Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
May 27, 1965
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Starke Gets $100 Thousand EOC :' : .

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State And Federal MatchingFini\ .lieUsed

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH For District Civil Def en s Tacility ;

Starke I is slated for $100.000 EOC (Emergency Operations Center)

to be built with state and federal matching funds as headquarters for Civil

Official County Publication Established, 1879 I Defense operation! : in the North Florida Area.

Funds for the State's $60.000 share of the total expenditure: were provided
/ounce; EIGHTY-SIX STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY\ J7. 1963 NUMBER FORTY-EIGHT: for in the general appropriations bill already passed! by the Leffislaure
and signed by Governor Burns

Federal funds for the remaining $50,000 are readily available Carl

Needy PersonsBoard Roberts Bradford County director of Civil Defense said yesterday. "All

we have to do locally is to provide the .site," Roberts said "and I have been

assured! that this can and will bo done," he added.

I I The District EOC is
t" .
x Ok's ,-. now located in rented

w J 1'i Surplus t quarters near the old Senate Urges
r vr +pk, post office building in

: quarters When are completed the. Job TrainingCenter

Food Distribution ( here, Walter II.
I Murphrey director of Here

I the North Florida Civil J
Defense Area and his ,
The Bradford Board of County Commissioners in
staff will be transferredto
At the urging or Sen.! Char
School Board a special meeting Tuesday voted to participate in the Starke.
distribution of surplus foods to needy people of Bradford ley E. Johns of Starke. the j
4 Plans for the new County. It is expected to have the program underway ,
within 60 days.Fut.on have not been memorial Monday calling on
New Integration I drawn up Roberts said President Johnson to the
and urge
: ) Saussy Assistant Di recipients unemployed
but the building will be
rector!) Commodity Division. low Income families. director: of the Office of Economic .
I constructed to provide
t State Welfare Department! : The amount of free food !U Opportunity to approvean
stroke to tho board outlining figured' on a family basis and adequate! fallout protection urban male Job corps
C'hrl. Parker (right), new president of 8t.arke Plan Is Adopted tine plan for. distributing the would amount to about |6.probnble and will be u modern training center at Camp
prrwnla annual' award to Bill' '_ Cmtello. (leftt) I surplus food. supermarket value. Walt Iliillrk .EOC in every re

John.*, standing; In fur hla father San (Charley K. John Under the system the Countyr This would be about 23 pounds spect. Blunding.
I>r. Florence, JenningsJaycees Bradford's Board of Public Instruction Monday The memorial aayi the community -
will distribute food donated per month per! person Sauoay Roberts commendedSen. .
approved a second plan, a prototype of 05 the U. S. Department ot explained.! ChevroletDealership Charley E. Johns of Starke baa expressed -

Present already accepted by federal authorities to elimi i Agriculture: through an agreement Commissioner. Zndra' Hamilton and Rep. A. J. Thomas Its sincere' desire\ to cooperate -
racial discrimination from county schools / with the Department of made the motion that Jr. for their assistancein In establishing the

School Supt. Tom Casey said tho new plan is bas- Purblk Welfare Sauuy aald. Diadford County participate having Starko deaig> center! and, has. been working
on one submitted by Lauderdale County Alabama About 1,000 people! In Bradford In !the program of free food nated In the appropriations since March I 1M4 toward pre:

Service Awards has already been accepted by the federal gov County would QualUy toreceive distribution and Commissioner bill as the site of paring' the citUena of the area

It differs from Bradford's first plan which he the_Id.surplus This estimate commodities isetve Commissioner Dave\ Sliuford Jerome seconded. Johns it. Changes HandsWalter the new facility He said for such social change M the
rejected. in that it allows students initial choice
that state and district mliiht
I .!\ t per cent! of Bradford voted for tho program and camp bring.
Awards for outstanding the community. as which school they attend and it provides for a County population This'" in- Mrs Jessie Chastaln also T. Itullck. formerly CD officials are pleased Johns told the Senate that.
I. transportation system according: chides and sreurKy after she suggested waiting awhile with the prospect of 'be' Bradford. '
service In three areas! were counselor and school: at pensions of Jackson, Mlm. U the new County-aUrku
presented by the Starke Jay- I ance officer since 1M3. school enrollment. I Chairman George Roberto factory authorised Chevrolet having the EOU located Chamber of Commerce and

pees Tuesday nlll'hIn their! was especially! died for wa approved unanlfnou- freedom of choice without re Novak Elected Jr. was absent from the dealer. for Starke and vicinity' In Starke because of Its the County Development Cmu-
annual Awards and Installation many hour of 'beyond! I by the School Board In I card to their race color or meet! mu. having purchased Ostewy geographical positionnear mission hM spent $lu.ofiuto
Banquet in the Pecan 'call: of duty" time and called ipeclal session national .origin to ride any ""We're ready" Hamilton Chevrolet Co. on U. 8. 301 the center of the 41X000 In tryingto obtain the
Room of the Garden Restau she has contributed to )' morning. A copy of school bus .operat<<\ 'b, the President Of aald. "We've got the space and North. The d".leuhlp..1II district. center and the Armory
rant. summer camp pnI1 new resolution signed b} Bradford County School' ,.- the Welfare Department canprepare operate under! the name of Hoard ha agreed to rant tin-
Counties In
Receiving the awarda were::. I underprivileged and Board Chairman Um. serving the school of the records. We can Wilt Hullck Chevrolet Co. the North teas of Distinguished Service: Dr.Florence : cooperation with the Starling. flag already their choice. All buses will 1M be distributing food In lea Mr. llullck attended high Florida! area Include Camp funding' aa a Ke fur

Jennings.Outstanding! Army I| forwarded to the proper routed on a nondiscriminatory' Crown CouncilPeter" than the estimated BO days." school' In Jtntivllle, W..... and Alachua Columbia, Su- the school

; Young Educator Coatello. wa I la. "Wublnaton" >,. bard& according: school en A letter! asking for the neoesMry business school In Rockford wanne, liradfofd, Du- The mccnoila) v aLlOt pu4mty
: BUI E. CostoUguOood the education a-wari on C. ..rcJlment.The. .. .. application to participate 111. before serving three and a bat the flradrorvNClfly Cutuity
Government Sen. basis) of the '' ) new revolution U;. print. new plan also state 3. Novak.Starke-ttrad-executive In the program was prepared half year In the U. 8. Navy vat( Union Baker,, Clay are. i I' 1 located in one of A-
Charley E. Johns.Preaentatton DCT tDiversified I In full a* a legal advertise- that assignment! of personnel dllrector of the of Ootnmcroe during the meeting by during Worll War II, Most Nassau St. John*, and melloA'a poverty pockets! and
of the award Training! program he In this Issue and will I at all level. and to all position ford County elected Chamber president of Clerk Charles Darby and given of his adult life ha* beenpent Putnam Roberts .IJ. Is In need of reaJUlng' \ Lire
climaxed a program which Included ized in the school appear In the next two shall be mate without. regard was Council to Saiumy, He aald the application In lAulslma and Mississippi economic' benefit that the
the Florida Crown
Installation of officer 1M7. which ha been a of the Telegraph to race color or. national at would be malted and he ha. been with creation of a >>b i.-.lnuiu
for the new year and an &4- factor In keeping many keeping with the plan, origin.Biadford's. CMiamber mwetlng of In LIve Commerce Oak Wed' a Wedneaday. General! 1 Motor for the past Banks To Close center could, provide.

Adklns. Jr. of Oalne.v I.. A have otherwise. ) dropped ayttan of pUbUc school segrega41on plan rejected Council Is composed of Cham- butter. cheese! corn meal he was district\ manager for P. O. To He Closed

honpltallty hour starting at due to financial reasons. School Board closed by federal authorities. gave bars". In 15 Northeast PlorUa flour lard canned: meat dry the Chevrolet. Motor Division! The Community State Bank Memorial Day
T:30.: preceded' the dinner. Ben. Johns war cited \ Elementary Negro I 1 student freedom of choice but counties milk peanut butter! rlre. and In Jackson. of tuarke and the Florida

The award to Dr. Jenningswa SO yean of service to ,, near Btarke effective not Initial freedom of choice. 'Wilbur Bell ofhe 6tAusrustlrv rolled wheat will be dlslrlbutA Mr. Hulick I I. reining at, hank ml sharks wlU not b*! Tim Starke "ptntofflro wit)
based! on her service to County In the state the end of the present "B-ift." Casey! says Under It. a C of C. wa elected. present In Keystone sleights O seen lor business on Than be close all duty J.f'JlICloay,
ture during which The lone teacher Sallie etudent was assigned' to a certain rice president and Dave Cooley I A commodity supervisor will with his wife and their three day. June 3. Jefferson Davis'' May Ji, In ..vh.ervance
o i
has been Instrumental! l in ., hall been aliened to school but then! had the executive vice president of be named' and storage. for a blithday anniversary. Memorial
Bills High School. I I ) (Continued Oil Page Two) Dimly
Lawtey meting many project) of I Continued On Pace Two I | Continued On rage Two) [Continued On 1'at.' Two
fit to the county and the_ new plan each -
Would Change lajj sen. John county student or I
Pmrtdent of the Florida guardian. l U required to All Get $500 Special Act For Supt. -
Election LawsRep. ate, and at the death of r to attend the school 1 -
Dan McCarty. In & his choke for the 10e5-e4 I

I 1053. he became Acting: Each indent received Would Settle Courthouse Salary Dispute
A.two J. Ills Thomas In the: Jr.Houseof introduced error and continued In .. form Wednea- Bill
to be
this week office until January' 105$. morning which was

changing Representative the method of electIng In his speech. Judge ted. signed by the par I bill will be cent! to the figure In order to keep the posed I".1e i of pay raise for Rep Thorns said the salary
Bradford the
officials for the City of reminded the) Jarcee' << or guardian and Instead of a fixed 110,700! annual salary, school accredited. It was said I the coming; last, he said thai bill he proposes to lntriJu: "*
Lawt)". i responsibility for the achoola this morning County' Superintendent of School will be paid a salary Benat Thorns said\ yesterday that ThU announcement broughta one of the school administrative I PrMay' .will provide a salary of

I One bill require that ell,.I I progress' of the [ ). that i III five per cent higher than any other county salaries are b-lng fixed In a letter of protest from five employee would receive ll.SOO annually for the Super!
councilmen be elected by 1>> I would soon be on their & pupils who will be ail school employee, according- a special act to be general act which will give. all other courthouse officials. who MO.UOO, Visor of Reglstratlun.. and for
groups for two-year' terms er*. and lured them to of ace on or before Jan. Introduced in the house of Representatives Fridayby courthouse official (except sail the Houtliern AAsorlstlon In commenting on> the pro.pored member of the County Commission
Th. bill provide that council aa hard. at this effort a 1 1M and who Intend to Rep A. J. Thomas Jr. .After passage, in the House[ Supervisor of Retfatrallon' and had no legal! right to Intercede new special act. Casey' and 'the School)
seats On. Three and live wm those who brought. : the first trade are board member 1 $500 more : In county salary mattersCasey said "1$ will. five u* .leeway. Hoard. In addition membersof
be elected la odd ."Imberedl of Its' post-wsr slump to register. through than their present scale. This said this. week at pr.. and we will not be stymied In th* Commission will continue
years In the December election I the closing of Camp parent or guardian at will mean $8 BOO annually for sent the hliihent paid employeIn our rforu0 hire qualified \ to receive a $n monthlyexpense ,
whkti fall. 'the tint Tuesday "You can do the Job If I school of their choice on + the County Judge Sheriff the school system eicluMve i t'rMlrm.1.aurnJnl that we allowaiMc under especial

after U. first Monday la December. (Continued On Page ) II SS. Transfer May :II "through student June en' 11.f s Tax Collector: Tax Assessor, of himself receives .600 put I:, have the money. available.. \ act passed In Udl l.

Groups 'Two and Four I I Bradford school are. .and Clerk of the Circuit Court year However/ un<1-r a pro-
will be elected In even-num c-T b general act will
to register through The) new

on bared the years same date btgtinlng in December.The In 1M. lr parent or guardian, at provide $9000 for la the Uoo School raise. Race With Deputy Sheriff Nets Car Thief
thelOt" Sermon Set school of their choice on Superintendent .
person receiving 16 and August 20. IN4 over the $S MO provided In thepresent
snoot \ In each group a achool become t D a general set I, Bllt. S Days. In Jail From Judgo Caught Here
would be elected without Sunday At caM # 4 will be Introduced' I e
flrat preference & pectal'
runoff. choice of school will be at the same Urn providingthat Jerome r rnilml' rirUfU found I Fine" of ISO for speeding By Police
The second bail provide Commencement thou who the Superintendent's out hU new car would run were levied against both
(Continued On Page 2)) of flied by the'' but he also Charles' Alken' and Herbert ut
149 graduating Senior on or before May 11 ...111'1111 be over 100 mph. Wayne Dennis King1 III.
will get underway June 4. 1XM- School Board at fits per cent found that Deputy A. ... Ixe McCloud when each Inverness, war apprehended
First Annual Baccalaureate Sermon new plan also state more than the highest paid Brown' Dodge patrol car pleaded guilty to driving at her .with a stolen ear about
o'clock Sunday night In each pupil shall have county school' ....plo'... Thiswill would go faster II .0 mph.A 4 .m. Saturday after makinga \
Slow Pitch high school aadlt<*uqua who
of at the B A
The sermon will be general set.fActusOr. five day In jail by County knocked: down highway markers purchas* gas .
SoftballTotroament ed by Charles fleece, I r the SupwlnUnd- Judge T A Yawn In Plea Pay :' In front of !the FloridaHUrhway o Truck: Stop and taking! off

I of the Tint Christian I I Closes ant now dr..... compensation proceedings""' Tuewday' II* Patrol. station on U. I- without JIIIY"'''. .
with the Invocation by under a eneela! set rather pleaded< guilty to the peetlng! I a. 3DI north wa ")1Md l |10 i' Tb truck atop attendants.
f.nt School general act. which charge and admitted several The arrest wa* made by .
29 W. A. Hagan: of Ute hat* the { called shake pnilc tmrn Ntl-
Sat. May slat. Church. I rI.-. hi* salary st $9 0fIJ.1 I I other previous, charges for them I Tropor 1. N. ro...,. who >just ally after Khnr tuft without ,
Slartinr 9 a. m. The processional and a special meeting her Thorns said th. special act offense. prior to the Incident had put,
-r-sntonal. will: be played morning the' Brad .111 direct the < Boardo Another speeder, KlUha. De the marker* up They are repeatedly paying. has, M 39 bill .n.. time

BKS i Field 9HS Band und the I I County School Board! o>> keep the SIIIJP'ln\.f'n"-nt'\/ \ \ lano Oalrtey who pleaded l knocked down by 901 youth. .ws officer itopfHiil M I.L.01 fltlbsy.fllbiey North. 1.III...:
Arhool: I Chorus -.U1 sing 'I to close' Thurtton Ele- salary. at th runty ton driving In eiresa or motorist by
And New Field selection nlar1 School In Uncoui ahoy figure In the future In M mph was sentenced to nil Henry I. MtrMn. charged carried! King bark: to
I Award the risk of'dUaccre4ltatlon j' dare In jail with ...uJt.M battery th* truck stop for Identlflra-
On Getter Road I The social hit I ,. the county. sole rem&1Jl.l Receives Rotary order to prevent "
I cn.ncement will!) be dare roran school rem : by the 1IIN'h-1| JluYotIl11 setiteru-e wa pleaded guilty and war (fined tine\ and a sheriffs deputy
Association of SchooU'' meted out to (lorenxo WUllam I was called Into the ease.. sine
SOcS.deets in edu
Malta i annual Junior-Senior of bygone era and W..pher award for ern
Tit Mart C'hMt
lUptary 1..1 to driving. Two Osln vm.* rest- tIe, Inddafll! took place out-
I and Coleeas.A who pleaded guilty young
from I to 12 Friday ..
U (tiarle
SMMlh May wa pew.ted tsdsMdy .
( 3S the Bradford the Bradford Count previous' salary plan arvnouived whtls: ) his license was revoked I dents Michael Vaughn Haveard. I sl left). fwmU+mt e4 tb* Bradford Cmsity VMHNLM 13aeball t. BUt- their hunch.
buVSng. Themoi of the Q'aUID"4 new ( two wk ago by He was giVi| 10 day In Jail 20. and Thomas wp
win be Fantasy of lire of desegrvgatloa. the/ WI. PreMsitlsis; tk* awae4. .* Myr. Km.4.t i i and music win bit schooT M pupO- TV. ..*.... I* tmmf-m...4 *f sera r,,. I cwt f year' *lds. | th. ro-rtrtfeflAent'" satire et < WUUairM was told petit larceny In connection Anal qu*.tlon*
This Space C ejtrlb PnMkiz G"I" 1Y for admission to am IhrMglk IS. ArMMf SO4 kojr. pmrtlelpal fc* time league. In teachers' salarle case a ,.sentence: .Is man They. pleaded thai' It a IM Pontiac" had been' *,*v
Weekly I An innovation In the of their choke for th aet1Itlw.Arr.g. Airtnc. the nt btennhun.wtiorebr datory.Heaviest. I war a "chlWUh pnn.." and len from a Ford dealer in Inlvem :

Community Events by ; uation procedure thia ) term.I MM |fnpr. _v* n...l ...... imrimg Mat fmUmmrya . it we pe...tlet, >4 that!. tine wa .levied a- were severely lectured by the *... King and the, ear
canal Luke fXu. fltarkeM judge.Arthjrtleatlon. : were latr returned to In<*rwhere -
The CommunityState be the absence of the 'I sehooT* one teacher: HfbtlBa !*>* fieMl perwra.wt praM Mat rMdkUK glsvTk at If'MC Iwo Imtroeton W ..
I tlonal) vaVdfcrtortan and *. 8. C. Price win be trine I b* reretving a* high a* *JTO. who pleaded !guilty to of guilt wa* *, th* youth wll
nrsd aad wtSM. a.d I.. ..tdl/llwa. of a f_
far ,chars* of breaking and
tatorlan. Principal' C. U. to RJE In Starke.i I $OO In the nt two year 1'h-1 drrrtn wtilJe IntoiVaUd and withheld but Judge Yawn i
Bank ha announced that 23 I' Superintendent Thorn-1 I Little Leagw .... Hgkl lm.t f fe. harks, aado. I Bupertntentfent'g salary war fined 1159 His. license warned the two that a repeal{I enteringand grand larceny.:
(CcoUmwd On Page U Casey Jr. aeJd yesterday.I ._ ores from Reified lUmptM. a4 ......,. have to b* eel at th* higher j was. also revoked for M day II I (Continued On Page Two!


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..- Jean Spears underwent a Miss Jane Ouy of Gainesville J. D. Odom W. T. Jackson, ilctlon. Race With Deputy ale I V Hyatt n.'-...... last Friday In 1 and Mrs Jane Allen tlt" It" further given llmi' .afterIMihllfatlon ,
tonsllcctomy completedher of the
a r. who has Just The BHS Band and Chorus war you write Come In and
.. of this put feu once
a r Q/f/ Bradford County Hospital.W. Junior year at Wesley! local chamber staff. 1 will" provide music for the oc.a..lon. Nets Jail Sentenceoffense ouch week, fur five cormeruUvewui'kii select your favorite: ES'-ER-

A. Stern is convalescing I College!, Macon. Oa, will v8Jthel' Following) the business c: applluBtlfin will bu made. .
M at 'home after surgery in the grandmother. Mrs. A. Z. meeting the group enjoyed a I to the Honoraliln Thrrun H. BROOK
S [ would land: them in yuHit, Jr.. County Judge of
w. I University Medical Center for I Adkins Saturday and Sunday. tour. of Florida! &heriris Boys; "Jaycees PresentS firadford. ('ount)'. Florld.i., for .
GLADYS and Mrs. Ranch oh the Stiwannee Jail.Cases approval of mitt accounting
MOOTY a broken hip. Mrs. F. O. Perry .
4 set for trial in the
ann for final dlvch nt the I
wt Phone 9640651Twentyfive II Miss 1.I111alStump and H. C. LsdUo returned to their River. I .. rvjce Awards next term of county court ',ulo."IR..ddmh.httrator trite of thi' ISxtate uf Flomili) \

a I A. S. Harrison attended Mrs'l home In West Columla Texason (those who did, not plead of said/ B"tat.. I V. Hyatt. fieiuufieil.published !. !
------ I Merchandise Mart in Atlanta. I Monday after two weeks I! Chevrolet I Continued I From Page OneJ guilty 1 were: FIltKI PANK: 1Itl 1> .
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OK/ MCKHll.MAdinlniatrat; '
: \ members of tfieHrst Oa. from Sunday to Tuesday. visit with their sister. Mrs. B. I ..vlll, da vote Just tcn per cent* Bill Klonds, two counts ot VILLl:. as ", ir 5-17 St 6-24 1
local admittances to Brad- .
spent |
: Adult Tralruattmlon Mrs. W. B. Mundy attendedthe C. Holtzendorf. They Dealership if your time and effort toorr"nunirv wilting worthless checks "
Baptist ford County Hospital this another slater, ,
!last week with | "
WMU executive board ) I* projects, Judge Junes Jonei, worthless check;
: close enjoyed a liambuigrr week Include Cecil Wilson in Brunswick '
luncheon on Mrs. R. L. Morgan ftdklns! said. Howard Levy Baisted. lending I
: meeting and Hands
fry eaturday Joseph Richard Jr.. and Mrs. Changes '
Wednesday at the home of Chris D. Parkr! was Ins al1. w. I.r. ucn-HS to aitoilmr.! .: I Ir
home Mrs.
\ of Mr. and Ernestine Killer of Ralford; and Mrs. Lee Chambershave k N
Mrs. Clyde Llpscomb In Jacksonville Mr. >d as new president. of tl> Lawrence Lee Smith charged THIS
: .1; n Qrecno at Camp Bland John C. Moody Mrs JessU the R. E. Patterson Continued
purchased ( From Pane One)
stub: in b'-ief ceiemonles con- ....ll _iuua larceny asked
.. Robert Williams, .
Young T. Jr. home at. 704 Lafay- .
0410IIJ., Oilford Weeks of Canal Mrs Mary Jackson and Mrs Mrs. Hoist C. BeaU of Ma- tte street. The Pattersons children:! : Allyson. '7, Ted Sand .hrt bv .T-rom.1 Johns, a for a continuance and:! the

e llnt was the weekend guest' Alice Anderson of Starke; con. Oa. was visiting her parents the Delano. Thomas Paul. 3. The family in past president and state of- judge scheduled the case for

Vft' Mrs. Wesley Andrews and Mrs. Lillian Slade of Hampton -! Mr. and Mrs. J. I>. will hou 3 rent at 125 W. Washington tends to live In Starke wher jiwr. Others installed In the a preliminary heating. IS A COMMERCIAL'''
'group ceremony w're: NOrmar.Ketehie
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.. last week. suitable mentl
i' .iI111y.I : Wilbur McDaniell of Gently, -treet Both families will move hOllslng'11l1'an.l 1st
vice president:
.. Dr. and Mrs. H. O. Bolllnget Keystone Heights; and James Greg DavU of Oalnesvill' 'his weekend. can be made.: !! Harold!
Godwin. 2nd vicenrpslnt
a acre In Jacksonville over the Hersey of Middleburg. spent the weekend with hit Mrs James R. Christie of Mr. Hullck announced: tha I ; John Buckley, secretary New School B ,
weekend attending the Chlrol Mi1 and Mrs. George Rob- grandmother Mrs. Lucille Da. Baltimore. Md. spent the tint several of the key employees ,
I James Williams treaJI'l'r ,
: >rarllo Seminar at the Holl- erts Jr. were In Tampa from vie They were Joined on Sun if the week.. with Mrs. P. D. will remain with the company ; and Harold DavIs andR. Plan Adopted O

ay Inn. ; 3unday to Wednesday attend- day by Mis. H. O. Davis Jr FancherM'ss although he it employing( I A. Jr..
Green directors.
: "Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox I ''ng the State Florist and daughter Jn. Mary Lee Faulkner of new parts manager, a new Dr. Frankly were' hoping this: little 'cpm-

a of Fort Lauderdale have spent :.ion. Mrs. Roberts conven.1 Benjamin Ashby! Pope III o Jacksonville was visiting Mr service manager, and three president' Harry, gave Orucn an account rotliing of Continued( From Page Ono merclal' mes.snKe" will induce you to give

: tile past two weeks at the Ad- :curses in flower] designing. Norfolk. Va.. first year premedical and Mrs. Paul Faulkner on new mechanics. .. outstanding Jaycee projectsurlnT privilege of transferring: I( UM the opportunity of convincing you
kilns' summer! home on Kings- Local admittances to Doc- student at the Unl
a .
Sunday. that store'' should be store, too
the year and:! showed another school if he so de our your
: :\sty Lake. They were joined 'or's Hospital this week were verslty of Virginia/ has been! Alton Dobbs of Jacksonville Lawtey Bi11s
R :
; ?v. olor slides of club membersIn aired The original plan tilt Here at Uullington's you'll find Graduation ; -
a liver the" weeknd! by Mr. and \' rs. Beatrice Rosier of Law- pledged to Phi Delta Thett were Sunday dinner
On Elections I action. not mention the transportation mUtt galore for Boy or Girl, you'llfind
a Mrs Walter:! Wilcox Jr.. ofFe.t ey;: Mrs. Janice Dortch and social fraternity. He I Is thf Tuewts of Mr and Mrs. James
Wives joined their husbands system, either he said. the most Famous' Names . the
: Lauderdale, and Miss Tohu Spence of Starke; and jran.:"!aon of Mrs. A. Z. Adklrui Starling:
Dotty Wllcox of Orlando. IItr!!. Wilma Garrison of In- and spend the summers. hert. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Youngerof (Continued From Page One] which for this I li! outstanding annual event. Finest' of Values, and certainly the Largest -

: "Mrs. Wesley' Andrews Mrs, erlachen. at Klngiley Lake.Mrs. '. Sanford and Mr. and Mrs. that thr i town marshal shall the Jaycee an year. highlightof .or.'. V Hyatt, of Selections. What's more your

Ronald Andrews and Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. David WI Henry O'Hara returned John Spears of Crawfordvllle be elected for a two-year nares..d. choice can be yourM'on realty Friendly

: ."".Jessie; Cha,taln attended the ocher of Charleston S. C Sunday from two weeks visit were weekend guests of Mrs. term beginning with the 1963 IH THM, ( KIVAI.IIIK I f: Credit Terms at Hull inn ton's. We hope
VTY Jl .f: NOTICE!: 1M IIKIIKMY: : OI'J'l'Ihut "
funeral of theIr sister. Mrs vere Saturday visitors of Mrs with Mr. and Mrs L. C. Smith Luclan Conner. election. rot IIT n .\n ran nntnKOHIl the UnoJ..ulanl'l..n- th, you'll drop by real soon I
: Leon Chancey In Orovstand la'sv' Ferryman.!! and daughter. Beth' in Pa- Miss 'Martha Sue McCain I Another" -bill by Thomas authorizes fol TV. 1"1.0'1111IY 2oth day ot :flay 1985! fllril u
last Friday. the Bradford County 1'Itn.\'rp. !so. final aucountlna of th. titmlnUt -
Mrs. W. H. Nollman Is vlslt- latka. attended the Florida Agriculture lnth. Mwttrr or the R.. .
tut '
rut ton of the 1'.111'1: of Kloc
Mlle Wilma Alexander fell 'ng her sisters! Mrs. C. W. :Mrs. Margaret Brown. Mis Extentlon Orientation at' Uevelopirient Authority to ----

at her home I last week and D nnv In Savannah Oa., and Della Rosenberg! 'and Mrs I the U of F. last Wednesday to cal Ave bonds each In the can-1 ..... .
--broke- her right arm. Mrs.' T. W. Oliver! In St. Sunni Dorothy MllberRcr! represented Friday" ,: cipal' amount. of 1000.. Os' "
= Mr. and Mrs. W. P Mooty t'lanUII't\ week. the Starke BPW Club at the. Mrs. Fred Ouy of Gainesville bered one 'through five owedIt I''

of Miami were Sunday dJnner SIr, and Mrs.\ Harold Tyus! annual "Appreciation Day- and Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr by the" Bradford County ; WhiteheadBiotheI.sC

: tuesta of Mr. and Mr. Harry >f Tulnria Medical School. held at the! Florida School for I of Norfolk, Va. are visiting Fair Association' becoming

:Mooty.\ Vt-w Orleans, arrived Wednes- Olrls In Ocala last week. Support their mother. Mrs. A. Z. Ad- delinquent on Dec 1, 1065.

: Rev. and Mrs 'Roman Alvarez day to pptnd tits summer with of the school Is' a statt kina for several days. The bill further Mates, that

and daughter and Leon Mr. An-t Mr. It. K. Tyus. BPW project. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gibbons. the Development Authority U

: Thomas Lynn Dixon Kathy Mrs. am--- Ashton of MiamiIs SARAH LAYVSONH BEAU: of Palatka were Friday evenIng authorized to cancel an Indebtedness '

: Myrick and! Raymond Moody visiting/ Mr. and Mrs. H. K TV SHOP IS NOW OPE guests of Rev. and Mrs. now owed It or to announce. -.. w+r j
returned Saturday after Tyus for several' days. FOR BUSINESS [adv.l] J. R. Brabham.Dr. be owed In the future. -

: :"/pending ten days at the Bible Mr. and Mrs. L. D. VinIng S. E. Sparks entered the and Mrs. J. L Stith and

Seminary In Arlington, Texas. were in Palatka on Sunday Lake City V. A. Hospital on family of Valdosta. Oa. were BaccalaureateSet

Col.- and Mrs:J. A.. OrtffJi. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wednesday for an appendec Sunday visitors of Mr. ind '+ Qj.r4!

attended the National Ouard Vlnlng. tomy. !Mrs. L. F. D1nk! Sunday

: Malntrnnnce: conference of the Mrs. F. F. Stump has been Mr. and Mrs.! Charter Hardy Mr. and Mrs. John Greene J

Third Area. Including J seven visiting Mr. and Mrs. John W "nd'family will be In Palatkaon and Mr. and Mrs Charles [Continued 'From Page Onel I (r: -..JO

Southern states in Raleigh Griffin In Ochlochnee. Oa Saturday to visit Mrs. O Hardy attended the Coin Collectors students In the !graduating. [ ; "

fr C. on Tuesday to Saturdayof for ten days. E. Mcdaiiley on her birthday show at the UniversityInn class will be honored rather Jt" ":. .f

lost week. Col. Griffin serv Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs RPV. and Mrs. C. H. Allen of In Gainesville on Sunday. than having the selection: narrowed SUHDAY MAY 30

: 2!:d as chairman of the confer W. E. Plummer will be in Macon Covlnirton. Tenn.. former down to two. The wel- .
.*.nc. While the men were'In Starke residents were Wednesday >
Oa. Friday and Saturdayto
coming address will be !given
: nference, the ladles visited attend the capping exercise!! overnight; guests of Mr. Board OK'sSurplus by Mickey Dansby. one of the 2 TILL 7P.M ;
nuke University in Durham B. C. Holtzendorf.
of Miss Ida Lou Plummer at and Mrs/ honor group and three other /
N., ti. and Chapel Hill.Mr the Macon General Hospital. Chace Hardv attended'! the honor ccrads-, .Margaret Pater.
: ii. DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. Effie Johns had as wedding of John Branam to FoodContinued Michael I''
Shanbarger and
Peggy .
rile C. W. Chalker of Gain guests last Thursday Wilbur Ann Wilkinson In Palatka last Slstrunk: will speak ; on this; SENSATIONAL .

: ,Tvllle, and Darby Peek of Webb of Ocala and his mother Friday night Phyllis Haddock also an .hon I

: ; Lake City were Sunday visitor Mrs. F. W Webb of Haw Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crawford [ From Page One' or student, will make the fare '
: : of Mrs. 8. L. Peek Sr. thorne. will graduate with B. S.

U. _r .& ',. decrees from Brigham Young, 60-day( supply said.of foods set upHn.mllton well address.Members of. the uraduatlmi'I U. S. Steel Model Home
S University In Provo Utah on
a Dates for to class will be presented by i\ .. ,.
Friday May 28. Mrs. CrawfordIs :! / persons! com .
: Thomas L. Casey, Jr.. Superintendent -
the formsr Kay Hart. The I In for certification! will be an :\

UU Crawford! will return to nouncrd( later The food If of Public Instruction .., '..
I taiks for the summer and provided free of churns by the : C. M. Clark. Supervising j J.' ..' ...::1-) ,. :Y1 M
a Principal; and Ifar'and: A'I 1' 0:
U. S. Dept of but ] : .
this fall th y'UI live In Orange Agriculture "
( i Sprow Senior High Principal I ;, 6 :'v' .:; t r- r
Park where' they will be county dunks will have to br t .
Sa SU Rev. Felder Rowan of Madison: j j : J l r >t
coachingand teaching In the used to pick it up in Jackson. .
ville. Street Baptist Church will do- !, :
e school system ,::
liver the
Invocation and bene-
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams The Commlisloneni estimate

\ and daughter of Atlanta that the surplus commodity : 'It ; .IM: '

Oa are spending this woHTnm will bo a savings! or For Your.Heart's Treasure ..
FIRST FOR week at the Alvarez cottag the "grocery< ord"r" type o* ot

FJi Kung ley lake. They had charity formerly practiced<: I I : ., t

QUALITY I"n weekend guests. Mr.\ and Several month. ago grocer I IordfI $ .. ..... '. .
THE Nick Williams and totaled 4300( per month I' .

daughter of Tampa. but the, mount/ / her dropped i :z.-' .

S Mrs\ W. H. Hart Mrs. John recently. Darbv said. | INTERLOCKING DIAMOND .., ;'IIII :
1 About 700 In Brnd- f' :JJ
Chiistlansen! and MLsa Jonnn persons .
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UU tlerl spent Sunday liV Jncksomille. I ford County draw welfare sub-I' BRIDAL SETS I IV Ito ;; :-a.U.' ""t .',11&1.-. \ '
: I IM slstenre money. The surplus! i W_} !.t.r- ,

S. K, A. Barkley of Jacksonville commodity program. Saussv/ ; I i inld. .. r:, '"('J..:."_. ', ..

S I|' was vlftttinff her enabled these! peoplertth\ ..:. .. I ISfI .P -. a.. '.. t

_y mother. Mrs: W. O. String- Beverly limited resources to W* ... ,*& e ""
fellow last Tuesday and Wednesday. have a more decent living/ ..J. ,J\ ";':;
I,. oJ- ....
H .
CARP'S Own Famous Brand ... ; ;. "
Instead of hurting buIrI'IISthp ... : "'1'-
1' 'f:
\ Donald program actually enables ...'.. .." .AI... '. .. .,f
Seamless Mr. and Mrs. Myers I ....fA .. ., ..: ;1'1.
Nylons the ) ,
and daughter of Tampa were people to pay more bills'and -
: ,.'E' ", ; ,'. ....... ,
I weekend guests of Mr. and keep more free of debt .po I j' ':' .
't f''i: t' :.;
Mr*. Philip cronkhlte.! he added.In :
$2.25 Mrs. Mark Moody of Green other action the Commissioners
Cove Springs has been a recent voted to send a I The

a Featuring Carp' Funi"u" Run- 1 1a visitor of Mrs. W. H. letter to heed, of the railroad I Family Home With The Heart Ot Steel"

: Guard Heel and To Hart and Mrs. John Christ tax assessment board In protest I

iansen.Dr.! of a lowering of railroad ,, \. I .J
: flnf --i..n". at.._ mtaro.mah' ''' .e .r.r" and Mrs.\ O. L. Haynes assessment ratio from 47 ''to I f Radiant
...'*'- ".>.. In,, Wlke4 ........ dummy Jr. had as guests from Thursh 38.79 for every $100 of valueIn Diamonds $99.00 ( ''S
a SIM '/ :>.
fa II. At
: These
< v to Monday Mr. and Mss 1 Bradford County / Features!

D O. Scott and:! Mrs. O. U County Attorney Oene Shaw Here are your gloroUly

: COOL COMFORTABLE Stevenson of Decatur( Oa. observed that the lowering of beautiful. Feature Ring. diamond -

Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hitch amendment' would be the next Bridal Set with the

: Summer Blouses and granddaughter. Pam lawsuit l brought up In the patented' Hidden Feature Drit-k C..n..truo'Uun CiK r.Hulltln; .ctrle
Rltch. of Gainesville were state Lock, They quickly loot together tEalre<(< : house) Range 0 lflil' L).hl Iliturrt

I weekend In perfect position .
guests of Mr. and
a "We might just as well Initiate o tT, !S-,Steel. Htuilnthroufhout ItmUtfumt Area In
:Mrs. Jim Bitch( at Santa Fe It as anybody e1a!." Road yet the lock never aJIooA" (;it: Hot \\mirr heater KlUhrnVwd, ,
199' / Lnk-. ,
Commissioner: Johns said. All Price( Range '
Miss Marcia Haynes of o Thre Bnlraamit 0 Raltt-In Vanity Inl BrtrfcHlrrh slftlor
With ...
U Carey College. :Hattlesburg.Ml. Terms To >l hater Itath." 1J..lnc '
a 0.eren tni .oon. unfrcl and' .....0"III" .**., will be home Thursday Fit Your Iludffet T.* IUIhSfprt 1&1 \ataral Cabinet.
lOa% combed. .ott..... White end' to Sunday between semesters. I Novak Heads .la HltrhraiAlimlnuin
Betted. prints sad' woven _I.IJ.. Short Dave Buy o Foyer AH r:
a 1fd.ra. sad" 110"' .!e& Su! 12 t.. If.U Lr-wla. Wa Long h. on returned Tuesday to after Fort Crown Council With ConfidenceAt Dining RoomKltrhra ..uJtil with > .Inch"** 111s.lowa

two weeks visit with his parent o flberglw flsab )4Doseslij
MISSES' Col.! and Mrs. T. T. Long. Continued I[[ From Page One! *
SUMMERSleepwear rUted Ea"lIh
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews Gwgs 0 1.,0.
1 the, Jacksonville C of C, was Bullington'sStudio 31 hi. rrluuif ..
and family of Oalneavll .
Large Lat Landscaped ,
elected secretary-treasurer! of ,1
were Saturday evening supper : a herded < 0 2e..'" Ro f.Formlra 0 .
guests of he CI'OW1Coun11 chamber. Si Gift City Watrr, ;
Mr. and Mrs. Oarl ShopI aeptisi. ., IIIIlaea.hac' -
Mathews. Others attending: the Live ". '' trace In Rear 0
Oak meeting from Starke were (lty S.wsg.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawaon Cnualertopa.
199 I Walta .t ('e-JIInC Iaaulalel
a 1a were In Savannah. Oa. on 0U1....... """ of ..
a I TiK %\,..... 11..41. -1.-1"1""' G'-'
Sunday visiting I Mr. and Mrs.A. I Am Grateful To My Policy Owners tarrka1 up' wllh J. !Slr.ta gAmerican .
lime iii1. (1..n.L Sliding hors In
B. Walker based
and J. L. Woods. 1 ht .
lab VeB .''om... betto. .
front .1.rr.. Mr. Family Room.Lttumlry
: and lIIiff; _... .. ant Mrs.' Carl Sapp I r- Standard' metaine leU ".per krrWr
.0 .u'iful' pri... sad.. '
And wish to !
spent the 1 express appreciation % .he.
weekend flatares
a wad alert! .Sirs' S. M. L with Mr. my Plumbing a Roam ,la r7 eaty IIhoo.i ..
and Mrs. John I o 1118. eat ;
Benny Sapp
In I I -,. to you for making it possible I Armstrong n..p -.anc and .batlns
Daytona B<"ach. eats "Y'' n Ktt' wt

YOUNG MEN'S SUMMER Mrs. Pearl smith of Palatka. : : Is,' for me and my wife Lola to attend I
Mrs. Mir Foy of Easley. S.I 4:"

Sport Shirts C.. and Miss Myrtle Herlong ." the Leadership Conference of !..Ihh.'lh I
J of Lwnburg were weekend Close In One-half block to left off Bessent Road-One

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ; t'a, erty National Life Insurance Co. block from Brad-

j 19 299 Her long.Mrs.. Nrla. McGee and Mr. .r:. fir" from May 21 through May 26 in ford County Hospital.

Erma Pollard were" vacatlonInir I!- .,'aiJ] Iiki.! Mi"",,,.
a for four days last week at I y ,
-WM. pt.'d.' m.draa plardl' .'ao0d ...t .R rtfnciet In fine wait '. veer *ebnr Beach.Mr. CHARLES E. Whitehead Bros LEONARD-Phone,969.J675
'rf.* ;+*.!*.. .*. and' !t.. .ttylei. Sf... \ and Mrs. Robert Tannerof
>., M.. ".XI.r Baldwin were Sunday aftrr- MATE Phone 964-0271
noon yWtors of Mrs. J. H. Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co.

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i Mrs Drew Reddish L Coffee Given Stork Shower Ori ham for many ;years. She riasUe Notebooks 12.20 al the ':I ri i

Presents Pupils For Miss McRne Methodist Honor was a member of the Graham Telegraph. !
For Mrs
I ( I Joyncr Baptist Church I
At Chitty HomeMiss | BHS Graduatesi
I Mrs. Drew Reddish present i I Funeral services were held

ed her piano pupils In a recital I i Mrs.\ Royce Joynrr! was hon: at 10 a. m. Sunday In Jones

GLADYS MOOTY last Friday evening In the Car''- '! R.e. brl
Phone 964-0651 First Methodist Church.: fAli9tkI elect, was hon" t at a coffe Church WSCS entertained Tuesday! ::! night given by Mrs. E. Sparks otflclatlng. Inter. .." Win
Taking part were Randy given by Mrs. H-rry HatcherJr. at a breakfast In Fellowship L. S., Williams. Mn Pr.wntt ment WItS in Mount Sinai

Chitty. Judy Brabham. Becky Mrs. Ben Moxlcy and Mrs. Hall at 9 o'clO<"k Sunday Gill Mrs. A. J. Faulkner Cemetery at Oraham under;

Garden Club Payne, Carol Bloodworth. Randal Chltty at the home of morning for Bradford High and MM! Ralph Martin In the the direction! of DeWitt c A
Lingerie Shower School Seniors! who are also
Donna Prevatt, Onyle Hatcher. : the latter on Searing Street Church of God annex. Jones Funeral Home.Qualifications.

Has Final MeetThe For Carole McRac Ellen Bloodworth. Anne I '1 .J last Saturday morning. I members of the church. A pink and blue color(
The Senior Class colors of
Hayes. June Hardy. Debra Greeting' guests at the door pchtms' was carried out In the Set Pile

Starke Garden: Club I Miss Carole McRie. bides Prevatt. Randall Zlpperer and I, were Mrs Chltty Miss M-Rse red and white were used In party decorations and! flower
ttl decorating for this occasion Instructors
held its last meeting of th i elect was honored l at a lovely L .ron Collins. and her mother Mrs. Donald: arrangements The refreshment -
club year Monday night at lingerie shower on Thursday Serving as ushers were I McRae. Inviting them In to I Two arrangements of red and to bis was covered: with In Adult ProgramTeachers In
white gladioli used at the
the Episcopal Parish House I evening. May 20. given by Mrs. Sharon and Elaine Leach. Following the coffee table were Mrs. A. were a pink linen cloth and held a

with a covered dish supper. Tom Stalling Jr., Mrs. the recital refreshments Russell Norman and; Mrs. W. head of the U-shapvd table pink and buns flower arrangement working under the KOCH

Mrs. R. F. Young presided Charts: Dlnklns. Mrs. Charles were served In Fellowship H. Hart. with Ivy and white gardenias and small mint cups" filled Bradford County Adult Edu.<

over the business meeting In I Francis. and Mrs. Harry Stalling Hall. The refreshmenttable I I Pouring; coffee from Ute sliver encircling the base. Extending with pink and blue flowr ration Program must hence
i I the length of the tables were
the absence of the president at the home of the latter was coveredwith a white service were aunts of the buds Gifts were on display forth hold a valid certificateIn CASHPOT A

Mrs L. V. Hardin. Committee 367 W. Washington nitwork cloth and centered 'honoree Mrs. Paul Bridges I streamers of Ivy" entwined under a pink and white decorated the subject area to be .

reports for the year were give Street with an arrangement of summer StarlingNettlesMr. and Mrs. Maurice Wlngate/ with gardenias and small diplomas umbrella with Inrut taught on at least a Rank 3'''

en.' and Mrs. Young gave the A pink color scheme was flowers. Mrs. W. H. Edwards The coffee table was covered I tied with red and streamers that extended tn level Bachelor's( Degree: 1. witha 'I

highlight of the Starke Oar- carried out In the party dec- i Sr. presided:! at the with embroidered cutwork white ribbons. Boy and girl the gift table which also helda mlmlnum score of 800 on

den Club Convention that she orations. Spring flowers In punch bowl and others assisting and Mrs. white cloth and centered!' with doll graduates were also usedon tall stork and two small the National. Teacher Exam.
Roy Starling
attended In Tampa recently. hades of pink: were used in were Mrs. H. M. HatcherJr. of Oraham announce the t an artistic arrangement of red the tables and at each stork, ination. No I usahl. ", h. "Solve' Nothing

Meetings will resume on the patty rooms and on the .. Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr. and gagement of their daughter en, roses and leather leaf tern In place setting were rod and flames! were played and A resolution to this effect t. Writ* No Stamps to
Sept. 37 with Mrs. Randal! Chltty.DevrickEarles. silver bowl. white place cards red an-) awarded the U.*. No Obligation Just
the following refreshment table which was Unda Faye to. Thomas David I a Assorted sindwtehes prlxes during; was adopted by the School
new officers: president. Mrs, covered with a cutwork cloth Kettles son of Mrs. Ellis Net. creme puffs and tea white napkins, and white mint evening.: Twenty-seven. gumiU nonrd. In a special meeting Own In Kach: WeW or

I* V. Hardln; flrse vice presi Gifts! were on db l lay undera ties of Brooker. tarts were served on silver cups derornted with graduation were. Invited to rail betweenthe Tuesday morning upon requestof I Several! Tlinen a Day aiuT Gat

dent. Mrs. D. H. Penoyer: second miniature pink umbrellaon trays.In caps and a small diplomatied hours eight to ten o'clor'k. U II Olbnon supervisor I Tour FRRBTkkwt. : 'Cuk '1'0&"

vice-president!; Mrs. T. B. a white dresser. Mtw Mary Edith Earles. the Uvlng"room were sev. with ribbon. On the piano of the Adult Education Pro .

Harding; third vice-president The hostesses presented the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Davis eral arrangements' of pink was a large world globe top- I Services Held gram. / Last Weck'n Winner

Mrs. A. Russell Norman; and honoree with a peignoir set as Ervln Earles. and Larry Ray siimmer flowers. Mixed arrangements pt'd.tth a graduation cap. Kverlvn: Jriffi.-;
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Presents of and
and garland Ivy gardenias Sunday For
recording secretary, Mrs. J. D a memento of the occasion. Dovrtrk lIOn of Mr. and Mrs. PupilsMrs. graced points of a I
Doyle. Twenty guests were Invitedto Denver Ray Devrlrk. will' be Interest In the other party at the DAM*. I Mrs. Thomas 89Mrs <'.\ltl OF THANKS! Cash Pot NOW I

call between the hours 7:30 7: married Saturday evening E. M. Davis will present -. rooms. Following the breakfast, r ; I
We wish to
UDC LuncheonW. and 9 o'clock. June 12. at 8 o'clock In the her piano pupils In a recital The honoree and her mother Cary Cllc-tt of the Universityof ] Deborah Kl'e' Thomiis.R express our I $25.OOi
heartfelt thanks
of the to aU who
Florid, president
River Road Baptist Chapel. Wednesday. June 2. at l. were presented with I
] pink corewages <). widow of the Hie It A\ extended comforting sympathy I i
T. Weeks chapter UDC Supper To Honor Palatka. A reception will follow 8 p m. In the Starke Woman's upon their arrival and Me Fellowship. guest of Christian, Ath- Thomas died ln.t Friday prnyers, food and all the Quality quash3 I
was speaker'mong .
will hold a covered dish I. in the church parlors. Club. the honoree was given a sterling Afternoon after(t( an exlcndidIllnevi beautiful floral offerings during I r-rlpUnn tk. nol.. s>* I
I the 3.1 guests! enJoying
luncheon and Installation of Milo Zeiglers Friends and relatives of the Participating will be Linda engraved cake knife from this delightful affair the IIIMM and death of : itocim imcua' .

officers on Wednesday. June couple are Invited.SaulsTurner. and Sandra Jla.... Patricia her hostesses as a. mementoof f I Mrs Thomas wm' horn st our bcloM'rt mother The H.V. Tour Neil Ha .FilledKOCHfS !
were Rev. and Mrs John R "
2. at 12 noon at the home of Members of the St. Mark"EpUcopal f Phufer Jlmmle Andrews. Patsy I the occasion. Brabham; Mia Drew ncddlheponsnr : take Geneva on J\n. 8. 18'111'1 family of Mrs Edna ThomasMill AT

Mrs. W. B. Mundy on Kings- Church will e'Mer.1taln I II Hitchcock. Melody Cuttlne. Assisting In serving the of MYP, and Mr nnd was. the daughter o, *. -
I Susan ScoggliM. Denlse Winkle guests were Mrs. Charles Dar< .
ley Lake. late Rob..t Wain-1
with covered dish ,
a sup Rl"ddWMr.; .. E. D. Olm te MUs Barbara *. Wanda Lewis, Ludy McConnell by. Mrs. John Oreene,
per Friday evening June 4. The wedding of Mrs N. President WSOS wrlirtil Kite. She had been a ; -
of the Miss
Tyler-Owen at 8.30: p m. In the Parish Jean Turner daughter of Waiter Prevatt. Rita. D. Rosier, Mina Janet Hardy, Sue Morris Youth Director; : resident of Bradford County i, --- -
House honoring Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Turner and Charlene EUlncton. Patsy Miss Jane Alamo Mi" Terry Sewell. since 1913. coming here from
Ctrl senior Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mllo Zel tler who are moving and Malcolm Sauls son Di and Janie Carter. Sheryl Barry. Miss SU.'IanVla'n.! ., School teacher and Mrs. rnlutkn. where she! had lived
to BushiwU. Mrs. Reba Saute will be sol Orady. Patricia and Linda and Miss De Wits, for several" She was a I
Owen of Starke announce the where they will Howe; and Mrs. J R. Wain. yenrs.
engagement of their daughter make their home. 'emnUrd at 2 p m. Sunday. Oay. Mary Sue UnderhUL Invited to call d. ''''C th"appoln'ed wrtght. Sunday school superintendent member of the First Hnpllnt! I SENIORSCAP

Linda Carol to. Robert Tyler Mrs. Kenneth Odder Is June\ I. In the Pine Level Mlxon.Catherine Peek and Beth hours '10.30: to. and Mr. Wulnwrlght. Church of Stnrke.Hitrvlvlnc .

on of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil chairman of the affair and Baptist Church. All friends 12:30.: were 80 guest are, two dnturhlers,
Ortffls of Waldo. A June wedding all members of the church are and relatives are Invited to public Is Invited. Mr. Lucille Fowler" of Winter
Is planned. invited. attend. Cub Scouts Visit Put*. and Mrs Clydn Nell
Dolly M. Brown Egg CooperativeCub F-iimtMln' of nilnxl. Miss! :

Weds Mr. Spires Cook-out th"'" son, Herbert and Ken-

ne'h Thomas, both of fltarke.I .
Scouts Den three visited -
The New River Association' I end, 'Jr-hert L C. Thomas of
Dolly McRae the
Brown and Keystone Era Cooperative

a Va.Venner SplrN'of Richmond. In Keystone Heights at Brotherhood 8 p. in. at.will tho Flrnt meet" U.ipUit Fild'iy' I II I ill'e wiv-oo1) "' of: one Miami brother; three W ala.t K.:.
were united In marriage Thursday afternoon.
@( 'IIIIN ($ '
at 4 p. m. Friday May 31. at Upon their return they enJoyed I Church of Lawtey. : "-- Mr Nell Rounrttree of

the home of Mr. and Mrs. a wlncr: riantat' the" A conk-out will be enjnvd i I I Orri7< HrlHhU: Mm. Btnma
h"* the Pinner of Ohsmblpe. On. and
're \' mating with ''I'V' ,
Maurice home
Wlngat with Rev. of their den nr 'V
[ WARM WEATHEWEA&J W A. Hogan of tM First Mrs. Dolp R' 'dl!' h frr that. Inc bcvlinlntr, at fl :.10) I p>>. m. Mrs Med. Wilkinson of
Baptist last Al 11) men are Invited to nttcnd. OcaU: nine grundc+illdren,
officiating.: meeting or -"inan
and :31 .
The bride won a street' They' were aly n '**mp, ,ile1t t tbS' greatgrandchildren.Funrral
MIN'S LUXURY ''_FAIRIC If'natJdrf'IIIa of blue silk pone assistant den moth r, Mrs .services were heldat
3 i p. m In the Flmtnnr'l't ..
gee with matching shoes and Drew Reddish. Recent Births
Church with Rev W
Sport Shirts hat. Her only attendant wash I
A llounn rtlt'lullltnt..r'
ment was In the family plotIn
Mr Spire erase as bet man Oulrt of Kevstonn ItelKhti.
{ niikhlll Ometerv near. Pa-
O99U hiit son-in-law, Rev Bill PrlArrangcmenU Social Committee announce the birth of a
'bilks. under direction of TV-
We daughter. Uridlrtte Irene on
199AND A meeting to. plan social Wilt c Jonei Funeral Hums PORTRAIT SPECIAL
of pink glad- May IB In Bradford>> County
toll peonies and carnations activities. of the Starke Wore Honpltal\

were. used on the mantle and an'. Club for Ihs year IflflS- Mrs. Ida Sun Alvurr announ. Rites Held r.
Wwa pl.4.. ....I,.. a1.4..1.. 1
N was held Tuesday at thehome
.id. finclv. *.t..... .... M buffet for the occasion. The two the birth of a son H'mhel Sunday For
*1gI'alw I KM ..,... all !.I.My u traditional wedding e2k. and of Mrs\ W, W. Hood on Blame. on May 8, fliadford/ v 1 Ix S x 10 !

...... JM, .U...........)J. S1... S. ( punch were served to the 99 Klngsley Lake. County' Hospital Mrs. Hurn.ed, SI 12 Wallet t95BuIIington's
.M.UXU guts attending. The Woman's Club social

JI'o11ooorithe reception the committee Includes Mrs. lined Mrs troll k BiirriwHl.! 81, of
Mrs. J. W, KlncsU. Mrs F iisIr1spI/V" ni. tun Itt' Graham, dlrnl. last ''rII""
MIN'S WASHAILI o couple left tor a trip to South HI'.'1'.1' 11 IK II 1.1 l\ll,
Florida. They plan to. reside. W, Strickland. and Mrs C, J. /I/N N1..lllq, sftermxiii in a Hiarkit hospital,
('..m,..""Iv. .....Iwl, ril'l. will .
BOYS HcupU club rrert1rntNlICE! after an exteixl" Illnrw Hh
MEN'S at his home In .
Slacks Richmond. VaIn l>. rwrlvixl, hy lhi l""lvl.lon ..r
Ivy the summer and at her rnxllullnn. until II III' ) A M. was born In Georgia' on March
home In KNT: nn rt.(. att.iwn tel, the .Mir 17, !IsfM and hud !lived In
1 Swim Trunks Stark In the winter / ; .uf auritltK' |intpitrtrJl'NM |

61% DACRON 1 mill b. for I, IMt "I'lnc Hum Inn Mini' Offl.i.. MiilMliic. .Illoihani.
not roponalbl(>> *
399 Stork m"pAilnsf| "It...n1 l WI"I./ ,.,,,,, .II. 18 till
11,. COTTON I W.N'I/ I. M. L Shower any debts made by anyone. I KM' liliinlil' lullll'iti. mil. l Uhaim., rii. ,.dtII. !
other than my srlf. J.mea E.Akrldgs. ."**..ltl..n.| Hint l I.. t lilAlnml .I.M It ""I.. ,
For Mrs. Brown from Stati "'",,'h..I... "ri ifM ii,* K.o.'iillvi: |I'nr' .mi iII i-
MUraJ vHh plus! frotf. Iv 1 199 2'9 '
sway sad 82T 4'p 817 'nn i "IMi'lHlun', if Innlltiiilun*. I SI <
.....1oItoe W..K.W.. "': Hl. w M
-. IMHs......* -nCAJtimt ...... ., Mrs. A. E. Brown Jr, was delightfully

..... It $ 40. ROYS' surprised at a stork
S.M.I LW.N'I 1"| shower given In her honor
4 stsvt Thursday. evening by your proud graduate ,

:} f JR. lOTS' Mrs. Dolph Reddish hoe .
SU"' ''.' S'1 .
r Z TO horn on WUnon road- From

D Slacks. i / A unique deputy sheriff

; s.r;... .. '_tee ... theme was carried out In the '-IHIE BEST tOt.

599 .1./..... tell; .... .Ldatsp. decorations., The call center- :

i f'. ... LehiM.rH.r. ; his the refreshment table! was STARKK'H: FASHION
e- .._ with handmffs and
waa V + tnppnd a
....'. er.1 r 1... Lad j n j I.KADHU:
-s.r. Mw If.. Q comic doll had a diaper pinned .
with a badue.Oamec '

t ( were playnd during ..
the evening and prises were .. ,..r r t

won' by' Mrs Russell Redding ,11 ( What over tho : :1 '
and Mrs Bob MyrtckTh if:1&

S"t"shi;; ls I C wives*of twelve the deputy gue '. Included sheriff f wy .n. ghSh i r .1 Gift mako occasion the ,. ; : :

MIN'S, M. LROTS' 1"S Louise Stern '.jI;A' Sanisonilc Streanilile '

I Presents Pupils ii'-J ,- .\\i.'j ,. '......i' ,
179I .,.. "'": ,. -- I \ ,: '.. '. Ho oth"'"qq.g. lift 19 m'*"y"/,, IA//igl..fgf$0 tittltl
TO 1. I .. .v''T.I
The! piano students of Miss '

ww..... ._M4 ....- Louise Stern will present their "iJ S > ,woseU.gA..e. :

wt.M _.e a aMi florlng" Recital Tuesday. *vnInc. 1
__ .... a.c&... I I Juno. 1 at I o'clock: In the "'!J.I, t
'' w .e.ow
Starke Woman' Chib. "
'"'- .-
-- -- -=1t MEN'S A ROYS' The following will participate ,,. '

;' C : Sally Torode. OsflaWlrutham. I az. I .
HEW. FADI ,,4 WalkingShorts Dirk TororV ShrCowart. -
..... ,. ley' ri Paula Chsmplon J I I a
: Beverly fKrunk. B cky Jack- :
in. Paul Faulkner. Carolyn 19 1 I__ r !

Shirts MEWS L9NtKS c''rev* PrlsrUIa Dr>dd. Hit .I % r

21ti42 Hurst.. Jimmy Atvare) Patti$ 1 II 1. I it 4a.7

Whlteh 4. Judy Whltehead
() ROYS !
199SM. Gregory Alrarrs. MarOyn Boll. *' ,r i
3t. 1R a
510ts79C I tq' 1 erN1 COw..CAM
U! Ingcr. Sylvia Dodd. and Mar. a '

Ma's .4 t..y r ...N the BolllntrrTh !
I_ {..... .- 11....l.- .... ..... -.. .Mra.' ..t4. .... Pf"n'am..ul" Includ* AiIO'Nft S OAf t:
..... a'r ...m. c... ad __ ...,. .. ..we 'AI"r OAt WY'OWII F
e selected worts from the ela sca ,..-Ili.At1-PVI 10U MINI LOTION is M. in*. M M
IIr4.,4.b1.. ''I"! Mal. Iooy otyIe.c. Tn public .Is cordially *In- 1 ,',?.!nwAlLualouspaAYIoioNlddra. ) J: G.AWAnar/l

.__,".. __ ",,-:: .. '''-- v__ vited.VlcRaeHancock. ...,,.I/.. t UVINO C.I..... SIN IK. Ps!.MAVC &LOTlOl.' M j jth WlOO'otG'

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..|* ACIIO O1DCOOO UNT.1J. .*.. SMOWC. i SOAP Ol A COKO. IJHInc. j /'HOA'/ it 'MM'I

MEN'S AND BOYS' ..-; _. ;Qr liT' ,fr.x.. NtI M .._- J s
Date Postponed "' ___.. ,... ml,. .. r'. ld.eI! g," ht .v...y ..../ ...
..._keprp ill .IM ....101..... ....-1.. it.._ 0.....J&111,1.
Canvas Casuals Tn. wadding of Mfr Carol w ... wuVM,.. ,,,,,,, b...._....wuh ..LqMvyt /
...... .1 a. t./red..v'de1..od. hl.. Mn"I w..N .
McfU and Terry Hancockplanned : de..w.e, .....'..... Cw.w. .lets .._'1 //.1.,.."'..>.Hit*.
'F, R.:.forCM umret 99 for Saturday evening. C.-. .med ... s-.. S.II" r..d. y. O *V 4 fV \ -
eushios.d invoU with arc,. .u0MKf. May :a.. ha been postponed .Se H. ..._ ahw.l.ddl.I.e.Ik' ey 0..,. II JJ

-. | Iot:ra I II I to 2, :2/2 2 dIM to th* aerioua Illness of c.......,. ........ .-...... ,........ ,._ J. J.'

la 6: _'ss6l/tfo12.' Mr' Hancock's! father. Dowry
Uncork, of Milan Term.Tuturt haul, All . HIM. .."..-, COM 15111' M CAM .

... ,_..,. ......, -. plans of the eoupt &A1I.1t" CallS'' . I''.** iWQUIla.U.y
... ,"" "'I!" :- ._ -.". .' -- .+. .." ..... ......., .
wQl be announcMl alabUr IAOf.S' wAselosi" ._ qty N....,ohs w

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Seniors vs. Varsity I possibly Drew Reddish who 1 plastic Notebook $$2.2 .t the
IRONS may have to go camping. I TELEGRAPH.

To Wind PracticeCoach with This their group tournaments has a fine, time and .,

Scrimmage Tonight Up Spring and WOODS occasionally Inject a bit of CARD OF THANKS

golf Into their hi-jlnkj. Ralph
Bryan tourney chairman, tells Our heartfelt thanks to all'

David nurse's Torni-: I i I en seniors on the sideline what you gain in the most Important me that he has: a problem who extended comforting sYm-
do footballers win! wind upspring I Falcon, Tllley. Rcddln!. EH: -rAimer I thing:,'' he aid. j with some of the players who pathy and help In cur recent
piactuv tonight with n.. tackle John t Spenglpi: Carnes advised the youngsters tr seem to b3 playlnt a bit of sorrow. For the beautiful serv-
second game-typo( ; scrimmage mad end Eddie: DouRlns on the to "do all you can to f f ; I I "foot golf (adjusting the lie' ice, floral offerings and other
with, the graduating seniors.( sideline, the Red and White I I prepare yourself for a rich 4 of the ball In the rough witha kindnesses! we are deeply
r and full life.. He told them foot 1 and that he might
that scrlmmaiti' I I Richard Richards -
Play will start at 7:30: p. m. !lied 13-13. In I t gra.tetul.Mra.
'to place ."major emphasis on have to Import a marshall or1two and Mr.
Admission is 50 and 25 cents(! the covh said Junior quarts M and daughter
The Tornadoes took, on ,3.n- back Larry Connell, who will athletics.everything" you do; not just 1 r1l for the Saturday battle and Mrs. G. W Richards and

tois last FrtJay and trounced bark uy; Falcon next year I 1l 1 girls
The youthful coach said: he -
them, 33-8. Hurse said the ualnei: valuable expeilence He
think varied
'GO( grid squad's biggest walcnoB threw ant ran well, Hurso a sports pro- -
Is 1 important! for
lack of said:: JIalfbnck Paul McLeod." gram 'any lly HOMER WOOD :
/ will bo a experience
high school because "what U
with tha '65 problem of anti Joey Reese( and fullback good for a few Is good for "
the second Handy Joynsr also looked: T
depth ftfnirlrut as < He
many. complimented B-
Vernon Sllcox and Olon'
drawback. Rood he said i II
biggest HS Athletic
r Director Pavkl Store
Our entire offensive line Conch purse alto named the r Hurae for the varied athletic Norman shot. a net score of 68 Storage
1968 varsity thlnts look at I to take the winning honors ofI
made few
did a !Road Job: they! I program carried on at Bradford I
mistakes." both Hurso and tlv closp of spring/ practice! High. the Best/ Ball Tournament'
IJne Coach Tony Griffith said fli' "!n number below Is the Curnen also stressed the held on the local links last
19S5-6B!\ and the second weekend. ,
of Friday's scrimmage.'Even grade ) fact that studying la a moat I
each playersweight.. Jim Cason and Billy Martin
we'll be
though II Important part of a high school
and! Center--Captain Butch Redding two new members of the
younger than In the past : or college education It's fine
12-183, and Starke Golf & Country Club,
have little experience If we Wayne he said, for a sport to give a''
next B'anken-dilp.!; 11- 165. Redding II that a net zcor-! of 60 to take
get; all the boys out year youngster the drive for success -
we'll have a good squad by newly named captain, he. needs If It help" hint second place honors. Buddy
mld-senson," Coach Hurse will!! definitely be the starting I to study. Something mimt give and Harold Bishop settled for
offensive center and middle- third place with a net score
added M(, r6r a person) the drive for suc-
He named middle guard gun td on defense.Guards cesa he must have he said, of 63. r
___ Norman has been playing ,1 *
Steve 12
Tilley p U
Butch Redding Joey citing nix own love for bas
Reese, tackle Jim Godwin 164; Roger ChlLson 11-167. Mellor quarterback, Phil Elder: finds. the going( rough agalimt hU former teammates in ketball, in high achool. Golf less than one year and
(He's Improved a lot over lost Leaton Morgan 11-ICO, Eddie tile .wrlnunuRe lout Friday lii-twi-pn the gnulu sling seniors and tho JUliO Torniulo,.. i The coach strewed how- shot the best! score since he

year"], and linebackers Steve Stancll 11-152. and John The varsity wan 33-8: but Elder managed to wore" once despite the horde of tiwklor. he''' ever, that It Is J folly for a started: 46-48-94. Silcox at-
Tllley and Mickey Agner as Bradley 12-160. Tllley was an fared on nearly every play The |iliiy above N a goal< | example of what the remora. fared.. high school athlete defensive standouts Friday. outstanding linebacker on the I II can "get by" in college ting.Harry
Offensively: the coaches said, 1965 squad and Is expected to I without a good academic Gruen and Carl Minx Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
quarterback Donald Falcon stand out there next season along I become aggressive. the most experienced back In I background or without studying shot a 64 to finish one stroke
with fullback Mickey Ends Eddie Douglas: 12- the bunch and Is a hardnosedfast Legion Diamond'Practice out of the prizes
threw and ran -well. "He'll be once he is in college. Many Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We .
He will provide
Agner. 183. Joey Rees 11-168, Mar- runner. -
big threat next year Hurse young athletes are forced to
added. Halfback Dwight Elder Tackles John Spennler lie Sanderson 11-193. and another threat and take pres- Is Set give up lucrative scholarships The DuPont employees will Hill Pick-up and Itutcher. There will be a
12-180. Andy Mayton 10- Tomlinson will action here sure off Falcon. Bin thingsare because hold another of their Pro-Am
see cannot
played fine ball and 68 sopho- they keep up Small .Fee for Pick-up-Hutcherinjj cows $.1.00 per
more halfback Paul McLeod 178; Jim Godwin 11-170, and too. Douglas was an outstanding expected of him next year For Wednesday their academics, he. mild. Tourneys this Saturday I Head and Hide. Bogs 3c per Ib.Cleaned Weight.
look good at tfeuos the coach Ronnie Tomllnson 11 163. end this past season as a Sophomore Paul McLeod to The banquet honored member have been Informed:I by a re- '
For Chill-cut and wrapping 5''jc c lb. with .
Spengler played the best In junior and Is expected to be expected to see a lot of action i of the golf team varsity liable source that It may be a per ,paper.We
said.Phil if he around and senior .American Legion Post 50 big "Foggy" for one of the
Elder scored the Sen- his career" In Friday's scrimmage even better next year Reese comes basketball, junior varsity basketball -
Ims'( lone TD whlla. Falcon, his coach says. Mayton will catch a lot more passes Calvin Varnes will be there will sponsor a Junior Lesion .I buHubaJl, vanity. I DuPont Dozen, as tM y call : Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezers

Elder, Harry Hatcher, Reese, may start ai a sophomore next next year, Hurse says with too baseball team again this summer truck, eighth grade track,:, themselves.At I
and halfback Calvin Varnes, year: he has looked real good Falcon on the throwing end. Fullback Mickey Azntr 12 and the first practice will c'hcrrlcHtllng. and junior varsity press time, the field of I I'hone 061-8281 218 Washington St.
tallied for the Tornadoes. I this spring, Godwin Is a Quarterback Donald Fal- i -168, and Randy Joyner, 11 be held at 5 p. m. Wednesday.June .' cheerleading squacla.! entries It complete except for ,I
i I -150. Agner hard nosed and 2. at the high school ... _____ ___u
In an latra-squad scrim- stronger better player and hasGEMINI:4 con 12-160, Lprry Connell ,"'" -
baseball field.
11-159. and Harry Hatcher the strongest man on the
for which Hurse put
mage sev I
I The team will play several
11-122. Falcon Is expected to squad, has< the position sewedup
as long as he Is able to games! at the State Prison,
be the big threat with his
walk Along with Falcon and and with Legion teams In this .
fine hard-hitting running andsuperb
Elder( he should help furnisha area, including: Palatka. Gainesville
throwing, Connell, BARKSDALE'u
very strong backfield ( and Lake City, I
though locking experience ,U \
: &
: expected: : to provide Falcon's especlaly If a fourth Three games have already \ :
been scheduled with the Prison -
relief and to look Rood at it as threat can be found. Ayner 3\
he comes along Huisc says can drive Is tlrrless [Is strong for the nights of June 17. First 10
I enough to carry two or three July 1, and July IS, accordingto
Halfbacks Dwight Elder '
FOUR:: DAYS' IN SPACE 12- 1GS:\, Calvin Varnes!! 12- tacklers with him for five or AI Crosby manager. CustomersFri. \
145, Paul McLeod 10 145 10 yardi, and Li fast beRldt.'s.I I Returning from last year's & Sat \\
Douglas; Conner 12 155 He Is sprinter in track team will be Dale Crosby, Emmett MorningReceive tEdm t\\' -
James McCiary 11-143, David Joyner, though billed a fullback Akrldge, Charles Howell. %
WALTER CRONIITE{ Shannon 11-150. and to back up; ARncr, may Greg( Reddish, Wayne Mc- SAW; I
Cloud and Mike Frick In addition '
Mike Castle 12-]123. Elder is find himself In the starting !
I left half spot, according to I to th w. several of the

AND CBS NEWSSTAFF4SPECIAL I I I, Coach Hurse \ other members, of the BUS 10,i Discount Ii// i
,. I team !are expected_ add considerable -
strength to the club,,

Surplus'* Wyrk} Clothes I Slow Pitch/ .. ,I Manningand Recreation Charles Director: Francs John STARTS FRIDAY AT 9:00: A.M.

Shirts and pants to
TournamentSet have been asked to help with
match. .All. colors. All the proirram. Francis Is a
Sl/es. Newly laundered former BH3 baseball coach)
iinil starched SaturdayThe and Is principal;: at the Starke (f1
Elementary School. ,

$1.50 Per Suit First Annual Stark- I "We will have a very strong htI hh STORE
team, and this Is the only ,
1 Yl'ryrood/ condition. Slow will nich bo Softball played this Tournament Saturday -- chance! that boys this age haveto fII: WIDE. !

Plions: 90I-98I5.!)(; !) We de and the double elimination play baseball[ in the sum
t liver. In rear flf Madam round Involving eight mer," Post Commander George -,I \

Roberts', the Palmist.Hiway tenms. could ItO to a maximum : Pierce commented.< "The
301, !5 miles of 13:: games!, nccordlngr to Legion it proud to take pnrtIn !
South of Starke. League President Townsend( this. youth program" hadded. '

Rtrlrkland.Starke L EVERY'I'lnNG ceiCOThis
American Legion baseball
I wlU be representedby : i
the Onrdon Restaurant competition In 19G3 Is open .

squad l with| a record of 23: only to bon born on or after: \
wins against 3 )oases this Sept. 1. UHf! according to u\C1 "" I
District: Chairman Charles J,
year : < champion of
? the &:bnefer,
tournament is Cocoa, Kla
o Perry, District" H winner last Includes All Of Our Nationally Famous Brand Names 1
year, M.izerolle, '.top Jackson-

H you haveQueslions villa southeast team,Regional and) Panama Invitation City, Carnes Talks I --- Come Early For Best Selection--All Sales Cash! I
3 4 JAX
-- about I winner In 1081\, will! also play At All-Sports !1 _ _u_ ... __ n. I
Saturday. Other teams are I i I IRcg.

your military I Ormond Bench, Ft. Walton, Banquet Thurs. : Men's $1.06 i I
First Federal Savings and Loan and Hampton.

I service I Play la scheduled to begin Determination 1 t. a,Mg factor I New Summer 25% FF I
nt 0 a.m. on both the Bradford LADIES HOSE
your local National Cuard in any endeavor athletic
Association of Stale High diamond and the
{ or academic! University. of SUITS
can help you <1fiel.1 on Geiger Road ..>>
Florida Track Conch Jimmy
I Competition will continue all day and into Saturday night carnes toW! a group of Bradford LADIES AND CHILDREflS : Now' 69CI
1 '"'',.;....., Starke-Visit with Rimes scheduled each High athletes and their %
t 218 N. I : PHONETEMPLE CWO Al Crosby I hour and a halt Night \frames 1 parents at the annual All. 25 OFFMen's I

AYE. .. I... ,,,'"J. 9RI-0500: Armory Itldff. will be played" on the Geiger I Sports' night.Banquet last Thursday I DRESSES lOUSES : Latest Styles I
AO Road
(II{ or Call BG1-2211 Field and will begin at Determination la what I
7:30: and 0 p.m. (If )
) necessary
makes of
success, Carnes told,
j I Admltuilon for all Is DressPANTS
I day the youthful! athletes. "That. ,,
CO cents for adults 33fonts
I I you win ts 1 Important, but -- '
,_", __ I for students.. KEDS AND'KEDDETTES
I \\tnat you participate and
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-RSD.IY. MAY 27. 1965: RR.,ThT' "RU ('01"\--rV Tr.f.r.r.nrn.. 1'iT.-\r.nF.' .n.nRm' pun. .! FIVE _
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Respect Laws, I tary Club Wednesday. ,! Virginia. After completing' Jacobsen as faculty advisor. ;, Estes were selected as JuniorI sponsored by St. Edward'sAltar \ services. and dinner on the,' include' old-fashioned lniring a/. -
Judge Adkins said school, he mill be stationed at the service I 0:45: a. in. Morning Worship. '
that > Among projects
on and king of the festivities
I I I Society, urounis after the wrrtce. I and 'the
l of chuich
i 11 Youth el I I I' a hhitory >
: of the greatest Fort Kucker, Ala. this Chi 1st baskets a. m. Fullowship. II
privileges of were mas
Adkins year 1 Music for Saturday'sCeremonies The '
Judge ''p.m. j Mrs. Richard Richards ofStarks person present with the presented by Mr. 8. L. ifJifflmyl -
living in a democracy la the to five Bradford: County i '
was provided by .
I won the four-Diere.' oldest standing membershipin Peek. Jr, Rev, W A.
Tells RotaryThe right of the individual, no' House Builder : families, a dimes sponsored Clams Tuesday! 3:30: -01 Communicants I'I'i I the Santa Fa High Chorale Teflon set) and C H. Hab the church will be! honored I! !t<)!lan will preach on the subject -
matter what his financial for the benefit of the Heart p I
or i I,i Representing the United strop of Kay lone r-I and the person or family -The Christian' Three
Gives The I Wednesday Session !
People '' j
political status to seek Fund a dance and car wash I
redress oteet'I'I Daughters of the Confederacyw distant' "
from the
7:30 I won the 13: translator radio coining most\ l Homes.
: in.
importance of respect for in the sponsored for the Cane Society I I I p.
wrong highest I Mrs. Fleetwood '
His 4 Howard of I
AppreciationGene | MayOr nand Chitty as- city to attend the honlteamlr.awJl1 Ail former members. present
Thursday Choir I
law In -
:or the maintaining i court of the land. and the donation of nn J.ikmnvlU: Chairman for .
7:30: m. | stated In awarding tba priws ;> receive a white Bible! members their families and :
<>ui democratic way of life was I I.J He expressed m-eat admiration Pnrnmore. local reprssentatlve annual to the BUS Ubiary p centennial was JYed" lX>nakli -' t'taturoa of the service: will Munda are Invited to attend.
"mchaslzed by Circuit Ju'.sej :! for law ion i Jr. I
of :
enforcement; officers Lancchamp: :
i C At Wn Jr., of OafnevMe runu'ii or (;m ; |First Baptist .__ "
who rbic their lives B.n\arrt Construction Co. ofJacksond1U' ::a_=;r_ _=-- -=--==-=---- .J
In l'.S. SOI. Lantry. 1'ln. j. I :.a. : ""-= -.r.-:"'" :; =:
': a speech: at the Ro- 1
every time they apprehend a :!. has exrr'aard( .- Jcanne Andrews 'I Homecoming |
criminal Judge Adklns *alJ. appreciation to the \people: ol CHURCHNEWS SundRY School, 10 Itn.. I
*1 Th speaker was Introducedby Bra trorlt. Union, and Clay () :Morning: Worship, 11 H. m. Wins TV Set ]I Set Sunday

One Shaw, Starke attorney Counties for the acpeptane; Evening S'rvliH7,3O p, m. At.. SmorgasbordJeanne i'Ii The fleet BAptiat C'JUI"C'Iof 1 I d"

who reviewed: Judge Ad-I i given Ms linn since it started YPB.: \Voclnem1ity. 7:3O: p.m. Struks will hold its annual
kins' career in the law both' operations here several Robert Tabs pastor '
Andrews of Route 3. |I homecoming, Sunday June 6.!
before and after his appointment i months ago. MUST BAPTIST Still'ke won the 19 Inch tek1- Actl\ltirs will Include special l II
as circuit Judge in January I Mr. Paramore slid the company CIlt'HCII. SFAKKKSeimons I I IIK1IIK1. H.MM.1ST: i, vHlon given ikwny Saturday features during the morning; ,
of 1664 I has under ton'tru:ton HfltCII: I Ii 1'night at the UllI'I'labol\l( : i iI iV ii
I 1 homes In for Sunday 1\I.&y i ,
BUS Bandmaster EM Ml or has completed 12 -r
; Butler, and 30.- Morning; : There Is NV Sundry, :'I<-lIuol. jo a n .
the Stuke. Lake
Mathews presented the i, V
: Artan
I One Uk You III Cor. 3:171 t..rn\.1t\ | S"rvlo it J a. m
and! he pralsI '
MUM Club sward, to, on Jimmy behalf Jones of the, Rotary son/ ofl.r I I, Keystone the cooperation area : shown by :i iI : Evening; : Baccalaureate Services Training Union, O.HD: p, m !I: ORIVE-/AJ/ .
at BUS AuditoriumSchedule evening! Service, 7:10:: p m
; I
:; private rltiaonv.: city anChnmbT :
: and Mrs, Ermle Jones of I I Nll.hneek Service
S alke. of Commerce of-i' for I the week: FLORIDA
i 1 pm.-Rev. W L l'Iowa..uot OI'KN) 7:30 SHOW
The I flouts and utilities department I i.I SWlday'VOtlhlp, 11 a. in : TIME; 7:15AIMiSStON
award: u given each I
year t
I and 7.30 School\
to the outstanding Senior in employee; : p. m. Sunday i ,
Van H. PriestCo. the Bradford! High School 'I Mr. Parrmaie: also had high'!,9-43: a m. Tralnlnu Union ; Waldo Host I ADULTS 73c;) STUDENTS 60c
for th.. Ut; F:d r.1 l Sav-i',6-15: P. mWednesday. t .
Band. Math- praise
wa Bald that Jim. Children Under .12 Free .
., Inc.5c my. who plays trombone, hadenllMed Antes it loan of Starke j'.I Family Night i At Centennial -THEATRE- m
which he sa'd!' was rentfertn IIva'lIlIb'e Supper 6:15.: Prayer Service.
In the Army after asuccessful FRIDAY SATURDAY
; to $1.00 Stores !17 1 m. M.
try-out to attend wrvlce to horn 3I p. Celebration/ ; OPENING TIME

---- the Naval School of Musts In I,I' builders"I hare in done tile area buUnrsa wIth i i|! Methodist: Church i r I II MONDAY TllltOirciI) FRIDAY May 27, 28, 29 "
) Hundreds! of spectators In: M.
uvlni* and loan associations '
In Florid. II'1, \ us several Schedule for the week: I|I' thiangcd Waldo during the' aiTURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY Z:00: ) DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
weekend for festivities inaikInn
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STARKE other nU'.eO Mr. Paramore Friday Brownie Troop 004meets.
,, the 100th anniversary of
aid, belt I have never found 3:10.Sunday: Thurs. Fri. Sat. 27 28 29
,! ''mustering out ceremonies of -May ,
Church School I.
RocwDOFLisI ToIII.t'
one that is more cooperativean
MOTOR : more genuinely Interestedin 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Confectetate town on May 20.tnxn 18flSlURiiliKht .In that the home owner as U our 11 a. m. No evening services I
or MYF meetings due to Iliad of the weekend ,Iobf'anr" TNI A r iw-4 M% iu.t '
PARTS local a-uoclation In my personal ." reenactment i 1.-t\1 dal l 40
I 'A" .,
opInion It is one of the School Baccalaureate Service -- : ;
of the military ceremony :
: 9.
1 1 S9 5 J
greatest a.i eU. the community Monday Olrl! Scout Troop stinted by the "Men of the l _., .:: :, .
hat ever had as far as 606 meet, 3:30: Olil Scout I 1 1
r blot Ida Confederate Army. a 4
home owwmhlp U concerned" ,I Troop (607 mee>H. 4:30: who appearedin 1 Plus I
Tampa\ group "
Mr. Paramore expressed' of Tuesday WSCS Executive I Confederate uniform. 1 4Or4 IUUIUM.NU...._................. .
great faith In the potential I Commute meeting.! 9:30: a. '
Featured speaker for the!
SUrke/ and mirroundlnv area m. WSC3 bu&lrwas and program Sunday afternoon' program. If* the Tee en AK Answer to IneomnaltI /

.Bonded and predicted continued metUnit. 10 a. m school
SHOCKS held! on the Waldo\
teady growth. WPnf'1W1ftv(! Junior Choir!11I1'oun.!., was Congressmen
Drake Shoes I I practice 4 p. m. Prayer Meet. '.
Original Equtp lent"ord.Chev. 1I1 ly Matthews who urged his #
Interact Club I Irwr. 7:30.Thum: .. iFQiNU01DR tt"d
Type i Ilitcners to remember the PAin w. I r'n
.. June 3 Chancel l3t1
and suffering caused by the
.. cotYI-reaww
Elects Officers Choir rrhearnal. 7:30: p. m. I War Between the Stater and > -- $ l 5 WIMIM.e1M MNW e t e

.Plymouth $].60 la commemorate the return of !, 1 r .._ :
:\" >HON HTREKTntrrnT
I.Wh e.:4. Each Flip Oraham, son of Mr. riu-nrii the Confederate soldiers to | Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. = ;

and Mrs W II (IDIUI) Oraham 900 Rlnrk "'..t Madison their homes. Sun., Mon., Tues.- May 30, 31 June 1 -
Special religious services<< 30 31-June 1,2
.Premium (;Erode of SUrke. was l last week elected Mieet' May := t
1 wete" held al the school Sim-
..btro president of the Interact Ccnvnient,' off street
70 Jet ptrk-
day morning and basketlunch
$11 1 ) 1&
.f.xchange TIRES for Club the of term Bradford 1966-86.\ HUh School>> Schrdul8un Inc at all- services. Sunday was rrread at noon SAMUEL BRONSTOH... THE MO.UTTRWTIW 1 OF ALL TIME =: z:

fHL: ) pnH'I: John Apt>na1f'r was, elected: *'v /School. 9:45: am Wnlda Numerous and surrrtuntllng residents reuattrndrd of JOHN W11Y11C AT SPECIAL POP_ PIECES!! t

vlee-preMlent, JIm DOUBU' Worship' nervier' 11:00 1 : am.. .- .
the celebration wearIna -
Your NAPA Jobber Is a Good Man secretary; David Hllcox. and 7:30: p m.. Training. Un- costumes. of the Confeder I = t
urer, and Eddie D"\lfla 1 ion. 6-15: p, m.Wednesday CLAUDIACiDINARITAWflRTH, ..
To tl't'-j I .In J.fAO ""Ill""' of' 'polaad a1sI '\ G "
and A Good Place To Go. ::
Ilobbr White board ""'ml1..1!\ Interact Club are a 6 30 Bible Study (The
p. m. w D It <> ATttA
MCalllMU> of Oalneivllle who
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r orirnnlratlon'r.' ""Phn"'d" t bed' He-art of Hebrew Itlnloryl' I ,
Starke Motor Parts Inc. WHS' selected Miss WaMo C -nlennlal uo, Dtto aN t 1NOIAN '
notary International w1 lUichapters 7.45 v. jv Lux
FVlder L. ;
: p m. Rowan contoatHuturlay I Icolo+t DC
I ,5o", In Europe. Asia and Ia.tor. 'I at a beauty! 'CON1t'SM1i11I .. .
j :! night First and ,second S ICNleul10pICOiMANCl1A1 .
1 Latin America.In addition ton I
SV. Itrownke ; I '
I runners-up were MUi i Ps' r'JtaMINIIUiHAWSYpIYIAlI01tIfIBINIRD4Utlll .1. :
Canada, and the IT. n. } FIKtT PItFMII1'TF.IU.\S IYf3MIIliDWAIOfJINI a"rnsrtroeuAsnatlAtatr otorncf WMAi
l Phones 961.0101-961.0811. !) The Bradford chapter (11L'H,1I I I Nancy Hporkman and Miss I
kpyli'wA Irtt swine'UC'IIKUM* ;
I IMHellla Sfrarkman. both of Mtad IIJUI he16. .+ .Mml.d4 t hdt .
V early this. Schedule' for felt starting >
wan arr'nlzed year *
i Starke 11x.rt W Mo I r ,
Mark Hamilton served .,1' May 30-: I f :
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, Handy Mock and Rodney' ( *- .
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Tested\ this 19th day of Mar Cirdl.. n of race, color or atandlnc- LOCO PAREN- guardian or other persons
11166. national origin and enjoy TIC register at the school standing In LOCO PARKN-
Se NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED CHARLES A. DARBY tho benefit of all services. of their choice on or bafura TIS. atiall hav freedom of VERIFIED I
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. and. fucllltlaa available at 31 At.1throuarh/ 4 choice without regard to their
By/ B ulnh M. Moody/ said achool. The freedomof June 1166. race color or national origin
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I Deputy Clnrk. choice herein granted C. Puplla transferring Into to ride any school bus, oper VALUESGuaranteed I
II (SHAly) I. granted to the parent, the Bradford County School ated. bT the Bradford County
I 5-24 4t 6-17 or guardian of the pupilor :System: for the school year School System serving, the
pupil. Involved or to 1965-68 who did not attend Khooi .f their choice. All By i
:V OT'CIi1 .uc'h person landing In arhool In ouch ya- buses. will be routed on a '
TATR OP FIORin I.OCO PARENTIS to Uch tem during: the chool year nondiscriminatory bails according Badcock Furniture
and Mrs. Robert Austin BRADFORD COUNTYOn pupil or pupils and auchfrei'dom 19t)4-) 9 and who are not to school enrollment.
o I the 24th day of May 1045 of choice must be commencing the first grade. IV. PUPILS RESIDING OUTSIDE -
I I and Mr. and Mrs. John Dlffgs at a iiiPollnft of the liraiiron exercised. at the time and shall by and through their BRADFORD COUNTY
doprl Sr.. grandparents joined their County Donril of Pulilln 1 Instruction In the manner herein. specified. parent or iruanllan or other SCHOOL SYSTEM: Friday NightSPECIALS
\ son and daughter-in-law Mr. held nt the office. of the Teachera principals. person standing In LO- In the paula" puplla residing
accc Rtin<>rlnt..nilc>nt nf Public In- nnd. other school' personnel CO PARGNTIS. regIster at outside the Bradford County ,
.. and Mrs. James Dlggs In giving Bfruotlnn., In the flty of Htnrkv hull nnt be permitted. toadvlsis the a,hool of their choiceon School Hystem. have attended I
",It 1 their son and grandson.James Florida tha following Mnlu- recommend. or otherwise 16 August anrl 20AUKUM school within the System. If $5 Down Between .
pAdr tJJ. I Dlggs his first birth lion waa unanlmouHly adoptedWIlRrtRAS ., : Influence such decision. I man. the Bradford County. Dourd of 6 and 9 P.lFrida\! ,
the result, atnninttroiiH Nor will achool D. In case of overrrowillnir, Public Instruction. continues II
: the home of Mr. as Delivers
day party at .. jutllcliil, I duclHloni. uti' >' personnel. either favor orpensllve first preference In choiceof to accept student from other any
1 and Mrs. Robert Austin in various utatutna enacted hy the children becauseof achoola will be given district their acceptance Appliance Listed Below. ,
101'1ed : I at the choice made. to those pupils who ren-. will ba on a nordlscrlmlna-:
( Lawtey Thursday. May 20, (!nnereas of the United Htat a.
: It la without queatlon. that fn n. Tn the event overcrowding later on or before at May tory basiL In ..!dlllon. theparent. : I
}jJjJP L ] 5 o'clock. There were seven through 4 June 198& One
forc,,d racial! setrrrirntloti! In I lh<* reaulta at a partIcularpchool or guardian of the Only -
'GO j guests present. The guests puhllu' ai'hools of r Inrlna another from the cholceamade TC. The choice' mad.. at the pupil or pnplla Involved or 2.Door Norge I
ncsIon. SCHOOL NEWS served ice cream cookies ...tat... I. IllxKxt. vlnlatns priority of asHlirnnient time of registration as rnch otl.jr n standing In
were the ConstitutIon of the United shall be baaed solely herein aboveart out shall. WKX PARENTIS- to such pupil 75 Lb. Freezer
The Annual Baccalaureate and punch. James received Scholarships Awarded !Rtaten. of America. and thai unon proximity without. be. blmllns for the school or pupil., shall have the $139.95 I I
.. tlona. F. The foregoing plan nfretrlKtrailnn Paragraph I A hereof and
In the cafetor- for the whitenriai
30 ayatema
day, May evening of laughter and fun .... will !).. followed rid school
BUS senior Murk Hamilton and Carlton Many are shown Ni'irro racea will ha nolonger C. Those wh. cholcea ar.ideatel the choice to any Only One-
lum of the school at 10 a. m. friends. annually, I
with his family and and hecsiise of overcrowding bus operated hy the Bradford
did by Rev. Broxton of Ocala. The GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL receiving W250 rhprkn from Clvltan Chili Treunurer Oncar WHEHKAS.pormlttodi;the riradford will ba notified. III. TRANSPORTATION- : County School System aeryIng Norge 9.5 Cu. Ft.
nil'IJr public la Invited to attend. Davis Tuesday. morning. Club I'rettlilent Marlon, I'uyne looks Oounty Ilnnrrt. of Public In- and permitted to make. soect"e Commencing with the school the school of their choice 33 Lb. Freezer-Pink
Services will not be held atrni'tlon. uftfr .exhaustive.. atnriy choice of .a form. year 1963-68 all ntudrnta. by 6-27 it 8-10 $119.95
KINDERGARTEN Sunday at Allen Chapel. on. end long consideration of tho erly Negro or formerly and through their parent orFBI I II

or graduation exercise ol Everyone will attend the sermon The two boy were chosen to rwplve the Mrtiolarahlpa. be- various possthla. ,atternatlvea.tin white "school. --I I
roncliifled, thnt It Is absolutely RF-msTRATIOV Only One.
II. -
the Kitty Kollege Kindergarten Sunday morning. Services ruuHe of heir oiitHtuntling rUI/fMNhlp and uriMleiiilo ability. ansentlnl. to the continued A. All pupils attending: school I i

yot will be held Friday night w-111 be held Sunday June 6. Until plun to attend. I'al.itkn Junior College 0... fretthmen. oparatlnn,. progress and In the nradford County I Bradford Electric 2-Dr. Norge Refrigerator
ha May 28. at Greater Allen tvpl'nre of the Bradford County Rchnol System during the Less Than 1 Yr. Old. Excellent Ii

gel Chapel AME church. The 'School: .!System' to formulate! : achool. year 1964-65 ..h..11r..I.t..r Condition
a, plan eliminatingtna. auaiitrhnnl for the school
we speaker will be Mrs. O. W. (ash. Paid for Good. CiRags. sywtem: year 1065-0(1( by returning 418 East Call Street $199.95 ;
ml teacher at IN MEMORIAM Bradford Farming vow. TrrnnKFonR: nw' I11 the registration. form to
George ec. No Khaki or Wool. All ,
ad nRSOtVKn hy the. Pradfi-nl any tencher prUi"lpa! or
RJE High School. The public In memory of Ida Sweat r Cotton. Bring to Teleigruoh.: Crmritv, HoArd, of ,Puhlln In. the office, of the Hitnerlntendent WE SPECIALIZE IN
1 AS
is Invited:!, to attend. Mrs. ,.t.SEE struction. nil memlM'rs. thereof of PuMIc Instruction Bargains Galore i
who passed away three years Plastic Notebooks $2.20 at
BuR .
teacher. : ponrnrrlna. that In order to r>n or before HI May Electric Motors and
Bessie Lee
ago on May 27. 1962: Our The Teleeraph.xonrn comply with' the Inws of, the through 4 June IflftS.! Dnr-
heal still aches with pain. 'Innil the ni'1, il"s4for.>l rminivn Iou such. registration period '- On OarSecond
I sM of Puhlli In trurtlon does It shall he m.n"ls...r. Water Pumps
ypi Our eyes still fill with tears. hereby place In ,'r..'t the fol.) that the parent or guardianof r

TI: : : Only God knows how much we OF ppf.irATio.. 'InwIMr" policies' .. effective unon the pupil registering. tnattend
miss her after three long FOR TT rtRicne the. rtnie. nf the adoption of this school during, the SALES & SERVICE FloorOpen
de I .. ... in....*. P. a. It.'n'' school year 19H5exer.
Of years. Ood gives us strength NOTICE M HEHKHY OIVEN. I. PStIrflOM: OF ('..011'':: rise th.. choice granted. In Electric: Motor Rewinding I
m to bear it; the courage to thnt Mr T. J. Aldi-rman" the A. l ICff..ctv) .. with the commencenuTt Paragraph r A hereof.
T'VI oMer', of the following certificate nf the school i l. All pupil. who will be Wed. Afternoon
th II meet the blow. Oh how much .* has. filed .call. certificates yenr. 1006-ltll. nil stlldrnt'i,, pale ((6)) yeara. of 'age. on or AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR and Friday till 9 I
it we love and miss her. the IT for a tex deed. to b.. IsauedTherBon. In the public achnolM ofnenriford before I January 1966 and p.m.
Rentas! world will know. She Tha certificate! numbers ountv.: Florida. who Intend to commence BERKLEY PUMPS
ad never
and yearn or IflMmtnca, th* shnll hnve freedom. nf t*>e. first arrnde for the W. S. Badcock I
ph has left this eart'lv' and gone Phil Cronkhite I scrIptlnr. of the nronertv. am' choice, In the manner and school year. l URO-68. In the Licensed Electricians: & Plumbers
By mi. to a better place. These thingsare through. the medium here Bradford County Hchootfytitem.
I era an follow: attend shall andthrough Furniture A Appliance
hard to understand but Inafter atated. tn by Phone 961-7361
)lorlo Certificate No. 181. .
? any acTtnol In the BradfordOaiinty thelrt parent orsiIar.In ASHOC. Store
I .
Saviour Year of Issuance 1847.Description .
sa we seem hear our : ftrhont Hystem.. re. or other. person. '
not she Is Of course it Is known that of Property All I
$1 Per DayALL say. "She is gone Hint portion of WH of NEK of
Just a.way.Blgned[ ] Sister. Mr. Whittle. our Chief of !SIC'4' Lying IS of Ry. 8.o. 2,
NEW PORTABLES relatives. Markets. asked me to help T-H-H.. R-I2-B: 3 Acre.
E Annie Saunders and
I Nam In which! ......e4
aitc' work up a dedication ceremony Tony Drumro.All ercLio.4ec.4'zeZ

EmersonDahmer's of the New Suwannee of an Id propane being? In e. .
THE RIGHT POINT for the Valley State Farmers'Market th<, County:: of llrnl.'oid I. Utateof : .. "'-I"' "'I"I'r :-. ,r-.Kw.- k

I way you write. Come In andneelect at Trenton. Well, Unless Florida.aunh certificate. oe ; ; {\ ; : I"uUR

your favorite ESTER- when we got started It just certlfIcatea' shell b* ",de"m..dA""nr.lln. tPB.1 MSIIS: ( ; ;;..;;
to jew. the nronertvdescribed I \ftmON..GrTC'. 'RIU.IJS ,
fountain TELE-
I BROOK pen. snowballed. So now as 1 t tr. Much. certificate or I

112 E. Call Ph. 969-1771 stands they are going: to havea certificate highest bidder will b at.. cold the to court the ; y A ; : .. _, f! ''t
at June 5.
fish fry noon on fiuiiMM dmir on the flr.r Mondav or'
I I sponsored by tractor dealers In month of Juno, 1963.l whIch

I'ft"A ftthft... In th. ArPA Cnm! .ti the lt day nr .''lIn.. tflflft ,
'- ntfil' tll.. 30th Jay of April 20 Word or less, one time .03 Memorials, Resolutions .,-... to per weed

In Florida I missioner Doyle Conner will l 1905. If not paid In advance__ ____ 1.25 Crania of Thanks up to M word___ I-M

be the principal speaker andIt [SEAL] .. _ .
Keyed or Blind Ad ____ 1.25 Over SO word. ---, ;.__- So .fur weed
Is also hoped Lhat Governor mOULAll M.
after a day's fishing MCODTDC1 Each additional word over 20. .05 Display ads In CIaainedlJJO per taah
will be present.
Haydon Burns Clerk o' Circuit! Court of
beer's the The State Legislature will be (County Florida -- -

one... Invited. 6/1 .t 6/27 Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTUESS\! PEYTON:'\ FLORIST CLCGE-OUT First grade pencil

for J- The growers are donating a Call The Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS i 11. THOMPSON: ST. 0c each: 70c dos.; 14
good }!'\ truckload of melons for char- 71t Lemon St. Palatk PHONE: BC4-41SS half BTOM. Bradford County
fun .. i;' ':}-" Ity In New York Four water- IIICIIT ('01 ItT HAD- Furniture Re1alred.I! I NIGhT 9694691DISTINCTIVE Telt'lTaph. U

good melon Queens will fly to New KOHII (01 XT%'. rroiin I E. LaRue Upholstered A Ref inlahest! I FLOWERS
to IN ('U.1':11 CUM. N... ll-! .tead The Clamufleda! We Wire flowers Anywhere I
York with others presentthe niuiJiUMuellne Keyaton Height MATTRESSES REBUIL'INew KINOSLET: LAKE
IF' YOUR NAME is tfchg
melons. They will make | M. **tintefriMintiu Innersprinirs Two ottaic for rent by week
four different appearances at Consultant For All Your' I FOUND AMONG FIIF.! or two weeks. Modern convene .
and Box Springs Auto
v" Radiator
the Worlds' Fair and will bi CLASSIFIED ShoPj'
Insurance Nt't'ds.Itt'p."entlnl' tence private dock
Martha 1. Stonier,
televised on National TV. This I...f.ndl.nt.N)1'I"N Drop IT A Card or AT Tire TELEGRAPH I Car Running Make reservation' now for i

should really advertise Su TO .AIM'IOAH ; PALATKA BA 5cd OFFICE FOR A FKEB
.... Radiator Leak June. July and Auffuat. Phone
1'" Martin L. hunter Add. Great American In.*. Co. MRS. PF.GGT 8HALLER .
Valley m Jons. TO TIlE
I'nk nnwn. Cleaned & Repaired i I|I Baldwin 208-4477 during week
The Traveler In*. Co. 209! E. Adkins St.
What affect does this have? Von Are herohy notified tnt) THEATRE. New & Used RadiatorsAuto 'I < pm. Mrs. D. C. Agin. Box
n. milt. for T>lv"rr." hum been. fUt Starke. Agent
It has gotten four communities >.il nifnlnHt. you In the above Tel 473-4693 Da, I Repairs & Drake "05. Baldwin. Tla :3tp -2T
in an area working to- nnnipil (*.urt tint) CHUMa. and you 473-432S Kite
gether. It has brought out the are required'.. .. to Nerve a copy WANTED LAWN WORK.-' FOB" RENT Two apart- Service FOR 3ALB 1930 Plymouth
I nf your nnMw r or pl ndlnir, to The Price At tire .
Auto Fire Home Business flight -door hard top. NeW' *
fact that by workingtogether tli. .rn".hlnt" on the Plaintiff And Maintenance. Phone IMU4083. merits. One 3 bedroom un-
great things can be accom- Attorney Thoma A: f'lerra 20'N Monthly Payment Plan 4tp 6-37 furnished. one 3 room furn I Strobo's Garage $500. See at 1205 Pratt St. or
..rth Tempt Av.. tirke., I call Bo -rU5: >trr>. !S'37PTROrAX '
plished. Each community hasasked ished. Call 964-6683. Call after
Klnrldi soil, flip the orltflnnl' In FOR SALE Fill dirt. top soli 1-4 Mi. S :.101 on Edward I
what can we do? Theyhaven't the ufri.-n of the Clerk of the BE SURE TO SEE World ad 3:30: p. m. tfchg Loop Rd. GAS Corp. want
tractor work. and
fin-nit Court --t'efor the Book before buying other nw
just "sat back. Also on or any If Inter-
In Stark
2Hth diy of Ju"e. 1066 other building supplies. W. T. Jackson Phone 961-5171 agency<
Wherever fish for the have enJoyed ; Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne, FOR SALK
Individually, people I
i\' you sport-on cited contact C. I. Wnitehunt
wt"H Ui"* .1I..tI..n. of paid Building Malarial and :Mn- Over 20 Years Experience I I
centering attention on ('''''''I.lulnt will I b.. taken. .. your local representative aWe\ at OalneavUle. 312-82Ia. tfchc
ocean by booming.sur .. mix eoncrte concreteblock
; or on some their area. .onfeMMcd hy you. 19SS. P. O. Box 603. Phone chlnory Supply. I'bone. Ready tfchg.
quiet it's the end' Thin foil.'. phial! he publlflh 4001. tfeh) house piers sand cement !
country pond, great at The time has come that I'd. one. furl., week. for four 964-3704. tfcha. I mortar mix.: rock. &U>el.Ttter :MAKE RESERVATIONS now :NEW AND USED HOMES!

of the day to head for a rewarding glass I SALE for 196 and 1968 kindergarten. -
While you're talking over the ones that got away I ing independently And Join I Singer Portables $9.95 1111 Come on out folks. travel llntela. BRADFORD Phone 064-8941! Mama :
open. ENOP. CO. Phone
or paa-frying the ones that didn't you enjoy.the Forces In order to accomplisha SINOER COMPANY 403 N. We have bargain of aU kinds.P'urnlture. Btarke. tfer I Priest 4tf hg 5'37 I Down payments aa low a*
good program II 1 100 00. and monthly payments -
hearty taste and cool freshment of let know Marion St. Lake City. Its stoves $15.00; refrigerator I BURNED OUT HOUSE and I
only a glass you've got to people tfchu : like rent. A. J. 'n1.omaa.t .

beer can give you so well. Yes, whatever your who you are where you are. 12 \Wides. 752-4081 of$25.00 all kind.and other Alao FOR" SALE BV OWNER I lot for sale. 60S Alton Road. If t Relator Tel. 4-9701..

und what you have to offer. e. I appliances 3 bedroom. 2 bath. Concrete Interested call Macclenny AL
sport-bowling or strolling golfing or gardeninga So. together growers can do E. E. JUn 'EUART cow and hog'*. Leonard Grlfn block home. Large living i 9-7819 3tp 5-27

frosty glass of beer makes a naturally this-divided they can.t.The Custom( Made : 1 It Sons 3 miles north of room. kitchen and dining NO. til
atate hUh-
3 200 ft.
3-27 on
Starke. 2tp I FOR RENT Furnished 4 acre.
great accompaniment.UNITED co-operation of the pc.oo-I For Florida Living : MALE HELP WANTED area. Oaraxe. Central heating. : room and bath apartment. 136 way. Build that horn or buslnea .
..'. in Chief In nd Archer, New- I Phone 984-118"1. :3 tp 5 27
STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. \aI M More I II RESERVE LIFE FOR SALE -30" gas range In S. Water St. Phone 969-1 185. '. here. Walk to new

P. O. BOX 273, WINTER PARK FLORIDA berry.. and Trenton has been I YOU INSURANCE: COMPANYOne excellent condition. Many ex W. C. TOWNIESD;;; tfcP.fNI'R.tNE -. school. health forces aate.

I tar above ex 'ctatlOl\8. I I For Your $ $ $ of Florida's oldest legal tras. $6 .00. Oaj clothes dryer I I i !i I4JGO. Just S1200 down.
: I
$"5.00 Terms If desired. Beautiful Lot For
companies specialIzing
No Salaried Commissioned reserve ;
I I or I NO. mI
Home I AT nrnrcr.n: RATESAtTO.
In hospital. mejlcat:! 428 N. Walnut. M4-3881. ltp Approved I t
Employ Large stately trees. paved I FIRE. BOAT I Outttandlnt Value! 4O acre*.

I' surgical. Incoms protection FOR" RENT-4 room furnished : streets and close In. Lot sizes' IMVt.R F. TONNKRINSCKANCE : I Modern 3 B. R. home. On
GAINESVILLEAwning DAn& BRAD LARSEN and full line of life Insurance
apartment. Modern vary from 100 ft x: 110 ft. to AGENCY' pave] road. Barn. Shelter.
LIKE TO WORK coverage is planning an extensive iences. Phone Prices from UC'tl.1 Tractor &: equip. goes to. Wall
330 ft.
200 ft. by
connn.1 i
D W AUTO SUPTIV IHe: expansion! program I p
UN.OCRS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY I i W Madison. 11.50000. Make your selectionnow. I to wall carpeting. Pine offerIng -
YOU Benefit! and will recruit' a limited A. J. Thomas. Realtor FOR RENT 3 rooms and 111.nO.r.nna..

Company'PREMIUM number of men to completeour FOR" s.u..E-2 milk cows. I Tel 984-6701. 3tfh .. 3 bath furnished cottage. Phone I II

staff. yearling. Beds mattress M"-r.M1: tfrhs HTKOtT REALTY

All Sizes on Display I 1. Applicant must be over :31 rprlngs 36" Ta-n gas range I I ARE YOU WILLING to wotk I SIIT* N. Tempi A**.

8-10-12 Widen and under 86 years of age 75 gal. gas tank. rdrlguator'l; 10 to 12 hours a day and earn I VACATION IN THE I IV. S. Jill)

1 Vt Ilnthn I 2. Must have a burning desire i dressers wardrobe up to $1.000 a month ani I MOUNTAINS? Phen t4!-3UI*

QUALITY and Expandables I to earn 'JO a day with our chine and R. C. A. TV. good I, more? Can you manage your i New cottage In Blue Ridge I
FOR RENT-I and 2 bedroom
day old qualified Isads. condition. See!! U. D. Dyal. own time? If you answer |I Mountains. 10 ml. from Ridge-

POOR BOY PRICES' : 3. '''33.34 monthly quaranteed Hampton Junction. Itchg I, "ye*'' to these questions writeF. I crest on pared hraray Sleeps trailer. Can be moved on your
New and Used8Yr. I I lot. Phone 3. B.
I own
:1 earnings to those who qual- ; W. Miller. J09 N. Perkins I I, S comfortable. Completely; :
'FOR SAlE Two ddle \ White!' 2U-h S 3
of $800to furnished with utilities. 140
ify with a potential St Le -burr. Flnrtrta Itp
financing available I
horse with western riding ,__ I i j
$1600 per month. j per week. June thru Sept. FOR SALE Black. full
4. Mn selected wit be given saddles and brldl?.. $150 00 I II FOR SAt&-3 registered' btjck I I weeks available. Write P. O. length formal. Ue T. with

Use Our Rental.Pur.I I office and field training by I each. Phone 064-3881. Up I Angus bulls. One. 2 year old. I>Box Drawer A Starke. Fla. hoop. Phone ....- 47l. ItchcHTR

I chase Plan-Payments experienced Company personnel I i one 4. Will trade one for one !| _tfh i

Under $;)(O Per Month Including! weekend I FOR RENT-Klngsley Lake 4 of equal) value. A. O. Frame.
"lt's gal two badroomsal I. -- --- -- -- schooling: in points located bedroom. 2 b.Uh: furnished I| phone 1 M9-398S. lip FOR SALE Good business!

ond path." either in Florida or Oeorgla. house! month of June. Rent by I j I _____ __ I[ and residential properties' In FOR SALE I room frame

For Home Mobile Home Starke. Improved and unial house. 2 acre land on Htw. .
or YES. WK; hAVE; 5. Automobile necessary. week or month. Phone 533- :i NEED A T1OER In your y
NOW'Mobile begin 2732. Itch 6 3 l nrowd" K. V. ICnlght. P. O. 121. Contact Irwin> Ortrm.I .
must *
>O FOREICN) { : i 6. Those selected home? Adorable little tiger
This Week Only I' Drawer 1". City tfclu I 1hlttwdI'nnt9tI lIp
PIPE! i 'immediately. kittens free to good I

Home Site I T. The men selected at this FOR &ME-Larg, 3 bedroom. 1330 Blanking St.. Saratoga MOST SELL M l leaving<< town

Giant 8'x20' Patio Awning Only AmericanMade time will, within 30 days. be 1 bath house with separate faieht.l Ito i':FOR SALE-.Milk goats: twnannys Stereo Console phonotraph
AVAILABLE I 1 mCking.: One buck-
placed In charge of nearby See
i living and dining room. with 20 album Phone M4-
Pipe At branch offices as managers. at 323 N. Church St. by appointment : i' FOR SALE- Complete Dump I i Alplne-fVublan ISO Friday or I' B413.
ONLY ?9 Full Lake Privileges
I? For confidential Interview only or contact Truck body SSO( 00. Phone 783t 1 Saturdar H. Faber, Rt. 1 Box I .

Foreign Pipe I Homestead! ExemptFinancing I fill out and mall coupon be- Wayne; Chance at ".-1891. t I 3901. Itohg MT-B. Starte_Itfhs.' FOR s..u.-U-. E. 13S b.
Embossed Alum. White Naked Enamel
or '
Prices. I low. If you feel it necessary Uehi I ,I portable T V. 12 monUii old.
I FOR RET: Furnished eot.
submit personal resume I I FOR" RC'ITuntunWh<< 2I 1 Excellent condition MO. Phone
tag*. 3 rooms and bath. WinI
with FRANK wnL.OT'T1I0t.'SEWn'ES and 3 bedroom houses. Fur- 'I| 964-5413 1tch
NOTHING DOWN I) 9. W AIPTO SIIPLY IC Lake Geneva I along coupon. I I dow fan. nice yard. 140 00 per I
I Name . . I I[ nlshed 1 and 2 bedroom
Terms To Suit Your Budget 'Ih8ulitoue f. ftOWNUC ST.FMONC I St. AddressCity \' . . I I houses. Houses' sold easy !i month. Water paid. Stout. FOR RZNT-1 room furnUh-

944-4441 Trailer SalesOn tt State . . CUSTOMER ACCEPTANCE terms. W. H. Nollman tfchg I.I Wald! .tIS-Hoe ftp ed apartment! Klnoley* Lake.

Other Sizes & Colors Available a 4AUOwuii A'.() '.&JPPIV I Tel. No. . . . highest in history. Few territories I I FOR SALE: 3 A 3 bedroom J. H. GilL phone M3-3&31.

Route 10O One :Mile SR Are . . . . . now available for women FOR SALE-14' ski boat and I frame bomea for colored at I I 4 to 817

Free Estimates Call Collect 376-8888; 301 I CAU ST, Keystone llvlfhts I I Write: to earn good income with ';, heavy duty trailer. SI30. Upright Stark and LawUy. ISO down. FOR RENT OR 8ALR- -Newly .

PHONC M4-1291 Open Sun. & Evenings; I Personnel Director I high demand Avon" products. I, IS" freeter. 1135. Other no qualifying.: Can PhU Black | decorated 2 bedroom houSe

Gainesville F..... P. O. Box 10475I I Write Mrs. OuMa Sweat. P. O. misc. Items. Call Ht-MOI. collect. Jacksonville 339-2SO4, tmrurnlanM. Couple only. $79

I I Tampa Florida Box 849. Live Oak. Fla. Ext. 643. Itchc I Ztcbg5-fl 1, per mo. Phone ",,72&5. tfcbc

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FLA.. Tlll'RSnlY.' MY 37. I9C3 ;

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and lead to his early demise. I however. Is one vouched for I round your noggin and I then.I spot vigorously, and as often the result of the good old law' ......4\ .r* ..* fallow. *.:..
.rtlflral' No. 111.
S. I by The T..learaplt'dltor wh< I on find.nx a nice tender spot as not. stagger" from the blow of supply anj demand. Maybe VPHT of liifiuBno. 1947.HciiiTlili sere
ce And R. II. Schneburger: of nays he! learned it while at swoop In with deadly accuracy and are bitten elsewheie! before sol polled down. It seems to l .inn of Property AI1
the Park of Palms. Keystone. i CMTC camp at Fort McPherson sharp teeth and a vorac- you can recover your paean th"t." .h 'n you have) !that lIq'. u.l.ylnK.rlli>n uf M W or'4 Ry.of NK'B<*o-. *.ot 1.
heights' give the following 0<1. many years ago. This i\ ioua appetite; senses! The alternative to wait something no one wants It, T-s-rl., It-::: -Ie > Acr... .
is the half I until bo and Nil II.. In' wttlflt. a...
foimula. which he said can be I recipe: dip up a you are bitten to ,111'1you have none Tunv l"rllm..o.. -r
compounded at a drug store: teaspoon of suuar, upciuklj H At that I we should sure, U painful and little sat everyone clamors for It. Personally All. iif xitlil. i>roi"rtc t>el'! '(
Location Of New Junior CollegeNot brncocaine. 5 per cent; methyl few drops of kerosene' on stand be thankful suppose Mutt the! fly U no l..taollolas. there. seems to bean we didn't tote for that i.f rif *'1..",limy Id.'... of llritl.'u.U. Bwi*
allcylate, 2 per" cent; salicylic swallow! If It doesn't& kill bigger than he U. Can you almost eiuiless supply of "JI W", and It we! ever net the .l'iil... .Hiii-h, r.rtlfloaU rear sal.J'
A Political Issue As We See It acid. OS per cent; ethyl alco- you. it'll asphyxiate the red- Imagine what pain' and sutlerIng the! rascals. chance: we'll rote to repeal It.j i rllfh, nl..ii shard. h.. r.d..miiSin
hol. 73 per" cent: water. Q-s. bum when the kerosene fum..sstart could prevail it, by some I ruiilinic$. in,.IHW th prop'iAyih ''
'n' 'rlbrd| Hi in h r.rtlflcate'or'' t
He say that a 4-oz. bottle of ooKlnx: out ;your pores! i erllfl.h! .s will" b.. ...Id to tltlushes ,
freak of nature the pst ever We see whei< beans
An editorial in Tuesday's issue of handsome tract of 100 acres on high, .1.35.1 greeit ,
hulilrr tn guiurlhoiim.
the formula i lit *
The Gainesville Daily Sun says, rolling ground overlooking the some and that ..costa about e grew to the! t Ue: of a crow? arc now bringing $4 a h"mpl.r.tlld :\o 1'1/'h. LF' '..Pi,...,"'".... .. 'dour on th. firm. Munitjr
'hilthe dofsiVt! But there's another pest a- But If U'I'I'e the rasa ut lrl&1pOIIlWl'S $T a hundred row. nt nr. :.,. In month of Jun., I SUB., "ril uI
toward the day-to-be-developed Santa Fe River.It .. ""1.1II. I", 0.VOTH'K ".
"Bradford County's cooling guarantee anything It helps O' I* tlir lt' d.iv tif June Itsi.
round now the yellow fly that least we could carry yellow- pound A while ago you .
M IIRIIKIIT' : OIVKN.thiit : e4t" ,
liiuril of ll>
r tn.t ,1It1 h lny
was I located on one of Florida's! main him. He also "\
proposed Alachua-Bradford junior col Mid that sulphur has about as bud a bile as fly guns and shoot( the rascals: couldn't give them away ImJ Mr T. J. A n I)hoV IllHi, "*
traffic arteries-U.S. 301, with a countof dusted on the ankles is >IIKI,' ,.t .Ilio rullnwlnir t-rrtl- -
lege is lamentable. supposed ; -i anything that walks, ciawls on night. now when they are about ri,,Kt.'K, Una rii..t. tniii' i friirifiiii ISKAL1:
Lamentable it might be-but it is more than 6,000 vehicles per day- to keep the rascal otto or files In tills section, And S. none! the pile* goes up and u i "ii (tt'' tii.i*.l in It* ,IMMIIIMI. U.I1I.\1I M. :MOODVIKI
but I ,.
a location that could hardly be matched many of them mane how persistent the pests are) few strike It rich ..*. i' "it "'he. rlirii. 'it" niitnh _
As It hear Iu'owel'tl ... .
also understandable.Why an to get is now you one >i h ll ll l Hf of IHNIIIIIIC' Ins Cl.rk i>r for accessibility "viewability" pant that barrier I One of them will come zooming ot them walt anxiously( for It ,it. i, 'Ipt r >f lh.' iirniirrtv. ,midIH I I County. PlurUlik .*
should, Bradford County get all out of nowhere, burl i- riMtiu. M wblfli tl wiia u.> : g'5t siltMotorsL
purposes. The to land and then swat at the People tau us that: thU isl
steamed 'up 'o"er" a new junior college most "tasty". remedy I l !i .:
Bradford County made Its offer of ...
that will (If Gainesville has its way) -
this attractive site then
be little, if any closer to Starke than obligingly
'I 1 yielded to its larger and more power-
already existing junior colleges that
'.' are available now at Palatka and Lake ful neighbor in the hope that "the
t d powers that be" would at least makea r
City? especially Is the cooling
minor concession and locate the IER ILLEGAR
process understandable when it remembered
college in northern Alachua.
that participation by this
county in a junior college program We do not deny Gainesville's breast-

might have a detrimental effect on beating claim of far outnumbering

chances of obtaining an area vocational Bradford County in potential students
t school for Bradford County. attending the proposed junior college.

Certainly could become much But in this commuting age, we cannot
t we
see that the distance from Gainesvilleto / .
more enthusiastic over a new junior Waldo SELLS FOR LESS
college that would be located north of some 10 or 12 miles-
should be
Waldo still well within Alachua an overriding factor, outweighing -
all other considerations.As .
County and yet close enough to
Starke and other Bradford County we have pointed out before

towns to cut commuting distances, Waldo though certainly not the pop
now travelled by students from here, ulation center of the area to be served 1965 FALCON TUDOR 1965 F FAIRLANE TUDOR

by a worthwhile amount.It by the new college- is much more
the geographical: center than is Gain-
would seem that locating the college -
esville. At least 10 or 12 towns to
in Alachua
County would be

enough friends, without to satisfy stacking our Gainesville universityon / are be served much closer by the to new Waldo junior than college they. $ lKl.l\iHKI: : IN: S ntI.I\'t) : lnn( : IN.STAIIKB :

university in an already traffic congested are to Gainesville. With the proposed STAKKKAFTKIl: ;
four laning of the
highway between
area. In fact much could be
said Waldo and Gainesville/ a ten mile ride : APFKU:
about the favorable effect on

Alachua County as a whole, that daily by Gainesville students wouldbe I I55i $,!!9:;. DOWN $:2 tt! :5. I IH1WN(
negligible factor.
would come as a result of decentralizing a
In recent articles .
news The Sun has
some of these institutions' sharing
pictured the junior college issue as a
the benefits with other sections, BALANCK: BALANCE
selfishly inspired fight between politicians -
rather than attempting/ to crowd everything -
into Gainesville.The of the two counties. We do not 36 Months '36 Month
see It that way. With Bradford's announced
town of: Waldo
once a willingness to let the collegego
railroad center but no longer such- to Alachua
County-providing It
could stand the shot in the that
arm is north of Waldo-It seems more to With 170 / White Tires With 170 Deluxe Scat
would be provided by the location ofa us like a civil war between factions in Ending, Engine,
junior college within its borders. .
Alachua. The issue, as we it, is .
Rocker Panel Heater Belts and Heater
Surely Gainesville would not deny ita whether to try to build a GalneA'l11eUmegapolA" ,
own sister-city: this one small crumb.It / or to spread the benefits

should be remembered also that around and try to build up the entire
Bradford County was first in the field area of AJachua.) County- ven the economically Rased on the( I'rnltu..t'd| < l H..tI"dlu" of Mumifiirtiirrr'n "Federal 'KxrW: Tax.W .
with an offer for a free site for the deprived and politically 5 will ItKKI'M: ':' U IMHKCV: TO ""Ii%1l11.14I':it'r11F: FULL' AMOUNT: OFTAX

proposed new institution. It was a powerless town of Waldo. Excise' Tax Refund f AS IHiiUMINii: : : ; l.y Conur.-. **, r"tr -uctlv to :May, U. I!W5.: In.

-- Hnniurh a* the exurf. l prrcrnljige! or amount ttf iu\ reduction has nol&;.heenilrlernilnril.
/ we lire quoting| priests| 'lnrJii
The Right To Work Deserves

,, Same Our editorial Protection support of an As Administration Other in good'Civil conscience Rights'accept the union

does not mean that we necessarily : shop, or Indeed if he cannot accept 32 NEW% (JAilS AND TIl"IJJKS( Sl; T
agree with everything- it does. unjust qualifications that might be :
This right to disagree has been imposed by management. We cannot

brought to the fore by President John believe that a worker hired for a job

son's message to Congress asking for he can do should be required to join
repeal of Section 14 B of the Taft- any organization in order to keep It

Hartley Act. "It i iA not only a state's right that

The section/ as it now stands, affirms is involved here, but the Individual I
: the right of a state governmentto right of freedom of choice If 14b( ) Why Fight The Heat?

prohibit compulsory union member should he repealed care should be

ship within its borders. Florida is one taken through enforcement' of Taft. \ .J
of 19 .state having the so-called Hartley safeguards so that the indi "

"right to work" law In effect vidual's lot .U enhanced rather than : GIVE YOUR CAR .
We\ believe that a worker's right of worsened through giving up this right
choice is invaded and destroyed if he of choice.. "

can be compelled to join a union in The time (Is short. It is generally believed lOuD : :

order- to hold his job. If our democratic that this bill will be on the /
system of government means- floors of both houses of Congress Intro 1:1:1111'l INSTANT COMFORT

anything, certainly it should mean weeks', time.

that an employe has the right of Those who believe, all'e do, that w
joining or not joining a union as he ,
"the right to work" U just as. much a
chooses.In civil right as any other that has been l '

the words of one editorial writer. legislated by Congress in recent years 'j
"We can see that individual workingmen are urged to write to their Senatorsand 'jII
have required! firm organization Representatives in Congress ask. N't W! II

in order to win. their way to today's ing them not only to vote against repeal ..
improved working conditions./ Yet we but also to actively work among .00
feel it .U not enough to tell the work. their colleagues against repealing the t AS LOW!

man to find another job If he cannot right-to-work provision. 79

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up /tarry things that are all
Farmers Diary ; .red* and .our a* practical.

r II I: Joke before breaklarf. About
II the only thine that hare"
I .y prospered In the dry wut.her .,11

art the red buss and they
the flowers mutt b* depending !I are 'sing I in line to get on
on month' precipitation. poor Ram to hat a plrnlc. SERVICEBRAKES
or louts dry. And not only In* ltNls% 4 I
I t flowers: but UM tree and
crop and paaturn and everything for f How lUff.,.,.. we hart '
..*.. A etiang. In the I 1! the foUowtn two remedle
weather U forecast. which wtU for rvd-buc MI"**. sent In by tO
break the drought. and It| readers: II] from Lyle Van 1
can't loo .. Buoum. farm editor of thtI
com .ooo.. 'OI.M.( < all.lwr>.raord' Oh fad< According to Uw uyln Tampa Tribune th* tip that
!I.I. ..."-. ..0 out all oval.fist srr"ptue a .cgl, ,.c
April shower bring May Crrn ao. the crop of briar ales nnavmall pcHMi on cite .. RHINED I
rn..l 'id
you 4Qht I. 53 nd'I I7Q" f* .O
flowers. and Judln by lh berrtra la probably ta*. The wound" wta rrllere the tUhlflt.:
raIn we'.. had ao far In May, we're tren are knotty: dried-j hand I I also cut off th* bug' air ", yc.r puse pose an.. t. fr, f Ades 'Id. .'4 y : jrt 5 .49
wonJ.rhr..t.r.y/.5'/ 9 ycu'I..kdlonC 1u4.s $
rorv.M( ford I.w So a.e you fad D** FORD
r.'d tat y eu flyhtl. 1 8

c, p t &. t_ MaTm.... CoiTOI ...O Pvt..MlOIO Catch Forever[; FORD DEALER CARS .

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Po.y Orrtcm Ar haaaL rva. UMOC* ACT Of MACCM a. ..r.. a Terwillegar Motors t Your Authorized Ford Dealer :

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winning 14I10--t.ot :2!. of Blka 4311--NW "4 of SEHof '
do By of every church and! Inclusive\ In Nat. W Itllam8D : 8571N 19 Ft Lot 8 NI'J'' 4 '* "HH' ( of
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sec: II Luke 10:10.: "For the Bon of 8W& a.. fiAM In I K* IJ.IHJ In Derillinok 'J
wit I Of Man Is Come To Seek And I r>..*d Bk 70 PC KOI 35S1- Lot 2 A 4 of 17 PHT 'Roi a* 1; :-.a-. ;, 1 .... '
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[ 2(74 Com at SW Tor' Kt 43SJ-rnm at an I The duty of( every) church 4 Ex B t' i '
lot( -m.. of NW'i; or ilWIoo 1tlI k IS In Ttnplm ;;- of N1:%, X 44 t'etlw
la .t* carry the Gospel into Hun n 410 Ft tar Add B. K!:.,. MrRa 7.1. BEAT for MIN, N ", '.

ed ;: demands faithfulness I Cometh Shall Find Sa Doing. homes in this manner of wit.nfilllllt' I-OB N too Jo"'. a :TRS"'-W AD Ft of Tot 41 Deg( W 671,9' to J .
'6tnc of 100 1o t. 8 aoo Ft, W. Hwy R/W Nifty!:! onnw :f '
We I 12:43. The SAtvasFtnfN14of ",
of every Christian. Luke : backbone for Christ i statistics 1 Iren Mitchell 6 p:'. K .
100 to roa 12
Ft 82 'f
read 111 Rev. 2:10.: "BE THOU I a Christian civilization is dependable how that 93 per cent of all jinn-oom at NW Cot In Temple loOt U M Add Blk 19 J.. A. Bell '. n.n 111.*', 8 421.85', to I
,D.1 Thomas lit 4!
let FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. Christians.! These are to Christ: Is the of !:!W!It of gWV II..U--I..t.. 2. 4. $. 4 A Bi'jr ... ll/W 12 6 21 .
persons won Run IS. 820 Ft ., 4143-Lot* ( thru 10 ,
debit! be Krncl 1 Lots A II f>f ; /
AN'O I WELL GIVE THEE A I the ones who can always i direct\ result of visitation In for a POD then Bile ar in J. M., of nik 5 In R W .

: HIT&VN OF L3FE.' Persever- counted on no matter: what t I the power of the HOLY nun a ion rt R 60 .. Jnhnft Add Annette U Tucker 11.8. flayo. BID A K:'4j .1 -

iva 4s a must with God; the I the odds may be. Professing spmrr.: This is a MUST if Ft Ft N to fun POD FtY 60 22 4 22 Mid' Slat Hume* 37'7 13' -of Loin'Hilt J,4 2**, 1-A 11. Kx lit: Magnolia:R/W St. AdJ] D."w...."Thomas -., 12.27

dl JVordcf God reveals to us In New Testament churches are i yw ate to be "PAXTKFOIt UN- Inc. 17 1 U .* less i I-a it I1* 426S-All that port of ,
ni 6-8. That the man lying dormant today because 2(107( --Tom at )NW Toref 3H K* h1 HO' In i K DUD Kt of NKV, I t _. ., w" :
waini-i ,I: TpO DEATH.: It la In ()bf'< swli 46.20
of swv Powell Eat .,
LI !> City Park e/{) C. J. nf HK'l: lying M of 'I' f. "
"hO trusts Ood. but with In-I of unfaithfulness In the man ence to HIM. that we U-j .. Run R 110 Kt NM oJV Ilaye t'I' D KxB ,
I : 3It04-< of ;Jvara'leservatlons' Js, like nwr of 'l1T1n and'.gtv1ntr'' MOod I that. dHROST' IS THE )Run'0_ '0 a 200 rOB in H than CO ,i: of RF'4: : of NKU;" A 159! Ft" A K.. Hy I' 22. '
32 1
R/W U H. Outlaw
Wave\' of the IN'&. carried for., ) has commanded among! ; SWERINOTI I Ft W' 200 10'&, N 10Ft I Run H 100 Ft for s. q '
I I POB. Run W inn '', .. 42IIH_SRI: of NW'.; .'
yc yard by the wind and moment i 1U merribr hlp. The true 'w I'r. to FOB KB R/W 23 f 22Sf9f"ab l COT 10 MLlnnl 'I ft. R to Ft K ion 1'' of UK'4 R(* Far

hi find driven back the :next.] ', '-Com at JCW Cor I Ft. N BII Ft to POBK t '"""I 1 .k,'., mild: Bx R/W A ox t'Par ';
22.74 I .
-- John O,. Orahatn Peso OK Bk '' ,
ft: of 3W.. nf 8W'' :. R/W ,. "
Jrhnt sort of man cannot hopeo Run M 210 Fe. K': 100 SS23_fnm H' W of h. ,-.! 23 pt a(4 II 1 .23 '4 H.rha' Or..n Ent.: Ill

WI receive anything from the ("*2 dticrlbwl" lanflt. I I Ft fr a P(MI. Run .,.,. !NK' Cnr Wlft( of NRW .. : 433-lnt 'in NK Cor -
Notice Is hort-by Klvn, than rt)* following! C 2511 .. nf L>it 2 Blk S 110'HO ,,* ,
m H 100 FI. Ft. Nn-
of !BE'i! : of
3'',4 fc ac nf 3nnr. A.P, 19IS, at tb. 'City( Halt r.ltl' of narks, rnun.v T .. t al 114 i Run
ll\ldcd" loyalty will day to 1'CB 22 < 12 on 100' H tOU'.Fw PO- H D Jam. O. Me Dan I.I 20 24
of Rrnilforil. State of Flqrlitj! Ho 'pay the mount due (ortuTin .
/ J.ot In-lW; I
a.t NW Cor 4111- 1
ThefiiniiTlan 10.-rom 110' M 100',
turn. R.V
:2-tS\J"y ntevery horcln set >P..ltt. o( .airs, togflh with all costa of ,
\ oi t ,
of 8WM of WH R: 110', I N' 100' t to t1t." 'or of Lot 2 of Hilt \
BiR who patiently endures rairh .,,1... end artvurtUlnir.. Run K 410 Ft. S 110 POD tan i 21 f'' Edward Orlffl 7." 6 run E: 103.s' 14110'w105.3N110' "

[I the! trraXa-tlons and ......,.,p.,... .....". .f T.*' RO Ft Ft.for H FOR 100) run Ft. W K II 32-Com 'at Ft 13' -: 7;,"' To PUB Elmer;I' B. Thoma 4 II,

XTTslhat 1 com to him U the of Iliad A T R A OWH .'.4C.st52318Tint 4 ; 10 Ft. N 100 Ft to .' W A ii" N of of TSR-8WCor 4JS1-W 200' of N'i
'"tl'ull.hal'l'Y person. For one FOB 22 a 23: H. U Harley 4.,7 1 ofn5N1of, "NBH.Run : of I94 or NEIL KxIIW I4 r
T will'be 1 nf nIle 1 : ; 1 it Ex Par In
ttavJ)1s: teslinit! com- N 7$ W 100' M I
: \ n.S
K. Tanner
: NR: Cor
dt In Or x>n Acre. sIn Jrn."t I1IB. at W 8 381' NW Cur 160' B<4 It. i">> ,I. 2V Hartley T.04i
I6,1ebe.and" he will then receive :3111.A; -W'4 of Lot 1 or W4a or NB'; of E 1.10'194', h 2201!;' K 200'> '. UU.."-Lot T of Dlk
o 1 I 8"' '. of SW4! i '
Hlk 3 In Green Ac- .
Oat K
4 of Houth -
rtriwifch: nk
STHE CROWN OF : 7.*$ to POB J Kt on '
C. R. Oak Run .1 100 Ft, W '
r." Ltr 81 ad
Ql,, 31 PIT 617 .a Kx OR >plat>' 41 t44Si
'the i Lord 1 has promhid to ell : : -.\- Con lit BK 171. 'Ft, N t tOil E 1* 6 aa Leonard Orlffl 7.B5
U for of f Bert nUn 17$ Ft" to POB n t 12 .i W. T. "...".,..". 1188 IS-II7 : ;Ii--Lot; 5 nf ilk '. Mlllard Ray Judd Jr. S.I*
:WhO their life of atwuod H/
by 4 of Bile
fallhfut-I W 4W fnr roil, N 2717 K 2A *-' ef 8 Hit-Lot* 1 I. "
8W ,
fla. "iei*>prove they love 10W:\ IWfi', M 108'. v N1'Iof >4 ef /ft hi daxkln Add' 4419-com at NW Cornf
a.P is the Inheritance! that I I n IDS';; in ran eo. tz: Lntn' T. Prrratt sWy.! K':* Lot In SIB DK! Lot In HW Our NWM of HRM, M ..tOR.
JJ7T_Tom 420 Ft N Cot 100' N A tl: by of Lot 4 100' NAMhy F. Tboma. 0* 401.56', H SO' For P- .
jood reveals to us In I Pet r from, .PK i'"r of PWVj 10'- E W 12 I 12 A. R. Ranantphn '.12 : US' B 4 W 4 Frank Cont 8 tClII', ElOlf '
n .. U '!$ .Lot* 1 A 3 of N lOti') W 3VO
"An f W'i. A I '
Inrorriiptlble tot In PR 'orof
::3 Inheritance .
::4. 27111 23 8 U
Ic flnn VT 111 FtV of lilt t In llwkin.Add to PUB ".....* f7otkbsr4414Coln *
of NE' 19Nannl
Eb W. E. Torod. Jr. ,
And Undefiled ,And I It&dlo Jo... IL10
.i s II ri 11; 11 U vt ii 8WV. Doing JOO'j N NE Cor

Jrhat Pndcth Not Away, Reserved 31-r.ll,..Lot Kf tn 1 of I'OH lllk 3 111. J2 Jo...ephlr. .-I Etl', ..r.on I.U /: B by *0' .iii) W 28 222719iK 3Rdtat* 4(3II 101 BIte*-Lot B .In B Hlnehuru A of nf ;NW-4: at of 1'011' ::.... ..
HMr.s InCl.
In Heaven For You"rrue :1.70 graham W nl.n', B IU 5't .
Sf In "" ',nnero... "ft. TI3IIT > W1l11e Hrnkenon IK A of-NH' 8/1. lHandcr 14.76 W JKl' t'I' 69499!
E J perseverance U not a- -f.ntu 7. H. 9 oil: I+. I .. ., of'KB' "f I'IW'' for POB. a 107.51', '
l r
how occnslonal 10 of Illk 1 In Sunny Ft 2.40A :IIh-tl-1I'. 121' W
those who
an R IDS OilH 1144-,
e mong Acrr II IIJ419 II' Alfred Barn.* Kit 7.91 iWo'tt.!. : 34-114 21 22 1 aran.m&. Lour.. A If N of 817 Cor W 70K.I1' to K: R/

: burst of brilliancy, -f-oni *t NK: I of NR" of Nli'i. N W of Hwy too Nlr

LIp ..rather it radiates from the Pap 8 St P*ir CW 1720-E 3A of !fps bj 110', W 70', '8 10', H J4DJ7A I 23 Loul. J. B"nn,,tt 4 IS along R R/W .
heart of those who do theirbest BliO': to Cr of P.ft PILL of SWU of .. .' 70' to flog 234.41', 15 57071' '
lit ('r of Canter St. aw'. S3 I 22 1 C. A. Cram 412 Lot t\) 3.1).1. 4. tn POO, Kx Par OR : '
: every day In the y a l 11 r> Lots 2 11, 12 13. 14 6f Hilt
Ht, fg
"tif! cause of Christ. Jesus Said nf Blk 1 A 1 UnIt I Saratoia H1/-ACorn' at KB!
:)"Ble&cd Is That Servant, 'VII'\ for PORI N 3. 4 of Illk S In' H.t. prward' i ;for of NWnf N.
73 W 1H3. 8IS
Bittctnt Manor Unit Contractor Inc:. 73 10PIi. Eli run W 164 47',
Whom His Lord When He DoOr W 64f, 8 TlIn 1 ... M 344 (in1, W I40H ,
J?', N 1Hue W. A. Be. .' Et to 00 40U.R-f.nt of OUr '
+ of Lilt 1S1:1ft'rnr
= 241 I-Fljr 3'i t'nlt lit Xnratoao 09' W :
fl 73 2 Of -
H 2R5'. .
Hm H JUT tn Bt 3 of Blk : : Lot 1 '. 11..llithtaII. \! \)< ... Hnmer Lott 04 41Brovard' "'-0.' ItIG'/ WI It' "
HWIn .1 \ lul N-
of Illk M H'W ion.
Kit' 100, N M Dert 40HI-Tract,* A a* to.ror4M
.Septic Tank and : 7. Iran W Bradford Hfct. Eaa*n. U. vrilllam\ 19 05 In Plat Rile 'I \lr K: R/W tu Cono
1 1e5'V O.NNJ$ Deg H SH7IU-W $53 51' M-L 3 P* SI !Ex : DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION 110' to Pcb 11 1 11 Fla. KeMU MoM, of MW'of WH 1 1. 2 A I fit Hiirnt'in 1413 Tom at NW Cornf
Inc. 1018 that II.. N of Kt.r.J. Ht*. NK'4' of NW''. '
: : 3.1V .x partli.Sf Contraetot' Inn, 1* fI> run H 430\ B 215 ,
2U S i of Bite 3:t t.H .
-FlWI\ on Rd is .... 4010-T.ot 71n Htark for f'('". run Nv
V *
; : Back Hoe Work nfB2pwff SR* Cnr In NT1 cur 550' N i' ,Irt, ..0"at.. fra' ('0" 100' to 1';)u 33. 32 viral 4 It
Pump Out Service f WU nifc 3. 3 Rot A S by 800' m ,. f '
: of NHVk\ nf HW4 4 IS I-Com at "NW' Cnr
i W A fHlk .
u KVi *. W 27 8 11 W. A. Beiient, Jr. tl.II '
nun N 810't tn Hd nf NKI of NW>4
Fill Dirt and Soil ,
Top 1, t 5 tit R 4
: ; W nf Totnp SID 21. It !6 H.. A. Lawson 11.11 1u34.9.._ WH of 8E-: gmm.54 "" '. Hum W l&o Ft dxto run R 140' H 2 05' to
2ua.A-NW'4/ of BUt RU') of NE--!: Ft" B ISO Ft to .H .Id. of Canal for
: Bradford Septic 2P'" bfflit 2 W A 196.'., K 9U'! n 1 13 1 Piety Brj1U an .10.14 POII 29 1 22 2 W. E. Turod. Jr. 13.03 I'OH. ('..nt H 195',
NE".f, bin 3140? Blk A K* 1 Lot t I'J i 4111-Tnm at WW ("''..r W US' to Canal Klyalonir
: Tank CompanyPhone n.a I W of on M IMdA, being 320Ft of HRS of BHilt Canal isu'. to
I >u.. Rill HID' 11 t* Oatwar l h4u.trl.. FN!: W SL lft.7Ft Hun N' 441': 1411''" Poll as I 21 t..ota )t. :MrQu: _n 44
969-2311 t..". 659.07440SW1 W rMOs for I'On, 313E 411.11'. 4 -Hf.H: ef NW5U > It 4 II 4. W, A. ",,*..n, Jr. 124
: ( of !lIlt. by 14.1 Ft N II tom Wnlnnd lit.w.f' It 4-4
I."w tf Itf Iw T mpJH7A t. *rm w, M, .v '15 on H Hl ld l*' ln,SWW Ol. as.1p ",",.1 W 40:116': M if ... WEftIUU EJ'lWARbs
/ton 11I1; > U 33 I A teal Barnes Est!: .t 144 Blandtnrn"' ,, Vlrrinia w. 3mtthS irJunlu to POB KsB : f TAX 1'(.Lr.CToll: ,
Bfir ..t' N of'HW 21)59-Std of"t A 70 I* f 22 Rump M. :Myrtvk 7.19 CITY Or MTAHKK! FLORIDA
n ('or or NRVi"f All tot 9 of Blanil-
I Inc\ 8/U -:.......-- -- _. ..: -- o.=..:_ ___
HVt4.1C! : moW 100', M. sI31t II 0" .::E- -_._- ----- -- --=- ===* = =
: : I W .100', S 100' to I 295-t.nts! 10 11 Tf
I her It ( C3: _L Jctionl Covlnctan 4 58 W SOD1 Lot. |1:1.: 18
;I ; New Three Hay $464-r-om at BH ror U of .Blk r In

I fVKK OIL, SKKVICE.Station of NP' of flVVi, Iliandtnr. SID En: W \1 DIRECTORY
I nun w SOS 3" to p. 140' of lx>t 1 II It AREA BUSINESS
:, ; on I'.S.' SOl Near OilV Nly *, .K., .
Farmer )Iark..,. llfl' 40.4'l', Sly of PCroekfakW of s .jj. ** .

I "1 101:!id' f.YI.J in 'W.V ;J>ltrh Vlrtinla .W.Sniltrf 'I' 13Annett S' ...
I -' -- -
of tllk. I H H' t r. rUri. Sl lo) Fr R- = =Or. "" ---;.- ----. --
;, 'No Experience NerewtaryPaid ;, Of R "Ti Pt fit Jilt -- -- ,:::' .-. ----
.?, Training--tlome 2:I W Temp SIX, 11. S3:; Emma Murrhn JO )8A of H Lin ea VI 1

with W Line fif fit urro SALES & SERVICE AUTO SALES &SKUVICK BEAUTY SCHOOL Motorcrci4m9cooteraSarkley '
I I Financing AvaUaLle.I I JIR1-Blkit 3, (, 10, Rit 200 Stun iflr Alonit ._ _
II, 12,11. 10. 13 thru I '
I '
Rd '''.n Kt
For Further Information 27 RIle 0 K* Lntl to.. ron. Why la. 'Ft Motors Inc. Tropical Pontiac Learn CompUt* Beauty StreJt's Bicycle
1SaHik14ExLet. ( Shop
; Writ I 1 1 A tote (. *Nly 48.1 Si'X.a, 1ahAI os Culture\ Oirla-Wom a-Km
r.t. HONDA '
I I TRAVIS MATH 7 *. I U of Ilk 12 A IM of a rurv TRIUMPH Inc. Tuition Bodcvted 4 MOTOttCTQX9Cllahsas

I : P. O. Bui 8131-Hta. F. I In l':" KnlKhtu Lota 4 RID i of 9410 Ft C to ftt ..r.:3: .f" '" FIAT FREE PLACEMENT: "... Sc..t.r*

I I""I .klW1n'.IIIf' Fla. Rlk 94 Kx: Lob t Sly alone R4 PULLMAN SUNBEAMVOLVO r TRVC(1 t.OJorC CKN1EH dpeebU\ Bruah-Up eoun.Hairatyhng. D.e.t3gsEA'tlrltlhMoeortycl.aee7e..
a,. 1\\' *. 4 of But 11 *. Ft to FOB 42RRti) 1 22lj L .T. -ktr SLIP I
Hint' till between ;Blk' ,-.Com 1>1II HIA, PONTiAC Central l : oe" 8et.a

nnii" aatea, 1 tl 'al.t.oI of Call 8t wh.r, It 220 H.W. 8th Ar*. OalllnYUlp SCHWTKN mCTCUBS:
I H'l, fit 8.II) of Hlk ( of Court: w. 5..cla1lse in College
I II III I 1 'L'R Nt6&E4in. F. t l'* Ft BA1X8 A 8ERV1CMPMUry !: 192-1513 Locksmith A Safe Work

I :;;HOUSEHOLD I r.OO1..t t T bf Blk I F.n\.rprl., .. .., Ino. 14419R N torn 61 Ft FOII) IC than IOH\ rasa Ft.. rn tHe4 HH..... '2U 3. II. lit"'-4115CAltPETS Oalnrtn .IS W. Ua*..*<4> AvtuWHEN .

of NorthRniiD na Davis 4 t9 N U3 Fttv\ to l.* CLEAN USED CARS Replicas Inc. 47a1e..111.: 11'."'.
::PESTS 3517-lot a of Rile 10 Ft to 'OB /It t 22 W. A. B...ent Jr. 41 4 SMI N. MAIN ,

I In N llcuo 8,1)! Salty P. William n.n 3 lt-fam on :e aldbof Imported Car flP"'laJ1'
If D.ctI. 2E4il-Uit. A of nil ISIn Tall. Ht whrr It aala.Iliw 172.4171JP ftlKXCRVEHBRNZAIFAIIOMEO:
N-Rno 8/T Saul llanktrkon 3.7J Int. W nldo of. Court
V ,
', II Usa.nihq ... : u 4I--t.nt n of Rlk 23 St A Run t R m Ft t : ;: of Carpets
V lml*>tl* In N RenoD Tntioflot\ Sferrl 171 for a Pon thin 8 Caln1H'. Only CUpetBpfM'I.lty
: .. Y' DiMaMCrrylmf *3 Ft. K to F.. >'
2554-Ut 5 Of mil 1 Mnfir of 4 Wheel l Dt 1ws Ba1.-1'artSe"-
.i N U Ft, W 20 Ft 'i Khop"i
In ( S/D Ex
1 n
I ..u 1> n/w Fitly: Morrl Rut. its to POB ,21 ( 23 ,, W. A. B....nt. it. I) 1 t RAMBLERXbflrtotay 113: 8-fc. S.con
... ''- tGI-I..t of Blk 1 3114- 1 Lot b tn. Tot J7I-I481
In .nahagan 8/T 1:x that Port lying 5- ''daee11e i" ;,, Oa- MODKRN: TI'KrlNO
n n/w. Aaron TlolUr: t IS of Silk SI lu OHf! Sa31.s.lieea7idgwiy Kxpcrt InitalUUonS34 ITS rot TO MOT
n UU-Lot S of Blk I Town of Starke B* .
In a.llac.nn t ling Lunnoa. 175 N (IV Rod Id] ft AUTO SAL'.AGEPaul' N*. Mala-"S7):"IS on

1 I5,0-.Ixit II A BS'ftt(" by HR W by '!'hom,.- Motor Co. Calm rills GAJVEflVnUBMayflower.'
q Lot 11 of Hlk i in .' ; Son St. "n.t "*o In -
., ''to tn Oahavan 43Detnn ). Quwh i Jt.t'ltor Green 111)Tfitodotf OR Ilk 1 .|u: J. L. Andrews .,.1' 11338. ), Auto Salvage Inc.
"" 3100-A CHAIN
\--! 13'. vt of HKVi J'Ja-Iu
''II I of flit(< I H of R .Unit N by tfayH'" W. Buy Wrecks! CM At I caD tbn.e{ 3718724TAINT
: :!!i Phone in A ft Pt, W hy Orana..
1 )liE". N'127\Ft o.fI H by Tpftly B: bY TOP PRICES A. & J. Saw

I RIBa8RC14. Ft J, t). Alrar*. Jtild, 21 32 Claud. B. Prevail It S' BAG Motor Co.LADiILICOLDMODLLE. AQ KkM Mvdrto. r... A GLASS
i f I of Wty of all, 1 II & Mower Co. I
: :: : 964-3965 1 of It 1 R T.mpUD .. .. ,. 3 22 T-Com at NW.(Cor earl.Trl.typ. Liddell
I ,,,, ': / Ea n/W 12' 'Unll MurtU 10" of Call Bay 8. ,; 8r lc-W. WID Joe Andwnon Mgr I I Paint &
III Iii > AAJLIB (names:
Run M .115
Ft Ilomelite Chain Saw
ill -KH!:\ of nik 1 8!
''III i of E WS of 112.. 'F' toP POB" Fli* SctocMon of Used Oar rind Lay Put rw 1'- SALES A SERVICE I Ga! .. Co.
knl" Run M 91.11 Ft. Wlr
I : ,4.::: Florida I of of n SuaRE7 ef 151.7181O'h Ft r Taken On CMdllUM Trades) ou-ariJle 111-4111 Repair A Part AU Makes XTANIZK FAINT*

It i'4WtQ> f Ely IBS Ft to -POB. 2t 22 'tOd Ml N.' W. ..110k ... 441kHOVE 441 Tr.c-4ur 8aIoeII
W. J. .tll1 I* OfClyo N. Past Stock Tard a..ty
::II:: Pest HIkl3orn3FtnTemte i 3104-Lot 4 of Plk 1 : S7I-7SU P.nke Glass gtfr.e.SSdn. *l..r.
In L A Con
I, |, .B'l' Kx< i ,. II.'S-I]t 2 of Blk S/D 11 tfaak4ron I Ir r 2022 N Eo Blvd. O.n..m., Tab Ebel..,.. .....
Par hk ti-iak i j i
on 9) i 11 14 xiio Kit i,6 --.MW7..c-
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::: In L T *
;m;; Control 411-"-Rfir. SI if B' 3SJ4-W _.41'Co of"Lote.'D :lOtta. Marmnn ...' Air Conditioning H atln2RUSS'S FlMMM' 97S-35M Wad.wl Awabg .

'.'ul 1 ,o' 8 of NW 'or' It a'of, Blk 14 In '. valID CABS, Jiart Off WaMo Road .
( Carprt Wall..0re .
& CHEMICAL CO. of HI* or n n 2 5'lb > / AI>Rhotllwi SaleI A daub.Crane CONCPETK SLL.Pr.
ur.2.C: < Carrl Coleman t., ...
1I R Oont H 209. USO of tau 1 A C..nllaM.
1I I nun' I' *'. N !'>'', W iOU', SHEET --- --
I iI .. f 1ef Illk 11 InLT *. i iJo lit MW Sttwntti a!
to. sin TOUR
lulu. fllD.I' _: ; '. Colm. T."< OAIN)7RVIIL
22 a 11 311--1t1
.IIlun' | l$aorom.tliV,47or Juh. n E. 1'1... 111of IS27-Lo'lu'J C W (lief I Lincoln-Mercury METAL INC. CONCRETE PRODUCTS

1'',' i'. NWW ol BWCllun lot 4 ef Blk 11 4.Mary..-. tit ARE Tins BIST P'RbtIr
'' JII..* Ft, N In L T A Co. MID j Cot.m.a 063 K. .UalT ritf Ar4wQftlM8Tlll PLATING
I 2 o rt. K ISO Ft for" 3630RR Lot Edwards Building
of ..
I I'ob N line rt. R 10 4 (let "rt ,11 A UI i .1134331CHI : eetiag

:::::: CLOSE-OUT Ft. A too Ft, W" 60 *_". .t. Ii.o<: 1 F> Of Lot.I.I'A 4of Ford T* e Ft to POR n. II Ben C. IInl. 111 Blk. l, In T ACo I USED CARS '
:::::: 25J-.4'0n1 at 514 f'.r" II/D Mark Colman TJ. !S. Ms1. -U"'N4 Inc.
$IB fioutb Main
I of AWlt of IiW" r- Metal ,
.. Jr. fclat.: 1) |/ : PENCILS I M 3 Af6' 80', K 10i II5J-t t* '\ A I At .:' _( '...... 17!-3333 ())p eor. NVkrU thfedlsa:'
fnr. '1'Olt> ; N 100' E "? Illk t' In .Tal',' I I GARDEN I Ckdmtum.OuUnn
'mn S' 100'. W 7*' to glair-ta.0i \ri* 9 lee Ma* 8hrman 46)In DODO: DARTDOVGK 13 JO NR.: 18U> Trrrmo SUPPLIES __ 3IRStlwfaS
lylnr N of Co s of nik'13 'I Buftln
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...................... All proceeds went to the school D. B. Griffts. and daughter. and 8th grades! of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore of Slnah Prescott, Mrs. ..r. which... w* are engaged In Laws. of .Florida... Act* of 1141.o1the
al 411 Eaat Call St., will *.1./ wan the Clark
improvement program. Sunday afternoon visitorsof Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor Junior High laauweek, was a Jacksonville spent Sunday Redding, and Lonnie .. Fla. Circuit Court, In and.,tot
StubbsNormonMiss Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Crlffla and family left Sunday: mornIng great success'and' had a record afternoon with their cousin I spent the weekend with lA.lI. Oordon John.on, Rl I Bradford Cvunty riorlJa._..
MAXVILLE 1>8, 8trka, Fla; and Mor- receipt of proof of publicationof
Gloria Anita Stubbs were Mr. and MM. G. W. Frt- for a two weeks vacation attendance.;: .,Everyone en Miss Elizabeth. Ttrry. and Mrs. Richard Benett Leonard Naiworlh O.n.ral this' notlua the fictitious",
became the bride of O. L. where Miss Griffls Is a stu in Indiana: with. Mr. Taylor's Joyed seeing the children performing Mr. ana Mrs O. J. Anders family In Holly Hill and Florahama, Florida, name of HAMPTON BffiACU.undir ..

By Mn. A. C. Slade Norman of Highland in a simple dent. After the prom. Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold: th.'t parts so wall. were Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs. George .. IJjtuI, this 14th day of> May 1 business which at w,Uamptoo.are aniasa takes.i la-

Phone 289-4191 ceremony Friday night Griffls entertained with a Taylor. The v. met Tuesday! Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins nad Mrs' Alice Austin in O 1015 at Clarke Bradford. Hampton., Fl,,_ *
with Rev. Clarence Knight of. party for several of her Mrs. Lyle Schmell: and night of la. \w." *Vt the homeof and children In Jacksonville.Mrs. tona Beach. Mrs. Austin ...... }. VlorliU. sac 4tch( '/10I I William and I>nora Trtnkav.
..................... Hampton Lk., Hampton Fia."j.
ficiating. The ceremony was! friends at the home of her daughters. of Jacksonville were Mrs. Efrk Miner: with ten Heater Hicks was a turned to visit her Marrl R and Janet dtMllnav

School New performed at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. members piesent''Mr Oeorge Mrs Redding, for III few >i()TICR..... TO..,IRFW'5U. : '. .. Box T, (Jrahum., Fla.: Jannlnc
Sunday visitor of her brother I la (.1. r. Hrn. Last Tuesday 40 Baldwin Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Knight. Grlffls. and 1>( '.. Buford Higgtnbot- Roberts gave the. devotional and sUter-ln-law, Mr. and Cllt'KCII AfTIVITIrS: Florida. .. ( knarary.O llnthum W and, Mrl Florida fltarllns., ownara. **
High School seniors enjoyedan The bride .Is the daughter of Mrs. Randy Mickler and Mrs. ham.Mr. and presented the program Mrs DtuParrt.J\, In Max- Grace. Method, : >tta May. "'a Tully No. Plaintiff 13.104I.i ".. Listed title 11th 'day of 'May

Interesting class trip when Mr. and :Mrs. Harold Stubbsof H H. Bradahaw of Jacksonville and Mrs. E. D. Higgln- with others taking part. Refreshments ville. School 9:45: a. m. Worship .. ,,' Tully: Dafandunl, A. H. .,U46.Florid at 8I.k.1 Bradford'County -- J!

they visited the University of Maxville. and the I'room'al and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy botham and son of Hllliardvisited were served durIng a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer, "' TO API'KAH: I illS (t"CIJ! :
We glad to that Bub ,
are say Tut: llarbi-rt Tully Jarkaim
Florida. Making the trip with parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw and son returnedhome Sunday afternoon w.tllMr. : the social hour. cle 9 a. m. Monday. ." -
Wllkerson I U at home from :
the seniors were Mrs. Hall Lewis Norman of Highland. Thursday night after and Mrs. Buford Hlggin- Little Vicki Reddish ot Rat- First Baptist: lour a,. narany noHn.d' thatsuit -
Bradford Hospital ,
Mr. Kent. Mr. McLeod and The bride chose for her spending several days with botham on their return trip ford visited her arand arenta: where he County patient for School 10 a. m. Worship. .,' airalnal for tMvorna you In boa the above been I THE: RIGHT POINT fqOMC

Mrs. Lee Harris. After a tour wedding a beautiful yellow relatives In Miami. home from St. Augustine. Mr. and Mrs L M. McClellan several. was a a. m. and 8 p. m. .... Court and cauaa and you I way TOO. write. Com in and

of the University they enjoy. summer dress with which she Mrs. Roger North of Jacksonville Gary Hlgginbotham' of Hll over the weekend.. Mrs. Car days. Union, '7 p. m. Prayer .required to servo,' a copy to 'the of select your favorlU ESTER-

ed a picnic lunch at Kingsley wore white accessories.The and Mrs. Dave Cov- ,liard spent the weekend with olyn McLeod and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley Wednesday! 8 p. m. .anawar. on or the pleading Plalntlffa At. |, BROOK Fountain Fan TELE-'

Lake. only attendants were erdale attended a picnic Sat. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. of Starke spent Sunday with and children of Jacksonville. Night each second and ." Hon lax Oraan. Htarka, TELECRAFU.
Mr. and 1 .. James Normanof spent Sunday with Mrs. Nellie ".' .. and file the. original' In
> at Jacksonville Beach Buford H .
Elementary students enjoying urday gJ1nbotham.The i the McClellans. Thursday 8 p. m. office of the Clarkof the
class trip last week were Highland.The given\ by the Stat. Farm Insurance Intermediate alma of : Among Lawtey members of Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Bock Church of Ood: Court on or before tha.
and Lynn. day of June 19H3: oiharwlaa. '.
Mrs. Tanner's third newlyweda are making Co. for their employees. -
grade Maxvlll Baptist Church Sunday the senior class of Bradford School 10 .
I D. a. m. Worship. allavatlona of old Com
class, a visit to JacksonvilleZoo their home in Highland.The School surprised their teacher High School who went on the Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. a. m. and 7:30: p. m. YPE. 1: .. will t b. taken a. oon ARE TERMITES
schoolat Dobbs during the week Wf'reMr. .,.
bride attended
; Mrs. Young's 2nd grade Baptism services were held Mrs. Dorothy Waters, of Washington D. C. and by you.
tour Dobbs p m. Wednesday. Tlila niitioa\ ahull. ba published )I
and Mrs.
(class a trip to the Children's Baldwin. The groom Is employed Sunday at the D. J. Patrlth with a birthday party Tuesday 1 New York last week were Burney! Yates pastor. ". each. ......10 for four cone .
Museum In Jacksonville; and with Uubard Co. In cottage on Kingsley Laka,. for night at her home. The I Misses Barbara Brice Carol and family. Mrs. Pat Saundersand ."...1.... weeks. In the Bradford I DESTROYING
and Mr. and Mrs.Caf'Y "" Tvlwgraph.
Jacksonville.Mrs. sun )
Mrs. Sermonetto'a fifth grade Phyllis Harris, Nancy Harris, girls brought cake and punchto Jeane Mo.iley Cathy Jones. 1\0 rn.. '" '' hated. this kith' day of May,
of Jacksonville i i .1 r-iY
Dobbs all 0 It
class, a trip also to the Chil PERSONALS Fred Brown and Glenn Austin the Waters home for retreahm..nt. Kitty Harris. Sheran Mosie,., !. (.,..-.It reset arsd ( YOUR HOME?,
dren's Museum In Jackson Avory Slade and Deanne Ellis, all new members at .. Mrs. Dobba' sister and (.......,, riorUm. lii ( ...... ( IAAI.: ) ,
and Padgett. Mrs. ,' l'H\nt.K: A. OAR liT,
brother-in-law Mr. and
11. Nik M-H1 FREE
ville. visited in Jacksonvillelast ..
Maxville Baptist Church. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and nf the Circuit I'oiirt.
Mrs. Hattle MathU and Lofton Heath of Savannah. n.njr M. stand I'laintiff."n'd.
with Mrs. Leon My' lluulah M Moody., Deputy.
"Avlnger Appreclatron Day": Tuesday Cheryl and Jeffery North of Mrs. Ed Water and daughter daughter, ant, Mrs. Lee Smith Ga. are spending this week.. riamta U Hand' r>.rniUnt.. 'k INSPECTION .
started Friday afternoon with Kramer and children. Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith spent Wednesday in Mac- N""I('N TO AITKAIt: llst lit
of Tampa were visiting Mrs. with them.Mrs. To' fUuil ..
Hand O
a parade leaving the Baldwin" Mrs. Jessie Willis and Son.Mr their Mr. clenny with Mr. and Mrs. A.
grandparents .
Lula Norman and Mrs. V. R. 3'1. De.trshan> Loulaann.You
High School at 2:15.: The parade and Mrs. W. M. Slade and and Mrs. John North. L, Rheberg. Two of Mrs. Waters Cella Redding was III''_ h.r.hy notlflm! .wr"1!! or KTKNTIOI' TnKKTII'KHS 2t! .
Reddish this week. visiting her son. Rev. Charles. <:"'''''enl N tMRNoose :,
consisted of Majorette., J. L. Slade all of Hampton, nieces Mrs. a soft for Divorce has h
King.leyTharpe .
Diane Waters of Alma Oa. Mrs. ETfle Miner Is spend- Redding In Ralford Sunday. nlxl a.alnat you In the la hereby given that 984-S965
B39 1' Can &
with .
visited Thursday morning
the concert band cheerleaders Jr.. and Mrs. Claudia umtaralirnnd tinder the pnt.
Court and! and
spent some time last week ing a few days with her Futch rauaa ..
Future Farmers of America Mrs. Avory Slade and Deanne. Grlffis >were guests also at the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd are rxiulrvtl to n..rv. a copy of i'haplar I0, 4
with her sister Mrs. Roger daughter, Mrs. Wand" Wells
and Mrs. Lee R. Green Plaited your anawar or plxmtlntt' to
Future Homemakers of Amer. Mr. home.Celebrating .
Thomas, of Rheberg
Handy son
North while on a senior class and Mr, Wells In Leesburg. :Mrs Sarah Putney" In Jacksonville ooinplalnt on the Pin Intlffs
ica Girl Scouts, Future Stars and Mrs. Homer Thomas, received Florida. Mrs. DorothyWater's ttirnvy lion net Oiaan. I... .
trip touring Mr. and Mrs. Earnest T. Ray
Mrs. Mamie .
Sunday. Plurlila' and tit the original'
of tomorrow the Intermediate treatment birthday with a family I
emergency The community extend of Bellevlew visited Rev. John "'"Mich who has been visiting the office of III* t'lark of :
Band and Mr. Edwards' Saturday afternoon at the Kd sympathy to the family of dinner Sunday were Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Perkins on her returned home Circuit Court on or before CENTRAL AIR CONDITION
Pith grade tumbling class. Following Fraser Memorial Hospital in Bill Robinson and Marsha of daughter Tth day of June. IflfA; ..
George Hogarth of Palatka. Sunday and attended church with. them.. win the allea-atloua. of ,
the talent while Lake Mrs. Nor- .
fell Richard
parade City
a Macclenny. Randy .
who died at his home last with them. Willie and MrsA. Complaint will b" taken cc
show and round and square playing on his bicycle and had North is man and sons of Highland, Mrs. Dobbs faaaxl by you.Thu .
dance held In the school Thursday. Water and Mrs. Ruth Steel of Palatka D. Dobbs were dinner nutloe hull t>a
was to have five stitches taken in Mr. and Mrs. Roy NOT
Ho- .
of th. late Mr. .
nephew onra each waak for four
I.I time with of Mrs. Lester Roberts
his mouth. of \ Mr. spending some guests .. .
gymnasium. Darlene daughterof garth. family Jacksonville atirutlva ,, .10. In the .., .
Coach Avlnger came to the Thomas' had the and Mr*. A. L. Rheberg of, Mrs. V. R. Reddish.Mr. In Lake Butler one day this County TvlrirriipnI '
A North family reunion will 1'1.I ) thl 111* day at
and Mrs H. C. Harley week.
Baldwin seven years ago and stitches removed Saturdayfrom Macclenny. Mr, and Mrs. Jack .
be held Sunday. May SO. at "spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Lee R. Green's sitter. 'Hint.SKA
this year fulfilled a dream her recent accident. Waters and family of Baldwin ( I.) General ElectricBuy
every coach wants, a perfect Michael. Slade spent Satur Camp Oleno. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waters Mrs. Willis Starling and family Mrs. Clara Olson of Jacksonville rninfiM A. IIAHUTriiirk .;
Grandma Wellhousen spent Wa' In Otis I la visiting the Greens of the L'I..."" Court
season and winning the St. day at the Diamond- Ranch and daughter and Roger .
sly llnulah M.lo..d" l> '
afternoon with Mrs. J.
John's River Conference and took part Saturday Bight Sunday ters. Mrs. D. E. R-1 -t.and this week. Ills (t
championship for the 2nd time In the Rang Riders dub D. (Grace) Padgett.Mr. Mrs. Joyce Fii*"h visited Mrs. L. M. McClellan and _

In three years. Congratulations practice at the arena. and Mrs. A. L. Rhe. ...... .. ..... Mrs. Reddish' later, Mrs. Mrs. Maxle Reddish! and children In'r'1I! or. riosrioi' Top Quality and Service ....+

to Coach Avlnger and all the Mrs. Lewis Vanasour and berg of Mscclenny attended Thelmo. Wilson In St. Vin spent Tuesday with Mrs IlenulwrWN: : rttIrlota. S :
team! Lisa of Jacksonville visited Church services Sunday morning LAWTEYBy cent's Hospital Sunday after W H. Hall In Jacksonville.<< Nell. .lii hereby. given
Mrs. Miss Carol Olndlru who \U the under.lanel. l under the GEO. W. BROWN
Last Thursday was Bermuda Saturday afternoon with Mrs.go with their daughter noon. They also called on Mrs. vlnluna. .if. rhapl Hil.lll.1 f I.
Shorts Day at BaldwinHigh and family of Jacksonville.Hollls Dorothy Water. Myrtle Wilson, another patient attending Palm Beach Junior ,r .'1..1.1., A..t..r I I5/1.I. .
Easa aiaachard *"* College Is spending her spring i 1''alrtar" with the Clark uf 226 S. Walnut Phone 969-1121
School. Stndents wearing Jeffries of Oran&'ePark Mr. and Mr. James Cole- while they were there.The
...................... vacation with her motherMrs. I i nil, Court' In and fur N.
shorts to school that day purchased and Karen Grlfns atten- man and daughter spent the R. E. Lre family were I fnrit l' Hint... y', rinrhla. upon. ,, Stnrke.''Florida
tickets for 25c and ded the Jr-Sr. Prom Friday 1 weekend In Jacksonville with The operetta. "Rouna-up on visiting hU mother In Enigma Dominica M. Oladlcux ,pplt. of i proof. wf pukilinailon I
I t Ibis notice the t lolliliuia '
were eligible to wear them. night at Baker High School, Mr. and Irs. B. F. Coleman The Moon. .'<>lll> KI.IiCTIIK= ': '
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-- ..,;" YYYYYY .TTT TYYT'' a depth of about four feet'I BH3 parking'area at :30.: I federate soldier, depleting the I 1.... YTy.y.YYYYYTTYY.' Herndon of Jacksonville. Rev. 1 While in Doctor's Inlet ,the

some 30( yams from t.he.ahore Students who ...wish to attend I I Hampton. "Rekels. The school i I C. W. Carter of Black Pond Padgetts!! visited Mrs.\ Rudolph
:BHS Junior Hi line. The entire area Is free I j the program :' and who live I color and name were chosen RECREATION NEWS CLAY HILLBy Baptist Church will conduct Padgett and new baby.
," fI'om obstruction. and hazards I east on Road Vie should catch];I i 'by the representative group' the revival starting June 21. Everett Manning was admitted -
which ''would endanger wrl-t.I one of th8e/busw./ "I I then voted 01by the entire, .. | Homecoming! will be June 20. 1 to the DUval Medical Cen-

,I,'KEYNOTES: ( .I iar*' of -the students. The.Bo- The first/; / shift enai with !| school, Mr. Jockal said. I! LEAGUE Mr*. toward Padgett I j PERSONALS ter last Wednesday.
.t *Inner 1 11! always within ,the I the refreshment tIme from I(i I Next year' faculty has al- I with Coach Townsend Strick Phone 2894112IIKIU.IL i Mr.\ and Mrs. Julian visited Mr. and Mrs George! Mosley.
do_ V '*, By Jim Temple confines of this area withone; 9:30: 'to 10. students are tHen,:i, ready >been set up, the prlncl- The scaaairis! one-Child over land. He reports that the I their daughter Mrs. Joyce and family of Long Branch.

aJI4AAAAAAAAVuuAAAAwl :!': : .: . exception. That being, while I transport ed/W/ the Various! locations pat said since a new teacher. ; with four teams tied for first league is Just about ready to I'I i Cornlnxhan, and children: : In :Mrs. Lena Mosley, and Char-
ass tie la taught to dive. ijieMivInsr '' covered earlier.: This Mrs. Warney Adklnson. hasbeen j place This .is one of the best open I Jacksonville last Sunray.Mr. \\t>!, Mosley: Jr and son visited
I ,fVL'II\UNG$ 'PROGRAM platform is located on' edock I i generallyallows/ the. student I hired to replace Mrs.I I, balanced leagues that we have American Legion. BaseballAll SHOWER ( Mr. and Mrs\ Henry Mosley
had since the league was or- boys interested in play. | Mrs. Joenell Braddock and nad Mrs. noraDeVhlt.e-
TJis; Instntctlonal8winsA about a foot above 'theinter. I porttelptUintr: during the first Nancy Hardin, who will not Sunday afternoon.
gashed in 1960. We are having ing this should Miss Pat Whitehead honored head and family of Maxvillevisited
.. pperatedbyrite ,, The dock reaches frbm be backhere next year.There con-
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mgprogram : I shift to arrive home around I i I Mr. Whitehead's -
win be six rulltlme.teachers I an average of about 200- tact John Manning Charles'| their slater. Miss Eunice ; parents
: .Bradford County,Board of the shore line out Into (the 11 a. m. The second slxlft ends I ,
1 lot 250 spectator. each game, and Schaefer of A. L. Crosby Jr. Whitehead future bride, witha > Mr and Mrs. HardyPadgett
and fuil time.prln.
PUbilo\ !) Instruction will begin lake some 60 yards) to a water a -
> at 11 a: m and these student I ,
ed June: '21 and end July 30. depth, of about 13 feet. At/the'/ should (be hOmey soon( i:I cipal here next yean; includ- I would like to lee more ,Comeon feo that we will be able to I shower at the Clay Hill ; last Sunday after\! -
66 'I1e'pro.n-Im': lit I foe all school end of the dock those ''who I '1, Ing Mrs. Sandra Spooner, flrat down some afternoon to start practicing as soon .;'I Baptist Church last Friday noon.
n* etdestrts .'who' hav. fetteruiMiIn I hive advanced part The j big factor In ear sue- grade<< ; Mrs Joan Nabors, second the LIttle League> Park/; and school la, out. and also! BO we I'I night Games were played and I Mrs. Hiram Padgett vtMted\

eMr uU In 'county' during I ginner'stage'areallowed'deepkater cees has been,our 1nstructlon-1 I grade; Mrs. Dorothy HU-I, see "a"!good baseball game. will'know how many boys we .t prizes awarded to Mrs. Fred I /her daJght: r-ln-Iaw, Melvin
de LHlt,1Meo V a privileges with'Strict al personnel. Our bard, third 'grade: Mrs.:' Wanda I STANDINGS [won-Iost' J : { will have this summer I Lang and Mabel Sweat.. Re- Padgett, and new baby Daf-
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bitir! iThe 'basic ,program Is de- super 1.'don. : have had several years experience John,' fourth grade; Mrs. Ad- Western Auto S-2; Johns Oil. Summer" Recreation Program,jlreihments were served to approximately feny Leah recently.Rev .

mtn d't 110"teach" the student:\ The students will be taught in teaching .wlmmln'lf'1 I klnoon., fifth and sixth grade; I 5-2: ; THest, 5-3; Luwtey. 5-2; The schedule of activities .is I t 40 guests after J, L. Strickland: has
dh tnieTfundamentaU of.frwlraiJUrtg1 ,1n two shifts the first staHbig Two member of [ and Mrs Maureen Paul ex- Ralford 4-3; Southern Dls- Just about complete and a well j 'the honoree opened her gifts! been released from tha Bradford Charley ,
have been National !
nil / &ndv Includes! marry'' of at 8:43: a. m. 'and ending a Aqua- I ceptlonal teacher and libra'|I count, 1-6; Liberty National' qualified staff has been lined I PTA NEWS County Hospital His

Lliof I t{ techniques i el. water safety at 9:30: a. m. The second shift tic merican School IRed'operated Cross by for the those A- rian.Other I 1-6: MedICal Association 16. up for the summer program. A special PTA meeting was t daughter' Faye England, has E. ,'

/tj (niwlly,.this'program' reach will begin at 10 a. m.,. and"endht tivteisl In. acquiring the I changes! planned includes HESt'LTS I'Activities will be under the 1 held In the school cafeteria I been caring for hIm

ef( between,500! and goo ot our I I' ,;10:43;: B.,m Those attending skill ;and .techniques of water.. Spanish! for all grades,I Monday: May 17 Jo'hns' '' supervision of John Manning, Monday night/ to plan the Mrs Lots Way man and:! Johnsabout
yo rfitosters ''and haa. been flue I swimming phase of I.J:the one' through six; and study Oil 8, Lawtey 9; Southern I''I director: John Williams ath- I school trip The PTA is sponsoring children of Jacksonville, and
safety '
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ha l&rtUy successful.. There will Bummer' program will haVft'an director: of the swimming "I I han and library skills period I Discount 9. Medical Assn.! 11; letic director: Butch Redding a trip for all the schoolChildren her mother Mrs N'llleOsteen this question:
gel t \dlwJSfs/ In'-'junior: ,Ufe Sav- opportunity to,buy soft drinksand ,' program Life for all- grades. The afternoon. Liberty National 5, Trlest 7. I I I assistant athletic director: f to White Springs and visited Mr. and Mrs. I I
we d ,tor UMSI.who,ae inter snacks at the'' Enlisted ..Savin 'and instructor.,, Mike Sexton.Others 1n I II schedule! will\ >be used for departrirenteilzed ,Tuesday. May. 18Ra1ford I 1 MIke Sexton, recreation center 'I' the Stephen Foster Memorialon henry Mosley Monday after I.1: "Spring cleaning should
ml I e'1.ed.' >" Uen's Club at the close?of
edt t't;!' udentsv, ,'WTO] ;enroll m- the :each session.-- usually 10e'',;. to luta e'program Denton, 1LI"e Helen Malone Jockel' said ,'with Mrs. Hibbard "Thursday, May 20 Johns I Trawlck. girl director; Mar I mothers will accompany the I noon.Mrs.. Evelyn :Mosley and !'uraneepolielf'S to be !sure!

psbarbt,4 'and': ;complete! basic 30c" Is sufficient for: this pur\ 'nny') 'Ol'1ll1n, Datld' Hurse teaching Spanish, Mrs. Johna CXI 14. Liberty National 13. garet Colson assistant girls : group. I Mrs. Howard Padgett visited that'new risks are ade-
Bu rg4rilremonte are awarded.. aIR pose: The 4tudent should 'also :!Richard Jocks! 'Elden Milot'ht'lMl'Ttd end Mrs. Adkinson' the 'study!: Friday" May\ 21- Western. director; Mrs. Rita Mercer CHURCH: NEWSAttendance Mrs. Paduetfs sister. Mrs. ',: quately covered withoutthe
Rf IWcrose certificate tot be- bring 'clean towel each'day: '' Ofrlesoy, and Donna hall and Ubrary ukllla; Mrs. Auto'' 12. Southern Discount :|; secretary. We will also have I, in Sunday 1 Minnie, Lee Silcoz. of Starke needless expense! of

[ l3ivj, g Swimmers.-- It Is poe* 'and, .if possible! \ have somemeans iTYawlck, W1h,. Works for 'the Nabors, handwriting' and creative 110;. Trlest 5, Medical Alan, 2. ; Johnny Jackson a* program 5rhoollast week was! wonderful :% -! last Thursday. overlapping policies. Ifflel'lthe
ye of identification writing; Mrs. Spooner Bat. May, 23 -Lawtey I director In Reno. Mrs Frank Carter has been
a9IlA.alto, !( ,to obtain :the ..aklllvura.inoie City RecreatlorDepartment.. I 17'1 with PA present< and ot: I E. Johns
Tl advanced course of all the personal property!' '' hrt and music; Mr. Jockel, Ralford 4. Teen Time enrolled. The Junior Girls released from St. Vincent's
AHstetug 'regular staff will won
da aitehtas j ?I :" Xdvanfred! Beginner, 'he brll1 J. ,It la .a rood Idea '''be several our'senior high stu- '//lcl nee, with' emphasis on experiments I SCHEDULE We are having an average the banner Visitors in church Hospital and: ii doln, fine Agency offer a free surley -
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Intermediate\ Swtaunlnir. andtftfc'jStrtmarer also for students' to bring norne ;dents. ; Mrs1.'Paul. remed- I 'MOndayWestern Auto vs of 70 to 80 young people at Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dawson. Padgett underwent of insurance! policies
Oil .bourM.! Then klnd'ofteuntmrnrprevehttve* : if i"r;" , th Every
precaution Tor the
ate In addition to the Junior it Is his nature to burn easily. 1",1 apy. National vs Southern Discount :I I I urday night. We still can take Mrs. Charted Taylor and famIly Gainesville! Hrutpital. coverage"' "
safety of the
a I&e'Saving' course,10 be of- On ad. .. taJte-n. The student
feted. c ; effectlVenew of the swimming' time is in at not I allow for planning period ,tot vs'Ralford.' 5:30: at Ralford. I Saturday night and have some Ctvurch. Mrs. Christine Blackburn I Rett anl son vlslU-d! f Mr. and Charley E. Johns

Pimi ";r rjre' program utilises fa<'11\-\ 'program !b 'the coverage'-; of Adequate supervision.deep) water'The without beginner the teachers, with each ,class Tues., June I Medical'I fun. This program Is under the and son of Live Oak Mr I| Mri. Robert Baxey! of Doctor's Agency
tleeilof the Enlisted Men'c thecoi, my by our transportation 'having the speclal'zid' courts Assn. vs Johns Oil, 5:30: at. supervision of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs James Brannon of I| Inlet Saturday Afternoon

lora $ib; on the beautiful Ktngsley'iLake system. Buses pick up between always himself'has an.lnst'M1c1tor two days per week. Physical ,SUrke.Thurs.. John Manning. .Penney Farms, and Betty I rtrtbert H out of the hospitaland 1.11 S. Walnut St.
site at camp llU1d- the $etudtots. several lord- ; and thedeeper 'education clauses will b, con- .. June 3 Lawtey vs I Small Fry Baseball getting. along nicely PHONE 964-0201

10 !1f1&\\'I'he beach ar a la of dear tICn anit carryfcrwm'! to and allowed The the water slopes to ,from. ,the swimming site. progress' the I Paul and the study ball as! soon as school is! out so --
E; aahtf\and\ 'program at his own rate and I 'Starke.Jr. I
t ". Routes of the buses are as Icher, tea-I Baseball League< any boy who has not signed
at III Is not pushed into phase'of I IUP. I
follows. : any Bridal Shower Honors We still. need several boys do so. at the Recreation r 1-. I_
ta the prom-am. The I I
I IIt' Brooker., Graham and beginner I Iat.arta Myrtle Ann Illiuon for our Jr. Baseball League. [ Center. We would like to have .
AUTO LAFF II with 'irunpla water. adjustment 1 f.r. .,
I Hampton. This bus ortgnatxta! ; I Miss1 I 'tOUI'
Myrtle. Ann lUuaoru The; Food' Fair and Reght.1'I or six teams for the I
._ I ins' Brooker at'7:30' 7: a. m. It ) techniques ,end advances bride-to-be! of David Allen' I i| team are practicing on Mon- league!: i"
!: until he frets secure''while'
,. usually reaches Graham about r was honored at shower .at Mlday and Friday I .
.r a,1c sees a y1'1t(,, Church Softball League
) diving from/the
7:43: andr Hampton aboUt in platform Hampton town hall Thursday I I .We 'were unable! to form a

8::05. Generally this"group1 arrives Jt h" deeper winter/ that | evening. May 20. ton Saturday League because of not gettlnv'I

I atthe possible; site about 8:40.: : student. otu'"desttte'learn,to vwlm. This every Is Games .were played, with I Mia Paula hrc, :troy of Ala- enough teams available for\ !
Is for any student' very Important,' to all of \111 I prizes won by ills ClalmeU cbu.t 'pent last weekend hire | ptay.. but If any Church Is Inn
to catch this bus at any' 1
'*point hete In Plorlde. Our children Cooper Mrs Lawton Young- with 'Mr. andIr8.: FlOyd $3 of help please! f-el fr 'eI
,, along the Route.: blood Miss\. !, and to contact the Department ''
Hill Receratlon
must aoqul/e; the skills for I Wendy smith and daughters. -
Starke. Road',18 Northwest, I Mrs. Marie Pore I for o1; tanre. 'I
swlmmingt'V/e: t>n oul'l\.ge\ parent ] Foreyth. Mr and Mrs Leanton a
Lawtey. Thti bus leaves the
to vlvtt\ ; with their! chi I I II Bouquets of pluic and white syth of Lawtey. spent lastweekend :Men' Softball League' ,
BUS parking.area at 8 a. m. gladioli decorated the with the Joe Garden Restaurant dropped. I II
't. and I dren at ar>ir. time during theMx'wpekshof room I here ;i !
usually arrivesin Lawtey
the and the lace-covered refreshment Fornyths. I first name in League play to
/It/ .Ant Wet,rv.i I' around &::30.'t t ?' -V*'-L.f.,tam. table Sheet cakes, dec I Mr. and Mrs M. L Walter- Mol Pest. Control. 8 to 3. i

lfSS'! ,, a1 sugval1OM 1-;,, t teuthMde I Elementary and VV..iy, vrl..r ort d"withn'small pink and son Mr and Mrs. K B. Wat.teraon. During last week's action
lO.lli 1vclc1 East; : Call.'This;' routal 1 orlgnbte 'r r1. "t.t: Ir'1i1 w1. >rlfl flowerets, and lime Mrs Looa], ,Bculthorp I Pent Control and Noegel'
"' at lithe BHS'parking. lotH also patch were served to the 54 Auto both won two. games
Mrs.\ T F. Brown visited
.A-.d.- rrwwott. Shell.rr S..rvll'ethe and. contlDuea along1',the above. WI iP TJ' ) NI present for the occasion! Hoat-\ and MYi. Dot Falling and Mr. and Pent Control boat Byooker
i mentioned route to. the \lm-
s ein>es for the evening wertMrs. MI'P'I'pderiek/! Tuesday nlaht and Oirdcn V*
mont for upto-date yarn 'e--ncrktatlon 11n1ir V 8lt'*!.. This, bus''leave l' at. ,.1 Mn. D. E ron Wayne H In son. Miss Cor.M1I Starke ''sutjday.) Wattersonsat' beat Hampton. On Thursday ,5:

)ir'ejlenee.. atop In fo* Y' sad< I""'"d di:J ,m., 'r'v\ ; o. .'&SI-Ut.I < Allen and Mips Jo 'Ann Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Prl'fat.t.of i F d'ay. air ";
W'II you don't| _' V ''The second shift 1 111 com( I Carter.; >*' i 'k, K.J Lnwtey vlfdtad! here Sunffsy I Oar-dennd i .l.o.lIr. lc j --a

y- / posed mainly of students from M4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAA.AA .... J I BlrlhdXr Party I{ with Mr. and Mrs Later Mc-, e
\ Starke Elementary School, / Out N.Jtt We'eiedifyirA".Juat Mis VlrglnU Hvown. daughter Cullough and family and Mrs. j FrMav night aw Htmpton .
Y 4kY !PRESCIJ'r The student.. o will be''110? j, "Bchoo1 ; about of Mr. and. \{rs, Kenneth ,Ins KolghtI I I beat Natural Oai and Noegfl't( A Savings Account Here Can Give You .

..i; : nekt year's 2.3.4grades 'Kill. over "for: another year, HS I i I Brown was honoree at a I Rev Norman Redding. Wat'Bronker In Brooker.,
: ryShe11 Service I report on. June 21. Those: r classes! for students end Fri ''' birthday party nt the Brown 1 chaplain at. Florida" State :Attendance at th? new bell, WONDERFUL/ VACATION TRIPS TOO J f fA '

}{ i 5-8-7 will' report one w6k' / day, June 4, end teachers attend home Filday evening, May 21. Prison at. Raiford. wa! guest park Is really growing, with ,

,'i0: S. TEMPLE+ Al'E.p :. ''I later on June 28. These students post-planning day thru : Games and refreshments ,,1IPf'akpr SundAY evening *t approximately 1,000, noople attending f trip across country.. a vacation on the (alee or
: leavlnWtheWe'll
ride buses Friday, June 11 and gifts made up the. party.Hampton Baptist Church. lr last week' games
o( .?ie ..' j i Report Jhircta will b to the students and the lat l Ronnie' Dyal rrtJul.t,.' I Patti' L. Cstes.: ''on down to the new Park on easily yows when you have a savings account herel

day of classes Richard Jockel, "" Ronnie'Dral, ion of Mr and I AROUND TOWN 01'111'PT Rd. Games are played Add to it regu/ar/// / every month or payday, and

principal mid thin week. Mi's. H. O. I>yat, celebrated his :I I Mr and :Mrs. L. O. Johns ',I every" Tuesday.! Thursday and it'll grow fosler...especioly! when we add interest, '
Swimming! classes! In conJunction l 18th birthday \with a party at had their driveway at. their {1 ;Friday nights' '
Bring! wtth the summer recreation their home near Hampton. last I.I. home paved last week. That's Don't forget inr. Toumament. as tarned. Start today!

p, program, begin Monday Friday evening. one way to cut down on the I on Saturday 29th May Open lovlngs occot/nl! here tlOJVFLORIDA
Out The BeautyOf June' 21, and bun U Fifteen guests were presentfor dust. In case. It. never rains!I- !starting at. o'clock In the a.
Again scheduled ''to pick up an evening of games: gifts 'Mr. and'Mrs.' W A. Saxon ; morning.

Your Home. children' at'' Hampton,' to go ami,refreshments.Mrs. are having'the old house next'[ \Iesgue! standing (won-
I to Kmgsiey Lake for the lei Chance Die to theirs torn down. Henry Ifwtlj! onrdcn R-.ta0-ant. 11-

'; EXPERTLY ..ECONOMICALLY; Dona. Mi's. Eva ChAnCey, 73. slater McClellan started work on It 1; Noeg, ,I'II 7-S: Fl,., Pest Con-
Mr. Jockel expects to be In of Mrs. Jewle: Chantoln of last week. trot 6-5: Brook'"' *-7- rt''mpI I IBAMR

RLP >paint elves,,,.. his office here' at'' the echool hampton, died In OrovfUnd Mrs.: Mart William post ton. ,4-8; Natural 1 Ou. 210.

'that,, ''new look' to; 'during 'afternoons this summer on Wednesday last week' with master, Is back on the (job I u .

I your home. 1:01: 'pro- probubly from' about: 1 p. funeral service Friday' at trie/ 1 this week, after a leave of abwnce : ;AT' STAHUE: {: ;
tectlve, too we'll m. to 4 p.m., he aakl. First Baptist Church and for an: operation. Mon- .

do the work to perfection Six of the books' on modem burial In Greenwood J clme-I day she' began using a hew f TBK RIGHT rorni roe t*
at low cost. math are still available tor tery. \ 1 cancellation stamp for the way .. "',""c.. C..m. In and. One of 31 Bulks of the Florida National! Group
parent., to help them understand Mr, and, Mrs. Chancey lived .
Let submit Free 'I mall going out of Hampton trite roar rv .rit. EMTCR-': :
ua the change in'math, he In Hampton for a short time I rt hat! the lip code on it, BROOK Fountain Pen. TF.LR- Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Estimate. Call 964-,. aald.These 'N available frim a fRw years! ajio. Bunlvor Include 32044. OR".".
4382. him at the school: for 50 cents her husband! John of
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each.A. Clermont: a son of West Palm I I
mail Student. Council U Beach; four daughters, and
Joseph R. Boyer to. be organized. at school next. six grandchildren.

Licensed Contractor year, he 1<1;Already, a groupof Softball NrwsHampton's
Painting 961-1382
representative from each ")' Men's Softball

Wm. T.. Jackson claw have (planned 'a project team won Friday's game lest YOUNG HO-!
for aelllhgnotebook paper- I week, 'when they topped Natural -
BLP PaInt. Dfa r-961-0ot'' 30 sheeU'for t ten 'cent, On I Oas 3ft-1: after rosin :

Marc Jackson! Mgr. i each packet, of paper will be Tuesday evening's game. to I : .J'1''
Ira, cover- sheetiii bhi and I Ot ro>'n. iBrir: Tuesday this
I '-white for"I chool :oloia. 'stid Veek' they were scheduled to -

a cortoon character of a Conr i I play Florida! Peat Control and .t
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Y I II \ Friday> May\ 3*". Broofcef'' GO CHEVRON !

I I'.' Brooker. at 8 p. m. Next Monday -
I' ah. V a, I II completing th*' first hair
I[: 01 the schedule they play

I ::'*. Announcing- The Association. Of Sterke Noecel's, at 7:30: p. m. in Put that Young Ho fplrit In your carl! More thrill than a triple slu-hrrn In Chcvron'the' trny-nhend modern p.isollncx

f'c Swim Party Try them-for power that's livelier, driving that's fun.YouTl thrill to their new whimper-quiet performance, too. So get i

WAYNE CHANCE E Baptist JunIOO. Church_ { 't held of .i1.u a swimming ptqn- Chevron..get swinging! The action begins at your nearby Standard station, where ire take better care of your car. "vrr4.

! party and study book at.

I the Mldlaka home of J, W, .

j Home on Saturday, May 22.:
1 i: "A Horse Named Amber' was *
Ilh& book tairehf during the qA
Adults present for
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the occasion! Included MYs.Fmter t T 4.S'R

1 q With I Hayes,. Mrs. Lawton
; Youngblood. MM Arnold HlldI .
4otk. p.1.nd Mr. : Floyd r
i Bmtth. and Rev.Paul L. fares.

: I Sunday visitors be I borne
I of "Mr. end Mrs. Harry Man.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA nlng' were "Mr and Mrs. J. C.
,I Manning of Daytona Beach.
'" Visitor but t week at the Manning -
We Will Still Offer Fast Efficient ,Service To '
and 'I
,. -. > home wen louls' Sonbe!
,v.., 'The Bradford County Area. and DOnAle\ Sovbee of Athens.'

. .. I| Ga. The Ssbeee WTT. 'cousin'of.Mra. .
7 .. .' Manninc that she -
j ) TELEPHONE hadn't for than 20 i
seen more "r K. G. DUNCAN Agent
I V T.AINESV1LLE: 372-633S years. .t, .t, {C '
j I V STARKE; I I Mrs. T. F. Brown and JU>- *rtl N, Tho"poetft Starke

i .- ... .' ... 9841691i I \ti\\ Brtnnen attended funeral of Mr*. Ward at TrenI -
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'Mrs.of Gainesville Tllffhnwui. and Mr. family and ,II I ttnrntmnaittrrrrrtsrnsKnnmmnstsrrstsnripnnnnrnn! ; we've got your \ ,r c '," ...... ," < ,-,:""

- BROOKERBy Mrs Pasco! Mott and family, I ;
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert: Mott and Ideabook Savory spring lamb a feast
.:J." Betty RabonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA family, and Mr.' -end'Mrs. Ii 4WGREEN USDACHOICE anytime. Cut through the crackling

..I"K attending the dinner were Mr. ???!tt? '?iii QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 29TH tender Juicy meat beneath. It's

.,. \ 4-11 Club MrMlns and Mrs Ressle Carlton of ''T1 i i WINN.D....".TOIII.. INC I a gourmet treat. U. S. Choice
k ;t The Brookcr 4-H Club met Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- i ?I Ij LJ J ISEi American grown.
d ail;.!' In the school music room ris Ray Carlton and daughter ,
. Thursday night of last week and Mr. and Mrs. Ken f

a .f$'-.". for their regular monthly neth Wheeler and sons of CO"Y".NT'f
T ,.T; "le meeting. About 15 members of Jacksonville.Two ? !S f !iiiii !

v'\., the club met to discuss plan Brooker Store ,
I* for a welner roast, and to decide Are Broken Into
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about their camp trips During the night or early
1 1"Ii" Wla. this summer. Airs. Pearl Mar- morning of last Wednesdayand ? ,
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4 :: key served as chaperone. Thursday, two Brooker iiistsuuou.uulaauaiuuuiur: ; !? !; :::cssuaatuiiiiiii:
A.y..eP,;, Bridal Shfwt"rItjJQt1 stores were broken Into and W-D BRAND
\! ; \ The Brooker Community ransacked Green's Groceryand .The mart plow to 90 'for good things to
I 3.. 1 Center wan the setting for a the Brooker Super Mar ". Leg Or Lamb 79,

1 ... bridal shower .honoring Mrs. ket were entered and gone ,; .
I Brenda Green Jones, recent through. The front locks wore S. CHOICE LAMB
Mho. bride. Hostesses for the Tuesday broken and both cash registers. I
t et.+ evening event were Mrs Taken from both IItOI ell : J Loin Chops1.39

t tr! Grace Berry, Mrs. Vivian/ Parker were watches, cigarette lighters I M.E:4t:: I

tee'i/blrit Mrs. Eva Harrell, Mrs. a transistor radio: and ROATiQ I u. S. CHOICE LAMB
Pearl Markey, and Mrs. Joyce some cash. The full amount
e y bet. has not been determined Rib 98
Stokes The room was gaily yet Chops ;
WuMr .
decorated with candles, carnations Just last month. Judge Yawnof
.hJ1 and fern. The refreshment Starke spoke to A great BEEF U. S CHOICE LAMBShSdr.
:t table was overlaid with number of, Brooker people In I
t .rr.1rft; a satin table cloth and centered the school auditorium about Swift Premium 4 lb. Can LB Chops ">. 699!
r the reported vandallim! and
: with a punch bowl. The
'tiu ''bride's book was kept by Mrs. now It has happened.:He spike HAM$2.98WD $ U. S. CHOICE LAMBBreast

.okt Grace Berry. Mrs!! Vivian primarily to the young: people

rlll U Parker poured punch* and Mrs. but no one knows. yet,who BRAND BEEF SHORT : ">. 29;
It4Jt: the break-Inn.
.! Markey and Mrs. Stokes assisted culprits are. The
in serving. The guests were investigated. by the Bradford Ribs39 GROUND LAMBPatties
A'' enjoyed playing games, and County Sheriffs Office *

: "-IAaF prizes were awarded to Miss PERSONALS .' Lb. 39j.J
t i4 h Shirley Green, Mrs. Lucy Ed- Mrs. John McRae has returned REGULAR T( GROUND I
=hill wards and Mrs. Mary Jane home from an extended -

o, 4a.4 llt4 j', and Green.carnations Corsages! were of present gladioli Hospital stay Lake in King Butler.Memorial Stew 69 .::., ._ >!'t..L ...: '

IMe. ed to the honoree and the Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Vol-
flied mothers and grandmothers.i iA'ni lenwelder of Atlanta were REGULAR 69( .

Brenda received many lovely guests of Mrs. Pearl Markey .GROUND'v: .: '
ties; and useful gifts last Thursday and Friday Round ...
rbb, I'T1I"t Thursday. The community was saddened I PRODUCE I .

1 le:1-11: The Brooker PTA met in upon hearing of the deathof 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH ,." ;,f w. ,
I 141gr the school lunchroom Alph Hazen. Mr. Hazen '
abet was born and. raUedin.Brook ... x
Thursday. May 20. A letter \
$ "
t '" of appreciation from Mrs. er and was the son of the late Le, WASHINGTON'
Joyce Langford was read to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. PKG. STATE WINESAP i
the The PTA Burial was In Antioch Ceme- _
group. presenteda i
.tery. Our'' sympathy goes out 10/59'/ I o
plaque to her for her help In Apples
the school and the community to members'of: the family. OSCAR MAYER BRAUNSCHWEIGER
while she lived here. The 7th and 8th grades OR SANDWICH
I made field to Six Gun (ONE PKG.) FRESH CRISPY ZESTY |-J rf* '
The nominating committee a trip 35 F H SUPERBRAND GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA
gave their report, _and suggested I Territory on Wednesday of Spread s-<*. Pkg Radishes; .: 5' GOVERNMENT INSPECTED ALL WHITE
1 Bill Bigham for president [, last week. Accompaning them
,was Mr. McICIttrlck, teacher, PILLSBURY OR BALLARD CANNED
Bass for.vlce-pres- I
%, idea, Betty Rabon for secretary and. Mrs. I Kthel Bass. Biscuits 4/39( FRESH CRISP LARGE EGGS
I .
A and Muriel Led Kelly as. A-2c Laverne. Dyal son ofMr Cukes A" '
t treasurer. They were all voted and Mrs L,, L. Dyal.was REG. 59* EAT-RITE SLICED .0.., 5 Sweet CORN
on and approved. ,.This was nome for the weekend. He
fair the last meeting of the 1904- returned:to Fort Rucker, Ala. Bologna ;. ib 49'REG. (IY5 GAL)'TROPI-CAL-LO ORANGE
65 on Sunday to leave for California ; $ I
Little hays Sort ball I and from there to :$3.39 HONEYSUCKLE TURKEY Drink : : : 39'

The little ,boys Softball team I I Viet Nam. for a tour of duty Roast 3 lb. $2" 3 Doze

had a very good week last with the Air Force. Pkg. (QUART) FRESH SECTIONS 1 0 EARS 39 ,J
Recent Visitors of Mrs.
week. They played the Providence COPELAND PIGGY LINKS ,
..4d! 59-
; team here on Friday Amanda Lew1a and Mrs. Pearl Grapefruit
and topped them by a score Markey were Mrs. Lewis' son Sausage 1 12-oz. Pkg. 59 i
of 28 to 10. On Monday they and family, Mr,.and Mrs.. Allen
played the Church '(IC Christof Lewis, ,,of Cross City.
Lulo Butler ana tile ago We're ;'glad- to'report that) ): ,
group of 9 through 11 beat Mrs. Dollie ':Harrell !la .doing EX".RA..4"Ji :l

f them by a score of 31. The real well after recent! surgery!' ..GREEN.. STAMPS
at the Medical Center in ---- (QUARTS}) REG. SALAD I
p boys of ages 12, 13 and 14 654. DRESSING
4 lost to the same team by a Gainesville .and may get to WILT' PMEA11UMJ .La.'
score of 8 to 4. Ned Hicks come 'home this week .i a.. Conned Ham HEALTH AND Miracle whip' 591 I I-I

415 says there probably will not aooo TH"U MAY. ,.a8THAUH' N71EXTRA"': I I I f I ,
W'.H .
be another gume until school nm BEAUTY. AIDS (PINTS) REGULAR 431 .

is out so that the boys can NOTICR TO IIJII'ICOInIn .
C'r".lt l Co.rt, Bradfordf Cold Water All 31./ :
put their full attention on <...I,.. KlorUel.. I. e........,.. di y( GREEN STAMPSoN. :
their studies for the tests. .C.....No. 11-181 -l [
GA Presentation Leon Qrirfl. I1 lntlrr; vs. "PNO..NINLAND. LANOLIN PLUS :
Virile Prince. Orlfrii, De '
A Girl's Auxiliary,Presentation fendant.NOTHriS. Wieners Cocktail 4f1./ ,
Service was. held at the TO APPEARTo 1 .000 TH"U MAY &C.MAY HAIR SPRAY V'
: Verde France. Griffin Mae
Brooker Baptist Church on 8 ,.lnaw, Mich. ANYWHNMYIY (No. 2H CAN) REG. 39< THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT oREa.991 REG. 59
Saturday. night, May 22. A You are hereby notified thata At 1
medley of missionary hymnswas suit I for Divorce hat been EX"TRA..4'J Pears '
filed airaln you In'the above 65 31./ Half 4 9 ,
played on the piano by named Court and cauie and you ..GREEN STAMPS--.. I)**: SIZE .
Mrs. Howard. Douglas. The are required to eerve a copy r. ON. ..L.. ppFAMILY 1'.. ((303 CAN) REG. 2, 35c THRIFTY MAID 3.v or LARGE Gallon I
welcome and prayer was given of your answer or pleading to PACK (PLUS r. E. TJ f& ,
the complaint on the Plaintiff* Ground Beef
by the pastor,, Rev James Attorney Hon. tex Urven, NCt .000 THRU MAY a.TM Sweet Peas 8/1/
Temple. The Girl's Auxiliary Htarke, Florida and flla the or. A.AHYwxHn.n "a a : ((6- 1. CANS) ASTOR NEW CROP
lirlnal 'In the office of the Clerk
Hymn was presented by.the of the Circuit Court on or before WOODBURYSHAMPOO ((303 CAN) REG. 70t GREEN GIANT CREAM STYLE ;
present and former, membersof the 14th day of June, 1985; EXTRA Orange Juice 6/T/
otherwise tne allegation of S t.
the Brooker O.A. Introduc- Corn 4 59
said. Complaint will be taken a. .4'J.(.GREEN. STAMPS. CAN BAG
tion of the maidens was by confessed by you. W----. (801. PKGS.) TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN
Mrs. James Temple, CJ.A. Director ThU notice ehatl be published ONI to-oi. Pita.TNOPHV (46-o( CAN) REG. 3.$1.,'' FRUIT FLAVORED T 1:

Guest speaker was Rev. once, each week week In the for'Bradford fouruoneecutiv Pecan Halves RIO. S*< 3 9 ,'. Fish Sticks 3i.I6os. /
1nf5: .. Hi-C Drink I
Paul. Estes. Maldens-presented County Telegraph. OOD THRU. MAY. S0TMT Ma.EXTRA. ICONOMY Sill .. 4/1/ !i( .
Brenda. Bass, Debbie !ated tills Uth day of May Mf W.MM enn
". Charlene Melvin, !198ft.! (N... Vi CAN) REG. 23< LIBBY VIENNA '" (! PKGS.' ASTOR OR VAHLSING POTATCES

Cathy DoiiRlr and Cindy ovorturf, and ((8MAL.CHARLPIS) : A. DAUBY. French Fries

Larle 'iemplo.OlmiripH Clerk Uy lleulnh of the M.pfputy'Clerk.Circuit Court. ee. ,;, --_J.tu. ; Sausage 51./ : 4/s1./ ', ,

ISril: Illrthdiiy celebratedher !59nr/ e"n .."nwul.r4 PNO 1&, (No.. 14. CAN) REG. 3i $1. DEL MONTE (Mb. PKG.) PAN-REDI FROZENBreaded ;...

Mrs.73rd Mae birthday Mott Sunday witha PUsllo! Notebooks !1.%' at the [ S: .000 Meat TH"U MAY Pies 5YNA.l Tuna 3/89// Shrimp T9
birthday dinner' at her __ 'w.NNI n'Yn' .
Trlriraph. REG. 231 (l-lb. Loaf') RYE
home. her to enjoy
Helping ((16-os. PKG.) REG. 29( CAMPFIRE MARSHBread,19 -
the occasion were several 01 EX"TA4..4'1i. .. BUY ONE GET ONE FREEr
n. --- FREE
TWO CAN.T".I ( )
I TOP CINNAMON (( PKG.) REG. 49< ACKIN' GOOD ,. Pkg_ 29'l
Announcing; 110 1 Apple Juice
aooo THRU MAY **TM
Buns 291
..10EXTRJeit Fig ; .
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THIS AREA I .4'J4 U9Rin-5, .. ps
1"0.8 TWO BOTTLC NOBODY Saves You Moro Thin? 'Ul7SrTrJ-23IXIE( I


I .300 Liquid TM-IU MAY Oleo 8.TH 1 1 1
; Baldwin Sign Co. ,. ..."'NH..." "57 1 1/
-e.: 1 _h // ALLSWEET
Ex"R.4i1t a
Fire Dept. Baldwin, Fin.I I t
Across From GREEN STAMPS PEt /
I -IM--n uMW* 1i i A ,e'1M,0 tt
Bu\<\:jl Wyatt, Manager .01" t 1 / /
I oV6Ti t
1 A 1 1
fie OLEO
AYN.wNN nor I YAPO.6111
EX..A.o1i1t 5 1 IK /
..GREEN._ STAMPS.N. _.. 1 .A 1 ,1 1
Any'Type: or Size SignWe --- 1 1 1
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Letter Trucks.: Windows. Store Front Gold Label WaOOO < 1 2 LOSa41C

Highway Signs Cards etc. 'T TMNU.NTN MAY_".'.SITS",aEX.TR COFFEEReg. COFFEE MILK{ i 1

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 87 1lb. Can a Reg 77. l-b.! Can Reg. 3/47 Toll Cans Reg. 27 Twin Pock ,/

CALL COLLECT: BALDWIN 2669171Mr. I .-i-M....GREEN.. STAMPS.. 1 1 1t 1t / /
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Wyatt has been ''in the Advertising Iluainess .OOO. TN..U MAT XtT 1 1 t 1 /1

23 years and was formerly with Stuckey'a. for 17 .. ..._..n.... .5o Famous Quality Low Price Compare Quality A Low Price j Famous Quality.. Low Price: ui Q\.Io. ty Low Pt<. 1 1

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, barbecued In the Hawl "'YTY.................
, *'YYYYY.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYY.-.Y..Y.YYYYY'1 were I l\lra. Muhlhofer Bill I Authority Bill Introduced
Ian manner. There was at Clay County Utility Tax i ; Airport

other Hawilan food. bread j Funeral Services INDIAN BEACH I

KEYSTONE By Mary K.HIGHLIGHTS Schaeffer4aAAAAAAaasAUU.a..AnA.aAA salads Mrs.The Jennings etc.luau was Munhea.planned and by! ..I Held Mrs. Charlotte Tuesday Zeh Muhl Introduced, But Fate DoubtfulClay I (Lake Santa Fe) I In House By Huntley and ThomasA

Mrs. Jorge ValMejult. but all hofer. 83. of Keystone Heights Mrs.' lark F. Miller.: Sr. I
AAAA.A.uuAUu.. of the parents of both the widow of the late Charles! County RepresentativeLoula Improvement of Clay County bill creating a Clay I Two to serve one-year

Juniors and the Seniors helped John Muhlhofer died on aI'rival HunUey'a on-agaln offagain ; school system including tAaA.AaAAAAAAAaaA.AAAaWhat adford County AirportAurhoiIy teuni to be recommended by
K1IJIS SENIORS FETED etc. In a Polynesian ParadiSE in the planning and the at utility tax for Clay teachers salaries I Ist.Il'IPd for future maintenance the Bradford County Commission -

AT THREE EVENTS' theme. The band. Th preparing of the food.< Chap Monday morning a County was finally Introduced I Huntley announced plans, a slow week this development and! promotion I two to serve' two-year
Starke hospital after an extended out 'lo lx> when It
Saturday May 23. was the Chances from Jacksonville, erones Included Mr. and Mrs I Illness. She had beena In the State Legislature last I for introducing tin utility tax! oat of the Keystone Alrpoit '- i terms to be recommended by

big day -and right-for the were set up In a typical nativE Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorg< resident of Heights Thursday.But bill early In the session but so hectic at the cod! I WR" Introduced jointly In the StarkCity Council; two

Class of IMS:I of Keystone thatched hut. Truly the dec Massa. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Keystone it may suffer the same later decided against !It because I think everyone on UU- the Ht>us' of l KpietinUttlveiMonday to nerve three-yen terms, recommended -
for the 14 coining
Jllg-h School. oratorsthe Junior past ,?ars. sore IIu"*. felt Just tutu' saute Louis Huntley by the Ch Coun-
girls by Hep. I y
Warren and Mr. and Mrs here from Chicago. III. She fate ai! a similar bill Introduced of lack of support from
Filet, there was the buffet were inaplied. Chaperones al I Robert Shaughneswy.' by the Hai-dee County Clay County clowns and official way. "Lucky" and Elicit l.ut- of City County und Krp. ty Commission"" : and three to
native of LelpsJg. Germany -
dinner at the home of Senior the dance were Mr. and Mrs, About 7 a. m.. on Sunday; was a, and member of delegation The Hardee bill Is. Hens had neveial UOUHI-M full olroinuitny A J. Tlininu! Jr of Bradford I serve four-year terms recommended -
was a
Carol Stephenson daughter of Philip Knuth. Joseph Benson morning, the last of the merrymakers the Church of was killed In the House Committee This announcement broughta \ thUeekritd.. They The lame all POl't. u satrllltu I by the Keystone

Mr. and Mrs. Les Stephen, Mr. and Mrs.' J. D. Williams. wended their wa;, Keystone Community Heights on Finance and Tax- flood of telegrams and let- halt their eldest suit, VoII,. facility elm-inn World War II Heights Council After" the Initial -

at their home on Lake Geneva. Mrs. Claire Lull, and Mis,. homeward their bin nighover ation on the ground that It trig! from citizens supporting Sandra ant' the children! comedown was turned over to the City ofKevvtone appointments nil members -

Quest were members of Ann Null. to sleep for a few hoursafter Surviving: la one son. Walter created a new kind of the> special tax The KeystoneItiUhU host Jarkttmvlll-1. Over Heights after the would bt named l for four-
the Senior Class and After the final M. Muhlhofer of Keystone different putts of the weeken.i! | year terms.
strains ol which they all went to City Council endorsedIt
their J Heights; one daughter. Mrs. tax.The IOC"1 Ellen's 1I1 l i war.The
dates. music died away the dancers Crescent Beachfor a picnic., bill authoi'lacs the by resolution did several vlHltlng allOt were -1 Authority would The" Authority would have
Robert E. Walter of West lets flullh's11': '. 1 !
After dinner the guests< once more returned to their So. on Monday morning they County Commission, upon request other city and county board, and : "n< of nine" member to be appointed broad powers to acquire land

went to their respective homss homes to don sport clothes for were not only tired. they were Chicago.. 111. and one grandson. of the School Board to I I This response" prompted Huntley Mis II K Smith of u.'II"-1' by the! Governor upon and equipment construct

to don formal attire for the the Hawllan Luau at the also sunburned and we wonder I I levy a tax: up to sven:: percent I to Introduce the bill. It villa and Mr. and :. !local reoonxmeiKintlotn Mem- buildings, and employ personnel -

Junior-Senior Prom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James how much knowledge they Funeral services! were held on each( purchase of eoltC-1 was n.slitntvt to two committees I Stevens of Jacksonville A tin' bet$! would' |>o selected as follows I In development of thefacility

School. The Cafetorlum was Jackson. The luau was held absorbed. at school that day? at 3 p. m. Tuesday In JonesMemorial tricity metered or bottled Finance( and Taxation enjoying caik-ouia, s\\lmniln : It would also. have the

beautifully decorated with on the Jackson's beach on Really rt should have been a I Chapel with Dr. Albert fuel oil. and telephone serviceup and Public Utilities' where It boutlng wiivl, skiing, a |party power to Issue revenue certificates

greenery fish nHs. sea gulls. Lake Oeneva. where four pigs holiday I Ir C Holt pastor of the. to ISO per month Churches may. die became of the short made up of title group went to carry out Its function
Community Church officiating. 'tu the okaluuha, !fIver anti|
I IVbble of nalneivllle, Rex ,
.... Mrs. Murrhee and Mrs. Val- and public buildings wouldbe time remaining !in the regular *
Oravestde committal' services caught 30 ledbellles
tdejult want to thank the exempt and the bill would seslon IVitll states., I the In the pluoi The bill provides for a I'ef"l't'ndum -

Frigidaire Maytag Zenith r Uona and the Rotarians for were heU at 2 p. m.Thursday provide for a referendum before The bill places a ceiling of Mr. anti :MOs Nick 3.mans'have ; of complete relnxiitlon Nick by voters of Keystone
In Acacia ParkCf'm.lf'ry
I providing Cokes for the Luau with becoming effective. 150 on the amount of utility had a.. theli lerentl j mitt Vlmlnlit' wire uinonitattriullnii Heights before becoming

'' Carol Anne Campbell Chicago. Ill. All funds collected from the tax that any one consumercan guests tlu11nil.. Motorola Siegler Heaters Interment In the family plot. I Mrs. Frank Pearl lleckle ands (Continued on rage Igl I
Weds John IV. Gaff III special tax would to toward pay within a single year
/ DeWItt C. Jones Funeral i
Mrs. Thomas Elliott Campbell
Fedders Home was! In charge of localarrangements. !
of Keystone Heights announces eYY ..tetllt yewt 'ew1 Paul Pendleton Public Speak-
the nanlallC! of her l hut medal: Carson Johntry recrlved Announcing The Opening Of
In lieu of flowers the family -
YEOMAN'S Sales & Service daughter Carol Anne to John requested that friend MELROSEBy the IVKalb award: Jim

Wilson Gaff HI. son of Col. contribute' to the Community Font Mike IVckhiiin' and UilceFlnley
and Mrs. John W. Oaff Jr, of received the Stag
.AIKLUOSE: PH.1 473371 Church building fund of Keystone -
EitUn Air Force Base Tlieceremony Heights.sonvllle Mrs. Grant RolhhaminerDuplicate Fiiimer Dearee. MOONEYHAM'SHEATING

took place In (}e- New officers' were elected
Ala. 12. .........................
"Quality and Price"Yes new on May Tuesday for the next school
The bride is the dauthterof Bridge year"

of Mrs Campbell and the late and It would seem Winners at Melrose\. Duplicate The FPA and F1IA will have

I Major Campbell. After graduating -iii that Wallv's feat could easilycome Bridge Club for Ut week M Senior' Beach party Fllday AND AIR CONDITIONING

j. from Keystone Heights In that eal.<
" High School In II II4. she at. I gratulations. Wall/! John Strawn and Mrs R. P I'eritnnitUMothers KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA

II tended the Unlterslty of Florida ,I St'NDAV BAKE SALE Vonh. first place:; Mrs. Mary reco nl/ed: 1 during

and Is currently employedby I If you like delicious. fresh Cook and Mtas Iva Iltllyersecond lime Mother's! Day services at Serving Clay and Bradford Counties
baked for
Son Southern Bell TelephoneCo Roods your Sunday place; Mrs. FiancesPyle F.llum; BiiptUt" Church weifMis. ::

In Clalnesvtlle morning after-Mass breakfast and Ml** Bessie. Rutherford Walter Terrell., 73. oldest"
Mr Gaff has on. more trimester ,what better time 4o Ret It UuckTllliT.
third place; Mis. O. M. mother present; Mrs
"Cowboys" Go before graduating from 'than Sunday morning, ? Allen Jr. and Mrs.! Kay 11 yoimnest. mother

the University of Florida He Ht. William's\ Altar society Blames fourth place and Mrs. Bob Iluell. the

and his bride are residing In will hold a Sunday morning '... clilUrvii '
"' .n. t'lub mother with the most bonded O dQ aO IaUU
Bake Hal this Sunday In [ O
To College! Oalnesvllle.l>nnrln Claim. front, of the Church before A tat suttper wu II..rv..deale present" g.Mr. f ar
,. 1
style Saturday. M.iy 23.t and Mrs.. Virgil Rowe'

!. KnlerUlned: and after Ma s. Those. who 5:30: p m. In the Woman's and suit of Tul-u Ok la. have I Ultimate In performance. .

Especially;"' pint- IZf'd "ranch Mr and Mrs. George Msssa are donating to this sale are Club house spnnsoied by the moved to Melrose to make rv
asked to get their baked goods
You'd beKiirprl.ted entertained their daughter" Junior Woman's club: their hon,*,. Mrs Howe It the
hand you. Olna'a dancing clan with a there by 7:44: -no later--Sunday MaMM. Horn ('0,1,1 former Joyce Rothhammer w t POMRVPRIHCEn
how of them morning And a word of
many at the Peach
71w Art Wheelers have I daughter of Mr and !Mrs
change their \Ve tem headgear easement. on Lake Oenva last advice"" to those who patronise started a Trailer Court for Orant ltothliamm Mm. n
this. .. "--try to get your selection -
hpn Sunday afternoon. 40 They have I Howe .Is. happy. to bit with,.
for mortarboard peuple over ace
a before Mas -when the \ h. remote
*- From. 2 to ft p. rapacity" types
Present with Mr and Mrs'
they grow up to collegegraduate : | choosing Is good; t. .... "Get trailer spare planned for 20 tl'I"tlvps" and friend, litHtnlliitlon Itnnclwimn wrnlherpruotrnliinet. (
Ms.wa and daughters. Phyllis| 'trailers and want folks who Mrs J.n-kle' Beard and Mrs t''
em while they're hot'I" + .
side! and Olna. were the dancing wish to slay In thin area after Dianne Tt"*>n attended thOslnesvllle "
('U\nu'sITY ( .n'RCIl S Unit I III silt cooling, require no water,
class teacher Mrs. retirement.Kllam City I. nane Bowl-
\UUIF.N' no plumbing)
Of course I the>*e young"huckerausually \ Thompson and her By Helen. Fun I IAbt.uto n.pU rtiurrh lug banquet at the Ilollilay J ;, J'unk"' | up" with your prevent warm-al.

hare a husband of Jacksonville; members and I Ifrl..ndA I The Young Married Couples Inn. system' Slmp/l/ Rataflatknrf /
husband l. Jacksonville couple of pretty good pard-- da Dixon. Patsy and Kathy attended the reorgan- Tuesday, at
their children spent Saturday inn Ifolden spent| J 'kill Inv exiliiHivn/ C'olt-nuin/ $10(1)
ner"" in makntK: the grade to Hitchcock and their mother: Izat tonal luncheon meeting of I I May 16. at Gold Head Branchon Camp Wend near Carrabelle Vim"rrutly llotulKvi'ry '

Vicki Putnam and her moth. the Church Women on May a picnic Mr\ and Mrs Carl lUuiiltind; I 4..T. I it ws o : iiHt.illaliun I Lt comfort tng-(-
college pardnerV!" commonly devotional Yl
17 After shot
and Mark ;
Carolyn bmbecue' red
er Lynn. The OA's gate a .pantomime were' hosts for a use'
Dad and kwon by Mrs A. C Holt. :
known a* Jordan and their parents; church services last held recently "t their" IHMIH-
Mom. Sally and Carl Torode and president .elect Mrs. Walter SundayNel ,, Those attending were Mr sivJ
their mother and Olive Ann' Orollck/ IntrodiM-ed, the newofficers Ctienwr of Hawthorne.
.**< New.Awards Mrs Wllll Mall. Phone 473-4565
Buby all of Starke First vlceiwesldent.and '' Mr and Mrs RuwwllW

They do the kind of planning ahead The gueirts enjoyed/ water program chairman Mill assembly on were'May presented 19. Sara at l' ird and family of Mir L "to "r .. .: ...... .... I I'. O. llox 112

and satiny ahead that it taken to """ Inl( kllng, booting, and Charles Wallentus; second Baldwin was the announcer annpy; Mr and Mr Junior

the deal." 'They get Marten while thrlryounlC''o"boy" ming and then went to.wlm.1 vice Missionary Mrs and Raymond budget Jean lively and Invld Oa- I Ibr.rdl llersey.. and son of Theressa, ,
Maw horn on chairman I Mr and Mrs pork TlMin andIContliiiied
kudos awarded
i 1M Hill winning
an were
drive for a picnic! tunrh.Perfect fltatnes. tressurer. Mrs, Bernard : on Pane 1111 I IKMil '
the "fa"te, t draw on the block:" I I r.olf (Haute! I Blocornb; secretary. Mrs A certificate B averaie certificate I

Interest paid on naving here help I Wally Muhlhofer his done I. C Stripling A. .U Customary ,, were also awarded

make a "college education account." Open Kl' He played a par same at over the past several Theiie senior received' 1 'tT:' FOR HUM.. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS [

yours IndaylKEYSTONE! the Keystone heights Country years the president appoints medals VaiI'CUrtorl.nMar.: 1 Bids). "will. IH lecrlved until

Club on Wednesday May It I committee) and circle chair tha Sroll; ftatutatorlan" -Carson .- 7 30 p In. June 8. to reeoniftrtict ,,

He has five reliable witnesses men Spiritual Ufe. Mrs. A C 'l' Johntry. Clan. President a lialitsuv. facility u'' DIRECTORY

STATE BANK too. namely. Rsy Btorneo. Oor. '' Holt. finance, Mrs. Frank Brenda Olierman.: SrhoolRplrtt laurel" Avenue tend JasmineAvenue

don Lee, Bill Bmtth. 8. C, Me- .Ilgen; Membership Mrs. toy Brenda ObernvsnScience In Keystone
Kay and Huntky!"' Redfeam.|j,: 8nd....; Sunshine Mrs Wll-\ I Carson. Johnlry Par more InfurniaUon 1I"llIhl.\\

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone IleijihtM. }'Ia.'our 8rho were' plsylng with Ham Wai' ; lI<>>pll allt,. Mrs I Tier departments aim gave I either City,, clerk .... i AN1'Itltl( :q ,\iriO l ( MKItVK'KTERRELL'S: I : : .; ..:ItY

"\ Friendly tank In Your Friendly him. Several ago -|I i !Nettle' mitrhberry and Mrs .wardsMrs Coidlll I IyrarhnkI t m anrt 12 IMKHI. Tue....luy I Ithiouuh

read where Arthur Msnswabrnrlrd Ruth Oreeson: publicity. MrsFrance I Mrs Sephenionbran. Hatui, !fay. at theMuolrtpul The Martin' Place Nursery

Community. a perfect JOO In Jack- P rein; KUfhen. re I I. Mr Rortuers I Auld; Mrs I Building\ 1 K'yoloixllrl Metros.and .
1 I4.wlnul. Jackson I Islhlellel t:: Mr Herring I IHwsy 21 Gulf Service I 11111. 'u.hllmo 23
I'I Mr., K A Orant .ht. or City HupervlviiCaper K.v.lon.ANTIQUES.
Mrs. J Aisle WlllUms, wel I I be dlfOtbalJ. track, A- I prove Ijetween 7 a m I !Nr'\V: A 1'vp.u I : Miles HR of Htark

I fare. Mra. Bert Chrln offer. merlran lrkm Award presented : and < p m dolly The' Cityrraerveu |i iI "Yrssm II oi) .Ifp All. ...,', Stick '"'.."*-
Visitation Mrs. Edward by Mr Kllgore firkin I right to rvjrc 1..ri..II..n. / .11,11.1/ '* oif |l'I".lIta| it KViilt
and I the I 1 itsiri nr.ntrY
AUTO 1'Nlll
, Firth ; to *th trade boy and fir') for all bid / HKI.I., TltAtK) I I"l'ruct OPKN" : 7AM" 7 m: ) *4 to ertoono from Nlr*
and II | ,
C & C MOTORS any H.f.l .n. llclghU : Tress, !r.v..rlrr..n"
Cirri Chairman' No IIrs. eltlitennhip. received by Joy Hiker City Clerk "worth, w0hstanda' th. I I
Supermarket I>)li< Plants.' All In
Cuban and Chick Chan up
Thomas Norwood No. JMrs. I Tt t Time"
No J. 1 Jean lively received. theWorkman ..1..1I..n..'. t' I I I I ..iln.rn (plant ny-
< Clarence IMfU.; ..- (;iitninn, It .."l 1....
Irowntown 113..193.North
Located in 100 Phone
Keystone On IA.
lleixhta WorM I
Illway Mrs Robert Dndd, No. 4. Mrs i of the l'1/1./10/ : / : 47MJ11y1I'rl.l.1N'I : Service 'vs .I'J' sour lanlla. ..pln.

J. W Klngcoury. No. 1. MisVI I merlcsn hln'onr award I preenlrd KEYSTONE I 4al I.III"N I.h.* sad

Central Florida' Only Auto Supermarket A. SchroedVr: No 1. Morn- I by nerd Massey Drive-In Theatre ( :!4( Hliiriiliiril) Oil "Pr> .l< I
Martha Mcott' reeelved an award Itll! til .ltVU'.1! I
Circle. ...1''.. FJmT H"*eNightingales
Ing Msbel from the F.I1I'todl.! I J..,lin..>n OiitlKonl4l I = HST\TK: :
Mr* HrltsnnU-n. presented by l'PI..rI Frl.. !Kit( May 2H. 2' T V Service Center .. A Servlre1t.h10g I
All Current Year White. and Rebrccs I Ko....". J K, TIH >6. ,1'rs.peI.lorAethnrU.d Talkie. ",, .\,,: Centrally lm-t

Attention William r..wnae l jail l Iwo r- i A play 'Th. M..........*' writ M,."li>ri>>* "1'hlkn: .4.1-. "...1_'r,. I SilK. heath. K. ftll.
evening circle Each clrtlewill ,. nudes: unit H.rvi." e |I -tri.: OIL KEItr: IMI I .1.-. lu.rhi| | renlrnl
Model <
Makes & bv fvmnl s
.meet an honorary member Seethe l On Ml Mike, '":l\nn\ .Hy. :21 > .... air conditioning
MOM and DAD ..n inactive peron- who presented by the ,lojrnaUumrlsv P TV -- K Ours 'IfrKrlIIl > K.y.l..n. "...I\ChI.\ : I .* ewrner l I.... ..s.

>lost t Le Than 100 Mllen was formerly known as a .h"" mic .,,' : "nrmiil anil Town
We've Got; That Car I Bets Club 1..Id..nt. Cathy ...'h.
In. Work (1.16'.1' | TV ll n( ls II"\I'T! : :snor!
You"**? I Been I'romininc William WaU, retiring Webster lapped the Few B-ta Key....... ".'.hI.. HtlrUIAir i
On-The Spot Mia. he I Chub "", m\f'\ (? SUPERIORfluTee 11.11"1'u. Realtor
gt For Graduation: president was honored by ,
Mr RAdier's Ac slaw< reeeired :
Bank Financing presentation of a white Bible these awards' Larry 4iiii' ... INK: 1 II 1 RIO I ITS
! .
1 $200 and Up hi l leadership 'II.r ... ... .
1 In appreciation during the part of two years I Price rut.Star t.ndin Oreenjjsnd firmer I !. ......... 10',(natallatksn: Above"" .sr,5l( ...t' I ". ,....1411..n at In l.tIon. tT".11I.

Bring Other Dealer. (Continued on Pa. eelirRrr. ) (keg Hurt ; ,,_,,-,. .......,ml, r V ,\tj. >iiH\t<4 ori : 4
: .' .\. W.
4 o' 1"'M."t < I i.:tt itr. :

fttif& MHK. ...."..-. 'Tinting l>y Hng Hl. I '
"Lat Price" To U. U n. r.OVI'ft'fW"' fit N/iturnli/..,,, Holiday'Restaurant
"ittiang /
spec, W a ni. r i\ .p In I
And We'll Beat It! "Ilearinr IH"P. ThruHe '
Store \l'rr Its A"I"| '"'?''" '" \ ,
Pose M.y l Priced
Graduate Down! ..earchWrlt. SWIM! ........." N.bu.a 6 t'l'n," Ave H.>ir i'. '.' 7 t DAYS'! WrUTKLY
-Just Ask The Folk or Kei.n.( lUlgrtl. !
.s. I.H, 'tlll'I III.earAlyf(1 |llmwr. nnrhM. -
GainesvilleHearing In beautiful modernpool. I; !.. f.rtM-IlitlUn FornU

Who Tried Us Aid Co. 20') 'IO' in itKI'\IH: I I H':'K
S See Us First tf! ,1.\WS .MOUKUSGoetzman) : H-k North of Ret Light
---- \lively\ netting I ;
CM N. ...** a if *tttMURRHEE Goetzman Bros. I .: ) rIOHTIt:

Full Factory Warranty a7g-0045

.I' Classes Starting Monday, June 7 : CarageuFa'.ttu WORK !I Garage f:1J: ('.\JtM

I For Children. Age[ I and. ap l: |0fMIM.: kf(1TKIeuly PAINTTNO' I ..,. ... h,.. f.....' ." Used Car
i411l1Kars4 \. .
II We Haven't Got It We'll Get If! 1'(1rCrA1t1M WELfflNiAl. l.tttV
For Adult. 2:30:: I'.\I. ... lawn tlaers4lwlb.ulass. / AH (**<_ *. All. .. \ and 3-T Shop
Insurance Agency SALKS k

TWO OTHER F CATIONS!,; TO SERVE: YOU Two lrn per wired-.Monday A Thursday. Ifwr fl K.y.*nn. Mvlgh's' ".. \ Sell; Trade
Genera] Insurance Nest <(
1:1)" K. hni'er"ily A"e. Gaine..y5ll" Phone 372.6ARS< rinr rAII..TT N1Ri'iE 'all ",... Fred IKxM. (tullll.-d In truefiw ... /73 tlai l 473310IHlway of Stark
"lIono t1J42MBRADFORD :
AI'Tfaa' I7.1-120 ror Kale, tie. ,1If. Sun. 47I-SU3 Jl K..yton. "
Hawthorne Road HaineovilleI'hone
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< n YTYYYYYYYTYT.TTYTYGRAHAnJ m From I>rc diaa Pace) "Do D..vrlpf.a A_... .f Tnxev Ve. 0._.,..._ Aaav.nt .f Tnxea ,... Be..rlptlom. Aanonntl Tn.e..
.- .C '...\ II Tit' Owner mad) lout .ff /n.,1 II T n A O-w. ... and "'..'. et, land 8 T R 4V O.rn>r and CronSE'

.. !1o. Deserlptlon. A....nt of T....
.. of 8WU ANK'l
3324-W 82' of Lot* 4341-Lots I A: 7 of
.f lams II T II A Owejee ..A .'. ..
i \ of NK". A.
1 A 4 of Blk 18 In Hlk 9 in Lincoln
I 2810 Com nt SW In L T A Con S/U Currl Coloman %3.:::. City: AD''U. L. Tucker U.S6 NVJ ot( 81 ',. of N- 160 Mr*. Thomas F

:8"K" By :Mrs. W. E. Starling Cor of NW '4 of 1324-EH of Lot. 1a3of111k16InI 43SZ--...t In NB CoP 33 7 U Brown 2.2.861152ANW
; 5w 4 Run K 460 I of Lot 2 ntk 5 11''"'
1 Ft. N UO Ft. E 1..0 T A Co* 8/D Joe Colemaa 11.7 Sq| In J. al. John :: of N-
: Phone 455-2500AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ft for T'OR N sou 83n-t"11I f 3 A W 83"' BiD Jaime. O. Mcl> nl.l 15.'7 K": & 8 W'., of

Ft, K BO Jo't. S 2AO o( Lt 4 or Blk 15 NEll ItI'! '" of BBVt

C i . . Ft, \V GO Ft to FOB 22 6 23 Ben C Da\-I' 110 In Lor.A Co SID Mary Coleman :<.26 4381- 1 Lot In NVCur of NE'4: A N\VV of
Iv'i: nf Lot 2 nf IJlk I IIEII .10 Nt4 of X10
, :2831: ('on, at 8W 3329-H 18 Ft of Lot 22 MO Emory C. Brown 81.41
''f. Mr. and Mrs. WUey LungJUKI -i, Cor S Run m 2 103.3, HII1 W .f 8E'.l II 7
U4 otoW": nf 4ofRlk 16&9118" tOB.a N 517*-"., of NW'i A.
". and children of Gaines! $W'., E K o.V: 30'. Ft nt Lot 3 A 4 Of 110': :'T.vPO: Elmer B. Thomas 'Ul NH "of HW' A SEV .

: ,I,,.,$'" ville.! :Mr. and :Mrs.: Leslie Jon- E 1UO' For POB Ntun' 18 In L T A" Co* 441 -("om at NW for of SWV, A WVt -
; R: 758 IflO'" W 8/D Mack ColemaaJr. or NW 4 of MR 4.Id of SE14\ 14 7 22 240 Mm. Thomas F.
1111" i >, and Albert Thomas of 75' to POB Lying Ket.!) 4S.3I f97.."'. 14 II'"' Brown 111.II

artjg- ll.mipton} visited Mr. and :Mrs.: N of Co Or lid 23. S3 C. J. :Milter! 111 1314W," of Lots 1 For' PUB' .'ont H S194--C m on W ".,1.
28aP .- r-um Od0'( R A. A 3 of Blk 18 in L unit; IS 600' N :SOO', of Rx: H/W on gee
ttop.BtPUbll ( 'ill 1 Jones and Airs. Debbie T A Co* 8/D Audrey Via atb* n 10.87 Oonrr OothSerrKadlu N
311' N of HW 'or W SUIT to POM SS < Z2 Lln A Run on
'* B.III during the week. OnondIlY. nf NW,, N !60') 3387-W HI Ft Of Lot Inc. SS.57 H/W 70 Yda.. W 15

Oft ";J'Tle :\( Mrs. M. J. Dyal of K 200- for POll. M 4 :of ilk 33 In L T.Co Frank L. William H I9.A- Com at NBJCor Put. 8 70 Tda to .
ionN( ) eo', w 100' BID 15.S4 of NWH' of N- Sec linn. then F! to
JiIrtjidi"fl J'umpano visited. them. ):1'. H &0' to POB In OR .t al J13' Hun W lU.tl7', Heg-14 A in BK": !":

and: :Mrs.:\ Jones and :Mm.: ( Hall Bk 25-41,6 J3 4)) J] Pioneer Finance Co 41.97 1384 Ft" -of Lot Lot S 4 A"of N BlkII 25 H '. wW 3HO'1 of 8W'4 31 7' 22 A. H. Kelsey 11.71
:2045 Ber At Tom S iKRHir 131.561Var 5225-Lot lIon Lnkevlae
'lotted' Mrs. Jessie Hall and L. T. A Co*
Hull 8t In Nut. Willie Din Est. 33.1'837UT..ot. 11 tO. S 3f. Wly of C'ryntal
Emma Hughes
son of Hampton Sunday. I.ko Homenltee. Dan Pete Pappaa 11043
1fi In" "/0 Run Eon 3 4 Of Blk K: HIV lid 1UO. N-
John McKinney spent the 1100\\'''' Or 200'. 4w In L.* .T. A Co* Wlv r: Tl/W to Conc 81(11( -Lot 50 A 52 on
S to Peteraon Rt. Dill A Lonnld ilrk. K I'OU 11 6 22 TIS- \viijkman (ink of Crystal
Blbatd week with ills children in 100) Ft then on Peleraon ,- B, D Jackson, Hick 11.47 .t'al'I 1,93<.93Morrlion Lake TlomenlteaS345 L. r. Gibson IS.J4'f

the"'dt \\ luchula.Mr 8t W 100', N 1 of RIle 4433-Com at :NW Cop -l.ot 43 on Cyprew -
100' to POU !2 I 22 Tom A Llazle Hall. 1.412061Iot 3Ml -Lots 2. NIor.: :NW of L'ryntalInkff
'I of Edna E. Spark I.<5Albert
: \ and Mrs. Julian Wasdln 41 la L. T. A Cue Hunttalt.x8316fast. .\ Mr "
t e'ta f fIl :! 1lOt Blk 1 :Ma* >.. Run H '430'. EIII'
8 D A. 41nn
{ .nl Jacksonville visited his par. InOllt: William France Jenkins 43.70 :; fur POH. nunN t 44 In

i 'its. Mr. and Mrs :Math: Was- H n Ruth Ma. Fentnlall 141 8312- N'4 of B1k5 I 32"'. K 100'; H ((1r ratal L'.rpreaa Ave L,k.
2652- Lot 8 of Bite in L T A Co. S/D 819.] 120'. W' 100' to rOil 13 6 23 VOIIII 5.9S O. Edlln IS.94T
Mis. Pearl 71.54 Honieuittf
Sunday. Key 1 of Nat William France J nkln 4414-Com at :NW Cur 5347-Lit 43: on Cyprem -

nolda of Jacksonville is upending S/D Joe Harmon 6.41Clarenre 8400-W'4 of Blk' 47 of NK'i of NWt4 Ave In Cryatal -

l 11 J / ; the week wth the VVumlin. :8T.ot! 10 or Blk In L T A ('0" a D Eva Hushes, Eat 23.10 Run n MO' S 285 Luke tlomenlte. / Virgil" I>. Hudson 147 4)'

1 In Nat William 340!-T"tll 3 of tilt to 8 MMe of Canal 63609otn) 49 .A. 51
j Mr. and Mm. T. A. An.nrtrs 11I0111. A Jo. i
< SID for POH, Cont M
tl9Lee .
DeSne 48 In L T A Co* 8/D 15.34 on l'yj,.ree of Crytal -
inrAS r < of Gainesville and : 2055 R''It i of Lot 11 William liB': W 154' to Can Lake Humesltes Jam! W. Lester IS Mt
of Blk 1 In Nat 1 al Ely Along Canal
3424W! of Lot I
e .+. < Clements of :0.11'8'1 E194--I..*>t* 17. 59. 81
nij WII1I..m.. 8/D Jenkins 14 90 690' tu i} e 22
of Blk 10 A 8 SO' K.10
.nP tHNE Imota McQueen of
'y Cry5115 -
: on < >rnn *
IV' also visited the'o.. orv H or Lot v 4170--( ('orof
'ltM SOBS-Ix>t 15 of Bile Hal Lake Homemltes. Michael 3ofka 12 OS
.tt'' n' Ullt'.1.1 2 In Not William Blk 10 L T A Co. NKH of NK'4: lot 77 A 79
41'1 Harto. 10.17 Add Farmer' SupplyT. 87.92 .A Hun a 9S4 Ft for -
.soi',I "111.1 Sl.iile of Oxford, Carl A POrt Run W 299 on Cyurea of Cryaetal -
:211HIot: 25 In Blk
3481-Lots 0. 9 of Elk Lake Uum.oil. .-
\nitid. Mr. and Mrs Ed Par- 2 nf Nat William Ft H 181 Ft JB l'lFt !!" 2211
18 In L. T. A Co* .J John D. Patterson
I.IIt let'ently. 4 i' HIP .. W. V. Henderson I 41 Add F. Land rum Eat 2428 N 11* Ft to J'OISf 1 11 tAU,". Orlff I 39..1 I 537 .,!-Beaat NW

2870-- Lot 38 of Blka 3403-- rot 12:! of Elk 4471-A-Bev 444' W A. Cot of NW? of N-
(Il.. MM :lIart""lton and :MrsSurah ." In Nat WllllatnsBD 18 In L. '1'. A Co. 850'!" N or !SB!I Cur of K"4 Bun B 450':;< for

., Bean of J.-OKionvllle( Levy L.nnon 13.Z* Add .i Cbarle. A. Crosby S3.48 :NWli': W 210', N Poe, 8 105'. W30fi
.1 2H71: -1 Lot In NW 4. 210', E SIV. a 210
i'njtr and Mrs. Zelma Ftlioilen of St. 3H8-W," of 7.ot.. 1, S 10.V. BIoS't.
: of $\\ 4 .a. 2 of Hlnrk 14 helm to Ilctr 34 0 11 inn. Robert 10.1I .. POH',( NI.. Per
f'.forge: Ga. spent! several dive: I In I...ed Uk 71 P* 66 Ft HAW By; 4S09) -HR'4 of NW'J 14 1 12 40 WA.:, Beaeent Jr. 16.44 Prop for house onwronn

:'ini : R/W U I-H Bt-K ..t NW land I I 22 Security Mtg- Invest 111
( with :Mrs Mattle 1)<\\ lllam.n 100Ft N A. S In
14'l w'l 23. 22 John A Aunt L T .A Co. Add V Ernest W. Allen J8'.'8Leiter ('or of 5-A TrartIn 5379- *fi and :Mrs Frank ;)- :: William 121 I 34H Lot 13, A 14 PR) Cor of NKH W llelei of H/W on

l41eff e,' Ucddick, Mra.! Mildred I 'uvl., SB7t -- Com nt 3TV. of Blk 24 In L. T. of 81:\\4. H 17 IT', N line of Sec 2 AKun .
201.37 M 121.. Fl. N 17* II on R/W !9Vda I
Cor nf NW, or :- A Co.. Add J. Prevail
ted. and children of: Greenville, \\4 Run I r. "10. M 349H- Lot 11 of Elk i W 1236' to FOB 34 6 22 Doo..14 Earl Wooilard n." TV 35 Yd.. N

":,,,, and Mrs. Castle of StaikoNo For POll :N 2in, I It.K 28 In U T. A Cue 4u22--4nm at KK Cor *3 Villa to R.." lIt,.

ttl6Jty' vlxlted Mrs. Davis during : Inn .'.. 8 ;200:( Pt; Add Roy D. Acker 81.113513N' of. :NK'i or Skill: then l a! on !Beo! line
,( w ion rt to "I'OH tl ( 12 Irene Mitchell: 1043 1J Pt Tot 6 A Hun W 149'onN!" to lie,f I 1 21 % A. H. KeUey 11.31
or Rut H
week. Hdry 100
rl1.1). 28 '1-.- ".m a tOW: Cori J..ot. 7, I .A 9 Blk :2 M inir, w r.o', s 100'To 5402-.Hid of NP.Vi: of
>f HW' of SWV, NWA I I 11 10 O. 19. Hick. Jr. 10115410Ian
.I Mr and :Mrs.: Leslfe Cklom. In Highway Addition K i t-:: "iSH: Ft f"r LakeItodfntnd
ft Run 5222S 28 of
of Hialeah visited MA and) I W. A. B..nt 230. to I'OU 14 < 22 People'. National
I Jw\ a Pt 'II! Then Kun UU-I..ntll S A 4 of + "Shore C. B. Chaff. et al II 91

f nnd Mrs. Eddie Starling>> Mr.. H ion 1 Ff n r.o Ft I Hlk 1 In Tample FIDDd 96.174194Reg 5471-K,, 200' ot Lot
8ildtt N 100 Ft W BO Ft 4Ad H..A. Lawson .01 at Tnt of 1 of Blk R In the
.'lId11'9.:: J. W. Starling and.
i :, tj I'OU 22 S' Mid StuteUom 8818:' -W 66 Ft of Lot W R/W Hwy !00A "\ llavtn HID Raymond U.
Mr and Mrs. H. E. StarlingS ** luo. 4064 8.A W CO Ft of N H/W of HR.W t'hlco.k ".IS
189.(.If N 108.71'
n n 22510' W
t "... II\\ '.. of 19 In Add 41.16 to Lot 1 of Lake.VIM
( or Temple J. A. BellJohn .
:Mr:\ and Mrs. Curl Brough- lOW. A. nun S IdO R/W of Hwy H on I W/D Wetley Donley II

ton and Mary FranclH. unJ Then 3 78-Lot* 12, 13 A W R/W 11339' to I. 4 A S of
Ft for a port 5497- ***
14 of Elk 27 InTtmnhm Bog 15 6 22 1 Pamllnn. Evans 11.15
Hun H 200 Ft 8 50W Hlk t);: A 1/20th' Int
u Miss Faye Dyal; spent Sundayat 4 R. Pyker 21.71 483 1A In OR' ': Cor
200 Kt N 60 Ft At6. ? In tract B in Bedford -
St. Augustine Beach. to I'OU Kx R/W 22 I 12S8SI1 Ralet.b Cus ',_ 1219Llnnt 3782--Ixit* 8 of WH!!, of NWU otBWI. tllaka Edward L. Ovtrton ....,
A 7 7
Frucl Lots A not 1 Harold W
tire: J. W. Starling and son. -- Com nt NW Hlk 85 In J. :31! arlffl..t, al 1179 5499-Lwl 5 of Blk D

and Mrs. W. K.' Starling antic'.lughler Cor of SW1*. of Johns! Add Annette I Tucker 2!.03 "1I8-N% of "'.. Of A /20th,/ Int In
HWU A Itun fl 210 1787-lx>tn 1. 1, It, 11 of HV\' '4 of HVV'K I 7 42, 10 Clifford B. Hlcgln I." Tract K J of Bedford
spent Wednesdaynnd : Ft. H ion Ft For: of ilk 4 .A I-A aster f6N7-W', of 8K '4 of C."k.D" Stald A Wlndham 14.11

Thursday with Mr. and a POB.: Iltm H 100 I>B 28 Pg 858A $E'1: &. $11':. "t s- 5501-l.*.t I Of Blk D
I Mrs. Clyde Odom of BranfotdL T"t. H 181 Ft, N 100 Ie KX K 80' In City Eta:' of HK't' 4 7 21 10 r>a. James B. A :XJZOth Int InTra

+ d W 200 Ft to POH 22 II 2327I '* Tyson et al 17.'74 Park HID t.i : C. 3. Powell. Est 121.0 abater 2381 >.t K In Bedford
r .,I II Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton n-ir at NKCor SSi>4 Com at NF1 489 -5 A 8<1 In SW Oaks Arthur T.

and Mary Frnncla spent of of N- Cnr ;of H114: of N- I (',r of III W"4 ufNKU Reavt. Mr. Eat. 14.10
n'i of Rt of 8W K': .. A. Run 8 100 Ft : 5 7 13 B J...... h Carter et al 21.28 6830-'Tract 10 C -Carl
Saturday at Salt Springs.Mr. A Hun H 100 For' H POU. Bun W 4708-5 A In SR! Cor Vollk 't>f SIT l' Jamet Z. Lee 124 It

and Mr. John Well. Ft W 175 Ft N"' 100 r. ion Kt, 'H GO Ft, n of HK: 4 or NWHKx C84I-C-om nt NB': Cor

and Mrs. Beanie Winkler otfFtarko K: 175 Ft 10 POB 22 I 12 Kin .'1. N 50 Ft to :, 1 A. In NK Cor of 1\1' V4 Run H 145'
t4 W. V. Hndrton 15.08 PUB Kx H/W .t.l John 0. oraha.. 17.11 Aliio 4 A 47!) Ft R For I'OH' Cont 4'TV
visited Mr. and Mra. 2711- I Lot In 8K':
3822-Com IS' W of NIB- A W by 175 Ft N W 440' NIl'.

I 7M \V K.: Starting Sunday. NH'i('0" of of "HWV K 't 11 of.. ('or WUj of NB'i of A 8 5 it* 1 Eaale: Or... F..,. 12.17 13 4101' to pOD' 11GdKll 22 Mary Lee Daniel 29.It
? It It.93 of II
I of HIS'i!: of N91'4Run 4740-i A Ir NR Cor -
Miss Sheila Starling spent t Ilia100' N A B
by or NW4, of NE'4 815' oif that part of
H 141% W 100'.
Monday( with her grandpar 6tT E & W 22 6 22 Milt Stets H 100' For Poll, W of 8\VI''a< T 7 21 1 V alma. Finch Bit 21.71 BW'4! of NWH W

ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Wens, r Home Inc. 11 1 I 110', 9 100', K' 110', 4744-B--Com at flW of !Luke A 13! of .
2719 D' A Ilwr S-Il-A. 11 *1 Clinton Barton 93 It
-- Sifr lit NH N IOU' to POH U. 11 Edward Grlfflieni 13.17 ('0. of IOta of HWH
of Sluike.Mil. of "I''i of IIW'. SI81-A: -Be. 15' W A i 11' ,. '.. .. of NK'4 N R6' ''' toPOB. + 5710-A-R !*"' et N-
etI I Ethel Pynl( of LnklWoith I A Of 8W14 Kx :2 I 40 A 119' N ..f' HB! Cur K to W n/W E''I... at NB' 11 Keyetaa But Corp 4S.I9

: and Air. and Mis. Bob hear. OH 94-284 2227JO 1 12I 1 Heater. A Lout. of Way of NB, of of Mt ltd3. :N on 1 1715-.MBH of 8W i
K a A nr S'i Urabam '.U 1011':', of NK ,i, N 78'. InV K/W 80'. W Ex V 111 Ft II 15719A 22 IS Dui .a ;Jlullltan n.
by Brought,!! of Galne/ivlJh of UK'4: of B'\"'. of W 100 Ft. S 18', M A Pnr to N Line of --Oom at tfWlor

visited Mr. IInd11's.. Carl SWli 22 21/ t C. A. Crisis S .5 100' to Beg 21 I 13 Aaron Bumnar 117 10'5) of SWVt of N- ...r S PO: (. 8. I.o-
27HM- JJ: .4. A of a 9 18 i F.' M 80' POH 7 11 '' H It '
JJroiighton: recently. --Corn at Pt 15' to 7 Vitnda Thelma Wall, 1111 for IOH R
i", A Trliingle. BetweenHiti . W A. I U' N of tin: 47.11--Com at NW Cor 1\481'. N 9 Do.* 11
In "'. of tlF]- Cor of wj{ of NRiiof : of K'>n. ot BWVi orNIC1. K: 161 I. W ta POI1Fx
.ft\iot 14 of SWfi' 'i 23 II n 1 Dora Bulllvnn 7.90 81': '. of NIB'i, .. A Him K 4110 : anrlp off Ely
1'1 tft :><>'urn' TO IFPE'HIs : : 2H88-Lot 6 of Blk 2 Run N "0' W mo', Ft sans Ft W 491 Pdry 44' for RA

< h "..urt llmufordo In llniilford light N 150'. W 220', 8 Ft N 135 Ft.o tlel 450' 8 of NW
< ..nt>, Fli.rltliii .. hanery" 8/l Kx 8 110' Jacqualln A. 188', R 134', 8 19' H POB J T 22 1 A ,ales R..tauraD10'.11 ('0' of NE\4 A

Cine No. 1,141'JShirley : Moore X 1'.86 SOU' to PUN Kx: OK 471(1! ( -Com nt NR Cor .HI*' K, N S .g
Ann H.-iiHley. Pluln- 2179-W 052.HV M/l. ." Ilk HI IV 817 AKx of SK"i: of 1'11'1" ntIOE' n R 0.7.. K 449' to

tirr vii Wlllliim Wheeler' Hc .- of 8\V'4. of MW'4 athat OH HS-6II7 II'! SI Leonard Qrlffl 111.81 Hun W 120 lathe. $711 I" on

1 I ltv feiiilpitt, lie. N of 8t. Rd 8096_ H/W of '.. Lake 75'. W 7145
230 I'i;. Par Lot* 1, 4 of Jill 't 10 N (
I'Olt 97a: Proptier
6 In Uaaklna Add fir' Rrt fnr POP, tn
Hd .Kx: Knemerit : .I'
: William U hfeler il'.stSV In OH Bk II
F.x Lot Cont W 700 Ft 8
In SW Cor
r5't 3H12V4! !lroo.I,,")'. Tntupu, Flollilii ':- I .(.n,10, :,. Par In of Lot 4 100' N A 8 404 Ft to N H/W Pg 147 II I 11 'Lor.' V. Perdu

arid;: of Co NRIr! et 87115710f"nm
Hr 115 HAW. 4 Frank P. Thomas 12 07Nannt Rd Along
You am. hornliy\ notlflml, Hint 27 I tt W. A. Beeient .1,. at 8R Coror
1918: -!-ola S A 8 otBlk Rd to POU 19 T U 12 Klliabeth. C.;: Fowler 10 01UIO.A
a null fur Klvorc IIIIH lieein !! riora at 9mCur ) :N'ti) < Run W
II In Plnehurat '
Com NWor :
-- at
thud against you In the above of HKi... N 178'. MID Orabat.2960PR.g -- 450' Nor POB. :N
( of BW'4 of NWH
numml Court and cuiim' and W 11172: For POB, ... 19.:24! Ittd, to N Lin fPIH
DaDd.r nf HWU Hun
vml. are required to nerve !. N HOI' Wly 280', US' W .: .f XH'4. W
to Cnr of
i '|'> of your answer or pleiidtnivri M itOO-. Ely :GO' to A 15' n ot BK Cor 53'. H! 11JO', JC 6V
Kly 1.78 A for PH
.the t'oinplnlnt. on the "I'lalnMff I'OH 17 < 13 Joseph Vallnakl! of NKH of NKU. W 50'. a 100' B' 60'. tn Kilt! 14 I 21 I IT Winitm E Wlleon II ItIn

Altr>rn v lien Let flreen, .t al 1781 N HO'Y 70', 8 HIT N 100' to POB II 7 22 if Id Slat Horn.. Inc. Ill 671_"i m at liE Cor
Htorke, Florida and tile the orIRinnl 2934-311 Wi"* of 8K>4 K: 70' to Beg i, Lo..1.I Bennett 711 4811-I Lot 148' 8<| J of N E4 Hun W
In the offl.e> of Ih.1..rIG of SRi4 of NHfeKx \ I42.11-1.( 9 of Blk in HW (' SW BUT" :s WItAli'
of the .. :, K 00' IS. 22 4 Percy Sullivan 5149 o.otr for ,'(I..1ii. N 115'.
ClH-iilt Court on or be- 3 of Unit 111 8ar.atuga of NW>4 1' 'U Ron/moil' Hall 1 41
fort. the 7th dnv or June, 1U85 2160-Blk A Kx 1 Lot Height B'I Piea! Ilamer LoU 15107 491(1(- NPJH of HKH Wlj .n N Lin lol'55'Sty '

..therwiae l the nlli Cimiplulnt. will be taken an 220 Ft K AV by lit I,. Iteplat Carl L. John 10 II Inc A All* that Port to Itjll' II 4 I 21 C. C. Regan 191

cunremi, by yuu. HP.7 Ft N H on 4182 -om at RWCor of "MVt of Itt)" of 5784-Lv 1 of Blk 1
This notice ptmll be publlVhtd. W aide, by 114.7 Ft of 8134 or SKH 8K'4 that He. W nt In. kayelone Kat. Keyaton EctateCorn.

once cash week t,>r fuur ci>nnGtitlve N & H on H Hl

weeks. In the Bradford In mantling' tell Virginia W. Smith 110.IDJunlu 140' for POB K: Or Bit II 1 22 2* Lewtar Kit. Eet. 11.11 &1n-I...t 7 of Blk
County Telegraph.I 411 8'. H on Wmlandt 4 In .Key.,one Eat Ealat
2951:; -SI, nt Tot 8 A. 4141-M looof, :NW-
'iinc J lisle llth day of :May., All tot of Bland. IU 3', W 103.89', Corp. 415
4 of MK'i: of I'E4
r5'J ions ; t lit 27 N 343.8 POU K anToM I of Bit 4
M. Smith to *
ding Which
(HF.A1.1 IT lI.e K of Co ...,..t.n. a..t: Keyataa Eetate:
ao'.g! Iota. in. it El 70' 21 I II Bishop M. Myrlck It Or Bd IS 7 22 n A P MortnaeCm. Corp. 4 II
UftJ.A-4"um: nt SW 114.74 .
Ux W 20(1( Lot 13, I5t7An.g 710 It
of the Ctrrult Court U. 14 of Blk C In Cur or HK'4 N 19 41"-I A In NR'4 ofHWS of VK ('101'' of NW.i .
Hy lieulah ;M Mouily. UrpulyClerk 1 Sampson White. B II
In Illandlnv'. M/I' F.x':' tu N R/W Kdw: ltd H of Bv 1* 7 It i* o NWV 8 (14-.
W 150'' of Lot 13 A W on N It/W 140 4U elKV. of 8WU", 19 1 21T 40 J.....* 5/. Kofer 19 41 W t 1318'l to Ely R/W
6117t ./:3i For POH N 150 GA' 4.50.AII.. SB
14 A Port of Blk C! at Or Ttld! N on B
K or Creek A W of K: SIlO 39, 8 on Wm- Cop of "W', of R/" "l ..'. na
cotMT .Jt IM.ITH: tot H'r Ditch; i" Virginia W. Smith. 17.21 land HI 150', W N 8E:'i. W 75' N 100'. .7IH' to Pop) A
I'I) 4 lSR HH..u1 H/W Kdw Rd 100' K 75'. 8 105' to Par B>... In OR Ilk
In, re U.1...l. of Koe VanpfyXollte of n I-lne Her 24 '
; W of St. 41(1( II-Heg at NE ( 0' -Com at NW Coy 4JVTB. fill
with Lin(
.Io".a""d. Of *\VH of HIUH of HWS or MKV: A '111-B-- B..c at MRCor "
: (Of l Filing Petition Poe Rd inn Bun Nly atone Hun W 4058 Ft fur Bun R 18X Ft for at NW i, of N-
Rd Final l>l-harge. or Kxerutrlm' 11111'\ R 70.8 Ft. W : J't.'" then 8 >0. Ft, W V 4. Sly' 110' vriwir
1S4 FtNly
1'n B
to Wly
To. All Whom It May Cin.eraNolUe 401.II Jo't. N 170 8 Ft.J R: 109 Ft, :N 100 Ft, to Kly R/w
la hereby" given that I I 32516 Ft. Ely I 405.1 Ft to POH 39 ( It T Mabl Battle It *7 W to POB :S!II 21 1 J..... Alelander of .Ca Pd.Wlr:: .
.t Along
uuriUd my float. ....".... a. 44 Ft. Ely at Interof .." 17.74 on Kly H'W to N
4309-A Beg
Rd of Curve NW"E.
Fa: ..-.utrlx of the .:-lale uf lluee> a Cu Or Rd with III uu- Tot In line of NW' of
941 Ft to 8t RIt.lnt'n .
\'anpfy, dereaetnl that I have fly ltd 14*.niFt Lin of NWU of Cor of Lot 4 9 4Dr > I NW..,.. Kly 11.. WL /

riled petition for final din to K* H/W }| I n Annette L Tucker: 161.50L. UK': *., .V 157'. W 15'. 8vvi4 or mv "4, _In 1n; It' 11 Jocepk A. Welch, 1719Revato
being 87 Ft u I* of
hurre and that t will apply ft ofIxit Sly. S57' HKIy 15' to K A W BlkU
., tAM E 44S I.21 139 Ft N 7.41t la K C E fnlt .
the Honorable. Theron A 1. nf Blk 11R POB 10 I II Walter Q Iamb by 6o" 31 22 Leroy Ayeoz 1 *. Eetate
j Yawn. County Judge uf Hrad- 4":-All Lot 0 R of Corp.. 41
ford Cfunty. Florida on Junllth *' 8 20 Ft A KxB : 4231-Com .at 8R: Cor Old' lid It 8/l of l I4I-LM lit Of Rlkli

l 19'i, Friday nt 9e: A.1.; win OrlK Townof 5- IIW. of NE'4, N4 Deg. 8W i, of wi, in 11IMtone' III K C E Unit t K."...".) Ketate
Htark 404
A. Caoova
W is 02' For )'OH.N .
\ for approval of the earn and ? Plat 21 7 21SOJJ ;;r I RUcaarJ. I>. Mar 1J.7* Corp I 41
for final dmcharve." aa Kiicurlx : list--Corn on R Bid. 44 Ue g W 17159'To 4 44!-Com at NW Cor Utr..m nt NW Cor
I of the estate. of Hoae Vaopf of Call dt. where It Hwv H/W, NKIy' : or lot 9 H D of of K".S of *KV4 or

> doer dMu Int. K Ride of Court on R/W. :27188', BIII BW'. ftf gv l.. AJ of VK '. Run HKIy
A .5' H 131.16' to 1411) Ft
1185 M. Run E 9S to POH.
) 10th run 8 5* Ft for .
Ft For M. POB Then Bew F.x: H/W 11 I 21 D. L. Thomas 111.11 OR taen. LMRIr ale Ft.I ,
a ti Carolyn Itedicrave'CAKOI.TX Th. B to RJ
i : KKIM1UAVGHxecutrlx Bun "U to't. 443-I..-ta I thru 10) 301 1. Sly 1 Along R.' I S 1..!. $wir 110 l Ft

lOt Hi" \Katate of Ho.) E lH't Ft, :N3 1o't. of Blk ( In ft: ,VHay. 1 91 Ft. Wlv. to ,,_ SWIy' 141 Ft 50
i I Vnnpfy. Uei-enaed W 10U Ft to POB 21 5 II A. Be...nt Jr. 114 41I .. N/t A. KH IJne. N lit Ft t* POV In UR Bk ISFm
1U4--Com on 8 Hide of Maa-nnlla tit. POB in 14 I It H Raymond. VT.HarrU .
THM.MAH: a I'lK.RCE |( 7 IIT
T. J. Alderman 1911
Attorney at LKW of Call 8t. Where It AdJ F.x' R/W D. L. Thomaa St.t 1 4974-Wt" Jr. If It
Int R Side of Court 4 of NWU\ _
111 I '
Ian In. BENWl4.f
203-5 :North Tempi Av.. U1>>-A- t Lot PdOH 9W4
Kt. A Hun.l n 11 IRalph) pMrall II II
I feturk, Flurldu.. Ft for a, POH Then lit 11 pg tit 12 I., 1.1.. Mitchell It n uL I A oN: : MM. Cnr !If NKS b.
5/13 4t I/a: 4311 Com at SKCor of VWt.
AW4 .t
M .HI Ft, ,K 10 Ft. NW" let Iir R A W by
of of
N SJ Ft. W 2* Ft NWVi H- 13.1 AdJ Rd 21 t II 1 )Deinlel l>, Lover II 19
K: 4 A. Hun X toil ieU3-- 11 I It n_.... Procter III
Plastic Notebook S3.20 at tbs Ft. to PVH || 12 S W. A. Beieent Jr. 11'." Ft for A I'OB Then 51*-I-A Hq Lie. W l H Lot i In tiRCor \

114. 1 Lot being- Run W 173 Ft NIt of Or Rd In NRCor et( 8S nf :NRir ..

TFI.EORAPR.WILLIAMS. that Port lying 8 of Ft K: 31107 Ft tl of NEa) of vwi\ er xvv
nil 11 In orl. 157 3 Ft NW' tit.. 7 22 1 Le-roy Rhode T." blnr l*. Ft :N A M
Town of titark Kx Par -3"J'OHJCJ&u: I II > Cap Chaadter t.41Bampion Tat 4 l I. )( by II > Ft 1a W
::12 5' End K A M Vernon lID 29 1 22 Emma Hayne Eet. 1474Ruila Tat
41H4-I $.1| A In 8WCor r.O'al: Johnnie L. Flower 4t ItETelyi
by 701. ,v..,. Thorn- or K.. of NW- 1017--tK'" of Lot 4)) la 444*- liP: Cor

peon A I>ec In Kx!: Parcel' Mt. Vernon "/D Fuqua III .4* u:::... ef NR>..
I In 11.191 J. L.. Aa/rew. 11.97 Koldot I] ( || Wblt 41.70Sontaern SOU Lot 4 A 13 ran n' ..'. W Se'.

,, UI't' :! A In a tract uu. -It.. at SK: ('0. M,D nf NS" .f Nil:- :Ae1A1EHer: ;.0.l.POPe 21 | 2| Jtkaaon T.91 1
JEWELRYREPAIRS nod N hv Lafaeette or 1-A H,|. tn BWCor H of MW >'' 1C* K4 19GOS1 T II I lemon Alexander. it.17 4'
'I I nt.V by Or- or KS. of NWV, \ 41' ..< .... nor:

anne Ht, 8 by TenlyA of 8KV.. N 110' t< nf NW'.mofhNW'. J9ar 'U I lisa> E. K. lilts 11William make. !. >E Car
H by J. a. Alva- w.023v7etAddttnm I'OH.V 210', N0' .f .6.s 14. B5..-.i ItI.
\-Com nt *WCor
; 21 a ** S Claude R. Prn." K OSI E HIT. 8 to' t. POB II I II tate. of NKW aJkU- ... .. lab W K-.
at NW Co.... Cora. I It '. .V 1Ia' K 74V for 54' to POB U' H Artnai H. 1A1.... 71N
ENGRAVING Cor of 'all A liny 4399-SKVi of :-''''. 'OB M, U.. K T9. -b' R efrr
lit,. Run N 211.SS I., T5'i Kt: Par N 15*'. W T$' 'TO > r..r <3>-.t B 1***.

SCHOOL JEWELRY Ft. W I12H! Ft forI'un Hold U < II 5 Berths Oreen I.t. 1*.7* I'OR SI 'IS Oraaferm 19 ItlhaM I A MV t. lak.'' w
llu a N 94 It 4391-NKi, of :NW14 Alnni-- ke 144', N
(099 Lot I A
4 of
DIAMONDSI. 74 Ft..Iy till 77, Sly .. of HKV KT: Par Hlk It In Hampton M 'II May fill 24W Id Beg |f ( 1} >re L Orlfn .A
Ely: Its Ft Hold Kx: It/W .A Kx: Mar,
till-Lot I A :NS of H. Oeff tl It
D. BRACELETS To POD 2t II W. J. Stnaitlll IttlJ par I..... 0111\. Ln .>f Hlk 1 lit*-U>t I of Indian

CHARMS ETC. 1291-Lot 4 nf Blk' I II Pg III 11 | 11 4 Bertha. Qrn Eat.. lO.n Vi rlabta Ad.l 14 7 21T RUhard D. May 1.I7 Itea In t. T A Ca* MID L. A. Wllllama *r. II 14
4111 Lot I of Elk /114-I Jo tm Ft
i : I 13(14( -Ix
Stark Fla. I In L T A Con $! /D Clyde Hankron 511 4334-- 1.01 1 of Elk ., Hlk Wricht Add 14fUJ It ))..lIt WUlUnv: 1234 TAX ''tPLL.$1X'TtoR.
*. 3321--It 1 of Blk U
I i la Lincoln Cltjr i Albecta Callas I II -Win 1;& Kb of 1104.&DFUkUu COILTT. FLA.
,1 la L Toll"Co* aVl i .....,. lfarm**> II10 I 1.7l a-tt

I i

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.YnTT.T.T'T two joss of Keystone Heights Miss Shirley Rlcard and fiance l- Na D.rrlalot AmBB> ., Tn. n......".. ...... .r T.._ :v.. Uorrlf. >. A..t .t Tuoo

spent Monday with Mrs. E. of Gainesville and Mr. .C !..<. a T. A. 0..... .... "'. ., I T R A. e...., ... ('._ of Ioo4 .' T A. 0__. ... v...

Lake M. Norton. Sr. and Mrs. W. C. Townsend Jr. STT- Comm at SW
Kingsley :'.. 0' :SW"" Nly 111W.1Co
Mir. and Mars. Tom Moore. and daughter of Jacksonville. Cor I, of BR of .f tlw'., alt IA Flit. Mr on rid 151.5.,
\g4 Run K: Alunv8ro '
Miss LInda Stouffhton. In IIW t'or a. R.: N 44O, WIT l\
Mt'!1.. E. M. NortbM and Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Norman. Line 615 Kt furlim o .
a.A ''n IIIW Fur '
Car IIVN'1 r-UU, Wly "" ;
Ginger Hasktns. all of Jr. and children were Sunday then N 410 ft Kt:. I-A In 111l..r N ITI'. fly\ '10'. a

Phone 833-2081 Jacksonville J were guests of I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 'I'I'I w K sio mo Ft.rt a to! 48 ron* Ft. uS 1 11 Morrla, E. Btorllac I _. II 1 II 1 1/1. 1.10.1". Rae: latl 17V In I'' 'B 11 I II Loa.t4 U Varna fIN
Mr. and I 1 a A of W4of 7140--Rut NIT
at C..rf
Mrs. Cecil Whitehead Edwards of Jacksonville. f1 -.Iry. uf MWH'
NIC ot 5w'... .. MN: of NW
uuAAUUAA..uAAAAACUCRCU and daughters last Sat- of liE( St 7 SI 10 Joarph H. Oren. : or V-<
.I Little Kelly Woodhatn. U NJoJ'4 It I U 1 Frene.a 'lI.n N 4HIT tu |t)O N
NEWS urday.: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of lid Son on W on 31.1.a --" ",. at .SW Cnrof If 4'. n "3' tt> W ,

Mr.%: and Mrs. 1 HMo. of lt. 1.1.. Lnt T Ii. H/W Or ltd a onHd t
Schedule: Sunday School. Gene Murphy Thomas E. Woodham. cele- In H. LA.a Ran Non R
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. and daughter of HeUbronn brated her fourth birthday InnI"WI*4 of 14)NRl) \ Kt. a Nits 100.N' .K.0 lUll 1.ln. "t. Ilwy 14V to l-on 17 I SI Jam.* :M4I..

11 a. m. Training Union 6:45p. : Springs: and Mr. and Mrs. A. Saturday with a small party. rt. Far tl7 Ft t. 'tI" N.Fl.155 t W iii mi-A-* Com at *..NCor .........). Jr. IS II

zn. Evening Worship, 8 p. R. Selbcrt of Jacksonville Her guests were Dale. Kim Tu lid. N SST Pt to 2110 "It" 11 I II Dsa.nS. of HWU' <..rION"
visited the full KB H'W S410U 7 11 1 1'1. l. Thomas 01 1 Doris. M. ...1 a Itun N In''u.
a NW'4
Norton family of Starke.
Midweek Prayer Service and Sony Tenly U.t
m. 4 of lilk 11 0' N\\ I r Pt.... N aui4.ll'" ..
Rev. Thursday: afternoon. and Janet. and Fill." A I lit aa lv.o '' II I .t 10 I\\: N. Utrey 11." W
7:30: p. m. Wednesday, Terry Mwr ot NW'sof \: Utl..sM" 807 sr. "".. .. r. 4' .fe _
B. T. Peavy pastor. "Come let MX.: and Mrs. Wilson Knight W. R. Townsend is spending In IH>.d Bk 1re Ntt: F. t,A In H ono.l: ",'V..t
lOG In Umbrae Loul. iir K.I II*,r ,. C.OH ..
of Montlcello IiN t'or' It I II > _.
worship together. were weekendll'UeSlta some time visiting his brother. 1 Rob.rt W..It. 115
us 1011fat 4 of BlkI N 11I11 Pt of. OU Mk So-IIT IT' I IS.f
Vacation Bible School registration of Mr. and Mrs John Sam. in Wllliaton. In Or.h..m Lout. I>"mp.*r NNy tll NK4 of .. '.1 I 13__ N" */ MW4a SI. atariing m

Fuilinay and children. I Scott lout' -\ll KW,, B ofIllvor tllC" 1C..1 A la"II NK: >* ii i is
will begin at 2 p. m Friends of Johnny tD Brula Tyson"' ."
a All Wiv of : t.'ur S1TV3M .
II I II In NM C.,. t. t. ,
Saturday. June 5. Classes will Miss Martha Starling and will be happy to know that NWS Jo1.of Itlvor 11 4 SI 100 "'. H. Rilwaril. Jr. 1. t In IIIV Naomi' TIIId..ta. 7.11 of W'. of NKU' of

be held June '7-15 from 7 to Cecil: McKinney of Jacksonville I he has been released from the mi-NWt K of .'or of N IIV (ifRIC ::

I to 4 SI 40 W. H., Jr. n 14. M :NN4 ot .sJDcH'c I II w"" .
9 p. m. nlslt'ly: except Satur- and :Mrs. D. 8. Thomas Gainesville Medical Center although T"-
1104- I day anj Sunday night Commencement and: daughter of Lawtey, were he has to be confinedfor tl'j' : Sky! NW S
exercises will beat Sunday guests of Mr. and Sirs I I some time yet. He la being ll"ondh.wnO100. fl'1P 11 I |} 14 Janus H. Eualv 7. NKy. ..;'s.\p.\i; n I U J 11:'.. 11rlftla' E.Q u. "Hua. N 1 KVr ;'. 1 .* -.. _.
.... .. JI" K 11* .
1JT7AU I lilkT :\- "
of 0' NWT
7:30: p. m. Wednesday. Jun Ccclll Whitehead and daugh- ,, taken care of by his grandmother In of 4 110, W 110' to
Iawt.y W. of I1I1t: n I II 11 .
1All parents and friends ters.E.. in Frrnandina Beach of Ur Fta..t Ml*;. Uulldrra II. A A1'4j 0' I1IIE'4 Edna. "m. W.I."t' 11,11 PSIN II I IS 1 Er...l WlUlapi" IIIIS

are Invited to come on this .. M. Norton. :Mike Macy.Bonjle for the time being 13'4- -Fyl of Lot I NWtI' IIW"ac. UU-NfI t of NWV, .
of nik liwtry. w tnt 2110' JC A W .., III""' ,. a n in' . I ? '.
last night to see! the hand: Peavy. and Maxie Our Sunday morning services of Hy. I** bolnoT by 517' N a at II I II I\to Hobart 1. T..ler I" of N W \\4 nf M. W W

'l'1'ft and: th" prosram: Norton spent last Saturday closed: out our week' re- Appro. too' hy |no'* Hiram \\', B 4. .-I Lot I" "JQ of MM V4 RB 1.A in

Mr. and Mrs W. It. Aimer helping! with the work at vival. We were blessed to have ll lWl4j of int.. I 01' tor N''y .. tllI:_ IU7 NICCW: Fur. Cnu II' IS Claratwa p. Una SI 41
.. .. .
-:11'.t HW
A 4 of Blk, S | V 0' NW'r .f "w., ) i of .. v '. < "
and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dixon Camp Yale near Euatla. Rev. Charles Williams preachto W ot Uylino nlAwtojr Mary ('.11. D. I. It O' 1'1' A W by toW 14 a PM" '* nf

Mr. and Mrs. W and to have Mr. and 32'N'aS II' II r aW tt "NB' I Hq. A
spent Saturday on the SantaFe E. Holloway us. I>*nntt 14 5NH 1111
withus -Ixit T of Blk -A- ".... 10' W 11"W cor K.. it/vv u i sj ,I a......... D. ._ 111
River near Port White were Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs Jimmy Crosby work .In |aaw'.y. \\' ..r .. RN' l'"? fOr tat Stao-w tsn. ri' of Nl' ,

where they fished and had a and Mrs. James Chitty of in music. Everyone enjoyed' Ky KB: KH! a Wnf '. ", :N too'. IC". 0' WI. ICe .. .

plrnlc. Lake Santa FeBweryone I a bosket lunch after Sunday till-Lot ll'o:'' : :'. Edward ..*. urea r II 100': IC \\VOII.ltI to; Ilk"n IS-INtau,.. In OI4 II| | 12 '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Warren morning services. nik It 1 II *.'.. lIorrol\ 111 1 tvorolhr a
% ,
will be to In
happy Lowtoy w VfRy I "... I" RIP 1_.'. Hall Ill
and Lynne of Jacksonville know\ that Mrs M. C. Dug I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton. lCa Wi, a Knt :\, .ur .t 1.1 II N SI-A-nr Si* *' Hof

Sr. went to Jacksonville teat Lnt T Blkl t JAudrey R M.... It, NW ,'..1' of NN.I. .
for IYIR
with and I 53
spent Saturday Mr. ,
ear mother of Mrs. Lloyd I l tUII- -I..,.. 1. .. I. 4 :: of MWV S M 107'.
Mrs. J. U Bradley and family !Macy.\ Is much Improved and 'Thursday to see Mr. Norton'smother Ulk. II In Low" try H 101 W "II, H 41 !>..., Ill' R: A-
100' ,
Those and aunt. Mrs. Trudy W of Sly Si Pull It. II 11'1 Stats' l lost HI R.I 13* .... ter .
vtsltlna111'. and Mrs. ale to take care of her home MTayn E. :w.*. 17.I. .
117- ...,. .. '. T a ,- /t. 11. H hUII..n' Corp 8$111 177' N IIIT'. +"'WI.|
F. O. Conner over the weekend again.Mr II Norton and Mrs. Minnie\ Norton I
<< were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard : and Mrs. W. C. Townsend off on the train for an ,., w of It,. Wayne E. "' ...." ...,. I3 "I" I. 11./* 1| I tt I.... lilt

!Home and three children. Sr. had as Sunday guests extended visit to Maine. tl:2.A.10n' nlIA.t .. .. 11 1 110 Ormond U. Hn.lf.y 11.11 tJM.H_ Cwtn al NM
I of Ink. It In -I.A Nq"' 1 la "'"'' ., NMI| t.f
and Mr. and Mrs. W E. Oliver In Lawt.y >v of ..\\' ('ur .r Lot U "W'( W N*" /', rt

all of Jacksonville Ry Krl: U Phillip III Wood I..." It I II t luroty. xtt. r... r.. 1111 nu' rear Pi HI. W
Mr. and W F" 1410474 of Hlk. 14 la a 10..'. a t.. N ...I... .

Mrs. Cooley .OTU'III 0. TIT' .IIMNnt I..,., W of Hy !rattle {..t.. : :) "tI".J-'"1 11 of Ml 144 "' .au. 50'.5.ft' ,.. 4 ..
attended the trwtdtnu: of a a 1411-.Nt loa of nik 55 \ II I II I 1.... ilo.k Cr.wt.N I..t .BW on Hit. to A PtM
friend In Orala last Saturday I 12! "ire I. .I..n that tll. ht d.. nt "un.. IUS tI..t 'In Iawtoy. W of Hr Matt!. Crtr -- tn' .., JllIi! of run, Niy roii u j t* Ch.rleaCummin, ,
n.nn ., stark.'YUnly. 0' I'.Un..I. III.'. .r ,..1........ sat 1441--lilac Lott KBK : '' M 74W'
Mr and Mrs.' Iran Starling ..1. rertlflr.t.a will ". ...101 Ih., : : 'l'i''w I << .*. ... 1114
0" tnllnwlnu 'tK'.lba" I.n" to : Ion Kt in Lawtry '4 It I II for r."II.1! I1 I-O 1 -<"\m ot NB..

Wayne and Wanda Starling .pa1".,...Ihn.. with IImo."t nil lu. top ,.... h.rooh. art ..".....It. the oam.. to. W of Uy ,' ?, Porla M. Dnann II 1t..I.. 1100. 1110/ 0.r of NKH of

and Captain and Mrs. C. routs ot .ueh salt. "n4 all .4..rtl.ln. 1471- A'S of 1et. t I*. 1....'" 1. t. In awls w Iq1

"a )........"on A..... ., T.... A la Uawtay Kart ...'. II 1 II U 0.0'.. Itrone Est 1574 111.I I Illi' ... ''' 'H.
B. Starling all of Jacksonville ., la.d. a T R 'O..r sad c.... tar ., Joyca B. Sp.ll 14 ..\_ I.... .t .W Wy| a Par V Un

were Sunday runvts of 14<4- Tat 1 n n of 'or fret In P..111. .....- 111' |" W 1.1.| ..
Mr. and 1OI\--AII Ntof \r." a..., I II In Town ..ta. HISS N 101'. WI* of W 44*' of
Mrs. Maxie
Carter. W'.t D..n"b Fs .wt.y. M ..f Hy. F W. J. Bo.rkr. 105.' II lea'. \IV NKU: lie N\V1o. Sir

Sr.Mr. m; 12 1 CS 17'y ".10'." ". n....... 11111 lion- roOt S In Ulk '. to a'OR IS I II Cl.r.."... Pot 151 Par. W .l.ina, in MI H .
and. Mrs. F. O. Conner 5. r..' C..m .t III': 1 11 In ""wlty R of ,...1. ao, I1. II II 1 U II leutl Ntron. 5+t. 51.54 a..*. MKr! t* .
r 0' NFts: of KyI Harry It It II.. It --...t: y or NIP4! a I'l. lI..t PUN.
attended a. family reunion In ew4 nun WI. a x 11\11" I4 IS I II Nly |0 lull 11 | |} "...
1x5174': I Hit- On* hut 100 rtK 11 a. IC:. ltroh0 141 10.
Milliard l last Sunday. to F. Rwnd : aWN,. 174 Ft -- .:" of .Wts e"...'lo.a. .I,. till
till 711 RFt I SSM-M N 11'<" _
Mr. and Mrs. E J. Hlckey Nan. In HW ('m'I NWV, .K. t4 of Mnu' ** .
"I. \ 12I4.3I' .f ':
of Palatka were Sunday dinner N .."... It. w.. ,f !?.! IT Kx II 117 .NN' ('or II I II I Andrrw .."........ IIn W 419' uf E4n'NIC: "H of of
Ft In Lowtay K ofIttO Ha al NW.f
1514' '
guests of :Mrs. I3m Kins sloe. N M ISO't114I'F r-. It, .A Jo. Qvntbr. 1 Nil:.., ot aw', PW'4 II t ? A.. Jlaa Cammlnr I HIT
rum WCor III 110' I.. vii a tii-r- Its n' N
and Mrs. Mary Shipman. roll at .
.S .0 all \fdC"nll.IST / /lwy 101. 1'110' ""' of K: Her _. o P. 1
of lx>t I IT a' ,Sr.... of
Martrll Johns and
Jswq 0' RW' Tsnk. U". r".. U.... Run N 14 n. K: JlU 0" W nIt\ 111'. W ll,,'' uf, .NkJ'I.. ol
Richard West of Jacksonvillewere toW 14\V. A I A ,wes )'. f.... a I-oil. .Ih.n ''''. 511'. to "W'4 11 i II

guests of Mr. and Mri. : Cur 0' MWt4 ot Kun N 144 rt K ISIS.. "_' I 1 II I Jot Or..... lire. .. 1111 I IUI.-of: UII' n' a ./ Clara Mao ailraTtorol4 11."
11 1I.'h.r. ..
011 a rt. M ii* ri w 100 NII1 I.S''
AW'r.. IV\\ or Nii',, .r
7 to ,
Mule Carter. Sr. last Satur eh.m'.1 Co. 71.11 'or of "W s ..f
IUI.inl ot rt to iini in law't.V W 44.'otNW'
1114. 1 ," MlIi
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day.Mrs. .In Ward City 7 II M.e. r. A. O.n III H of Ityllll ", VIA IIlIt. ... IQ to'. III\\for"1'ul/a. .p..N U ( II <<
CM1aw1.a 11.55.
T I i is 1
llama. 41 *
Mary Shipman and :UOI- ,...Ie I. I. I lit law ., 1"0'v of n*
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-Com at PH ('..r ., W4Y of
Mrs. Etna Rle visited their 15111 I I. Ward City 1 7 to r..4oJl. 1. Clark' 111 11 .., ISIS U" It .. Pi ""'. N It1'. \ NR<.i of
tt.r..ta b 1, 1. s. no to' to 1'111,, UK rf'NW |II. II" Jaob 011..1..
nephew. C. t, Itlckey. of Bel- .W rllk II I" Ward WOO. for n roll. /.tt7 I SllNBS s .. a It.t. ...
1 II Slf.d\ (
Stun N 174 mnon" Na N44Ft 5.s
"lily rt. .. .. ..
more last Friday Mr. Hlckey 1 7 10 JI. C. Aoutla. 1111 -- .--- --
.. ... .. W ItO
w 'It n. A 174 rt.M r 'n. -op. 11 rt Kt: II/W II f SS 11 '
115. ,....t. Is. II IIIk .- <'nm at NW l.... lo.iltuio TorHaa
had a. recent accident, but 18doll1ll' 10 rt tu roit 'in .
well. In Ward ('lip. 1 7 10 M.I.. .'0..... ".11 Tnwn of Lo.t.y, M .HM 4 ..t..HWU iS**--.ICIt MR U of *.tlai fou1nT SI I*

'''n.11-- lat. a a I..f of Hy. .. M *tn VI tu MK's: K:. SA ,. N' .
Mils Sylvia Norton. a student talk 4 0' "'a.llona"t" I ., Albert William! t .1U"10nl Inn H \\'11:1": a.l rur
I''t I at MW Coror l..n. std 14 ... I UI Krnoat Dll 111for
Nurse. at St. Vlnr nfi Au.uat C. 10.7 K tu IU".A .11. ... IMM
'I.NWr\ 0' NW" lilk a. a Hun. : ill. Cunr M alimv. of. It't; -riun';; ; :
; ; .
Hospital! spent the weekend JoJIt a A N of lty 17 f SO 71 a too rt fir1oH n l'a... 4IT rt W HI r W 4>n- rof PuN, t

et home with her family. Mr. ACb.nk.lAk.l.rn C.x111. 111115 rt N than IU"run, W"M 10/ r (. N til "'.. R 111 I1.oP. W ionlo / "*''
IiiN'4 .f a.of 1 t.. 1'011 I II I J.-ph. H. 0.......... full III 10''"' l-Aii; ). |01 II
and Mrs. E. M. Norton. Sr. t:1t to A W ot fly 11 7 50 rt n ITI rt to mU -- .!. of HI.' V' I...,.,, T. rt....' 1111
II Anuth.rn. on aUI ,In 5117'Ore 110 rt N
Mr. and Mr Orady D. Lowtoy !K. of W of Hr a All. v "
"Ollt HM .
DI lop and Mr. and Mm. Km- Ft4: 01 "1'a' " Co 1101 .uf Sly ......1. Roll.on rat: 14 I If : I, of MM '. of ., or .I. *ir "row slid utMWt .

aI'al RPi'.. 1/ I II UO Urdph 0.1.' .t at 10.11 JlIJ.C'"nm al aw \\' '' M 01..It? 1 U II Ira RI.latk. .' .1 11116NIIJ.4 Kun W 115VINI.. r r .
eat Harris vlidted Mra Rae ,
111p'4. of Nil" .t Cnr of Hlk II. K .f /105r fi n in Fa i*
Harris who 1s. patient in a Nil:'" Ke I A to Til'. N Ufo. For P. of .Ml 114 II 7. II S Loo T ".111...* IIW' '
II .
OH. K: 7s N ,lr. W :ur. II J4NMINnaC1/Nt. I..n
C5urrh '
Marrlenny ho pltal. lat Sunday .H.17'Am .t IIW" I II 1 11 n.... K "oU 71.10C' i*', n i It,' to pniiIIH '' Wllllo J. -NWW. of\K: of NW'i' Hi In auany., Ink,, _

afternoonMr ... ..w% 01 "w', 'a Luann. .. ol IIMr "I I II I I IS S L.. T. Mullivan It IT Arra
and Mrs Ray Miller Run N 1".11'. One. as- by i Ino 550Ft1/i rt N.. o......... ,at BW Cor 1//r' Lo" 7In I. e 'J Wllllo ............ 1'1'
P5,11. II: 10 N 1I0 lei:' or
And Randy visited Mr and ". W ,In :NW Cor ../ wu. of of I1tk I.
U. twesp. ':(4. of .'::04. K II''
lot 14) In lawl.y l. 10or Nun.r Arr.. !11 .U,." Manes ...
Mn C L. Itlrkey' and son of 01' fir
f/ I II 1m. Pu'l. '. 11.51 Ky. Vim/ N Ills- t'"". ., NN'op
Delmore Ut Saturday evenIng U--ft.. at Na- a t'ftr lilt -l.t IT In Low.l .. W. J. Chanalor 101Julluo ', K: I..', II 410- a-.. 1451 .lwv *V
01 aKr: .t NW" 14. IMry. of Mao. *1*' 'la lr of fill
K of
N fur II .111' IIa y llyIII ,"J M. Warr.a 17 |10" to 1+.H I I II lair Bll T.r.II HIT S (> of 4-OBIOV ...

Earn OUL on. Jr of Key- liar w lS1' .. r. *-Com on W IWryof cnia *i aw ('...' N Tl !I.. lOW ..> .'"

tone Heights had loneh Friday SIN 1 It So CII.r" Co 1.11 KlDc.l.r..H.I on 1'0'.: MWU of HI,, 114 "'. .K I* lVk >.
111- ran at NO' de5.M N Hid' of L l 14 a ... a nun N If torttl, N
with his aunt. Mrs Ernest 11,4, 0' NW'4 of Hun. w N rt tf 10Vl **' fop a',,". M 71 !.* W 114 "', MI

Harris. N1t41 Rat A. 510'rn4 NI rt to ndtho "0'. N 150'! w loo. I* !>* W *|ft *} 7|
1.11/1 N 111.. N ,* rt. la P. 100' to foil a !I'. M 1111', N I*
Mrs. Frank Johnson= and HI 1K'. H' IOP. 11 (n1 1 lai tawny JO:. of ... II'I N a N for h. B 154 II Tl HoK

I'". to I'On J 1 It I. II:. O.rr....... 5511IDIS Hy r.o' ;, Benjamin Finn I 117Jul ....... la ltd 11. II John K. M.H*. III : I I',' la Mtld |'IMI' .
.114 P't fI' A. 115.a 14* rt of 1--1':1': ,. III' of roll. N 14 il. *} IIM
SEITIC TANK AM It .t.IIT w of 1.0w. .. ,at Int.r'. of I1't, W |*iPf .JIII'Io
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DRAIN FIELD: ,, //SIN N: N RD 14..I:; I try f IT Tnwnnf !La. Barkor' I I lIN4lal ...,. Iff" a Cn" Ur, i S i>. M sir a. 4 r 1 ll

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1 I--1.A I. Nil C... or NW <.4of I J. .I. Maf Jotlth II I to*-' W .lo A M n i .r A lit...

Pump Out Service 1 Nil: .... Ir W UU-W 15 I of W14. / of /It.... Sly' of/i. 55.0KS W
.. nik. 1N of Urla "-.. I* I II ,. W1.N/o ,1./0
Fill Dirt and Top ItnUUFOHn a LI.. ...... billy I. | .*n 1144
5 l lawny. KB Xir .c- I.f it I w a n sof
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TANK COMPANY ITt _' .t NK" 01I of l4 wty K nf Myr "' +1y. lOa H low t'.. ". MM *.

'Phone ir.n-2.111! I "'a'. .. l/ I It .. M. I. T"._. 1151te iit in NW Cnrii7i Will L.. I It to A Pt 100'I W IU'." -.rwH ., (llk' laweoa 1011

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STARKEBUSINESS H -_.. NNy of $1114?- lot. I* 'in Town' 41 4.a .II III' lu 1"A lit KM >-..r .114".Itl.. !I.*. I/)II4

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of NWy .r "''te-
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Gilbert S. Brown .. NNrdd'g Na pt St. of 551Es rr 14. I 51r ItaaoVilak, 0405 I* q a--., c.. t. .7.11 I* 0 "AI"III'") **
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.I ,' .. I and Mrs. to be "restltchedi" I I brother stricken seriouslyill Graham, resident was held in showing them off properly we
,PAGi a report on the new sanctuary About 38 persona were pi'C' Commerce in itself. Accompanying Mr. gcncy room was I
KEYSTONE building program was given sent. Mrs. Marston Jordan lithe Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswel Regan and son Johnny were I He will remain with Piggy this past week. We know the chapel of Jones Funeral left this celebration and wentto
. ,_ ;. by the Joint committees. William class teacher. have purchased a new trailer: Mr. and Mrs. John Ross. and her family until his too. that Mrs. Van Netta's Home in Starke. On a close Salt Springs crabbing.
..,.*.. .>,. HIGHLIGHTS Few chairman of the The church Is being prs'! and:! have moved into the new Miss Debbie Copeland celebrated stitches are performing better health has not been up to par. schedule, we also made church: There the children were in

V *,, I Trustees, presided!, and Ray- sented a gift of 135 new Baptist Wheeler Mobile Home Courton her 10th birthday on Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter We wish a speedy recoveryfor services held in the Waldo heaven to say nothing of
mond Starns. acting chairman Hymnals by an anony- Hwy. 21. The Wheelers art May 22. had as guests over the. each member of this I High School Auditorium, that Jack and I. Anyway we finish
;& )* Continued from Page 131] of the Joint committees due to mous donor for which the hoping that other retiree I I Mrs. Olive Gurr of Jacksonville weekend Including Mr. and family. same morning. This was Wal this week with a sigh and
( I I .
the Illness of Frank Ilgen. fellowship Is very grateful.All couples will avail themselves a former teacher of Mel- Mrs. J, M. Lorimier and Mrs. We attended the runeral I I do Homecoming: to me and I. hope to give you more and
4''vK" The Immediate past-president I made the financial report. boys and girls of the< of their facilities in the neat rose High School, visited Carpenter's sister. Mrs. Helen : Sun/day:: of Mrs. Dollla Burn- I II did enjoy every minute of it. i I better news next week. Till

q'I *j' 'I J JV Mrs. Charles Wallenlus, made Considerable revising of the church, and those who haveno future. friends In Melrose. Walker, all of Jacksonville and : se
the pl'es ntatlon. original plans was necessasrydue affiliation with any church, Mrs. Clara Matthews of: Mrs. Sallle Wynn is visiting the Cal penter's little grandson I I

I ..f.t A workshop-executive meetIng to the greater costs than in the community will meet Keystone Club. Estates. is home her son-in-law and daughter Greg Reddish of Starke i

'- will be held early In September the amount approved by the at 10 a. m., Saturday June 5, fiom Doctors' Hospital In Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sapp. Let me use this ,;..$ n with circles resuming congregation at a stated meet- at the church for the Vaca- Starke, after being there for Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswel means for a word of caution: '
le their monthly home meetings Ing. The findings of this tion Bible School Parade 11 days. She says she Is feel- have purchased a trailer and You know we neighbors must

the third Monday in each meeting will be reviewed! by Each child will bring a sand Ing a lot better, but still weak. moved Into Wheeler's Mobile) stick together-well, Mrs. Pat

tlMSBrPbtfJW month. Helen Egan Report- the boards and committees wich, and the Church will The cards and flowers really Home Court. I Norsworthy called ms one day
and another congregational! nish drinks. fur-I helped keep up her morale Mrs. A. J. Wlthf'rspoon'spent. this week to( tell me she had
011, er.AARP CHAPTER NEWS meeting will be called! for final LADIES' GOLFING and she Is so grateful to all a few days with friends! seen an enormous rattlesnake I

'nfI"ti Members of the Keystone decision.-Mrs. Helen Egan, On Thursday May 20, at I of the good folks of Keystonewho In Inverness and Tampa. corning across the road towardour
etidtlTbe;; Heights' Community Chapter Reporter. the Keystone Golf & Country remembered her. I Mrs. Cecil Harris[ of Palatka yard. When and if you

'1. of A/U7P/ visited the Better CARD OF THANKS Club. the third round of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd II spent Thursday with her parents I should see such as this do the

''PI! Citizens Club Flower Show A heartfelt thanks to all the Chrlstoffers Tournament, are expecting a visit from Mr. and Mrs. R. M., kindness of Informing your

Magrd by students at the who extended comforting which began April 29, was their son, Arthur, soon. He If : Cason. friends so they can caution
,ltnH Florida State Prison last sympathy and 'help In our recent played. Playing in the Finalson employed by the Motorola Co., Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Martinof the children to be aware of
T'e NT1 weekend. On Friday one sorrow. For the beautiful May 27 will be Mrs. Alex in Atlanta. His recent bride Montgomery, Ala. and Mr. such danger. Another thing on
dg'! group of members attendingwere service, floral offerings and Brokaa and Mrs. Arthur will remain in Hampton Va. and Mrs. George Dikes of Do- the prowl out here Is a very 1 +

tJjre tei Mrs. Axel Malmgren other kindnesses we are deeply Ketch. In the Consolation until her term of school Is than, Ala. spent several days large, strange acting bobcat

Mrs. James Puckett, and grateful. The family of Group will be Mrs. E. T. Mar- over and then join him. with Mrs. Martin's brother-in- I Our children and the Giiffln
friends Another party of five Lvle H. Buck.REGISTER tin and Mrs. A. R. Mangels.Mrs. Col. and Mrs. David Nelson, law and sister, Mr. and Mrs., children were bike riding
'II was composed of Mrs. F. P. NOW FOR Bert r tOena] Christ- Mrs. William Walz, and Mrs., Ray Blrt. Monday night, when they
Euan. Mrs. Catherine Hopkins, READING PROGRAM offers of Tallahassee formerly I A. C. Holt attended the three- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buel have came face to face with this

i itf Mrs. Emily Ison. Mrs. Nettle Boys and girls from Grades of Keystone Heights whois day conference of United: purchased a lake cottage at) creature) You talk: about scattering -

Smith, and Mrs. Ethel Wey- 1 through 8 may register now sponsor of the tournament., Church Women at St. Petersburg White Sands Beach In John- but those kids did

man. at the Keystone Heights 1.1I will be a guest at the June 3 May 18-22. son.Mr. scat! The game warden has I I tJ-
.m Chapter members are anticipating bary for the Summer Reading luncheon meeting, to presentthe Dr. and Mrs. Harlow M. and Mrs. Roy Samsonare I I been informed and we are in- I IkvTzri
an Interesting anniversary I Program. which will begin on trophies.The Fuller of Park-of-the-Palms back from their rtlp to the interested In knowing this cat I r-4 T I
yt t Island after a is done with, for his actions I L
: to Virgin spending -
rtl I were surprised and pleased! way ee
luncheon and program Tuesday, June 8. Reading Is a Thursday, May 20 :
*t.' Charles learn that their daughter, week with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison signify rabies. He has ) f 1 -
meeting./ Mrs. wonderful summer pastime. Nine-hole Tournament was L .
Newman. local artist will present What other hobby uses such played! with the following results Betty-Mrs. Harry H. Meiners Murphy and son, Robert.Mr. been seen from one end of ,, .' -.- '
1iJ.!. of Las Cruces, N. M. was and Mrs. Ralph George this road to the other We! are '
a word picture Keystone little energy In hot weather? : Least Putts winner was
and Tommie Ruth, missing! our pet duck ".!\IIaxine" h :
> chosen Mother-of-the-Year on daughter t
( Heights as she depleted So come on. kids, and see the Mrs. Janice Botts with 13. : )
rji.h it in the fine mural at the fine selection of books for all Second place, with 14 putts, Mother's Day, May 9, for the and Judith Wagner were din and believe this may i tD "
1* Solano Square Center In Las ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. have been her fate so bewarein
new municipal building. The ages at our library! was a tie between Mrs. E. F. : '
14Jf program will feature a musical FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Aiken and Mrs. Stan LaCoste. Cruces. She Is the wife of Hugh Sapp on Saturday these! woods. I L .

..t selection arranged; by the Sheriff :And Mrs. JenningsMurrhee NEW ARRIVALSMr. Rev. Harry H. Meiners, stated. B. H. Copeland. Forest Mrs. Jewel Rose and her __
te.' clerk of the Reformed Presby- Ranger of the Melrose area, cousin have been staying at ,
chairman, Mrs. Malmgren, assisted entertained membersof -
Charles Clai- ,
and Mrs. 4
ci5i1| by Mrs. Puckett. and the Junior Sunday School borne Wllhelm are the proud terian Church, Evangelical is in Polk County helping with Mrs. Rose's cottage a lot late. 1 > I II
Synod and they have five talented muck fires. ly. Mrs. Rose has brought her
Ralph Copeland. Special Dcpt. and their friends at an parents of their first born a
tlM, guests have been Invited in outdoor party on Friday May son who arrived at the Ala- children. Mrs. Meiners is Mrs. Bob Buel and sons, cousin this close to stay for : .. N-7
'<*$* honor of the anniversary! of 14. The boys and girls met at chua General Hospital In librarian in the Las Cruces and Mrs. Dock Tison and out-patient service at the
I TU the founding of the local the Church at 5 p. m. and Gainesville Saturday May High School and takes part in daughters spent the day at Medical Center In Gainesville >?
Iti&.,: on community and church activities Oimond and Daytona Beaches. The lake home of Mrs. Ila 14 "
chapter In May 1964 with sev- were transported to the Mur- 15. He has been named! Charles I I ,7"
a bet en interested! persons. In May rhee ranch home on Highway Claiborne Wllhelm. Jr. His In addition to her house- Randy, Mark and Becky Prld en has certainly been : _
r>r Mrs.I I hold duties. Buel returned with them after busy lately.] The annual picnic
1965 the 100th( member 21 where they enjoyed a hay- mother Is the former Carolyn I I,
Dannie D. Maples Joined the ride, as well as pony rides, Henderson, and his maternal Miss Anne Bell left Monday I spending the weekend wltii'..,, of St. Michael's Episcopal Add rooms to your horn. It'll cost you pmanutt.
chapter. Helen Egan. Re- tractor rides and Jeep rides. grandparents are Mr. and morning for Franklin, N. C., I Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Flint and Mission Church of Gainesvillewas

porter. They cooked hot-dogs out of Mrs. J. D. Henderson of Key- where she will visit her par- II family at Ormond Beach. held here and was attended Take an ordinary back yard. Add a little light-and you've got a brand-new,

ASTERS: !STAR! NEWS I doors which they enjoyed a- atone The other grandparentsare ents, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Bell Scout Troop 109 109 by over 200 persons. To fcreeze-Hwept living area for the evening hours. For family cookouta. For
Chapter' 279 0E3 will sponsor long with other refreshments. for a week. Melrose Scout Troop; follow this up. Mrs. Pridgen'ssoninlaw
Dr. Mrs. John A.
and entertaining. Now stick in a few electric mushroom-type reflector
held their Court of Honor on and daughter. enjoyable
a Fish Fry or Turtle Supper Chaperones were Mrs. L. Wilhelm also of Keystone.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed White-
on Saturday, May 29. Peeler. Mrs. Nick Chab H'I and Mrs. Joel Brault of head and son of Gainesville Thursday, May 20. at the Par- Morton and Anne Teller, entertained in your flower 'tls-and you've got yourself an after-dark wonderland. And

from 5:30: till 7 p. m. Price of Funderburk and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville are happy over formerly of Melrose. were ish House of the Episcopal the Physics Department think of the convenience of an automatic on-at-dusk, ofT-at-dawn electric

tickets, $1 per person. Dessert Marston Jordan. About SO the arrival of their first son visiting/ Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. Church. Neighborhood Commissioner from the Unlv"rslty of postlight that glows a welcome to friend (a good safety factor, too).
extra. youngsters enjoyed the even- born Sunday May 16 at the Schaeffer and family on Phil Parsons presented Florida Morton Is connected .

The next regular meetingwill Ing.The Alachua General Hospital. He Saturday evening. the Charter and awardsto with this department through Anyone can afford electric outdoor lighting. Worth much more than it coats l's
be held at 8 m. June 1 Golden Circle Sunday Shame on Don Morgan and Scouts Woodrow Bryan, his work.
p. has been named Bruce Allen decorative beauty, safety and prulflc. CJII. See;: the fine selection. "tU'/ favorite tiectrkat
when Grand Officers will be School Class enjoyed a cover- Brault. The Braults also havea Myron Prevatt for not reading Billy Schoeneman. Lloyd We are very /sorry w h-ar
I contractor lighting ttore.
I honored.COMMUNITY: el dish supper In the educational small daughter Mrs. Brauli The Telegraph thoroughly last Baldwin and Eddie Rothhammer. -' that Albert Van Netta's or

CHURCH building on Friday Is the former DIanne Pisano week! Had It not been for Scoutmaster' Bill Erkln-
A congregation meeting of night/ May 21. After the supper Paternal grandparents are Mr. your alert correspondent, they son held' Investiture of Ten-
the Community Church wa J games and contests were and Mrs. L. R. Brault of Key- might never have known they derfoot rank on Charles Plastic Notebooks' $%.20 at the
held Sunday night. May 24. enjoyed. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. stone Heights. were eligible for free theatre Ormsby and Brent Baldwin. Telegraph.
Following the worship service Bowen were Invited guests. PERSONALSMr. tickets to the Florida In Two skits were presented by
,the troop. A discussion wa-
Starke I IGlad
and Mrs. Fred Allen attended ,- held about the drive for the .
TilE IUCSHT POINT far' the
to hear that Frank
GLASS That's Our Business"If the funeral. of Mrs. R. linen who was rushed to the Baden-Powell Camp, located way you write. Com In anti
I I A. Thomna at the Baptist near Melrone. .
wlirt ynur favorite EMTIR.BROOK : :
It's Glass We Have II." Church In Staike. on Sun Bradford County Hospital by Refreshments were served by fountain : .
hf ambulance on Saturday night -
CALL WRITE or VISIT day.Mr.. and Mrs. Arthur Ketch was able to be back at workon the Auxiliary women of the C1RAPII. Tt.Lf-1 I FLORIDA POWEB t LIGHT COMPANY HELPS BUILD FLORIDAonly
r Episcopal/ Church and Mrs.
FOR Monday morning At this
and children' have moved from! Schoeneman, Mrs. Erlckson,
the Lew Mulr home on Pjacr: writing, he was planning to and Mrs. Hook.

GLASS CO. I St. to what old-timers call the see the doctor for further diagnosis The Charter will be presented -
Walrath home on Lakevlew and we hope It Is not
to the Institutional representative -
l_ I
(NOT INC.) too .serious.
Drive between Al Watson'sand on Sunday, May
Lbil '/1 1&& "Formerly Joe Peters GlaM Co." G. E. Wiggins' homes. If you wondered what in I 33, In church. There was a
the world Fred Dodd was up
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Powell
fivj We Design Modern Store Fronts excavating good turnout of mothers at
'I and Mr and. Mrs. Robert to when he stalled the meeting.
T Tj Just Mail Us A Pattern For
In his front yard shouldsee
/ Powell and daughter. and Mr. you
b'! Table Tops and Mrs Ernest Mellon, all the final result! He has a

1313 N.W. 4lh PI. fialnesvllle, Fla. Phone FR2-4353: of Mt. Holly, N. J., were overnight awliimlnff! pool that would
/ guests of the Kyle Mc- make a Beverly Hills movie INDIAN BEACH
Murtry family last Tuesday star drool. It Is really beautiful -

night/ while en route to Hollywood and no big! 40 feet by 20
Fh. for a vacation. feet is a lot of water' and it I Continued from Page 131 J

t Mrs. Harold Powell and Mrs. goes from 3 ft. In depth to 8
Cut Those Celebration In Waldo on Sun.
ft. Midge, his wife, will be
Mellon are sisters of Mrs. Mc- day. They enjoyed It Immensely
___ Murtry, while Robert PowellIs starting swimming classes on for It was once home to
\ Repair Bills MI'S. McMurtry's nephew. June 7, for anyone 4 years of Mrs. Simon. She will be remembered -
The visitors expect to return age or older. She will teach as Virgins Mc-
't withNatural to Keystone! In about two twice a week on Monday and Michen.

I weeks, when en route to their Thursday, and she especially Mrs. Wilbur NVal told me

home in New Jersey.Congratulations wants those shy individualswho the phone that she plan
; GasFor I don't like to learn something -
to Jack to be In Chllllcothe. KansaS
I / "before God and every-
Haberstroh who received a next week this time. She will
I body." There Is a nice block
i transistor radio given away byI go directly! to Kansas City
wall around It. so It will be
St. Edward's Altar Society In where she will be met and will I
"!"Ilrt! frt'.. "trouble free" heating cooking I private. Why not give her ad
Starke last Saturday evening/ go then to Chllllcothe where
and water heating) there's nothing like Natural! Mr and Mrs. William Davies In this Issue a look and then she plans to visit her 92: year I
call her at 473-4206?
CaM! and it's economical too. It's instant UV of Monesspn. Pa. were old father. Lewis C. Weaver I
guests of Mr and Mrs. James Mrs. James Puckett, Mrs., and her sister and family. Mr -
safe it's clean and supply is always there.
your Riymond: Mann, and Mrs. I
Beeler last
and son four dave and Mis. Eugene Sa le
GET OUR OUR FUKK.: SURVEY AND ESTIMATE I week. The Davlcs and Beelera Fred Ellis were among those If you neighbors have heard' I
had been neighbors In Mon- attending the Flower Show at any strange noises lately' our _
to the Beelers the State Prison! on Friday,, Herbert
STARKE NATURAL GAS f'8 en prior new neighbor. Mrs
moving to Keystone. From May: 21. Miles reports that It Just may all L
CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351 I Keystone the Davies went onto have been Mr Miles.: Randy. ,
I Hollywood: where Mr. D.i- Lisa and Mr and Mrs. Miles 'l _

I vies was to attend a Prudential Melrose had been swlmmlnK. ,,'hf'nMrs.
I Insurance Conference' In Miles went out of the

il ilv ,,. Hollywood. lake and went to the house I

Serving Florida Borne perennlel visitors are {Continued from Page 131 She heard yelling\ and when Mount Sport r* r i'<* ? toJ
It occupying\ three rottags' at she returned to see who had I in lip atuilnhlf for mm f. if
Since 1950
,I II White Feather Court. They family Mr. and Mrs. Carl drowned:! she found that Mr!\ (isQparuiiabLsiaC'orai uit.ia)

II I C/loriJa treeil.ig 8e"ce. ff are the Slkes family from He'!ring, and Mr. and Mrs., Mile<< had been wading and
It I ncMrs. Jacksonville\ In one cottage. Jack Miller and family of had gotten an eight' pound

t 1j ...,.,........".,................ are Mrs. John Slkes' and her Melrose: Mr. and Mrs. James bass! His reel wan. slipping, Corvair
,, daughtl'r.f1'1I.! Pat Slkes'' Sparkman and family of Key- and he finally had to drag

\ \ I.ucile,! Cordially Bodway. and two Bodway stone Height; Mr. and Mrs the bass ashore. Somehow '
(iochvinRepresentative children.' In another are her Robert Jones and daughter of they an all liking the lake 'Only one tnsJe In America *It h It* f ngine In tire! war and Its trunk In front\
daughter.' Jackie Slkes' Lock- Jacksonville: T. C. Roundtrse more and more.
handle! fIi1f\ .'
I Welcomes steering to
\ ridge and husband Bert and of Gainesville! ; Irma Ttson\! Mr and Mrs. Roy fowling Only one made in Amerka that doesn't need power

1013 ICall: St. I You and Your two children' while In still and Randy Buel Carolynn Ti- and children of Palatka visited *Only one made in America that offers a 6 *ith as much as 180 hp...In Cons model* s -____ :

Starke Family to Your another are her. son Bobby son and Paul Pendleton of with the Roy Griffin family [ made in America that feels as completely home at a sports cat rally as it does it church pfcukj .
Only one --
Slkes and his wife and two Melrose.! over the weekend They came -
Ph. 9(51-5321( 1 New Home children. On Sunday. another !Mrs. Ellen Dolan of East for the two Roys to fb>h, but Only one made in America that's pro snow and anti antifreeze (it has no radiator) .

daughter. Jeanne! Sikes Bennett Palatka Is spending the "'E'ekat something must have happened the V.SA. this summer in a buy like this- your Chevrolet dealer noir.N ;
The State of FloridaIt and her husband! Jimmy the home of Mr. and Mrs for they got only one b*u. Only one ''R\ay you can see

and Jimmy Jr.. and Paf I B. H. Copeland.Ira Roy daughter. Miss Malda
Is Our I Desire To Make You .Keel Welcome and husband. Rodney Bodway, hatch Sr. of Fort My- Griffin of Gainesville visited SEE TILE U.S..\. .1:1.: ...)' ,I TIlE :\O.IW.\\1 :

To Acquaint You With Your City.If came to spend the day. Th ers spent Thursday night with with Roy. Betty and the children '
Slices' family have! been comingto his mother-tn-law Mrs. Nell on TUesday ;-ann: CORYAIR
Keystone. Heights' to vaca- Roundtree.Mrs. At this writing. Z. O. Lynn Red Hot and Rolling! See your= Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CHEYELLE
you are new in the area; a phone] tion for eight Mrs of
over years. Curtis Laseau Is still at the home of his

: call will bring you a prompt( visit'' Slkes has at other times, had Arlington is spending the week daughter Peggy Rain and I 09 am
I her other! l"hlldrf'n1th her with Mr and Mrs. JamesJ i I family In Gainesville I have :
I. from your local hostess. Please J give Mrs. Minna Bikes Reid and Boyle. Just talked with her. and she
three children' and John E. I Mr. and Mrs. V A. Freeman' says her Dad 1 Is doing all WALT HULICK CHEVROLET InC.
her a call! She has maps and many Slkes Jr and family as well as I of Mount Dora.. spent the right.! He had his stitchessome
Mrs Gloria Slkes MaIm! who weekend with Mr. and Mrs. taken out Monday ,
free and wonderful gifts for
you now lives In Balboa Helahts.' R D. LongneckerMrs. morning but br afternoon. It

I' from local businesses. Canal Zone and her children.This John Rt'lIlIn'On trip was discovered\ they may hare (FORMERLY GATEWAY CHEVROLET, INC.)

: ,; % family l.s a !sort of Keystone to Nassau At..a Centennial. been taken out too !soan. so U. S. :301 (NORTH) STKF. FLA. PHONE 9fil-3. < 0) ,
I I' -- Hflfihta ChtinUx-r of Cvlohratlou: at Waolworth' back they went to the< ejner-


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