Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
May 13, 1965
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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4t,ryr MMltrrto,.. For Junior College Ben Franklin I i Superintendent LeadsSalary

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tnq1 G. School Board Store Coming Bills'Introduced

-1 To Call Street

Endorses l Waldo
Geoe Shaw (left). Chamber of Commerce treasurer, presents
I Ralph Bradley, district real
Appreciation Awanl to Florida Hydrocarbons officials
estate manager< of the lien
Appreciation II. II. (Pat) Everett (renter) and Will ttlllet. :
The Bradford County Board of Pvbllc[ Instruction Franklin Stores of Baltimore,

endorsed efforts to locate the proposed hew Alachua- I Mil. has Just annoum-itl the

Award GivenHydrocarbons Bradford Junior College in Waldo at a special meeting doc-Mon to locate a new Ben

Sen. Johns Sees Tuesday night. ,. Franklin Store In Starke on
Cart. Call Street, the former
A delegation I of nine mt'n.. Worth loc" tton. the Southern Association of
store Sen. Charley E. Johns anti Rep A. J. Thomas, Jr. I

from Waldo met with the i Spring Term The building-/:, owned by C have jointly announced the following salary Increasesfor Colleges and Schools, salaries

50-50 Chance board and eked the mem H. Nasworlhy, will be completely County officials of Hrmlford County provided for paid to superintendents must
>< ben to BO on record: as requesting
remodelled and all be at a higher rat. than that
in bills introduced at the current IcRishitive session.
Florida Hydrocarbons,, Inc. that the junior college
paid to principals or
conditioned, and will offer
was honored by directors of be placed !In their Circuit Court County Judge, Sheriff, Tsx > -
city selection of .. merchan- members of the school admlnlstratlve -,.
Collector. Tax and [ from the Starke-Bradtord County O. L Crawford. spokesman Assessor $ l.ftoo per year. .
Chamber of Commerce >In an For Voc SchoolSen. dine Self-svrvlce counter displays Clerk of Circuit Court front ) County CommliMlonera. from
for the ,
group said that a 129
designed to add to the addition to thotr" new
Industry Appreciation Week: site about half mile Docket $8,000, to $8. OO per year. I.2UO to 1.800 per year.,
acre on Light
tarn of shopping will feature f 1,800base County Commissioners
ceremony: here last Thursday. Superintendent of Public:i School lVx".nl members from pay
north of the Waldo City limits .
Infants' will continue to
jewelry lingerie. receive
Instruction from 18.300 I1.20O to St.too(
In announcing the award.P. Charley E. Johns has introduced a bill in the has been acquired for this wear dry goods, nut Ions, $10,700 The per year out a $25 monthly expense
The Spring: Term of Circuit per year delegation[ pointed
J. Novak chamber! manager .
State Senate authorizingestablishment of an artjaVo- purpose. wear' tlry good, notloo.nll'n' I allowance which waa provW.d
Court Supervisor of Registration/: that under the standards" of
was convened
said. "We are pleased to cational-technical center in Bradford County' and He said that the City of Momlity" and boys' wear, hoop for in a population act passed

pay tribute to Florida Hydrocarbons providing of Waldo has offered also to mom Inby!& Judge George 1. wares, electrical. gowlx\ glare by the mi Legislature:
appropriation $500.000.
Tatten with one of the light- n
whose $7 million furnish water to the propowd ware tutlonnry, toiletries
plant employs 32 persons locally In a letter to The Telegraph Junior Collrge at cost if It eAt duckets, In recent )'eal'll. toys, novoltlea, and Candy r I

and pays around 97.0W/< / yesterday Sen. John./ aa14: "I locates there. Only sentence meted t out In the r l lt Mrs. Starling,
making announcement II
!In county taxs annually. It Local DeerShooting was successful !In getting, this "In Gainesville It would be was to Itaao Simmon, a Mr. Bradley credited I ri !

Is a real asset not only to bill out of the Commits' on just another school and the Starke Negro, who pleadedvullty the Starke-Hradfonl: Count) i + u Two Children
Bradford County, but to the Public Schools and Junior of aggravated assault
Collate would do u a Chamber of Commerce. with
entire state." : Colleges but becaos it carries and received Indeterminate Nr Wreck Victims
BillIntroduced lot of food Crawford said Its aggresalveness. as one ol a, \
$500.000 appropriation.I term of from .ix months to ,
Will OllleU general! manager a He pointed out that Waldo the contributing factors In.
have to get !It out of the nve years In the state prison I
of the plant accepted the award jot Is midway between Starke and helping thaompany" deride. to Funeral services. for Mrs.Colse .
1 I at Ralford.
on behalf of Hydrocarbons Appropriations Committee. Gainesville. lot-ate In Stark. He added I r, Mi + : Starling. 31; and two
feel there Is a fltq-tiltr Simmons had been .. i t a
> charged
and the parent com Bradford School Superintendent that with such. pmlttve. enthu Of her sons, Eugene Starling.

pany. Florida Das. Inc. "At chance of doing this"Sen. Tom Casey told the with ....ault with Intent to alarm, for the future of tht ..r. /. and Olen Starling. 0. were

present we aN planning& major Rrp. A. J. Thomas, Jr. has Johns Indicated that If group that the six permanent murder In a pistol attack on community, ss was dlaplayed held at 10 a. m. Thursday.
the bill clears the Appropriations John U Williams) on January Some Fish Gar
expansions of our plants Introduced a population act members three, from Bradford by the chamber amt the community By May I, In the Pine Level Baptist
mhrht add that we have Committee he feels that 31. lie had pleaded not guilty tt would. luive barn
and I In the House of Representatlv. and three from Alachua Church with Rev. Roman

worked heN under very cordial ee whkh: would permit a he can pass It through the of the Junior Colleg. to that. to. charge but then to the agread difficult to make any otherdecMon. harry I'armenter aim of :Mr. and 1\1_ llonry F. Parniemt Alrarea and. Rev. W. >C. Hall

conditions. We aN glad property owner his l agent or Senate. Committee, will make the final lexer plead guilty and sixth. trader at Ncmlli. ..lil.. Klemrntary: U shown with orf latln.. Interment was !in

to. help In any possible way employe to' kill any deer or The bill provides that the choice of site, but that the aaaault charge which of awe aggravated acceUedby There are more that J: 4'H(0) a 43-hu-h gartUh' "ho and l hU .M-hr.. John Hiickley. ., eauighk the ElM, Chapel Cemetery

with the development of this other wild animal found eating 1500,000 appropriation would Bradford School Board Is State T. K. Ted| franchlMHl Ben, Vrankllit. l Meres In New. Illvrr. litat wwk.Mithlng In Union County under direction
Attorney ( )
area." or about .o to the Board of Public Instruction much in favor of In the M riots. cumprlslngthe of Brsnnon Funeral
destroying or to "very locating I iMincan. Simmons was represented with slilnera they alw hnokml. I a 11-lnrh gar
Featured during the Appreciation eat or destroy his crop. In of Bradford Countyfor the Junior Collet !in laciergroup of independently I Horn of Lake Butler.Mrs. .
'' by Public Defender It a huge) miiitfUh. C'alrhhig th gar bs a tricky art.lluiklny .
Week ceremony! was Bradford County.A capital outlay for the 'construction Waldo." owned I variety stores. In I Starling and tor, taM
of bulUlngs and A. (Bussy) Oreen Jr."ZverytblnC' rage, bmtunei the. .IIM-UII .looking. fI..h talk Oor. Haydon new the nation. Though Independently automobile
a film by simitar general act In Bradford board member were killed In an
Burns pointing up the !Importance troduced by Thomas .earlier !In the purchase of equipment Rodney Hall said the site Is \ U quiet hare, owned and locally managed I'' ) .lilnrm.Organization. accident! on April 10 near Kukrne : -
Clerk of the Court CharierDarby
Flor! exclusive of site purchase. I the etorea receive the .
of Industry to Oregon. Her husband
the session was killed In the high and dry and and ha a was overheard
ida' economy. The bill further provides ssylni advantages of centralised' Warren Starling, son of Mrs.
House Agriculture Commit 600 foot
frontage on U, 8. 301
dl.mlll..dt.h4t ;
Fatten /
as Judge
In a business session followfeig tee- I that: "The area vocational- The location/ was described as session for' honch. A'"en.' merchandising' promotion andreglonaHsed Meeting Schedule.], Alma starting of Starte. aM ,
distribution. Flor- I
the luncheon: the board technical center facilities near the Wilbur farm. their' three other children
Tie fanner-deer Issue was Ounter ire _e not summoned sine* .
shall be planned In aeoord trta locations. Include Pulatka.Sanford. Injured{ In the accident.
recommended the following bead here O. M. Martin and other dona were
brought a several all the IS ease were either
county residents for membership months ago when a 1 local race: with a survey to be made t tf land according; to dlspoeed: of or continued.In Orlando. clttarwat.r'j For Lawfey Fire Department The Btsrllngg! had moved tokttM
under the supervision of the WaucAui, about four
on a Norman committee fanner Invited. two''friends Crawford. [ Oregon<<
State Department of Education the only other major 00"'" St. ... month. from Lake CIt,.
to study possibilities of a"tttetro" out to shoot deer that had Hall I ago
made motion, which
form of governmen: ." case MoWaylary Raxkllsn. a Clewtetoiv; Fort tuuderualeIJelray ;I A publlo meeting' will b.hel.1 Dorko soJd that persons Mr. Hurling wax emrloy-d' .. bra
been Invading hla strawberry
was passed unanimously by .
Reno Negro pleaded guilty Beach, sail" Miami st 7:30 would be hand at Monday
: p.m. MondayMay on the Lake City firm that mount
for Bradford County: flrM. The friends, hunting ..tnI&lIt the board. for a rerolutbn"ertcourattt ajwHult. .
to aggravated Judge
Brooker-Paul Emory. Roy with light were arrested fair Building theJunior College The City I'nidiicts Corpor. 17, In the Uvwtey city night meeting to newer !Its plant to Onion and h"
Jennings ; Patten relearn si presontenieInvMllgation atUin with headquarters! li hall for the purpoee. of organ* all questions. These' will/ Include followed his employmenithere.
Carroll. Graham by Wildlife Officers, but J Advisory, Committee to Reddish had
Ernest Chicago provide/ coordinate Islng a volunteer (Ire d.part Carl Roberts. County .
Starling. Theressa charges were later dismissed Contract Let give eonstderatlon to with asssult
every been
charged buying, promotional, and management m.nt. Director of Civil Defense; Besides her husbsmt aaA
Trlest. Carl Darden. Hampton by County Jadte T. A. Yawn the Wsldo alto""You'll with Intent to murder but '
services fur nil .tor This will lie a follow up tot ftenrge Roberts Jr, three children Msrsha.. Ann
J. W. Home. LawteyU. mho said a farmer should
hare to to Tal. to the leaneroffense.
To Triest 'o pleaded guilty as In the lira Franklkn net meeting of Wit !uwtey City a Are) Insurance Arm: and".nd Thomas. AUrn,
Wade Oaaklns. right, t. his
E. Ruder. have the protect 1.h._ "
and fight for !It. He had been charged
'work CPC la one of the nalion's Council last w..kat which N.I"'''m Blaaker and J. C. Mrs fitarUnc 11! nrvlvnt! Fir
Billiard. Stark*-OuyAndrews. marauding ani
Luther .
crops Bradford School Board member with a pistol attsx-k on A..nHoIl.
John Torode. W. T. malL Contract for construction of leading merchandise or time the matter war discus Prevail Jr. wIN the Florida ier parents Mr, an-1' 1 Mr n
II. A. Lswson another Reno Negro,
told the! ley,
ganlsatlon.More and of cltlsens Forest Service, who would .wt. three j
Mrs. J. D. Odom. Dr. added a I20.MO livestock building at a group ( A. Carlton of L *
Jackson. The judge howtver.that ,roup.We'll to along withyou. !In argument oat ra gamblIng '
Rltch. L. H. Olbeon. and have the Bradford County Fairgrounds an than I IT million wll headed I by Joe Uorko, sxkel lease the necessary ArefightInic brothers, and four elrtere.30I .
T. O. the farmer did not and our Senator Charley debt.
Trlest be during HMO! In the he council for endorsementuvl equipment' to the city.
the awarded to .pent
Dell representing In was
Oscar the right to invite friends .I Johns and Rrp. A. J. Thomas
Construction Company ofKeyrtone WlUlard Kitties. In a third development of the Hen crank support of efforts to or Jock Payne, preeUtnnl of
Reno community. for the kill. I I Jr. will Drive-in
co with Well
you assault .U released under ,
submitted Heights at a meeting Cap Un variety store program, In ganise ant maintain a volunteer the Rnstwlck Volunteer FireDepartment

The names were of Rep. A. J. The Game Commission has of the> Bradford Fair Association help you all the way," h..dd."d. ll.SOO end and hla easeoontlnuwL eluding bull
at the request with Ben taken the poeJUon that deer last Friday night. He Is charged.f wltr (Continued On Page Five! agreed unanimously attend the meeting and, Theatre Opens

Thomas Jr who cannot be killed >in or out offarmers The question was raLwxi by sggrsvate awiuit in Ram wn. the need t hirt expressed 1 explain htw<'' his .rennnlun/ty
Charley 1 E. Johns will Intro ttelds., anises a special The building will measure Casey aa to..y. Bradford' Orannm Jr with/ a knlfir nmrernlng financial set. Kis. department.All The 301 Drlw-ln Thrall '

duce a local bW setting up a permit Is previously. obtained d0e feet and will Includi legislative\ delegation wss not April 2e but plmidel not Graham P. O- some qualms support Including In up lntere d| cttlsens o* with a capacity' of '?Hi" rare

study commute of county from Ute CommUslon 10 hone stalls and a show asked. to co-sponsor the Ala- guilty MMKlay. The, court suranrs for volunteers riding f...wtey are iirge>| to attend will open tonlcht Ihrre miles I

government. Wildlife Officers cooperate ring with the seating capacity rhua-Hradford Junior Collet questioned KHtle on "his solvency Safe TriedThe the Art truck, thin. Importsnt, meetlrvg.transmitted I south of Blarke on U n. 301 I
In other action the board: with fsrmere by trying to of 400. bill. and directed that h. "' time ls 730Owner :: :

Elected Ous Kopelouso I keep deer oat of oelds by In other business, the Association lie also lauded the State's pay for his) own<< counsel. manac"n> RAM'

and Dr. T. O. Rltch to fill two use of sprays or other harmless received evaluation Jtfllor\ College. program and The case flit W. L Ttilgpiu Orsham ,port office was Cable Franchise larksdala said th.* new Uv-.i

uneiplred\ terms on the board 1 means Tbey. will even report on the recent: Fair and said "we have a responsibility Jr.. who wu charged wllh broken Into by unknown persons TV Applications tre will have s fompl inn

of directors. trap the deer and move them Strawberry Festival, and rte. to encourage It." grand larceny, WM nolle gala Tu.r..Ly night or early oeiuilon stand and will 'feature

Nominated H. It. Everett to other areas", >if the situation discussed the proposed emergency George WUL representativeof se I. Wednesday morning and anunsurceMful AouDle-DIU attractions. Th.

Zedra Hamilton and ClydeTerwlllcvar warrants.Several I operations center to. be the WaMo Lions Club ask Owen Carter pleade| guilty .. attempt made, te To Be Given Further Study opening prouram Ls "Your
for re-appointment' Bradford trwenI.bnUatud i I built u a joint Civil I Drfense ed about the status of vocational to forgery but Judge Pat open the / (Cheatlns Heart" and "Th

to the Bradford County Development ( On Page Five.JI I and Fair Association prolflt.I : school legislation. ten deferred. paKSkna .,ont."" The Intruders entered the I Dlmrderly Ord'n' !)'."
to IrWlr4nalMm.e /
for four building by forcing open the Three firms seeking the ) Mr. Barksdale and) hU wit"
Authority dill not plead gullt t
Casey Mid; he visited Tailshswve and pried the com frsnctilae. for a csble TV antenna via a c..nle attached> :
front door Barbara also own and operat'
terms. I charge ol
year Monday to check on to the bination dial I off the raft syatem fat Htsrks mot to city power pule. the Florida Theatre In Stark
Viewed series of color Are Stolen the a forgeryMarro
a Valuable Antiques county MB and that the uttering Ths snf<- remained) Iwkeilhnwaver I. U>* 7 p m. Tuesday/ dewlllns Aable' TV ay"em Is not

slides on blackberry Bradford vocational school llernanl Mlmpnon .. and nothing' else wa for sppllratluns with no newcompetition. nnnsl
tion with County prodUC-1 will probably be built Into thee charged wUh poiweiulrja of a reported, missing< from the / Federal" Ctimmunlcatkine\ CumniU Hampton

Hutch serving as From Home East Of LawteyThousands :slln school curriculum weapon by. prisoner was buUdln". The three Mme Cable+ TV ," ''(''''. Mayor CSiltty _l hL l Swimming/ Area
Approved an u (Continued On On Page Five I
Page Five I (Continued
Ine. oT Uve flak, 0.)"'. !IfomeAppliances I adding flirt he sees err reason
one To Soon
for sign at the county Open
of Ktarke
l the City
of Htsrke. an> a why
proclaiming Bradford County << of collars >Ini there Is only' one other like H ,j local corporation being e.n"l l lKlarke H one either Thus
as the' strawberry capital of valuable: antiques and other]! in the D, 8. > rnlerprltee I Ino and the sytem .wimM not b. ..."bJars Hampton Beach will be nr>en
soon to the public/ under themttnagemenl
the nation. stolen on an I In addition to the antiques t b utility tax It wouUIbe l
furnishing were |I i ir' menaced; by Bastard | a I of fltarllrg Brothers.
bo&h' '
Received replies from unknown date by persons! who I stolen articles Included bets ; + t 1 '' will" get down' to serious. busIneae I Usable In so far as Its'property Mr and Mrs. 1)111Trinka

the Railroad Public Utilities broke into a Urge house! east h, stove. refrigerator. deer of lrsftiag their propnr.b aryl "|1"lpm.nt..1' are owner of the

Commission and the Independent of Lawtey belonging to U. cot ', frees!. and other appllanrtglEmDbRes as ao.,n se UM rltvouncll :..,....rne property, which /Is the site nt,

Telephone Corporation and Mrs. William Wilson. ColWUaan ,, : of a utUUy com sets forth !Its r" |'ilrenients I Chttly was bcke.l: I IIn ,( the okt l Hampton Beach paw

to a request made by the 1s currently stationed I'psny' noted that a back dos i Thai will red b.. for his aaml( by a cable antenna rUMss,

Chamber last month. that better st Bark-idsle AFB" In Loulsl- of the home waa open when d (Met 3O alga. Mayor flan. TV eY. .... engineer. A A drag Una In Imrovlng the

telephone service be sup soar I! they went to the house to read r l. dell' CMlly l ,H the applksnUTuelsy / It Utltae of q.rroktLrtmrr/: property thla week and) a

Continued I On Page Five] The home wss formerly the electric meter, and notified night' leu, a natlonol Arm with It*, eorf-eoMon staml. will be oper-

known as the Antis place and the Wilsons In Louislsna y r T A Twn Jr l 1.-1 I home office, In Philadelphia.' .te | fur th* convenience of
Public was later the property of Mr, ney representing Adolph. "'.nn. patron

Meeting; and Mrs Terri Carry when' Mr ; + suggested. that the .. .U"'I t..Kue SSKI tnere are ap- The opening,' date will. be an.
LAWTEYVOLUNTEER Carey. was employed{ here by Holiday be set t forth In city prosimatvly I.'WN1 'able TV I10tllWerJ ".>n.Negro .

the DuPont Company. Following NamedTwo nane He aim ml/I. thst
:- I Carey's transfer the property study. til the charter that hie company aoilttwl I In Youth

was sold to the WlUons: Mlwleeirptsns! will \head ., should be fnsd to be surenothing II Irwlalling about half of them Held

Fire Department who planned to U&4P" as s retirement up operation of Uie, nvUHor I" K prohibits the a. lie was Invlteii to the mart Being

home. dollar Hottday Inn now ..,.,." i I wading of eiich. a lnnrhla..I 1 in* by Ailo<\p i rby and hla. On Rape Charge

Monday. May 17 Sheriffs Department construction here, aecordinr It -wary 1 b. .... go, attorney Ju
The ''to Earl Jones, operationsmaaager of referendum also tuM the Starke Negro.JesXe .
7:30: P. M.Tfci said yesterday. that much of through the eipeinee a {: The engineer : A 19-yesr-old
material! had beenrecovered of the company with to anwnd the charter committee) hat the rcc m Dean. .U beintf hel.l
the stolen .
and some arrests I the local franchise. : Tawn sabi. rather than. far Dar nut gone out of /Its I, without borul In the city Jail

-w. been l made In JacksonvtSe. David Coats wffl be ."'rrenlmanager .1I "Once A Time" have a arm I".et" money tna way to regulate cable TV 'I' on charges of rasA -.
have Upon
Other arrests are expected | of the 100-ttnlt moI i systera "Val, then have .1 .yat._, but that he expectsfederal wmnt. "Issued, by Bradford

Sheriff office I lor court and Pepp.r Th-ieuM' ] lawsuit brought by an agency '' regulations to grow sue County, Judge T A.

.* Space Contributed and Ute disclose any 1 wUl oprrale tae rvvtaurant. The stary-fOei's wade Is pi.. VMtfcralllag Wry err H ha Man dare or tndttvldual charging" the city,I they\ have In rsxtlo and regular Yawn FrMay charges. Dean

Weekly .. Publicize would not yet Both men aN from ,..,.IWI.t ma.ktofleet. lMra.4 te talk "... .,... aAnve .h.> re.a..t "l rk. FaMlaLftrvy with an Illegal awe of It. TV At preeent there U a wKh ssnaaltln. .,rrr IS-year- ,

Community Event b, nameax 1 MJsa. err Mf OM ..,......s bride .... _'-4 *f aesiHarf ...." fry agsT power pole*. bill in the Senate setting r.guUtknne I I oUI.1 Negro rlrl The w.... '

The WBsone had collected t During visit J hero last regelar Te..Hfay afUraeosi tery. lUatr s........ ((1MMr. i tfcrMghyee i The new .,...m wouM 1 en-i Ml cable TV syatenw.he i rant, Is signed by. the gul'e

The CommunityState antique In foreUm oountrler.tore \ week. Jonea said eoaetractlon ........ ....1".,, ..>lHe mother
ststlond. >r* ., age an hr..K4 .. altevel tame, ) imliai" sevrk 1' a/t rs. e) able city reeblenU' '
they bad been of Ute Inn Is on echeOale. and 9iM to eight TV stations Ma !: also saUl. that It Is feasible Dean Is I to be transferred to i(
Bank and one chandelier la-ken. that the opening .late I It tentatively at : an entenna 4OO to OO fe.tihigh. I ta Inetall such a system the county jail In the next
from fife house was said to be set ,nr AH 1. .
,I The signals would iwy) (Continued On Page, Five I few days.t
slued.. at $1.500. ReporUdlj!

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r.I Mrs. Effle Johns and I coats\ have charge of the afternoon
I ring bearer In a white day Worship Service, 11 a. 111.1 I
Freenman. visited;! Mr. and I program. All former members
end black trousers. He car- and 7:30: p. m. Sunday i
Mrs. Henry Carter and Mr. and others interested,are cordially
the white satin Union. ,
ried ring on a 9:45: a. m. Training I
and Mrs Randolph Crosby In I I IMaxvllle invited to attend.
r )lIIow. 6:13: p. m.Wednesday. I I
on Sunday. < I Mrs. Kirkland chose for h rlaughter's : Girls Auxiliary!

Mr. and Mrs. J ( wedding a' street' Coronation Service. 7 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHtnCIl

GLADYS MOOTY Panama City length dress of pink silk linen i 1 The public is invited to attend >
Phone 961-0651 Mrs. Charles with lace top and matching. l. I 11. Walton Grady, J\tJn.I4ter

hasspp and ; accessories. She' wore' a pur- 'i
n" Sunday Sunday School,
I II I vlsltlnv Mr. pie orchid corsage. I Methodist Church I 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship

Lawson on Mrs PoHton. ,mother of ,the 11 a. m. ,Youth $'l1Ow8hfp; aP.
Finals ol James Lovett will Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weldon Bob 1 1i groom, was attired )In''a street Friday BrotttUe Troop .'

et to hear of the death and family of Lake City spent Adam, Clyde length dress of beige linen I 604 meets. 3:15.: I "iTuesday Communicants
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Jim Brown with lace and accessories to '( -
ils father Monday In Na&h'T. I School.
I Sunday Class, 3:30: p. .m.
I Oa Funeral services Oladys Weldon. 4 InK golf In !I match; complemented .with' al and
'T. I 9:43.: Worship 11 a. m. I Thurs., May 20-Choir,,Practlca. -
held in Nash- Mrs. Olive Moredock of Miami last week. purple orchid corsage. .
3 Thursday 7:30: .p. m. Snack Supper for i 7:30: p. m.Frtda1. .
was visiting Mrs. Joe Wilson m4M'S' Mr. and \ A was held In the
,. reception ,
I i wb; 'd et i I MYF. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings. May 21 -Fish Fry
on Tuesday. ews! and Mr. church annex for friends and,,
'lr and Mrs. Leon Shinier I
r fc 8:30.: sponsored by Men' of the
fc >&
V> ft. Augustine spent MotliDi Mrs. Oladys Harrington was Pickering were WW&f relatives. Standing!=! .in ,Uio receiving Monday Girls Scout I' Church. 3 to,8 p. m.
In Cocoa Beach over the week- guests of Mr. line were ,the'parents .
'>y with Mr. and Mrs. Troop 606 mseU 330; Girl ;
,* ter Slit Smith. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brea/cale at / of the brkle and grootn and "
Scout Troop 607, 430.: Wesleyan .MADLSON STRKET:
'lane underwent Marlon Harrington. Lowell members of the' bridal party. I
Hardy anpcndectomy Sub- lstrlet. MYF meetIng ,RtPTIST CHL-RC1I
Local admittances to Bradford ville Beach was \ '
last WednesIn -
coved Lake City.
First Church.
Bradford County Hos- :! County Hospital this week rCrierLibbyEngagement )nicrht guest of 000 BlmkV.. ModiMon I .,St.
7:30. I
Include: Walter King. Elliott and Mrs. Garl trimmed with lace uid ontared :
il.Mr Westfall. Charles Torode Robert Told Dewayne with n three-tlerrd! wedding Wednesday Junior ChoirpruUCf' I was glad when they said
: and Mrs. J. R. Q'ew'i 1A 4 m. Prayer Meeting Let Into
.i p. unto me. us go
Raulerson and Sam Rosenberg Miss Linda Hu rC cake decorated with pink
Jacksonville and Mrs. O Jlr. and Mrs. J. P. Krlor of II 7:30.Thurs.: House of the Lord (Psalm
and! of fern I Iot
all of Starke; Mrs vllle. N. C. roses! a garland
--? Barry of Brooker were Dallas Oregon/ announce the the bR" the' ., May 20 Chancel 122:1): ).
: Dorothy Prak of Lake Geneva: iterlnoc/: HIP "" Flanking
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. of their daughter. Choir rehearsal 7:30.: | Schedule of services:
Mrs. Dolly Burned of Ora- engagement camp, for eight! cake were branched silver |
E Hardy.
Mrs. Robinson of Adrlunne to Charles Robert S. C. candelabra decorated with torn i Sunday -- ,,Sunday School
ham.;. Mary Jackson
Mr .and Mrs. James! V Libby son of :Mr. and Mrs. I I'and in front of the I' OK GROVE; CHURCH: ,I (church In study i 9.43: ; a. m..
Melrose; and Blcfclj Tetsone Mrs Luclle placed !,
o by had AS Sunday gur.stsand L. L. of Starke. PLANS HOMECOMING; In
Libby hour Jchuirh
cake was the bride's bridal Wciship worship -
of Brooker.
I ing Mr. and I I
Mrs. 1 W. of
Barry Miss Krler to a senior at 11 and 7:30:
dkir and Mr. and Ml'S.I I Tom Smith and Mr. and J Pa; vis Jr. an: bouquet. Miss Wane White- Oak Grove Baptist Church. ) a.m. p. m.
n ,
College of Education, Union (church in
., ,lire Mell: Atchley of Gainesville Oregon Gainesville head and Miss Jo Johnston or' between Camp Blandlnif and: Training
:3a and
Cruthchflcjd} Jtnd Mr. and' is serving: aa an Intern South Carolina cut the ) Training) 6:15: p.m.
were Sunday Kuests of Mrs MJnnle brlde'slcake. Middleburg will celebrat
nv.Avilb'ir of Oainss-
\ Bury teacher at Forest Hills school Family Night
and ,Mr, and \ln. L. F. Smith. went surgery Homecoming' on Sunday May Wednesday -
at Lake Oswego. Mr. LIbby midweek
worship beginning
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rltch Riverside !! I I Miss Kay Knight presided 16 Following the morning ser-
those attending the ,
Among in Portland Ore weal p.m.
19 employed 1 at 630(
the table which ;
at punch
red Mrs. Daisy hades Mrs. Edward will be
Perryman basket dinner
Ling: Stones show In Jack- ; mon. a
Sunday guests at theirUmmel' A summer wedding ds planned tow la visiting I i covered with a lace cloth over Bradford UnIon Coming event Dally Bible
,dllp Coliseum "on !aatuv-! : I I served and the 718.
I pink linen. Flanking the pinch School:
home on Santa Fc ,, R. o. Paterson Singing Convention will
T rwl11'
night Byron -
were aka Mr. and Mrs. A. M. I i to Thursday. I II bowl was a lovely arrange-1!I Rev. Felder L. Rowan Pastor
> Jayne and Janet Hardy I Thomas Poston \
"SViy! and Vlkl S1'uth. and I. vtooip Jr. and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. |I Mrs. R. A. I II ment of white gladioli and )
i ilmmv Davit: and children ofJlackshear Ouy weekend In In Church Of God pink carnationBtlvtr trayuheldpink
many: Crosby T. L. Casey attended the I I 4 rvtered mints
all.11': and Mrs J.
or' and Mrs. E. W. !Hayes Presbyterian Synodical TrainIng I ),11111.DI1rllne Jones of Jack- REVIVAL
Walter Harvey ant Mr. and Mr. and Mm. r
a in New QIJeanll..La.: las School at Ormond Beach he-' were Miss WandA Williams Monvllla kept the bride's book
It's. Ronnl: < Alton: and eon of Mr. and Mrs.
nday to Thursday on buslUtR lost Thursday.Mrs. P. I irks. Carolyn Walnwright at a round, satincovered ta
Atlanta 0'Mr. and :Mrs ham of .
", ;. Tommy Johns and eon ,of O. L. Beasley and ,Mrs.J. day guest of April 17 j Miss Klalne: Poston of PamnIlro -[ ble. KINGSLEY LAKE
H F. Mlaell Jr. li a patient
Jacksonville Jimmy Johns ,of W. Kincaid were In .Tampa Guy Sale at of S. C, and Mrs. Nelda ,"Ten the couple left for(
\lartiua General Hospital. L from Saturday to Wednesday Williams! "Ppearn' of Columbia S. CI, the wedding trip the bride
Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and
\lr and Mrs. E. L. Mat- vliltlng Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. *. ', They wore floor length t wore A two-piece dress; of
: Mrs. Mary ,Lane and Mr* chell and son I gownsof Baptist Church
W8 will attend the spring Missionary
Hoppe.Mr. of pink satin rOMe brocade.All blue lace complemented with
Mary Beth Peacock; and children Albany Oa.
BUng of the Florida Press vis- and: Mrs. C. H. Dlttmar KIrkland! ] attendants. wore n short the white orchid from her
of Jacksonville were Miss
sedation in St. Augustine Itlng'M1's.. Bertha Pearce on and family: of Jacksonville In Riverside grooms I pink circular veil attached to i bridal bouquet. 0
weekend. were visiting! Mrs Floyd Mrs \ matching circular rose bra- Mr. and Mrs. Poston are
Sunday. v five days for
arras admittances to Doc- Green on Sunday Pamp' ended head residing at their> new home
W. O. Strlngfellow ..wasvisiting e"r-I|
treatment. I
ay !> Hospital this week In- Mrs. Homer Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry I' sled a basket of spring flowcri I I at S224 Roanoke Blvd., Jack. MAY' 17-23
Mr. flood, Mr. and "
Hul> Brenda Jean Clark and
and family Gainesville wall a sonville.
went of
composed roses, sweet
Brown and family In Green Live Oak and I
M-t Lenora Rhoden of Starke -
Sunday visitors of Mr. and balanced'

.' lId: Mrs. Clara Matthews of Jove Mrs.Springs Leah Brown last week.of Jack- Mrs. J. C. HobbH. Clot Cox and and Mr. candel- with peas n pompoms large pink and satin daisies bow I I i i Services Each Night 7:30:
stone Height
Mrs. A. W. Anderson Is visiting I were two nnd streamers
pnvllle Is visiting Mrs. E. L.prawford sonville visited
: Thomas Crawford of Jack- of whiLe Jan B ) L Hf
Mr. and Mrs. Edward I : I 111 villa was visiting his moth- this week. Schwab and Mr. and Mrs cox on I and of the bride, served M flower .
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dawklns Mr. and '
: Mrs. E. L. Crawford.. on John Anderson/ and families Rundq'J girl lr. a floor length gown ot HEWS
daughters of Jacksonvillewere of
:'iinday. and at Cocoa Beach this week. ,' placed pink organza over taffeta Evangelist-Charles A. Williams
visiting Mr. and Mrs W. and Mrs. Will /
Mr. and Mrs A. S.
Mrs' Bland Matthews and chancel complemented by a silk, organza -
'' tl. Nollman on Sunday. ley, Oa. were ,
_t'ji'nt the weekend with Mr Mr. and ,Mrs. J O. Jackson children of Daytona Beach of their a large rose brocaded top. She FIRST BAPTIST Pastor Northside Baptist Church
'id Mrs. Harrison Jr. In Fort'Utlderd.aI wpre< visiting her mother, Mrs' attach carried a white strap basket CllfRCH: 8TAHKE
the weekend with Mr Shade
pent They
: ; ?
Sarah! Alvarea. on Sunday t a back of pink rose petal with pink
e .Mrs. Susie Smith, ot'Palatka ind Mrs. Don Ray Tilley In Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Mrs. T. II. A large ribbon streamers./ Her headpiece I Sermons for Sunday, May .

: :3 t: 'a patient In the StarkeHome Jacksonville. Joining them on and.:! family and Dorothy Mix- famUy. Mr. >.tahlng wall a short circularveil ,' 18: Morning-Jesus. Our Example -
IoNw'slnlr Sunday,: were Mr. and Mis Garner Jr., an..:! ; JIMMY CROSHSO LEADER
on visited Mr. and Mrs M. B i oa. the attached to a circular Prayer (Mirk 1:3239) : -
Robbie, Shaller. Leave!! in Jacksonville on T. II. Blade Jr. I > *s were |i headband of roses I )J. Evening -The Christian MRS. CROSHY PIANIST
: hr. Jacksonville' ..t I .
.. Sunday lmws<<
w Mrs. W. O Halle returned tags!! on ; r ew of the bride attended aj (1 Peter 2.10-251: Everyone Welcome/ '

Saturday after two weeks In j Sunday I s. organ- : Schedule for the week: Sun
Mrs. J R.
the tra
e Miami with Mr and Mrs. W I;l.r
iindlrm H ,
O. Halle Jr. and Jack Halle ,
and families. Mr and Mrs with Mr. and ,, ".. his.
Mrs R. F. '
3 8. Adair and Mrs. James the imh-'
1 rd Monday ,
Wilburn of West Palm Beach Ju SEELive
.: visit with Mr.
I Ia t011 and
brouKht Mrs. Halle home and' fchupo and r
of South!
remained for the
( weekend. ,'i Island and 'i ]
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert) Thom. I
'|I flnbln! as had as Sunday guests Mr II i At Our Store j i
I Dr and Mrs.
gown o'
and Mis C. M. Fowler' andgrandchildren
Jr. and family with
Chuck and Day Saturday
Susan; Hooper of Winter Park I were visiting I calla lily!
:i /'ileRae Sr. on I j <<1 budica.
and Mrs n. L. C. Thomas and I Modeling & Boat Show '"
I \Mr and Mrs. 'rWE
(Daughter of Wlldwood.E hits and i i: France
D. Glenn of Macon. Oa '
.. and Mr and Mrs. W. W. Ward I tlves In (| controlled s

.,,N of Albany, Oa. will be weekend over the I was re- HAVE YOUR
... Mrs. E. M. |. and on
; } '
I j4iJ ; .,II/f/ guests: of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, i: train.
/71.1- W. F Glenn
,..f._ "" ... Mr. and Mrs. John B Snpp Mrs. F P. I, f French

=- to luxury and children of Daytona Ortlnesvllle on I' bonier of SWIMSUITS
Treat yourself Bench spent Sunday with ,1 noon. |I'' .il' to a
MIHS Joyce' : of satin
: Do rr BT SAVING.Thousands do.Take to sailing? You their parents. Mr aai: Mrs. ,', ,Watt<(-i' un, : Rhn

will need a boat! preset of driving You will need a W Call J.Supp.Dodd and Mr and JMrs.I j! tier and MM. ;
: carl! Whatever is your special, yen,you'll) need money. I Mrs T D. Dyal has I'l'tUI'l1I I 1 I ,attended the '+ 1 of Inter- ,
Tournament ,
\ In
: Advanev yourself to luxury by planning and saving I et: from a two months visit'' satin
over the I
: head. Ifs the most profitable way to pleasure.' Start with! Mi- and Mrs. Joe Mr. and MI'& leav

_BOW,come la and talk to our savings experts bee In Panama City El1el'.j and family of \ I whit or-
Oval had
as Sunday
| Mother's Day
!Mrs\ Marl McDuvld and chil- To
daughter \, .... served as JO-99
i dren of Gainesville and \Mr. McCain.Mr. I'' a floor I ,
and Mrs. M J Dyal of Dolrnv satin
Beach.Mayor .
i i I txxiice ,
worth and fa
] I A sun-kissed collection .
DIVIDEND 41o ANNUM Randal Chltty of the Folk ,, rose of beau-
Starke and William Beam of 'I Springs on : lies following the Ke.won's new-

Keystone Heights were In A. Davis of i 1 ""nmld.. eat trends featuring the is,ire midriff r-
: Taliahn'see on City business a* nell REGISTER
J. R. Harder- of I aa one-piece atie.i.
last Wednesday to Friday Monday K ery flattering color In the C. FOR
Mr and Mrs ftei ,,
: Mr and ;
Mrs N. B Raderand *
First Federal Savings and Loan family visited Mr slid' man of I' Sta eon a must exciting new swim ? $ ,

Mrs E R. Andrews in Lake Mother's Day \ ser fabrics 1 1,

Butler Sunday. : 1\I1'I.! E. K. I i FREEPair
Mr. and B. ,RUes
Association of Starke Mrs N. T hitch of Hlnleah -dt
spent: the weekend with hEI'motht'l' non and j 1uIQnvllle ,: .Girls'SWIMSUITS
Jacksonville! } Mr. I j
Mrs'' Floyd Green' andmotherinlaw
: 218
N, Temple An
Mrs Carrie Ed Prevail on : on Sunday ; \ of Skiis

Rltch. ,
--. I I ,i And

.- $1-99 ,to $3.99 i 4 $10 In Merchandise

Inviting All Sportsmen To Come See. ._ 'l -*' Nothing to buy-You. do not have to be

r, present to win-winner* will be pouted on

Shaw Special Attraction

: f Store All Day Saturday
: 3 Strawberry Queen Contestants Will Be Present
$ and

: Modeling The Latest In Beach Wear J.99 $2-99 LIVE MODELING by

3 Strawberry Queen Contestants

tFRiE:[ We Sell and Service More Boats Than Anybody in _


S North Florida We Buy-Sell-Trade a. BOAT SHO.Wnd

All of Boats $1-99 by
Pair of Skiis Types and Motors -

Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports

ei, Register Now Winner Jimmy sun 1' Come See These Beauties Model The Very Latest

: Will Be Posted In Moore's SPORTS In Beach

Wear and Summer Wear
Carp's Window You're Expected.

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THlTlSnAT. MVF 13. 1963 BRADFORD" rnrrnmr nLF.ORAr11.IITARKF.! !. FLORIDA PAGe>) THREW ( ,


I UDC Meeting Mr. Firth Wins '

I Held At Home Pilot'License k

Of Mrs. Matthews
Mrs. Robert B. Firth'

I W, T. Weeks. chapter UDCmet a solo flight. at Keystone"Alr!

GLADYS i'I WedrtemUy. afternoon of port Monday" morning to be-
MOOTV Inst. week at the home (itMrs. I ?ome the third member of her

Phone s6s-osal E L. Matthews" with family to earn a pilot's license.
Mrs Lester Crews and Miss Mr. Firth end kh..lf J

_I Madge Mldrileton as cohostesses. son Barry, arc already licenc '

;f1 I Presbyterian ed pilots They keep their
of white plane, at Cessna. 173, lr> the \
: Vlen Of Church .f, Arrangements t Keystone Airport hangar
1'1. gladioli and rod roses were 11t
r 'JI
'= lan Fish Fry ,. mud. In decorating tho Matthews ; \Xj Lacy Conway of Stsrke wan
f I,
I Ir' home. -. j Mrs.. Firth's instructor ,
.. ,. _
I Tha Men of tho Church of I Ii Mrs. B K. ferryman conducted -
r'i the First Presbyterian Church the business meeting Pictured at Junior. "'...mIUl'*. Club Installation. last Saturday

of Starke will sponsor a fish At which time committees for nlghtl! (from. left.) Mrs.: llurold. .' IliMlnln new president J JMinn )

dinner on Friday May 21'1] r'rst the Golden Anniversary. reception I Sully Mink .secn-taryi :\11'''. iron Mutw. treasurer; :Sirs.Jeriuun Sunday School. JO ... ...
J from 5 to 8 p.m. + ,p t1 s r which was held April 1 Moml.ig Service 11 a. m.
Johnit, Innlulllng. '
27 In the Woman's Club
I Purpose of the dinner Is to''I five Training Union. 6.,10:: p. m.
I help the Women of the Church their reports.( i
raise.. funds for the -birthday it Mrs.. ll O. Powell hl.iioi-lHr,. Midweek Service Wednesday I

| objective" of the Women of I rictured", at Starke Woman's Club May Breakfast. .last wekt (from left. ) Mrs. Lloyd and, Mrs, J. R.: Wilson port-\ I Club Officers Installed ; 7 pm.-Rev. W. Newmans
the Church. This Is ano annual ed on Memorial OilY semces
project, and this year. the Thurmond. FFWO publicity chairman; Mrs. O. U Bes>. ..,.. fad 'vie prewlilentt, & Mrs." Calln held at Crosby. Lake Cemetery Awards Presented For Service j

money raised will go to Korea J. lloupt. new club president; :Mrs. W. W. Jones past president, FFWCt" and Mrs. W, on April 23, 1
\\. lloud, social chairman. It was. announced 'hat. the! I II I Mrs.. Pots Mills\ Mrs. RlileSnmlers \
a Members nf the) Junior .., Mrs. A. Q. Smith
A portion of tho funds raised next meeting will be hild AUTO
Woman's Club hostesses and I the club officers. LflFFWSS.TH
May Breakfast Given At Woman's Club were
will go to Taejon Presbyterian June 2 st tho hone of Mrs.W
at a lovely buffet bAnquet :Mrs Johns. wn" especiallyhonored "
College and will provide B. Mundy on KlnjrsleyLnke ) ,
-- scholarship' for Christian. menand To Honor All Past PresidentsMembers for tho annual picnic.hire. I lust Butnrtliiy evening! atwhich by winning' the Stamp
time officers for thenew Oui'inp' Awnrd for contributelog
women. Another portionwill Powell gave an Interesting -
Myrtle Ann HinsonIs of the Starke After a naiad course, Mrs. her In mind Mrs' W B. Mandy her club your were installed. the most. stamps. to I the
using as
go to the Presbyterian program
Medical Center nt Chonju. Woman's Club held their annual Griffin gave her year's reporton awards chairman prewnl- topic! "The Return of Iho by >)lr... Jerome, John. mm.mediate state project: and also for [ I
EngagedMr. Breakfast at the activities and ed certificate to Mr. ; being the First of the
Korea, which is handicapped May Day the accomfillshnienU a J. WKlnoald Southern Soldier". by HenryOrsdy. past St) t !IVil>llc AffnJrsj Lady
the club bud Wednesday at 12 of the club. who was selected for chnlrmnn.Mrs. Honor, Court by earning they
and Mrs. Henry B. Illn- lack of space and equip noon honoring the past presidents. Mrs. Harold Godwin was Introduced this honor The tea table was overlaid fUrnld Dralwln will nwwt ,points; an.l Club Woman':

eon of Hampton announce the "Heca", .. our efforts are ; and gave the report The chairmen of all mmmlttee with a cutwork clolll and serve "s preitlihMvt. ; Mrs. Ku: of the Your' nn award voted ;I

engagement' and approaching vorldwlde, we are asking. 'or.veryone' Mrs.. C. J. Houpt. Bret vice from the Junior .club actingfor wen thanked by Mr. centered. with .an,! arrangementif gene Tanner. n..t\ t vlco l'r..I.d..nt l. .nn by the flub to honor Its
marriage' of their daughter In this president received the guestsat the presklent. :!II r.. Charles Hood for their service In making South Sea rants and othwr : M...... J. M. l Kilwunla: Jr., outstanding. memberMr .
Myrtle Ann to Eddie Davit help worthy ,the door. Mra W. W. Hood Sawyer who could not be this one of the most outstanding white Four burning ac-cnnd. vice i pre.lilont; Mis ..*. Sawyer spoke brieflyof .
project, Rev Walton Grady. irj-e: roses.
Allen eon of Mr and Mr. E octal! chairman., .Introduced present. M... Godwin told of events of the yesrMra. white In low silver Sully Sink cretnry Mrs the many club projects and.
"We tapers
D. Allen of Hampton. to all express who havenippnrted ourappreciation thorn to the receiving line the 13 award' which the Junior I Jones then Installed. the candle holders hnlnnced t thosettings. Kugerm Shiiw, treasurer' ; end< : nccompllshpients. of the past' rSA10

Alls Hlnson In a 1964 graduate compassed of Mrs. J. A, Griffin club received at the state I new officers using the bell a* Mrs. Porrynvin Irs, II, II. AiLim. nenlorsmru year, and expressed. her ap- +
us In presided I
pant projectsif
of Bradford High Bchoo this nature and know there.. president; Mrs. >W; W. convention Including the a symbol of enthiMliistto action I at the silver sues vice.. nr, prevlnlh.n. to the club mem-. '
and !t. employed at the Unl Jones. past prenldeYit of the "Emmy" for being the outstanding within' the ranks of club nochil hour. Mbar F.lulcne. Sthiklnmlpresldont << ,' tier for t their cooperation. a"I'
vlll be during the I
no exception at this :
verslty of Florida. Mr. Allen time.1 Florid Staite Federation; club In It. membership member. At the conclusionof of the I.IUleVom ..IIrt""I." I lie always think big sirrescnlt

Is a 1963 graduate of BHi Tickets are on sale by all Mrs. Lloyd Thurmond public. clams: The Juniors were the Installation Mrs Grlf- Bridal Shower en's Club, served 1"1111In time I 'In a very clever and orlgInul M h fill I "Service" ,

and attended Massey Buainesi Men of the Church be ity chairman General F.F.W.C .. given: a standing ovation' In fin placed the club pin
College In Jacksonville. He 1 le obtained from Mrs.or may Claude .. Mra. Harold ("Godwin newly appreciation for their outstanding Mrs C. J. Houpt the new For Mrs. Farr hushtindi' ant other guest form of .poetry, Mrs. Johns lireon Htiunps; with

employed by the Atlantic elected president of the service to the club president. for 1D6.V4UI: Serving srilvcd... The tx-Hiitlfully. appointed Installed. the new officers, pr*. very purchase.
Coast Line Railroad in Jack at the BradfordCounty Junior Woman' Club; Miss and the community.. with Mrs.. Houpt will by, Mr.. At Pine Level buffet table was. arranged settling each with the n...ces-, : I
Telegraph, at thecburoh
sonville. or J Elaine Strickland president of Miss. Claim Strickland. gavean A, J. Thomas Jr. IIrat vice In the sun nxini. and wiry "Implement" to.. carry
The wedding will take place offlce Adults $1 I. children the Little Women's Club; and Interesting. report of the president: Mr. O. L Iteimley Mrs. Wayne Farr the former guests. were ....">,1..1 l at Inil:vll- nut her duties during the I PRESCOTTShell

Friday evening July 2, at 8 under 12 60 cents.Beta M.... Elva 8<'nlt. president of Little Women whose projectfor ooon.l. vice pl' "I.lenl. Mrs J. !Rose MArl. Starling. a recent Ultabl.' ... In Iho club ..nulltnrlum year '

o'clock in the Hampton Bap the Senior Citizens club. the year was to redecorate ( B. Hardy third vice-president.. ; bride. was. honored at a Prancing ws. enjoyed by Service

tist Church. Friends and relative Sigma Phi The receiving" line stood In the powder room.A Mrs. iV. W Haul fourth vice- lovely", 'bridal showed. Tuesday Tie invocation was given the members. and. guests fnl- lie S. TF.Mri.M AVR.

are Invited to attend. Officers Installed front of the mantel. In the number of old fashioned president: Mrs. Guy Sale secretary evening at the Pine Level. by Ucv Walton Grady. of Urn having the IrMtallnllon. !i

lounge< which" held a besutl- songs. were sung by a Member. of Gamma Theta ul fan-shaped arrangement. of composed of Cathy treasurer; and Mrs. fl K. Peek Mr.. J. O. Jackson Mr I 1""I the address of welcome ovMr

St. Mark's Women Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi red rose. Joan William, IIltCheock'l Sr.. corresponding secretary. Woodrow Wilson Mr. J. It | 'i I'atnlul'/ Chilly a put.

Hear Reports I sorority held an Installation I Ouests were.. 'Invited Into the Janella I'ollard, ---- ---,--- Mra. Qrlffln/ then presentedthe B\illlnnton. Mrs Vcrnie i pro i fent) Mr. Clmrles Siw SPECIAL EVENT
service Monday evening. May ..unnomhfO" they were Green.Mra.. gavel to Mrs Houpt who Thornton., Mr. Fate niown.i! ver rnMrlng' club pr. ..1..!( nl.

Mr. P. 3 Novak was h t. 1: 10. served. tomaTo juice by Mrs Hood .presented. Mrs. pledged continued. efforts. toward Mrs. B. II !McRae. Mrs Austin !I Inl>-r>f1urt>d imperial| guest.." whoInrludod

tee. Monday night' when St. Installed as president for T. C. Has..n Jr. the refreshment Griffin with a other compote a sin-ccf Tfiil and Inteeating Frnder. Mrs, O rt Alvares Jr. !Miss MurlHn!\ Oruen.l.r..I..nt..I..rt ,

Mark' Auxiliary met In the I the coming year. were: Mrs table was) covered "with a gift of the dub. In *|>prschitlon club year Bhe, 11)) r.>1 M'i Fr"d
parish hou..... M.... Kenneth I I Connie Clark; vice president a whit linen cloth and cenj for her untiring efforts for the suppn' ."' nil IMImembers : 1' H{ *'i IfutinnThe Club; Mr., Calvin
tered in making this .it most In I Ihl recreation hAn was tlecor 1 lloupt' of th-i
Grlder reported on the district Mrs. Mead Lewis: extension j with an Iridescent anti. pioinoi % : ;; .. prwtldont-elnct e
I successful club She also for the good, of t'lo .lfor the. f'I'CllJlloJwith' Senior Club, Mrs. WV f d".
meeting which she and several officer Mrs. Robert BurksI quO) crystal. bowl holding! red. year ''immunity lloo.lBenlor \ '
mother member attended I dale; recording secretary. Mr. roues Individual tables were. presented Mra. Jones with an arrangement nf spring flower Club "social I crmlrmnit J t' .,
I' orchid Mr. Griffin The Little '' '*, palm and' greenery. Therefreahnsenl j111 :'
April 28 In Cedar Key. Arthur Patsy; corresponding placed throughout the auditor. corsage. Women who i"rv.d print presidents, and |past Club '
Slater Columba of the Order !. 'secretary' Mrs. Ben Moxley, miniature basket filled with then spoke of a new feature at the llreskfnst. wri K-I: | table wn covered Wirninn i>f the Year :
I' In the club this that of lain I year RtrlckUnil. Jane Adams Special rmtignltlnn and Cer.tlncetea '
of St. Helena Augusta. Oa.. and treasurer Mrs. Rudolph spring: flowers, a favor foreach \ << P-
I selecting: the OutstandingClub I with a yellow and: of '
Phyllis xirby, Patty Aipreclatlttn
addressed the group and Rev. I Hutcheson.. attending this delightful | ( were ,,'
I Woman of the Tar. Af Dee WsHeri 'whit spi, Ing arrangement In lens '
Affair. Huiwn given Shuvr, K:, U :11"
Fred Yerkes Jr. The installation was directed .
was the celebrant < ,
> .
j Honored guests were seated ter a few remarks. a. to the Janet Harrfy, Vlckl' UIKhll"1 The ,ry.tal punch, bowl was Miktthows, Chiirlns. Sawyer, .. ;.:
of the Holy Communion. I' by Mrs. Dot Falling, out. : ...' i Y
going' president.The at a long table centered ae.mmplihmenta of the mern- Terri Rxrrv. and Judy placed at one end of the table, and the \Vonmn's.. Club of I
with an ekingated and cyrstal trays and compotes Rtarko for heir( .I-'IAI| .f. .' 'J 1, ::1j r
Several book ritual table arrangement y
was "
were purchased of pale yellow r Nursing Council Baptist Adult held 1 dainty. rake squares furls In behalf of the Junior 'k ; '!i
: at the district tered with an arrangement.n'I' snsp-
I Inook dragons and Tmpicanna nut. and mint., Club Mr.. T If. S.'a-de. thclub's .
meeting from the Episcopal 1 yellow roses In a black rose.Interspersal Luncheon HeldThe Choir EntertainedAdult
The gift table was coveralwith .
WHSprescmled i
Store to tart a email i i flanked by burning black tap. with leather lent I a white linen. cloth !In'I ". si sterlingsilver Hponmir' y1Hw, 7 7 h p t
library at the church. era, carrying ou the sorority fern and flanked on either Bradford County Nursing Choir mf'mhf'.1the had ruffleat '\, y
a yellow colors .id* by three-branched, silver\ Council met at Monday bowl In Appreciation. or tier t ,
The next district meeting << of gold and black.After noon Flat Bsptist Church enjoyed the aides ,
candelabra,' centered with anepergneite in the O.rd-m' I I Wink. during thoeii; "
Jlestsura-it .
will be held Ort 13. with the ,I installation refresh.ments a covered dun supperlast The hostesses prs/fe-nted' the ',
I Mrs Orxlwln ) ,
location to be announced la. !' were served. by the holding yellow. with ten members present I fMrs. FrMay night at the home presented i /: ;
honoree with beautiful bedsprend .
I I snapdragons. and tropteannaroses. A rUn McKnlght: reported. (I and C J. a sterling silver' bowl from ho le a ,
ter.Mra. Edward' Burn and ]I ( Jr.Surprise. PlumoHns fern trailed j on purchase for the loancloset I The upper w*., held on the occasion.Seventyfive. .t'l climb .In Mr Sawyer' In rll' 'ig 1IH ;i
the full length of the table. and showed ,, nil Ion nf her service.* during' w )1I, i ia ir
Mra. William Carter. will have Interentlngpictures patio. where ''V buffet tumble I +
I 1(11"-t. were In. I the ,
nt and
charge: of choir refreshment. I I The auditorium wn* a vert- of the work don and eight dlnlrtable* w..r.1'0v.r",1 I year pritHliMn
Party vital to call between the '
Mr Kenneth Orlder. fourth. ?
table flower with Maylbanketa I ,
during Jun. garden through the Council: and of with red and while
I I hour 7:30: tn B p m vice. l I
For Mrs. Stump Oiled with I articles |president present monohere I
After the business spring patients using provided checked clolus. Thlrty-flv .
MUM. Florence Jennings 1Ie..lon'l. flowers at vantage by then' closet.' members" : of the choir enjoyedthis of the Honor Cour'! with.
ed slides on the Mrs. F F Stump was delightfully Crested blooming polnt.'j The Council was adjournedfor ,! delightful affair i HiRh School PTAThe ,,'lerllnjf silver. discs. Honor
selected children. camptor surprised Thursday. trees decorated. the the summer months, and (',,"" "member. .. Imliiiln" Mrs
high ..,h..1.! 'ITA will Tom CIUM-V Mr. Itnrwlol. fhltly
afternoon with birthday party The focal point being a will meet again on Sept 13.
given In honor of her 70th i wicker basket Ailed with large' Recent BirthsMr hold' sn .Installation. nf officers,. Mr. Mxwsyno PI.I.r: Mr tAT

Little Women birthday anniversary Scene of .d flowers a gift to the Brownlee Circle Owen Alvar" nn Tiiemlny' Mot,. M. at N p, It A. Green Jr. Mrs Charles,
the party was the Stump from Mr. Griffin Mrs. Huupt I and Mr. m., 'In the cafeteria, Th. executive llnti'hewin, Mrs Jerome' Johns. ,

Set InstallationThe home on North Wslnut Street and 101.... J W. KWsld.. .*the Meets At Lake Jr. of Starke of ,S snnounc son, WilliamIllrh.rd. thoa".pllnn board. will meet at 7.30p :

and women of the First Presbyterian three delegates In the State| 7. I m. r s,r
born Msy I
Little Women' Club Church were hostesses convention" *t Hollywood.Mrs. Bmwnle.) Circle of the First Heart Fund r 4

win hold an Install*!ion of' Hood .Introduced MrsF Baptist Church met Tuesday' Bradford County" Hospital TIIK:' niOIIT POINT' Inr + I
nffleers at the May meeting. Friends called between thre- fl Beard' who gave the night at the home of Mr*. ..r.I announce the folk,wtn 'h'//
Monday night. May 17..1 and four o'clock. and refreshment Invocation Members of t the I II. Moncrief on Klngsley Lake. births: we, ymt. write. ( 'In Raises Total

7:30: ortock.Montesnes. were served. with birth t L4tl) Women's ClUb served with Mrs. Sue Miles ro- Mr and Mrs Everett' Ru-: select ,...., fsrorll Eirirtt.RRtN1K : .

for the evening; nay l rake for the occasion Marian hontesa.After. gene NorwwoHhy. Alsrke, | r/0sjnum rm. TMKNotebmih : Of $1,409

will he I Harriet London. Linda Green newly eP. .ctd president .-\ the huslnos. snd devotional. dsaghter. UM IHsne. May A.1 GRAr11 IT'S TIME FOR

Rae fowler and nobble Sue THE RIGIIT roivr Lee Ih* of the Little Women. M... Carl Roberts I Mr and Mrs.. Wayne r : Mrs. .lion. Farlixr. chairmen'
Bsrksdale., Mothers of officer Ca,. ,.. wrlla. Teem In and the second part of a
aded as page Mra. lloi>d I gave HolUngnworth. Stsrke, a son.], nf the llnwlford ''...,nl" Henrttfnlt.
being totalled and prospectivemwvnbers select! ,.. fa..... sTMTflt-: book review "Oo Home and IhJWE
: .r then Introduced the .pant. .presidents. on Timothy Wayne, May II, I Meddle 12.20 at annoimro) ywlcrday' YOUR FAVORITE SALE
are InvMed. to at. fiRnnr. t'_*&''* lea.. 'rEi... Till" by Bertha Smith. Refreiihmenta -,
TIlEGKAIl.rr : thai. a 'total! . tend. GR ,r... were. served. I
-olliH-tod. for the Heart kiirvl

during<< the campaign i-onducl:, OF THE YEAR
ed "..month

The following, fund' l-r..Ulngdivisions

and' this smmirit. red.Lrterl |.

by i trh. were Mstml J PECHGIJOI'r
DOWN Delivers i
any ApplianceAll II) l layls spra-lal, gift chairmen
$ 1117: "I'at rlfwngUr' '

"hairman Jon .>f /llearls

Un'.t' tkksale... t5"nnlest /!
$Ol13' : 'lrl McinitsflOAO / ;
AI& 4Ljfff/;
Kl/t! W..I"..,. lie

Famous nr and .all> ""Ihel 1.1 see
>.kM>. ..r Ins "'ml'f 'III" W1

Name BocicochbTerrific Mr Tom ,l4>f.vr'Irnham ..hItt..n.....
6 a li 10 Mrs 'Lillian. < lij. >'fo, a fund t Mighlful' rayon an.1| nylon

f I'earwnhtlnnan, l< Ilotpoint lice( IIIf1Mll Hhlrlfv/ I s)4) a ,Muff of powder nett| tit the) akin
I SelectionTo I Mirman .Mossier. III 21:)
I II...... to-d.."r '*.nva..s 17* M U'liidi i i. why ..> many devotee*. who insist. i

Maytag i ..initton IZ'i 14 Intrn min IVrliglo. :: '''.nti..11 year round', wonl..<.ln't

I ''"." Mark Hamilton> presi-l ld .bract. of( nuseina these special| limited tim; ) '

l Choose From .nt net pro........ from Queen. .. siut.;
Norge I ;
.,< II..." dance 1113

I Mr Karlwr' *.p ..4.C ap YOUR FAVORITE BRIEF .
(,,i. >.U..n, to all of ..r > .male.
.. .. ,. (regularly $135 each)
i. it nuiltoi? '.r
___ Refrigerators Freezers Gas and Electric Ranges 'r'ui'ned' ',, "II, ..'u.-, .- .,f 'tinII /. now 3 for only $3.25

I 1981> irf ftavl "lri'. <

: FINANCE OCR; t OWN Washers Dryers Wringers Hoi Water Heaters Schulz ElectedTo MllU t to 1. in Star White.

ACCOUNTS (Sue M. rftll. 41.AO each now 3 tor l4): : )
VICE \\ HAT WE SELL: Angus Ann.Artr .

I'rlces Goo"; MAX 17 through :May\ 29, I0fi.!) ):
: W Hfhulx: uf
Open All Day Wednesday BARGAINS GALORE ON OUR LARGE SECOND FLOOR .. bass fc..n. *'lM-t M| t. memtoft

*.p u. the Am.H<-.n Ana
and Until 9 P.M.
Friday .
Ass< > .U"n si HI lur

M," Thin n.>T',,S",r-'np was nn. STAHKK'S

W. S. Ut cal ... .Fft In brvd...r4 .,t KA.SIIION I.t\: UE:It'
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I I1 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvnvnv'Illugar' 1,4., cup shortening 1 I' Mrs Elma Riggs and Mrs. TYTYTTYYYTYTTTTYTYTYYTGRAHAM

teaspoon salt, 3 cups sifted i Mary Ship-man. !
all-purpose flour 1 egg. 2 I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller.
;: -1 SPORTS I tablespoons butter, melted. Judy. and Randy spent Sun I IBy I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYSERVICE

Soften yeast In li4, cup day afternoon as guests of the
Mrs W. E.
Mrf.\ Howard PadgettPhone Starling
warm water. Combine next 4 Floyd Saunders family on i
/" 1
289-4132!) Ingredients; cool to lukewarm. Smith Lake. Mr. Saunders has Phone 483-2368

...'. Add 1 cup of the flour, mix purchased a large boat and T you will miss a real treat.

YYYYYYYTYTTYTYTTTYTTT1HOMECOMING \well. Stir In yeast egg: ; beat kicker for skiing purposes sa: ..uu..uu.uuuuuCHCRCIi I Time, 8 p. m. Come and hate

Two Trackmen well Stir In 2 cups flour or he was teaching the young : NKUS: a good laugh

Hurse Seeking To Fill Gaps Place In StateCompetition The Clay Kill Bapttet enough for soft dough.I folks how to ski Sunday A mass meeting of the Eap- GIRL, SCOUTS

I Church cancelled service Cover, let stand for 10 minutes afternoon when it was discovered tixt Association was held at I GUI Scout meeting will be
Knead about 8 minutes. that Randy Ml'ler ,air the Graham Baptist Church I held at 3 p. m. Tuesday. ]May\
Sunday in order to (give members I
From Hopefuls At' Spring Drills; the opportunity to attend Place In greased bowl; turn' ready knew how. Where did Thursday night. Durlag the 17. and Friday at 7:30: a. m.

Junior Tony Lawson with a the homecoming at Long once to /grease surface, cover; you take lessons, Randy. ? I session Rev. Temple showed In Room 22.
third place in the mile and Branch let rise till double: J IH4 hours]. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. fcmlth color slides of the Holy Land. CARD 'OF Church. Mrs
Spring: football practice at we'll be weaker because of freshman Richard, Klrchaliie Alice Green Baptist of Doctor's Inlet' Turn out; form in ball, cover: spent the weekend with Mrs. The next meeting will be at c The LuiBpkln familjy fXZ

I Bradford High is nearly two inexperience," the Tornado with a fourth place in the pole received a beautiful bouquet t let stand 10 minutes Roll to Smith's. mother/ Mrs. Annie Hampton Baptist Church.: A w. A tends' heartfelt gratitude\ to
weeks old now and Head mentor said Tuesday after n vault the only Tornado 20 10 Inches Brush with Mothers honored
\ were of flowers for being the oldest x I Sapp in Leesburg..', ou Sunday their many frisoda. for the"
Coach David Hurse is scrambling hard day'a session under the thinclads to place in the state butter. were Mrs Catherine '
mother present. She is in Johnny Scott is still Improving Dyal, kind 'txjJfessforis of khulnsashow'
to who will fill the hot Sl"We'll need weal
nee a meet Saturday at the Unlver- her 80's. FILLING: Combine 1-3 cup and hopes to come youngest mother; Mrs. Berry at the death of Catviil
;gaps left by the graduation good spring practice to n.Cure 1 of Florida. Dyal, oldest mother, and Mrs.Jesn '
We want to express! our chopped walnuts H cup sugar homo soon. Lunn llt: ;,lkusbarld May God
of 13 seniors from his 10GIaqirad of season next
us a good
Lnwson covered the mile In many thanks to John Brinkley 1H teaspoons cinnamon: Mr and Mrs. Chester Wise Lefevera, moaner with bless you ,\(1.
which established he added.
an year I 4:37.0: /seven and a half sec- of Macclenny bringing Rev, sprinkle over dough.. Roll up had as weekend guests Mr. the most children. Ciil RCIii'NIflI' g g".

8-1- record. I' Joey Reese and Jlirlie: San: on? off the winning pace set I J. L. Strickland to Homecoming from long,side';, cut' > In eight and Harold Pack of Cocoa, There will be dinner on the Greater Alien' Chapel l AME
The Tornadoes .have only derson, two upcoming Juniors( : grounds after church .'rvlc!:
l' by Sam Agner of Perry. services In his ambulance 2'/4 inch lengths. Without Mr. and Mrs. Lance Fl-skus. I Church R2T. L. A. Sampson
two starters from that offen- are now prime prospectai to 1<:lrchaln!', Jumping extremely Mother's Day 64 years ago cutting through, snip each and son of Thomasvllle. Oa.. thlll Sunday. Everyone. ij in- MANPROMOTED pastor, win: bold regular serv-

five line returning center fill the end spot. Reese lettered 1 well for a freshman Rev. Strickland Joined the length; In thirds crosswise. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Patch of Vited. I TWICE i lets starting! with Sunday
Butch Redding and end Eddie I on a sophomore pass catchIng | leaped 12 feet his best of the Long Branch Church five Place on greased. baking sheet; Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sp 4 Chester A. Crum. Jr' School at 10 a. m. Mommy

Douglas. Three starting sensation as a lIophom()re. year. He was a foot and two ; weeks after his baptism he spread thirds to form fan. Mrs. Wallace Wise Sparks of Gainesville) visited assigned to Hq. it Ilq. Co.. U Worship Ham. Choir Union -

backs Quarterback Donald Calvin Varaes, a senior next i Inches off the 13-3: leap preached his first Rev Cover, let almost double T23 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Oriffls. their son and daughter In-Utv, I S. Army, John II Kenned i 3 m. at Macclenny Al-
fullback' I Paul MrLeod, 'a, ofI I sermon Mr. and Mrs. | p.
Falcon, Mickey Ag- ; sophomore Albert ,
year Sparks
I winning Ralph Kramer Strickland has preached in 21 minutes]I. Bake at 350: decrees and sons were Sunday dinner Center for Special Warfare at t I len Chapter Church. Rsv. LevY
mind halfback: Elder Douglas Conner, senior and children.
ner, Dwight ; Martin County. counties, and a number ol f for 12 to IS minutes. guests\ of Mr and Mrs. Ed!: Port Bragg N C. recently Lennon pastor All members
are returning. Those five i and Randy Joiner, senior, are Mrs.. Catherine Dyil and
churches in too state of Ploy Conway In Starke. visited his mother Mrs. Em and friends Invited to at ten:3.
along with linebacker Steve' candidates for the half..ackI..pot. I' rvvv.vvvvvnmvvvivv.Kingsley' Connie visited Mr. an.J Mrs. i
BHS Stadium ida. E. M. Norton and son. Max- ma Crum. and brothers and Evening' Service, 6 m. with
Tllley are also the only returning -i Dunwood Dortch of Waldo
le, and Mike Macy went witha sinters In Starke.
defensive starters.If I I John Spengler, ISO pound Gets Paint Job Visitors at Clay Hill Baptist Lake i group from the First Bap- Sunday.Mr. After finishing Airborne message by Rev. Sampson.

,the 1985-60: squad Is to I senior letterman; Jim Godwin Church Sunday night were tint> Church of Starke camp and Mrs. Vernon Mass- The Starke local congregation -
training at Fort Banning. Oa.
be as strong as the pant year's I 1 178 pound junior letternann; By Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris oiMaxville. Yalo last Saturday for a workday Ingale and daughter and ;Mr of Jehovah's Witness?*
In 1964 Sp4 Crum
Coach Hurse will have to Ronnie Tomllnaon, 168 pound Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ain. K.': M. Jtortom I the and and Mrs. Emma Hebrr of 1 Indianapolis are planning to attend the
stadium Is shining on grounds for n'l-'t'1 vifh th"
find two Btartlng tarkloi, a I junior, and Andy Mayton, 17$ Mosley and son of Highland Ind. visited\ Mr. semi-annual' circuit assembly.
under coat of red and Phone 533-2081 swimming area. Special Fo. ccs. A; taut time '
a Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson at Sunlight Temple. In Ocala,
pair of guards, an end, and ft pound sophomore, are !LCterI : I and Mrs. Tom Lefevers! /:
white for the first time Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead he was a private, and since I
paint Wi lie \tcColltun.I .
halfback."As I the wide open tackle posILII>>!\s. of Long Branch Baptist and children recently. May 1416. :
it looks right\:: now Steve Tllley, 160 pound senior In many years courtesy of the Church and Mrs. Caldwell AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CHURCH and daughters had as Sir. and Mrs. Charles ...Also'l. volunteering he has been pro | presiding minister of the local

letterman; Roger Chilaon 1U5 1984-03 BHS Letterman'sClub. and children of Highland. NEWS! Sunday guests! Mrs Lucille of Greenflekl Ind. ; moted twice His present rank |I congregation said that 17

pound junior, and Leaton JWCor- Welcome back any time. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Stoughton and daughter. Mr. Hattlo Lefevcrs of andfr"'j Is Specialist E-4. Sp4 He Li a I delegates! will represent the

gan, 160 pound junior' nre The boys. worked on the Job Revival services start at Morning Worship 11:00: a. m. and Mrs. C B. Sta 'Ling. Mrs. visited thefcefevers recently. '' 1961 graduate of RJE High Starke congregation at the

) three last week, Includ- Hill June 21 at Training' Union 6:45 W. C. Braumbnugli and chil- I School. i looking
top candidates for the guard days Clay 7:30: p. : p. Mrs Oom( Mrs. Willie j gathering. Delegates are -
ing to paint the Guest will Evening 8:00 m.l dren Mr. and, Mrs. Jim Clyde SCHOOL NEWSThe II I forward with
o spot. Saturday m. speaker \ be announced Worship : p. l I Ottom, and Mrs. Blanche", I to meeting
stadium white and trim It In later. Midweek Prayer Moore Cecil McKinney, and Carroll of I Senior Class of RUE I their new District! Supervisor.'
II! havequestions red and the box We -Rev. Miss Martha Starling, all of Branford visited under direction of C E Clark, who
you Anne SpearsTo paint press welcome Mrs. Susie Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Starling'last I C O Thompson, has been
red. While they were at it, the Sherman to our church from B. T. Peavy, Pastor. Come let Jacksonville.Ens. week. 'f will present a play "Th aligned to Dlst 25. He will

about Head FutureHomemakers erstwhile painters! also paintedthe Highland Baptist Church. us worship together Billy B. nelllahf'Ck'j Mr. anit 'Mrs. Robert L Haunted Chair" on Wednesday deliver the keynote address

concession/ stand and the PTA NEWSA REVIVAL ANNOUNCEDA who Is stationed Smith of I night May 19. In the at 3 p. m. Sunday. May 16.
your militaryservice ticket booths. Spain, was promoted to Lt. J. Kingsley Lake visit- cafetortum. This will be a
special meeting was held revival will be held at the ed their son-in-law and daughter
i I O. the first of May. He K the very entertaining pl.iv and if
Anne was instl1.l1ed April 30 In Mlddleburg schoolto Kingsley Lake Mission-try! Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R. tor
Spears rilE: RIGHT ,>G ."
'son of Mr and Mrs. B. B.'IIl'lsabcc'k I you mist the Senior1 in nrfionly : Uu
ns president of the Bradford discuss important business Baptist Church, May 17-23 Smith, and children write. Come In anilrliYt
Sr ray you
your local Guardcan High School Future Homemakers not United to those who are about the schools and teachers Services will biKln. at 7:30: p j Mr. and Mrs. Jack lines I of
i Mary Barry and chil y"nr favorite -
help Q 'of America at the slow. With the use of several salaries. Those attending m. with evangelist Rev Char- I dren Starke vI'tltedIr.: and Mrs. ASgilovety birthdaynke Fountain P n. TELKr.n.rir. :-
of Orange Park Wl'l't'i u 'oratert
J final meeting the 1965 school aids we ''hope to uccompltah' a from Clay Hill were Mr. and les A. William pastor of II. Jo:. Starling recently < in pink .
of Mr. and Mrs Cecil and blue.
term Friday. great deal for those who sImply Mrs. Louie Carter, Mrs Zelma Northslde Baptist Chum I Miss Delnres Falcon of
In StarkeVisitCWO want to Increase their Johns, Jack Wl1klMon andT.imes conducting the services. Jim: Whitehead and daughters/ last '
/ -
Sue Brice, graduating president Wednesday. Starke wan u weekend guest'of : -- -- ,
wan honored by the kill In reiullntr.. SOCIAL, Wilkinson.! To our surprise my Crosby will lead the singing I Miss Diane Starling.
AI Crosby STUDIES RESEARCH. The there was Just a small and Mrs. Crosby will be Mrs Lou Williams had I\'J
FHA members with a bridal I Mr. and Mrs. George Sheppard -
Armory Illclir. phower. addlton of ,this class allows crowd attending. The last the pianist. Everyone!: Wel weekend guests Mr. aril Mrs. of Gainesville and Mr CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONeoeNOW.e.

or Call 961-2211 Guests of the meeting were our curriculum to be expanded meeting of the Clay Hill PTA come. John Maldmaton of Tarpon I and Mrs. John Wells of Starke

Mrs Brice, Sue's mother, und to reach those who have/ wUl be held at the school Mrs J. M. Bradley had as Springs. Mrs. Mnlnmatos Is a visited Mr. and Mrs W E
daughter of Mrs Williams.
Mr!!. James hosier her grand demonstrated a special Interest cafeteria Tuesday night at guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Starling and daughter Thursday -
mother. In Home particular area. 7:30.: Everyone Is urged: to at- R C. Bradley of Jacksonville E.-3 Wayne Fuquay, who Is night.
Thin class will be email In stationed at SuIfleU': Pensacola
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dixon
Mrs.\ Nellie! Cannon and
adze and the student will have tend.A ) spent the weekend at .
I vvvvvvvvvmvvvvvvyWY very nice donation was and two daughters, nnd Mr. I Mrs. Austin Cannon and girlsof
much time his for the home with his family. Mr.
on own received for the upkeep of and Mrs. J. T. Prevail Jr. and Branford visited Mr and
=1 BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES purpose of following/ his special the cemetry. Our many thanksto children all of Starke. were and Mrs John Fuquay.J.tRl M.... If. E. Starling last week.
Interest with the help of General Electric
the who donated the Sunday guests of Mr. and We to
ones : > OK. Tn INKS were sorry hear that
his< teacher. BASIC 9th GRADE
BU110EMS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY to It Mrs. W H. Agner and son. I
KNCL.IS.H. The students Who money see! nicely kept. Mrs. Thelma Dyal broke her
{ are of average ability in the PERSONALS Mrs. Sadie Elder, Robin The family of Mr. Ida foot. At thin writing, she is .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Srners Elder Lynne Pollard. Marla fhMxIge express thanks to
i reported to be getting along
English; Held uhoul donroll In
........... By Jim Temple4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA this class It la a general class of Green Cove Springs visited Mosher, and Johnny Lottpent their mnny friends! > and neighbors I f j One. Buy Top Quality and Service
Mrs. Sinners' Mr. and Saturday at Jacksonville the Bradford County
parents Miss: Sheila
covering 'basic requirementsfor i I Starling, daughter :
Englliih. Mrs. Robert Carter, recently :Beach Hospital, the nurses nlto' Ir of Ir. and Mrs. W E.

4-197 : The Junior High School .1* Sharon Mosley of Highland Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brad- Fobs and the Jones Funeral Starling, celebrated. her 2nd GEO. W. BROWN\
Elective!: Courses In the 9th I
iIBS. ,mow in the process of registering left Sunday for a week In ley and three daughters of Home for the many acts of. birthday Monday afternoon

students for the 1860-66 grade lire: New York on a senior class Jacksonville spent Sunday i kindness and for the food and :I with a party for eight of her 226 S. Walnut Phone' !969.1121)
Agriculture I Art DriverEducation.
school year. Several new offerings Ban'Elt'ctrldty\ school trip. with Mrs. J. M. Bradley.E. I I beautiful flowers received clurIn. I| friends. The little children enJoyed Sturke. Florida

have been added to Home Economics: Latin, Music Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson O. Elder 1 hit last; Thursday I .? the Illness and death of games. and refro.ta.njnU.,
the curriculum which give of Panama City attended for Ouantannmo Cuba! our mother Tho family of and Sheila received .:.. '": ''So '- -'
Mechanical Drawing, I Mrs. Ida many J Jov* ; : r ; .:; )tYi _. : :
GtKvlge. "
the student wide of ,,, !
a ranget Homecoming services at Long after a two weeks" vacation.Larry
Shop, Spanish' Typing Students -
courses from which to make will be asked to select Branch Sunday. They are Elder returned with his ,

his selection for the coming three of thane clnxHus In orderof staying with MI'!'!. Wilkinson's father to Cuba, where he will
year's study. this week the
choice. As much as poaBlble. parents be employed through
Some of the now offeringsFor MI"! Thelma
the student will be Williamson summer.
the 9th grade are as follows .1, L. Bradley spent last
and David Mrs.
"Wouldn't it b* .aiUr la scheduled according: to his of Green Cove
g.t a ladd.r?" : choke Springs attended homecomingat Wednesday visiting Lynne I

ENGLISH COMPOSITION The scope of the junior high Long Branch, and visited Warren: in Hope Haven Hos

Yes We This COUTH will :primarily bo I curriculum has been her parents, Mr and Mrs' pita ,

centered upon writing activity. : ed to attempt to expand-I Hardy Pnd eU, Sunday:! after I Mrs. Sadie Elder and family IC55

Got 'EmFrom I LITERATURE. This classIs needs which our were supper guests Monday e

open to ,the student who have. It by no noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Baxloy!. of I evening of Mr. and Mrs. [)I>-

has: a desire for broad readings brand ns we would like to Mlddleburg visited Mr. and wayne Elder and children at

in the literature Held. have. it, but under\, the present -I Mrs. Hiram Padgett recently the State Farm .
2 Ft. To 8 Ft.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR. This arrntwnvnt' it seems to Nancy Carter visited Anlf1aRaundprll Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner .
clans has been set up to as- be tho best that we are ableto In Penney Farms visited friends and relative r
Fir or Pine slst any of our students 'Who do. Sunday afternoon. last Saturday in St. George. C f'" y tI

haw a lack of the basic tfnn-! The 7th and 8th grade cla+- Mr. and Mrs. WhltHeld of Oa. and CaUahsn.

Price Is Right damentals In grammar. REM Ben are a* follows: English, Cocoa spent Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ort!- _

EDIAL!: RRADING.: The 'purpose Social. Studies' Mathematics! with her sister Mrs. Leila fl.s of Jacksonville were Bun-
of this class will be to I I
1 Science, I'hyHical Education. Carter and family, and all attended day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
t) A W Au70 SIIPPI INC give the baste reading kills at level children. II
Elective courses this Homecoming at Long Roy Martin and

more direct' attention than Is are: Art, Band. Shop, Chorus, Branch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Graham I I
class II
in the regular
possible I
Such ektlU as rending, :Mechanical Drawing, RemotlInl Mr. and Mrs Horace \7hlte- Crews of Starke were supper
room. Reading I Spanish Typing: heal. and family of Maxville guests\ lust Friday" of Mr and
BIIIIDFRS HAa DWANF AND SUPPLY rate, reading comprehension I Students. should be encour-
vocabulary development and : und Mrs! Elizabeth Crews and Mrs. Charles! Crews II

I Ii other. known nkllls which are god to participate. in the baby of Bnkhrin visited! Mr. Little Stephanie, Oliver:I

Ii i related to the Improvement of courses which will be of and Mrs. Hardy Padgett and spent last: weekend with herPftrent.1

i one's reading ab kitty, It 4s est benefit to them In Itreat-I family Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ink Jacksonville.Mrs. .

their plans for the Bobby Padgett and B, A. Johnson of Do-

..I close working children of Jacksonville visited than. Ala 'li visiting her! sister -

tween home and school should Mrs. Irene Padgett Sunday Mrs. W. F. Cooley for I -

STARKE MOTOR PARTS insure a program which meets) afternoon. several dnvn.Mrs ,
rl S_
of student.
the needs the
Mr. and Mrs! Victor I1! E: O. Elder left Friday P

The following summer offerings Cornhan and family. of Jacksonville r.1'fht' for Andalusln. Ala

Offers You The Best In are ul1l0! noted: Instructional visited' Mrs. Corn- where she will spend several I I

Swimming; Remedial han's parents Mr. and Mrs\ I days visiting her parents and I I

and Developmental( l rend- Julian Dixon: recently.Mr. I other relatives.

Machine Shop Service In*; Mathematics; Driver Ed- and Mrs. Edward Herndon Airman 3rd Claw. and Mrs

ucation; Personal Typing; American and family of Highland Harley Hartley and son of I Spori sih..Mof)

History' and Government were supper guests of Mr. and Nlcevllle spent Saturday. wodd. rig W tfndttrOni ht'

BLOCK ROARING PISTON PIN AND : English: ; Vocational l Mrs. Frank Carter and family through Tuesday:! with Mr. ZS'--. .j

KING PIN FITTING Home Economics orientation; last Sunday night and Mrs." R.1'. Smith. .

BOILING AND'! Americanism vs Communismwith Charlie Kinsley of Jacksonville Jim Spurting and daughtersof I

CLEANING BLOCK .* RIDGE: HEADING\ n! For the furtherInformation Adult and_ Oconre.-- Moslev of_ FHrpatrlok.: AU. and Mrs Success hasn't, gone to :its! price

Long Branch visited Mr and Lula spurting of Penney"
VALVE GRINDING CYL. HONEING Education office, 1. H. Gibson, Mrs. Farley Austin Sunday Firms were guests of the! Ray
or mil either the High Schoolor -
afternoon. Miller family Mrs. Mary -
*_ HEAD RESURFACING& BLOCK CAM INSTALLATION: BUSHING Junior nigh od' ce. Mrs. Hiram Padgett' and Shlmn-ui, and Mrs. Elma After 11,you-don't pet the No. 1 place things as you go. Like however much

son and Mr and Mrs. Homer' RIIlII'S last Saturday. (or stay there year after year after year) economy or excitement yodel want our

BRAKE DRUM TURNING WOODS FIRES Fadtwtt and children wl'rp' Jennnle! and Cnrlton Faulk unless lot Six
you jive people a for their !EE THE U.S.A.mi.erly 140-hp to oar ferocious
dinner guests! of Mr and Mrs. spent the weekend In Jacksonville -
We Also Have New Tires Three woods fires were reported ; Lamar Tyler of Lawtey Sun- with their mother money.That Chevrolet does. Look what'snew THE I:: NO.1 WAY Turbo-Jet, 325 hp on onler.resides .

by the! Forest Service! ,I day Mrs Jewel" Faulk. for 1%, Everything. price, one other thing hasn't

in Bradford County last week Edward Mosley\ and Eugene Miss Mtrtell, Johns and Like the handsomest. new styling you've changed: Chevrolet's traditional male

Your NAPA Jobber Is A Good with one acre burned. Since I I, of Mlddleburg. and Artlnios Richard West of Jacksonville. ever turned around for another glance at. vah.e still so good you won't believe

Jan 1 there have been 17 Brown of Starke visited! Mr anent Sundav with !Mr.\ andMr
Man To Know And A Good I I LiLa Chevrolet' Jet-mooth ride, even it until you get it. So get it (along with
fires with 42 4 acres : and Mrs. Henry' Mnsley SUn- .. :Ml, Carter. Sr.

Place To Go. at compared! with 38 fires and I day.Mr. Mr an* Mrs.! A. W. Ox I better, now with Wide-Stance to steady all that's new) at your Chevrolet dealer'

:274. acres burned during the and Mrs. Hardy Pad- lord Jr. had us weekend
Red Hot and Rolling! See Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CXCVtLLE CHEVY n .
same J period last yvar. cett. Mr and Mrs. Howard ""ue.}. Mr. and Mrs. Rarer your .._.._._u.u u.. _. __." _._...m...__.. ____. ....P.P CORVAI .
Starke, Motor Parts Co. Inc. April rainfall 'was below Padgett and Dnrrell. and Mrs. M..M. nen, and son of Jack- .I e9 .HI
normal with 1.40 Inches reported Frank Carter and 8On\1JII!

155 W. Brownlee Street at New! River; 3 inches ,;' tended Homecoming at Mrs IJoyd Mney'snd chIlt\

at Highland; and 2:20: Inch** Branch Sunday. Lang/Jren inert Sunday afternoonIn / GATEWAY' C IEVROlET7 Inc.

Phones 961-0801-961-0811 at Santa Fe. The 60-year RECIPE FOR THE W1 Jacksonville! wtth Mr. and '

average" for April is 4 63 Inch- Cinnamon FanUn Buns 1. Urn U. C. Dull'jfat'

Starke; FTa. es.! package active dry yeast, H"i F>rr Turkey of "tath I U. S. 301 (NORTH)

cup milk::, scaled 14; cups I IJ was Sunday dinner guest' of''l.


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rnrnsn.\r.! MAY 13 iota: Rnanrnnn" ",rvrv T"fI''f1n.rn.' ''.'''. PT'Rln' _____FACE. FITC! '

Ix r paring: reports for social tecuUy : Scouts ..f !thitt,, u'.\lr. t th0 fit''tltlfiu I "...,'...r! .I'll ".:.'F.'I" b'IOrtda\ and fll I tin "nrl...lnal In _I
ACP HelpfulTo Flower Show Enjoy .. ....U".I onli-v.' of tin-I fiirk 'C the
I mum' of II.XMI'TO.V' "N.\'II( i In Irrnlt 'nurt | i!ui" I .----i
( : and Income tax. nur-w. *'i ; ,under 'I'loh \V<* HIV, .ng'.u..1! In I .ITIiirliliii. In and for other financial statement Farmers Saturday Hike bimtni-.* lit Hamilton\ take. I 7th oar nf J......, liHi.: ul..... whoa ,..u
COUNTY Opens May 20 I[ Hnmiit, I'Is. Cu.. Nn: II inuiL. tlm, all4iutli. lit aitlil C'i:>ui- .
TH ; *. With Problems Twelve H'Illuini. mid. l rnum Trlnk,. I plaint will l be tak.a. ..* a"ii-.> _. I
It may be raid that record mrmbpra! of the Boy llnniptoti> tAhi. 11""'|"'lob. Klit.,. ..ltn Mao' Tully' t'lnliniff.! vlUrlirrt t.,1 hy yuii.thin .
At PrisonThe Bout Troop wont, on a hike'I Mturli. T: and jMtint "..rll...,.. Tull] I'd n.lani...' I II hatl..1.11. hi' |UhllBhrJ. .,
oUR AGENT keeping Is a must these days. The Amleultural csnserva-; tj Bruce lluddoflt's: house UstSatuixluy. I linilrulirtiii.,. .. Kin.I. J....iinlitiv .;. I :NilTll-i. ': 't'. .11'1'Iclit I "Hi.e ....-h week. fur four on. lI\
.. Don't think of It as a hard Lion Program continues to b- I \ lu.d I ii.rlo stnrllti.. 1.,11 I IIrHhant. I To. Hi rl.,..-rt Tullv. .l.i I.c'' iiI I II. utlvo WKVkii In 'th. Ilruilforili .
1i1 task Get one of these books. ''! BradfordCounty's Fifth! Annual Flower To of tae: s.-outa. I "1" Kl'''rll4.. uwnvm.riatnl I Ml., lilfttun' iilv 'VnI' rsph. | r'''
effective! In helping Hill MYl'kk and I .aruJ Oecr. ihm $lltn day of MuyA I Your. err li.'f, liy nluu rl.d. tlmtt l.itil thin, tall dui of My.
follow the directions make farmers and ranchers ( Show, presented by the Ornamental I l I' !IUil:.. .HI 'Ht.iik. tlrmlronlL'oitnt.A. unit. fur IHvori1* 1)nhwrll.. 1 I9iA. v
.. entries promptly and it! can solve conservation prob-\ Horticultural Sectionof 'lode their bicycles because '. Klorltl. fllml. minlniit. you In th>> ..h..%" c"II1AI.: .. ..
t f r .r..t they had Sassed! : their hike F 13 4li''ll. 6 :.1.1M niiini.ii, ('tiint,, anil. 1 "I>U.* Mini you. ,I'll \KI.IM A. nAttnr. 'u
; be an easy' Job. terns on their land according( the State Prlaoix school will I are, ..>.|iiiiriil. ,. to pr-rv a ropy, oft I t'lurk, of' th..., (Irvult. Ooiirr. '
y Thursday. 20. in the | tests. viuii" mmwor "r plfiidlnir 'o' IliiuUtl. M MaiMly. "Ui-puty
Since about the middle of to Mrs. Jun- Chapman ASCS open: :; May I ''''If'M Ml ItKPKMlIII : : 11'0"1 Mr .
March( the city revenue from County Offlcs Manager Some State" Farm Community Clu': I While on the hike. Uss' lrinM. t nwrl. " t.rn'.iililuiilt| |.. II.n"il I I.llu,'* union 1'Ullltlfl1 Blmk., I risk" uir 41 'II. e'
Scouts ptisscd' c.\.tl\n\ things < wunl,.<.,>tl In Ni. rFjI'UMC .
y C' "water has been up and up. If 155 farmers and ranchers: In hoiw. I No It,I.MMIVtly : i S.
you had an Irrigation system i I the! county are participating The public is Invited to attend such ai' tracktnii. coo<\!>u, htki i M. H"nl. ..hotn1le,. V.

l on the tram it has paid: oft In the program so far this the show during thu fol- : inn and building a fire.! AfterpIwing lnuilw M: llunit.. la ifi-nUartt, ,

it year. The county' office manager !Icwliif houl'S: I the tests they had the\ NIt1'll'F1'15(ClHiiM, (! Ari'WAUTn llmul. I I' i II 1I IV... Announcing The Opening

also.One of the several important explained that under the Thursdny! May 20. 12 nnon I p; 'O.Mire of going swimming I :'11.I n-niruliBn, I.onlmmH
in the clay pits, and arrlvvd YIIII Hr" hvi'rtty notlfliul dell
? sfetIr 1'. cropa growing now U tobacco. ACP lobe Federal Oovernmenr to 0 pus.Frldsy. M .'.11, fur, Dlvtmo ,hrtn hi> ..
A tin can or two used abates with farmers an1 (May 21 9 a m. to\ back: home at 3:30.: The dts- n unmet: you: In the.. h l .
llug8itlrtI1lccme I t. and I and and v.n
nu covered! there back 1'iiiirt rau'n
? .s a image can tell you how \ ranchers the cost of carrying'' 9 pm. are r.niilri- to. .rrt.. a ropy ,il' BRADFORDflECTRIC
-Y.. -- '" ions it takes! to put on how out approved ('on.
mtnat'e- much water. Excess water will practices. In this! way a "Con- 12 noon. On Thursday. Apr. :29. Edwin onmiiUInt', un the >'l..lnitff. Aituilicv .1I. .
Ux leportiim time our greatest need: linn Les U' '"'. anlrk0Ylortdn
reduce quality of your tobacco. servation Partnership" Is Division of the show will Sanders went Uirouiih the Hint.. file Hi. .iris. .1..1. I U
i p a-1! but It sure is not for- plete: record. I can Include I formed to accomplish: need;':] be: horticulture, exhibition Tendeifoot' ceremony: This Is the nrric' of tha t'l.rH lOt Ihirirtult '
Talking ths other day myself among that croup.He brrorv ll,
tr-n a kind of initiation and Oouri: >n >r
conservation worked vital for plants blooming annuals. otln, ,
I uf Jtinn, I9U:
one of Our tax figuring asked if we'had some I Book t the continued strength and .,., dried materials! dUh garden, lie U an official 1 Boy Scout. uiHit Tih' tiny Clue Nlli>"..ll
and he remarked: that sort of record book designed : MacArthur well being of the Nation. Developfnrnt flower! arrangements, corsa eA. -Bill Myrl'k.rlbtt.. t-nmiiUInt,. will l>. lakes, Cl con- us Enat Cull Street
for farm use. Ws do have a r*...iil. liy yuii.
... .' entitled I, Given Library : and conservation of terrariums, hanging baskets, Till 1 nutlriKliHll, ., he piilillnn
very complete book I the soil water and woodland : educational' exhibits and special ,1'I.uUa Notebook $.20 at the \ i nioiii'h work. rnr tour clue
f fA Tloilda Farm and Family : I .."atv.' wnrk.! In i Ihv ItiaiKiiKl. WK: Sl'ECIALI/K: : I IV
The starke-Biartford County -, resource on the farms and ;: exhibits. ,
''''iIl Book." r"\" ""'31 TolouruphUnlwl ,
ra Record Public Library.has received' ranches throughout the country ; !Trlt'lUllh.| this IUh ,day of May
First five are illustrations i ,. Electric Motors & 'Water
pages a new book "Reminiscences." Li iMressary' In order to as- Circuit Court .....: PumpsSALES
of where to put .
by Oen. Douglas MacArthUr.The abundanceof 1'MUIV
cure a continued .VIII\ KM: A
11'nl M .,. '1
\ nl.I s'al: MIl
The sections! provided Include I '' .. 1 tit the Clrcilll ,-..""
by and fiber > .
food '
blorrophy. published M lll| lIlt-OMIt & SERVICE
farm farm income! Docket Light 1111i'1 Sly: |l..uUli. M Muiiil. livpuly
expenses 'U"
'"' %
McOrsw-HUl Company; wan" Some of the approved conservation .,. I aIJUl3
I" I
wages paid hire: workers; depredation to the in I .. .i' ,F.tsr.: c of RUM Vmipry. Electric Motor
presented library practices( being: carried //I. erolI Rewinding
PileIn records! farm inventory I (Continued From Page li..1. I 74..t, "I.'r ,
memory' of Mm. E. S. Matthews -' out hi the county under I'lllne P.IIttan roe .
social security payment .1 J' iii oJ l t'la i ,barer.. Of .,.......crl. MIIUN 'III. IiI'F'II\11'
... sale'' br Mr. and Mrs. Philip\ '\ the ACP are: establishment! dismissed when the state motel \. T,. Allham.. It Mnv <.,.!? In i'1'eult < ...rt llrmllnril. Authorized Dealer
livestock records .
Cron hltf': In] maintenance: of Improvt'dPt'rmanent N-.ll. l In l IC''ll-h KlVim I lllHt. t ri..rtilm In I km r f>
I 110115 the
of capital goods. ,tnst&l1mentpaymf'nts. 'j' to prowls csm h*t' m."| mv final rrtiirn.K e.1 I CUM. N' la-4 U l l81illli.y
of Reminiscences\ wa finished pastures, treatment Duncan also dropped thrr, .. ,,uric' ,>r ih. i ersl.. of ImesA'sopf Ann. |t<-.nily, Plain" BERKLEY PUMPS
and summary 1 ..... .. ,, .. '. .. wiiiiiini viu,fi only week before GenMacArthur's of th* Ian1 with liming materials I cases of xvrthholilirur aUJ'pol.tThe | %'.. !.1.) thus, | hflV" lie v. ,
KOCH farm operating expenses.In I spans''t establishment and Improvement nuii' ...'I1I.n ','r rimti' <\.- I lii* t>rr..nil.nt.NliTlfH .
addition to this very death and: ; state's attorney. also Informed .'1).rp.' sad| |lust) I Kill apply' : I Ttl AI'I'MAIlTo :
more than. half a century of of for-'at trees"!' : and! the court that trio tolowing I; t": the: H..,,m rnhltf, Thrn: % I NVIItitm Whoolvi' H_".lvlIHIIS Licensed ElectriciansAnd
complete" farm operating record i .' 1".IIwp., Tmium' r'liif ..
lawn :
nr Hmd-
modern hiitory. Ills book reflects I II the planting of temporary defendants nut .
are I I In
'. there! is a section for i ford ,',.,u,'". flmldn.. on Jun"i ( PlumbersPHONE
CASH a man whose unique summer and winter cover" to custody: 1! till. I oarri |.v ., s'aa' A. .M Oil.Vi>n. "r. l li.rcliv linlirud tlm,
family expenses. Might I wind and I for !; : ; :. I mill for 111vr.. has. ben'flln.l
vantage point at the center prevent erosion by rUtMull O Kllxson: gran! iiri'i-ixal of thr MI mo unit *
prise, you to. let the wife INr.1 j I nor flmit.' iliwrhNrvf., .a. K:'ffuIrlt HKitlnm yiiu, In the Clinic
this section and see! where I of the stage' enabled him to I water. Inrrenv, In connection wit '' of the .mnl. ut It..o..n.. timiioil. Court. Hiid fttin* ...d 1 9647361Thursday
POT Illuminate major controvrr-" : Mrs. Chapman stated that : the theft of a shotgun on t.fv rest of the goes. Included "n.,1", '. I.
it Suit, 5ICI.1'arulyn l uf your \
ales of our tune, and whose cot.t-ahares amount \IIIV; 17. 1944.
the ACP Plain --
No r-utrle to ".", ... Nothing are such entries as vtew and Idea. never before to lent than one-half of thr' Joseph I'Hlitmho. iulnon/ IMIHH.TVreiu" 'lii-ilmiiv.ItChtt11.11'1r: I tirr,lu lht* Atliirnvv I'umiiUlnl' lion un I tan.r* food eloth1 ;g. household operation ... .. .. Klnrlil, .unit. file'' Ih. nriKlinil ,I
: rh
publ1'.ht'd In full are now thconservation $not) worUilviw rhwk.lUrfiert <'n* >r th Karate .t Itu.evnnllty. Y
total of ,.
to Writ. No Stamp to education' recreation cost performing rttnoinfrt1II 'In l Inoffti .' of tor, ,'\\0."
U 'k. No Obligation.) Ju"tCX health and medical care, bound to bring new and unexpected practice Th Tyson Jr. njgi-!:"". i ''.M 1 \rt a IMKUl'ICAitirttfyn ";" nf the (Mri" 'lilt .'..".1 101. nt Im .
i reappraisal! to the 1 farmers anti'' voted l asantilt, on Carolyn Tim \ ut, I..w. fur th ill il .. .tI I Ilea
>.- In fach.k: or participating : alIranllone ;. i
hou.iintr. and incidentals. ,, fill.', North T..nipU. Ave othvrwlN. tin- mlilloi X
conflicts in which he himself : bear the major part) .. with a razor blade 011 I .. >
Several" Time a Day and Get Then if there is 1 any left! put ranchers Him.. .k*. Klorlili '<|'l liii MII''II. l lulton u II
lour FBEE "CAAb rut"rk'k.t. was the central: figure. I of the cost themielvei Total April 19. I 517' It HI rinfrim liy vini.
it under miscellaneous. .'.ell ''M IeldIch.d1515I' | I I
I assistance requested. by the J. O. rtnhn. four count> of Thu imlli'e II
At the end of the year in- ,.11'1NW. I\II'MII' >% IIIN ffMi'h week for fuur luna* I ,
Franklin county's farmers and rancheri issuing: Vttirtnlcsn checks. /Fi.1: "1'Y/I F'11"fl1'n'1. .t11 .F iitlvi workn In n)i' liiRilfunl,
LastV eka Winner formation can be totaled and Ben the IMS ACP through! ..'III.. !I. .h.. I M Hlvrn. .1.|>IIlif ,'..un'v' T-l.nriphliutvil I \
I under .. .. IliU. Mill day, 'JI! May
UNCLAIMEDCa entered right on the tax form. ''tntlwr ltf n J. uniltfi" th pvo
\0rll\ 30 amounted to I38.4S5 TV Cable Bids ..",. nr < hdpl"1" i '11."'. I llltA
h Pot NOW All you need to do to get one Store ComingContinued i Since program funds are!' Irfiw. of Klnlld.l. .0\1', 'ih >r l llUlll 1HKAI.I. : I I "
of these books is to auk for \ ...1.'..' with, Ih.4.. rk ,.r fllAlll.rOH: _\, tlAlllir'
month I limited, all requests cannot b< Studied th.. *'lri'Ult tuuit' In and. CutlirHflfnril I foil if" llu ,1'lr.nilnnr' !
$125.00 U. Even though four ( Prom Page One] approved ff" the full amount': Being r.Hiniti' I rlonld.. nintitipi Mi liviiliih' M MII. "4y |..."uU e1f.1Jd

has passed you can gather up requested Tie! ABC counts' t., ut i>n' .f ..f( puUlU'ittloit.. .. i'I.Ik. %
the 't\&nodl.. and More Improvements
and bring en-
your papers' i r-fully comlden. (Continued From I'1tlle One I .
committee! !
(quality. Om,,,. enO qualityPrwrlptlon tries up to date I for the more. than 200 allocate i )
rVnlr" at A good record properly kept new fmnrhln. tores fUrtnoJ! alt rxiuesnj and In Hlarka Cabin TV aYlltoll1"I

Kooira imr can help you' find the strong I for thisr I' funds Impartially to help u- were fleet iUllol" In ,...nail I cU

II... Your Next. Rs Killed and weak points In your farm No definite! date. for the I rocnpltoh the' mod needed:I W'OI'k.Tbe 'and. towns' without TV tatkin.twtUu .... I V ow ''N

ATKOCH'S and home bUKlness. Also opening- of the new tore in'' enduring ooiwentatlon sold but Ui. idea l II:I FLORIDA
allocation for 184J1s .
mlrhlly: Important, a* already Pltarke has been annnanre1. 'I county catching on even In large ell' -
M.:330 and of that amount low. Friday Saturday
MIKK nn.rvr.RT >tated.' It will provide the In' I 10.207' has been obligated foi es
formation necessary for pre. The two 'Jlnnn rvprcaenlt..'I II May 13.14.15
HydrocarbonsGiven out-sharing
I st the nu.eUfllC TuiuoUy, Oy I I -
\ i Farmers and ranchers mix linn Apf4lam- and Start. Ol'KN: 7n: <> SHOW TIMK 7IS: : -

I Award have not been participator; Ir Rnterprlxcs Inc.. agreed Ih* t -THEATRE-?

T.1. MERSEREAUPLUMBINGON I this program are urged to visit t I't.rke can lIul'purt hut or, ADMISSION:
the county offlc Whatevej and U. :, ADULTS 7.1r: HTUDKNTH; ,iV!
(Continued From Page One) system Adolph lay > OPENING TIMB'
1.i the corwervatlon problem" on fuRl Mitchell bulk favurvd a I ... ChlMren Under I 12:: Free!
pi Id hereThe their land they en receive' trio hU whit h ,

CotnmUtlon. said it had some helpful Information ant would< hulii. the number tOne I-U: 1 JM.AATUKDAY ,
CALL24HOURS shown some Improvement.'' lthln the funda available 1:00 SUNfMY t:fl 0 OPENING SPECIAL

The new request it said", had they can: request and lecelv. --.'

A DAY \been referred' to its rngln?rsThe t'O'"t.ahartn. to. carve outpractice. FOIL LKASE: Friday, Saturday. May lit, 15 May\ 1.1-11.1.1:
which will.. help.olvr!
DAY-CAM. % 1-3201 current telephone expansion company plans the co. tervatlon probh""a Yew. Ttirr nay DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

Funds at* Umlted but all re- ri KK on MKiitu: r.:
NITK-GILL. : ..,-"":" and said the replacement qtl\ t* r.-tY4'. ronsldrratlnn. NUtton"" tm I .,.. 801 Near}

I the central office In Stoke committee farmer. M.rfcrt. U'UICA"'
the A9C county
'\t a coat of around I3r>0 000. and .. INIIRNAiioNAL '
mill,\ offer whatever' cunthartnc -
i had been recommended. Thoompany N.> F.tpvetrnrv. 'Neee" .ryr : raw.
PLUMBING ; said that Southern assistance l thy possibly "- ..M Tr.lnln.-fiC. n r

T.I. MERSEREAU I Bell If taking step to correct canTlM rlollrlxg. A/alhlbo., 115 Q t ... !r1 M SOUP Cheau"
Bradford A8CS Cotititr *
the oomplalnts concerning > *
Office .. Jncntrd. In the A rl- t'ne fr'urllw .Infornunarl. ,( Ji : ,

cultural HulMlrw. 138 North MrlleTRAVIS MATH\ a MANIA'!' Y ? lIeart 1

Temple Avtnu* in BUrkff Of. : : .
K, ,
l'. o it'1'11 'I.n-III' *
fir e hours a re f fro'n I". m to ......'.....n"1' .".. F'la13W. :

Completely Finished Friday.4:30: p. m. M7t-1.y through .-.... ..... .nCHHICOlORUlCHHISCOrf: 111 IIliedIl l f OPI'N INfR'BIn NS'0001INEll H


The company also asked the ) PLUS 12 GREAT ACTS AND I THE BEATLES . :

BEDROOM : rhsiwkrr to endoriu repeal of I Plus -
3 .
eirlte lax ht'-h ad'JnTO
Federal KING I Plus -- .. 'e
per cent to t telephone, bins

Deer Shoot i dailY I IWIS I -i


Bill Drafted SIZE ; l I t Drim '

BUILT ON YOUR LOT Continued From r.ce fmcnmpllnt .> .d: .. cIMrlJaseon W..
'vgjal.r.1 during WWlAJU rtI .
ID..* past .**.tn ronrwrnlnffleer i 1'<"' .

lnv dine their f)"dOl, et {iV'U1kcTgTn t/'JI1I./!! ... Yr---, II'rmwl. -
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PER MONTH Inn the -tetwlef C'ro-om' out ntitrawberry Sun., Mon., Tucg. May 16, 17, 18 ''lm e.p1.7wL h4 : --

plant., aM damasring ----ibic. ..
5 8 \ the phi.tte mulrh with !

PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST lh.U- hmfirrmBradford ", 3.
arena-..- -.. F t i
Oiunty will h. From ,the nMfnOl' ":I Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, WednesdayMay

pn to. -r hunting In trw KINO sIn fCNIsi of an American boyhood! 16, 17, 18, 19

.... .
These Homes Built In earning on.Board 11u .as.-ie.O11 lady DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
... pew "sMWlMCM' 0W. t Q.'J'
....V to .,eN I a. W Yloa. 1
Approves t La..aA Cwt I hryf fr,
*ft ( fly
FLORIDA .>:M""atI:: Y ,r..a't
Waldo Site WO HZt INK :' I'ilIOM' I'EUKISSl1l

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I(Continued r ntn' Page One furmi, *MWflftCETOT7IE
.Model Open Daily: *'" ::.V J > .\.) to 7:00: .'.,t. .... .......... ..,.w x

"IVM. lie. .i t.. .i. a mrn! dollars ..... -"doe r.r
Sunday: 1:00: to :00 i It w Kn into P. b4': tTrnnty -. eI ._. .. 4
I'" ''' !'!a.! _..Net-wNfl DOOGIM
I Room 55bad.ed .1' s-dt f'', d 'W f GtfN1ffOOD'SJHlA STEVENS.MRWN
lf.*r (.arport A limy ., St.! ...... '.',111 t ar.
St .*L Het-trle Utilee llealrrt1ai !. lsi.r/r rk 'iII wrr "nil. v tl'fY

II.,.,....... >r..* .\.huntafMrrh "1...wC..t..e J nort of tyir" sH 1t int: :()' m rYO"'S"onal WlSl..Itt' .

Nhtebl ('aMart. (.rWaW Tila 1oooMw "II" l a.nJn; now hebNd KJNO STZIIBradford Plus 1
IS.alt "
a..a.. ..... ...., I
(.5..1x/.1 Til oath r- Wed. Thuu. May 19 20
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KI. Id.t W- tally need' the n"'* 7- .. ...... .
r .,....,1'..... 1..1.....,. 10It \mp n.ort- "M.rsk.' *- also ....lrk8. .. row --1.1'
tealiwv r..... ri'--..w ...- '.. ady .... -
lt.OwRTt' Heater teed a vocational school In __ S1, It w: s .Pi .rr
Hill' tmtcuriin
iT.klo.' Win Mid. tonjj n 1 .

BEEN Homes Inc. 'Thou from WiOn atUndm DEAH KIM reynold/ btJone

.. th* meeting' in addition I r ).

'It< 1 -...-'.rd and WIJIH .
J LhMN\ .. i'LON I"h v D T W-fce Charlie W G'OCDaVO :
s3a > .1'--.4. .ire.I ..,
;don. J
Tel su. D t n flIrma \ \ .
.rar r I.r .ti' O.. roy i4 .tn.\d.on.\ calla ,tl ; CH .-

I-- -I fhr"2-., Ire r and-I is-...-w......... la ..1Uf'.c ., 11- NewYA1E -I I R Rake L .8, Sruoman ax.4 Ra1pb 1 4NOVA1t It spwaiter _.t H .,-.

rVbooi Board mrmbers pn. .. .
I .cut were lieu Lawson, Dan matthau.r .

I ADDRESS.I KarlJa. and Arthur IlutU- CountyTELEGRAPII ., -

If to carat are. Bleaw .._1.a1rwt"" I lay f A. 4.pp was r ,t pr.. nvw erero

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...\(: 'Waldo Civil War antiques.The Rotarians Will more adequate facilities for County Florida and file the original In the c- (:'ot'%TY COMMISSIOERis: adopted a Resolution eloilni
Fete &'" 4' t/27 floe of the Clerk of the Circuit CLOSING: THAT CERTAIN I I vacating and abandoning the
He added
public is Invited to all our Negro citizens. .
Court on or before tile 24th day ('O"- TY 6RflEfl HOlD l.YIn cv.-i.iim county rulod road I ly
Attend Charter however that ". we need :\OTICM ..... ..... _. -I ,
events. !0 iIFitI; ) vI allAy. t.ut Vmii IX "":('TI<>:V 90 TOWNSHIP InsIn Section 30. Town.hip
Starts May 21 1 1F help from them and If they In Clrt'iiH.. (:....rl. .UrnilfiirilC legations of ald Complaint will a HOTTH. HAUII 22[r South Ranee 12 East and run
Night BanquetA ;.unl. ), ...rld...' In i .bunterrCunt l b. taken a. confa."d by you. EAST AND HLN11. FROM' nine from State Road 100 01
Lyle H. Buck provide the leadership w \o. I.1-4IHI This notice shall b* puoll.neuonee 14R MUAII I4M CX '1'lit:1, the West to Blat. Road 8-100-.,.
1 th, Wild, ''l from th'tajt. can get something done." tr!,irolfl n Hmlts' Plnlntlif vi each week for tour con- "' .:Sl' TO ST41K ROIl RKH -I (Edwards Loop) on the Eut
stlvUles! tor III' d Ififatlon
? Marlene D. Smith Defendant. .ccutlve week In the BraJCorUi >-A 'F.UW.o\RO'1i LOOP O\ I and renouncing and diaclimlag
Centennial m-irklng-the 100th Rites Set ) .> Rjtav;: Club Is ex.)ect- Speaking; on the situation .\l HICK TO APPEAH ounty Telecraph. 'IMR FHT! %NII Dle- "I1IIO any right of the Count)
annlveisaiy of the mustering cd to atttnj: Charter Nigh board Mcrrltt Williams To irlena D. Smith Add.. ." Duted, tu>. duy of '.prll, ANY RIGHT OP tOlN-l and Puollc in and to the Ian
.. lying within the confines
l I'M.I know nVim I Ih6. '. A l> '. P101 PIUI.U'I" o'
out of CcmfC'era! trojps( In For 'ep'l,Itlcs for thi nw: Lsk! said "Thorn seems to I ai,- ...,(...!h> notfflad I hat IMAL> C M. '!'<> TIIK1 I.AUirillN 1.1"' ti aald aftie(1....>rlacd !..".J..
; CharleyE. r :; May 1885 will get under wa FridayLyle Butler Rotary: Club In Unto be a It.ader.ihlplaCuum among 'i sUit, for !DIvorce hRs been ChARLES! A nAnny, \\ : TIIK tO"'E.'IIIIUIOF. luted this 4: i Iiy of Mcy
cafcterl our colored residents. riled mtalnnt you In the above ,'I"lk| nf the ('irtil", < nr, I : t. D lass
Friday. Mey 21. with a pi Corntv Vlih S"hoil
ouiiH-d,,, Court, find .. ... I in '.. U'I of c' ,'.. '
1 "It"" 'ind V..II 11\% lti.i.l.1 M l :1ii. .I.'.I.I "If"1 IT1' (:,0"( : c Hoard : rnixmlilonori -
air! !>.1X supper at the Wald Ilaywood Buck Jr. 08 Saturday nIght at 7-30o'clo-l': Blood\vorth< announced that inreciuir'd, to ni-rve 'I....*.'v ,.ryi.iir I 1'1'10'.1't I < l 1 ir Masonic Lodge starting a'' died( at his homo In Keystone The n"tv c'itt' !! wis sponsor- jeveral applications for tha answer ur. ploadlriK to lhfiiiiiiiliilnt > l/i'J: 41 1/iO ',nCA"! 4. 1965 In accordancewith Florida
.. the Plaintiff' Section S36.09 through CHARLES A. DARHT
on t At I By
Heights Wednesday morning recreation director
Johns 7:30: p. m. by Starke Rotary. ob of city I ii,"I i iivy I lion (IcuririH, 1'1..r i ,'ep %OTICI 1 OK .\l>OPTI\ OK smC.I2, Florida Htatute, the dork of aald Board
1 h.' supper) ; will ba fo'.lowe': after a sudden lllncim. District;; Owernor: Bill Ham have been received, but thatno O Drawer 1030. 8tl&rk.l'la./ NULITION'" UP liD titi> OK Bnunl of County mmliiloner. (Official Real)
I March 6, decision hUH I been< made. of Uradford County. Florida 1 t"nll 6-13
Born In
about this question: by an old-timey: dress anI Tampa on rick of Jacksonville will repre. yet
I talent contest according te 1009) Mr. Buck had been employed sent Rotary International! a He reported that John II3li -- -- -

about this question: Fred Donaldson. Jr., chairman as recreation directorat he prp*nts the charter to th ning is continuing to serve aj

fp: "Our home was insured of the event. A Junior king the Florida State Prison new club. director until the vacancy Is

I :Brad for $10.006 when it burned and queen of the Centennla since 1951 and had lived In John Sims. Scout Executiveof nlled. "Yes, I 0m old enough TAKE IT

1 week to the ground. A similar -;I will! be chosen from contest- Keystone for the past three the Alachua District! wa' Other members attendingthe for REALLY GOODtypewriter f! R : H FROM SMITH-CORONA'S

Coaof ,. home will cost $16,000'I IJin& ants between the tees! of 7 years. He was a member of truest speaker at the club board meeting were Ran- a unO A"Ii f QUICK BROWN FOXl
I and 14. the First Baptist Church of Wednesday and showed color lal Chitty George Pierce !" ...
to at today's prices.
ilRpe The final Queen Con tea Palatka and was a former slides of the site of the new Mrs. Harold Godwin. M-s. "Typing is a valuable basic skin that

1aqua Could we have had fire insurance will be held Saturday. May 22. baseball umpire for the Flor. Baden-Powell Boy Scout Reservation Joyce Riherd and the board .TilE TYPEWRITER WITH anyone can learn And it gives personal
to pay the FULL ida State League. Mrs. Rita Mercer. satisfaction and "
to select a girl to reign over to be developed on secretary enjoyment. Smith-
8.1REPI..ACEIENT: VALUE the weekend festivities Surviving Is his wife. Laura Lake Loyal. six miles south I .1'' SPEED, STYLE AND SPIRIT Corona's famous

Th of our home, instead of Warren Buck, of Keystone east of Melrose. NOTKK OP ""'"I.U' tMOM Touch Typing
i A basket dinner will be heldon SMITH CORONA9It's
It\VB( the value?" two William W. I'-OK. 1':11: : by --
depreciated the school grounds Sun- Heights: sons Sims aald! a $550,000 fund eec. In'.HI. F. H.NOTICR Course is yours,
clvaButx day. May 23. and this will be Buck of Palatka. and Lyle H. drive Is now under way to pay rs IIKKHHY: QIVKV':: the fastest non-electric typewriter there .? with the purchase ofany
/: Charley E. Johns followed reenactment ot Buck III of Jacksonville; four for the reservation site and Its that Mr T. J. Aldi-rinun, ... thlAIdtfp \ is built for heavy duty performanceiC.4' Smith-Corona
by a of the following .rll.Iriratu
!I ia and It has
< breezy travelling.
Miss Brenda a special key
/ .
the mustering out ceremony. development program. It Is has fllod said ci rtlflc ttt portable $3.95
backner Agency Wilkinson of Keystone; Miss hoped to have facilities ready tor alA,. ll"eil to. ha ImiliilIharvon. I action that makes typing easier; an exclusive -
Co. B of the Gainesville National -
I The certIfIcate numuar jeweled a removable colored -
Fl\l( escapement
131 S. Walnut St. Laura Diana Wilkinson. Gain I
for use by Scouts of the North ..
Guard will display and y um of Immune the
deck that
platen a glides
esville Misses Winifred and 1 top away
PHONE 964-0201 ; Florida (I'lerlptluii of the property and
area the of
modern well .u by summer J '"
der _ _ weapons as Barbara Wilkinson both of alon Palatka Shaw I 1966. ......a are a. follow: ? 1 Changeable Type '. Beautiful new colors __
one brother i1ter'
-'I'' ; Curtlflr-ata No. 181Vour xL. (even gold" ), and many smart type styles' ::: __.
.... Buck of Groveland; three sinters of iHMimnco 194?. --- _
'Rec BoardTo IioMcTlptiun of Property All AI7uh1A to choose from. All steel, vinyl-clad carry- _ou.
turrft =
Mrs. Max Mrs. =
: Bogue that portion of 'VI;.. of NI'4' ,rSE'4 inS case at no added charge. -....._......-
Marshall Jeter and Mrs. Stan- ; of Ity. Boc. 2, ; AJi14
Lft 1.E. 1 ;
Ask Fund rH.. 3 Acre, : I
beCqa ton Bruner all of Palatka; UAAANT[[, Any SmtttfcConma branch office
Nutua, In whIch anife*.a and two grandchildren. _.. raplae without cnr (aicmt for labor and
Tony Dmmro. .i41i; nipping) .ny part that prove, oelectlv* within
flrjdpnfli For Reno AreaThe All of laid properf Df'r.n In S of : ... :
Funeral services w.n: ee held years pure% dale. No labor chart* withxtO
-I... County: of Urn id.. Slut, Wi--\o. \r. day of p..."...... Warranty! cva.. all part
at 11 a.m. Friday In the First of Klollda., _i MCept motor,rubber parti anerfy cell or chtrfarattar
half Awning Company'PREMIUM Palatka. with L'nIeie erich certificate or When your favorite student is ready for "::!'t," RO dayl. Doai not cover aamaia from ..cce.a ..
Baptist Church. Starke Recreation certificate. nhnll l he reilocnifd _ _ _ tJent or m''..... end Jttwto\ only to .fiiinal' ..
be her _...
_ Rev. E. F. Mayton and Rev. Board will request funds In accordIng law this property typewriter, sure you get a ......,.
John Pelham officiating. Interment ,lecrlbod Uf inch cvrtlfIval or Smith-Corona9. carries .
Its next budget to provide ad- the anuranee ;
artlflcatr* will tin oM. to this e;!= ._ _ _
will follow In Oak ditional recreational facilities hlirhtt bidder. ut the courtnoufte that you're giving the finest; the newest .
QUALITY Hill Cemetery at Palatka un. In the Reno duor on thi first Monday, ,
section of SUrko
_ _ _
der direction of Johnson-Da In month of June. liiDS which I advances in design and construction, _
In a board meeting Tuesday C the }101 l clay of June, 196&rmtvd .
via Funeral Home of Palatkt.: James Bloodwnrth chairman (".. JOIIi day of April I to perform better and J last longer. Prove BRADFORD
POOR BOY PRICES'For DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 'I 9U. TELEGRAPH I
said that emphasis in the ittoyourself.TryaSrnith-Corona. --- COUNTY
Home of Starke was In charge budget "will be
on providing nUUUAII M :
of local arrangements. MOODYltd

t I Cloik. of Clicult, Court of

,,1 : Moonshine Case 12 Wides

__ Bound Over 4 12r.! i

To Circuit Court Custom Made :gL:
; I .
yoi I For Florida Living a '::1'r
I -" -

Home Week or Mobile Only Home'This -. charged Henry distillery with Benton possession and mash.Belcher of was Illegal i I YOU Get For MoreNo Your % % % QWSiflEflE:; [ tI9 NGHSR N o-l ;

bound over to Circuit Court I t UUO,1.

( Giant 8'x20' Patio Awning, following a preliminary hear- Salaried or Commissioned ,i w ._ ,.
ing last Friday before County Employees

Judge T. A. Yawn. "
ONLY $139 Beloher had been declared] I DAD & HAD LARSEN ZO Word..* or lean" one time_ _ .95 Memorials, Resolution _____ Co per W.r4

-_ Embossed Alum. or White Raked Enamel Insolvent by the court and his I LIKE TO WORK If not paid In advance.__ _ 1.23 Ctard* of Thanks, up to SO word, ___ _JMO

case assigned to Public Defender Keyed or llllnd Ads, __ _________ 1.29 ,rr SO word -__--_ So per wd

rr- WE INSTALL FREE & GUARANTEE: B. A. Oreen Jr. He la YOU Benefit Each additional word over :20 .08 Display ad. In Claaalfle.
NOTHING DOWN at liberty under *800 bond. I
Belcher was arrested last All Sizes on Display' !insurance Problems? HASTINGS:' MATTRESS CSED MACHINE SALE:
Terms To Suit Your Budget
month at his home on Highway PEYTON FLORIST
8-10-12 VIdes A t'pI
Sinter Portables $9..5
South following Braid Call The Man From ft UPHOLSTERY WORKS I|
!!II Other Sizes & Colors Available \ by State Federal. and I'' 1 '!/i llaths!! "Keystone"George '14 Lemon St. Palatk 'FUE 119 PHONE S. THOMPSON M4-41SJ ST. I I f I SINOER COMPANY 403 Fl N'I
and Expandable) Furniture Repaired Marlon St. Lake City.
County officers. NIGHT 9694691DISTINCTIVE
Free Estimates Call Collect 376-8888 I tfeha
i. 753-4M1
E. LaRue Upholstered ft Refinished
I New and Used Keystone Heights MATTRESSES\\ RERUIL1 'had The ClaAAiflect.f! i I "'. Wire Flower Anywh rtfchg.
Gainesville Fla.
*m. Plastle Notebooks $2.20 at the IF YOUR NAME IS' FOR RENT8 miles south of

I I Telegraph. 8Yr. financing available Consultant For All Your New InnerMp" FOUND AMONfJ:\ .TUTICLASSIFIED I Starke. 7 acres. 6 rooms furnished -

.___ I Insurance Rot Springs/ ADS. CALL, I house on hard road.
------------------- -.1-.1 Needs.
-- -- -- -- I Drop I1. A C"art or Call AT TIlE: TELEGRAPH FOrt RENT!: One bedroom Call 964-6801 or 4681147.

Use Our Rental-Pur Rep reuniting PALATKA KA B-O-M OFFICE: FOIl A FRF.r' trailer. Also space with )&- I Stcna 513

chase Plan-Payments Great /tmorlriin In*. Co. MRS. PEGCJT RIIALLER !TICKET TO THE TLORIDA !.I' tins Westmoreland Trailer I

IT'S ILLEGAL I Ir Under $50:> Per Month The Traveler, In.... Co. 209 E. Adkln. St. THEATRE. Park. Phone 969-3291: or 11611-1

Tel 473-4692 Day Start.... Agent I 2151. tfch_, FOSTER SRI SMITH

; 473-4325 Nile. :.fRS.n.Lo HOUGH If Yon WIU Act QuickI

h. MOWMobile / Auto Fire Home BusIness FOR SALE Petunias Bnap 1 can sell you a modern three

'; For Any Person or Persons to Engage in Home SitesAVAILABLE Monthly Fajmoct Plan and Dragons other Holly annuals.hocks Dill Collas Boy BE Book SURE before TO buying SEE any World other Auto Radiator ShopCar bed room In Starke CB home at a on real paredstreet bar J

Bert Steak' Tomato plant.
Encyclopedia. M A. Payne Running; Hot( gain price.
I CARP'S SERIES 191 Bell Pepper" Plants Rosebushes your local representative! slrve" Radiator Leak X J. Thomas. Realtor.
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Shrubbery. Mrs. V. R.
Full Lake Privileges Ferguson Ralford Rd. phone 1938. P. O Box 603. Phone Cleaned & Repaired' _Tel. M4-57U
Expectant Mothersw. 964-3794. tfchg : New & Used Radiators
Homestead Exempt- \ 004-5R71 R'arkr.! tfchu WANTED TO BUY 5-10

Financing Now Carry A Auto Repairs & Brake I acres of land near 8trte.

Die Name Is Registered Compute Line of WANTED LAWN won.'K.-- FOR RENT!: Two apartment Service I Call 964-5944 after 6 p. m.
An-j: Maintenance. Phone 969- The Right Price AtStrobo's 8-13
Lake Geneva One 3 bedroom un- I_ _
4082.: 6-37
Wear 4tp
Maternity furriGhed. one 3 rooms furnInhrd Garage
I FOR SALE-1 MO Valiant, au-
Read This Florida Law Trailer SalesOn MR. FISHERMANYou can I I Call 964-56A3, Call after' 1.111.: S :.tOl on Edward, tomatlc-V-300. 4 door. Best offer -
3:30 tfctia
: p. m.
CARP'SVERIFIED now get your supplies. Including Loop Rd. over $325 00. Can be seen

; worm for flmhinir% at : Phone 961-5171 at 1408 N. Randall St. Phone
Route 100. One !Mile SRKev : Smith Shell Station. FOR 8ALK
1X14-3651. }tp 6-13
*.tnne, IleightisOpen / 1.abY'1 Over 20 Years Experience' _
p "It shan be unlawful for any person .r penonfl, BJ define ......, Unl'lt'e Sun. & Evenings; 1\Itad7 mix conep.'te: concrete tchJr.
I CLOSE-OUT!: First grade pencils
j !' In buslnew' as herein defined under a fictitious name an herein 4.I .- I ATLANTIC Service Station I block. mortar home piers mix rock sand steel eetnent. 6c each: TOe do.; 14

clerk: of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business 'I for right man. Small amount .ray..!, llntrl. BRADFORD MAKE: RESERVATIONS now Trt.IrTlPh. tfKIVOSirY

I.. wIts registration shall)) consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affldarit I' of cash required. Call J, C !:NOlf. CO. Phon 84-3331 for 1965 and 1966
VALUES Lawton. Patatkn 32 -20CH j jI Starke. tfcht klnd..rpr-I
I signed by all Interested persons, stating under oath the names of I tt'n. Phone & : LAKE
NEWECONOMY I "Night 32: -1I9511 I Priest 4tchn 937 Two cotUtes for rent by weekor
ell those Interested In the business enterprise the sxtent of the In.tenet Guaranteed fly two w eks. Modem conrenience -
FOR SALE Good Three room I
of each, and the fictitious name under which ssJd. business Is carried Badcock Furniture and residential properties" In I' partly FOR RENT furnished- house bath. DREW REDDISH *. private docks.

on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring Starfce. Improved and unim I tile floors. spacious closets! I Make reservations now for

to engage In business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or Friday NightSPECIALS proved. H. V. Knight. P.O. screened veranda. Phone 9 42661. FOR SALS-Two 7 week old Baldwin June. July 366-4477 and Auruct.\during Phone week
Drawer P. City. ttdu!I 6-11 Siamese female. Reasonable.
3tch kitten
their 'Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four CHAMPION 6 P m. Mrs. D. C. Agin. Bos
I Al o long silk orinna -
I, '
((4)) consecutive weekn In !dome' newspaper as defined by law In the county I $5:>> Down Between' I over taffeta formal prom ,.405. Baldwin. P1*. SIp 5-37:
I I54tt6ntk FOR SALE Fill dirt soil).
where said registration Is to be made and said! registration shall not b. 6 and 9 IVM.: FridayDelivers top BICYCLE. Olrfs 28-ln. Practically dress. *!xe 12. Call 944-1391 W A.NT"DtJt"CS white woman -
trartor work. new and uMd| | .
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of anyAppliant't' I building iupplln. W. T. Jaek- new. Blue with .hlt-lnFxeellent 3tp 5-37 to do housework and !help
trtm. Wire basket! Birt rh11drt1C&J1
Listed! 1k4'sw.Dnly 1 care for small
such "ton BuIlding Material and M-1
publication. condition. 1031 W ltchMEJTS
FOR SALE-cub tractor and
fhlnory Supply. Phon 5444001 -
One- Madison after 5 p. m. 96D1421 .
equipment. Good
Door Noree! tfehc 3tch. 520 Crawford. P. O. Box | USED work uniforms.

If you are engaged in business under any name 1.79COSTS 75 I.h. Frer' I AVON CAH.INO I 351. La."y." Up | An color*. sixes. Pants shirt

$139.93 I LADIES. Millions are viewing MILLIONS\ of nigs have been I Come get them. $1.50 persuit.
I II I Avon Calling" on TV. Show cland with Blue Lustre If- In rear of Madame Rob

other than and have had this COSTS USS TO UII I [nlv OnehfOttSOiflt- and you will sell) -We'll train America's finest Rent electric FURNISHED!: 3 bedroom jvpartment j erts' paJmUt'<< hotne. Hlwmy 301,
not name S FirlKttdLtvcrnntcthm.provn for rent. Wall to
your own, depcndaMt by mU-.. it.; 'u. Ft. I you to earn the amount of shampooer' tl. Starke Hard. wan S miles south of Starke. 964-
carprtirur. screenel por-
lions of UMI* Refrigerator& 33 I.b. money you need.! Write Mrs. ware.FOR. '815. tf
chea. cool 6000. Phon'
Choice of 4 mIen Free7er Compartment Oulda Sweat! P. O. Box 640

properly advertised and registered we will be ramous Rtntw pol 1I. Good Condition Ltv Oak. Fla.ruRIft1"URE SALE-I Garden trmc- 6AA-14I\A lIp I'FOR SALE-WestlnglMMue refrUerator. '-

*" lint, medium w broad $119.95$ ; I tYouth la. ) I tor: 1 cement mixer.: 2 bIcycles BURNED OUT HOUSE an< I 149 lb. freezing
Unconditionally uarintMd* Char. lot for sale. 805 Alton Road. If ;' compartment. Metal cabinet
BARGAINS. Used Bunk beds Bjy and I1rt. See

glad to all Information toy ....nnlM, ...,... hI.."*. )nly One- I or Twin 39 x 73. Wood with I In Gould next to J*.sle Newsome Interested call: Uacclrnny AL, 40" a 3S" x 38-. Telephone
give you necessary as Mlwttll, ..d.. -'-"* >. F_ Norse 9.5 Cu. Ft. RL 100 9-7819 :3tp S-37..M4-1304 Stark., 3tt >-30E.
..p.l. .r w ...p4..c m.... Mnrf 35 Lb. Freezer Pink coil springs and tnnersprtngm Body Shop= ,
...d no F. I.sdIa. '. ..... ..ttres9fa! with n..w apre3dJJ.D I 'It..r"' itt !:. KELVUAN
.4..b. C .. ..1. $119.95:>> FOR RENT Furnished 4
with 8 drawers formica -

what you should do.BRADFORD .l _. -z ? 1 Have Two too (white) H-30. W29. D-14 I' $10 00 REWARD for returnof I room and bath spartmrnt. 118 I I'I THE JIM WALTER OORP-
t hIovsya. CHEST 4 drawers H-38. W- lone haired blond female' ''I S. Water St. Phone HI -UaS ORATION ha. 3 bedroom
!-Dr. Norire llefrisrerntor
,-., 29. D-14 CHEST-WARDROBE dOff. Resembles toy colic tte--. [
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t i Than and large lot foe sale
iI 1 Yr. Old. Excellent '
I 3 drawers H-43. W-30. Named babY. Call collect Keystone
I r.Iill! t"R.'S<'F. oat bOA on the loop. About
Condition D-14. VarnIshed Good 473-4735 Up
wood. Heights
AT Rrnrrrn: R \rrjtAITO. 1 mil from 100 on left. For
$199.95:>> conditIon SETS' OF SHELVES -I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH i. """ ... FIR r. nor more Information call coilect
i.I !_A i il 's """iI P-__ I' 4 slue H-4H. W-3S. D-12: FOR SALE BY OWNER: DOYLE E, ('ON'(F.W Jacksoarfn} 3A8-4161.
I Open' Afternoon 3 ibw HW9.:!: :! D-13: 3'' IXSt"K.-: CF. AGENCY Stchy SItS

L I and Friday till 9 p.m. else H-28. W-24. D-14. Shelves 3 bedroom 2 bath. ConsrPte Uc4i'

Bradford County W. S. Badcock blue enameL Items must to. block home. Lane linn FOR 8AU-lt5 1 Plymouth

Telegraph All or separate. 1031 W, Mad- room. kitchen and dining FOR RENT 3 room and I 4-door bard Ie>>. New Urea.WOO. .
Furniture & Appliance' i ison after 5 p. m. 969-1421. area. Otr&ee. Central h atlrur. bath furnished' cot Phone See at 1205 Pratt St. or

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the most pars with handicap
/ Thomas
I Endorsed

FOR MRS. DAN DODD Board Powers Utility I
By Mary K. Schaeffer Miss Reba Hall. Miss Jull. (Lake Santa Fe)

. anne Nelson, and Miss Jean.
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-----------------vas&-----------------&e Reese were co-hostesses on County Rep! Louis Introduced Huntley a of bill Clay In I Mrs. Jack F. MUlrr. For School AidA For City Council

WEDDINGS AND MORE Imler of Oainesvllle. to Henry Friday shower evening.. May 7, at a the State Legislature Monday uu.u.AA..A..u....
bridal given for newlywed -
WEDDINGSMr. Q. Hall. Sr. of Keystone Mrs Dan Dodd at the authorizing Clay County It seems we are Just about proposed 10 per cent utility
and Mrs. M. r... Sibley of Heights on Saturday. May I, .. Zoning Commission to estab- to bunt our seams out allover tax: for relief of Clay
Hall home on NightengaleAve. Koyatone heights got u City Councilman effective
new Tuesday
MacRae announce the marriage in Folkston" Oa. lish a fee for permits Issued out here. We are getting County schools was ,endorsed night-
of their daughter Roberta Mr. and Mrs. Hall are living for electrical and plumbingwork. new neighbors on All sides Tuesday night by the Keystone after the June meeting that is.
Lytton to Dan Marwkk In the Hall home on Nighten Mrs.SIble Dodd... the former Roberta new houses! are going up all Heights City Council In I Unnniniuu.sly endorsed' fur the vacancy that will be created by the forthcoming -

Dodd. son of Mr. and Mrs. gale Street, overlooking Lake lovely gifts.,The received hostesses many had Setting a minimum fee of over, and now we are even a 4-1 vote. I resignation of Jack Haberatroh wall Walton L. Thomn.s. a resident of
Tied: Dodd of Keystone Keystone. interesting and hilarious $1 and a maximum of $SO, getting a trailer court started) I I With only Councilman Ed Keystone wince March 1962( and an employee of Sperry-Knnd Corporation in
Heights. The wedding took COUNTRY CLUB NEWS games for the guests to take the bill specifies that no per A very charming couple Art Bennett dissenting the coun- iainewille Uefore coming to Keystone{
place ''n Polkston." Oa. on Jan The following item should part In. and served delicious mit shall be required for alter and George Wheeler' are in cllmen urged passage of the I Mr. Thomas was employed' by>
uary 9.The have been in last week's Telegraph refreshments. atlon work, where the alter- the slow process of putting tax measure at the current I General Electric In Anniston '

bride la a graduate of but it was in no way Shower guests Included! : Dianne ation does not exceed 25 percent this Idea Into being They planto legislative session after strong II I Ala. This will b" hla rlft pub-#
Keystone Heights High School the fault of publicity chairman Brokas. Suzanne Nelson of existing Installation. concentrate just on young pleas by Walton L Thomasand lid office/ r
Class of 1964: the la a All collected would go folks I Near the close of
groom Louise Gallop but rather Mary Ann Schaeffer, Margu- money who are over 401 The MIllS Emma Kate Mans I Tuesday
graduate of Bradford County the fault of your correspondent erlta Float" Linda Burrls Mrs to the County Commission's Wheelers have trailer space field. night's\ meeting1 lloberatrolt,*
High School Class of 1963. who didn't get the Item Lena Clemens Mrs. general fund. planned for 20 trailers, and I IClay County Representative now\ serving<< as Keystone mu-
Both attended St. Johns River in the mall until the following Funderburke. Mrs. Linda Betty Hen- Other bills Introduced by want folks who wish to stay Louis Huntley who ilIAd < ;r nlclpnl Judge, repeated his !n-o..
Junior College. Mr. Dodd is day.Thursday.. deraon. Mrs. Carole Sibley Huntley would authorize the In this area after retirement earlier proposed\ introducingthe r totvtUm to resign his council
associated with his father In Apr. 29. wag Mrs. Henry Hall. Sr.. Mrs County Commission to levy aUX They hope to fill the premises I utility tax bill announced gent after the June butget-pre.
the construction business. qualifying' day for the 'Christ- Mary Nelson, and the bride's not to exceed one-half with the kind of people who last week that he was withdrawing ,. paving meeting. He recommended : -
The couple is residing in the offers Tournament" to be mother Mrs Davie Sibley. mill for maintaining the Zoning will knit together as one big it because of insufficient : Thomas for the vacancy -
little house belonging: to Mrs. olayed May. 6. 13. 20 and 37. REMINDERThis Commission; permit the happy family. They have Uilr public support)! << tr .. and accompanying;
Axel Malmgren. on Lake Ge- This wUl\ be Match Play with one has been County Commission to Include first couple In already-Mr. Speaking on behalf of Clay I I I chairmanship" of the Council'
neva. Handicap. Seems like another ;! In the various announced $9.000 in Its budgets for advertising and Mr: Andy Doswcll who County School Superintendent!I raw and, Finance Committee.
newspapers ,
From California comes busy month of golf with 18 already, but this Is just and promoting pro- feel that they are Just not Jesse Tyncs, Thomas described r'd n .t The oonimeniliitlor. r, was un-
a reminder -
news that Tony Brault second qualifying. Side Tournamenton that Rickey Sunder- vided that no more than II.- old enough to retire to the the bill as an emergency anlnioimly approved, and aim
lion of Mr and Mrs. L. R Thursday Apr. 29 was 000 be used for advertising in old folks home. The Bowall received t the endorsement of
land of Keystone Heights will measure which should be repealed -
Brault of Keystone Heights. "Beat Your Par" with Mrs. be getting married to Jody newspapers and other publications plan to upend part of each If and when a three Mayor At IX Deanley and City
has met and married Miss Alex and bill requiring the Attorney Horwlck Anderson.Thomna .
a Brokas as winner. Ward of Palatka this Saturday ; a year In North Carolina, and per cent "acrou the board"

Patricia Ward. They were Sunday. May 2. a Ladles' at St. James Methodist County Commission to publish their winters here In their aals tax Is passed to supplement was present at tile
married In early March. Tony Choice Two-Ball. Tournamentwas Church In Palatka. a detailed summary of the trailer. This sounds like an teacher salaries. lie said I meeting. having, appeared to
is located at Le Moore Field held with tee-off time at FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS minutes of its meetings In a ideal place to spend your I the utility tux would have a ask Council endorsement of a

a Naval Air Station In CaU- 3:30: p. m. There were 44 player President Frank Nooney newspaper!' of general. circulation "Golden Years" In time to <:SO\ annual ceiling, and wouldbe Thomas llulx>ntroh( ten per cent utility tax bill
fornia. in for Clay County whooU (see
Clay County I come, the Wheelers plan to earmarked for teacher
presided at the
regular meetIng
Mrs. Alleen Padgett of Winner of First Flight-" << of the put In an area for washing alarlos. story on thin J.I.)
Hague announces the marriage First Low" Gross Mrs. E. ... Volunteer Keystone Fire Department Heights I 1 1I I and drying clothes and poe*l- Miss MiMn&flctd\ a veteran! Meek Ilimtlng Right.
of her sister Maxine Alken and I City Denies Formal action was deferredon
John Rufflni: Sec Tuesday May 4. with nine bly a "pick-up" grocer Call teacher in the KeystoneHeights ResponsibilityIn Walker
a request" by Llntlney
1 ond Low flm**. Mrs. Arthur and check with them K you .
------ school, described the
members absent pr*..lilent nt the Keystone
FREE U. S. GOVERNMENT Ketch. Fremont Tollea: Firs1 Chief Everett: Fox reportedthe are IntereotM. You may well I teacher situation an "more Height porUmr.. Club that
Low Net Mrs. Alex Brokas. be glad you did! Loss of Items From
than "
BOOK ON HEARING AIDS following calls during desperate' and predicted SkytelA the organization be given'
Pete O'Connor By Mrs. Grant Rothhanmer Mr.: and Mrs
; Second Low George: Ellis
tire Martin that unless something! U 1 done ,
"Hearing Loss Hope Thru April: grass on hunting\ rights on the Keystone -
Net; Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. report no company lately. but
Kes arch" Lake Keystone: building and a a..AAAAAA..u.AAuMel "You will have classrooms Airport property
Writ or Can 8r.. and Earl Vovles. brush fire at Billy Rose. home: from the letters they received. without teachers next fall." suggestion by Counclltnai Bourn retorted!' Councilmen eemmi to favor
Second Flight Winners: brush fire. Spring Lake; shed! ,... Duplicate Bridge this week, they can look out! She snld that Clay County Is Jack llaberstrolt that the ciiw. Mayor M It Beanley! said, the proposal, but Airport
GainelviIJeHearing First Low Qross. Mrs. E. T and brush fire Spring Lake; The winners at Melrose Their children will be getting fifth from the bottom among of the miming"" articles trim "TlieiT'B a moral issue Involvr O mmlMlonr lilll) Warren auld
Martin and A! Watson; Second for last vacations and Plan to head. to .. the Keystone! Airport flkytr I .
: Aid Co. brush fire at Bon Mr'. on Duplicate Bridge Club Florida counties in salary whether the amount U $? several angles would have to
a. N. )laIn GaljM.vUI I : Low Gross. Mrs. C, B. Highway 21; brush fire at week Include the following: the lake with Mama and Papa scale foe: leathers with base< S78-009.1:' Oarber and Frank Ottlnger: Parks on Lake Geneva Mrs. Thvlma Fry and Mrs. I I and what better. Place' pay of only 14300,. for college! Into solid opposition Iron I KIKHMlblllly to ball out anybody before a definite tlecUrton could
First Low Net. Mn. Ray Olson Charlie McOlave reportedthe Walter J. Orollck. first. place; could they t'OIIIholnl" to see graduates: other Council members al t In a rNlle of this kind b* made,
and Marshall Gallop; Second following ambulance calls Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. their parents and the lake to Councilman Roy Watkins Tuesday\ uluht'it, meeting lie added, that the> Issue "la a Walker aitUI. the club proponed
Low Net. Mr,. Fremont Tol- for April; Chapman to Medical Phillip Kromer, second place; boot! ob.icrmt that the burden of llabi'rxtroli said he had. matter between the injurers a program of managed
MURRHEEInlurance" les and Lindsay Walker. Center, Gainesville' ; Mrs. J. W. Foster and Mrs. E. The Bunce family have been. school support must be removed I. been approached by \. IMTMXI and the ore who took. hunting on the property, and
The first round of the. Ooetsman to Bradford County B. dots third place; Mrs O going like mad lately-trying from real entitle, and that Starling of Graham and thai t the property"o would provide bumfor/ any
Agency ChrMoffera Tournament was Honpltal: Masters and Cooley M. Allen Jr. and Mrs. Roland to get son Bur It v ready for hU he would favor endorsement'' Starling did not want t Attorney Andersen agrees' damage that might b* don to
played on Thursday. May 6. to Bradford County Hospital Bryan and Mrs. Paley Boyd trip to New York with the of the bill.Councilman. prosecute. anyone In the! matter that "the l General) Insurance and other rounds will be played It was voted to have Don and Mrs. C. Matson tied for senior class of Keystone Bennett and "but feels entitled to reo the vrrKtue" latarllngl( If the Airport la clod to
May 13. May 20 and May !fourth !frights Dut II y'a mother. reminded imbursemrnt. for 11"1111remov. Councilman Watkins. would benefit
FIRE CASUALTY. !'U-I Morgan have new door for thrJeep I place. Mayor M. L. Bcaley said "I 1 hunting It only
RINK AUTO BON1MK 27, on which day It Is con stall installed, and to pay I MrUro Woman'a Club Thelma. says she U biting her I I the group that Keystone already ed from the building", after till don't know what happen!' the "lawbreaker and treepaaari -
..vmv. 4TS-4TM +I I cluded.: Roy Tyre for labor In construotion The Men-one Woman's Club fingernails off to the nub get has a 10 per cent utility! hv had purchased<< It from the nt out there It looks. to m, ," and that If K were opened .
Also on May II, a 9-hole Side of the building used held IU but meeting Wednes ting'thW boy properly clothed tax plus a small stale tax on city. like a case of plain stealing to the general public It
In fire college demonstration. day. May 66. at the club house to go. She says he fears when utilities.. "Adding another 10 HalK-mtroh said that mite!h I f H'n't .._ what else yov would b* unfair to those who
Chief Fox reported the. rtslgnallon Luncheon was served at noon. she hears the word "N<*w per cent would mean. that I of the material Incluillni I could call It.* have gritting right
Frigidaire Maytag_ ... -.. Zenith .9L DarrtlLDavU.The" with Mrs. Phillip Kromer.Urs. York" from now on. she U I'. consumers will bo paying a three lavatories a alnk BIK I Watkins. U\ei\ asked. It some Walker sail. the club'. proposal
'- folknTln commit I .C. C. Matson and Mrs llahto to IM out a shriek t Havefun i 31'4 per cent tax on bills up "trout' of the plpn" had beer. I city employe removed the art! had the approval' of H.
Motorola Seigler) Heaters i for the annual fund drive was Mary Pearaall as hostesses *for all of us. Bucky, and I I''to (to." Bennett said located and would boo returned r ctaf. from th. Hkytrl "with approval U] Kennedy, present la.ehol-
appointed: Marshall Donald The Melroa Junior Worn- we will,1 the Juicy details I Councilman Jack u sh'r- to ataillttrt llrmn atlll! miss or knowledge of any dee of graaJng/ right at Ute
I at the next weeav lh* Injr would amount to less than I II. acid that oltlaen -
FeddersYEOMAN'S son. to secure the proper envelopes tn's Club will meet stroh said he would favor city official? Airport. any
for maillnc; Stick; T*- club house tonight (Thursday I Ist Tom and Jim Ron of Jacksonville bill which would require him 1100. Hubrrntroli said and he When Councilman! Beam of Keystone )Illjht4( (
,I But Beam. Charlie McOlave. B o'clock All members art are down for a few" to pay something toward Slll>>- proposed that Htarlln bo reImbursed !- mil the q"t'atlon to the nwmbrrs. would b* eUglble for membership .
Sales & Service.MELROSE I Money-L.. P. Carr and Dick 'irge-1 to be pr...ntCpUropal rty of finning Inn't It nice portof schools, which he Is for tlil.t amount with' .11 replied In the nega In the club upon pa:
Sunderland; Dance music Church I when two brother reach retirement not doing under!' the prevent ninnies. from the Airport Fund tl\'e-I I. e. they> hAd not given ment of .a /e... Hunting on the
I PH. 475.2371 I Joe WUlt Arrangement Rev.. and Mrs.. Jean Chance I .... they can 1M tax structure "BUrllng hal rnouuh Information permission nor had any property would be restricted
Charlie McOlave. Don Morgan. will be In Jacksonville Sun I aach'irood' flatting companions W.tIlIM' motion for en- !to lit) to court" lUtx-r- knowledge! of the .removal to member only,
Dick Spence-Thorn: lay. Rev Chance ls exchanging I for each other? Itnpe to gee dorMnnent was carried by a atroh nltl. "and I am auuRRnt- The Skytrl" was purchaser, .
and Price" Robert more of them altttntr out front Inn this settlement In order! to several' (Continued On .Next Page)
"Quality Roy Tyre, ticket: Everett ( b pulpits with Rev 4.1 vote mnntha ago from the
(Continued on next page) I Johnson of St. Martins In the here pulling In tome whoppers The bill! if introduced and' dispose of the matter and prevent City of Keystone by Starling
HtahlsmU. from around these cypress passed will be In the form of more unfavorable' publicity Brothers of Graham for U.;
-.1 I Rev and Mrs. Jean Chance trees.We 1 a constitutional amendment. too MoLwern the time of It KEYSTONEDriveIn
wW be at Camp Weed In understand Mr and requiring approval In a atatewlde Council! Chairman lull purchase and time of rrmovs''rtnn '
Carrabelle next week where Mrs Earl Raln. s are down I referendum. before ecoming Ream protested that "It would the Airport, Morris tar-( Theatre
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE Rev Chance will attend Clergy from Jacksonville for theirvacation. I effective bi. IIIi-Kiil" to spend city fund In* reported to the Ilradfjrrt I Frl., Mnt.- May I 11. IS
Conference They plan to ba' 'la rrlmbiirte arimmnit. tar County Hherlff's. rtr-partm-nt
Faith rmbyierian down at least. two weeks.Little stolen. property. and suggest that article. valued at 134 Hi)
BUSINESS! DIRECTORYANTIQUES Faith Presbyterian Klnderlarten four year old Mark Sunday, hla parents Mr and nl that the matter bo tune* which\ were In thus building a' A BOY
will have advance' re- ReddUh of Htark came over' Mrs. Dolph rtcddl/ih" / came over over to City Attorney. Bewick the time the Starlings.. bli on
flalratton on Mar 19 .t II a I to his grandpMrnta. Mr and to pick: him up. If Mark alsytaa I Anderson. for dl i>n altfalirratroh It. wtre now( mlMlng.Home .
m. at the klndertarten. Children I Mrs D W Carpenter's home, buy as hU Branded when I amid tut augRi>*trd t- I nt the material' In- 10 FEET TALL
AITTO SERVICE VirilSEKY of four and five may be last Thursday, Il. ram to be Is over "here, no wnnirr a using Airport rinds nut -lixllnv tiuMl of the pip, wa
______- stay. with Orandaddy Carpen little boy doenn't! want to go city monies'That's. .
found t stored In the Key.
regUtered. with .Kdttar: C. !Robinson
TERRELL'S O.C.Carnes NurseryHlway A smorrastinrd. sponsored lee on Friday while his mother I' hornet' This Mr Carpenter U I I still publta/ funds.. (C ntln"iwl "on not page l
The Martin's Pltf'C Edward's Altar Society, accompanied a. tll'honllll'Oup' the LEAST retired person I ,
21 between Melrose '"' a !Gulf Service Hlway 100. normhome-JJ by will held In the Parish" Hall on a trip but when 1 14 came. have! ewer. aeen You should I II

and Keystone JVrTT USED' TiarA Mile BE of mark | on May :33 from II a. m to 1 1o. time for him to go homo", he I delve| by and"see hU beautiful!
ANTIQUES mm"' UOd< t'p All ItU4le Nursery Stock Thouaande m. and from 8 to 7 p. m waan't ready to go, So on j i (Contlnnwt on neat. pngeti .
Lbe4r.tlna. of Plant it pewit I. AUTO
' Adults II35.: children' 75ePMara
l'9E.I1SELL "RFl': OPEN T A.Y. T.:'" P.M Tree to chooei" ""''na. NIce will be awarded at 7 p C & C MOTORS

I' "levy Tau* worth wtthntands TRADE the Ky...... IfetfkU 47 -4TO Shad' Trei. Everfrwen a'11eh..l. i 1. t
it Ln4rap PlaMa AU UI
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saytime.! The Melrose Public Library' J a afI V Located In Downtown Keystone heights On Illway IOo-l'hon. I73-I93A

PHONE 4752415APPLIANCES Let do la planning an open house for
Service Center u* ynur Uuulwaptnf.
Thursday, May 13, from I:34)
Ph. 1.N-64Q NlgHI aa4run. North Central Florida's Only Auto SupermarketFor
BtaMard on I"rod.C to 5:SO at th. Parish' HOIMOMrs. .
, RoUt BEHVICHJohnon CretMhaw's and Mrs
Outboard '' }-AL ESTATKHOME Worley's\ cla.ra will preterit aprogram
T V Service Center 553.e A. S.rrte. on broke and Ih"IIpt'f' All Current Year
c..... .Ueatt 4 Anything
1'' .c.I. Httae .
3. R. TIIIEM rro*>rVorAatfcorised n.uag \ grades win have a display
.lath. K. DR.
BeatTrailer* rd, BR.
Motorola PhlleoBalm rAf.I.-. OU.MFJtO/IN77 --...... p.cMg. .traI. of book Jackets for which In Your Makes & ModelsVacation
and Service .
Intersection Hwy Jt-lOO heat., air conditlonlll.I .. priv will be awarded.Putnam
HnVe_ \IHO> OM .UI_ Make HTKXCO Keyston* Heights l 4TSHKAirTY T lace ....... .... a..r County FHurationAAMtriatkMl NeedsTransportation MOM I.*** Than 100 .Mlleu
I TV a a' Teww had a dinner ,

I Work Guaranteed"TV 173.4$31Air Rentals -: !SHOPWHEELER'S \ -tL. Thurndav meeting at the May Metro 4 Dr.School Ray &_._ ? ,..,_. //r
.KeyvtoM Height. Ong -Th e Spot
SUPERIOR S.E.McKay RealtorAIITO*rH. Putnam County
2 Door A Doors
Hehoel) Board Member, was *- Bank Financing
Conditioner. Bu-Tee SalonSpecialising ) KEYSTONE' : Irea'lTS the f..lufY'd1Ir' There
10% Above Coat In Phone 47S4II6Beidler's about. I 1M>> .present. fiardtopsConvertibles
(Installation extra! I 1 Bill Harris Hohrrt PUnn.June Bring Other Dealers'"Last
vVaaftm .......+.J T-V ALL FORM'*.7186REALTY 7F: TAIIRANTfl .* Daniel Eddie Roth-

aefrIVvwlae'd' IMerexurti _(1 ) _BIaenlnf hammer. Due Guide Unit Be Certain They're Safe Price" To Us
ITtntJJI. Dyvtfxr
1'"'""i ""s'KervV HolidayRestaurant WlUon.I I
CuttingNaturalry Curly Hair OxiaMton. or Station Wagons
|0pa S a,. Te S p-n. a De rAfter Robert MrO ilre. Ken Tomlln- and Count The Cost in Pennies And We'll Beat Iti!

Discount Store S By Appointment OnlyCitrus Fin leer M<*.Ur.tlr. P"' ..... """ Rlrhsrd B Tornlinaon TUon., Ray BtQMatrhM4. Keepnakef.. Jewelry. Tax 'hro'''.. \MIU.\. with or without ?
Av.. Reef Corp >bby Air C"ndlll"nln/C' / Just Ask The Folks
All the thing
I'H_ .tr-e t ReyenPe 471-4UO a khem. rVA Ford. J.m. Ford Insurance policies' you
r.R..1 l NL1.8neE Key4af. JlalCbU Dtaiwr timmAU ... .iv) Row Weaver" attended the wouldn't want to lone and the.
: Crt+-llJl.. Feeds 8t..t. Track meet In Oatnes- thing' you couldn't afford to"! Who Tried Us!

REPAIR MOWER 1 Block N."IIta I..Ictti MIL PrVsy, Mae 7 are sure .,r protection again! Ore., theft. See Us First!
Goetzman KETSTONT' !! : : HRIOHTSITSKD Paul P Wltrtfi r....'rnrP'f loses In our modem. vault And a Safety. Full Factory Warranty
V-, .. H' .. .Hrhonl In thFPA -
.. Bros. \ ro W i Ikpoalt lint rtmi you just pennies' a day !
Gara CARS m lrVt Cutest at
Garage 0.1rw-f' Pri4... n.rtfk.attag -

MOTOR REPAIR. afar .4TJJ1"N-.rN.*LAWN n.a1ooP"OWEK-VW Hanks U..d Cars eeweeel In the pubUe speaking' KEYSTONE STATE BANK // We Haven't Got It -- We'll Get It!

PORTABt!: eu- A An Make and 3-T Shop I Th Mew Cheerleaders fog

Mm. Law 6b'aeylr 11.+ SERVICE Make Day fun. Tr4Utway the Metro Murtanae for i"t Member, F.IU.C. Key-tone Height. (la.rrlrndlr TWO OTHER: LOCATION(!! TO HEUVE YOU

lied-t.wt".*- f'HY''D Key ton* HigllU4TVI104 of 100.8UrkePbone t mL K,.01 I war lurirr weiw girt aliaeen rk.trd UiUTti week were. "YOUI' ( Com fUnk.onHy.In *Your* Friendly' j 1204 K.: UnlruaUy... ftalneavllfo; Phone 372-6d85

r-... HaigtNs 4T -4J33 Joy* JorutMn. B year. A .... Jl Keyasan. .
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-- t and relatives In Stevenson. ,;, I f, some deputy patrollng out here,,, June 27-July P. Catechism' Nebraska who are Mrs. Ramos the chapter bas lost two member SRD as a beaallocation pro-'.Noegel'i Auto of Starke and

Ala. i I INDIAN BEACH i! for somtimes this 1 road lust sessions for boys and girls parents have been, seeing by deatb.COMMUNITY. >t ject. Estimated coat: w Wild) beI Town Tire of Gainesville.

MELROSE Ford Henley is in Alachua serves. as a race track for' July 11-33.: and July 25-Au- the alghu of Florida the CHURCH 1 around I6OO.Attorney LITTLE BOYS SOFTBALLThe

General Hospital. some of these younr folks. ;>!: trust 0. Two weeks woodoraft past week or so having beento IBy( Helen En] AiKlern advised little boys Softball team
I Mrs. J. H. McGulre spent i It seems v.'e are maklnd'good I'session' rates are '65. Catechism St. Petersburg> and Tampa. The final general meeting going slow on a pfopwswl or- ,! played the Lake Butler
I corn preceding page) [From Preceding Pace clinance to declare parked autos |I j Church of Christ team.
the weekend with her sister progress on the plans fora two-week rates are $45. Silver Springs. Six Gun Territory of the Church Women was on
Sara Baldwin and Bar- I and family :Mrs Tommy garden I I discussion meeting of out'''U ,more than, one child from St. Augustine Marine-I i held on :May: ] 3 with about 751 i I at Hill's Garage a public: I Monday and came out on top.

, ,i i Herrin Juniors: Arnettc in Orlando. ; Surely am IIOIT).I was gone problems out here. We are about a family attends there Is a land and the beaches.. i mercers attending. The outgoIng nuisance. He said court demanded i too. These boys are doing a

Thou and Connie Mrs. Ruth BigeloTr left: last Tuesday. It seems I missed i t.olet/ ready to sec a I discount. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. WrUthtJ!, president. Mrs. William I strong evidence inI I fine Job under the directionof 71 .mores and Phyllis car-I I Thursday for Fire Island. N. the news scoop of the Monday night! meeting. If thiswould I Applications should be made have returned from Philadelphia : Walz. presided at the closing' such cases, and that the nuisI Ned Hicks. Not only do the

reshman These girls Y. for the summer. week My neighbor. Mrs be agreeable with all 'I to rather P. Halstead. 6333 "where: they attended the business session when monthly I Race charge could not "be There baaed I get a chance! to play ball, but

..nt Melrose High at alI I IU' Sandra Parks of Jackson-1: "Lucky" Lutgens came downto We hate a prospect for a deputy 9t.h Aw... North. St. Peters- Annual Convention of the A- and annual reports were ,wen would merely have on to" evidence of' they learn good sportsmanship
events next year. with! show me what she had : a petition getting readyto ., burir. Fla. Alter June 1. apply merlcan Ceramics Society. The following officers were and good manners also. On
: vllle spent the weekend
odor, health
( noise,
1 dents attending Beta Carolyn Tlson done!'-caught herself about a request help against these i I to Camp St. John. OrangedaleI They were' gone five days and elected and will be installed ,1 excessive: similar threats I Tuesday they play the team

1 c Convention In Orlando I IM I Mr. and Mrs. William Van- I nine pound baas. She was fishIn pesky mosquitoes. and other'{I I Rt- Oreen Cove Springs. :Fla. flew Jet both ways. at the Sunday morning worship menace, said.or from Providence.

l noon Friday. Dr. Frank Atten of South Londondery. In the peas with, a six problems that may concern j 'ALTAR SOCIETY INSTALLS' Mrs. Lena Clemens attended on May 16: Mrs. WaIter. Anderson CELEBRATES BIKTUDAV

".oil. president of University Vt.. and Maj Gen and Mn.I i pound test line and hung this' So let's continue to hear 11'1 t I On Sunday afternoon May a house-warming party lastSunday i I Orolick. president: :Mrs.\ Char- |j Mayor Beasley reported that Miss Peggy Ecwardj.

I cr Gad. (den. Ala., will be 'I I Stonehouse Oostllngr of Philadelphia -:, nice one. you. Several neighbors have 9. the new officers of St. WIl- : afternoon at the new lea WaU nlus. t.t'lce president the cars on known moved city prop-and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Em-

speaker at the conventions are visiting ;Maj Gen. Mrs. Charles Strandbr some grand proposals for' us. j liam's Altar Society. St. Ed- home of :Mr. and: Mrs, Francis :: Mrs. Raymond Starnes. ,,i erty had been member est Edwards celebrated her

''- O B. Harshbarger of I and Mrs. R. P. HolUs I tells me that Mr. Slrandberg and I really think many of waid's! Altar Society from Mens and family who live on i I, 2nd vice president: Mrs. Ber- I Council authorized boundary birthday on Thursday. May J.
Watkins. determine
[Sp'; P .itka and Mrs. Frank Sell- i Miss Janice Woody went by ', is still not In top condition: you win be Interested. Even':, Starke and St. Mary's Altar Hampton Lake. Mr. and Mrs[ !', nard Slocomb. treasurer: Mfr i to ; with a swimming party at the
street between garage
Ilrnd of Daytona were weekend bus with the P. K. Yonee 9thi i i Their dauirtier. Mrs. Sam But- you friends of ours east of', Society from Macclenny: .were Men? are to congratulated.. '! L. C. Stripling secretary.' | and theatre ia order: Lake Wlnot home of her uncle

week rts of the R. I* Smith on I ;grades to Tallahassee to the'1 Itr. Mr. Butler and Charles Hiirlrwaj21:: and Keystone! ;,i formally. Installed in an 1mpresslvt not just because they have a I Mrs. Myron Prevatt' conducted !! that other cars could be moved and aunt. Mr. and Mr
I Coa lake and Henry .were over from Ormond Club Estates may like to Join candlelight ncrvire In beautiful new six-bedroom i j I the candlelight: service. : Earl Green. Approximately 31
n I state buildings museum
if encroaching on city prop-
ling,, tr and Mrs. James Wright I other places of interest.Mares i Brach for Mother's Day. hands with us in the formation St. William's Church NCCW ; home but also because they ,, which Is customary at the end young people from Brooke,
saps nnj Mr and Mrs DOUBGinever j f I Had a short chat 1I'iUtV of an "Eastern Bradford'''DtanerJnetary.. Mrs HeUn ,i drew up the plans them&eIVIIS.j I of each church: year In her! erty.It out thai left about 2:30: and were drh-
Doris Ford and Margaret was brought ,
of ) of New York arc i D. and Liz Thomas of Slarke County Association. Remember Swisher of Lake City was theinstalling which\ makes it suit them just J pre-service remarks Mrs. Pre-' <
II Slade left Friday for 1 Ibis street does not have s entoyed .
aqua residents of Melrose They on Sunday afternoon. They "United we stand-divided officer Those In- fine. I!| vatt gave a fine review of the !
and Mayor Beanley was
Oak Ridge Tenn. to visit Miss name,
moved Into Mr Darin's had spent the day over hers-: i ire fall." We could get ourselves staled for St. William's .were: District 35-L Governor- commands of Jesus for the ;f minI and playing ..affi's.L: *
e Klllebrew and meet requested to come up with s
Nancy ;
81Th I!I seeing If .wishing could hurry !! volumn voice that! Prertdent. Mildred: sutton; candidate Charlie McOUve service of the Christian for Edwards nerved the younjrjte ..
.rtments Ford her suggestion, as well as one
Virginia and bring
two II'i an1 :\InV L Brinson back with them I I I I the construction of their new could be heard all: the .tray. to Vice President Anne Ashton: and his delegation.. of Keystone Church. M mbera! of the. Re- ; the access street at Ne ioo'. refreshments before they "I'-

t brought their daughter Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adjm 0odtey.I For wits the refreshments during the Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
Bute WiivT to Jacksonville' to '' ;i Treasurer. Betty are! attending State for I Mr* \\-Uli&m'al& later.
tile Mrs. j
of Gainest and
lie '> I ":c 'verk-nd with then on her husband and their two and young son are enjoying 1, St. Edward's: President Muriel Convention In Tampa May 13- .; social hour that concluded the i isuggested the name PLnecrest In seeing that! the child: :, n
I. V. Ford of Palatka spent '
adorable daughters along as. back ti lake. Mrs. Vice President. 15. Included had a good time were Mr a' .4
back nl! diutlitcr-ln-law. Mr being on >e OlEiooly: ; ; In the delegationwere meeting. Circle "for our street."
: Thursday with Mr and Mrs I' 'I
Fak Mr* L niiiuon M Cason.Mr. 1 wen. as the Mike Hanks Of Adams ''many of you may remember Rita Mercer: : .Secretary I>.t- the Charlie McOlavM..I I The All-Circle Luncheonwill In other action the Council Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Emanuel.
ner, and M.s: Roy Samson S. Gainesville with all this her as Kenny Brtoe) Mores, -fensr; and Treasurer' John Beldlers. ;Huntley R Jfeamn. be served! ae 12.30: PV mon Heard Mayor Beasley report Kleinman. Mr. and Mrs. Ear!

der Sunday bv plane to spend and Mrs. L. W Blott- -rishlnx i I ; they are In hopes of says they sure like beingback i I Clara Wifgins.\ For St Mary's. Jr. Frank Nooneys.Joe Monday. May 11. in the that an appointment Green. Mrs. Mayberry, and

don ..ek with Mr and Mrs. nan of Atlanta. Oa. Mr and moving out for the summer by around the home folks and President Trances Rowan.. Wlldts. George Schaeffers. ,, educational building. Circle I[ would be set up with Reynolds. Miss Shirley Green acted tithe

Tlllc :ison ;Murphy and son 'Irs W L. Bowen" and chil- June tat hope to make more permanent I I I Secretary. Kathryn Jones.' Willis Ches.s n. Jimmy El- ,, chairmen and members will bei : Smith & Hills to work up a lifeguard. All had a fine

turn 1. at St. Thomas Virgin ., Iren of Jacksonville and Mr Mr and Mrs! Ernest Revelsspent arrangements in the future.I nuurer. Katbryne Klein! lands George Msvsat! and,i I announced at that time proposal for the City's purchase time.
If ids.
be a welner :an of Gainesville spent the Mr Revels' check-up from. license and Li working with.. a ; "",,D- hosel1 remarks to make. Marshall! Donaldson. Planning I I I meet"" on the sam day: Re- Works. t Mr and Mrs J. T :Bass
roas1 ,
tending! a -rekend with their parents. ,1 his recent surgery.' The doc- firm in OamesvQIs on the and praised the rmrtoos ladies to arrive Sunday for the final, brccas at ( p. m. at the home --Gave notice of a budget Johniford Bass and Mr mil
at the
flCoa summing" party Mr Mr and Mrs. James' J. Bor1eMrs. : tor reports he Is doing fine plans for the new city hall. m-tm had served In the capacity festivities and Governor's Ball of Mrs George LaRue. with I hearing at the June meeting Mrs. Buster Hines' attendml
home of
ipnilt Mr. and H J Chan of Tallala.vo but still must take it easy for Dick and Prances HQliardj I! ; of president: of the organizations are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ramon Mrs,, J E. Bonner as co-hort- for the of receiving I the Big Ape Convention at the
PUUf Jacksonville: it- purpose
J. vi'iUng: : her son andtauethlaw. about to be the and Mltcan. ,l and the Nightingales '11th i 1! Jacksonville Coliseum
hall some time yet to come. Theirson. are era on j for the past two Mrs. : on Sat-
) were Mrs. Dock Tlsondaughters. Rev and '*' :' Dick says he. I\Ieea 1 .. .John Bird at 7:45.: I requests. i where they
. Carolyn. Irma Ernie and his family "campers. traveled -, years since he had came to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Previtt Received report that vacant urday saw the
Vtrs. Jean Clunce from Plant City spent! Moth so many" ytar with Na- the paristi. as. the. new pastor were In Tallahassee recently. EASTERN STAR lot between drug tore| Dave Clark Five and the Rolling -
.. Vicki Jim Randy Simmons.and Becky Larry I' Arthur Bub-u home and er's Day .with them. Mrs. lions! Cash RegMer before As a token of hit sppreciaj ..- I 1 where' they 1 attended the grad(, (By Helen Egan] and TV repair shop had been I, Stones along .with other
recuperating aft r surgery atthe Revels tells of their hU retirement last! : uation i Chapter :279 OBS met Tu si Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Water
.e and hostess Sandy me scome J.nuarr'i j i he car each lady a of their son, Myron. cleaned by the city) and owner i I
I Medical Center ivelzhbors. Mr. and Mrs. Smith that he just doesn't J J j biased medal on a chain.I'Jr.. from Florida Suite Uolvrrsity. -'i, day May 4. in the Masonic ;i' would be billed. Iof Dundee were vtsltorf of

.;II.Jy Orm&bce Is Mrs. P L Whatley of Tam- and Mr and :\In. Pridxen, he will! like this way. of life or I I They were. Mary O\s\ J'. Ma- While in TaUahawee Temple.>thn'I! !!' -Told >fr.. John Bird there Mrs. Mae Scott on Sunday and

home after recuperat In- os spent several days with, herparent. :'I sure had good luck fishing this not. but they intend to find bel! Bates Alice Pfleshinger. they were guests of Myron. I,, Day when the chapter's. oldest -; would be no fee for use of muolcipal Monday.
surgery: last I ., Mr. and Mrs. V. L. weekend. I believe the Prtd- :]. out soon. They have invested i L Mildred Sutton. Bee Cooper; h:. in-laws. Mr. and Mr W grandmother. Mrs. Edith t I.I' bulkling for card par- Mr and Mrs. R. B. Leonard
General '
Brinson recentlyMrs lens got about 72: speckled in a camp' trall-r! and plan to''I Fran Kromer and Kathryn i E. VanLandlnffham. Mrs. Pre- '.. Thomquist.' and youngest '. ties and other purposes "until spent the weekend In Tanpa
( :! O H. Bennett and Mrs try their lurk as u they,. grandmother Mrs. Bertha and attended banquet foi
James R. Collier of perch. It ha- given Mr. Revels soon Jones. vatu Jr., the former Ann Van- it becomes bard I\"lOme." a
A. J. Thomas of Starke spent the fever !so I will have to can fix it up to suit them- ': Benediction of the Most landinxham. will graduate: i Ward. were honored. Worthy -Heard Councilman Watkins -' Warren Petroleum.] Also attending

ben Ala. sent ;Thursday\ Thursday afternoon .with Mr. give you. that. fish report next tel,,". Busied: Sacrament followed from FSU in Jurve. She win I t i Matron Edythe Nicholson pnsonalljr -- ''. report that architect: Don the banquet from
: at the home of his sisMrs. '
Lois Williams. and Mrs. R. M. Cason .week.! He and Guy Alderman Mr. and Mrs. Bin: Bell say;i, then join her husband In,I,I honored her mother. Morgan had agreed to Inspectold Brooker was Art QoickaaJl of
Merrill Moore of Gainesville I'I are planning to try their luckon they hare an Increase hi their ,, Orguy!: Keystone Heights where h* Mrs. Lyle, who Is an oer 1 50-> i building acmes from pont McKenzie\ Tank Tins Th
yet\ "i and Mrs. Oscar nobef- tisited! Miss Irma Tlson Sunday Tuesday family. It seems their' beautiful -:, Refreshments and a SoclaM 1 will;] be working this summer year Star member and a great office with a view to possible 1 Leonard also visited re1AL1nos
)f Daytona Beach vlnitednother '
I Henry Noteworthy son of snow white> Persian eat has, Hour followed" In the hall with in his fathers law office grandmother: condemnation In BrooksvUle while they wen
: Mrs. Ada Robtt- 1, Mr and Mrs. Dock Tison Mr. and :Mrs. Pat Norsworthy. a new litter> of five kittens Mr*. Anne Ashton. U 4IOCl.a11 i iI i Mr*. D rtl Nelson. Mrs. Refreshments were. nerved f I I -.ToM George LaRue that, away.

and other relative and I and daughters Tistt.edIrL ::. hat returned to school this,t, and after using appropriate rhahman. In d1ar, Elmer: Howe Mrs William i during the social hour by the the public would be given full Bobby Jones. entered his:
1$ in Melrose.s I, Tison's sisters. Mrs. A. M. j trimester. He la commuting to names as Martin. Luther sod(r I. PERSONALS: WaU. Mrs. Frank Stitchberry.I!j, bo tnaH. Mrs Thomquist.! information 01tbe pro.ctKey.toneStarke new race car In the competion.

\, *, E. M Robinson isi Howtn. and Mrs. J. A. Owens I j St. John's River Junior College King they. hare run out. Any- Mr. and )In. Harold Rid- and Mrs. F P. Egan: attended ) Mrs. Ruth Ohlson. and Mrs. Airport Au- at the Gainesville! race track

( after a visit with friend* I In Mic&nopy recently. II | In Palatka. one .wishing. to claim one for i aught left on Friday alter- j :May Fellowship Day of the I I Anna McRae, ': thortty as noon as necessary. on Saturday and again! at th

i We had another wreck on their own. may do so by canIng noon. May' 7. for Miami United Church Women at the! Early the next morning- t legislation has been p s ed.yy..y..yy. Lake City rue track on Sunday
I our famous "wreck corner'Thursday and resetting one. where" they boarded a plane Fht Methodist Church of I Mrs. ThonvquUt passed away and from an report the
ARE TERMITES 'City Denies night of lat .week. We had a wonderful outings i ion Sunday for Puerto Rioo. Otmeavine on May '7. I and the chapter officers held I ,. ,. ,..,. .... car did real welL

- !i It seems four or five local Saturday. attending a barbecue ,where they. will visit their son Mr and Mrs. Richard A memorial services precedingher Mr and airs. J T BaM and

DESTROYING, yokels were. out rabbit huntingIn : at the home of Carl and J Harold: Leslie Ridaucht. Jr. Gaunt Jr. two daughters and> funeral ", "iceas well as BROOKERBy family spent Mother's Dar
a Jeep' .when the light went nnall that of chapter member. Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. N. U Rag-
OfferFrom Pat Hagglund In ){Melrose The and his wife and three son. ton spent Mother's Day i, '
W YOUR HOME? Skytel out. and they failed to make families of James Spsrkmsn. Leslie Is stationed at. an Air weekend with his parents Mr Ruby Wigtfni. two days previously. '' ers and Alton In Dade City

a turn where Ute road dId I Keystone Heights; Jr. Hersey Force base in Puerto,Rico and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt. i ; Belly Rabon They also visited and
FREE ( preceding! page) One boy received a broken of Tht'ft'llNt'lUi.m; Cheshireof and has not seen his parents, Mr. and Mrs H. R, Allen of'' The Worthy MatrOn will' attend Mrs Joe Payne and famllj:

_i SPEcrmt* I tone" Helirtitg Volunteer .t>t- "ri&t. and one .was just lucky Levy's Prairie Ruuell r for three years. The Keystone t Syrseus N. Y ww weekend the Orand Chapter of'I aa.aa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAIsorfn4L. I Mr and Mra.. Marvin Morgan
I 1 partment firehouse and other enough to have had his cycle: Woodard of Mlcanopy; Dock Rldaughts plan to be gone for guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Louis! the Jurisdiction of Florida at IV THE NEWS: Mrs. Carolyn Hayes and iL I

c items were located! at the helmet on ,when he was Tlwn and Carl Herring of I about two weeks. Kyle They had been viaiting'In Miami: Beach. :May\ 1114. and The Brooter Softball teamhas Jimmie Roney.

1'eIt.... homes of two city employeeswho ; thrown off the ken on Impact Melrose and T C Roundtreeof Mr and Mrs. Myron A. Medert Florida and !stopped\ bY with i will report st the chapter been doing\ splendidly the
.A. u .- are no longer with the with a tree. He hit the tree Gainesville (hU family was and children of Merrill the. Kyles on their return meeting on May 1$. last week On Tuesday they

1 I 5-9:? E. Call 96 '-3965! cuy bead-on and could have easily > home with chicken pox) were Island were. guests of Mr and North. played the team from Hampton Septic Tank and

I i been killed. We surely! need the group we were with. Sucha j Mrs Miller Wrinkle and family Mr Anne Lee Dunwoody is Thomas and came out on top even

-- congenial croup such family I on the weekend of May 1 now at her mobile home. .t OK'dFor though one of our playerswas DRAIN FIELDiNST.1LLATiON

fun. Including a ball game I coming to attend&. the MayDay Lake Geneva Trailer Park slightly Injured. Big Jim
ai>J dancing You all should Festival the City Park. She U confined to her bed.: Temple Injured his knee andleg

I IIIIf't to see Russell Woodarddo Mrs. Niettert and Mrs. Wrin- ,,, but able to alt in a wheelChair l Council on a slide in at second Hack lor I Work

1 that newest dance craae. Ue are staters. > for part of the day. She base. Then on Saturday 'Pump Out Service

\; This family enjoys "The Swim"-even if he must Zane Netherton. tM! former needs cheer and visit from Brooker bottled H out with the nil Dirt and Top Soil
hold: his nose .while he does science teacher at KHKS. was her friends as she will be confined From Preceding Pan) Gainesville Fire Department

1- the' back stroke. step r I think in town the other day. and for months, after sufferIng Kennedy the grazing rtjfhts and again came out on top. Bradford Septic

t; perfect indoor comfort outings such as this must tx- I went to the school to tlatt his a hip fracture and two leaseholder had previously'f To oar team we ny conrratiUattons Tank CompanyPhone

what they mean when they i old friends on th* faculty. break! !In her right wrist when asked Council to rrdiir hU and more of the

I! every day in the year thanks to say: "The finally that play I I Zane and his wife. Olnn,.. are I I II truck down by a car last annual 375 payment by the same. This week they take on 969-2311

together' and prays toeether- i living in fiatsuma now and are month amount of $121 irinc .h. no
safer cleaner cheaper f flameless stay together" 80 try I It---itIs the proud parents of an infant FRFE GOI F I F4"O"! -longer had the Hunting- rights r

> wonderful for you' -and on. He U now selling World FOR CLfB MEMBER* II* said It was hu umivrftandrng I
your family! Book Encyclopedias for Field On Monday. morning My << that his animal fee bud AMBULANCE SERVICEmONT

reverse-cvcle electric air-conditioning Enterprises. 3. golf pro Lea Stephennon o? been increased by 125 wheat S6t-%$W

Mr. and Mrs. L.V Blott- the Keystone Onlf A: Country h* ...". t-v| .n hunting rights, : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
KEYSTONE man of Atlanta arrived in Club. started holding free'' and h. felt it should. be reduced Horn

COOLS In WARMS in winter. Thursday.11&J' claws. for members of the by the same amount since I
summer .. Keystone area on DeWitt C. JOOM Retdaiered. FnnenJ Director
HIGHLIGHTS ; club. both men and women b. no longer !had
-. with tbui cooce
So YLAR.ROUND-RIGHT for Florida homes. Mis.. 6 Blotunan's. for a -parents Malt Mr These lS ons will continue on .ion. Stuk FU.RENTAL .

f \ I i Monday of week
2 and Mrs James J. Boyle on morning each Chairman Beam told Kennedy SERVICES
s x e (From preceding page) | Swan Lake They arranged a< long. a.. they are well attended : 1I
{ 1 lY't 434. I thenWt to coincide! with. year lease l new ta effect ape-
Fox. letters: Bill Beam. mail- .
Pro: BUI] Markham of Iron- rUled
F Mother's Day. Other! truest of a SJTS annual rental
t !n!.. ,
wood Golf: Club of Gainesvillegave
ikM the Boyles on Mother's Day with no breakdown ss to "
'Stuffing night" will be an Interesting lesson !bat
Mr fning rights and hunting
were their son anl: family: '
June IS. and all material to ) and Mrs.. Jerold Boyle and Monday, on chipping, pitching rights. H. said there WM GLASS That' Our Business
go into the envelopes .will beready and and sand-trap shots. Twenty- nothing UM Council eould do
cttlldrrn of o.tnt"SvUlI'; I -If It.. flaw We lIue U"
for the next meeting, another daughter and famQy. eight people attended this bcnit reducing the rental unWr -

it first Tuesday In June. Mr. and Mrs. \ U Bowen tint _ton < tcrru of the present CAM, WRITE or VISIT

Bin K The applcauon: of Tom and children' .of JacksonvUI? r-.n- ---_ .trt .t-- 9 a. mu114RP ...... sad was unAclti in lkOpuioa FOIl ANY h1.tssEED;
Bryant for membership In the AN1vR. ART by JtWaey AaoAe.-n.
department vas approved. fid Mary Bolanos left for nor: fa )t %)' t7lhBr "1 think) you have a food SHEA'S

!NEWH ntOM ST. i i I,i i her home in Costa Rica on [ ....... FraiilMevtln deal earn _t the f373 flfur GLASS CO.
Wednesday. May: 5. after a
1 v UIIXI4MSParUhoner .* orhI" AARP Beam told Kennedy. '. (NOT I'C.)
visit of ten day at the Jor,.
from St. WulLama Chapter were chanced for Prates gi> rrtAIrmCaunctlJMB "
VaJdeJull Rand a> guest oft i | "Formerly Joe reten Glans Co.
are' cordially Invited to May duo to the sudden death Ed Bennett r.-
the VaUdeJuli: family Mrs i We Deign i Modern Store Front.-
the Smorgasbord rponaorrd beSt of two Kyton rltirena. Mrs questedand rerred .pone. i r
Edward. Altar Society on, VaOdeJuH Is ass Bolanos'l'lhr. O C Wiggins\ and Mrs. Edith aL to rail for bids on atT'llCo /J Just Mail U* A fallen For

May 3i in St. Edward'i Hall l ThomqoM Other orranlza- tare, ?. correct ID wont a w Table Tope.
tn Starke. from 11 a. m. UU I Oulf Life Insurance Man. lion made same chans so problem on Little wire Key -
p. m and from 3 to 7 p. m. Lionel &ault. has been trans- the FmmflT Dinner of the .ton." the problem of sand 1313 S.IIh PL Gainesville, FU. phone FR2-1J33

Dorta UOIfor adult triO be fcrred to Tampa and slxx Community Church wa hMdWedwwlsr and day b-ovg washed late -

12S: for children: Uc. :Many be can get home only on nlaM. ally 12. the lake from Jasmine Avtltrovgli

free door jxlart will be givers,I weekends the family plans to Game Day was scheduled CUI!.,.* on. f'ft' ,.-owlH'd
away more to Tampa ,mhen-and if for 2 p m. Thur *iV. Ma IJ. property; ad>r.>.4ninf the H. L. e I
What about your family? Saturday. May 15, vU: be they sell their home on Highway at 6t Anne's Parish Houw A ( Sutton': place. Material .waded. .
the last day for Catechism. 21. :North We will indeedbe triple restoration will: be held'' Into the lake at Oil point t_ Cut Those

C ClB__*for Grade School ilu- sorry to It** audiJce In the Omrmunitii Church cresting an 'Wan.d'. aa
Why "eanmtf the summer (or shiver' In the winter)? Prices' of flameles derrta. Haverer, this being the UmUy. "who haY been actfrwta nca' tonal buUdln* on Thurs- ('OllIla<< a nuisaac* to *d>Mi 1 Repair Bills
last day there .will be no'< church and community day. Mar %'7. at 12.30: P m InC property owrnrr*.
electric air-conditioning are 'way down. And reverse-cycle costs x> little rtudrtn but rather a picnic life. We suspect they win be a May b Seeks" CtUsen Month Tb project wood InchiJ withNatural

that the winter heating feature is practically a free bonus 'Why not join instead, at the lakeside home little sorry: to leave our nice It ft the first anniversary of catch basina for aOowinr sand
of Mr* Francis MI'nC. under 'town, too. the planning for omnlzaiton and clay to settle out of the
\ the hundreds of thousand. of Floridians already enjoying cleaner, quieter the cuperrUtan of the nans.. Mirnret Mrs. Danl P ter of a club under! AARP. srrisVw drainage\ .water before entering GasFor

N safer, happier homes where they can ",work play, sleep better feel and'at many of the parent left Sunday for the "'''oW'fPair. mark the aiming\ of the the lake: and on< lersToaiMl; -
mtx carr to come CtUlrtren/ New York. Washington. 100th member of the chapter pip along the south aide of
better, lire better all year long! Beat the heat this summer eee your without trjiport.tlon should Richmond and other point From July IT 144 ta Jut Ja___ back. toward Ute

air-conditioning contractor or electric anoliance dealer todAY. meet at the Pariah nan at 10 at toVerest, She wd be one of t. l$e5. about 60 pmons Planed Kboo&. -ear free." -trwiM freeheath*, roeaiaf

... a m.. There rides vtn be a.rauable. the chaperones for the B- d- up with the 'ehacter formembership Bennett said Mu iraoU at and water beating there' nolhia UV. NatanJ
tn the National' least b* a 8ta"tutd that
Ther Tin be : '
retnracd Gas and it ecoao local! t Its iff
tee's -... ,
yJ to the halt at t] _11. : AARP and .JQiII"I'S.: ..... their Interest i other problwos around Ute
; With jummrrttoi" almost: a wonderful time. Her daucbUT In paring dues ia the lake would b* tackled. later safe It.. clean gad year supply is aJwava t Mrs.

here it U brae to tart think.: "ifjkrrsrrt. Junior." is a1DftDeT' chapter as of Jan 1 However on et a tsra*.
Inff of summer camp Camp of the EH9 Class of bout ten bare not done so Bennett Jao reported con-
St John lorated on the St. .... and ..n. of course be going The' record show that 100 fearing; with !State!: Road I>-

< Johns: River near fwitrand.FU too. persons' have. paid their $1 1 partment cfflcUJ* -mcet sung STARKE NATURAL GAS

r.. -- will hare the foUovincvJietfaSe1 Mr. and Mrs. Martin RSOKX. chapter dues for IX*. Some curb at tile Beach and said CITY HALL PHONE 'U.:3$1
FLORIDA. POWER rte LIGHT COMPANY Helping Build Florida Woodcraft Sessions' and their! boo,. meets Itr prefer to. remain inactive s 'then was sum pn* JbSltiyUu

for boys only June U-r3 and and Mrs. DuKb. Peabody of few bare moved away sad. m.fta; ix 93adad: :.. UK' --- -


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,SAFEGUARD frsMf* \ 'L.: 2/33(5/ ( MARASHINO, CHERRIES : 29(5( \' /A/EC DOWNY f01T11 r 11.. 47(5( IVORY A VASMIMQ uitArtr LIQUID.BrrctctNTCAIAMV '..N 89(5MtHtl ( -

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'CRlSCOire s I. 95 THERMOS BOTTLE "T 13.97 COMET CLEANSERt233( MR. CLEAN: ......6.9
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............A ...... Inanafy; daughter of'Mr. and
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Mrs. J. C Nolan. :. ............ ::::..... ......... .... ...... ..:.::: ::::':::,,: ::
Mr and Mrs. Hiram Jonesof
Williamson. Ga. visited
r here Saturday with Mr. and

- By Phone Mrs. A.289-4191 C. Slade Mrs.David Joseph Jones Lucas', stationed and family.a- z'te Iid'// w/Ogt/ yournowsJAMPideabool

board a destroyer! at Mayport,
F ."" TTTTTTTTTTTT spent the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs Joseph' Lucas anJ (
Mr. and Mrs. Newn Burneyand
Homecoming strvlces and
Mrs. Burney's mother of
the grounds were
dinner on
Starke visited Saturday mornIng -
held Sunday at long Branch with Mr. and Mrs. Claude IjFf i I ? QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU 15TH
Church. NIo morning
Baptist Green. I IililGI .
ii WINN-DIXIC ITOHM, --.Ya"1' sm
services were held lit MaxvUle! :
Baptist Church In order to Avory' visited Slade Sunday and Joseph afternoonIn Lucas L4L 100 EXTRA STAMPS\ 1

give everyone In the community Baptist Memorial Hospital i A ,

an opportunity to attend with Mr. Slades father W. M. r!:i iiiii3iir?! ?:i? viii. With Coupon Below and Purchase of
Mother's Day services at Long n::, R !
Slade of Hampton. ,. .?,... ? ? ????
Branch.A : : :?: ;;?lriiiii": ,. .
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade : :: :
story was given on a l' !!? ":iiiciirilitiiin?! ? g? !!?!! !!??! ???!! ? !!!?:: ; ? :? HORMEL BONELESS
and Mrs. Colsle Rlgdon of ii : ranl:: : ?: !: : ': :: ':

,Bi" during member Sunday of our sendees community and I Hampton visited Sunday The mart place to go. for good thing to cat!
" afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Ct 'would like to pass .It along to Avory Slade and family
lir all the readers. "Mr. Jim CANNEDCOFFEE
Mr. and Mrs. Bud:! Myers
gT Stiickland, now a patient In and daughter were here for '* r REG. 77* ASTOR

of) the Bradford Counts:! Hospital the weekend from Virginia

8CI Joined Church the second visiting relatives. Th y plan to Jti
8. Sunday in May 1901. Five leave soon for Tennessee
weeks later on the (third Sun- where Mr. Myers will be sta-
day in June Mr. Strickland tlond with the Navy. HAMS .

rl preached his first sermon. Also Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Davis 1-LB. 6SiEG.

B Mr. Strickland! preached and family and Mrs. Paul CAN
the first Homecoming, Day Harbert and family spent the v
a.b. at :Branch in
service Long
weekend camping at Black s
b.F 1913. During all the- years Mr. Creek.
6 9.
Strickland has attended all $
n Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Olddena
d but one Homecoming service, of Auburndale spent Mother's 83* DETERGENT

a this past October due to Ill- Day with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. .
1 ness. Orlffls and daughter and FAB 3-lb. '
ti John M. BrinkleY', Macclen- Mrs. Belle Giddens.

ny mortician"rendered all Ellis Giddens returned to 1 :i IN A Is tl-
b services for transportation to his home in Jacksonville Saturday Can
C and from the Starke Hospital after a two month assignment GIANT 691 t
Sunday for Mr. Strickland to In Key West. BOX

flP attend services. John Jr., son of Mr. and
h During Mr. Strickland's: life Mrs. John Waters Is a pa-
as a Preacher he has conducted tient In the Bradford County -

27 counties 263 funerals, and, preached pastored 64 in Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson REG.BLUE 59f o. DETERGENT WHITE I.: GROCERY 1 ": MEATS I

churches. ...
A wonderful Mother's Day spent and the daughter weekend of Lake here with City ARROWGIANT ... .. Q. .:... .

sermon was preached by Rev. Mrs. Dorothy Waters.

Reginald Taylor, pastor Mrs. Richard Norman and I REGULAR 35* LIBBY SLI.. OR HVS. Y. C. (*24! CAN) WOO BRAND .
The Community would especially sons of Highland spent Moth-
like to thank Mr. er's with Mrs Peaches Chuck Roast 49xWD
Day Dorothy 49 29 u.
Brinkley for his generous! hos- Waters. BOX ,:: .

pitality.SCHOOL NEWS Revival services started REGULAR 39* THRIFTY MAID 'T ETT.(': CANS) BRAND PLATE
Sunday night at the Maxvllle
Mrs. Hunt's third grade students Baptist Church. Rev. C. B. Beef Stew u.. 291-
enjoyed a very Interest- Emery, evangelist and. pastorof -' 3-'I. _
ing trip last Friday when the the Dunn'a. Creek Baptist W-D BRAND BEEFShort
group went to Mayport Naval Church at Ft. Oeorge, Is con- REGULAR 1"j': :" REGULAR 2/29* THRIFTY MAID CUT ((303 CANS)
Air Station, and visited a- ducting services nightly at GOLD MEDAL r Ribs 39x

board the Aircraft carrier USS i 7:30.: Everyone Is Invited to pia: Beets 10 For $1 1 . Lb.
Franklin D. Roosevelt./ After, attend.!

a film tour was of shown the flight'deck on the work, a I' and Mr.children and Mrs of. Roy Jacksonville Waters FLOUR '. f :::'i" REGUWl2'R'FTY' MAID .... OR W.K. ((303 CANS) 794. HANOIPACKGround Stew 69

of a crew during the day's "
visited Sunday afternoon with .
work of launching airplanes. I Mrs. Dorothy Waters. r.. ENRICHED Corn 8 For f1
Picnic lunches were' enjoyedin Enjoying an outdoor dinneron .t: FLOUR ;:.A REGULAR 89* HANDY PACK

the Mayport Park On the Mother's Day at the Ray- K 49' e; REG. 29* THRIFTY MAID PINCAPPLB-GRAFEFRUIT (M6-oi. CAS) Ground Round 79i
return trip home, the children mond Kllgore home were Mr. "
traveled across the: river on and Mrs. George Johnson of Juice 4'-1.
the ferry boat. Chaperones for Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON .

the students were Mrs. Verna Gene Johnson Mr. and Mrs ,
Hunt. Mrs. Datson, Mr. and Ben Higginbotham and REG. 79* THRIFTY MAID NONFAT DRY (MAKES '12-OTS..) Ground Beef 5''u.. .... S195 'i

Mrs. Smith Mr, and Mrs. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. DORSHlgglnbotham
I Davis. Mrs. Harris, Mr. and June, and I FROZEN I Milk' 59"/ FRESH BOSTON BUTTS .

I Knight, Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Kil-
/Bunn, Mrs. Wydell, Mrs. drlf- AOR.DQG- Pork Roast 39
gore and family. .. REGULAR 2/29* FOOD (fl CANS) Lb.
fin and Mrs. Slade.
: .
Sunday afternoon visitors of REGULAR 49* THRIFTY MAID '
Friday May 21 the Baldwinm. Mr. and:! Mrs. Doss Hlggin- I Friskies. .81. REGULAR 59* HORMEL
until 12 a. m. the Baldwin ( .
bo thorn were Mr. and Mrs. ICE .
High School Athletic Booster Freddie Fllllngham of Jack- MILK Br'ns'weiger L 39/: i
Club is presenting! "Avlnger sonville and D. J. Parrlsh. REGULAR 2/37* ? THRIFTY MAID 2-o[. BOTTLES) I

Appreciation Day" In the high Mrs. Ftlllngham Is the granddaughter REGULAR 59* COPELAND

school gymnasium. Entertain- of Mr; .and Mrs. HALF Catsup 6..s1.
ment during the afternoon HlKKinbotham. 391. 4 Sli. Bologna <* 49
includes talent round GAL. '
a show Mrs. Ellis Oiddens of Jacksonville I I'IC.NPAKFROZEN
and square dancing. BIuslo. for and Mr. and Mrs. (TWIN PACK) BALLARD OR I
the occasion will be furnished: PILLSBURY
James Coleman and daugh-
by Ken Clark and his Merryby I ters spent Friday to SundayIn WHOLE CUP (I6-os. CUPS: ) 1 Towels 3f l. Can Biscuits 4 for 39
Ken Clerk and his Merry La Belle with Mrs. Coleman's Strawberries 3 $1. [ ;
Mountain Men Appreciation cue. '
Day Is an opportunity!' for the Patty sister Parrlsh Mrs of Pat Jacksonville Johns.- TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN C8-oi. PKGSJ) REGULAR 39f NESTLE BARS 'OO-BAR( PKJ KRAFT: SLICED MOZZARELLA cr<(6-( <1z. Pkg.JSwiss ) .-.

community to help raise University was home for Fish Sticks 3 $1.
for ""Cle. Candy 3 For $1 Cheese 39x
money the hlwh school)
athletic department FInd show the weekend with her parents MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS (FAMILY SIZE) :
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrlsh. :
our appreciation() Coach Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Mrs. Fruit Pies 3 ""Cle. $1. REGULAR 494 CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 FAMILY (28( -os. Pkg) J
Harold J, Avlnger for a victorious Buddy BraJshaw: attended. a VAHLSING OR ASTOR FROZEN (1oi.1 PKGS.)
1964 St. Johns River srirwer at the home of Mrs. French Fries 4 Cremes 39 "
Conference Football Champ- $1.
r- )
Ed Harris In Jacksonville last .
*iri: -hlp. Everyone la Invited I
Monday night given in honor FRESH PRODUCE
to nttenj.:
of Mrs. William Mclnanary.
Th' senior class at BaldwinJr
*' JTlqh School plan a Mrs. Dickie Harris was apntlpnt REGULAR 73t EXTRA LARGE SIZE CRESTJToofhpasle'.7.TUbe57
in St. Vincent Hospital -
trip Miv wh' ''1thev wlU
I from Friday! to Saturdayof FANCY GOLDEN ''BANTAM
visit the iCORN
University Dr f Florldlin lust week.

i Gainesville.The Baldwin. Safely' Patrol I T'1111"' ('" OK aUI) T i j .

boys attended the wrestling ".R. SOI. I-ttwtey, Kit.*. ,
matches at the Jacksonville
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Coliseum April 22",and 29 Sunday School, 10 a. m.

Tickets for the matches: were\ I,I Morning!! Worship, 11 a. m. REGULAR 69* ANTISEPTIC.
provided by the Mamie Atncs F.vl'nlnaBl'rvlce., 7:30 p. m. 10 EARS '5 91J
Jones Elementary School I YPE, Wednesday 7:30: p.m.- I

PTA. Chaperones were' D. Z.I Robert Yates, pastor. 'Listerine
Young, principal, Theo Taylor i 7-oz. iJ
Cedrlc Wildes and Earl Moj- FRESH LARGE STALKS

ley.The INOTICH. nv "noi>Ti4)N OP ")
Baldwin\ High School IIKMOI.I: "TIOV OK IIO.III> Of Celery 2.FO29
track team won the St. Johns 1'll'rITY1IN 111NNIIIa KH. .
1.0" TilT ".:"'1'."'"
River Conference Track "'/>! NTV fill ,IIVI. Ito'U 1.V- FRESH RIPE AND SWEETPineapple
Championship and the Class .l\lt.lKI'M'TI.. <>> :ill). TOWN.HIIII '. EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA

B Group 4 Championship in K'XT II nail X1/1H\alFr.HYIIf Fit"23 .J1f.; ..GREEN nr awww..STAMPS d7l GREEN STAMPS dx GREEN STAMPS 3 For"99tON.
N.iw ... ,,
the past two weeks. 'Thirteen liT'1'.1 HOt 11XY. TIIH w wM ax www A0 aa?.V .nX nr Na. wwr .
WHIT: TO NTtTH Ho %I> II. exn..or.AR. ...... .
boys on ..
are qualified for state I 1IM>-1 \V tlllt-A .. .. .. pN.u.. ON J AIIt Iv e ,
meet Friday in Gainesville. TIIK m'''r Aa1R III''<-!...''''. Pizza Pie !
tau "V It..r. Beef Instant Tea
us Ot'Y.T9
The Baldwin Schools<> presented GOOD THlltU MAV LrM .... ... Watermelons \
AMI Till.; I'1IILIU IY Jt GOOD THRU MAY 000 TMNU MAT .. he" 99j
their Soring' Concert "M. TO TUB !..">! I.VIXJ .Y .NNWINND/II\, "71 ..,.. ....,_, "74 "
Friday nlrht. May 7. in the WITHIN TIIK I-UPI\I-N: ""' t nAN rWnlNtrrtN 7'U.
'I'll I.HF:1tM.TO : S. No. 1 'YELLOWOnions
Baldwin High School Gymnasium fl ...... IT NIT ro\cKHi:
under the direction of .. Notlra,. I lit, hereby irlvrn that EXTR EXTRA .E XTRl1 419wM
I .
n MIIV .. 5 ;
ms In naunrduniowith ] Lb.[..
Richard A. .
Dlclcio'n: Drum Hxrtlnn JJH08 through d'u GREEN STAMPS .4'Ji GREEN STAMPS .d.'Jl GREEN STAMPS .
players from Maxvillv In the U61:. Klorlit. HialulM' th. nwM-N n.a.uwa J. .11M w1 W..M w.uq.a a wa w..aww-aua-
Pourd.. iif "'.. FRESH CRISP
only ONI 10.01. pica.MILLIO .
concert were Joey Nolan and
Krinlfiiril' TCN a.ot COOK QUINCLI.K ONC pica
Cliff Slade ... | >,il n 'R.nolutlnn Pounty. rlnaln KlnrliUniluitt Pecan Halve TNOFHV .>.AO UTILITV
:Friends of I vactttlnit. mid abandoning' that. Steaks a/ Bags Cucumbers IcK 5
Mrs. R. V. Dur- jou.1:. .
0000 THRU MAY TM .... .
> l..w enunv ruled rued ly iS: OOO THRU MAY l'Xiai.- OOO THRU MAY IfTWiT .
rance will be interested to 'tag In t, I'n' an. TownxHIp .. F72
., "75
know she has recovered froma N"ulh ItaniriSi. : and run.B'np any WWM" "'VII AT AMY. wwgNVn a..'WTKCREJEN < .

recent operation In Doctors Ihi.'. AV.'"in't i?.,, Htnf.11t at. Road)toad 8-100--100 on* REG. 231* DIXIE DAlU.INGoVWttEAn
Hospital Starke. (.l'..l'"r.. ,
nniinrlnir and
The Community was glad ti >nv right of the dlnrlnlmn" Cuunt>- I d7( GREEN STAMPS ] du GREEN STAMPS I d7f STAMPS Bread..n19
see our clinic nUr M*\ I I aril., Public In and to th. Ian I M11M IN*MMMM JM IUIUMM MM.r auw w.wwa .a..w, t

Blanche Montgomery, bark on .rid Irhg. edred..aNe.d within. th.. confine:..n.1o. ofDutnl ON* I.. ONt fl.Ce. PRO.Modes .
the Job last Thursday: alter along thl. 4I Uy .., May. PecaTRADO! >a CANNIO Ham HORMn. 4 aouUUa ORUIR REGULAR 39* DIXIE DARLING ANGEL FOCO .
absence. A. 1> 10B5.. ..',wL: ,GOD THRU .... '
hoard or Cinn, "i' Cnntmla, MAY il''i. OOO THRU MAY '

shower Mrs. J.last C. Nolan Monday attended night at a .alonera By-'..0.1...CIIARL.RA.of Bradford A. PAItDT County ar ..... .INN"MI. X73 v.r. a1 awr WnN1.11.[ IyTJ l.NGODTNRYMAY1.'O AI .....anw Mmt Cake . 1"" -&. .- 2.9PACE. !: 1

the home of Mrs. Ed Harris In Clerk of old Uoard I It II
Jacksonville. The shower was (Official.. R.alt ) I
tabu -U .
for Mrs. '
given William Mc-



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i mothers! bringing their children to use U.
Farmer's Diary to this area Those of Small Fry BaseballWe
you who have not been to have several Inquiries

>., Sam MeGarrey the Area take advantage of about when our small fry
the facilities and ,come on baseball season will start 1C

"berry capitol of the coun Little League Baseball. Oarden scored. ;the. winning down We would like tor you I wlU begin as soon as we are

I try." Standing I Ion lost: I : run and beat them 10 tu 9 able after the end of school.
j! There Is "Cold" In Bradford County I Wt'stt'I'1Auto., 3-0: Ralford. I !Summer Krrrealluii ProgramWe I

The Fall held recently was 2-1; Johns Oil 2-1 : Tllesfs. are now In the ;processof I

a big success, but even better 2-1; Medical Aisn. 1-2: Law- planning our summer recreation I

I GUEST EDITORIAL things are In store for the I try 1-2: Southern Discount : program and would t trl trnytn i Serving Florida

By W. ,. Willce, Sr. county' biggest' attraction. Anew 1-3; : Llbt sty National 0-3. like for anyone who hat any Since 1950
will be tart.l t!
horse bam Results. : suufiestloivi to call them Into '

noon, and another building 1:11 I Monday. May 3- Southern the Recreation! Departmentand t lorida i1 Qreettarj oervtce ffncMr
1 ,
planned, no next year's event Discount 10. Johns 011 14: we will nee If they can
Do you recall the story of a man up Santa Fe was in our County it would I i
in Alaska at or near the turn of the be worth millions of dollars to our should be bigger! and better Libel! ty National. 8. Ralford. be walked 1 In our program, ....,..,"" --..
Not no long ago we were than ever I D); Medical Awn. 6, Lnwtey Cluircli Softball I l.eatne.
present century whose little cabin constituents, properly developed. The I'I 8.j t
flooded out by r< faced on a stream of water? One day ultimate conclusion for the lack of ( rains and here we are a- The red bun !season la h'rlll Western Auto 7. I are Interested, In forming this (d'oihvinKeprcsentiiUve; ao

while throwing rocks at a target, the development in this area was lack of pin caught up In the midst (scratch! and all you have la I Tluirs.. May\ 6-Liberty league and l would like to have. I4 tt Welcomes

rock ricocheted off a large boulder proper roads, paved roads if you of a regular owing drouuht. It I do now In work out In the. : tional 1, Southern Dl : two mote so that) we could 1 1j

and dropped at his feet. lie picked it please. Where else in Bradford County was Interrupted about two I yard, for awhile scratch I I II Frl. May Western NI'-t have a league of four teams lOI.'l: K.: Call SI.I f, You and Your

up and noticed a gash had been cut is thete a finer area or natural resource weeks altO by. heavy rain I and the "chUgers" will net 9, Lnwtey 7: John This Is ait excellent number Slarke. Family to Your

in the "rock" that he had thrown. that might be developed to a but we've had none since, and you If you don't watch .out.We've Medical I A sn. 0; Trl lIt 10'j for a good league, I'h. !9i$4la:': :: =New Home
Li really burning up found that If we us anInuctlclde Raiford :3Schedule Softball. Held
and the gash' reflected that the "rock"was greater advantage: economically than a hot nun
the area. call "Off beforewe : I IMml. We are \ery bunny that we
almost gold. Becoming this Lakes Santa Fe area/ ?
pure very work In the yard that It .. softball of FloridaIt
!May" IT-John* Oil vs can play' our games at The State
excited he got into his canoe and
But If the usual weather keeps them off. But no tar Luwtey. at Lawtey. Southern I our nsw field the first game.

paddled to the nearest trading post. May\ a plan of implementation be pattern holds, we may expect we've found nothing to give Discount vs Medical Assn, atStaike. was played Thursday night.' I Is Our le) irv To :Make You Keel Welcome and

a two days journey away. The rock suggested in this ,article? The Brad- a shift noon and the dally relief. when one of the little Liberty Nutloiuil, I vs May. tt. a and a iiixxl crowd wmthere : Tit Ar<|intinl You With Your City.(

was said to have assayed 20 carat ford County Chamber of Commerce Hummer forrcaAt will be-: rascals sneak bY your defense Tltest. at llamptonTuea. I I If von went to see some

gold. "ahow accompanied by and start chewing on A .. May -Halford vs Rood softball games drop on
reflects every qualification of being rrs If Jim are new in I the areii. .n phone 1 ( ?
and capableof high winds 'In some loclltla." tender. spot Western, Auto at StmkeThur ,. bv on TuiHdiiy. Thursday and
aggressive progressive, I
We of Bradford County eem to sponsoring a* a project, a road development In the meantime however *.. Miy :20! Johns OH Ptlday nlwhU." rail will bring jmi a prompt visit
Trouble Is, the bite last so
Teen Time
everything U drying up and vs Liberty National at HtaikeFrl. ,
share a similar experience with the program around Bradford th* old water hone! In a plant's long. A bee sting for Instance .. !May :91-Western Auto I Iv We are having excellent from ;>our meet ho>'te-!*. I'leaxe Rite

man in the story above.True. we do County's portion of the lakes; Does bent! friend 1 IA bad enough and It hurts !< Southern, Dlvoimt. atStarke r' crowds but' we always have,

not have nuggets of 20 carat 'gold} the Chamber hate a better objective ,I like the mischief for a short 7 p m. I-awtey' vIII 1 1RnlfcMd. room for a tree more, and can, her a call! She IIIIH! inapt and many

right in our front yards but for all purpose on its agenda? Does it havea Aside from a few berries on time, but not more than a few nt Rslford. 3:30: p 01.1! find sotiirlhlng for von to > free unit wonderful gifts for ;you)

practical and economic purposes we more constructive' and economic Ish| the highway the season la\ hour But we had one chlg- Trust VI i Medical Assn." at to have an enjoyable. night

have the equivalent of a gold mine tential for the whole County's benefit. over and it was a disappointment get< bite last week that Itched Stal III"". 7pm. I Tollltvrea' from local l>iiiine.se4.AYKAll + a

right here in our own Bradford Coun- than the Lakes Santa Fe project? I to moat grower True, and Itched dar after dar,. andIt Jr Baseball league I I It I IA nice to see so many, r

The twin lakes. Santa made but not look! like! the rascal ha* We. have about 40 boy \
Fe. money
ty. are unexcelled Could or would it accept this challenge: ? Rome \.
in natural beauty anywherein much more than cost and staked out a aub-dlvl-Uon on .-0, klnll out hut need several

the State of Florida. God must have the drawn must be rated u a my knee and has settled down more to get thin: league started I
Then. in coordination: and cooperation and Invited his slaters" and hit' .
: smiled when he finished this part of fairly poor one. And oddly enouati. Any bon wanting. to playIn
. with our County Commissioners! It was a luck: of cold cousin' and hU aunts the Jr league should contact -
His creation and called it very good. 'HOUND ROMANCEr !
cannot plan of financing the "LAKES weather which caused a pour the Recreation IVpiirtment -

As Bradford County's natural resource SANTA FE PROJECT" be materialized return to the Growers.S. Work ha been resumed on .- .. ,- ,....-..I'I' .N..4_

nothing within hundreds of ? The first excuse! to be offered will .. the cleaning out of Water American fusion n...*etmll. ".' '" -1 1vVomcn ..... .......;--.....
miles of here compare with the geological be that the County does not have any Saw a film on blackberry ,. Oak Creek" and as dry a* It Hnow. : All! hove Interested In play ( .' ,.-
advantages of the Lakes Santa production lat week and thethlrur no one la I worried about tng Traton! baseball this Hummer f "ht err

Fe, as their waters originate from innumerable finances to develop such a projtoet'l that Impre aed u* was flooding rain Bt It will rain should mntnct t one of the t 't:t r .. j.

cool water springs which and that is correct. Why I that fruit sllrlu out all over hard again and when It doe, following : John Manning. Irt't ;

mean that the high and low level have such: a aunt of money immediately the buhM. and can be eaullypicked. Water Oak'w1U' flood the ,urroimdlng Charles Schaefer or A. U ,/
are I -
at their disposal No other county 1 arm aa It ham been "
within three feet of each other. They I Instead of hidden In a Crosby Jr ,
kind of doing. for some time The ... ((0
have in Florida has that uncommitted : : clump of briars the way the Snrihall league \ .
beautiful sand beaches. a wide- funds in reserve; but Bradford wild varlHei are. Plus the fact problem will not be solved Thin. past week's", action In I ,
variety of the State's more beautiful varltlca though; until the project In the Meti't .
County has the potential wealth in that the cultivated Hoftball league saw /
trees, Flora and Fauna. the area herewith discussed to enableit I I produce heavier and that the made one for the entire ares (larden Restaurant remain t

adequate finance in the blarkberrtrVar* much bUver/ Innludlng New River and San I undefeated and Starker move ,_ rnvww
Fishing l is better than average, compared form of, a type of retirement bonds, ta P, River.S. Into second place, and the ,
with of Florida opening of the new .softball
any fresh Water ,
revenue certificates, state assistance, I. One thin for sure grower Maw a couple at mocking
lakes, and considering the somewhat aid reasonable her" will be watching 'hplanUnaw tlf'ld.Ttl""y'l
or even Federal to a i btrd.i. chasing a crow one daylast night action at .
mediocre Florida blackerrte around .v
ConL'lerv.tionDepartment' of
extent. It 'is believed that in additionto I week and they did everything tirooker saw Biookrr bent

program as it relates to the many, many new residents! that here! ", and If they watch prove for! but spit In him eye They Hampton 13 to A\ and Harden' r frwly' admit that they */--v-t'*

restocking! schedule. Fish breeding baa paved roads would attract into our profitable i you can Butt If that \ beat the atufflng out of him. ,Itestaurant beat Natural" Gas the Mpt't.'tl I anti convenience of our drive-in.
remarkably fine protection in Lakes' \ other to fallow for tnwxl, I reason All he |
county, the present residents of this Bradford County and 44 to 2 In five liuilnw on even window wrvico..all ye'ar'round.
Santa Fe due to the protection of happen then probably raided their nest and home teller "
runsThursday "
area 'would welcome an opportunityto will take Its place& aa the it's .tho jjreutrat toqNO
grass bed." and cypress trees growing, their just share of taxes (for ate their egos night saw the\ _._. Men think :;d6d '. *..*
in the lake. Truly a paradise for pay Oatnrsvlll. largest crowd: ever to attenda parking) prohlcrrw, no stnndin? in line} !/
such improvements.As tvttvvvvvv4vvrnLAWTEY Tndor and ions of
sportsmen' if only had rvv" softball game In Stake' and are. Drive in drive up
we a publie Mr. and Mr. Oary Perkins' just conio an you .
relations group to capitalize on these waVan I and children of Jacksonville 'the opening of the new ballpark urivo oil-it'a that tu'mplul!
great potentials! a matter of fact if there Beach were visiting Rev. and oit Oeluer rond for the
manner in which the first time In the first game
theweekend natal/
John Perkins over here r.
\ Kfri drive-In banking
residents could evaluate the Fla IV..t Control beat. Noegel's. Start your
So much for the Lake as such. present By 1:.*. BUnrhrdAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAJ '
17 to 1.1 In eight Inning of
damages and costs of operating their I' Sunday visitors,, of Mr and
disgraceful play. A ndII\ the second present were
the Wllklnon
over I Mrs Bennett
A former Fish ... Game Commissioner car bent Natural" (Isis III
thi4manner Mrand
expended and famlllea
road the said sums i their son
\ MIETINO' I to 3 In five Inning\
purchased a large tract of land IMfORTANT Wllkis
could reasonably represent > Mr*. Bennett n.
, on beautiful Lake Santa Fe several very of extra taxation I All cltlaena of Luwtey are Jr.. Mr and Mr*. Donald Wllklson Filduy night saw HunipUm" FLORIDAAT
the meet at the City II beat 1"rf'.t. Control .10 In Hand
years ago He was financially capableof amortized Invited to | and family, and aon-In-
them over an : .
imposed upon night May IT at Nopgel'i" Auto Males. glvn!
\ Monday
.J buying lake front :. 1 Ins and dauuhter. Mr and
property anywhere period of ten to fifteen years. Who organ- Garden the scare of their\ life
for the purpimr
7:30 antigranddaughter
: arris $
in the State of Florida. Another Mr. Roger Kd AT t STARKEOne
rather spend this fire department. i I leading, thrm to the
I would not gladly Ulna a volunteer all of Jacksonville \ by up
person retired, looked at waterfront kind of waste money in taxation for If you rant fight fire, bottom of the seventh when

West! property but finally from decided!' Pensacola to purchase to Key good paved roads? It is reasonably you CAN be a bn'Mlf'r1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise, were Mr and Mr Charlesitxldrn of 31 BAnks of the Florida National Group
estimated that the mm on I enjoyed dinner
and family .
the Fish A of Call..ha"\.Ir!\ amiMr
Several: Game Commissioner'sproperty. automobile belonging to a local Method ACTIVITItMOrar Hunday I with, her mother. Mr. John II Albritton and .ions. of Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.YOUNG .
retired executive!' resident of this area is at least one Brown who ha* \been!' 111 recently !- Jacksonville and. Mlsn Trrrypiins
and people from other states have located SchooL B 4 S a. m WoruMp better
year less than automobiles that operate MVP each: I but Is much of Tallahsstee. I
on the Lakes Santa Fe. paved roads. II a. m and I p m. Mr' and Mra Roy ReddUh I
upon WMlnenday. S p. m Prayer with
of Webster!' spent Sunday
JUST WHAT DOES ONE THINK( Circle t a. m 'ond.--.loon' Mra. V R. Reddish.Mr .

,. MOTIVATKn: THESE PEOPLE TO Last but not .least by any odds In I I Perkins paotor the and Mr*. P. I. CMnkln
PURCHASE evaluating the possibilities and pnten.ttals The WaCH met at had aU of their' children with
of materializing this' "LAKES-: church Tuesday May 4. tbem Sunday Mr and Mr
BRADFORD COUNTY? Does Bradford covered dlah dinner followed I Jacksonville.Mr .
SANTA FE PROJECT" is the enlist Jim Burton of HO !
" County advertise the greatest of resident of Brad by a program presented bJI'I and Mr Harare< Cox of
its natural Not ment of one man a I:. If*, and bualne**
many reL'lourcell1 adequately substantial citizen Mrt. R. Wildo.' Mr and Mr. P. UIMnkln
ford County, a MaeB
Does Br.dfordaunt, build I I aewrion conducted br Mra *. Jr and David of St
and maintain proper and negotiable with an enviable political record!' Well pc'f'.Id.nt I Augustine., and Charles bin-

roads into the area of its greatest history our own Senator representingthis Pint HaptUt SundayBrtwoL kin ofrk..
district' He is a citizen who la 10 a. m. Worship II a .h. Phillip
natural resource* The existing roads Mr and Mrs
speak for themselves most knowledgeable in the area under m. and 1 p m. Training Union. and family of Jacksonville GO CHEVRON !

4 discussion His abilities and talent 7 p. m Prayer B.nrtce. / p I were vUlttng Mr. 0 J. Phillips

are unique in the field of political m. Wednesday. family night during the weekend,
Can just imagine what 4th Thunday I II
one any achievement, when he is so dedicatedto on Ind and i Mr Cl L Peterson wa*

other group of County Commissioners a purpose. He is a master in the I Charles" lIaM" ". pMtor Sund4y. vtsKor of her un-ln-
or acti\e Chamber of Commerce south Church of Ond: Sunday Mr. and
art of persuasion and negotiation. If II law and daughter

of Lakes Santa Fe would do and give this man should be persuaded in his School,and.10 a.7-JO m.WQf'ehlp.p m YPgWednesday : Mr. RrlrMuse of I ........ Put that Young Ha spirit In

for such comparable waters within hold the a m. Mary Ann Motes curl! You get t n heart. start
mind that this project potential 7 10 p. m. -Knherf weekend your <<
their jurisdiction It I is completely beyond merit herewith discussed, he Y..... panrtor I Cape rued.Canaveral of her grn ws4 <'a lmotherMra to fun iwl. frii-mU when you fill
the realm
of one's
comprehension h.J at his command the respect of our Mother'' IMy wj observed F.ffle' Mtnei up with Chevrons. the liivtiergutfilitMM.

just why the properties surrounding legislative personnel, he ha* the entree .t the rhurrhe* with flower Mr U M,. MrClrlUn and CuMtoin-iiuulu fur your iruxlt-rtt
our lakes have received!' so little to otd..c and youngest
to political avenues necessary for the "'r". R. II Putrh.
her mother and the. drive. Try Litton for
with car: way you
attention or development> Outsider the mother
materialize such a program. With his mother" Wednesday with Mr
are captivated with the beauty and wisdom experience. advice, and cooperation the snout children. pr.wnt spent and Mr Walt. Reddish and newt, litrlirr power, n..wu,1 You II lovo

attractiveness of the properties on the Bradford County Com. RIRTian&T PA.TY : children at RstfortJ a.p} heir wtliIC.r"lui..t(. | perfunnano, too. Jet

Lakes Santa Fe and are equally amazed misslofier and the sponsoring groupof Mr Bobby Dial ent rtalnMra. Michael Water, recently of r y 'Iwivrort: tutJuy at your IWH" rent Standard!
entertained j\
at the lack of road developmentleading Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Bobby afternoon Dyal of ta.tI Port Oordnn.a who has 4, ,' tdtitin, wlwrw. ur take better run of vaur car.

into the property in question. could succestfully promote the Wednesday by. who was evMirattlng her I I I been upending hU furlough(. 40''I r I y I //I"
n pr
with! M parent t01ANp
"LAKE SANTA FE PROJECT. 1 IWh birthday anniversaryThe to PortBanning. ; a l
to report
'' leave y
Two County Commissioner from 20 children attending ni -

the south of us happened' to be our May it be within the will of the i oyed playing nortball and ;II Joyce, CMMr ninth and< M1.41| +
for Mrs, trial wa* i iaaoUted s AR'
guests three day. One of them other nave Terry attended the
mentioned here a* well a*I RUxabKh
refreahmenta -
while discussing the great potentialof : In "rnnn AMnrutlonal Sunday School:' k
our lakes as a source of future God' Grace that our project be 'developed. ', by Mra.' RAlph WMPTRKOXAIJI | I| Mesa Meeting at iraham

taxes, made such a remark : "If Lake i{ Baptist Church Thursday ,
bather WlUlruon. our I
During the program ,.
evening .
.njoy.d Moth r
oldest!' mother. -
Rev, James T.mpiahowf'd
er'. Day with her children picture of Uw IMy land. 4 _

TELEORAPH their famUlr. and friend Mr and Mr If C wainwright .
RIQ4 calling sh!' rf wv-. with hrdauchter.
Jr of Raton i
4 ESTABLISHED .IS70K. "''n. T T Blackburn the weekend:I .ltb Mr

and Mr' H C W.ln.rUht Q '13;; Ct 'x. 4- 1
= L. ....TT1I..... ..rro. a** PYKNwsCt | Mr and Mr 3m tn and JoI,.. C V. StrVfcland' -" -
were visiting her : I
family .
i OalnewUlir .aj Prkiay overnight ,
ho..a'. OI-TTIMWOUW.V wtgav Ntw..aea.. teas."a Co:: 'I mother. Mrs futma' Kuntro. Plus.
44 visitor of Mtwi' h _
/o Un.m ,..* .*.. and Mr. Read Norton over beth Terry II.. _It ...5 c1taYM _.,..eI

the weekend Pi\lends of Melon 1< B'MIWUkUon I
r isew TMu**oar AM* Cwrajm seer. Cca Marrc AT TN* f Sunday rUMor of Mr and Ale wiry to. know h*

Poo oevtc* AT TAMC. Fua. UMOCH ACT tar MaaieM a. est.. W,. W. r U"fOr... Mr I. cull. 'In 1M and K. G. DUNCAN AGENT
and Mr*. Jimmy Mnor of ,
togs!' he will snnn be sell I
IX THB TRACK AJUCA. ON* TKAA IJJO . six MONTHS 1104 Iiw.bwt. Mr' and Mr. H D I II
VMUn t.f rand "'r. B
OUTSZTXB 'TRAD AIt_" ONB Tian4M . ale UOMTtU' else Andrrv* and children\ of W11 C.: ReddUh during IN' week IJI I N Thompson. St, SlarkeBradford

wood and Mr and Mr*. Peter!'


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TWELVE: BRADFORD COCNTY Tit 1.:CRAk+R. 8T.48R. FLORIDA TIIn.' D"\1". MAT 13. 19fl3:


to dump refuse in the and twin daughters of Winter -II.. __rl...... A.t .l T.._1 I. >t Tue..t .
YYYYTTTTYYY TTTYYT any I .t lard ATM ... '-.. ."_ A..... mt T..... | "5 D-1 'o. *
A Owwr ad (Owe lead II T R A Owmrr mm* ..'..!.
f dad
designated area at the city I Haven spent the weekend herewith II T R A Owed r mmm (:.>ta

dump. Trash has been Utter his mother. Mrs. T. F. I I' 7T- Comm at K\v lUX
("or..r HK', ut.VM of NW. A Nlr H/W of CoRe
HAMPTONI d over a wide area around Brown. last week. :'"* Mt.l. H Along" of swv\ Ii.:* 1A Won Rd 3i J.28',
In 8W .i-nr K:*. :N (56.00'! Wly 18)',
Ht lln
dump and this makes it Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shealy >r S3.1 Kt for .
1-A XW
POM then N C-or 31Hi ''' For POH. Wly 110',
Impossible for Mr. Brown to I and family moved last week 410 Ft o' KK :
K 110 Kt, 8 420 Ft. |, .A In NBv.r N !17-. Fly noa :

drive near the site with the from the house next to the W 210 Kt to POR 12 T:1 :Jiorrla E. Starling 13.76: ( IIS B 13 ( Joe Janklni Est 101 17Sto POB 17,1 ,,13'' Leonard I* V rn.. 71.532llOffl.g
Phone 1710-E1Aof WH "
,3.-,44I K.k uf NWU .t "W 'or
regular trash collections> for postoffice to Tennessee. of ,
NKVt of SW *' "

the city. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling *!JIO c.f- Pom"F.'.. on W Hlit' 21 7 tl 10 Joseph H. Ones 10.27 of SbJ'. 24 5 13 1 Franco Jenkins 10.'_, N of 4H BE"-t. "' tn of POD NW'N* ,

All councilmen and city of- of Stai'ke were Sunday visitorsat of ltd 200 on Bide 1710-Com .t 8W Cor 174. K: Itf.V to WKW

$, of of rtiaa Lot 7 In fir Kd. 'a" on
fleers. exOt'pt.Mrs.: Lillian the home of Raleigh Bran-
\ of NE>, A Lwtey A. Run Non !: ltd R/W 174', W 1 _
1IEUE SATURDAY NIGHT Slade were present for the Hun \V 195, Pen Line to llwy 11& to PfD 17 'U I
nen.Mr. Kt', H top, iii 400 W .l J....... M.dl.OD
Plans for a chicken cupper meeting. and Mrs. Lawrence 112 Ft. Ely IJ7 Kt .. '. to POB Ex,Kt the E' 22S7-A- Com .t fE BwMn". Jr. IS 17
this Saturday night PERSONALS Toledo who To Rd S 2J7: Ft to 200 'or nf
were completed Mengof Ohio Ft. 24 S 12 8W.! of
at the PTA meeting Mr and :Mrs. Woodrow have been visiting here with 101II PUB-Lot Kx 4 of R/W HIS u:4 '7 fl 1 D. U Th inmaa II.71 1731- V'", of :--rw', I 1>01't. M. I>anton 111 SKH A Run N 2'$-'
of !XW-t for POH. :N ,04.23'
:8 .
Tuesday' May 4. Hicks of Ooala were visitinghere I I'r.d Bk
Serving begins a S p. m. for with her mother Mrs. Meng families, are spending 105 In Hraham{4 Pit of 8K:'. Rx: 1-A In B on N K/W of
Louia Dempsey", 8.M SB Cor : Or Kd 1991to! p.OU .
the of Southern Fried Mamie Mead several !in Fernandina 21 S 22 f Robert 1.9S
aupper for Mother's. days 1022tat: 4 of Blk 17<16S 250 Ft of- Whit OR Bk 14-117 17 8 22 Jam. E. Starling 14 It
chicken! with prices at .1 for i i I Beach with Paul Mrng this 3 tn Clra-lmtn lauds, Dempsey 87.04 HKVf of XE'0' :: & N'' 0' NWy

adults and 50 cents for chil Day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons I week. 1 H4! -411, lit$."Wf.11V'. E: of"fnivei fK'. KX I A In of-.F: '.. IS < It 20 Brul Tyson 45.I .1
UK; for
dren. were on. a fishing1 trip AROUND TOWN NWS K of IUvr10H1 19 4 12 100 "'. H. E'twarnX. Jr. 71.10 178G.A-1 I-V la H5for 2a B 22 4 :Naomi- TlMlala' 7.l 2274 of KI., of In NKl.NR Cor nf8B

A. cartoon carnival an added to Homasassa last Saturday. Volunteers were a little -NWS, M of Klv- of .f S"oof *10 ft 105: WHy

attraction for the evening Mr. and Mrs.\ Oene Clouse '!,short Thursday morning last .r 30 4 13 10 W. H. F.ilwmrAf. Jr. 4234 KKK of :NICU: of \1 Ft N H It f IS William Tyson Jr 471
I 111114-I..t 4 In :O>F.I.! 1 B 22 I 11. L. Prenrot E.t. "1 .5 p 1l1o! (: '. 2$ B II 1 r> vld Jamca 1.31 >!72-(m it BW for
and daughters and Howard 1 week when a call came for ... 30 A ill In 17"0' NE'i of $B"' or NW'.

SOFTBALL NEWS Hill of Bradenton spent last the fire truck. The truck Womllnwn Ex H/W 11 II 12 If Jamea. H. Ennlre 1.69 of JIB: of NE'. 27 5 J3 :1 Bra Orltfra E.t. 41" Run 29.1'; K''r !1'-
1377ALol 8 of Hlk 1T8I-4'1: :>"4 of >'W<4 OH. N 3103. B IU'.
Softball league were weekend here with Mr. and manned by one-'wasn't. used.
games 'I 7 In T..LWt.y W. of of NE', 27 S 21 10 Edna H 10. W 110' tion .
E. / 54 II
twitched to Starke last week Sirs Don Hill and daughters! however as the fire was a of Rv Finest l1t. PI.17 I71I-A; W'i' of Hfii': Walnwrlfht 11 t nt 1 Ernest Wllllama I IS

all but the Brooke home i Mr. and Mrs Coleman Does i turpentine platform to 13R4-E!: of Tot 3 of NWl, of sat" : 5-VRS: of KWH'
I of Ullc 9 Lo..y, W Kx, I/ot 200E: A Why of MU <" *. F: imo
games, with the completion of of Dundee and their grand I the home of Katie May Pitt- I Of Hv Lot being 127' N A li II I 23 .... Robert L. Tyler *" of NWW. or NW',

the Starke playing field. I daughter. Sharon. were weekend I j man east of Hampton. Onlookers Apprnx 110 by 100135 Hiram W. 4.71 '"HS.U-1 Lot In TO or aw ', R.* iA in

Hampton won Friday I visitors at the home of r kept the fire from -Wt, of lx>ta tA. C-or of wi' of UK-"' ; NO Cor For Cku 11. I] II Clarcnea Da Ru. 25 41
4..t If till 9 In ... I, of XW'. ef $W. I2S7-:Nh of HW lt of
night's game over Florida Pest Mr. and Mrs M. F. Lee and I spreading through the surrounding Jx.wt,,y W of) Sty I I'31.rl' Calla D. '4 tinK A W by *WV'. *.. HK't: of

Contr. 1. 10-8. and Tuesdayltampton family.Mr. grass and the tur- 7.01 by 27' N A 8 21 1 It l'i IBB III." KW Ex.: 1 """I| AIn

lost to Brooker. and Mr! Frank Hardin i perrUne- soaked platform I t3 In o-r",1 l.wty 7 of W Blk of 9 U07.ABp.of MIC for. of SO' Lot W UW, NW for II* Kt V. of u/w N'4K 11 C SI 51 Cia....". Da Sti. S .01t

this 1.Pl'9 of Jacksonville visited here > burned to the ground. I J :'.. of SW''.. E.
Tuesday !frame I Ry Kx; ES: A Wi.jor 69. N 10H-. \\ 100'. *:

was with Natural Oas. ant Tuesday last week with Mr. Mothers honored at services : lot 7 Hlk II Edward. Lee M....." 59.99! H 1UOE 100to bit T'an 23-M:: l>>>>>eao 'la oil
13111- Lot 8 it 1 ts
of Rlk
ron .
Fuday this week. May. 14 and Mis.: K. B. Watterson.; I at Hampton Baptist Church II In l.awteyv of 2t s ti Helen Barroit .. 7.11 I Dorothy a '.
J.nnl. Hall
1511.AR.g In SW! 4ton
Ibunpton mecca; Garden Restaurant Sunday visitors were Mr. and Sunday morning Included Mrs. I Kr F.. Wk, .A E Haf for of Loot II X 5J90-A-71..r $65.S

In Storke at 7:30: Mrs. Morrow of ThomasvUle.Oa. Mamie Mead, the oldest moth- Tat 7 Hlk II Audrey E Manaey: ...21 111!' for POP. H" of NW for of .>IFot :-
l I 1 1318 Lou 1 I. 2. 3, 4Blk 0 100' N W SWi,, 5155,
t W 100' ,
Tuesday;;! May 18. they again :Mr and Mrs. Watterson er present: Mrs. P. O. Smith. 13 In LMwity rl 1O$'. .U> POH 11. 12 H 41 r r. JO' R: Along -

take on Garden Ke!>: urllnt- wre fishing Thursday near the youngest mother present: W of Hy Wayne E. '1.14 M'4 Sljita Mt Rd Ut
|: 13 1-1"1.l 5. 6. 7 A '. 1'037-fat. 44 lmr.itmnt Corp.S.7 3 27 T N 151'
7:30 in 1 Brooker with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 51. s?. NWIr
probably at : p. m. and Mrs.\ C. Williams the of Hlk 12 In Law.ty 81 A 83 A BS of S77' to Poll UK

Starke. since the first game'' TJ. Cooper of Starke. mother with the most chil W of Ry Wayne E. Massey. J9 7914UA Ix.ta 51 A .0 in 23-"$ II 1 tt Mack Lans

on the schedule is! a BrooKei i Mr: and :Mrs Frank Brown deem Each was presented with W. I00 of Wondlawn 11] S 23 10 Ormond U. Itoalfa.r 112.1>:2: 22V1.II- Com nt :lilt
I! a gift of a potted fat S or Dlk W 22: In | 1 1I4IJ-A. -IA "80.' In : ('.>r orqJl: '" atHWH.
nome plant.OTIfH In
game. Lawtay of
I i NW\ for uf I** 54 W x\.4''. !M

LITTLE LE.IGUEF.R S -mowVntlr. Rv -P-1.- ._ t.- -1Allt..,.._..,._. u...n 1 s I In Wood lawn II I u 1 Surely :Mt*. Ind. Co. 11.05S 240' For 15)13. w

Hampton's Little Leagut > ., Of T.\[ .%I.8I 1439-PV- of nik,, 34 In 1It1."'. H to .V f Side
.. LjiwtoyV or Hy Mattla Cartar IIoU: 1141-EV, 'wnLot 13 of Ht Hd !I.UIt"! ".
baseball team started the sea- .... I/e h..rpl.v "Ivpn that the 1.t dny n' .Tlln... 1965 1413-MS, of Blk 15 In .t1I II 11:2 Ion Hugs Crawford. 511 1 HKIv ..n H'l! to A ft '
n'' "',,, 1\ln\ At '
son strong on Saturday. May' .al. Ar.It.t.,, .. 'k."'11I. (to.''."n'y nr n.'ulfn.' .... "'a,. 0' Flo '''.. 'A. In Ixiwt.y W of Hy Mattl. Carter. S SS un.A_ tn' 0' FIY' 8 of POll :Nir. foil. 11 i u ('lIArl...
aold nn 'the rollowlnlf 144-L>lal( Lot 7 KxE ol NT/
i with a 4-3 win over Law- .Ih'r"a" the s.onnt do.. ror taxe. II..r..ln Rot opposite drMrlbll the land to 200 Ft In LawtrW """ 'A :'WN\"f 34 ( 23. I la.for Ji'ntlal: SStl.a .-T-om at NH Cummings. 8r. II 14It

tey On Tuesday. May 4, they "lth, nil 0"'. ot ouch ...1. and all advertising.tame, to- of Uy Porla ;\(. Danaou 24.21 Houeing Inc. 110 M Cur of :tilt; ... ntHWt

trailed Western AUtO 7-"; '\w IJ..rh.tlun 1471-w'fc of Lot 10- 1101 1 loin 0. 7, In W 992.'

ul 1..1 S A..t ..f T.. ... A In LMWtcy E of Pq.l.vnl.I SiIHH3A I 13 11 Qaorc Strong Eat.: 14.74 Hlr IS*' la POM.
or .
then Monday this week John II 4 Owaoe ace .... Hy Joyce B. ...21 Haw at SW Uly AParN14ns

Oil boat Hampton 95. IfIn-AII N', nr NFti 1444- Ixit 1 H/T of fur Lot In I'I-MH- 1191' to W Line
COUNCIL TALKS ROADS W of Branch Fx: Lot 1In Town of f vlll Hun.( N 10.H .'.'. N" of 'V...- of

It'i, 12 e 20) 12'1 D.lor.n Awtny F: of Hy W. J. Ba.rt>.r t IS ., 1 P6', H 1&S', W NE''" of NWl/ Hlr
PROPERTY. \NITATIOV n2-R Corn R. Hodges U42e Par W Line 'o Ht
.t SF: IOC to POB
IS S 23t
1500- Lot 3 In Hlk Clarence Knx I 85 .
Road repairs and property ('or or NF.4: nt 14 In J..wt..y E of 1 18 7_lxit. 10. It. It 15191U S3t IS Hoott Strong' Eat, 1104 K4 H lit. HIr! to

transactions drainage and 13a2'Ito. n intwor :Ry Harry IClttl... 10 17 JI01 t., of NEV., a Ht. Not PCW
10: Mr la POll
of IW' It I U
10112_ On Lot 10* FtE. : & IS 13 John A.Cummin .
discussed at !CH 231. IC 10 B S. !Strong! I.4t >
garbage were all W 656'1'UH. .A W Uy 274 Ft 191 -NEVi: of HVIft **, Jr. II."
the regular meeting of the S 00504' 10'1294.86'. NAM/: l-ll SW ('..r NW *. Ex,; 1A 3291<- .-of N ISO' Df'OB' K
\4. of I tot. 17 Ex; H 137 In KM for H 120ol
Council Tues- 21\.3" 3S S 13sen '
Hampton City S II8.8 i Andrew 4ad.r... 1017 y, 44W of fiK\t of '
u Ft 1nLwtey B. of .t WW
day night.. May .. Jtt jh,. cityhall. UB t32G'. II 130' P- Hy .-Joacph Qumbtr 1.21 of NK <4 of 8WKun ,. lOW'4 1 K Jim Cummings. 11 47

U 10 JI )LKenttn257NWt4 1510 Com at S\V .- 'K" miv to W S2 l.--.V ISOof ft4t

Grading the road to provide : "f SW"4 Tank Linn Tno. 141/9 'or of l.ot IT. It/W Hwy 301, Nil:. W.' of kj! f joof
ly on W R/W 314' 440of NEy of
.t $Wljk2AIn' Hun N 34 Ft K UU .
drainage for the road adjacentto a! ,?' to SW's'* It
leJo ( 01' or MW", ot Ft fur a POB then 'fj jvjm I IS Clara Mae
12 I Alba 11 47
the May and Crawford Nw1. E... A/W 8 7 20 Roa'h.rn 011 a Itun N 344 Ft R: 10lKt. > 111.] Oro.... Inc. 1014 Utl.o-H ISOof H
2U- sat I of nlk 1 CII.m'.1' Co 72.14 8 348 Ft W 100 at NBfor aooof t!; !10' or
properties caused inclnvoa- In Ward City 8 Ft to I'OB In Law. of MM" '* of W4M at >fKH: of
7 !
fence to the property owners 2fi6-r..l. 1. 2. A 0' Mr. T. A. Or."n 8 U tcy K of HyI Mid 8tat.Hums NKV/ n I of sofor HWVi POH.M0' la9lYl-A:: :": 1 SO' H 1 IS Harold Cummings 11.8112ft'

The council agreed to deaf IUk 3 In Wd Inc. 43.70 of IB
("Ity 6 7.11 Freddie R loo', W'O', IIU4' of
!. WHO'
Clark f1 7 of
this up as soon as possible. 294-- late' 5. 8. 7. S, CIS-Silk Com at 1g HK Cop. / ,! H 13.IN/ 34', :NK:* of HWl, II' ..
of Ulk 11 In Ward of A Hun( W 70to Jack
I-UII Cmnmlot-a
Kenneth Brown and'Mrs. > W Nil Olt 2112-NE' or NWy lilT
t91Y Ft for a Pn.B. -
S 'I 30 IT C. Douglas, .1.11 Run N 274 Ft, 25.JS7 S 3 II 41114 fnnrordFln.noa K:. M 4411 Ft A 31:.
H Crawford were present at 32 '+ iats ii, 11
21 Ward: Blk W Hit I Vt. M14\! lo't. Corp. 71 57 44* F10:. JC/W IS 1 |J 14 Tnatltut For
the meeting. City I 7 IIG I'trl. 19"1I--C'onl at NW Oor
Stok. 11.12 K to POH I In
Dr. R. S. Mulllna. 401l-1t- I.t. 1 Ir I of" o o"o"t.t. Lawlay Kor -.-. M .J 0( 1t1oJ', of MWV 2800K4 fit NP1'4 of Rwrntul Houaln. II.] IIII

I, county Ulk ( of Corllottasd Hy Hun M ISO\ Ft to $51'. LS: .A I. xe
veterinarian, will be contacted S/U 1'nlt' 1 August C. M.rl''o 10.81 TVllllama t 41 Hd. loa H WKIy a. for II
UU-cum at HW Co* S II Ernest Dell 1101t
to be !in Hampton for Yalu'm40R NW'i of NW'i or Hlk II Abort Lug Kit 341 Ft to UftA. -Oom at HK
Kx,: 1 A N uf Hy 17 7 20 t* "Southern' Oil A N A- Hun HO'I I'OU. RUng Toil" Kt for "
pets. ._r Chemical a ltd 417 rt W I'M W4I- For POn. N
Dra Inane from septic tank s I 412-) :Ntfc nf 1.oOt 1 Co. 1(8334 POH I hon run M lit Kl,1. N 411 Fr.. K Sal litW 105' S lay.
I':. 10 A W I Ft :N 174 Ft W *0 Kt 'o> I prtrl K
of !19 104-
7:10: 3 to PUB
In Hampton, or lack of drainage IS Hnutharn' Oil H 174 Ft I. 1 ItI I Joa4 II. Oumlwr 30; 1 n .
A fttI 1 1347-All l HS' of NR. 321.41 atr T. Pr."..(t 41ElUraon .>
/ora.p' 1177
came up for dl.icus.slon 45nPo'. ; of Srcii A CtlMnltul! ("t). 1J01 1 1of I III I ... of ''. W of Kr lit All From Com 41O Ft N

The county health officer will ..w f tlrn'. 88. III l 120 ZJuJph. Qrlffla of Hy LUtla' Eaaton Rit 11.10Wlllla NE'>' ..f KKt. Of lOW' or UK SWI4: Cor of
4MI- SIJ of NE' et at SO 43 13:11.rnlll: At. /SW NW' ', I.: of
be In Hampton soon to inspect NE''. Ex 1 A of to Nor of Hlk 21, P] 1014-\K>\ '"fHNBi4 II 11 Ira Dlalnrk .t.1 117. 51I RunE W 11 115* Ft Ft H N 6et

facilities and property owners -liurrb' 28 TII', N 137' For P- K uf HI Kd U T. II to SO
are advised to check their' 1196-11--( fom at ""V" III t It ]<.... R, Scott 71.10K.IO (>H, E HO'. N '107' W 20211-.W.\ of NWU Lao T Sullivan I.II 13M_ ;11 S U Jo.ephle." 11 IT
Nor H\Vi'. of Wi( 80a 107' to I-OIi of Iot 9 of III k I ,
J.Duncan NWU E
of Ht .
facilities and take any corrective Run :N 13.3' fir Kd .II la Mutiny .Acr.

( measures needed. i' >a "3 oN loow. -, 1825- 1 Lilt Iflll Ft N. rt m.1 lit l0fin-.4'nm> .t BW a 1 13I I Leo T. 1..111..111.11\ 1391-1.N.; Wllllo .
.. T, I lUnktraoo II SI
BOa 100' to p. A N by 200 Ft B I A
The council asks residents u..* W In NW, Nor s. .. '. 5tp of W'S4 of lOot Hlk |I.nj
88 6 SI "lma Nil:'., of HR!
Davit ., H Sunny
Arrca "
Lot' 20) In /IJ
8U-n.. at SW Cnrof of LjiwUy tf loS' for 1-UH. N *414-4-om at :NB (' Alfred B..u Kit. !'.;,
HKH' nt ;N\Vi; !icy Mrs W.'J. Chattier. 50.B9 4IOK: 10IH 410' 0'
1 1B:| .Ixit 27 In Law. < M JI !>.* w
.. N 1112a H
\0.. .. .: op TKNTIOT 3VT. S ty E: of Ry o Bdry of Mao, nt' to Cr ...r RH 1Ir
Juliua M. W
1U2V TVarrtn
37 04 1O4' .
3to P. to p iii II Lulu Ball (> of
10 iirui: "T-it: Fit"I'I'1'IOt'aN1NN Tamil 1117Jobn P..r Ht.
OB 1840 Com W 30"it
on 4i
>nt at lOW Cor
1 e 21 N 73 I'lf W .'
10 Char!.. C. Raularaon 8 IK on ,
117'om at NR KlnvaUy Kd on of Kt, of ,,f '
] Cor M\\-v
Ht. ,
134<1 H III
N'ratlr: lie
|18 h
<*rel>y given that
of IH y of XW., of N Side of Lot 34 A NWVt. A Itun N w if for I-OH.
'hiiindvralKiivtl. under the pro NK'i Run Itun W 80 Ft, H 80 4OCIfor 1', N
"Llonr H 260'< 'If. K 71 !>* W |I51.s-, .S
Flurhl" Arlo .r 1541. will"II'I.t"r I W I toy. V than N 5O\ Ft pOll H 100to .a71
R to Pon A. I'm K: 141< .'
with the 'Ierk f.f th. G'I nlOG' :N 1Dg /
to I In lj wt.y L':. of Strip If SA.) for '
r. 21&
1 H
'("I., tilt e..u.t. In and for HraI I II J. E. Oarrlaoa SI 06 71 r'ar
ford t."nty. FI"rld", upon" rer .. 829-H 714 Kt Of S- Ry Benjamin Plant IS.7* Acrvaa to Rd 10' III K.: IteS'4 1 F: I.V to Ht Kd a.....
Ipt( ..r pr..or or publication ofthl. VTVi" of HW i Lye 1s .1-H us Ft of lot 'IUI:1-: -NI1' H1 of Foil. N 1 II U H I..'. .-of

n notc-c the flctltlous. "m Inir E: of aria. ii:. 32 In Town of 141W.toy Ii** at Inter of 71 r.. W !193'. :Ml
of JACKH |1..l.OIINIl'"HU." .'. Hw ft Kx: 5A In K of Ry15H4 Jr..l,. L.. Yarb.r.4 1 llwy iuu t'.. Ur. III .. E 110to

010 I N TomiM Av*. Slarlif.J'orlil NV .Cor Iteao DllPa 1 --Ix>t 37 In Town Kd N on E n/W of Pull 11 I III Fla. Mobil
.4- .. of l..wley N of Rv M4. '
| .. nnd JACK'' IlKMTAI'- 3H6 1 I 81 US! Henry Leroy Hclna 21 S3 for I-OH 1om.8 ._
IIAXT. V N. 301| Houlh.. "Htnrke.Kicirlilit 034-l-A In :NB Cor or H'. of SWH of M: I In W H/W HK. 141* $W' of | ITS ||

.'.. under which I am enKflirfd of :NK'i'. H"ic. 20- Won NWS of NWHICim J..,. May Smith 11.47 Me lojw to lil 2H R t W A "K'7':

In buelneea N Uu lUliiir -w MOof WM.o ,. K/W of Hwy Sly, of Ii35of R ( W
210' N... ( Plk 44 11 of Jr William N l nvln.> P. O. Unx I e II ], 11 Billy I* IWan 101 II I. t H
1169, Stark. Florida HU!. own MIJ 9.1 Kit In Lawtar Kx W 1104-fnin SO- K> of CV of R t W A R U"f

cf OTI-M'i of NEi! of llornaa Inc. IS.IdI SO' ;J.",.. L. How 71 of Ml ltd Ir ty H at N41.3A5.4

anted I the S7th day i A D. 1915 at Xlarke. Hrndford !'' -- 7/ij undivided 10 II 10 \(. J. Thomaa 1611 iMvrtty K of RyWx lo.,aon, H B/\ ('0 J4/f> .1 I IS 11 If4.

County Florida 4,29, 41, 42HSTARKE Intomt In 8\\' '. Jot In NW Cur wilt! fun II.,7 IU tn A Pt 1 tlu' WIn I43LA-VWU of Hlk I..w.a., IS II

Of ;NKI; Jb ...*... ..m 187I--KW: of Ixil 44 u __ nf RAt. RM. d I'ap. 1 M of Kir tt- .*.
WA Nwijof''' In Lawiev F: of Rv'" V.t..D JO n UK (44 U' for; A .VMM nf Bin I ji

111 K'i A Rx: Itw 13 1572-w I A of lot IsiH., 'ont M 3U.74-. ..f Re. S W of Tem.p1. .
TH-Hl' Of aw 14 of 6 II 120 Jams. H. Crawford III!) 4* In Town of Law- N III d.. W II*'. N ).1Will 5, U IJ'I

a II"' >4 A E'4 of hy tS:: of Rv Edward. Jonas '.U lr to RK 31* 74', /3a.w.1,

"'W'., Kx:. 10 A In 1534lot 83 In Townof 14 .* dig SSW to 2Ul I ,A In Nil Coror Induatrl. Inc. 14)414
BUSINESS N vCo.r ljiwt: u of Ry P.arl Blount. 10.27 10 3 33 wi," or mk i g
y ,
:: ; is 8 '{ ..1 A. Brews 111 of R i W
7D< -U.t 4 of :Silk IS 90 W. C. Conntr 14 86 IIT.A-t."om at linerof 3113- EH: of 8W. II i U 1 Covln

CroMby Lake Nhori-! N 1.1 ft. A KIT .. of HWV' A.WHI.of lUll _W. of Hik .toa 4 41
I 791.! Lot Ik of Hlk 15 M: P C Corp 84 II H/W of HAi RR H ,, .' ItW ,' 'lot of I .A of It i w

DIRECTORYAUTO Croniiy Lake "Mhorea00A Par to RR 108- Kr "" KS: of :' 10:*. of urr.; : H'T 11 a *$ >
(' Vera L.. ;';uc.nt t tlIK poll a 11)&', 10 om HW4 11 Im- Ort Alfred Same Eat it II
"> at NR It
Cor of Hlk/ S3 Hun H !.t... Hlk 57 32>', : 3I 1285131, of NJi)'. J. !:Ills Bryant un Ilk I7-I7J r..M

REPAIRS I M nf 43'IMImar.'"' 3:1 In: ;XK run; : Cor w N W Par to I'OU to RR 108'. II I tl _' R. W. Moalay, Jr. 14 17UJ3 II of 4-:NW E: 4 LU,4' of W 14 II 10 J. Kttla Bryaat 19 It I4I7.A''li _Hk IT M..fa4 MV
'I of lOW rx..-
1121-1 rot aa ices nr XK
H tav. R 41 f of Nl4.. at M\V.
t4 of *W '
Earl Garage 11918', \ HV to li> Deed Rk 81 Page I v.: or N W'4 K 4. K: He-.
105 W
I'I'll III In tilts "/0 Lot fi> Or Kd "of" 180'. II!
ALL KINDS: OF < A U Warrtn J. Being 100K A W 1K4 I 13 1 Joan D. Ducar II 14H JO" to Br 21 1
80'--o'.m' nt NB] Cor Sterling t tl -2 A In NW ("0. ii CoTtaiton
AUTO REPAJK WORK ur nm si. 8 4jo- t" bv. 10' :N A 8 la NB: of HWS ..f NW <% 3$4I. 5th. I. 9. 4. tilr.
MR l-nr I<,t 38. W Cor of Lot U Mid: mat of NKU' : E:.< luIn '.. 11. n. U. u.
All Work Qimranteed 'I7T3II'OU.: M. 238' InVMtmrat Corf. Milt NK Cur HMm i.u- Thru 37 A III hi

Phone 960-2964 w 173 33'. v 35n _wi; of 1IF.\o\ ;N; .* 8 Ur 100K: 5 H. Lou I A n
80. t 17 3.3' to Poll of 8WW\ 14 I IS 10 John TompaonCor 4t W A tot A ISIS. I* KB: Ix>t.
V. t.
Walnut AOvnnrlU
!Stnrka 1838. \_w s.* |'Q 8W OH Hk 31.101 14 I A ealnlo/TA
1 .
\ 8tarlln 11.OSI 1 J..... B. Tsara,an 11." II or bite tt I In
I 519--t4 31: 01 ('m nil "f UH of S a> alR
AUTO SERVICE; tJ '.- All the, .',....a vr II tl 149 W. H Smith lot.17 nf BWS of KES\! 0- Cor of a fA Tract 8al.ktc' "/''' E.

I SKI: of :NKH .A Being IDS' 8.,. 14 I II H Mid ..,taHomva In NW c..r of 8W. Int. t A f et RIle

Gilbert That J-nrt of HWk, Ino II ITI8U.PE'i 100 ofWV: Af NIC.V :. 14 A R* Iota 1 .

S. Brown I "' ;N'rl'; ': '. Lylnit II of Sty of ". ,6.|n_ 10 D.I. 11. IIIt TknaiaaOltgouat I 01 HkM.... 11.158.. Hta

Standard Oil rVrvlce Station I or R] of C..rn>llB Ht atWIoo of ,n:.. EayA : Co. 7.1I 14 t A
Kx:. n..p". Dna 10.S7 S174.R-. .- I A II AIHi' of
rral I Illkii 44 I. IIW Cur 14 I It'y Rag 1. Sot

ATLAS ..i, 4k AU NWlt 111-1-A 219"n.. InISW HK, Cot of a S I.1.1.5.I litI of JUk i :. A. ii.
of ",EV. N of I"W".> ofNWS
TIRES & ""I. SW of '
; BATTERIES ( or of isis- tot i 8t.s.rprl.l a. TIM.
of I" It
Hr H E of :ti1'1. nik'
or of ('orna.11a 14 I II Modtrn homes :N
:Budget Terms _Road Service Ht A All NR i of liE" Oonat. Co. IT.It to Nt'. W !1w. M !IN'. 14 In N R.n. lIf) Ida Mar _
$KS :N of BAU K! LIE: to. POB II.' 1131 -U>t* 1. 4 of Hlk Tr Lit
Phone 964-T071 Kx; nWu Ky K41-A-.1 tot US' 8<|. Thamaa I It In N-R.en $. n

4107 N. Temple Starke *\ nlk. 4 7 It 100 w. H. Smith 11." la NK fur of Lot 211/ ('- Hoar !... w t> Cat '.. 7.71 IS37--(_ I of Hlk 3* Franc. J.klna' 1..ST
14 .
15 .
ftMl .
In S W far uf 11.: In N lien. 11,1
-. Hlk l I' Ex:. Iota .... of "W ,'" of >"VtrH of SB Our of' A 1A IIa4-..... I of Blk Sally P. W Ilium/ 41.74

HURST'S K: AHHll ,,f lot b.ln.* 30)- R: AW .: Trait In It" or' I In ilahaaaa II 'Ii
1 ALola Hita |I. by 417 SA. 11 1.1 Mid .tafHorn NWS then N ."* r.. R/W
Service Station "'/Il of Lot S A l..ita **, Inc. $011 W lie! II ia. K Aaron MolUr 4t I
I. S, of Hlk 10*' to .... U 1 11 1547-I** 1 of Rlk) t
17 A 414-1 Lot 100. s' Thomas la 11........ sou
Gee Oils Lubrication lllka u-jtf. ", .. LPoy ,
|..M>n 1 Kx R/W 3t8ain IIb"lIo' af A W InMW .1 tl*_ iwa- |..- j--r ..f 1)1..oot! Co. 17 Tl 3390.-Lot 14. ay .t .nmoa Lit
riULUfls "O6" '. 54.3- 3\ in 4 7 U lit W. II. Smith 8U.00 Cur of WS of lat uf H 1.ln. of Lot 17 .f nik 3 la'lesaa. I

Goodyear Tire &: BaOtorleai of NK:' HW cor =NES' : of :NWS SS I It T.. J. Pa 1.811553Lot t *f.\: of Nil; .,. A .. n/r ',
of NK4* .. Pav. InOH W IL'W' Of Hwy 34it-ns 0' Ink i Qu... ...t..... Ore.a .1.11
Bear .
ROAD BKRVBCTB: 'at NW Cnror Hk l.-l.l IS I II MIA IIt.t.l Ji.l *>r POI4. HunNrv aof H IN.. WW.
N": {
I or S":' Homes. law n.n
\lon w R/W' ot4 mk t s 5 f it IA
SHEET: METAL WORK N Hun 80V.M 180'to i> E H 1<10'i \ 1 I4S-n.. at NW Cnro 1411' w >par to/ a !R: '% ""f Bill t N

Ht Rd nil RWof < KWS of HWSuf l-ln of. >)KS. of N.KS I. .t R I Ra .vw.
M,.:Iy trim NWW lion it atS.t lily "* of Rlk. 1 II of R tE I
Thompson Sheet on R.I to lot lit*' for ['OR, B 71 ..
With k:. Klv: S'1' r to Polls Two!** "n I
Hn.lry of .*.-. W 7f N15*' K. Par
R/W OH H4 M.
.NKH, of :tibJ'. N 1 Mlltca Hi (Yr4Ye $094
Metal Works 4S1 to ;NK. ('", W Ta POU XI II Mkae.aaalee. 101 II lSY2.A-U.t SMW .18 M "S 1I.. J.Oonttou A .AI[,. Kl'.. It 17

t All Types Metal 1IW to 111H Kx: te_1 1-.* a'In '. __. ] A tic N of IIPI* Cor till. ,-*>.. 11| '!' E:
Work Far of .f AtrS.f NW ('.
JinH,, on ltd UK Hk ii-ni 31 > .* HKS WH.. .r
ESTIMATES FABRICATIONAND :I/>Son Kly IMry 173IoAa1..*. $1.17illsNW' K!: "i", K. n.'. w of MV* of ltwM I
of ;NKS of NE': A II.* N sir to leg ii 1 is C. R. E foot 14 lav, c:
of NESof 4 !.r. v., -
3n' Wo'
ills of NKU Kx; SSIoNS: *r It IA .fvi lee .
loafing- 4 Air Cuiul. MWS Kx: H.ylno /\\' MR hi T
Hyittrm 1C/W :"."I>'.nt 10 7 SI vr NWS mplj
101 Loula* K :N.wman. '. U of KI...*
Th. 964-0714 R<1. 18BFU.. 1 ./ uf a\Vl $179Wt5 NE'. it t 22 4 CMlla H.nrn> 411 aD IS 5 II J.aa R. Diggs 1TTIPAGE
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.r .... s T R A Owaw sad CaM. NKi" of NF4N1 A
Hlk 5 U Llnonln'
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213" L'..", at 8W In L T A'\.'_ a/I. C..rl.OOI""m.a II."* Cttr: Aan.ttft-1* Ticket. ::> of oKW I." of N- II I U "0.._ T

07 Mrs. 0. E. Crosby: Cur of NWS of8W'S 832D-KS! of Lou 1 4SHJJx. In NK Cor 110'DeeWa 532.31
Run H 44ftKt aIofSi1k15InLT of Lot I Hlk .a !_'
5141-A-NWV4 of NK -
,. N Jan Ft, M l&o 8liS327 Jo. Coloraan 11.1 Tl Ha J. M. Jokni",,
AAA. .. ..... Pt for POI4 > l oFt -Ixit 0.* S W .!. / lI" J..... IX ..( anI.I 11.11 5534:<4 A.A MS HW of't MR14nf.NM'i :of Bt.-| ... SS3 -

K 60 Ft, 8 I0Kt .> of lot 4 of Blk IS 0"
Weekend guests of Rev. and W 60 Ft to POM 22 | S> B.n C. 'Da..... 11 0& In L T A roe H/D Mary Coleman lit' 43'1-Cur of tat Lot I In nf WV Hlk too, ,. 'oH' 14 ICV, MS N NWH of NH'

:Mrs. C. A. Crosby were the --. (lam at 8W S3J1-R US"Ft nf tat 5 nunI\] 1M.It 14. of UK; H II. I 1aLr.l" tr.71I1P", i. IIr&'rK 'UI

and daughter-in-law. Mi'. ( ..1' of NW.. of 4of Blk 11N ISFt 110', N ..7'-ns ..f NWU .ahlh,
son HWS K H44N litR ; -. of Lot S 4 of t i 1uZ T.O.3.; : Elmar 5. TKoBia U'I NtNJ A H.K .

and Mrs.\ Forrest Crosby. of 100' For POD N. 14 In L T COB 44 It-Com at NW Cor : >.. of MWI W.
Jacksonville 100' H 7V 14 line \v tIlD Mark roleman of :NW/ of HKV. v "t. auu 14t 1 : 140c.* Tit......) IP\
79' to POB LylnirX 4t1 II H 0'For .. K -. .i Itrow* in 44)urooii )
Jr. E.t.! 47 M. I
Weekend guests of Mr. and of Co ar Hcl U. SS C. J. Millar \ f..11 USW'i of 1x>.. t I1.H1. c..t. '4h. I f "t 4-Com on W Dido

Mrs T. N. Norman were Mi 28:111: _',... .... E 4V I of Hlk lit In 1. so...'. K SOO N SOU', ot Sty K/a r *n S..
811 N uf SW Cor T foa SOD Audrey Ma Gibson 10.11 w '00' t.'US as i ta Oorc OotkbaraT Una A. Hun, :N and Mrs. Barney Eggars! and of NWS, N SinH UU501'I of Lot I ?, Radio Ino. ...n : H/WV 70 Tl|..-W 13 _. ." 'I

children and Mr. and Mrs ofr r 1'f)". i 4 of Elk at In U T. 411 II-A-- Com At NBCor i Vita. II 14 yd* to 'I. '

Gene etcher of Jacksonville 100', N tnw" l.o'. Co. S/I / Frank al L. William 11.1 I'KmmA '' of NW 4 of N--; Ilea Maa th... U I to .
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S' &0to Pf/R Hun. W 14*.."' I 1'A In 55311of 'I
In OU Ito .
and Mr. and Mrs. Home Ilk 18-445 I3.m- Tot a .* if' siFt I MWH lSlla I is A, If. Kdiay"; : al.'.
5//5II' W all'A
of Tavares. zeu S) I SI Plonr Flnanr Co 411. of tat 4 of Hlk M tU..t"I' >> -"Ijot tt .'. U.PO.vlow .
nw ftt TOinHull lit50'l W
Stearns U In U T. Co. .. i o< Crystal .
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cross; St In Nat WII. "'D Ilu h.. Eat ".n POII a pt', wiv a I.In. Tlotitraltmi Daa'"..t. "...*% 11* S.U.IIIoL. *
llama K /tV Ill ton, N.
H/p "
baby and Mrs. Marl .. Run Hon 1179-1..,.. I. 4 of RIle I ... aor.. 41 on
and Onup r Or IOO- Wly N H/W to Cono
L. T. 4k "",. of. ('rr.,. '
1'oWI, : t .
Ellxson of Ooala were Sunda H 100 to Ft. pi turn>tronn on Pr.14'. 8 Din 1, Jackson IJIlla .* Hli-k Lonnl 1\\." Mrk N) PON II < II Hf/ W.Kltman. *t al 1,114 II: take Rompallos. %. ,it L.''L 111. (tI iMb? "" Ill: tINLot
of Mr. and Mr { 41 on
dinner guests :. Orson fit W 100'. N. 4411--Com SS N W 4-or
C C. Croktoy. 100to Pi>n II I II Tom Hall I..11< JJIl 41-Lota. U 2.T.I 4k of Blk Cxa of NKV ..f NW. . Lak. or .lt..all : 11Jlira./ Bdta M OpArk* 4.UAlkort

Mr. and Mrs. Thurmai 24S1-Lot I of nik 1 DI. :Ma. 4 Itun H 43r.:: ; MIII1 | *- LoM 44 A 44 .
In :Nat W Ilium */ r "r.n.3..lIln. 417 for Pt M. flits tit Cyt ra>aa Av. In

Jones and baby and Mr. and IOn Ruth Ma* pnaalall .11< }39!- N>4 of Blk 41 M' N 131., H till' )'. 5 llryatal 1451Nmneat. .
Mrs. Eugene Jones of LadLake : mi- Lot 1 of Hlk In L T C_ U.U '711KT 320'. W igU' I.Q II i tai PItw43 ......1_ "II .. O.' JrUTMr: tiW

1 of Nat William" Krancra Jrnklno 4414-4'oni at NW fnrof 11171.145 I on Cy- "co f
and Mrs. Garland 0-
14/" Jo. Harmon .11 J4d0w/ of Elk 4T )NK': of NW*.. i 'pwao W. In Cry. ''
Steen and children of Jack uuI..t 10 of Bill In LT. Co M D Hue ho* Eat HI Itun N U.8 "f 11, lAkn I l4wMaaU I Vlra/n"'I kkijatoa'14S4

sonvllle were weekend guest' 1 Inat-; William Hoi-Ixt. I of Blk tu II Hid. of Caaal B:.u.-a..a. 'I" A IIoa
8 U Ctarcnra D8uaL IIIII .1 Unlit Jo* for POH. Cant: M CnNM. of '''':r.-
In L T ( 8/D
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor eu At4 ot Tot 11 4* William-" IIf ." 111% \V 1J4' to aral ljk. .........,.. .i'4-, Jltna. W: tia "'r 11 14*

man. of Illk 1 In 1IJ4- "' 'it of loOt 1 Fly: Ahwc Canal BAIM...-....,. IT, I*. 41on
Mother's Day dinner guest .. H/l *. J.nkln. ..SO! of ilk 10 .aV 10 JIIO' to POH II iti L.ot.I.:\ :MoQua IIK 1 t'yPelas.5I01e.

t4 !--Li.t IS nf Tilk of W <. of lot :IHlk 4I7DCom ftt NB n.r tal. l I...k.. ........."..a \Ikbelll:\ Wit.... 70'4111:
of Mr: and Mrs. Gordon Jane; :2 In Nat WIUl.m.Mt 10 1. T Co. of ::1010: ', of NU4i; S3t -- !141 TT A tit .,1

were Mr. and Mrs Edward I Carl lUrton 101It Add F.rm..'. tupply It2 A HunH531Ptfor. a o a> cpproam. uf Cry.

:6 *-- Lot :2S In DIll 344)1) -Lota I. I of Rill A lull nun W atFt seal l J...i. Ito..
Norman. Mr. and Mrs Hsrber, "KT Ft U au II II
Jolts II. FtLLtorao
1 of Nat-; Wllllftiit 1. In 1 T. 4k Coa rr.l|
Norman and children and H r847O W. ". Hi-nd.raonLvnnon I <1\\ Atl.t. + X' T. .... Landrum Rat: 14 It Fl N\ 1111 rt ta rt>U 14447IA is I AJma ..ritfM 1144. UT ":- li'ir bl NVVCnr .'

and Mrs. Charles Crtbb ; Lot !4 of BlkI I4 a- lot u of nIle .' .It.... '41' W *. of NWS of NMS -
Mr. In Nat Wllllama U In u T. .* ('..* tit*' :N of UK Cor of Hun, bl I *.ofur-

and baby of Gainesville. Sn Le", !.' Add. Ch..I..A.) Crooby SI 41A NKk W It"I.-N r I poll, M int.. W ) t .
Mrs. Doris Middleton arch 5/72-1 Lot In NW4of 110 I *. K: lit'. $ lov. N I 101lt'. IQ0" %* <; : .
14t5-W14 of Tau I.I
HW S a* tx-aa I to S-* |44IOS II 1 Tt P. no....... 1011 In ,Poll' .e.-.1's,
ldren. Miss Linda Dyal In lM>*d ilk 74 Pa :3 61 I of Sik'ck 14 win* -HNV> of NWU 14 i 13l. W. A. llaant Jr. 141Darl Prop for BMIIIOB ...

and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jnl Kx It/,,. ini1llam. Ft Ft B N 4k.H RsInd 4111-11 +-II.Oai! MW wroa land 0 au. 0.*.Tlt\ |> lite U..*.. 5411I71.4lnm.t
I' SS John AnnlaW 5s ,'0r orA T......' PO OBJW .
\\ M/t U' 1111''.
I. T Cut Add W. Alton
Dyal and children of Ft. My I.Zl! In HK: For of !NM.H aide of* HAW. oaj

ers were vlsttlng- their parent 1474 Com ftt Inv 34 t*>
Mr: and Mrs. J. M. Dyal. Sun ('"0. of Uun:?lOW'K" 410 of Ft M.WS !.*,,Coa Lot Add|| of nik .-.' Lat. r J. Pr..*tt 1017 I IT W\14! ISIS III 4* N POU 17*. 14 I'. .,* Karl: Woodard IT 41 Vila:: W H It"r.'\ IS N 1- I. V. .W ...

4311- "N.m Mtg Cur H.-V Yd .
ftt *
day.Mr. For 1-011 N Slit Ft. lain'o. : :r.'t : .- -
of k'KU: : '
.f IUIS.. banH *m
and Mrs. Shennai K lee Ft. 8 Sao Ft, Mltchall Ill Add y Ror I>. Aekor s" A Him. W I4.' on NHdry .lu. HH. I t IS S. .. 1!. aTalaay. "...
W |100 Ft to Pi III SS I SS Irene .... .
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Crosby and children t of NW .'or. U7I-N it rt IAI I 4k oItd M I lui( uut-IC" or' MSI' <"i of v a .

Gainesville. Mr. and MI'I.l\.fee-d\ 2105tom of ICW"! at of MW SA late T. i 1 uik. aIn N '00', W ./.', .M KO- NW'a II 14 O B. D1 ... Jr. 1417C.
HUthway Ailill To H.I N.IMd$0'\ .
Lewis and son Mr. and Mn,. Itun 1''HI K Th.n II* Ft Run for lion W. X .........t'I! .. .IX. >U 14 i si 1'*'. ,..,,_, Slio Hiilfonl. -Lot t Mhor* or*Tk4 n. 4M.aVrio .* .. M.,0.

O. E. Crosby, and Mrs. J 1 L. ft H too Ft K tO Ft ; 115-Lola t 4 afIllk Fund II IT 1171--M 'ltll' of Lot

1 In Tvmplaai 414-n. Johns enjoyed a fish suppv;: N 100 Kt W t" Ft Add II. A. Lawson 191 .f.
RafmonA X.
SI I Sttl MM estate t W It/W l IIII'y |Ov-\ haves. kill *
at the Crosby home last Frl to Pull Hem. I no. CO .' .ua-w 14 Ft of let 4k N 14/W of SIR. V t*lu..k $1.15'1171.315th

day night. I. 'v.. VI .., W II* Of: N 104.71\'. li".. ,.
<>7 Com ftl NWCnr SH of Lnt I.f Hlk" '
n im i. ,.. wHW U.t. I <>. lkovl.w .
Mr. and Mr. Albert Norman o''W' S ofNW4 11 In Tmptaa Add J. A. Hall 47 1 tl of hay, .H onW "/I. js Waal** IX4... II
A Hun M lilt .. -
of Gainesville spent Saturday 8-Lot. 11. II A ll/W liltt. 117-I.ota 4 A I nrIllk
nUht with Joe Normar Ft for a Phil TM.Hut 14 of Illk IT In Hi-aT II I ii 1 Paulina, Evans tl,II$ U. t/'III" In*
K in* Ft M .
Tmnplca' Add John *L Dyk.ra' IITAnnrtt 441 tA In UK e...- In T..t M In Usd.
Mr. and Mrs.\ Leo HUh toll Kt N I* Ft I'll > .., Wl, of NW .4.. ut4444N > e1.. 4ta
Con nil !lota I. I. i ford. o ka J5 : ( 4 QV I$4a
I IStt R.l.lib ..
I..m Km K/W SS : "t.
smith and children of tree to A Krat-l ; A 14of MW4 1 T II I H&roM w. t/01-4 t I*.: b Of *>'rk n "
Com at NW Illk It In J. M. Ikrlffl ., at 11 TI* A l/H"iri lat li>
Cove Springs visited Mr. and Cor of HWS nr John Add U 'Tuekop Si '" of HI4 af Trai't M., of HoBfur4)IMk )

Mrs. Perry Lyons Sunda:,. MS A Hun H Silt 177-lx.t. 1. t, II. IS of MWI4of rV >. } T II II Clifford U Illcilo I II i .. HU ./1. "IMaJ4T" '1V1a4b.1. 14 14
Kt. H 10U Ft Forn of Silk 4 I-A c. -- ., afternoon and attended a* I .001..1..1 w of Silk Ik :; .
M HHI4 A .III" vf a)
Poll. Hun lee Iwaf Jill 75 !'t It* ISTract
church Sunday night Ft K II* Kt, N I DOW A Km K HO' In ClljrPark M'i of UK4 4 T II 10 r>r. James 14. A /' hint U4fo" ..
IB -
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tt* Kt to POM SI I SS IJanla Tyann .t ftl I11 T'' M Ii, C. J Powell Cot.: lll .<' Webster III lists:; I Arthur N.:

571HOE at NR 1104. Com at XH 4"CA ..., In NWCor I r Haava*. Sri .... .t414II
or of. K': ot N- of 5.W' o( '
For of w H of :N. 1410-Tra.."t l- MVTU' tprttctfio* KS uf HW S of 10: *" Itun M let rt :NM1.. I 1 II47i I Joaaph Cftrtar *l al II Vnllkopf H/.i ..' .r- R $53 IIIM..

Finn Tt ll.:P.II A Itun M laaFt Kor a IflU lion. W A. In NK For "I 144.1" Com ai. /Nfl (*or
._ im i*. r. S. W I7t Ft. N 10K inn, Ft. M /. "t. B of am af NW. "% uf H\'S Hun M I4,,' '

NOTICE M! HKHKHY fllVlCtl :' 175 Ft to POH SS 1 II I. w. V. H."......" III' ion Ft. N .* rt .. Kt.: | A l In NM' C..T For POH (".tIt M
>.., Mr T J Alderman thh 271'1 I..., I. MRCnr P1151. K. II,W > John 0 Orah.m IT HI Alan 4 A 47* Kt H U' W 444C N U',
),..'Mr "of .th* foll.iwlnacorll/ f 1I11--Com uw .f NBr A W by ITS .Kl NAH 4t: i"in' "i.. Pf/R U i P 5 Ufry U*.. Daniel M ttIt.
flrati.. hit. fllad said rartlMi-at. of MS 0 <>> wtf of Nto:.. of | T II I Rub l keen Kit: It II A4IUIN;. slot of Nill .
N1(4 of HWS ., .' ,, 8C-
A In KM 1' yl \
1 e
... for A tat dwl to .h. *" N of I>K >. of /NKli 4740- II' ol,.ikal part orHWS
line 104' A 8 by of NW% ..r NKt, .. w .
Th.rtltlrsee lion I M 141 W NWS
nun '0' K' A W II 1 II Mid II..!. loir. HW 1 'II elms rinch Est: I*.t' '. "'i.q' 4 .
of 1
o.rn and y.ara of 1a th.. 1.2, H 100' For ..It. WIt .., i I....k. 11I.,
...a. rlptlon of th* property. an.i 110.... laa.IS 0'. H I04)) K HO'. I144-H- Com at oWCnr Uwr.M-aj-a. 11 | CI Uklo'* aVtrto*, (] 1'1 1
i he. In which It wit mm. 171*--M IS' A of 1\1\10\ N loa- to |T.II II It X Kdoird Orimo Ill H'w' ol MW S l7lii.Ar> 1' of N. (
ar..d ara .. follow: of HP'S: of H\\' '. II21 I- -4l.. If W of 'N'':.<.. N in.I' In "MS Ct' NKH II Sysisns!| H.. r
Crtlfloat N... 111.Year of WS Kt I 40 A lit N: of ..K t>..rof 'N II III. K: to W K/W ITI.NIC4 of HWS, |
of l"uanr... I4TIiorrlptlon I....- Oil 11-144 IS I In.*,.r UuulaoOrakkn I 'WIn W1 of /MKH nfHKk of .Mt IM II, M ... Ka; N lot ri II I II II D., A .i......... II .*
of ProprlT Althnt 2720.-M | A of HS : .f Ne.... N T.'. on W ItIWIV 175e>A.. '_i Bl MWCor -
portion of WS of NBS o' HKS. ot WS\ of W .10 Ft. M T*'. M 4 Par to II I.... of of M aim
HBS: I.ylnaK at R,. II.... IT MW4 II II 1 C. A. Crow 'I.' No: to ". II I II Aaron ..m... 11 TlI MS of HWS ., N. for: nM'I, ,.', f; J
-.-M.. R-/3-p I A........ $715--FS. A of aSA 11 1 . Name In which. aaa***.d< Trionclo. fct..tw_BKd W a I If N af MM 4711-**"... al NW Oofof 53S5/ w .. i>nri '; /L.

Tony Prumvo. In MS. of lite.I Con? W I, of NKHof KS of MW S of K.. atrlnH.lry nU Klf t 2
.Ml of said propr tx' I I.) ,. of HWS SI I II 4)) Dora *lallTaJftcquollBa .. 1.1. HK >" of MOV' : ,. NBS'
th. rounty of Urn .:...a.. Slat. ."e- .Iit. 6 .of 11110 1 less S T"- W 1W' M HO* Kl W 431 Iles l 16u' 5 af NW. .

..r "'Ior lei.. In Uradford II..... N I44'W IK', Fl N It* Fl tu ..... ..| NS 4la '
lnla such rwrtlfleato 01. Bill t:. H Ill' A. 1 14H: 114. 14 I If K PIN t 1 It I A..,.. FOatauramt .*4 t(. *' III.) N 4 r*.... .

.rtltt..I.. hall .ba rdm". it....... S"I I !..... Ir. 11>H .K. t>uHk 474Com *t "NM row II rl I III.. 1'. n 44V ..". '..97' tII I.,
according to law t". pruprti 1171 W 4il U' M 1. II PatIT .JMa > IJika. H Ml BBl .
d.a.-.. ..." In .....b .....lItI...,. oi of HWV of WVthat 4.H I4T Itl II Laonar* Orlffla IIIII HKS of. MRS It..or. NKIS W2.'. l ik* ,.'. : 7l4f 1.253-
rtlflcat* will b* sold to Ihihichat II.. .V oAt fid II ISIS Ka'b.: '
'*4-U.I* 1 I. 4 el Nikt Y$0 .N fl/W of Co to
bidder >l the pourhouaa II. K. Par tuft "I ,IB ".....,.. Add llr n. 'In 4>K UK II
door nn the first Momll" on ltd K. Km.* A Km Lot In tiw ('.r font W T0 ft. N fg I4T .14 I II 1 ,*r.. .. .>.*....
In month of Jun., I545I. whklI ... and Fit: Par In .I ai 171 II
m. of Lo' 4 !*. N A 4* LPt to H'" HWof .
I I. lh. lit day of Jun.. 14* I In NK For Ita- N and lly ISC RAW Frank F. T......... 111IKannl Co ltd.. :JIHly A- 5714 Com ail 5551\ '4 .r .
Iwtml ,... 10.lh. day. of April. It W. A. B*....1. Jr. llT .i iIS I... 1001 \ W
H by $0. Hi and W IT t ..- ..>la t A I of ...n. .IW to P(''ll II 74 II Clliabath. row f NN4w. "I'

1141I 15S tuftat KMor Sub' In ..I.....ra 441.A. ("'.... Bt Ne: 4>n' for PUB. afHK N .. .. .- ..

I SEAL nf .HKS. :N ITT. Silt !' UrlbatnaBdr ...... Of HWS of N. HID, In N Una.
rtKUUUt ,... MOODTI W .1 TI For poll.X rl S II It WS' of HWS nun. '. .f NMS.: '' W
lla' ||*4.n-H.4t IK W HI. M l I',. 52 Ifin
laawiy W lo NW t">r of 111
14 1l &III William tt. Wllanft.
Clrk<<: of Circuit' Court 0'' A If N .jf MB Corof poll
K J". Ely tar to Sit: ?' IT* A for PII. '.. al MM Cor
Vallftahl. |IL/L- m
County Florid Jaaoph :oI1I4.r MIS. '
1 .
loll W 10H I US', K .
I"I 4t till .t at 211 !N .*'. W T**, M laic N .10' to 'POM II' II Mid .,.... Hma In.. I It of Nil:" ...... W

114-1 W .4 of ICE" 7 'nTIt TIP IIIi:.'F.' It of NR4: of :ort:.. 4t41a4a* S or nib ,.., poll. N tt'* .
.. C....." C _.C. Haoaty. ....,... r. Y1' si U 4 p.r.y e.IU"aft> 111(t I 1 of tell III Har.alnaja In of BJW NWS, Cur of of MW4'HWS t t* ..*,.... noil S 41! WI, on N Idiot, a*', *V
( r,_., IB ISIMk' A R* 11st llvlarht/ H l l40ia I' llamar ...." ill*- Nil 4 ..t .nsor Mir' II**'. Wt.kf:. ,... I U' c. r. NOO. tin
%.. .s-.... t T la Klarko lu I'OII.
fur nn r) n' t*. loinarII HKS w. .f his .
Harold U Mnilth PUIntirf. vi Ft K W It y Nu H./4at *',/ Carl' U JeSse. 411 |1/5 A AN thai Port'of 1714- Ins I al Hub tIn 1 E.f Ie' .
Mrl.n. r> Hntlth. fondaftt.. all Ft'H. *> "a Ills row at IIW HS of MMS of .. .,.,... tI.". It Kevetnn'
"NOTICR' TO APPKAIl W *M_. by ...t Kt ...... ., MKS of uf.:. HRS. lhal ,If. W of *ri,. 4 tt

To: Mariano U. iMnlln Add.. NAMnn K ."d. laIn S "Oft N NN lid 14 A M ., Collr ITi*--'Is* .l.r *%' .. ... NAaf.S
rink gew5. "Klaftdlaarl> ir Tlrglata' w. Hmlth lees! It 14if for Pill rt ".. II 7 II I* l.*tr ni. ...,. I* .tl 4 IB ., Mat ., .. 111
..... notlfl...l the, 411 I*. I o. WmUn4HI II t'.rr.
Ton r "f '_ S 4141- H I*** ., NW.s .
JUJ-4I"s W Ie' 174-l. I ., lUll I
144 let .
ha. b *t .
a mil for IHvorco All lot ( of Hla4dlnw or HKS: or MBSWhlih Kavalono Kyau.a ....,.
1W. .In
1411 .. Pius KR
abet Smith H ISIS >
alu. M.
flint .In.' ron 110
M IIItll II 11 110. M of 'CJf .
and "'i. II al."".. M. ilrrftk. 'a. HAP afurt .
n.m.d Court and earls: y T4 It fir ltd II. 'II f 4411-. *- H.4f 114 N
feu I*. 11 T*
ft ropy ot -- 4141Con. al .WCor too 114
ar r iulrd lo rv of NK I .'..t of "NW.'
..ur anwr or pleading. t.. thimmplalnt K* W 2.. 1410' I J. of ..".. M II' 41.1--1 I A ,IB MKH: afHWS 5 of NW S 414V
o* In. Plaintiff At- I$. 14 of Klk r laIn .. K It/w F
.".n.y lion. Mort. H ..I.r. MUixllnaHi K' < .o N Rely Ill 4"> -.4IKS of HWS I It I II 44 JaBMO .. IUiar 5541 ( 114 53 .5 52
r 0 Draw.. 103.. mark.. Fla W lea nf .*., 1a For Pon. M' I U. .*'. 4"'t-A HB7 Bl MJ .I ItMr 41 SC. M4T 1' .', .

and fil. th* orlarlnal in th* "ft.r. ti p''rt of ran fK K 104 lS on Va For ., HWS ..f I*' 'lit IONS A '1

of Ih. 01.r* of the fir. ulCourt nl >_k. W etptrA 1fI.I. Bmlth 111SIIIProm land Bt I44W !N HKS.' W Tt N 14'. Par !>...' l I. list n.
on or btfor th* 14th( Am\\, H/W PJdw 11415 1111 I K t If, H I**' t. .. P U4 II 1 n ... .._ 11.1-:
of Mar. "'(. othorwla. tit. ai. Pt ../ 11 to Poll 1S II 5 N. InkO.oa *.ot I. 'II MI4 Still! Horn. .* .la.. lit ** t'ary. It II

I'Otloo. of Mid OnnMilalnl wllt ..r" W... 53.0 21 4IM- M-aT ot !NR' : Vraf 411Com .! VW C.rof .I11.5$5.0. at NMor r

,..10... a* ronf a_ hyThl you. with W ..... of ..!. MW S o' oao:'.. HWS. a f MMS' 4k .: ., NWS .. N.
ftOtM-* ....ll h. puhll.h.0.s .. Hd 1M Hun !' 1y a.Inna Rae W 44 Ft for Stun R U* Kt forpoll W 1,,. B.V Tt** W

*arh w..h for four 0 >". Rd I110t rtto Pile M Net "'. W !h.n A I.. Pi, i leer| I* Nip H/W

.."'iltlv. ........ In th. llradfonTinty ,...H wry 114 vt 4111 Fl. N 474 Ft, Battlo III? f 1.. "rt. NI0* rt, of c t ..... >ktrir .
<' Tl..... '... Nly 121 tl rt. Wr R 44* S Ft to IIIH 101 I Mabl w 10 Pin i* T Itt 1 !.... Alta, ,*.r i .a Mir M/W K> N

r>at.d this lath day of "pril Soil rye nr Al. *r Uet-A-H.aat tale tee: IT14Wi in,. *r Mw"4 ., .-A ....
I." t "". N 5 411r.Ill. .. n 14-. Or Ka "' .lth >3 4511-.I I fy>l I IB NW NW i. rir: 114 AlI. / '.

.tEAl.t i I. rt to ft ".. ..... oT 'NWS" of Cor of but 4 B/I lo POM ]4 1 n J...... 4 Wllfs 111

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D.p." C1MI1 621l I(. V.9.H 1* Ft A FtIt ': un of 'NISS. N 44 Tl.4r 1 014, ltd II H/U ., 1to. ) K O M Coil I ..r...... .......

w in oriaj Tows 44 IIW 4401'' HWS ., HWS IB HHoinaa'a Carp 113
A. C...Tft w For .
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SEIT1C TANK AND ., f aU Bt whar. It ..atW ITS (.', K a, tat 1 I *'ft .9 1 lPi la poll.ib .

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DRAIN let A Ru. P315 H*" R* ft 'W: II II D L Thoma Las M t* rt far PIN n 111. awl' 41* n.NWly ..,.. ''"tas 15.

I INSTALLATION Ft For a POH Tb.. 4111-..!-. t 4br* I* ( Than. K to rU 141 n taPOM
k.iS *a r t. af lua. I ,. K w. I let. Bir *U,.. H4 l 15 OH Hb 14P

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and Top .
Dirt( .
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I iol K Mtdo of Mttebll 11* of awi 4 n T IIK Ralab Pavraall) It II
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IIKADPOHD) SEi ft. A H. 41"A .. M "1... ,
Ft for B POH TkaB l _. r._ .. *K M .11" .r I'IW"' !* M A W err

TANK COMPANYPhon 41 Ft. R .4 rt.N 4+5 nV w 4 wM4 .. ., A Adj rid II' II I '>*.!.< r. l*>fr (Illnsl.a SillI Ian It 1 II n rl.r..a. rravtv* II
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WILLIAMSJEWELRY 'ItH W .y T"_.. S ..t Ka: Pan.! 41 T* Mt. v....... H/D Faoaft I tlI ..B 534SV.. W if' ,

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oft ... 14144.O. 41*:;-.... .t lIac 0fat .f MS "* HJCS ;- I4M4-A-H<*r 0a PV
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REPAIRS a0.. W B by T.aly ....... W II4*. M .** 114-4 ('MI at ..wC' I... to l..*.ko. %v 4r.
a K: .." J U. AJTft.I K fl.' 5 s.' .. tmjft s0 IS Seek.w Ikat.. H 153 I. 5.4,5 It I .
,. Add I* Ir U ... A. PrTtt. 1001f' ( "' of ",s ,4 Xa III Arthur H. ..III.*** fl." Ie1. 'N" 'U' 7..' rwIOH '
MACHINEENGRAVING .law et NW" S H --H 4 tl oT .
.. --nt Can A Boy 4I__KS or Nest 4 r, IN'! V. Tf.M .45v ear ...... III IM'. S
1144 or "4CS .. Par 114*. W Ik' TlPOH > lr t_ ...... M
JSWELRY Its Ills III' M Pt for ...U. 55243J I" 1 il.rtba. Or... \Met: 11 14 1 II "''1111.. ...r..4 I* Itbbar4 AU.. .. Lobo .|.... NIle
SCIIOOI : Pt W /tiss..-..r.ot !**. lx.1* I A 4 ., ,
5 Plus K till I* i I Illl II ItI toorwojtf.. .rftf..ilt> ti rjaurvlu
DIAMONDS .n. ItlTT. ty s553% Kr "Par mi "ISS ""lJ L t... 14 r'l *. MOT K. loft tit I

751 JI't. Wly Ely IM FtIV.B sold Kn K/W\ A K*) lilt-.LM I A *s of -lx.l I .. lavdlonMB ,

BRACELETS It W. J .t.4.tll If 11U I Par law OK tea. I It i c.UU. 05.3$
L D. T> SI I t n.. 14 U I IS I a.rtkft lrB Pot. I* art bi.4.544 14 'II hlrkr4 P Mar .. ITPawlll .
CHARMS ETC. utl at JSk 1I. A. WlUiaaaav 14. 411'Cr4 '' 4114 -. Lot 1 .f Klk I..1S5..552.1 US tx.ft I. 1t. ..r..T'J' .
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rOT-RTEEJT .. BRApyOftP/ CII17irY 'rit.: o* P.. aTABICB, FLORIDA 'THTKSDAT. MAT 18, 19W

dod, find His :Blessed Son th/g D..rl.tla. i.. .....". mt Tae,.. Orl...... Amoant mt T.... 4K1-A Com at SW
.t !..* S T x A <>*>.*. ... (1 --
w1. f lead .....
Lord Jeiuls Christ, and be_I T 91 A O and {:o.t tl Cor or MRS I N IB, *

r Christ Is d\11f1<']! of this the moral amSpiritual cIt I 2 Rlk 0-Lola 8 'Nut 7 William a 10 of 3419-LotN 11. 145 to R: on N R/W N R/W Eitw 14f Rot(

&be' which Is thi e I of Blk 14 In L. T. for
I MID Maybell>I B. Robert. 7./ A Con. Add Leiter J. Prevail 70.! 8 POn. N 18008',
{ true. atrvntfth. of Chrl laro'haradet l<>-Lot iS In Rift 34'ift' -lot It of Blk R 300.3
l + The Answer. 14 allowed to deter IHIat Nat William 10 In L. T. A. Co. uMland St. 15.V
W. V. Henderson N R/W Ertw Rd
l.:II Add Roy D. Acker, 32.1;0
lor te.Bducatlbn. 21170-Lot Id of Hilt I. I t' 300' to POB 1* I 11 5. 0!. Blmtnan. 14.47

By Is essentla 1 a In Nat William' 8571-.V 15 Ft Lot 4229-NW Wof 8E14
truly SDS673 I Levy Lennon g.1:11 A Lots 7. 8, a9Rlk of NEVI 1* S% of

toT our youth, 'alnlnllwtMlom I In 2 In Highway. Addition HEV4 of NKH W ofHwy
I Lot NWI4
Rev. Charles Harvey ,
W. A. Beiaent SI\.3 5 801 Ex R/W
and the word 'wis- of SW", a.. Deac. InDeed .
15113- Lot. 3 A 4 of aa Dear In Deed
Pastor First Baptist Church dbm' means prudence; gooc Bk TO PC 801Rx Blk | In Temple. Hook 17 Pa- 503 anD
n/W In Nat H. A. Lawaon 79.0B. 5 In Oil Bk 17
Add "ac
learning. Bui t John A Annie
judgment; great William S/D U' H i i W. H. No. l Jr.
William 8'UNof\ Lot 4 A Pi 603 II 12 11 .* .
Fla. 5.1 I 5
Lawtey, Ood has said "The fear ot th All Lot 5 A HVi of .t al 13 94I

Laud is the beginning of 'wisdom' 2674-Com at 8W Cor Lor 6 Kx: K 25 Ft 4231-Coin at MB Coy
of NWV4\ of HWti\ of Blk 19 In Temple of NR'i. N 44 Deo '
: a good uhderstandlna Run K 810Ft for Add K. McRa 7.1 4 W 58.02' for POH. N

In the Sermon on the for my message, I can thinkof hive! all they that do Ilk POD N 200 Ft. I E! 38U-W 54 Ft of Lot 44 Deft W 871 99' to

Mount Jesus Christ gave a no greater verse of( challenge commandments". Psalms III ino Ft 8 200 -Ft w .J Irene Mitchell I.'I Ia W lit Ft of NH\ Hwy R/W NBly. ont
:33 and to. 100 Ft to Poll II' 11 of Lot Rlk 19 ) /W 1728ft'. B
command that would solve than Matt. 8 ; ::10. God calls all to reverence I 28t8-Com! at NW Cord In 'Pt.tA J. A. Bell. 173:5 311.S'. S 421.80', to

every difficulty that man en- admonish the young<< people of Htim.. to honor Him. and tan .of HWU\ of 8WV4 I 3743-l..ota. 2. 4. 6, 8 A flog' ex R/W 32 8 13 >. U Thomas 11444

to let this self* A Run R 620 Pt Fred Lota A B of .
counters today "BUT SEEK our nation who will heed His command 4143-Ixita S thru 10
for a POB then ;,I' Blk 35 In J. M.
YE FIRST THE KINGDOM same verse become an obsession Run 8100 Ft E59 Annette U Tucker. '.a:: of rilk S In B W
His promise, whatever .lohna. Add Hayea HIV A BH' .

OF OOD. AND HIS RIGHTEOUSNESS of their Individual heart. your' vocation in life may be, Ft N Ill Ft W BO. 23 t tt j 1Ft 1-...Id Stat4 Homti 3797-Lrfita t 1. 1ft, I 11. i iI of: Magnolia\ St. AdJ :'
to POB D. L. Thoma .
; AND ALL The trouble lies In the fact, to become \ IT.1i It of Blk 4 A I-A Bx:. R/W 11 17
Is allowed
If Christ
aa Deer PB 24 Pa35ft 1255-All that port of
THESE THINGS SHALL BE that we major on the minor, 1897-Com at NW Cor A Ex B 80' In
Lord of .lite you will find I B!: 11ft" Ft of NB1:
your of wv4\ of 8W44 ;. C.; J Powell. Et 48.2<0 I
Park B/D
to City
ADDED UNTO YOU" Matt. and minor on the major, or through the peace that pa.IISeth A Run R 10 Ft r of I'E'4 lylnaH of ,
04om at NK': Cor B' W Hayea H/D BxM .
6:33. Now to with this specific we plan and For a POB then '
: comply be more all understanding tha 200 Ft 8 50 of HK1/: of NK'4' .A 159 Ft A: Bx. Ity

command Is to place God educate and attempt to meet CHRJ3T: IS THE ANSWER! Ft "wm 200 FIN oO j i.' i Run /a 100) Ft for a R/W 32 11429ft 1 L. H. Outlaw 4.IT
first In your life and mine. It the secular need and: omit Ft to rOB Ex R/W 21 II" Ral4IAh Cox 103LlnnU /I Poll;: :Run W inn -:NK'14 of NW>4
Ft, H 50 Ft. B 100 of MESA Ex l'..ranlrl
Is to seek His will above all 2699-Com .t NW Cor i i
Ft. N 50 Ft to POBKx .. Bx. R/W A. ex
of aw'4 of 8WW A O Graham 22.74
else It Is to lay hold on eternal Run H 210 Ft, E *100 I I IFt Il/W John Par Dew OR Hk
IfOTIC'JI' } 3322-Com IS' W of 21 PIT 318 31 6 11 4 Bertha Green. Eat Ill
life. It means to value the following described lands for a, POB Run
that the t tH
Notice In. 'hereby ttVen NE Cor WH of N. 4382-Lot In NB Cur
.'clock ..n the 11th 100 Ft. B! 259 Ft. t
eternal above the temporal. It will b. .sold at Publl" Auction at 12:00: noon : B14' of SB'* of Nil of Lot 1 Ulk S 110'

Is to realize that God's Word day ..f June. A.D" 1'411. &t the Clty Hell City of Starke Coun.ty N 100 Ft, W 265 Ft 21 t U. '' Tyion. .t al I.3to due for POB
the to .
Tlorlda. t. pay .
.r .
at Bradford. State 100' H 100' \For' POW H D Jam. O. McDanltl 1014
.I I
teaches that it Is appointedunto t.x..... hpr..ln. eat oppoalte Of same together wIth all costa. of 2704-Com\ at of NW 8WK Cor A' : U, 110'% ft 100', .3U-) I lot In NW '!
of //fW .
all once to die and after such *al.. and advertising.D..rYICSlo. Run B elO Ft. 8 I1O R 110', N 100' to Cur of Lilt 1 of Hlk
.s POB II t 11 Edward Orlffl 789 5 run K: 105.1' S
this the 'judgment'The ".".111 of T.... Ft for FOB run W 110'.W100.3N110'To'
10) 3831-cm at Pt 1VW
.A 0..... ad Coa4 'SO Kt H 100 Ft Elmer B. Thomaa .
S 'r> H I POB 4 s
Is .f laaa A 119' N of HKCor
difficulty of our day SO Ft t. N 100 Ft to -j ; :
that man seeks wealth more POB 11 I U" HtrUy 47f of WH of NI-:- 391-W 300'" f.f N'" ..
I' 23IS-Lot 1 of Blk 1 '4 of HK',4': nf NK\': of MI-:% of NK'4: Kx:.
than he seeks life eternal. In Oren Acre, d/D 'I Ernest B. Tanner $7.31. 1718-BOB at NE Cor .. Run N 111' W 100' N It/W A: Kx Par In

Man seeks fame and self- 2318-A-W% of Lot 1 I of W3of NBI4 of 150'. W HO', H l IAA' NW Cor 150' Sq"" | 81 8 11 H. L. Hartley T.04L
Itlk 3 In been Acre SWA\ of SWH\ *: B 134'. S 19' B .11111 4395.,-l>'t 7 of Rlk
'recognition more than life II C. R. Oaks 7.91 \Run 8 tOO Ft W to POR Kx OK Hk 4 of South' late n...

eternal. Let us be realistic. Lit 2.150-A Com at SB 178 .FrttoN..d O K17S 31 Par 81T A Bx OR plat .Kr Slad. 419HU.ef..t
for of Sect Rna 21 21 .H W., V.."- nraon"" 11 Si 85-5R7 II ft 11 Leonard OrtffU 7.95

not true that we seek edu- W 420' for POB. M 2717-$ 3A of BH{ Of U-Lol..* 1. 4 of kite I / Kaatwnod S of H/l HlkI Mlllard Ray Judd. Jr. 1.1444l54'.m

cation for our children far a- 106'W I OK'. 8 105% I Letter T. Prevattf 18.91 NE'. Esf BWH ofHW'4 S In Unxkln Add at NW Corof
18' M Lot In 8MCor
bove this command of God? R to POB Bx. Lot. In HW Cor NW '4 of HK'1 %, K:
100' A 8 by
2377-Com 4 to Ft N ; : 6 11 ''I A. H. Randolph 531 of Lot 4 100' A: It 4"1.811'. H SO' For P011. -
God 50' B A 12 JI 'WN .
Yet has said "Seek ye from SB Car of 8W'4 by 125' A 4 .Frank V. Thomas 6 09 Cont H 100', K

first the Kingdom of God and of 8W% 2718-l Lot. in SB Cor 3199-Ix.>t. 2 1 A 1 of 3110''" N 800', W 30U
Run W MS Ft N of KH of NB44\ of Blk s In (OuHkln. to poll 13 1 11 n..or.. OothbvrirInc. .
His righteousness 60 Ft R: IIS Ft 8 8W44 belnsr' 100' N I Add W. E. Toroilo. Jr. 4.19Nannl .
If I were permitted to; ad- ', 110 Ft to POB 11 11 B Josephine Ellernon 1.592386dot A 8 by SO' B A W 13 S 11 Mid talna 3914-Lot. S A of 441.-Com at NB: Corof H"I'e' 3S.1
Ilorn* 45S
> of Blk I Willie H nkron 18.70I Rlk B In Plnehurnt8D I NWH of NBl,, '
dress any graduating class In In Sunny Acre, 8/D f 2719-B 354 A of N'4 Graham I W 11I11 87', 8 24r5

high school or college and 83117-Lota 7. 8, 9 l of HK'/4': of SW'4 45.',1' u I H.nrter 14.7* W SHO'. H 199 9l'!

10 of Blk 3BD 8unny of WW Bx 140A 3940 fl-Heg 12V W fur I" '''. 'H" 107 61',
allowed to read only one verse I I" I Alfred Berne Bat T 98i 1 11 1 Heater LouUaUraham -
Acres 34-26 11
(11 A: IS1 N of HK" Or B': I93UH', 8 1I94.I'.
1418-Com at NE Cor of NK'/4 of NK(4.( N W 70ft.9t'! to 1It/

Non H 31 Dec W 27311-K 3A of 8% ofW'4 80', W 70' 8 '11', E W of Hwy 1OO Nlv

9119' to Cr of RR = of 8W14\ ot33'1.' I' c.cVun. i 411tUlil 70' to r Septic Tank and ,A Cr of Center St. / 11 4031.A1"I l 1, 3, 4. 314 41', K\ 57071'

N 71 Dea W on Cr Lola 1 and 3 6. 0, 7, 8, 9. in.II to ....11. Kx;. Par ORHk

DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION Ht, 1345'8';. 8- -? r'f' ,7 ; .... I \ of Blk I A: Lot 2, .,..r.i.... I 12, 'II, 14 of ark 32 I'MT' 44S U. 11 Ny W. Kllman at: .1 17.91My

W IS' for POB. I .,.. 3. 401111k. 3 In .. 1 I'nlt 3 MaratwiaHKta H19AC"on; at NKor :
71 len W 1113.11'. 8 y Hement. Manor Unit '. Krevard .' of NW'4 of i N.

18 DeaW! '4S', 0 71 '. 1 '.. W. A. B....nt Eat 20 00 Contractor Inc 78,.90ki e4;< run W 111II "87" *,

Hack Hoe Work Dea11' 153 I', N li I .t .' 2451-Ely 1'V .of Lot 4041-H--Ijit 9 or Blk H 31t 110'V 30',
Deg' H: IRS', 8.71Me 2 of Hlk 3 A Lot 1 ... a of Unit IIF Sara.too M 19994'" W 1313V'
Pump Out Service K 193' to 8V! Flea Mamer loll. SI.
of Hlk 1 B* R/W Height K/D 41Uravard for Poll !N6'' M ly
Rd SOD, !' : :In: Bradford Hgu I 152 t.n. tt. William lUB 4041 Trai'tn A Rd N.St'ly .
Fill Dirt and :Top Soil ;'I''p':: ;, I ? ,. aa recorded K: It/W 100.
K 150'. N ; i 2879-w 811.'"' M/li In I'lat Hlk K: K/W to Cone, "

19V:, N IS Dee IS S 13 11'1..' Yobn. Homes, of HWVi of HW"4,, 1 PR, *9 Kx';. Unit dirk K POH 13 a I* W. Kllman .t al 444.17Vlrtll
Bradford Zl
Septic 110' to POB u, IBO. tots that II.. Nof St. 1. 2 A 3 of 8amtoa 4413-4Vim at NW Cor .

ltd.l 110: ex par .,.t.. of .-.:' of NW-.
Tank Company 2423-SW W of B1V 1 '. .... 1155T I on Rd exeaftement Contractor. Inc. 19 OS run H ,41U'. B IIV
W 8121 408(1( I..,t 7 In mark.
B R 1 4 r' : .i I, and .spar for ....Jt. run N .
2SofR2 W I' Hta 1t. lat Carl I* John. 14 10
ofH In NK: cor 16ifW !>
Phone'969-2311 110'. B 100'. H 130
: I a: W% Blk 1. 2'a I" I : A 8 by 800' 0! 4085--Com at SH Cor W loo to POH II' tt4434C ]Morrlion 4 17l
of RaW tIOot i I' AW 17 t 1121)14a W. A..,.. ,..."t. Jr. 1111 of N 1', of HW14\ A .m al N W" Cur ,

I Hlk I, a ft S of R 4 zt' 13 "'' 3H' .-A. L ...".. f 3il( ) Wtt of !HT5H Hun N K.TO: Ft to Rd of NKW: of NWl
W of Temp B/D then W ISO Ft M
of HEM Of NB- M J ft40' H US' toM
NW of Blk "aol't\ E ISO Ft to
24M-A- 4 '
14 ex. B III' 18 i 11 3034 elite cif Canal for
1 H of ItJ: 1 W I-OH J94IS2 5 11 "W E. Tororte Jr. 13.13
| 19Do-Itlk A .1. 1 loOt .Pall Cunt H I 135'.
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$1 Per Day tic 101!' to POB In Wit l'lhh Vlrlnla W. Smith 12.S3

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2481-Blka 2. 8, 4, 10 I Rd lOll Run Nly A- AUTO SALES: SERVICE AUTO SALES &SEUVICE
BEAUTY SCHOOL Motorcyclen-Scootero
Emerson'Dahmer's It, 13, 15. 14 93. thru I Ions' Kd 3811.n Ft Ito I

27a81k9ExLot. I'OH Wly 254 Ft
I Iala. BIkIIEs Nly JatU'! Ft. Ely Barkley Motor Inc. Tropical Pontiac Learn Complete Beauty I
I Streit's Bicycle Shop
Lota 1 Lot. 14 fI3 Ft, Ely!: Aton* I I
7 A 13 of Blk 11
A. Rd of a curve TRItTMTH Inc. HONDA MOTAMCTCLEBCsahman
I In Knl -ht. SIP '. I It..IOl't\ to Ht Kd, Tuition Budgeted
Kx lot 4 II of Hly .lon. Rd. 144.09 414 FIAT FREE PLACEMENT Jk Vea.a 8e* .....

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MM' ot 8t 8 of Bile Int. B J aide of Court w. Kpeftallm to 330 N W. 8th Ave Gainesville' SCHWTNN BICYCteS
'<\ E. A. H. Ht A Run E5'%" Ft College
4 T Enterprl, Inc. 14419 for a 1OB then run BALES!! 6 SERVICE 3'3-3683 Locksmith A Safe Work

H ft Ft, B 30 H Ft, I 218 3. B. lt Calne vUl
151)0 -Lot. 7 of Ink ( Victory Trained Mechanic elnlc"s | liS W, Untrmlty, AT*,
Davl 1.292527Lt N IS Ft. W 10% -.1 I
of North-Benn, 8/D Rena Ft to POB 11 t 11 W. A. B...ant. Jr. 43.43 1M CLEAN USED CARS Replicars Inc. :
3 of Stilt 80 1al.n. '"-111
In N Reno BID Sally P. William IS.88 3154-Com on II Mlde am N. MAIN CARPETSHouse; I II
PESTS 1540-Lot S of Sills, 13 of Call Ht where It C1atDerrUJe 1T2-4S7I Imported Cur Specialist
In N-Reno 8/D Saul Hankenon ..13 I Int. H lid of CourtHt :MERCKDENRKNZALFAROMKO: : :

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: Carpets
V UIIU"i'ary In N Reno HID \ Theodore Morrla S.75 for a ii>R then a JEEP 4

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15S4 Lot S of
I'IImIl7 of 4 Wheel DrtT
N 113 W .
V Ft 10 Ft Baleararti {!lei -
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RAMBLERAmertoab !\ 113 3E. Second at Gainesville
:255! *-Lot of Blk 1 ales1 Lot. belnc tK V \nr.K'
Ex that Port lylna8 Tel 112.IUI .
In nahagan 8/D Ftnent Economy Cargall1
Aaron HolleyLevy lass of Jill 31 In Or laTown MODERN: Tt KFTNO
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15(17( -Lot 3 of Blk 1 of tttark Bx. Expert Inatallatlon
Lennon. 3.75 N 1HIT Hnd R A 8
In Clahacan H/D AUTO SALVAGE I Can
054 N... Main 370-3915
25VO-Uil 14 *. 8tt{ Of. by lilt W by Thomp- Ridgway Motor Co.
Lot 17 of Ulk 1 In eon Ht. A Dean. In Galneirlll GALNE8VIU.EMayflower
In Qahacan SID ", Queen. Either Oreen 13 63 OH Hk lll J. L. Andr.w. Lag 11)1 S Main Paul's Auto Salvage I

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I W hy Oranc Ht, ; ,
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of II 3 M Temple. 3117-Com at NW Cor Part

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Ron N 114.SS Ft. W
1411, of Blk 1 8 Chain JUw
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HK'i: of Silk t N efRIKA 15577 Ft. Sly 71 Ft Gainesville 17<-431S Repairs ft Part. All Make KTA.N1ZE' PAINTS
S0.l N. W. 11th. Rt 441
Ely 1 I5S Ft to .r.n.II t 11 W. J. Btudetll! 4, otClyde
\ NW'4.t ;: 441 N. Past Stock Yard Trartor Stair
1304-Lot 4 of : Grainy .
hlklsof RS191n PHONE 17-751J Glue Mlrrw 8UdIn. ,.....
In L T A. Co H/D .
Hankernii l 75Metla A Menlo.
Temple Kx
Pest I Par Oil Hk H/D n.... 11J4IIA S II IS L. :J. A Alice Kit t 90 3333-Lrfit 1 nf Blk IS 2033 N.E. Blvd Oaln..m.n. Tab KiM-l..*.rK SMwIDo.
II In L T A. Co 8/D Harmon. 1 04 U-In-Mf'rt.rr-c.!
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Control A. '11' M of NW Corof 3 A 4 of Blk 1In ) Juat Off Waltkt) Road .
Carpel Wallpaper 8....
1 Aothorbuol Sales & 8en1ce
B14 of B' R *
t L T A Coa HID Carrie Colemaa I S3lo
& CHEMICAL CO. K ClInt 8 10"'. B .. 33JH-KH of Lot t AS L i rONCPETE PRODUCTS fount rHMilUU
201'. N I'JI', W 109', SHEET
of Blk 18 In L T
114 N W. Slxteentli at!
t to POH In Tempi A ,'0. 8/D : Coleman. 7 94 INSIST THAT ALL TOUR

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I'OH N 100 Ft. K 6OI 4 of Hlk IS A H
CLOSEOUTPENCILS I }'t. S 200 Ft, W SOKt 3* r; of Lot* 3 A 4of IIDcUab: rortl-VJ>_ I Supply Inc. Ocala Chrome
Bin' 1. t ."iMark' Condltkmlnc ,
C. Davie
3.I--4'nm SW 714 S. Main-3714344FTJS
at Cor Co. H/D Inc.
i.f NW'i of 8W<4 I Jr. Bet. r 103 Sie South Main Sheet. Metal' I II nTNvAvrT1F ,

K: UI' N 30', K: 100' 3131-Ixtt* t.A 1 of S72-MJ1 I I Copper, Nickel Chromlom

l Kur I'OH. N IDO' K ., Hlk I 19 In T A. Co fTMl '
TV H 100'. W 7V lo ) E.: WSS Ida Ma Aherman 4 19 DODGE DART- I53O: NK.' Ifill' Terrace __ Plnbl9an4T
FIRST GRADEOne I'OH) lylnc N ef Co 334-.L..t 3 of Silk 31 I \INF.SVILLK..: 1 Custom Buffing

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.d'I-1 --Com al SW Corf nU.0 Ft of Lot Bale* -Part* S rvcIVpandaMa 370-5331 Dim. S7X7ia Mom| ,

1 of oldest manufacturers .. NW, of HWSi 4 of ilk 13 In. U.. i L. rrd 4.-. Ctxnplete tine of BRASS. COPPER

run K: 104'. N 30' for T A Co. M/D SEEDSPLINTHFERTILILLES: : :! Industrial Hard Chrome
in the "'011, K: 115on N Wllliam..5 at T04
I Poole-Gable Automatic TranHinlsslon
Motors use >E: lad
Il \\' Ui, Ito, N 150'. 3411}-I.ot* 1 ;of Blk : 'ft. Oeato
nuslness.t t 1) II.111. A. Joe
t W US'. 8 ISO' 40POH 44 'In L T A: Co. 8/D\ William 111 110 S. B.!: let Ave. CaJn.. t1J. IntJcow.-r.. Su.y.ef* ,, Dial 4a-41H_
21 6 11 W, H No,.. et al' 198 ''
21 n than at Tom PHONE 173-4141 'We Rent PrrUllarr 8pr* uler.
.., 143*-WH of Lot 1 City Automatic I-
6c each ,1\1\ In Nat Wll-\ TlPEW1tITERSHancock
t of ink 10 A t) la'of 234 NW 8th Aye
ii.I. run R onmipir wu of lot tnik FOR LEASENew I', _

70c doz. t OIl' loo'Ht.. H 100 toIVternon 1.1 1. T A. Co ,-r, P........r.. Supply II." Three Bar Transmission, Inc. PHONE 371.64710.Pn.mIU.

then on Peteraon S4$3a PIA Office
Mt U>t It of Blk PCRK OIL "tR'ICESt.tlon :

$4 half gr. w' woN toolo 14 In .. T. A Co on u.s. 301 Jk luu.I'O: EQUIPMENTBmlthOorona 1 ="
/ 't.n 21 4 JS Tom Ul Hall 4 3S Add Charle. A. Crosby 1014UdtI..nt Near Farmer' Repair INDIES WEAR I

3411-Lot II .of hilt I 11 of RUt MarketNo All Make and Model -Auti ort J

In Nat .William 14 In L T A' (."0. Experience Necemary '

j I Bradford County'TELEGRAPH JeU-I..t HID 9 or Silk 1 Ruth Mae Peanalall. Add. 1 Bill' Klonde. II H Pakl Training Som.Fktsnctn TRUCKS: CARS Cherry'saJneartlle' 1raJrrt7VkteeT.4aSa

3144 Ix t 7 of BlkI Pre-Trted
or Nat Wllllarea > .; Ara liable. Djrmnooieter Mont Puhlonable" Adding Machines

5/D Joe Hwrmon nf L T A Co. ......r mad 11 4> Fr Further Information Address Por Ladle. CakalatonSALPP9
i ISClarei Add -SERVICi.
J 151L 10 nr nik tIn Writ WORK GUARANTEED. : : RJENTAL3
Nat Wllllama 3N-W4 or Lot. 1. DRESSESSLTTsCOAT3 SAVE. : TIME:,....t.....
1 of Rla-k 14 .belnaft BUDGET PLAN 7Mr p.
H/U ** DeMiMi 14.41.k Ft N" Why. Inn, TRAVIS MAT1IIS I >I 'TJa.: ITT WEARACCESSORIES ..irevnt .11_ an flout

3566514! of I.ot 11 FtNSInLTACue P.O. .....< 31.17: _Mfa. F. 1409 8 Main I.OS? X
--a of BIle I in N-\t Main St., naincnvtlle
William BID LK. Jraklua 1I.1a I All 'M< Sf...* W. Alien ., n. "...."....\i''... n... S7J-S1 Ilk\ W University, fldineorllet\ Phone 374-SJ51


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