Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
May 20, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Green Cove ; Oui As Job Corps Training Site '

Green Cove Springs is", definitely out'of "Job Corps official I ty, Washington At the opening of TUt":4lll1y'tD1eding.: .'!"ututhl'hnd! also made a spot check of Comnu'n-e manager 1 P. J. Novak spokesman -
the running as a possible", location for a Job Camp Blanding i" not 11de It' Green Cote Commissioner Hen Zollner 111'. (:iiven Cove sentiment concerning their proposal for a delegation attending) the meeting

Corps Training Center as the result of action because of the high coat RtMmilli I uf firmed the fact that Electronic:I Communications i for a Job Corps 'enter at NAS mid' from, here, told the Oreen Cove board that

or rather non-acrlou -- by the (Green building such. a facility on a of raw had peen interested in the NAS location had come to t the conclusion", that "Green "Contrary to what you may have read in

Cove City Commission Tuesday night. ground"The but had later backed off. I'tne i isn't ready for it." nome newapuH| :$. ,Camp lU.mdinK ha. not

The meeting had been billed as: a showdown ( Rlandinif proposal actually calls!! Zellner said that in conversation. : with Therefore, the! St. Petersburg! indu.itrialista been ruler( out. Should we ht l turned down,

on whether the Commission would for an expenditure of $6.7 million for con officials. of the St. Petersburg firm Monday l said aa far an their company was. concerned we would offer wholt'hl"IIrh'lll'upport to any

vote to release a portion of the old Naval struction.) he was!! told they had determined that, ', there would be no proposal: submitted proposal from Green Cove Springs.: ."

Air Station property now owned by the Groner further stated that a St. Peters NAS facilities. available! fur training center on the NAS !site. Owner said the information: he puUishr -

city, for Job Corps pur|>oes.. burr firm. Electronic Communications Inc.. purposes! would accommodate( only 500 to Zellner concluded that since the fume from sources in >Washington that
Such action had been vigorously advocated had (inspected the' NAS property and was 800 enrollees.. They added I that any proposal corn- he considered reliable
in recent week. by Duncan. Groner, interested in submitting a proposal to the for less than 2.500) would be useless: as' puny had withdrawn a vote by the City
editor and publisher: of the Clay (County Office of Economic Opportunity using the it would be turned down l by Wnshington.) Commission \\'11not needed.StarkeHradford In the end however he too agreed that

descentho announced last. week that Green Cove property as a suggested aite. Zellner said that the Klectronic: ( I'l'p.t-, County Chamber offor" "( reen Cove isn't randy for it."


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tuta ail Ark $80,000 Gas Accident After Protest of FLA. HISTORY

ir Teachers Seek Seriously Burns .

BHS Scholarship Winner Hassle
3 Near Raiford
ilrnil" Wail, daughter of Mr. and Mr.*. alma >!. Wad .* "Increase
bUrke and. a Bradford lllh School. ____. .la .......... a $MIMT Salary
Three )person were seriouslybunted
Irlinewler .oIl..C arholanhlp' .b. wo* ta rwp tltla. wIth
and a home deutioyoby
tucirnU frotn Baker. Bradford.. and I7alo. :
v.-t. Bradford County schoolteachers are necking' pay tire in an accident eailyWedniiday .
BUM rrinrlMil| Connie Clark makM the prMeaUUo. a* I<>&'IIIIII about Still
raises from the School Hoard which could: total $80.- Unsolved
:'I.. .. llella. K.H>nl.>erK. BUS! fuldukr .....II8Ior. falls M. lay 000 next school an of approximately two mites north of Ratford. I
\*...le won the arholmnhlp. .. the bash. .f her n-ftm ...erapand $500 teacher.A year average In the! University of Florida
43S. of a pixmlble 499. on the 8.....r rUcemrat Tmt. Medical' Center with third de-:
resolution asking the hike was adopted last
The grant !Is a Pilot nub latersate.d. re 1oIeIIfoe arlMlarMlp pity tree bums Is Mr. Cuthetln"
auanlml, through the Found.'''* Mrk! ..Urklp I"nera- ftKlurkl Friday afternoon In a joint meeting of the Bradford WllM>it. whoa (lujurl miliiewRxltat lialse* I trad. ford County courthouse r.rfll'llilot.
.* HtiUa I'nlvenlty.Want Education: Association>> and! the I'radford County akin grafting. are till in the rvultn, of Hpt'culation.. with no public
Teachers' Association (Negro teachers' organisation: : ). Her 'Imitband. Cecil Warren announcement from\ the Leuinlative\ delegation itftt-r
It will, i-. presented' to the School Hoard by a teacher Wilson 22. and IIIT mother, fl\e office holders released u statement last TliuiH-( y.

City BackingLawtey committee in the near future. Mrs. Eincstlne Kltl-r. /7: both day M-otestlnK| ", setting. the salary of thw (County Superinteixlent >>-
Th proposal would five a ,I I miffered second degree burns.They of I'ubliiInstruction r..
at it 1 flRiuo $ ;:'JtMi
TVac further supplement -
1)00 rah. to beginning teacher ien may were. .tamed: ui thf higher than other elected officials.
their pay a* do about :Medical Center In Ualncsvtl.
with a bar"-"; 10.. I Rank I
FiremenAre till degree -from ".200 to SO In Bradford. : County, with but Bradford In u Julnt annoimcrmriUlust ,
"..4M( A' Rank III teacher nuinmer duty under admlnia- County II>>in>ltal Wednesdayafternoon. ; week the. Uiadtoitt cliloiiatlon -
with',,10 year experience and tratlve or Rpeclal.. liwtrurtlonaervlce Casey Working had announci'il Increaea -
continuing contract would unit at no cost to th Wllwn and hU wife .......Id.... from $11 OOO to .a.aoo
receive" :a (450 boost from County with Mr.*. Killer at her home for the. County Judge Mhrrtff' ,
OrganizedA ts.". to $.200. A Rank II &teacher (masted 1101 tit of Kalford lie wa a1\ On 2nd SchoolIntegration Tu* Collector" Tax A" ""ei"or.
'- Neither the proposed d pay degree I would pt. $550Le4e.from truck driver fIr Sure (lag and County Clark and from w .
I scale or the. present call for 14450 to tS.OOO of lake City, and parked 01'1 $.aoo to IU.7UO) fur the Hupvrtntviidint <
group of about 30 L..wteycltlccn tang will our luck bold out," I any ralc after 10 year with no esperteiMA Rank tarn trtM-k, containing', I Plan uf. aiIwula.Tthtynluonnurnunt J -
proved the City C &m- Dorko Mid a* bt opened.. the I II 'tracher wait' 10 year, npeilenc for fitting Underground: Pink. y \ ; explaliii 'Juh.:1:: :Thomax: ; : ;::;
cll'a predictions wrong Mote anitoa.4"_ Jon and on continuing hear the house Tuesday.. night.R &. f. td Lh"t.H, under. the at, nJ.: ; I
day when headed toy Temporary Concern for support from BackLong' contract would get a .790filw U. reported !that Wilson i 1 Umdford &,hoot Supt. TIMIICawy aid or the. Houthrin Annualtlon '*- 'I'
Chairman Joe Dorko, they the City Council wa a Mgquevtlon Teachers from $JJ ftl( to 'd.TOO ...* on hln. day. off from work wan In Tallifhamee, yesterday of Collrm-n' gad| fctdiouNaaJarJ seal.. Hiinuuiioeiiu'nt./ II..... Johl..j{ wit< Conferring
organized a Volunteer'. a* it< became apparrrU A Rank I teacher (doctor' Wednesday and wits. assisting. ; meeting whir auperlntendinit ... paid to aUI"| >i liulenU li* ..IH| $r1). JnhiM had noC with corwtUutenU her aver
Department. the department would lie degree or equivalent rank In a house-cleaning. piojectjty } from. 57 countle to shah'' ) be at H hlnTier.. twin' than yet 1\WI'an\ iri'portunlty 1; to got 1 ttI' weekend: to 'determln
One after another Influential .....nbrd. but ''Ita upportcr Stand with no experience would ee lining. rt"e hUh premiurv'Htm wet polnUT on .presenting that paid to pilnclpaU. '" < or other litMetltrr! wild work out anychiuiiiea. inMtc. ) anllnwn.In the ron' j
lupporter ,pout iln favor seemed afraid It 'would fall on a SflAO t.-l. ,from |4 uo tft < from ale truck' to blow Integration plan from the member of the Ailmlnlatrailvo . If &"y. that would .be troveray, but has not mad.
of the rural' volunteer pro IU face without backing from OOO. A Rank I tntrh-r orrontlnulng dual from wlnduw screen. I Florida filtration: AiwoilatluiiCatey : cleft. Mupt. T. K Ce made In their original aaUryl I (Continued On Page four)
gram, Including Nalaon Blocker -I the rounrtt. It win tan on th Approximately 130 Bradford rontrart and l with III" was using the .hone from acid WednMlay uluht ey, Jr e tlniiite,.* that at leant
district. supervisor of the! dty to Urgly finance the department County achool teacnra: and 10 year experience would get ''Inikte. the house. ami did not Mint he received piototypr! ol two nirmlxri of Um.. local
FlorMa Fore Service; J. C. In obtaining shelter adminIstrators signed a revolution a $MO rilae. -from .31Wt t,< realise' that part of the gat, several plan to preaent to achool system will .be recelvlituU On Industrial Land Sale
Prevatt county ranter for the: for th equipment and to purchase backing Tat Aueaaor >T.3AA flo........ only five o coming through the none was.. the Federal+ government, based. : '0.500 .pur year or more, during 1
Forest 6ervte: tnaurance agent liability. insurance for (On Long stand on raisinsassessments < Bradford': l leT teacher hob backing up Inside Instead of on frerdum of choice If* added Uie next' bleiinliim.\ .Failure -
Oeorg Roberta.. Civil Defense It. .. to 100 per' cent.Th a Pink I certUkote.Partyone nil going out the window. however that he already to comply with' the A 4."ct. Funds
Director Carl Roberta I Board Member Buster Bennett teacher signed. the teacher* hold a When a sufficient. amount of hUll a rough draft of such a atlon'a atamlarxl. with renptN.. .tto City Asks
and Mr. and Mr. Jack Pain I told the group, however. ....._at. which has been Rink II certificate of which gas accumulated: In the house plan, whlcli would I let a atu- the Nuperlittemlriit'.. salary.
of the BoAtwkk Volunteer Fire" that the council was mainly presented to Long by School M have .10 year of exprlnce It apparently Ignited from the drat fliiKMe. the rlKml to would be Ice rl_k dtsncrrrdlle-
Department.Pln -onrerned to see the puftlle Hupt. Tom Caw, at a Joint and 114 are Rank III pilot light on the. stove or which he In awilHliedI lon of l o.l' I .,'II U the president of the solidly back of tit* project .... meeting of the Bradford Education I teacher. of which 24 have .10 hot water heater, Flume "". I sold the rtI: I I. havingrrpieiriilatlvv fetters of protest, 1I.lolr.1I. From Authority
TIot.lck department, about fort any money was spent on Aaaoclatlon and the year experience gulfed the house, but the from Wanhlng-. io Hen: Charley K: John' and
the Mine Ue as Lawtt',. am* 'It. I ITlrcl. Bradford County Teacher Aaociatlon. *- The propoaiNi new pay stair three occupant managed toacapej Loll In TalUhamee. Mill' 27 to Hep A. J Ttiontua. Jr. ......t.1
Ml wife i 10 the ,rerptar,. Both the people have to calls for boo 'U of approxImately < though .nertouiil;! Mint. county nuperlnteiwtent. released. lat Thursday. Any profit the Itiadford. I*. t111. cUluLhot t lawn where,
Irnt enthuffUutle support tc want U." Bennett tab| the. The teacher alao voted to (ISO per teacher for 'burned. In drawlm up plant lo preNut County Ju" rl court" now
the organliatlon of a Lawuy council. "W have 10..* If ''Pf..oc. reaohitlon to the. the school year .IM .<7 and Heal from the flame melted to thv Oflli'e. of Fodllt'lI'lion. were alwned, by him. a. .well the! aule. of land In ire be paved to nooks room
volunteer department. Th her are willing to go tbrougtl Bradford County Commission (IN7... ao that 'In three year the "soft plug" a safety. but that he may and. In ..a Tax A'wuMir (} crowd voted unanimously to with R. I feel that way and I asking the board to wholeheartedly a Rank HI beginning teacher device! on the tank truck-allowing tiradford' send plan before Tax Collet-tor J. It Kelly. "I| tu the authority lot :J flvr I The rbunrU': voted to pay
organize! when the Imo wv hlnk' the council doe*.** Bn- support Long'* would make 14 goo the ,.. to escape. and then Caw. .lIld h* mUht Hherlff P t). Reddish and year pedal should bit given to Met VUrmrrt. Thnma up to
finally put to a teat after two net Counclfenan Spud Maey *- stand on 100 per cent aamnt ****- Whether or not fund will. burn without exploding. the call a Mchonl Board mellngFriday / Clerk Charles A IMrby.lUp the Won the mark OnCOiim \ dul fur patrolling. the little
half hour and Robert Scott under the "Junt value. .be available. for the Arhooll tank The houw and all Its night 21. to hav .
and a *. tepr- May Tlmmaa tul<| The. Telliraph *- :11 der Wed 'Iue ""We've ben lu k1. ut how Continued on Pate<< Your) I....." Continued( On Pace Pour I content were deal roved (Continued. Oil Pave. Four" Wediiexluy' nl.Ht.. that...I not &lo employ her for that
'I. h. nt..ixl. wa* taken at theiincgratliin duty any more. Blocking: off
After 100% Reassessment of Mayor Itaiul! lr''IIU strict In front of Ut.
(1illly, wlxe! sold l i h* f..I..1. illainniul, U lufflrltnl/ protection
father. tronulv that the for the youngsters. the
Authority w oItaaled. ).. I lloitifl' dr. bled
65-70 Percent Of Bradford Homes To Be In Taxpaying Class vtUipifieiit( though, ant legally. to 1 I second low bid of IS.440-..
j.T j. return U, the tIL y any money. 4(1( ass accepted on. CM
1 from &I." sole of the Untl'Oie /. i Mixlel trencher. and beek-huc,
aulM, .rlty recently. .odd l l two' The. bid. I won submitted 1 by>>
Onto Lone has mad. butt- Under present, In""I""III'" acre nf ohm. 10-acrs: ..lte to. fiqiiat' Deal Machinery Co. of
x Aveaaor aeaetaenU. a* compared db 'If our office amUUke. to meet their respective i ha* been assumed" that the
estimated yesterday that from only floe per cent that are w* will b* glad to get. lion of tie Just. value law. It mlllaiv mutt be rnMred proportionately Yawn Speaks rrniilre Cinirretw' of OrUndo.whUti I JitkMfyiIIe Th. low bid wit
It to 70 per. cent of home In paying u... at the pral correct It.* Lone aald. 'But If .. a* the ta" roll U I i plans tu taste a plant| refiMed. by the council on ree!
Bradford County win be In Urn. w* have followed the proc Ira reused. Aci-ordlnv to thU. I At DCT Club terra. fur IIOO' vt were. uinmn'UtkMi.. by Engineer'
the taa-peyinI claa. aa a re- I mist just one of th suit of the nw juat-valu a.-. "Jolta" that taxpayer will. rrelv who attll wish to protest will :p" (rom 112, : million to ID mil. we. d'Ml't like them I UveliH. >- (\v "r hitch. U ,and. Street Dept.
.when Long ** out haft to appear before the. .. unit I II) it th' vfvni. mllUae.. The need for mowing forwjtrl melll AllMl.. rttyl' rung. the I Head H H. Ifkft.
notice in the neat few weeU.. County CommlMkmcra when IC .. !Mlff\.. \ of 4125: would 1 lie. rrduced to 'In the, field& of vofatlofbt!I tend for a snail mount there )r rI The eounrll An Wed. to add
Smongabord riving each property owner they sit a*' an eqitaliitatlon I ,f IIrlund t :: IJ7 r rn"> bring In the trnlnln 'In high artinnU. wai,I I I. nothing w* can do. I..U'\.. \ onto' the. city garage until It
hi new aa eai ed ..roe. board early this Mimmer, <: < I I'I Ii 'am. am'-,tur, or,, nxiitey a. the | .tre Long explained that the tS.- Long said that the total **. o/ ., 't oil' mlil'V\ prudured on the i! Van In peaking at tike an- Mid. City Attorney (I.orrg.. be placed. In the IM9I4lUivInl
Dinner 000 homestead exemption kept Mmnl on taxable propertyIn i s t'w i"-inif ntIJut itiiii. I II'T I> Club fmplinreiIleakf4't y, 'fieri' 'e replied that the al/th. Mrlg't'
moat hotnea out of th* tais the roanly la expected to i unr know iwo long. hebl. TI.....,.. morn- gamy. It cwt levellyaINIAIe| Mayor ., Chitty raportnl -
Spon-tored bySt. .ytng eJaa under the. old ** 'Increase from Its 112 million ,i il ) mlll; .. would\ In* at the Cusp HUii'tumftilMed to the rlty for I the ntuney. tents, thai Mime' progrea' t/*
around 115mlUkm the Und but aureed with a.1.yor brine m...ile In the elt, attempt
will' to .
lt Club
t. Kdward's: Altar Moment yUm. but this figure year *ay tliwi: sew 1.1, law la alwilcrpitted > Men .
i no longer be true when the : on the new roll--an to mean that the ,.betas|. Yawn .w.H that huh. t tj ,, ,, SocietySaturday I
DeW tax roll la prepared. Under Incrraa of about JOG per' centA ta*.'"' r : <'I budf call all a I j I.rhtala., \ viriiln their pr*..enlwnpe t: give the money to the. City' Railroad Improve the ,
22 result many property e' curt l li It."Trie money hoilUI) 1 rever'i eltv' "railroad, rrowlng A R'ftr..llI'r."t..uv. ye
May the -Jut value" yardstick a Eufclti: allot' and' tart ral of allon are
a east majority) of home will owThrr win be Jotted with no- b ,a ml.lttr; a 1'iev find Itan I i a"-' to prnvKfe a iri4nlnnfuli I i the" rlty) ., the site wa* net | has been to see
I II i to I 1 that are ; ...1 ) rur ...m""'. .I- to "dim the, mayor said. and
a.m. p.M. tx a ae and Sto7p.m. th I I.1IMNnC. triple or even higher i 'In rjHIv .. mike.. win pay taxe on exceta double k ar, &lr....nL Urn hog Me Mid. that Mir (
.. .IflHtniltMlI CIIrI flora J' Mvrket: Road.
than that in th* ease of some means, and how changing economy It .beienltal ., 11. KlUIM-ll" except
w m i
St. Edward's Long Mid that M per cent lab front property farmland .rat, MI)' i >uld/ b.. raid ; Mat a high auho.1 l I I I Clerk Vrrriil t lrlwmrd to turtle.. which \la in another. district.
(Hall of M. re-a. eaimnent of the and Umber land. Many w( h'ft a period gradual h..,. a skit! that .il[ j I btu| I.[ vel"">|MiV'nt Authority' HoI work In cleaning brush
ParUh tivrn
who have I) aII4Il.l ,4 lust font irons thIj. ,, from lift rl"MoOr.ways has
rount, T.OOO partvU wf property property owner .' ouallfy .Mm for a lob when" fMI i
valoremtatea. > T ,' why BTB/lferd County i saie. be .'...n to the city already* ...-.un. Hupt. !Dan
Free Door Prizes ha been ron pt ted. and been paying no ad I .. .,.* atlMiol "A hash MehuuI t I
the Job of cutting new atmcUi win go on the tag roll p-oprrtjr owners will be I I flplum M no longer enough { In other w tluii. ..t th* i meetne reported
thn ..UIns with antluua" eyes fof '111. nuyor was also" auth-
for the Addrrmogr sph..howlag for Ute first .. |! the speaker Mld. / .
d I I the new ",.,.,..*. .ta about When Long flnbhea the tag hat Vttet from the lag *-.< '. Around I leg fXT student. .e I A courtho pwrklmc I prove nrlwd: k) negotiate with the
half complete.A I I roll bt* part of the kx U. Boats Bcachwcar tot wKhln .ha rest few week i and: their employer and olheiI ,' I !lam brmihl to the rounoll by slate Head Department to
TaU Space Contributed man aa this Job 1* flntetkad. don. ; of their ,I ..UMt enloyed\ Uw ttrilr." Chief" William .KOUMI I hav. the, trafflr pattern of
Publieii the Aaaeacor. elfn wtfl Th actual mount of tiles tlvtnf the amount l.anvon AI".,... flub pr*.i,. ... lurneif ovwr lo the ftafelyr llUt-14" west of &town surveyed.H. .
Weekly to I Hda wa: be It wee --e... .. a hnvbwer" sad'.st pro..ll.e" byrarp' new aaea n ent. I Hbl the speed limits now
end notice to each property<< that peraon pay ;, dent. aerved aa master o r I Commute by Canned Chairman
Community Event by owner arttln forth th* ..*. determined by the mtUag sad. flora.e ... "rwt.twe.. I..e Any natnf you hear- thatsounda I rrrmonle' > Carl' Hunt Roamer saidUC'1 ( Jtowed In the Wren Acre and ad-rUlng .1 I wHirhwUl be ... by th* pasty gods s1.4. Ik. .... M (.A Meee "M. .t..4.y, like John Q Taxpay After brekfat. in*< )' thai coitrlhou afflclaU' whoM area. are entirely| ton fat for
The CommunityState redure for those .who might. County Comcniaalon and the fUlkf Itlfrle-k. TMH. IMia. .. Hay ...>...... sad .r** .head hntln the rr1Mn. 1 *tu>ienta< spent th* ri..malL or1 r i i must .owe their' parking i' then number of home there.
bet th* Bchool Board at a figure' *ufflrlent ... .*.*. .. did 'fwe .... find and two bad accident have
wish to *AH ar pmteiit JIIre&t 'aa.e say seeks g they mar well be Jwa that L j of the day swimming art I Ij j .. ditrtnir the day
Bank hUher n.u.: to raUe enmesh money a b/ ., bawds. sitar *kHn*, I them taken when they return, i occurred there 'In recent
Ifs asked that the portion of m" *.



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Mr. and MM. Curtis Anthony .I Jeanne J Gorman Weds Franklin Ritch Jackson-Smith[ 'Woman's Club I '\OIKr I\ medal) OK C''':IVriJM'IOM' I.OCA. Oil TO
\ Mr. and Mr*. Drew Reddish \' sPSa: I'L I.K."..I.AriOHF.ItTI \
and of Jacksonville
and Dr. and Mrs. R. P.. Mul. leach were Ron(weekend guests In Home Ceremony Saturday Afternoon I Marriage PlansThe I District Meeting :lOI""t'%FOHD
line and their children were
I of Mr. and/ Mrs. Fred Bennett. i The 1""...o.-1da Federation of otk'e iw hereby given, that
at Hlllsborough State I of MIllS Jewel
aniplng marriage "I there will b. Introduced In the
Park over the weekeM. Th"y :Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae MIllS Bevin Jeanne Gormanof wILls matching aocessoris and Harriett Smith. dnujtbter of I Woman' Club, will hold Its UOII session of the FloridaLs'gbaleture

were joined for Sunday dinner and grandaons Mark and Palm, Beach and Robert! I a purple orchid. The groom' Mr. and Mew. Harry! E. Smith,.Quarterly District 4 meeting I law'authorising.. a loyal the .Hoard'c .peelat of

GLADYS MOOTY\ ,by Rev. and Mrs. Don Koko- Steve Crawford spent the\ Franklin Ritch wen united In mother chose a dusty rose silk of Wllliston and MaOcu Brie I at the Palatka Woman's Club County Commissioners ot Bradtuid .
Phone 964-0631 moor and family of St Pet. I weekend visiting Mr. and Mra.Al marriage at 4:30: o'clock Sat-I dross, with bonv' accessories Jackson, lion of Mr. and Mrs. I on Tuesday May 25, with registration County Florida to acquire,
; Harley at Aferrlt Island orchid corsage. at 9:30: a.m. oonatriiit. rurnlHh and equip a
erxburg. urdoy afternoon May 15. in I and a white W. T. Jackson Sr., of Starke, starting courthouse bulldlnK a courthouse
--- Mrs. Verirle Flynn visited and Mr. MId> MrM. Glen Conner the home of the groom's Mrs. Pearl Eiwards grandmother !- will be solemnized .t the I Luncheon reservation must annex a jail tied ......11olh..r
of TallaKawHee J. Waters 1' :n Orlando. mother Mrs. Hazel Ritch. of the groom wore a Methodist. of be made with Mrs. C. J. Houpt facilities necemiary" nrpertinent
Miss Jean Mundy Mr. and Mrs. :M.! B. Jordan Mr. And Mrs. H. First Church thereto; amending any
) ;; wo horn for the had as overnight guests Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Faxon in Mr. Edward Ensor of JuckHonville Rev. James L. Temple of I tailored blue lace dress with WllliHton on Sunday June 20, before noon on Friday May laws passv" during tI.. lite;ireicular ;

weekend.Air. and Mrs. Roy Jordan of Orlando Gainesville" on Sunday afterloon. was< visiting her mother Smoker officiated.The white occesaoiles and. white .at 4 p.m.. I 21. & legislative' session providing .

and. :Mrs. V. V. }{azen, on Thursday and Mrs.' : Mra. Bertha Pearce over parents of the bridl' orchids. The Rev. A. W. Bwites will I Member are reminded of a courthouse for the; authorizing construction such of

Mr, and Mrs. ST.\ F. Haentr. Robert Burton of Miami on Stanley Wentling of West the weekend.Mr. are Mr. and Mrs Thomas MOormun :. I Immediately after the (ceremony officiate and music will be the National Driver test I Uuard to Issue certificates ofindebtedness

And :Mrs. L. O. Hazen, and Wednesday.Mr. Palm Beach was last Thursday ; and Mrs. E. W. New- I of Palm Beach an3 a reception was held presented by Mra. Wesley which will be given coa t-to- to aforesaid finance Improvements thsconstruction .

Mrs. A. E. MeKlnswy! attended and Mrs. Roy Loyfleld overnight guest of Mr. comb of Orlando were week the bridegroom is the son of for the wedding( party and Smith gamut; Wesley Smith I'' coast on the CBS television t 0 of be payable. from

Uie'i. ,funeral of Alph Ifazen in of Lake Harbor were weekend and Mrs. Fred droudon. end guQnta of, Mr. and Mra.G. Mrs: Hazel Rltch of Stark-s II guest/ voc-allat; and W. J. Stark. network from 10 to 11 p.m.. the proceed of the special.
S. ;Wewcomb. beautifully 24. All club members are bulliKttjr tax Iwled under C'liapler
Orlando on Wednesday afterpooiu guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and MM. Herbert Thom. The doublerlnac'remony The dining room was vloHnlvt.: I May 139.01. Florida Statutes and
W. F. Herkmg.Mrs. as and daughter Kathleen, had Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan was performed in front of an decorated with white The bride will be given in I urged to take this test which front a portion of the race tractifunds

JTr. and Mrs. Keith dillinstnn W. T. Jackson all.end as weekend guests at their were in Went Point Ga. from altar made of palm and floor I' snapdragons dal9i s. and yellow marriage by her father. Larry lilt produced In cooperationwith I ......rulnll annually. under toBnutiord

\ \ of Tallahassee: spent the ed a lingerie shower Friday cnmp In the Scrub Mrs. Kathleen Friday to Monday visitingMr. I baskets which held arrangements day lilies. The table wa Grlffln of WilliMton" will\ the National Safety'' Chapters County 3R' and Florida 561. Florida
end .Mrs. K. T. Duncanand
weekend] with Mr. and Mrs night at the home of Mrs. Goethe of Cut Palatkn of white gladioli, munvi covered with a beautiful white serve as btnt man for :Mr. CouncU. Official score Statutes and allocated to the

OilY; Sole.Mr Frank Bullock in Will 1st on Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Goethe family. yellow, snapdr on.... deities i organdy cloth centered with a Jackson. 1 may be obtained from any Uuard of County either Commissioners of suvrh.snurceo
MM.:!\ B. A. Pope Jr. of Nor I. Station.Methodist or item
and Mrs. 3. 13. Wood honoring Miss Harrlette Smith. Jr. and children, and C. M. and day llltea. On the piano. client' candelabra' which heM Attending the bride an !Shell: Service of revenue; and provldInw -

,were.\ In Lake City ovi.r the flanree of Marc Jackson. Fowler of Winter Par.t. Coy folk, Va. is visiting her mother "which was played: by. MIss an airanaement of snapdragons maid of honor will be, MIN an offectlve data.j.presenttiVe ... -
,. .
Mrs.. A. Z. -Adidas. I A. J. Tho Jr.It
weekend\:; visiting: Mr. and M.. :Mrs.: O. 1.. Hayes fir. will Jamison of Orlando an* Min Carol McRae. was an arran T ,,, and daisies. At one end o Bonita Petteway. Bridesmaids] Seniors ) 1NOTlf'1I /:.
!Mr.\ and Mis. James V. '
Albeit Woods and family leave Friday tor alx weoka Kathy Elder and Clayton Brothers mrnt of miniature f lower*. an'II the table was a threetieredwhite I will be Misses Nancy Knight. I
had To Be Feted !
have as Knouts
,Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lee.' visit with Mr. and Mra. J. A. of Starke. Crosby exact duplicate of the floor I wedding cake decoratedwith Sheila Griffith, and Judith -

:Mr and Afrt Jimmy Lee and Scanlun In Cattlett Va. Mr. and Mrs. Vtnon Sllcox Mr. and. Airs. Ben Cheatamand bnskot arrangement. yellow and white daisies! Ann Dice.Ushers Methodist Church !? OF .i rfirTiotron

riiiiiffhtAr., / .. Jerry Lee and Johnjiy :Mrs. A. Y. Wlllln of Hast and son Dnvld ..>ont I the Friday daughter dinner. and of Cocoa Mr. andMrs. for TJden.. in which the and topped with a bride and will be Tom Ja k- will The honor First U* graduating high t TAm*..i4i. I i''F.KOffr. .:.

: Powell spent Saturday and Inga and Mrs. BUI! Brown of weekend with Mr. and MM!! and family bride' book was kept was groom. liOn. brother of the groom- school ,Mentor* with a. breakfast VOTTfB! M HKKEBT' : "tv!':'!'.
I-'rank Owsley
Ptmcfoy at Lake/ Hewitt Nashville, Tenn. were Sunday Leslie Biggs in De atur, Ca. decorated with magnolia bIos- The wedding cake was cut elect) Jlrnml Dowling and J.. at 9 'a.m. Sunday :May that Mr. T. J. Ald Tinsn' the.
of Polatka on Sunday. of the followingcerti
JfiP J. Shaw :Mr: $. Clients of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Dave Partin and lIom 'and leaves. On the table by Mrs. Charley B. John B. Tomllrmoa Stark.; and Half. Cary \fies koMer,.. has filed said certificates
Mr. and Mrs. BJ. W. Hayes i 23; ire; Fellowship
Call Lunar: Johns and lIOns Roberts 3f.Mrs. daughter; and Bird.\ Fartln Jr. was an arrangement of white while Mrs. T. E. Herndon.\ and 1 Joseph B. Smith brother of of the Fel- for a tax deed to ... I."ad

visited Mr. and. Mra. OvliMewnett J. M. Vickers and Jin of Fernandina were last Friday with are spending Mr. and: Mrs.the John weekend Deas (ens pdra gone. Mrs. M. R. Judd.:: aunts of the I" the bride-elect, of Gainesville. I I lowahip Cltett president of Christian Athlete .ihereon....,. and years The certificate of Issuance num-. thedescription
"" in Jacksonville on M. II. Sheppard and son luncheon guesU oC M '. Given in mArriage by her I groom served at the punch Following the ceremony a speaker He of the property and
and will attend :1 will be the"guest
.Saturday afternoon. ;Michael of Brunswick Ga and Mrs.\ L. A. Dnvl Mrs. J. in Luke City father the bride chow Miss bowls. Miss Sylvia Herndon reception will be held in the:' well- i he. names la which It wa* assensed -
the Shrine ceremonial. comes from? a group a?. as follows:
S :Mrs.: Emma Hodman la vtiitlnj were visiting friends here R, Hordee who had spent ten returned home June Dawson of Miami as ,her kept the bride's book. Inviting Woman's club building Wil- known for their activities the Certificate No. 111.
: :Mr: *. N11" Ranivford/ .In Monday.\ 'days! with Mr. and Mra. Davis -I flea Hall marc of ho Ol'. Tnorflas E. O** guests Into the"' dining room lUton. Friend and relativesof I set for them- year of Issuance 147.Description .
Friday after undergoing surgery standard they of Property All
HI. fur returned to her home In Gainesville served as Mrs. B. J. Jacobson and families Invited to
.1'alpsUne. two 'c cke lost week in St. Vincent's Dell of were the are : _Ivn. and their achievementsIn that portion of WH of NKM otK
Fernandma with the Partin best man. Mrs. M. O. Milllcan. Rice bags attend the wedding and r- >"4 Lying; 1C of Ry. II.... I.
and I Hospital/ lemon and white net were /lports.I T-'-rt. K-21-E; I AI"...
...- Mrs. Jewell Noegel Tlw" bride wore a of yellow ceptlon.
breakfast I being planned assessedTony
.... Mrs.: Chnrle Hardy nnd: I The Name In which
Sharon. and Betsy aUk distributed te the guests by
I daughter yellow two-piece Woman's Society r>rmro.
visited her mother -by the
:: Matthews spent the weekend son. Chace drsss with A-line panel Rebecca end HJalmar Jane I All of said properf M' In
: Mrs. O. E. McCauley, in Presbyterian Meni i of Christian Service. the County: of H'al.'oid" aid.s.f .
I with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. matching veil of illusion McMillan. Florida. ,

EXCITING'I Joyce in Tallahassee. Palatka. on Friday. wits attached to an open After a short wedding triP. Host Fish FryMen !, Unl.... such certificate orvertlflcatea
MM. C. D. Williams returned .
BirthsMr. shall b. redeemedarcnrdinir
of Lees. will reside
I Mrs. Helen Fox crown decorated with. seed Mr. and Mrs. Hitch
to law the propertyitesurlbed
weeks '
after two
I burg and Charles... J. DavIs of Monday; pearl ftte! carried white in'.Gainesville: where they are of the Klrst PresbyterIan li. such certificate or
visit with (Mr. and MM. BUIClark and Mr*. Rodman will, be sold to the
Park las white the College eLnw
Frultland prayer book topped' with both attending Church are sponsoring a
; ai1 in Eau Gallle.iiuncti \ Struth. Atlanta Ga. announcethe hlshrpt. bidder at the Courthouse
IDEAS : Thursday overnight gueat. of orchids. sMphanotte and Ivy at the University of flor Huh fry this Friday night Kenneth door on the first Monday
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Her only Jewelry was II strand Ida. from 5 to 8 p.m. Purpose of birth, of a son. In month of Inn. "'5. which
I (Hodman, born :May 11. Paternal Is tl.e let. day of June, 191.
Attending the Rotary char. of pearls' a gift of the groom Out-of-town guest IncludedMi's. the project i Is ta help raise and Hnted" & tn. JOth day ot April
: FROM: BULLINGTON'S I ter night banquet in Lake I The maid of honor wore a Helen Gorman Welekerof funds for the "birthday ob I grandparent are ltd*.
I Butler Saturday evening werd! BrYmuda blue two-piece dressof I Long Island. N. Y.. Mr. and jective" of the V"mvm of the I Mrs.\ Merrill Strutli of Starke. SEAL I

L For I Mr. .and Mrs. Buford Mitchell. silk fa hlon
I, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gibnon to the brlde'd .drew.. She worea I Sylvia HVrndon of Valdosta. Church In th U. IJ. Thee jeir : a announces, the following Clerk of Circuit Court of
Mr. and Mrs. James Saunders. I' matching hat and carried II O*., Ronald Hunt and Mr. the money raised for this objective births: County. Florida

: : Rev. J. R. Brabham Mr. and bouquet' of yellow roses and, I and Mrs. T. E. O'Dell of will go to Korea to Mr. and Mrs. Pet Hodge S4' 5/J7

[RftDUATIONA 1 Mrs. George Pierce, and Mr. *; or GOD miniature mums. Gainesville and Shaun Oormhn. provide scholarships for Christian Drooker, a daughter, Tereosa
and :Mrs.\ Ervin Andiews. Flo For the wedding, the brides 1 I brother! of the bride of men and women At Tae- :May 12.
801 Lawtey,
Mr. and Mrs. John' Spears mother chose \beige lace dress I Palm- Beach. Jon Presbyterian College and Mr. and Mr*. David Lawaon.Starke 4111
: of Crawfordrllle were weekend Sunday School. 10 a. m. to the Presbyterian Medical a daughter! Usa Ma.

: guests of MM.!! Lucian Morning Worship 11 a. m. Center at Conju for needed 'lu. :May 13.

: FOREVER F/tsHION/ A JO/ FOREVER Conner. Ornene. of Kvenlng' Service, 7:30: p. m. Waldo Set To Muster Out RebelsTo spare and equipment.' Mr. and Mrs. James Nawortt *- AUTO
Mrs. John E. VPK, Wednesday. 7:30: p.m.- I Ticket for the fish fry are *. Stark a sun Dury SPRA

I Jacksonville was visiting Mr. Robert Yates pastor. Celebrate 100th Anniversary on sal* by any of the men of Alton May 13. ., .
and Mrs. John Greene Jr. the church and may bn pur. Mr. and :Mrs. Benjamin \ ', .

ever the weekend. chased from Mrs.. Claude .., .
I BETHEL BAPTISTI01ICRCU Crow., Doctor's Inlet a son. .
I 'Mr Merrill Struth and Sunbonnets and aldebnrns .srtdrtorlum.. followed by a pi.! *. CrowHon at the Bradford Telegraph Wayne Allen May 13. J

: I duaghter, Kathy visited Mr., will be much in evidence at nfa ]lunch on the school I office, or at the church

and Mrs. Roddy Struth and Sunday School, lt> a. j Waldo this weekend as the grounds. During!! the afternoon I of flee. Adults. II and children Garden Club
I baby son: in Atlanta Co. over Morn\g. Service 11 a. m town and surrounding arm Ob- a1 reenactment of the muster- under 12, SO cents.

the weekend.Dr. Training Union. 6:30 p. m nerves the lOOlh anniversary Ing-out ceremony will be To Install Officers 'I

.. \ and Mrs. D. W. Whltten Evening Service, 7:9O: p. m. of the "mustering. out" of staged! by a group from Tamil .

2 C SEMSC SSUIIt DeMONl1 PURL attended the Lions conventionIn Midweek Service Wednesd Confaderwt. troop* ,at WalO il known a. "The Florida! Operetta Set The Startte Garden Club I iiiti *asass.. I.I.I

: I Tampa over tho weekend. 7 .m.-R.". W. L Newutana in May 1865.Festlvltle.f. I rtvifednrote Army." For Lawtey School will hold a covered dish cupper caN

: J. G. Weeks and two start Friday Mil ale will be provided by and installation of officers '( iL 1

: I g1'unddatlglht.eorof Canal MADISON STREET night with nn old-fanhloned! tne' Santa F* High Schoo'' The Lawtey junior High Monday evening at 4.3O: p.m.

I Point visited Mrs. Wealey Andrews BAPTIST CHURCH pie and 'box: : supper at the i Oiotr School will b4 the scene of in St. Mark's Parish House. I

E llemcmber You Can Use Your .Diamond Saving I and daughter, Mrs. 900 Block W. Madison St. Waldo ,Masonic hatl and will The public Is invited to .attend an operetta "Roundup on ttie Hoetenses will be Mr*. Paul
i B-rnard Cohen over the cnlmlnut Sunday afternoon all events during thrWeekend. Moon," on Friday. May 21. Raymond' and Mr*. J. I).
: Stamps on These Diamond Gifts We will be glad to have you o match your oar
: weekend. They visited Horace with a program featuring. : Presented by the 5th and 6th Doyle. and ITMllkaRAABE
.. I at all aerYlces. Sunday che- ii I.
a DouglaA In the Lake City Congressman Dilly Matthews grade the program will atari
t i hospital Saturday afternoon. dub: Sunday School. 9:45: a., = =
E : 1the principal speaker.The Master Masons at 7:43:' p.m.. and admission Plastle Notebook IJJ at the. o1f'r
: PRINCESS DIAMOND Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams in. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. night
; :1 ; supper'will will toe 3 1 cents for schoolchildren Slk. riowl
I end Nona were in Way. Tialning Union, 6:18: p. m. be followed by a dross Set Dinner and :SO cents for 'tel..raph.or. .
= i cross Ga. over the weekend Evening Worship 1:30: p. m. und talent show and selectionof \Iults. Uhci- ?_ .=.-. .."::::..-=
RINGS TIE TACKS Saturday NightAll .rn---...
_) -.v
Weviriesday Night
visiting (Mr. and Mrs. Charles Family a junior Centennial, king The operetta was directed : S51E'SToS ToMtOtiKTrH -.a 50q._

McQualg and family. and Midweek Worship starting and queen. The junior royalty Master Masons and by Mrs. Bethna Rute and Ed.ward : : ritTITlnla SNeCk. ,... etH S !IIIma .

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Preston: of at 6:30: ( p. m. ComIng event: will be chosen from contentent.i their wives' are Invited to attend Magee. with, musical coordination Is hereby .1.l .n that \.. \ --_s.e.c...,

Mncon, da. 'were recent guests. Dally Bible School. June 7-18 between the ages of 7 a Master Masons Dinner by Mm. Carol"IICanova. I \l.lon the' underirfrned of Chapter, under COlIC the'l.wof pro-- I".r: :::: :': a.s, a .-...-...
.. of Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips Rfv. FeWer L. Rowan ahd, 14. Masonic "".Id.. Art nt U4I.: will Iss.Jt
and Decree in the
., .., _. w..ass
) Jr. pastor. 'Th. Centennial Queen will Th. 5th and 11th r ,1.; with the clerk of the ,.. ... .
hall Saturday nlaht. May 22 grades I (Court In snd for Hn l- 0St
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining be, selected Saturday from 19 The dinner will start at 6:30: hope to earn money for educational ferd. County, FlorMa. ., uix>n .. Lt!&::. -a es.w -
after FIRST BAPTIST pll .., proof of punlh. >atlo. efl
returned Tuesday a rbfutestanta! competing at 8 and
p. school
and the Master's Decree will purpones itt. .. .. ..
nnl. lb. '"10" n.m.
; ,''/Week visit with Mr. and Mra. _, CHURCH STARKE m.v" In the Waldo Junior High be conferred at 7:45.: activities from the proceed. of UU\I'P'O'tU' KL.: ,,:.TltlC. tin, MARY
touts Yanrey Jr. and Mr. and Hehwol aitdttortiun. Queen contestants d..r whk-h *. are ens:.sed In CARTER
'MM. HolllA and Sermon topics for S unday i "' ..._.. si sic rca: Call St.t.rk. .
family ioWl.lof
Hope will In
a $14.95 $7.95Up appear $ rl.
: Up I In Atlanta Ga. They attended May 23. MornlnK Conquering the pout. Civil War era. and Rape Charges fOllowing a preliminary hear-' ls'.li.' rtordon Johfle.n. nt ,1 1

the wedding of T. T. Long Jr. Faith (Mark 2:1-131.: vflll be chonnn. on the baits of Are Dismissed Inn before County Judge T, II..X tic ..tsri.. r,... and M"rt < PAINTS
Evening A ChTlatlan'a Response ,1. Leonard lIar.1
to Miss Karen Stone in C vlagton talent as well as beauty. A. Yawn la. t Friday. Dean, >ell. ., Khtrahome Naswortlw.. .
I II ery "lurld.1 i ipartners
to Persecution I Phone 964-8201
Ga. on Saturday night.Itnrout. Sunday Centennial event Charge of rape again had been chanted with .*- '
Our Own Brand NameWtttclles I Peter 3:11-391.: : Worship wrv.I i learnt this ISIS day .., :May
home visited I wlU !gaultlng an 18-yrar-old Rl'naNI.'II1'O '
they include
special morning I Jesse U.yeAr-old t
: I Ices. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Dean LA. I'. un! at "taii.. Bradford 353 N. Temple AT*.
,, Mr. and ..l\fre. Proctor Snow In worship services In the IK'hooll I Starke Nt trJ'O. were dismissed! girl. Cuta"" .'Iorl... "/i'> 4trh 4/18 I
Dublin. CM.MM. Sunday School. 9:46: a. m.

Walla Lipsey returned 'Training Union 6:15: p. m. I
Wednesday! Family NlghC
Murutay after three weeks
visit with MM. O. C. Hodge Supper, 6:15.: Prayer Meeting COIN SHOW MAY 22232nd
7 7 .
7 Jewell Only $16.95 iti Tall aIiase. p. in.Methodist
Everett Sulano of Metros
find Mra. BernIce Brewer of Church Annual Gainesville) Coin Show will be held at Terwillegar Motors

Palatka are av\rt\ patient, in 'University Inn 10-10 Saturday, 1-6 Sunday. Free
17 Jewell Schedule! for the week, :
$29.95 the Starke Nursing Home.
I' admission and coin appraisals. Dealers from
Local admittances to Brad Friday Brownie Troop
: GuanuitetHJ 2 Yearn Up ford County Hospital this 604 mceU. 3:15.: throughout South. Free drawings for silver dollars .

.week include. : Mrs. Louise Sunday Breakfast for : and a 15 gold piere. Trophies for oldest U_ .

Tenly Mrs. Ruth Lee R. C.Crew. .' graduating Seniors in Fellowship and foreign coins, lightest & heaviest coins. Bourse SERVICE
BILLFOLDS AND BIBLES .. Hurry Chesaer, Mrs[ Hall. 9 a. m. Church
bulsy' Thomas, Mr Minnie &'h001. 9:45.: Morning Wor- ..tahlu. Everyone. invited.

: NAME IN GOLD FREE fe Red r"ve, and Mrs. Irene' ship. 11 Oalnwllle District

tlrook.4! all of Stark: Mrs. Wealeynn Service Guild

Carolyn TeUtone of Brocket: Coaching Conference, 2 p. m.

For Boy or Girl Afr*. Alva Werre and Dean Mama Priest Kindergarten ; .; ___

a Oriffl of Lako Butler; Ernest! graduation exercises: in sanctuary -
Van Netta of Melroae' : Mrs. 2:30.: Snack Supper for PAINT

Cameras & Radios I Mary Lou Tarbrough) of Ralfi MYF, 8 p. m. Youth meeting R F U L.L P R I ICE

rd; Paul Norman of Law. 11:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: BeautifiesProtects .
ley: and Jack Lefever of Monday Olrl Scout Troop S

Graham. flOtf( meets" 3:30.: OLrl Scout .49'CHEV.
See The New Mrs. J. C. HarreU of Miami Troop 607 meets 4:30.: .. FORD .

Is visiting her sister. Mn. Tuesday Cub Scopt PowWow 1
Norelco Carry Corder Henrietta' Hunt. In cityparking ]lot behind .. Preserves,, 8

Mr. and Mrs. John Torode church. 5::30. .

It's And family are moving into Wednesday Junior Choir 1 Our expert paint, _
New Exciting their nW home on Brownie practice' 4 p. m. Prayer Meet Job with BLP I'aintj CARS

; road today. ing. 7:30.: I will, ,protect your
Entirely Different Churll Sawyer was In St. Thurs., May 37 Chancel home from the elements
Vincents! Hospital: from Sun. Choir rehearsal.) 7:30.:
: :: Hi Fi Quality In A Pocket Size day to Tuesday for oral sur- I and cat _

:tery.Cal.. F1UHT rnr.SRYTERIANciirnm: : down on maintenance.

: Recorder I and Mrs. T. T. Long Call us for _ a1 OIL FILTERS

and Mr. and Mm. T. It. Blade I Free Estimate.JosephA.. ,
; ; Layaway. the Gift of your Choice Early-Diamond spent the weekend \in Coving- Schedule for the week atari- _
tag :May :23: I I
Saving Stamps Given With Every Purchase.
ton Ga. where they" attended
the wedding of T. T. long Jr. Hunday Sunday School.i:43 Boyer cN"
r : a m. JIOI'Iri.Vonhlp.. $
to :Miss! Karen Stone on Saturday ;
ev.edng.Mary 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship. Sp.m. 1'alnting Contractor-961Wm. &.-I3S%

; $2a19
8ullingtonlsSTUDIO i Alvarez and Mr*. Ruby. Tuesday CommnnlcantaClan
Dnhnke of Raiford are patients 7 Jackson
I in Doctor' Hospital. 3sa: pat.WdCitiiy Women of I I With

: Mr. and Mrs. N. A. DUtch HIP Paint Dealer -964-4001
: & GIFT SHOP ,I of Venlc were Monday overnight the 7:3O: Church OC'nnalrutin&: ', Oil Change wu .

guest! of Mr. and M..... p.m. a.___ -. .---. p
Th"nd4YChoir Practice ---- -------
C. J, lIoupt.I .
I 1.30; p.m.

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I New Officers I High School PTA Senior Citizens -

I e. Installed By r Hears Principal Have SupperFifty

Discuss New Laws *
members of the Bradford -

tya Mrs. J A Orlt n. Immediate County Senior Citizens
The Bradford High School
: i ..Jo'ntf! the Club sod. their enjoyed
MOOTY pa guests
GLADYS tvstl i PTA held Its rlnal meeting of
Starke Wo.... i Club, installed a covered. dish supper at their
the year and Installation of of-
Phone 964-OK51 the newers of the meeting last week ppreolj-:!
r.r tli' .
ei B on Tuolay evening in
Little \Vonu'n'aILIJ: : at their I liar" was txpreisfcil! to Mr.and t
th> ufeterU.Mr
final\ of the Monday Mrs. Robert Barkadal for y
meeting; year
: .
J l n. Warren pre l-
r !night. entertaining the entire club
Mrs. CarrieVard f'e'ont
presided over the meet-
+ Preceding the installation.Mrs i membership at a movie in the.
lieu and t Chaplain Norman Rod- '
1gk Is Honor Guest Crirnn told! the girls thata d'ntr' gave the devotional It Florida Theatre.
club la like .vhloh A will be held Tuesday .
: a garden picnic
On Birthday "' ni voted' that next year
will glow with beauty if .low 'HIM' ''t' will be only four meeting May 23, at the home of
ers of service are plantea mil :!p Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hanson.'
Mrs Carrie Ward was delightfully ", two the first semester
It cultivated but which will wither and All cars will meat at the Key
surprised: with a 'N two the Mocon.l semester
and turn brown and useless atone heights! Reach at 11 a.
r birthday party given In her it' M pm. Two ot the meetmire -
if neglected. As the officers m. and from there to
na.v proceed
honor Satutday. evening at the ]i ( "will", be "itaik to School"eights
.1' were installed, each< was the Hansons'' for a day of .fun
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. '
Fancher Jr. on Ralford: road presented with the iml, dual. .-........ n__ __ __ Connie Clark, principal, helda In the nun.

Arrangements of mixed flower symbolizing her office question and answer discussion ...
rS 's.r which was placed in a vane Barbara Jane McKinney Weds Beta Phi
spring flowers were used in a r \ on the federal regulationson Sigma
-:' for continuing growing; and Allen Ellison In the status of the civil
the party rooms for the occasion ." cultivation. The outgoing officers Madison St. ChurchThe
lights ciimpllunce form Beta Sigma Phi sorority

The refreshment table In to the presented their flowers Madison Street! Baptist i The bouffant skirt of lies The following officers were will hold Its last meeting; .bebore >

the dining! room was covered I the ones taking their placein Church was the setting on t 11'< is Wept\ into a thiip) 1 (lain Irmtalletl by Mm. Charles A. < the summer vacation, ,at
tanilnic; ytbr. Ta.imj- l>iu'by. pant president. and Installing the home of Mr*. Ralph Bryan
Saturday 8, for
with a w;cite llnpn cloth and In the May a lovely uivt fi-uturoU a full aprunslmprd -
1 centered with a low arrangement part Marian ceremony were, manure. ceremony uniting I oversklit. of sltvercatpiKnniik officer: Mrs V. J. on Mast Call Street Miy: .21.
of white'! orchids and: I president Cern Green; vice. Miss Biubara Juno McKinney:: : cdntxlvltli l lace' Her Siwnitler, president; Mrt. I"l Mrs, Jamo BlooUworth will I
Mooty; recording daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bu veil l U. Puncher Jr., vice president... ; serve in o-hosteis. '
yellow rosebuds and flankedby was: made of two-tler poufof
two white candles in silver I Rose Marie Starling Wayne A. Farr ; secretary, Lee Darby, Linda; corresponding ford McKlniu-y of Starke ani:! sheer Illusion attached to. a Mrs It. K.: Patterson.. Jr. secretary Sorority meetings will resume I

holders. At one end of the Wed In Beautiful Home Ceremony Rue Rosier;secretary and treasurer, Allen Ellison, ROD of Mr. and forward: cup of pears and. Ir- ; anti :Mrs. Sherrod In September. i

r DuncanHutchesonMr. table was a crystal punch Martha Bolllnger. Mrs. V O Ellison of Lresbuig. ruiesoent.i! forming an open I Hamilton, treasurer.

bowl with sweet peas at the Mr. and Mrs. Volley Starling j held a nose length, bouffant Miss Green presented the I The double ring ceremony was n..),,"or. She carded a. bouquet.

and Mrs Roy* Duncanof :: base and at the other end 'was announce the marriage nylon velL She carried a baby outgoingpresident! with a i performed at four o'clock In of white carnations with an

Mlcanopy announce the a birthday cake topped with a of their daughter Rose Ma- blue carnation cascade arrangement gift of appreciation from the I the afternoon by Rev Folder orrhld In the center

approaching marrUir of their purple orchid: and decoratedwith lie. to Wayne A. Farr son of I with blue net club members aiI I gi', s were: Rowan. The bride had as attendants' i
daughter Ann. to Bobby LHutcheaon. sugar bells in yellow and Mr. and Mra. Alvin Farr, all puffs. also presented to the senlot The church was decoratedwith her, sister\ Miss ("IlrOlynIe.! r

son of Mr and green At. the base of the cake of Starke, which took place AlvIn Farr served his son as club sponsor( Mrs. F, W. palms and arrangementsof i Kinney, mild of honor, and I II

Mrs.\ Buford L. Hutcheson of was a yellow ruffle Interspersed -Friday evening April 30 at best man. Strickland and Mis. H. H white bridal flowers, flank- I Miss' Alice Raulornon bridesmaid -

I Starke. with sweet. peas. Mrs. LouIse I 8.30: p. m, at the Kingsley' Mrs. Starling chose' for her Adams. .ri by matching candelabra They wore floor 'length I I RADIANT

Miss Duncan Is a graduate Kite presided' at the punchbowl Lake home of the bride's par daughter's "wedding a street Before! the U'.ulallaluM Mix holding lighted tapers MipUal! !gowns of pink and red latin ; ,

of Gainesville High School ', and serving cake were ents. Rev. Roman Alvarez performed length blue dress with lace Strickland heard the annual music was. provided by Mrs\ with matching veils and carried 'It diamond I

and is employed as a part- !Mrs David Montgomery andMrs. the nuptial. top and matching accessories report. from officers andcommltt.e L A. Canova. 'I bouquets of carnations In ring byAVAILABLE II II I

1 time secretary with the Salvation Hank Oreen. Centering Mrs Roman Alvarez sang and with this she wore a pink chairmen and reviewed Given In mart'lag) by her'; tin" name color I

Army. Mr.\ Hutcheaon the buffet was a beautiful bird "The Lord's Prayer" to recorded i carnation corsage. the accomplishments of father, the bride was attired' Robert) Pinker of Savannah I

graduated from Bradford tree with red rosebud lights. music. Mrs Farr mother of the the club during the past year. In a floor length gown with J' (ii. nrrvrd Mr Flllwn: ns brit t

High School, and la nerving When Mrs. Ward enteredthe The nuptials "were performed I groom was attired In a beige I i Their project of renovatingthe ': a lace and orgnnr.n man while Peter Perry of ea t+ +rRUr?

with the 2nd Infantry Division home the truest sang before the fireplace which linen street length dress with powder room of the club ?frnturtng a nqnare scalloped Aicadta served" -. as u!
at Ft. Bennlrur. Oa. "Happy Birthday" I was flanked by: two pedestal matching accessories and had, !been completed neckline accented with trl- I Debbie Ryal, the bride's

A June wedding is planned.ReamsSheffield One hundred and twenty baskets of white gladioli, wore a yellow carnation cor Mlas Strickland reoofnlaed) descent, nd calla Illy sleeves cousin, made a charming little --

guests were Invited to call between mums and snapdragons witha the new prospective members flower gill ss the strewed rose

the hours 7:30: to 9 o' kneeling<< bench in the center sage.A' reception Immediately and. lh. mothers pienent. Mrs I petals In the. aisle l l. ,

clock. The mantel held a garland followed' the wedding also at : II. O. Bolllnger, win introduced Stork ShowerFor Daniel McKinney, the E rUXt: GOLD. :

Mra. Vaasie HemptUll announce of fern and two three- the home of the bride. The by her daughter MarthaBolllnger. Mrs. AlvarezAt bride's brother, was ring bearer v. t.

the marriage of her Mrs. Bruner Weds branch candelabra with. white bride's table was covered witha chaplain, who gave -
daughter Belinda Sheffield to tapers. white brocade satin cloth the devotion on .." Conner HomeMrs. Mtrr the ceremony, a re- '

William Paul Reams Jr., son Berry S. Johns The bride, given in marriage over white satin, with a drapeat After the Installation mem i-<" Mon' wu held In the church $$49.95 -$99.95-$ $$499.95:

of Mr. and Mrs. Reams Sr. by her father, was )lovely In a the front of the cloth ben and guests were Invited Owen Alvarez Jr. Well: i riucatlonal building where
Th. of Mrs( Carl-
all of Starke. marriage street length gown of angel caught up with wedding bells into the sunroom where refreshments honored at a lovely stork the receiving line was com-
ton Bruner Jr. of Orange' Parkto I' I
The wedding took place at akin taffeta with.. a bell shaped and long satin ribbons. Centering were served from shower Saturday evening at pried:! of parents of the bride

the home of the bride, 210 R.Adklns Berry S. Johns of Jacksonville skirt that. was divided in the table was a beautiful an attractively appointed ta the. home of Mra. Lucian Conner need groom and members of $999.95

Street, on Friday evening is announced by the front into a simulated over- three-tier wedding cake ble. The table .was covered on E. Call Street. Ilosteaars th" hrl

    at 7:30: o'clock with Rev the bride's sister Mrs Paul A. skirt. It had a sweetheart. topped t by a bride and groom. with an Imported white cutwork with Mrs Conner were Mr.. Ml. Vicki McKinney cut. ..

    A. E. Sparks performing the Williams of Washington DC. neckline and long sleeves thai. Flanking the cake were silver clot ,and centered with F L. Watterson. Mrs. Wayne the thrre-tlrred wielding rake,

    nuptials. The couple was attended The ceremony took place onMay i tapered<< to calla Illy point. al. candle holders. with white. tap- a fan-.hapeJ a.'.angomont! if tl.rp.: Mrs> 11 M\ Mcltae Mrs while Mis Diana McKlnnpy Or Any Price In Between
    2 In
    b the brtd,,'. brother. the Springfield the wrisU 'The wide waistbandwas era and silver compotes held pink aumneor10\\<...*. Linda Alvin Fur Mrs Woodrow and MU Carol Jean Cox lerv

    J. B. iirphy.' and Miss Susan Methodist Church In JackMntWile trimmed in seed pearls !nuts mints and sheet<< cakes. Use Router presided. : at joints M. James Starling ed at the punch table Miss' WIIATKVKIt: THICK. YOU WISH TO PAY YOU
    with Rev. Paul Touchton .
    McCbmls.Mra Her crown was of seed pearls The punch table was covered silver punch bowl end was. assisted Mis Hugh Hudson. Mrs. J. KBulllngton .! Patricia Wynn kept. the bride's WII.I. KIND -. ,.

    Reams Is employed at officiating and crystal and had a bouffant with a white satin cloth in serving ty Harriet and Mrs. It U. I

    Big Dad Manufacturing; Co. | Mrs.Th. couple was Penan attended and Fox by veil of Illusion She worea with a white organdy over- Loudon and Ik'le,! Hue Collln.-r.., bookTim bilde's mother chose QUALITY DIAMONDS :
    and Mr. Reams is employedwith single strand of pearls, a aklrt. Centering the table was Barksiiale, hostesses for the Potr Wayne Rapp and Mrs for her dauuhltr's wedding a I

    Jimmy Moor_SUM.Sparta. I Bowman. Following a trip toWashington : gift of the groom and carrieda a crystal bowl around, which: evening. Crystal oumpntea end;i Alvarez Jr greeted guests> atths'dooi1 street length, lwo-y)lece suit
    } IX C. Mr. and '' And Terms To Fit Your Budget At ;
    : cascade bouquet of whit) was a garland of blue roses, t.nvhoekJ: pink'and' white ; .nl.Mrs.. Bulllngton of blue. accented' with a corsage '
    Mrs. Johns at home at
    SmorsgabordA are carnations, stephanotis and satin bow. and streamers. cake squares.. open face sandwiches kept the guest book. of pink carnations.Afrs. .
    7823 Paul Jones Drive Jack-
    sprays of Ivy with white net The bride's book table was nuts and mints. The refreshment table was Elllnon, mother of the

    8mOn .bord. ',Sponsored sonville. puffs and streamers, tied In covered with a white.. organdy covered with a pink chiffon bridegroom, chose a street. ;

    by St. Edward's Altar Society lovers knots cloth over white satin and cloth over pink taffeta and length. one-plct'e dress. of pink, Bullingfon's.

    will be held in the pariah hall Altar Society Miss Carol Farr sister of held an arransement of roses,/ Youth RetreatAt centered with. blue and white accented with a corsage of

    on Saturday. May 22. from 11 the groom served! as maid of ft'mand blue satin streamers. Gold Head carnation arrangement In a pink carnations.
    a.m. to 1 pm. and from 9 to St. Edward Altar Society' honor and only attendant in Also on the table was a three, musical cradle, which was given After a short. tour to On. And Remember' Your Diamond Solving Hlumpf Wilt

    7 pm. Adults f 1.23h ehUdren held It.last anal meeting of the''I. I a short sheath dress of blue branch crystal candle holder Th First Christian Church to the honoree at the end trill Florida the couple will I'ruruibly, Alak*' the Down .Payment. :

    79 cents Prise winners will year Thursday and ideas eveningMany nylon organza over taffeta with burning tapers. I held a Youth Retreat at. Oold of the party A crystal punchbowl rrslde In Jacksonville

    be announced at this time, and plans were which was enhanced by a Mra. Owen Alvarez Jr, cut Head Branch on Saturday was at one end of the j
    discussed the coming
    names will be posted In Barks* will be circular ov.raklrf..tltnl'd in the bride's cake and assisting. : from 10:30: a,, m. to 8 p. m. table. and crystal trays held
    Meetings resumed '
    dale's store on Monday. year front with a blue bow. Shortsleeves In serving! were Mrs. Joel Attending were Iyouths assorted sweet. cakes sandwiches
    next September.WiLLIAMS Mrs Roscoe Bullington I and nuts Miss Carol
    and a boat neckline Jackson from the Stalk* Christian
    enhanced the fitted bodice and Mr.. Roman Alvarei Ctnircft ani IS fr'm the WestSide Farr presided at the punch

    a Her blue headpiece of nylon Following the reception' the )I < Christian Church. Osln- bowl. On the buffet was a Terwillegar Motors

    orlnM... trimmed with couple left on a wedding trip I eavllle Serving as chaperoneswere large stork, flanked by crystal.

    JEWKLitY pearls and rhinestones and to South Florida. The bride Mr. and Mrs. Charles holders with blue tapers"
    The gifts on display In
    chose for traveling a three Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Sam were
    OFFERS YOU AHETTEK piece white suit with.. pink silk two bedrooms and the host
    Martin, and Mrs Virgil Jor-
    11UY .JUN blouse. complemented with an I esM-s presented the honoreewith .
    i Miss Roark Weds orchid corsage dan. a stroller as a memento

    A Fine Watch Tommy Harvey The bride Is a Rips lMi I During the. day the group of the occsalon NEW CARS

    graduate and Is employed at enjoyed softball, swimming, One hundred guests' were

    I For The Graduate Mr and Mrw. II. W. Roark B f A 0 Motors In Oslnesville I and evening veatera, They had i' Invited to' call between. 7.30: 30 30

    %_ announce the marriage of The groom is a BIW IM3 and fl o eknkNotebooks.
    a picnic lunch at noon and a AND TRUCKS
    their. d.u.*lter. Patsy. KUtne. graduate and is employed at. .
    si the
    Plastic" 12.20
    welner roast at time
    to MschiaUt. Mate Tommy the Bradford Barber Shop In l supper .
    Harvey on Friday. evening fltarke They are residing atl. Tries rs ph.

    May T' 121 Thomas Street In Starker I Ir

    I The doubls-rtrur ceremony TO SELECT FROM!
    wits performed. by candlelightat
    the home of the bride by r DKG Observes

    the Rev 8. e:. Sparks of Air i
    save enough
    park Baptist CH.rch., A large Anniversary

    arch of pink and white earnttons .- I II .
    I Tn :.Win anniversary of for? 3 I i
    o>mrate room, and UM cobra were ispest.d -j s
    i I founding was celebrated May
    \ of I
    :? InIouq..t. pink college. %
    + 1by Alph Nu Chapter at ..
    and white gladioli. |,
    FAMOUS: rsk a ship Hall. First Methodist
    :.MA\ KrX: Given in sue-rUge by her Church In Msectonny
    father the brIM wore a white
    JUG SELETIOFrom : : The flret chapter of l>*lts
    twoptoce lace mull with a
    Kappa Gamma. 'Internationalhonor
    light blue half-crown hat Her _let,. for women edo.
    $$19.95 corsage was of white carnaJona r.tors wan toond t tot Austin. HAVE THE

    Texas on May It, 129 Thereare .
    Mr Harvey. Is the son of
    Grand Gift for a Grand ftrad! A Watch from our Mr and )1,.. Harvey of Atlanta now 2.000 chapters with CASH ;
    a membership of T3.00O.:
    Handsome. I.ow-1'rictd. Group.; Oa.
    A playlet candlelight hon
    Mrs. Roark. mother of the oringthe. society's founders FOR 4I I r
    bride wore a light green linen ,
    I GRADUATESm- was ander the direction of Mrs
    dress with a corsage of white
    J. K. Jsson k.
    UE CARRY A Fm.I.I.IE OK IIIIS JEW; carnaCkma.: The bride's grandmother Mrs, A. R. Norman, chapter -
    Mrs Rosen !>>al! of
    I ELKY-CLXSS RINGS prtilrtvnt, presided. over
    Hampton wore a two-piece j the btulnvM/ meeting Rofrrah-' Vi'ttL TOO n ,ABU: to open up a Letter future t" tyour DISCOUNTOH
    dark green suit, with a cor} J
    sage of pink ro ea. Mrs. Harvey m.nts were served by UieMscclenny child? With more Job opportunities, higher

    SPECIALS COSTUME mother of the groom wasdr members. incccne, better living standards A allege: > : de.gre.Is .

    ....d in light Wee and .hercorsage itarke Members were Mrs attending Edna Hart from \ the key..t a costly one.Mak ) .

    Reg. S7.95Watch : JEWELRY was of pink carnatkms. Mrs. P. T. Nona. :Mrs J. F, iur
    Bands The bride I I. a graduate of Mitchell Jr. :Mrs A. R. Normaa. -a little at a Urns !In a safe profitabU
    We hare a large selection :Mrs. .L. A. Canova. Miss
    Bradford County High AehooL, Account: her. Even earn enough la P;+:/ tut UK
    Reba Btamea. Miss Delia Ro-
    t of CoNlnme
    gS'4.00R After a two-day honeymoon snbrg.' and Mrs Warren Lot .eu'. tuition- /,<./ 1965 DemonstratorsONLY
    Jewelry in all Price I tn Bt Asguvtlne. the couple WbihUr.St. .
    .Is rcsfcftn? la Stark

    TT. 3.95 .AIDotor. many I{ ltIr"S, many e Gift e oar for I First Federal Savings and Loan

    Sullivan Reunion Edward's PicnicGrade
    Watch Bands 3-100 GUARANTEE
    both bo,. and girl.*. L

    :Mr and Mrs., Cleveland& SulUvsa school students of St.
    52.00Charm USE" OUR" LAYAWAY elebraU4' their both i Edward's Church enjoyed a Association of Starke

    wedding anniversary on Bandy. swimming party and picnU at

    Bracelet' TODAY! :May 1. at thaw. home la] UM Hampton Lake resVlawe 21H S.TE3H'LE I'll ON K: USED CARS PRICED
    Engraving Free Thereasa with a family reaalon of ),fr. and Mrs Francis :Meag
    and picnic dinner. under the supervision of the AVE. 961.01)1)| :; A 1

    Enjoying- affair were .2\\, atstvra and s-rrwral of OM par. -
    JEWELRY members of the famJltea at.Leading. -: ents. Father Thomas Kelly,
    j 11 pastor, was also present
    ''tillI -




    Officials' r many of whose members are and King was Danny-r-Mc- John Jr., son of Mr and Joseph. Lucas an:]! family The nalcl romplHlnt will t". taN.u necnnf.eoesi
    Ask l
    Boost Ity you
    Salary not residents of Florida and 1 Teachers Pay If Qualg. Mrs. John Waters was able ta II Noa left Mayport Monday for Thin nothf ahull I'f published -

    I who are not entitled to any A speech was made during'.I returns to Tils home last week: four months foreign duty.SOIKK .onu ...rh week for Bradford r.nnnnanutlv '
    In the
    Still A vice In its affairs. I [Continued From" Page One] continue to Increase the mlllI the evening by Jim McQuaig. from "Bradford. ; County Hos-. I < i iiiintv' : wrrk.Tolmranli.JiHttxl .

    Question The proposed legislation I age to adequately finance, the I president of the Junior class., nlfal. I Iff I..:(.l.+r.tTIO\ this Uin>> day ol May.I,
    Board to increases
    would set the salary of the grant: the pay I school system. In connectionI Music for the prom was furnished !I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkin- TO \\ IIO.M I IT MAY l'JII.1) I Ienr! .

    (Continued From Page One] i ter as released lost Thursday other full time elected; county I is contingent upon I with that proposal approximately by The Chantels, Refreshments -IlIOn and children of Jackson- .'IKV! Xotl'f,. In hfrt-hy gltonof .. UII.(.t,1atI.ER) : .V DAUBVi .
    several factors The $80.000 is f )Intintlon, ,to uppl. to 'tin. inn.: : ,.. ,' '.lIrt
    1! by Judge Yawn: officials at $8500.00. and. under 120 teachers: signed a were' served during I fvlllc visited Friday with Mr H.."..,li."n of 'lh.. fhirlila': I.eNl.ts- I Ii 't '> i ir' "d
    public his findings.At I We strongly protest the use threat of disaccredltatlon supposed according to Superintendent II statement commending Tax: the evening. After the prom and llrsi. Drew Wilkinson. I turf fur .pHnnnifv ..r ail .a..t r'1 Uy iii JI""I"10" 311'U..uH." ): <'l<-rk

    a pr-l.8lslatlve hearing of the threat fo dts-acciedl- of our schools by the Association II Tom Casey to' come Assessor Oene Long for his Mr. and Mrs: Dave Coverdale 1 Mfr: ''and Mrs. Buck Rowe of f> !I .liltlnic Xuiborlly, ,t." Elie iimwndtnir Hnwraiim-f.. ,lhapt RU" "i iI r se It A. I inAUTO ,

    on proposed! local legislation tatlon of our schools by the I would set the superin through an increase in thechol's j efforts to improve the coun- 1 entertained! the group at their Xlacclenny; l\fr and :Mrs. ;;;.70Q, Chapfrr JiT"> aim, ,,
    Sen. Johns told Supt. Casey I ( share of the race I home. ( fJlenn:Shuford of and 'haptHr. HI-015. l I.iwa olFloildn. l
    unofficial.!: non-taxpaylng tendent's salary at 1070000. .j ty's tax situation by raising: ,Lawtey. : l <..<
    by provlilInKHddltliinul
    that he didnt feel that any Southern Association of Colleges -I We feel that this is discriminatory track funds an additional millto assessments. I I Avinger Appreciation Day I Mr and Mrs. BudJy ,liradI puw'I,'.. .and dot I... I r

    one public official should drawa and Schools as the basisfor : I and unfair and i 18 a the levied on county real That the School :oaid will be' heM at Baldwin High I', shaw attended a horse show uuih'TUInir and\ onipawxrin, I.
    estate and personal property akin .authority, through" rte trot
    larger salary than any other School Friday' May 21. In Jacksonville Saturday
    I legislation setting the concession to the standards realistically make an effortto gym y' i?rn In if board! to l.\y and. a..e.r
    elected official in the county. I| salary of the Superintendent I prescribed by the Association.If tax. money the county is expecting meet needs for materials i at 8 P.' m. Everyone Is Invitedto night '''x.... 'lo aniulriuroiuTt\ ) I lit,

    Content Of Letter 2200.00 higher than that proposed this standard Is to be followed from the federal government I buildings equipment books attend the talent show and I Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw ofi I and fttilni-nt, vmpoworlnv. fl'.maln\ Maid nuthorUlnn authorlt., .. \
    under the new I I
    Following is text of the let- for other elected county the superintendent'ssalary poverty I maintenance and transporta square dance. parade win be i Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs.. to .IHHUA tiotvi and bonds, pr. 1
    I officials. Tills is a form of /, can be raised each time program, and a million'I tlon. I held Friday afternoon when I 1 Buddy Bradshaw and Davy I I vldlnic for >.,..Ih.n or ""..hI
    dollar bond i issue the school wnlrr' m..n..m..nt l b..1I 7yZ
    compulsion for which there it the legislature meets by the i That leave be granted to the Concert Band and InterI 1 A spent; Monday to Wednesday i i within niil'l, auihorlty. proved.
    I no legal basis and amounts to I wimple' expedient of the local board is hoping to float by ,I two( members of the BEA and I i mucllate' .Rand 'will .march" I of this week In Miami ,I' InK hat paid authority, "hnloperate .
    I using race track: monies over l lr Cliaiitt-r :all
    I a substitution of the AsIIoclaI school board raisin the the next twenty years. I. one member of BCTA to Attend through town' ; : bits. fray 'PelTum of Jacksonville Klurlrtil 1 l laluti'n, with .-.ta)..
    I tion's Standards for the freewill I salary of a member of the administrative School Board meetings torepresent MissDebbie, Smith of Baldwin and 'Mrs. Vince Tay- **n,. "Pii MI.: providing if
    I staff of a "But the key to our financial I and Pebbl*Rufuse entertained tor' spent Wednesday f. or :
    I of the legislature. In a the teachers, or that ', Tuesday and"t" e \ .1. Thidii.. -
    D VrAUTOv SUPPLY INC, recent press release you pointed I principal to a point higher situation now Supt Casey ; Board meetings be held at'' at 8 :lftY"P'rlLfay nfght 'of last week. In ,'plor1 Jr. Hind ford Tuunty
    UN.PENS HARDWARE ANIV SUPPIYft than that of the says. "Is the proposed bond home of : "Mrs. 1 I ? I! It 32'
    out that under the stand- I superintendent I night so interested teachers ,, at the Mr. And enre. S. < : I
    1 ards of the Southern Association I and then threatening I issue for the school' When we I can attend 1 i O. J. Hafuse. dames were I|: B. F. Coleman of Jackson- I _

    of Colleges and Schools, risk of disaccredltatlon by the I I know more about that wellb -A proposal for a systemof played and refreshments were I I I vtlle visited Saturday wlth his 'YESNAM! yeuZ( fIA10W

    j i salaries paid to Superintendents I Association unless the super I able to plan better." The I payroll deduction for pro-'1 served/Besides! Debbie several mother, Mrs. F." B. Coleman orn( Irmll.M Court tn I. KHMIn :llrnrfrorilUBlr. : I' ( I6UAi( [AKK FVfrfglkl

    I I shall be at a higher rate intendent's salary Is raised to I II holdup Is a special bill which fexslonal( du8. other quests! from Baldwin attended Mrs. R. T. Williams and (... KlnrlilHt. In I Na.e.r.,..

    than that paid to principals or a level l higher than that of the must be pawed by the Legislature : That the School Board the pnrty.' Winds of Starke and Mrs. i, ( ilrirru.tie"" Nn' IMalntirf.ta-aat 1 .v. I When. we lubricate your

    other members; of the Administrative highest paid employee In the to allow the money to wholeheartedly support lOa I Mrs. Henry Carter spent the Dare Coverdale visited Sunday Fran-so irlfri.*.. Itof car wa, diriible! clerk every
    I school this not be tied: : up. In Mrs. with .nlint4iTWK. grease fitting to see that It
    staff, and that failure system. Is a per cent assessment! weekend Starke with art rnon Mrs. F. B. Cole-
    to comply 'with the AseociaLion's vlolous cycle? Where will It In addition to the pay raise: -That the School Board I Effle Johns.Friends I! man. I :\ Vlrnl"TO API'KAIiTo Fntin-o:' llilffli"Kindnaw N properly| IlIhri;-tr..l. Try

    I, standards with respect; end? How much more of it the teachers also approved six attempt to /get the state legislature of Everett :Manningwill j Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman Mkhi IIH once and you'll never!'
    will the condone? other resolutions to be presented Interested to know that ,i I Vim are hereby n"1 1t1 I111..1'' he satisfied. with l has.
    people be ( ( ,
    | to the Superintendent's salary to do more than It is' and daughters were Sun- | it .nit fr Hlvori. has l 1"01'i' I
    would be to risk dUaccredlta-' We submit that no pilvate,.: to !the School' Board: doing for the field of educa- he has reumed to hU home In; day !dinner guests of :Mr. and I i I riled\ ..*,ln..t you .In the ..1..0"n"ln..d ..

    r tion o( local schools. By what group or organization should That the School Board tion. Clay Hill after being a patient Mrs Ellis Olddens and family I rviilt.:|.,u.t'' . .,Mvrvt.umand' H y opjl '.nar PRESCOTTShell

    authority does this Association be permitted to prescribe I in a Green Cove hospital. of Jacksonville.
    say to the legislature of : standards for Florida schools. through the Development Mrs. Randolph Crosby vWt. Sunday visitors of Mr. an:!! tin Uiornvy* .i.implalni. Hun. i d n, ,,11.P! : il I.'UHtarke. :i Ii III',,.u, .

    Florida in effect, that your' This la a proper governmental Lawtey Firemen Commlwlon. ed in Clay Hill Saturday Mrs. Buford Hlglnbotham: I KlorMn and fli. thiirlnnl ,'' Service

    ft Mtf., mciAwnt, Schools will be dloaccredlted function and duty which ;, Jack: Paine told how a volunteer -I aftetnoon with Everett Manning ,i and grandchildren Mr In the ifflm.. ..r ,the, Clrrk! 210 8. TEMPLE: AVE.
    firI bly job}" unless you comply with our should be assumed and discharged department wait organized I',' and Mrs. E. D Hlgglnbotham of r..r,II.'J"'IIII Hi l IS''li day Court..f June on >i Ivnith ,.

    Makes No demand? By what authority I by the proper officials I Are Organized in Bostwlik In Put. Mr and Mrs :Lester Slade of and sons of Milliard, and Mr. ., .'i-%. IKIth. allegation" .r

    does, this Association prescribe of this! state who are responsible nam County a year ago and I Hampton were last Monday and Mr!*' J C IligglnbothAm'

    standards for out schools in to the people. It Is high how .It has grown to two stations night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. '.' and children of Lawtey.

    DifferenceBigLittle the first place? It Is not an time that the people of FlorIda [Continued From Pace One despite the lack of a f 1 Avory Slade and family I little Darlene Thomas,

    official organ" of this tate andis I reasserted their own control town water system. He said I I Mr. and Mrs.\. Claude Green i daughter of Mr and Mrs.

    f not responsible to the state I over the school system for aerated the city at the meeting his department utilizes 4-inch j I spent last Wednesday' with.I' Homer Thomas had the misfortune Happy Motoring

    r or to any sjrency' of the' state. I which their tax dollar pay. No( wells and a commercial shiner, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lucas ,,:''I to run her hand

    or Small The schools of Florida compile private group or association After the group endorsedthe pond In the area M a source i and family. I II I Ii I through; the washing machine

    I only a small percentageof should be permitted to abro- project, Dorko( was elected of water He stressed the need |i Susan Lucas. daughter ofI wringer at her home Sunday I
    the memershlp of this Association. gate unto Itself the authorityto president: James Waters vice- '' ,
    for havlnathe volunteers Mr and Mrs Joseph Lucas afternoon. She received 14
    We Got It The remainder of establish, standards for our president: Mrs Carol Faye" I I '
    I properly trained. was confined to her home stitches at th; Ed Fraser Hospital
    the membership comes from schools and then threaten Massey secretary; Edwin Pad- Blocker in answer to a Wednesday and Thursday of I In Macclenny. caused

    FREE ESTIMATES other southern states. By disaccredltatlon or other retrIbution Belt treasurer and Rev. Per- question from Mis. Do..ko.said t List week with a throat Infection from the. accident: ESSOSERVICE
    what authority to the people unless these standards kins chaplain.
    I a well Is hot absolutey | Rev. and Mrs R. T Williams
    I) & W AUTO from these other states par are complIod with. Marshall M. M. Jordan was.
    SIiPPLY INC necessary if there 1 h a per Mr and Mrs. Glenn Shuford family of Stark, Rev. Emery.
    4t E iROWNUE ST.. ticipate In establishing! ; stand- The matter of a salary raise elected chief of the new de- manent source of water froma ,, and chlldien of Lawtey wen I|, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger
    ards for Florida schools Is of little concern to us. We I partment '
    PHONE 94-44X1 l I permanent pond or farmers'.. Thursday night visitors of Mr North and children of Jack
    If the legislature accepts the are deeply concerned however I A committee of Mia. Mada- j'i irrigation wells. I Ii I: and :Mrs. Avery Slade and sonville. Mr and Mrs. Juhn

    UILDERS HARDWARE AND SUPP&Y I standards of this Association, by the principal Involved In t,i line Smith. Orville Bunwarn- i j i Paine 'wife. Beatrice who I II [ family North. Grandma Wcllhausen.

    without question it will amount proposing to pay us at a lesser j I fr, and Wayne Massey was| Is of the Bostwickdepartment CENTER
    I secretary
    301 E CALL ST. ,I i Debbie Smith of Baldwinwas : Mr and Mrs Dave Coverdale
    rate than another elected I appointed to write a constitution -
    to a further surrender said the aid of I
    PHONE H4 52 I I no'' [' a weekend guest of Dt>b-I!' Helen and Claude North
    official whose duties and by-laws. '
    of legislative authority to a are women is needed in ouch a bitRafusp.. Glenn Ellis and Al Stanley allen
    purely private organization more Important to the peopleof I The group also decided to 'project "mainly to raise mon-. Mr and Mis. James Wain-1 loved an outdoor dinner
    the county than those devolving hold its next meeting on Monday ( -
    She said Bottwlck's! worn
    I I ey. wrlght and children of Lawtey Sunday. The occasion was to OPENING
    us. We therefore June 14, at 7:30: m.
    p. have raised most of the .
    en visited Saturday night with celebrate! the weddln< annl-
    urge: and, stave a covered dish sup- I ,
    Announcing / /.aa, 1. That no legislation be I money on which their department :Mr. and Mrs Claude Green. veryary of Mr and Mrs John .
    per.Blocker operates \U-: and. Mrs Avory Slade North and the second birthdayof THIS WEEKEND'
    Intl'oducedhlch would resultIn said he was very
    MI'.. Doiko( pointed mt that, and family were Sunday dinner little Jefferv North.
    \ A NEW SIGN SERVICE / our being paid less than : glad to see Lawtey organize' a the department will serve an I' guests of Mr. anclom.:\ Clll'R'HEW8
    other elected county official. volunteer department and
    ... any area four miles to the north) W. M. Slade and Mrs Jessie I i, A wonderful revival was
    FOR THIS AREA \ r.J I pointed out that organizing: : and south and six: 0111to\ the.I I I Wlljln'" and children_ of Hamp- .I I held last ,,'pelt.t. ituxvillei I
    2. That legislation be considered was the most Important con- 1\ .I
    east and west 6f Lfcwtey.: 'ton
    Mr. Slade was able t. return 'South U.S301 .
    I i Biptlut Church with Rev.Emery. ; -
    which would prohibit! dition to meet In getting fat She said financing can be to his Hampton home, on
    our school] systems from delivery of a tanker truck from handled on .v. subscription or |i I Evangelist conducting
    last Tuesday from Baptist I
    Her Williamsis
    Baldwin services R. T.
    Sign Co.Across maintaining membership In the Forest Service He could I donation basis, adding however I 1 Memorial hospital In Jackisonvlllr the week'irf''lval.
    pastor. During.
    the Southern Association of give no date for delivery of that the department. |
    where he was a pa-, .
    Colleges and Schools or in th equipment however. could never refuse to lIf'rVI1| Unit for several daysMr r six new member came J. C. GARDNER 1
    IIP for baptism and a large
    From Fire Dept.( Baldwin Fla. / other such whose
    any group Prevail Informed th. group j, someone who would not be a ,
    and Mrs. Avory trlftde I attendance wa present every
    membership docs not lie of the of Belleview'svolunteer ,
    Bud Wyatt Manager and ogress! I subset iber I and children visited Sunday night. Glad to have quite 1numb..r a ,
    within the State
    wholly fire department has |I II The meeting was called by
    afternoon in Lawtey with Mr., of visitors from
    surrounding -
    the State Board of Education\ made since it bought Its first I the City Council to find if and Mrs. Glenn Shuforj and'family : churches present -- 5=r, --:. : ; ..,.. -=--
    r for some other agency of the I truck from the Forest Service : there was sufficient Interest .1 I
    A large new rug has beenidtIL'
    State Responsible to the people for f 1 before the lease '
    pro- in volunteer department
    OUTDOOR ADVERTISINGAny establishand a I We were glad to hay,, Mr. : ] be required to
    slam was started. He said the i
    and Mr. Louie Carter. Mil. vllle Baptist Church. which
    enforce standards of accreditation department now owns a $23.- I gVYVVyyyvyyymyyVyYytMAXVILLE': I /
    I drape Lung, :Mrs. Fred Lang.i 1 everyone Is very proud of. *
    Type or Size SignWe for our schools. 000 truck plus the old one *i
    '' Mr. and Mrs John Wilkinson, Bnpthm services will be held
    I and has helped the town to !
    I Edna. Blackburn Mrs. Lrlla Hunday afternoon at KlngsleyLk ; 0
    LeUer Trucks' Window. Store Fronts Second School !grow Under the present set- Mae Carter. Jimmy and CUrrncv .

    Highway Signs, Cards, etc. up however Lawtey will not ,
    By MM. A. C. SUd. I Lang all of Clay Hill David Jones, stationed aboard
    have to buy the truck it will
    Plan In Mill ; .
    ALL WORK GUARANTEED attending the revival at Max- the Noa. visited Sunday
    be leased to the
    permanently Phone 289.1191 vllle Baptist Church last week. lit! moon with :Mr\ and Mrs
    city. I
    CALL COLLECT: BALDWIN 266-9171 [Continued From Page Onel I -
    George Roberts of Wall In- ; aauuu..aau.uaau tWVE"iOPEN //\

    his new plan approved by It. mirancp/ Agency told the! SCHOOL!' NEW.H

    Bradford's initial integration group that liability and accident I The lat PTA meeting of the
    Mr. Wyatt has been in the Advertising Husiness down insurance the
    : plan was turned on men Elementary
    Mamie Jones -
    I Agnes
    7:30 tHOW* TIME 7MADMISSION :;
    23 years and was formerly with Stuckey's for 17 because it did not permit a and equipment will cost around School for this term was FLORIDAI : : 1

    years. Please stop by and visit our shop at any student "Initial" freedom of $400 per year, He! cal'f'-I I held Tuesday nUht In the J( :

    time. choice of which school he was I I fully explained however school cafctorlum. Installation ADl'l.TS 73c STl'DENTS; 60c
    the first plan a I II the new department will not j
    wl8Tied. In of new officers for the Children.. I'ndcr 12 Free
    I student was assigned to a cause the resident of Lawtf'Y' I next school term wee bated '- -
    cl.'r-I to have their fire Insurance" r -THEATRE-
    during the meeting. Thursday Friday Saturday
    I rated' reduced but added It The Baldwin High School

    i I will assist some who cannot I p'rA held their last meetingfor ; : I 20 21 22
    I OTEN1NO. T1MK May
    I now get fire Insurance to do ,
    the school term Thursdayiilffht. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

    AWN MIJ"IlSALE 80.CD Director Carl rtoberU I new May officers 20. Installation for. the next of C:45: "I'. .V., DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO. 1

    said the department Is a I school t term was. held. Mr. SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:0: I : I

    "i'lirht step In the right direc t Ruth Shlpman. FHA sponsor, .NO. 2I

    While They Last Limited Stock tion.'' H also offered to help I was In chalye'Of the'program Fri., Sat. May 21 22 l .

    the city to obtain equipment A reception and appreciation t1h11laNtltrswilan."" I Mf Tseis&oll [j

    t hour was held last Friday DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
    20"-2 1-2 H. P. Briggs < .95 tain school and then given ICtt'rnol1for the Maml 1ho '''usic.Th4 B t- JAMES FIVE!4DARRENTIFFIN

    & Stratton Engine-With $ the freedom 'to switch schoolsif Anne Jones Elementary fctectlte Go-Co GIf?S ,

    he! wUhed.Th teachers! ant their pi-lnctP in

    Recoil Starter $38 ::1 federal government requires InHhe/ achoot catetorlum. Forth HAYlfl MIUS (; 1- ly oat JUTEMcCLUFI

    however, that'studcnu occasion the room was 1OvasElS SUMMERS
    I be Given f a choio of school l decorated with blue and whit = 'I

    Now Only before he Is Initially assignedto flnteera. The< t bte"w' center: JOHN M1US COIUtE $%
    one. Casey said. Bradford'sfirst rd'wlth a milk glass punch I ,

    plan also did not mention bowl surroundrd bv' blue ftow- JAMES MacARIHUR &1. ; '- a
    transportation: of Brodf'Plh era A mUV glass plaf'tr held TECHNICOLOR. AffilIUOftfaVFRifs.a..a / MM ./

    New Rental Service For The and) that. too, I Is required cake squares decorated with\ ,. DAVID TOMUNSON J-: 'COlM
    to \be'operated on a nondiscriminatory blue and pink neholcr wearing a watt"" nrga" c:::.::.
    1 tit /xfw'Y ahr al' a.1a5r '41 Yaatt. .
    I Owner Never Before basis he said caps and; gowns. Guest speaker -
    NOW ---
    / Cmev said that FSA offlrlalu for the occasion was Mrs. SundayMondayTucsdayVVcdnesdayMay

    In This Area! advised the superintendents PaR Haddock of JcluonvUle Plus -

    not to hire anyone under The Hawaiian them"< was 23, 24, 25, 26
    the new $1 1.3 bHllori federal l used In decorwtlnif for the

    bUr until the' '1a1dw11flloh artiool :Jr.Sr.Prom' .
    Good news for home owners. How many of you han eltthut! have integration aid ,to education plans are ICt'8tt'd,1CUI" held'SIItllrdl\Y- '.nillht at NO NAME WAS MORE FEARED THAN. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

    mildew them and make them have a unsightly!' appearance roofs that {
    on reported that he was the school gym. The cndle- ;
    have been put on in the last few ,'earMthut, have turned black with mil- also successful Wednesday In lighted gym was decoratedwith &v, ROCJ6 \ DORIS 70Nfebjyiejvp

    dew. Homes that need scrubbing down and other cleaning problems that getting two additional vocational I bamboo fences around DER 'tm :. @"

    are in need, that have been put off because of the expense, and time required I education unit. financed the !inside will:. on' the stage rtASrwNa 5 : : ''vNuasoN \Dal.Ra: D::; .

    to solve these problems.! We now have a I. & M I Washing( Machine I by the state, assigned to was a fm'h'Kater fountain AUlVYDSAl.IflW( COLO ,

    that puts water under pressure up to 500 Ibs.>>! per sq. inch plus cleaners Bradford County One is .a where colored" lights shone :;: FZoweps. '
    that will' solve these problems!!!, in time never before realized. Just Imagine Vocational Office.. Education Placed- around the fountainwere Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. .. ........ ...u......_.....__ ice..... .._.. ,
    look like In half with hardlyany : course In which second year '' decorative rocks. Upon
    making that un..lightly roof new u day .

    : effort at all, cleaning eaves, around your house in even less time.' typing I business and shorthand! rounw will or related be- entering presented the gym.a let studentswere to wear May 23, 24, 25, 26 PluP"Gr. -

    You will have to !see to believe what this machine can do for you. Drop taught. Equipment for 1 the !I around the neck. To reach the
    ........--.--........... .
    by.. for demonstration and see for your. lf. course will also be furnished dance' floor a hut was placed t t \\6 ''l'w!: ,.._ 1
    he said i\side the door to pass !SHiai T YMacUll '1. ? j- to: UQl/"VJII.: : i

    The other course! Is termed through. Sky for the occasion ,: ", f ELVIS PRESlEY" il Alf IM'irkMfliysv dkt- llla :

    Builders Inc. Distributive' Ed11l"lIlOtand+ 18 was made! of blue crepe paper, !I FETERUraWRttHAMRENJU .

    Stal ke i S Supplies l a course In sales Cnsey' said The munlotana. wne, ,placed' j ) 1 l J

    he hat also applied for, but behind a row of trees. [i .rw. .
    rot yet gotten approved another Queen for the prom wash[ ItI. +
    to S. A. I.. Depot Phone 96 &.&201 r
    Next electronics court. MUr Pr... Litcn. dauabter ofMr -- -_ _- ,
    and Mrs. Joseph Lucas. I -- -
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    I. ,

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    lY !O. 196. mtanmitr COVNTY .'...

    I Three t Ills wife Peggy, and Law- I 1 but Flnwn.ifmn made It to .

    IRONS LAWTEY Charged tears'' Lee Smith. 30. nil of': I II 4 Fires During Week\ \ Destroy flollbrorvn Springs. before bang .

    I RECREATION NEWSLITTLE With I Jacksonville, ne free under i iI stopped.

    I Lawtey I *).OOO( bond each after a preliminary Doth youths were releasedIn '

    and WOODS '\ hearing in a Justin Vacant House Damage HomesFour the custody of their parents -
    .aT9aITiu nu11: Antique TheftThree of the Peace Court 'in Duva pending appearance at

    LEAGUEBASEBALL I time in getting the regular I County. The three were ar- I I Mayor's Court Tuesday" night.Al .
    leaving oino! chicken cooking:
    seaMon need /
    we more
    I bted last week in Jacksonllle. I
    tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThere J persons have been arrested firs: during the past that time their case were
    wonlostVest I trays to sign Please contact in an clistrlo: fry pit pluiwtIn ;
    Standings ( ): up.
    \ Si Rlrhnrd Sittitli
    In connoction ""wit] a : i turned over to County Courtat
    ern Auto 4-1; Johns Oil. 4-1; Coach Townsend Strick- was a good turn-out and Ms.. wife. Peggy nrchxrgei < at the stove 8ho returnedto
    the theft of valuable! : antJQul"Strom in Reno and caiwed extensive the request of Fluwnafran.
    land who la in of this Monday night for the organ I I' I find the kitchen ablaze
    Ralford. 3-2 Trlcst 3-2 LaW. charge
    ; ; ) with ""nKm olplolen
    S I a house east, of I""wtey; posae damage to two other homtu. I I'
    ley, 3-2; Medical. : Aa n.. 1-4; I league and who is doing: an isation of a La-wtcy Volunteer I owned by Lt. Col. and Mn ( and selling. stolen jxxxli Although! tho fire apparentlystarted : -
    The vacant house, off Lamar -
    excellent Fire Department. The presence I In or around the atove.
    Liberty National 1-4; Southern : Job. WlllUmi! Wilson of Barks.... but Lawrence Lee Smith 1;..
    St. In the IlenJ: section .
    American League naaebull aiij support of thOB firemen du not believe the fry
    / 14. :
    Discount with .
    I charged only possession
    I "lal AFB in th8
    1C exult*: The American League Baseball from other communities who I Bradford Sheriffs The. warrant, were signed'tIn burned to the ground In afire pan wat the cause! of the: 9t
    seam>,n will get underwayas ; shared their experience1 anc D"rartn\.nt that started around 10:30p. : trouble. .
    Dimwit Mrs, Wilson
    10.--John. Oil by
    Monday :May reported this week- County >
    1m 1mby soon as school Is out. Any i suicgestions were much appreciated. m. Saturday Loo'\lbn of
    and the hearing
    1mt 3 IMsx-ount preliminary
    9. Trleitt Southern
    ; Richard 37
    Sidney :
    I I the house! "wny back in aIIe.ld"
    who to take !. 2
    boy plans part Teenagers
    8. Lawtey 11; Medical Assn. wit held Monday Al II you }IiavequcsUons
    1 made It Inoce.islbla to
    should sign so that we will! The Lawtey Home Demonstration
    three have been bound over to()
    3. rtalford 11.
    held at the Rusell
    HOMRIlOOD. : I : 11 Western be able to get an Idea ot a- / club held their annual ,' was a"p-( I' circuit court in JacksonvilleThe ,. the fire truck and ownership; Arrested For t about
    Tuesday May I I list Church Monday night tor
    of tho structure could not beetrmined
    bout what kind and how much barbecue at the home oi I'
    Auto 7, Liberty National 13. ': all teachers and orrti:s. Mi I large house was broken -i iI i Drag Racing
    Thursday. May 13- Trlest 'equipment we will ne...d. Boy, I Mrs. John C Tye on Wednesday I and Mrs. Floyd John, an,I Into on an unknown data.. :! by the Fire De your military .:

    Richarl Moths. a local boy I 12. Southern Discount 11. 1 let us hear from you--come;I of last week A bar'beeuec! 1 Jimmie Bud Long athlete..L j Kurmeily klK'l\Vn.8 the Annli iwilmcnt.T,1ie Charles Thomas Flrtwniifr serviceyour C .

    and a sophomore at the University I Friday, May 14 Medical I on hi and put your name on chicken dinner was enjoyed bj I from Clay Hilt.We I'lure. the house I I" now owned Perry !Kite' home on of IU. 2. fltnrke, and Danny

    of Florida" scored a,, Aiian. Western Auto 16; I, the list everyone present. Besides; :I. wee grad; to see M rl'l. by the Wll Summer KerrmUon members. we had aa gueota tin caught!: fire about fl):05: a. m. National Guard ,_
    liole-ln-ono Tuesday, May It Lawtey 6. Liberty National ,I N..lltevUklnsoll in hurc 1 it* a retirement home lev. both IT weed .- _
    on the No. 2 par 3, 143 yard I IhOl. i 3; Johns Oil N. Raiford 4. Registration win be on Mon I new agetit. Miss Martha Sue I Sunday after a long Illneiui This Wilson had roll.cteVantique Sunday and extensive damage. city pollen\ just after midnight' can help you ,.,'::;':
    day June 14, and activitieswill M alo. Mrs. Thomas V I 'In foreign, rountrleiwhere I II was dune to the rear of the ,
    .. Hu wa using: A number Schedule. : !i She Is not strong, but wn Saturday and charge) with I
    start Tuesday. June 15. Duck and Martha and Johr they "have been stationmi house! before the firemen' arrived SR 1ft between.
    8 trim for his ace. Monday< Western Auto vs!I ,I able to substitute for the in- I ding racing on In Starke-Visit
    I Just few of the activities MIlo Smith and Eugene Origin of the blaze I -
    Stark.. I a I. Spilth. termetliate class. and one ohnndvuer taken Stnrke and llellbronn Hprlngs.IVillce .
    3.3O at
    Richard: < la IS. and has been; Johns Oil. : I
    gait for four Southern Discount v. Ralford'I that we rvrrlval from the house was snit, to 1 could not bt determined.This : report clorklng their CWO AI Crosby

    His playing wore for the nine years.holes '1 3.30: at Raiford. Lawtey vsTrlest. I. to 6 year old program In I. ner. The club presented Mr. I I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Pad ht valued l at 1500.: Reportedly '' kitchen at the homo of I speeds a* blab as 73: in ph.Crawfonl Armory IlMar.:
    I the morning activities on Pearson with a Rift a* a (toirm '' there IK only on. other like Mr and Mrs., Edwin WUll.imi wa overtaken a
    wu .18. 5.30: at Hampton. : get uf Doctor'A Inlet nnnounc or Call 96 t-2211'
    each of our playgrounds and remembrance ainci In the US. Rails ato\e, on N. Church Street! was ,
    Carl Johns was 'winner In Tuesday- LICarty N..U.nall I away I the birth of a daughter on It a short distance out uf SUrk. .,- ...
    1 at the Recreation Center' along the Pearsons! have moved feGainesville. refrlgemtor. deep freest, and l "pretty well' burled out" and:
    ur annual Seniors Golf Tournament I''Vtt Medical Aawn., 5:2O at I May 11 In St. Vincent's n .
    with our Little League I also the rest 'Ot( the! house damaged! j
    : I ether appliance were I
    with a score of 202 Starke. pita!, Jack onvlll.., Mr an<, --,
    Baseball program which Is goIng Mrs. MAtt Wells and MnCHorv waken.Employe.. by smoke Into Moiuiny after- _,
    for M holes. L. F. (Monk) I Thursday Southren Discount I Ii Mrs. Hiram Padgett of Clu.HIM .
    I on now. We' also will have Roberts spent UKKerkned I I noon. The stove. ?fI'lllerltor.1 .t"
    Dihkln came in second with 3.30 at i I are parental grtndpurenu. or A uttlltjcom- .
    vs Johns Oil. : : .t.tA
    i tennis Instruction, Teen Time, with Rev end Mrs 1 nutiMl that a hack door and other appliances in (Ur!
    a 205. and R. H. Mclnttre was Stark pany I 1 a t1"A \
    third with a 209. i, arts ft crafts, and several I w. A Fox In Now. Port Rlchey: rKHHONALS': [ of the house, was open when i kitchen wcra" also ruined. I '
    I Friday May 23 Weitern special evettta each week.: We Mrs. W. O. Rhoden of Ocala I I went there to read, thelectrio !\.Ira.\ Williams hAd gone on\ ,.
    Mr. and 'Mr Kllnh Carte they '
    Next Sunday we pan a;: Auto v* Trioitt 3.3O: at Hamp, would stin like to near from w.a"hUlo8' her sister, Mr. of Doctor's Inlet vUtteil Mi 1 el meter and "notified theW'ilsunt mi errand for a few minutes.r ,. .

    Men's Scotch fournome. Bachplnyer !I ton. Raiford vs Liberty National I you on .U If."lIon.1, for .< tlv- 1 >{. C. WalnwrUht.; Sunday.. 1 In Louisiana. 1 1No I
    Mra. Robes CmUi
    i and
    ; one-half of his 5 30( at Starke: Law I an 1I I
    sets :
    I would like to naveIncluded : Walnwrluhi
    itles you They lulled \tr.
    I I Tm artcrnnan.Mrs. Total value of the stolen I
    family y
    come on 7 nI \. 1
    Medical AB"n.
    handicap. Everyone VII p.
    tey In uur pro,;r'thlJl: In the Lake City VA Hospital I .
    : Jeanette Whitener; and I goods U not yet' known according '
    I IMf 1'1'I
    out and Join in the fun. Tee I nt Starke. I I \\Vin a
    Call l the :
    Urn. is. 1 p.nSunday.. Jr. League BaaehefWe 1. summer Mr. andII'! Van Patch anc I 1 rWMron of Doctor's inlvt nn<. to eputy Sheriff" ,
    I at 044-74It family of Jacktonvllle wen. i her mother Mrs. Potato Moa... Robert Green. but much uf It

    I have abnut 40 boys I mall Fry Baovb:til Sunday afUrnoon visitors. of lie: ,. of MidJlebiirK, visited MM. I hint been recovered

    Plastic. Notebook Sa.21 s t the working out on Monday.Thul'lday. Several boys have "lln..1! up, Mrs. John Brown and family : MOIII.) '. sister, Mrs HIram I A .

    TFI CORAPft.CMh: and Friday but several i I for this program and wv I Mn. Edwin Nolan ant ,i Padgett, lust Friday 3 To Attend w 6
    of the in his age
    boys daughter' of Jacksonville visited .
    will now like to>> have any i Everett Manning was rushed i
    PaId for Uaod. a-a I group are playing In other" I boy who are 8 to t years old her parent Mr and Mrs 1 to St. VkKnt's' Hi>"|'ltnI Pile t tI

    aaC" N. Ei.ld..r Wool.Potto .n spring sports and will be playIng who>> have not signed up tc Thomas V Durk, over UK I I Thursday morning. Ira in. horn: Boys StateThree I
    to Tf>l.. rt DhPUiitle ) after the "spring sports w
    Bring > weekrnd.Mr M1
    drop by the Kecreallll Cir.'jTand now. but not doing a* well 1 .*. i1 ii
    Notebook $%.!O al I program is over. That is our sign up.'e .-n. order and Mra. H. K. Priest 1 hoped." Bradford County High fnKOCI

    The Tetrcraph.. main delay at the present equipment and be r. tdv to and Lamer lulled Mr. t} Mrs. Norm Jean l Kimlco: of I| SohtMil. junior boys will represent ET

    -- 1,1 start. just as .oon as "IK'.IOOI Priests nephew, Dftvle AUInda Highland la a patient In SI Rrnilfunl' Ctmnty at the J( ;JJ :

    I out. 1 who la a patient In LakeShore I Luke's Hospital JutksonvlllnMn. < limn/\ Reunion, of American Legion j

    ;Me>'. Softball Ix-ugu* I Hospital. Late City. Mr HlMred. Carter was ad, Hoys State In Tatlnhns1 FARON YOUNG'SLIVE -

    After five weeks. of play Ir I Priest railed on H. O. Wain- I matted to St. Vincent's. Ho.I 1 .. next month The onnourweniont CASH 2'_ SHOW HI-FI':

    the Men's Softball League, Oar 1 wiUrtt In the VA Hospital' pltal Sunday afternoon nundervient < I was moilo by (Oeorg< H.

    den Restaurant remains undefeated Mri. Brttle Miner and pony. surgery MiirulnyRobert Pierre of Jonen-I. ingforJWhlte .- '1 .1k 4 ALBUM. YOURS WITH- -

    _1 In league play. In of Jackionvillf Intuit! Sunday; : Bitxley of tks Iut'.1 Poet fit! POT 1Me $ ?-' 1 INTRODUCTORY PINT 1..-::

    Mundny night's action Garden with Ml*. rrfl: MinerMr. Inlet was admitted. to Clay; I Selnrteil. to pnrtklpnt In : .N 1 -

    ."1". Pent Control 10 to I airt 1.%... J. C Hliiuln- Memorial hospital In (!reed i I this annual civic workshopar CAN OF TOP QUALITY.-=
    beat .
    .. NultyIng
    ,1. Bnlvn
    actionNoegePs I botham and: children were.;I Cove l Springs' last Tuesday. ant : t tAt HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL. =
    FREEALBUM 3. In Tuesday night's
    << -
    to Writ. }No\ Stamps" te
    bent Brookeij Bundav vlsltora of Mr and i underwent surgery Frttla; Carl Kihvurd (Rilille) lou-'
    Auto 61e Nu Jimln REG. $1.59 VALUE
    In I k. OUIIgntliiii ,
    Buford lllgulnoiham of \ and Mrs. >
    Mr. a
    9 to ft after trailing 3 to 2. Mrs morning. gins, von ,,
    <> ,,i In Kadiprk: orMoviTttl
    j I MaxvlUe.Mr Bud and naughter Howard C. linuglaii, of Hunt. COM/Air' PLUS THE RECORD. ;
    and Natural Gas beat Hampton and I Mr* Myers [ Times .a .tiny, .and. let lo
    14 to. 13 after trailing 13: ,I Wiley" B. Smith of MaxvlUe spent bunIIIYwith 1. Bruokr, Your tT.tOl; .'! "t'Huli. Tot" 1L VALUTAf

    to 6. Natural Gas ..Kplo".1, l for 1 family of Jacksonville' visitedher :I her grandmother, Mrs." James' K-Hvi:" tummy) .I'Uket.Liihl. ,. fN1 ;

    8 r'1II.'n' the top of the mother Mrs. Nathan I Fred I l.nng. Mr Mr.*. My I HOlllo\lI i < mm of .Mr tint Mrs. .
    Htarhiin! the _k.nd. I II I R.: R. llnmmond of "Stnrke' : Week'M 1'InnerUNCt.AIJI t
    '1I rvtmth. I over era and daughter, ale leuvlrui{ BOTH oiL a at .
    Friday. night the only lame I Mr. and Mr Meson' Privett. I for Memphis Tvnn. for foui I Norman (Uiitch) ItMtillng, I1) FOR ; ?

    I played) son* Garden beat Mr. and Mr*. Obed Paulry: : yearn duty with the Navy. non
    I LYE Hampton 19-1O 'In on. of the I Mr and Mr*. L. M. McClrllanMT VMnny Ray)/ Mueley of Jack, Rfxtding also 1 of Stark. r e

    of must thrilling games ot the and Mrs J R. DoenreRobby sonvlllu spent. toe weekend The gab !Hoy Stain will A StNSATIONAL COIUCTOR'J
    year : McClellan. and Ml/... with Ms granilparnt, Mr' nn 1 be In session.. from June 27 to $150.00 ALBUM AVAILAULI ONLY THROUGH THIS' SMCUL' Off I It :.

    r We would like to Invite th Carolyn McLrod< enjoyed a Mrs. Henry Mueley.Mr. July, 3 In Tallnhnanee, Cunvirmnilur ..: .

    public out to fate new park steak barbecue with Mr. and and .re. Walter Hancock Pierce. (Bald! uallly) ">iu%. eta <]uaniyI'rewrli'lliin ,

    I.'. recently' complete I off Geiger Mrs. Msxle Hed-IUh hi Ral- of Jacksonville and Mrs Departments.. of the Am..rl-I .. H rvlin. at '

    ? Road. ford! Saturday night Mary Etta Woruan .p.rl thwoeknvl ran Legion will sponsor 49 lilt In IIUI'W" \\\m'\ { f. 11'rrl' mm) t tJ

    1 Next wee>: schedule Is ..I Visiting the Darlcy Bennetthorn. In' St Pel.rsblrg.Mr. liny State' thniiighout t the liars> your' Ne.| lt< FilledKOCH'S ,

    DORISDAY'S Sunday: were Mr. and: I and Mr. Charles M.,.s- nation (hilt summer Ar j
    : I
    Tuesday-- Qardui ve Nengels ) > : Mr. John Bennett and Dar I.y of Jacksonville have purchased -I tmy who hAve just 11\11".1 35.1:J :J X. Temple 'I-hone !9IU.M20I) ; :
    I : .
    Hampton ". Test' I
    Control.Thurwlay; !. Florida 1 1i Ina Knlrht and Mr.. Barnes moved'l it to Clay HIM over the .m hoot will, Hi. tul y the nrgnnl-" |. T .

    i ., -- Natural and daughter of Hampton. weekend.. I ration, operation, and. politicalir I rn. IlDt.4IL"iJr'Ii.'nt, ,

    : Brooker Noegel's v. (0481 eel I/inny Prescott of KlrmaIry Mr. awl Mr. Lloyd Wllkln- | -'_s uf stale government' .

    den.vs ; : Lake. visited" )tN. Hlktred.! Carter in The youth fftnn Starke' will MAY

    rrlitay Nof'pl'. vs r..t'' Mr and Mr. Donald: Kail St. Vlnront's )Hoepltal MomLiyafternoon. participate. In the organisa. I 10.!) 20. :21 I. 22
    and children' of Starke were I tion tif political J parties, cumpnlgn 'E10ULI1'iOAD
    ttiJust Control.; Natural Gas vs Oar- .
    ; den. ; Hampton v. Hrnoker Monday supper rueaU of Mr. Mr. Hiram Pulgelt vl..It".I'her 'f 1 *, el!n llotm, ami' lhs ennrtmrnt e
    ami enfnri-fnieitt of .
    League. standings iwon-loet) and Mn. bi MayMra. lean and
    Oarden. 1O-O; Brui>k""r ..5;; Jimmle Hoirart and I Idau and Mra Rudolph Padgeilami I their own 4nw, within a mythical .
    att't'-'n-law.' Mr. Joe, nwby 11lIodo,,'. inletiue.My. Slat. aiat. .
    .Pent Control. 4-3: Noegel's
    I "! State I I. on. of the ..
    Wednesrlay with Joy.
    4Natural; 0... 3Hamp; Hovan. spent I I
    ton. 37MoftWn. 'Mr and Mr. O J Andera. I Mr soil Mrs. Lloyd Wllhlrvon ,I outstanding yo""n t h-tralnlng.

    12 Gt&ti Mlix Teuraamesit f Mr and Mr*. RW MOIIf'7'' returned to their .home In .programs! lOt" I he Amrl. q.

    Dram forget the Alarke Iavttatkmal rid family of Orlando w n'. lansm City Tuesday mote can Legion, O mmnml.rPlerc'e .
    weekend visitors of Mrs ingIthXTirB : utalml.' "Not only
    l Hoftball .
    ment which will have TutlHIo-I Loml Moaley and Mr. and i FUR THK Wf.KK: : youth. l learn more aboutIn

    for permitting us to make a lowing,, txanui earning Panama here tot', l/re.Mr. MnaUy Leo Dyal and and granddauirliter family.- 1 Htng Cnerry cherry M.."Mtwo or black. rherry S oa.paek.gee >. but fun they< tlon also. see of government the Imixirt. .

    on May ;
    compete returned 9 hot, .it<'. of the hile. played byrarli
    WaltonBrach Lmnette Djral. flavored gelatin; cups NYCON Tubeless Nylon Bile Wall :
    Perry Fort I II .
    City. : .
    .. ,. rend. water 2labls.suna yitutl; eitlzm. In dim hargInw .
    FREE HOME AIR CONDITIONINGand Ormwnd BaAt. MaaeroUeJacksonvuie. with them for a .. .It.s VMtKary water 1 run ;
    I I and Cocoa Dobbs and son of l .lemon juice; Ala tmxc. ItlKfmhlp r 750x14 Free Mounting
    .. \ They noon "ll.- -
    Mr tmnnn Juice; 2 S.1..nlt.\IIII.|>
    lackaAnvlll were visiting |
    d.ft'rwtingll.t.. Champions -
    HEATING SURVEY .rover "hnw the quality. tit of IMS argil IM4. irvl Mrs. A. U l>>bba< Sunday rup dairy sour rream; 2 cups -
    The Tournament starts aI/, Mr Sohpla Starling of pltte'l. halved, fresh bung ch. ..r- ernm.nts. related. directly to I II FOR t SI K2.00 --
    i/ b. the. active Intermit of each rl.tI..n. -
    COOUNO ton V a m. Saterdeiy., May :28. with new I* rlsltlna her lee; 1-4 cup. chopped. blanc 1 I -
    DUCT mm the finale to be played at'I i and staler. Mr and x| .elinonii toasted.. I ,S ,,a1 I'lu Tai anil tCI --

    that ntitht. Admievioo: Mra Jamr Rosier, pit. week : l>lM..lve. gelatin In hut "" "I, On behalf of f'o..t 54 1. Gm II R.cappthle| Tire -
    pm. 1 adil cold, water" and 'lemon "trmndvr "''""r. pnmm i .plirwlutlvn 4 .i
    funtU t..r.
    Robert ,
    and Mr
    adults SO students / -
    rents. 351 l and family of Jacksonville J.| ..... To 1 cup gelatin. mU-\ i' U. the Clvlton Club. J J'I -
    'All"1 the Rotary dun for *
    U.nfcm'e NatllmJI" I mod Mr sri Mrs Maine !1 :are, ak1< the cewklng: mold sherry andhdl listing .In the .pm..r.hip oforal !; A MAUK I'OWIMU: ( 1(1( 'ISKIt TN800x14 .:
    2 quart
    visit Into a
    who Is tnlerest nrlffta. of Palatka were p..r -
    Any wrjnjon .., Meanwhile, chill youth .t the IIWS\ : """ -
    |IMr. IIU set $17.85
    ed. In helping to start a soft n. Mrs Nellie. WUklrwMMi and I S -

    boll league, come by the Recreation -' *. Dalny Bock ant' Lynn emalntng i lttn. till .purlUI- ;1ht. .1 750x14 $17.20 ...
    Center or phone the luring the week. Mrs. Maine. I y set then whip" till nutty: -
    Intlr. -
    at. M4-74U. If enovghiwumen I ind Mn. OrtffU are Mrs.WLkin.nn's 'okl in sour tram cherries, Car Wash Set f'rr \1..nll"l.
    1ueMAtttOMnItd01 d.lli'ht.rn."fr. ind ahnnrwls. Pour atop ..,.. i Tin la. aiul/ !I""<.ppJ.l.| | __Tire.' r
    ere tnt.,..t..1. we will : Auto Class __
    bave an organUational meeting and M,.. )Prank Cru-e tin layer' In' mold. ChUI till!I Iftrm By j 1 MAIIK( I MUI'IIU/ : ritK.MIl/.M:: / TWN =

    to form team and familyrt Sunday<< with about 6 Hour or overlight A rr wet, l Is m h'vltimlTatuMay 72 t&i
    Iwaad E.eatdseveral heir' don-in-t"w' and dautrher. "' Urnnold on tMtlftd/ Platter from 9 m. to 4 fn 75Gx14 $26.30 ::

    art 11"1_ of (net clothing Mr' *r... M'<.. P OTV Cvrte. Clrtle with fresh. cnvirle. by the flradf'iril, High( I tree ,......./ ".,-f'tu. Tn, .eel l fleranoahla, Tire + -

    $ )0095 stIU have nut "ben rlalmni and chUdrr: > In Jackson- Jiced pineapple, romal'ae.. Pas.1 .kind. *'....m..U... mchnlr. --
    of cream: ml**
    W. eJn ...*. a dental retainer tile br..1 amir ....a.... -
    and nrlnk.d
    wtiwh was found the nth mayonnaise ( ...* will tie washed rift 'ONVI.UCItCISKUTMIKI.KSM'; ( : : : =
    --- --- -- -- ----.-.- listed almorxtalak ,.
    I Inil. ....... I' with
    IY ,,,.
    night of the Lrttle League Mtllnheti at th * Id to 12 serving
    ,hop A ari Job will cot 11 4 Njrlon750x14 =

    TWO J PlUS CLAY\ HILL e = f
    UNITS I J J INSTAUATION' -:1141 .th ufeiuMj MOO1l1.WILV'J $13.25

    T : : .1"J sAes ,J....- k e 1.d.r.l. Tat. 1..1..1..1/ -:
    ONLY and dudwCHk I eve m\ selaq 'eiN. _( ... n. 'I'" Hansel. Pads tPh.a. Bradford Electric ) ,

    BUDGET TERMS wt ri fwHba, MOMS_ '4'S I 1 l'mnUl.lrx; T/musoJ(/ : : : = e.
    ta9.41ltTT.Twvwy.VVVVTTT.TT.t. Itlurh. Nylon. '::
    for BOTH 23,000 BTU electric air conditionInG 1114 East: Call Street ss '
    ..-n. .: nr .T."Tro Tflyr. 800x14 $15.50 :
    furnace .?....- "I.TtTI.ea ...C104 .
    and 70,000 BTU LP-Gas "...,. \IC a.eeal. .! -" ''\.' Altemteftce' In Churrb tttm- WK; SPFCIAI.I/K. : : IS "..f. tat. Inr._t'rr* 11.'lInC1.1 .
    tas, .....ra..e. ...... .11' Pf'% } .
    day wu at Also. a, tend .. .
    l..', irk sen** abovt a central *ur i condlioninq "'t..... "f .'eapler' J .,4 Electric Motor and s'ti '
    common I.... ,.f n'.ae.. .p. crowd was peasant for training \\ \. SI/KM' : TO FIT ::
    cad keaffng lyttem for yovv "-e. Thousands of /fumiUe; .,ill r..l.-.r w.lIk rt."t 11I otf tinton. Mr'. matt Mr. C C. 1AL.F:9 y
    better. better and really .....,. 4 .ir-..i <*... IMHn.r I y''y \l.l. :MAhFS: ATHKDIU'EDI'ltlCKS :: ( -
    are erring r. .'. .., r f'1.rtaa. ..pus Brltt aM 4eughttr of LongBmwh Water Pump i ,1" ,("T =
    Inv every bit of .m mer and winter be tout* central .air '. p. ......., .r pI..Ii... --,.. vMt... ..d .. In' the mornIng j ( : -

    conditioning and heating( dM' so math and costs w >t.. tkM J.j -t ':.'"ll...-...the. 'r.J1 .:.taJ. ...n""' .. ),fl'. Brat .U home. 1 : A SHKVICKElectric :. ; ; .\-ll New- Tire' Mounting and =

    lirtle. Phone M today and let ir* *,aie a fttt Harvey ef .. ek.h' Ae ... ......... Is6'La..M front sen duty and It ws sue ,
    ...__. Imae ... lI.awntln" K:<|uipmrntFIBBER'S M:
    .t ,
    row hoMe_ .. n.Willi. Oi*t vki.4 * n. Mr Motor Rewinding | f fAirrilOIlKI ,
    .... .... ,_. T"."*. and Mra. Ifonwe Will......... -
    ......."... ....... ,.... C-. ?... and family of MOATIBA attoiid : > UJ.:, un: FOK '

    GREEN'S FUEL M M....s..".. Y.............._..1.or. ?.-t.. J.rats...*'..*.. Sunday nag'it ow....!''II". BillMrrmioa ntICK:/ I.Y; I'CMfHKWtrirUn \ JILTUl! [ [ :\ E\IIIi'li! \ E w

    w see M.n. n.rW.... m>s I. WM'u*. rereatlymoved
    u.......... "..,.-, -...... Into our' neabaurnuivl.earn .. 1.1-.1 :' A Plumber 4 4r
    ....... tax.. i tin' .ear .t ease -=
    OF FLORIDA CORP. a. r. .,.... se ....r.. kr.ltuedL into bl&4" oy MUr ..21S :\ Temple MlaI.. F'it Phone !9) !01631nunsIHY. ) -
    n. ( r--. 1kutMy. ;,agbt I I'lr' ''1e !96/-7361 l -.

    -n iI Thane 9 9-423I: .JH4gt : A 8un-l y So.'fouI..ttlc: .




    I P4.OT3 SIX nnAOlUnn) cotnvrr_ TEi.iconApn.: IIIT 'tR'Jt. FT.OWTOA Tflt1DY. MAY 20. 19115

    Thomas Seeks -. '''" .' program for unusual! coins Richards of Colorado. VOTICK TO APPEAR xirnn TO It|':VI':'" n I cilllve week's. In the Bradford<
    Rep. Continuation & .
    Ti> i MII, ,.mi;.I .I', <" ni\ In Irfiilf ..ur(. l'rnU..II, : I'oiililji' T..Io'lIr..h. |
    i*, L 1 and trophies will: be given In Funeral services will be hld i JII I, fJ"HI".I i ,;a. 'l.'iiiliin, i. t..C. >. Horlrtni. I. < hMOicIl.irolil Dated, till Stilli;; day .ut ..prll,
    Of fair four categories; : oldest foreign I at 10 a m. Saturday In Jones \',." Hf" I h.. ,ifhy rmtltliMl; I lluilH I 18115
    Building Matching Funds I' ult fin" JjlVfiite. haw. I I. ."i. t.'sI :\.. I-:; Still (KI Ar.I
    z coin: oldest U. S. or Continental Memoi lal Chapel. Interment riled, utf.niiHt. JIIHI. hi tile ui...i\" I I ChARLES A. DAUDT.Cltik .
    :, currency; heaviest will follow in Crosby Laid named ('""tI and mane nml )'iU D Smith' Plaintiff. vMmltiiH I of tn. circuit Court
    Florida aji(cultural] and culture Conner chair I ... ,. ." li. "Smith' Ixfaiidiinl.MlTlfK .
    I Doyle as metallic coin an.j lighter metallic Cemetery! with military: rites are reiir.d t rhri'hxull TO API'MAIt
    llvtb. lau organizations: I yo" answer or 1,1"1I1Inlf' to Clerk
    .V.K man. Diouty
    coin. at the grave.Gradders. eilnpiftjflt un tho PI..lntlff'a Attorney '!1'<., MiirKua. U. Smith Addl".' 4/29! 41 I/SO
    uiU Cr a Wo to con tin je con- I Fair organizations may obtain I There Is admission: i-fun. I..x 0.....". )StarM's.' Unknown.
    :SLIU t lion, ul t'X.iioit bulletin no I j C .sri.Ia. .ts.tI I 1 us tHu ....Ic..1: 'InI \you MTV Io_.-.b) nutiricl. that
    with state matching funds up to( $25.000 in state HEREl I ;harge for the general publls.: Slate 1 hn "ttlt. "r I he Clerk ...r I b. A nuit. for Divorr him .....*"
    funds for exhibit buildings c Court on 01 s' 'liuforo tin fllc'il. HKln you In the above
    dui lrii;< the IK xt two years' un- provided( they come up with Friday NightScrimmage .ithlay of Jim. *. 1111.;' ; ,utiitirwli named, Court. and, fauMv. ..i"u j ... VERIFIED
    dci a bill IntioJuccd lit til, Richard Richards ,... the mioKatlnii of laid. *r.. rwiisrs'd|. to serve a. i-wpy of I
    enS the same amount In loca Game <*nmi>.lMlni will lift taken. .u* conroiMud annwer or plMdinit l.. I II".
    Siak. L'Bislatuie by Hop A funds. In applying for atatmonny. Service Set ,dy you ,your.",,,..1..1. S .,n the) Plaintiff", At : VALUES
    th J ',1I1<)141MS Jr. of Bradford ( the fair TIHH, 0..110 i It iliitll, .ha |>.ihIl"h-. n.inwy Ii-.... (l.orir.. f-t. "PUTI:
    ota groups mus For Saturday B-irfforrl' High a'' Idlers: : will! id onco eitch wutlt. (Os' four i,i.l. I I' U. Drawer 104V: ',, Starke.. K'ui'l '..
    It I Is rtnpwal of the
    County a in-ownt a clear title to the CCutvC wiltH III tliu I I'l: I'll( ..irUiiuniv l lilt. I tie, "r'lfl..1' .. in i'fl>, ,,'
    third week of SpringPractk" Guaranteed; By
    nd thrlr ..
    bl. mil'im' matching funds; apptop 'I'.I"jfrI&l u"'
    ; property!! on which buildingare I f, i.r Hit' l..k of the 'r''
    eli i itijn for iicultural tomorrow night [tFrlfavl n..t..4 thin llth y.i'im ',.urt, .on 'ir' ...-ii.. 1 tin i4m' duf ) Furniture
    : to( b? constructed. alon' Richard Rbhards.:: 48. ofStark. I '' \ I wl"i a sfrlmmnfta': under I!' r.. ..r f May. I CM'.... 'itiK-i, wm., "in. ai Badcock
    !lair: buildin'ts. with archlbectura nlv ('.. .laint all
    complete. died uttc! upzm Ul//K.M.I i KMti'iiih 'if1" d ni|
    b.ll calls ti,, Dahts! at 7:30: on Bradford !- H \HI.KM: A. DMUIYrierk .. 'Ink.. .. an < by yuTill
    Thr for n
    an plans. ".5.
    appropi hai-
    arrival Ja'ksn'.llIe ;
    at a ) ( I FIld.! I -if II.... I'll',, lilt i:.Miri' n'''i,I.. 'hull I I... |I' liefl.4 Friday NightSPECIALS;
    lalijn of $400.000. as op- altal aftetnrjn'ollowlng : .. 'ii'6 ,,
    ,I Bradford County's fall Wednesday lly il<'Ulan :.M li. i 'I i u::1 Ii, 'k fur r tc n
    to $300000 obtained in Another: five days will wind 1J 4t 6
    pose.1 illn3s.]
    buildings were built undei a sudden! I'
    the last 1 legislative session I the /spring! chores! up. according .- I
    this arrangements. In Between
    b-rn Down
    Ii Mr. Richards was to Coach Devil liurse.PistIo I $5
    Tne fund is administered:: by Utah on Dec. 11, 1016! and was 6 and 9 P.M.: Friday
    Wins/ Silver Service
    IiH the State Agricultural] and STARKE MOTOR PARTS
    Livestock Fair Committee II Youth InjuredIn a retired Navy man. having Delivers any
    served from 1034 until 1937. Notebooks $Z.20 at the Appliance Listed! Below.
    with Cornmlsfilonsr:;! of Agrl- 1\lrll. William K. TIiontpNon' 11:;lit\ of Houte J. Starke HUH He was currently emloyed; as Telegraph.THE .
    Wreck OnMotorcycle the lurkyilnncr, of t tiln! haRfblome, U. P. Koers( silver Bfr\lr a mellcal:! technician at the Offers You The/ Best In Only One-

    i In a f'oIJl'c.r'| roffi-p cunt, pot ut tin,; lucul Food Fair utore thin Florida State Prison and wasa 2-Door Norge

    rek. rri-Hmllnjr/ the NllM-r' Her\lce I.. Mr*. J. A, ChrlntniuM, memb'r of the Church of RIGHT COTVl' for MB Lb Freezer
    Jesus Christ of Litter Day write. Coma In and Machine Service .
    of the Ktore'M Htiiff I war you Shop $139.95 1
    I Saints. I 'elect r...nrlle RSTfR
    Harry Wyman
    15-year-old- Surviving Is his widow. Cecilia I BHOOK Fountain I>en. TLEtimipii. ': -
    .1.1r Keystone Heights youth. U '* ; IMN ANT. Only One-
    Orltz Richard: one BLOCK ISOAKING: PISTON:
    still In the Unlvr lty of Flor. Alph Hazcn 57 Additional I Norjfe 9.5 Cu. Ft.
    daughter. Carol Richards j KING; PIN FITT'Nn': (
    ida medical center a* a result 35 Lb. Fret'zer-I"lnk
    OII.IGN: ()
    News both of Starke five brothers. .
    Hampton ; \.>'rIep. -in MIi: -i"IM
    of Injuries received In an Services HeldIn Murray of Inglewood Calif.: I Irriilt, f......,. llrntffnr. CLEANING; ; BLOCK RIDGE)( REAMING: $119.95

    Charley ; n auto-motorcycle collision In Surul ty morning on Moth- O. W., of Stark: Smith of 4'itr. KlorlilMl. In I hnHfvrrfaun
    : Keystone Heights last Thurs I No 111.11/13;I VALVE GRINDING CYL. IIONEING Only One-
    er's GA's their of1
    Orlando Day presented Carson City Nev.. Steven
    day afternoon. ''h.tlyr; llxnrt 1'lnlnlirf, vn' 2-Dr. Norjte Refrigerator
    E. mothers with corsages during Houston Texas: and Spencer lauut 1. Hand Uefendunt.. I HEAD & BLOCK CAM: HUSHING;
    Yr. Old. Excellent
    Barry's leg was broken 5 the Sunday morning worship Less Than I -
    Inches above the left ankle Kcrvlce On Friday evening Condition

    Johns and 'It was later revealed by suddenly Monday morning at families of the GA's gatheredat I I KRAKK; DRUM: TURNING: $199.95

    x-rays that he also had a his home In Orlando as the the church for an old.fash-1!

    about this question: broken thumb. result of a heart condition. loned box Hiippor. Decorations T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING We Also Have New Tires
    "The neighbor's! duplex Keystone: Police Chief Casper He had undergone open followed the old-fashioned Bargains GaloreOn
    in Houston Texas
    Brune said the accident, theme and prizes for the'
    was! badly damaged by December to correct a mal Your NAPA Jobber Is A Good
    occurred at 4::40 p.m. Thursday iliToratcd, boxes! went to Pat OarSecond
    fire. They estimate three when Mrs. Camille Stew. functioning valve. which wa-. linlcy, Sandy Youngblood and I ON CALL24.HOURS
    A Good
    months! to complete repairs art. 79. of Keystone Heights replaced with plastic. Since Evelyn: Jones. Man To Know And

    in it is liveable. Under his made a left turn off Law. that time he had seemed to Su,.hull, Newi.Hampton I A DAY Place To Go. FloorOpen
    be enjoying good healh until
    0 Homeowners Policy will he rence Boulevard into Oriole Men's Sof tbiiU
    collect 'both) his 'additional Street. Her car was headed his sudden attack. team lost both scheduled DAY-CAM- !))11-; ,2)1!) -

    living expense' away from south on Lawrence Brune Mr. flaxen was born In /games' lant week 13-14 to Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc. Wed. Afternoonand

    home :and the 'lost rent' said and collided ,head-on Brooker on AUK. 25. 1908. thr Natural: nit" on Tuesday eve I NlnAJ.J. !901-8591) ; Friday till 9 p.m.

    from his duplex until he I with a northbound motorcycle son of the late E. M. an::! ning and 13-10 to Garden on I I 153: : W. Ilnmnlee! Street

    and the renter can inhabit ridden by young( Wynvan. Minnie Crews Hazen. lie had jti'rld.iy. I W. S, Badcock

    the home?" No Injuries were sustained formerly been employed by Tuesday evening's game this I Phones 9fi; 1-0801-9G1-0811;

    by Mrs. Stewart or her passenger the state. but In recent years week was a return 'game with Ii T.I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING I Furniture & Appliance
    he had been occupied with Starke, Fl.i.. HtoreO
    Mrs. Margaret Tracey Garden Restaurant; Friday's I !>4fK.
    Charley E. JahnsAgency 73 also of Keystone. Exceptfor his rental property and real! gamo j Is at 7:30: p.m. against 1-

    a broken bumper there estate Interests In Orlando. H Natural Gas In Starke. ,

    was no damage to the car, was a member of the Elk I
    Next Tuesday Hampton
    Ml:! 1 S. Walnut St.
    the First Churchof
    and Baptist
    I PHONIC 964-0201 but the motorcycle was de. play Florida Test Control In

    SurvivIng are his wife Lou bender at 9 p.m. In Starke. ]

    ise C. Hazen of Orlando: a Since the shift of all games, _

    slater Mrs. O O. Strayhorn. except Brooker home utmies: trJiTIM I

    Wildwood; and five brothers. to Starke double-headers t su.ns
    Marvin P. and Vasco! V. Hnz- have tho mime time but slnglu O ,! :

    en, both of Staikp: Aubrey games will start at 8 p.m. \

    and Winfred Hazn, Oalnesvllle < _.- .....___ 'j;I. _',0 ,.__. _. .:...--JN": (' '-
    and Purvis Ha/.en. Drain

    Awning Company Funeral services were held Gainesville Coin 20 "'ord... or II'M. iyie tlfnn.......___ .D\! :MemnrluK KrtMiluUon' _-.. 60 per word

    at 1 p. m. Wednesday In Show ScheduledThis If not paid. l In mlvunr. .______ 1.13: (fertU of Thank. up tOvrr SO wurtU____ ZJtO

    Carey-Hand! Funeral Home. WeekendCoin K..y"l! or hued Ail._._..._____ 1.:1: BO word* ---- Ik' fr w.d ,
    Orlando Interment allowed' I F"w- additional word over. 2O- .05 Display ad..1n CI--'rl' <- ._1JIO par U-* "
    In the Antioch Cemetery 'PREMIUM QUALITY I' collectors and enthusIasts -
    I from throuiihout the ,FOil SALE: Tires of all ai.i.5 ;

    SouUieast will gather In Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTKKSS: PEYTON FLORIST at a real savings during Trail1

    s. POOR BOY PRICES'For 3 Woods Fires Gainesville this weekend for Cull Tho Man From' I& UI'IIOI.STEI WORKS 119 S. THOMPSON ST. erload Tire Sale. May 19-30-; \

    Second Annual Coin 7IA Lemon St. Palatkj FKEf.ead PHONE 9R4-41SS ad SFarmers .
    Here Last WeekThe the "Keystone"George 21-22. See our pan
    I Show. Furniture Repaired! MGIIT 962.4691lESTISCTIVE Mutual Exchange

    Service E. LaRue : (Tpholstered R. Refinished! I FLOWERS:
    Florida Forest The two-day event. /sponsored
    The ClalWolrl..lilt< We Wire Flowers! Ansrwh.rit.fchs FOSTER SKI SMITH
    reports three woods flies In by the Oalnesvi'le' Coin Keystone, Heights :MATTKKSSES REIHIIL1New ,I IF YOUR NAME: I IS! I

    Bradford County duilnn the Club. will be held May 2223at Inn prinjr!' FOUND AMONGCI.ASSl1'IEl (; FIIK: CLOSE-OUT First grade pencils

    -- past week with 18 acres burn the Unlvetslty Inn. Hours Consultant For All Your and rtox Springs! ) ADS. CAM.' Be each, TOe dos. $4

    ed. Since Jan. 1 there have will be from 10 a. m. to 10 p. Insurance' Needs.flepresemtlng Drop !'" A Can) or Call AT THIS TEI.F.fiKAPII. half gross. Bradford County

    I been 20 fires with 60.4 acres I m. on Saturday and from 1to .- Telegraph.. U
    Home Mobile Home Auto Radiator Shop
    or burned compared with I
    as 6 p. m. Sunday. Great Anterlran Inn. (:n. MRS. rr.fiflT: ; HIIAI.LCR: TICKET TO TilE FLORIDA .,

    This Week Only Urea and 274 acres burned: I In addition to fascinating The Trnvrlt-r li ... ('... 201 t:. Adkln St.Starke. THEATRE. ('ar Running Hot KTNOSLEY; LAKE
    during the same period displays, brouse tables and !" Atrnt' Radiator Leak weekor
    I Tel 473-4602!! Day 'I"a'oatt.N for rent

    Giant 8'x20' Patio Awning : year.No rainfall was recorded at free visitors! coin appraisals will be treated by experts to 473-4325 NiLes I II nUN :MORGAN Cleaned & RepairedNew two weeks. Modem conveniences -

    I & lined Radiators docks.
    the Santa. Fe and New Klverfire hourly\ free drawings for sliver Auto Fire Home Bunlneu WANTKD LAWN WORK. WANTKH1: I'ntrtma to take Atito Repaint & Brake :Make reservations now for

    ONLY $139 towers during the past dollars, with a $5 gold pieceto Monthly Pajrmrct Plan Aol Maintenance Phone Ml40fl3. advantage of real savings on June July and Ainrunt Phone
    .07 at High Service
    week and only be awarded Sunday.There UNICOTRAILFRIAAi
    \ 4tp 6-37: tires' during* our Baldwin 286-4477 during wek8pm
    Ernhnloll"'d Alum. White flaked Enamel land. Will' b? an awards I I ) TIRE SALE: The Right Price AtStrobo's Box
    or MRS. W. J. PINON I' :Mrs D C. Acln.

    -,. :\FISHKTIMAN You can I :May 19-2O-21-23. Come see tunnd Garage 405. Baldwin. Via :Sip 5-27
    \VK; IIS'STAU' FKKE: & GUARANTEE( All-Sports BanquetSet -l- I II I Help Wanted now get your inippllm Inrludrtc -: SAVE. Se. our ad pageA. l-t Mi.: S :.101 on Edward"
    NOTHING DOWN Farmers Mutual Exchange FOR SAlX -Westlmhoitse! re-
    For Tonight \ \ worms for fl hlnf( at Loop Rd. i
    frlsterator 140 lb. freezing'
    Ti-rn.H To Suit Your Budget -i I 12 Wides A-I Mechanic Smiths Shell Station Iwvwtry I Phone 9ftl-r:)I m' cabinet
    FOR RENT Two apart I compartment. Metal
    The annual All-Sports Uan- 6tchg : '
    5,20 Yearn
    ;, I her 20 Experience
    II ments. One 3 bedroom un 40" x 38" X 28" Telephon-
    Other Si/os & Colors Available quet for Bradfoid High ath- Custom Made I Dependable :Man Need": 5-2O
    I furnished. one 3 rooms! furnished. 94-3204 fltarke tIp

    Frcs Estimates Call Collect 3768888miiiesville letes baseball participating'and basketball In Hack will For Florida Living Only To ApplyGoetzman I r"UnNISIIF.D APART\fIr.'lTI: : Call 964-560 Call after' _trchtr'l LEVY NORMAN

    be held tonight at 7 p.m. at ret: More Bros. for r..nt.11': ''. GaMIe MartIn 3-30:: p m tfchg MAKE .

    (; Fl.i. the Officers Club at Camp YOU r rml()! Center St trchgFOR for l!l1>5 and !111611 kindergarten -I FOR" SALE-I I9W' Plymouth
    Bllln<1hlQ. i'orYnur $ I $ I I Garage : FOR SALE Phone 964-8941 Mama 4-door hard top New tires.

    Priest 4trh 9 27 1500 See at' 120S St or
    Ready mix ennrr-te. ecmt'l'f't"blrf'lt. !
    No Salaried; Commissioned SAL.E-FI11 dirt top soil
    or Hiwny 21 Phone $I7.1-n0l: : i tractor work new and awxlbulldlnjj I house pier sand. cc- rail 9fI"'-rm s'.-h, S 'nNO

    Employees Keystone Heights! Flu. I ; tippllrd W. T. Jack- mint mortar ml.. rorfc.' steel Ml

    n\D&UUADIAIL.oEN;; I BE SURE TO SEE World I con Building Material and Machinery eystr. shell lintels"merock.BRADFORDENGR. << rnofirvl. MVtlON PREVATTBURNED Plenty of room far the chil
    Why The Heat? LIKE! : TO WORK Phone M44OOI. -
    Fight Book before buying any other |! Supply. : CO. Phone B64-2S21. OUT HOUSE and dren. 8 room bungalow one

    Encyclopedia. M' A. Payne tfehxFUUNTTURE Rtarke tfrhs kit for sale 6 YOU Benefit! 700 and 29 PT cent: down.N. ,
    your local representative/ //l1 lnri f'19S5. Interested call Macclennr Al9'fR1D
    BICYCLE Olrl 26-ln Prar- 5-27 .. 311
    P. O Box 603. PhoneM437B4 3tp
    : I Youth sianflROAINS. ) tlcally new nine with whitirtm. In City walking to all convenience -
    AMSI/eson ; : tfcha | '
    Display '
    LETTerwillegar II Uwil.! I\unkbf'ds' Wire ba,kcl.. BirailnFxcellent : *. 7 room home/ nice:
    8-10-12' Wide I FOR HEVT Furnished! *
    ITNnKLIKVAnLK: You ran or Twin 39 x 72. Wood with : condition loll: W hedy: lawn Lar!e lot 1 1110' a200W
    1 '/ Rnthi morn and bath ar>artmC'nt. \V
    buy 4 rn. 7.SOxl4:\ nylon tubetlrm i| cell springs and Innersprlnamittreiwo I Madison after 5pm 9M1421. Priced at only S4.800 an1

    and Expandable: )I"u for $4U. 00 Fed. tux ( with now spreads. 2'rn:< S2Q S Water St. Phone 99-111)tt. r toed t rm .

    INC. See our ad page S. Far DESK with 6 drn-vrrs formica I 10 ser,. perfect place to "bulH
    Motors New and Used8Yr. inir Mutunl Rxchanve. top (whitel) H-30. W-29. D-14 FOR S.\LE: BY OWNER hat new! home! Only S2 7SO OO1THIH.T
    CHEST 4 drawers 11-38. W- 3 bedroom. :2 bath. Concrete t'E RE\ITT!:

    financing available. US MACHINE! !SU.K 29. D." CHEST-WARU- block home! Large Hvln AT nrniTr.i. It\TTI! 2117 N. Temple' Ave.II. .

    Singer Portables $!US & fojSINOETl RODE 5 drawers H-4J. W30. room. kitchen and dlnlnltar..a. ,\I'Tn. i .n r.. BOLT ( '. !t. liiipsss.U
    -- '- COMPANY 402 N I D-14 VarnL'hs'd wood. Good Oirair-: Central heating fCr. E.: (NNFR .4'1.U"1 Our Rental-Pur- Marlon St. Lake City Fla (I rondltl,>n. SETS OF SHELVES I, Phone JXU-5 UI :3 tp !927 Hflt..NCf: : AfiKNCTtfehf

    GIVE YOUR CARiMfSmMTT chase!' Plan-Payments 782-40m tfch |I 4 sine 1I. II. W-3S. D-12: 1 I FOR flAl-TC rViy and 1r1"'r."

    Under $;)0 Per Month 11-22. W-29. 1>-1%: :3 >VJOR OIL CO has opening<< j j I biryl. practically new SIS
    FOR SALK: 04 Hon.ln. :MotorryrH. Station : I
    for Service Manager
    Alo 1 chlrktn feeder Next
    ---- size H-28. W-24. D-14 Shrives j M.
    Windshield" on.\Mr..\ \ blue: enarnrl Item must! RO (;.wid """,,*Uon. Commission. I FOR RENT 3 rooms tar I door' tit< Flo tT Shop.Ht .

    COMFORT bnjts! Good condition Phone All or pptrate: 1031 \V. Madison bnsls. Must, be over 25 rear I: \bath furnished' cottage Phoru 1M. 1'It.rlrct..1r' for CharlesOmtld.

    NOWI 064-7081. Ito after 3 p. m. 069-1421 of age and willing to investI I 94-2281: tlcNTIU" Itp
    smoll amount of caah Call Tr
    2thg 9 20 rVR\F'AX-OA' -
    32 :lt"61. Corp want;
    : Lawton. Palatka .
    Mobile Home Sites FOR SALK-: A 3 bedroom night 37.V595A.: Itchg \ \('.\ IN THEMOUNTAINS an agency In SUirk If Intee --

    AVAILAIILK frame homes for colored, ntj I ? t-d """'UC"-t C t Whlt.hor..t
    Stark and Lawtey.. $50: down. WANTEJV-: Secretary to work FROM:., no New co'tsce In Blue Ride .'-- .. 372- 219 tfv'hg

    Pull take Privileges no qualifying. Call Phil 1 Back'! j I I In nfnre\ typing No dictation. I soil at .5. on carpools cl...nd Mountains. 10 mt from RUII I"t utFOR
    collect Jacksonville .139-2X04 Limited bookk* plnr.\ 4O hoarwerk electric BALE: On. two row AlI -
    Homestead ExemptFinancing I with" Blue Luatre R-nt crest on paved hHray Sleeps
    2t chg 0-27. Apply In pen Brad- fhsmpooer $1 I Starke Hard S comfortable Completely>> I Iita Chandler tractor with an

    1 font Enfrlnrrinjr' Co. tfchg ware.'d.Itb UtUKles. S40 "-9 ipmml. S3HOOO. Good eon-

    till'..... Contact Cart MctUatey.
    FOR SALE-Long: silk organ- per week June thru Sept

    AS LOW $ .00 Lake Geneva la over taffeta formal prom Beaaliful I,*.. FrApprared wrefcs available. Write P. 0 I IlL I. Box !t. UawtcyNKW .
    dreaR, size 12. Call WI-1391 1 I llmimt Box Drawer A Starke. PI*.
    now open Com on out folks.
    279 Trailer SalesOn 2tp 5-J7 \V I r e stately tree paved tfCTHI IND t'Jil.n HOMES:
    I hue bargains of all kind.-
    I street and close In Lot sties 'oliO"' tr iota
    AS Furniture, stoves' J1SOO.: rvfrlK'ratora -
    Hunt. boo Onf'lIIe; SRKej FOR $23.00 and other vary from 100 ft x 110 ft to FOR SAL: Good b* dnes" {'vE.ILc: :
    HENT OR 8ALB N w- :200! ft :32O ft.. !
    from '
    'stone Iielt'htsOpen appliance of all kind. Alsol by Prices and residential properties tn Down paymcnu as low a*
    ly decorated 2 bedroom house
    Sun. & Evening: I |. row. *ml hoc. L vnard Grif- 11, 0000. Make! your srlecttui Starke.: Improved and unimproved 'i I 1100 I 00. and monthly [ ymetiU -

    _0 ._h _.,. .... inurnLsbed.Phone Couple tWI-7ia3 only $7Gpa'r n, A Son, 3 miles north of now A. J Thomna. R-aI'-- H. V. 1tftl h&. P. O r.-iJ A J. Thnmaa.
    I i mox tft'hltI,Stalk, *. 2tp 5-27 T I 8fi4--.701 3'. r C J Drawer r. Ct'y. itttu R. :Utoj T. .. M4-4701.
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    STARK: FLORIDA TlirRSI \r. M\V 20. I I144f7ffffff ,,' .

    ....... .. .. .', Club
    ......".................. ..............................._......................................" Lion Donaldson.Club will prcsUeiit be Marshall: John I Melrose Man At Rotary

    KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Schaeffer Beldler. vice, second pietildent vice; George president 1 Missing After MELROSEBy Carol 'Wolfe To Be Honored

    ; Martin Ramos secre
    1 1P 1t i Boat :Mrs Grant RothhanimeiItuplical '"
    Fg i Trip
    I I tary-treasurer; Huntley Red-
    I By Mary K. Schaffs. Perfect School Attendance
    I team. Jr. tall twister: and I A.AA... A.A..AA.A."A4 For

    I ISAA *A .. AAAA...:... .......A A............ GeorgeLftRue., Lion tamer i Ray C"no, a 24 yrsr-okl
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    .. Elected to serve on the Board i former resident ur Mclnwe, ItrliUe 'I..b
    y. T 1Iv worked the hardest the en- were Tommy Mlltlcan and Joe I has been reported' mlMalnx af.I Winner ut' Meli-une Distill, F' lU.iy" June. ulll be Cal: 11\

    I I tire club was behind them and Wild j I ter snllinir from Miami un exit lliliiuw. Club fur l last week Wolf, 0.,,, In KcystortoHe ,

    I I helped with the --politicking.' LIONS WIN HONOR I March. 27 with mother man todcllver neve: Mau.lury. Cook HU.. hisTin

    II I! which Ia always work. The Keystone Club was presented n bout to the Vlrjftn Mrs. Walter J. tlrolick. lures ..1t1.WlBytRr.o1!! !

    I The McOlare "uniform' a plaque for betas the P Islands. place: Mrs. Kay UeckerMia. mint f Keyitoni HclKhts[( : tilth! SchoMmnloi

    I mas easily Identified at the fourth best club In Dlatrlcl3S- : Ills fnthor, Ovid' C3i>no. of I Phi! Kromer.plttce seeutml will be honored on that

    'metMcGLAVE I convention. and everyone I. In the Best Club Competl- Melrose, sold, l that thy left ; :Mrs. Roland Biyitn, 111MI' \, drat b) the K<-y.on': Rotary:

    I 1 !knew that Charlie had strong Ion at the convention banquet I Miami with a man\ ititinMhhHel .. ''. It. N. IJvh\l( t"n. thtrilplilcr Club fill 13 )'.'nl... of perfect

    I backing from the 18 Key- last Friday and Secretary I Flint. When they ; Mrs. C. W Ui'tt.slt-y uiiilMrs. altpmt.tiii > In the Clnv! Count'/

    \ 1 toners/ and two couples In the Joe WUdt was cited for J e i fiillrd, to arrive lit the VirginMlnnil ; It. J. Wlllliimit., fourths public W! hoot
    Hawthorne delegation who bring! one of the three beat ", ,* nn schedule. it senrrhwn pillet iimmric-lR r urot'h! -

    I wore the familiar green shirt !secretaries of the District\ rondtictetl by the Colin The Fleet Reserve ot c inuii honor Walt! Muhl-

    I and /straw beta Room 807 at This Is nothing new to Joe. tiiiiinl."Anpiirently. Gainesville met at the human hold. .. lllllt' of KfVi'. ,''HrtRntti
    h I
    the Sheraton-Tampa the who.. ha won year after year 11 they nerrrHchvtl of Mr. and Mrs Frrd Mootlv % ltd !tint\ Coral UnJ

    s' Keystone Club's hospitality/ I for being, one of the bent-or f: M NMMIMU Mild lntiiirUM | "- on Twin Ijiko.i Biuul.iy. About not burn .ubt,-rat 01 tardy t a sin

    room was.. a very popular the best secretaries In the dUtrlrt. iI. ) I In Cuba, through the StUseinbtiKxy 1)0) nttptvlfd. ale rim! diirltiir her entlro

    I place even though It was.. at \ fi have provetl fniitl Tim 0.of Kll.tni!: 1IlpU"t. ".1""too..l \unreel In addItion It

    I 'I Ithe end of the line-the elevator SPRITE IT MAIL BOXES ,,I l.*Hit. ," the rider lams suit) Church held their Mother ': I ., thus ri'mark.ibli re -ord, shft

    I line that U-being on Each ap&Ina. the Post Office: Im. ,: "Now W. lire enlisting the. nul UmiKhtrr Hniuiuet.. ob"rrvlnnFocus has IK! yi-ais of perfect attendant -

    ELECTED the top floor.It Dept designates a week In or Congressman\ 1ot..Uh.a".1) Week KYld.iy' night : r 'In" the naptl; t tChuuh

    I lUSTRICT GOVERNOR was the Unrest convention May durtnt which rural Route the Slat depiiitment In May 14. at the etlucutloniiCbulltllngr Sunday a< :'uiol to her

    o OF FLORID.LlC.. S held so far In Tamps/ patrons are encouraged to examine : i lug an 1".MtllC"U""' IIU.k-// Dr. Wilwm. win thnmxnker .rredlt

    new tS.000.000 Curtis Hlxon the appearance of their i Young flint ( ". Tiibutiwill,
    Anyone who has driven past Convention Hall. with 3.300 Mall Boxes Iroin Melrose HlKh Kdl..1! and SCHOOL NKUS: !' Cnrol nt the reirtilu' luncheon.

    the Drive-In Theatre in Keystone persons registered. A proper' box should have the Inter from the, I'mlxrrally' of On ILnpl.iv" In the hull of lurid ut this t UrnTruop ,- mt'rtlnn of .the> Keystone Rotary -
    since Sunday will know Thle I r'loi-UU, with a degree In el<>cIrUiil I lOll >ria lut Hiiturtluy ,
    was your correspond name of the owner shown on m. r II I Melrose Hoho.! were the awards | Club 01Jun" 4 In addition -
    that Lion Charlie McOlave ent's first convention and the. side of the box toward the vN Ii I vnglnverlnx. K* U murilitl retired. at. tho Stall"Mi at Luke'Yhortt thiinks tn to IhK she will rrcelva

    was elected Governor for there were many impressive carrier a* he approaches. It 1_ iy.. r i to the former Miss. sherry \ >i-t by 1\f..lrollCO Boys Athletic. Mr lU'lnii-h foi his i&rn'I'OoI- &11anU'I'OIIllI"Irt.* and citation

    Florida District 33-L at t.lw moment., such as the grand should also show the assignedbox -- Yoiiniiniiin of Miami. Trim. The awards wrrc. Runner Ity -oiiliiiMti'i- Hill Kiuk.iDUh : from Keystone business firm

    Lions ConvrnUoit in Tampa march which preceded the number. The boxes must Miss Marilyn Rushton Becomes Bride Ills father Is head of I hobluelevtnmU Up Chums C, 1)11Ocuul.\ :\: ...l 12: tVimlfi un time en nip- and civic grouts

    lat Thursday through Sat- Governor's Ball led by International be located In the direction of I and Inxti. uinnnt Runner Up, 1IMI.1\, KlveiluiuLConferrnco nut 1'.1'! <1", Uathli.iniiller.' I I

    urday. President Claude M. travel of the carrier' and the Of Com. Cumbie In Alexandria, Va. hop st the Mwlirul enter lit Chumps and Hrunfoixi t.liVd' IlitUlulli.' Itli-liiiul.. U-uixl.1

    Thl. in indeed. an honor for DeVors and his wife, followed flag tip must be red Boxes (J"ln.Avlll... Relays. Jim Ford first Woodrow Hrynn Ullly HflKHinun KEYSTONE

    the entire Keystone Club considering by other dUnltarles. who and supports should be! kept MINt Marilyn Anne Rushton Mrs Ru"hton11''' a mauve Nhllt Nil; Myrll t>Ntsld-H. >ivteronil. \ John Chuniblpi* OriryTrxkle. Drive-In Theatre

    it is small In membership Include! our newly electedD11tt painted and free from runt. and Commander Lorendo An silk crepe drew'' with lace ai!>- T'vff.tffffvffftvvfyrINDIAN l. Broad Jump; Ro)" lji"rci\ce H.IIIH-I. Rudy 11"I

    but large in work 'ict Governor and till Postmaster Gladys Ttllls drum Cumbie. U. C. Navy, were plaque and mauve afceiwoitesMrs. IV-ckhuni thl....&. till: yard High I l)xmi\>'lr,. Piiulllient llIrr"I. PH.. -M.iv: 21. 22

    capacity While Charlie and wife. And. of course there will appreciate your taking married In. military ceremony \ Furrrst wore a blue silk hurtles; Jim Ford thud, UlsIMIH : liuliUln.. and Charles.

    I, hi* wife. Kitty probabbFREE were lighter moments. Including part In this program of Improvement on Saturday. May 15. at xhantung dress with white ac BEACH : hobby' llson. fourth. Milt C),mubeeAhwrf. --J: 10_.. "7NtJ
    a parade street dance In the the F lrlln.ton Methodist" cessories.' Run. | Hl'IlUO'l\I'lIIl1n furnl.hvd f .. -
    !: U. S. GOVERNMEN1HOOK : appearanceof Church in Alexandria, Va The couplrt) left the church f"6PlCASVfC
    I fashion show, and midnight your mall box.I.ET (lake Santa t'e) The miniiiil.. Family Dinnerfor a chltkoii ,dinner for this
    ON HEARING AIDS the Rev Paul Martin was the officiating under a sword arch formed Hi-nuts, and C W OtxMlwIilItave -
    dip In hotel pool. 8 CLEAN IT Putnam County 'If..t '
    '. "Hearing 1 saga Hope Thru It would be safe to say that THESE VACANT LOT minister and was by Commander Jerk
    n ar'h" those who attended the convention Many of our residents do i assisted by Rev William Ji Cum. Richard Kaufman. Lt. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThis ut IMtittkn. Illxli Hl'h'11 l C'ln'Re'I'' ..........
    Write i Cumbie. brother of the groom Com (lereht\ Pulley Lt Rus- I '
    or Call lime 4th Qunrteilv. Contrr-i,
    home bit \ .
    came a not know there Is a city law Thiimfliiv.. \May 13 at 6-30 .. ClNfMAKOeifefeA
    time I I The bride '1s the daughterof !ell of Puneoclmr. Lt l1oo.nMc'Knillht column may sound like I : I I'C'l1l1tlllll",1
    GainesvilleHearing --ry-llul a good was requiring" owners of vacant IIUNO 1 attending !frum Mrlro
    Mr ant Mrs. F.ull A and Lt Arlrn Urtg- "Hi-Hove It Or Nut" IhLi '( mi nt> tinge'' )
    had by a1LIncidentally lots to keep them clear and I I I" writ'<< Mr. and Mrs,. Fled
    Aid Co. the abovementioned Ru."hton of Keystone Hi>Uhts.j week, but hon<>'''lly If you -- --- --
    funillv. Mr end
    a sate condition. gers.For Young and ,
    Iin and the bridegroom Is the' son traveling. '. the bride know my Jack: you t-uit believe .
    610 N. Main GahMWVUI, sin on the marquee How can a parson co about j |I I Mis Howard Morris, and
    S76-O095: at the Drive-In wu !I of Mrs.. U R Forrest" of Lake wore, a mint :green linen dress this for h*! told It with I .
    put getting a vacant lot cleanedup CUll II I. Mr and Mrs Otnur
    Dallas. 1'l'u"Ol"t'n with matching Jacket. and I out that "certain" twlukld InhU
    there by Wslly Muhlhofer and ? I !Huff nnj IVUv. Mr ami Mrs.
    In marriage. by her white accesrrlea.After rye f)4tuiUay 1II 'nlllll. hf! .
    I II ,
    Himtley Redffsrn Sr.. bothRotarian.
    The following applies to any I I Ili-nry Wllllanw, unj Mis m l y
    I to1 '
    .. with the permission | length white crepe' sheath with a wedding: trip was fUliiug slung when his'
    I lot or property within the 'I Maude Comer 1 '
    MURRHEEInsurance a detachable train border- Puerto. Rico and the Virgin ahlitcr bfcanuf rulangleU! InUio
    of the of the
    owner theatre the
    city whether you are the own I I A business" mrrtlm and
    also Rotarian. Another with a drtartiate train bordered Iilaiwls. the, a example er or not: I liiHtiilliitlon of new officerswin
    Agency with a wide bind: of embroidered home In Arlington: Va Ito gave hi. lice a UUUi.
    of the feeling
    good existing : Ux. din
    I. See the City Clerk at City I i held piiM-tHllnii
    between the two local I I ros's The bodicefeatured The' brute graduated from, 'I\aldl. wind s.1. tlio butt cauii) .I I'
    1111. and show her on the' ncr
    General Insurance service clubs. the. same embroidered Florida Buutherit College In galling tliiuuglt th. air al i'
    map the lot feel should be Illinrv ('ont..& Winner
    FIKR- C<\M'! .\LTT :\t.". you 1, roves around the waist. lakeland and l U with tvlta I IIt'v..n |sound bass nut. laiwtuisl I
    NEW LIONS OFFICERS cleaned up because: It 'Is a At the Mrlririe Public Ubittiy -
    l KINK: .t'TO-BON. Her veil of French silk II- Air tine'' In WsHltlngton. D I by Uiv line A sliver ut skin Threeduv
    Those who will l take office I ha. .a1\1. apex, house on
    Kevvton lUlrhts. 4TS-47M I luiton was held in place I by a C Commander Cumhlft gisdusted was hanmiig belilnd the first folluwlnii
    next month In the Keystone J. The clerk' will send the | Mnv U tlii
    headpiece of one large silk or- tram Merrer University litiiue of Its mouUi. the tune JI&'k"tl.'ullt..L
    owner a form stuHni that the winners of the Hunk (
    1 ganau i rone., She carried a garden and ls on duty at the. NavalAir' caught: uu lliU and the took uiimiimei-U. :Std
    lot must be cleaned' In ten' were :
    of ..nth.r..ct Andrews Air about tout from Its
    bouquet rectify
    roses a.
    FrigidaireMaytag Zenith day, or the cltt 1111 clean It was rAtt--J..rl. !: name' Ut Third
    and charge in* owner carnation* stephanotl. I Fore Baser' Washington' D C utouUil IU y ClrlffUi has now ami 4th (lrau,>s Vk-kl Mo. Some of the Best Things
    anj Ivy. cascading from oiwwhll > Out of town guilts st the claliiu'd to have dale time stun 2ml
    Motorola Heaters 13. ff the' owner cleans' the I rim. tat: Betsy ll.ililt'll
    Siegler lot. fine; If not. the clerk will *' orrhl.1 wedding Included Lt, Col. and thing. about u iiionlh eau but Fourth. nuts. Shelly 11..1.1en. Come Out of Savings
    Miss Marten teals was Mrs. B. W KtiAliton of ,ltn- did not. date to tell>| It because" Iktwin, 3ud
    advise the city foreman to da lilt: Hummv
    Feddera the work. maid of honor and wore' a lelgh. N. C.: P. A. Riuhtoit.Memphis. no our "wouM" ever believe hums Fifth Irude. tiillvn: Hiyant,, Bank Books!
    I full-length sheathof Mr'stxl Mrs .
    pale green Tetin -elUur.Thu Jeff Miller' 211.1.l Hlxtli
    4 The city foreman will IrUh linen Hh cwrrlej a R. A. Kunhton. Jr Atlanta, Clunk, Turtle family. ;
    YEOMAN'S Sales clean the lot rude. Miidulvil' Wviihorst
    & Service and give the
    I basket of dsUles and of !Lb. bride MrIK.nth relieved family tillserk ,
    Ivy brother
    clerk cost for doing the I IIle" list Until "" ,,,d. 2n a
    Lt. Col Walter P Cumbie. Houston Texas I had lint. heard"
    II; Davis. They Grade Connie Morris hat home for the' family a college/ .....111'11.
    MELROSE work. U B of the ., the and rldi'xt. CliuckI -
    PH. 475-2271 Army brother sister of groom: hum twit .on 2nd 1I"h.: .
    Charles MrOuffey
    of he mistwnnyd
    lion for I the (rhllilrrn.: i many (
    ft. The clerk will bill theowner groom served a* best man I Hf'fIdlf") Kapler of M"mn. ClaPrlwm. I since: the lust of Maicli th Clrsile ('..rnl Clilnpplnl.,
    at the rat of $1 per i Pat las any worsted.. << im.>tlier ( things& In life eilart Milh the firwl"

    "Quality and Price"I i iI lot for mowing, and M per would! dill I called in the Red. trade lets;( *IVnUe Ii(Dllile.,.vl"l :2ml IlrsnMev Tenth entry In n savings/ hunk |book! lire

    I hour for time spent b7. (''''.n.up crew If the owner Members will meet at China tit Check Ix'caiiHnChiukl Twelfth Ut.Wllltl'r. Wilson rimllniiril. with regular IVIOHM| | .

    I doe* not pay. the coat can be Ht Anne's ,perish |house at 10 Marl been extremely com t tn .n happy ending with fullillmentif !

    ., applied to next yesr's tax bill r a. m. Friday. May :JI. Thor thoughtful slxiut writing Itseem I n rlirrlnhrrf.. ilrriini, !S.i 1\ lnvf iimkes
    thinly Holden won the pulsefor
    We hate In mind some'I needing' trantportallnn will he had .been In Nevada Child's burden of the illffrrrnre .lirlvtrrn, Hl.hliii{ und 11.\\
    corner lot. thai are no groan contact either Mrs Emily: .n rlulil weeks survival her
    I INfit
    KEYSTONE( HEIGHTS-MELROSE Verses"' a* the bent III the
    up with brush the visibility la lnon at 473-3013. or Mrs I HalnliiK/ ii. Iii and Ju.l 04 lie show.NOV. '

    Imp asiblr when one approaches E an. 473-4748 aUu- the Interaecllon chapter will enjoy a I UU people M'OI'T' NEWS:
    The luaus. only s>" >ill KEYSTONE STATE BANK(
    BUSINESS DIRECTORY Cutting such loU would rediire covered' dinh luncheon 12.30;: let him know "You d better Troop 100 will hsv Its

    the poMtbility of an accidenton p m. Ttuirftdnr." May 27 In csll your.. Mollirr'' ThU he!' did I charter presentation on
    this sort of Internectlon. the Community Church educational IminedutHy aril| they age g'wl' Thursday May 2I>. Kvvrynrin Member r'.IM.C.. Key-lone eighty< Hi..
    "courtesy Senior Cltlsrna Interested' In the M..lrn i.
    which 1s known a building doing hue
    lo irp,rl he U "
    to observedIn / aiwl troop I I..* Invited U> attend "'OUf Friendly I link In Your KrlrndlyCommunity.
    ANTIQItKS(. AUTO SERVICE NITRSERV comer, with no stop-signs Month 1s being Home friend. of Mr "
    designate which approach his.. .11 clubs end chapters with Mra John Rhauxluiresy have Court of Ifrmor alit, slur b- ( ) .

    The Martin's Place TERRELL'SGulf O.C.Carnes NurseryIliway right-of-way Do you know old I sperlsl programs (luring May ircently spritl, a plimaaiit' vat ,! I I.
    any such corner? If so. report. 1 Mrs Axel Mslmgrrn asulslcdby alion with them Mr aril Mrs i iJ I. .-
    HI 21 between Mlro* I. A
    way ServiceNEW 100. Ftorahoms. -JJ I I
    and It. I Mrs Jsnvs lurkett and KeystoneANTIQUES Miles IK: of mark
    a rEn: TOLtM nol.F'KH: SEWN: Ralph Copeland are srrsn- down u. stay with DieHliaughnrasys

    From S3 00 Up AU Slime Narwry Stock .. Thou The second round of thrChr1loWfr.e Ing spwctal. musical program with wham, AUTO
    LabrtralUaItatterte* -Ae r**. ands of Plants tt Fruit 'U loi
    t'"F.U! rTRNrmti Tournament wa A cordial Invitation extended they han Is-rum rleiuls( C & C MOTORSIxxuled
    mnr PKLL. TRADE OPRTf T A.M. 7:30: 4TS-4t7 P.M. | Trim tl) chorw, "..,.. ff r. I played on Thur..:!.,. May IITh to all interested per wet 20 yeah Mr Vcllil -,. Supermarket
    HWtkU '
    Tru worth withstand .tie. KystM* Mtad Tr***. rv.rgr.n.: *! tournament started April sons but please\ provide your It la" his first vox.:a I Ion of coin

    Test. of Time.* it Lan..lon. Heights On Illwuy IIIO--.I'hune< I7.'J-I: tJJIJ! :

    n.clldlDda: ,.* I HENDERSON'SService time. Camellias plant A I until May 31 at the Key (0IMfMTY CHI 1111Ry inent away from all th* "goIn |I

    PHONE : ISAPPLIANCES atone Helihts Country Club Helen" Igsn slid seeing that, usually
    Center !. \t. do your .....,.. .pins *
    .... 4UM-M43 MgkU sad In the. "hole .event law Net, On May l. about 10 members Involved In a vatsttuti North Central Florida's Only Auto Supermarket
    ( Standard Oil Prorfaetsi. was a tie between Mra Ale\ and frietMl enjoyed tb* Mrs Connie lljriililll gave

    ROAD HMtVICK Brokss And Mrs" Charles\ H Family Nhehl covered dish us several gas.J patches .this ,.---- -

    T V Service Center I I Johnson. Outboard EAI. ESTATEHO.Nr i lamer supper and program Hostesses time Kite his fiml. quite a few All Current Year
    Sale A *
    OolfLeoson -
    1 The third Pre, (rasp for the dinner were aiemben JodumiivUln I h.rml'fdo..11 Attention
    ..... Tackle N..d.grgNpwtS.a1eTraUe |Iara4.d > I
    THIF.: **r
    t. IU P.rW .c Iramepeen.on Orolle!
    Pro IUM
    Walter !
    given by of Mrs Buddy
    was Webb slid::!
    Authorized Motorola rifles! ..s .. I S ".. Seth K. fill I Gene Makes & Models
    1 iriwg vilesthest on Monday. May and Mrs Mara MclXmald'sCircles gut 14 bus- Mark TltomiMunaiMl
    Sal* and FUEL OIL-KEIUMEKBIntersection perrkI MOM and DAD!
    !' On An MainTV Hwy 21.100Teya4nta. sir conditioning IT. with 20 In the clans These Jim )IliiriM got sla thai Slant !I.eMS 'Iban trIO lees
    4TS4MTIKKAUTY .... avr
    R UtIO tTEREOOIAK HsifMs Urg* r rmrr '\ .. i'ol(; ( That t (furYou'v
    (' TV' f I >4aygr.. 4 a a 4 T._ and are very Inntructlvas I membrrs of the choir as honored and Linda. ,Hearork. got IDslirlkrrsckers
    Work Gu.mate' TV Rentals SHOP t.e.rh.S.E.McKay. well .. enloyabl guests the Youth FVU.r : for a two dayscatih. ". Hren "Promising.

    JI,47.MM 47S-4U1 I j, AARr n"n", r.MM .hlp group entertained in I' stud nests, b<1's. Kiev {For Graduation: / On-The Spot.

    SUPERIORBuTee Realtor \ Br Helen. Fg.. "..aUTn style Mr Frank I| Broadway and titan liuvis' of Bank Financing
    Air Conditioners HARP Chapter' 374 held Its ; lluen. program chairman, was Keystone llrUhls gut 13 base $200 and Up i*

    Salon KKYSTONF.: nr.Jr.JITI!! tame fMy on May 17th In 141Ann.'g I Ii called away due to Illness' of Mrs t) yl* J.m-. arruniponied >

    10% ."NOT*extra ToutfiatJlation ) 3peeI&tslat laFORMA P1an. 4TS-4SU !|i pariah hews A honrv- her father so Richard T Loyrn I .. Mrs (rick Hilllsrd toUilUnsii. Hrinic( Other Dealers' 3 3A

    '. of bingo was en- served s' matter of trrr- C.. IMI MoiultyTriey .
    W_twr ...Jore.<. T-V AIL orTtnttng V.A1TTCULTL1E type! gam 3i
    Refrlcvr l_ at INarmntlTlee f UESTAirRANTSBeidler's I }oye
    WHh Beetle. X>y*<"4r' -BtoaehlngCtiuanc 1, the" simple prfavs The chapter I tunes was led l by Carol I I illlllurai I m>xhr Mr.i Don't Let That i:
    Holiday t the door prker. .. /mpnnt; l on UK i with them.
    Ns4.ral1r Curly HairOBM appreciates Warren T. ''A. Hweat. home
    WHEELER'SDiscount AndVetll Beat It !
    donated by Wally MuhihoierI steel guitar bv Inre Andrew 1 will" guest, iBRADFORD
    I f are T. a ..... 6 I> y Restaurant Ml Hwv t !
    Store After 3 By Apon' ntmnt Only was ale to have three ton. Rene B.-lnt.. In hillbilly of Krsncea. and IMik for a Hill Graduate Down! .'
    Otrvn Ave. R'.r Oo-op Fvt Prod MmVratHrOPTN Piked I I I.I 1I.thornI'mlJoon Join w costume end pigtails. sangseveral rultZ Just Ask The Folks

    Between MelrM *\fr.t.JtOCF.Kty.4ar4R. K..,..._ 'I.1Ib. /it-1330I ': T DATA WF.rKt.TAla : for their fist gam Al Mrs .....*. acrompanylmi\ O Lynn U" in O.lnvUlr, .
    ,\/ PuS r-' .-...La.ram.... Iota WA ( -'- read.
    Aria REPAIR I I errs: and Woman Club I "The Fathers. sv4r d up and.. her family cvmom and See Us First If!

    I! r.\WS MOWERS t Bkirk If.....a of R4 IJgtit. >I I president In Hawthorne: Mr. things with harmonica pl.,. Peggy Ksln/ Mr inn had an
    Goetzman Bros. KRgTrNL: IIRILIlrllAt Connie Earl: 1,, and Mrs. Mary. I Ins by Marvin IL Homer and appointment al the University Full Factory Warranty

    Go tzman Bros. i| _na. As Mrs. A/inU Le* ,.I John W, Klngabury and his of PlorfcU Medical Center for

    GarageREPAIR I:RED CARS iI Dunwoody had to miss this ukulele' Thr was .!. an a nmk-up' After this
    WORK Garage I I I teem day, due to her beingconfined exhibition of aqusr dancing lup> on Mor 1r. he will bags

    MOTOR ROOT PATNTiN42PORTABLT FrmnrkUM fV.Vr FV* Hanks Used Can lo a wheel chair.Mrs. I|I br several eouples. | sritn minor worry. on Tu'- // We Haven't Got It --- We'll Get It!

    WPLDIN4) I 'roll e5i: LAWM. MOW Allc Meu. pUred a lucky I Everyone la moot apprwlstrv i dar ire I* expected' to stay in

    AIM Lswa M_ -. "'" / Al else. A All )CUM and 3-T Shop 'card for br, winning twice.\ of the eonp ratlon andspirit f|I O.lne ft>UL. until Uv stiurh
    IIALF.S A M. tV1CRWe &tour of I .. .. TWO OTIIKK: \TIONSTOSKHVK, : : ): VOIK. /
    )!..-- Sea Trade Tli* f'he oirr plans a of he ,''OuCh. well asthoo are removed sw Urxnt Lurs
    n_y -
    ,....... ASKeyMon u.k. .
    Hwr 21 Kyon. H",M. H..U Hlwmy. is*. I ... lIoaua i the FVw' .r Hhow. spneMoredbr whn work with them In Lrnnl? 120 4 :. ITnlur"lty l Ave? (;CulneMvill !I'hone 312.t4x; :';
    Next to Drnre-in TlMMrvPWe ft Mark the Better ClUsens Club. i th* enurrh and civic enteran .- Mr. Tin. i: eikkcher and
    4TS-JIS4 T3J1Mlltway ( ; ,:.1,......lit... l'hen. 3TA.I4l: !)
    lUwthorn 'ibwd
    KriPU .-.-. 47I-42U andvr tn* Education Depart I t1aM.I Mrs. L B. NiermUm left' .last
    Ntt' *. .... 4TJ-J1JJ 21 K.yuetaa. j
    t.aC' ,
    mrrtt" of the Florida I (Cofttl- seat p.g.. tsaatls.d on "N' ..t Pag.r

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    MAT *.
    u TI11TBSDAT. 1965

    r bars and two visitors.! I ago will be sorry to learn of Chapter Session and reportthey Jengloln of Irvington.' N. J. ,I !ces.-.Mrs. S. C. Price teacher I me RIGHT rocti' <.* <*_-
    KEYSTONE Nell Pearce Circle met his death la Georgia last had a wonderful tlratf. and Marian., Dill of West Orange write. Com faa
    Tuesday morning May 11. at I weekend. The funeral waa held Edythe la Worthy Matron of N. J. On a vacation, trip NOTICE! I rivet your favorlU ESTER.
    HIGHLIGHTS the home of Mrs. J. W. Van Monday. He was an employee the Keystone. Chapter. Mr; to Florida they were alghtueeing Dell Chapter No. 168 will BROOK Fountain Pea. TELE-: :
    Buskirk of Keystone Club of Clay Electric. and Mrs. Azzle Williams went at Daytona Beach Silver CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBJE meet Thursday night May 20. GKAPtl.Hactla .

    Estates with MJ..,. :Kick Chab I We are sorry that. this column later in the week and joined Springs, and Tampa later at 8 p. m. in the MasOnIC Hall

    i From preceding: page) presiding in the absence of Is sparse! this week but Tine and Edythe for some of in the week.W. on Brownlee Street. All members -
    I the circle leader. Mrs. I, B. we were out of town. and have the festivities. M. Sltttto returned to : ENDS SEASON 'There were four consecutive I II are asked to please be Notcbwfc .2.21 at She

    i r< The\ :Men's Club will meet Tyre brought the devotional, lad very little time to writeIt Called Mrs. Pat NorBWOrffliy his home near Hampton Tuesday -I WITH STARTLING 'I hits which led the home team present and: on time. -Rev. TELEGRAPH.JIOTICK -

    rPi lit i 7 :30 p. m. Monday\ May and Mrs. A. E. Anthony prenwited in. since there la a deadline. to ask: If she had any news last :week, after several 7... RECORD 'I, to a 8-4 victory over the Damon Dell. W. P. Sister Al
    24, in the educational bulldlii the Royal Service pro. Perhaps next week. we can terns and It seems the rime lays treatment at Baptist I The most exciting fame of Hoinets. The Tiger pitcher? tai* B. Bacon. W. M. I. :
    As their project la the gram. The hostess served ieTeshnients make it more complete-moie ng of the phone caught he Hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. the entire season for the RJE'' You guessed It. Neal Marshall CHURCH NEWS CffMnty. "'1.,1... I. .
    er Jloapltal Ship "Hope." a mo- to eight! members. a cross section of the activitiesof Just as she stepped Into the and Mr*. B. B. Good- Tigers was the one against' struck out 11 Hornets. He Greater Allen Chapel AME .t !>.. 1S-4IMI

    Seth VH will be shown relating to Harriett Kelly Class met our little bee-hive of a boat to go fishing with her ton of .ATlornl were vi ltlng Carver High of White Springs. finished the season with a remarkable Church. Sunday School at 10 Humid, 1>D. Smith Hmlth Plaintiff I> rendunt.NOTICW viMarlnia ,

    that program. I Monday night, May 10 at the ,, ,guest, Mis. Guy Andrews of her for a few day. this week After being defeated by Lincoln 3-0 record. Hooray with Miss Fannie Bell Frazier '! TO'' APPEAH:
    on The) Men Prayer Group I home of Mrs. Gertrude Nicholas .. town.Miss Marilyn Bridges, Jtarke. I told her to let me) with her ,parents Mr. and by a score of 12-7 in a I for Neal. We11 surely miss !in charge. Morning service at To: Marlene. U. Smith AddrnxiUnknown. ,

    a meets tills evening at the at Lake Of'neova.with the 'dauglier of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I hear a loud veil U they got n :Mrif. C. A. Cox. game which. Cleveland Davis him next season. 11. Evening service 6 p. m. You are. "*r< by notified thata
    eh home of William Reynolds. Sr president' :Mrs. Nick Chab, I Bridges! of Lake Geneva left 'whopper but here it 1* press Mrs. Jetmle Ohantaln attended got hU first hit a homer and Well thus final victory cap-: All members and friends are >.ult for Divorce h... been
    The Board of rrustee&flpetflh4 presiding.! The hostess! served I lost Friday for Kingston. Jamaica time and no yell yet-Oh I the Croft-Alderman: reunion Rufus Dinky: tripled, the Tigers pod the initial season of the invited to attend these serv filed airalniit you.In. the abote
    and .
    named Court and
    yu.are '
    on May 3. decUed to refreshments to nine members where she was to meet well-maybe next time I nar Oluntee Sunday. went on to dawn: Carver FUthting Tiger baseball! team. ices. Rev. L. A. Sampson! required to nerve a copy of
    call a special' meeting- the during/ the social hour following sonic friends and tour the Mr. and Mrs Albert Van Madonna and Phyllis Meng High in an extra-inning: And it ended well. too: witha pastor. your answer ur pleading to theaninplalnt

    membership for SundaY May' the business meeting. Mrs. West Indies and the Carib- Netta have had the pleasureof were hotttcsses> for a slumber thither here in Tiger; territory. 7-4 record and a Consolation Bethel Baptist Church. A 11...on. flenrg-t the Plaintiff H. Plrn-e.Attorney ..
    23 ut 1:30: p. m. in the educational >nmon Ward: 1 tI! class teacher. bean area! for several weeks. having their youngest son and swimming' party last Fri Carver scored two unearned Trophy at the Mebane Invitational Revival is In progress now p. O. Drawer 1030 Stark.. FIlL
    E building. Purpose of Mrs. Walter" Bachmann was Mrs. Daisy Hall who has Dale at home on the lake day evening. May 14, at the runs In :the top of the first Tournament. Rufus that will last until Friday and rile the oriental In the or.rice .
    the meeting is to place before hostess to members of the been visiting her son In Hawthorne with them. He lives In Ft. My- home of Mr.\ and Mr,. Franc 1 Inning. Then the Tigers cameto Donley: a Senior held the night. This is a city wide event Court. of on the or Clerk'before of the the Serb Circuit day

    the membership the new Dorcas Class on May 13 at a Calif for the last six ers and came up and did some Meng on Hampton Lake. Nine bat and first batter. Coy highest batting average of the and all well wishers are incited of Ma,.. .8.5! otherwise the alli -
    B sanctuary building proposals. lovely luncheon and business months. writes friends here lading and visiting with his girls were present for the oc Jackson! with his "keen eye' season! to attend.Rev. A. Vln- be>aatlon taken> of cc aald confeennt Complaint by yon.will

    foi their consideration. meeting at her home In Park: that she will be home soon. >a rents. casion. drew a walk. Bobby Williams Both Coach Bradley and son pastor. 'This' nolle irtwll be DuhtlnhMone
    NEWS FROM ST. of-the-Palms. Mrs. Bachmann Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mickle If you\ want a glowing report Dinner guests at the home the 2nd baseman. struck out I I Assistant Coach Alexander expressed DEATH AND FUNERAL r each week. fiir four conecntlve -
    IM.IAAfS rave the devotional, and Mrs have moved bade to their of a trip to Nassau I do of :Mr. and Mr*. Paul L, Bute then Truman Strong hit a' satisfaction with the Mrs. Rebecca Brooks died County. Telegraph weeka In the Bradford

    Sunday Mass through thE J. O. Bowen spoke briefly to IakeI-m'IOf'11ev&l: home after not know which couple to tell Friday ever ng.' .May T. in- double sending Jackson all the infant team and are looking Sunday night at 9 p. m. at I Dated tble 2tth day of iprllt .
    siimmi-i will continue at 8 a. the members. Class officer an extended stay In Gaines you to talk: to. Virginia and cluded Mrs. Nora Payne. and way to third base. He came forward to an even more successful Bradford County Hospital C6 s.
    m Mass will continue to beSlIld .are: Mrs. A. O. London. presU : ville. Their many friends are Johnny Ross or Tom nad LU- daughter Mrs. Sherra ! home on a balk and Strong I season next ;year. "Al Funeral services will be held OBAL CIIARIJ: ) A. DAHHT

    at St William's on Tues- lent: Mrs. S. 8. Moody. sec- !' happy to have them back. ian Norwood. Virginia andfohnnv and won, Mr. McLeod and later scored on a sacrifice though we're losing some good at Ebenezer Baptist Church Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Ui/ morning: at 7:45.: etary: and Mrs. Bachmann Lions District Governor- recently! returned :Mr. Thomas, .all of Orange fly The Tigers then went onto 1 boyswe still have quite a bit Saturday at 2 p. m. Rev. E. By. Beulah )I. )loudy.D..p..t7 ,

    '1 inltv Sunday June 9.wI teacher. elect Charlie MoOlave and his from this popular Island and Park. score five runs on good I of thunder left for next season D. Robinson, potttor will officiate. Clerk flit 4t ./:::O
    be the last opportunity Your' correspondent Is hap wife,, Kitty. George and MaryK. hey just love It. FVervthln. Mra. Thelma Millican of hitting. ," comments Coach Brad. : .
    fl11'( i Catholics!! to make their 7'to have Mrs. Fred" Ellis Schaeffer, Joe and Helen went fine all the time except Ocala, and Mr. Hilda Giltfttit'and Neal Marshall] the outstanding I I ley. Survivors are a devoted husband -

    Ii 1965 Easter Duty. buck In the saddle" as rewter Widlt. Frank and Dot Nooney each! time food was set be- daughter Anne of Miami pitcher who was so' Graduatingwill be Truman Columbus Brooks; three I FOR LEASENew
    Mass on June 4. the First for First Baptist actl- and Willis and Charlene Ches- fore them aboard slilp-oopsexcuse [ were guests. Friday at dynamic in his last appearance Strong Neal Marshall Rufus sons. Moses Brooks, Jacksonville : ,
    Friday of the moivth. will!:! be /ItlM. There Is too much go- ser attended the fine dinner please' ? the'borne of Mrs. T. F. Drown. won his game again.<< At Donley Cleveland Davis. Henry : Haywood Brooks. Three Bay

    RI 7-30 a. m. at St. Edward's nn on there to be overlooked! and Ladles Night at the Mucclenny Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Norwood Mrs.' Mlllican und ..Mrs. Grif I the end of the seventh' Inning Danzy, James Butler Edward Starke; and Columbus Brooks. rOn OIL SJR\: ICE
    Church in Starke nd Mr Ellis! is in a position Llona Club Monday have also just gotten back Ath;are nieces of Mrs. Brown.OA'RmptuMto the scores were tied. 7-all. Top'I Parks. Harrington Chandler Jr.. St. Petersburg; six daughters -, Station on U.s. SOl Nest

    MUST BAPTIST CIITRCII !n know what it Is. night. The dinner was preceded from' the same rlI>. They went I of the 8th. Carver High went Larry Griffin and Cornell Mrs. Jannle Wheeler Farmer 3farket.

    Faye Taylor Circle of thtIlrst ( MM.! Wlllit ChessfT. anoth- by a cocktail hour at the on the'S. S. Florida on a four At Kaptlot Church Girls' Atix-1 3 up. 3 down. Marshall was Williams. Alachua: Mrs. Accey: Ferll No K'p rtenrIaid Necessary-
    Members of the
    : Baptist WMU met Tuesday 'r Convention attender en- home of Mr and Mrs. Bill day tour and were accom: : I retiring them In order. Bot.I I FASHION !HOW II Jacksonville: Mrs. Rosa Bell TralDlac-8elDe

    afternoon. Mav 11 at th oyed seeing her sister.!! Mrs. I Knabb in Macclenny.: panled by Mr. Norwood' I lllary Church of observed Hampton. Baptist'FocusWeok' I Ii I; torn of the eighth. Larry The Home Economics Department William West Palm Beach; Financing AvaJlabr*.
    horn1 of Mrs. L. H. Peeler' on Tlrnmv: Martin who live In While attending the LIons brother and his! wife of Miami. with I I Brown on second. MarshallMlammnd will present its annual Mrs. Bernice Morris. Starke: '
    Brooklyn Lake. After the bus!- IMmtri and is employed in a Convention In Tampa George Our two boys Jeff and T. C. i ernl! events,' May during 9-16 the week.A lev-i. a homer that has not Fashion Show on Sun Mrs. Vlena Washington Daytona For Further Information

    ness meeting! conducted by auk; there Mrs. Chesser' and and Lucille Massa enjoyed are looking forward to an fashion shoW at. been found yet. That was the day: May 23. at 4 p. m. In the Beach: ; and Mrs. Grace Writ
    the leader Mrs. Stella Stan- Mrs. :Martin ave! the former seeing Lucllle's brother, evpnlnsr out on Tuesday.! At day that was: Marshall went cafetorlum. You\ and yours Long. Starke. ALso 19 grandchiLdren TRAVIS 3IAT1ILS;
    last Wednesday evening
    IiI lev a program on missionariesIn Charlene and Henwe Lou Wayne Croft. and his wife the Holiday Inn in Guinea: meeting Illustrated the purpose,I all the way. got a triple a are invited to attend and see and 33 great-grand P. O. Boa 3137,.-Fbu Htm. F.Jackeosivilk .

    the Viet Nam war area' was Dennla. tuhrcrn/' of Mr. and and sons, who live In Tampa vllle. the Lions Club will be of the <<11'111' missionary organization homer towruns batted In some of the latest fashions children.
    presented bv Mrs. Walter Mrs. Candy Di-nnls: who operates host to a bnnquet for the using various costumes and struck out 10 of his opponents shown and the correct way to
    i Bachman. The devotional was Candy's Gulf station three srml-flnalUt In the to tell the history of GA' winning! by a score wear certain fashions for
    conducted( by Mrs. Edith in Keystone.' "Policeman of the Year" a.1 work and the different phones -I of 97. special occasions.:: -Mrs. O. W.

    Jewlson. The hwtess assisted Those who knew: Leroy Melrose/ ward. The boys will host their of the work from Bible Then the Tigers Journeyed George teacher' CENTRAL AIR CONDITION

    by her daughtcr-ln-law. Mr Huff who llvM with his famIly grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Dyal. study to camping. Taking j I to Mebane and suffered a Class Night will be held
    Lucille MIzclL served refresh in the Don Morgan homeon For this occasion. It Is quite aspecial part were Nancy LejHeter. I shameful 6.0 defeat. But Wednesday May 26. in the
    incnts to nine regular mem Lakevtew Drive some years [From Preceding Pap thing to UH. for my Gloria Rhoden, Vicky Uyal.I came buck with a stunning 9. cafetorlum. Come and enjoy
    father, the late Truby Dyal 2 victory over Carver High in of -
    ence of the Mrlrose Methodist Alma lUnson. Sandy Young-I an evening: fun, with the
    -- had small hand In trainIng" White Springs. Andrew Tim- seniors. .NOW.
    a Elaine Youngblood, KJain :-
    Church will b<, held Tuesday blood, .
    I of two of these men when Kennan. Maria :Moaher:\ I mona. was the winner of that TIll'RSTON ELEMENTARY .
    night at 7:39: ( with Rev John *
    I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE I M. Bikes, District SUPlI'in'tendent they were rookie polcemen. Joan Htnnon Jounn. Salter, game, allowing only three hits/! Listen I We are announcing
    presiding. Officers The trio are Emory Knight. Elaine Jones Susan\ Dyal. and, I and two runs. He' looking :the two last activities! for the

    964-26M I I will be elected for the church Buck Snowden, and Preston Evelyn Jones; ,.of the Junior good and should], see more action year. Baccalaureate services General .3 ElectricBuy
    DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home year and 1 goals will be announced. Richardson. T. C. [ITruby Ga's; and Debbie Carter, iJeb- / next! sea-ion.. will bf held: Sunday. May 23.
    Clay ton to attend in Back home again the Tigers at I 11 "
    Officers and members 1 plans b.l.. Hill Debbie Hicks Elizabeth a. m. The sermon will
    DeWitt C. Jones Itcjrfstmd FOnenl DIndeI are urged to be present memory of his namesake and Jones. Pnt Raley, Wendy faced Mebane for their final be delivered by Rev. Vlnson.
    Stark., Fla. The Christian Fellowship Preston\ RichardSon and his Hill and Carolyn Kennan In-I game, of the season. This time Class Night program will be Top Quality and Service

    Sunday School Class meetingwill wife are our Jeff's godparents. termediates.: )11'8. Horace Dyal. they were really ready. The Tuesday. May 25. with address
    RENTAL SERVICES be I am sure they mill all enjoy' OA Director Mr*. Floyd i Hornets led the Tigers by a by C. E. Clark instructor at
    held at 7:30
    : p. m.
    liosplUl Bed-, Wheel Chain. CntekeMGLASS Wednesday in the educational this-especially the boys as It Smith. Mrs.\ Arnold Haddock : two to one margin until the I RJE HUh School. GEO. W. BROWN

    a- building. Is their first tune out in the Mr*'. Lawton Youngblood and I bottom of the sixth inning. The above named activities

    .. Vacation. Church School role of escort. Mrs. Fowler Hayes counselors Then the strong bats of the will" be sponsored at the Ebe-: I 226 S. Walnut Phone 969-1121
    dates are June 14 through 18 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wallace were in, charge of the pro I Tigers finally began to connect nezer M. B. Church. Rev. E.
    That' Our Business Parents are advised to register left last "weekend for several gram. with the fast ball throwing D. RobInson. pastor You are I .Starke, Floridacustom
    months at their mmvrner horn of the Hornet pitcher. welcome .
    their children' early. .- .. I to attend these ...rv. -
    "It It's Glass We Have 1$" PERSONALS; In the mountains of North -

    I CALL WRITE or VISITsiiE4kT Miss Margaret Slade spent Oponrta. Until next fall. their Bradford FarmingSEE"

    (;LASS NEED'r' the weekend with" her sister, addrejej will be Robwtatown.Oa. ,

    I Mrs. Irma Wilkes. and children !- ASSure I
    in New Smyrna Beach.Mr. So long for now Hopeto
    4" I And Mrs. Lee I To well see y'all Sunday at the New

    j j1 (NOT INC.) I and daughter of Mlcanopy Centennial celebratIon In my Chevy
    old home town of Waldo!
    visited their aunt. Mrs. Dock
    II "Formerly Joe Peters Class Co.
    Tlnon and Mr. T1. (ii Vie Design Modern Store Fronts P. W. Cooper has returned yyyyyv.vyyyyyyyyyv.vvHAMPTON

    I'' t //Jd Juat Mail' UN A "Patfern For to her home in West- _

    !i 6 ... I Table Tops field. N. J. after spending !

    several week here with relatives .
    1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353: ITJJy earrrper
    and friends. By Mrs. D. E. IIIH
    iMr. and Mrs. Cecil Harris of Fh.n. 41uSeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    Wclaka and Ralph Cason I. I Phil Cronkhite
    spent Mother's Day with their AFrlnl
    parent Mr, nad Mrr. R. M. I .
    Cut Those Cason. ,t Chk-krn Supper Is. dry and I know we I I < ... ." L
    Nrt ITA Alxint *6t need rain but I have never .,... ..- -11II--t! I.
    ___ llersel McDaniel of Chicago! I II jIi-. __ ., ._
    : Last Saturday evening' PTA heard of anyone going brokein I :
    111. and Wiggins. Miss visited, :
    \ '
    Repair Bill supper at Hampton El.. the vegetable business In .,: rnJ ... ,
    and Mrs. Ernest! Crawford I II I\
    mentary School netted about, dry wenther. Sure have h.*n1 ,. ,
    at Mehwe Lake Wednesday -jr, .,' ,
    withNatural '64, with a total of 112332 of it though in wet weather, I .
    and Thursday Mr. and t :., .1.<'4 -
    taken In. $116.22 of thin. was Have had inquiries. If we _

    ; of Mrs.Greenville Luke Wilson ate and Danny with from the upper i, with '6 taken are going to receive vegetnbj i j I: \ I -'ii1 Y' 4 .-------v. .
    GasFor supper In on the movie cartOON l lee here at the market this .'
    her mother and dad.
    IVMlrtent Cheater Searle YeI.r.'e stir nre. and hopcj I
    Mrs. F. E. Wilson is visitingher .
    wa" .in chart of ,the supper, to be a help to all the grow. :
    father B, Week and other

    and a* l Utlng him with the Sri this year. If you will )let
    "car "trouble cooking relative and friends inFort I
    free frV heatIng
    cooking: wre Braory! Drown uf know what you have and
    and water heating there's nothing likt Natural! Mrs.Walton Martha for a week. and Dobby Hill. Working ki when we can expect It. we I u.i-
    (:'as and It's cconotalcal too. 1t'8 Injtant itVnate and sister, Mrs. Harriet Rice the kitchen were Mr. 8earl. can make arrangement tot)
    Mr' *. KaU. litre. D. H. Crawford have a sale for it. ,
    it'a clean and your supply .U always there. have returned home alter a l\ra. Paul Mttix. Mr. I Of voune if people are goIng -I
    trip to :Bermuda.Mrs. .
    \V>. Orlfftn. Mrs. Klchani. I to continue to put up asloppy
    FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE E. A. Chester and Mrs.
    Jockel.! Mrs. :Henry McClelUn,I package and. then peddle
    Oussle iQuincy _
    Goodson _
    Mrs. T. J. Alderman Mr. Arnold I It. this will hurt out fhance -
    STARKE NATURAL GAS spent several with Mr.\ _
    ) days of
    1fiidock. Mm.\[ Maureen[ getting top dollar for
    CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351 and Mrs. W. H. Allen and Paul and 1\IJ'II. Call Brown. top quality. When vegetables. _
    family, Mrs. Chester and Mrs.
    and are ready will .
    Cabbages carrot weredonated we fcelp In giving
    Ooodsoix are Mrs.' Allen's by Otto Hick Jr., instructions on how to
    mother and sister sOil Lynn Hall donated: onion package it and grade it for
    Mrs. Pauline Williams Is In for the .Ill"" bent market conditions. \V.
    a hospital in Tallahaacre.Mr. David Earnest and Martin I, are interested in shipping
    Serving Florida and "Mrs.' Tom Odom Menjr assisted Mr. Jockol l In I I I quality produce and re-etwb-
    Since 1950 graduated from Baptist Bible showing the film, and taking lUhU\g a quality product, -.- 1--a---- -.
    Institute last week. tickets. shipped from this
    c97crcla; ; : ((1' 8Hftc. ffnoMrs. I Mother's Day meets of Mr. I'USOS.\.LS': Squash is one product area. that

    -_.. ...,.,.........",.,........ ,,Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs C. P.L. Perry C. Lee were of Chesapeake Mm. Leola', Va. Bculthorp baa been vi-of human should hands never one ba ahould touched wear b, a pieJrup-S-peei equipped for camper service!

    Neptune Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
    Lucile Rufus Jordon and family. Mr. lUng here) with h.r brother cotton glove to pick grades Just add a camper body and head for the
    CordiallyWelcomes and .ist.r-ln-IAw, Mr. and and wash it. Regardless of ;, hills! This new pickup
    and 'Mrs. Charles Perry and Mr*. K. B. AVattcron.J. how clone: :you cut your nnger- 'i equipped for vacation fun with comes
    !< family. and "Mrs.' Ray Strick W. Horn has been replacing nails you "will. cut the akin heavy-duty rear shock absorbers and

    1013 E. Call St. land and children of Palatka.: the front porch on the and it will turn brown soon auxiliary springs, oversize 7.50 x 16 tires front '
    Col. and Mrs. William S. ,
    You and Your ioue juat north of the nchool I after. Squash should be graded bar a pair of big
    Starke Family to Your Evans of Canal Point are tearing out the old flooringand Into two Rise for best re*- side mirrors, radio and deluxe heater tinted windshield
    I'll. 96t t.5tl: : New Home visiting her brotherinlawand 'ult*. It should be washed In ,
    supports to in hew.
    ulster. MaJ. Oen. and Mrs. TW full-depth foam seat plus other _ _
    Mr. and Mrs. Krneit: Green watt'r-l cup to 10 gal many pleasant appoint.

    The State oi FloridaIt R.Mrs.F.- Hauls.Henderson' M. Bell HI have born of<< their remodeling-home bt Hamp interior I Inuk Ions :of Its water bHt.P"pper --then rinsed to ments. Check into Chevy's big choice of all kinds of CHEVROLET

    Is Our Desire To !Make You Feel Welcome and visits left Saturday as far as to Maine.make 'fatn.b"! ton. often .. picked Immature pickups at your Chevrolet dealer's!
    I Mr. Mid Mr. Francis Mengl because when it get N0. i WAY TO WORK
    To Acquaint You With Your City. Mrs. George Thiirpen and
    heid t F to be a size -
    A picnic at their home at good a grower See
    daughter of Enst Palatka Hampton L a II Saturday 1 WIll pick It regardless! if it IsSued your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.

    If you are new in the area, a phone hi spent Monday with,, her par- morning for the eatpchiainiclaa i out. Pepper should be =- _._
    ents. Mr and R. M.
    I Mrs I from St. Edward Cath-) real firm before it Is picked. -
    call will bring visit Ctuon.
    you prompt ollc Church | When it Is ready it will 'geta oe IIH

    from local hostesu. Please John crawford con of Mr. i dark color next to stem
    your I give
    and Mrs. D. H. Crawford. was I and will b* so firm that It WALT HULICK
    her a call! She has!! maps and many'' INDIAN BEACH able to return home from the won't give under pressur; of 'CHEVROLET Inc.
    hospital lurft week after a 'Ute hand.

    free and wonderful gifts for you bout with the ttaaal*. So. if we". can help you in ,

    from local businesses. t.; (From preceding' J'a&'e) VUlttnif here with Mr,. T. 1 1P. en y way &please 1 call ... andwe I (FORMERLY GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.
    = Brown on Monday but )
    Sunday for a trip to Miami will be -open bere at the
    (T. S.
    Brii. They went for Grand I week were) Mtae Eme"lnell| i market STARKE. FLA. PHONEI' !6-I.3ba;



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    Golden Boy BAjour or Peter

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    !time.Itttrtnnn!! nnrtmm umuonrtmnm? got "- --" ,
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    THE BIO TRIP On Friday, our list full day li I Iqr 'i 4wGREE C. Only the top grades of U. S. Govern-
    In New York took, boattour :!
    we a I:: ment graded beef wears the W-O
    Whee! We're back! The 83 around the Island of !E.E t vi shield. Placed in -
    I temperature
    Seniors surely did have 'a' fabulous Manhattan, seeing the many iij QUANTITY RIGHTS\RESERVED-\ -PRICES GOOD ''THRU MAY 22ND trolled coolers, W-D beef is con-

    I time in Washington and bridges from Manhattan to ;; # W INN.012J11" TONM.. INC COPYII'.HTt' {_ !... ANDthe/ very peak of tender, flavorful aged to
    New York and I made notes
    the mainland and other Islands r"""' '
    goodness by nature's .
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    to you could take the trip the difference in their while still fresh. process '
    1E with us In your Imagination. construction and hearing

    t Such hustle & bustle as we much of the history of the Island -
    gathered at the bus area at famous landmarkswere
    2 6:15: a. m. I ugh] Sunday a pointed out to us. Much BEtEF:
    week ago-It took three buses
    t the same was. enjoyed duringour i Eri! t; f ;
    to transport boys, girls. luggage motor tour of Manhattan.We .
    !i'riiii! ;
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    & lunches to the term- ;;
    saw Chinatown. the :iii; : :Eii
    inal in Jacksonville. :::u ii BONELESS FULL
    Bowery, and the UN building CUT ROUND
    After a quiet day [really] which proved: to be very interesting The place to go' for good fhingi to .otl/
    of riding snacking & visiting
    as our guide was Steal 891't
    we arrived in Richmond friendly cute, and well In- .y Lb.
    -spent the night and were formed. On to Bockefellr Center t
    up bright & early to begin a and to the observation BONELESS ROUND

    'week of sight-seeing. Two i roof-where people and cars Imnal :

    E chartered buses pulled out at look like tiny toys from 850 : Roast Lb. 891

    8:43: a. m. bound for Mount feet up. Friday evening our .
    Vernon & Washington. First I i
    last big night on the town
    stop Mount Vernon the groups went to movies a ball BOB WHITE SLICEDBACON L b bItt s REG. 79t GROUND
    1L thought of walking over the
    game, supper club or strolled
    very floors where the "Father along Times Square enjoyingthe Stew lb. 691j
    of our Country" trod of en- sights sounds and smells .
    Joying that magnificent view of the City.Saturday.
    of the Potomac River from the / morning went all j REG. 89* GROUND

    pillared porch-how Washington too quickly and ''We were soon
    must have loved that aboard our chartered buses to lb. 49f. Round Lb. 791

    porch 200 years ago! Richmond and from there by .
    Back on the buses and to train back Home. Our hats are
    Arlington Cemetery where we off to our teachers, sponsors 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON GROUND

    saw the changing of the guard and for makingour 95
    I' chaperones
    and John F. Kennedy's grave SWIFT'S PREMIUM Beef f 5LB.
    trip so pleasant successful
    -one has the sensation of I and informative. New HOSTESSHAM ''I g

    having been to these places friendships were made and old

    before for with television we strengthened. The class .. "
    ones -' '
    really are a part of his- of '05 DID have a marvelous I : 1: =r..:.......... .:,:' ,- ._-= .L-.t"
    tory. Lunch-and more sight- trip In the big cities to the
    seeing: The Capitol, Art Museum north. Thanks to everyone

    Botannical Gardens who in any way helped to REG.
    Smithsonian Museum, Lincoln make it 1.19 '
    + Memorial Washington Monu- possible.Steve Denmark 89.A PRODUCE

    ,, ment. That night groups wentto L8. ,
    John Oolrfarb Please Come

    Home: and for long walks- REG. 39* TARNOW CHIPPED
    since we hadn't done any BEEF OR CHIPPED

    ''WalkIngor enjoyed TV In $ Celery 2 29'MLB.
    the hotel. By Mrs. W. E. Starling Ham 3pk I For ,',

    Tuesday: Everybody readyon Phone OJ-S56 ( BAG) EXTRA FANCYWASHINGTON -
    time for breakfastthen STATE WINESAP
    more sightseeing. At the Federal AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CHURCH OUT OF PAPER (U-LB. BOX) Apples 59
    Bureau of Printing & En- I .
    graving we a 5 hundred
    The Graham Baptist (QT JAR) GRADE "A" VALENCIA
    million dollar Reserve Note! Steaks T FIL-MAR ORANGE
    Church held dinner on'the
    I We saw the printing process; FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
    grounds last Sunday follow-
    Juice 3 $1.
    a bill is printed first on one :
    aide then the other and ing morning services. Rev. (J l2-o: PKG.) COPELANDFranks For I

    counted 12 times 8 times by Melvin Watson delivered the Sweet C ornTomatoes

    hand. 4 times by machine< sermon and hopes to see more 39/ RED RIPE !

    then it is trimmed in huge in Church this Sunday. Sun 25 TO 27

    stacks. At the Federal Bureauof day School begins at 10 a. m..
    Investigation we were told and Church Services at 11. POUND AVG.

    that 46 per cent of crimes In Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 1 0
    EarsNo. J
    1964 were committed by the 7:30: p. m.
    9 to 18 age group. This made FEKSONALBMrs I 2 39*
    us proud that our parents like Thelma Rhoden of St. STAMPS I

    to know where we are. The I George Oa. spent this week

    White House was interestingand with Mrs. Mattie Davis From

    those who had toured il .. ,
    Monday to Friday! Mrs. Rho- -,4- w rr -- -- -
    before/ could see the results of den and Mrs. Davis visited ETRAd4 -.. -. "
    Jacqueline Kennedy's restor- GREEN STAMPS 11I
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsin ArN M
    ation program. After lunch we '.j
    back aboard Reddlck. On Saturday Mr. WOODVSCorny MAID 02-ozJ) CHEK CANNED I
    were our buses (No. 2 CAN) THRIFTY ( SOFT
    bound for New York City-ar- and Mrs. L. A. Davis and: children Dogs SLICED OR CRUSHEDPineapple

    rived about 6:00.: After a steak visited them, and Mr. _?_ .000 AAwvwwwm.TH"U' MAY, ,.22ND NI I 41. Drinks 15 For $1. ''f FOOD I
    dinner we saw the Rockettesin and Mrs. J. C. Davis of Perry. -- -- :

    their spring revue at Radio 'Oa. spent Sunday night with EXTRA (No. 2V4 CAN) REG. 29* THRIFTY

    movie, Operation Crossbow Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones
    Wednesday: Breakfast at and Mrs. Debbie Hall spent a BYRON PK3.I Peaches 4$1.BUFF Charcoal 20 a 79x(24ci. ((6-ot. CAN) LIDBY'S FROZEN
    the automat-and for most of BarBQueHNU is
    few days with relatives In ( CAN) REG.. 6/69f .
    us our first subway ridefor15c THOU MAY ttMOAr 1 Lemonade 1 10 ForSI.
    Tampa last week. II* DEL MONTE
    we were whisked to Long AMY WIMH ffHW ( .) REG. 59* DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY .
    Island and the first of two Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Tom. Sauce 6/59'
    ((6-01, CAN)
    days at the New York World's and daughter visited Mr. EXTRA i i'f
    o Preserves 49x
    Fair The weather was, perfect and Mrs. J. B. McKinney in dyGREEN( STAMPS (No., 303 CAN) REG. 2/37 .
    in the low 70's, the Oalnesvllle Friday" afternoon. ONC zO.a THRIFTY MAID CUT Limeade .1O'1.
    I .
    crowds medium and the combination They visited Mr. and Mrs. ''L.MARTurkey Roost Green Beans 6/$1. ((6.BAR PKGS.) REG. 23* HOLLYWOOD
    made it possible for ((8-oi. PKG.) TASTE 0' SEA
    ; I r"rta ::1
    us to see a lot. One I Dave Swindle of Hampton on L .OOD..TH"U.. MAY.. 22XI03
    group Sunday "W'N.' .or (No. 303 CAN) REG. 29* Bars 5-1.
    know saw 22 exhibits in the -- -- DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN Candy Fish Sticks 3' 1.

    two days we were there. Some Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nort of EXTRA .
    have On the I Oulfport. Miss visited Mr. I Limas 4/$1.
    may seen
    " more. d7( GREEN STAMPS
    t (QUARTS) REG. 69Mazola ; ((16-01. PKG.) VAHLSING
    1 whole we really enjoyed the and Mrs. A. O. Sparks and ,

    Fair, the Into work that must haveRonI' sons Sunday. I I'' ONe W.D Beef B GROUND L. PKd. Snaps REG. 29 Oajm,/t .CRACKIN'al, Vanilla GOOD Wafers., Oil 59 ., Tater Buds. 5 For $1.
    planning and
    ecuttn" ex- We were sorry to hear that [ .ODD THRU MAY UNOONC Ginger, Banana, Chocolate Cocnnut .
    ,such. a huge undertaking I little\ Jack Lefevers underwent ____ ....."''N.Nv?. eI / Cookies
    'wed to envision. 41. ((3 COURSE) MORTON MEAT Turkey Solhbury. e..,
    Gt>nr'AI Motors ant Ford had surgry Tuesday in Bradford LEMON VANILLA

    Intel-Finns; and complicated County Hospital. Also, hope I EXTRA .. YELLOW, WHITE DEVILS FOOD Dinners 69x
    d'g GREEN STAMPS P.g.
    exhibits-the products of the that Mrs. Kate Starling; Is .
    future were shown in many : S L., BOX I' Cake Mixes 3 For $1.
    feeling! better. COOK QUIK ()I.LB) BAR-T-RANCH SLICED
    pavilions. There/ was much Mr. and Mrs. Cube Steaks
    Billy Broughton -
    too. In the vein of 1 sti '-' "
    entertain OOOO TMHU MAY [aND -
    ment. My mother said she saw of Sanford visited Mr. A.Ax.www, ...or IsI REGULAR 4I< DIXIE DARLING Strawberries. 3 For s1 i
    fabrics at and Mrs. Carl Broughton and REG. 20< (18- z. PKG) DIXIE ,
    the Bawl
    Singer :
    that sold for $250 to $800 a family recently. EXTRA DARLING HAMBURGER or WIENER Rice 3 SAG 394 4 MORTON ALL fLAVORjCream : ,.
    I "
    yard and Mrs J. W. Starling STAMPS Buns 2354102.PAK :
    one single piece of' and iwMGREEN *
    fabric cost $1200. chUdren spent several days ONC: CUTUPCOLONIAL. Pies. 3 For 1 t

    Thursday: The 2nd of our, with her mother who Is 111 In Baking' '. GRAND Hen (DEBBIE RAISINCremes PKG) REG. 49< LITTLE LARGE REGULAR 63* ALKAAlkaSeltzer- .

    grand days at the fair. That Branford.Mr. 'r'r'1' OOO THNU MAY 22NOONC
    evening groups saw stage ..Awn..."...... e. : 39' 451 f
    plays--Sammy Davis Jr. In and Mrs. W. E. Starlingand ... :-. .'\ ., -. .. '11 ),, }
    daughter and Mr. and
    Mrs. J. H. Wells Jr. and I ( GREEN STAMPSONC

    ARE TERMITES daughter spent Sunday at the /5 A.TO"Tea e,., .eKO NOBODY: Saves YOIA More: Ti an 1VNN-DIXJE[ : Ii I

    Jacksonville Zoo. I
    The Lefevers twins. Jack 1000 TH" MAy 52NDI 1 s y IYSii., II
    ..."........... ". 1 1 / i I
    and John celebrated/ their 6th i / / / ti- it
    HOME? 1 1 !
    birthday Tuesday May 11, 1 1
    FREE The little guests enjoyed I EXTQ2Ad'N GREEN STAMPS NrIA / 1 1 l"ko"l 1
    games and refreshments In- 1 1
    : PKO. I*" 1 /
    INSPECTIONCfFtL cluding a birthday cake dec- ALCOA HO 1 Y ri i
    Aluminum Foil 1 1 aA 1 1 1 i
    ( orated In yellow and green {GOD TMNU MAY r 1/ i SDEEPOUTH. / ;
    ThstCmi4 ... ..22NDI.. \ r
    44 topped with a cowboy ".w'"" / 1 / -I,
    1 l Mal'ONN'IISE /
    !5.10: Miss Diane Starling i iI t /
    E. Can 9 1-:19&5: spent I ExT aAdr 1' 1 .tAr; : e
    I I the werkrnd with Miss Margaret I GREEN STAMPS Niter 1 / /

    .I Odom of Lake City, ort 5.Le. "KG. i 1 '' 1 /1
    Septic Tank and Mr 'nn, Mrs. H. E. nCHiN' aooo ---- /
    and Mrs W. E. ''
    Starling visit-
    r* :N.and Mri. Clyde Odom. 'I ....... ...""..... "'01 COFFEEReg. COFFEE MAYONNAISE :

    Mrs. Nellie Cannon, and Mr
    Back Hoe Work and Mrs. Marshall Tidwell in I ETQdA 87* 1 1Lb. Can ; Can '1 Reg 531 Quart Jar '1 Rea 69 Quart Jar Reg. 591 Giant Box

    Pump Out Service Branford last Tuesday d'N.GREEN[ STAMPS 1/ /1 ./ 1 1
    Fill Dirt and TWO MOB.C.OOO 1 1 1
    Top :oil 65 I
    Robert 1 1 1
    Cain of Gainesville ) Margarine LUCK 75' 1 1 391cpo / / 4911c.poo.

    Bradford Septic visited his brother Richard 7-.u. OOO THNU MAT SINft 1/ / / /

    last Monday. I .. .".---... lit 1 / i
    Tank CompanyPhone H. C. Surrency visited! m!' j j Famous Quality_Low Price j Compo*Quality. and Prk :j ,.Quality and Pi.:. j Famous Quality LOW PiU,; ij j .Quality and 'r.:.

    969.2311 und Mr/*. Russell starling' thl.

    wrek. _


    County Telegraph

    TARKE.. P1 %. THCRSDAT. MAT 20. 1963 ,

    Farmer's tables! and good things to eat Jacksonville to visit Mrs. Car- made a field trip to the Jacksonville activities were Paty Blgham

    Diary Is here again. The Farmer's roll's sister and family, Mr. Zoo on Thursday of Linda Haver and William

    Market In Brooker is In full and !Mrs. Ray Joiner. last week. Harrell. Mrs. Grace Blgham I

    By San MoGarrey a"IRa. They began about two The first through!: the fourth Seniors from Brooker who acted as chaperone.YOU'LLDO .

    weeks ago with squash and grades of the Brooker School participated In the senior trip
    fishing without a license. have
    moved on to cucumbersand I

    Our Green Cove 'Competition'For And peaking of recreation, MEN'S beans SOFTBALL I

    we see where a Keystone The Af'ISoftball Team II

    Heights Sportsmen's Association played one \game last week
    Job Corps Center Bows OutA has been informed and Is with Noegel's! Auto of Starke. I
    making application for huntIng T \ "
    The Starke tram topped our I ,
    privilege at the Key,...neAirport'
    situation that threatened to mud- final analysis he too agreed that "Green boys with a score of nine to I i
    1,400 acrea.
    dy the water surrounding the Starke- Cove isn't ready for it," and-at least five. Thla week's game will be .. ; ii ANY MAKE .
    played on Tuesday and Ft I-
    Northrop-FSU proposal for a Job temporarilythrew in the sponge on Our cat, Red is not very day. Brooker battles It out

    Corps Training Center at Camp Bland- their proposed proposal.In Aside from a thundershower! mart, and u not getting any with Florida! Pest Control of ,t4k MANY MODEL r '

    ing was resolved Tuesday night when last week's Crescent, publisher last week the drought stll smarter To begin with where Sturko and with Natural Oas p ,
    the Green Cove Springs City CommIs- Groner had reported that: "Senator kept, a and light the grip sun on burned this section up did she pick to have. her! kit of Starke. So far. we lave had 'r ; .' J- 4t

    sion, custodians of the former NAS George Smathers a close friends of more of the little moisture left tens but in the washing machine some very good games.

    property in that city, graciously bow- President Johnson, has said the Flor- In the fields and woods. One Alice had prepared a LITTLE; BOYS SOFTBALLThe
    box for her lined
    ed out of the picture. ida congressional delegation is deter- result of the drought Is that with and suitably. a. a Brooker School Summer
    paper rug
    The Commission announced that mined to get a Job Corp! Training the woods are extremely dry, maternity ward but nut) She Program Little Boys Softball,

    Electronic Communications, Inc., a St. Center in Florida, and The Crescenthas and the danger of fire la great. hopped up in the washing machine has also done very well so. far

    Petersburg concern that had been investigating learned on indisputable: authoritythat So now we're being even more and when Alice went with a score of three wins and
    careful than usual in one loss. The Summer Program
    the possibility of submit- the Office of Economic Opportunity burning to use !it next time it was I Is being directed. by the

    ting a proposal for the NAS site, had leans toward Green Cove as the trash only by good fortune that she school principal; Erwin Land

    decided to drop the matter. most attractive site for such a center. I found the kitten there. or and U ably assisted by Nod
    The dry spell has helped In would have been soaked,
    Sen. Smathers is also record they
    After considerable study of costs on as Hicks. Friday's game with
    one respect, though as Sam thumped around by the thruaher -,
    involved and other factorsIncludIngthe hoping that such a center might be la battle Providence was the first loss
    winning a against in detergent water and:
    attitude of the Green Cove com- sponsored and operated by a Florida grass and weeds In the yard. then spin dried. of the aea. 1for the young

    munitythe St. Petersburg corpora- corporation. To this! end, it was he who Lack: of rain ls holding the .. ,. .. boys. The team traveled to

    tion came to the conclusion that Green sent officials of Electronic Communications -I grass down, and the mower But that ian't our only complaint Lake Butler on Monday and

    Love "isn't ready for it" the Job whose' sales last year were in I gets any that pope up so the with Red. She has al. played the Church of Christteam '

    Corps Training Center, that is. excess of $30 million to survey tome yard looks respectable. And way persisted In climbing all and won. They will playIn ,i. a. e yc"S
    we're not about to water the a home game Friday against -
    In addition to the negative of the unused facilities of Green Cove'sindustrial over the car( and In it It the
    commun- lawn to make It and Increase the team from PI'ovlI I
    Also backing the Green grow window left ), and BETTER WITH
    ity attitude Electronic Communications park. the chore of mowing. are open dence.' I A BANK AUTO LOAN
    found that available facilities at Cove site are Sen. Harry Flood Byrdof S. I judging by the cat-prints visible PERSONALS: I ..
    Virginia: Sen. J. William Fullbrightof on It, you would think It 'Pick the model; then shop around 'for the best deal before' you buy
    and !
    the former NAS site would accommo- The Game Commission Is Mr. Mn. Ned Hlcki
    date only 500 to 800 enrollees. This Arkansas; and" Sen. Thomas J. Doddof getting tough on Ashing and convention.was headquarter That was for a true cat and family were the dinner" \your car. Out when it comes to getting tho money to pay for It, youwon't

    Connecticut. (End quote.) guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will beat Auto Loan at low rates. We'll the
    would rule out the Green Cove proposal i boating regulations, and we wKh tile old Chewy, and now an our supply money

    the St. Petersburg firm said, be- This report by the Green Cove pap a.e where a man has been ar- ho like tile VW even better Crawford In Lake Butler on .you need quickly on terms to suit your budget.

    cause Washington' would not considerany er naturally caused Starke and Brad. rasted for having "no hieaavhg and a dosea whuek with a Sunday. ,.

    proposal: dealing with less than ford County interests to wonder just device in his boat," newspaper have failed to break Saturday dinner" guests of On auto trips carry "the safe money"t
    Mrs. Mae Mott was \Mrs. Beadie
    what was going on. : and another one for not have her of the habit.And .
    2500. current boat reatst.ra.lion. Connrrly of Hague.
    ing a
    As far as their company was con In the interest of finding out just Then too, there have Mrs. Annie Johnnon has returned AMERICAN EXPRESS Ii k ;- ....... -
    underfoot ;
    how she
    the score was, a delegation of get :
    home after ,
    spending a
    cerned, Electronic Communicationssaid been a number of arrests for ,
    Bradford Countians attended the Tuesday Our late lamented dog Fadtlle TRAVELERS K'K' k --
    it definitely would not submit a week In Plant City where she CHEQUES .::
    the butafter
    used In
    night meetinjr of the Green Cove to get way was caled by the death\ of her
    proposal on the Green Cove site. ...
    City Commission, at which time a decision -,YTYY YYYY YYYYYYY a few-weil-almet bootsIn brother-in-law, John Duncan. ,,prompt/ rtlund' U lost or Haiti.1 SptndsWe everywhere, Cosf,-en/y/ 0 penny jolt/ ,'"
    This announcement laid the butt he learned to stay '
    rest a
    have Kenneth Parrtnh. son of Mr
    was to been made on
    lot of speculation and concern causedin BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES out of the way when Barn was
    whether or not the NAS property and Mrs. Lee Parrlsh Is a putlrnt -
    something. into the
    recent weeks by news reports and carrying In Alachu Generalwhere
    would be offered as a Job Corps site.
    house. But pot RillAll l! Sam
    editorials! in The Clay County Crescent, he will undergo surgeryon
    In view of the St. Petersburg corpor- his to do II I pick up a coupleof .
    based information Tuesday.We
    on that the editor
    ation's decision to withdraw, however, heavy bags of groceriesfrom FLORIDA
    and publisher, Duncan Groner.; said he it was deemed that a vote by the Com- Bf Jim Tempi.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUUAA. the car and stagger for say congratulations to
    had obtained direct from Washington mission the porch steps and she begins Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hodge on
    to the effect that the Camp Blanding was unnecessary. to wave and cavort a- the birth of a baby girl Ust''

    site had been ruled out due to the Apparently, then, the Camp Bland- 'round his feet, picking his Tuesday at the Bradford BANK AT STARKE

    cost of constructing new facilities on ing proposal still has no serious challenge Well school for thla year 1 Is I path with an alarming sense County Hospital In Starke.

    the site.On from any area in Florida, and J Just about over The days are of exactitude. Visitors' at the home or !Mr\.

    perhaps not in the entire Southeast. brooming longer and longer S e and Mrs Roy Carroll were hit
    this basis the Green Cove I One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
    publisher Eight training centers have been and at the same time hotter Inter and family. Mr and
    had urged his City Commission approved Walking down the halls of A If by chance you step on Mrs. Ronnie St. Amount of

    to make the Green Cove site availablefor by the OEO to date, and none and B building\ during the her, without Intention .h. lets Lresburir. On Sunday the Car Member Federal Deposit Iruuranc Corp.
    is closer to than Texas of Indignation.II
    us or Mary I out a scream
    Job Corps afternoon, heat. U Just a rolls the L. J. Crawfords andthe
    purposes.At land. A proposal by Lockheed for a I chore In Itself. When 1 think claw your \leg, and by a sixth Rt Amounts. icurneved toi\
    Tuesday night's meeting, P. J. site in Georgia, once considered .' ense maws;** to escape the
    com- of having to sit In the classrooms -- ------ --
    Novak, director of the StarkeBradford cascade of heavy cans and
    petition for the local proposal, has not on the couth*!*! of thebuUdlnr
    County Chamber of Commerce, been heard from recently and la apparently -- and absorb the darn buttles 'which .smash onto the

    declared that in spite of the Green no longer a serious threat.If "le-ernlng." I grow weary with cement etepe. But does 1 Heed she
    Cove paper's statements, "The Camp the OEO is to favor the South- the thought. nol learn! Next Ity time experience1 you lug the THANKS STARKE [S.A.

    Blanding site has not been ruled out. east with a Job Corps Training Centerin Kids this time of the year packages- in, there she> Is, right

    and Is still very much in the running." 1965, it would seem that in the rent affected by the heat so I underfoot, weaving and bobbing ,

    Mr. Groner insisted that he had ob- words of CC manager/ Novak -Camp much. It 'f'f'm.l. u they art and almost daring. you

    tained his information from reliable handing is still "very much in the with the thought of the, sum to step on her again..

    sources in Washington, but in the picture." mer vacation. Their minds are .
    occupied with the things they A* a consequence diplomatIC -FOR HELPING US WIN FORD'STOTAL
    will do during the long vaca relations. between. Hnm;

    tlon between June and September end Red are badly strained
    Neighboring St. Augustine Presents They will ...1m. take a sow. As a mother with three

    trip visit their friend. and kittens he cannot give her a

    I Fascinating Picture of Restoration relative to on picnics: have! boot, .. she

    camp-outs cook out of doon. deserves, and to ma credit let' PERFORMANCE AWARD !

    t"tttdl up on their fishing, go It be reported. that when watering

    Attending a meeting of the Florida this site that Mtnendez made his landIng to on of &the. many camp for/ the plant In the yard;

    Press Association in St. Augustine and major commemorative observances a.week' get. In mon's hair and I I he has nut equlrtsd I her when
    I have a food time i igTOtkllVg around
    generally .he come: moeeylnc
    last weekend afforded the
    opportunityto ,
    will be staged here in September. I often!
    observe first hand the fascinating UP. Or, at least, not very
    BOOM can't wait until the I I .
    process: now under way, of restoringthe During the months of June July, summer vacation begin to ,I tt1YTYYVVYyrnVVY11YBROOKER '
    ancient part of the city which ia
    and frolic I
    and August/ a'symphonic drama, tart their fun
    this year celebrating its Quadricentennial "CroM and Sword." written! by Pulit- Water pistols are beginning to i

    ((400th anniversary). zer prize winner Paul Green will be shoW up on the achoul: grounds
    The magnificent restoration and they always spell troubleIn
    in 2,000 seat amphi .
    presented a new RaND
    is a joint effort of the State of Florida theatre built on Anastasia Inland, and I. one wiy or another' We j\ By Betty

    and the U.S. Government and will will become a continuing/ feature each I have eked! In the bulletin that ....... ..............
    involve the expenditure of some $20 I these mechanical water ejection :
    1 mechanisms be left at IUftTlllt.\Y PARTY
    million over a 20-year period before it year.Numerous old St. Augustine/ houses home. I hop that they are 1 Miss Judy Baas. daughter of

    ! is completed.The are being restored) or reconstructed I because' It will be a chore to Mr and Mrs .J, T I *ss. celebrated I -
    idea! behind this! gigantic program all of them up her birthday Saturday,
    with painstaking effort from old records have to pick
    ,, -which actually began in 1959- and it Is expected that several from the students They are \ afternoon with a party at the
    is to remind Americans of their Ilia- installpermanent i not returnable Hema One we nrooker Park The youngsters!
    Bradford has Latin American countries may I' axe deIitroyd enjoyed the playground equipment
    j i panic origins. County a exhibits in St. have taken them they '
    buildings or I
    1 keen interest in this program, not Pan i and playing othergames.
    Augustine supplementing the darters In Mr and Mrs. Uses
    . only because of our close: proximity I There are arena ;
    American Center now under construction -j the horN pUy that results I II. served the guests. birthday
    I to St. Augustine, because thereare
    j under OAS auspices when students bring such | cske. potato chips and Ice
    citizens in this
    many county,
    , Historians point out that only a 1, thing to school On boy filled cream
    names like Alvarez. Andreu Canova mature country can fully appreciate 1 hU !squirt! gun with Ink'' Enjoying' the afternoonwith
    and others, who are defendants of dUturb-I Clisrlene 1151.yin. l.
    a Judy was
    with on moonlandinI's and caused quite [
    Even one
    . of the earliest settlers of St. ,
    some and) space travel, Americans artc year ago In another : Robin Parrlah. Or
    i Augustine.The school. The retaliatory measure Mike and Allen Leonard Ricky -
    will do well to remember their rich
    ) federal government is spending which some students take 1 \& Csrroll. Jimml McKee.
    . heritage. 1 suffer a direct hit Joann. Annette, Danny and
    some $1 million in restoring part when they
    g With St. Augustine less than an .
    / Reed lUrley.
    sometimes ar not In a Joking Brenda Bass.
    gI of the famous Fort de San Marcos
    I hour's drive from Starke, Bradford manner For the beet. Interest :: and MslUsa lIsbon Judy received 'e1
    I'' that played such an important part in Countians may be expected to visit of all concerned' we tlncerety many lovely gifts and

    early Florida history The original city the Ancient City frequently during i I ask that the parent see that I all had a fine time,

    ; walls are being restored a new parkIng this Quadricentennial year to watch: f their children do not bring OIKLNCXIl.lHY

    ;. lot built, and many of the rooms the fascinating drama of restorationthat such items to ..hOOI" will I A CMrls Auxiliary PresrnU-
    inside are being restored. 1 Service will be held\ Baturday -
    is already unfolding along those eauise a disturbance. I I, tlon
    , The country's oldest written document : streets. No matter how many Realising that *u
    will be housed in a new library narrow times this old but ever-new city Is i are more In the spirit of Jed 1 the Brooker Baptist; Church.
    1 which: -together with Votive Church Ulan a deliberate attempt to. GUIs who have learned Baptist +
    and a 200 foot commemorative a crossIs visited there .is always something to violate the serviol rule w. take Beliefs and studied mUslonary .- Our d]( il!.Tiihp! proudly! announces that through the offering of Total Performance

    being built on the site of the be gained from a walla.few hours spent be- at the present a liberal attl- i work around the can and l the rendering of superior "mrvicc, we have earned Ford's
    hind its ancient ude. However, with only one world will bo honorwd.on .
    I Mission of Nombre de Dion. It was at Incident this liberal attitude 'ROI HWIMMIHO Total Performance Award.! Ktwiving( this coveted award for total performancein

    --- could change to one of severIty I PANTY new car awls means that you can be! a winner too-in total Havings and
    student preafaU In i people's! elsss
    the The
    If young
    pDI4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH bringing the devices to school 'and the Intermediate class of' total atisfactio.. J'1."WIe atop by. Learn about Total Performance firsthand

    ESTABLISHED 1879 with him. It will moan that we the f>dan Baptist Church enJoyed and why it's the lt year yet to ytt u furdrl UJI!
    4n must take stronger action i a swim outlr Hitfidayi

    This stronger action could beeither afternoon at the Kingiley""
    ... PYaeawaOC i
    CDITO Aaa
    r : B. .1'TM.
    N the u** of the paddle Lake home of the pmstor. Rrv

    O or expulsion. Lary Conway The young folks
    Ptoare.'e Oi.oaav WeaKLY H..uoc. PuecieMta -
    nN School U achedul S to bout left the church: Immediately
    4nott TINtOwav UMeavs Twc on June 4 Until tM time\ after morning worship s#rr.

    Uw student would do well! to. i f Ire and went to the Lake, eeI -
    [Acre TxueeoAT Awe tttrtmto Ae Bacon. CiAse MATTC Ar Twe HlotcrsBradford
    apply the remaining' time to ewe-'snled" .b., Rev,. and Mrs. Terwillegnr
    I, r'aer Orr,cg AT .TA. .... FUA. Uxote ACT 0. MAMCM. .. us,..
    I the affairs at hand. A good Conway, They returned Intone

    Cf THE TRADC: AREA OKs TEAR M5OUTSTDB . *ZX MONTHS' "' II00 I hard effort In the Closing day for evening services at;
    of school would help to e*> the church.
    TRADE AltBA ONE TESLR $400 act Mormu! $LJB
    tabttah the object matter& la, MABKJCT "fovr OPEN ,

    _, bii: mind The season for all the wjf-




    Ta _* TWtt.VB ,. ItADrrono COCITT: TIC MEG RATH, NTARKK. n.onm.t' nn.-nsp.vr, SIAY o.9. ]1305

    TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKingsley I nero were Sunday dinner guests of No. newvlptl.a A..t ftf 'r.".. N.. I/.Syl.Ho.. AMa> of T ...I I IT X o. P..lp..n. A Owaee......t .f T....
    S T R sad (;. .
    II Mrs. Sadie Elder and j! Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith 4>r laaid. ft Tit" Orrarr. a... foul of 9 R A Ot...r a ad (;'0... .f In.d .1.

    Lake daughter. O. W. Stroud and I and children in Graham 877- (',untn AtV< "' I 1867-NEU; uf SHV'.iof tt.j.... t"o Cn
    Cop of
    OK: atMO'4
    Mr Mrs. attended 4 851.21',
    and Ray Stroud Mrs J. M. Bradley had as SW'i' Kx: IA
    ,I I ;/ nun I K! Along.. J460.0N'\ Wly ISO',
    a. family reunion at. guests last Saturday Mr. andMrs. Me- Lin 8:18: Kt fur In HW Cnr A ,Kx., Fur POH Wly llu'.
    E. SI. Nortoat I I-A In NW Cur 810'
    :Mr*. the home of Olin Worley In V. N. Gel,"!'. R. C. Bradley POH then X 42ii Ft Nil Kx 2-A In :Nil; N 175', Kly 110', 8

    I'hiine 033.21181A1NarAr1AAAAAAIAAAAAr Fairbanks last Sunday.Mr. and Jimmy Bradley and W K 210 310 1"1.Kt S to' 420 POB Ft 12 7 21 fnr :23 S II S ;Joe Jcoklna Cat. 10.89 173' to POD It 8 23 Leonard L. Varnea 76,532340R.g
    Morrla E, Starllmr. 83.76 at SW for -
    and Mrs. Ernest Harris Dl3--8: K". uC NWf 1710-K 1 A ofW'4
    three daughters all of Jacksonville % of .
    or NK'e l of SWU\ .. NK'S uf NW(.
    had as guests Saturday afternoon *. 1I1'i:' SI 1 2t 10 Joseph JI. Uresu 10.27 of NK'i: 26 I 23171f 1 Kranoea Jenklna 8 0... N 4U' tn POD N
    .. .
    830- Coin'" on W Mule' 174'
    I K
    Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wood SW 14V toV
    Mr. !and Mrs. Chester of --Com at Cor
    Rd 200 14Nlds
    'Kt'll NEWS.nday : on K/W Or ltd a on
    I Meeks: of Keystone Heights. and children! were called to of lv!: In H. of I>luff Lot 7 In lid R/W IH'V
    School. 9.45); a. m. LHWtfty A Hun 13on !) I
    I, Ricky Crews Miss Linda Wauchula: due to the death WJ of Nh/ : '-. fc 8m Llnu to Hwy 168' to 108 17 8 22 --Jnmea MadlaonSweeney
    Worship 11:00: a. m. Hun W t IP8! Kt Hall
    unit nlng I Union 6:45: P. m. Crews Jimmy Smith, and I of an aunt., Mrs. George Reese. .'1, lily U7, Kt to hall,101)H 400 Ex Kt the, W E U7A'om;; at SB; Jr. 13.87Jamea

    Miss Karin Lee spent last Saturday They left Tuseday and returned Tn ltd N 217 Ft to Cow of HWH of
    ling Worship 8.00: p. m. I I'OM Kx: Il/AV .81 7 !21! 200 Ft." 26 I 23 3 Doris M. Danaon 8 31 SB'i:: A. Run N 29,,'
    at Beach.
    1 1723Sor
    Daytona D.
    home Friday. L. NW'iof
    week Prayer Service Wed I 4 of !ilk 12 Thorn. 31.71 for Fn H. N 20H,S3'.
    B. Try Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ste- A: 1 l*..t .an n"'",, NW''. 26 S 23 10 Everett K Burney !I.U W', S 207.31': ,
    'lay.. 7:30: p. m.-.Rev. In tii-pd lilt 1.4 1141-I'CW' of .VE'iof 1* on N ft/W of
    Chesser and children spent phens and children have been 1'w HK'< llx; 1-A In
    { )pastor. "Come let us ins In truhmn (Or Hot U, S' to P-
    Friday and Saturday as guests on vacation. visiting relativesin Louie Pompaey 5.23 MM] ('0" 2ll S 23 'Hobl'rt Wblt 9.8i Oft .
    OK Bk 25-117 11 8 23 E.
    1021 Lot : Starling
    ship toRethcr". 4 of Blk 17111 ft-- N 2Sfl Ft of- ; 1020
    ilSONALS.Irs | of Mr. and Mrs yeas Yeomansin Tupelo. Miss last week. 3 In Orul.am1014M1 '. Louie I>... 37.04 UK': of :01'"f' 2296Nis of SW+!t

    st George Oa. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macy NSVI! K!: of .IJuy ,HV4.! :;x1A: In of :NKU!\ 18 6 21 20 Drub Tyson Ute
    David Cottle and Mr. fllvw *" All WIll of 2370-2.\ In NR Cop
    1! attended. family re- HK: fnr 28 8 23 4 Naomi- Tlndalu / 7.01
    they a and children visited Mr. and
    NW', K: of Illver 19 4 23 of b'e: of NK''. of
    1 Mrs. Walter E. Hollowaynt 100Y.. K. Edward: l7t-r..A- 1 1-s In 8fl
    Jr. 71.10
    I union In Blackshenr, Ga at Mrs. M. C. Diurgar In Jack- 101-NW'i!1 U: of Illycr Cur of N 2ioO' of HHS 310 Ft LAw

    last Friday in Darien the home of MI'.. Minnie sonville last Sunday afternoon 80 4 23 SO W. H.( Kdwxrd, Jr. 42." 5M'i' or SE'. Of By 410 Kt :N Aa 182J72 8 23 I William Tjaon Jr 471

    with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell. 11f1 --Ix.t. 4 In 'F.4: 1 I 23 S M. L. Pr.ecot'Est. 18.50 HK'4: 26 S 23 1 Pavlil< James 7.01 --Com at SW for
    SKi of
    te. .'.. Iii1: -T..'ita to A ft':' In lists- K'i' of XE'Ac.f XW'i
    I Mr. and Mrs. Toby O'Neal Rhondla Edwards of Jacksonville ; : ; 23 I Era OrlEfl Eat, Run 295.r For P-
    vlr and Mrs. DeWit Crews Vrmullawn,, Kx It/W 11 31377A 22 1. Ja.nie 11. Eunice 789 Nfltt of XK''. 27 I 41.96 011. X 210', K 210'.
    | had as weekend guest Larry' spent last weekend Lot e of Illk 1782---.SB'' of NW'inf 'IO W 210'

    il sons of Jacksonville were O'Neal of Gainesville. with Tells Norman. 7 In Uiwtey W. of SK:<. 27 I 22 10 Edna E XValnwrlght 5489 r.O to H 4 22 1 Est William. tit
    sis of Mr. and Mrs. Char- of liv Flnott Mtx. Builder 9117 1TT6-A W. of !HKU'
    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith Mrs. Marian Hawkins and JlHI: !>:!'?, of i....t a of :NW', uf H\\'i 2385-N F:'. of NWU'

    Crews! last Saturday I of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. daughters of Jacksonville of niU 9 Lnwti W Kx, lot ZOO- K *: W of SWH A K U H'
    vli's. Oiliie Cowart of Hcilin of Kv I j..t bi'lnir br X27' X A H 23 I 32 3Va Robert U Tyler &.88 of 'IW.OW.: .'.
    I Jimmy Smith and children of spent Sunday afternoon as of HW >to Ex, t-A In
    Tuesday Apnrox 100' by 100' 17U-/J--1/ t I.nt In OK: ,
    Springs spent Hiram. VT. Bennett 4.78Miry NE Cop For ( hll 18 4 23 12 Clarence tie: Sue 2.;;
    Graham were guests Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 1815-W'', of Liota, 3 .. Cup of Wlj of KRi.f 14
    with Mr. and Mrs. f2t7--N}4 of $ oflOW'
    einnnn > W14
    :XW'4 of HWl -
    lof Mr and Mrs. R. L. Smith.MI's. Whitehead and daughters &; 4 of rilta B InloItwl..y '. i A. /oIa K''. of .
    l Harris 21'') K 0W by
    v"< < W. W. Hood spent Mrs. Curtis Edwards of W of Hy C'uuia I D. by 327' N A S 28 i 23 Ilj I E H 5668, H\V'i Kx 1 &81 AIn
    TiJ.. L. Bradley ani MeW Bennett 7.01 SW Cor Kx It/W 13 < 22 Ii) Clarifies D* Sue 3' '"iY24nW
    Tuesday through Thursdaylast Jacksonville visited Mr. and 1190 -Lot 7 of Blk I II l ni.\- TIp,," It!' w .
    "i' 're uiiests of Mr. and In iMvrtrv TV nf of NK: Tint 220 Kt of. XKi -
    : Cop of
    week In St. Augustine.Mr. Mrs. Leroy Norman, Jr. Sun- of NII' '4 RrPan :
    J "1Val'l en and Ity Kx KM 1 A Wi! 89.0 10(1'( W 100', I
    and Mrs. James Caudell day afternoon. of Lot. 7 Jilk ft FI 100' E Pew In Oil
    100' to
    lilir,) In Jacksonville: : last Edward Le. Maiaey 89.99 Bk 13." 18 4 22 A
    4 Dorothy
    and daughter of the StateFarm Bobby Helsabeck of Day- 1311- lot> 8 of Hilt POI 28 9 221811A Helen Barron 7.61
    inl.iv.{ II l In Luwtey. AV of Jennie lla.ll 9 4/
    were Sunday evening tona Beach spent the weekend: fly Kx WUj & EVa TiIn SW 2390-A-Bw 356 4' 9 '
    'aand Mrs\ Jack Tyretwo I..r of Lot 38 N-
    guests/ of :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph with his parents Mr. and of Tot 7 Blk 9 '1 Audrey S Uay 83.21Wayn US'; for Purl K of NW: 'op of :XKH .
    children of Kauffman. Mrs. B. B. Helsabeck. 18111-I.i.ta, 1 1. 2. 8. 4 ion'. N loo', w 100', of HW'i. H 157.
    Mrs. J. O. Prrvatt ande Blk 1] In LAWtey S 100', to POH 31 I IIl M'd StateInveatment' A 42 H.... 30' R Along -
    1 "'11'. and: Mrs. Toby O'Nealvisited Miss' Joann Scott represented W nf sty ft ltd Sit
    children of Stalk\ :?. were E. Itofllu@y 37.64 Corp. 15.3]
    Mrs. Pency O'Neal in the Starke Twirling Tornadoes 1391-I..t. B, 0, 7 A l 1'117-Lola 40. El,, 5J. 277, JJ 187', XWlr
    'ucsts! last Sunday cf Mr. H of Blk I I 13 In I.uw- Ill. A 62 A K'i: nf 277' to I'OB OR

    Mrs. W. H. Agner.r Bilrtwln last Wednesday. In a Baton Recital in ty W of ny IVayn E. Maniey 19.79 r..le SI:: fc" ail 'ID I 21-99 11 4 22I Mack La. 1041

    W. Stvuurli Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith Gainesville last Friday night. 14J3-A W. 100' of :, W.uullawn 81 Sl 22 00 Ormond C. Bonifay 53.52 1291R'nm at NK:
    and Mis. O.
    Lot B of Hlk 23 In l 144(1A1A'' Nq i 'InS'VV ('I'I' or NK'i' of

    i daughter and Mr.\ and In Lawtey W of Oar uf. Lot 14 IoIW'V 8 l.t', S

    Ray Stroud all of Auiai -- Hy Erie L. Phillip 84 111 In Woi.illmvn 81 I 12 1 Surety Ml*. J'4.! Co. 5903, ISO' For I>"n. w

    XO'IICE nf f.iLB.ii. 1128/ -HH of Blk :21 InIawtcy 110.8V H to N Alas
    i Ala., are guests for sev- TAX W of Ity Mattl Carter 23.66 184 -K' '4 of Lot 13 i of St Rd 8-329.

    days of Mrs. E. O.' Elder \,. "<..- |I. hpl''lov l ,given that: the lit clay of Juno linn b.lI'ln rit 141.1: -NW of: Blk S* \Vno4liiwn 82 1:2 I Dna. If ugh Crawford l (..81S SRI!;; on Hd to A Pt

    Mrs Sadie Elder. 19 t ""1'''. itf vtiirltn., fnunty of hrmirarit' !'Sfflt of Florida tax In Trftwtey W of Itv Mattl. Carter 8 58 1161-.'-" 11J' of Y;:'. S of PUB Nly\ POB 18 22 ChaPleaCummlni
    ftnlf rtlflf-nr a will In unlit on th.. following dpncrlbi"! land to 1441- KlTJ : I of HW4 of XW14 ., SP. 11/1
    'Ir. and Mrs. W, R, MathUolnsville l ON'' lit,. tiinriiint," fluv' for taxin li.raln ur oppomlt' the same, to 200 I't In oL.7w ) of NK'!. 34 1:2 Tn.t fop Kmentlal 2:91.0'om at NKfrr -,

    f i spent Friday as salter ullli nil coals tit .auoll iwl... and, all advertluing iv of Hy Dorle M. Dunnon. 21.26Jojc I, housing I Inn. 119\ ),OtH Of V134,: M

    1471-W'i of Lot 10- 'S- fate 8. 7, In I IIW'! W .13 3Sir
    'ss of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie \o.: U..I.n. Atnnaml nt T.,,_ A In LAWtey K: of protavlll, 31 I 22 11 Qeoraa Strong Eat. 14.74 125' to ""B.

    IT. Sr. .r lurid' a T it A 0...... ..d Co.t. Mr -. *_ B. Spell 21 26 1811AB.c af SW I Wly 'A Par N Was,
    Ito." toV Line
    ''is. W. E. Oliver of Jack- ton-All N't or :NE'l: 1486l.ot 1 HD of Cnr Ix.t. In I'e*,'". 1 l-.'" of W 410' ofN3174
    w of Branch Ex Lot 13 In Town otI.awtey \II1. llun.. X IDT, i "
    : of
    j UJp spent the weekendMr. NW"" Sly-
    ii Alf. 12 8 o 12'i Doloren 9. flodg" J24 26 K of Ity W. J. Barber g 65 K I 106'. H 105'. W Par W Lin tn HeRd
    and Mrs. F. a. Con- 103':\ to LOB 83 5 22 Clarence Fox *
    cotItCnm At SRf'.nr 500/- Tot :2 |In Hlk .. 1K H 229, HIV: to
    ofOF: >,4 of '. 16 In lwter. :B of U47--J."I.. |10, |11. "11 35 6 2! MooR, > Strong Eat. ra.Od a Pt. "of POIt
    $(' I"'I-I' <"n.' ofVB1: !. '
    'V'l Run Wlr1.1H2 Ity carry Kittle* 10.87 Nly to Poll 1) 4 22 John
    ,IB' to K 1 Tt'Wnf 1802- One Lot 100 KtIS 1. ''. nf 8W'... 33 S 22 10 8. E. Strong 8,.49 Cummlnc. Jr. till

    Mvrirn fl.' icrr.vnnvt' : lilt 811 1. IC 044' W By 274 Kt 1"I -XK'i rf 8W4 12e1 I-J<:-:X 150' of S

    <> luca.:1t: .: .'I"I'IIIUIM PuH W 1294. r', N "II! In KW (',,1' of NWU Ex: 1A *04* of K 270' of

    % 'MI.: N finAor lD' \v.z of ,tot, 17 E*. S 1'17 In Nh] 'or 83I9154" 5 22 9 Andrew Anderaon 1087 W 44lT of :-OE'... or
    .ir. N 31 4.06', Ft in La"Uy K of Bf at SW
    ': llco I III hereby given tlinlnd t H 1320', H 330' fOB Ity Joseph Ouinber I.U of NK' of H\VH HWV 11 6 tl \ Jlra Cummings 11 47
    > ..ralKnt' ,no. of Chapter iiOnr:t LHWIi 10 nrK"n.ln I 1510 Com at 8\V n/W Hwy SOI KRJ.Ir ;; of K: 220 of

    i Florida, At of 1041 will 1 237:; ,'HW 4 nf 8W4 Tank Lln. In....., 10880 for of roOt 17 & l: on W It316'"" W 440' of NK'i' of

    .;inter with, the ('IPrk'' nf thtti of HWt; A 2 A In Run N 804 Ft n 1 0Kt W 739'. S 31.,' to HW'4. U 4 22 Clara Mss Allen II 47

    I, .ult Court, In and for limitifd 8H Cor of AW'4 of 12 Bnuthrrn OH I for a poll then POR 3 4 22 S U. drove. lag 8064 1:1'1'|.(1-;X 1J01 of S
    County, Klnrltlii\ upon !reipt BW'i' Ex n/W I 7 20 Chtmlcal Hun N 346 Ft K: 100 IOB6-A--fom at NKCi.P ; : .. 9110'" nf K: 32(1'( of
    Co. Ft. H J4. W
    73.14 Ft 100
    of proof or publication oliiw f 262 ,
    txit 6 nf Oik 1 of SW'i of W 410' of :NB'i of
    nottrit the flrtltlnua Ham In Ward Cltr I 1 20 Kt tn POI In Law. N'K'4: of W'4' JII I SW'4' 1333VI1I
    IMil'tlll.NUT Wllol1N ) lor... U A. Cress 581 ley K of Ry MI4 141st.Hom. 4 22 Harold Cummin11.47
    lACK'S '
    RO', K<: eo'
    201l--r.olo( 2 for POU -" 190 of R
    1. 8 ofrilk
    .. Ino. '' .
    ., 1',1.'e., ,, Mttirke. 41 70
    3 In a 100', W U', s J.Mof' W 410' ofNH'4 '
    City > 7 20
    JACK'H' lllflHTAI' Freddie U Clark 8612 1515-Com at PE: Cor '
    lila and I
    294- Tuts 9, 9. 7, *, U K: 130', :N 384'. : nf SW'i II 4 22 Jack
    !T. U .H. 3111 I "Oil''h, HllirHrIrlu fir Hlk 13 In Ward. of nik111 at Hun W 70' to POB OH 2211-VEH/ s f HW',.. Cummlnc 1017

    '\ tinili' tiblih 1 uin en City 8 7 20 1[. C. Douglas W 80 Kt for a Poll ) 26-387 3 4 II tiled Con""r.1 Kx: !K.}} 440 Ft A K':*
    ml 'In 'liiiHlnt'MHViniHin 111.11 Hun N 274 Kl.V W 410 Ft EX
    13 14 tix-tlt'it
    Flnunc Corp 71.5190131'nm 7 K/W 4 II For
    N. H"\B.I \ P. O, noSturkf ,S 339- Tx>ta II,, 12 Rile \ NO 't. S 474 Kt. .
    Florida" .ride.l ..w nnatp'1 21 Ward I'lty 8 7 20 Mytrla 8tok. 19 *2 10 HO Ft to POU In < at NW Tor( EHnll l HouaJnoII94,
    400-11 Lot.. 1 A 2 of Town of LiLuley W! of BR) 4 Hun R 1150 11'to' HK'i Ex! 2A In NH.: !
    Hilt 4 of
    AprlI p, Corlloltu.
    thus' Inn nay' i.f of Jly
    Tlpndfnritilv B/D 1'nlt 1 C .I'I Albert William 141 ltd. 200 H W Fay atornr Cop II 4 II 13 Ernest Dell 11.01
    Inn" ;; at :flturko. August Marrnra 10.87ti
    at SW (Cor 1 n.1 l 111 Ft to 23KI-A -Com at Rrl'
    \. Klnrliln" .. 4.29 41 6WPTIC /1U 4DH NW of NW'i of (IIIK' III A nun Pun./ ("ant JII along Cnr nf ".,-t Run
    : .
    ;: .... .. ...
    K 1 A 'I "t Sotitllorn 011.A N
    .1 i > Ky IT 7 20 lOt Kt fur a lid 417 Kt W JtKr. w 4o> Knr, priB V

    412- Clivniloal, Co. 1803,4/ rOil then' run K! 80 N tl'1 F-t, K 331 103'. W IOC, H ll1i';

    i I TANK AND .' X'O .f.of I F 4N174bt. W 60 ft tn POR 3 6 23 J Joe. K I OS' to POB 10. II Lester T. rr.vatt
    ( !' 10 A W ph ir number f2 41.38
    of ICy 18 7 20 Kt H 171 Kt .6l 1
    18] nmiMicrn nil tir" I'O- 1947-All H'l ...f01'- :. 2.1. 7 J-Com 450 Ft N

    DKAIN FII.MINSTALLATION r > IB,* K'i: ; of SR'i' '!. A Chemical ('0. 1101 Il In loawt.y; U of '1 W of Ity". ev All 'r"n, CK Cor of

    SW'', of 8K'i 80':1 of Ky "Y3 Llaila Eaaton E.t 18.10 K'i of MI1'. of MW'J nf M\V'", and

    i I I 191 I- S'4' '4 of NI': '. of 120 Oolph Orlffl ct ol' 0.13 15.1-.*- Com, at uw XWU n of Ry 8. 22tt 21 Ira Blaloek et.1 3.7.54 nunV 111 Kt N & I Back Hoe Work NK'', Kx 1 <,',,r of ink 21, M 20U-NE'j of NE' Ft K 111 Kt 8 60
    Church, : A to 731', N 117' For POll H of Mt lid 18 76 .1 Lav T. Sullivan 181 i t*) POll 21 4 II Joarphln

    I'ump Out Service I Sn!) rom R t sw 26 II :31 IIJ Rt.a R. Scott 71.10 WSO1, .V 1 107'. W 201'! -W'i of !NW'iof un-Lot f of Blk t ElUraoD 12.61

    Fill Dirt and TOil SuitliRAHFOKI I for SW"4! of !HW't" 80'. a to?' to PUS 'III1. J.Duncan NW'. E of atIM la Sunny Acre.

    Hun. X lUS.fla' for: .t at |.21Mra l 16 3 6 !) 3 Leo T. Hulilran 11.17 H r Wlllla
    / { ) SEi'TICTANK 162&I 1 Lot 100 Ft V; Hankeraon 36
    It Ml, K 50' Jlf 100', A H 2njo4nm at SW Corof 3397-U.t 7, 8. ( A
    COMPANY I "'. so a looto p- by 200 Pt I B Ki,, of \vt", of 10 of Illk :t In
    W 'In !NW: Cor :
    on 88 I 21 :"' 41uta Davie 8K>4 of BK': ., .K Sunny Arrra M n Alfred. Barnai ElL 18.73pon
    Phone !JMJ9-2.111: 618 -Hoir 1620 Lut0:/ In Lawtey IB I 105' for I'OH, :N 141.*--.Com at NK <..,,, .
    at SW Cor tit Hylias ,. V.'. J. Chandler 20.99' 4JO'. H: 105', 4V! Sr H 11 ".a' W
    of SI': ,
    of ..
    N\V'4 -I t 27 In Lu",
    to a
    ridrr of Seo. '39' In ('p of Hit
    -v 1112'nil', W: 382'n 392', S tfy K: of ny Jullu M. Warren 3704 4 SeW-108'oti''(}II ( 6 13 Lulu. Bell Terrell 13.!] A O. of (....,.P I'll.

    : to P. 154 -Cum on W Bdiy" t trw (Cvr V 73 P r W 'on 'Crl. ISt.
    WILLIAMSJEWELRY 013 1 8 21 10 Charles. C. .RauUraon>> 8.8S of Kln-li>y ltd on of KH nf II1\''. of !' l. 13801', H K t'r.
    I 417- fm: nt NR Corf \ .\" N aiil. of lot .14 A'!' NW'4 A Run N W IV fop |flH.) .V
    HSi of NW'4 of I Hun W 60 Ft 9 COKt 4 nofor, tR,, R H f>. W 1J1 '. N .
    NR'4 Hun R 2r.o' K %00', :X 100' W 3UO' 13 Tut W
    I Kttt DO Kl tn R I POll H .or. th.n :N ;50; Kt to P- H 100' tn PUB A Jig K i39' ;X Uf
    105'. N103':; 13 Oli In Little K. of Btrlp 15' :NAM. forAorrna >C R :ea', H 73 hC'

    REPAIRS I 103':; to ron 1 8 21 J. B. aurrlann 8806BJ4l'A Ity Benjamin. Flnnl !].'"> to lift 10 4 It Jybn, K.: 344Rs.. P urM' 1 K Ml' to ft Rd! r...",.
    4125.14 74 ,Kt of !S.' 155SH:. HIS Ft of lot -Kly I 3ir ..f Foil V M dif f: ISO',, .V

    MACHINE: : %1'4 of fiI\\"' lv- 33 In Town of LJIWv Bv. at Inter of 73 1 I.g W l 1""', XK

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    295 1 6 21 >"'* }fenry Leroy Ilelna 3283: Nl' of SWM- of r.V ll'W IIP. swig nf nile '"

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    ETC. Homes Ino. 88.36 BO' James L. Row. 'l.u of lit ltd A II' fl ef. of UU L'1 A 8 .f

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    :NK''. SUM of In l..twtey. F.: of Sty,. 'O.I..n DcmpaEdward 10.27 tn nit HIli' MrIOH. A SB nf Illk 3 .1

    8W'. A NWU of 1572-W 1A of Lot. Cunt H 314.14'. of n... 3 W of T..R>-

    STARKEBUSINESS UK' : A Kx: Itw 12 6 It 120 Jamca" H. Crawford 83.29: 4J I In Town of Law .V HI dot W 210'. NF plea Mill 8 D 11. 23 Oatewar
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    HW'4 1 Kx: : 10 A In of UnMey: K: of llr; .. Pearl Blount 102 Big. 10 I 23 Samuel A. Brown JI of ofVH n 3 W or Blk. I a

    790 NW ('or 18 6 II to W. C. Conner U 8G 154T-A Cum at Inter 8113- 10'. of I'IW'' .. JI 4 tlI 1 lA..r... .... Cnvlafloa '.U
    -Ixit 4 of Hlk 15 of :M Lin it Fay:\, of RWl. A salt h0W'4 of Blktl .

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    AM- KINDS ortTO SI 4 II Warren J. Stalling! 881 Helnr' too1 K': A 1Vby 3174-S A In XW' ('4i. Joaanie. CarlBiton T IIF.\ at NK Cor IK', V A ,S In XH!) of IIIW,," of NWH "uJUJu 2. 1. 4.
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    Phone 1H19-298' W 171 ,13'. X 23V H of MWV." 24 I 23 It John Tompeua 519 A W A Kx loOt> A Salk' 14 Kx Lots I

    So. Walnut Starke 171: 3' to POD V. T. aOennelle '. idae. 4--.. Vj\ In flW' l'uQ OK Bk 33-lul 11 4 I Matte B. Theraloa .r." U I A of C&HIM Lot I75 13 tn I

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    At ''I'' 19-8'4' n:: nf CCX-. Rd 33 4 148 W,: IT Smith 10391 of W. of 8E'' nf j% Tr.ft !Knlatitew,.. Jlx:
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    Phone 04H-T071)\! i 1r: u/w 4 7' 21 1000 W. U. Smith", 51.11 In NK: ,'"r of Lot /, C.. 47.71 3817-U>t 3 ef Brk" 2*

    407_ N. Tempi StarkHURST'S 83N Blka 14. 15 A .. In NW Cnr nf SK-: '- B"c !. W'nf In :X It..<. II l2ii > ally P. William" It 71
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    Service Station to Bra- 14 4 II2l
    1, 5,6of Hlk 115 1 5I-I Lnt 100'( V A TII..mae rtBhacaii n'TlI Lery I....... 311
    0.... Oils Lubrication lllkM IJII.. :4 H by 110' K A W In <3_ B-. $o' N ef Inaoouai. @.. n.n U"--I..I" I to A .H *fIT

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    riUIXII'fe "BS" 234.00 ,I'
    I 842 :0.:3 I It J. radish tI l '!.","c.. af
    I -- 9' in KW for Sf: of : : nf Nt:. A Q Coodjear Tire Baltariv> ) I .., NJo:'. of NKU: HHJ-|.nt aa I>eac. In W R/\V/ 0' H..T 1111-10'y of UJk 1 -
    ROAD SgRVTCTB: I I <* 11.11' at XW Cnr OK rlk 14385 21 1 21 Mid tltataHoaaea, ""l l for 1'\'". Hon IdnSEalW: ...
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    I K: 8ft" 344 $ W Par. to HUn
    HIET. : :METAL\ WORK .N lor. to 8 1j w Of SA 'l O for ...w'4 n( HUH: o< NK .- R 3 "A Sots

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    Thompson Sheet I HKI: on ltd tn Int ion' for poll 116'\ Kly tel 7' to POll K I. T* D,I_ *'tFx >

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    ) .*(<4 of NK't:' KxK !:, of !"\\"'. Kx H'WLyln WH o| NWVi *f t" POD la T_p*.

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    Bayless HiwavBy ( load I T 11 A Owes a ad t.... 1334: -W 6! of Lota : ]' of SIi: '. A .be
    3 A 4 of Blk 16 In \
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    :Mrs. 0, E. CrosbyTTTTTTYYYTTYTTYYTYYTT ( 01' of NWK nf8Wlt 33:6-Kt of Lot tIt :/ ': U ''7a' 732,91.
    nun B: 419 I of Blk It In tiT
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    for pon N 100 63' ;
    1337-I/ota SAW
    Ft. R 50 Ft, !S!I ion of Lot 4 of Blk 13 :>>I A, 1'1" .nt 14m.

    Don't forget the Saturday, ; Kt, W SO Ft to 1'OH S3 S SI Bn C Davis 11.oa In L T A. Co. !lID Mary Colnman 14.5d : :a" s'a :-/w'/of NM, oC

    Night Sing will meet at Bay 2613. Com at SW 3339-H U Ft of Lot 1'110"' n 1 IS .180 V..IU'r: 1. 16rgtta. $1,4

    less Hlway this Saturday nightat Cor of NW'4 of 4 of ttlkI .A M S 1 : ', of Ntr'. .a '
    HWl," B: 8"'4' V SO', Ft of Lot 3 4 of f I: ..r ". Ar. '.
    7:30.: Everyone ia Invitedto B 100' For FOB. :V Co .." ;-
    16 In L T A 0' .Pt1' a w.
    attend. 11\(1'( K 75' 8 100' W 8,1, Mack Coleman : ::Iltl'. It 1 11 Ito prewn2o>.ya5 P.

    Congratulations to Mr. n' to ron iyinsN Jr. Pete II.SI ] !! 1,!.!,

    and :; of Co Or R"l u. 23 C.. J. Miller S81Pioner 3334-WH of Lot t ..", Oil W lift.,.
    lOwen\ Alvarez on the 2631--Com 866 E'* A I of nik 19 In. LiT y R'lt'. on II..'
    adoption of a son hut week. SO' V of s\v Cor fc: Cos 8/n Audrey Ma Olbwin. 101 : : \: ; a Hun !N IIn

    of :NWI'> ... :N'> %.0'. 3367-S 50 Kt of Lot 70 I/< w ail
    Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby re 200' for roll K: 4 of Blk 33 in L. T. Frank L. W 1111.01. II 1" TJe tIt

    spent the weekend with their 100'. N SO'. W io,,', Cosn .t al IS SI ... than JI10 to
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    son and daughter-in-law' :: UUl.ot SaN isFt IS t U A. U. Fdluy
    Ilk 2S-4HS 4 11 '
    and Mrs:: Lobby Crosby. 2643 B.-.. nt Tom Flnanc Co 4S.97 of Lot 4 of HlkIt ,," I 0. ........

    Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Norman Hall l 5t' In Nat William PID In IT. A Co. Emma. Hu ks But. 33.71 of l.r..t De. I'.t. P.ppa. Ud.U
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    and :Mr and Mrs Herbert Run K 3371-1-otn 1. 4 of. Blk IIn a'aS/ 'on
    on Cooper fir 200" :
    40 O 'In L. T. Cos6D 0' Cry.'''. .
    Norman and IJIII. A Lonnl
    chlldrelspent S to Peterson Kt. I L. =. OIUttl 1331
    the weekend with : ion "'t. thin on Pilemon *- Jackaon. Hluk 11.47 1Iu"'I1'' f '
    Mr. C'S.'
    .. /7 on
    8t w 100' N ::>
    and :Mrs.[ Thurman Jones at 100' to rOB u. U Tom A: Llsal.l Hail.4 3311-Lot. S. 1 of ink : of (!i sta3 J 1.. If'!' IOdak 35, Mrark. 1,03
    4In L. T. .A Cos itdu.alte5. .' .
    Lady Lake. 2 S1-Lot S of lllk 1 IlamMD .
    ..,. 1 4 C4
    JenkIns 4370
    Mrs Leah Brown of Jacksonville In NatV Illlam. Franc .. Av. It, ...
    M n:: Ruth Ma. P.nwlatlA' 312N'\ of RIk3 '. Leo""k. 1.I. ;
    Is upending several .. Ma I.I Alb.rl G. 1IM1I. 15.11
    2642 Lot of Bile :
    'In L T A Cos 81> Franc Jenkins"" 71 St .,, .
    days with Mr and Mrs. J. SI. 1 uf :Nat.; Will..... .. n .n C1t T

    DjrrMr. P,1) Harmon 441. jnl(-WU of Bib 47 .,,,. In rr,... ...
    2623lot 10 of BIle Ini.T&'ll3101Lt.' Eva Hughv. ": .t S3 tilV : .. H.m..I1. Vlreit. D. JI" .. 113,11
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    and Sirs Fred Broad 1 In ;Nat; William .. 3 of Mlk -Kill. A Jo. 1.ota. 41 It 61 u

    well and Bon. Mr. and Mrs. 2655"D_ Rl* of Lot ISi.f Clarence Di-Su SI *H 4) In ,. T A Co* SID .. \>. IllUin. tillFarmer's 1 7Ak.,pr.a5,, "n.IIIU of. l'r"' "..' Jams "''., ,1,17

    Neal Braaneuu of Jacksonville lllk I In ;Nat; S44- WJ of Lot I .,.. Ii' n. It

    and Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Illlams 8/n Leo Jenkins KIDJo of nik! 10 *. (4 SO' ; Prraa or Cr".

    Crosby and sun of Ocala visited UU-I. IS of. Blk of W > of Lot 1 !" ..k. 11"11" 311 Mkhad" .. Mufti 11,11
    3 'In Nat; William Hlk 10 L T A Cos I.u' ,7 0 l' "
    l :Mr[ and Mrs. L, A. Crosby' rl.D Carl Horton It 17 Add Supply IT.*SV / .. .... ot l.'ru. .

    :Sunday.Mr. 2009lo4 S3 In Blk 1441'-Lot. 5. I of Blk rA k. .1"..... tiff" .Jult... .

    and Mrs. W. C. Ward a nf ;Nat; WilliamsH II In U T. *. Cos, \. 1147
    ( ) W. H.nrt.r.on I.II. Add, ".. T. F. Landrun Bl: SI St It.R $ N11r:'>

    and Mrs.\ Tiny Lovell and 2670- Lot tt of Blk .ul..t 11 of m kIt ;; VtJ.: of N '.

    children attended Homecoming i In Nat William In L. T. 4k. Co. / : Hut :: for .J.
    KD Levy Lennon 312 Add ;- % Charles A. Crosby. IS 41Krnait :: I : M IfJI ? W

    at Oak Grove Sunday. 273-1 tot In ;NW<4 SKI-WS of Lot 1. : 1! { ''' s US'. (It'IU'

    Harry Lovell of Rockford of "'W', a* r>..o 3 of lock. 31 "otlns "" a.. Par
    In I>....d. Hk TO r* 4 far '\
    111. Is vUttkng his father, G. 3in'" .K* It, W Inllllani Annl U 100. Ft Ft R:N A A W M II In v / | Ian'S f II Mwwlty. Erg iav..L r41
    C. Lovell. \\ P,!> n. S3 W'Illlaill. ". I SI ,. T A Co* .\.,,, : W. All.a lit.51 .... ..t a PP all
    :'[1'. and :Mrs. George hug ill Lot I1. A, 14 ", of ItfW ." .
    ,,WCop !: .. of Pen 1 A.
    2674 Com at of Blk. 1In .U T.
    gins of Starke and :Mr: and H W Ii
    of NWl of it- A Co. Add' < k Ltr J. Prvatt 10117 i'vtl
    JlI.... Wajna Spp visited ),[1'. Wl, Run K' lit Ft" ..u- 14111 of BlkSI I TdN .

    and Mrs. Freddie VVatterson For pun N 1110 Ft. In L, T. A l'0.. / : '. ,u Nor III'S
    K: 10* Ft. H 3BD Ft, .Ad.|. 1) Roy D. Ack.r II.17 : : : o. 114.4Iles. 1 U l A. R. RdW fill
    104SJohn 1 .
    Sunday afternoon. W 1110 Ft to POB SI I S3 .reel MitchellMid < -
    SI7I-V 16 Ft Lot 4 A
    Don Newman is adding I a 2014-t nm at NW corof < '.01. 7. I A II 'Bite I .' : '' '" \' pf NC's> : al 1 n l. 2/ S. r. 81010. 1h 10. 1
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    living room and dining room for .. .. II of Lobs. .
    A Run K M4 Ft tint W. A. Bmnt 23011rri
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    M ion Ft F. all Ft" ll'k' 1 In Temple. $00'' lit Lot
    nice :N'> 1 1110 Ft W 69 Ftlo Add : : n. A. La..... nsoi 4 I 14'10' t. I. ,Iii. Raymond. .

    We are glad to report that IOU SS 4 S3 homes Plate lac. r' .01. S"-W II Ft of LotI / ....1' ObtuO.k' 11,31,
    Kirby Thomas. is doing better A V, U .Ft of l lath III. 1ft -
    217! Com' at ;NWinr ; N'H" of Lot t of lllkIt :
    IUnce undergoing! surgery In ot $\\ <... ufNWV In, T.mplc Add' *"J. A. H.I I / IT II I of L'k1 0'"e >Q' Donlq! 1111
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    the Gainesville [
    Medical Center A. Hun H 144V
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    Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby W fun 210Ft R, SAO N Ft M M Ft '1'Pnpl.s. Add 1 Job R Pyk.r. II.71, II: In n.... f'- '
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    A Frail. Lot A II .., S .C PIk' ,. u
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    Sin. yet along with this denial. assured God made no mistake eternal death but God gives A Run. E 620 Ft Lots A B of 4243-Lots S thru 10
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    repents of Sin and truly sacrifice acceptable God all made .
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    50 Ft R 115 Ft 8 being 100' N
    Claude I Iliiml. Defendant.MIT1CK Ellerson (.89Wllll J939-Lot* B A I of 4419-Com at NE Cor .
    Mid \
    50 Ft to FOB It. If A: 8 by 60' E W 31 0 11 State of NWH of NE'4.W .
    ) TO APPEAR: 4 62 Blk B In Plnehurst8D
    9 of Blk
    2388-Lot Home. Ino. .
    Graham S 844 6'
    l To: Clniide L. Hand.. P. O. Box Hankerson 28.70f 1&487' .
    In Sunny Acres SID 2719-1!! 8'% A of Ntt> Sanders 14.7 W 160'. 8 199 U'
    861. DeBlrnhfln, Lntilmirm.: 2397-Lots 7. 8, 9 of SB'4 of 8WV for FOR S 107. f.E .
    r You are hereby notified that lOot Blk 3 In Bunny of SW" Ex: 2.40A r 8940-R-Tier 125' W 1 198H lli.64.
    a nil It for Divorce )linn bean Acres BID Alfred Barnes Est 7.98 Dew OR 34-28 II' II 1 Hester A Louis. A IS' N of BB Cor
    SV 108.n' to K H/
    filed. Hunlnut you In the abn\ Orakafn '" '." of NR'4: of NE.... N >
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    NK Cor I
    2418-Com at : 'isp W 100 Nly
    't of Hwjr .
    W 70' 8 80' B
    and anti N0 .
    natural Court ,
    r inline you .55Hrevard
    Sep 8 31 Deer W 2720-15 IA of BV4 of811H 29 4 214017A Louis J. Bennett a 1 Ion aH' R/W
    to ot 70' to Ben
    required, ervca
    are copy
    OB!)' to Cr of BRa of of 41' B 57071
    '" I BWVi: 234 .
    I 4.
    your Hnxwer or pliTullnit, tn the ( C. A. Crum 4.12 Lots 2, .
    /: Cr of Center St. I SW'A II S to POB. Ex: Par OR
    omplalnt on the Plaintiff's Attnrnev '. II. 8, 7, 8. 9. 10.
    N7SDegWonCrSt. Bk 12 Pv 44t 114419A ( 11 Hy W. Kllman et al n."
    ; : Hon. Lea Oroen. Htarke r i" 2852-' Lots 1 and 1 11. 13. 13. 14 of Blk
    1245.8'. 8 IS Deg" 1 A Lot 2 Com at NB
    Blk ,
    of 1 Saratoga -
    Florida and file the original I In : 1 Unit
    the office of the Clerk if the W 15' for POB: N ,p'::.., ;. I. 4 of Blk 3 In Hgrts. 'or of NW*i of N-
    Circuit Court on or before the 72 Peg W 153.8'. a I I Beiisent. Manor Unit Contractor Inc. 71.90 E4! run W 1S. 47',
    8 71
    W 845'
    7th day of June. 10(15( ; other 18 Do i'*. 151.8' ,N 18 : I W. A. Bessent E.t 20.00Eutren 40UT..ot 9 of Elk 8 844 50'. WWlIr \
    Pea 16'
    wine the alienation. of .ald 71 28 1-Ely: H4' of Lot 3 of t'nlt lit Para- a 199..91
    285' 8 .
    Complaint will be taken as con Dog V. 8t 2 of Blk 2 A Lot 1of togo lielcht H/D PIe.. Hamer Lott 64.48 fur ...n. 8 96' VXljrK
    Dew" K 19311 to
    Blk 1 Ex R/W It/W ltd 100 N-
    fesiiml by you. 40IU-Tracts A as recorded -
    Thin. notice shall he publlHh Rd 200. N 18 D.gE150'N12teW In Bradford HlftS. I M. William 16.69 In Plat Hlk Wly R R/W to Cono

    ed once each week for four con. mr N 18 Dell uJ101 2870-W 81i2.IS' ML.of 2 PC 69 Ex Unit Mrk. 10 POll II' 11 Hy W, Kllman et al .*..n

    erutlve weeks In the Bradford to POD 11 S II Fla. Mobile Homes, BW%. of SW'4 1. 3 A 3 of Saratoga. UU--rom at NW Cnr
    County Telenraph.Pated C Inc. j 1011 that. lies N of St. IUts. Brevard of NK'i*, of NWI4
    ) this. 11th day of :May, 1 Kd. 130 *x par "(" Contractors Inc. 19.05 run H 430'. K 116'
    19nn. 1421-8WU of nil 115.57' on Rd ex 4080/-Lot 7 In Stark Jnr POB. run N
    (!SEAL: ) H R 1 W ft: SEH: easement and *,x lit. Replat Carl 1. Johns 14.80 110', K 100'. M HOW -

    CHAHini: A. HARRY oCItISofRIW par In NR cur 160 > 4085--<'.>m at Sfl Corof 100' to POH II' 11 VIrgil Morrison 417
    Clerk of the Circuit Court A: WU> Silk 1. 1 8 N' &SbyDOOE NK% of "8WU' A 4 34-Com at NW Cop
    By 13..ulah M. Muodv. Duput of R 3 WI/: EH of .A W 17 t It I W. A. Beseent. Jr. 61.13 Run N $30 Ft to Rd of NBU\ of NWfc'*
    1 I ft B of II 4
    6/13 41 6/8 Illk vof,Temp BID 11. II IB H. A. Lawson 11.81U23ANW'4 193'38W'> of 813A then W 150 Ft It run I B 840 H 186 to
    of 8EM of NB- H10 Ft B 160 Ft to H side of Canal for

    SSofRgIW&of Dlk \% ex K 90 IS ( II 4 Percy Sullivan 1034 POB 29 S 22 1 W. E. Torod Jr. 12.03Blutiop POB Cont H lit',

    NF Vi of Blk I 8 of 3950-Illk A Ex 1 Tot 4162-Com at 8W Cor W >54' to Canal Ely

    UBS 1 W of Temples on fl Hide, bains 220FtE&by of 810'4 of flKU* alone Canal 880. to
    Mill BID 11. Gat.way Industries' 1ft 7Ft Run N 861', B 140'for I'OH II I II Leota M. McQueen! S II
    Inc. 1iS9.n N A 8 on W POH. B 411 S'. 4&UI-HE'4 of NWU\ 14 S II 40 W. A. UesMot Jr. 11."
    j440-8W14ofBlk6S side by 847 Ft N 8 on WInland tit. 5-U 41 .-1

    of 15 I W Temp A. SonSiSide In 144 5', W 403 It"', N MERRILL EDWARDS
    BID It2447A I 12 I Alfred Barnes Est 8.44I Iilandlnir' : H/D 7 Vlrdnla W. Smith 6828Junlus 843 6 to POU ExB : TAX C>lXKCTCItorrr
    Beg 9V N of 19 B1-H'<4 of Lot t A ) 70' It S II M. Myrlck 7.19 or BTARKK, FLORIDA

    sw Cor of NE14 o! All Lot I of Illandln7 '. .
    VV4.' B 100'. N 100', RID M. Smith It.09 = -1.: .
    W ,100' B 100' to 29011-Lots. 10. 11 Kx
    1 Beg 11 11 Johnnie' Covlngton 4 65 W 100' Ixit 12. 13.

    1454--Com at flB ("oP 14 of Ilk O In

    of NR"4' of BWU, Klftndlna SID Ex! W : DIRECTORY
    Hun W 308.2' to p. ISO' of Lot 13 A 14 :
    Oil W 48.48', NIJT .A Port of Blk C 19

    J 10', Ely 4(1( .4'. KIT of Creek A W of
    101.2' to POD In WH Ditch 'r Virginia; W. Smith 12.13
    $1 Per DayALL of Dlk ISofR 2990-From Pt of Int .
    1 W Temp HAD 11. 11 / Mr.. Emma Murrhee 10.98 of B Line Hen 18 .

    NEW PORTABLES!! 24R3-niks I. 1, 4. 10, with. 200 W Run Line Nly bf A-BtKil .... r AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO SALES &SERVICE; ,BEAUTY SCHOOL Motorcycl t-Scootera .

    11 13 15 16, 23 thru I ---- -- -
    IonIC ltd .166.97 Ft
    EmersonDahmer's 27I/: Blk 9 Ex I..ots to POll. Wly 1>4 Ft : Pontiac Learn Complete Beauty
    1 A 8 ft Blk 14 ExLotel&6&LotCS.. f Nly 2J9.15' Ft. Ely Barkley Motors Inc. Tropical Culture Glrla-Women-Men Streit's Bicycle Shop

    64.61 "'t. Ely Alone Inc. HONDA MOTORCTCLEa
    7 13 of Blk 11I .
    A Ril, of a curve TRIUMPH Tuition Budgeted'
    I In Ex Knights 1.o1s4&3ot. H/i) 04.10 Kt to St Kd.Nly FIATmiXMAN FREE PLACEMENT Cash man A Tp S..t.DueatlBSAZ.nd&pp.*
    , Hlk 14 A Ex Lot A SUNBEAM COUTMM
    Special Bruah-Up !
    3'4ofI3IiCll .* Ft to POD K> R/W fl t II Annette I. .Tucker SIll

    112 E. Call Ph. 9691771HOUSEHOLD 8ts between Hilt I 3151--Com on 8 Hid VOLVOW Central Hairstyling MorcycIe.-Ss3s.: Seme*)

    I 9 18 A 23 aim. of Call at where It 220 NW. ftUi AT*. OelnecrUl SOrWTNN BICYCLES!
    Sill of St S of lllk Int. K side I of ('>urt SpecfBllM la College
    4 RA..H. Bt A: Run E 9814'" Ft BALES o. 8ERVICB 332583Replicars Locksmith A Safe Work:

    Enterprl. Ine. 144.19 for a I'on then run .. Factory Trained Mechanic 218 3. II:. lt GalnviH .13 W. U..ty A,..
    2500Lot 7 of SIlk II H 81 Ft. 18 30% Ft. 371-4115

    nf North-Reno HID nena Davis '.29 N: 83 Ft; W 10 H !.. CLEAN USED CARS Inc. GalnrcrlU' S7-771
    J 2527-I....t 8 of Hlk 80 Ft to POB II ( II W. 4.,. Bessont Jr. 43.43 SMI N. MAIN CARI'ETS

    In N Reno 8/D .r Sally P. WIlliams. 15.81 S154-Ooin on S aid Imported Car SpeclaJUtr
    PESTS -- 2540-U>t 5 of Hlk 13 of Call fit where It Gainesytli. ..4371 MEBCKPKSBKNZALFAKOMEO

    In N-neno BID e Saul lIank.reon ..75 Int. K aide of Court House of
    2541-U>t 8 of nik 13 at A Run B 119 Ft S S Carpets
    .: D.'ructl.. In N Reno HID I Theodore Morris 1.75 for' A Port then B JEEP Gainesville's Only Carp/

    4.1"...".,... 63 Ft E 20 Ft. of 4 Wheel DriveS .
    'IfV 251I--T.ot 8 of Blk 1 ?a1li Sale-Part*-Ser ...
    V""lhtl, Ex. N (II Ft. W 20 Ft Specialty Shop"RlflELOW
    hi riuhagan BID lt/\.V r Ellin Morris Eat a.u2M.IiI..1 to P011 18 f II W. A. Bessent Jr. 41.41J. RAMBLER 113 3-E. Second St. OalnervlU M.\QEJBMOUFKN :

    Ca."I"1 _. l 8 of Hlk\ 1 3166- 1 Lot being> TeL 37 J-1 IS 1 I
    In ri.ilunfun. 8/]) Ex that Port lying S AmerUmYi Jl'nf't! Economy O f : Tl'FTINO

    H/W Aaron Holler a.35 of nik 31 In Orlir SaJsjsj mmd !Service Expert Installation WHEN IDS TOm TO MOO
    of SIlk\ I Town of atarke Ex
    2587--Lot 1 AUTO SALVAGEPaul'
    In Cliihavan, 8/D I tt'P Levy Lennon 2.712590Lot N 285 Mnd K A 8 Ridgway Motor Co. 031 No. Main.-37C-3913 CaD

    !, 16 A 8'/4' of by lilt W by Thompson CalneaYUI.CIIAIl GAINUVILLKMayflower :
    Lot 17 of Blk 1 In Ht. A T>eao In .
    In dahagnn SID Queen Esther Green 1163 OH Hk 16-186 .'L.- Andrew '7.19 1132 S. MainCUtnewrtn Auto SalvageWe Inc.

    2R65-H 8JH Ft of HIIV 3190-MA In a Tract S7S-S413 : SAWS ,
    I ", of Mlk 1 S of n.IN..NI31'hFbf. Knit N by LafayetteSt. Buy Wrecked' Cat At Call Collect 378-4J34

    '. of Illk J H of H .by W Tenly by Orange A: ill 8t byJ. TOP PRICES A. & J. Saw -
    U. Alvares Add II S II" B & G Motors Co.VADIILACOLDSMOSILE .PAINT: A CLiddell ( \ ;
    It I I K ft: 8 R3H> Kt Claude R. Prevatt loll All Make A Modrl U.. & Mower Co.
    Phone ,ifVl{, of Stilt 1 8f
    3337-Com at NW for Part
    > H 2 K Tempi
    10." of Call ft nay Btn. TrletTp Service-W* WIll Joe Anderson Mrr.Homelite Paint &
    *4'I U I':" It/W II I It Theodora MorriS SALES & tfEKVlCJt
    Run, N 118.85 Ft WFt Chain Sawn
    964-3965 Jill-1:>4 of Illk 1 8 f 113" for POtS TUjf !Selection of Used Car Find Any Part For Tej.GalneTtIle Glass Co.
    .A I IK
    of It it I'! Will of SALES 4 SERVICE!:
    Run N 84 11 Ft. Wly
    Taken On Oadillao TrsxJeejSMI
    Illk 1 H It 3 R .*
    of 1 U.'17 Ft. Sly 71 Ft 37C-431S Part AU Make
    Repair Ac Y A.'aU FAINTS
    of nik 1 N of
    HK1', N. W. Hth. *2. 441
    I* 3 II NW,4 ofIllk Ely 156 Poo POtS II I 11 X .W..1. Stuhtlll. IIw .It 441 N. Pst Stock Yard Gravely Tratrtor SafeeA
    3304-Lot Blk' SIn PHONE 3717513Unc.lnM.reury..s.4 Glass Mirror SlUla ....
    Florida .
    1 8 of It I E inTetnples I !*" rr'ke *
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    L T Cos H/D <
    Clyde Hankereon 176 -
    *HID Ex 1328-Lot I of Elk KIn 2022 NJC. Blvd. GaInesville Tb Enclosures) ......
    Par OH Bk 18..,* II I II 14 L. J. .A Alice Kit '.10
    L T A Co. 8/D '
    Pest 2411-A-lies; 1195' BSI 3334-W 63 of Lot Mett Harmon 104 USED CARS Air Conditioning I! (ln.rRUSS'S Phone 377-33M Dew Winds** A..... .

    41: )' 8 of NW Cor 3 4 of Elk. II In Just Off WaWo Road Carpet WaBmptr Ster-
    Control of KH ofIl.ItI L T Co. H/D AtXborl'd sle 4k Scrrte*
    .. Carrie Colantasj 9.61 CONCFETE PRODUCTS fr
    I. Dt CnaltaUv.
    K Cont H 109% B 3324-m j of Lots 1" .
    & CHEMICAL CO. 209'. N I"'. W !DI'. 1 of HIlt II In Li T r CraneLincolnMercury SHEET -- I 110 NW. SlzteenUx; St.
    to POI3 In Temple A: Co. 8/D Jo. Coleraaa ''f." INSIST THAT ALL TOU1COSCRE"t& \

    SID 11 John E. Dlgge I.84 ( METAL INC. PRODCCTSARE OA1NP1IV1Z 1'72-111'1 I
    3830--0m at 8W Corof A W ,
    NWK of HWU of Lot 4 : Blk W THE BEST PRcfls! ,
    Hun 13 48 Ft. N In L T A ( os left Mary\ 9 13 U. E. CnJvrrilty A**. PLATING:, I
    110 Ft. E 150 Ft for 3319-R' 1* Ft of Lot Oatn.nme 373-4341 flratln; Edwards
    pun N 100 Ft n noKt. 4 of Silk 15..1 , ,
    Ba llb Ferd-V.1v-
    CLOSEOUTPENCILS a 200) Ft, W BO in Kt of Lots I A. 4 Air CoejdJtlonJnc Inc. Ocala Chrome
    Kt to )'011 Ill of Blk leiitL.T& USED CARS .
    II 4 II / Den C. Davis I
    lit 9. MaJa-Sl1.UU
    J 31-<-nm at 8W! Cor Cue tl/],) Mack 516 South Main Plating Inc. \
    ot NW(4( of 8WV4 Jr. \ !* 05 Sheet Metal n"TNP2VTU.95. FlJk ,
    K 6..' N JO'. E 100' 331S-Lot* 1 A 1 of Oabt..... 111.IUI Capper. Nickel. ChrctnTasiOkdnlura.

    .'".. POB N 100' R Hlk 19 In L T A Co. GARDEN SUPPLIES Metal pinlaMn*
    7V S 100', ,V IV to HID .Kx, WH Ida Mae Sherman 4 II DODGE DART_ 3320 NE.! 18th TerriesG.tNESV1LI..E I __ ;
    )'011y Inlr N of Co 13 4-Lot 3 of BIll: 13 Custom BufftncAVTIQCE

    FIRST GRADE JI, lid .n II .. 8.75 In 1,. T A 'a. 8'D Walter Cummings 1.71 DODGE TRUCKS Johnson & Fans Inc. CLEANINfJSILVER.
    C J. Miller .
    S7-- tn B_ 1,.>74S Mom" ,
    JD38-Tom at SW Cor 3367-S BO Ft of Lot 8J# Part* S rrlo '
    I .
    of NW 4 of 8\VU! 4 of nik 33 In L. ?.ab5e ViedPooleGable Gomplet: Line 01

    One of oldest run K: 104', N 10' for T. Cue J/D: I. Frank t, I SEWSPlANTSFIRTIIJZE95S: Industrial Hard OUTOM1JJ4
    manu t'.n, JoI f' Williams et al ; 704
    1 U' on N Motors Automatic Transmission! NE' Tad Aft. Oala
    facturers in the HI'" (fir Ihl, N no' 34AI-Lots I of nik

    Business. W I'.n IU'. K 150' to 48 In L T A Co $/D 1* Malll Williams: : A Jo* 44 110 S. B. 1st Av.. OainesmU Inr Urlde .-PrtW 5sps' Dial Ct-4JI

    I liltS II t II W. II. Noe.l et al I... PHONK 371-4143 Rent Ftrttllaer Sprwviieri'
    ; at Torn Automatic
    3416-WH of Lot 1 City
    Hall 8t In Ntvil- I of Blk\ 10 A: 0 10 234 H W. ftth AT*. TYPEWRITERSHancock
    6c each I llama, SID run E on of WH 01 Lot I FOR LEASENew
    PHONE 3721471O.pne.i'tll.
    Coopt-r Or 21)0') 8 to A Co
    101.T *
    Hlk : Transmission Inc.
    70c doz. Peterson Bt. 10O\ Add I&. Farmer'. Supply Ill Bar ] .. P!.. OfficeEQU1PMET
    I then on Peterson at 143-Lot 11 of Blk I.rltE Oil SERVICE
    W 100'. N 100' to A Co* Station U& 301
    16 In L. T. on Repair Exchange LADIES WEAR
    POB / Charts A. Crosby 1034
    half II *
    $4 gr. 0 II Tom LAnds Hall '.15 Add Near Farmer MarketNo
    28 J I-Lot I of BIle 1 $404-Lot 11 Of Blk All Make and UodetoTRCCKS .P.b-cor0l1.AUtbOFI.d
    In Nat Williams 16 Li T A Co. Experience\ Neceaaary Cherry'sHot Dealer
    dIn II.94If A CARS
    8/D '. Bill Klonde
    Ruth! Mae Pensalall I II Ad PaId Training Some CbJ7ThtecT.taB.A4dlrle
    Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH K51 of-Lot Nat I of StIlt 1 UH -Lot 7 of Blk Financing Armllable.For Dymixxneter Pre-Tnted Hot Paihlonabl UacMrana. Calculator*
    Williams i
    8/D It et L T A Coc Lester Blade U ".<< Further Information Addm For Leslie.DRESSES5U2T5.CoATs SAIJB8 -SERVTCBRZNTAL9
    UU-Lot of Joe Harmon I IS Add WORK GUARANTEED
    10 Blk
    I of Lot 1. Write SAVE
    J4 -WH TIME
    In Nat Williams I of Block' 14 beIng TRAVIS MATIIIS BUDGET PLAN )1.-\TIR: "TTT WEARACCESSORIES ..lneurat-dlsrsjs*) yew r..
    8/D Clarence DeSu. 14 61 II Ft B 9 W by 100rtHAlllnLTA with .* tbt
    1409 S. ]Main
    U55.-.84 of Lot IS : P.O. Bo* 3137-Sta. F. : KS< N. Main

    of Blk 1 In Nat Co. Add I Ernest W. Allen.. .J Cl.ll JeckionrUl.. I'1a. GeJnervffl 171-JIM IDS W. Ullivel Itt7. Oamenme Pbon 8"1'711551 ,
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