Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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June 3, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Opening Gun Fired In City Politics

I Rosser Asks Lawson 'Out' Of Safety Post f ti y9lvnv. Y ir, h e

Police Chief Bill Rosier "It Is not my wish to ems should bj In charge of the place. chief upon ltt>>uH>r's l'e"llIlh'- the .auditor ulll have. to ,-PrUfvthnt

i. rocked the opening mInute. of btira&j any council member, committee: which handlea police Starke voters,! on September ties K-W.-M-I" did not 1"0111.11 but thr nmc-hlne In needed bi'l ,"
an otherwise dull and routine the council. or the City of affairs." T will chiHMe: H mayor city rumors hive been .attire I tluit l late it ran, be- purchased from

city council meeting Tuesdayby Btarlte. but In the best Interest Later In the meeting Lawson clerk' police!( chief and tw-J Lawson might bt n cMUdulnte' the sewer bond !issue! money
asking Councilman EwellLawvon of the Police Departmentand told Roiwer. I haven'tmade council aiembers. Lnwaou and lot( the chief's lob No council! mi-mlx-i had any

to resign as Safety to avoid any future conflict up my mind yet but MEa\. Johns Ale. the council In the nifiiuthiuv, Rogue,, comini'iit when Elwnrd. ..111<

Committee chairman. 1 would like Mr.\ Lawsonto statements such a... you made members whose terms expire luiyn, t as .'a position as. his two IrtliM's of April. :J4 mvl.

Carl Hurst, council chairman resign aa chairman of our tonight will no a loin way toward After the meeting Tuesday.Ii chiilrniiin. of the Safety Committee M.iy. :2tl! here not rx-on. HIMUCI'rd ( -

cut short debate on the Safety Committee." Rosaer helping me decide I Ito \w on .mild "I hnven't an- hu.i. put a crimp In Iii
matter saying he would take told the board. run for chief" nounrect for the job yet: It's r|eratlon uf the Police l>'- Kdwrtiils: H.HO! brought up aHiiln -

t up the matter with both Roeaer "It Is not up to me to resign In firing the opening political too early to tell but It look. paitint'lit Mnce nioxt uf his. le.qtiestH \ lilt pniptMxl for an. In-

and Lawson. The chairman -I was appointed by the salvo of the coming &ptt'mbi'r aa If he Ro.-uierl( I U. trying to to the city council are \ri\Ioiy of city protMMtv, and

stopped: :! a second possible chairman of the council. I'd city electioiu.. Rosisercharged force my hurul.. He said the referred to that, ciuiunittfo. 11 uml said, the matter has"

exchange between the two liter like to know why this request: that he has not been matter of his being chief of la other ",.tlOII. the council: been referred to a poniniltter

vwt the meeting. Lawson precIpitated U. made. Lawson answered to a Surly Committee' Meeting police!!' first came liP" few l.l.Htriii-il to City Clerk. MPIitll -- fur utility. I I

the second exchange but "For political reasons" the << since Lawson WAS made months ago when It was rumored EdwArd complaint' that The" clink alai) leported thai w-

was apparently so surprised by chief replied. Questioned further chairman last October Ha that Rower would .lake a City Auditor M. U W lI1lu'k he has rrcrlved no reply from

the sudden request at the by Councilman: Ruby said the committee wea supposed Job with the state: the chief of Jacksonville,, has not replied, the Bradford County Development

e meetings opening that the John. Rosser added "It's to meet to dlxcuM" police wan a supporter of Oov. Hay- .to either of two Inhere regarding Aulhnttty coiu'rtnlniipuxTodv .....
-. could only sic. "Why known all over town that he salary Increases but that don Burns. the purchase an accounting ( ,,",'tout $200 from the. IltJI4Met ..
Lawson Rower charged that Lawson I Lawson I Is campaigning for upon checking later. he' found Lawson at Hint tine was. tnitchlne, for the salt of two acre i of the city ..., .

II U. planning to run for hU >obIng my job. and I don't think he that no meeting had taken tabbed to be appointed police t-leik's. office Rdwurdii Mid ''Continued on Pane 81x1 I .1


3,350 Every Copies Week BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Copy Single;10 'Cents

Official County Publication E.tabllht* /jn' 1979


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Casey "Encouraged"School ; Motorcycle The Last Word

I Board To Examine Wreck Kills I

I Woman : EverybodyGets

Vocational School ]Plans Young

Mm. OloiU. Crosby ltrou,.

.'11"1\11. 3.1: formerly of Bluike.was .
1 fatally> Injured In a tno- '
\ Plans for an vocational-technical training center : ..-"utomublht collision $9,000

1\; to be located in Bradford County, will be presented Authority near Jaekaunvtlle 11.,1'1"I.t i

1 to the School Board at its! meeting Tuesday! Su- Hutuiuiiy.. ivlHht I

i erintendent of Public Instruction T. L Casey, Jr. It..U reiwted I hat Mrs I ,

said yesterday. .. To Donate Look What/ The Other Bruujtm-au. was rUlltiM, tliemotorcycle I Salaries of $!I.IIIIII iiiituially for Itrudfonl, (C:...unty'" rnrelv ,a nuantuletxt $0.0011.<
returned from a trip : with her hunUiindNeitl
Casey did not know whether or not
liuwevor Other ufnc** -
\ "liiir lx", courthotinit, oflU-Ul were t rovidtMl. In it KI>Ut <
to Tallahassee. Tuesday .n- it would during the "'*1mlnut. UrouMcuu. when the *cclitcnt .and
pan fee
I II rul act llxlnif settles. for all }Klnrlda. \. ,>1i"'ti. .,d of- tin the ayntem.
UratlfuixlC'ounty'a / Hhe dead 'pny
couraged' over' lush of the final weekof E 0 C Site Hens Are Doing occuiTKl.: was \ .. \\II not rmelve. the maximum
U'iaU the Itrudforil, 11.1(1.latl\'I'l ." iitliiii
Chances for obtain the _Ion. I on arrival, .1. JiirknnnvlllaiMMtpUnl. ( iTonnly ( un- iinlvo their. office. *"rn It In

tug; an area vocatJoI-t hnt. In diacuMing the proposal 1 Mr Hiuel ..all.' Rout. I. Mtarfce."' tea a Uhlte. nnd Mr. Hi-ounsrau. bIn nouncrdtinder \ YI'Htt'I',11I I' [r..<.*.
cal l center, out of the $$,000.- to Inrorporata the nw voca- a critical itJliUm at Uil thin. hill, I th* fount. v I 'r.'u.' for nil bill the Mii| Th. Bradford County Reek. .ke*> that U ">llMll'4y' .i.ii Uytag d_. on the hdnMnl,, who wits. .Iron.I. ,
Tan Collertor,
000 fund appropriated for auch tlonal..technical center In the De-\\ time. Judge,, tlh. ,,,... the << Judgewdt"ru
nb f l. .....** .. Above ...... ehewohew' pry
arhool by the 163\ LegmUtura. high whool program. Cay vetopmant Authority ) yt"g egg Mr... BrtxiNMeail" was butt I Tent. ,AHHvHNiir. ( ""nly C.'leik.ami Irrelvlna9,15x\ ( ) under a array ', nivMk1, ) annually, a*
here Wed day night, -voted two of her e. weJgfateja S .-. ... ell .litl II..t, .
sold BUS Irady b.*' It voeatkmal g near Btarkv on r>-b. 17. \\943, I 8umrlnteinl| nt wUI ,J>MaJof. the?!. Court,
TIi. bill provided for Ie : teacher unit, and. unanimously to oeed.. without cad la.* other. 4 em. -+ red. H ewe arc 'onthwry nU. and wa. a member of UM IJuy- tecelv, tlie .name. |iav.'' It will) Only the" ..."...lft. Oiuivl.luilge /" ...-! tire (whli-h.., .test year a4
such schools to be etabllh.din that plan call for nine') adoti- coat. 1112 acre In th* Industrial ..g wetgblag. only a .....p..*) ef ___ Mr*. Hull .Ira Illway Baptist, Church H>|oenei. "t a ".11Of1 anniliil, In- anil "rloperlnlemlenf, wIll mounted' 1 to aniooil fl.lOO

FlorldH. with a maximum lineal full-tim unit and flr* Park for use. as a site for .... the. Urgent egg must .... a triple yolk B.tkl. ...s her huilMiKl. chit Is llrnil' the Krnall flalnie Court.

of 1300.0OO In aisle funda tot pnrt-tlm one*. the proposed new 1100.004 a)4) Ike' other. **M> a .....,...... survived by tier. ,p......11111. Mr. /Hail t'hnrley' K.: John said. .
each. center. Io sites were The plan call for Invtnic- North Florida IMntrlct Civil and "'fit. hater Crosby of 500 Strong h* would! nut. x". chug with a

pMifled for the rhool. but tlon m the following, areas: Defense EOC f.Emergency Operations Htarke: three brollM. Jams I half Inlt'.h.1!. l In the Houseboy .
Caey said h. felt Bradford auto malnt.naIhome eco- Center). V. of dlark; Carl U of BIUIIwick. *- I It..... A. J.. Tho........ Jr,

County'. chance. were a*. pnmlc agriculture. business Th alt* to be donated Is Recreation f Library Budgets tins era Charles A forces netting. the ttiiierlntemlnt'smilMry |
gaud a* any other locality. training lertrtcity.( building adjacent to property already Crosby of (Icala ; three sisters. Special ..I t .Hv. ,per cent more
Casey mid it appear that trade, and matertala center, designated for the proposed Mrs, Purvey Richardson and [ limn. tlie hutheat. hold| eihotil

alt additional Z.000000 In Cary _141. new National bard armory. I Mra Joy. Caldwell, both, of rniplurrw., ,
Federal fund will be available. flute funds In the amount Money RequestsHit Jarksoiwlllr. Hint Mia, Hue "1 introduced. a bill, In thHennle .

for the 19 center under the UrbanRenewalBill of I10.0OO were provided for Crnty\ ot Htark. Due At ttlanding and It her been peer
Vocational-education!: Act of/ the DUtrtrt EOC In the INS funeral services were heldat i -INI. ,to allow the 84 hnol .HoardIn

1943. Appropriation Bill recently I 3 p m TueMlny. In UmItayle '-' art the Miiierlntendent|.

Whale Casey favors Intorporatlng IntroducedBy signed I by Oov. Burns yoke Commission ** Illway Ctiutrh with (Camp ItlmiiliiM will take mi new lire ihU, weekend. .itliiry ir It has tn l h. ruined,
the area YOI.'at lanaIhchnl..1 llev W A. Rowan nrrirUHrwInlermilit l in irolect our, M-hiMil) aecreill" *
was designated as the site for atnl 171N'litlonal (
Fort'( *
vt hen wnme. fioo StiiH'lal: 'a ,luirulriioix'r. '
..old.i'rha ....
center into a "com- Rep. ThomasA wan In the family 'alum'' Hen .lohn
the (center which be moved I
(iiiard; nHl.'.>r fiunliilati'M. chick: in :Sunday\ AaaiM'Utlonof
prehenetv' high ..rhospro. here from OalnesvUle. I plot In Crnxby lake Cemeteryunder I Moiilhern
Sen. Charley E. John. The Starke Krcrewtion Department .and t the Bradford dlrrpllon. of IVWIII C 'for two \\.k"! traininir, mi thi- iniwliiik| rexerallim.The I Heiiiiidary, htfhiNila, C'nl-
.gram. hand In obtaining bill which would permit In other action Wednesday County Library hoard got the jump on August I pnmlrtegwrc, .| iiiniprl. *. that Wuperlnlen-,
w ho had a of mark to take ad- Jones funeral I Home ages* hours|
the M.OOO.OOO appropriation the CKy vt Federal urban renewal night, the) Development Authority budl'l't-maklntr tim by presenting" their requests| to j trig the' Notional limnlx" 2: <>thrierlMl as.I,.islets. of aim. ,roiiiu, >nle*. from r hate he |1".1"l higher aalarle. *

favor a ..""rat. renter.Hen. vantaf Intro- authorised M. O. McMillan the Bradford County CommUnloner, at their regular. )| .KoM. .e* 11 roil|. will fly Alol.nni.l .Kliiil'ki.. loiilnlannunit .Than. ..""". class In the county
John Mid yesterday pmrain wa of I local surveyor and P. : meeting Tuesday. Lawtcy FiremenSet into lllKiidlng anal| will ,Iniim. h llbwlss4ppl." | | r'loiil. | 'a .had. nyntetn .in outer for
Hone Representative
that .Kotr 8h Bmtth had ofIrred dured In the but week by RepA J. Novak. Chamber of Commerce i Tn R....,..t Inn Bur. l ,. .,loner* that a new recreation their. training ... tivIt inns. Hun fomiHiny f I I.* .li eby l 'I.I. fol the M hool lo reinnln a'vcrsil-

a 50-acr. sole on UBSOI J,. : executive secretary to questedl.Vn\ w J. Thom. study and make recommendation been hired and' would. begin 11..1."I
.per.mnsl l Into the and I IMIII
acresO from Mania F* Ore 'I toward a Negro ,-,.- guerlllM line 1 iMVe before
The bill would author the for developing the Industrial work August I IAppearing \ meeting of the newlt targ.ntaetl >ratlonii. The (lroo|1' ... .. .
tower for tIM location of a tlon renter, and I4.7SO: area of oH| The (Oftlier fuiwIi.UI' .h' >l | nay thin I ibi nut
vocattonal-technlcal. renter, If I mark City Council to acqalr Park for a light Industrial ward regular operating t''J I before the "hfmrd 11, l |j.wle i' Volunteer. "Klreflepartment at;1 iiminiamlnl hv ( ',,1 Henrv Hfiibl ...,...11..... will. lie itmrterei|.. | tnIhe ." of our loiinly offtrtal'
will be head l
properly by negotiation complex with Itlnnrtwnrth were AllyUeorge ", Jr of 'Mirnnnichiiiii, AU biliklMiganm the oLhr '
Bradford County la deeignated.frn ... permiinent a ""'I'| .Icing, post' I more than
I eminent domain procd-<' pen I'l.rr..nd' Mr. HltaMrrrer T 3u pm Mon.l..v 'Inn. 14,. .
Juts said n* did not ar Jme. Bloodwortn. repreanting !I I .. \ II tirll*** available. .pM' at to cm try out aucb program the Keereatlon jlnerd. Recreation. l.ept. w4 at the hawley recreationen r'onee. whit. .|-11.' InKiierllla ThoniM *.,101) ".."t..r."lay
Bradford High thnoul would I *. Tb Council I would Rites ThursdayFor I told CommUaloner. that 111..111< <) retsryMr ter' .rotated on -ltv hall sheerAll | 200 Parcels .. warfare, till. wiltIw that he hiul I ,rnnriirreil.. In the
b ompowered to enter Kvelvn: KiK-h. Chairman rem4.nbe. of than are. cururged ;,
.1 lo
be eurftrimit for the are center } Victor Thomas,'' wo_.M be applied on purrhme .1"II..y..1| | In the. field.. ilur-. ..lahne hill soul had .wean. It
| with Ike Federal MtarkeftrnilfordCVxinty to dttenil
that he environ, and aid Into agr..m.rwa government In order to. Native Of Starke 1 of a recreation alto in led. of library the Ifcmrd presented Th. ..,.... .v..1 l etlembito ., i Of Land Go .ing flirt, entire stay Thtwo .. in the M.>.IIIU.> WeilnewlityA "
It .. entirelyarpitrule. anmiunrrnen>
lie would favor having apart Reno _Ion. und 11>.000 toward C'oimty line, both" iteration, are previous
fund tor urban CommlMKiner the flay
Federal to
from tit," high *rh ol.Ben. obtain ronitrurtlofi nI a ....'...1. a budget request and have cot vimnertlo'i that/ hill woiil.l., .be In t rod.*"!
renewal prohcta.Another Victor C Thorn. BO, ofCalneerllle fur 315,100.> Hh* east end north ,lend l on ihweal ''I\ In Tax Sale
John _kl he. had sue with one anotherThla ...1 to |>ny the Hnpnrlntendenttlil,7'M ..,
11 ball Introduced by died. In a noupMal I Ing.The Mid that figure t* .......rI on to 'Highway I IH and 'upprtnlmately .... of
carded" In having a bill paean Rerretlon efNirtment aoutttThU I will' lie II.. Mh > per year IMCMUM
In the Senate providing forUM Thomas would utnortaut the there Monday morning aftera will requeet. mur*y from th. /1| per .person. In the. countyilher three will mllea not t>erovered ;, All hill, "tar' "if 'i'Hf' ,P'il mar .._!,-o of ,,. '" ionilmte |IrwIM.'1 l tics. of anrwlltatlon.drew .
eotablMhment of on ol fl I Bradford County Comm"**-- short lltnee* I City of ''1.-,''. to rnmptete. I than on millageMhe rel. of llradford. "fountV ,propI l by the' Natlorml tluard col n .I..rrn..r. protect from
the 14 propoeed. vocattonalterhnlral -. io build a nw corthou by Mr TNoma was bom Infllsrk tile purchase of Und amt runMruttlon I .pline' | In, the bonnllh 1 I I dlah" auppl| a* |>revliMiely I city a..4si. Tueeday" In Ti.. Illnrwling llriwlimtlng. rereliumlea older.. cnimty n'I..I" 'n..
........Ia In Bradford 11 laeulng ,."nue certificates to on Jun. 3. ltl and I co.t* for the Negro .t Ih* Utwary service will ofwhat atateflA and l hy.Uwi. ,''C'oll... tor J 'It "..lIy'* annual' for the Mentor uleaa,! .' letter (.1 the legislative, .detrga-. .
County H. cwt the bttt ...'O.1d I II be retired from a portion" o* wa the eon of tile .t. Ed-: renter Blomtworth Mid. Tidal reielve OI\lyU: |>er rent 'I' and .Milopled, ,.1 .nl'* to inllett .ileliniiient' | bee Will .he hell. MniwUy' fiuirningJune lion, thuy I altctked'. the legtlaulhorllv

be aunt to th* .taw. but n*'11" IU Nun of IKat racetrack' far M and Kdiv KlrklMer .sp.ndI'*''. for th. .uleetMn4e > It I is qimlirleil' for Fetleralformerly Iran'the I will.and he rmnntlttee.fireaenled ai.inte
.J, fund. Thoma H. was a civil engineer 1 A third bill by Tboma employed by tn* City' ofGlnertHe or mor. ...u"... *opts" l In thia meetingDeer I the total.. tae nil) rnllei-teil. On. Mon>lny scot | I al. ofnclnl, .. .

REVIVAL would give th. flrhoot Board : a Itaptut, aad a Hand Commuiel'Mier Reglunal ervli are mi longer .r ("* total l amount. ut leers night' the Mj.eilnl," 1 lint,... I

I the earn banding authority veteran of World War fl with : Julio.. asked ..... J.n.1 available The anunint e FeedingOn I <..>.lle. <....| will mot .h* avallanl. "gawrlllns' v..lll ,re .lYe in i
IJOATDRAINBAITIST to build repair and equip I the rank of *nd Uutnant I" 'I I money value he plated peeled from. the flale' l IAMmryS.IW. i ,however. until the reealt* ..f i trill'lion In the te. hni'ne" | of False Alarm !
CHURCH ie. .tlm.t.. at 31,15/, tMhuUle.1Kelly ,
Army aria> ran t> w.rfars'raalaCIohIatwC
school buildings. he.p the county Ray the re- CropsLegal [ t>M tl .n..n'.1
June 7 thru June 13 Abe' ...--.t by Thorna H. 1. ...",. ,..d by one bro. rr..t Inn .pH nent during she .el d1'umms.bnrr I asks i amt aerIal reeop- 'JNo Gas Leak ,..
I lube
Nightly ,:3e wa a bill permitting tb* ..*. tner, Jo**>ph K. Thomas. ofCreerlIt | tne pact yr in grading clay ......4..1 Game 1"IIf..rt\tMI .)l.J may bin re I'''Y I II
lob..rt""Ir.* "" I U.l'k.I1en'l\ ;
Dinner on the Ground.Sunday ; of rounly-own4 .equipment CMyCraveaid .Ubor, etcBtovtworUi. the |1.'n..1. wtthm" two y..r" .Ifi The .bitolr unit <>f Mp.s .Mlforte What i tonal
June 13 municipal* In Bradford' and I funeral eerv-**I replied that the Hrn. why circulation' i the owner" py the Iwrk tni M the ten-man team I taught, war. .a natural> or' bur ,
IMI I'.rfUin. report *,. led. fin ami wilt. anlmoU. whirl I l last weekendt t ''fI
adjoiningcount.le.. we r. neW at 2 p m. Thursday help w*. ron ....'.hl.. but ( | i e* ..I.... Interest "n.. the ta.- .H Major purpoee of the bill. at Crootoy Lab C.m* .ryj that he did not .know the dollar the Mlarkv-Hra'lford. Cmintylibrary feuet. on farm nips" .at. new. .. fee.*. and. a.,,,."''lAtn,, rot ileiiuihtMin.. weuM| .>n.. t wet not 'ha'' ..t..11 City Utllt- '1lee ,
.. ...
INIIIF:1'1'oLt'NEF.H .. .
( 73tXtvU
.. .If. r ;
for "'* o..e"r
fair tie !*
Thorn maid at to permit, the with Rev. FeWer U Row**.I valve g 1: Aft. two year lee ** cal' .mmmunlrtl' .1"|"" '"> ( 'UN'IIII..nd..nt'

county to participate development pasta of MadUon, Street! 8..1| -It.. H.I5O: worth), theta "It _.m. the farlllll-4 *r.1 ty farmera my be 'hailed on" Ute pr..ver. .lete. larger clan! team. *re mild. this wr,i( ""
HUE DEPT.MEETING of tile keystone tlet Church, officiating. Inter1mont I no-" much' it I*." John elated.Bloo4wortb n..l being aced t ** murh lhi,. ,. A 'legleUtlve. I M .th +rl&-, |y I|I ,U-l to n. .rdm..t.t soil t suppurl I The pungent error earn .
: ; Airport which It*. tn Clay ..... In the family lot sold ue. A Ih.. year .. buithe nest Ing H.lh.wrl prm erty owner Kelly Mbl 3>t 1 to 4'l' 'it th.* !'; | th* wllvilte. i>f them from a quantity i otod< rUer

>lon.. June II and Bradford' Cmntlo* A bin with DeWitt C. Jane rwv,.. j, ",.,,,. recreation\ f rllill... Including Mr Burn aaeure l him to kill any game animal. thai' perrH ..*". ".l.*ir' h._* tan I! A" detotfunerit' ae they" nrrratted 'for butane' or natural. t gal
;':30 |i'%t.Everyone t. tntl"Oduredn"'r" In led .*.- Horn tn ell.a,... of arrangement the new enftbttll neldon that tile htorary i Ia being UM| .la eating ur .eh.rwbola.trny them I II I I poureil Into .tn open. ditch by
In the. haw. .larolkst. nnWalnut \I Ing their" snip., ur U in their, I with emplov e at .a 1.icarguolln. : .
in Ijtwley ion would tabttn a Clay *. i nuan Hardy'. property *t more I 1"1"" Ifl the ..e.euphase ..b, tn
Attend Bradford Airport Authority ,, Madison III Cturrl.IIt" Mtr.... the. said l the near ....l ."'._. ."..J.... a otbeing 1 hell.. b. fiie., .r. ,hei.I.Mrhe. I\ the giwrtUn.. will. bulk plant V..vaald.\ .
To training( '
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Area Urged books be ,h.. .....1 hungry .. ** .paaeeil by 1 anal. I *peivlj 'left' In some
to .
tor rut., dev..kj) nent of the, wrtght; Parks .. a r .t o. time foe to ,_. h y out !I... tlcul opersiuxi The 04k! >rUrr wag
Park ont we changed" from fmlnd I the Ntt Lnfl.Utor. l heal t j third. of my tmve trying '- ,. rerrv drum purchased: by. local
airport. Was U.'eM"' Pratt $t City about a reUte.| t.. th. Inatrurtlon. re-
A bill creating; a nine-man May and. Reno area ha. 1_,.,.*,<1. two week. to two and I 1 _-... tritn..kael. l ,, to Ami, wit who" -lully:i ravel in the first phase The oil dealer T'h. employee, not
cornmfcapton to tav.*tlgat ha for woeh Tne omit wo by I them scents are not filed being famllUr with the odor-
study and. much of the Increase cnrn* tem will .."* aupporlrri 1 "
I 'r at thelaeligation
Thi Space Contributed UM advantag* of a Dry Month com from outid the rat, ""Tnl way, tully more' Rep. A J Thorn t ev-rl, ..,..... I tar the _n..,. of led l"ta rnMIC m *n Operalmnel, Hto.e lole'l ,her. unfit *> butane. or natural
I" k' -metro form of government limrt of BUrk. book ore read but they *r* <> wh | get nomeiitea't, ..emrt.>n many. mile from the' .a*. ran be detected, poured It
to "*
farmer '
Weekly for Bradford County ..... Introdurod AA average of only 1J3 He _..! without tile aid of not checked In and out .* often. ford County brohiInto ,' oral .in the mip which..- .....'..b_! are Their! only Into the ditch '<> get rid of It
Community Eveats by by Rep. Thoma tot Inebe of rata fU la Bradford I the. Junior W_'. Club ." ." M,.. Hm reid Ally I complained. that week. Ooonty luring May a*. UM City of Mark that "J I reference .book* ar* toed ..c.tonrreely their. .t.w"ry IN- II* *.alethat l I/.. e..n., .*>." tll..h. m*... drumaHunlinht

The CommunityState Tb bill prowl that UMcommtoarton compared ..w.thh0> Inch** ,I nw ......1dI".. **t Pratt by .t..*n U. who cr n>* rat ..mulrh.nn.. and itemorftng lhtender ,| the no.-. *,. m...vewyleavtnsr ....... tent lhr''ii4H' <*VV reilHi, ,I u-u.-w
woukl organ**.'I <>\rbrg' tf>* am month lat I -Iot not ...... been poa.oIb.1/ ; look .p I..*..rta... sad the. plastic ..-_ milf rating.....w i kwlgmeni. ......".. mgnsb.Untlnu.4. to vapnrlxw. and "spread the

Bank by Ort 2 of tow and re- year. The !V> year. average, tar braid I (Continued on Pa*. All berry. plant ." ..nip4e' I on Fate Three I odor all over town DaN ..!d.Juliarq .
(Ooau .... OB Pg. III' May .to 272 IncIwL


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LOCALSRev i m r J f fri Miss Qlenda Gale Brown of Mrs. Marcia. Whittle of ,Mr. and Mrs. James F Hol- I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker
I :Miami Springs visited herpatents. Rlnglinz: School c r Art Saras- Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Patz ,
of Cocoa
ota, Is home for several days took their son. Alan Fred llngrsworth U and son: left anu children: spent
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo: I
and Mrs. B. E. Mac- Wednesday: for MontgomeryAla. the weekend with Mrs. Caro-
I Brown over the weekend. Mrs. before) going' to St-rinir! / Lake. Oraudon and Mike Fang out
Blnln. were In Apalachlcola i| Browns and Mrs. Johnnie. ; N J. where aha will work at a to dlrncr In Gainesville Wed- I where &:'r. Hallingsworth: I lyn Redgrave and family.
to visiting ( will last Monday Friday Smith surprised Miss BrO11with resort! for the summer. neirt'jy! evening to Celebrate I
their son-in-law and daughter I Alan's 13th birthday.Mr. I Alabama Christian College. and family and Mrs. RubyJohts
a hamburger fry Satur- Mrs. W. E. Dawllnu: / and the weekend with
Mr and Mrs George For- ) day night to celebrate her I daughters were visiting he" and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Miss! Su7l Broadway has re- spent
heal and Mrs. W. W. UndarhlU
tunas! and family and attended a scholarship; from the
22nd birthday Ten gueses (snJo.veJ I parrnts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacksonville were
the confirmation of their Awl the affair at the home! I Mathews In Pa.atka: on Sun- weekend guests of Judge and Jack Stanly School of Dance in st. Petersburg./
granddaughter/ Josephine, on cf Mlis Brown's brother and Mrs.! E. K. Ferryman. I hi Coral Babls. She will be a Mr. and Mrs. C. E. :Beam
Tuesday, May 25. dayMrs. featured dancer for Mr. Stan- will celebrate their 58th wedding -
!gister-ln-tow Mr. and Mrs. Errwst P. Dt"an"( Major and Mrs. V J. Spen -
Cot and Mrs. T. T. Lon, children ler spent Sunday night and ?lY', famous summer session! anniversary!' on Friday.
Adro Mrown. In Melrose: of Athens. Oa. willarrive
and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlning Daytona! Beach on their: first He formerly held: these In June 4. They were married In
Saturday to
pent Thursday to Tuesday' in Mlra: Diane! Firth returnedTuesday I sev wedtlln' anniversary. New York. but is now presenting I Rlchland. Va. on June 4. 1907()
1'1'1! wek with her riother
Homasassa Springs. after a week's confinement them in Coral Oables. I and ]have eight children:! 21
JTome ,
I In the Oalncivllle M s It I.. "peer" and to also was In Tallahassee I i
Mrs. J. B. Saj j> ands Miss I 1 VTed.vul Center for observa- i. visit her father in the Lake last Thursday on bust- James Watson of Detroit. grandchildren and one great
Mich. has returned home after grandchild.Miss .
Jean Mundy were Thursday I
Citv V. A. Hrwrltal
tion antreatment) ness.Dr. I three 'weeks visit,! with her!! .liter Sue Howard of Coral
overnight guests of Mrs. '
Hirry: Gru
j :Mr and Mr '' Mrs Ola ]Rnos of Onrncs- n, Q.j|
U 'W :.toetfcr
James Cannon in Fort Lauder-'r 4. IN '. xy Y vll'-. MM Minnie Gardiner otBtnilce Smith. Chris. Parker and Jer-i Mrs. C. E. Beam. Gables Mrs. Emma Ludwig of
and Hick Rzpdcr:! of New York .
I Edward E. DuBose, grandson Forth Lauderdale. Mrs. L. A.
dale and will spend Friday In1 and H. II. Carter of ome Johns attended the JayI I
City are vl=ltn! /{r Jud/e and of Mr. and Mrs. C. Weekly of Ocala and Mrs.
Miami. .e convention in Jacksonville
; Mrs. '1. A Yawn Jr for sev-I Penney! Farms are patients in I E'I Jacksonvillewere '
Beam arrived home of
has Dendy
Bud i Lawson of Mars Hill the. Starke Nursing Home I over the werkrnj.Mike Myrtle
N C. home from eral 'JnytPFC I a tour of duty !in England and i j Saturday guests of Mr.
College was : Mr. and:! Mr' Fred Bennett York: of Miami I IBP'ndlng IsI
Thursday to Tuesday. ] /fIJI. I Tommy Hartley of FortBennlnT. visited relatives In Madison I I this week with his France with the USAF. Hewas ,| and Mrs. E. W. Hayes at

Mrs H. A. T awson was in I days leave. Ga. is home on 15 and Live Oak over the week-I uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. accompanied by his wife i iOlenda. Klngsley Lake.
I !
Lake Wales last week, taking I end. I F. W Strickland. I and Infant daughter

care of her grandchildren i -- -'--- ri'I .''-'' .'-- -=.- .- -.Kathryn..- ....-- -,- -- -..
their and
while parents. Mr

Mrs Joo Jordan attended a Pictured at Installation of BI'W officers" lust Thurwluy night 1 (orated. .., I-r) Willie -

convention in Biloxi Miss. Man Denton treasurer' ; Bertie Olson, 2nd 1 \lr pr lili'nt; l-.ltn; Fay GUI. lit vice STARTS THURSDAY. LASTS 9 BIG DAYS!

Mr and Mrs. John Greene prraldent. Standing) (1-r( ) Delia Ituwrnbrre." stale |preol.,.'t and liiKtulllng officer .

o'' Camp Binding; had:) as Saturday ; Alrtlila Redding) corresponding ttw.retary; Carol dean l\fo..lpy.. Senior. girl
: evening/ dinner guest! r 'Once-A-Year'
Carp's Famous
award l winner; aiul niiirguret Drown president.
Mr and Mrs. George'HuxulniMr ;
and:! Mrs Robert Taylor Bargain Bonanza. We Guar

Miss Martha Pile McCain. BPW Club Installs New Officers antee These Prices to be as

]o'I'eddleVattC'rson of Statke.I
I Low Lower Than Any
and Mr and Mrs Hob Chapman ; representative to civic roundtable or
Mis" Della Rosenberg pre- Christmas; world affairs. Mrs.
of Lake: City. I I, sident-elect of the Florida Doyle, fiance, Mrs. Farber; Mr.. Brown. / in th. Area!

8 Sift Jerry Ii.:"> son and Federation of BPW Clubs in- r .teglslatlon) ] Mr ., Ruby Johns; Mrs. Brown presented each 4I
M,, Merylnn IlfJms] of rvlando called] the 1905-GS officers of membership Mrs. Olson: program member of the 1WJ4-05 executive ;

spent the weekend with the Starke Club at a dinner Mrs. Olll; public relations committee with a BPW I V i

Mr and Mrs. Ewell Law?ori. .i tart ThI1I day evening: In the Mrs. Dyal: emlem, tile plaque and each Use iI I
Mr and Mrs. J. T. J
Jr and 'sons and Mr. and '! R"8taui3nt! ass and social. Mrs. Olson orientation. -, The club gave Miss Ros I CARP'S

Mrs. Tom Poston spent Friday I I In.ta'lcd' were: Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Mllberscr; enberg a gift certificate and t;
to Monday in Cleveland. Tenn. I a corsage was given to Miss Convenient j
i Brawn: \ president; Mrs. Florida School for Girls I i I
to attend the. graduation of '
;I Mrs. Dy- Mosley.
Etta Fay Gill first vlce-presl- Reynolds; yearbook. Lay-a-way
from Lee Col-
Lonzo Kirkland
lege.; ,'| dent! ; MIS. Betide Olson second al; auditor Mrs. Farber; and EVERYTHING

i, viep-presldcnt: Mrs. Ruth
I Reynolds, recording secreatry; Mr. and Mrs S. E. Reyes FIRST QUALITY

Mrs. Aletli I Redding. corres- and children of Jacksonvillevisited f Mrs. W. H. Prissier of!

Win ponding secretary and Mr. and! Mrs J. S. Sapp Hampton 8. C. and Mr. and

Willie Mae Denton Saturday afternoon.: : Saws and
Mrs. Hayward ,
Miss Rosenberg will MI'8'1 Mrs. W. L. Hamilton, and daughter of Daytona Beach I If J' h {+\ FIRST QUALITY ULTRA SHEER

parliamentarian.Miss Mr. and Mrs Jack Hamilton were weekend guests of Mr., ?
A Carol Jean Mosley of ; and children of Pembroke. Va. and Mrs. II. K. Davis. 'J

taw ley was a guest of the I and Miss Lynn Hamilton of Mr. and Edward Schwab I ;Seamless Nylons

club and was awarded a V. 8. Winder. Oa. are guests of Mr. and son, Eddie of Merritt Island -

Pile : Savings Bond at the senior and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. were visiting Mrs. Myrtle x

girl with the highest scholastic Moore. Anderson over the weekend k Sheer, 400-n edU) micro I

In average In five business Mr. and Mrs Joe Martinezwill Anna Ruth Schwab! spent the a" how perfect in F
subjects. Mrs. Redding is a attend the graduation of weekend with Dorothy Mixon. !
very way .w summer 4 $1
SAVE $? J 0
I former recipient of this an- their granddaughter. Betty Mr. and Mrs W. E. Shanleyof I shades in sizesN 8V' ] to II.

KOCICASH nual award. Jean Martinez, from DuPont West Hollywood were Apprx. 9x12-Fr. r Anniversary Sale rvaSummer. R

Miss Rosenberg used an un- High School the Civic Auditorium Thursday to Monday guests of rI

usual installation. service featuring in Jacksonville Saturday Mrs. Lucian Conner Room Size Rugs _' ..

: signs of the Zodiac and night Mr. and Mrs. C L. Cooper
each officer was given the Col. and Mrs, J. A. Griffin. and daughter Clairnell. left REG. SleepWear

symbol' of her birth date and who spent several days at Tuesday for two weeks trip to 1288 _

POT the qualities listed which will their camp on Lake Kerr last Slayton. Mimn. to visit 19.99 ) OUR OWN REG.1.9t
be !' her club week had as guests Mrs. Lo- SISgt.1 ,
I helpful for new nan Baldwin from Tuesday to and Mrs. Robert L. I Acid .b.uty V> your floor with fhlqh ... h..vy. I b, doll, shift .nj ......
No I-urrlw to !SoH. Noth- work. I. B. Burton of Orlando .. f eon hoot thoHit B4utifulnd .. 166
I' vheoi loop with, nontiiolno 11 gown
and Mrs.C. pit ruqi
Thursday and! Mr.
ing to Write No Stamp to Three new members were : visited" his niece Mrs. Alice,, fous lNoeklnq. Salt ( D. ..p.... toed .... ....... ti //I; t prln" solid colon. D.eronotton
IJk. No Obligation, Just recownized: Mrs. Esther Starling H. Namvorthy on Sunday. Anderson in Bradford County I 1 end kl.nd.. Sirs S, M. I.j L.Women's.
Mrs. Esther Stalllnics Mr. and Mrs. Keith OlUlnst- 11//
Ourno' In Each Week or Hospital! on Sunday.
Several Time a Day" and Oft and Mrs Leila. Mundy. who/ 1 III ham of Tnllaluistwe and Mm. Mr and Mrs. Harry Cl't'IIIIJf'lr j d

Your FKKK: Cali Pot"Ticket. I, the club's "Woman of Achie Lota Yates! of Valdota. Oa. l' of 8t Pl'tprllburll'sPf'nt the \ Panties
vemcnt"" for this year. will tx weekend /guests' of Mr. I weekend with Mrs. Edward HEAVYWEIGHT. LUXURIOUS {

Lest! Week's Winner I Delegates at the to Diplomat the Stale Hotel convention and Mrs Mrs.Irene Guy! Johns Sale. Mrs. L. D. Burns Mr and Mrs. Charles Me-': .. 1 J 32,...,. ....... tricot

UNCLAIMED I in Hollywood in June will be Greene, and Mrs. C. D. Williams Qualg and family of Waycroos.Oa. .. BATH TOWELS .. to"c +Y \rIot. Wlilt .ncl ..l'- 4' $1

Cash Pot NOW Mrs. Mildred Doyle Mrs.DoI'OtJY were in HendersonvUle. were Sunday visitors of! on. Sim; S. .M. L.Men's .
N, C. from Thursday to Sun- t I ,
Mllberger and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams.Mm. J

$50.00 Delta Dynl. Others attending daV to attend the graduationof A, A. Howell of Jacksonville -I OUR C _.y ." :, 'r .t.. .. ... '
I will\ be Mrs.! Olll, Mrs. Bea Mrs. Johns trandduuKhter. Is visiting Mrs. W. 8.1
II I Paiber and Miss Ro lnberlf. Cecilia Berk. alade from Thursday to Sun-I REG.79c. 6 1
Quality Drugs 0 quality I who will be Installed" as State Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes dixy. '
PrencrlpUon Service at attended of I Casual WOMEN'S COOL
the graduation!
President:: at that time. Mr. ant: Mrs. Jerry Boldenof ,
HOCim DRUGS I Mrs. Brown announced the their granddnuithtor': Sue Dens Opalocka-. last 22.44.1.. r
spent Large
H.. Your Next Ra FilledKOCH'S Tennis
T from Columbia! County High 'I'u..8-1 andHouseshoes
appointment of the following day to Saturday with SHIFTDRESSES _
School in Lake /
chairman for the new club City Monday Mrs. X. M. Smith. I II N... r..I.....,.
year: personal development, night 36/
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allart
I KRKE DELIVERY Mrs. Evelyn Haney: Civic- participation Miss Donna Tmwlrk is... and daughter Jackie were!
I w..e CI.t....... 1 C/ ..
Mrs. Wynelle spending Thursday to Wednesday I Saturday evening dinner! ..

at the Annapolis Naval I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.. ILl : Th1e1'lu..ycot- 4 1'V. ) V
Academy Md. attending An-I Futch. ten "roy. Colon, )
nn polls June\ week as the guest Mrs I rut .. 2.99
Vergle Flynn was in 69
CHO ALBUM of her cousin. Bill Mortis. I I Gainesville over the weekend I rhif. b.dground. guy war L 3 For
nd w..l
Sandy Sullivan Mike Hltch-
? visiting Mr. and Mrs. H *
EnKr dod of mtn't
cok. Diane Thomas and Jim- J.I.j'
1 my Dowlirur spent Saturday at Waters and Mrs. Bessie 2,9 e...;., ...u., or

DAY'S .. St. Augustine Beach ..cl1\. houtmlio.. L.rgIwilion. .w SO*: Avrll.. 50% triers. end a
12.DORIS Mr and Mrs Fred Walkerof I ... ,' I 100% poJMod: / cottoiM. Soilbolt
S.; / I II.
Rev! w. A. Hogan Is In Dallas. :J.
= i Sarasota w r of virkowf.l .
-Htlh I .i : Texas from to were Sunday ,.,....'. ..
Tuesday visitors of E-IG VALUE! *r Now per utiful; print Sim.
Mr. and '
't.t' wf: ." Saturday attending the Southern Adolph! Oay. Mrs. s h. .N SoI 1 to IS.Women's .

Just for permlHlng to make "{ BapM.rt convention.
u* a flt1. $le Local admittances to Bradford -
Mr and Mr. Blair Pha1'f"11and "

r, HEATING SURVEY OF YOUR HOME t }" Jacksonville Mian!. Carolyn were Rogers SundAY of week County Include:Hospital Mrs. Mary this BLOUSES Men's Dress Slacks Y/omen's/ Sandals

Luke Mrs. Thelma Lowe John
visitors Mr of MM. Iteni-y Ollara C. Moody Mrs. Elsie, B. Hart- REG. S.99 : I 1.9f VALUES $1
and Mra Glen Reddish '. ._
D "I.-
SYSTEM of Dt-ratur. mann. Teresa' Ann Oriffls... W REG. 1.99 In ... .1... ., .Mrs 2 PRS. 9 .
Ala. ,
I anent last t>. r Dutch 1 Thomas and Solid' c''0... tiger Jt n to a>. f v ,(r.d .rrfp.;., uwf.l. >in ".Ii.? .
week with their parents, Mr '0'". Pri;. or vklfo../ Sao. t .. 10.
ind! Mrs Brownrd, Francis Crawford all of .
Pherlff CainM. and Starke: Mrs. Ruby J. Crawfordof + 2 Fo $3 MENS NO-IRON SLACKS
and 1 Mrs. P. D. Reddish >
I-awtev: Mrs Rosa E. Sib- c' R ..'.......... Korntnwactually NI...... that (T f HA Ultra-Blend Prints
ley of Keystone Heights: Everett I V.V I II I
Mrs. Wlnlfrevj; Cottle and prviM nwltntM they I OUR
kllsi T. Smith of Raiford; C t dry. 1\1...... olive Vow natural ha yJtV>'Vr' REG. 59e YD.
Joan C1\ ttla of .
burn. Oa. > Wood( Timothy R.. Roberts of LakeButler Solid sofa ._. Mir. Z9 to ft. $69. Value.. ** IO: A..*$I, S04 .."- l....irWI; ... 44T"
were weekend guests prnts; W.W .fW blw. dr.u..d
of Mr and Mrs. Leonard : Mrs! Agnes V. J..wpl18nft ,i A coftons.. M.dr.s ...,....0,1
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1l' Zanfroland
Wayne. Pnul. and Larry Me- Mrs. Henrietta Babb! of
Lend will leave this weekendfor Waldo: Mrs. Betty L, Witt of Y : totton print*. Tots' Pants
COMtRSSORCONDlNSra a month's Malt with their Smoker: and C C. Strand r 1 t r Roll,up ... Sao* Training Woven Ginghams

grandparents Me and Mrs. berg and Everett Sola no of yr 12 to 31. REG. 20c Ea. $1 YD. VALUE

This control air and will work P. B. Sanders, In Pensacolw. ME'h e. { Soft M.* olbto nxao ..$ 7 FOR 51 I...tU. .. plaids| .. ...
conditioning heating system William E. Owen Greg and Mark Reddishare' *tt Cf* t IM| clio Al for you all year 'round.. keeping your horn filled with Billy. were quests of and Sen.won. confined with measles. ( ooirikwMl. Sera-e ta 4. .f.t.y la, .....oct.or.,1 4f.

fresh cool air all summer, and warm flowing GAS heat Mr. .
and Mrs.
Charley E. Johns W R. Richardson .
\ In Tallahassee _ _, ..,_ _, _
for Iho
chilly days and nights ahead .. and it's all auto last Friday While there returned Thursday .

matic.And the cost? phono us today and we'll gladly they visited the Governor and from' three weeks visit with! 3Pc. Luggage Sets

how you how much you can save with a Day and Night his assistant, and ComtnU- friends and relatives in PennSYlvania LADIES SHORTS Men's Sport Shirts
combination electric air and IP-Go and .
conditioning heating loner Doyle Canner and other Maryland.Mrs.
system In home.TWO Verdle Simmons REG. 12.88
your officials" andMrs. $ |
.. ,
,4.a9.Iue REG. 1."
EulU Mirenberger' of 0
Mrs Albert Hartmann entered .

Bradford County Hospital Starke and Harry C. Baxleyof I e e 16ready>!" Ov.raif l .r.__. .,......
$ Tuesday afternoon after Doctor's Inlet are patients .
QQQ95WWW suffering In Doctor's Hospital e 2'" r llM.. "
stroke at her home.
Lynwood Il,ktw.'l4kt.T .
UNITS Mrs. Robert Bltaood of Walters! of Fur- .. Sturdy
PLUS Hope Valey. R. I is vbiltln mAn College. Greenville S. c.
ONlY INSTALLATION Is home for the summer.Rfr ,
her son-ln-l and dall< BUDOtT and ductwork Mr. and Mra Julian McRae and Mrs. C W, Waltersof : $1.99 '
this week\ and will ttend the Dublin. O.. are spending .. 1 : ea 5R> s

for BOTH 23,000 BTU electric air conditioning graduation of her grnddauwhter. this week With Mr and Mrs.S. Nt s.. ... L
.. .
. L. Peek Jr.
and 'A1U
MoRae. from
and BTU
70,000 LP-Oa furnace
1it BUS Friday nlrht. Dee Walters' graduation Friday L-----J Wash 'N Wear VrV.R"p _V

Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley' m night from BHS. 1

Green's Fuel of Florida and family: of :Merrttt: Island.: ) Mrs. Mattle Oahagan U In R_Nt. .Urtnkllnc Itorlng Untrlag r+S w... .. _

spent the long weekend with Bluff ton. S. C. for ten days \\.... !Mhrfmk Out .f Fit and .. "'Ith, ooI 4 ..-..
their vUllln Mr and Mrs. R E. rRE.4TIC'K :Nn.-IUUn.rAG" .,....,.. .
. parents. Jfr.: and Mrs. 0..d irides ........ 0004
CorporationPhone Harley Jr. and Mr. and Mrs i Oahagan and will attend her ....... ..... ........

Barney fcRa.. Mrs. Me Rue I grandsons graduation from -..-iWWWWrt ", 909-1231 1 returned home with them fur i i high school "

a "'pck'. visit. i I.


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JUNE 3. 1963
RRi\nJl'ORn rotrvTV TFr.FORorn.RK1I:. F'I.ORffl-'

I PTA Entertains r r 1 Col. And Mrs. Long sett.. 0' ,,,.It..I... I'..
q rI aWI Forces Ta. n.ea
QbiiGLADYS i Seniors AfterBaccalaureate Entertain For Special ; a,*... I...... .... n.Notts' .
1 i la hrtrby given that
:Mr T J AMortnan the hnlderN
Wedding Party the fullnwlnw, c.rtlf Uala huw
Due At Camp fllv.1 anl 1.1 The High School PTA entertained COI. Mr T. Long and T. .
at a. delightful reception numbara and yearcof
honored their son. Tom Long lanuan. th. ilvm'rlptlon Phone 964-0651 Sunday night In the Jr., and his fiancee. MINI, (Continued From Page, Onei ,. t>rn|*"rty. and. the n.m"a In
'arcade between A and B buildIngs which It wa ............ are anI
following Baccalaureate Karen. Stone. at a dinnerlU'fy rulh.....:
Friday evening May 1(. In addition to training- on I rtlflita :Nn.- 10*. Year .fl
Mrs. Services in the auditorium.The .
Will Edwards Immediately after their wed- the 78.00O acre Blandlnjc rea-l I iMHUatlVW' I 1953.
four punch tables I (.,....r.I. >lI.." ot Property: SntTue : *
| ding rehearsal. The guests In- ervatlon. tha operation will ,
Presents .
PupilsMrs. ItW'4 1'1.' 1 IY T-7-8.
placed at intervals alone the I .' :t | eluded members of th* wedding rsnK. to the Ocnlii and Oweola -I tU Acru
Will arcade were covered with "; party and out-of-town National Forests. Activities -t : Edwards: present- y, .
white cloths and centered with I ) J 1 :1 'Include .... .. M. nog.raAll
'rt her piano -*"T>ils in a recital I4 :,. io: < .
I punch bowls which were entwined The Jump And exflltratlonor hue County ..f Bradford. State
Sunday afternoon In theHint I 1; was held in the ,
with smilax at the ImllvkltMlM' through aircraft uf Nlorlla.t'nl.u: :
MmivxU&t! church. r- Welaunee Hotel In Covlngton I : aurh, certificate or
tf I base. At one corner of each I .t F O*. where driftwood trees en- pickup from land and water. (._rll"""'.. ....It... r..l....n. Taking part were Ken I i table! were girl and boy grad- The operational phase end .>r Sew ell. Becky Hutchins. Char- uate dolls and the skirts of Kev.V.. .,. H"IaR1..1' of the F'Irt liaptlst| (chord plMnxt' crown on :MlwtJajn | bwh laud with yellow Jaxmlne. ThumdAy Juno 17 when all ilnmTlhfil tn .....h c.rtlflo.<. orcertificates

lotte Whltehead. Paul Hutch- the tables were decorated with .. hardy. at recent JA ('.....N"'I..n. (-....."' ...n'Olh..r' Queens" Inj |>lrtiiit are I and other lent floral colorful arrangements I unit return to IHiincllng fordebriefing hlKhtot. blililcr.will ha a' sold the la court tin

ins. Tommy Reddish. Stan garlands of red: and white from( lefti) I".rlyI..R. : -, te Iterby, Alelaly..lsltlno. ( anti Kay Colaon... the Interest In. and ilemohlUxivtlon. huimv .1....' an the flrat Monday
Sowell Stan Rf'ddJsIJohnny I lobby where the guests. I In "month i lOt Julv. '1111. which lath
crepe paper streamers. Presiding prior to return to homo statluiM .
asnembled.MajMlv I Uli day i>f July." tr.ra. Brabham. Janelle ThompsonBrad at the punch bowls and G. A. Coronation At 1st Baptist Church on June 20. t'ulc.E tin* 2Nth day of Stay
h Carter. Cindy NocgeL assisting!! In serving were Mrs arrangements of :, "111t11'r.\

t. Martha Dennis Karen Olssy. V. J. Spermler PTA president: white oak-leaf hydrangea pin- : .,,'h..,., A "Imrhr
Cliff Slade (accordion], Karen Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. Mrs. "Oo And Tell" was the Princesses wearing white Franklin Hardy Paul McLeod.I nar.K-t In whit floor baskets I Urban Renewal ,i'l,.rk "f Cleenll, .*..lIrt ft Rrltd-lnl

1. Hutchins. Nancy Struth. Pam Vernon Stlcox. Mrs. Harry theme for the O. A. Coronation : frowns, were as follows: Betty and Wayne McLeod. The organist paid n tribute to the wedding I I .'""nIY Florida ., 3 II' Sill
Perry. Donna Bryan. Jacque Mooty. Mrs. Buford Mitchell service heM! at 7 o'clock Jo Warren. Rebecca McMillan. for the ceremony was theme at vantage points in the. I Bill Introduced i

OaftMns. Jayne Hardy. Bob Mrs John Torode. Mrs. H. M. Wednesday ntaht. May 19. in Katharine Peek and Sandra Mrs. Lex Green and the. pianist .i dining mum. An elongated, ar- I iI

'' Edwards. Janet Nichols and Hatcher Jr.. and Mrs. W. M. the First Baptist Church. iraaa. Their charge was given O. L. Jarvls. | ranannent of white (Continue from' raff One) ; t

Carolyn Vickers Janet Hardy. I Smith. Al- Serving as ushers were arrangements was MaJ. V. J. Lt. Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. The Queers were next to J. T. Prevatt, Mrs. Jack Huaen. I pompom chrysanthemums. port It* retwnmemhitlon by j WILLIAMS!
Engagement ToldMr Jacque> OasUns and Karen Spongier. Brotherhood president Mrs. follow and were the highlightof and Mrs. M. O. McMillan. ural' 'I'\JI'Ii! with fern tips.; Sept 31.K Hum.

Hutchins. I Hatcher WMU PTItIldent.I! i the. ocrvsVon.- wearing flooflength Juniors; Mrs. Carl Roberts! i flanked by clusters! WI' dlnll, It also dlr..-I" the CixintvCmnititaflliiii I
and Mrs. James Maxwell I' belli. .lilies and to Inrlnile $1.\0'< JEWELRYREPAIRS
Following the rrcttal refreshments Senior Citizens sented the first or the Maidens white gowns, and each and Mra. Jerry Lawson. In. valley
Vickers of Brunswick. Oa. were served In who were all attired In carrying a nosegay of yellow termedlateH.NonnravH purrs, marked' covers for the | in MM. next budget to cover ,

announce the engagement of Fellowship Hall The refresh- Enjoy PicnicAn green as follows: Sandra. nviobuds. Th five Queenswere weremade by bride and groom at the center j expenses ,Incurred. by the

their daughter Doris Carolyn. I|I went table was covered with I Morgan. Rose McRae. Osyle Linda Kay' Colson. Boverly Mrs. L. O. Powell. Ida Darby\ section of the Ushaped'table commliwlon. MACHINE:

to Milton Merrlan Winter ni. I!I a white outwork cloth and enjoyable day was spent' : Hatcher Carol Hardy; Jeanla Lynn 1.lcRae.Il'Io.IY! Circle& ; and church decoratlorts oveitaid1 with white itama ]I| ENGRAVING
win of Mr. and Mrs. Milton i, centered with an arrangement by 26 member. of the Bradford Spears. Carole McKinney Kit I Oayle Cuttlno, Nancy Lee were &In charge of Lo- k. The center garland of'ftmlUix. SCHOOL JEWELRY
Minter Jr. of Donalsonville.) :, Senior Cltlaen: Dai' and Eugenia ulUch extended the f
I j or summer flowers. Mrs. Paul County ty Hazen. Ruth Crosby Robin by Jayno rena Eppernon\ Circle Mrs. Recent BirthsMr
Oa. j I Hutchins presided at the, Club at a recent picnic held Warren. Patty Rosier and Hardy.' They were crowned O'-'orge Anderson leader: and. full length of the- table wail I DIAMONDS:

The bride-elect attended the)i I, punch bowl and others assistIng i at the home of Mr. and Mrs : Pauline Peterson The chargeto and charged by Rev. W. A. Helen Master Circle Mrs. liUer:' MTtuxi with small repll- 1 and burs Lynn! WilllumMcnae I. I). ItRACELETS

Woman' College of Georgia I I!i were Mrs. Merrill Struth.i W. T Hanson of Lake Hutch the Maiden was given by I Hogan. I' Frank, Beard leader rata of Ute focal| amwineinenti. of lake Butter unnounce -"< CHARMS: ETC.

and will graduate In Aiurust\ :i I Mrs. Carl Sewell." Mrs. William | insnn. Mrs J. T Prevail Jr. Crown bearers' were Becky A reception' In charge of and cluster. or wedding balls!> the birth of a..... -

from the University of Oor- Thompson, and Mrs ,I Member enjoyed pitching Next came the Ladies In Lwl Payne, Ruth Jarvis HJal Ethel Big Circle Mrs Charles maltrw fxiltn and valley lilies. I .Bradford Lynn, on May J7 In Stnrke. Fin.
ilia. where she was president I| Drew Reddish. horseshoes, group singing\ and Waiting gowned In yellow. mar Jane McMillan. Cindy Darby leader warn held In Wedding motif plan card furtlier '-' Bradford Couitty Huspltat I'
or Zeta Tan Alpha sorority !: bingo during the day. A gameof and presented as follow: June McLt-cxl. and Donna Pnvact.Embltvn the recreation room after the ranpliaalced, Ute! nupllulltheme. )'

Mr Mlntcr graduated from I l|I Ladies Bible "red hot poker" was also Hardy Debra Prevatt. CI"U-1 bearers' were Trlla ceremony', with moment of theExecutive '
the University or Ocorgla ,. 'I enjoyed' with mode played on dette t l'IIOIand Linda Norman Blanche Peterson! Based serving as Mian Stone who wore A ,'
where he was a member of Class Luncheon the flute by Joe Kerrigan. Haas. The charge to them ..aal and Jennifer Haas; and ushers hostesses. I powder blue crepe' < sheath.,

Rtjtinf' Nu. He la employed by I I i ,Special musical number In- given bY ?rl"ll. Jack Haxen were Herr Hatcher! 11!. with chiffon draped, neckline !

the Atlanta Journal. I I i The Ladies Bible Class of 'eluded,! a song In Oerman by and aleeves, complemented bya CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONs

The wedding will be held I I|i the First Methodist Church Mrs. Stein. a duet In Danish Miss Karen Stone Weds' T. T. Long Jr. WSCS ReceptionFor pink rot c,"", ,"', and Mr\ ',, ,
September 4. at the First I I; cave a covered dish luncheon by Mr. and Mrs. Hanson anda Long chone I the occasion toprraent

Baptist Church or Brunswlck.i:, Monday In their class room Scottish love song by Mr. In Church Ceremonj)f At Covington, Ga. Mrs. Olmstecl t their attetvhinU with
honoring a member Mrs E. and Mrs. McMenemy.Mr. peraonal gifts, as mrmontoe NOTs

D. Olimited. who; I"I moving to McMenetny'a slater, Mrs. The sanctuary of the First ( and matron of honor. The ., of tJ etc wedding .

OES NoticeThe I IShula Vista. Calif on June ''M. Lever" or Toronto. Can., Baptist Church of Covlnirton I' Fuss and Viva Johniton McthodlM at lovely WSCS. entertained Among the feature of en-
I. 10 to l live with her son-in-law who is visiting: Mrs. Row 1U1- Oa. formed the srttliv! on Junior bridesmaids wore "'m-. a receptionTuesday tertalnmvut were "" L''1

Eastern will and daughter Mr and Mrs. alL took picture of the Saturday.. evening May 15. for liar' dressed with moM green Hall morning In Fellowship Your IJfe" skits of the bride GeneraElectric/
Star meet following. their
R. A. Rahn.Pburteen. group the 8 o'clcck candlelight ceremony I velvet bandeaus In their hair and girxvn. im-sented respectively -
Monday night. June business
7, at I of and program
o'clock In the Masonic Hall. I members of the 1 The next meeting will be uniting MLwe Karen I They carried nosegays rneetliur. lit the sanctuary, The by Mrs\ James John. )'I', I
''' Louise Stole of Covlngton j Tropicana ronebtidA.Mr \ aunt o: the bride, and .
class attended the luncheonand Mrs.n.
All held at the Pratt Street RecI -
members are urged to at- reception was In honor of Mrs.'
and Thorn" Telfalr 1.01'Jr... I *. stone mother of thebride I Orate of
tend. I presented Mrs. Olmnted I reatlin Center on Tuesday E. D Oin noted! IminedUte |lest Albany Os. Buy Top Quality and Service
floor length
with a folng-away rift I i June .. at 7:30: p. nv of Atlanta. Oa. wore III'PIJfIn president who U moving to lifelong. friend or the grtusn'atamlbe.
I I I The bride U the daughter or mint green complementedwith Col. I* H. Lewis of I Ii
''Mr and Mrs. Lewis Edward ; a white orchid corsage Btiula Vista Calif on June i Wlknlniiton Deld,contributed
10. GEO. W.
I I atone of Covlngton and the ; Mrs. Long mother of the ,I n bit of humor with his.. presentation
bridegroom U the son of Cot chase ombre shaded The refreahntent table, eov- "
i groom an of A vk-e to theN
and Mrs. Thomas Telfalr chiffon model. blending' ered' with a white taro cloth. ,,I: -wywe|
32 New Cars Trucks Long of Starke from petal pink Into rose,, Her. was centered with an arrangement I Hlitrkt';' Florida
AND of "lUlU daMes PrNlld1 -
The double ring ceremony cornave was or pink roM'budli.l'nllowlnll II
the the 1 Frog at the punch bowl was I
was performed: by Rev Edgar ceremony
the newly elrrUxl president of
A. Callaway pastor of the I bride's parents entertained I
ATTcrwlllegur church. with a reception In the church the WBCH. Mrs. F:. L. Mat-

i social has; where the bridal thrwu.
Emerald fern. trees formed!'
the backdrop of the choir loft j theme was carried| out In o>- Mrs Olmnted was presented ''SEEr
and flunked the Illumined roratlng with the put' prtwlden4'a' pin

MotorsARE arch of glumln. white tapers I 01,..... were greeted at tM stud l also a personal going
which threw Into relief a man- door by Mrs. James Johnson away gift frnm the Society
sire pedestal arrangement or I and the brkte'a book was kept and Otilld members.

ralla llllea on the data below | by Miss Rochelle Thacker 1Inn.
Flanking the central arran 'e- 'I i The bride's table covered" State Farm Club

I ment were fern tree, and Ivy J with full! sklrtetl white. aatln To Host Dance
: entwined the seven. branched and net held the three tiered I .
white embossed wedding cake.embplUnhid .
candelabra holding white taper -
The (Mate Farm Kmploveen\
.. The white prl - the dais front held V calla lilies. Topping the rake<<
dunce Saturday evening from
terminal sprsv of calla lilies. were a cluster of wedding DcIUi ':
ft to 13 o'clock at the Community
and fern fronds tied with I i and valley lilies and miniature 1..t
Club house
iCD whltte ribbon. C.IU. were aUouwd .hlte doves holding in- )
This Weekend with white satin ribbon terlofked wedding l>nnis. Mrs. Called the iiattle of the

and fern to mark the familyprws Audrey IVnton and Mrs. Bob n'II'Id.' mutate will bw fumiahed .-
Mitchell I! a.UU l In cutting '! by Tlw rfaniU of Htarke.and .
The IntrrpUtM of Lake
fT1,1 C nL long was rhnnen .. hlaIOn' the rake. I City, and the will
:, The refreshment table was FAVORITES
\ bent men UslirrrrtxnnMiven mission. will be TS stag' and "
were' Ray \C..K ell. ; centered with a silver punchbowl vote which: Is the. beat band r
U Joe Harden. William! Tn- flanked by silver cand.- during the evening.Htudeiit .
rode, Rodman fl'ruth. Lowellffuethes I labra Arrangementa of white l
.7IS '. are asked. to bot STYLE-MART SUITS /
Fuji I mum. pocnpnm rhry"antnemmnw -
Paul HarrU. flare .llred': In school dresn. Ad-
st/irk, and anapdraHTina -
lone. brother of the croofn.

and Philip fHonc, brother at ,', were Used on berthtables I Anne Ter\villrgar From $39.95 1 I

the brlilKupdal-.
irNMle ws, prevented 'I For their wedding trip to Hostess At PartyAnne
by Mrs. Alvin RaP'". orgsnint. .Naassu!. the bride wore an en- SPORT COATS

and the soloUt Mrs. HuchMrflmiald -...,. In daffodil silk linen Trrwlllrgar! wn lioitewi .

completnentrtl by a yellow' to 24 boy and ilrU" from From l

FORDl The brk.... given In marriage. rt .. conuce. her sixth grade ('I..t. awlmdanre $25.95
Mr and Mr.*. Tong are mw'at J
bv her father, were a traditional party last Thursday -
SPRING! .white' hnmo at 1(171( Plaxa Lane. I afternoon. ., ..
MORE wnVMrar gown of rev a truly personal gift, Slve.
YVIm LOTS N W hi Atlanta. where MrIonf I /
SPRING FEVER Ilk onranm and CrvantlllyW U with American Telephone The young' folk met at the. him one of these, perennial
UU fad pis ere over' t.ff.ta. Ls4r also Hlarke Jolt old. LXxjntry" Club
to FO fdl'6S Ac TW"graph l Company I fashion favorite Cool summer -
turned Has the bup oft nert tea Rstteau neckllnoat II I where they swam for an !hour
Am.rica' Evert the the'oMirrd' ho!lV-s. and and then returned I to the Terwillegar -weight lull! ind port

the ,SflSS1 to tsekb eQ wes used fir the bm.. lily Mrs. Cress man I iKJrtw, at un B Call coat'*. .tailored. In UxJjy'i slender l r

1e w e point "' --. and front panel Street where refrt-dhments aid ,
I flo- Visits Library 'fUltering line. Our plentiful. teltC* / ,
i _.. >i>w I hhi extended the full lengthof tnmrlrur enjoyed on the
i a MD edyte lion. Include the newest fabric. In all the
peebf the skirt Floral\ sprays of Mr Ifamr P Crwwman. toorr_. Tabira on the terrace
I Chant 111,.. enrrl1she4 the I the former Mhm Oertrud II..- wh-ie the guraU were seat niost-prefcrred pattern and color We'll 1 ;

horded of the voluminous I' ertJig. of St. Petersburg. wa d. were covered with while cheerfully help you make your choice. f

'- klrt which t terminated In ai I[I' greeted by friend at the linen cloths snit centered with DICK) I : MS HIIIRTH I IN 1
chapel t r ln""r fingertip' Thurwtayafternoon arran..nlA of Bard<-nias.
"'tartr" library\ last
.efl of nit HHinlon" sTpllq'jedwMh I I I I
S o'clock
4 to
l+e. r. <.nvmeaurit .. was from r\\f A AND HOLD) HTRIPnS FROM! -
who on Prom Servers
DFqA1.YO"r t I MMI. CrMnmen,
tn "."i-I| t wen' of seeds, I I r the staff for P rUI FETtAprotee ... .2.9.

nr.rl emv.V1.> *t Ilea Her'. <4 In Florida during Entertained .. 'LAHOK: niOICK: OF) SPURT I' .
hn'rae.t wes a ew.<1" ofPhals IGJ.-n.: worklnc' with memberS w HHIKTS FROM |2.W.TASTKFUL \ 1mt.'JUIID.Y.
_< orchH. v.''leyMil' Mrs, Stanley Noeg.I l eiitertalned ,
Woman's Club.
of the
at hamboull'r fry
.h tir.11. a-+ matte a r
race eaL.. soo I Dar rlrtlto/ nee''h'red with white runty CtmmLrkrnera l andhulirtitoals. and and swim party Friday "",- )S. I' A TT K: UN RASH

.et' .'r...irM '. ads floret other) Interested\ wa* IruitrumenUl rroupm" Inc at her KlngMey l Lake \' HTKII'KS: FROM UNIX
I r. following the Junfc.r- s
1..r'e.a'IV "e..... r1. mirrnld In sveurm approval' of the I eret' rt' hoer" set. ..... Diane loral Uirary projert. She "later Henlor Prom for the Prom I 1C S ASSORTMKNT" OF ,

.'h.-- of ttmnr worel lived and worked In the court Servers and thair dates \ .SLACKS.: STARTING( AT ,

''I'' ..-r"t. t..1| | mans rt ahell pink ty a. dirnrUir of the DistrictS \ UeafaVa the nerves approximately .rI! .
t -..., "Of sr.... In floor length Welfare Board JO tn-wl'r. enjoyed
eveUiM t mndel" with moM \ Among those remlnlsctng\ the affair The IT slit prom f"'I. RXCLUSIVK? : NECK ZONH:

.teen Velvet Mxhe a'empha I lIxttW with Mr and VIr CreMman servers apent the 'chl t ... TAILORING aware trim fit

the emrtre hmtlrec. Fr- | at the library laM Thursday Mr*. NV...*l WN waited In : "" : and better ppcaftnc No p

fVNitlng. mm green lined wr_ t. L. Conner. chairmanof serving at the haonlMrt fry t lt10 collar lie
e..n.U. emertlrw" from ivnan !I the County. ConunVwtuners. by It... Wlterd Faa unsightly lAp.
I IC ., flat DO nutter how much ,
r t.- formM "brief'1 when the library project was
ee-.. Jot tHet hair the Y wore i ief approved under WPA; A. J. Recent Birth twit or turn. I II

! ...-..... Mnk p au dot //re I I Thomas Hr., then Clerk nf iMt011D" if '''

I -." -rsrv- er, were en*. !., the Cnart: Judge and Mrs 1.. DrortM' Hospital annourww
I : rfft' of Tritr'M roe tied| | K. Perrytnan; Mra 11. C. the foUowlnar tlrtha;

with moss green velvet tlnhon. Rttcti. chairman of the" Library Ur, and Mra., CalJU rely 'J\ \

. The" brVfeunalds. Mrs Oorn e Board: Mr. and Mrs. L. fltarfee. a aen. Joseph Erie

, a S > Jrnrdnrt Jr. Mr*. David A. Darts: Mr*. J. E. WtlHon.Mm. i Mar. 28.I Inc.STAILKf'S .

t Harper" and UUne. Ann And- 8. L. ....... ,'.,. Mr. T. I Mr, and Mr*. JSuaene MeCVUan. '..
.r.".n and Joanne Owtn. wore L. Mato,6fkoI Htarke. a wo. D nV-l FASHIO.V.

""* ** tiew/t t Mbddl.ton, and the library" Rls May M. I.KADKItII: :
td en staff .

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD rOtTNTY TELFORAPn. MTARKK. FIXRtnA ____________________________________ THURSDAY JTYNL19_ $5

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I V Hyatt. PomaiodPlrat ) and facllltle' available at June 1550.
: published on: May. 27th aid. schooL Th. frdtim C. transferrIng Int9
1960. of thoice herein th. IJradford County School I ItI
5-27 Si 6-24 la H ranied. tu tini>ur.,ni. )"l.m. fur the school year '
I or guardian. of thtt pupilor 19.:S-lill who did not attend !
In. Th* < ...,.1 or 'IIe ,. puplln In vu''\'. d, *tr tuauch school In Much my- '
.....1..... .....I.d "'u.u.I7. ."1.-. portion MtMiidnitf In Inn durlnur the school year '
liln.. In frol.ifl*. 1.i..('(, I'Alin.N'TIS: to *iu.h l'iH4-u& and M..In* .are not '
In ro' Ratal. of Httlhrnn* pupil or pupil .and michfreedom 'Inr the first mad
I)IU 4JRH.f| ..f r.hole A nut .bfx shall iy .and through their.
I I To Ail &CiMlltorH, I A nil. ""r..on., rclHtd. .at th. tint, and parent' <"r vuardlan ur ..ti..-
1 1 IlHVlnir < MnhPM, Or Limands. A- In the manner herein **ueuiriirl u'sper,"" wtandlnff. I In, I>l-
i icnlna Said KNtutc.: TeHchera. principal CO PARKNTI4. register at
| You..sod each, of you MI .and other school ,prnonnl the school. of their holce.
hereby notified and rpri'iHfi. I.. / shall not b. permitted I .. to on II AtiBimt and 30 I
present any ulniniv, ur demandxwhich .... .\uKust 1905.
:: udvl. r.n..ntl" or otlierwlntr -
I you., or *lth *r (,f you may Influence mub diclsiun U. In cane of overcruwtiuig.
have the .nutat. of ll"ttl !
I Nor. will achootpetsonnu.i first preference In ,,huiee)
S I. Jon..... InceHNIMl Illte, Of Wild.
,, HcnoolN will bit fflvanto
either fa v r or if i
I dimity. I.. 5 thf I I Cotmtv JudT e* .I l
p.'nntii. ,''n bii a u n* those puiillH who r"it- ,
Bradford Cou n t y. Florida. tbin of the choice niude. later on or h.ror. 31 Mnythr I
IK-UJM* of
office I In the lOiitt
II. In the event nv..rrnwd.itig uvll 4 June !4fl5C .
Florid I
HRC| ) unty Mt .Starke. ... choice made .1 t the '
I month? fromthe r ulfn at a pnrtli'iilnrHi The
within nix i
; ; th. first publication, .ho<>| from t b.. uholea.. tint. of registration m.
4 time of 1 .
J -r--' this imtUf. Kaih .Iallll or mail. priori of ailanmnt ; herein .l>offt out shall I
J! ",,",sul siSal) t he In writlnir. .and shall, b* hoped. .ol'h'| tit. binding fnr the iH'hool :
I..r .. plan.. of rcHl-.' upon proximity without year IUS-I' I
-f liIt.'i ,'" and ,pout (.ffltttddrv. uf r"flRr" to racial. conalderaTho .K Th. forrvointf plan of ,
.. .".,.. .., ,.""" the. tlHttiiunt. and vhall IIP ,nworn tl..n. regIstration, will !". foU
.... .- .. .-;) '':'''-' Co'itnint .of th, .olil. and the nevi "Srn.. at left .Known. IntK t > I by th. ,rlalmttnt. his Mtiont.HIM (!. .H whose c-holf*. ....- lowed annunllyIII .
,, J..; and ,"u'h claim. rejected I......".* of ovi rcroudlnir TRA.V8POHTATHl.V-
... 1".. : *|>llMt. Church at time. of. Sturki-'H "nig Snovvw" In th, lute atLorncy. any : !
ui ri. 7iand not ... fll*d. shah b* will I** notlflnd (',""",,en'ln. with the .Khoflymr .
: .?'., ..-"J.. .. ; .. J. "'" ,J' .. I IHIIO't)< right IH. the IIIIMITII| church now alandlng un the void and prmlttd. to make an 1 H.1all tudrntii.. by I
'!" ,.;. Herbert F C'lv.rwttle effective choice or a formerly and through their orvuardfan
\ parent
u'- ... aunie Mite.inul .
.. .-"" .;:-10"" "' '=;'_ r----.=....'--'or---- -- ,-cI';!-.. Ao .xecul"r of the \\MHI Will NVirro or formerly nr oth..r ;personsst.iun I
And TeHtanwnt. of Httl Jonea.dffceaned white m hnnl In aAII.'" PARENI
Blurted ,, l 1-onntructloi. of the new nln({ of September 4, 1949 Mr. light in the ntlll unflni.ihed II, HKOIKTKATKKV: I
1st Baptist services were held In t lh-> pub I ( .ilion building was I I ( : TI.4. hall have freedom of I
lic school building whi"i. ,. I the Jin "::1.!1 11)49.) and (umpltted( uuditorium began. I and Mm. Charles Oaken J. A. building. The first regular ser- 6/3 n fii A. All pupils .attemllna m.hool choice. without regard to their I

Woman's I June 25: of that The /laxt The choir loft and baptistrywere Christmas Edward Webb Lillian vies were held In the new auditorIum 'UT. .' K In the Rrtid ford County rat. ... color or .national. origin
Club now; mds.: I year. H HomecomingThis Later, services were held In I ervirc. wax held in the old the first to be finished I Wilson Leonard Moore on Feb. 12. 1950. !STATIC OF l F."' KII>.\ .,'tuoi.i year 194465. 1".1 at'ri by lh. Bradford County I

the Red :Men's Hall, louited : auditorium on July 10. 1949. and ready for use. On the eve- Mark Moore and Marcla Kay Present total value of church: BRADFORD COt'NTYOn printer for the "" HrhoM System rvlnir the
SundayThe I Hazen were baptized bv moon- property Is $300.000Salvation the *4th day. of May. l 196G. year 1065-fil by returning I i i school of theIr choir All .
on the site of our presnt City at a meeting of the Hradfoi. the regIstration forum to I buwli will be routed on a I
County Hoard of Public |nntrur- any teacher. principal or. liaaU.
Hall. The first land was acquired '- nondlacTlmlnatory acoordlnir -
In other business. John H. .JnmeH W. Gill concerning a lion held .ut I the office of I the lbs. office of th. l4uperlll.I to school enrollment.IV. .
First! Baptist! Churchof January 6, 1879 and Rosser Asks asked Commissioners hole on his property In POIJ-[ Army 8up..rlitndint. of Public Inptriirtlm. tvndent. of Public InMtriic. PVPIIJ KK$lt>IN l hl'TI I
Stnrke will celebrate Its the 'first building waR erectedIn In the ('tty. of Htark. Zion on or before 11 May '
to 'build an access. road torhi.'t kin t'atch. He Bald the coun- Hlf>J R: BKAIH-tilU ( ()L'NTYCIl.a)1. I
Homecoming on Suml.iy June the summer of 1881. Truck To Visit Florid' She following rnolu-. 1 It-rouich 4 Jun. 1V65 lIurin. $ HYSTKM :
Lawson Out took the dirt from the hole <
neighbors In the Pumpkin ty lion wa unanlmouMly adoptedWIIKKBA : .",'h reirlatratlon .- tile !
In pMKti pupllw residing
6, when members of
were added over the
Patch section on Lake Santa to use! on the road and that Each *. an the rvpult. of .d It nhuli be. mandatory outitlde the Bradford County
church will bring/ basket lunches years and the building was TuesdayThe that the pll..ntrullrdlan
I dnt-la-oin and
they should replace It.OwnmiMHloner n ii nuns .us judldul School System have attendedwhi
F'e. He mild<1 he wanted to use ,
I Continued from Page One I of ru, pupil rttlatrtnir to
and former members completely remodeled In 1911. verbs, 11 Mtatiitffl. nartl bv thi ...l within the Hyitem. If
bin. property more and that Jessie Chaa- Salvation Army truck of the lnltd Mtats. .alt, nd school dnrlnic the '...
and will share In dinner The church (Cnna-rnaN th Bradford ( .nly Board of
gucHts was incorporatedin Industrial site which haj been | people had been traveling over taln Hiiid/ the land faces little will be in Starke each Tues' It ,In without qunMon, tli..l *nfonr a. h ml year 195-69: **.r- PublIc I ni..triir. .lon (eontlnu.
on the grounds following 1021 with the following! In- the' r..lul. I In thepilII cine the choice irranted InHararraph ....
deeded to the Authority. The It to Bet to their own land. Santa. Fe Luke and that house-to-house licicrfKathtti to .pl atndenti from uthrr -
(the morning service. COl'l'ol'alorll: W. T. Weeks L. day for a pickup houN ..f I .lnrliiA. ,und I A hrof dlatrlfta/ .. their arerptam.
It In the council felt that any profit The CommlsttlonerH told him hole has' been there much lon- of clothing shoes furniture ohr Htiit, *. In lllKHt.. vl..laln. :>(. All pupils .. ho sill b* will be on a noncllNcrlmlnatory -
was enrly your C. Powell Perry Hover H. C. from the sale of the land to than GUI' estimated 10 of the ,PnlttfdIftatci six ( t5 years ..f age on or they would go look at gr magazines tile ':onntltutlnn ha..I" In a.ldltlon. the
:JS77 that 11 people met to 'Vali. J. F. I Kic i kilter. T. N. appliances. nf A merit. ... .and thatcimulcory I bf. ir. I January 194ft and pannt. or a'uardian. of the I
Empire Conciete should go to this BitUrition. years. and other articles. that wt, Intend to commenceth "
-. papers but .iuiiii'ho..l l
oigani: e the First Baptist Llmbaiigh. and J T. CJulglcy. sepsreie | pup I or pupil Involved or
the city since the propertywas ) Morris Carter before Johns said he doexn't think ftrat xrade for thearnool
appeared donate. whtt
wishes to for the
Church anyone tiyntenta stieS otl*r '**rm9n standing In
of Starkc. The first The first wing of the edu- deeded by the city to the the board ,to protect closing the Commission! IH reHponslble.[ Persons wishing to have articles ..nd Negro 1'..,.*. will b. no Hradford year. County IMS-UK. it In,hm.lffyetem the I>. .. f> PARKNTItt to stub pit-|
decided that the lunirer ,pMrtnltted.; and pit >r puplla. shall have the
but It was
I Development Authority. of a road near him farm picked up may call The \V 11K K K A H. the Bri.J ford shall. by and fr.**d.,ni of ihok. ,laParairrafh
Edwards said he wrote and CommlxHlonera mild they board would look into the mat Salvation Army at Jacksonville County Hoardi, .of IiiMIIn, through their, parent. oriruaralan 1 "h.r..of. and

GLASS That's Our Business"If Authority Chairman 11. II. would look at the road before ter. 3534313.IW I atriittlon. .after .xhauatlVH. studysnl statid log In or[A'I i thr) 1'AltKN-1 praon': j the ihol"f> to rid. any school
'osid.rati..n. thivnrlouff
John. also reported to the long bun opeceted by She Itradfnrrt!
Everett and Chamber of Commerce making a deciwlon. TIS. .I.I..r at the exbofilj
It's Glass! We Hare It"c ,, poMMlM* etlernotIves.has Cnuntv oI'h..1 Hyiiteni .vertr
Pete The board group that he talked to a ,, of theirho. ". on or be-1 .
secretary Novak granted a 30-day ponrliid that It I 10 abn log the .h..ol of their .1.01cc.
CALL WRITE or VISIT "Mr. Peterll but has heard nothing from extension to Tax Assessor TIIK: FOIl ANY (JLASS; NEEDSHEA'S either one. Gone Long for submitting the Tux Assessment. Board sill "I'S IN... AM> KOH IllltltKoiii '' >d opiTMtlon 'proB'rrna and I
: ) 4iii\ri KI.OIIIIH I welfare I of the Bradford. ('nunty
Discussed the paving of 1'JOS: tax uMseottment. rolls. who told him that the 37.5 i >, .'...on tii-: \<>. 'I Hrhool Hyatin to formulate,

GLASS CO. Harwilla Street I IPaikerl in Long said he 'needed the extra 'figure was given ,by Cowan I In hi.YlHIIor. "t the "I'sist.1"lo.sI. ; .a plan llmlnatlniP, .' the dual.. Electric

4 west Starke but tabled It when time to complete work under Associate who took a sampling <>.r .Mchnol nyNtrnNr .
l. V. /Myall >W. 'rtpttP1u.nnp.' HR: IT
(NOT INC.) the clerk said> no funds are the new Just-value ,bill. I of 200 assessments In the I l.."..MIM.lris 1tFlnT.VF.U: by the Bradford

/ "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." available The Green Acres A request from County Agent : .ounf.y. I ki Mum K:, County. H.mrd of PuhlllIn 11 R Fast: Call Street
Johns. said that Tax Assessor NOTICK: 1 IH HKRK1IV: : IIIVI3Nthut strii'tiifl' all mmhpr" there(.f
/ street has not been paved because George Muggins for an I thH unIr.Inp4.( nn Ih. tbat In order I.t
; We Design Modern\ Store Fronts 'I 'onntrrlnir.
that the
i\ /J j of sewer lines set to no additional telephone for hla Long told him :3'ith) .."y ut M.y. !555. fllrd K ,'nmply'Ilh the I....... of the WE SPECIALIZE; IN
''I Just Mail U4! A I Pattern For under it. Councilman Ewell ofni,'e wan grunted.Koad Cowan representative merely final I uruimntlu: of u ii. HdniliiUlrHtlon Und. I the nnld, Hradfird. County

I j w. .. Table Tops Lawson said.Accepted. (Foreman II. F., Jones looked at his book. ot th. ", ..1..1.. efat. Flu- lion r ft of liil. .IU. Instruction d.>*a Electric Motor and
.. In rffrt the fol-
The CummiHHolnem wpie | V hyatt lixi-miivil.' and no- hereby |) MI *
-- a report from reported on progress/ .of workon II.... In furthnr.. given that after lowing pniu'IN ffrtlv. upon
1313 4th PI.. Fla. Phone FR21333Serving
N.S' Gainesville City Surveyor Merrill Mc the Morgan Road. He said also not satisfied with the I'" "",'.lI..n of I thin notlcv. ones thn ".1" of S tli..* adoption. of thliflmolutlon Water Pumps
stated .J8 mill increase In enc'h w..k for five .nnss'IIIIVSei.kN. :
the Is In the
I Millan on a $5.673 bill for county putting I Bradford County. They estimated ,. npplh, ....utlrm will bA matt I. FIlKKttOM: : OF" ('ttOIf..''' '
work done in connection with aide-drain, pipes. I t I.. thn llonurabl. Th.n>n II A. Kfffi-llv: with th. ommn SALES & SERVICE
the sewage system This was Commissioner Zedra Hamilton many times that in ad- Va.. n. Jl.. I'ounty Judii, i of <**nint ..f th* whoolyar .
asked about the Brooker: dlonn! to the rail laid from Hrndf'ird t..u lily. "Iorld.l for 10U-U. .all atud,.ntn, Electric Motor
less than the estimate Rewinding
Florida $5,800 I Uronkcr to the Florida Hydro- approval. of Halili. aooountlnic In the public avhoolH. nf
given! the council McMillan Hydrocarbons road plans. Road and l for final dlm'hnrit of th. Bradfurd ('....nly. Florida
Since 1)5!) (> pointed out.Accepted. I I Chairman Johns told him he carbons plant. Johns said I'e- undvrMlicvi aa ..AdmlnlHtratorof shell. have fr**.l..m of AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
; hatm't. heard terHon told l him that the people said r:>tte. r hol.e. In the mannrr and.
-- a report by CityAttorney a thing. HERKLEV J I'UMI'SLicensed :
.77cr; ik C, who have spur lines built "PIKfl I TANK It 'I nt'"'' through the medium hrlnaftr <
: reeling ervce, ff ne George Pierce on an Its listed In the Road '"". II.ASY: nr JACKHON- Mtatvd. to .attendany
easement on Holiday Innl'opel.ty partment budget isn't pay the tax assessments on VIII.K:, an Admlnlatratorot achool In the. Bradford, Electrician: & 1 Plumbers
Q_-_.. .... ''' Johns said.Ilantilton i. De-I them. the KMalf .)C 1"10..1..l County S..h G""iIIF' W7 'iIIF''aw'Mrs. that will be used for of rai'v, 'OInF. or "Phone 9ft 1-7361
n Gulf Oil Corp. service station told him It national origIn .and >enjoy
Lucile lI Il Cordially listed!, that a total amountfor the b.nflt of all ...n....*.' _

(:odwmll'presentlth' Fierce also said he and Mayor I roud expenditures( Is given

t e //j Welcomes Chltty are. still! working to es- but no specific mention of the I
plans, / for work on the roml.
tubllsli for
1Cull St. IJ requirements a
1013 : You and Your cable TV system franchise Johns/ said he would look Into UY '
.is- ?
Starke Family to Your here and said a report! will be it. C C C \\} :

Ph. 961-5.321(; : New Home made at the next meeting in The value of a piece of landon

The State of Florida two weeks. Hit lieve to Hamilton the New the county mineral Klver said was he which rights'UHcu"ed'l belongs would, i !lfu % SIRIPPONZO ( f N GUS RiJUSd(

It Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and Budgets ho worth anything. Chairman .ft' ''' l.: ...... ... .. ) __ _.__

To Acquaint You With Your City.If George Roberts, .Jr. suggested! '

telling the lund and getting \%'ord... or lean, one time_____ ..9.1I IUIorh./. Revolution. u 6e per wwd.

Board Early the tax on the books. If not paid In advance .:0$ (%rds of Thank up to 50 .onl" __ 1M
in the
you arc new area, a pliono"VV]
Commissioner Dave Shu ford Keyed or mind Ailii" _______ ._, 1.23 O\er SO word. __ 5eIJ10 .pee w'l.

call will bring you a prompt visit mild "No more than the land Each additional word over 20..o.s niMplay ads. In ClMotned. per Ia.'
will bring. I'd Just forget It."

from jour local hostess. 1'lvase give I[Continued l"rom Pago One) J Hamilton estimated a value

of about $10 per are for the Insurance Problems? HASTINGS :MATTRESS I I First trade pen-

her a cull! She has maps and many honks never leave l the library! 18-iu.ic plot. Johns suggested! Call The Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS PEVTON FLORIST clU 8c each: TOe doa.; 14

free and MO'sderful Kifts for Klio milled.,\ keeping tha property an it "KcyHtone"George Tin Lemon St. PrnJatk 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. half iron Bradford! County

you "These book. arc lined, but' A letter was received Furniture Repaired! nEll PHONE 4-415S Telegraph if
III'j :NIGhT' 969-..9|
front Wai. businesses. | aren't counted
:Mrs Hums. Huld. Keystone Height :MATTRESSES REnUILl; Wire Flower Anywhere an agency In Starke If inter.

!---. -i i il2Wides. New Inn.l''printr5and trc.,.. : ested contact C I. Whltehnrat'
Head The QMS' !fled*I
.., -.-. Consultant For All Your Ttox, Springs at C'/I lnen II I... 3T7-B2I9' tfchjc
._. '__._0 jj, Insurance Needt.flc.rearnting IF YOUR NAME IS
Drop I1* A Card or Call FOUND AMONG TilE;: ."'('''R \Sc-F. I FOR RENT-I and 2 bedioon.

| PALATKA! 8-9rm CLASSIFIED ADS. CAM.I AT RKurrrti RATES trailers Can be moved on :your

INC. heat I Anierleun In*. ('n. MRS. PEGOT HHALLEB AT TIrE TELEGRAPH AITO. ""lieF.. I4O.TDoyl. own lot. Phon< 904-1651 J B.

WALT HULICK CHEVROLET Cuo.fom1ade: : The Traveler In*. ('0. 209 E. Adkliu St. OFFICE FOR A FUEl .,': n. IONNKRINSlRANCE ': White! atchg fL 3

? For t'IIfldI.if/ inK Tel 473-4692 Stark. AientI TICKET TO THE FLORIDA AQBNCTVACATION _
tet: t %lore 473-4323 Nlte >X>R SALE:-Fill dirt, top soil THEATRE. I Uc'1s. ,

YOU II tractor work. new and nae II FOR RE\n"-3!. room furraah-
Alvin Mann
Jr. Service I
ManagerInvites For Your
$ $ $ Autn Fire Home Business building auppllei. W. T. Jafk FOR 8AUI IN THEMOfNTAINMT ed apartment Lake.

Monthly Payment flan son Building Material sad Ua- J H Olil phone M3-2M1
:No. Salaried or Commissioned Ready mix concn.-te concrete I
You to Come In and Take Advantage : KmployeeH; I chlnory Supply. Phone W.. block house plert and. ee- I New cottage In Blue 4lp fL ITrotics
BE SURE TO SEE!: World 4001. tfch* iteel. Ridge1 I
sent. mortar mil. rock
I : Mountain 10 ml from Rldtie-
of Our Service COME and
Modern Minute out
Up-To-The DAD& nitAI LARSEN;!\ Book before buying any other I sister ihell. "merock. roof on
RENT Kln ley Lake .4 I crest on pared htway Sleeps look We have big selection
Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne travel. UnteU. BRADFORD '
Facilities For Your Car --- Regardless of your local representative sinne I bediviom 2 bath furnished CO. Phone ....-.2521.I I 5 comfortable Completely of used' furniture and appliance

Model Make. YOU Benefit 1956.:\ P. O. Box 603. Phone | house month of June. Rent by I Btartre tfrhf I furnished. with utilities $40 One old fashioned dIn.
or per week June thru Sept
964-3794 tfrhu week or month. Phone 533 nine suit priced like olden
I 2733 2U-h A 3 I MRS" HAZEL DAVIS I week available Write P O daY'sr.o piece Irving room

AllSi/enon, Display) FOR RENT 3 rooms and I Reaullful LoU For i Box Drawer A Stark. Fla. suit MS 00 Fire piece living

8-10-I2) Wide bath furnished! cotta Ie. Phone FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom. Approved Home. ,I tfch room Milt Ii400 FENNELL8

Service OA4-22A1:;! tfchu 1 bath house with separate BARGAIN CENTER.: I I 2
Specials I l'i'i Bath's stately tree paved
living and dining room. Beeat Large I FOR SALE!: Good tIuIlnes mile "
i South 301 Itrht
and : street. and clone In Lot sixes
Kxpandahle R I,. MORGAN 333 N. Church St. by appointment and residential propt'nleIn

only. or contact vary from' 100 fx 110 ft. to I Starke. Improwd and unimproved FOR !SALE' .'R'TOO'1ftIGIIT'4
AMIIITIUt'S!4 :MOrllUlSServlclna : 300 ft': by 220 ft.. Price from
Wayne Chance at H V Knight. P. ODrawer I
New and Used our customers during 9641091.tfch aIEROY 11.500 00. :Make your selection F, City New 3 bedroom. 2 be th- fenc1
-- A convenient hours Is a : now A.J, Thomas. Realtor'
Super f4.'ir. financing avaiLible ed :yard. large patio sloe( )
profitable means of earning ': 0 NORMAN Tel 964-6701 3tch 63 FOR RESTTwo bedroom
Ar V A. .
AIR down $3SO down T H.
One Week for many women Write Mrs. furnished apartment'! See Mrs.
A.175 month 1244Blandm
1T'I4.! Our Kental-l'ur-( Ouida Sweat, P. O Box MO. FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 Ooldle Martin 500 Center Stll..he per

Condition COPifiITIOM S P E C I A L chaste Plan Payments' Live Oak. FU" Plenty of room, o. S31 for the chil and <3 bedroom I and houses.2 bedroom:! Furnished Thomaa* 94-5701 St or call A. Itp J

Under $.V 0> Per :Month FOR BALE21"' PhUco TV I
bunjratow oneacre houses Houses sold f' '
dren. 8 room .
,V H Nollmnn tfehe1, with stand MO 00. Phone 944533 .
NOW! school Only $7.-
Serviced FRONT END good 1 health.! Age :21 to 55 lot near i I Itch for saber reliable couple

Write or contact Prv. >nnelDopaitmenL 700 and 29 per cent do n. FOR SALE-Hard and green! : or peraon. live on premiae

rained> Euicuate A. Low As NOWFMobile Sunland Train- No. 311 cypress poles or post Cypress' : FOR SALE -1 M Chevrolet take charge rental) property.:

And He-( hUfIc ALIGNPVIENT1.aIor Inn Center. P. 0 Box 115. In City walking to all conveniences. dock lumber See Klln Orlffls. : 4 dr In good condition Must W If NoUmaru 510 North.

Oatnenvllle 4tchn 6 17 I ell Priced '2300fl. Can bseen Cherrv St tfcrtr
7 home. nice.ihady Ortffls Loop Rd. Ip
Home SitesAVAII.AIU.E room
and PartM
(36 2 lawn Large lot 100' x II I at B.V 0 Truck Stop. 2 FOR SALE-OlrU 3O" bicycle
I Included 6 j 5 FOR SALE 1959 Plymouth miles South of Starkc HKh-
ONLY and
-- -- Fury Power steering 200' Priced at only FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished $10 Like new See any time
:. I power
Full lake Pri>iKesIlomentead I brakes. radio and heater good terms. house 311 N Clark war Itertg after 3 3O( p. m 1310: ( Blandinc

95 Kxrmpt; 10 acres perfect place to build St See Bill Graham at Al- St fUratoc Heights Up
$430 00. See at 1205 Pratt St
\fler SiulIl'aynent, Hlmn 95 that new home Only 00STROIT f'ORSALE- 1940 Volkswagen
Financing I Call (MO-2345. tfchK: varex. IU-h 6 10
7 :W.CICI) t-4 I good condition. CVan. Small FOR RENT Two bedroum

PerIonl: h I FOR RF.NTSumml't cabinon REALTY equity and take up poI'mrnUi.St partly: furnished houne 330 8.
Lake Geneva 2117 N. Temple Are.It' FOR SALE-199 T Bird. See Walnut st Itchc
Lake Geneva. $45 week utilities H. 3011 at 1003 W Butler Road Itp I at 317 N Myrtle or e.aUM4'r'31 _

included Contact Mr*. Phone 9349l! after. 6 p m_Up FOR SALE 2 bedroom frame

Trailer Sales Herbert Shweem Raiford house. fully rum 'wd: approi

State Prison Farm. 964-6611. FOR RENT:: NW-elr furnUh- LOST A ahort sleeve shirt 4 acres land located' about 2

BUDGET TERMS Available On All Repairs Fxt 481 1 2tp 8 10 ROLLER SKATINO at Brad- ed apartment. Air condition containing prescription ahadea ml east on New B&ndlnc:
(In Itoiite I IX). nn.111.: !SF.KeyMone Fairfrrounds
lleifht. ford County Adult or couple ouly See after in. bran CAM in U* vicinity RMUI ,iSR 2301 I neat toll

FOR SALE-2 bedroom frametome starting about July 9. The Fun% 6 p.m. or weekends 337 N of Eat Laura Street If course .. ..500 Contact B aEppa.
Sun. &( KieninK;
Open ,
.I----___ .. .. .. _..... ; ( 'with stote and refrUert Spot; RoUer Kin, Watch f5peuiing Walnut St OUJys lUrrlrwn. found please. pnow> 44-STTl : phone 9 4-4 .l (day, or
__ ,: : :.. ._.___ : --4, j t Call 969-3625. 2tchil IS 10 t: ad. <1P *.:** C4:) Itchu W C Rhoden, lip .*.4-oT71 night tlcNs

a ,



Deer FeedingOn GED Tests 1 Office in the rear of the USO
Building: State fee for. the
1I '1 Farmers Set Week teat .battery la 17.50. Applicants
t may complete all necessary

Legal Game Of June 14 through form June at 7 the between office daily S a.

m. and 4 p.m.
e ah Deer and wild I animal. which General Educational Development
__ feast! on farm crops. are now lent lending. fair game: for Bradford Coim- i I school diploma are slated for
____ 1 t\ farnierw. the week of June 1-1. ncronl
I A KlsUtlve not ""thorl.Ing .- lag to U. II. Gibson Bradford ?
II rtrmlforit property ownersto County adult education direc e
v ,I kill any game. animal that tor.
(IS eating or otherwise' uitroy-l Application mint be madeon If you havequcslions
ng their crop, or Is In their or before June 7 and applicant -
4 Gelds. and shows evidence of mutt be at least 20 about
being hungry, was passel by year of age. Applicant mutt
; the! State Lt-glnluture last> I also have passed tout In your militaryservice
w cek. American" History and Government
j ; The Dili wiu, Introduced by to be able to take
fI Hop A. J. Thomas, Jr. at the the GEL test Q.bson state. ycur local National Guard
mutilation of several Uriul- Interested. persona i.ny apply I !
ford County fanners who at the Adiiit! !1"" '" can help you
,'cnnpliilnixl that deer >.I!,
nto their stri. ,' herat .> ....
,. I -"
xcmon: IIlulln toy,
acetic inulrh. and eating iu<
ender' crown out of straw- I
/1 I'rry plants I


Prom .rter. In their colorful I'.tllllll'. (from 1r")1), M-rtfe INmllnf. Janell Two k-u., of tho cr,,"a..l J'lLlr biill-lln- when. Urn 1941.l.r"11 .held sway. Last. Krl-
1-ullunl Betsy. Matthew. Ju>'ne lardy Mottle Sue Kelly Sharon X.-...... Kay IUI- ""y nlltht. The theme Tliantwiy of, The S...." "all .rr.'th"ly r.rrlnl. out In ,the. tUUIVOODS -THEATRE.
lop. and Lorraine Alv......... decorations. and refrrohnu-nt:

'Fantasy Of The Sea9 Theme Of Jr. Sr. Prom I 4 I MONDAY 8:45 THROUGH: P.M. FRIDAY

"Fantasy of The 8es"then waves and draped with fishnet paper to further enhance the at the corner for boat bumper dIe holders decorated with As guests arrived they were' :
of the ll 65 Junior-Sen I I to form a background for sea effect.' Across the back of the void sheila and holding blue presented with white leatherette Wed. Thurs. Fri. June 2
3 4
tor Prom of Bradford High j I I various "sea creatures"mounted Music for dancing was pro- bandstand was a large shark and white candles. memory" books with blue ,
School transformed the main I on the wall The vided by Tiny And The Surfer wtth the theme, Fantasy of The prom servers further taisels! and each couple was
Fair building Into a tropical I entire crillne was draped with who performed on a plat the Sea lettered In silver (Utter carried out the theme with ushered to a table by th eprom "Blood and Black Lace"See
paradise last Friday" night. I, festoons erf blue transparent from resembling a dock covered across a blue background. the girls dressed! in colorful servers.
Interior welL of the building | plastic to resemble shimmerIng with white paper and Tables around the dance flower prints and the boys attired Maudlin was enjoyed until
were covered with white:j" waves and celling light I blue plastic with tire nailed floor were covered with "white I' In surfer shirts and I midnight by the graduate I 1 It At Your Own Risk
paper painted to resemble I I were covered with blue crepe and centered with wood short and their host. lly IIOMKHDob : : WOOl)
--- .... -._ __ can--1 SATURDAY JUNE 5

I Young Gridders Develope In Spring Drills"Our of the Shannon ttuPunt and Iosen) Don Page took I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO.

heat r place Pro-Am honors Golf Tournament In their annual 1 NO. 2

last Sunday. Shannon. and! iJS! w clcdkts6r
young boy have come, big brother this spring. Fullback for the score. Falcon made It Stymied byl) their own miscue minute on a yard plum He'' praise for their experienced I'lige hud. a 'net m'oro of 09 ,
along very well but Inexperience -I Mickey Agner put the 12-0: four minute before the and a rough senior defense I had carried 33: of the 34 yard regulars!! especially snlor tackle t oVer our lornl links r \A I .
/U still our biggest problem Varsity In front to stay midway half with a seven yard TO around In the first half, the drive. Falcon' understudy,I John Spcngler who Coach: Second place'' went to A. I). g' ,
." Bradford High and the first quarter after left end. and his second Vraslty came roaring back to junior Larry ConneU, also tallied Hurse credited with plnylng (Hoc, ) Vincent and Randal JIfOTNBJI.RW tcUNTIIR"
Coach David Hurse said thla they recovered a fumbled punton extra point try was good. score three more TD's. Agner when he broke loose fora the best of his earner Bpeng- Chitty who hail a net of 60 J z
week In assessing his IDAS the Seniors' 32 yard' line. Senior quarterback Phil I recovered a Senior fumble on 23 yard 1 TD In the! cloning len according to Nurse! !, has Vincent "hot his !beet mt>i'* to 1IDINIaXfr
spring practice. It took the Varsity but !seven 'Elder kept the graduate in I the graduates 27 yard line, minutes for the final tally I really come around this season ditto' which Wit. a grim of '
Spring drills ended on a plays to !score with quarterback the lame with a 64 yard drive. Falcon carried for 31 of the "If we get them all out next rata the! couching staff In HI. Curt Mnlono and Ralph
successful note for the 'fJ -66 Donald Falcon setting up I The big play WM a 3+-yard I 21 yard and scored on another fall we'll really have us a really looking forward to whta llrynn were third with! a net Sun., Mon., Tuei..-June 6, 7, 8
varsity last Thursday as they the TD with an eight yard pass to end dente Peas to {She scamper around the end.Amer tmm:' Coach Nurse commented. I he can do In the Tornado of 83.
defeated the Seniors 31-41. burst to the five; Agner tookIt Varsity 12.: setting up an E14er. put another TD on forewsll next fall. We understand that IligwItmldlMh -- -
their second victory over their from there, bulling his way TD Just three plays later the boards In the last. eight! Tornado coaches had high "He has really looked greatKOCH'S I withdrew bocuuiM. of"llcavv I column.
Fon." but we hear
that the Fogg lifted about M. MI.
0.30 njn, 1 Cl
This pact week proved to
be good. fur nil xolfKi n.rtlrMrlts Dundee .
DRUGS had her beet. score oM43 I. fllgOayNilbglotr
-al l.RUrllnr l. 4 gMM
I this weekend we
are having our. <|imlirybiground ,
!* for the Club ChampIon STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 11M
Tournament. I hope we
have a rmvinl-brwnklng. turnout t 10:00: AM.
for this event .1 bncauM> 1 we

FOR HIM FOR HER than have ever more fjolfor now R. C. Kiddie Fun Show

We will have flight" of
sight, and all flights will have Prizes and Surprise
IH holes. match play l except.

t: the Ch.lnplon"htp Might, Bring Your R. C. Bottle .

nacusrA [ t. ;- .
spring" the Tornado
Complete Selection of the "Most Wanted" mentor said ... .":-._.. .: ..;,;.'.:...&....- _:: -.=xaok. <
i\\\\ )purse tamed l middle guard
For Young Men i \ 't_ Hutch ItrdJlnn. Mid Joey 1. .6
Reerr" tackles Jim (Kxlwln. ,

( /wENGLISlfLEATHER l+cuciliKeT; : For Young LadiesElect Andy May arid to.HpMwIrr."., Itorinle/ ; qimrd-Tomllrwon ( :' fi "

12 PRICE SALE!' ; rlc linebacker buck-llnrbocker Htrve Agnes Tllley. Quarterback rull-{=0 "O i" 1 )

IMnnld, Falcon half- ,
TRAVEL IRONS $3.98"ro bulk" Dwight Kldrr:I and Paul ;
BILL FOLDS 4 Mrl....jd .. standout. ;
Comh & llruih "With the Improvement| of

ReQ Now $$3 98 AI.I.I'UU"OSE1.1.. PURPOSEPOWDER( SETS l-oo UP depth some of problem our.younger I is pinking l boy,"let out /

$7.95 LOTION SHOWER terGus/ said If* namedtackle -
Andy Msyton. only a
OI'K.V: 7:30.IIOW: TI.MK 7:13:
ph'imore next year'. and
Tomlln/ -
Ronnie on M youngster A1IMIS8ION
$1.50 $$1.50 On Curd Lady Gillette Travel who will play a lot nut ADUI.IH. 75e .STUDENTS 60e
LANTERNSPowerful Sandy Hurutiwm. another .
year C'nlMrrn If ruler 12 Free
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tr.> help out fUmw and rxidletfcnitfls Thurs. Fri. Sat.-June 3 4 5
English! 00 $$200The J'lrt l SUM TOf'lnl..h Completely at fOnd), I,.ton Mor. *. ,
learn. SET 3 Femlnln/ Shaving 'are tan and Fxldle Htsmll will DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNo.
.Flout 4a95 Leather 1 UP help out Tllley and Pager

Arid & Grease $$1-98 AND 2-98 Chllson drrou'and top-no'rri give' the IfU.Torn.-nU a. I SO. I 2

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Perfect Gift That's FABERGE SETS $2.00Ambuih ) M trot] another sopht
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"HE" MAN Just !n Time 1'or and Tabu nt Rnsdr Joiner at fullback: ',
DESK LAMP arvl halfback ,
GRAIILtTION) Th re-to-for, weak err
Old Spice 'Idol rtwk. pfMltlnn\ U bx,klrur
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Canoe fighting I' out Main conlnl
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English Leather flattery Operated anrl' halfback< Calvin
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. Come S ee Our Wide !w1< 95 WRISTWATCHES s. .1.*.'. ,is m art the boy
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vvvVVVVYVYYVYYYYVYVV Church. Rev Reginald Taylor.I I 8pnnlI1R. Oa. were Sunday I I cousin of Randolph Crosby of that foods be thorougnly cuLled C.
I n&s at &this jneetinj.--J&5. Bookmobile
pastor. officiated 'assisted by! dinner guest of Mr. and Mt...J I I Maxvllle. FUneral" service I in the refrigerator at home [ I
MAX VILLEBy Rev. R T. Williams pastor of tin ford Higglnbotham were .in Starke Tuesday after-! then put In a portable Icebox NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED McNeil president.CIIL'KCII 'Schedule

Maxville: ,: Baptist Church. Interment Mis. Jimmy Higglnbotham'!: '|: noon with plenty of ice. NEWS I .
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I was In Long Branch of lawtey visited Sunday "If you plan andwlches. :I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYSCHOLARSHIP" New Bethel Baptist Church. The to1 awing schedule for
Mn. A. C. !SIM! II Cemetery. Mr. Godwin: a retired afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. LicensesThe take along the fixing under I Rev. A. Vinson. pastor Sunday the Santa Fe Regional Li
Phone us-"" postmaster of Maxvllle liuford HlgRlnbotliam. '.Marriage I refrigeration and make them School 10 a. m., Deacon J. R. brary Bookmobile Jia been

a..4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA died Saturday afternoon at Mr and Mrs. J. C Higgln 11- i i JUKI before mealtime" heI ,, derson. Music will be pro vie'3d:'!! Royal Jr. in charge. At 3 p. m. announced for June, July, andi
foLlowing )
.1 his residence. He was born in' botham and family of Lawtey marriage I'j I uti Id. "If you want potato ". by the RJE Band and Chorus the church will render servicesat i August:
l Issued the
PIIODEN[ PARTY Cloy County and resided here spent Saturday:! afternoon with censes were by salad keep the dressing lleaJI tf- The Baccalaureate Sermon Free Canon Metho4Ut I First and third Wednesdays

Larry Rhoden entertained at Ills entire life. lie was a member Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgln I I. County the Judge's office during*I ed and the eggs and potatoes I for the graduates was preached : Church Waldo. Rev. Robert'. '': Rahn'o Store, Roiford 9,:30
patty at the home of hlairrnts of the Maxvllle Baptl t botham. period. March through : parated/ umu the last mLnule. last Sunday morning at 10 Dell pastor. Choir No.2 wIll' to 10 a.m. State Farm (Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I' Church. Survivors are his wl-I I Patty English 'granddaughter May 21: Wash your hands. Don't o'clock by Rev. Eugene Brox- serve. At 3:30 p. m.. BTU Is !I Zaffke'), 10:10: to 11:20: ami
'hoden.' on McLelland Road' dow." Mrs. Viola Harris Godwin of Mr and Mrs. Buford IlIq- Jimmy !Milton\ Bowen( and II mix any foods with your hands ton. pilncipal of Fl'"Ienden! held with Mrs. Marie Thomas i Lawtey: Hampton' Store

Friday night for a ,group of II i iU a daughter. Mrs. Joyce'' gtnbotham. is spending this,,, Sandra Kay Solano; Robert if you have a cut or noratch i iI High School of Marlin Fla. in charge. !! 11:30 to 12:03; Strawberr\.
I, young friends. Games were t' Padgett three sons. William week! In Hllllard with her aunt i!j':I Jesse Lyons and Barbara Jean on them. A Cityvt lie! Revival was held '' Wharf, 12:10: to 12:40: p.m.
'>layed and refreshment scrvd. -' H. Godwin. Bobby Lee God and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. E. D Kite: iJo& Lee Adams and Linda -I "Una canned and bottled : The ClaM Night programwas May 17-27 with Rev. Furtclson1 I 1! Second and fourth Fridays: '

I win. and Billy Ross Godwin, HlRtinootham!; and sons. ',j Ann Strobo; Ave Alfred I food whenever possible and : presented In the Cafetor- of Mt. Pleasant Mithodlst I Breaker (near Green'.* Store), I
'1 I li>m Monday night at 8 0'-
A group of youngsters en- i all of Maxvllle. three sisters, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higglnbotham Godwin and Maryzena Whit- I open these Just before eating. clock. Church, Gainesville as guest ,.I 9:15 to 10:15: ...m. Graham I IMrll.
?rtlned with) a-party Friday I Mrs. Lennie Harris and Mia and sons of HllllardI'|I aker: Troy Richard Jones and I ,Watermelon or other fruit willi I mlnistcr. There were flInt i ( Lefevers'), 10:30: to
light at the Maxvllle Civic I Pansy Knight of Maxville., and'' spent Friday and Saturdaywith 'Brenda Joy Green; AJphonso i be better dessert than pantries, Candidates for graduation candidates for baptism and I,I I ii::15. Hampton, (across from I
Olub Everyone enjoyed playing Mrs. Oertle Eunice of Lawtey. Mr and Mrs. BufoidHigglnbotham. 1 Jenkins and Ruby Lee Revel: I i especially any with cream nili ate: Mslvina Baker Ola Mae 1 seven joiners of previous former grocery store), 11:30to :
.;ames and refreshments were I Iprvl'd. 1, four brothers Quincy Godwin. i Morris Carter Jr. and Sandra i I ing. Carrots and celery store I r Brown, Herschel Bryant. I church affiliation. Baptism' 12 noon. Starks. : QrifaaI I

Several guests from I!: of Tampa. Cephus Godwin of,Ii Avory Slade visited Friday Lynn Butler; Mlllard Ray i well. A number of foods..canj James Butler Dottie Sue I IChandl Filday. June 11, at'T' p. m I Loop (Rev. Lee's road), 12:I 15I
Baldwin attndrd the party. 'i i Maxvllle. Tommy Godwin of afternoon in Hampton with Judd. Jr. and Lavlnla Eliza j be frozen!: put In the portable ?r. Sylvester Covlngton.; ,' Church rehearsal for Choir,j I to 1:15 p.m. 811 Florida St. I I
DIAMOND D RANCH NEWS Gainesville and Denver Godwin I beth Reames: Gerald Lee 1 icebwt and be thawed by pici Elizabeth Crurn. Henry Danzy. I
|I his parents, Mr, and Mis. W. I .- N'o. 2 at 4 p. m. Thursday 1:30: to 2 p.m. Library. 213;
Hung Riders Club of the'I of San Diego. Calif., and. M. Slade. BranUey and Aria Juanita i me time. Cleveland Davis, Rufus Don- June 1. All members arc urged I| The Bookmobile to off the

Diamond D Ranch held their w\cn grandchildren. John M.. Patty Panlsh of Jacksonville Griff: John Henry! Morris. "CuHtard-hlleJ pastry III' 181 AWARDED ley, Shirley Durham Benjamin to be present! and on time. We road the hut week In AugustI
practice ride Saturday night! Brinkley Macclenny! was in' University was home for I Jr. and Beverly Lorraine L lone of the moat common oources -I Miss Mae LaU Bright Franklin. Larry Griffin. | welcome our new membeis.]I I and the first week tn Seplem-

at the arena. Youngsters as charge of arrangements. 'I;I the weekend with her patents I Priest; Elijah Padgett and of food poisoning but pro. i daughter .of Rev and Mrs. Fnrlene, Hasan. Marcus Ham- and are hoping for others to I ber. The fall and winter Mhcdi .
well as adults practiced JumpIng I I The community extends j r; Mr.\ and Mis. D. J. Panlsh and I Betty Jean Padgett; Jimmy ceased: meats. especially ham. Daniel L. Bright of Lawtey.. itton. Dorothy Hankerson. I Join us In the future. -Mrs. i ute will resume Tueaday, Sept
Louis Sweat and Annie Mae James Houston. Hou.-I
barrel racing etc. Anyone their sympathy to the family.! family. I C>I.Ibe dangerous. Symptoms I was awarded a $300 scholarship -*| Mary Maurice J. White reporter. .

interested In participating may PERSONALS |: Mi and Mis Billy Padgett I Sweat Lady ;Meadows Allen Percy Poole Smith Gerald and of food poisoning Include to Bethune-Cookman I i iColleKe I I Johnson ton. Ruby John Jenkins.Mann.Betty Neal''i Greater Allen Chapel AME I
do *3 by contacting. the Ranch'', Leondlas North of Green purchased a new house trailer ; vomiting and otter diarrhea.I In Daytona Beach for ,. .Church: Sunday School 10 a. '
hprl' Everyone Is Invited toat.n1 Cove spent Saturday night! last week and are living by I, Blankenshlp and Murley :Fae The} effects may become evident the fall term of 1905-66. The f Marshall. C1arence Mitchell.Edward j I II m. with Miss FannIe! Bell Frazter -I I STARKE
Minnie Pearl
Browning James McBride
;I an take part for an en- with Mr. and Mrs. John North I his parents. Mr. and Mrs. El- : almost Immediately or t scholarship was awarded by {I' In charge. Love Feast 11 ,
Jov.tble aftrmnon. Practice and family. wood Padgett I I Warren. in and Shirley Ann' two or three days later." Gamma Lambda Chapter I I[ 1e Parks. James PHtman a .m. Holy COmmunion 6 p.
Boree; Billy Ray Miller and I I Lillie Mae Powell. Hayward
rides arp Ivlcl evry Saturday Mr. and !Mrs. Roger North ,, Mr. and Mrs. R B. Crosby Mary Louise Schmitt: Leon- Zeta! Phi Beta Sorority Inc.j'|: Randolph Wlnfr L. Sherman i' m with Rev, L. A. Sampson In'' BUSINESS
starting at 7:30 p. m A con- and family of Ja.ck80nvWe.1 rLcondlas r I of Starke visited Friday with I Salvation Army She also received: an Lugene')' charge. All members and
ard DoA lz11t Sturgis and Annie Clarence Singleton
;I I Iprt'5ldrnt
-ps-slon stand I li or'cn for re- :! North of Green Co**, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Cros for outstanding leadership\ friends are invited to attend
efreshments. Dun. urs! n'soltjeing 1 .,t1'5. John North. Claude and : I. Beatrice Hansen; Owen Lewis: Truck To Visit of the "ZIIIII.< Strong Truman C Strong! I these services. DIRECTORY
Norman and Gloria Annette Annie Tyson. Henry
made for a iai: "o t) b'itld Helen North. Mr. and l.trs.I \ I,by.Mrs.. Mae Lola Is a 1963 graduate BIBLE SCHOOL
Paul Harbert and chil- Wil VACATION -
Btubbs: James Russel Starling Carnell Williams. Leon A. ;
\ at the a'Crt.1n be near 'I Pave coverdale and Austin Each Tuesday of RJE High and will graduate '
dren moved the last of the \ITTO REPAIRS
and Atlle Lena Avery: Allen liams. LouLse Greater Bethlehem Free
future. More information on,.. Ellis: all attended a North from Voluota County Community Odla-I
I, week from the Claude Greenhouse Franklin Ellison and Barbara The Salvation Army truck r phlne Williams and Will Baptist Church will have
?ht4l1I be given at a latcr I frmTIy minion Sunday at College in Daytona
: {|I to the Clifton Nolan Jane McKinney: Ralford:! I will lie in Starke each Tuesday Wilson its Vacation Bible School program Earl'a Garage
datI' Camp Glenn.i Beach on June 1.
I house. Wendell Barber and Annie for a house-to-house. pickup I NOTICE \I June 14 through :$th. ALL KINDS OFACTO
SCHOOL NEWS i .Rev R. T. Williams, pastor ,.1. C. Frtsoee, of Mr. Miss Helen Franklin
I I son Reba Stewart: Robert David i of clothing shoes, furniture Heroines of Jerlco and! Ruth i I Registration fee Is 50 cents for : REPAIR UORKA01
Friday marks the,last] day or Maxvllln Baptist Church and Mrs. George Frisbee of daughter of Mr and Mrs. :
Rhoden and Mary Louise Me appliance magazines children from one to six years
No. 18. Mrs. Sophia
of this school term with summer THI able to leave the Brad-l I I Baldwin was last Tuesday' Gee; William Paul Reames, papers and other articles that j Robert Franklin of Lawtey. is Lodge I old. and tl for children from Work GuaranteedPhone
Royal. W M. desire all members 969-2064
vacation 'for Fold County Hospital in''I of I I a 1961 graduate. of RJE and Is
beginning<< and Wednesday night guest Jr. and Belinda Louise! Sheffield anyona wishes to donate. to meet on June 9 fori I II seven years up. Parents are So. Walnut.! SUn*.
imdrnts. June 6. Bac- Stark! Saturday after several now a lien lor majoring in ,
; Sunday; Wayne Bell.
; Malcolm Lee Sauls and Persons winning to have article 'I buslneaa of vital Importance. asked to register their children
alaureate Services-.for '.the days confinement. Ellis Oiddens of Jackson- Barbara Jean Turner; Mich-I picked up may cull The I home economics and foorU administration : be present and on time I before' June 14 The AUTO SERV1CBI
1.965 graduating Class of 'Mrs. John North visited ville visited Saturday with Mr. art Dale Wells and Sandra 'Salvation Army at Jacksonville .I at Tu ke<{i-e Institute I -Mrs. Leola! :Morris. reporter. school will open dally at 9 a. I -
Bttldwln HUfh School wlU ''be Sunday afternoon at High and Mrs. James Coleman and I OaU Craft. ....tI 353-4343. | Alabama She receivedthe m and close at 12 noon Par Gilbert S. Brown
with Mrs. Orace Huldah E. Owen prim Dell Chapter No 168 OFS I
held In the school gym. On Springs ,
daughters.Mrs. enta asked to send their
are Standard Oil Rrrvlo. SUtloa
Monday night. June 7. .at 8 North. from the School of Home will meet Thursday June 10
1: Lula Harris returnedto 436 FoodPoisoning -Trl-, I children no they may learn
Kiddie Shows and Administration. at 8 p. m. at the Masonic Hall : ATLASI
Economics Food -
I r m. graduation exercises for Mr. and Mrs. Rotter North her home here Saturday how to tine the Blbls and understand -
47 senior! witf twTttM! also at, .and ,ehUdmn were 1n-Alma. after spending ,several das!: In, Cases Set Each FridayAt on Brownlre St Business It better.-L. C Mc- 1 I TIRES & \TTERre
'hc'rym. CMnsratAiatlenn\ and Oa. the ttrst of this week to the Ed Fraser Hospital In I A letter from the Dean of to be transacted officers Cutchen. \reporter; Elder Louis Budc! .t Terms -Road ServIce:
So Far This YearThe I I
'>'Ir."Richard Dlck& rl. mJlreDMtVemd'thA'band rt81e- for Mrs. north's sister Miss Mr. i lire to be congratulate] on -Mrs. C McNeil. piesldent ]I I UOT N. T..npto Stark..
and Mis. Wilkinson
Buddy State Board of Health .
An R-C Kola KldJle: Fun Dell W PACXIMtRV
( 1nemp Diana Waters: '" fine record which enables I
of Clay Hill visited Sun hits reported 414 case of food I your 1
Is scheduled at the Florida NEVI'4American I
'bt't' skating;party Mr. and'Mrs. B. F. Coleman Show you to become the recipient of j' HURST'SService
day afternoon with Mr. and far thin
poisoning year a-
at 10
each Friday
Tuesday siHcht of this week aSk \ and da4tht Of Jacksonvilleopent Theatre such an honor. Tiukexee In- Legion Auxiliary
1telan4' -'In' ....Jac1ulon..111e.This .the.wfkend* fwrv'"withMis. I Mrs. Henry Caiter. I KHlnat 298 for the similar ,. a. m. beginning June 11. I stltute l is proud of your a- 314 will meet at 6 p. m. VIon- WILLIAMSJEWELRY Station
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Helm period last year and warned i day June 7 interestedmembers Caa Olta Lubrication
party was, .given In appreciation F. B. Coleman and< have e 'AdmL lon in six R-C bottle I rhU vrment and proud of you.:' All '
returned their home ( that the number ran Increase -
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to the,members lor Donnie. cape The shows will be wellChtipt.rontd. C()!VIM ENCKM: ENT; I i are asked to be present -
here after a weeks vacation with warmer weather
1 as there Is bu OoudyeiuTlrM It Battarttw
their' '-wonderful prizes will be given I Convmmcement exercises for special
'Mrs.\ Jessie
and son. unloHH'
with relatives
Canton Ohio. proper precautions are I ROAD 8KRVTCTB: :
during the school,year. Lester Blade and Mrs. W. M Mr. taken.A. I and the movies will be' 39 numbers of the graduating REPAIRS
and Mra. Bob
Mm. f lAmontt amt Mrs.Houglas's Blade of Hampton; stopped for and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. MorrlHon Jr. director: I strictly for the kids. !I class of RJE Hlih School will SEPTIC TANK AND MACHINEENGRAVING SHEET; ": :METAl WORK
I be held at 8 oolork!( tonight DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION
fourth atu- short visit
grade a Monuday morning! .
E.: Wallhausen. Gall McLung of the board's DIvlHlnn of Sanitation I I
rtpnt*"enjoyed a:trip last week !wIth Mrs A-vory Blade enroute and Henry Wellhauscn spent said most foods spoil i I Thursday! In the RJE Cafe- Thompson Sheet
to $6t'August:-A very In rj..t.'tna to' Jacksonville to take W: M Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. more quickly In hot weather I': torlum The Salutatorian. Hack Hoe Work SCHOOL JEWELRY
day'was, enjoyed! bjr*ll. saade. DEATH NOTICE* Houpltal where Is II way. YOU write. Come In and: tbe Valedictorian. Benjamin All! Work
he scheduled I Typen!! Metal
their end ,
sympathy to the familyof that some ran become: Fill Dirt and Top Soil L D. BRACELETS
select favorite, ESTER- Fi anklln, will make the main
Funeral your
8a.muei to \
serrtcea' for undergo surgery on Tues Mrs. Gloria Brousseau. Mrs. contaminated In only ilv houis KSTTIMATES.: : FABRICATION
F.vemf: ondwin. 1Jf1.'were held' day.. BROOK Fountain Vrn.TKI.KTKI.EORAril. ; !: >Fadtlreaaes.' *. HHADFORD SEPTIC CHARMS, ETC. AND LNSTALLATION
BrosHcau by bacteria
died rapldly-niultlplylnjf
flora -
at 2 p. m. 'afternoonat *fl/n Hope Holiday of Starke injuries sustained In a motor I ." ,: : : j Diplomas will be nward/vl bv TANK COMPANY: 'J fleeting & Air Caad. Systems

the Long Branch Baptist. and .Michael Waters of -Ft. cycle accident. She was the I On outing. he auggoiileil1'I Pupt. T. L. Ca.scy. and specialrned.tla I'hone 9f.9-2.1l1'; : Stark. .'Ia. j 1 Ph. IW4-O714 Rd. 16"'- -Rt. 1

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Houpt; 19200.!>> man Duval County. 6000.
Property T. J. and Effle AldermAn to I James L. and Lea J Templeto
Edward R. and Lillian S. In- M. A. and Lucille L. Payne for ever q
Bvnlath.. Hampton;; $1.200. !I 6333. lp'M

TransactionsThe Nancy I.. Knight to Will Vnev ,.... Sr and N. ram t
Hewn Smith: $48.000. K. Eagle. Duval County. to r l

Ed I*. Thomas Co., Jackson- ...,.tar r. R.>bcl tlIOn. Duval
following deeds were vli\ ,.,. to James T Moore and County; $1.200.
recorded In the Bradford' Fred Cone. Stark; $3.300.: I i I Janet C. Bowden Bradford

County courthouses from Jan Robert and Hlldur\ Wahlln < County to Herbert J. and ,
4 through May 18. Amounts fn n L and Lucille LoveU: Jessie B. Bitter. Bloomfirld. : 1tN ome

shown were indicated;! by documentary 1700. N. J. $4.300.Rutherford. ,.
stamps. and transactions Gerald. R. and Corinne C. t W and Dorothy: {' \ii-ii"t

n under. $1 000 are not Halvorsam to Wllhelm and Omen Reese to H.I.. and } "t
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listed: I HildPGtard\ ( Bensch; $5 .000. I, Harriet R. Rlcharde: $2.500: i

A. Z.. Jr and Dorothy W. N. S. and Mildred Daniel Nell H. and W H Nollman

Adklns to Belinda Sheffield; I St. Cloud County. to J. E. and to Daniel R. Weeks: $3.700.
8000. I Ramona M. Tomlinson; $16.- i i Vernon J. and Mary E. For- Westinghousettr .
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L. C. and Cowtte Sapp to I 500. yth to Edward R. and Lillian I I ) I

Richard P. Tomllnaon; $4.300. Ramona and J. E. 1-omlln- ,j S. Xngenlath. Hampton 10. i / 1
James L. and Shirley Nrill I son to Marcus E. Jackson and

Andrews. Starke. to Albert A. W. T. and Margaret O. Jack- I 000.Milton J. and Lola M. Whit. '

Jr and Mary B Longcharap. I son. Sr.: 10400. temore to Albert F and Nclle J

Jacksonville. ; $1.000. W. H. and Bessie M. Ana.lIOn. .,.- I P. Garner Sr.; 3500. VALUE SPREE 85'
The Otto Corp., Keystone Duval County. to E. D. : W. T. and Margaret O
_. _-:0: Heights to Mae H. Pearsall. and Viola C. Allen. Hampton; Jackson Starke to Albert A.

Rev. Jim Strickland: Me'rot' !; $1.600. i $1.100. I Lonjrshamp Jr.. Jacksonville:
Mae H. Pearsall to The Ott j John B. and Hazel Bradleyto I 1800.

Coip.; $30.000.James I Earl R. and Enna Dor It y; i Charlie E. and Thelma B.
Appreciation Expressed L. and Shirley Neill $3.000. I Johns to The CommunityState FAMOUS ONCE-A-YEAR NATIONWIDE SALE !

I Andrews to William C. and Donald L. and Miriam Bank of Starke: $33.750:
Tribute To Pioneer PreacherDear
Etna F. Dixon; $6.200. I Helmly Duval County to Oeorge W. and Nancy Roberta -

Harold D. and Lena J. BIIi i Raymond K. and Edith N. to R. J. [Jack 1 Andrews;

Mr. Matthews: even at the age of 83. much ree. Duval County to Carl Clark and Fred' H. and Mabel S3. ()8.W. .
I feel that I must write a younger people than he. come Leven and Kathryn Richards Lee Clark. Jr.. Duval County. B. and Ethel O. Sewellto \ NEW BUDGET PRICED WESTINGHOUSE FROST-FREE

few words for publication exptp.isintf ,, to him. sick as he Is. to ask Cavendish of Aldcrson. W I IVII. $8..000. Board of Public Instruction -
gratitude for the questions concerning where to .: $3.500. 1 Harvey and Ruby Greene to I Bradford County; $1.300

wonderful tribute paid to my 1 I find certain passages or correct Vernon and Sylvia Reddish I, Bobby and Carolyn K. Dyal. i Mae M Brsn en. Duval' REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER

husband. Jim Strickland. at ,: answers In the Bible to Bobby Gene and Mary I Brooker: $1.700. I County to Charles E. Malnre,
the recent Homecoming at' This\ will probably be the Agnes Ferguson: $1.233 I Arthur L and Irene Brew- i Jr.; $...000. t

ions Branch Baptist Church. last diurch service he will'' L. D and Charlie Lou Vin- key to O. W and Verna Mae Earl H. and Eunice O Bowery ,, J Never Defrost Again

These services were the moat ever be able to attend. We all Ing. Starke. to Leonard C> liens: $3,900.: to Norman R. and AnnaB. '

Inspiring that I have ever at* knew that cancer .APE'clally' and Jacqueline. W. Johns Jr.I I I H. C and Martha\ D. Wall VtcLeod Hialeah P7e. iL512. .1 1.'nlMt."rp. in llefrltternlor t Section and
tend 'd. In the mouth. threat and Hampton. $13000. and George W and Nancy. W $0000 a .
Il llui{. 119! l.b. l'ret'er "Cnhler'nd", \
As most of you know. Jim '1 1H'ad. where. is no possible way James Thomas and Carrie Roberta Jr to M A and Lucille I Holmes Lumber CompunvjHrknonvllle : ''
('adinFenturhtQ> Encluthe! 7 nay 1t'8t
was seriously ill in the Brad to treat it, does not play witha Prevail. St.. Titusvllle to I L Payne 13.300. to Clarence W .
ford County hospital and It pei I'IIOIwry loRII'r' All we can I Board of Public Instruction of I Dixie. Acceptance Coip I and Sue Thomas.. LAW try I li..p..rKl't'p.-. Even: llamburvrr For One

looked Li If he would have to do i 1.*. bi resinned, to our fate Bradford County: 3500. I Jacksonville. to William F 1 S9 000.I F P Full Week. IM.l'S' : Butler Keeper ":Ill{

rolM the annual Homecoming but It lA. comfort to know I Mrs Kathryn U Lraman to i tower.. $2.830: I LAK411 C. Conner to Rslolgh I Shelf. and Adjustable t Shelf.

at Long Branch. but some of I thai after he depart from us. I J C and Joanne 3 Sawyei ,t J. D. and Vernle! PMlllw 1 Vernon and Olelta Virginia ;i lv-.t. ,

his friends knowing how we' can all meet. him In the. and T H and Flora J. H'ado.' ; Odom. Jr to L J. Kite $10- Crosby $14,000.Dorothy f' '

much the services meant to home prepared for those who $6.600 OOO. : Pearl ROM to BObby / I
him. managed to "borrow"' have lived a* he has taught A. J. and Jean S. Thomas.Jr : Mllo R. and Katie L. Smith. L. and Carolyn JI'. Taylor m Value Spree Price .

him from the hohpiul! for a for the last 64 yean. to John H. Powell' \ and Lawtey. to Louis :M MrCvaney $11.400 ,.
few hours I sincerely think each and Luther O. Powell\; $3.000. Lawtl"'; $3.000 Gilbert N. and Gladys Ooldwlnr .

John Brlntley. cclnny every one ,who had a part In Minnie Olbnon Oranger. : Ethel: A.. and E. Eric Blrk. to II. it!. and Harriet. R r '

mortician was very cooperative Uelplng Jim to hare one more, Cecil and Gertie Faye QltMuit. I Maryland to Carl F Met, RtrhKrde: $13000 .95
providing the ambulance I .enjoyable wornhlpful service Lake Butler to Leslie F.. and I Calif. $3.000. Rae. Kaufmsn Bhanbrom. d --

for the trip from the hospital in the Long Branch Church. I Lucille WhtUthead Lake Butler I L. E. and Ethel M. Jones I Ohio to A. J and Eva Mae 299 W.T.

to the church; and staying by This include even) the smallest : $1.800. I, County to K W Thomas, Starke: I.8HO r
Jim the whole time, to see 'I child who, cam by and W H. and Nelle\ H Noll- Toinltnaon. Duval County T H M.. Corp Jacknotivllle

that he wag well taken care ,: shook hands ."U> him at he man to James Vernon. BUulv $3 000. I'' to Arthur R Jr and Margin,
of. lay on the stretcher. Jr and Easter': Bonifay Blade; Mack S and Adeline E. P. Klefer Oolneavtlle U.Il00.Of'raltJ Modal' RJF 43

It was a wonderful experience 'I, It was a great tribute to the $6.000 Fulch Alachua County to L. M. and Margaret M
for "the old wilderness man who held the first Nome- James" D. and Jewel D N and Pearl K. Plokerlng.SUrke \ Million Bradford County, to
,, Bradford County to Jeanne n Lotnb.rd I. Oalne'*-
preacher." even though he remained coming lit !/>n.r Casey $13,700
Colon II and N. Theres Da Nora E. Rob sills! $3.700Mary
on a stretcher the entire Just 52 years ago I John F and I
time lie did not realize Friends will\ be interested., to vie Jacksonville $3500 m on. Duval County to B. Powell' to Cecelia T
,wonderful Henry P. and Dorothy O Lacey J and Msvsbt' C Nnrt Terwdlegmr $21.000.
that he had ton many know that I am staying for
Hill I MrClellan to United", Stales I t I \WESTINGHOUSE 5,000 BTU
friend. In the Clay the present 'with my son and .
return: aim\' Baldwin. Jacksonville. family! the Charles Fields at Finance Company.\ Jacksonville

LB.wtry..nd other 10888 Turin Drive In Jacksonville $3500.Vlrgt aae raswasas"WtF
locations 80 many wonderful and we brought Jim here
beloved friend cam- A and Alice C DeVsne and
dearly from th- hospital la-st week
by the stretcher to speak to He is getttmi along very well 'Harvey D. and Mary Frances t With/ Full Year Replacement Guarantee Offered
DuVane. $30000 .
him and he we.< o h.ppy0 at present I
see so many friends of years ,, William L..nd )nary C
May God bless each and
Only By Westinghouse,
long gone by. every one of you Harrell. Duval County to -oS --J.
84' on; James E. and Evuiyn Ann Burpcss. ce%' -- -
It was Just years ago Bessie: Strickland yiura .
May 9 that Jim gave his life Bovettr Lawt y $24.000 -- j lVrlli4 iwily' 30 found 'install in "lnutt'M
to the Lord and was baptuted J E and Hasel M. Wsl. Jr ; Ull//! Yew Zip' Kit.

In a fpriiia that he had dug May Was Columbia County to William Wherein I meditate on thaecund p chaklten.So: ,,..,.. .. r JUSt t flog In Like A 1 Lump Operate on 11.1

a. a source of irrigation for a L and Mary C Harrell Jacksonville coming of J .u.. and the days pass swiftlywe rte. s d r .,pee'- Volt /Amp..

.widow, Mrs Ie hon. In the Dry Month I : 12000. ElmerO the beauty of the world lie >lave had rain and I have t : I -: '-.- AluminumVruppcr ,I- Completely, ln( .(.
imuthern part of Florida Just Katttmlne T Hobbs. who Days and )labuia llfU his planted my llttl garden The fA IVrmanent '
four weeks lalr. he preached An .".ra-re, of only 1.SI and Elisabeth Smith Hoi- heart t3 Oud with hU hands neighbor can have It when I Y J

hU first ...rmon.t Browns inches of rain fell In Bradford -, gen to Marian C and Rue 'A wind came up oat of tl.> "leave. I love this poem E.1E1 ; :

Mill in that area. bunts during May 8111( Smith Craig.: WUlard\ T HowardL. sndDertrude .r., Lord Jesus, be our Holy Quest F t ji: Value Spree Price $.1i'9:0
Smith to
Slue then he has and pastored of compare the with same S month NO' Incheniduring last and! Carmella C II Ostten And aaldOh MM./" make Our rest morning' joy. our evening j
over 80 churches part I room for me.
tothree year The 5O year average for! $3.000 'I And with our dally' bread Impart.
that time was assigned: at the' May la 273 Ind'.... | Pal 1 H and Clara Bell* This Is the opening of apoem \ LESS FEDERAL TAX g QQ
or four pulpits '
I learned &long man. and '
No woods nres wr, Bradley. Clay County, Thy love and peace U every
each holding report1e ,
same time. with M SchwarUwatder.Krywtone "U1 low. for the wind has always Sleep Cool Tonight
'I James
services one or twice! a'
month He thought' nothing or the Florida rarest Service in I F L and Durethy J. VM1- Last line suys "It crooned the GRAHAM CIIACKHU:: CAKES : And All Summer ...
walking far a* MkidleburgIwtey. !. Bradford County. Rainfall irtiortenUite.' 1 !.
a* New llama,. to P H and Mary Run'! churchyard with a sUli. end eup cup $11201
UM week was: i
Maxvllle. BAldwin and I during ( sold. 'not and quiet lie sugar 3:I beaten' egg yolkn. Sea
O3 i iInih. B. Lotl.' Sr Hampton$3.0OO: yet : M> AM. FKDKKAI.TAX(: ) :
other places near or fAr. In'' River Inch: Highland cm ..pnon vanilla, l4 cup flour \\K: UKFI
OtarVes L and \Urjorte TPhlppn. This Lot t line U for UVMT ,
order to fill his engatremrntuHe : Hanta Fe. 1 09 itches: D Iu'.1 County, to TJT- who have gone before us. and ,' m tap talking powder l'4' :NOW" ( -:NO' WAMINJi:' ( r.NTII!: JULY.
did this not for a salary : top sell. 34 grarMin. cracker.crb.had .
K': and Catherine I Wlinnrui speaks to me this mornlnar
34 milk 3 stiffly
amply I Start. $" 000 Home day Jesus has promlwxlto cup
, ...... Hl.MT nrl" fw u.. HoUU V Knight to CUIr come againIn the heaven beaten egg while
: the lord to .."rvr Him writ. (.... In and'letert Cream shortenn and sugsr -
mi torn $4000L he will& and the graven
J As far a education a, w'. H Knlirht appear add yolk and vanilla beat WESTINGHOUSE HEAVY DUTY
ar tararlU PJrTR: White-
y K and May Belie will be opened and tl1"who" 19::' PORTABLE TV
I know It today I &s toncenrt: DRunK F....'.... Pea TlILAAPIL t wad to CaKin J and Marl kw. Jesus will be snatched up well Add gifted flour and dryknrnvlteiits

I Jim has always been and still (. with him to take on Immortal.' alternately with Wren' ":
, Is. uneducated But even now graham rrumhn and milk mIll
My and bf with Jesus through
1 In vg whites flake lit D g 13'
!I eternityTt.wpe '' well gresuwx] and floored pnJ MASKWASHER

Free Lube With Oil Change walking day dawn I the have country been', Chneobite 0 dl'tlT'or& icing .U 30 we-d minute on this

road and reurn which add
up to three and a half mile
\ I sm trvln to m..* _tron_. wi HBa 'FUL HfNTn: When
\ you want fltiirer. nun polish f'' Super Deluxe
) '
Free Safety 1 I cane tm down to heap Mgr
touch up to dry quKkfy put
orulerful ynting mortician your Iln..'... In Uie cold deep ftif M At A

Inspection (; < : n01'1'.1 WHtbPrT Nulls home*.. open In Oak'hu tress unnl"'" palUiri setjHere "st_ True Value Price

'kT < '" IK a prsirer I wrote forMsr -
Park next month wtilrh i-
.\ m \ ... FICIIIAV II >9io June A I walk I sing pray I flloux City I/wa. u..lly: hasndlew huge 15 lb.
g.n'"Ah '' )
TIn( : and meditate on ttte thlrurs
'' al., O man of MI1'UW1I.JUr tavVrr. i I ,i' ,
family Uvrs by I say. work '
help us to .realize Thy Will not unbalance. ii
< play love and worship" are the
Of thing that make life worthwhile ,I Vep suffering for our sakeTwnr : : i i 'l->Vu..her cyrlen '
let us surrender our lives
: and have' nr-snlng AI to Th- Anon Hiif 'ti U. ,C. motor and l
family tNt hag dilly Bible rugged l heiivy duty Imn
Hope when I caw to Flnr @ -
reading tank, h-fote ra'InJC' ;
Ida you all rome 'to the open mission. dvHJKned to prevent
; and Sunday wrrsi. Jr;> wlU hold ..
GATEWAY PURE OIL tMrto1lt II"'Id not go far Inc of the Oak Park Funeral) MODEL P3029 qk natty repair />ilfc.KtrliMlw .

.font The ehr/1ri ,.t\u' Home to see us 19" Portable TV wIth Bit t : /. "Ihubir) Action

t.-a -. -He.. :5TM: p..!mrea and Clod blewi vmi everyone \V....hlnir"w from
'-Love lairs Smsrlf/" portal: TV f. lures All
SERVICE STATION 'L '1'1. Pray'Perhaps In'' ii W..lin..hou....
82 channel IJHF/ VMK Tun''"..
on we sn'' "or* srYf'"
t'' S. 301 OICTII( ,here alone for a pur:
a Mile of the vUdotn we Meet MondayTh Safety' t el.l copintf' An,
h.v- te.rred from experlrnrv U-in, 5-lrvch Ov al l f'M Sp u l..'. Price I '
Under Management Of Sidney BeasleyYou and prayer We can aloaysVtmf Bradford County fhll-'i 2 <>pe Tuner.Value.d UuwiMl. / SslSCto/; 00UHF MATCHING Only

for the your. the rrsnd- riren'. Comtnltte will meet atmm
children, th* church th* Mmxtar. June 7 In Ute Spree Price DRYER

achy )4. our president and QopVn ReotaunuH I. C C*M. |I IftlrHtM $
Are Invited To Come Out and Help Us Celebrate- lexers. and our soldjrrsvrrr of .p.eto| .ervleea .. ,, 169.95 $21995
Only "
bre. gentead Trammar Center In 139.95 .
Coffee I Is On The House For Mom and Dad and r Ivre as I walk! the lowly' (itneHte). wfl be gu..t I

tJ1nc: whit* clouds and listen speaker Ofnrcrs for the new '
Free Balloons For The Kiddles. to case arms .f tttfon ....... The year will be sleeted at trite
farmc-r" 'rm'lors. followed tone You Can Be Sure If It's Westinghouse

by a cloud of dual aroM th* I I,

Liberal Terms On All ftelda. are planting rartkOnt
Budget TIIK Kioirr FOLK fee UN/
field or oafs la op pretty and BLADE GAS
REPAIRS TIRES BATTERIES fyvwn. The clover and alflJfala way f_ writ. C- hs and OF STARKE4"Quality
.. .
a beautiful orpM of gre n.X twlpt year f "rlt :1ITra.:
JUtCKtlC fMSkUlai .*.. Tr.LL- .
AND ACCESSORIES plan to help In the Bhniekbooi. GILU'II.I and Service"I

the walk of June '7'1|1 I
I and sttail fed happy with Uv





TRURSn.\y. JUNE 3. 19'5

I rIGRT-A __________________ BRADFORD COUNTY TEtEORAPH STARKE.FLORHA. _ _ _ __ l

I Brooker Preacher Relives arose phant from and ascended the tomb into trium-hea- I "Project Simpler" To Improve Summer 1 Students To Be OfferedA I I I acre and; English Gorernmsnt Miss' Sue Usage: Morris Mr.and:Oram'Jacol-Voc '..

That's the Important
Pilgrimage To The Holy City ven.thing! CHURCH ASCS Services To Farmer tlonal Home Economics Mrj.

'Wide Of L. H. Gibson: Personal Typing,
I Another point of special interest Variety SubjectsBradford I I

By Jim Temple of OIlvp; and catrhes the first. to me was the Valley NEWS Services to farmers will beUnproved nationwide project. Recommendations ,I Mrs. Pansy Read. anj Modern
crossed this while administrativeand are also being .Mathematics Connie Clark.
llnip-.e of the Holy City a 01 Cedron Jesus -
I rejoiced because they said tin ill of excitement racs valley many limes either go operating cut are reduced sought flout officers of film County azhoala w ill Driver Ed. and: swimming BUS principal.The .

to me. "We will BO up to the through tin- bJily, The City tug to the Temple or other NORTI1S1DK BA1TISTSchedule i If "Project Simpler'' attains organizations! Members of offer a variety of courses for I i' classes will run from June 14 Ii ab ve courses will meet

house of the Lord."Ami now gleams! in the sunlight and Its places In Jerusalem.! Across Cl lURCH ,, Its objective.: Secretaryof Congress State Governors students in grab's: 1-12 durIng -, to July 23. for si. week .iom June :21

we have set foot within your fenture.s piujmil a strikiim and the vall.-y Hie slopes of the Agriculture Oi'vllle L. Fieo- and! officers of business organizations the coming! summer Other courses and contact through July 30.

gates, 0 Jerusalem. In such a picturesque sceiu- Time U Mount& of Olives are an Im- of services! : Sun- man recently aimuuiiued' Uu and cooperatives serving months according to Summer I teachers Include: Remedial Tutoring services may be

manner as above pilgrims of needed to( absorb all the Implications presklve sight. Down in the duy School 10 a.m. Worship special program to simplify agriculture. Program Coordinator L. II. and Develcr.mnt Reading: offered. If demanded. Generally

old addressed the Holy City. of that initial view valley the Tomb of Absalon Is 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Training operations of the Agriculture "Project( SIMPLER will further Gibson. |, Mrs. Bernise:: Hopkins (Grades tutoring in special subject -

In words similar to these of the city. As one ponder In full Iew. Much history Is I Union 7 p.m.Wednesday. Stabilization and Conserva- increase the efficiency of I Courses win be conducted 7-121 ; AmericanL-m Vs. Conr-' *. Is available! for $5 per

and others found in the 122 the beauty and grandure of contained in this tomb. services changed tionthe agency responsible ASCS" the Secretary said. throughout the day beginning: munism and American Hlato.:: i hour

Psalm pilgrims through the the ancient walls and reflects As th! gentle slopes of the as follows: Sunday School for administering fram price "This agency, which supervises June 14 through July 30. Stu-i, ,
meeting 7 to 7:30: ; Prayer and income support programs. dents who cannot attend: the I
ages have found in Jerusalem the Biblical accounts re- Mount of Olives rise the and directs the opera-
upon of Meeting, 7:30: to 8:30: ( ; Choir SIMPLER is formed of the tions action farm full six weeks are advised not
spiritual strength. In olden cordt'd. concerning the part it beauty of the Garden of program:
days when the turreted walls has played U the history of Gethsemane catches ones gaze Practice, 8:30: to 9. The mid- first letters in the words of at the national state. and to register. Gibson says.

came into view they descended the western world on? realizes 1 and holds it for some length week services about is the devoted the phrase to "Simplify and. county levels. has made a good Heaviest demand has been "BEST PICTURE OF THE YEARrREX !
from their horses and kneel- that gradual preparation of of time. This was the way Improve Methods record of efficient operations for driver education and four

ing in the dust bowed their the mind and spirit is necessary I Jesus passed on tha memorable Come learn with Day us.Preparation .for! lllble Equipment Reports, during the past four years. Instructors will work on that< HARRISON BEST ACTOR Ol Ihe I
Records" for better -
heads in fervent prayer and for a better understandingof evening of the night h( Saturday and sei'vice Productivity in its county offices program. Contact teaching for .
will be held this -
meditation. this City. was betrayed into the hand to farmers. has risen 26 per cent driver training; are Russell } Best Actor
The meetingwill
I at 6:30: p.m. The project i-ppr-aents an since 1960. Its full-time employee Bedell, Lawtey Jr. High WINNER I
Is avery the temple guards.
Arriving in Jerusalem This la the city chosen as of last for two hours and Best
solemn and great eventIn I the focal point in the life of All In all the city is specialto pupils will be enrolled:! at this Intensified effort to carry out level is the lowest It has School: Tony Griffith anl
it President Johnson's call for been since 1934. Ani this record ::- David Hurse Bradford High
la sud- and the Christians. Here wa ,
one's life. Here ons J:8US. IIIwork bt 'an time. A weiner roust will bean
denly in the mld-st of u city indc'd, in the eiiviovns !nr Jer that the earth was bathed added attraction. The increased economy in govern was made while participation : School. anj Jake Bradley, RJE OF Best Cinematography

has bet-n la'l' with the blood of Christ. Here ment. Throughout the agency by farmers in the High School.
which for centuries usalem. From here nations church )bus will run the regular -
designated us the one preferred ClulstUnlly was to dif- lie spoke the words of eternal route this Saturday tot super.LqOl1' leadership. and programs administered,:! by the Instructional swimming always Best Scoring

by the Lord. Here the activities fuse Itstlf. The divine love expressed truth: "I am the light of the Preparation Day, and each employee participation will be agency" was at Its highest popular with the students -
in this
of three of the world in the teachings of world."; "I am the way the evening starting/ June 7 strongly emphasized level. will again be offered Best Sound

great religions are focused.' Christ and the simple obedience truth. and the life." Here began through 12 for Bibla Stacly during the summer. Coordinators a Recording ,

Here the Moslem. the Jew, the plan for his life from the New Commandment.It Week. The school will run Five Face Garni iling Chargest for the swimming program '
Best Costume
and the Christian meet at the beginning all speak of the was here that Jesus observed each evening from 6:30: to are J. S. Hobbs princi- Design

least physically. upon the I I manner in which the human the Last Supper. He 0:30.: In Cour pal of Southslde Elementary \
County Fridaycheck
same spot and reflect upon race was to be transformedand prayed in Oethsemane. Herein Class superintendents will be School. and C. C. Anderson ACADEMY"BetArt Direction

the historical significance of renovated.This front of the Roman governor as follows: :Mrs. Alma Thompson principal of RJE High School.

their faith. This Is the City city symbolizes the Pilate. Jesus was given the Nursery; Mrs. Mary Lou Five men will face gambling and fined $50, and told,

whose people were often Church. The Church Is the organization sentence of death. Here on .Norman, Beginners; Harold charges in Bradford to make restitution.A i.. ('OI''IITY JincK'N: miniIV AWARDS' CEDAR HILLS

blinded by error steeped In chosen to prepetu- the Cross He died. Here after Alvarez Primaries, ; Mrs. Or- County Court Friday. case against Samuel 4M. KOH IIHAUKUttl !

Idolatry, selfish in their interest three days He arose. Here Mrs. The five: James Smith Crockett for contributing to ruuvfY. Kl.oiimt ?
redemption. Junior
work of Cowart ;
ate the ene 3791
In Batata: of llom. lilandinff lvd.Jf .
Mount of Olives He Oarnell Houston Thomas the delinquency of minor ra.; Vanpfy
set beacon from a
but yet as a hymn came to my mind as I Charles Williams, Intermediates : deceaeed.Notice ..
by God and a bulwark of I reflected upon the prospect of ascended Into Heaven. Rev. Charles Williams, Bryant Sam Hicks and Eugene was nol prossed by County,. Of Flllnr Petition For *
monotheism. "There is a Yes. It was a thrill to be In D. Blye were all arrestat Prosecuting Attorney George Final! Dlncharna!: Of Ex.cutrl* $ .
Calvary. Adults. I.
viewing To All Whom It May Concern:
:As one rounds the Mount fountain filled with blood the Holy City. From the hillsof We're looking forward to a one time by Deputy Sheriff Pierce. Notlo !I. hereby .Iv..n that I I Now Showing
Immanual's Zion to the four corners of Robert Green. Other cases to be heard In have filed my final reI urn. a. :

veins.drawn" from Through the dusty the earth the story of Christ vice.great and week we in cordially the Lord's invite ser- County Judge Theron Yawn, County Court Friday Include I Vanpfy RxHOiitrlx':, d"'I of the l,Kxtate that I nf ]haveru. {o"a 2:00: and 8:00: Daily!

AUTO L.FP"HO roads of yesterday to the asphalt -i Is told. Every tongue age by I each of to come and be will also try Thomas L. Albert eight traffic offences four I .... petition for final ilia \,
to you char*, and that T will applyto
meaning the of
Jungles of the modern age, places new 1with :, on charge oper- worthless checks. and one the Hanoriibl, Theron A.

world that fountain is still !the old. old story of Christ us.Rev.. Chas. A. Williams ating a gambling house. charge; of unlawful exhibitionof Yawn County Jurtve. nf nradftird -
his The rash of gambling charges County. Florida on June
I and glory. firearms.
iczzci, p U filled and Its work of redemp- Pastor, Ph. 06i-0384 the result of an incident 1 1I llth 19&ft. Friday at ':30 A. M
effective The Pilgrims from all the nations were
tion is still for approval of the earns and
I draws our attention of the earth round the in which Gary Reddish I for final dlKharsa a. RXPCIJ- 6)Uy'
Church today BAPTIST
to this historical fact. 'I gentle slopes of the mount of CIIUUCH.FIRST STARKE was charged with attempted !. !toTH n..-..M.. 10(....nKrmn r*.: Hr.dforACnnntr. I iris pry of dereaVFcl the ".Ia''. of itoae Van- !

Itself Olives and behold the magnificent June murder last March. The case Pliirlilai !. < k..reryCane May 10th 195. / FaIR
Once inside the city Sermons for Sunday No. 11-503
view that meets their against Reddish was transferred Carolyn FledgraveCAHOL.TN !:
I began to visit the sites of 6: Morning The Three to Circuit Court. The alleged Betty M. Hand. Plaintiff. v. ttEIMJRAVERxerutrlK
interest. I stood a. long timeIn gaze. Some have endured Homes of A Christian I Josh. Cluu.lo t, FIend Defendant. of the Ketate of Itoae JjaDYID
much to make the Journey attempt was made against NOTICK': TO APFV.AH: Vanpfy, dc"nnedTHOMAH '
the midst of the Garden 24:181.: ) EvenlnCPa.8ltor's/ report Aaron Holley during a To: Claude.. llamt. r. O. Box *. PIKKCIC I''
Tomb. It was a beautiful sight. down through the years. Some on the Southern Baptist 381. Dimlmhan l.ouieena Altornoya' at lAw
and have braved the threat of even card game. You are hernhy notified thata 1"3North Tnmple Ave. RHRN-ifXllA1ISUN
The Oarden was green Convention. cult for Divorce haa been Hlnrke, Florida..
death. Why Is it so importantthat Green arrested the men on .
well cared for. I doubted the Schedule for the week: sun- filed aitulniit you. In the alio\e 5/11 4t 1/1 4' !u3artI.... nI3a
DEAZ-OE< FDJTPFULis as they come? Because it March 8 after a call to see nnmeil. I'ourt and caune anil you
authenticity of this place and
NRCK. was here that the Master of day-Worship a. about a fight In the Reno sec are required to nerve a copy of
/O HtLff. being the tomb of Jesus. I 7:30 1: p. m. Sunday School your Hnawer nr plnndlnic to the
Men and of life itself placedthe tion. He found the fight. right
THaT IOiID"Radiator complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
DOWN that
confess also my Union,
Imprint of his feet upon 9:43: a, m. Training in the middle of a card game: lion Le. Ore..". ",ark... Septic Tank and
later visit to the Holy Sepu- 6:15: p. m. Wednesday -Fam- Florida and file the original in
the earth.! Yet It Is not the the complaint said "a
.nteamlng . Icher left me somewhat con- 615. Prayer game the office of the Clerk of the DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION '
overheating Have that I fused. When an unprejudicedperson earth and the enviorns in ily Night Supper : of cards for money." Circuit Court on or before the r I Send ;;\d.ii\ ;; ::: Htampnl. Knvrlupn. With o..kl. I
Meeting 7 p. m. 7th day of June, 1965 otherwine
themselves that have the In County Court Wednes- ; .
or Money Order
perliihed water hONe renew sees a. church in the the allearatlona of ail. Payable To
ed by TM in a matter of center of a very crowded city. power to revive and strengthen FIRST PRESBYTERIAN day Richard Doyle Thomas Complaint will be taken an confeflMrd Rack Hoe Work :Matinee Q Cedar l IIUU Theatre IVrfonnanrM I I

minute Ju..t stop In nil professing to mark the site of our weakened enthusiasm, CHURCH and Jimmy Ray Joyner were by notlie you.Thl shall tie i Pump Out Service I Kvralnx: 0 p. o. !,?? 744 :, P.\I-8 P')(. '
or reklnkle In our souls the found not guilty of a charge ". publlMhed (Check One) 1..n't'lIIe. $ 10. I-Tav Daily I
home. 00" each week for four Fill Dirt and Soil j
your: way event which took place supposedly II. Walton Grady Minister rn".cullv. Top
absorbing flame that spurs the of wilful and wanton reckless ... weeks In the Kradford I I
outside the walls of a splrituaJconcept.lon Schedule for the week tart- County Teleyraph.Dated Matinee Mun. FrI__ __.,M r." .t.9* I f
faithful but rather driving. Bradford
PRESCOTTShell city, then there Is room for ing June 6: thle SILk duy of May\' Septic ****. *kuid4yie' i A. 11(1110111)- ____*iso i
of the fact that "Willful and wanton reckless 1385.SCAT.. .
I questions. It really dorsn'1 Sunday Sunday School Tank I Evening* Moo. Thun_ _$I.7S I1 ""I .
I Jesus still lives In the heart! driving' Is the charge ( .) Company
FrL' .
matter to me which of the Worship. Mun- *; lIolWa-.. _$tOO
9:45 Morning
Service live. : a. m. ( 'HAUL:*' A. PArtnr I i n KK<
of wherever they which what U
men -
tombs Is the right one. I concluded 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 commonly Clerk of the Circuit Court i Phone 969-2311 I (J PlnwB!. Print Nanig X; Adilnxta ..n Order) I|
I because neither contained "There is a green hill tar known as "drag racing. By iieulah M. Moody, lirputySll -------J
210 S. TEMPLK AVE. away m.Monday .'* There is no specific 41 "/< I j.'
j the body of Christ. lie f. Deacon's Meeting -
Without a city wall charge listing "drag racing"as
7 p. m.Tuesday :OUK TO IIKKK.MIIn :
Where the dear Lord was Circle I meeting. such. ( .lr ..< <'....t. HmttforH
Announcing The ReOpeningOf J crucified Calvin Elwood Padgett 19. ('tr, FlorMHi In ( Mem-rry, v1.bLY: ; MORE:
Who died to save us all." 8 p. m.Thul'8day. and Larry Moses Crawfordwere Cane No. 11-3SI
Choir Practice Leon (IrlffU. plaintiff, vii
charged: with the same : Vlricle Francee llrlffla, Me
1I1'UI"'I'I':11: |: 11"1'1'1'10'' M '\.\>II<:: 7:30: p. m. offense: Willful and wanton fendant.NtlTK'M. BUY ONE GET ONEF
I Nolle, In horebv !itlvcn I that June 7-11-Vacation Church reckless driving. J TO APl'l:Art
STARKE CABINET WORKSCUSTOM Ih.. ,umlfrHlirnHtl. undtr,' the priivlnlonH School. 9 to 11:30 m. i To'lr.l.: Krancee (HrlffH, .
Crawford received sen- Mich.
nf Chiiptpr, 2<>.ft.11 LawN. a Hanlnaw
I lot }Klarliln At of I 11)41) 1 will June 8-10-Synod 'lOt Flori tence of five days In Jail to You are hereby notified thata .
CAIJINETS I mrlKtpr with the riork of the da. Florida Presbyterian Col- I cult for Dlvort-e ha. been
be served weekends.
flrcult, Court.. In II.nt for Mrml- on filed aifalnnt yf u In the above 'EE
I ford 1'imnlv.I Florliln.. upon rofplt lege. Padgett received a sentence named. Court end! <*au..* and you

FORMICA SPECIALISTS .. cif proof nf piilillcntlnn, of of five days in Jail on the I are required I to.,eerve.. a ropy
I thin noil.Hi* fl.-tlilon.' nnnifiof of your' anewer r pl a Residential! and Commercial 1111\I't.'OIlO KLnCTHIP. un. Methodist Church "drag racing" charge and alsoa the complaint on the Plalntlff'a
del,' whlrh We ar. ennn! 'eil In $23: fine or five days in Jail Attorney lion l I.ex .}...n.
h"Mlne" lit 418 KHMI 'nil St.. Htarke, Florida and file the or
Free Estimates Mlnrko, lei... Schedule for the week: for Improper tag; and $23 or iKlniil In the office of the Clerkof

beeIi. (Inrilrvn, .Inhimnn lit t Sunday Church School, five days In jail for having an the Clrrult Court on nr before I
Temporary Address-..Sit. 16-East Tins Iftrt. i4mnri,... Fin., lind Slurr 0:43: ; Worship 11 a.m. and) Improper muffler on his auto- the 14th day of June, |t 5.otherwlee .
I e I.iMinunl, New tt'th, ("'....rill the allevatlone ot.ahl
l>..llv..y. KlomhoimKlurliln, 7:30: p.m. MYP Council meetIng mobile. ,. Cmiiplalnt will b* taken a.
Phone Ofii-0152
{ In",rtmm'r'', 5 p.m. Snack Supper for A ease! against him for resisting uonftMMieil. by you .
I MIl I.11.! thin IHh I t iliiy ,.f MnvA ThlK notice ahall be publlnhed OIL BASE tNT 1* 01 LATEX
MYF. 6 Youth Meeting!!, ROOF AND BARN RED
arrest without violence
GEORGE. RICKS. OWNER.: & OPERATOR I I'. initn nt Htnrkn. llrndforilCounty once eat'h week for four !
( "'I"rhl.20. 4trhn SILO 6:30.: Evening VVo.shlp 7:30.: I trying tooutrun the arresting I'onac-rutlve, weeka In the flrad- N HOUSE PAINT WAIL PAINT
Fireside 8:30.MondllY : ( ford .'..unl TelevraphDated S seamy II. .. _
officer I nol
was profwed.Hinhwar ,
'hie "lh lay )f May\ ,. .....-
Circle 2 meeting, Patrolman L. N. I IKSIHKAM. ::: auw, , vu* C -u. e-at.n........ u. .. SN
3p.m..n wdles Bible ClassI Fowler arrested Padgett and I : pause S ::.: ,w SN
I CHHt.R: A \UTIT o. SNVau -- ..--
with =
room 1lrs. Henrietta ML9 :
Crawford. "Clerk ,>f th. Clri, oil Court usus
REVIVAL Hung na hoHteiut.. Com m Union Leslie Bent was" tried and II) H.'llUh M Moody\ I SN SN CSsIuSN 1 ON S ?V. f ': E.= -

on Education T p.m. Kxeoutlve Deputy Clerk. PIN .a&ua.U -
found guilty of charges of I _1_ MJuss. I
>>20 4t lice _ ,.caI.v =
Committee ai Men'sClub. driving a car with unSllt.rqulpmf'nt secais. ,. SNU ra.usasJvt tJ .0'5....
I 7:30.: Offlclul :Board 8 I lao brakrsl, and SNS SIN 5 UlIN .S.sss..usSN. .. s .us .emuse -
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-- S. OS .SNCc SN --. MSCII. ret ,.
I p.m. was fined $25 by Judge Yawn. Mai.usav IU Mfl .",q.

Tuesday-- Circle meetings Charlie Jones was found.
10 a.m. as follows: No., 1, Ladles of Issuing worthless: I I EVIIY
Boatdrain guilty a $698 : FREE $4982sdGAL FREE S698 FREE
Baptist Bible Classroom with D w AUTO Sumy INC 2 GAL 2.d GAL
Mrs. W. G. untie as hostess;
I the! afternoon. Everyone is invited UtiDCn HAftDWAM AND SUPflTy
No. 4 at home of Mrs. A. N.
No. 5 at home of
service t2p ENAMEL PAINT
Mrs. J. R. WalnwrlglU. Wesleyan -I { V 2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE
I Lien* MM _ _ _ NS'C9SNPs4
Service Guild meets at FIRST \rrw VUS -=- f;: ;;) = .=-

Church home of :Mrs. R. S. Mulllns I REGISTRATION SET ... a TRIM AND DICK 2'011 I 224 ..... a'' ---a.--:
I 7:30: N.. M. ...
p.m.WednesdayCircle I 1. auv i-a.aus INAMIL -- vus ...S
;; ;;JI
3 meets SNSU
The First Church
I in the church library with Bible School registration and III :. ? C ..wI.1y SIMI-CIOSS 2oa"24u; I! ; .. ;;=

I Mrs. U ford Mitchell as host party will be held at the ..... INAMIL uI..... ass
and Circle 1meeta\ Church .11111.! I C I55-- SNAISW ::; :
ess. Friday June 4. from I -
? -aPRIMIUM HIGH so:299 ..._ .. -....SNa.-
at home of }Lrs. Henry God 3 to 5 p.m. for children 3 to L___ :_J e.m-a- a.. GLOSS INAMIL 2 .
win. ,both at 10 a.m. Junior 16 years, of age.IIOMECOMING. -- -.... Pease i'
Choir practice 4 p.m. Prayer ASS KTIIIO, pauwtSIVIRY '
.! sL :Meeting, 7:30: p.m. SET S698 S898 IVIU FREE

JUNE 7 LLt rehearsal 7:30: p.m.M.1)&tION \ \ _,_ _ _ _ _ _
THE '. e awiKlT I _
: sntr.KT' : : Ralford will oWrv Home-

THRU GROUNDSJUNE I \PTIST 1l'ln'HOI)00 coming Everyone on i.Sunday cordially June Invitedto 13- I Yes!

1 \ Ut"'k1..U..on: St. come and be with us. Dinner Roof

Schedule of service: Sun- will be served at 1 p.m.rllrRC'1I Ranger FREE USE OF PROFESSIONAL SPRAYERKenco

daySunday School, 9:43: a. RidingMOWERS

13 Sunday Worship. It am. and 7:30: V.S. 301. Lawtey.or non FU.. RidABugTreab 5-10 Room Home

pm. Training Union 6:13: p.
June 13
m. \Weilneaday' Family night Sunday School. 10 a. m.

0:30: p.m. WOI' hlp. T:30.: Air- Morning Worship 11 a, m. Inside and Out
Only $
conditioned throughout con.. Evening Service 7:30: p. m.YPE $3.95

venient off-street parking Wednesday. 7:30: p.m.- MONEY HACK < For

Using the Bible every service. Robert Ystee pastor. $322.50I'IU4 Ta CUAIIANTEED; = .. 6 to 8 Month*
Rev. Felder U Rowan pas


REV. GERALD E. SUGGS, Evangelist KIUiKF.E.V: BAITIST :MornUjg Sunday Service School. Je 11.... .mTraining PHONK3O1 MARY. CARTER PAINTS SNcaclu ;;-

Evergreen BaptIM Churcl I
m45C0'.CACF *'.O iPvtiJI 1
will have Its annual Homecoming .. Union 6:3O: p. m 353 N. Tempi 1 Phone 91-820!
Evening Service, 7:30: p. m ( CA1L STPMONC
EVERYONE WELCOME 6. Lunch Service will on be Sunday served, at Juni 1 Midweek Service Wednesdayp.m.R.v. M4-U9I OVitt 1.000 MOUJ CorfCl STORES COAST TO COASPAE t... +_-

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I: i! Class RosterJane I i GRADUATION SPEAKERS i I Academic Award Winners .

I Arvis Clarence KirklandThelma .
I e' Social: Studies-:Maria Moore and! Mike\ Sistrunk.
II I AdamsCordella I Lee Knight fI .-
I'I J ., English: --Joan Rlgdon and. Mickey I Dnnsby.
Ann Allen Margin Harold Leach '
.. Hand--Jimmy Jones.: ,
Gracie Marie Allen "
e't. Klara Adel Lehoczky
: AllrlC'ulturo-\\'ayno) demon.
Leaman Eugene Alvarez Thomas Arthur Lewis f : 7,

.. I', l\Ialht'nmtlcl\Inrl"\ Moore and 1 Haddock.
John Harold Andrews 111 Phyllis
William Clarence Loper '. w. w. wa

Patricia Jean Bigham Jimmy Martin Art Jane Adams nod I I.arry Si pj>.
I Phyllis Haddock Terilyn Barry Mary Alayne Martin a ,1. I Science-Klara Lehoczky anti. Mike Sllttrunk.I I

Gary Rosa Bement Vivian Ardella Me Oil-\ Student Hotly (President's Award-Mickey Dunsby.
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( Barbara Lee Brice lough t lousiness Education/ Sharon Mosley( and Carol
Lane McLeod I Jean --- a
Martha\ Sue Brice Bobby lIO"ll'Y'Clvlum

Joseph Donald Brown Judith Lee McRae .. '. i Scholarships-Mark Hamilton and Carl Kathy Myrick\ I

Virginia Ann Brown Charlotte Odessia Melton\ Mike SUtrunk Peggy l Shnnbargcr Margaret Pater ton Meng\ 'k.; ,

r Lonnie Otis Melton\ High Honors Honors J Honors llurnt SchohlrahlpnFddlo: Noegtil. Phyllis iladIi .
rI Jimmy Charles Bryant dock, und Joan Rlgtlon..
Margie Geanese CampbelMichael Carlton Edward Meng i i
Joseph Louis Thlgpen Tommy Allen Thomas
Phyllis Elaine Miller 1 Witln-
I I Wayne Chambers, IHchttnl Alvarez 1
James Leon Thomas Donald\ Wayne Thornton wright
Walter Wayne demon Marvin Luther Moody Jeffrey Wayne Warren Susan France. Wiggins '
\ Martha Louisa Moore Kenneth Ernest Thomas!! Robert Lee Verbust Jo Ann Walker
Marian Coleman Jeitnlu Thorn,. J
Patsy Wheeler Mary JMugolena\' / WJIkerson
J l'auJ Moore Russell) Ray Thomas Glenda Carolyn Wade/ Milbry I Ht'anno"alt.r14 1
Michael Douglas Colson .Rodney Gene; Danlol) Whitaker Erwin: Doyle) Williamson/

Mark Hamilton Donna Jean Craven Carol Jean Mosley bti'phen Leo Whitfheail' Jimmy Kay, 'Vingate

Larry Lorenzo Crawford Sharon Lanette Mosley .......
Myrick : .
Katherine Sue
: Elizabeth Crawford
Merry Sandra Lee Crews George Emmette; Nail I LAST WILL AM) TESTAMENTI -. J
HonorGraduates Virginia Cruce Robert William Nelson :

Richard Connally Cuendet Thomas David Nettles I I II.
Jeff Warrrii, do liersbvl year
Mickey: Rogers Dansby Marvin Edward Noegel, Jr. l 'qu<*atri the captalnahlp of I I. Thrlma Knl ht. (Irav to
Francis Ray Norman I he liwlrt edition of the riyhtinif Alice and Vernon Knight' the
Phyllis Ann Darby Tornados to any worthy chance to hope for a* great a
Jerry Dempaey Lane James Raymond Norman idiot who .can art a (tatter example teacher In I'AJJ a. Mr. tilt.
Jerry Dempsey
than I dll I alII| <> Irav trunk war
Becky Dinkins Stephen George Denmark John Clarence Norman Class of 65lOc'rc to Itol>rrt )hwerll) my rewivuerat I I. Barbara Hun KJwanln.: do

Linda Hagar Millie Hone DicandioRebecca Ronald Lee<< Norman for all baftk-tbull gam, ** leave wllllnuly.. to any coining
L, Becky Utnklna.Ilae\ BinIxam Junior ilrl my plant aa Mr
Emily Johns Dinkins James Patrick O'Brian A do hereby !leave my Jiuobm-n'n. anclatunt for two'
Padgett poltlori a* Holt Twlrlnr, my lw'rlo1. it day I aUo leave niv
Klara Lehoczky Norman William Dowdy, Mamie Gloria ail proud oj you// great inimical ability and myp.rIUon lies of rxcunca' to get mil ofrliMH w y.

Phyllis Miller Jr. Judy MeKerinia Padgett tt. Jlf'u..1 "rrrlury to too. to lunch early. I
an4 t back-iwrKtrher (for the I. Mary WllkrrvJil leave. tflitll <' I t e.r
I David Eugene Dyal Eugene; Willard Pas .. and '
Carol Jean Mosley rotation Hubert N l Ison McKinney the Horn fro
Barbara Sue Edwards Margaret Elizabeth: PaterNorman Itlchurd Walnwrlght. to link. nomtca t*'purtoirnt all<.1 th I'
Hardy Patrick Hdli-rn.! allaa MoombrBn. In WllUrd of course"
I William Howell Edwards rv'r hope aha run fullflll thrlr re- I. Judy Prevail leave irhoolUi \
i Kathy Sue Elder Marion Arthur Payne Jr. Qlllr"n"nLtl all Junior lx-hln l In line \
IT'S ALL YOURS- 1 Joyce Afusta PowellAlma I Aim Pr.vatt do hrrrbyICMVO I., Phyllis Mlllrr. Irav myrxtrrrn Whlteheuii I II
Phillip Raymond Elder ui any Junior t the abilityo mirliMlty to MarMtaMlrmrr 'I
CLASS OF 65 Jean I'revatt
> stand school: In* that ai! can I
:Michael\ Ray Frick Bonnie Virginia Prevatt t. lorry Smith "leave to rectal Kiwi. desist' because Iran !I *

Ethel Marie Gaskins Arnold I'revatt John Hprnalrr the ichiiol anti 't. ,
Robert my locker with the following t, lUrnld! Androwt. leave to
J Helen Ann Gaskins Linda Ruth Reagan .:content half a parkas,, of Ken Shod a ,."m.,* that runt. I Honor
Gaskins Prplo HIiHK'l UI Fisher
Thomas James Calvin Ream. .3 a tin lit aspirin, a f.f w pirCII' I. Ann HhrrrlU 'leave my
Jr. Edward: ReavesViolet of ctx-wlmf turn anrl part of 1 corner In C bnll Robert
William Bonney Geiger a balls. of IJ t.Tln. In hopes Junior couple' going steady| I ,
Elaine ReddingLarry ho'll have to u.. item Ilka I alIC! Uv my bPauMful art
Olivia Leigh Goodman dill| worrying over claw drawings t to Kay Hurui.rl.uut Pater
George Reddish I Margaret !
Russell Harvey Green : ; de pUytI Hal' I It
Wanda Jean JU -don V JoAnn W.Ik.r. do hereby Mike HUtrurtk (niueath Jean Illgilon/
Clinton Benjamin Griffts ; Iravo merrily/ I to John Bradley. fellow Uberal -
Larry Shelton Sapp /fJtVIlI.iV4dIjllij I a.llrtc..y Mnony do hereby and polHU-al ejtulrant. the! Peggy! Shanbarger ?._
Gary Franklin Marvin Wayne Sapp Irav* my prr.lft.nMl purkin ability to to** a hltfh school chine; StricklantlVUkl
Larry George Grlffts place to any Junior who' political election by' a narrow
Mary Patricia Scoggins ,<.!. posted I le.v..11 my 11'1.n.tu.1 : three to one margin To any : I Struth ._ ...
a Phyllis Dean Haddock I t.. .. l ability to Frank deserving Junior'. I Irav my *
Joann Joey Scott Oool_b7 and my plan In *the *r-flthful cigar' In hopes Gleniia Wade T 1
Linda Lee Hagar
Jean Elizabeth; Seeley 0",,". all ,fay lour to M rthaUlcirvr that hr will entoy) It a. much Jeff Warren i
Sherrod Mark Hamilton and Mary IIN Onann. .M I have.
Herbert Spencer Sellers I Larry .IU. Janet Elaine Hardy I d iny" red \b n>cr bl< Ui.. II- Marian Green and "Din 1THURSDAY.
Peggy Jane Shanbarger ,. h* will UM l It> wU ly.
Carl Harper Mary to .nyon ho cant Hrci'her" one tr i i | ratio an hopes 1I
Tommy Cheryl Inez ShealyElizabeth r..A'' 'h*** and Iran- the ability of thinking up exti !I L Vlr lnl. 8". < 111! to .
Ben Baker Harrell Q'.lllIt' Ikaau.a Kmrrwlt Akrki. ruse, have the sunisy"suppers" VUry. Lou Onann all the Junk -.
Sharon Ann Harrell ; Ann Sherrill 1,," tikes the library almost, I at ",lid lor" lUiil m nopr she>>
Marie Siemer 4* mtf h a* I d>i I Uav' my I I :Vfilll\ txrandlo l leave my I will be happier with It than
c ) William Malcom Harrell I'rxtiY library fine, './, himI ahl''tty to boo Ut, for claw. 1, I .....
Catherine Lee Harris I Michael Everett SUtrunk I l il.rnadett. Note" alia''! with an .arrrptabl* accuse to 1 Vivian, McCul:>nuh. wlU
nmlllrave! to F.y. Ann'1 Sylvia laid I David Loper alt the seats on
Jo Ann Herl Barry Dwayne Smith Ittfrl. ) >ll of my serious and I. Cheryl' IIh1'al&ve' to,,, Hua. 13 In hopes' they will bd

Linda Kay Holton James William Smith happy nrw.... aUo. the prhl-llr I t, my Utrr Sarah. the family enough for him.
of walklnir eloa" to her when rnta are I. Jo Brown wave Johnny
car keys our p'
Gilbert S. Brown Richard Fredrick Hood Bernadette Marie Soto THOMAS.. CISfSupnint.nd.nt; of Public Instruction boyfrVnd unlit her admlnU- ,I .i,.>r tei hwp., aha will make Bradley. my special end of the
Ira ton dwrUlo dlff.rntlyI better use of them than I bench whl-'h t unwUllnttr -
Jackson DAN W. STARLING.; Chairman Hoard
Edward Hugh : James Roy Stalnaker .
Hharon Mo "li>y. do 1'1.' ,"- I I I I. fUralra/ Cr_.. l I"ne to all warm
Emily Oneida Johns Virginia Diane Starling II. A. LAWSON HODNKV: HALL bY s.av.l to any Junior the!I the Junior.. and rvprflatly! i I I. .Harvey Oreen. leave my'
Service StationS CoChairman Member' ItourdKTIIA.V (JAr) and all the IBVf mach- ,, Annie IAI! Itrownlmr AIL the good attendance. to those >un-
Harold Oscar Johnson Elaine Marion, Strickland .Ina In h James Ermie Jones Victoria Jean Struth ART IIOLIJDAY : SAIM-" able to .interpret thrnary" hav !fort behind I I vartou occasions..
rh, Fla. Member Hoard Member Board along .with alt the ronfiMlon' I Janet Jovnr I....,. the 1 i I. Ode...ala Melton, do will
Randa Kathleen Jones Jim Bailey Taller involved cJo.lrlOlf tot 'onions road from Klnvtlry/ Lake to IID.Y control panel and my
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...: I Who else? I professors' Still at it bows?? Crawford. I still racing around Starke I I cradle! 'I the betterment of Bradford

I We ace Vicki truth Virginia Cruce, now man- I Linda Kay Holton the first looking for six packs with 'i Of course JoAnn: Scott and I High, with Marvin Leach Bil
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY New York fashion buyer, vililt-I ager of the Chamar of Commerce Lady Editor of the Bradford pop-tops. I': Ronnie Thomas are married IlY Geiger and Robeit.Prsvatt!!

wws I ling, The BEATLES. still has a big smile! |I County Telegraph, seems to Robert Nelson has also corns I by now, JoAnn Is raising little! I as head researchers and Virginia -

business for all o.f, usi We remember' ,, be getting! more "Letters to up in life. lIe now owns several I: majorettes-she has her own Brown Mary Wilkerson.

the years have rolled: by Dean of the Job Corp Train Dowdy, Jesaee Wheeler, Nor- There goes Larry Reddish I her as tba} little librarian who the Editor" than time permitsher 7-11 Jiffy Stores, Of : school. I and Alma Prevail as heads of

.tlt/t! /: > the graduating class of I ing Center at Camp Blandlng, man Patrick, Jimmy Martin who just traded cars In a new always was so quiet, to answer. course, he's broke, poor, and There goes Becky Dinklns the business department
IM4-GS last met In unity, has just appeared on the Am- :, Ronnie Norman, who each Space Mobile equipped with Jean Seelvy.. BradfordCoun' I We see Patsy Coleman aM starving but at least he owns along with the rest of th. Mary Martin, we see has
individual everything Including power ty High School' new librarian her husband, who la owner them Oatorettes Wouldn't you finally made It to South FlorIda -
nJJJfly[!\ changes have taken I Illoact ateur Hour as a challenging, now own their own I
!. Some for the better new comedian. Butch Nailis Food Falland Winn-Dixie wings after Miss and Mrs.,, and manager of the Florida Ken Thomas, we see has know she's the tiniest one! What's down there, Mary,

,159 some for the worse his manager my, how stores OH YEA He's Kitty Harris and Pat Scofi- Orady finally took; all they Pest Control, busy raising I taken his mother's place out J I I noticed JoAnn Herl th! your true love?
.As we've traveled around friendship lasts. still a bachelor, but Karen's gins, still sweating It out at could. stems to be getting I little Homecoming Queens In front of Bradford High, other day -still looking foi Phil Elder has become a

I these past couple of .monthsi We find Donnie Thorntonand advancing: fast. Register Oil Company now I used to the racket: Susan Wiggins, one of Brad- He hopes for a promotion her long lost pen-the only very prominent citizen of

(I 'ur what we could dig-up. Elaine Strickland, and Captain Olenda Wade, Na- own much stock !in the com Margie Campbell stllll with I ford High's most shy students j pretty soon-maybe to Chief 'I one she ever had Bradford County He's the new
the Civil Defense. has! not Is now attending: school In of Police. Tommy Oasklris and A. C head coach of the football
old daughter. 'Nurse has advanced way pany.
'feel we should let all of our their 2 year vy I I
I iJUcwv friends and classmates] whose great ambition is to be- beyond her fiancee, who Is Mike Colson, flying through grown much since lucr departure / Georgia. It seems as If she We see Phyllis Miller and KIrkland are still. working Ir team. We sometimes hear him
from BHS. Still tiny;' little has overcome her shyness now Mike Sistrunk with PHD signs i the USO but they have risen veiling "Boys, how, many
,lanow just exactly what has come a cheerleader out In the still a mere private.Joe Brooker on his mad scooter Is I I
<&en; place since-our depart- front yard with Donnie Jr., Thigpen after inheriting now the Leader of the Brooker ,. Margie. huh Susan? hanging/ from their doors' above Mr. Oraudon-they all times have I told you=-di'Inking
The notice that Siandra We Cordelia Allen, now In the town I themselves.We and football do not: mix!"
i in* from B. H S. who Incidently just got his Dowllngs Produce Market, Pack, with Tommy Nettles as same even I now bosses for
:JUary: .Bennett and James front tooth knocked out in a 'now finds time to go to col- his associate. Crews has taken Mrs, !lHunt- owner-manager of "Corky's Alter an interview with Dee notice that Judy Me- We find Patty Bigham in

()BI Ian now have their own wreck with his Kiddy-Kar lege as he had planned once. I o"We see Ray Norman, who is er'a place at the\ Stark Elementary Department! Store," and Ron Walters, we find she is Mill Rae has progressed quite i Mrs. Mitchell's shoes teaching

tTt' !n.ter.! but they're still fight- while letting his best friend. before.As about ready to pop the question School cafeteria.We nie Norman, manager of tht waiting letters to Tallahasseethat bit. Her husband is now president Phys. Ed. she also has the

oft:over who's gonna give theffders. Ricky drive It we venture In Dlh"1cr: j t I to'' Pat. still hasn't given vislte,:! Wayne demons I local Winn-lMxle Store, living Is, during her spare of the Florida Bank a pains of putting up with the-
and Kathy Jon? the other happily ever after time She's great cheerleaders
If It weren't for Pay Carlton Meng, I H now making Discount! House to pick upline.; I iitf his cows yet a concert Starke, and Judy teacher!
afternoon. They surely have a We see Tommy Lewis finallymarried pianist What's this We that Terry
the j. now. see!! Barry in
.wiri Bobbl Sue, Uicy'd go records left and right. latest hit tune we notice We see William Harrcll voice lessons as a part-time
nice little farm house ill the his high school swsetheart who do these letters go to in successfully making a career
11I"tke. : He's running close with John. label to say, "Let's Oo Baby"by Mayor of Brooker and his! ,I I I vocationIn between chang
:Olivia Goodman and Bar- ny Horton. Baker Han'ell and Ui- wife Linda Hagar are now I countjy. Wavne is now teachIn : after he waited foul South Carolina? Are we two- ing diapers.We out of racing Voltewagm'a.: I
voratlonnl agriculture:\ years on her. timing is It three- hear she's millions
someone) making: ::
berg Sue Edwards lIJ'ethe, new I Jimmy Smith, the town' RoadRunner His hair did the big wheels of Brooker.We I find! Tommy t'wpt
while KathY is keeping !house Sharon Harrell now president timing? We find WUllanj, Loper haswritten
(Jjjfiers' of the "Edgood Dane leading barter !is now trying get him somewhere we see. read in the London:! I and Eddie Noegel in CamiBlanding '
Elaine Reddlnar and: the of First Federal seems to best seller
)JIK, Studio" teaching all the to talk his aon Into going into Visiting Homecoming at the Times the other day where We find Shirley Twton- still in search fCIEddie' a "Howto
famous Redding Sisters seem be making: a happy home for traveling around the Skip Th Eary,, Wav Without :; -
jjjputor hew dances. I t bhe> business and following In University of Florida, we find Larry Sapp is really paintingthe country dog since hunting
to I be doing pretty well:] for she and her husbandwho.we Getting ': Ho also
with her famous husband ; Cagtht
We find Gloria Padgett just t !'ddy's'' footsteps. Jpff Warren warming the town. He's almost up with I season of 84. Oood luck boys
themselves. might add. U no one from "
a little off Broadway startinc I We find Donna Craven bench, while he could be play- Renvbrant. "Little Richard. And people Bobby McCleod decided t, holds a class in this subject:

in "I remember Mama," but roaming: the campus) of FBV ing on the opposing team, had Mike Chambers leading thoU Funny av It nerrns after( all around here.Tommy lined to tease him about hit let a pink Fold thU year in twice a week!
these John Harokl Andrews Thomas, even with.
We find ThelmA Y.nh'htCharlotte \
this tone wP *'*+ her portrayed firm In arm with Steve Edward he accepted the Duke Scholarship of F Band, wins! to be progressing and Murk HamlHan are'fill his Master's In Law Phys Ed Mead of the usual yellow am I
Melton. and
fti-Unolo Elizabeth: rather than .*, instead. quite well with lid' We see Kathy Elder Is mar 'iim and his carat! Judy
competing' with e hothl"r Psycology\ / and; Mathematics all TUFF
JJnrmar:: Cheryl Shealy not yet past Steve Whitehead and: Marla studies. Since he got his"Bpects" I l I., still cutting for th rled and has a pretty blond W. find that Linda: Regat Padgett are home-
as druggists/: while JoyenI !grass makers.
Thelmbl4e! berry
We IIE'erry Drmpsy and the gates of the State Farm Moore, whose great ambitionswere from our fellow optometrist girl of hr own-m the commercial has taken over her mother'
I Powell and J"nt Joynw pat city for a few nctra penn!.". r>la won first pac In the
Harold Johnson, ntlll bosom l'l seen yelling at her 16 year to become engineershave Dr. Steve Denmark I 'I goes, "does she odoesn't 'lob-at the bank /
in their two cents as they'vebecome Mike Frick. after manyyears "
fuddles, tcaclilrrj automotive i I old daughter:: for cutting now constructed the whom we might add, workedhis of she? We see Gene PUSH hall de Count Fair.
Fountain atKorh's fighting hardships
mechanics, after Mr. Oard-1 "U_ tchtchWhat I Everyone Ided to further his education Of course everyone must
es a Moore Whitehead Harbor I way through school by I must have! notice : ;
and Mltchells. and crying, we see has finally
'wr'a resignation. I! "noril'jlp i thing to do. Mommy Tunnell. working at Olbb Brown's I .I that Peggy Siemer Is no\V.lh ia is a freshman at the Unl have noticed: that Clinton: ,
Bill Edwards StrickLands'lheaet got his favorite job back-at
I IVIllIaD1lOn
and have'one
Harvey Green and ErIn ipr did<<1 anything! like that) We find Dr Mickey Dansbv Service Station he seems to life guard. has aniulred Strickland's.We new guidance counselor a wriity! -thf mail: unusual o Larry Oary
-. / having alncd :, nit"l1rrf Wainwright, Bradford County ''ts kindhe's 46 years olind into "halvsles" with Ray
oper'or .pinching pennies as usual hlr have a better outlook on High Schoo'She :
quite a chest full of medals I Iartpl' see Marvin Moody, aftergetting Thomas, James Stalnaker
j rf-nough sleep for the rest of I, of th" State Farmers rag his wife, Margaret Pateras things.As always was MKi Rosen is going on a tray
all the lives he's iMved' his Masters In Electronics and
-heir lives by Bleeping through '\oIlrk-t t. lift farmed I berg's light scholarship! I always wondered Otis Melton Richard
now a his right hand nurse, sec we wander about the hand:! girl. .
Merry Beth Cn\Vfol'd!. Jtlll has taken over his!
,1'. A..,t). classes, are now en- menonnlv with Lanrion Alvar- retary, lab technician, and receptionist campus of FSU. we notice holding down Stuck Vs. tu hap Daddy's place push a but- We see! that ,Janet Hard' why Beverly fed hlr Cuendent" to from the what'Alu .nl
7 Band From we ve
'aged'as night W1I.t.ehmen-on -z. Jo+'i Nrm"in/ James Norman He entertains quite Jimmy Bryant and Marty has yet to figure out whn Wheat lea,
pily married lf ton and our coffee fills
3 he day shift, ;yet. '1 den" Whitaker Calvin frequently, and of course theEM'2's Payne crouched beneath the now Funnjj) as cup I II she' going to do. She's sill We find Phyllis Haddofnd : ward they're prelt.y.JVFFRobert :
may seem, her name !1st I still up
Herb Sellers, who Is now) Rcames Wayne; Sapp: Norman are the entertainment. the bushes, hiding from the I The notice that Mrs. Emily I i riding around In her llttt Kathy MyrIck have b' VerBust'L flow very
: I I Dart, and robbing th ome partners! In Hartdock fMyjick 7't"ltUhv1ft'" / i h&1rtheritedContinued
I Phillip run a sweet little
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BeslWiGhes' -ome up; In life. She now
I Best Wishes WE' RECOGNIZE1EXCELLENOE; vorkn for Darby Gas Company

CLASS OF 'rutead of Blade Gas Com The

... FOR THE FUTURE: any and what's this?-
... FOR THE: FUTURE: C 1965 Htv" Wlnyate! hm also chanu'! HONORSAre

o ,.- -.. AND vat companies? He's working WE ARE PROUD OF, YOUTHE '
for Darby Gas Company' YOURS

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l N ise We s+e i Larry Crawford ha' CLASS OF
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a 1.r 1. CIne'Into his own bumliv I I J
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lAl L.We .
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;; Jin Adams; hn gotten ....4fI.T vid

A "'r own beauty buitnPSH now' .w......
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I TVolley. fi 'A ON" In Atlanta, CI Georgia -

: end about her love life. .
I U i Well. we don't hear too much; fOur \
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a L ; ; We see Leon Thomas: ha"otne : '
CJkirf your II I ., ;' .\\J.' : up In this cruel world

I I A r 'is have most of our Di(!"
I .Iooontll.! He I Is now a coach lrt1 t
course.. I T f NNEk" it old BHS! and teaching hi*
favorite high school subject _.

65 Cradi I r rte-mistry. on thoe| | dhl l lI
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Hick Hood,
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unllntlt.dlutur. s t 1 "l.i.s. run now dictate nil h* .. > I

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tt the Jacksonville Zoo Poor ENTIRE. COMMUNITY jog'sFAMILY '

S t2 !jA Rlok, hV the only one of oar .

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oem true-
I Charley. E. Johns he's SUikn Recreation D-,- .

I I L. StarlingStarke R. JOHNSON oartment Director and run P. D. REDDISH -

Agency H. C. WALL, Inc. Bradford County i Md Brown's. Jar now loiundromat has a string on the o/ Independent Telephone Corp.

Phone 961.0201 121 W. Madison St 1 Fla. Farmers Supply laiutdromtts th'otuhont, SHERIFFlirndford!
1 I Jlitrnpton. Lawtey K-
ystone Of .Florida..
131 S. Walnut St.
Starke Florida Abstract Co.x.965 Brooker and<<1 Graham
110 North
We Thumpst: Street t
Starke Florida see David Dyal has County
graditatrd from his \MO\ sportscar Starke F'or' iliaCongratulation
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Formerly. Gateway Chevrolet 133 E. Call Street
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t all of the loves romances'I his president Is too lazy to do.'
I heartaches. fights political Also to the Interact Club I vln 1WI\I-d IVoegel Jr. PhvllU
,k Senior Class Prophecy \ Last Will and Testament movements. argument with 1 I leave "Whitchead'a House. Dean Haddock and Wanda
the faculty and all the troubleIn I. Janet Hardy leave to Jean Rlgdon. all members" of

BHS. Betty Ann Register. my position the Bradford High School
Jelt:1 Seey, leave my Head Majorette and graduating class, and Robert I
I. ; as
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I bound to best seller (Continued From Page 71
Charles Chuck I
be a School library 1 Moore whoIs
tlst Church and to Ann place In t Lr- ruth to Rene Moore I leave one bus
hi* parents' motel and turnedIt i Barry Smith still trying: for chair in the data processing Spears my ability to compose I to Mar: Norman, it she ride to Fernandlna one Ebeneser attending Lake City Junior TOP QUALITY PAINTS
into Broadway. !Is auditioning for it. Have fun typing' and three College
a Holiday .Inn. class to Anne Packham hop- letters. wants Scrooge
We aaw Jimmy Jones home 1 "My Fair Lady." Will he orwon't Ing she will learn more aboutit I. Carol Jean Mosley. leaveto those overdue!! slips I II hard pushes and a lot of mer- Governor!! Burns. explained EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
on leave from the Army. His he ? than I did.I any Junior my ability to Jimmy Martin leave tho ry chasing.I. that the money was awardedon
weard trombone is really getting Well. well" we see Millie Dl- James Talley, being of stay confused In IBM class ability to skip without netting Kitty Harris, will to Anne the basis of need to woi
him place He. along candlo now teaching music. empty mind. because of Mr.Ststrunk's and still make passing grades caught to any boy who hasDCT. Savage my ability to go steady thy recipients who were al' When we paint your
iwtth Edward Jackson I la soon I guess maybe she did learn : brainwashing and I. Kathy Sue Elder, bequeath with one boy and flirt with least good average" .student: home you create the
to join Lawrence Welk and all something from being Mr I smaller body. because of Mrs.Townsendb !! to Kathleen I Leek si I, Linda Kay Kolton. leave the rest without gettingcaught. The only requirement Is that color scheme from
Barnes assistant four out of'I Woodburn and Jane the ncholitrshlp recipient' attend t
his Candy
bubble dancersBarbara 'i I last English class Thomas and Eunice Merle to our m.lpaint sampler -
and Sue Brice Marie Oasklns. seven periods. do leave!! to Candy Woodburn Sullivan my little yellow screwdriver Crews all the headaches pnlns I. Kathy Jones leave to the a Florida Institution' "of and we'll
Sharon MOllIe,., Bonnie Pre- Everyone knows that Peggy I the ability to tell!!' good ones I fused exclusively for and nervousness that publishIng Senior Class of 'Bfl my best higher learning The wlec'lnn' them out to carry
I Shanbarger" In teaching" history In arc marl, 'on the basis, of perfection -
vatt. Diane Starling. Vivian ; from bad ones and the use of removing window screens! In 'I,, ; a yearbook can cause wishes! and hopt's1111\ t t they "nommrndntloiM -
at ole BHS. but what theydon't : they will have xn easier' will their last at by a local i at Hurprfaiiigly
McCullough. Helen Oaaklns. the dark room. hopes they will use It wisely.I. hopes enjoy :year m.1 I
know Is that she's !sellingher I mlttce.More. '. low coat 'all UN for a
and JoAnn Walker I, Lraman Alvarez leave to Thomas A. Lewis do time than I did. and more' Bradford" High. ,
We see Ann SherrlH and Paul long long fingernails on I any Junior going Into DCT spirltfully leave these few help I, Joyce Powell, leave ,In, IMOOOO. in Free estimate today!
the aide for a few extra dol- I I. Rick Hood bequeath' "thi Karen Lee" Mr. Cowfn.!!' scholarship money was. "'u-
Moore fso
rae happily married by the ability to get!! along with words Fe Ft Fo Fum. I smella ?
and have lars. Guess she found out the Paul key" t to some upstanding Junior -' that she can have the pride trlbutrd In the state. by regions. m
now. one little I' Mr. Costello: and to Sucker! in this auditorium.
Moore to add to the collection.We hard way that you have to do King I leave Wlnn-Olxle In Oood luck. Sucker" To Marian Green I leave lege of keeping him on U81 j In proportion to IA' j ji Joseph R. BoyerLicenced
illll something on the aide or you one "slim Jim." rampalge and out of hU mindas "mounts, netted from replica' ,
Klara It i
see Lehoczky hopes that he can run as I, Ken!! Thomas do hereby II
doing her exotic dances while, won't live. The Legislature<< well as I did. leave fast before they find outI I. Jean Rlgdon. will all of' I have done this year.I I Innifeiiral balls held In Tallahassee. ( Painting Contractor-961-4.182

working her way through still hasn't come through with L Tommy Thomas leave owe the library 16820. my Intelligence to JewelEaves !! Peggy Sletnr, leave my Tamp Orlando. Jacksonville -
FSU Why FSU? Why Charlea. any money! Butch Redding my position as I. Bonnie Prevail- leave!! to In hopes she cnn discover -, ability to raise all kind of heck Miami, and J'tonucola. Wm. T. Jackson
of James Talley. we find, after!! where I lost it. I and still make people think I ,
courser I Saratoga King and to Steve Wayne Hardee and Steve |I
ULP Paint Dealer961.4001Marc
six years!! of college Is still on leave BITS Besides Governor and MrllI
Jean Rlgdon Is now a fam- my new. unused' football lightweight Cowart 5th period study hall I. Mike am the quiet typo to Sherry
at the gas plant at Brooker. Burns numerous other stagnfficlnls Jackson, MITT.
ous novelist Her" newest book shoes so they can have a longer Joyously. Lewis who needs the ability
In his spare!! Urn, he's at 111 bequeath Including member
I. Peggy Shanbarger
'The Civil War and Ita Effect I. Maria t Moose 1 Moore lunch period.
on Bradford High School." scouting around for the right Moose and my ponltlon on Senior!! of the C'abllll't. .and of the
isCARP'S leave my name I. Helen" Oasklns. leave to
girl In his old blue truck Named Supreme
< antlers to Clasa Council to Joann Thomas Four Court and their
the accompanying Joyce! Crawford the ability to
no doubt. and my position as President wives attended the affairs p
Carolyn McKinney finish school if she can stand
We see Bunky Soto Is still that she will use them!! to best it. of the Candystrlpers to I 0'"
working hard for Mr Temple i advantage. :I. Steve Denmark, leave five Martha Slemer or Olenda Prevail I i For Gov. Burns .w//
at the Junior HI office while
whichever one can cope
I I, Carlton Meng. leave to pounds "'of rye her husband-to-be Robert false calls to
some deserving Junior my Flip Oraham. who thought the with phone
Reaves. Is serving his time to be the only boy In the WAPB!: and breach of promise. :
I ability Idea of planting them! on
.8reproud with Uncle Sam) the Senior Class to weigh!! 137 football field was so cool. suits. I ScholarshipsI LOOK AHEAD
v't Now that we have completed Beth Crawford.
pounds and be S ft.. 44' In. I. Barbara Brice' leave to I. Merry :' I
i and brought forth our ,Survey I taU: and still wear!! a size 8% any daring Junior the abilityto ave\to Anne Savage all of myproblems Four Bradford County student I G
ofyou we hope all our classmates and the ability to I ClASSOFf65AND -
'' I shoe.I. feed" the IBM machines!! the are among the mats
and graduating classes to get alone with her father as
Marie Oasklns. graciously THE FUTURE
correct food. t.hlUn young people receiving -
come have as much fun and well I .
as got along with..mine.I.
will" to any junior my abilityto I. Sue Brice leave t to Char- educational grants from BELONGS
happiness as THIS class of Robert Nekton leave to I YOU my teachers Into lene Thomas the courage and the scholarship funds raisedat
the unfortunate" who
letting me do an I please. faith to graduate and yet" boo person Inauirural balls for Governor :
Respectfully submitted leave to .,"' achieves the "honor" of being
I. Phyllis Haddock engaged. VVfll
I Peggy ShanbargerJames elected 91ce president, the fun Ifaydon Hums In major I
all Juniors who wish to search! I. Herbert Spencer!! Seller P'lol'ldldtlN last January,
I Talley he will have doing the things!
Bernadette Soto i for them the trials.' joys, III. leave to all BIts student Local students receiving(

|I i a pleasure Senior and thrill of being 1I 1 I. .grants of $250 !each! are: Murra -.i:I CL.ISS'S S OF F 196.6.

Oene Whitaker, leave'
BHS to the Juniors. I
L Bob Reaves" leave to Bonnie i I '"
C. K lOOK AHEAD Green" my neat In Cannva'. 'I l I

'AS'0 I Drug Store ao that she can sit j i 1 s"Jwr ? -
II II I and play footsie with Coby I
j CIASSOF'65- I Shubert I -

AND THE FUTURE I, Jimmy Smith leave nothing 1 r 7"c '.
BELONGS' because I'm taking It all I fI* '
with me i :
I, Olivia Goodman, leave" to 11 I \ '"
I \
t Sherry! Lewis that little Day- \\1
11.1/17 i tona Blue Convalr and that i r -w'k" ; .V ... ,
pretty red" Ford To any DCT I
'. ,t'tJ.-V..J
student. I leave the DCT tele

phone I [feira a 4C .....aia,,,...
I. Blllr Oelger. leave to A
t Bonnie Oreen a worn-out ag I YOU'VE EARNED
Jacket because she want to
Ha be a Future' Farmer I lui1' p J YOUR CHANCE Mi

I, Joann Scott, leave to Betty Cnlfdlldl/lt i. Cut CLASS OF 65
Ann Register my position .d aif ftir (stlt CMritUIU, Ctii

t as head" Majorette knowing kjriikitliiiuiir.GENE il 111/ JMC !lull,. F
I that one head t Is better than
I two In this cane kfr iM I i.In/ul. \ I / Vou'rrhr'jJril I In the l hl "dlr.ctl"LJ.

s the I, Virginia Senior eta CTuce., of 'leave 66 the to Peyton Florist Mary\ all/ t the roads you travel, bt fruitful( I '

e : courage!! and strength to carryon
11'9!) South Thmnpson :SI.;
I the name! of our high i It1 I
State. Bank of Starke
school as we. the Claaa of 65 Q HII't" 1'1urlll.'
have so far failed to do. '
L Oarr: Bennett leave to Thane !11611135: Starke. FloridaTakes
Johnnie Tye my place a* Mr I r
Cowrn's" lab assistant! for the I I''

: coming term May Mr Cow-en I
work, you like he did ua. ILLt[ I I
+ I. Diane Starling, leave ..
my --- '-' "' -' '
old skipping places to Barbara I :. .1,. __ -r- :..'.: -r.: .F.T.,7.. ..,t;
Master and Delores Falcon.I s 9

I Norman Dowdy !leave to t 1 ., I

any Junior the ability to rt LONGTAX ..
I along with the teachers as I'' William
Jewelry I
did t, and I ....vt' to Mike Sleg. r'
Merrill Edwards ler the. 7th period chem study I I A9.SESSRtirndford ; ) Phone 961-MJ11) : | | W. T. JACKSON '.

YourCITY clan that he might be an .*- County Inc. r
Utant next year 112. W. Call, / M. llull.llnir Supplies
Stark-, Fla. CI.IaLKaduaes: I. f>e Walter !leave to Starke, Fla.CLASS. :STAKKK'S\( \ .: : FAHHION
Reno Moore a piano on the ... :Starke, Florida (Cenerul: Contracting I.KAOKK: :

ocond! floor at the First Bap10 ,
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,i To The Graduates of The I II

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colnlur.BARKSDALE'S. Class 65

We offer you

our heartiostCongratulations
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s. To tho class of 1965- ''!'I I We With You Much Success With Your Future Plans,

and Best Wishes ", we salute you and join 1:1: Whether They Be College, Career, or Military Service.

// for a bright future. your other friends in' I 1:1: We 'Invite You To Continue To Shop With U. In The

Future, A. You and Your Parents Have So Generously

wishing you unlimited

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.. North Florida success. I

Starke Builders' Inc. Lumber I III;

r Carl Johns I'rmWrnl Formerly Edwards Grocery and Market I Irroc.rl II .'-

J 219 E. Washington O. Itox 130 111 '*>.( Call St. Thomas IJ>r. Co. ; -. Meats t..eeI !Seed Cur: & Oil *i! ,\

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f: I last week Is for Tuesday merits during the evening They enjoyed going to Folly You are hereby. notified, that CHARUM! A. 1>.\RUYClt.rk
Jerry Dempsey Becky Dlnktns on Wednesday lemon of I I of taN. Circuit (Court ..
a null for Divorce him been
Senior Awards Linda Hagar, Emily Johns, week.\ Mrs. Bass served Bren- nl"ht. At 9 p. m. this! team Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shaw'of Beach where they saw The filed aimlnut you 'In the above Hv Beulah. M. Moo,',.. tiapulyClerk I r TilE RIGHT POINT fc tba
Klara. Lchoczky Phyllis Miller. 1 da's, friends birthday cake takes on the Garden Restaurant Fort White were weekend I Vista and the salt air. They namiHl' Court. .anil ratine and .,,3 4t 8/1 way you write. Come In andam'elcot
Are Presented team of Starke. Also on visited the tomb of Osceola you are required to Nerve. a your favorite! ESTER
Carol Jean Mosley Mar- punch and potato chips. guests of Mrs. Annie Johnson. copy of. your antiwar, or pleading BROOK fountaJn TELEorida .
garet Pater. Jean Rlxdon ; Wishing Brenda a. happy I Tuesday night at 7:30.: the Mrs. Mae Mott spent a. few and the old forts used .during; to the uomplHlnt tin the I'laln- l'rTI.' >% TII Pill.. HVMT.tTK pen.
Seventeen seniors and one Peggy Sthanbarger Elaine birthday and bring her girt Uampttf'am will play Noe- days last week with Mrs. the war days. Stark lift' Attorney, Florida Hon.and fll tax. th.llrwn or-f S ...HI".IO'fl III'II\" IUCompetitive IIthMee61,. ,
junior cited for their academic Strickland Vicki Struth I were Mike. Allen and Oreg gel's Auto of Starke. Beadle Connerly In Hasrua.! urinal In the office: of the ClerkI I MfHleri, BUI will JlHlprt Executive, H. Shier Director
achievement last Friday at an I Olenda Wade and Jeff Leonard, Robin Farrlsh MalIs BRIDAL KIIOWER Mrs. Ethel BO.S.S and children I I fore the the: Circuit!7th Unv Court of June on' ., rl 1946 be-: be rnxtltutlon rer'i l\e Bradford )| Awards Assembly at ren.YYYYYTYyyyy Miss Delores Parrish was and Betty N< Tirn. otherwlne the alleuattone ;$1' on date rtou II for
wal'-// Melvin Pat McRas. Brad Mc- In (...... I f-nrl llrmKurdCuuolr. Complaint taken MNoontouagd of aurpluii property.! will not be responsible for
High School. 1 honored with a bridal showerat Malissa stayed In Charteston Florida* In <*..........,. by you. Jl'NK *, UU6-1'ln Gum (no
Award winners by subject* Rae, Danny. Annette, Joann the Brooker Community S. C. last Saturday and Sun- Cane. N 13-4'JK Thin notice nhnll be puMleheil, WraPlllO) any debts made by anyone
artj,:! Judy Boss! and Reed Center last Saturday night. 1ar? While there they visited Shirley Ann Di-nnley plaintiff once each week for tour cuniwcutlve Hid blank. ,'..n.llllnn.. anil other than my self. James E.AkrldJ .
were: VH William. Whueler. Uau.. >- weeks In the Uradforil ..pei'IfIatI"nhs mAY lie ohtalneil '. 827 617
Harley. Mrs. H. F. .
Hostesses for the occasion Mrs. Bass' mother. _
Maria I .
Social Studies BROOKERBy lev Defendant' County Telegraph frin \$!tat.! Puri-bnMlnir CununlaIon -
Slstrunk. I SOFTBALL SCHEDULE; I and her uncle and Dated thle llth day of May .. Ulvlnlon OJr Institution
(!Moore and Mike i "ere Mrs. Monroe Barnes and BauKhman. NOTICH T' APPEARTo liloxhamStreet Plastic Notebooks $%.20 at the
1965. '
English Jean Rladon and Betty RabonAAA The schedule fr the Brook- !Mi.\ ,. Ray Ooss. Guests enjoyed ; aunt Mr. and Mrs. WyUe.H'.I' : Wllllum KrundwHX Wheeler Tumpn, Bemiley3112H Flor- (SKAT' > I stale', oirii Wing' linllclinr Kuum31.. Tal-.
Mickey Dansby. er Men's Softball tc"\m for playing games and refresh- Harley and Jack Wara Ida. I f
Agriculture Wayne Clem
I The Groover family reunionwas -
M-Uhomatlcs Atarla Moore
and Phyllis Haddock.At held Sunday. last, week at QUALITY RIGHTS RESERVED '
.the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene : GOVERNMENT GRADED
t.Jane Adams and Larry Crosby. Members' th3 =E ( PRICES JUNE GOOD 3RD THRU

Bapj fHmlly who had not seen one
Science Kla.ra Lehoczky W1N'I.DIXIC -
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another in years got togtherto I
and Mike Sistrunk.
catch up on old times.: A
American History James '
delirious dinner! was spread to
E. DoUfflaa. *a )Junior. I'
I the multitude and I do meanmultitude.
Business{ Education -Sharon -' I CHOICE BEEF
Mosley and Carol Jean
Mosley. I put of towners Included Mr. I
Student Body Pr faf'ntMickl."Y and c Mrs. Josh Groover Briton I
Dansby received an and Alice Groover of Dade
traditional to hU City: Mr. and Mrs. Menztc
award position
at BHS. Mark Hamiltonand Oroover and daughter, Mr. Ii
Carlton Meng were cited and Mrs. Robert: Nolen and IS ALL WE SELL!
receive the family, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie I a
for being chosen to I
annual Civitan Club Scholar- Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ..--
ships $250 each awarded for 'Howard and children all R.of -. ,___ ,- --- I Winn-Dixie buys only one kind of beef a top quality beef certified a top
Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. '
citizenship. '
outstanding quality by the only real : The United States Deportment of Aflrfcultu'fe grad
Ten seniors were also rec- C. GVoovcr of Miami; Mr. and .- .. experts
ogntwd. for graduating with Mrs; John Groover, of Oak- -I ..-.' I \ ers. And it means you buy only top quality beef tender delicious, perfectty/norbf-:
High Honors and '82.0 aver- rldffe Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. T. I I ed to give you extra taste without extra waste. That is if you buy all your beef at
one' or above Ton! four years .J. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Jim- .. ) Winn-Dixie. Remember, only 22 percent of f all the beef sold in America makes the
mle Crosby and family
Mickey work. They Dansby.are: Phyllis Jane Adams Had-I, Gainesville: ; Mrs. Ann Prevatt 4 ) -i U. S. D. A. Choice grade. So look for the U. S. CHOICE symbol oh the meat*'* package -

dock Mark Hamilton.! of Orlando; Wayne Groover and be sure!
MrRae.' Maria Moore 'Kathy of Tallahassee and Mr. and lv -
My rick. Elalns'nertdlnflr. Mike I Mrs. A. J. Mann of Brooker. ..-

head.Slstrunlnn4 Steve White- BIRTHDAY Miss Brenda PARTY Bass. daughter ., C Winn-Dixie is the only major food chain
:There Are also 14 who will of Mr. find Mrs. J. T. Bass! ..! !' -!.... ...... ... .tftttl'tiiiiiIliliiiiiUiiTi! ! 1
graduate with honors. a 75.0 celebrated her birthday witha : I USDACHOICE: (
and above average. They are: party at the Brooker Park I Ir -I ; : $ : : i: in this area that sells Government Graded

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JUNE 3. 1965 nnxnronn rorvrr TFLFOKIPII.
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.on. tey. Lawtey 5:30.: be irettirtK better sines oehoolIn : day. and Fiklay" Southnldeand
: at ornla.] QAlnenvUlo. Lake City
I Q'nm4' job In their thhci 1 year of alowpitch
r SCIIEDl'I.E Tues., June aWeatel'lAu- almost over. More boys are the nsw eoTtbaU. field and PtUatka
I RECREATION NEWS Thurs. June 3- Lawtey vs I to vs Medical Assn., Starke. i I II needed to make another team. I II Legion Kaaebull I Small Fry Baseball i i Mummer Rrrrcallon Cocoa! aoftboll.defending Third Slate place *
7:30. Oil Ralfoid.Ralford. .I We feel that we have enoutrhboys We have. completed: work on I .
: Johns vs "-
Southern Discount Starke. All I ..-
boys InterostJd In paying : i School will be out on June' Champs of 1983 and 196.i
6. I for true team, but we a program for tie summer
6: I this summer! should 4. and< we would like for all !i were winners of two names In *
30.Friday would< like to have enough for l'on-I I and will send the acheduls of I
LITTLE: I.EAIJVEStandings try 7. Trlest 6. 1 .. June 4-No games I Thurs June 10 Medical i four trains Any boy who tact John Mnnnlnv (" hays' who have' slauivt up and aoUvHlps' to the school and t 1 World Competition In 1984.-
I w:H1loetlastern ] : Tuesday. May 23 Liberty I scheduled. Assn. vs .Southern DUcount. would like! to: lgn u:> pleuso! Schaefer or A. t.. Crosby::!: Jr. : thooo who are Intfol'ollttod and I run It in TlM' Telcorri\ ', Fourth place Garden Re tau.
Auto. 6-2. Starke. 6 Trlwt vs Liberty We have about :20. boys 'who haven't sinned to lInt has a Z8-5 won-lona \rec-
/ : Lawtcy: National! 2. Medical Assn. 3. Sat.. June 5 Trlest vs call the Recreation Center! for up report to, that everyone will know xvlvt'
National Staike. 7:30.: have Indicated they want toplnv tine Uttlt old and took first place In the
1-2: Johns Oil. 6-3.: KaUord I | League Baseball 1
Thurs. May 27 Southern Johns Oil. Starke. 5:30.: Western any Information you would like: whfn. where the activities will j ji i iI ..
1-3; Tilast. 5-3: Medical i Discount 8. Johns Oil 10. Auto vs Liberty National.: Frl., June 11-Weetjrn Auto,''or ned to know about the'I but we will take more. I fleSd! on Thurft 3-5 Liberty National:: i vs RalforJ. Raiford. 6. Lawtey Pwctiott wlU atari now that 2:30: to be nssiirnrd on a team, Qnrden leave Friday
n. ; will
Stalk 1. Medical |
Fri.. :May 28-Western Auto : : Assn vsRaiford. :league We have the following 11'1"< otttr something you
-7.: Southern Discount::> 18.RESULTS I vs Johns Oil. Starke. 7:30.: I I school U about out, and ourfhyt and find out what your practice afternoon to compete In ar.-
Ralford. 530. i would like.
vs Trlest; RaiTo-rd- vs LibertyNattonat : I tennis ready to start: Food' ... Just I call us at the I
I Jr. League lUwbullWe same Is only two erksnvvay schedule will be until th&lIelOI other Invitational Tourna-
: !: and Lawtey vs Med- Mon.. June 7 Southern: Fair. RcgUtar OH and Lawtt'y.i i iCondi Recreation Center and !give ,:
.' i nn-dor; the lights at the \ opens\ tn two necks We meet at Fort Walton Beach '
Western that mill
Monday May 24- are hoping e ,
\teal: ) Association all rained out I Discount vs Trlest Hampton. Townsend Strickland< Is'' '' I u" your sugventhMM and we
\uto 9. Johns Oil 5.; Southern ', These games win be rescheduled -, 5:30.: Liberty National vs Law- be able to open the season( i inect I I practicing on Monday Thurs State Farm We also are trying nrrd two weeks of practice will try to work it into our with four of the aame teams
,aunt 2. Ralford 21; Law- ) during the current sea- 1 J week. Interest seems to to arrange games with, before the waaon'a\ openingU PI'OtII'Rm. enteruiff

-'-- Teen Time'
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I, We wlU have, the Recreation ,
\ Center<< open each Saturday M
til a hi for teenagers to come ,
I I and hay!' fun during\ school'
S. CHOICE W-D BRAND b vacation this .nummrrttrrrrUnn +I

Sirloin Steak LB. 1.09 / arc. Very happy Center to are no ,:I IWf Rentals
: spiny Mme" bv In the afternoon I
U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND SIRLOIN TIP ROAST OR Sweet Hickory ) after l\'hOI( ( l mid use the)
; t e Center for artlvltlM. There

bane Steal LB, 1.19 Ira usually between 40(' and, 73rhltlrrn : r
cacti aftrimn \
U S. CHOICE W-0 BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS S.:in! to 8in: rn'o1nt' thfinclvrt $1 Per Day
( lit the r-n'rr I ALf. NEW 1-OKTAHI.rS:
98 I Smoked HAMS Men* "Softball, ]...*(u.
Round teak ;
> . Last meek In the Af'n'ii\ EmersonDahmer's
"rlt'llI'1 v"'H" M"" P'Pc"\
Control in ave Into IIl:1nn": : '
49 EITHER HALF OR WHOLEU. "'IIC''* with thr'' vlrtoiU i for 'I
Chuck Roast .
Ih" amet.Mnnrliv
e Sunnyland Ham perfect I nllfht ....."t rnntnribvt .. I I
I 112 l E. Call Ph. OC9-177I
for meal feast '
any or t Hi-onktT 11-0 TaesiJV ,
I snack A Family Favorite nirld" garden b'.t Nvwl1: :!
R-b 3 9
Beel. Short ID. .
I S e ". a that dresses up your table .and, Peat Control bT'it! t( lnp-
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U. S. CHOICE W.D BRAND ROUND BONE for company-best and then Thur t"v" I1I'ihr hat CnnlpiI

'. makes a special treat of left tint NI.I'a.' ,, I Broukmb'tV; ''
Shoulder I Roast 69, avers A real two timer (and "Natural: O".. und Hampton "HINEIGHBOR"
brut t flro'ikw I
then some) :
U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESSDeEmorfiico I .tt"d"nQ" for lit* "'f''li la'1 1illv '
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Steak i ::1 7 9 .rnxlmnfrlv I.flrtn "> .nHlnit
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U. S. CHOICE WD BRAND BONELESS ROUND ROAST OR I the "row hl."t.. 's 1..i, bUi11, Jim Wutmn.Anil .

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Rib Roast LB. 98 Thu. h"'f of 1.'ante On
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U. S. CHOICE W.D BRAND "Mn" calf n- :wliHf,! liitfvlnvfun JUNE
Fillets. LB 291 Wieners..45V "' n folio nn nut and l slll'-
Roast LB. 59 ? .p. .-... .nftbe'I, n-nornm,. Hour Special\ liumlGFGRC1E :

U. S. CHOICE W D BRANDChuck tit:"'ii I.\MT. ti t"tREVIIttmntet :

Steak 69 Shrimp. 89/ Biscuits 6/49x/ ." .. ,.",.."..."e."">".....",Inlii ,-..."nnrtsr. ... MUGGINSKrndford
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U. S. CHOICE W.D BRAND s REG. 39c PKG. TARNOW CHIPPED HAM OH 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PALMETTO FARM h 11!1 ....'''.-..". K./1. hw. CountyAgricultural '
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8TAHKE, FLA.. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1985Let's _ __

1SereArc ..rrrrrmr.mrrrrnr Sharon Mosley, granddaught-j 1 i Cemetery.The you like them dry inside, turn

er of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Car- grand (open for West. off oven; leave them 30 min LAWSON'S MARKET'
ce CLAY HILL ter, Is a member of the BHS berry Unifies mortuary will utes door ajar. Serve hot with
graduating class. be June 15, in Orange Park. butter or split and serve with''I

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph o The name or the mortuary saucy Ailing. Makes 6 to 8, Cold Storage Grocery Store
Sev Uy 1\1rit. Howard Padgett Crosby of Long Branch visited has not been announced yet. I

dUnlOlt.chte' Phone 289-413:! Mr and Mrs. Elmer Carter Clay Jim School %:::1! be out
Have A Repeat Performance Saturday night. Friday, June 5, for si n.iier \"0'''''''': TO I>':'''.:''11
Await rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr'Attendance James Grlifla of Lawtey visited vacation. We are sorry that tllltlir fOLIIT, Hit.\l>-
High Starke has demonstratedthat Cocoa Beach outfit, who held Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Pad Williams rOHU ('01 NTV. Kl.Ollllltll
Once again ]ly touted at church last Raymond Brat and ('ll f:'*! (KHY. Came No. 1.1IMKI -
AWl it can give a good account of itself the state championship for two years. Sunday was 87. The nurserywon. gett Tuesday afternoon. second grade teacher, will not !
were!: in the role of host. Out-of-town With a few more reserves; (Hampton the banner. ,Mrs. Sarah I Mrs. Bernice Coody and return next term. We feel he Jacqueline IMalntll.M. I'unter

eoc visitors attending the Invitational might well have emerged at the top: Ballard of Jacksonville and children have moved from has done a marvelous Job vs.Martin. .
(Moon Green Cove Springs to Clay with the chJdrcn.: The students Ik Hunter,
Softball Tournament here last week- instead of in runner-up position, but Mr. and Mrs. Hancock and 4
En Hill to live with her mother, Defendant
!Mickt end expressed a desire to return next four games in blistering 90-degree heatis family of Penney Farms attended Mrs. Ella Carter. reported derful trip that they last had Friday a won-to NOTICE TO APPEAR I

Bal year. The visitors were generous in enough to cause most any team to I, the morning worahlp.Vacation Mrs. Ethel Carter has re-, White Springs. and Stephen To: Martin. L.. Hunter AnareuUnknown :,

Agr their praise-of our city and of the wilt a little before the final inning.It begin July 12 Bible at 9 School a.m. will We tu-ned to work after a two Foster Memorial. You are:: h.robj n.>tlfled thaa I
one motel and restaurant accommodationsto that the Starke .Jn ; i months leave of absence due milt/ for r>lvt r,.e "iaa been. flleil ; ',
is our hope nvlte all who are Interested to illness RECIPE Ult THE WEEK: awalnit" you It. the .1> ,.... ,. + t
M"* be found here, as well as the SpOl.tsmanship vitational Softball Tournament will i, la please. attend the school. Mrs. Irene Popovers eggs, 1 cup milk, named Court and eau an" you

and ) and hospitality of our softball come an annual event, and willlalp,, ; 1 Mr. and Mrs Louie Carter last weekend with Padgett Mr.spent and 1 cup sifted ell-purpose! flour, of are required. to Mervt a copy>Ini I
Alt your answer or pletdlnjr/
teams. the attention it deserves in .the..fu* and Nancy visited Mrs. HcBHie Mrs. Vans of Jacksonville. 1-2 teaspoon salt 1 table- the (nmplilnt on the Plaintiffs'''
BagA} at carefully planned Adams of Doctor's Inlet last I spoon salad oil. Attorney Thomas A Tlerr.. 201 I
attendance ture.Vith more
Although spectator
Sd Mrs. Alice Mosley had Sun- North Templej. Av.. Rtarke
: the tournament was not as large as publicity, and some active support Saturday.Mrs. day dinner! with'! her son and Place eggs In bowl\ ; add Florida nnd flea tn. original/ In Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
andMn Chamber of Commerce and Polly Grlffla of Long milk, flour, ,uid suit. Beat the office RI" tile Clerk( of' theCircuit I ,
) hoped for, now that the groundwork from the darghter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. ( C'ourt .
before the
1 1minuted:: on or
E.D has been laid, there is little doubt other civic groups, it could easily be- Branch has returned to her Clarence Mosley, of Jackson with rotary or iiflth day of June/ tins, otherwise Pork For Your Freezer.We
electric beaten Deep
events of home after being confined for ville. Add salad oil, the alleiratlnni. of ad! .
:Eu that receipts will be much largerin one of the outstanding
three. weeks to a convalc ce..1t beat 1-2 minute (do r...c ovcrbeat Complaint will b. taken aaconreMHed
onMosli the future. This was the first time its kind in Florida. The town will home in Jacksonville. Mrs. Hlldied Carter and ). Fill 6. to 8 well-geas- by you. Mill Pick-up and Hutcher. There will be a

for such an event here, and there was benefit greatly from the visitors Mrs Randolph Crosby of Bernice Coody have been employed I ed custard: cups, 1.2 full BakeIn This once. notice sad hall.week he for puhtliihd h< "irronnp'Mitlve Small Fee for I'ick-up-llutcherinj! cows $3.00 per

"Sn very little advance publicity of a nature brought in by such an attractionnotonly l Long Branch visited. Mr. and by the A&P Co. v--y hot oven ((475 degrees) weeks In thrRRAOFItn HeiiH and Hide. flogs I !! 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight.

MIcleawar calculated to bring out the crowds.! in good will gained, but by actual Mrs. Ruben Mosley and family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad- for 15 minute,; reduce heat 0HAI'11... (rNTY TKL.K-: Fur Chill-cut and wrapping' \ 51'1' e per lb. with paper.

itlon And while we're on the subject, let dollars spent by the fans and players Sunday.Mrs. gett Mrs. and sons visited nand to 350 degree.* and bake 23 Paled. thin 11th day 'of May
us offer congratulations to our plucky while in midst.Congratulations. Sarah Ballard of Jacksonville James Saunders and to 30 minutes. or till brown 106!, We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezers:
and our family of Penney Farms last and flrm. A few CHARtRS: A DAnny
for b Hampton team that staged the big to those responsible Is visiting Irene Pad. Saturday afternoon. minutes before Clerk "f th. r-irciili/ ) Court -

anmships' surprise of the tournament by outhit- for this tournament, and let's have gett Mr.this and week.Mrs. Bobby Pad. Mrs Farley Austin visited prick removlnr each popover from with oven a, By Boulah Deputy. M. Moody ClerkSRAL Phone 96&-8281 218 Washington( St. ]

ting and outscoring some of Florida'sbest another one in 1966. gett and children enjoyed a her cousin, :Mrs.: Ella Mae fork to let steam escape. If ( ) _
1-24 4t S-1T
outfit softball teams, including the high- Crews in St. Vincent's Hos-
Saturday trip to Six Gun Ter-
re01tl112 pital lest Sunday afternoon ,
ritory near Springs.
We regret to learn of the
High Mr. and Mrs George Griffis death of Everett Godwin who I
An American Tragedy of Long Branch were '
age passed away Saturday after-
guests of Irene Padgett last Whitehead Brothersannounce
wbrk noon at his home. Mr. Godwin
Mick\ U. S. Representative Joe Pool, Texas ance, I agree with Congressman Pool :Saturday:: night. was well known and loved by I'

dock Democrat, who recently took part in that they probably smell bad, too. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carter all throughout Clay Hill. Funeral I I

MfPSlstl hearings by the House Committee on "These people have rights that attnded Baccalaureate Service services were held in

MYrl Un-American Activities! in Chicago, should be protected, but the place to Sunday night in the Bradford Long Branch Church and bu-1 I

estimates there are "50,000 to 100,000 protect them is at the ballot box, in County School Auditorium. riad was In Long BranchIng "

head card-carrying Communists and Com- the law-making bodies, and in the announce
;n should be I hose, but it U a slow process, ] 'jEOUS
munist-front organizations". in the U. courts. And the way they their k
grad honorable and the red 'bugs attack us repeat .
S. protected is in a courteous, M
and at one end, and the yellow
It is his opinion that one of the decent, and lawful manner. I I files at the other. And it la We see where an organization -

greatest objectives of the Communist "In my opinion, one begins to lose difficult to stand still water- Florida Blackberry, Growers of

party in this country is the young per- respect for himself when he starts to Ing a plant, when the bugs are and it. will will be be formed soon, -

son of college age. "It is an American neglect his personal appearance, and racing up your legs and the watch what happens.interesting There to "- -- SUNDAY JUNE 6

tragedy that wherever the committeegoes when he ceases to have a sense of flleg, al'e gnawing at your have been efforts to organize ,
or there is a civil rights move- pride in dress and general grooming.This strawberry growers in the!

ment, many young people who are goes for the women and girls, as The files have a sentinel nt past, but none on a stnte- / 2 TILL 7P.M
shiftless bearded long-haired well the Let's try to be clean, 'wide level, so far
;' lazy, as men. the back door, and no mutter as we know.
smell bad, and are dirty show up," the neat, and courteous, and then see if how slyly we try to tinea.:. Due to the unusual!'\ interest shown by the

:w'F Congressman declares."It many of our grievances are not min- out, he spreads the word Meanwhile like everyone public we are holding Open !House again

is a sad state when young peoplaof imized. "Target sighted -fresh moat' else we're trying to find ways to meet the demand.

21 and 22 have reached a point "We are told, time after time, by on the way," and a hungry to 'beat the heat" One of our on ,this SENSATIONAL

where they want to throw away their our traffic officials that one of the horde of them come buzzing problems" la that the "Puddle I
.14.G Jumper, when in '
in for the kill. So what with parked the
lives he adds. most essential rules of safety Is common
sun for few hours ''
a becomes'the
bugs, and the files, and
This news release from Congressman courtesy. We are told time after ,biting ants, and the snakes. finest tittle roasting oven
'WC Pool caused one reader of Th time that the safe driver is the crawling for water, this is a we've ever sat in, and needs U. S. Steel Model Home

: Telegraph to make the following comments courteous driver. good time to bundle up and only a spinning Boat to makeR

,& which we feel warrant space "So I truly hope and pray that each stay In the middle of an .air a rotisserie first. clasn.. '
In editorial column and graduate of our fine Brad- conditioned room. As it is now, apparently It' ...
our : every "" : "l.!, .
"As Congressman Pool stated ford High School this '.. ';. "
we County year The mimosa .Is. sot for "broiling! ," and Sam :
\Is one of the r, "
notice in newspaper accounts, news and every year, will keep these things: moat beautiful shrubs In thH gets overdone on one ride,

photos, and television scenes many of in mind, and in so doing will reflect urea, and we have planted a and under-cooked on the other, t rA

the college students who are causing great credit upon your parents!'!, upon number, without getting ono but uncomfortable all over. ,,'
civil commotion to be dirty the schools and the churches .
appear upon to bloom But thin week one: I
t bearded, long-haired, and generally which have and still hold your welfareat of them at our old nursery But what Is he grumbling ....... I-4}
: unkempt. Judging from their appear heart." fame out In flower o Nature about? The Uttle scooter la ..

can be a* perverse as any of so small that It should not be 5 .Ii _
.. us, it. Deems. hard to air-condition. Right r
now S.i'm. Is toying with the ) '
Time For 'Sense In The Sun'Like
And speaking of blooms, idea of picking up a few Ire /
one of our hibiscus which we cubes while en route, and even .
repeated overdoses of anything Fortunately, cancer of the skin is wintered over in the garden' if they don't cool the air sufficiently -

.1, -overdoses of the sun's hot rays at the most curable type, since it appearson room, has come out in flower, they would undoubtedly -1 "I :. :::

this time of year can result in trouble- the body's surface and can readily while others we left out are coo: down his bigfat I ; 1 : ; .1

. some after effects, instead of desirable !'! be seen, even in its early stages. Skin I still u long way from bloom- mouth.HARD I :;M ..,; ..=:--- r

. benefits.It cancer usually does not spread to II I ,** ;
. I :p' Tt'' ....._**,
. is an established fact that repeated other parts of the body, but is never- :4 t :
. sunburns are perhaps the most theless dangerous and likely to spreadto : yIj $ p l I' ".,- '" <. -

.. 1 widespread of the known causes of surrounding tissue if neglected. t IIIIrl "V.

. cancerand skin cancer is the most Skin cancer occurs much more of-
. in southern states ;::.e.ftlA'! ;." ..;..J!: r" _y.- {
of all. ten people ,
prevalent among
'4; ....." ... ,,,",, .
.,, _
. due to constant to the ;f4'WO'! :; ,
A new sound-color movie, and a exposure sun. "
&. new pamphlet, both titled, "Sense in and( is the cause of more than 3,500 -ht.t.'f.. -, -
deaths annually. Ironically, most of
The Sun. have been produced by the

....... Florida Society Division as a of reminder the American to native Cancer cancer these/ deaths is highly are curable needless when since detected skin- 1 "The/ Family/ Home With/ The Heart Of Steel"

_-. Floridiar., as well as visitors!'!, not toovercxpo."e early nnd given prompt treatment.
s.. Club or association chair- l ,
t themselves!'! for long pe- program
to.. clods to the strong ultra-violet men who would like to have the "Sense!'! '

.. of the sun. rays in The Sun" film for their meetingsare ( / )h At These Features!

The film i is!'! available for showings, advised to make bookings well in .

without cost, to organized I groups, advance. Information may be obtained -

and the pamphlets may nso! be had by writing the American Cancer
for the asking. Society, Florida l Division> 416 Tampa
Street, Tampa, Fla. "r".k C'onb'uo'tlnn roE EIl'4"lrlc o.luse ugh Ibtllh's'
r FACTS, (Entire: IItlu") "ullt.ln Range
B --- n..k,...1 Aiwa I.
lr. 8. !Steel' Kitchen
roE 11"1 W.trr 1I..I..r
Farmer's Diary to the surface, ""here they About College Costs. throliithout
later dry off and die. l'anl 8rlc-k Est.rior1&8t..r
: -
Three J\4ocI..m.. Rlilit-in ""It" In

'Ete By Baa MoGarr7. Irrigation Is a good answerto 1 IT WILL COST a great deal of money to send your I e Two Baths Room:\ Bath Jr.-Inc Natural Inreh Cabtsets>>

the farmer's problem now, child to college $10,000 youngster for a four 111 KitchenSeparate

pay the preacher." Planta, but there are lIectlons'ot the ;year course la already in the cards. Have the 'I Foyer \11 t.tnln'all.: UllRllnUnt
$1( stock animals and even us county where It Is difficult to Dining Room insulated Math 2 Ia'Ae.Kitchen .. tnoIow.
:: well at reasonable 1 funds you will need by saving them now, here. .
poor humans are feeling the get a a elberglar
: ; effects, and dry tut the earth depth. For instance, over In 1 Our liberal earnings will help swell your total I Flush lahOC. DeetsIli

; Is, It will take a. series of the Whitehead sectlqnjf.alfuig} -can provide as much as one full year's tuition risings hosed. Eases: -Uh i.entator \\endow
: heavy showers to bring relief the Johns Road, a well\{.w",,n I 31 hL orerhang "lehutters
A dug to a depth of 300 (feet, i Lane Lett. Landscaped.
I We had a light shower at and then abandoned wheii"it\.:! START AN ACCOUNT WITH \ .. t..... 2IG-11. R.N". City "Pateraapbalt

our place lust Friday night, failed to produce enough Water shingle.Prl
Fcnee I. Rest
\ I acy City sewage
1 but while It refreshed the folIage US TODAY Forma-. ..
The drought Is unbroken in Cou.tert.
{{'all. .I. In.w.lrd
a bit, and cooled off the : Crlllnc Outmkle. NaJhl
many sections, and Brick
judging by place, tt did more harm than We are trying to keep the I .
I .
the lack of rainfall In those, ill: "b... hour I.t..n.prnod Glws backed up with .1-\1: !IItrc.
places It looks I good, as rains of that sort plants around our yard alive heat; O Air ('cmd. Sliding ioor' 11 in "beast, 1 ... IIbPrcr.-.
lot of people have as"forgot though to a serve only to bring root. up by watering with a garden Prepare For The Future .. Americas Slanderer Family ICoom. nsealoe .U .._ bani.

-.a heavy duty a&w.t"",.....
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i I Landry Ronm I. 'till tut _u.. and beating
t .'nn.lrona hour,
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,.." ...v..,...........V.......- ... ....................................1 For$75,000 Gold Alotted Head 26 SeniorsTo For Services Mrs.Held GephartOf Garden Of The Club LakesInstallation Fund Drive Launched To Name I

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : And Magnolia Graduate Hillcrest New Scout Camp Unit For Yerkes I

Construction funds i iFriday Mrs Ada Ocphart 18. of The Garden Club of tho .
K. Schaeffer totaling Lakes held its first annual
By Mary
I (75.000: for buildings a' Gold Hillcrest. died last Friday I bert >f. Allen Rev Jean

k-_..........,...W..............u.........._a. .k., I Head Branch State Park and Night morning In a Starke hospital spring lion of luncheon officers end on In.itnlla-Frl.lay. Keystone Heights, Melrose I Chance ':\1'1. Jean Allen and
Magnolia Lake State Park .rww after a brief Illness.! SIn wasa and! Hawthorne have banded Mr. and Mrs.: O. H. farm all
WOMAN'S CLUBINSTALLATION CARD PARTY SET near Keystone Heights were native of :Montgomery: Ala, May 23 at the Thomas Hotelin together to raise $3.900 for a of Mel roue; Steve Moore: ,

TEA I I M mbei* of the Keystone Included the recently approved Twenty-six members of the and has lived at lllcmt\ for Gainesville The tables I campsite at the new Baden- Charles Tolfonl. and Martin

On Tuesday afternoon May HcUhts Woman's Club have biennial budget of the 1969 graduating class of Keystone the past several years. She attended were beautifully decorated Powell County Reservation Ramos, Keystone llelghts.

25. the home: of Mrs.\ ArthurH. decided to stay active durUig Florida< Board of Parks, according Height' High Sohoo : the Community with arrangements of bowls. ot six miles south of Molroae, In Father Yerkes is also Vi. I

Lagans was the scene of the summer by holding a cant ; to Director Bill Miller will receive diplomas: In Uv I'jl Church of Keystone Heights blue hydrangeas and ropes of honor of The Venerable (Fred known in Stuike, having served

.- the final meeting of the Worn piuty or two each month. The This allotment was part of annual commencement exercises Surviving is one son Mlles ivy and duylllloii' I In many Yeikea. Archdeacon of the St. Mark's EplE.. op it

an's Club for the current reason. date set for the first one will the overall 11. :50! 00 budget to be held at 8 p. m. Frl jl Tn<> Church In inouj: cupuciuia: !)

It WM a garden party be on :Monday aftErnoon Jane granted to the Park Board for day at The Reservation aMiss Brothers John R. Roberts of over the yours tie now llr e
for which the Lagas&e home 21. at 1:30.: Parties will beheld the next two years by the (KH1I3 football fl-Mdl. :Melrose and William Roberts table had a largearrangement Plan for the project were in Jacksonville but op im
of blu.
..1, with Its patio and; screened In the community hall at Leg .11I t u r.. The welcoming address will\] nf Montgomery. Ala.; and two hydrangea completed! at a meeting held moat of hi.. time iruvtlin, ,
porch ove.looking Lake Geneva the Municipal Building In Miller said much of the be maJe by Steve D. Shackl k : sisters, Mrs. Bertha BUM.?!\1! and branches of honey.suckle last Prltlay nitfht In Trinity over the IJIU":"").
with colorful butter.flies
I''I 4 is well adl.;>ted.If' City Park-Ideal. In that it Is credit for obtaining the .buildIng ford president! of the SeniorClass. and !Mrs Oertrudo Dubson Episcopal Church parish housein

,. Mrs. E. H. Bartlett} of Lake alr-eondltloned.. So keep that funda for these parks was Bruce Moon SalutatorIan both of Montgomery and bees renting on the Melrose[ by friends and: ad. 1'lastieutcbnuka, $'-'.:0 at the
branches. The theme
'J Wlnott. president of the Ala. date. open for a cool pleasant due to the efforts of San. will speak on "Our American 1 I Fun ral services were heldat wa carried out with a dainty. mlrers of Father. Yerk..It.Fath..r Frletruph.! .
;. chua. Federation of Woman' : afternoon Mrs. David A. Nelson l. Charley E. Johns and Rep heritage" and Carol Gardner {, 10 a. m. Monday In Jones each Ycrke* was the first

i!< Clubs wu the guest of honor I will be In charge Louis 1. Huntley. "Both of Stephenson Valedictorian, wlk': I is EngagedTo I Memorial Chapel with Dr. A butterfly. The placed hand on lettering pl..ecurd. ol holder of the Silver Ue"ver"Wll"t

having been Invited to Install LADIES' GOLFING NOTES these gentlemen" he said, have as her topic, And. Now C. Holt, pastor of the Community the done Mrs.KJnvonJ In this area, the high. MURRHEE
names was by
officers for the coming I On Thursday May 27 the " determined that these Tomorrow." John Allen Church. officiating Dwyer Jr., and the et honor In adult scouting

year. Taking office are: Mrs final round In the Christoffers areas should receive the recognition Special: awards will be made Interment was in the Keystone which He hllI..n active In scouting Insurance Agency
lovely : were
John Bird. president; Mr Tournament was held at K\i: and financial: aupport by Philip A. Knuth. KHHS Mr. and Mrs Q. B. Gardner,' heights Cemetery under presented. corsage. to the new officers. for 23 year*, and founded

Herbert Nelson first vice Keystone Oolf 8t; Country they deserve." principal and diplomas will be announce the engagement ol' j I direction of DeWItt C were made!. by Mrs.: Ira T.nay. troop In Cedir Key Newberry General Insurance

president: Mrs. Sara McDonald Club. The first round was He pointed out that members presented by Jese P. Tines their daughter, Wilma Juan,,, : Jones Funeral Home.MELROSE. .. lUwtliorne, Keystone .nu-. : t\HI! <.tl.TV M\-

second vice president; held April 29. Mrs. Arthur of the advisory councilfor Clay County Superintendent of to John Thomas Allan son ol f The lntallatlai of officerswas Heights, t1'Iilrhand Jackson IUSNI'TennSU"l{

Mrs. Arthur H. Lagasse. recording Ketch was one-up over Mrs these parks also worked Schools. Mrs Lena demons of Keystone I ........YY......""'" conducted by Mrs. J. !: vllle. K.v ton. ".1"(11." .U.-t74t1!
l IIr.
secretary; Mrs. Owen Alex Brokas In the final with the Park Board In securing Opening devotionals< will be Heights Miss Gardner William director! of I> .. Philip Tarson of

Baker corresponding secretary round. In the consolation. legislative support for conducted by Carol Wolfe and will graduate from KeystoneHeights Four Garden. Clubs whs; 1'1""I'I Keystone heights was named -
; Mrs. Fremont Tolles Mrs. E. T. Martin was winnerIn Its development program. Thomas Byrd. The organ prelude High School In June. I nested each new officer chairman of the campaign FlUCIC U. 8. OOVICRMErn':'

treasurer: and Mrs. Alma a "8u dden Death" play-off Member of the Gold Head will be by Mrs. George Mr. Allen Is a 1964 graduateof a miniature token Indicativeof committee, and! announcedthat HOOK ON HKAUINO AIDS

Frost who will replace Mrs with Mr. A. R. Mangels. State Park Advisory Council Canova. and Mrs. Robert Hen. KHHS and has attended By !Mrs.\ Grant nothhammerl her office." Mra.' U. II.Schneberger I all contribution may be Itearlntr F.OH.S' Hope Thru

William Reynolds, whose termon In the 9-hole side tourna include Elliott Mugulre. Green dry. soloist will sine "You'U St. Johns River Junior College retiring <. I given to committee: member Research",
the Board of Directors has ment. Low Net. was won by Cove Springs; s. E. McKay Never' Walk Alone. In Pal at k* for the past two pr.*'nte, I punt .
.. Keystone Otto J.rurrbee. trimesters >t'I'l.lCATi: BU1UGK Keystone JI.I&hl.l.Others
expired. ,. Mrs. E. Alken. with a score Heights; Baccalaureate the. Incoming president Mr*. Gaine.villeHearing
Assisting Mrs. Lagasse In of 34. and second low-net by ) Sr. Keystone Heights! ; Members of the graduating Wedding plan. will be announced Winners at Melrose Duplicate Ira T Haye. The other newly/ committee: serving on the .fundraising ' .

serving her guests were Mr Mrs. R. A. Starnea. with a Albert Nelson Key atoneHeights class attended Baccalaureate at a later date. Bridge Club for last week elected officer for the club Aluore, lUwthorne are: ... O. Aid Co.

S. E. Kennedy and Mrs. Walter score of ST. and 8. D. Saunders, ,Services last Sunday night In were: Mrs J. D. Henderson are, Mrs C. L. Stripling, first Baldwin. Ule nn Itothhanmier; AtO: N. Main UitlneavllleI7AOODA '

Andrewsen. The ladle. held their regular Green Cove Springs. i the Community Church with Blue Pond I and Mrs. Gay Livingston first vice president; Mrs. E. Dwym Albert llth"'IIIIIII.Ilrl.' \ Oll- /
monthly luncheon meeting New facilities to be constructed the pastor Dr. A. C. Holt using place; Mra. O. M, Allen Jr. Jr., second vice president J ; ,

with the funds at the Egyptian Sphinx as And Lowry Lake and Mis. Ray Starnea second Mr. It. Sumlerlaml noo.elary. ;
1 1I the_ parka are expected: ta his text symbol. place; Mrs. Emory Cooper and and Airs. J. lliennan ta"UUJ'1ar.

1f be announced in June The 26 graduates entered Are Restocked: Mrs, R. P. Vouh. third place; \ Frigidaire Maytag Zenith

I I the church single file. In their Mrs Roland Bryan and Mrs. ,
Blue Pond and Lowry LakeIn
f blue caps and gowns to the the Camp Blending reservation It. N. Livingston fourth place. I Motorola Siegler Heaters
tance" played by the organist KKVIVALI ;
Tr E. I. VanNetU were among six lake" rUitle Notebook U.IO at 'b*
stance" played' y the organist: I To be held starting June 7, Fedders
I In northeast FlorMn. that were TFirnKAIMi.:
Funeral Services Mrs Canova. Dr. Holt developed at 8 p. m. nightly at the Ochwllln .
recently stocked with a total
I / his sermon around the Baptist Church I IS miles '

: Held TuesdayErnest Sphinx with Hi four faces. of the 47.100 Dame channel A Fresh cMfiiih Water by south of Melronel.' Hear God's YEOMAN'S Sales & Service

I representing four different Man. Lester Tagiatt of Fairbanks '
Fish ComnWmlon.Blue
I Irving VanNetta. 80.I characteristics of man. I Baptist Church. Pastor KEYSTONE
I I'ond received. IS.flOfl niKI.UOSK\ : I'll. I75-C.17I:
of Melrose died Saturday
Graduate Listed kite Warren Invites you to
cats, and B.OOO were placed In Drive-In Theatre
I morning In a Starke hospital
1985 each
Members of the gradu- I Lowry. Newnan's" Lake In service I
after a brief. Illness. Barn In sting class are: George Francis SC"' 'IIOOI NKWM: "Quality and Price"
Gainesville on Nav, 7, 104. Allen." Bernice Carroll staked Alarriiti. with County 8,1)00.Regional was also The Junior-Senior Prom Frl., Sat.+ -June I I. ft I

(c he had been a resident of Baker Thanes Olnoya Bird. t Fisheries. Biologist' was .held at the Ito.Uay inn I

r Melrose since 1945. coming David Alan Bonner. Walter Frank Arrendnle. said< that the In Gainesville\ last Friday ,
there from Fort Laudcrdale. Laurel Bun.w. Jr.. Virginia catfish were from 4 to 9 Iniheslong night. The theme wa. "Candy
Surviving are his widow, Brown Campbell. Diane LaVer when ntnrked. Chnn Land." Dawn and the Daybreak 1IUSHHUSH.\\ LEARII

std Gladys VanuNetta. of Melrose; ne Chipman George Clifford cat arrtrw rapidly< and tint Band from Jacksonville &L

s one daughter Mrs. W, H Chapman. June Ann Drake. placed In Blue Pond are al. played. William Odom. /\MIlat..n' *

Dodson of Hoxansvtlle. Oa.; Audrey: Fay. Fla!<,.. WUma ready aUennlrt' site, Arren. School (Superintendent TO SWIM'1!.
k. on* son EnvMt A. YanNetta Jean Oardner. Doom I J Elam I dale .(Ud. The others sliouhl from Paiatka Retr. Jean -
of Fairfax. Va.; three broth. Ollttan.! Lola Amanda Hague, be ready by neat fall. Chance, the faculty and most Sun. Ion., Tuf".- In ,ho/i.n i If ill. modern

era Albert W VanNetta of' Michael Richard Lororn. Phyllis Arrendale std 1 that chltn"1 of the seniors and J union at I June fl-M t yia1L |pool|. 20'x) : '10'f) In

Keystone Height; Harold I* Luclle Masna. Bruce Wayne cats are popular with sportsmen tended. Fall of the Roman ," --- lovely ..eUlnw...
VanNetta of Nitro W. Va.. Moon. Nancy Carolyn O'Con because they are excenf :- The Crlsro Award In home

and Gilbert W VanKetta Of nor. Marshall Pardee Rodney .* : tablefare, as well as aSn. economics was won by Linda Empire !

Is This Your Family ? Gainesville. Carlton Paul. Steve DinsldShaHtleford. .' ram" fl.h. They nurn1..1.1. I W..r.The Sophia l.orrn -.JumewMiiM Classes Starting Monday, June 7

Funeral servtre were held hallo Carol 8Wr I 'wW not, In lakes'' >... I 1 Hrnlor Beta Club honrr -
Ever notice how it U with Home Tamil at 11 a. m. Tuesday In Jones >hen'on. Haro'd Is* "Sutton' i.,.>iv I lh-v pwn ri-qntre ninnlnK -.d n"w number .I. l h si : n For Children Age I and l IT|>-.10:00: .\.3f.; '

lea? They always seem' to have the money Memorial l Chapel 1 with Mr. 7,00 WI!"i Tvr Jr Chats' water' to rcprndure.However < i .iinljiit' \' I I and -"s miiiiln/ \Ve l., Thur't.-.
to go off on the mtMt exciting vacation :, James R Nesls pastor of "n,11 Whlrenin' ('II'' .rtn' Lnwry "I'l', N1 tils I ..,1. 'i.', li llil 'if ttolr < June 9,10) .'ordult2:.30 l\M.:\(

tripi, buy and furnish the nlcettt home. Faith Presbyterian Church inn WIVi'me ant Chrllltln cope. Lake are both conn: !*.- Midi'. ,'., on't .,ik>- Hwsn UKllday .. Never Too YoungDean Two lessons per week-Monday' A Thursday

five their children the bent education! officiating. Interment was In Carol WolfeIn \ e
Often the answer U not to be found in the Oakhin Memorial Park: Cemetery addition to the pPtIl M"nt. It (N hoped that the need
size of their income but in what they DO near Lakeland at 1 p. m. other class officers are: Roy ,',' future stocking. of cslflih: In Becky: Mrthews, Barbara, Herilnn LewisAN'rIIiIJRft I73-I20A$ For Kate, etc.
with Wednesday.: Wilson Tyre Jr.. vice president thoRn wttl" be alleviated by natural Robert Dixon, Olnny
IU! fly\ -- -
avutematirally saving part of ; Diane !IVerne Chap- reproduction Ulmmona Paul! PrndlflUm. I '
it. they manage to have "what It takes" !
to man. secretary: and Wilma Marlene Odom. David Wilson <
enjoy the bent thing of life. If they save Thursday the last meeting of Jean Gardner, treasurer' I..ttl Wise Charles Arwood.

here (as many do) their money earn in the current season. All plan. I -Aunt Jo'1 and to take her to Iterky hurl Greg Huff and
ned' activities of the ladlesgroup J KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS L
terest. & the wft'k4'ndto David Gaboardl.
Ute hospital over
.. vv1
will be discontinued until ...vvmVVYv.e. j
I are how Mr Btrsndberg The. Junior Beta Club enter-
KEYSTONE I want to thank Mrs. was getting along (Continual on Next P.t.)
j I STATE BANK Marshall Oallop. publicity INDIAN BEACH been W D.trying Thomas to of get Starke his lake ha DIRECTORY

1 chairman for the group for
Member FJJJ.C Keystone Ilelghtfl, Fla. her fine job of reporting this (Lake Santa Fe) home finished so that he and by''', ARE TERMITES ,
wife, LI*, could move out
"Your Friendly (Bank In Your Friendly i year.GIRL "COUTH HOLD Mrs. lack r. ..u...... Sr. I June 1. but it appears W, D. ': DESTROYING c I : AUTO foIfoIt\: 'Ie'( .: NIUtSKHY.,) : .

I delay his movinghowlong.
Community. FINAL Members HONOR. of local COURT Olrt Scout It U not known right The Martin's Place TERRELL'S D.C.Carne. Nursery

'roontlnued On Neat\ ..eel I IC II how many of you now fur he had an apparent YOUR HOME? Illway 21 twtweon Mel,."... Gulf Service Illwny I too. rtonthnm 23
wondering this heart attack over the weekend i
mothers ate and
I KeystoneANTIQUES .. Mile\ BR of Htark .1
Bradford County FREEINSI'1CrION
week what I am wondering and .Is In
\ U //f) ) Up All Sties
I' Nursery Stock Thou-
the world have Hospital aim Our thoughts
WHAT in ; IMIrlral/.t/ .11",1, AUTO done to that school principal and prayers are with him and I'MEIYl'II4ITI: tit) r.... At
rif'RN 7AM 7:30:
Trrnn to chooo from Nlre
& C MOTORS to deserve having these.. young his family at this time Jtnr SELL THAPB Session. llfht| nl.I11. .

r market 'un. sent home to me on Friday Mr, and Mil Doyle James 9 o} sTillCext1. True worth wlthMamt the flhada Larxliirape Tree..f'iant Evergreen.M : All 1 In

for three whole months I are getting the "parents of Test of Time. ....

Located in Downtown Keystone Helghta Oa Hlwmy 10O-Phone 43-493 We have loot some mighty I the brldegroum litters" this R.19: K.: ran l6l.39ss: (limnll. t 'jI
fine neighbors this week.: Mr. week: They plan to leaved' PIIONR: 4T9-24I9 Center Let IlA rt) yourIIOMR .lan.lsrapingPh.

Mrs. Henry BI.abC779* Thuridsy for Miami where. and
and I "IJI.II""I\ Nights
North Central Florida', Only] Auto SupennarketFor off to Clearwater last Tues lh'-Y"'W .... Uric only son I AITI.IANCKH:' : : I Iltanklr,1| Oil PrtMlaetsJohnnon .
811,111 NrU: VI(.t:
day. They were not any happier 1 Curtis and Frsnkle ,
over moving than their Doyle's' sister, Mr. a- '- T V Service Center Sales A Outboard Service tu' \I. tT'n. :
All Current Year neighbors were to see them I and Mrs. Don Dye have corn I. K. Tllir:'.. rr..pretorAathorlsel n.hlnc Twfcta. "" : (Vntrwlly I...-...
Anything Ohio to visit
Their children thought It down from Piqua. .. .
to. TMx_ Motorola Phllco | e Mil S UK.' Seth K. DK.mrlimMl
Makes & r.1odel.Vacation best for them to get closer' to I with DorH and Dorothy thl Sales ami Service \run. otu KntoMRNn: : ', .1 porrhi. central

In Your a relative who could help out I week' : and then they all plan I M.rvba1e"" All !M.fe.* Intersection 'Hwy 21.too heat air conditioning;,

Moat( Leas Than 100 Mile In case of emergency. We wish I to go on to Miami for the I TV KM IO HTrJtr.0 K..tI_ lIeIhtl t13-\\ 1J'7 \large corner Int. near
Needs these fine people tou of luck wedding felllls.Mr. I I.CtUtK TV .1"00 l an
and Joy out of this move. and Mrs Art Wheeler, Work Guaranto TV lUntal. iiK.\irrr: / 1101."' I..h.
Transportation To the many area friend Rick and Tina will also 'tray.Thursday Charley Keystone lUlghl. 41S4MIAir #
On-The Spot of Larry Norwood you win be' for Miami to attend I I SUPERIOR [:S.E.McKay: Realtor, .,

2 Doors.- 4 Doors Bank Financing Interested to know his parents. the Purvis-J linen wedding. E. Conditioners
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nor. George U.. the aunt of the I '
: Above ( MlWa
10)%; ( Phone 473-114
HardtopsConvertibles wood. are looking for him to bridegroom aM Art will serve Johnsabout I t I f Inat&JI.UntI oath/ ,, fipwtalisDis/ ; In F

Bring Other Dealers' get home for a week: beginning Curtis as an usher G*o v. M ,. ...lntr. .eS T-V .11J. rnuMH or HKAITY !of:
,OotT.\: t 1'11.\ \TI'
nest week they hope ha been enjoying) the J.mes' this que.llonl Refrtgeratnrwal' '''_....IIC n'lrt'Rf:

"Last Price" To Us Drop by and see any If you I, company for she and Mrs. /',..._ With *<.nrtr. !TmUlllf Dyeing Ml..rhlnf
He ls woiklnt: attended blab school: to- Han Beicller's Holiday
get a chance. I Ore "Whrn I think of the I WHEELER'S ICuttlnc Naturally Curly
t or Station Wagons with the government in If tner bark: In Ohio. ....., 0 ..m. T. 5 p.m. .* !...,. Restaurant
Beat Itl! i of damaging -
And We'll chances property
Washington D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rot of Discount Store Attar S Hy Appointment Only' .
a'Ine Fnrut\ Mirfforntelv PrlreoprN
with or without This just has not been s Jacksonville have .bn downfor or (injuring someone Cltnu Av.. R ar Coop }
I .
n.i"e.r A K TMHIAirro 7 OATS wrncLYfull
Air ConditioningSee Just Ask The Folks Ux lake. Their In In our home, on 471-4VV
good week for many of our I a stay on portN. fiN. "-.41 Mel RIME Keystone lUlfM Itl"" .,. r.nnrh -.
rood' neighbors Our deepest : whole family came< for the the premises. or away from tin ('...*_It..n." fmnl. .* C
; Who Tried Us! sympathy ls eipreewd to Albert werkerrl.Ms.: home. It appear* that everyone )UK( i I'lnGoetzman i iirrn: : :

Us first!, VanNetta on the leas of' Connie' Rarnhlll reprjrti should have "I'er- \ LAWN MOWKIW: I Blnk! N...rf K of KM Light;
his brother Ernest VanNvtta. has not had much fishing aortal Liability Inxurance.. Bros. Y.YRT"-nr: : NRh1HTR

Full Factory Warranty Of MeIr_. I 1m. done from her place Ibsen the SZ.VOOO .policy CaratteUEPMJ1 Goetzman Bros. .
"Uncle Charley", Str.nd.berg this week.. : She ha had< hn !HKri? : (:.\If!4Hanks '
I cost only 9.12.10 for three'lyearaT" Garage
wv rushed back to Bradford boaU' out of the water"' In preparation WORK

County Hospital l in the I' for repairs bncauM ( MOTn" no' nr PAf 411NllRTA7ILP A] "" _hIM li.."r For ., Used Cars :

// We Haven't Got It We'll Get It! wee hours of tat Thursday ; lhe.. getting her eotaei i wr.t.rmfO' J1'OaeEN: I.tNY NOWEIIksI
morning. At this writing hoI''t' ready for the IIIUII..... /IraffVe", ;i Charley E. JohnsAgency I Aloe-' Lawn MIfwv _-o.t.11" AS MSM A AU CKVICKHe Make. and 3-T Shop
too well 1 and Betty Orlffln load- SALEM A
rtia U not fe Un Roy
TWO OTHER( LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Wont you seed a I ,, H all the rh!lid,*.i. tsp SuMs, I ..91M K.-.t-" I4.Ight Kervlrw," All Makes RuT Itlwny-ino Sell*. -ml. Trade!Southof ,.
..t tn Drtf" '"'_.,. Phone Kcvttnne Height.
I Phone 372-&AA5 might eh' r him s I1" earning early and headed tot msrbePtMne ,
Gainesville I
47 3104Iftway
1203 E. University Ave n.n. ...4rnt
btt. His youngest son. PaulB The Okawmha! Maser, Thli rl' 131 S. W.bejt St.a.I Jl Keystone tfetl'hI a. 4734133BRADFORD
Hawthorn Road GaJnevUle-Phone? 37S-1981 1** arvf O,.g came down from i atom d at a small erwfc > <' < PHONE .*..-001 A Sen. .w
I JacksorcvC:. to stay vii ti D (Continued co ant pegs) --.


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r-I'Aff 4734206. and take a look at Cost' per person is $18.50. For Heights 10 that Marian could! :hni a Bachelor of Metallurgical : We had a pleasant surprise 1 nit with his grandparenta In''| nochcl Boyer of Jacksonville I>' nephew. Maurice Pci-kln Nell U and

Se KEYSTONE her ad In this week's Tele- I further Infoi matlon. contact ;, oitUnid tho last week of school i Engineering dcjiee from, visit on Sunday. Mr. and Mri. Tallaha ci!. -Wlille\ there he I I and MM. Tom CaIl<'Y. his fiancee of J..cksonvllla.Alt. Miss nne-

Rraph. on this page, most Mis. Helen Warren churchiwcretary. and take her tests. Marian j jwlted ,Benesselear: Polytechnic Institute Buddy Harwaid. Scoft and I visited the governor's moln- I On Monday evening! Mrs. man Frank Well
HILITES likely. I at 473-4748. t tIn I for Sen. Chwlcy'' and a Master's"Degree I Ann of Ciialaston. S. C. and: j lion, the lcnlMlaiure 1 whllj. ln| Mae Wells honored hat| \ and Mrs.
Ar,' FIRST \PIIST CIIfRCH Memorlam: Mrs. Charlotte Jchiw In tho Stat Legislature -Metallurgical! .Easluoerlmz Mrs. Geneva Johnson and .session, and saw Henry jump i daughter M.s. Joe Doritow ] of Leesburg spent Sunday; wKn

Muhlhofer, whose burial | and she and her mother moved -' flom Ohio State. ... I I Wayn? of Waldo cam: over to the pole at Waukulla S.>rlng\;:\. 1th a birthday dinner. Mimi i Mrs. Eftte Miner
sej- Preceding' Page A Covered Dish Supper was services wine held In Chicago to Tallahassee! at the be-i i ,He Is of several fish for a .hUe. They descried Sat. Emory Sullivan anJnlfe. .: I>nr3 of the family beside Mr. I Mra. J D. Clark is vUltm
I Prom In '
JunlOftchlc 'r: oop 21 and 190 held'a Court enjoyed the educational last; Friday building evening, In May 27. I I ginning th, se "lon. publli-H'tlons' .And Juar nlatlons. the Inks, went to a p-md bark Mary Lou and their': Do ko enjsylns' this pleasan! and: I her SoutheiUivl.daughter In Jacksonville Mrs. Jack

Honor at the CommunityI'liurcrn EXCITEMENT; :: IN Airman lit Class< Jim Mus- .,a.. member of Siatna\ XI of our house and got t'vo' children. transferring from event were the children
Awal. educational buildingin KEYSTONE grove and Mrs. MUSKIOVB from Phi LarrWa Upsilcn and Alpha strings of fish Homestead to Guam visited:! grandchildren, Mr.: and
Bachmann. who would soon I spent Mother'// Mu honorary soc \Vt'll.! aduatlnn time! li his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Arthur Green. Donna and Art N, C. was visiting his parents.Mr. .
High Monday: evening, May :31. be leaving! for their summer Thursday evening, May 27. Panama City ] : Eilgma! I' g and Mr.1' and: Mrs. J. H. Eunice
AHwere awarded, a was muggy and hot. and Key- Dey weekend In KpyMon' latlins! ,and of the American finally here. One of our nl-e Mrs. B. E. Krtlcy Thursday. of the State Farm. :
) were
nd badges and 1
i in Teneck N J.. I relatives over the
nogram given' and ref sh- I home Mrs.J. Moneys were praying for rain. I I Heights with Mrs. Muisrave's! I Ipal'enots. Institute of Metallurgical. ;LuIneei' neighbor bays, Marsh Pardee. Mr and Mrs. John Ibis are!! : ind: Mrs. Nell Phillips and At'lot I and other : .
: honoring Rev. and visiting the
60 'nta served. also Is when suddenly the lights Unj[ ). Mr. and Mrs. Frank j ''. In.9tltut of Metals' I will finally accomplish what visiting relative and frlsiida: j i Galnesvlllj.: weekend
ia Bowen i
D. Bowcn. Rev. Monday were thcli!
: F. Moore. EunlcFS
Qoo3Mtck Mrs. John Klngsbury laq church. our neighborhood, at least 1 Jones. During' their visit Mrs \| IBrttlshl and the Ohio Academy he has! ben worktni 12 long' in Stanley. N. Y. : Mr. and Mrs. W. 't on
of the Homaslelld'were Eunice, and family
the new pastor Phil
who hal' been feeling' of Sclent. for. He will march down : Noble taking Jr. and family of son'
En om leader for' Troop 21. went out. and the TV picture I Jones years Mrs. Rumri i is
Members of the troop Includsfnsan Tables were covered with ,, shrank to a 1-lnch square .not too well was! put Into tht! i il I ',iln September D1. Hartlsyvr i the al:1e: wl'h the san Ion from :, Mrv\ Arfa Robcrsan to vIsit hjr I vleltlng his parents. M.1'I. I of( Micanopy and Arthur Mel-
white linen cloths, and centered Alachua General i ii to the Urvivrslty, of Kcyntan Heights thIs Fildayi dau\lhters-In-law and Mrs. W. F. Moore. ton of Waldo.
Ba Baker Laurie Beam. and then as suddenly came l| hofpltal go soils and \ I ',
Ac lath*i Brmult. Casale Chapman with bouquets of blue hy-1! right back again and we i for four days. We are happy | Blimingham. In Ensclind. for i ntaht.: He plans to rKIre to Mr. and Mis. J. O Raberson: nsa-t'ay!!: to Monday. Miss Jla- I Mr. ansi Mrs. Bill Patrick

'! Marilyn Davis. Melanie ':dranglas! and yellow day lilies. thought "Well at least somebody to report that she Is feeling one )year's j-tudy" I un<1er a National i Cfesctnt Beach after IraduaI I in Port Orange and Mr. and rhael Bayer was Thursday received a letter", from their

ons.M< Homer, Beth Jackson, Patti Sprays of fern, Interspersedwith must be having a rainstorm ': b-tter. and Is able to be back Scieive Foundation lion where he may be employed : Mrs. J. H. Robarson In Mel- I overnight guest of the Moores. "'1i on,' William [PaLl Patrick.
McGlave: Debbie Jones Cheryl I the hydrangla, also ran !I' somewhere! But then 1 I, with her class at the Keystone Post Doctoral Fellowship. He i! just washing< sand out bourrf i She Is Mrs. Moore'a I 1sler.I who is stationed in Thlaland;!
andAt : the length of the tables. The Is the Cornell reside at of brake drums. Happy Day the Paul Cours-jy and raying that he' Is getting on
'omes. Susan Nickel and Lee I'our son said that when the School. Mr Mu !rove and hU wife ,I John Allen will be In I I Mrs. I .
Saw Vamea. ladles were given attractive lights went out it looked a-s |I former Maxine Jones and she 1414 Tnbor Ave... Dayton Ohio. to you. Marsh. I Nnvy Reserve for the summsr:! ,I daughter.! Martha of Vidalia, nicely.: :

St : .&out Leader for Troop 1809 corsages. i I though Itehtnlng had struck tells tn she has a civil service He Is the mi: of Cal. and Mr. nn-j Mrs. Earl! VovL-n: Mrs. Emma Pinner of Atlanta lOa. called' on Miss Enza I I Mrs.' Selma Eunice: left Fr>

\ :Mrs. John : I After supper. Mr Bachmann Erl Bennett's house! for there 'I', Job now at the! base where her I Mrs. D. B. Hartley of Melbourne have had their two grandrhll-, end her daughter.. Mrs. John Btonrliard and Miss! ArthurlnflBlnnrhard. i I day for an extended visit with.
andAt JSoop members Shallllhnessy.\Stephanie\] showed color slides of a trip I was- bright flash. Immediately I hii'band Is located. Beach, and Mrs. NeUI i Iltavson dren of Greenville. S. C. vi"It- Tyre. Mrs. N--da Wilkinson who! was' spendingthe 'I her on-intHw' and daughter

E. "! are MImi Float I he and Mrs. Bnchmann took ? thereafter. th. of tile : Mr. and Mrs. Qarlon Collett ( of Brooklyn Eav: Circle \ lag atththem. TTvy; are Leslie / !;-, and da\l hte1'. Mr.. Jackie Me- weekend Saturday.; She :Mr! and Mrs.!!! Bennett Oren
IBl Ji&Ky flhaiighnessy Shaughnessy Debor- last summer through the U. S. \ house. who is a fireman and' and Mr. And Mri. Glenn Morris -I I : In Keystone HPiahts! Is his ''I and Jndy Kirkman. Theirmother. 'I'| fire of Greenville S. C., Mrs. I went to: visit Mr. L. 1!. Hill! an*. family: In Phosnlx. Aria

ih Hawes.: Diana Ilgen. Box- \ and Canada. Mrs. Bachmannwas Civil Defense worker. rushed: I of RoBwrtl.! Oa., spent sev maternal grandmother. the Voyles' older! Ix>uie' \!! Merrltt and Mrs. Laura! I in a Starke nursIng home. She I Terry Roberts; of.Jickson-

onMM MMfel Tcrd. Olnny Simmons, and I O. Loudon expressed the nett's and found Mrs. Bennett i Bill Few on East Lnkevlew lUdaught have returned from with a bnby brother and they Nell Roundtree.: Jr. I her cousin. Pam'lla) T s. Mi

Mid! Arpla\ Aiken.Rf'AOING I love and affection felt by the calling the Fire Dept. because Drive last! week. Mr. and Mrs.I a glorious! two weeks In Puerto 1 have been staying here far th! I The Faith Fellowship heU a Sunday (guests of Rev. and and Mrs. F. t.. Rsbtrts: cllco!
awa SIGN-IT | feIu: ship for the honored of an auto accident In front ot\ Morris! ate Mrs. Colletit's and RIco. where they vl-rited their I vast bhree WE'f'ks.Then school rttmwr Friday. May 28 Mr Mrs. Charles! Harvey wer> Sunday afternoon and took; )

Itloi ursred to guests in appreciation of the Bill Beam's. on Highway 21, Mrs. Few's parents. The Col- 'son! TSgt. Harold Leslie! Rld- 1 Is out Mrs. Voyles: plans to ,' Earnest Bartlett) and Mrs. F. their Kran'chlldren:! Ruth Lee their daughter. homa.
and Boys: ttrrt !Rlrls ths are j i ireailina fine work they had done and She and Mrs. Jim Useler had l lp>tti! went on to Daytona aught Jr. and his wife and:! take Peggy! an" the two little Pvle: and Mrs. H. M. Fuller and Charles Harvey, presently :Miss\ Martha Macardle ot

for' sign up fun now at for tho summel'\\| were doing.: been walking to keep cool and I i Beach for a short vacation before three 8On The Senior RId- ones home. Peggy'! plans to were on the commlttoe Mr. of Fort Myer, Their parent Laurel. Mian was a guest of

ann All! and !Mrs Nick Chab. social had seen a station wagon returning home. and the q'u'IIht' was In seventh heaven stay for a while and visit and Ooptte showed slides of the are missionaries to Brazil and Mr. and: Mrs. Oscar Carter JaM
shitouti Tlrla HtlRhtfl from Itbraiy first, through boys: thei.ight ) chiilunan. was assisted! by come tearing out of Pecan Mm'rises remained In Key- catching: 65 baas none of I, help her sl"rt3r. Presbyterian Hospital where the family will !Pan within I week. While she was here they

grade in school: arc In- I :Mis. Jiiines Puckett. Mrs. W. Street and try to turn right on tone for a few daya of flsh- which he could bring home on Well, let me h'ln"{i up. I've got hit won in a doctor. few days for Braall. Another went sightseeing to Homoiiav

'.Ited. Let's take advan'aie! : ; of B. Stanley.: Mrs. J. W. Van 21 (fortunately: he did not InK, and Ihtht-BI'l'inA' In st the Jet> plane but h? has ; to go dig my black and white Faith Presbyterian Kindergarten puest. of the Harvey'n war sa Springs and other points
olt Kcyjtouj Heljlitji I Jiuklrk. Mrs. Warren Brant- collide with another carl but Augustine and the beaches inap-shots to back up his fish striped shirt outYOU know complefd its year last their niece. Dale Globs of Visiting< Mr and Mrs. M L
Hill Indeed fortunate to have I 'ey. and Mrs. Fred Ellis. ended half-way up a bamboo Mrs. Few then drove her par- story I -my referee's shirt for these week with a party. :Mandarin.Mr. Turner during the weekend

ane' ucli) a nice one.SWIMMING I 1 The n.imos: :! of Mr. and Mr!. tree when he was stopped by ents home to Rns! 2ll:! whichIs Mr. and M-,. S. W Dwyerof next three months! So while Mrs. E. D Lonsnecker attended and Mrs. T. L. "Wainwrtelit were Mr. and Mrs. Mallard
worMie '11'0:11fr.: nn-d Mrs. W. L the guy wire on a light pole. close to Atlanta. Syracuse( N. Y. were recent I am gone: to get mine. you the District S Workshop visited Ns sitter.. Mrii Hunter and Mr. and Mrs,
CLASHES: I i Thomas: : i n1: Johnny Moon Miraculously IY. the driver Ted Mr. anti Mrs. Ed Conneen /miesU of Mr. and Mrs. Louis l: hal: best go dig yours out too meeting In Gainesville i Brulah Y jp. In Like But!. Ooyle; Hunter and baby of Jay

McJ wadors. cplaiheis and church lolls. Tlifsllowsihlp Is unhurt. It seems his brakes tonburR, Tenn.. and Mrs. Con- Syracuse.. I Earnest Bartlett and E. D. ) Mr. and MM. James Ande'" TIugbes. is spending the sumner .
l\'Y1 duckers are advised to set welcome them and and under thcircumstances. longnecker. attended the Levy with thrm. Mr. and Mrs
happy: to Slat ready now for their first hc'.r:: th"m to toke their places. I| It was the best Manulre of Biltlmore) Md..I MELROSEFrom | County Farm Tour Saturday, tire spending:! their r caMor Bill Black of Pensacola were

hear wlmmlng-, lesson on Monday. within trip church activities. he couli do. The siren which arrived last Wednesday for INDIAN BEACHIFrom starting. from Bronson.LAWTEY. I with his parent, Mr. and Mrs Monday visitors.Mr .
June 7 for that Is when CIIVHCH MrsBennett's 11.1 and Mrs. Freddie Ste-
CO\I\lDilTl': ; blew Immediately after visit with, old friends and O J. Ancer
grax Mrs. Dodd will start The nul'dlng: Committee call. brought the look over t'.rtr pioperty etc ( precedIng ) rVVVyyyvYVYYYVVYYYTV'' We are pleased to not that van' and children of Kln: lry

andS, : Mcssons at the new pool met Wednesday, night, May firemen and scores of other During their tav.. they were [ Proceeding Page] page Donald Bennett Is at home ;Lake spent the weekend with'
- <\& her home. She has been 26, and decided unanimously: people who thought there wasa guests! at the Villa Plumosa ."V 'tined, their new members at I' \ \ after several day In Bradford her pirents. Mr. and MM. Edwin

teaching a Senior Life Savin that the building plans as offered sure-cnuf fire because they Mrs. Connen boosted our self- this side of the; river and let I swimming party and welner I County Hospital. Also thaI' Starling.
: flaw* these past two weeks so by contractors be reworked had been smelling the burned- esteem bY saying that she the children: crab and fish for' maRt at the home of Betsy By Enza JtIani'iianJ&AAW.AAAAAAAAAAAALAA I II MIs. James Walnwrlght is re- Weekend visitors of !Mr\ and

that] some local youngsters so that the new sanctuary tar odor created by the new reads The Telegraph each awhile. Around noon time Muff on Lak Serena Saturday } roverlntr. nicely In Alachua 'Mrs.. Frank Cruce were their
: <1'11quall1'y as life-guards at will be in conformitywith I roof being put on the Stand- week! and our column was they went on down to Salt afternoon. New members I General HIJ'IOlLal.' on-ln-Uw an::! daiMhUr Mr

summer camps. Mrs. Dodd Is the vote of the conR'l'ell'aUon. -' ard Oil Station. down town. "like a letter from home." We Sp>'lnxor_ } a picnic luncheonand 'Inducted: into the club are: I'ljiio PupIN! In Recital i i Friend.* of Mrs. Carl Prvatt and Mrs. Robert Carlton and

wen qualified to teach swlm- not to exceed 100000. The whole thing brought to an were tempted to start thin to allow the children to Onrald Teske. Christine On- Mrs \V. F Moore presented: regret! to learn of her, nines'] eons> of JacksonvIlle. and their

Thing at any level' having Dally Vacation Bible School abrupt ending the PTA meetIng week's column. "Dear Ed and swim In .tio.) ". prln Ji .of saltwater Inardl. Connie Morris, Betsy I her piano pupils in a recital I' la Bradford County Hospital IOn Pvt. Quincy Cruce of Fort

: ,, 'studied under Newton Perry. will be held June 14-18. and at the school, and put a Helen. -J. which not a. one of Huff. Christine Brantley. an:! Inst Thursday evening at I However she Is reportedlj Jackson. S. C.
1v She wants children! aged 4 parents are urged to enroll little excitement Into anotherwise MlHS Valerie Oustafson hatarrived thorn liked-after Banta Fe i Dale Weghorst. Grace Methodist Church. i I Improving ",.lsfaetorUY.Mr. Mrs Phillip\ Walters of Kansas -

:. vtars and older In the morn- theIr children. dull hot evening. from Ben Lipr>ln Lake life)I. Tbltn'.Lhey bought ,, The Beta Club Is an Honor Taking part were: Linda; i and Mrs. Ben Gardner City, Kan. spent the weekend .
: trig and adults In the after- for crabs to witft th& ones they which DP v ore, Sandra Dobbs Susie i with her brother and sis-
Summer Youth Conferencewill ATTENTION:< BARGAIN School In Ashvllle. N. C.. a BO Society recognizes and son of Columbia. S. C. art
noons. There will be two lessons uncle. 'had cught and came home. and and Daryl lll'.llsrtl. Sandra : U-r-in-law. Mr. and Mr. Paul
be he-M at Lake- Byrd 11 UN' TERM vltat.wtth/ her aunt and scholarship leadership house! curate' of Mr. and :Mrs
.1 a week, one Monday, Lodue, Avon Park. July 6-9. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Flueg- We went al9)i for alt! of this character! Mrs. Danella Hold- King, Lamar Priest. Kathy H H. Brice. Waters. She was accompanied
: !nd one Thursday. Call her at Summer visitors are Invitedto went I Casey Nancy and Mlhael'Lee I; by her daughter-in-law.: Mrs
qe, proprietors of Villa 'Plum- I too. Sunday night we I en Is local sponsor.nirr.RnsE Sunday vl-ltor. of Rev. and
come to the Whit 0"1ArLer, a week In Keystone over for supper!, with them. If !' HIGH WILL Debbl\ Napier. Sheila I \Mr*. John Perkins: were their Phillip Walters Jr.. also\ of

'..J Shop In Melrose some Heights she will KO on to her you w.i ni-tuvt, "Ut norrwllilug <\DUATK is I Norman. Norm Lee Redding.I! Kan.a* City.
T. L MERSEREAU PLUMBING Friday or Saturday and see home In Balboa. Canal Zone out ofthia workLg Betty tc Martha Scott will be honored Bonnie Rosier Joy Sapp. Pa-
: what a little money can buy trldi! Tanner, and Mark::
( : where her parents. Hev. and tell you how to makeher do-\ M Valedictorian, and Car- \ '
I" The Shop Is maintained William'by Mrs. Gordon .OuatBi.nv. are ......_all_i.o.'a.. son Johntry as salutatorIan InMclrowt Smith. AMBULANCE SERVICE
the ladles of St. Following the recital refreshments -
40nar1rs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oil]. Sr
stationed as MIlI High School graduation PHONE 9fi 1-2600
Catholic Church of Keystone served In church
.! ON CALL24HOURS summer We /are happy to receive a and Mr. and Mra. Jim GUI exercises for Friday June were DeWitt C. Jon
Heights and many Funeral
Jr. and children of Jack annex. The refreshmenttable :! .
from Al and Louise I 4, at 8
residents have found';) Just rxwt\ cllr! p. m.
: j Nelson who are vacationing In sonvlllw\ were-" down, to the enlor The speaker will be R .v. was covered with' a white
A DAY what they need l for furnishing
Qlll's cottage for the week cut-work cloth and wntcrc' DeWItt C. Janus Registered Funeral Director
.thctr. lake cottages. You will Arl/onn. but su poct they area Jean Chance, rector of the
a with an airangement; of summer Starke. FU.REVTAI. .
end. They spent It cleaning up
little homesick for NI.'IOI1'l1Point. 1 Vicki
p : DAY CAM. 961-5291' find clothJiw. appliances furniture : Kphcopal; ParUh. Oorn-
and t.he. flower. MU'e Maxine\
the yards vetting
and all their nice to of the junior class, will
a little of every tiling, i SERVICES:
Hrddln't and Barbara Rollerprerirted
; MITE-CALL 961-83!)! I' nelKhbors.Mra. whole camp back In living or provide the pIano music !
Why: not take a look? lioftpltal IU d Wheel Chairs. Cratrhea
: at the punch bawl.. %
a Fred 1 Dodd of Keystone der. I asked MI' GUI Sn II i.1.t. OFFICERSFFA I
." Mrs M. L. B('aley' and HeliihtH, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred they caught any fish and you officers were electedfor I Other.!:! flitUHn. warn MU I -
I'I J of Lakeland. "mould have hear;! the. .l. Newton
lIS :
I 'daughter.. Marian broke up !I -.It .,
T.L .MERSEREAU PLUMBING I housekeeping\ Tallahassee will be going to Uieenvllle.' \ S. Hot I Price! president: K>nnetl> 1
MI' and :Mrs.\ Herbert Mile!
last/ Filday and Saturday.and C. this week for the graduation Tomllnson, viee-prekiclont:
,I returned home to Keystone festivities at Bob Jones!! have had company from Ot*>r- I I DIvllGabonrdl.. secretary: This family
-- University where the New- gut thU weak Mra. Lena Bennett I John Allen treasu'sr: : Bill
II I ton's dauithiter Jane will be and Miss Mary ONeal olVuldostH :Mntchett! reporter: any Bock-

one of the graduating ('\\1\0'' came to M>rnd a few' I him sentinel: Da\U Brant- I perfect? indoor comfort

Jane Is the fiance of Lt days with this nice family Icy, chaplain I

L John F. Djdd of James Con- Mrs. Miles! and Nfr*. Bennett ivtegatc to the State ronfntlnn. every day in the thanks to',
nrtllv: AFB In Texas., Lt are sinters. Th Miles think June 1418. at D ytnnn ,
S I iLi3 I I Dodd's Alma Mater U also Bob they have broken their flMhlna! ., Bearn will' \ b- David Oabomcll safer cleaner

:. .. Jones University he havlna lurk with th-) eight pound r 011.1 Bill: Matchett. --. cheaper& flame less
aS aS been in the class of 1964. lie. they got last week They haw Mr. Rod l"1"I. nit teacher at L ,
plnns' to fly to Greenville for not cauKht a thing since then Melroa HUh; School. will ixi' reverse-cycle electric air-conditioning.

I S part of the fnttivttle", The -but then-neither has any teach here next year He received
a Dodds' old.y.L t daiwhter./ Ro- on? eUc. a grant fiom lh; government ..IIls

: I rrn"! a. is' also a stwlont at Bob Mr. And Mi*. Ernest Kevel' to attend the Unlver ;.;.., COOLS in summer. WARMS in winter.So .
: Jones, Class of I960. She will have htd guests/! from Oforst tty of Florida to get his M.vt- _
a I return, home with her mother Also. Mrs. Revt')"' slater nrw1' tpr'j Deyrv; in guidance and YEAR ROUND ,RIGHT for Florida home

I ; for the summer vocation. bl'ot.her.111.: J. E. Strickland roiiniellnu.. '
Mrs. Klnwr Southwell an-1 and j, A. Aldrldge, both o* rt'ltsOS.\UI

-a-... 1 .. $ ;9' ..r'a. hrr daughter Barbara ot I Memhow.! came down to spenA Mr. and Mrs. A. W Allen of I : .

a.. .\lBcksoiu 111 spent the past a few diyj. They caught the Jacksonville! spent th week _
aS weekend with Mr. and !Mrs F. I Revels right In the middle of nd with Mr. iind Mrs. W Hon _
i \v. Schroeder on lake Brooklyn "sptlnif! cotton,* cleaning* \I"'n" Lake Geneva 'l ,1
1 :
I : The Southwells are fIner -- They now h'tve every' one of Mr. and Mrs Bill Niche\ a _
."4S1. Brooklyn Bay Circle mtdonts. their cottare rented so now. I worth And children of Col'wnhti !' r
and wee aotlve m m- we KNOW that vacation time *. Chlo r 'nt the weekerd

& \beia of St. Anne's EpUropolj I t" getting into swlnll. Mr. I with" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sam- pi.a-I__, rj ..

.: Chtirch. Their many friends Revel. 11...* recently been discharged non

o.j a i r nt fit Anne's were happy to from the care of hl Mrs. Tom Chambl41 and a7b :
.4. A .. welcome tlwm back Sunday: surgeon and reports he is feelIng I children' of Orange Heights e- _
7- -- mOl nlng. MlM" Barbara South. I fine.Z. pent Sunday wIth! her brother .
-. \ A f
:m a 5. Ii 1 ,) writ a former employee at'I I o Lynn i Is home right. and lster-tn-Hw.! Mr and -5 -
}to Knystoue SISole Bunk.vis now now. He wUI return to O truss.vllle :Mrs Olynn Rothh mmer and '--1h4 -

: working t-the West' Side Atlantic on Thursday for a checkup children.Mr. .
I .
S 4
.L Jlink-at JarksonvlUe. '' from his. recent surgery and frs. O H. RatxTw ._ : t .
"" Mr. and Mrs Frank Del He had several skin disorders! >n of MeHwnirns' visited' rela- '

.. Beln and d.iughtpr. Donna removed from hU, face and tires' and friends here recentrv -
end Mrs. Catherine. SIIAn.: head We hope' this visit will .

a a : Will .tattle, all of Holly Hill were prove to be the finish of this M" OfOOr", Thlir.f'n Of E..%*t .. _
.a : yoreward guests, of Mr. and Mm.. But ordeal.Mr.! Pnlntka fluent Thursday with I

.a. Hlmcrsl on Lake Brooklyn on i and Mrs. Dick HiUlard ".r parentstr.. and MrS RM
., him \vitlTcbllcge4A Sunday. :May\ :33. On Sunrtay: were walkln around jut for' Ca on. i

aa ; :May 30. Mr. and :Mrs. Alfred the noise ot It when I rolled I' :MMs Tie! Kin and i I What about your family ?

: coDcgo! education has JJiyant and on of Galnfwvllle. They have- had.,, two groups' of ""l1lfhtn. Re
more and and Mrs. Anita Moravia of uests and enjoyed every' flAY afternoon for Hart.svUle.s .
: mOrex1J.t1a1..andcost1yAdnot.! Himpton. were iruents of the minute of it. Everyone had! I, C. to attend graduatIon, I ,
ter bow bright and enterprising your child Simerals, Mr. a ltd: :Mrs Victor done, and Dick and Frujve p' Mrs. Nines| daunhter. Cirotvn Thy atmrocr" in the Bummer' (or shiver !in the winter)? Prio-s' of fbmelew:

: may be, money you save toward his-or her I B feano of Oln<-"ville drop- I' cannot get over lust how qu tqulet"'t Newsome! fl'OllCot"f ,| electric lur-conditioning are 'way down. And revercyrle costs IIO little
prd In to spend a few pleasant Fines.s'' sMer.' CollI''''. 'I
;, college education that: the winter heating feature is
will be
most welcome hours' on Sunday afternoon(' Mrs. Wetmore. came from Ve- Mr and Mrs. John BellerJe practically a free bonus! Why not join

:, .Why not tart a $5, $10 or $20 a week "collepe' From the Air F'o1,1401': ro" Bench to visit with. Dirk: ,I J ,,1t of Kings PniMla. Pprirtit "\ the hundred! of thousand. of Floridians I already enjoying cleaner quieter! ,

savings account here now..and we'll isis Laboratory Wituht Pat- and Frances and took their'' the weekend with, hernorents Mfer, happier homes where. they can work
1 add interest as earned. ter! >on AFB. In Ohio comes the mother Mrs. T. A. Sweat !I Mr an1 lfr C. A pby. sleep better eel
:Sa. IWWS that Crate 8. Hartlryl home with, her for a visit. Ford and family. They *-lll! better, live better all year long! Dent the heat this wnHner BOO your

l NS earned his Doctor of Philosophy After they had gone. Frances' i it visit in Indian River' City AUo. air-conditioning contractor or electric appliance dealer
I" : decree In ,ml'tallurwl-I( t>rother-ln-l, Jack Zalumaa .*. Miss Marirnret 81' ;* spent today.

S. .' I cal enmneerlnii from Ohio I laugh tee, Judy and Judy'" 'h-, weekend with! Mr. and
.. FLORIDAAT ate: UnlY>r lty Tht degree. ''' Friend. Linda were here for ',rs. Jick B\M and Miss :MarIan --" =

a ronfcried !In spring cr dua- IIt'wl'I'Il' l days from Thoma.viUe! B.t!1I In Boca Raton |
S lion ceremonies, at OhIo State. ,3". These two> wonderful HI-! j Mr. and Mrs. William AU.nnd a 0 L, [1i '

F S : ; : 'AT STARKE ass ertnred' through the Grad : 'Urdu are all through! with on of Prns rola spent. : J

ualeSutdrPronram' doctor and the t "ekend .. ""
ronduct.Pu dental appointSaenti ; .with _Mr. and .
S S ,. at Wright-Patterson. 1 for .hU110" they are Mr*. W If. Allen and John. )... .;;;;;J .. -

a OOP.of 31 Bank' of.the Florida National Group Dr Hartley Ls m""*.rrh plw-I ;1>tannlmr to start enjoylnc'retirement. Mr and Mrs. dartnc! -.

a a. .steal l metaOunUt In the. Advanced "'" ,'* They are out- 5' mr"on moT 'd to Mount I I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY H.lpln, Build,, Florida| 7

S 'Member Federal Deposit Insurance C rp. MeUllurtrlcal Studies! j:Ittlnz a camp trailer so they Dora la.t Thursday to mak '
.a Branch Metals & Ceramics ruvieion of the Laboratory. 'tI

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Commencement Exercises

Friday, June 4,8 P.M. ........ .
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i r'. 4 / V At The School I 1st row ((1-r) : I.ols Hague, Jun t'Urnk, Carroll Maker,Carol! Wolfe., Wilma Gardner Cathy Wile
1 liam, Nancy. O'Conor, Carol :Stephenson: .

11IIII...:.. ..... I 2nd row (I-r) : David)/ Homier .Wilson Tyro. I Uixliiry: Paul Diane Chapman Phyllis: Mawa*
.als Virginia Campbell Tommy Itinl. Loc Sutton

Validictorian Salutatorian \ \wr 3iil row (l-r) : Stcvo ShncUefonl.\ Murky liunco.: Islam (Gll.snon George Allen, Cliff Chapman -
Marshal Punloe, !Konny Whl.ienant' Bruce: M 11It)11.< Michael Ix>vorn.
I Not in photograph: Audrey" Kluko.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. W. I. Thomas : Fl
L. U Strphriuon of Melroae; of Keystone HrUhU; has rt'j'uz7ulathiJalt
has wrvrd as Prmidrnt and served an Vice Prrnldrnt. uf
MTftary of Beta Club. 1 DUIrlrt .- Beta nub: mrmbrr Student j
Chairman Future ('_nrll; Irltrrrd In Fool ; JI@@ I : '
tlomvmakera of America: ball. nakkrtball. and Track; I
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editor 1963 Annual'; voted malnUlnrd J.7 a.erac" dur- Goof
MMMt InUllrrlual"' with a Inc four Fran of high t 'r _
3.7 I 4 arrae durlne four rhonl. Will enroll al Florida I'. ,
years of high schooL Will Stale Vnlvertilly this fall. Is a
rnroll at FlorldA Stale fnl- of LllCl
rrlty this f.ILt day ( J
recognitionopportunity ,' +\ ( T1CflrllIdtul 1965
awaits CO'lTlflur, C 1965

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Phone I7.1-lf.51:; Company ., Jr. I ; a

t heights( "Ia.I l I'. C). Drawer 707 General: Insurance O
Keystone Office l'hon 17.1-I: HIUrn. I
TOMORROW'SUADERS Kry li>n* heights .Mi.. ,. 17.1-1715 N
Kejxlone heights, t'lltLOOK iUS[
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% God-speed to DrugsI' Icndcrsoii I Ser. lBrooklyn t

the class of c 1)). Mo* .1.1HHrlKhlM: Murrhee Ins.*
AHEAD vice Center, Inc.KryMonr Supply
Agency ]
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7o a( Goezman Bros.
o/)1 Keystone WaterWorks Garage Keystone Saf-Gas

C & C MOTORS Inc. I'I O. H. 31i1 Co.

KEYSTONE: 'HEIGHTS.' ; ; .'..oUWA Keyatnneleighls t / "FU. Phone 17.1.1101Krjotone : : I Laundry .I'. O. lien: 63.4!

AUTO SUPERMARKETP. I Phone 173-1911 l'h Mir 17.1-IMI I heights. .'14. Ii.,.to". Ilrights, Fla. Key.tnne( Height, 'FLt.TD'UR.SDAY .

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TTTYTTTTYTYTTVYTYTTTTTBHS really know chlldjcn? I to the childto D.aurlp4h.s "... ., T....
our help is encourage\ *t 1)orrlpf..a Ama.... .fi'ra. 4162-A Com 8W
.f lend. //I! Z n A o.,a.. .... (..... *r i ia S T n A awl : at
rSe mean really know their needs ( read. Read anything.! 80 Cur of SH'4 N Ifto

.Junior Hi I heir. wants. their dreama.! long as the reading -is on ft 26BO-Lot* 7 .*: 10 otBlk 13. .A 14. N H/\V Kdw': Rd.
,, 2 Nat. J )K on X R/W 340'for .
their likes and dislike and level that Is challengIng 4o the )V1.Ulama. of Blk 24 In U T. POH N l&OUH't !: t'. ; 1
H/I) Mayb.ll B. Robert 7.88 I A44 Leater J. Frevatt'' 70S .,.,
A, how they would like t.o spendthe child. Reading for pleasure SHI)!!-Lot 23 In Blk"S > 14"00Co.Lot II of BlkSft K 3UO.3V. 8 on WMIrnd ",' '
\ XHoy Ht iru'V. .,.. ,.
I summer? Do we really will be of help to the child 8/D of N*t WUllam W V. ITanrterioa. S.IS Add In L. T. A: Cot. D. Acker I2.TO N R/w Milw Kd3UO '>;k.'. 'k.(' ""iW: J)";.''''::'1t. .

know what they face In their when be starts, to read nod 2B70-Lot JO of BlkS to. I'OU 29 C S3 8; B8lmmon. 14 7Z394

a By Jim Temple.AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A teenage world? Do we care fall for content. The-public In Nut %VIlliantsiq 3871-W IS Pt Lot II 4331! -NW i4of J>R':<4 1"P"\1\' .: ';:' ::1<
juniAwl! Levy I.ennon 831 aL.ot.7.&Ofllk: of NE'" Itill"\ of L .
enough to find out? Sometimes library should bs a must on :2 I In Illithwny. Addition 1- I I "KKH': of NKVi 1 W of .
ch 2873-1 1 l.oIn '
& just the rules of to visit dur- W. A..Bewnt. $US Hwy 301' Kx H/W
we lay the list places of *WU a.. Bond laI .. .
I).*. .* In |1.,1
if I HN
U'IMJ..I. 3 A 4 |
Friday Is an Important; day. down without too much concern inn the summer.' The Bookmobile >_ed Hk 70 p* 301 flit 1 In Teniplr..AiI.l < 17 Sill as .: .

lug Not' only Li It the 4th of June for what In beat for them. has regular! routes during i William:" R/AV* M/D In Nat 22 8 12 Tolm .A Annlo ,I II A. Lawimn 790 Ticw In J; Ilk: 17 4,+

A but most ImpoiUnt, SCHOOL Can we know what Is really the summer which will as- .f William. C 15 30 IB-VLfc of Lot' 4 A PC 603 32 t 22 IS .W IT Xoegei t tt ;. Jr.
All of .1
Lot ft A HI..
were IS OUT! Tha 's a (Treat day. \best without knowing our? .lst in provWInar:: materials to '2074-Com, at 8W Cor 1 I/O 8 Bx:, K 25 Kt ,if, 4212'-'on'at HR>: for

In fact I suppose that for child? How do you find out be read/'The daily newspaper' of NWH. of SW <4 of Bile 19 In. Te.mple of NF. 11, N 44 t..*"
1MO 11 iia. i: 010) Ft for, Add B. 11:. :M> .IUe 76 w n8.113' for POH v I
most kids it Is the beat day of the things about your child has many articles which can I'OB N 200 Ft, M ,. 3US( .-W B e Vt of Lot 44 !('... W ((171 10. tu ., .

E nil That Is. of course exceptfor that you really want to know? easily be r !ad. Heading 100 Kt. 8 200 Fe. W Irrne Mltctl'''U > 91 S &W001'totN'0 Hwy ll/W :MJIy.. ..n ,?.,?*: ,
100 Kt to POU ., 23 6 922606Corn or Lot 0 of hut IV R/W 27J "'. ISXll .,
those who will be graduating One of the best methods U to dally affair. Thin
should be a at NW COCKo.f In TompilAdd J A. Bell 178 .S', H ((121.S3'. to % '

MlcA from High School. For let the child express himself.! Is'' probably the .most imp rt. HWVi of HWV. 87"I3-Lota 2. 4. II. I A nI'l&I ex ll/W 11 t 22 n.flVThom. .. 15489!

them It will be a mixture of In the areas of Interest .uhlch. ant 'thing the child can do A for Run. Poll H 610 then Kt .. Krucl Lot A 11 of 4241-Ix-t. 5 thru 10 ;'f '''t; '
a Blk in J. M. .
35 of Hlk 5 In K; W
ongH sadness and overwhelming Joy. to him are important. Just dm"Imf the long summer days Run H 1011 Vt R: 6Kt 11 John. Add Annette L. Tu".kr (9.55!I H.",.," 11.A t ELI4

Many parents have asked plain Ultclne is helpful. Family I Contact your local school N 100 I-OB KtV 60Kfto II 4 22 Jolf" State-I Home. ,. 37>7-Lot* 1. U. 1 Jl. of ;\irnolla at. VclJ '..i: 'f'--I. -

anc me. "What should my''child do outings prove to be of 1 administrator for Information in.;. 11.10 12 of Hlk 4 A I-A r.K. RW4211V All D..I\ Tboma.. 12.!7
that port of >
Loa 1)H 2M PK .
IIBal 2Vn--forn at NW for. a
during] the summer in preparation great eneflt. Anything thatdraws ''regarding: special classes ., of HW>i of 8W' HAS .A: JOx, R NO' III I Iity ." I.: 01 t6: Ft of .NK', I I ,,>
for the coming out the inner thoughts which' will be offered Curing 4 .. Run *, 5160 FtKOI : ': Park 8/D C. J. ,Powell But 4S2 of MKH: I Ivlna- H nfI I 4

f I ii J'OR. then. 3H04-.-.Tom Ht NR: Cur '., 't I N! V llayvat> RxM :.: i.;
hchool year? Or. "How can and opinions win help in unctN'Slanding I tlN summer if there is need ( III Kt r Kx: Ry $ 1"Nf '
) 200 Kt 8 60Pt of14Ii24ofNE'/4S(; .. .
ant<< 4
t my, child wisely spend the' the child.A I for your' child to take a class .nw1j zoo .Kr N all "f Him B 100 Ft for a. U/W 134J G 23 1 t. HI Outlaw 4 n

summer as far as his I second thin? which will during the summer.Notlo I ft to pou .ex' n/w'is 1 13 Ralelch Cos 1031 l-oij. nun w lOll !.H-NRI4 of NW<4 ,
E.. educa-I BO K tOll(
Ft. S Pt. of HK't: FT Par
lion Is concerned?" | I 2691! -Ciom! M. NW'Corof Kt. N to Ft to POllEx eol.l. Kx R/W .
J .., ...... .. .... O. Graham, 23.74Orlffl ex !II
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.uu all coo" 0'" Ira u& "UCflI.flJIato -- -- OK Bk ,rl.I '.:
onMO Each child la an ... Hun. S 810- Kt. B! 100 3832: -Com: IS' W of 22 PK 3(4 33 G 23 4 Rertha Croon Eat. 9 It
OTtrE. I Kt for a, POU Iluo 41H2 lx
NBJ e... W% oft.: >t In NFl: Cnrof
MOt individual and his problems I I.* hrnny gIven that the following dencrlheit. 'Ian,'* I' M 1110) Ft. K: 2u9 Kt ,.. K;% of SK'i of NllV. lot 1 Illk 510'I .

are different This will sound will hn sold( Kt "Piihllr Auction at IS:"O o'clk, noon on the 11th N 100 ft, W :Kt:; Vt 1111nI\ 140', ,V 101'1| In J M John. ," ,I
Ml. :1'Yo't' Tuno A J.> 1 r''f"IFf j"C(City I hall: City of ::' to POU 23 0 22 LlnnU Tyion et al II ISO' M 100 )'or Po HI I D Jame. O. MrDanlel 30 2t
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trite to but none-the- ; ; for NW Cop
some flradf.r.1., male to SOY trio ? at II.V 110'. H' 100'. UH3I Lot In :NW | _
aw le s it la true. taXES/ herein sot opnomt or( came, togetlii-r with all coats of nf SW1of HW'... a,: K 11 0'. N 100' tfOU .. CoP of Lot 2 of IllkR &
Itlcam I mirii mile, and a4ertlnlnffl < Kun B3 810 Kt 8 118. I. Ellward ,* 1.S9 run H iota M
29: t 22 .
Some children need all Kt for I'Oii w .
sum run lid W 105 a. N 110'
mer for their physical bodies >..Nrrli.tlnnof Aaaevnt 0&, Tay" BO\ )Pt a 1 100 Ft. m"r."r. 1 :12-Com at Pt 1(1'( To 1 I'OB Elmer B. Thomas 4 C*
for Inpil C T R A (hobo aol t-'O'I> CO' "'t. N 100 Ft W .A 119'\ N of BK 4T"|-W 300 of :N'.

anshl' to grow. Others need It to find POft 12 5 13: H U Harley J... 4 D717188..C for of W14' of NE1 of HK': of NK'i; Kx;.
of of NK'4.Ilun : .
themselves. Some have special 2111-Tx>t 1 of Elk 1 Nil Cop HHH K/W A Kx: fur InNWCturl&INII
at K 7ft' w 100' N .
interest which they like to explore In.Ori"-n Acron S:P211H. Frnent R.: Tanner '1731 of W*, ot NKU! \ otSW'i 150:; '. w 330- s me1.H :- | 13. U II. L. Hartley 704
.\--WH, Of l.nt 1 .. [' 410.A-Ixit 7 of nik
when time is available. JIII\ In Green An- Of i4WS 114. S lIP Iff: fjio 4 of Huutli (lite l..-

ouHi. Each child has many, many rut C. It flake 701 Ruin 173 SJo't'.OIlN Kt 100, W K I.V, .*. *'t to T IOu. 817 n*.A: on Jta: OH hkSI plut Leater Slxl 4 |,

plans and dreams and these 8anOA0"Cor of Heft' at Run t 8B 175 Ft to POll tI.: 22 % W;. V. Henderton 11 33 :SJ-H7 I 29 I 22. Leonard Xlrlffl. 7353lft87OtN 4412-0-Ix>t S of 711k .
1 In Kaatwood. H/U Mlllard
of Jud.U
2717-+f 3A of K(6( Ray Jr. 5.e41154'Iunl
aw occupy much of the summer I W 4211': 'for POll. N '.r. f>l.lot. 1CK 4 of tlWnf\ 1. 4 of nikK at NW CoPof
'. W inr. s 104" In pa..kln.4'. -
NNU "f KK'4. K4'I7
time.I SW' NX lot In 813Cor
T. Pre attJo 11.91 o ; HW Ci""-
iov to roB 10. !3 Lfittr 1xI.oIn
wftMl IOO' N Jk: 8 byBO' 1 14 &0} Knr 1'
don't really have the answer 2377-I'.m "a1A k's N tf Lot 4 10W-N( A. Hly : 500 {'..nt H $0'..' K
.. K W 21 S 22 S A. R. XUodolphp ttl A W 4 Frank If. Thorn"W. fiR .
from Si: for of -
loll S \\ 30U'to .
dOll for all the questions re- W'<4 of .BWW .& 2718-1 Lot In RE!: Cor :ttt-Lot. 3 A I' of 1 I 30Q,

1f pal-dins:! this matter but I do Hunf 115 Kt N ", ... I of KH! of NJI: '. of ." .. p Illk' ft In Oiinlfln Jr. 489 poe 21 S fa (fleorr Outtadlu "tr.
r.n I Kt .)ta;] us 'irt 8no SWH being100' N ... Ad4'. B. Torod.. 4419-Com at VR: for In \ have two. time honored suggestions rt to i-on 21 I 22 phln Kllernon. 119 A 8 by 60' K *: W 22 5 22 MI4 Stnta y, JIJTO-Lot* 5 A t of of NWi of :VKH.W : :

SUho First the most important 23x*-Tx>t 9 of Ilk 2 Home Ino. 4 u11IDF. Hit B i In Pin.''burnt' 9. ir .U', 8 1445 '.
In Hmmy. A-ri HP23H7 Willie Ilankernon U.'tO !) 3 A of N HID Nnnnle ClrahamHander "
thing: that a junior ;. % I. 4 14.7'U411.'nn. W aso.. H 119 99! .
-Lot" 7. 8. II .* of Hll'nf HW I II.
4 j for Pon 'H 107.SI". .
high school l parent con do 10 of Ulk 3 la Sunny of HW't Kx:. i.40A ..r 12H' W *, K: IqS.U'. H lit 04. .
8TI durIng the summer months la Acre 8/D Alfred Barnes. Eat 7.&* JJOHC OU 24-2114 tI.: 12 1 Henter A L.oulaiUraharm If N "of HH Cor W 70)tM !1111> to K ItW /

an Just get to know their child. 241 A-Com at NT! Cor S 31 nf NR: '-. of JKI: : .. i* of ,hwy 100iv {I

Ser 8 31 Uoir W 272(1(-ID 3A of HV6 01.* .' ltO'. w 70i \, ,E J Loul J. Bennrlt 465Hrevird along R R/W
--- This sounds silly, but do we !IIRD' to Cr of nil HK14\ Of HWV of 70' to n*ir {is' I 22 14141. K; S7U Ti

A Or of Corner $t. 8W44 12 5 22 1 C. A Crum '." 4P3t.A1.0111 I. I, 4. to l-iiu, p.x; Par oil .. .--7'-
:6. I, 7. 'a. 9. "1",.
N 71 flog W on reHt
2193 Lot 1 and aof Dk 31 PK 445 83. 11
or Hy.Wj.Kllman" .t al 17 tl
'14 Hik .
13. ia.
1245.8'.8 1 II DuK
i% cot vi'v .I.DGFJ..l"OJ'R'I. Lilt 1 LoLa 2, l't
\V 18' for PUn N 3 I'nll'I 1 SaratogaHMta. Ut-: at :NK ,. ...
lAM) foil IIHAUKOHO 3. 4 nf Blk Sin ; of NW <4 of V. ,
78 Dog W 11? .* 8 "
('OI'liT.I.tHII.I.: .* ne.*.nt Manor Unit Ino. 71.90 .
1* W 73Petr Contractor K'i: run W 15* *7',
In reENtal, : of Jtuno Vanpfy tlfff 641W.: 1 a, .
K 1(118'( IK W. A. I.e..t. Bit 10.00itsiBly 4041-B-Lot !S of Jlllc 8 J44JO' W SIO', : ...
d.eeeaci.,< l IV of Lot, 1 M IS U U' W 131 11V'for '. .: L < .
Heir M U. S 72 of'Unit Ht Duratnco <
Notlne or Flltnir Pitltton for 2 Ulk Lot 1 ... .. I 64 4* I 4t ,
lie' '* 10 ion1' to Pt tot 13It : I. Ilelxbt s/L> Fins Hamer: Lott PII4 H U' Wly 1
Final ,. KWIn
PlffharK" Of KxmmrlxTo IJIK / I-: It'W lid 100, N- ',. I
ltd 20" N in r> -irH 40H4-Tract. A a* re.torded .
All Whom It NUT. ConriTnNotl r nrH lIor4 Iflt.. r Cucen M. William. U .89281.W .
W ly K K/W to Cono .
)I e I II hereby irlvnn that I 150 N 7? I>eir W19V i'I .. IU.ftS. MIL In Plat Illk III ..
a hnvn, filed mr fInn! return nnxnvutrix :, N: 11 Oaf ttno' of BW' of I Pv h I K,* Unit Mrk. K I'Ull 13. 11 )'riy'W'Kllm.n\ et al UG.n
to ron 21 22 fa" Mobile Uamt-t, 1J't.fik'1P 1. 2 4k 1 of e*it
Kuiato- NW
II nt the :Ideate ot H."npry .. In<:. 101 36 that lbs N of Brevard '4111 at for : ,
\' Sc hit of NT.',, of NW'4 ""
rtPcenaert ] thtit I havo s* Jtor Ino. 19 OS
filed 2421-SWi/ of nik 1H CieiroctoFe run K 410. M 315 -
piMltlun for final% dla"hitrKA. on Rd ox ..
U 2 W .* HIS'l 4000)-Lot 7 In Stark for }'I1$. .V .
: run
nnd that r will apply ..eaHenient and, *x Carl U John 1480E ) :
to the Honorable. 1'hrun A. cit II 2 S nf RaW par in NH cur 2RO' lila Iteplat ; 120'. K 100' H 120' -
.tt wifc nik I. :3. IIo1ESW&E'Aof )4' 401-Com at SH' Coy W 100''" to POll 83. 11 "
Ynwn County Jmlife, uf Urndf N 8 by too 13 ". of Vlrs-ll Morrleon 4 11
NK'i .
I of 8Wi..
: 441-4'om at NW Cnr
f r l: County.' '1'lurlrta, on June .P A *, W 17? S II W. A. 'Beeeent Jr. St.13f Him N 130 Ft t 10 Rilth.ll
'i i !Itida.() : K'trtny nt 11:30;: A. M !'I Illk 1, 3 A /CodE 4 of NK:'4 of NW'0
for approval or tha and W of TVmp H/r' / II' 23 2/1/ H. A. t.aW'OD tillS'o. 19H38W( % of SnH W ISO Vt 14 run Fl' 10' H IKS' to .
earn* ,
UO Kt B 190 Pt to
2421-A-NW14 of nik of RI3'4 of NKH ;- H aIde of Canal for
lor final dim')Itarit/' an I r.xec-ll- KJ 1)0') 2129GU 4 11 PUB 11 t Z1 3 %v. Torode. Jr. 12.'J3
3 H pf )11* 2 W A ex 4 Percy Sullivan 10.14 poll 1. font H IIS,
Iris of the Vnnpfv.
d."d.May t tat. of liana NWK ..r mi I If ot .' / -Hlk A F.,. 1 Lot 4112-Com at HW 'or W lit' to Canal Ely I

Kite n W of Turnlilt. I on .. Hid*, titilnc 120 of HK-4" of 1011.:':. I alonir Canal .*0'. to
10th 111(19. .* Mill M/lt>> 11 S n ""' Ind"gtrlMM107, Kt M 3 ftT W by 107 Itun N 81'. n' 14U POH/ 314SOi 13 I.rota )f.
"n MrQueen 856
rolyn RedgraveCAHOLYN K 11 M ft'..'Nbnwoluift for foil n 41 I Id'. ;; HKH of NW!.. 34 t 13 40 W. A.
u..p Jr.
IlRDOHAVlSrxoomrli U
1440-RWU of Illk Rof ... bX N H on inland Ht ,-i84t-3 "
A< I .
: or Ih. ,p.etal,; ot ItoiaVunpfy I 16 3 W TempHr H on ;.nl.t In ..'io- i.. ,_ /. 844 :.1 I'. W Soil! <... N MRHRIIJ( rr' >WARI>ItT
dt.cesiu.4.ThOMAS > 11 < 23 I Alfred Unrn Fit ..44 lllnndlnaHp VIrgInIa W. Smith S<.1' 34 I II to POU KxK : ''I < X etnJ.l.1rn.LVLT1

at ollo t lIKHCaAttorncya ....v IH1fI.. nr: N of J56I_.-HV* of lint) f .: 70't ,,29. SI Bl.tiop )r. MyrUk 719 : ? OF MTAKKK. rIA'RIO'
HW 'or of Wrafe" of All lot B of Illitlld-.

I. 201-5 N'.rth Temple Av.*..., 14W! 100'. N 100'. .J."f 11t.8"! f: Junlu. M. Smith St OH .; -:=_ -'_- -- __ _ -
.yiarke. FJoililtt.
1 --- -'I W JV00', 8 |100' to 2> I. 10. II :Ex:. -= --
a 1/11.. illS'' n,.(& 21 0 23 n. Johnnie Covlnpton 4 Si W 'IDir Iot 13,: 11 '. ..
1434-Oom nt SIB'! Cor C' tn .
of l'H1': (.r NW'I Mann"II:;: Nib Kx W I BUSINESS

Septic Tank and I /JlllO ,V .108.J' to PIll 15a' of Lot 11 *., .It| AREA DIRECTORY
I ( W 4" 4.'. Nljf Port nt IIIK C VIor "

I DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION I I 110', Ely 404'. Hly Crock W of :" -. "

I I 11)1.9') ; to '')ItHlnofWR En, I hgtcIm, I ;", ; Vlra-lnla W mn3It.i') "* 13 S3 = .
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2100- From Pt of hit __ .' = =_ u -
I 3 W Temp/ (J/D SIinj ( 22 Mr.. Emma. Murrhe 1098 of S LIne W"oJ3* ; = :: =:= :

Back Hoe. Work I : -uik, 2, 1. 4. 10, with 'XV llne. nf Ht AUTO & SERVICE AUTO SA LF; &SERVICE flEA I(Try SCHOOL )lotol't'.t'lr1'&oot. _
Pump Out Service I II., U: lit. J8. 83 tUru\ ltd 20O Run My A- .. '
27 A Ilk 1I lonir ltd HArt H7 Kt
,-. Fill Dirt and_ Top Soil I 1 N & Ulk .14 K.* to POH. Wly 254 Kt Barkley Motors Inc. Tropical Pontiac, Learn Complete Beauty Streit's
Lola' 1 A 8 A* 1001. ft Nly n9.U' n. Ply CUJtur.CtrIaWom.nll.n Bicycle Shop

} Bradford Septic 7 .*' H Of rule iiIn I 14 (Ill "'t. Kly Alonic S TRIUlrtril Inc.TRC'CK HONDA MOTOHCTCUCSCB
Knlnhta KID A. U'l of a eurv Tuition Bndutrd
. T-x 1101045 Not U.IO Ft to St R.t. FIAT FREE lxo iaA T
PMCCMKNT > >* ep*> Sc..Iore
. Tank CompanyPhone Illk* 14 *! : Kx, U>tH Sly nlnnir 11.1 l 34N 01Kt UnXJMAN SUNBEAMS OMC clTPONTIAC: | ,
. A 4 of Hlk II to ron KX: U/W..I 4 12 Annette L .Tucker t1 II Special Brush-Up Courar} I Diaiat4.BSAndappMorsrcysle..SaJe

, 9692311HOUSEHOlD *HI. "..hvp.... Illk 81S.1.-rum on g VOLVO Central Hairstyling'
. 9 4 IS 23 aba .. of Cull Ht .. :Kids I : At Servle
. HVfc 1 uf Ht 8 of hIlt Int. ,H, Clue. of iuurtHt ***. Strrrtolte"" Ta 320 N.W. 8th Are Ott.tnflvUt. JCHWIXN rncTcuaLnckMmith

K:. A. if.1nterprtse.. A nun U: "H, Kt .'SALES!: iill 8SRVICB: f3, 283Replicars : College A Safe Work
., Ino 944.19Ir.ftOTot ti\f. a I'OII inn run ,. 11S 3. 1C. Ut GaJnavrtUe
. : 7 of Blk Rf It If: Ft. U JOi* I"t. r'**M7 TrmiiMd ftlecbaJiJcs '-. Ill W. totrently. AT..

, ,, North-Bonn S/r Ren nov11 4 IV N II: .'1. W 10>4 !" CLEAN DHCP c4tag2IClN. 224.4605'i.t1LI'E1S I ,
. 31-1..t 3 of Ink to n to ron 21 I 12 W, A. Rei, Jr. 41 41 I Inc. OaJrtrvrirle T7IU1741

. PSsrs In N llono H/r> Sully. P. WlllUm. IS.91Riiul a 154-rmn on 8 did 'SlAIN Imported Car Spoeiahstv:
.' 3&4U-.Lot 6 of Ulk. 33 of ("all Mt where It OaineH'e. n .U11 ,

t'al Detl'ructl"' In N-lteno H/I llankerion >.7SThrodnr In I. .R .OIlS nr CourtMt&fliinEll95 3IERCKPP-IIILi2: : : : .
'IV u.t., 3541 U't 8 of ilk 21In ,,"t I .\I.r.%..ROttOSlll. : : House of Carpets' I,
'1 N limo till Morris 2.7S for a IoN then tf r ... ,> .JEEP w.r: ...,. ,

.IIU."lhHF' ... aii;; 4-Lot t of Dlk 1 .ij I.',. I 1.! 20' Kt. r-tI17 01 ,4 wn Hl) ,Dliv. .I'nrts.5'o. I| "C11ne.; vi:!I"1 Qcly Carpe* I -. : !

c... ,. In IlflhlMflfl1-> l I.alt :. N in Kt. W iltt Ft S j Specialty R C'p" -
., /\%' Ellfi Morrla Ret.: a.am2MdI..1 to POll J1 I 13 113 9 E. Srrcnil st. O.ln"Olo., I
W. A. B aaent Jr. 43 43J
I ct !(,tu": ,,
) :
... R of nik 1 Slim. 1 Lot helna- Tcl. 17-*.31 I I IMJTO I ,0t:1: I
u. :riiirmunn' /U.1"" '' that Port. lyIng a MAJr1.... P1ne434o11lcaIy c. \KM>rRV: Tl'Ft'IX: )
.. H/W Aaron Holler :3.53 ..? Ulk II In Orl.
1r.6TLot S of Bile I IuiIIu4s1IIf8erfr4 Expert Initaltation IIE.V irs nnm TO MOT
.. Town of Htark Kx:, ?
.. In. O"hoarltnP. L vy I.ennoa 2.75i N 2.&' llnii K A H c SALVAGE 531. >o! MaJa-V.....91$ cn
-I 25 0--1.<* ID H\i 'fl' .' iQu by lilt W by. Thomp- RIdgWay, Motor, Co. >BM.HB BBBB *BBBBaaBa* >MBBBWB BBBBVaWBBBBCaul's I 1
I Jut 17 of Illk 4 in nn St. A In F.. Q iln.irm CUSEIII'ILLRMayflower
In lahaicnn. till) .. ..n Relher' Green 12 83 :;Ill Ilk 16-484 ,UUJ N. Main 'v. Auto Salvage -
1 U Andrew 7.It *.
; ll'.in\ -i.A Trait Inc.
lIon5- -II 3S Ft of RKL In a (1IA1N 4Aws
I : of Ulk 1 3 of.)t Iin4 N by LafA7otfl"\ o.a-.U. 371-amGf i, We Buy Wrecked' Cue. AI* Call ,
i n A! : N Ui'-j Kt ot Ht.V. by Oringie Ht. 378-522: ,
I NIL: of HIIt'lI H of H hY Tenrv K t>r .' r oi'I l PRICES A,. & J. Saw&Mower

I'hone K I D\ A H K2H t.t J. U. Alvarof Add.21 tISJ7 14 .' Claude 8.ft Motori J ;Co.TERV7CB ; I I'A 1-: T
I I.fv! of Hilt 1 Hk I 1 I R Prevatt 30 II Ut >Uar. .A Medrla Cxdt I Co.' j, & (;I..As4Liddell ;

i>f U J K Temple -r-om at NW for Part

84-3965< i HID ,KX,:, K/W 12. 13 Theedcvr Morrl 10.98 6f eai 1 nay 14t1. 1ADlLLAoLnftMORILE: I I rrlrtjp Berrlr*-W. Will Joe An.1rna, "'n.I Paint &

iI 2sll-n'4( \ of Illk- 1 fl., Run N 2r...i Kt. W V M1&S'a ( f Homtlile Chain Saw!

ut1t9Il&YofSilk \ 111\9\ 'Pt for POle PILe' Beleetton nf Used Cara' rind Any Part Far Y... I Glass Co.
I 1 a: of n 3 R Run N tll rt. Wly T kn Oh QwUllAU Trmda SALES .A SERVICE i
3 3"I HK':', r>f Hlk 1 N of' 1877 l 7i rt Odnft..w. 174-4511 Repair Hi Part. All Make 'I
FlOrida H 1 Na NWU of. Ely: 1SS Kt to roB 'tl I 11 SMI 1T.1 W. ua..1 a.. -441rtlONS KY\M 1: PAINTS
ItlkiItvfflZIOIn 311)4) -I.ot 4' of Hlk( S W. J. BtuditMl, fClyde 1955 441 N. Past Stock Yard I (rutrly Tractor Sale

.. 11 'I'oIttplIa I ft/It RK J ,In 2i1t 'Cop B/n ,.1 Ilankeraon I nU1r4 -1JU. .,,... --- ..II n k'e '_ GU. :Mirror Slldla. o..i

. Pest Tar OR Ilk U.IU.'II t II 18 L J. Alk. Kite ISO 3.IJ1 1 of Bin It 1 2022 N ro.: Ulvd Gainesville] Tub EnrlMvrrti' Shew.*T
I. a '
. Zflll-A-H..w It.OB* O .:W 43,Co ot* S/D Iota .. Mitts Harmon 101 Le.lm-M.rcsry-C. '" \lr Conditioning. Il atinzRUSS'S : Phone 3T3-338 Door
l \\nd| m_ AwnhaK -
Conlrpl *. Soa of NW Cor, I AN 4 of nile \it Dam CARS 111'1t ort Wawo Ron
. of Rlt':\ of )B K I ;, 'i I. T A Co YD'(( Anttwrtowi Salct Jk Benke Carpel Wallpaper, 8teje-
. tf CHEMICAL'CO.' K Coot H 201'. R > -KH of Lots i Carrie CoUmaa I StJo CONCPITE: pnonucreINSIST frent.
CaiuulUlieo.IJ ,
800 N 1 I*
. 1W.
i of SHEET
Rill II In L. T -,
t- I Poll Temploa Crane "
. to .In ,
; SUteenUi
. t IT) &CoIS,14 ., / THAT ALL .YOURC6)4CRETE M.I .
11 1 U' a Coleman 7.91
. SH30-,-Torn HW John. R.: Olar.I I 14 LincolnrMcrcuryM: METAL INC. OATNP.RVTj1J6173..1155I'I
at Cor
-. I 5.127-4.ot. ; ; PROHL'CTJ: I
. or NW'4 of 8Wl of Lot t 4 :f"fir.. t.. -: ,
.. .Lc'LoSjouT 2.10 Hun Kt R "0 Pt, N In. ,. T Co* H/n/ Mary CoUmaa % > S3 B. iTraHy A_ .\
Po! ISO yt for : I '
. run' N JOG '. 111*-R 14 Kt of Lot'. OAlTMtrrflto- 173-4351 ; ifiaflag1Ali Edwards Building
Kt. I R;] teKt *: 4 of (ilk U .a K :
. H SllO Xt. W tU ; 1* Kt of Iota 14' Knell: ** FM4" -V.I**-

.. l1--rom Kt to POH) S3 S 31 Pen C. DavIe"t S 13 nf Rile> 1' In L T *.... : ,' >.-# USED CARS. c.utlllftiDCII. Supply Inc. OcaJa: Chrome

.. of :-rw"- at nf RW 8110'Car'' CoD ... Vax>kCol...iaJr. '. 818 South Main 7i f&&. Maln--3Tt-4S44 Plating Inc.Copper.

. PENCILSFIRST M I SU' tf fo( ', M ionl'or '" 8Us..LoI.: I a't ., : > .. .... %. If tS OahMnt1Je nt.snl IleW 'tSY'a-IVwIS.p 5,4 .

. pon.: N i oil': fj Illk 15 Co Nickel. CriromlWB

.. GRADE 7S'TUB 8 lylii ion' *, AST N of 7sm Co '' I ,,1. IS s/I 4-) \MI*inrLT of Dlk 32* Ida Ma 11I11......... 4 lit> DODGE DART- 2320 N.!:. ISth Terrme \lun"Ii) : SITVI'1.TJ3 Cadmium.Cuatom Metal' Finishing

.. t 04 IM }| S II C. J. Miller *', 871 In 1.1' Co* IJ, P WaU"r 'tmanuIrg. ..7S DODGE TRfCK fLINESV1LIIEwua1 : Johnson & fluffingA.'uITIQtE
2 3<-Tom at RW I Fans Inc. CLEAM.Na'
. for 1317-a 60 Kt of 1.05 $ POO. J731 IA )Itwe

. One of oldest manufacturer : rim of NW'4 J U: Ifl*',of V 80'ftWU for* 4 of Hilt 14 la U I I IVpendafcl l...... I.w C'nmol.w. Line' of SO.IER.: BR\SS. COPPCKInduatrui

. !* in the II I'Ull. K |1S' nn N T. Cue 8/U : Frank I.alllo .. ,.n ..L."NTFF"RTO !'- Hard Chrome
. I I ., III T.S .G&bfe Motors 'TransmIssion
U/W WIlfr PooI Automatic
Or Mil V S60' 1M4 NE '.
tod .
. Business. W 126' H 1498. -l.ota I of nik ,,; .. Oral*

. '(m r -S30 T o 21 s 11 41 in LT' a Co* a, n A Jo* .. S 44 110 s. E. lot Av. CarnarrUJ* SaWe ....... Dial AU-UI.
. H4 vit.. Nl.t.l! et al t U WillIam.. _
. flog at Tom J4it-\VH nf Tot t PltOM In-uu ; Automatic Rent PTUItaerJ54 8wu"'rs'' ,
. 6c each Halt 81. In NutV II.llama i City
, i i70"c 14,1)l run K on of Hlk 10 A M SO vxv 8th AYe. 114iaF.wTuTFnFlancock

. [ Cooper. Or 2")o', l H to of \\'1..f Tot I FOIl LEASE: 1

. doz. : lien 1'.I"'lIOn Mt. inn'. Add Hlk 10) AjCOf, .r4. farmer Supply II." New Thr Bay Transmission, Inc. rlJo' 312-":,

$4 half W Kfo''on Peirriuiii Ii too' .tt t> 141-l.ot 11 .f flu 'it..... I"'JUC ou. !SKR\KE: 01".Y1'1"PI.. Office
: I
gr. II la L. T. 4k CM US.
Station 301
POll 21J S aa: '1'.... .A Ul Hall <.ISr Add. At* ClluIer."r. It> 14 I A 1.4'-: '''' i..\ nirsKAR: EQtrWIESmttbcoron.AuUJOr1ud
I ;le&1-J..t 1 nf nik 1 Near. rarmees Market I
3414 Uot II of UI3.I'
.. All Mtkr and Model
In Nat
-William* i m u T" Co* No Exprrtenc Nrceuary

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH sin Ruth Mae. PenaaUtl. :1,IS Add.. BUt Klande* 14 .< Fake Training. Son I .TRITK i .A CARSDyanometer Cherry' Dealer
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Lot .
9 of Rlk 1 (1ary-n. .._T......
.f Nat William 3444Lot T of nut Financing. Available.F"or Pre-TeHr OaIn.r-v1': "i Most P'ubZ-
110IUaLnt l ot 1, T a Coe Adding Uachia. Calculator.
10 of Joe Harmon I IS 1.... Leater Stale.. 1S II Further Information Address For Ladle* SALTS -
In Mat Williams $4'S-SV14 of I....Ie I. Write '''fORK GLARNTEFD.RtDGE PRESSF.* SUTT!'-COATSMtTERMTT SAVE
: TIME-.46.:
: 8/D I I of Uluck. !t btlna T PIAN" : ,_ f e.
Clarenr DeSu 14(1Q | : WI:.'.
IS Kt K A W by 1 10. ..'ImnetiU with
SI-BH of I...t 11 flr,'.
I Kt N 10. floe, 3 1 31_'-'" F. 14W 8 Main "
of Hilt 1 In Mat 1 a S la L T t I I Olnylt! 52'S }W Mate St, Ottnfon1np!
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, .Yyyyyyyyyy tTt P guests of Mr. and:! Mrs. Paul B. Helsabeck. I,yyyyy yyyyyyyyyyy yYY'W' C I ever Llveth And Belleveth In NOTICE TO APPEAR -
1'A2r ". Men of Starke. Mrs. Juanita Albertson an? Me Shall Never Die. Bellevest To' Claude L. land. P. O. sox

Kingsley Lake Mr. anj! : Mrs. Lloyd Macy three: children of Jacksonvill. HAMPTONBy Christ Is I Thou this?" John 11:25: 2J.I 3A1 you Dentrahnn are hereby. Loulaann.notified. that TilE RIGHT write POtNl Coma: (ID or KMjrmjr
SeAr, and children spent Friday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs I To truly believe this is to find. a stilt t for Divorce hat been you and
in filed against you In the abuts elect your ts.orltr ESTEKI !: -
Saturday Jacksonville as Herbert Sellers and family
I Christ is the Answer!II IinTU'111
I\ln. E. M. NoN Mrs. n. E. Hill!
guests of Mr and Mrs. It!. C last Saturday The Answer are required to serve a copy of .
IMloliP 5S3-2081: Dusirar Mr. and Mrs E. M Nortoi Phone 468-1160 I your answer or pleading to the
f !\ OF IV1'KNTIOY TO complaint. on the Plalntlffa Attorney '
Mrs Charles Crews visited and laughter! visited Mr. aa
By Hon. Lex Green Stark,
s< _AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.JIAMPTON L It F.r.l: ILIt, FlfllllOl" \UI' : To: Vlrnle France, Orlff.
4.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJClU'RCIl I Mi. and Mrs. D. I. Knight and Mrs. M: C. Hartley and famll Klnrtdit and file the original knthe )
Notice ,
h..y..1 vrn thai\ Saginaw, Mich.
dualchl NEWS Mi\ and Mrs. W. C. Clemons. in Jacksonville: Sunday after : TEAMIS Rev. Charles Harvey th. unJernlun-'il.. under the pro- Circiilt, offlcn( Court of the on or Clerk before of the the You are hereby notified that
.. 14 Jr of Itellbronn Springs Sunday noon.CVTYTmtnlwYYYYnt. RUNM.H-UF vlnlon of Chapter JO.OuJ:; Law Tlh thy of June. Iftti; ..,,- a cult for Divorce h.. been
Awa Sunday School 9-43: a. m afteinoon.Mrs Pastor First Baptist Church of Florida. At o r in i"t; will |.* the al'etfatlon!' of said filed against. you In the above
Bltf Morning Worship. 11:00: a. m IN TOURNAMENTThe riMTlitter with the Clerk of rhoCircuit Complaint will be taken aa con- named Court end cause and youar
N William B Thompson; Hampton Softball( Court In and for mail required tw serve a
Lawtey Fla. feened by topy
Union 6:45 m.Evening you.
T.alnins : : p. .
A ford County, Florida, upon rFiplt *- of your answer or |*-adln.
t to
tower Jr. and her 4-H !group held a Team could do last This notice shall publlnhed
: ; Worship, 8:00: p. tn no wrong of proof of publication of ones each week for four con- the complaint' on the Plaintiff
< iMoc : Midweek: Prayer Service.! Wed !swimming party and weiner GRAHAM Saturday in the hat Invitational this notlf th" fli-tlllnuii nam. NHtiiilve, weeks In tho Bradford Attorney Hon. Lea Ureen.
S'' mast at the home of Patti of RHAl,6'fldU/ KI.KITKIO:, : uil- Starke, Florida and file the original
I' nesday 7:30: m-Rev. B. T Slow Pitch Tjurnamtnt We read in 2 Corinthians 8:12: "He That Hath The 'Son'Hath der which Cotinlix Tell tfrauhIiatvd -
p. w* urn n".1 In I In the office of the Clericof
? Penvy pastor. Everyone wel- Whitehead last Thursday Ity Mrs. W. E. Starling to be hell in the county. They 8:2: "Bsho.d.; now is the accepted Life: And He That Hath IIualnea. at 41V. hunt: Call HI., IftHG.SKA1.. this nth day of May the I'Ti'Ult Court on or before .
E a afternoon Those present with uUilt> and: outscorid some of time; behold now is the Not The Son Of God Hath murk. Fla.iHtnlle ( .) the 14th. day of June un:
come. flordon Johnson, Rt S
f We will have a Vacation Bible Mrs. Thompson and Patti Phone 4832368AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Florida's" best including, Cocoa day of salvation". There are Not Life." Box 15H. Hlark. 'I...; and Morrl HARIRI! A. DARBY aid otherwise Complaint the will allecatlona be taken a of*
MleAJ a School Para:! from 1 to were Pam Ricks Jan Thompson Beach the two-year state multitudes! who, seem to: think Christ is not just something Leonard Naxworth, (J.nernl Clerk) Ueulali of 'the M.Circuit Mooity, ,CourtLy Koputy conferaed by you.
Fluranoma, Florida,
tons 2 p. m. next Saturday, priorto Cindy Har lng. Dianna champions. ,they can live by any scheduls added: to life. He is LIFE partner Delivery. ., 6/13 it 8/J .d This one notice each .hall week be for publl.h-four
sand enrollment Thomas Kelly Richards and MISS STRICKLAND Ultimately Hampton lost they choose( and that in and no one is truly living who Dated this 14th day rf Mty. -- W PERSONALSMiss the Home Demonstration HONORED AT SHOWER out In the final game to a their own time thy can turnto has not Christ in his heart A. l>, 1985 at. Starke. Bradfi. rd o'r''F, TO UtFF.\: ) County Telegraph..

r Janice Weeks< of Bel- fluent, Miss Martha Sue Mc- Miss! Barbara Ann Strlck good Perry team but not before ( a ad. We should: call tJ Jesus Christ said "I Am The County Florida S/20 4tchs 6/1C C'oualr.In (Ir.Fl H..I rl..f.lni'onrt In. llrilffwril(.nnnrerytCBIIB 1946.lSEAL Dated.. thl nth day of May

ASa I( more spent Tuesday afternoon( Cain. land daughter of Mr ant they had derived much memory the day that dawned:! Resurrection!( And The Life: 'oTitw 10 ....:.-_..n No. M-J11 :7t'11ARLES
r: J with Miss Judy Whiteheadand Ricky Crews and Miss! Kar- Mrs. Clyde Strickland of Ml satisfaction( and some glory this morning will never dawn He That Belleveth In Me. la (Irrnlt. .(........ llrnrtfort.omltr .I Vlritlei Leon Franca.Orlfl' Plain Urlffl.'.Iff. t V.>.-. Clerk of the A. Circuit DARK T.Court.
8am t attended the Junlor-Sen- en Lee (of Lawtey spnt Saturday amt was honored at a. bridal from what had been! a disappointing grain. The (opportunities; ( Though He Were Dead::! Yet (' > Florlilni fa la JS-503(:'hitnsert'ass r.n.llIl1t. By Beulah M. Moody. .

!! I ior High School Chorus in the at St. Augustine Beach shower given by Mrs.\ Morris' won-lost record so which It brought( will never Shall He Live And: Whoso- I Hetty M Hand. Plaintiff, ". NOTti"J3! TO APPEAR De*.elo"ty Clerk.
A Spring Concert at the Bradford with a group of friends. Starling. Mrs. Eddie Starling far in regular season( play. coma again. Ood's( time is. Claude. L. Hand Defendant< > 41 I/IG
E< 4 High School. Mr. and Mrs. J L. Bradley and Mrs Jennings Stalling at Only less than rabid fans moving( forward hour by hour\) -
X! Mr and Mrs. W. H. Anner and family and Mrs. J. M the home of the latter last could tear themselves away minute by minute while mor-

onMa and Mr. and Mrs W. C. Dixon Bradley spent the weekend in Saturday night. from the tournament as tensIon tal man refuses to recognizeGod
spent Sunday with D. S Orlando as guests of Mr. and Greeting guests as they arrived mounted. from the very I In this matter of Salvation -
1: Christmas who is very 111 In Mrs. Gerald Cox and family were Mrs. Jennings Sterling first game. For( the winners it I ( and the word Salvation
Mil Waycross.( da. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brad- and Mrs. Clyde Strick turned out to be an endurance simply 'means "the deliverance

aWl Little Kenny Elder spent the ley and family. land. The living room was. contest as the sun beat down of the Soul prom sin and
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weekend with his grandmother R. L. Smith and son visited decrated with arrangements of mercilessly with, temperaturesin death. The Bible reveals that
A!*l Mrs E. O. Elder while his Howard Smith in Orlando last mixed summer flowers. Centering the middle 90's anti; above. "Salvation belonwth unto the I.
foram parents visited friends in Sunday. the lace covered refreshment Hampton coach( Jack flaxen Lord." Psalms! 38.: Yes. it be-

Greenwood( S..C. Mrs. Ray Miller spent Tues- table. was a punch accepted the runner-up tro- longeth unto the Lord: and He .
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Misses Brenda and Connie day in Penney Farms as guestof bowl surrounded with pink phy from Townsend Strick gives It on His terms, and He .
out Hawkins of Jacksonville( spent Mrs. F. J Saunders. and blue decorations. Twenty- I land after the final game. All has sail:! "all men must be .r
? the weekend with Judy and Airman 2nd Class and Mrs. four guests were invited to call would agree with him that born again." .

0Hi.. Patti Whitehead. Harley R. Hartley and son (of between the hours 8 to 10 p. this was a fine team effort all "What fools we are, to cluf- ach ..
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner Nlreville are spending a few the way. ter up our lives with common ..
a anw6 davs with Mi. and Mrs. R. L. m.PERSONALS Our thanks' to the two Jims .
and Stephanie spent the weekend things. and leave without .. ...
Mil!, with relatives in Jackson Smith.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Tld- from BrookerJim Temple heart's gate The Lord of life ,
dOc ville. and Mrs Ed Marsh of well and Mrs Nellie Cannonof and Jim Watts who contributed Itself-our Qod. Yes Salva- .,

Me Miss Linda.. Crews and Jim- Jacksonville were weekend Branford spent Saturday so much to the team's suc- tion U a must In every life. .;. ,". ;

MySla my Smith spent Monday at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her- night with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. cess. rurTfiTmore we read In Acts ,. ." -t\.\ ...... t
Daytona Beach bert s Sellers and family. Starling. It Is our hope that this will 4:12: "Hlther Is there Salva 'J; .

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Registerof Louis Wise of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney become an annual fixture In tion In any other for there !Is .'

he.J J Jacksonville( were Sunday spent the weekend with his and daughter. attendedthe our county with more advance none other name under heav-

ST8 guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. nsrentg. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Abernathy and Graves Reunion publicity and mot I l backing> en given among( men wherebywe .

ante Cooley. Wise.Mrs. at Gold Head Branch from the Chamber of Com- must be saved.. '
Mrs. A. W. Gaylord Jr. Louise ;Moore had as State Park last Sunday. I merce and other organizations> Yen Gad: has preordained
e spent Tuesday through Sun guests Saturday Miss Ann Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and Out of town trains expressed that all men must bi born of I ."..
.. day In Branford due to the F'OlIraker'an,1, Mrs. Geneva Mrs. Debbie Hall visited Mr. a desire to return and the Sntrlt and to everv one .. .
illness' of her father-in-law. Struth of Jacksonville. and Mrs Leslie Jonas of were most generous In their who has never experienced: ,
Mr and Mrs. W "1 8:. Hollo- Bobby! Helsabeck of Daytona( Hampton Sunday. praise of both, our .City and this rebirth which is complete '"

way were Saturday supper Beach spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Strick the sportsmanship''' of our regeneration..puch'a' one who
his parents Mr. and Mrs. B land and daughters, Barbara teams. refuse! to( accept Christ as

'J. and Sandy and Bill Lewis of REPORT CARDS Saviour will never, become a
;" Miami spent the weekend with Richard Joclcel, principal of recipient of Life Eternal. Andto Y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Starling.Mr. Hampton School states that. ,snrh a one who continues
..., I STARKE i and Mrs. H. E. Starling report cards will be sent home on this rhvsieal lourney to

.... and< Mr und"' Mis.! M E. Star by the students this Friday. death'. doer he will enter into
r ling. Mrs. Strickland and. Sandy VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL '''>rnl v' unnrelY+r'd. a ..

., MOTOR Ci I are soenrtlnT two week* STARTS JUNE II mleaba-en!' thing he will be to t.
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W Vacation Bible School( at step Into eternity For: in Hebrews -
: I PARTS \ St,,"ling. 'Tnmoton Baptist! Church is 9:27.: we read "And as

Mr. and Mrs. E. B McKinney scheduled to start Friday. it 1 I.* appointed into tn-n once!
of Sampson City and Juno 11, with "preparationday" to die, h'tt'afterthus the
:.. Woodrow MMton( of Fairbanks at 1:30: p. m. Judgment. rrVj in I John(
.., visited\ Mr and Mrs. John McKinney The tw-week'school( will beheld sFyrrotrAigp
recently}: from Monday through 4IIft"'If'1 CkreelfeIJIt10r '6kflle
Mr and Mrs. Wllev lantr- Friday each moaning. 8:30: to : '1'0 I/rFMVI, ,,
I fold (of Gainesville visited Mr 11:30: a. m.. June\ 14-25. Rev. IN f.'IePnI. I..."... II .nd.ard') .It I I
... I and Mrs. Carl Jones last t Fri Paul L. Bates pastor of the Cnu.i.,. K>".rlillt.. N...In 11.11(14( .NwarcrrI'uii. ( CHEVELLE MALIBU by Chevrolet
day. 'friurch. will be principal of r.ctla Mar Tully pluinilrf.' ..
a. Mr. Arl"ne Bimhlooor and this year's school' with programs ( NOTICM ir..rt>'*rt Tlllly, ,, "llf>frn..tiint, v .-.s- .r ,. .., __ _

.. Brake Shoes Original ,Equipment son and Mrs L, Wyse of Jacksonville Including Bible; "'Tn Ifvrhrrt TO. APMri fully' I Jackson A good 16 {inches shorter than' tht'Jutt That t Malibu fias a vacation-size? trunk plus
I Type ii spent the weekend mission study, music and : MlrhlKun.Votir\ plenty of luxury-foam-cushioned seats fullcarpeting
Ford-Chevy art >h-rehv. nn'lflcct. Chevrolet outside it's to fjJVj.jW i.
with Mrs handicraft for three I bn' size so very easy
Mattlo Divls. Sat- ; ages a unit for FXvor has .hc rear ashtrays and more. Some great
:S Plymouth $$76O4Wheels urday night they' visited! Mr through, 16.Refreshments. filed. .mra-lnut. you' In thir abnvvitMmM .pn handle and park. Plenty of room inside, options and accessories available for it. And
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and Mrs. L. A. Davis of will be served and."naima and you our trade will make as comfortable -
are nuiiilred" til .rva. i n espy| nf You get it with our spirited smooth running : !
h". Each Gainesville.Mrs. each day and special eventsare your .answer or plrKillnir, In the, SEE THE U.S.A. as its ride. So size it up. Try it with
:\ Zplma Rhoden and planned for each group romplnlnt tnrny. Hon on. th. Plaintiff. At. 120-hp Hi-ThriJt Six or you can America's most popular 6-cylinder engine in
". Premium Grade John Cobb of Gainesville during the two-week session. Florida and,l file ink'Sr.en..ark.thii nrliclnnl' In, order from a family of powerful VB's.THE NO. 1 WAY' its most popular intermediate-size car.
Aslro Jet visited Mrs. Rhoden's sister RAINSTORM DOWNS THEE (><. offlc of the Clerk or the ,
:-. $$11 I ,70 Mrs. Oustle Crawford of st. Hampton's first rain in 7th Circuit' Court on. or hofnra, the Red Hot and Rolling] See Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CHCVtLU CHEVY CORVAIR
Exchange TIRESGoon I George Oa.. recently weeks came In torrents( on the day allntntlonn of Jun.. n.of ;said.otherwise Complaint .....----------.-.--.-.-......-your.--........ ..--....... ---....

.. PRICE Wednesday evening last week by will yott.h. taken .. cnnfenneil j.1, 00 8144

bringing down at least one This nolle shall .h. publlnhnd.
.. Your NAPA Jobber Is Good Man NOTITR OP IV're' :N1''O'' 1O oak tree by the Leslie Jones' one each week for fnur a I 111 IRla' ': FU'liriOl' N N.'''II'' home( half (of another tree at County a""l1v.T..I..raph.w..k.l i 'In the Iirailfard WALT HULICK CHEVROLET Inc.

:' To Know and A Good Place To Go. the No un".r"hrne"tiro lii hervhv l uniler..given the that pro. the A. C. Dennlson's and tome 1156.SP.fated. this 11th day of May,
vlelona power cutoff. ,
or Chapter, 20,9113 ( AL)
Ijtwm of Florl SS" Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc. the will Clrrult rrnlnler. Court with the'In and{''..rk for of the storm blocked the dilve- Clerk. CIfARLRS of the. Clniilt!'! A. nAnnT OuurtH (FORMERLY GATEWAY CHEVROLET, INC.)
D.ul..111; Moody; '., Deputy
..ia Ilrnilforcl' of County proof t of Klorliln piiMlrntlon< uponreceipt wAy. at the Jones for several Clerk U. S. :301 (NORTH) STAUKE. FLA. P1IOXE 964-390Q.

tI. 153:> W. Krownlee Street of this nolle.* the fl"'tltlcitii days before either Hampton 5/11 4t ell .
name nf HA .I 1I'1'-l: [IIIACH. city workers or school( workmen -
aiI I Phones 961.0801-961-0811 : tinilor which we. Are nucniced In could get to the clearing
aia tiuNlne** nt llumpton. lako,
Hampton., Fla. way, I
Starke Fla. llllum Silt Tenor Trlnk. PERSONALS I
w 'I Hmnpton. Lnke llnmpton) I KlMmrIn .. Mr and Mrs. Starr and!
Roy :
i. M':. and Janet Starling. NATURAL GAS HOUSEWIFE'S CHOICE
S.. family and her mother Mrs. .
Clifford Rahme. left Monday ;
.a 1' after a visit here with rela I
tives. Former residents of I

MOONEYHAM'S Hampton, they are now livingin
Cleveland, Mo., and plan-
ned to stop in Alabama to
I visit relatives on their way

HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING home.Mrs. Marvin Williams entered For

Alachua General Hospital -

tests and observation. I ,
Serving Clay and Bradford Counties Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville -
and her son-in-law and I LOW COST FUEL
.. ---=- diiiMthter, Mr. ant: Mrs Chuck I
a a a Hansley of Oklahoma visited
here Wednesday last week
.. o 0 uuQUU with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. SUde. se w Natural" fag, because of it. proven superiority reigns supreme in
o a
bonded t o uu Mrs. Donald Sladj was tak-I ,
.e o tr i the home. llnusewitrs" know they can always depend on Natural Gas
1 en to Brndford: County Hospital y
.. Ultimate In performance. treatment.In Starke last week for ppeed. for enacting temperature (control and they have learned! throughthe

.. : Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Parker'are '' year, that ga.-t home appliance: .la."U longer. cots I lew to begin with

.s -;:: POLMbYPRINCE mncfelled.havlnr Workmen their home began last re- r and less to operate. The proof of superiority N in the u",*in.;.

i T t week Imtalllrur\ new siding
and remodelling work will include -
.. From 2 to I 5)h.p.capacity remote type Don't You Too Go
installation, handsome> weatherproofcabinet. 'oulldlrnj! in the front I Why -
t porch a new back porch and j
.e no water, Interior work. I Natural Gas
e e Unit i is selfcoolingrequire ; 1))
Terry McElroy of Alachua ,

... T. no Hooks system.up Simple with your installation present warm-air spent Mr. anl last:! :Mrs.weekend F. O. Smith here with and i, I ALiS I FOR .MOUK: INFORMATION- ( 1
So quiet! Scarcely a whisper of daughters.L. I Y
.. : Backed by exclusive Coleman $1000 T. Beebe" has opened anew ', )1 CALL 961-2331:>>1
Warranty Bond business on Roads 18 and V
Every installation la comfort engineered 221 near the east city limits. 1 II

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They are formerly of Alachu

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