Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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June 10, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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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Official County Publication Kslabllihe** li 1379STXHKF. !

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w Vocational School Argued

Casey And Board Split On Site .
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to'U STATES nun purtk'lpatlnt; In Special Form. nuuu',ii\rr* at (' BI.Inc .....-

are represented In the ulxne line-up of officer. (from left) ('.pt. V. n. Padgett.Jarknnn. After a stormy IIrlCli iment, litHtinK) more than an

MlM. :MuJ. Norman J. Ur.y.11..1: ; ('..I. Henry If. Cubit. Blrinhii. .hand. J. Totaling $100,000School -. hour about where to UwpoKitl .ate 1 Bradford. (County' pro-

Ala. (commanding ofllrrr. of the :oth .iruu|>); ('api. B. K. Etdmin.. Birmingham; and I vocatlonnltechnlculItourd. t traininir center, the SchoolI ;

('.pt. Richard I). AHurea. New Orleait. La. meeting in yH>ciu..!I session \Veiinemiav night

Personnel 104r' retiut'Htetl that the StateKV Department of Educationion :

> favorable con.idcratiN'o to t the :f,) project.

!Cite \\'II4 nientionei\il in the rl'4nlu' t Inn voted by

*tli w **LjmrAfllOSH the Board heiwlve education, \ that couM
Uefoi finally approving| b
Get Raises he offered I In one place, Hevrgusa
Pay i uiunlmuiH vote, u rraolu that vni-iitlnnMl traln-
ri I lion ,prexrnteil to them TIKj .
: be ..
rag ciinnot carried on auo-
I lay' by Men Charley' John" ,
oeMfnlly" onus. n student. ,also
w Pay raises for Bradford County l'choott'lIeh..r I I booker, of i f the voontUui/
1",1"I hat mifn.'lent, theory. to unilorataml -
bus i r A I ,, linlninv.. renter
principal, drivers and cafeteria workers, total I ? the principle, ,. Involved
ing $100.000. were approved t night by the Hoard |Iin the stale 1"1f1 isluture I duel In any nierhnnlrn! train!
i roil l'a and I nieinhvra
tv u
of Public Instruction.
mx hft might receive.Inalenil .
the ,MiMird, .
| almost arKiiittl themselves
Biggest increase by far. went to the county Ifi7 r .. I to .a slant still t'nfhMigixl <.. the culling fur the
teachers a total of $ (O.OOO. The salary achedule the \MiNird win "pn .nlt'r to !be put nn a upeclflc''

adopted by the Bradford) Education Association and r s I tnlnted" and Hour.Momlwr ill*, the Hoard. In addition! ;,
j to fen. Juhna', .Ie.I
Bradford (County Teachers" '" Association wa approvedverbatim. Art llolll.lny tuth -
________ I ..I l thnt the Slats; Department
that If the renter were t ,
Halves! range from I30C fort I to $4.500 for a beginning I Best In 4 CountiesKathy I I bo Imatvil. I ttt HrinKord, Mini Of Kdiicnlun: make .a .study tr
are i where to locale' the nrhooL
Schunl, l it would, .. bat a llnuntliiplum '
a Rank in beginning teacher teacher to $8.200 ram
I J.730 Mvrlck, ,n ((0huhullo. Ahat it,"sle Tests) \ for .a fayorml "I'llqn' ?aa. ..y told' the Btutrit, It didn't ;
960 for teacherwith
a Rank I j for a Rank III teuclvrn with
i HlRh .School. UINliteaented Mr. Muriel Norman.., praallent of idiirati \\ho wiiiitd'" boa make too much difference *
i 10 year. experience. j jRalaea a continuing contract and 10 .vhw, vole l to .. th I
--- ', -- .-- n f j.1: heck hy thAlpha of the Alpha, Nn ChiiplcrIK .. the m'hool.H they put *
for the 10 principal I years experience. Top pay for Nu Chapter. of UeltnKappA shaves the rlmi'k, '-enter but an. lit the Mute !u.- '
Tilt IMItAllr: UKI>t'M> from Special Form opi.rallnaal| | hiul<|uartem total ".000. an average Increase a Rank I certificate, equivalent presenting iv Johns had told Ui '
| | luninm." ,, StM-lety. for t III Kiilhy as. Mr. Kdim Ilot'haska '' Htrnient( will |rormhly> hava ,
the riorkt" Nallomtl\ Guard CK'S IK. In full ... "'C. local frlrer cm/ldMatea. art of ISOO per man.. Low., to a doctor'a degree. will ",,',...''n" the highest of. any on.hpltq Hinted. that he favor the final. any anyway, r
pictured a* they hit the show. line for their ant oral at ramp lant Sunday I ( from eat auppletnent next year ,ll be! ".200 compared to I .2iO.: m-nlor sad. n alb iioiitlt of. Stark n.'aiMiimpUiit '
In I linker .
girl .
Uiii.UorU. l ; Knppu Oaniniii l I. nil Action began with Board
left Franklin be 1842 compared to $383 this Rank II will jump to30: I Luke Oil tI.M. HO)
) Marling< B. C. Crawford. J. L. (Crawford, Robert Kelly Bobby AI... pay C'lny, anti Union Countle mi International wtimrn'a", eduriitlon .' Member'. Hmlney Mull'a. motion
and year while the Urgent supplement !'- for a beginner from $4,4.10 to whore ....t., Hhl Hioltli. hoi,
Billy 1)arnpler .
her rolli-KH rxmnl .
exitnia Hi Horl ty. which died, for lark of a sees
.* .. next year. will be 13.387 .- $&.000 up to a maximum, of pnnnlNrd' to dunat. the land.
compard to tl.B99 this 14.100. up In ilk> Bores. If nm'niMiiry. .. and to ndupt "r'II..lutlOA"s
Blanding Buzzing r Sale of Site four InjuredIn 1'h. '''',,"Ior rontemlnil. that vurnll1)0514eehnlrnl drawn up by Hupt. Casey. cat-
year.Cafeteria Much dlnruwilou last utght ling\ for .a cornpreheiiMlv' cen- .
l renter' iihoiikbo
worker' with .
a same on a salary tKineHt from .
tor with both vocntlonal and
total raise. of M.SOO with pay BUS Supervisor! L II nlbtton 2 Wrecks M aepnriitn entity float
.1 I U'"klmlo
Forces Resist Ilia.lfoiU' ltlnh Mi-hixil. and tluMi'hiMil subjects taught
from hour
ranglnn 11.35
Special per He re. ueated: a nalury of 14.- Revoked htt..Hltlnj.. .the loratlon further '
to 11.50. Bus driver will get 90AM next' year, 130 more! Over Weekend .. lUiarJ. Hiirpiliied" ( 550)W0dne..lny lloaid, Member Art Hol-

ralaea. totaling IVflOO with Increaaea than the Board at firat offered night by npparenl Itchy sold. h. had mirvcyvdperann '

ranging from 18 per him. By BCDA Two wrerka which Injured ly going ,along with John .b..L, 1\0 anal ::11lo ',

'Invaclers'-OCS Trains month to $S6. -T p pay. will Accused by. Board Mrntber four peroona, none of them( Hupt." Oiixey' monmuanly", ]! I tl 0 lu them dl,,,ltkil i going to i

continue to be Ins per month Art Holllday. of having too Reversal of I t.N' .seriously, and canard over atiinneil by I HIM Hoanl'n, *tamlhail ,,' ) In t the *am* rlanaroom ,
for &the' longest routaa.Inereaaea a declnlon to I to UIKUO' violently. *nalnal. 1 .
I damage wereI where have aJuilKhter
t2.0N( might
Pl'opt."ty they
many Jupa. the has five I. Olb- ...,1a\ two-acre era In Htarke'atnduatrlal .
Green beret and blue helmet dotted the Camp1Rlandmjr t for Janitor maintenance son told the Board If they. did park to Kmplre: d"N'I I reported this week. by the the ton. Luke Hoard alb lianilliM an well(tha) lUnip a* approving nr. sun, attending..

reservation this week a" the =-:ationalCouard'lt and repairmen. officeworkers' not think he was worth his rr.,t. of OrUn. was. wnnoun* Florid, HUhwny Patrol!. ..., "..n. Juhiu' frllolul"UI.C..y -I I realty. think It the center
140 SeniorsGet and .rl..nd Ilenda
I figure 1 a..," Ml .he. would tHfollowlnn u feeling. u' flrv."t"ll.y..r.olcl ) Hhoulit lii. awry, from thehigh
20th Special Force comprininir troop cotxtrlid flu f'tile.
; substitute\ teacher will b '' Carolyn W,,:.V of Htarke wav, .
like .to be r- pp..>liited a* a the Bradford County tUvrUipniant should. had mkllUun, \ to Itriwl l .M-himl,' Hoard Chairman, '
from Alabama Florida Louisiana. and :Mi "U"ippi. llol nn
oonatdrred at a later meeting charted l by Trooper J. M.
claaaroom t.acMtGlbooOn act Authority last work u..." t/aIS/ /HlatUnc adilnil. ., _
ford I
net operational headquarter on one aide of, the tha Board. decided after thm IU w.'hImitruper' change. of llmU *11, rag
up Diplomas :... : 4* aupeprtor, National. EdiKtitlon In an. pmnmioit' parade ground. 'hUe' the Florida Guard' annual ; hour of aoalea. lan l last. rrklity when ,he cut
f Defen. 'A<-& Coordinator clulon.. the Authority KMlif' that ."h.,"-. the vorallonal train uf ....n. JohnV, resolution.
summer OCS (Officer Candidate School ) held "away' Th. pay hike will com textboMik manager, adult left from. bi-hlnrt a send-lrlk" 'k) .. that in*
t Bounty ..1"('. the 10-dsy. opt .lot .toRmplr lam .sisal, where Ktuiliint. i-uuM, with the .Ilpsdmliun
on the other. : From BHSStrains from \"ArtIu. "'.. -lncrwa- duoaUogi. pnoaraia coordinator And not been er'iled fOontlnired On !'*"<. 'Inl l lake ailvaiitiiK. of (the. roinpr-" (renter be l>it, ..n tilt site
"bearded rene'ijtade1 tel local ad Valorem taxe. aJxopoeed and county' purchajUimgent. .. .paKtrawby/ the ".",.10'. Member
Around 650: men wru, in- realistic/ a bill and (h. (l tNl had l not Mom re- "
volved1 In both operation known only. an "1'1."i! : achool bond .issue. corded' It wan. felt that. t fiirlhrrstudy M. A. Lawson nave" the aec.uiMl. .
Jual under 500 with the Special !wads' the Inva-iinz: force and | of Pomp and' Clr%' and federal) aourcea. areordlnrto The Board wanted to payOlbaon Into tad future, use uf Dive Of Car From Viaduct Fatal ..*yliur. I 1'MM I I..* ton amaUti "

I Forcca. and ar 150 In the ha recrui'ad and trained a rurrMtanne filled the Bradford School Bupt, Tom' Casey his regular bull ..1...",. the irit*. ami I Its lmlimrl.... ( l |I..- > linnill the renter, that older
OCS. large I body. of troop who argil High School auditorium hat The tearhir pay hike" however under the new aalary aaiicdule I tentUI KhouM b. moods >it thin .and,I younger atmlent

The 20th tlFOp Airborne i well armed and anreaalve. Prkiay. nUrrt* 140 aenlor ntlll do not put with Bradford Duvalwhen for Rank I teacher on I 12:J i time' M. O. M MIII"n. Icxnlniirvoynr. : To John R. BeD; Others InjuredA NhoiiM, be kept ..,,"r.t., and
.. walked! down the alalea to receive County on a par months du J. i lu* a 1700 *UPpleyent. and I I. J. Nuvak I tint I the present' high school
--- (heir diploma. I the darting alary for. plug. M* wr month Chamber. of C'oinmvn. manager I"I litrge( ."..lIlI'h without ad-

.i Each: member of the rradu-: '' beginning teacher have Son or 1000. for mining at ate and were A pH| 01 lntnl In milk. Htaik, arrklewt. m-rurrml or .llnK aildMlonal, < problemIliill *..- .,
aF sting claa was preacnted b'l. to H.000 compared to ".&00 federal projerla up next year the MtiwlvTh and two .. 1 ,,vUclui over' W""hlnI.ur'" obj.rted un th* ground' .

m, Superintendent of Public In here. (for lIsa, MHiM-tJitendent'g. < office. '' ili-rlnlon to sell two critically. when a short dinlance frmi: hit w"<|Mrle athiMil would.

rue tlon Thomas Li. Caaey.aanUrted funk III pay In BradfoidCounty This amounted< to 16.660. but aprim. of the ln by. Supervlalnt Prln will )um, from 14 200 I OUieon then threw out his ul- park. to Kmplr for flm) nn vllln F.xpiPHHway 7 p m transieotatkn. | lyntam. Law.

clpal Connie Clark and: Senior UnMllga and th* Board rapitulaUd. I acre. ,pin I legal f'... surveys.. rail H..tur
High Principal Harland 25 Negro err ,. WN m.*.1.l several wreksago I fart f to a III re.- i iI told him h.. wan. dilvlnr, .11.,011"11, the wluiol.. would not

Sprow | I Omen *>U<1 he dldn't ak hy the Aulhorlty. ThnniHiruemvnl John Itnoeit' : '" the lowiitxxn., aiei, he lniMed.rtii ..

Oraduatlon addreaa were) Students Ask for any. of the five )job he diw vlic..roiiprntext I I killed 'Inntandy ... vliulurt.. when' ha. utrtir |"I.> Casey, than argued

preaented by. thrre memberij) now holda. but that they. were I I from. .J I M Kilwarifrof : KlllOlt I ICapl rum-tele median In Hi' "..,.."tly against naming; any

r '', glJiy of th* ctaaa. Michael Transfers last, handed doWn to him oi>*- Hrndford .In..rlnlf: | ('n. wag admitted< of the highway Mel .,....Iftft Kite Me anUI/ It would
J a hush honor << SLatrunt.\\ bJ'-' <
,. Margaret Patty .., \that he feela I'".e lone who charged l the Aiilhnllly. condition with | l and It 'r"-I, Into lh. .. I'ourae. at the high

Slianbarier both honor < | Twenty-five Negro ttudenta a pad )ob. all the way" with _|1II"a| property' at a jurlea rail. .Illuming. hint out' MhiHil. snot l the Iritlniiut. center.

q 4: of s uatea. Student Body. ..&rad.\< \ have applied for transfer to The School Hoard ,also gave low.. price. anal bringing' In a Th driver rail'I'h.. tlu-n Muliitf" on, over tli> lie mtlil v<..'.U.401 four** of- #

Mlrkey Daniwiy" gave the Welcoming white! acnoola In Bradford permlMlon. Last. night for two rnmpt-tltlv, Arm Janwa Austin fared nt the,, high' arhnol now

Addrea* and Phyllii, County under the recently' ap white ant one Ns ro teachera,| Novak mrtinml Kmpir: of of a Hlarke .. I | truck hit the paveinenl are re"|Mirw.r>le for keeping..

Haddock a high honor grailuaU ,, provedfreedom of choice' to attend all Hoard meellnga. flcliiU of I the Authority'I de.! er of the. dead l | and then craxhed. l"l many alixlinila In. at-hiMil until

& and recipient: of a Hay> i dcere atlon plan School Superintendent at the requeat of the lirA and: I I > 'mlon this/ week "Th..y .,.ibl. rtnemeriry, ( I v l..>le. mapping' II nfl I gru.hlatlyri.itodn.y. .

don Bum Srholarahlp. the,I Tom Casey told. BCTA ProfeMlonal due will ', that It war all right with I medical center, I. tli. >*... 'n,.. truck eats /Ihl) 'then moved to

Farewell Ad d lr mi. the Rotary Club Wednesday, also b<* collrcted. und-r payroll ''lm to rrnrfr on th. "" """. ..dmlt t.Ml. to I ........ amend IInlll....''.* motion by
Casey. told that four Negro deduction system next I but they Ktlll 'mlmled. l to openan IluspltalJwkwnvllls, inking nut the provlalon. for
traditional with
In a change from ." rlilv r was rharg-d
7 graduation procedure 10 high students. had applied for the year at the request|. of the operation In Mturk on an l t., maintain. rnttlml. of the ll.imptun, alb arvladdlni
12th grade at BIW. 12 for the ;1 other, alto.. Novak' .. a,,,1.1. for site| .
honora graduate with a i J 0 I. tear hem, W COrUlttn. *..! ..hlel... .pending further a request, a
k and above average for four llth trade"' ; and two for the A full story on the teachers " has. ,,(..rutlonit, In ,I II (Hell eafafird' ". I .llun fitaaitilUty. study by the Btal
; 7th grade; nine for Starke i several, North Central, r'torH.ibx'BtloM ,Jury'ts.l I, oar tbwrtkn: Tile
14 honor graduatea ar-hedule appmara I lh-it" |
and -
work. salary
year .
I I 1 111 men.. were un Uwir wet
; 4 Elementary: one for South and i I I. said to leI out of I the I amendment. died for lack uf a
with a 73 0 and above on Page I of the May :20) !Urn I
t ; j 11 I II I planning t<> IIHV. the Hliiik. offlre vUdiut, before I > to. MittIke! after upending" aerund110i11.MV
average, were recognised Instead (ConMnaed on Pete 5> Of the Telrvraph "
of a valedictorian anJ n* a central, l heiohtuertera; l> ....lit over I the disc In JsrksnnvlllrEd | .sad, In answer, to

aalutatortan I I (:...y..* gontlnufiiw. qu,,*tlon-

dPIa Other ... Included I Ij Ithen Inc. that the Hampton Lake
j I graduating arnlor who1 I Thomas Reviews I Fate "Ofr r Local Bills (Continued, on P.*. FI"el

are among- the more than 413 I
pile .f a kitty .he4. .... thrro'a ....,. oupP'OpW receiving educational '
Bradford County Representatlre Union) A bill authorizing Bradford County or any niu- Ihs Ouvvrtwir. approval i imi ln lUm.awaiting. (Joverltor | l
Non'& for thr' ,lfIHW. >..l lit ....".1. I... HamM K. HodgM nf grant from the acholarahip I REVIVALIIO.TlUtIS
A. 'J. Thomas, Jr.. Introduced punlte defender of eirhthJudicial : nklpal Utard or agency within. aarv A bill II\1.r..IO., t approval!
I the rat," ........ Hipper.. 1.a fund raJaeU at lnu-i 1 l
fan .
JArk..aylll..h. palrb a total of ;34 btlUI I I Clrrui') to defend all lh county or Ihs Mba.rlffPaaasd ele( tvr| term, of ,Iley C"Hmarnlial > III! J4,,$ A bill aul
.Mrs) Irnrher .....p !. paC Hal.ilaf ._.... m 1.1. Jam. KJnne : rural ball for Oovernor Hay- II of a local nature. ant II I Indigent persona. charged with bath' Moue. awalt- from ode u> two 10001)ommlwlaerl. horl.III.1| )

** Oat-lop. Hoik mm .,... CM"<* ".Irw-I--. don Burn In major florid > being general Mil of ..tat..Idf .- crime l Mss than rpltl and In. (krvernor'.pprnvali' \ ) I' year I Tawml forth Ilosssea. roun'y,' -..wned equipment' / furl| IIMTIST t'i11'11C11fun. !

clues )la.t January Local students .- .. < application' lurtnaT. the to accept' i nntrlbutlntia of'' Mil 111 A bill *.ul.inrllngboaid ; ,, saddle 1""tovcrnor appiov' < maintenance ami ronatructUiwf I 7 thru June 13

commands:: by Opt( Henry II Hrpothetlcany., the 20th BT C: rerrtvlnc granU of EdwardNoegel IMOeach legislative aeaakun Just entld fund from ,private aourre fur uf (.iiiinty. .Hnmta..l ln- all ray treU< a"dI> .also. .uefiulpoieiit -.. ''I I Nightly 7:30:

Cobb Jr of Btrmlniiham. Ala Oroup war alra .dy motrtlla-d were Marvin. In addition, he *tee>red to I thH ptlr1-- r Passed bothMouv er. In ply ldltioiial monthly Mil Tnn A bill pi..vkjtn4 ," upon. request< bv :, Dinner on the Grounds J
Dean Had.stn
consist of paratrooper' from and ready. for movement I 1 dork, and jr pnylll Wanda Jean Rigdon. -- passage. through the! llouae ( .. awaiting. (JOY..",..,'* comp--nailOfi. of |1II.. au. |er- for elrcll'in. <" Itwo I*.teyCtty .any |x bllc. bimrd. a erwy in'auiluirtty ''I :Sunday. June M:
.even Senate bin three of I apprvwailnil slat or regutratkon for .peru rounrll by groups ,iP*.*- In aurh' county. or -
They are the IrrvaaJon larted. Immediately .
four *tate j jAln"'rkan 'I I local I application and four of M4I A bbl auUtorlxlng ..I l January, I to (x-tottvr I II II" I, ed. (x,th MOUM. awtllinu flue ,II i atliiu'eitt eountl. 11'inafdl 1.\WTtr: ;
In their training hereby the '"&reen bereu legion Service Award -+'I I a general nature. t.btlhm"n'!! of an area _oratlonaltechnical I, I(Ml iPanM-rt both 11.I ...-. awaltlnv I ernor'a approval" I IMM .rth lliHW. **. awaiting Cfctvern- ; : '"

the 7th Spertol n rr--i mere direrUd to this am to were pxeaent.d and Mark to Hamilton Elaine'Strickland .1 i|I roBYmlne la a let of the loI ) centef In i (vernor'. aptnovallMM I 2< M A bill 1"11'" a or'. approval I IMH : D1:1'T.411:1rrlNfi: -

Oroup Abn'i from Fort Brace. enlace "Pete" and his foltow- I cal bllla Introduced and the Bradford Cnunty II>teJ In l 11111) A bill providing' eomrnlMloii' u> ttiktr .cover n- 351 I. A Mil granting

!N' C n i j i iAorord.IrW t dlepiMltlon of each: i \tonr* .dI.'lon Public i for .equal. dUtrllMlWtn. of racetrack mental unit. within Bra\ third City of H'arke Urban Kenewalauthority : :
: to Principal Connle -,I I MB 79 .* A claim bill for Hchonl Cummlltee aa did all I fii'xlo. Iw-lween, The miNion of the** men U I In an actual altuallon of Clark M of th* 140 aen- i ti'lry) J. Crew for personal similar Mil 'I'he trgUlature i b',..rrf and board. of county l in ....rwl. in add three ..I..UII'1 i both5vr00r5 7f.1: () I'.M.

to orxanue. train derelop. this kind there ouVi. be a natural Ion ha,. attod thy plan tol I I injuries sustained In an encounter passed a bill permitting! any r..mml..IOfwr.s. both mH......,* not r.eomnwnd*ad\ bv Ilastsa. ...alting (" K'veryone: In Ijiwley.Uen

t'quJJo..nd; control the !loral! bonding of the Special attend< collrtie this fall. with a Florida Mlgh1 : county lo apply for and feeelve Moua awaitl/tg. (lrernnr'sa I Chamber' uf CII""f_.. ,Ilium. ais,,,"IPIfll Urged l Tn Attend

popular ruertUa type warfare rorce" element and the local 1 I way Patrolman.' (Reported unfavorably aurh a rhoollKB I I ;?''vraw a l | rrfifcwd to roiirur In amendment j 2575 A bill a
Empnaiu :4 foruard on people! baaed on the mutual.I Ella Announce by Uou Claim I74J--A **U aulhortaJngeipendrture MH nil 'Inolnlrodijr i withI eVnate r.f.1 l to r.- )un'y' enmmlMlnrtera. t/> build
huh I Commltt.e I of county fiurdsfor .. I fC"PInte tlve lfuntlyl\ I .- A I ced. Iru vfrotn. means a now rourthouw. and toI ,
imuhtrd. "Invasion that vin to rataf the :'ji a Jon. Flag Day Service i I II +) fiB I 1401-A btu authorising. palrutne. and framing &*- l bill: creating KeytnrwrMark. I died. I I pledg* rare. t"'k fund .a. "M>-

pm gaily takan place. Por [ The Special Porcea p<. aon- Bradford County Property I tralta of E!: H Matthew and I Airport Authority, I Itm Pasted MM HH4 A bill dirertln. runty for r.rtlfir. .*te* of In- 'IhU !Space Contribute)

the play of 'he problem, an not at Blandin reque t the I Flag; hay. acrvtce will b* I _,."..,. ttianta. their agent i John .. (>ej klna. former >tt H..._. awaiting (kv- Bradford CrMjnly Hrhool Hoard derxeftn I Il's.-.l l both Weekly to Publicize

rreor foree hJ -..a<4e- M the coasts of rjorkla and haaucceaafully vtMwhrarted aupport of area I on SvuwUy, JUM 13. at 4 pro farming- to kill marauding County I trvram a law June MH 7374 A MU suth rising, .Ur Inotrurtlon **V< morv than approval l lMM

linked up due to reid a In aaatatln them In with Mayor Randal! Chitty' ,.a* I I wild arumaJa to protect their 31 Bradford County tMvelopmenl any nih. ..r employ. ''fMoonn 1J'I1. A bill .>4hort( the conduct of this much guest cpeaker RxaJtd Rota l ('1If) II. 1 Became a .tow May Ml IfH 17** A mil! au'honrlngal Authority tone.l tt OOO oo a>nal. C.-r. Mentor hfwrd orwtnir'' nee
aurprta and ounf uaton aanon needed trmlnlnc. The maneuver J It. Doyle t.n
the elvUiaji population. and clm Mat June t* tnvltatinn' to the pwMIr to attrad rreprearrt av*. 1'IrlJnA1on. I piece a !. m manufacture frrdlvMnn County. Fair. u-Uton a'...'jrNorUIn wrtiool! .board inset

To. BMk the srrJbtrtu toon the _rYk.. LanrtaMer, and Rnfxrl* of of correction to 'IP.-t: both 111_. ...n. i superintendent a pay Pass. I Continued P<<.. rtv .

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:I Plastle Notebook 2.2. at the
of Miss Cookie Mathews to I| Miss Judy Broushton/ lalIJOnd1nl' ; RECREATION NEWSLITTLE Ii
1 Mrs S. L. Peek Sr. TEI.F.Ga.P'"
r Staike, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jonesof home thin week >from Austin-;' \ "the HthveeKend In I \\in{ u -
j' t't i' ,
Gainesville, and Mrs. Roy Pray College, ClarksvUle Tenn. Hollywood. ; LEAGUE Townsend Strickland. They
: \ Ward and children of Lake She will leave Friday for the Mr. and Mra. Qaorge P. Olll Standings: Iwon-lcmtl : Law- practice at Southslde Elementary -' H

c I City will leave Tuesday for a Crescendo Twirling Camp In I Jr. of Athens Qa.,have move fey, 8-2; Johns Oil 8-3; Western : and the new softball field A

I two weeks tri.R to Williams- Lebanon Junction\ Ky. to ed to the Olll place oh Kings- Auto. 7-3; Raiford, 7-3: 01'aelr.r. Road Monday; I most beautifulchaptof l
burg; Va., Washington. 1>. C., teach twirling:' for three;: ley Lake. Mr.: Olll graduated Trlsst, S-S; Medical Aasn.. Thursday, and Friday after-

.. GLADYS'MOOT** I where they wUl visit Mrs. P. weeks. She will be' accompanied I I from tho University of Georgia 3-7; Liberty National, 2-8; noon at S p. m.TOTPLAY. Pile 1

-... F. Maguire and other points l by her !grandmother, Mrs. last week. Southern Discount 1-10. AREA I
Phone 964-0651 \ of Interest Vernon Snvuker who wlU Joy Andrews is vtsltln her Results: What a week it was for
got I
Candy Woodburn and Judy oa to West Liberty (phlo aunt, Mr.: Dan KelU ,and ion Monday, Hay 31- Westerns, Mother.. in the Tot-Area. At In your l lave stor1t:1J
Glen la several
and, Mary Broughton will a three weeks visit wltn! Auto II, Lawtey 10; liberty I times it looked as if we were\! I '
T. Wade Mrs.\ Norman Bullock and
-Jofr. and Mrs. C. I days.: (
spend the weekend at the friends and relatives. j National 11, Southern going to have to O"'trucanother' I KOCHCASH
:\11.: (. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Mrs. Sandra Hunt of Orlando F. Clark i I II Mr. tnd Mrs. Milo Selgler DI"-I :
Mrs. Paul
Miami. and
Diplomat reuoit in Mr. i count 5; Trlest 11, Ralford 12. area there were so I
tvlre, and Mr. and Mm. Freeman were weekend guests of Mr. I, I and children of the State '1 <'1
Local admittances to Bradford and children of That's I
Tues,, June 1 MedicalA participating. '
" Register Jr. and family and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins.Mra. County Hospital thin' Tenn. were visiting Mr. and I Farm are moving to Buslinell many faculties 'I' ;:, t ,
S. Johns Oil 24 what we wantour
Attended ithe McDarriel; family V. W. Strickland Jr. today ,where Me..Scltdec has I r
week, include: Austin C. Smith .orH. John Manning: laat week. i 12. used to tin fullest
Thurs. June 3-Lawtey being
Twin Ca. of Winter Park is her' I
Teiuiion Lakes visiting I Jr J. T. Pollard, William Miss Vicki Struth has ,been I'I been transferred to'the Sum- ,
Southern Discount 5
:3mt: Sunday. parents Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Robert? Ward, Kirby T. Crews, accepted 'for enrollment In the ter Corrfclj ona] Institute.! TEE1I -TIME I 1
Sat. June 5 Trlest 3 J-jhru
.. Mrs.\ Rhoda Dampier vlaitwllr Houpt from Monday to Thurs: Mrs Mildred'Sapp, John Hen Fa8hh>Institute. of Mr. and (1Mr's: Lcvon An- We are having excellent I POT
America'i Oil 0 Western Auto 8, liberty
:r/ and Mrs, Parker Dampl day. ry Doraey, Mm. Gertrude Pack- Atlanta, Ga., In ( ..I drews and,clUAen.spent Sat- ; riowis! but we always hays
National 7 Medical Assn. 6,
""nt Ponte Vedra Beach on Sun- Miss\ Margie Dowling celebrated horn James Austin Bell Jr. starting June 29. Graduate of! urday to Wednesday: of last Ralford 8.Schedule. : room for a few more now. No iniz/lM. to Solve. Nothing

Slay.U' her 16th birthday Tues- and Mrs. Volley Starling all the two-year fashion course week In''! Now .,Orleans. La that spfcool! is of t. wa tlll wily, "> t to Write. No Stamp to
Mrs. T.: O.' Foamater of day when her brother Jimmy, of Starke; William S. Terry are awarded an associate in I where they attended the graduation Thura. : have the Center op n each 'I'I Lick No Obligation. Just
June 10Medical
Dickinson, Texas was the took her, Gerrl Mooty Betsy Mrs. Janice Ruth Ciabtree,I ,ine arts degree. of their nephew. RuddtfAndiews. Saturday night from 7 to 11.' Cote In Koch Week or V11J.e .
: of her brother and Harriet Laudon Asan, vs Southern DUrount, ,
weekend Matthews
guest Bernard R. Slocomb. :Mrs John Adams U L home for I, from Tulane University Come on down.'SOFTBALL. Several Time a Day said Ot .< -- -
" end Mr. and : Beach for the 6 p. nv, Starke. Ti'lest vs Liberty "
In-law slater to day. -
Daytona Mary C. Hersey, George La- two weeks vacation from the on Monday i and attended Your FKKS!! '0&"
J:>ti-s. Rudolph Sink. Cindy Strickland Is visiting\ I Rue, of Keystone Heights; University of Georgia.' hla wedding( on Tuesday.DessertBridge National. 7-30.: Starke. LEAGUE I Ticket.
- Mrs.' Thelma :MendoraMlss aAh her grandmother. Mm. Marlon I Fil.\ June 11-Western Auto First half of men's Softball
,Mrs: Alice McOarvey of Law- Stan and Ken Scwell are A;
this I "y Raiford 6 p. m, RalfordTawtey Last Wee)( Winner
::: Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Moyer in Jacksonville I tey: Mrs. Ella Mae Rhodcn of upending&' two weeks with' theirgrandparents League has finished with
were visiting1; Mrs.'Carrie week. Hampton; Charlie C. Strand- Mr.. and Mrs. R. vs Johns Oil 7:30: Harden taking first place andFla. UNCLAIMEDCash :

Mitch and Miss Annie Darby Steve Strickland will attend bergand Andrew V. Boswellof E. Swell.:14, Lumberton,. N. C. For Mrs. SKaw Starke. Pest Control finishing' Pot NOW rqI Q k kf: ri ''Jt'
Mon., June 14 National
. school -Liberty
the Graves
on Sunday. Ray summer Mflrose; William Tomlln- ),,1 Ills Janice Vickers of ,second. Last 'week saw Fla.
JJ Mrs, Ella Nuernbergor and I for 'boys at the Admiral Far- son of Lake Butler; and L. C. BrUnswick, Go. was 'the guest Mrs. Oene Shaw and Mrs. vs 'Johns Oik 7:30.Btaike. : Pest Control beat Natural Oas. '- $75.00 '
::[u. Norma Melton[ of Staiko, '!agut Academy in St, Potera-! Smith of Palatka. of IIIss Jane Adams lust-week. F. J. Shaw entertained at Noegel'a beat Hampton and : HITERH DIAMONII4:\/ !

:and MM! Margaret Hoffman:I \yurg :text week. Mrs; Curtis C. Sanders Jr. Mr. and Mrs' J. T. Lawson, four tables of dessert bridge Tues, June IS Western I Garden beat Natural Oas and Captivating llealga
:and< Mrs :Maggta Waiie of, :::\11'. and Mrs. Keith Reeves I :has returned to her' home in son Hal. and Richard Scott! last Wednesday afternoon Auto vs Southern Discount 6 Brooker. The second half Qualify. 0tUft IUM Juafltj Easy Credit Term

-rjalfoid ,are patients in lh>c-Ialnd I| son moved to Orlando on( Spartanrburg S. C. after' ,a were in Dothan Ala.' on Sun- from two to five o'clock honoring -i p m., Starke. Trlest vs Medical I opens up Thurs, June 10 on Prescription Sorvlc asKOCB'IA

:tor's Hospital. Wednesday.LnWanzati9 r I visit with her par day visiting N. N. Stringfellow Mrs. Lamar Shaw, who Assn. 7:30.: Starke. Ral the field In Starke with a double DKCUH $39.50
lows Your Next IU Filled
M 1 pots, Mr. and Mrs. Le*!: Green; and Mr. and 'Mr*. H.. E. Grad- with her family ia moving to ford vs Lawtey 6 p. m, Law- header.WOMEN'S. I
Bill' Green, who was also home; dlcH. Hal and Richard remained Miami on July.1. i tey.Thur. SOFTBALL | KOCH'S King
has returned 'to Columbia," S. la Tallahassee Sunday to Mr. Shaw has been made ., June 17 Western/ I Choir of 14Khlte or
I if d.:where he is'' pursuing hie Tuesday with friends. assistant! \ vice-president for Auto vs Johns Oil, 7:30.: LEAGUEWe 1 I I KIIFK DELIVERY Yellow Geld Ring I> .-

I studios In ,the graduate school Mrs: H.. IA:'Chancey of Mon- the Charter Mortgage Co. of Starke. Southern Discount vs still would like to have) mond.. Enlarged to Show

for a Doctor of Philosophy de- ticello; and 'Mr. and Mrs. \V.O. Jacksonville and he will open Rulford. 6 p. m., Ralford. enough women sign up for TilE RIGHT POINT f. the Detail.
I gree C !In Chemistry from the Lambert, daughter, Ann and manage a branch officeIn Fri. June 18- Liberty National this league to have at least way yea wrlta.. Cons In an<

University\ vf Soutb, Carol, a. and 'son Henry of New Port Miami. vs Medical Ainn' 730.: four teams. So far we have select year favorite ESTER: Bullin ton's

$ Mrs. F. F. Stump and MSH! Richey were Sunday guests of During the afternoon bridge; Starke. Trlest vs Lawtey 6 p. only 19 women who have BROOK Fountain Pea. TELK

4N Lillian. : Stump spent the week- Mr. and Mr John Greene. was played and high and low m, Lawtey. signed/ up Call on us If you GnArL
end with Mr. and Mrs. John Henry will remain with hs| prizes were awarded to Mrs. LEGION BASEBALL 'I are interested and we will organize -

W. Griffin in Ochlochnee, Ga. uncle and aunt, the John Monty White and Mrs Ran- About 20 boys have been I this league. 9647441.WeeksAndrews I It

They also attended the Baccalaureate Greenes for the summer and dal Chitty. working out on Monday. Wednesday '

; and graduation of will work at Strickland's. The hostesses presented the and Thursday. We will

Miss Evelyn Thomson, Jn Mon- Landing1. honoree with a gift as a mem- have a schedule to announceIn t
tlcello on Sunday and Monday Rev. and Mrs. John Brab ento of the occasion.ThomasCower. about a week. Any boy who Mrs M"uo Andrews of

IT1e4acks nights. Jri ham,'Mrs. C. D. Williams, and !, would like to try out for the Starke and Guilford Weeks of R
I We Can
Mr. And Mrs. A. S.: E nrrl- L. H. Futch are attending the team should report at 5 p. m. Canal Point were married on

.. are among today' lion Sr. were visiting Mrs. R. Florida annual 'Methodist Con- on the days mentioned above. Tuesday, June 8, in Chipley. Paint Those Inside Drab

s. smartest sccessorits.Our colUction T. HIPs!? in Waycross, Ga.: : over ference in Lakeland thlv uk. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Olll Practice is at the High School Tin double ring ceremony was
- p In 14 karat gold Is to a the weekend. Mrs. Robert Brabham. of Gainesville of Klngaley Lake announce field, i performed by Mr Week's BOn Wall and Cabinets For

: \ uitn' UsU. 8it( packaged. Mr. and ),11'.. Jim Yost and Is staying with nee the engagement of her daughter SMALL FRY BASEBALL!'! the Rev Mr. W *kl. Less Than You Think!

- Genuine Diamonds children of Tampa were Saturday grandchildren, the John Brab. Phyllis Thomas to Myron All boys who have signed up After a week's wedding .'
-- Florentine Finish visitors of Mrs. W. E. hum family, during their ab Thomas Oower of Jackson .and. those who have not' Mr. and Mrs. Weeks! will trtP'1 a t ;IWhat

- Mlddleton and Miss Madge sence. ville. should report to Little Lea trueBaseball turn to their home at a differences]

-- $7.50 Up ;Middle ton. Mr. and Mm. Carl White -Mr. Oower graduated fromLewlsburg diamond at the Recreation Point where Mr Weeks freshly! painted wall ..
- Miss Diane Firth returned! and family of Miami were Sat Center on Thursday. the road construction busln i
High and cabinets. make in
Enlarged to show detail j- Medical School.
- EASY TERMS to the University urday overnight guest of Mr. June 17, at 2:30.: We will ss. ,I
- Center on Tuesday for further and Mra. RobMa Shallor. L Uburg. Ky., and Is employed practice for a couple of jiecki a home. Let us( how| I

: BULLIN TON'S observation and treatment. Mrs. Lucile Uavlw was in bY Stinwn& White ElectricCo. and then the 'season will, start At The Tabernacle J you our samples! of ] ,

-- the University Medical Center In Jacksonville. ., MUMMER RECREATION IJI.P paint.Joseph.
_- the first of the week for sur- Date of the wedding will\ be
Registration on June 14th i 1 Sunday services Bible I i
g.ry. announced later from 2 until 5 p. m. Anyone!| School 10 a. m. Gospel messages .

\ Rick Hood left Wednesday, 'who has not registered can 11 a. m. and 7.30: p. m. '
pecpvrchaSe for Raleigh N. C. to attend Wesleyar"CuildGives : come by that day and registerfor TUesday 7:30: p m., Bible R. Boyer
S utihool at the University
? summer Party our summer program Prophecy for the day in which Licensed' Painting Contractor-961-1382
of North Carolina
. I..J'f.I..tJ.\OU&' ; BASKUALL ,we live Friday, 7'30: .. .:t
andqQr' LCrnaa1
Mr. / : C. ; '
For Mrs. 'FarberMrs. The U just about
season Prayer Meeting
I and Mr. and Airs. R. L. Kp- ready to start for this league \Wm. T. Jackson

CABINET-SINKS' parson Sr of St. Petersburgwere Beatrice! Farber. whosemarriage The boys were dlvMd last ULI !Taint Oealer-9U..aOOl
last Friday luncheon \
to Eldon'TClmrnonn week and at present It looks FIRESTONE .
guowts of Mra. George Ander- will be an event! of Sunday tyke we will have only three RELINE: 4 WIIFF1-H Mare Jackson Mgr.

.1 1 sun.Mrs. evening was'' honored, at a teams: Food Fair, Register Oil Any Ford or (Chrvn<.. ('...rI
Effle Johns had .a party given by members of the and Larwtey. Any boy 13 to 15
THIS WEEK: : $17.95:
ALL .STEELOverSink C I Visitors Mrs. Bob McLtndon: Welcyan' 'Service Guild fol who would like to Join this I Part. Labor
and daughter and Mrs. Henry lowing 'their 'June meeting Vague should contact the Recreation
".n'r' (4.(Ml "' -
Cabinets Carter of Maxvllle O. W. .. -: \----.z- -- r3 :. -- .
Tuesday evening at the homeof Department or Coach :0--- -c' -=
ELJ; Balsden and MUa Martha Mrs. R. S. Mullln _I

. 42 In. Cabinet 14-95 Holloway of Jacksonville on The refreshment! table In the I
v ,'* ( Saturday and Mrs. Geraldine Florida room wa covered

\\ Ronlez and Mrs. Melvln Norman with an Imported lace cloth
54 In. Cabinet 17.95
of Miami on Sunday. and wa* centered with a fan-
(Mr. and Mr*. Max Furlong shaped arrangement of white FLORIDATHEATRE ; > 1
66 In. Cabinet 19.95
and children of TUtoii. aa, gladioli, chrysanthemum

ill spend the weekend with pompom and stock At om

their parents. Mr. and Mis V., end of the table! was a 'white;
V. Haicen and Mr and MTUJ. Iced wedding Cakes; topped witha

ALL METALCABINET W. Furlong./ bride and groom. Mrs Henry -
Mra. Eunice Castleberry of Godwin poured punch froma
SINKS Auburndule Is visiting the crystal bowl at the other ORIVE-/N

;tawHoji families this week. end of the table.: Showtime-Weekdays 7:00:

Complete With Fitting;' Mr. and Mm. Jimmy Haarnof Mrs. Farbr was presentedwith -- OPEN
7:15 SHOW TIME 7:45:
Oalncsvllle will spend the a silver compote from the Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00
42" Sink 69.95 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. V. Oulld member ADMISSION

V Hazen. Preceding the''party Mr. Wed. Thurs. Fri.June ADULTS 75c
,54" Sink 79.95 9, 10, 11 STUDENTS 60e
Misses Dee Walters and Ruth Frailer
%m president, con- Children Under.12 Free
66" Sink 109.95 Janet Hardy left Wednesdayto ducted the meeting where

Y attend Student Week at plans for the coming year win: i. if Wed., Thurs., Frk:.-June 9 10 11
All cabinets and sinks are madeof c RldKecrmit Baptist Assembly, were made. Miss Sue Morris VIm USJ

heavy puaife metal and have N. C. directed several games duilng '. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
.baked-on white enamel finish. I Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brook, the evening HOWTD MURDER WIfE"I
er was visiting Mr. and MrsJ \, I
TCMWCM.M-M: .-.VWTU MT1STS No. 1 No. 2
i B. Hardy on Monday and Miss Strickland |i tt
Tuesday '
rT Coin and Mrs. Fred Olennare Hostess : ...a..r.. ... _
I visiting relative in Brad- JOftJI IIAUIEII

Wall I i, mton this week. Miss Elaine Strickland entertained SATURDAY JUNE 12 fA.M'I OO wg L WAYlE+O_
at delightful
s Mrs. J. R. Hlxon and Mrs I a
Cabinets I luncheon on Wednesday hon 1 are au.s.ais...rsarrr "
Nelson Orrrn were visiting, DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNo. cI..IB"1'OCKl.
,relatives in Chattanooga,, oring Miss VlkX Struth. who eutentoMmn. ,S1011 l ws
24" Cabinet I Tenn. from Saturday to Wednesday will leave soon to attend the No. 2 arms: lMTITlil, ..., eo nas: soenrMw s.arSATURDAYJUNE
y Sf.95' Fashion Institute of AmericaIn t

Atlanta OH. and Miss Pat- .r I
I Mrs. Ruth Trttch of Las ?
30" Cabinet I Vegas Nev. is spending ten ty Blghm. who will leave : : 12
11.95 1 I days with her brotherinlawand next week for Stetson. University. I.'ft: OWlaJnrD8 /std t' '! its0 I

( sister. Mr. and Mr*. Fred .,,: ; II"Wi _.- DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMBORNroSPEED
U7jpjjijjE ';: I' :I
The luncheon table wa
16" Wan I Oraudon. Ths Oraudona aUo p, .
\ covered : w :):I".nCHNICOLOR" z.
with pale
a green I
Cabinet had a* Wednesday and Thursday
guest. Tony Manna of cloth\ and centered: with an tea.< L- 7.95 West Palm Beach. attractive arrangement of ..ov.uscor5.aanaceaonSunday _

I Mr. and Mr. Bill Hughes spring flower Tea' friends of I BIG
Down Delivers j of Atlanta da. apent the the gills enjoyed this delight
$ Any Cabinet i weekend with her grandmother. ful affair Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday BLAZING HITS--- GOUIUI "... ......
MIAS Strickland'pre.. Double Door or base.'UtiHty' Mr.. Mrs.and Pauline Mrs. Rudolph Torode. Andrews personal golng-away gilt to June 13, 14, 15, 16 I iRs ROAR ACROSS THE SCREEN!

Cabinet I of Fort Lauderdale were the honored couple a* a memento

I I last Wednesday overnight of the occastou. 1 swatllts Gtrhsts Son !lt Color./. DEVILoHWHEELS
Mrs. F W St.rfclr.lan1/ -
$5 Down i i !guest of Mr. and Mr*. L Levon
13.95 Andrews. slated, her daughter In ervtng MPRESLEyf \
Delivers 1
22" ,Wide-60" High[ \, ;I Social Studies ,
11" D ep" Any SinkWe II FIRST BAPTIST

I I CHURCH' STARKE Summer Clase. I 2

Finance Our Own Accounts--No 'tiM-No Mother-NQ' Red Tape Sermons for Sunday. June s r '
:, 13-Mornlnw: One Thing Thou" Social: studies will be offer
I I Lackest (Mark starting'Jan :91 for a per Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, WednesdayJune

W S, BADCOCK FURNITURE & APPLIANCE' Evening: That He 10n-2U'j'I.d of .l*1"weeks on Tuesday
from"t 13 14 15 16
Bring U* to God I 1 : Thursday ,
ASSOCIATE STORE to 9:30, Courses' that will be>
181.Schedule '
I I for the! week: Sun.I offered' are American History araai 41

128,S. Walnut Phone 961.2111 1 I day-Worship'' 11 a. m. and and Government. Florida: His 1 WINNER Of 3 ACADEMY AWARDSucTnO.OOIrmvw.MAvca
7:30: p. m. Sunday School., tory.. World History and Clv- Aauar'Gaghfu i f1'W4f
HUME OWNED AND. OPERATED BY M., N.' (Dud) YAUN 9-4S: '0.. m. Training. Union. ics. HUh-jwhoul credit will be its res.s.o ae CJFOM nr.yjnl(

,o.u.r.Secondr Floor Is Pilled To Capacity With Tremendous Bargains In 8:15: p. m Wednesday' Prayer I I given for these Mara: Classes arhoolstudents r HOW' THE WEST WAS WON"I
are open to high Show Time 3:00 P.M.
Meeting. :
All Kipd! of !.Home IU'DUureome See l I! 7pm. I and adults. David I
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I a Farewell SupperFor II Carolyn Vickers I ed at point; of interest In the I Guests were greeted by the I Jean Vickers.

party rooms The serving table receiving hne composed of The hostesses presented(f'e1i'IJ

ar Mild Seiglers Is Honoree In the Florida room was cov- Mrs Denmark, the honoree. honoree with a silver tray as

'At Here eted with a 'white damask,;] her mother.!' Mrs J. )M Vlckers. a memento of the occasion. -
Members. Mark1
or SU cloth and was centered with ana! Mrs illadeA3lstlng One hundred guests Were

Episcopal Church entertained Ml&s Carolyn Vickers an arrangement, of yellow : In serving and invited to call between the

GLADYS aiOOTY\ with a 'covered dish suppe'. Bruns*Ick, 01brlde'l'l.ct.. chrysanthemum and blue eating for the! guents! were hours eight to nine-thirty. -
last Friday night at the.ParIsh curiuitlons Mr H 11 Ailanu Mrs! Charles. !' Dai'by. Mrs ': -
was" honored- at a lovely party
Phone 9A4-OR51 House honoring' 'Mr. an presided, lit !rite sllvi-r/ ,roffi-p I I\, tli orgo Roberts Jr Mr: J R
Tuesday evening given by Mis.T ,,
Mrs. Mild"" Settler and thil' H. SUile and Mrs S. O. service!: at one end uf Ute ublsniui j WIll1wllllht.Irs! O. L lI.&Y'\\ 1'I11S: KIUIIT zH/KN f"comer
family who are moving t( \ Mlssp\ Jane A J iius uu : lies: Jr. Mrs Clyde TirwllloKUI say yea write. Come In and
F- 'Mrs. Denmark at thj home of thelatter :
1 Houpt Hostess Bushnrll.The on E Call Street.Arr'.ngrmenta JanlcVUkrrs: poui d punch:: Mrs. Vinon!, Sllcox. :Mrs fleet your la.orile. tsTKHailOOK !; ; ,

For Woman's Club Parish house was decorated of magnolia: from crystal bowl I al th Clydit Sll1c L1r. Joyce Denmark -I< .Fountain Pen.. 1ELJEORAPII -

with greenery and sprint? other end! I Evelyn SlncUlr. anj
Workshops flowers for the occasion. Th- blossoms and roses: were plac

buffet table was overlaid wit

Mrs. C. J. Houpt newly a white lace cloth and centered T

elected president: of the Starke with an arrangement o'dnk SALE ENDSSATURDAY
k Woman's Club. held work- hydrangeas and doubl-
shop at beautifully appointed English white daisied In .> ,I

t luncheon meetings at her antique lh>er' soup tureen. I k ,

home on N. Walnut street last most delectable supper wa-

week.More served after which Rev. R. E Big Savings
meetings' with other MacBlaln expressed the (egrets -
Martha Sue BriceIs Prevatt-Cowart
chairmen are being plannedfor of an those present a' I / Throughout.

the near future. Extensive EngagedMr. the loss of the Selgler familyMr. Mrs. Leonard Prevatt of / I
plans hive: been made:! for the Srlgler was a, memberof The Store!
Lawtey announces the engagement
coming year and all membersare and Mrs. Hewitt H the Vestry. and Mrs. Selgler :
and ar.-oachlnatnarrl..e
urged to lend their fuU Brice of Lawtey announce !.be' was one of the organist o' -
of her daughter8onnle Buy
I: ,.., '., cooperation In a'l'1 activities. engagement and approaching the church. The entire family Virginia to James I
I Following Is the club calen- marriage of their daughter was most active in church ,
Floyd son of Mr. and
,c :1tJ. .J. ry t i '' :far for social: and finance Martha Sue to J. W. Thorn is. work and will be greatly mlad- Now
:": ::; s Mrs. Moyd:! Cowart of Starke fI'
--; I"" ..u\ -. ... era: s.. programs far the year: Sept. son of Mr and Mrs. M. J. ed. Mr. Selgler expressed! the The wedding will take place :
30- covered dish supper and Thomas of Starke. appreciation of his family Tot FOR
ror1d.,. June 39.
In the Clay
Sara Jo SprowTo program for Junior and Senior The wedding will take place the wonderful courtesy: ex', Hill Baptist'' Church at 8:30: 100% DACRONNOIRON

\Ved In August club members and husbands! I at 8 p. m. Friday July 16. In tended them p. m. Allfriends,, and relatives I
in a "Oet Acquainted Hour. the Evergreen: Baptist Church.! Mrs. Kenneth adder wa' are Invited to attend. Fother"si t

Mr. and Mrs Harhtnd A. OCt.. 10. a reception honoringthe I All friends and relatives of chairman of the affair.' 8h'

Sprow of Keystone Heights I teachers from 3:30: to 5 p. the couple are Invited to at- was assisted' by Mrs Oeorg* Annual Picnic i Dayland .w
announce the engagement of m.: Oct. 27. a game-luncheon tenJ.The:! Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DRESS SHIRTS

their daughter, Sara Jo to from 10am. and luncheon at bride-elect Is a memberof Thomas and Mrs. J. W Enjoyed By UDC; I
Ernest F. J. Craets sun of[ 12:30: p. m. A program "FashI the 1969 graduating class Klncald.

Mr. and 1011''. Ernest F. ( ton In Flowers"\ will be feat- of Bradford High School. Mr Officers Named I

Graetz of Sarasota. ured bv James Burns. an out- Thomas graduated from BH9 Spengler Home W. T. Weeks UnIted Save! 3.99 VALUE!
Miss Sprow graduated from standing designer of Jackson j In 19tH and Is new employedwith chapter -
and Scene of 56thAnniversary Daughters of the Confederacy. Nver need, HrenTne., Ret eves s feu K-ssl
vl'le Nov. 18. Bazaar M.
Bradford County High Schoolin : McMillan Surveyor 25
.- held its annual pic-trio Popular white site itrpd( pNun..
and attended St. Johns noon dinner; Dec. 8. Christmas in Starke. I
I960 < Wednesday June 2, at thej Sn.s. *b (elUr. Sias.> 14ft' te I 17. Save
River Junior College. She tea honoring Junior Club \/ eneuaK en (sundry kllli te sever the
graduated from St. Vincent's and new members; Feb. 10. Graduation Party Major and Mrs. V, J. Spent W KlngBley, B. Mundy Lake where home summer of Mrs II! + "e- A A soil el fhoie I One thMtl,

Hospital, School of Medical luncheon honoring Senior ler entertained .t. a delightful
flowers were used t In tecorat
Technology In 1963. I Citizens and members of the For Judy McRaeMr. buffet dinner Saturday. eve ,
lag for the occasion. The,
Mr. Graets graduated from club: March 24. Pageant ning' at their ''home on N. with MEN'S 'KOftATROIT
buffet table was covered
and Mr. Julian McRae
Sarasota High School in 1839. TJtUe Miss Bradford Coun Broadway Street honoring Major -
entertained at a pink linen cloth and. cartered -
and from the University of ty," at 8 p. m.Interesting a graduation Spencler'a parents Mr No-Iron Slacks
with arramreftett
an of1 I
Florida with a BEE: degreeIn monthly programs I. party for their daughter, Judy and Mrs. R. U Spongier of 8t: .
last pink and blue hvdriqeas.Following !! .
1964. He U now In graduate are being planned and Wednesday evening in Aufuatlne. on their 56th wedding .
the backyard of their home luncheon!: Mrs. 'i
school with plans to gradual I the club members have muchto : anniversary. E. I 1C. rerrymnn r OUR
with a master's degree in electrical look forward to In the Saratoga Heights.A Th. buffet table and th. T. conducted the business session" REG. $5.
hamburger fry was enjoyed
196S. engineering in April months to come.Auxiliary ,by the U graduates attending shaped with dining lace tabl.cloths were over covered Mrs i. A. Davis, rl'al..trar.1ra'Orted 5.99
I II ( three new membersfor ;
The wedding will be.n]I ;. pink linen. The main dining '.
I event of late August in Holy' NoticeSt. The McRaesi were assistedby table was centered with an attractive ( the year: Mrs. W. a. 8Ia'h.1 I 4' ,..-....! ,Kerelrea. Stfeeeia teese

Trinity EpUcop l Church, Mra. McRae's mother. )frs. anniversary cake, decorated Mrs. Elate Sumlemon. and y b, t ar the *,..... ,.... ifcsip" even. .....
Marks Auxiliary wiltm..t K. E. BltgooJ of nope< Valley with and while Mrs. W. H. Noliman.Mrs. !: .eu...tI... ..,Mn.... (0% Fertr.l
Gainesville. Jun. 14. at pink J. E. Wilson and Mrs. boy ........ IU, .t. eHv* ee astursl >
Monday R. I.. Mr. and Mra. James Mc rosebuds, and standing on a .
.' Ruby Johns were elected as!. l1' In .b.. 29 te 41.
7:3O p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rae and Marvin Brown.I silver pedestal cake stand. .
delegates to stttml the UI>C .
George Winkles I I .... N. Khakis AMCottoa. Sixteen fueeU enjoyed this Convention'' in Palm Bench, I
Plastic Notebooks- 12.20 at the *r Weal. delightful affair.
) Bring .. T. Oct.. 9-8. M... Mnmlv anti Mrs. !I!
Telegraph. egrs. ''
--- J. >Klncald! wine eoc: : ; alternates '- I' Pre SeasoE SAW WOMMS SUMMER
Starke Students

: Mrs. Mundy p-eeented Mrs GENUINEMohair
In Dance RecitalBarbara Maude Fieldsna .le for menberahlp. .- DRESSES

32 New Cars Trucks Popped P"Mllt.f and Mrs J. K.: Wilson: 'I I 1 .

AND her dance etudenta in thai- Mrs. U A. Davis, Mrs\ J,. Oilman :> \- I' Sweaters' \
and Mrs. J M Mlchellwere : |
Annual Review .on Monday
evening in the Nathan B. For. recogrtU:( l as. real ., VALUES

... School auditorium daughters of the Confederacy 5 369
ATTerwillegar rest High TO 5.99
:1 Jacksonville.The Mrs. Mundy, chairman of 1 $10

Btarke the nominating'' committee, .
students appeared VALUE -
I ,on the program along with presented the". ''foUuvriiis; shift 1 y 0._..'e..1. ..ff_ ...... fy ,
MotorsARE the Jacksonville students pfotacenr for the coming ..Hens. A/K.'i.' III'I e s p
year{. presiileot. Mrs. R.: K. C.rJIp..hJ. alit. V-SM. .hsmbr.y..nwb.rr uI.
Those' from Btarke appearingIn Psrrymanlhst! ', 11I..11."... .,,1. bend embrel-" Jfl, t ethM1 fine ..,. ,.",1./ ..
/ esty
the -"rndian village"' besetwere 1eIr Lester 1aa-pre.M.nt'l ...r.''W frent lent/ ...... ( tf.fJt C III sleevel I hert'' .114! ,
Crews secondepreahleDt.
I : Peggy Uugg-. Ton"* ; M..01. sad. II.. fretM eelfTl.VM. $ 11./ .*.!_ ttyles., '..,t., |K* '
DlKon. Cathy htchcock. Vicky \ Mrs. J. K.: Wilson / en. SJ_ I. M. U UlJVi l I.f., ..1_' sne1.. M eI.... rw.
r ecretsry., Miss Madge df:
PuttR n. OUv' Ass BtulyUorU .
MMdleton Mrs II
Ann 'I8ps'jr.ler. Pats; tressurtr.
HltraeotLynn' Jordan" ; 'Caf U Spar, historian Mrs. U a I

Tonxle. Sally T rod., ,Uebbt 'dwell; recorder of rrossss?. Foam-Life PILLOWS 3.99 CHENILLE BEDSPREADS
8huf.wd'an4 Patsy Hrtcheork Mrs Bertha Pearce r'a..trar,1 j j4rs y

p The aame Starketudea& ':rs.. U.Walla A U"I"1.llqvls chaplain:The of. I 2i.ItJ f fesmskell Thlil, vlwe.e d dr

also presented tap 'and tee leers .wise ......",nlou.I, elect, I I 1111.4 Ivais,. ......
number. In the Review.FarberKimmons. eeL ., .t with leftikree'e'se' $ tllul wile'' ...4 l

c This Weekend Mrs. Perryman sppolntedMrs .I I t P fi Icon. frinleJeever. 2i 3 e. a ....hlls.Meeklae. 333

Nollmsn .assistant. hlMtoran. .. J .r
: At the conclusion' of the Rr
Mrs Beatrice tlhelp" Fart: ii..ln-'ss meeting, the hlatoran. r l,, I _
of Starke and Kldort' Klmmoru .
Mrs. Powell! gave an Inlerestlntf WASH CLOTHS
of Lake Geneva will be united '
article about Jeffersim 10,0.$1
In marriage. Sunday eveningat I.". whose.. birthday wa4funs '' 1S. VALUIGIRL'S
g.0 o'clock In the First .
\ 3.ffl.
Methodist Church following
Nollmsn. chairman of
the evening service. riouthrrn poetry and music. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. To
gave a few of her origins! WOMEN'S LIATHIR LIKE
rod will entertain at a r. PIECE
: ceptkm for the couple at their HOUSESHiOESWOMEN'S
Twenty-one member. and w

I home on Brownlee after the Hoed immediately three visitors were present to Jamaica SETS t.,, Ya1.1C.MwM/
10aDWfLR( enjoy this luncheon" and business .
All friends\ of the t' meeting, .W. ;

Invited to attend. I-'..
C .....,

I After Graduation Thomas Family REG. 144 9I
IS UKE SPRING FEVER Party For SeniorsThe Reunion June 20 139 'S.

het Has led bueltten The William and 14,111.4 CHILI'REN'S' SHOES
fancy The BJ13 gradual
S Wilson Thomas IU '
America the highest in &; tickle tM pedal were honored at art "...ter union will b. held.Family. at B.ulahUipttst ._ .. ....... .kh. .. e.r.. ._

you? Do s Ie wMhyOu pst.nyt graduation" party last Today: Church. on State Ituttd e.e.4' M a/ahln4, .."- M.., )

Mustang? Do your ear'qui.tnsst trntito I1 I/ night at New Klngtley Beach 11 1 {My County) on Fathers lea Myl.i ant. eel"1 ....., ..Jt$2" .

a GatazN'e incr.dahle Usti given by the senior cJ.r. Dsyr June :20 ........ 1//_ I ,I. 14. ,
Ford De. ents. 145.1 ..t/ set let evey Mr ti
ae. your The anneal l mating wUI begin
r \
The cls4 motorcade was
at It a m with morning
I given a police escort from the
woratttp services, followed by -
Now A T school to the resort at mld- dinner on the grounds at 1 1

night where dancing ....'9fto pot The rrgalar business CHILDREN'S PLAY SHORTS Women's Summer. Handbags

.. FpRD loved to music& provided by meeting of the organisation

The 8oa1alnUi 4 p: m. Swimming wU( be held during the after S0rd color fwlltt durably> IsiloreJ. J

and<< a buffet supper was .woos Fvl cut, washable Boar ityles. Si.; .. 3' $1 1110. 258 m 388
DEIILER'S wee sk o entered All faintly <-onnsctlons: and 2tol. 1" 4,"
; At 4 o'clock the 130 students Interseted friends are cordially t

went to the flouthatd invMed. 1

LGiw Ss0 L o..r aw*, Bementsry: Cafeteria when
they were served breakfast ClubOfficers
prepared by the senior Junior $
ents. par Meeting > a1''. VALUE f 100% nylon with "front shadow IKnelj, covered $1 1

I I Snort tUevei with crew neck, Bold stripe) 2 0peHems. $1 eU,ti. weUtbend Metchn/ >] ny,\to loco trim.

Y Bible Club Closes The Junior Woman's Club Sins 4 t to I 12. R White; end high ....d... Sites S. I l\t. L. ..i
I, of Starke will hold a meetingof 1
For SummerThe outgoing officers and committee

chairmen and Incoming MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Women's Panties
Children's BlUe Club of/leers: arid chairmen at F

sponsored by the Ooapet Tabernacle -. I p. m Thundsy June 10. at W.." '" -.... Decree .M coon blends/ tn Gaorcateed 1 Fell/ r.." ; 3 0 $$1

ww.r held I Its .cloein meeting the horn of Mr Eve Baldwin, Ivy or contine>n el' ..,1... Il.d. bei-je, oIi"., 2 wbC $....itl..d acetefe tricot; rwip/oof. .
for the season Tuesday .. White color\ .
I Ml E. .Call! St. Snes 2? to 4Z.MEH'S. Hollywood and a
afternoon. Th teacher, ,Mrs purpose\ of the meeting .Is to S I.. So '10. :
Charles Ohrtr. presented each exchange leas' concerning t

member with a. Testament.andPaekn the eomJna: club year It U Important -
*. while the sponsors that all officers and MEN'S. BOYS' CRfjiW!

awarded gifts for attendance thslrnwn attend. RIO. i ris. MS j 1

and memory work, Re (. 39c Pine combed cotton with ttrfoed top p A
Mrs., Ohrtc WM presented rorrr wDar Heavy Duty IOO' f,('ml>ed Cotton \ 3 $1
t a. with THE ninirr fM 28 tn white or colon./ Boy* size 2 1 tIO' &iI
a travellinc gift for beesummer "
.\..Inr"ndIn l '
trip.Classes see write C- Ie and .. I '/,; men" a 10 to I II. ] _
Summer Newest Colons
select peer fs ertte EBTTK-
wUI1I'MUlJJe) tn Brp'
Umber. BROOK revaUta Fern Tti-t- HIU1t 10 (to 1.1:


J i

JO'B MTU. 19 S

A 901-2771! and it will bo, I own. CAIID OK THANKS
d pastoral training pro' Legion Baseball II Lawtey Council 1 war you write. Come in and
He-fore coming to the Heil vlilrd. "Wait until we see how! select favorite ES'&EB-
I I wish to thank my many your
bronn Church, Rev. Todd Will The Heilbronn Church la lo, much we can raise by oursel- I l
{ 1)p SeasonIn friends for their kind thought, BROOK Fonntafo Pen. TELE-
pastor of the Darlington Baptist rated five miles] from Starke Opens Eyes Expense yes before we ask for any :
... cardM, and flowers, and appreciation &Aru.
Chinch in Northwest Florida n 16. }*- specific- amount, he told the
Highway / !
1 for three )'ears. He has Gainesville I re 'R teP tV'rr Of Fire Dept. | vouncil. 'I and doctors to the during hospital my recent staff I-

/also hnd Intensive training: in I i 'Chairman Dave Shuford said Watt
Cards AndersonFIRESTONE
Lost 11 In ens. Mrs. Alice
song leading and choir con- American Legion llamon:)j I Standing firm on a refusalto ,, the city will have to know before -
ducting in the music Held | play la under way this after !give complete support, to !' budget is made up In "LIVINGWORDS"
Rev' and Mis Todd moved' Provide Clue noon ,(Thursday when Post a Volunteer Fire Departmentuntil I September The council then I
Into the paBtor's home at the I OOD\Cta a local town team In''I given the exact amountof i! asked. Dorko to have a speI I

= I church on May 13. They have InB&E an exhibition game, but will the city's commitment is I clfla\ proposal "by the meeting !See I'" ForteI3I i I \

L one son, also a licensed min begin In earnest tomorrow at : known, Lawtey's City Souncil :' :text :'nonth.The I II' i T TIRE nl'I I ;!

later, who/ has been attending I 1 A dropped: packet of busl- 7:30 pm. with a contest with, proved Tuesday night to be, a tire department has Its I In The ,tree' June 13

Howard College in Birmingham 1 i ness cards led to the arrest dalneavlllla. prudent body I' first meeting set for Monday. BK.HT I'llICK. thruJune

Ala ', Wednesday morning of Morris No charge will be made forth "That's the main thing, the June 14, at 1:30: p,m., when It BENT Jt'ALITY,

ricv. Todd la the son of the' Nuzwoith, 32, '011 charges of exhibition. same Next coat, but I don't guess you're hopes to come up with Home MORE; MILKY l : :' ,18
late Professor li. A. Todd and breaking and entering and the week the Pout 63/ squad is that far along; yet," Mayor fund raising Ideas. at
Mrs. Todd of Dothan, Ala, HI*' theft of $180 dollars( from a'' schxtuled to ploy the Florida Charles Shuford told Mr. and i In other action: ',
wife is the daughter of li.I VV.Cutlege locked drawer In the office of I State Prison team on Thurs. Miw. Joe Dorko backers and, ''The council accepted l tho I' 6:55 a.m. Sundays

and the Ute Mrs Gul- Dr. P. O. Feloa on W. Call day, June 17. and go to Gain-. organizers of the newly or-, resignation of Councilman O. '
'I I
lege of Midland City, Ala Street The theft occurred eaviLI Friday, ;', tlka/' t' A Ar ganized tire department. The E. Pearson 'who Is moving to I I ana

The new pastor has exprus- |i sometime between closing time I Starting) line up this! week. f"Y5J Y/" council. did, however agree to" Gainesville. A replacement, to eri3t 6:25. .Weekdays
I aed satisfaction with hit van- of the doctor's Oft1ce,Tu lIday end will probably be Dale '., ....r.1.. ,' ) >\'0 request a 2.00O gallon tanker, be named at theuly meeting .-. 14 1r..1 .- '
New PastorAt torate here and states that I I I Crosby, first base; Emmett ': t;.. truck from the Florida Forest. must be appointed by the I with
I I' afternoon, and Its rsopenUm ; ._'.;:.:.... ....... ... ..,
Heilbronn he la looking forward to a Wednesday morning. Akrldge, shortstop; Greg Reddish 5 P M1- ,. "-11' Service as the clty'a Ant I mayor with the councils up-: TV Hev. Julian A. Parker

long and successful ministry The theft was reported to .",third base; tail, Sand .BLALOCKThanks l piece of fire fighting equipment provt.1.. I rRentals' Jr.
Baptist Church Bradford County. and later Deputy erson left field; Gary Cole, Councilman Robert Scott I
I city ,
Vacation Bible ttrhnol I Sheriff police Russell Redding was center field; Gary 3 ment, PatronsCharles Dorko asked the council for'!:I flukedwhy the holdup on the I 1 Pastor of the First
Rer. Aubrey C. 'Todd has The HeUbronn Church will financial assistance In
second base, Jim Godwin, provid- Negro playground. He was: Advent Christian
called to the scene.: Redding
accepted a unanimous call to hold Its Vacation Bible School j I said that a plastic folder containing right field, and Charles Howell BlalocK, manager of ing insurance for the volun- told by Chairman Shuford Church in Lake City
of the Heil
become pastor from June 14 through the several business cards. pitcher. There "are 18 the local Food Fair Store. teer firemen and for a shelter that the city has been unableto
bronn Baptist Church. Befoieentering I 19th, with clll>l ell from 6 to boys out foe. the ''1ua<1., wishes to take thl opportune to house the truck when it in have the land offered for on
with Nazworth's name
the ministry, he was i 0 I each evening.. All parents; City Recreation UUector people'Starke of acquired. the playground surveyed. Clerk
on them was found on the 4ty to thank in the jewelry buaineaa In
i are invited to enroll their John Manntnir/ Is the team and surrounding area) "We want some financial Ethel Reddish who said she POWERFULCHANNEL
of the doctor's office,
Ala. until 1009. Entering floor ; :
Institute I chlldl'en.) Nazworth was taken Into Coach.and Al Crosby la man- for theIr patronage and help,, but the city is not ex- has made "about SO phone
the Baptist Bible
Registration will ba held has pected to assume all the financial calls" to Surveyor Wayne
ager. Charles Schaefer friendship during the 3''.
home. and i
in Graceville, Flu., in custody at hU ,
Saturday, June 12, at 3 o'clock been appointed Fourth District years. that he has managedFood responsibility for the de- Chance, was Instructed to keep I'II EmersonDahmer's 12WFGATV
Bradford County
1961, he completed a four 'followed lodged: In} ," Dorko told the '
by a parade. Those partment
the American trying.
of Fair
Chairman here
;year course, majoring In theology jail. Warrant! were sworn out
not (having transportation are Baseball Program.. The "I have from Food council. The main three II
of Legion resigned
him, with counts
education and
religious charging
I asked to uiiU thai: pastor at grand larceny, and breaking Fouith District"; includes Ala- Fair, and my services!. will ex. obstacles the fledgling hurdle department the- W. C. T. U..T.\J

I I I and entering with. Intent to chua Marlon:, Union,, and plre on Saturday, June 12 at mUlCt are I JACKSONVILLE
,I Ball Bradford Counties which time I will be replacedby shelter, insurance on the truck "TIIK \MII.V ,\. II J 112 F. Call Ph. !9F'1.1771McCrary's\ !
commit grand larceny. \1.
and firemen and eventually a WOE Lh ALTER M\NV
baseball Mr. F. C. Pearce of Live
at $1,500 each The Junior Legion ,
set on
AMDULANCE SERVICE program Is sponsored by the Oak Fla.." Blalock raid. "I well for a water supply/ FAMILY. -
I charge, Dorko told the council Tuesday (Sf.NSIIINK"' 10: \ZI:%El
American Legion and the Ford personally hope that Mr.
PHONE 964.2600 Narworth: formerly of'Putt
that the well would haveto
Hall released on pa* Motor Company., Clyde Tar Pearce will receive the same Fish & Produce Mkt.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home role nam from,the was State Frlson a- wlllegar, local Ford,Dealer !Is friendly welcome that t re. be poetponwl fur a whileuntll'
Is Its
the department on
RporuorUlj thStaika. Post 56 oelved when I came to Starke,
DeWItt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director bout a month ago where he and that you will continue feet" He aim told the council Walnut and lirownlee Streets
was serving\ time on two concurrent team. ft le
that the department goingto
Stark Ho.
loyal patronage and co-
sentences for armed "We are (grateful to the local try to raise funds! on Its
RENTAL, SERVICES robbery one in Marlon County Ford agency tot helping with operation."I WEEKEND SPECIALS
and another In Dural this youth pl'cnra.p1 which affords have accepted a po.litlonIn
Hospital Beds Wheel Chain, Cntc.... another Held and will assume I
County i < the only opportunity for
For the past several weeks I[ ate to play baseball lima In duties after taking a IInndshelled Canteloupes

he had managed an electricalshop : the summer" Post Commander short vacation." I HOUSEHOLD-- I I Peas, lb. SOc 2 for. 25c
that recently opened In George! Pierce said. PESTS Charley

CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONS Staike. Services Held D/Nereeel.e I Uutte.-- Cukes, ea. 5c
.Recent, Births V un55ee.Py E. beans, Ib 60c

Annuals AvailableAt For Mrs. Steadman ;, V ulaleIIMy Joh.ns Squash lb. lOc
DI'adtol'Ci'"county .Y 54..55CSryieg ,
Hospital In South Carolina I Okra, lb. 29c
.NOW. Junior High: announces the following I! ._

S I The Bradford High; School birth Mr.:and Mrs. Ralph Jerome Mrs Ellen Davis Steadman, I ibout this question!! : I Corn, doz. 40c Eggs, 3 dz. $1.

Annual Staff has approxiniately I 82 of Starke died' last Satan ,
I 100 yearbooks let to Dxrley Marla ,Dianne Starke., June a daughter 4. / day at the home of her son, "I finally have a new outboard Peas, lb. ISc Fordhooks, lb. 19c
ElectricBuy eel(. Rev. Weldon W Johnson afi 1 motor boat and!
.; I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Raymond
.. They may be purchased at I EgteSrJr,, Hampton, a ter a lingering Ulnex ,i', rY trailer. I won't take it out White & Colored flutter Vine-ripe
the Junior. High office from Mr, Stendmnn wait born I In',i
Bernndetta Soto between the son, Oscar Raymond Estes III Asheville N. C on Jan. 18. of the driveway without beans, lb. 19c Tomatoes, lb. 15c
I' 5. I insurance.! Does the Charley --
June 1883. She had made her home
:Top Quality and Service hours of 9 am. and noon and I '
from 1 to 3 p.m. any weekday Mr and Mrs. William Leon with her son for the pat 111 i Phone E. Johns! Agency have

or at the Annual Staff,; Austin Lake Oeneva, a daughter months, She wan a Baptlnt. .'. a policy t that rovers theft FISH -

Room (A-2)) The price IK SV Luna Cherrlne. June 7, Surviving besides. her eon: or damage of this equipment -
GEO. W. BROWN I I Mi' and. Mrs. James Calvin are three daughture: Mre Flo- 964-3965 plus liability for
TilE RIGHT POINT fer the i Reames. Starke, a son,, James, ra Ferrlna of Hyattnvllle, Md;', damage in Smoked Mullet, lb. 60c
property or
226 S. Walnut ''I'hone" 969-1121 war you,.?Ite.: Come I I. and pnvtd.'June 9' Mr. Ethel 4Htnaon' } of .Sp rtanburjr. .. "' jury ber.. *
toCharley t :
SfJirke. Florida I _led row favorite KSTEJl- Mr and Mrs Mitchell Ora.' S. 0.: *n
BROOK founUJn& pea TEXE- dv Crawford Lawtey, a rotta Sherbert of Atlanta, U*, !' "est E. Johns

Telegraph. I It j I daughter Becky Lynn June 2, Aim surviving are eight grandchildren : Fresh Mullet, lb. 29c
Mr and Mrs. Robert Earl and 11 teat-grand I

$(Sl'oUlthto Gainesville, adaughter. children. I a 23 Agency

WHY PAY &roi1TIBUV Thelau Uarle, June Funeral and Inter-1 % 131 S. Walnut St. We Dress All Orders Free!
3. ment wore held In /
PHONE 964-0201
_ Mr and Mrs. James Monroe burg. HeWitt C. Jones/Ipartlln.\\ .- '
Hlgfrinbotham.! Lawtey, a Home wan In charge --- -- -

i ONE ,GET ONEPAINTS dRUShter, LorrU Anne June 3 arrangement

Francis explained that children
Head Start' I enrolled In Head Start

F'E'E will be provided medical examinations -

and treatment|
within limits Field tripe will.
Registrations be taken during the eight LIVING ROOM

week period, and a well-balan
coo lunch will be provided at
M uCwr.wt Are SoughtProject t noon without cost. Hours will

be from 9am, to 3 p. m.

I daily Monday through Friday
Head Start has been. "Children attending will be

tOIL BASf W ROOF AND BARN RED INTERIOR LATEX "'J' approved for Bradford County I introduced to a variety of ---
PAINT WALL PAINTS and will get under WRY Monday I school actlv\tlesthut will
COMTAINt. TMMIMKMW k ni taunt tlncituxT S .n.ifMr i 111115. at Static Elementary and I broaden their experiences. Increase -

.IN HI W.TOM o TM lIMliy. AN. COVHM1CAMM WAIMU >H, RJE: scltool, Charles f'ran1l'ls.1dlrl"Ctol' thinking gkllls. Improve
NIP NIM155 .YlaN. .. PAIN. ? '
PAN, .51.515115A.5 of the program,. announced their ability to communicate
_l" all CIIANINI,. S 555555 11.51 N*. MIHTV 1.' 0555 yesterday.H with others guide them to

.r-l"'G .nu M COYSAASS 1,1 6 15 s.Ksa55Me'b zwsaa.4- descilbed.Hcad: : Start as practice health and safety -- =
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1. < aA < "an clght-werk PI'e- ehool'' rules assist in developiruc good
551UI. 11-555155 I. I | .V. eLl....... -
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M5.n1Ir.} win WATM. M*. AM* program. designed to live children work habits and similar educational -
Pal0T5I15I555. '
\.- M 0 :._':.M,MITALMAMMftT MTlll.M .Man, '.IK",.. nc _J r.. sir.rC& without cost, a summer experiences." Francis
lUNPACU, KW: program which! should Improve aid, .
/ their opportunities of doing "'nUt only goal of Project .. /
IVIIY well In :school wlien they en- Head Start U to help children 1 Yli \ I
$698'2: FREE $498'2 FREE $6982WL. FREEONE .
'"'GAL. ter the first grade have a bitter chance to succeed -

OPf'.1'atlQ1It'J.d\ Start U financed In school," he added.

TRIM AND DECK SPECIAL QUART PRICES COAT largely with Federal Parent who wish to enroll i I, li

ENAMELIWILT LATIX INTERIOR WALL PAINT funds 190 per cent), At pre, their children in this program: '
MMHflNIIH ..IOMMIST 2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE NO bent It Is ,a "one-dhot pro may use the form printed below -
; ....MIPIAINI, .NS55NNdN. gram" Oefnff tried on an experimental This should be filled out .o, \
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MMT(."' .. TRIM AND DICK 2 ron'024 .- "'01"0 KWIC basis this summerto I and returned! at once as the -- --
555AIYj ENAMEL AMD determine its efteotlveneu. starts Monday.\ Il
111MITI program I
UP ;;9 .IN :: 1.

UCRIwf.....eur, ., SlMI-CLOSl 5 :;PAINTS'' _. lt M'
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.. 'IITII// 0 NI.n.14wa *> \ 15 WITS.511S 1011.5.S ...: i o
t ,
.. J .,"Ml M 1MTMIO. *, PREMIUM HIGH O .0:299 r.c: : :%..- ChUJ'4 name -.________ )\
... Mewl aiMiM. 15.r,5t11 AM"" GLOSS ALSO ENAMEL QUARTI O*' OTM1KINTIIIIOI KA55, l1G I i \1

AND IXTIIIM PAINTS Date of Birth_ 4", I Ij .

$698.. 2.1iGAL FREE BUY 2 AND SAVE $898 tVIRT, L. Roost *tlk foom.'.Vow vow ran &U I
j\mfrifo. tttiriti, elosl-afronerd
r j Addr s:*-______.- Ph. _________ taytne-Ms J2i-rp! rarh-: VU

School preference' ________________._________
Chevrolet Impala Super Sport

i FREE l\umber children living at home____,.?_..._- I ,
Como on In. ITave a plush TinylOTf bucket Kcat.

Agee---- Stretch out and relax. You'll find the '65 Chevrolet: QtPe9I

I Kenco Rid-A-Bug-Treats 5-10 Room Home Occupation------------------------- I you more room to lire in. SEE THE U.S.A.
I __ I! And wait'll ace what's under the hood:
Mother Guardian THE NO. 1 WAY

\ I Inside and Out Only \ ; Living But the voom thing I that should really get t you going M the price of

; $3.95 Yearly Salary----_____.:.___ of these Convertible .
j I one racy Impala Super Sport Coupes or
SIDNEY IUCIC ; For f The coat of living in one Lui't as high u it looks. '

V.\I'r\NTEEP 6 to 8 Months Other comments: ______-.__________ ____ -
-- Red Hot end Rolling! See your. Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CHCVCUC CHCVYXX CORVAl
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-. ( MARY I CARTER. PAINTS "K'' .0TORRmAhUltferet ,,, 1CHHtO I ;I II and 1 certify correct.the information I have given is true WALT HULICK{ CHEVROLET Inc.

353 tf. Temple "Phone 9l 1-8201 ,

OVER 1,000 Moiu| Code* STORES COAST TO COAST_ LIN f'IIISeU I Signed I -. ---P"'ant'or-- -Guardian- .,' ;-*.- (FORMERLY GATEWAY CHEVROLET, INC.)

l I u. s. 301( (NORTH) STARKE. FLA. PHONE 96I3900rAGE >

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niCRS.. JUNE IOTII. 1961

"asey Proposes second Law son to belatedly Hall'a amendmentand gave the tribution.Motion of Board Member 25 NegroesAsk : Thomas Reviewsi 1'II..r'T.'II tl'N l'1.11'Tn H Illlt'MNMCnni ,aYa'r Book Sale Set their donations. of books to Money: realized from the use. !

it passed. unanimuu ly. Rodney Hall I for adoption of Transfers I C'"''Mle.lllV. For June 21-29 PilcHta Service Station whole will bo used. to buy new books '
Sen. Johns' |>. lily. .*.1.l.,l Illit.. will I, j
resolution, adopted handbook died for luck they will bo picked and
policy for
lie rwtol\etl' l hy the Ptvl..ion of Local up library, Mrs.I McMalnes'
IHS Expansion; by the Board reads In of a second. [Continued f\ivm\ Page One i Local Bills rnmllutlon. unill in UU A. M By Library brought into Starke. r .nlli. '
part: Refused requests of Albert i :"T. un "date .lt>iK'n fur the utlettt -.
Ida and ."'plll, Mr. Bert McMalnea chairman -
I . request the State Tyson, rep. of Mt. Morlah :2nd and three 4th for Lawtey1st. : *, property.Jl'Nb1 1555 -i'In., Dune (no I of the Book Sale for ,. ...,.._.,.. .__. _, '0. .. .
oard BalksI Board of Education to give Church and the Children's giades. i (Continued Prom Pap One) "" "I.inlul .
favorable Casey said that about 95 lllil blanks Friends of the Library| announces
consideration and Bible Mission, Inc. for use of per '' ,... oonilltlnna' and
opprove the establishment by a school bus.Approved ce... u* me county 3.t>00 pupils race track funds IU b'_!Curlty "l>m Ifli-ul... hula near be .1t.ln.. that the mile will beheld ,
Continued from State I'un'hitiitiiM Otnnnitiinlitii
from Page on*) the Bradford County Board of motion limitinguse had registered by tnj for certificates of indebted I..h'n.. l .or InMiltullitnm June 21 through 2.1th nt "

te woultll be centrally locatI i Public Instruction of an "Area of school buses to transportation deadline last friday' ]in ac- ness. I Pawed both Houses awaiting r Slat turu'. Kullillnr. HltixhamHtrvet 133 Walnut St., across from i '''"'

I ifor Alikchua. Clay, Putnam ; Vocational Technical Center of pupils] to and! coidanoe: with the new plan. Governor's approvnll **"Inll.! Klorlil. Kiiiitn 1-93. Inllehssii the library.

id Union. Counties as well aj''' under the provisions of Chapter from school In regular session Another period of regis- Local bills orlglniUng. I Irt the I. Ililph U. Slllieoiawutlv Anyone having books of any r ...

:radford. Casey replied that) 230 Florida Statues ." and or school-sponsored act vIUea. ration wW be permitted In Senate and passed! by flop, '. : Itlrectnr kind to donate to the Book

'amp Blnnding. to the east'' that the Board of Public August for newcomers to tha In the House were: NOTICE': it i/a Sold, may call 901-8221( for

id vast timber lands to the In ruction of Bradford Agreed to acceptance of county after which all .i>vi.-I en 1487-A bill authorizing I I. will not be rerponsible for books pick-up to service the or take ho .

i nth of Bradford County cut! !I Iiff County Florida will provide contract for re-inatallntlon of caitona tor tiaiiaters Wflll I b.t School Board t. to set SchoolSupt's any dibt made by anyone wwtev resident library. take I 1h'
any population expansion a suitable Bite and In good Inter-com system at Southalde. reviewed by the School Bojru salary: t tP'.!red, awalt- ,'other than my self. James E. itinv II I

I those directions. He added faith does hereby pledge its Agreed to reimburse Mrs ..r r .......f da....". I ins Oovenior'a :.approval.I II I Akrldge. 537 4tp 017M FIRESTONErrwl
mt C'arJte: la the most cen- financial support to the fullest Bernice Hopkins and Princlpa. Casey also reviewed the I S3 675-A bill providing _

allv located spot In an im- extent of Its ability the I James Temple for expensesIncurred steps that have been taken ; that County Juiaeahall. receive I TtCM TO ItfFKMtIM U'heel nnliuirln; ,
l-IHCItr oilea'enls .
4tMHI' I
icdlu..e vicinity of about planning equipping; staffing, in connection with ,, toward. securing an area vocational small cldtmj" fees in addition c..HNTKl.WHIItt'l I!. Sp'*i| lluliuicml ore four far ..

'),,0(0(1( .eraoat. and administering of the attending' two separate workshops training school for| to JudK '. 'salary. (Became ltllAMKIIV.. c..... %.. I.V $1.50In""IOIII1. ()

'I can't think of one eJuoa- Area Vocational Technical in Tallahassee.. Bradford County and said It law My.l71. Jactiiietlti cast.. M :MunlrPlulntlfk ,' \\'ta!
only Bound argument for Center." Approved awarding student would be more functional to I SB 1183-A memorial to the .", N StkigOItOf t

.ovingUiia center away from In other action at Its Tuesday Insurance franchise for BS-66 woe k this into a comprehensive |I President 4 >,n)Jn),( ,establishment yrMartin I I

rn.:" C3ey said "Oive me nuetlng the Board: term to Bankers Fidelity Ins. high school program rather I of a' J Camp/ Tf nlnlng U hunt-c.. ,

no reason! and 111 go along Approved appointment ol Co. than establish a separate in- :, Center at* BUndtng.. :NOTKCM TO rvw\n I
then toe I'll have to nay Carol Rosenberg us teacher at Approved a resolution requesting jtitutlon. ,1,1,(Passed does not require Tit "Martin K Hunter "...".... I '

11s Board. Is politically! taln- I Southalde. Elementary. approval of State\ "My only concern is what is executive approval!) fnknown You Sr. eehr nvtlflert Ibat h' 1rRi 1

d. i Approved request of :Mrs, Board of Education: to Join bust for Use education of the i .K milt I foe t>l:nrrea bran III-I I II 1 : .
\\htch of Sally Tober for transfer from children of Bradford l ....In.t yon In the A*.IV.. ;
group teachers with Alachun County In sup County
Four I .. i
Injured In mart and red.'s and *
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mild control the center If It Brooker School to Southaid porting a junior college in Casey said. He added that 64.2 I: .. reiiilet>i1 la serve. a ropy. > ,
ere at the high II asked "A''' Approved appointment of! I Two Wrecks'n'! on the PlAlntlff.
ay centain few to transfer to the annual bud Indicated a desire for some I .
.Harney Thomio A 1lrc, jnlVorth
clique would control the |'' V. K Ferguson as teaching get of the junior collc-ge a phase of vocational training, \I Tempi Av. "t..rHePlnrlilt .
enter tben. raise their sulrle principal at Bn><)ker. sum of money. require by 'and declared that it could be I (Continued Prom Pane/ One 1 unit file the nrlKlnnl' In :

amt then say raiae" I Approved request of Curtis the Florida Statutes and State brought to them more efficiently til.* nrrlce .at .his lerk .iif. the ,
oiemilt rmiet l h..r.
another flvs ca.s-I Marlowe for professional! Board of Education li I, and crashed, into an oncoming ; *n or r th1. i' ,"
y regaaatone << > the high school program Seth day of June. 1111! : otherwlMt
deep.. him above the leave of abseice June 21 to fur Junior college Minimum than in a separate critter. car The accident happened" Ih.* allovntlnnii. of sold t trnnmlitlnl 'I. r

;*ld Uacher,* The Board July 2, to attend UFoApprov,1 Foundation Program.' & ." miles south of suulce on ronf.asrd.. hv will yon. b. takan ae ..... ._.. __. ." .. at i! v' c: :.1"- '. .

member added. request of Evelyn Education la our goal-not ,(1.1 Thin notlre shell bn nuhll.h- 1 l1j

Singling out BUS Supervist llaney for professional leaveof Crawford Wins the construction of monuments The Wade girl's lOB:! Mercury I..<1 i nr.. earn l weeta for fearronerdltye' Future brides can be expensive
work In lie.IuAnrlauI
Larry Oibson whom lie absence August 16 to August ." Casey Declared. I sedan was totaled with ( _
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I'NTY TI t.lQ.
glinted out Is holding' down I. 27. for foreign tour. Trip To Fair The Superintendent also damaged: estimated at It.400 ClI'0\l'11. j (So can a lot of other things.)
I while \the 1M.1 Patron natal this lath day. of Mnviuiv. ,
i,ve jobs now, Holllduy repeat, Adopted calendar of holidays announced that the Bradford driven ''un.' "
:il his charge that. any llnanlol -! ., etc. for 19 >5-88 term Nell Crawford local agent School Board was going along tv: r"" : hard James Blddle of rIfAI\L.,>1 A. The place to save for the

plums to be reaped from Accepted> 1963-64 audit fur for the Peninsula Life Insurance with the Joint junior college. Starke underwent only 1750 Clerk, of the Clrenlt. I'oiirllly .
school internal accounts Co. has all- damage. Uolh Mia Wade" andBlddle HeiilKh. M. Moo.IT big events in your life is with
he center would go to a 'cer- as 1 won an to be located In Alachua r>puly ClmkGambling "Jas keg ie5'III I |*, -us...
din clique." prepared by James Hitch under expensepaid trip to the County, and thin would! in no 1 1 wereinjured, In the 1"\1.. "' (J Itt NI. reef had." That's -

Casey still bearing down, supervision of Mallon Worlds fair for himself and way conflict with the vocational I crash but were not hospital- e." t. a-tr AH our specialty. .

old the board It should b. Payne with provision of intensive 'lie. Patricia. program I 1s,d.Two Types That's what wore hero for.) :

Boncernedl with/ the need of review by the Board at The trip was won. through The speaker was Introduced Gainesville! youth,

he children. and not J Just the future date.Approved. ''I outstanding. performance In by George Pierre, aired :21 and 18. were both In- ROOF COATING

BaJarte* tit school ofDclaU. execution of the sales In the Starke area. Mr. I II lured Sunday when the rear House Charge CHECK WITH US _
Consulting among' themael- agreement. between State Crawford wishes to thank his I tire on their 1864 Honda 300 Any Amount

Yes then. the Board finally' fare Dept. and Srhool wel-I clients for their' assistance. ,In Irons & Woods motorcycle went tint at the Brings $100 Fine

'undo Its decision and II. A. In regard to commodity dl.LAWSON'S .-, helping him achieve this hon Intersection of U. 8 301 and Reasonable

., or Twenty-six players have entered 6R-18 40 miles south/ of First Federal
& our Club Championship Starke on U. 8 301 Tn Injured Thomas Albert, operator otBllIlkln'
a Place< Golf Tournament. There will were Charles Leonard ..
Paslle N UiMMks tOt a'
PUtllo Notebook 11.1. at the be four rounds of 18 holes Rdenfteld. 21. and his brother. 'found guilty In County Court Savings and Loan -
'A'h.lt11 a week'! between Robert Allt>EJvnflvld., 18. last Pi'(day on Ch.lflW' of op- li'I' Ile( .-.

Cold Storage each round. Complete the who were thrown oil the elating a Kambllng noil** and i 41* C BROWNtll TPMONt ..
Grocery Store vehicle. was fined 1100, or sentencedto ..
match between June 12 and 4444l Association of Starke
AUTO June J e. Rich night ,IU cobI Going. out of control when :10 day In Jail. I --
LAFF I slat of eight playera. the tire suddenly: went The defendant tentl'lfd. that nun ns u I was hr. wrra

13 : The Championship Flight the cycle turned onto\, Its flat'l ho was. not present and had' 301 I CAU If.PHONC 21* N.TKMI'I.K I'lIONK.: -
f I Itr Irft his pMc of business In''
r e r'1 will be tougher this year' duo side tossing the two *t
M4-U :
/ : : un
l the pIIVI'1lIINo charges I charge of soother at the time A\\l." 1-0.100: :
to Improvement in a lot ot
Yf I i 11001'". The Championship wen filed by Trooper L. NPowhr I of the gambling Incident, but -

: : night" is expected to consist .. who Investigated the.1 County Proiocutor George( '::
Pierce told the Jury that Albert
: mishap. -
: of Harold Bishop Clyde Trwlllegar. > I
a owner was still re-
Richard Hobbs. Barry 1 -
sp .n ?'trth. W, T. Robinson. Bill Seat BeltsCredited Home :
In connection the
I with
Epp: )K4>,M HM>( ant Pepper I l
I This ..
With cane." Eunen Blye plendod Weekend
f Thomas a nrw member of the
guilty to a charir of gambling ..
1 4.v v club who U very capable ofwinning Light InjuriesI l
has. + 1 n and t was fined $50. or written-
I the> club>> championship
red &to :SO dbtva The can; against -
II tltU.j & I Mite were credited

"WHIIT' ONLY .1 j Harold Bishop. Barry Flr'th.James I Tuesday afternoon by AsiUt- nolle Ournell IIuiiRton was.
piosned, and the cased
,too.fo1' .'- | Klrby. and I will represent ant Police Chief Kenneth-
r against Thomas Bryant and, ,
i tN Stark* O<4f Country qua with preventing serious
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and \ null DIM! that. .. dot only I Club In the 4th annualProAm '' injutlr \to, two driver InvoWed Hum hick of Hick evidence were James dismissed Smith.for I 8 re FORDS WILL

Tournament held at In a rain-drenched collision -
what I I. urrnmmry t. put ; the fifth man charged In Uigaml ..
Pork For Your Freezer. the Pernandina heath Golf on South Temple Avenue.A ,f
Deep >llng Incident. was fount 1 '
your car buck In let ..!_ Club th4 weekend Wish 'us 1IM4! runt sedan, driveni
not guilty in a jury trial Friday BE SOLD THIS WEEKEND BY
We will rick-up and Itutrh r. There will I* a luck. i Susanna Williams. 40- '
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Small Fee for mnillUua. Try tmlajr. Homer I year-old Negro teacher at
Pick-up-Hulcherlnp row* 1.00: per i The rambling charges prose
Head and Hide. I log* 3c Ib. ('leaned HJK High HcJiool. went out
per Weight. from an Incident in which
For Chill-cut and wrapping lb. PRESCOTTShell i Methodist Church of control on the rain slirken- '
5jc with
per paper. Gary HxIrtUh"' was charged'i ilkr
.J pavement and was hit by a I I with attempting; to murder : Ter Motors
1 Schedule for the week i IW4 Dudtf. drk/en by Charles I'
\\'e Sell Reef and Pork for Home Free/en Service ; Aaron llolley during. sn argument
> Buulay Church Bchool. R. Cauthen Jr. ... of Jacksonville In
over -
1 money a gambling
:19 46 a. m, MomlrM Worahlw.>> when the t Ford careened
)Phone 9GIM2SI 1 tie !n. TKMPIJJ ..ivr.IIOW game at )Hllllkln' plaiceIn
218 Washington St. i[ 11am. Snack SuMier for Into oncoming tuttlnI I Herwt last. March Th ease '"
; Be One Of The And
1, MYF. 4 p. m. Youth Meetings.. The WUlisnvi woman was against Reddish halt been \ Buyers You'llSave

.1 I 6:30 Evening Worship 7.30: charged with failure to have transferred to Circuit Court.

MondsyMen's Club me. her whkl' under control In another Jury trial' lat Hundreds Of Dollars

,line In P iowihp! Hall. 1 p. m hen it skidded around two Friday, Catherine Tyson Della .

Wednesday Junior Choir I cwnpM revolution and then Nrgrrw" WM. found not guilty
practice! 4pm. Prayer Meet-. ,: slid sldHwa*. Into the path of I ot allowing an unauOK>rlxex1j 11
UM Dud.. accordIng -
Inc. 7:30.Thursday: 'i j, person to drive an automobile.Uriah .
t to ChIef Trie seti .
'u i.pra Chancel Choir Fuqua. Nears lurch Jr.
rehearsal. 7:30.Varatlon : belts, worn by both 5
I changed his plea of not /guiltyto
Bible School l starts I "Btoptied them from MUm of driving whll his r

Monday June 14. through) Friday each oUwr," Fuqua ..., ', license was under silspenslon.

SAVE June It- from to 11:30: I I The P'ord... tr.yellNt'! brut vat sentenced to ten days

I IN'rH a 01 All children 4<. years' south on U H 301 and went in Jail i s

,, old through the S'h grade are out of control just a* It A mistrial ww declared In

i Invited to share In t the school ', passed Edwards' Ho d. The the riwe> of Johnrrgory/ / d
cOSt head Into the {
Dodge ran on King 14. of Lawtey. charged
A\.\.. MKftT P :.VTEC: 'OSTAL Irfl front. end of the Ford and with failure to keep his vehicle DG

0'1 ER. / ..Er' ('In'H1I'n1e Fuqua MitUnated &that both I under control on Jan 0. WQ

Prst Prntcoatal vehicle were total wreck. I
1)111) ) Klondeii WM found Op4N
ovouR/ Church of Blsrke announcva Both drivers' were shaken irulrty on two ch.r,,.. of PSMIng -

that service are being conducted and bruised but neither was worthless check, and was
by 1 Evaooelist Jack: found to be seriously\ Injured
tenet: 13) on each count;
s'CARS Memjlta' with Ronald Wilson after a rtteck at the Bradford Frank N If/irton was tat"dnot StS 0.G0

; =r si eoeraniretMThe County Hmpttal CUAthtn was guilty of r..cktess. driving:
r I
Church exterute Invitation detained at tins hospital overnight
I an Welter Thomas, of 4America's
to all who are Interested however found guilty of driving .

to Ntend.Revtal.r while Intoxicated on Pti M:

I r r''lo'' will bot !held' Circus Fun Club end fined 160 and had hUllren

.eh R-rxHj at 10 a m.. e revoked for 00 (lay*,
; bank loan
1 ? Simply get a oni t J.'lJm'nfV".I'J'U' at II, and New Theme For WlllU Turner" w** found not

of our bank's prompt loio-cctt casy-to- I Sunday ni-h' Trlc" at 7 Library Reading; guilty of a charge of petit
i The chh I It located at 124 larrerry Sonny Trtstone going Ford j fatter)

repay: auto loans! AU terms arc clearly ''W Bnnrn: Street Th" Cirrus Furls Club. I. tbs pleaded: rulKy to a chsrg of hit '
"new Im/h' of th. annual Ford sales have an all time
assault and battery and was
tfatcd, and the initial insurance premiuxj I II
I ChlMren' Summer Heading given a sentence of IS day high! Ford Fever i Is breaking out
Can be included, if you wish. I nQAT 'R 'I''Ttltl'SI : program &that started Juno 6t Th, court .Uo flay Char t4UtMifoiK. 5'

s I rut'MTU the Btsrke Public Library lee now..on$ for having no all over your neighborhood. Watch for .*
I0fcSEWIUQSIYCtflUTl.FLORIDA Children wishing. to p rtlr:'- driver1 llcerne."" : John Richard
I/ Sgslt.e
.10 AYE nl.t: Grady. 311nl.trr pate rosy rrrtsUr at the t library -MllUn l)$ for unlawful symptoms? Does your happiness count rise when you ride in a
bad4e for week tiartlrune fir en the Bookmobile r
peed; and Warn Alklr-l4 -
I ''' IIRjrKtoy: KeirUtrstkms will/ be arceptwlt 11130 on each Of four worth '65 ford Do you feel a ten thousand dollar car tingle? Do

Sunday HehooLI any time throughout .IS.* let* cheek count.
to tell Ford h than flRever? It K. And
program .toach r.n. OtmughII ( your ears seem you quieter (
::4S a m Morning Worship. Oeorg fUjtoert DUllnger .M
I *
II a. n Tout FeUowabJp. 8'' August rah rhlM. upon jiHtlttgwill March fined 27Omrges HO for speeding on you've caught Ford/ I.-, Fever. Come in

.7 m. f I be peen a l.n[. bonk atralru, the followImr 43?
'' and let us treat you |:fe Bright!
I 'TIaHde, Circle 2 mej **. card bearing; tk. *4ctur* of were noil prowd by In*

j Inc with Mr B C IfolU,nfJnrf l clown wh a purple ....r. and court Frank J 'ru"t" fraud e.+ e e.5ee
r- fr. 10 for each bunk h. ,*..,. .Pie will. of rorin arid buird and
BANK: :: AT STARKEOne a- /m. J Henry .
recerr a rekieftil pork dn to
W- Srv-.:rtiT Ell on,,,... Unvrreprr change )>
Women's| put on Che .' at. It h* read of s.Isnele CATCH FORD FEVERI SEE YOUR I ea Ae4e
Council me -'I in t. It a. m. Men IS or more books during the
of 31 Bnks of the Florida National Group *
of the Church IM will ttrm
m /tlnf. :JO summer sn
p. n '; .ward pin and a feeding *- favored by f r.nU and ,e- DEALER
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. FOlIO
Thursday -- Choir Pr.c.Uce.1JO rhwvroientertjAcat*. chars *s weU. Mace it I ncwrf I
The pr *rm t* !not only *. cUldra to keep up
: p m. w. .Ji 'JM .elilMren. but their" rwKkajt MWa uu/m. u.iunrrMrr

( month.

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p.n.: SIX ___n__- HHADFORP- COUNTY ........MI. .... .... FT-OHmA. ____________ _____ ____________________ TIHTIS.. JTTXE 10TH. 1965 j
1' of I... f.f A|.| l'..r'I M IM r" Illl tl>KI' >lll> 1'0' :M'V -- :

S'n. llrcitMrr. I I \ll: I; 01,1 I 'I'I 1'1\I I.. I ,I.r, IIII I.. IIjil.a.:,..,. ''''''.'' \"llOtIIEll Altortiftv Hnn. II.JK Clreon.MtnrH Inn Much r"tr lilt ration PA IHu.n I and who are not' Tll'I.' shall have freeilom Paragraph. T A hereof and County: School Syatem 1
I II,1.1.II.,. *. <<. I I., "I' I II .all..,"" >I 1. ..I I"I ,. : : <-. I 1.1"101., 1 I* nml Ii Ii. I the or- I rOut It aliHl. be mandatory,, uommenrlntc the firm grade.I choice without regMrd to th I the .rhol" to rltf any MI hool Ing this xchool ot their choice aorv-. '
N il' 1 10.' I. In I i (M' HI, "n. I'h.1 1 "f I '"II Itl.,Is u III he-. it., i.lvi.f I .I iinlll, 'iwlnHl' In I tho of flic of the Cloikof that the parnnt ..r jruardlan' hall by and through their rate color' ur natlurml I .. bun opo ta by the Jtradfurd. .
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All T .1 I \lili& 'i''mini' I lli. ,h. ,1,1"i I IIILI., Ml. Il I..,.I Ii I I If I I. It.'" ..1 7 .,""." i .1, ,it,tot j;>. I I'Mir.(. .HI, Hi.. t h.. ('In.u It Court <>n or b". of I tun pupil rearlittorlnar' to parent" or guardian' or other to ride. any H<'hool bu.. ..
dif .the r"II.\\11I1C ",.i,'tII'o, ,,,0'. i INIfll : I I Ifl..",II..H. MII"II"/ b r&I"'II.1& lIt,.,,.11/ .tnt ('...lIlIlyll"$ AHHIK. IHtl fdti" lIt.. 14th "l milrt., ,.I rllfli',HUM f..i i ifllM a I tiv ..",I',11110 t 1" I...,. II..' 1"'I''I. I 1 I..ti inriiv r..r'I tln. LiiiiHirui' 'lion ntIifrwlH the nll"Kf*tlon of sob tot UOr..60 CO PAIUCNT1H printer' at M, .ll I III. lie ,""u.." Illlllxii '111 ,.Is, ,'i'il1, III ..II..h), ..rt 'tI.ate. ... at. HH i ].:"1t'rK' in.\, (jiuinilnront | I HrtUI, OotnplHlnt, will be taken anconffHHml 'I..e| the yeAr choice vrartfd e..r-'In the w.boot I of their ,'r'HI"II''I "i. mi Iii!ICII! n n nil, )'oars' ,IrI.nt.ii, .. s Ill 10,. Mold toIIlflhtUt Ih,' r Uiilldlnn! l>n tho fair by youThlH Iarn'rnph' I A fioreofX. on 18 Auguat and 20 bums will be routed, on
,''llf .'iHKiirtiu' 'I*. t thi d"'rhHI'/II" tttIn IlcIi1r. ILl III. "toll" UrnunilH, In HlMiUi.' Klorlila notice shall "e puMlMheti I. All pupIls w ho will be August 1965T noiidlarrl, minatory' liaulf. & I "If Its Glass We Have It*
flu prolnrt| \'. nnil 'th" nan ," I1,11N1' .1)...'tI', .It I II... IIr J.ttiIiil I I'lHIl PlfllMirPIIIVnl, HH I 1..II"wa.. "n,'" OHch u.pok f or. four cording' to HI hool enr,ullm"-
Mix nf
Which tt I I \\ HH. llMHt'tWl* .tl .11 I I ,. II. ''H"'h. ,,' ..1., .''U"', "I'll ;., \\h..h. I ItI IJ"I".IIJec'l.I / l years MKA on or In cane of overcrowdIng CALL WRITE VISIT
11,1 ll'l\\ ., ,. he, >r. I .'THnuarv,, lltAA. and fIrst preferem In choice 11':1'11.8:: RI'HISO!; : or
> ') H I I 10 .1 "r 1 :'0' I lion It. MHIKIIII" Alihlliit, ford County TologrHph.Imtod .
.. ,, ;;,, .Mii wt. Intend to inmmonretl ; of at h oo la will b. given $IIi i" BKAf>.FOU! > ':I> FOR ANY (CLASS NEEDSHEA'S
I "'.I.t I 1 ''fl.,It :\ ,IHI \ "I Ih .I. "f I r O. iiix 2iii oriinuu 1'nrk I I' this Ll lli day of :Mny1'MIG far the
fIrst' irrnrl ,to those pupils who reftlt I
IH I i i lil, i HCH KL. SYSTEM:
UMII' '" I 10.1 i iI
I"PH' rllil) t I.H r I Ir I' .1 1 \I I I ".n..I, ,llf IllMIIN'!, llnil Hp'Mlfl-! I sI.AI.: Mcnool yur Iflfl5-flfl HrhoalI' In thrJ".lr..d ..r on or before 31 May In the panti ItulillS. I .. 'n'I ,
SU -., I I'' I \ I .. t I"" "j'l I l>" lllllllHlllll,, ll tiitti'r.I I < t hA :ItI.I'14:! A. t 1M II11V. : ', .tItalI otmty by and 'through 4 Juna', 11(65K ( outside the Hradford > GLASS CO.
.Id A, r' I H'' ..' 'Ill. "f .""",11,"lur, i....,.i ('lerk or Ih" Clruult Court / it err. The rholee mnda at the School' System. have \ ". 0
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,. I.. H"iilHh .... i heir parent orSIsert.Ien '11 nm of r..I"lraU..n. a. 'hr 'il within tOe Hyuif :
Mti. i I I .. .i r-. till I ii ,ii,.'. .",infill.,, Ij"ner"I l tty 0,. oIlier' t.rsinnetendlni shell, a< > (NOT INC.)
> I f .lrkfeHO herein above Met out t'h.. Bradford County HotiM
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i l. < ti'i I n I.1111 M.nic. loAn ,In. 1.0 PAUKN1 he hlnd'nlJ' for the school .... ...
UM Publlrt. InHtrui' i ( "
hlli I'M irrii'
p .I' < iI'luna" tinlSi rtilHfei" nt. the school 'Q"-BB. "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
| i lili 1 nllnliH tVllllill,' !11 vu llty. ynuir to rept Htudnnt from
FEDDERS' ..lit'. I I I. >.'|IH' I' ,llillH' Will III' IPmi I \ II T I I) H 11 C (nt | heir, i ho,. e on thrnutch or betire 4- F The forewolnir plan t.freglMlratlont er dIstrIcts their MI" .."I..... i I We Design Modern Store Fronts
.. HPA'I OK) KM I KIDItKAIifOltll I \ tt :Mil' y will he ,- ,
I ",", 'I| ...iHlt In mil Si.nil" will be fol- 01 a "
Jon 10H5* Lw- Just Mail Us A Pattern For
I'OUNTVi bust In '
-" ,i< i wllh I I >:, 'II i rc.r"nrl.Io., C. Intr. lit wed annually tory nJ'lllU.n I
'11..1>.l 11. ml,I, <.i i"ni i il .'h"'I., ..t,.tI <> I hiJlth ,tIny' of Miy. Iftffinl the Pisphlts, ''r''mtferrlniT t ("un'v, "MrhoolMvntern III. TltAXHff)HTATIOV:< par. nt. or ,"a.n ,>f 5 V. Table Tops
I I II I u.ii ft, ,tn nit. IIM/II ,it* t. i i.,,,...tllIl( of I Ito HritelforilCM .. I MrHdf'.rd' the school ('foiiuneni Intr with I the, erhoolyear pup 'I or pupila' 'Inv *>d, Ut

I .11..1.. <.' 'is',", >' I'lllr, \M"'I'I I"I lity I 131.11.'''itt '..r Piilillr I Jtlfltiuclion .OB for who, did 1 1 not yarifflft attend l'*5-fll all .1".IDn'". by ami ottr jn <-Handing' 131.1: N.tV.-lih IM. Caincsiille.! Ha. Phone FR2-4353
AIR CONDITIONER 11 ,". ,1t HH. u ,in ,11111* .or N.iiIoi" ", It. 1 II i I'. 'III" I I' Nh..ill ,hi. r..I1'j.|, '. HiijH-rl, itnntlnnt, of. I'nMlii, ? In isi-hoI school guard lo n or ether peraoni I In phi >r pup,, '.o. shall have th j,
,I I..',1 I''I t liltl\ wit I.h.w, I Illhll ,. Him." ..11 '''. In I tlm I, City of Htnrfcp, tem during' ha year 'tnr 'iti.T 'In r Of'O PAP*"*. freedom of ro'* gIll nil! '

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y ""'" Tr .!'tf'.""' 'R ilii, I,, 0 <*, IlOHT'l I of. PtH l| 'fnitriftlon r
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H'x' I Ie..11... ,sun t i |I", |.-|1", ,,ttuI, | Mr. ,HIM. r>ll/ Uilny| nilit In (.I..ln..1| | n 1.110 Pr 1CIN.

i"H I.'.i,minl,,, :-:111"'lh: I Uoncrul,, I II 1 tit,,My * I I', I IIMIV, l Floiiili'iina, 1"Jo'Io., uid, <.""rllll"t ", ,prncrrcnn anti I
su95 I, |10,111,> ,. II i '. wnlfurn, of. I Ilte Hrnrtford County Insurance Problems ? HASTINGS MATTRESR ..
8 I I'."I. ,il I iliin |II'h ilay ..r Mn) ".h..o'| ,Hvft.*m to formiilntp, I I
\ ,Ii I i'n. %. 'in I SIM. 'In.. nrniiri'ifl. ii 1 f.1nn, pllrnlnatlnir. the dun., Call Tho Min mom & UPHOLSTERY WORKS! ST. JOHNS MARINEJohnson I
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FROM '" ,1 evet..m : "KeyBtone"George
xii..f.t: .in in-1: riiIn : vf: i w. T''rIH: *r''f f K.: Ilt1 1. Furniture !,alrl'd.I1phol..tered Seahorse Dealers
,, If M I I .HUM. ItIf.r.Iti..inl ItPMfitA' ) hy the ftrn'tfniffit / ', IteflnisheVIATTRHSSES
>. I ''l.irlilni' I In f Hiini'i .". ,n,,nt* v T oi*rd or I'lIhllr t'n E. LaRue A America Fiberglass and
< ''''k'| Nil. I 1.1.3 1 I Mt"MI ct I.,... nil I I mi-ntHorH I thnr.mnrifiirrltiK. heIghts RERUIL1 1 ITrl 1 II I FI. Span !

I I.t.t.I t11 tin, Pill IntllX' VHVIlKH ". flint In order tri KrystonoConsultant 111( 11.1' Mercury Elec.: Motor ?fir 0.
j, li'l.ftlKl'H, lllltllH" Illl n."TII, .Iy I wit h tlm l Inve of the New InnersprinRS 3ead The Classifieds" !
At I ll.Illl, ..IlllIfll'l I 0,1, I II lie .tn"itt, nmrlfitrd' Ontmu' For All Your
i 'H i.; "I fit AI'I'KAU: I fl',<",r.I of f'uMli, I In trnp, ||l.n d tor fil Inwuranre Needs. and Rox Springs IF YOUR NAME:\ IS Used" 16 Ft. Span America Fiberjctaw and

"11. vn I "'"i..;"tItPN (ill" friN, I r h".hy l 1.1st-n In i.rfn*.t I hi folIt. | Drop I':" 1 A Card or CallPALATKA rOUND AMONf; TIICI.ASst..n tO II.P. JOhnson! iiec: ", and Trailer $795.tred : .
1'1I..1""w., MI If-h. .w I lnir "OIl ..Ion ffnrtlve I iipnnfltitn KA 5-t/I; /
Wl KLER ELEOTR38! 11,"ii 1111" ,IH.,iciiv. nuiirinii, I iiuni ,,, I'h"' nf ttin ltdoptlon of (thIs Representingrpitt J) ADS. CALL > and 60 11.1t'll -
MRS PEGOT .RIIAI.LER J 16 Ft. Dorsett Fiberglass .
( !
Arnrrlriin Int. (
i uli l I. i r liivmi' 'i-i IIUH. 'liopn I Jr""IIII''n( : 0. AT TUE TELECItAPIIOFFICE ; ;

flo..1 l .i,' i ii, t you* in 'tin' iilinvi I I. KltlKI! 'O\T OFA f'lfnrr, : Ihn TrnvvliT. .. In... Co. 209 E. Adklna St. Fore A FREE King Rlec. and Trailer !I:).

We Kcfiind All Federal Tax Now. No Wail Till July I 11..1., ., I i"ml,, I 'mil. limn mul,l yOU, urreitu with th,,. ...nmn"nr"m"II' Stark. A'? ,& TICKET TO THE FLORIDA .
..MI I i MMlti'l I i I, tu 4irvi.' a i npv .... Tel ITMOOZ: () Da Ski Runabout
Ih" .h..1ynll"
I of I J used 16 Ft. Dorsett Fiberglass -
,, l lt I"ih
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in "IMWI i op p-ailiiK' THEATRE.
We Finance Our Own Accounts t I ,.",.iliilnt, on I II.- Pln'niirr'uFIRESTONE t I i I' I 10Hri'IA* all I MtiHlentrIn 473-4323: Nltes with 80 11.1' .;Iec. Mercuryand
I I lip ,ptihllr' I .* MC,'hrml,.. .r| Don't Suffer Through

Hrndforrt" f'oiinty, Florida. Auto Fire Home Bunlnes Trailer ...- S95.:
We Service What We Sell ""-' .. shut, ll I. hnvrfreedom ofThol > Another Hot Summer. MRS. S. A. WELDON _

I MCOVr I KNII. .\I.JHN'UNT'I) I through(, .., In t his I lbs medium mnnnrr h.and.r,- Monthly! farmer. 1'lan I I Nltulx
fly I'w.tory Tnilni'il. ;\ Innfier H tat nil.. to HI tend land the ni<..l.'l "'f'.lInlll" FOR I!ALl: and 73 11.1' Elec. Johnson! and

, unil nay. nehont In th. Bmdford BE SURE TO SEE World II houses" RCM.mlr ('""..IIU"f'r ,,* 'Ready mix concrete concrete
rri-tlHliiii i: it
I1111I| |>in< | $1.O0.
Winkler _
Eiectnc; Inc. bounty :S: .-hanl flyMtrm reKardleMN Book before another Trailer __
buying for house
'l'1IIvEl';" $5.55To ; ; of rA., <.e, color i.>r Just right<< your particular block piers. sand cement -

'Mi% >..\nierlfiin" CuritSA"K : ",,'Inlllli ...rl.'n1"01. / .'nJoy Encyclopedia. M A Payne. rooting ncnlt. SIMM mortar mix. rock: steel. Used J It I Ft.. Aluminum Runabout $145.

231& N. Temple! Ave. Starke. Fla. ':: $8.40HUNDRED'S (tin benefit of nil servIces, your local representative slrv.e195S. to 28.0lHJ< 131.t",s. l-rlied ;I eyster shell 'imerock roof

,nrift, ,,Id fHilllllivM H,'honl, The avnllnbln fructflomof at.tNIl P. O. Box 603. Phone ) from ll| I 119.95.SKK I gravel lintels. BRADFORD Tncd 12 Ft.. FiberglaHH KNhing float $SO.NEW .
I 'ENOR.. CO. Phone (4-3521: .
irrnntml. 'to thn imroritor ( AS CO. Btark tfrhg
gIlt/ ,rd, In.n n' t hw |pit.pll,I FOR RENT 3 rooms and I : BOATS
or pupIls Involved. or to bath furnished S3i: XV. MadIson !Mt.Ph. FOR RENT Unfurnished 2
,HIM. 'h prrHon MtitridlnK' In cottage 964.7701 'and 3 bedroom houses Fur- The Following floats Are Equipped With
964-2261. tfchg
YOWL n ; SAVE !.Ioc." I I'AltKNTIS to .Miirh 'nlxhed! 1 andl: bedroom:: New 1065! : Johnson! Electric; Shifting and
impll,. or impIlM mill/ NIK'hfr FOR SALE-Fill dirt, top soil
<>ftnm'| ,,' of r.hfilce l mnnt, tie I Icsrr.iaI tractor hollies. Houses sold easy Generating: :Motors The Motors: With
New 15' !9 I" work.
FilwTKlws ntw and uMd
at. th. tints and terms W. H Nollman tfrhg '
, 'In. Ih.. 'iminnor herein* we* I Runabout with steering, building auppllea. W. T. Jack.. the Two Year _

and Ma.
windshield and Hardware. Fiberglass withSleeper
Ft. Cobia Offshore
New 18
.and other Hi"' luin) ''rNllnn'1!
Mluill n"t .lit rintltod, '' Itexular $X95.!) Special this chlnary Supply. Pbon M4tfeh FOR, RENT3 bedroom un- Seats Walk-thru Windshield and j'
i,,1 tvlHt''' '. fintniPiid, lOr ntherwlMtt 'I 4001. '
lnfluinr NIH'It tIe-. weekend furnUhed house 311 N. Clark Top with DO( 11.1' Electromatic

rlMlnn' Nor will HI houl St. See Bill Graham at Al- Johnson' $2,295.:
t I.ers..nncl' l rlth* r rllv"r orPmi1tp $749Southern '
i'hlldren I Im..auH** New 17 Foot Fiberglass varea. 2tch 6'10
of 'the rholc* rtiMdi*. I New 17 Ft. Cobia Fiberglass Cabin Cruiser "1
Ft 'In the ,.vi'nt tv.rt Tttwdluir Marine! I Offshore with top, tinted with Haw Rail Helmsmen Seats Top and
,,". .
r"( *" at S parilrtilnr glass windshield .
.,'h..1| from, HIM, t hni| .tnMUM and Television sunbather HOLIDAY INN 75 II.P. Electromatlc Johnson __ $1.995.
,tI|"', priority, of awHiirntnent peat heavy duty ,

OF DOLLARS ,.nimtt, flliHll. .,pioxlmlly I,I ,he' .IIHMIM wltltnntrMtfiir Mnt,|>Iy, trailer, 50 II.P. Kvinrudc; Will InterviewFor New 17 Ft. Cobia FiberRla with Walk- ,

AMIUTIOUS MOTHERS Motor. Regular 1.1)00.!) Seats and Top
'| to mi-lal <'nnldvra- thru Windshield. Sleeper ,
I tlo,,". Sfrvlclnv our customers durIng 1
On A and 75 Electromatic Johnson 11.1<95.
f*. 'I ttnun whoHA,...H are Housekeeper and -
convenient hours la a Special $1,695.Southern
re|f ntid" 1"rAII", nf overrrowflfnv
will I I I b.. notified I pi of I table means of earning Clerical I'erHimnel New I IS FU iulfrraft: FiberRU Cathedral 1

HE\'J FORD GAR OR TRUCK and permitted' to nmk aneffr for many women. Write Mm Marine Hull with Walk-thru Windshield flow Kail. I
"llve 1 'hsli. of a formerly Sat. June 12
Oulda Sweat P. O Box 540. ,
Neurn or 'nr""y. | Top Side Pockets and 75; II.P. Electromntic
This Weekend AtTerwkr w hlh,. ,* MI'hofil Live Oak. Fla.ROLl.En And Television
Johnson $2.095.
II. IIIHIIHTHTIOV;' I Call !)161. )21: _- -_

A Ml ,inipllti,, attending SKATINO at Bradford to" HAL,";"- Lars J btxlroom For Appointment
I In I tit*. I trail fan, C'oiinty' f New 15 Ft.. Cobl.i: Fiberglass with Hack to
14.1 h. ,,,>l Kvt Its,, during I, t th.* County Fairgrounds I bath house' with separate or reply t tJ Kick Seats Top and $10 11.1' ElectromatlcJohnson :
Motors Mi,."IM .I, votll, l I'M I .flTi. >shall' starting about July 9. The Fan I llvlna and dlnln" room. See BIn 1000.) ) Starve

......It.tot' .r"r "he ",'h.,.. Spot Roller! Rink. Watch foropening at 121: N. Church St. by appointment ,- $I$1.295.
y"I/(, I IMA' nil by rpturnlniith 1
I .' rttrlNt. rut I Ion forum, ti' a d_4'p B 24 only or contact 1I I New 16 Ft. Sabre Fiberglass! with SleeperSeats

lit, It (din'her. itIuj'IieI, ni' Wayne Chance at 964.1691. 1j
HE1P In IA Coi! >d Supply of Bow Kail. Walk-thru
th. <>ffire ..f .th.. HupPilnt WANTED Men tfchg j 1 Side Pockets

Come Sec -- Compare -- Then Decide id.Mit" of r'' Inmrut, Rood. health Age 21 to 55:'. ,: Engines: .H!', II.P.! Windshield" Top and End; Pockets and 10 *

'tl'MI .tn or before It May \.f! or contact ParnonnetDrpnrtmrnt ; to I IK! 11.1' on hand
'11 rntirh. 4 JulIe* t 1945. f I'lir, FOR 1'IF.NT-3 room furmlith.rd i H.P. nieclromallc Johnson $1.295. '
Sunlaivd Train-] Lake. _
z. p.-; -;. Inn Center, P. O Box, 115. Southern Marine kl.1.inerIt
J. H. GIll phone M3-2S31!! I New 1 1 Ft. Sportscraft Fiberitlats

b4. .r.......\c'...."...mfH'i' ,I Gainesville 4t.chg R' 17 4t!' tlin and Television h lUck 1 to I tick Seats and Top with $10

!2Wides. I VVHF.PT. CHAIR FOR SAt.---. 11.1' ElccIrhmallcJohnson: $1.195.1;

HOLIDAY INN HIV-.Rt. I. Box 09 A. Starke. I '
-1) II IIFur FOIl 8AM3!: 1M9! Plymouth "WILL TRADE"St.

Custom, Made Seeking Lady hetveenZ' I Phone 473-44SS!!!!_Up>> Fury. Power steering, poweri John's Marine East Palatka174)l'KN

; brake radio .nl heater --
Morida Living : i
: 10. :Must he neat .nttractive FOR SALE OR tEASB- Large I 1
$45000. See at 1303: Pratt st lli-hwnv : SI'NIAYSPh.. .12X.1121:
and den. or
hoLler 3 bedrooms
fiCt: M(>rc pleannnt per- full 008-334: tfehg ; _
YOU : tonality ; capable ofnuiinlainini 4 brdrootn.1. Kitchen with
For Your $ $ $ breakfast area. 30' x 14' llvlnij- Summer' cabin MUST
rerorcN. FOR RENT
; 14' racIng hoiit and

No Siil.irlcd or per\isin r pernonnel. in dining Frnoed yard room. large with 135'fireplace x 13T I on Lake Oeneva $45 week uM- heavy duty trailer 15000. MALE HELPWANTED

niisnioned CflM'I'I INning) mom IIllMteM I down I, litter!! Included. Contact Mrs. C11 Ir Mill 964-6801 or i*'
corner lot. Low ( payment Ralford :
H..rbt'rSo"w.m.. .
I ,t Stitt.. Farm !ItchK
W'st _
746 8.
HAIJ) & BU\)) % Will interview Satur: I State Prison Farm. \SM4-M1I I

t, 11. IAKK: TO \VOHK ] day June 12. I'h. !961.> l8S2I St or phone 1IR4-IIRf14 tfchu I[ Ext:: 481. 2tp 610 FOB SALE--2 b., room frame with Seeking general tervatile knowledveof man.
noun. 3 years oil Electric
for appointment FOR SAl JI: -- 52 Chevrolet l 3 bedroom. '
I tove plumbing carpentry,
hot mater heater.
l YOU Benefit! Ho1 1 090! (
or reply to n'n8. 53 Chevrolet engine. 59 hOllY .1'1 large yard Call and wmtrr softenn- electrical work an .Maintenance

Starke. Chevrolet wagon. Iron bejwl'h !989-3281:: Mrs D L. Sllcoxtfrh: 150 x 175 ft lot Two ml:>* Engineer: for

AllSi/cson!I Display! Kprlngv.. D--'lih modern east of Stark on New Bland- Holiday Inn.Will .
I lounae air conditioner.:: 3 4 HP
\\ .I (n.12) Wldes Roal Call Raymond WHlUm -
\ ACRE-( -Good :2 I bdrm tram 473.49\ Hp HOWARD CLARK I
1 1'i' Ilaths' I well. new pump. Karaite near _60.4'3! tfrh interview. Saturday -

and Expandable; Dupont Will trade for are I FOR RENT-one store build. Sleep Cool Tonight ant! FOR SALE Bird pupplit.wpeks I June I 12. Phone

I age or take car; boat. motor Inn. one furnished apartment 96I-8H21 for Appoint.
All Summer l.onjr old. \Velm raner point-
& trailer travel trailer or and one smell furnlahe'houe : went or reply to Itox

New and Used Ca. h down. Balance .50 per ; All at 321 N. TempU. with .a mew. Metln hmivKIMIIII T crossed t 125 each Call M4Itcru 1M':). Ftarke.!
I .....IIU.-.I. .\ 11II
\lr (
< < tfchg
month. Write Rt. 1 Box 213A' Call 911 )-2 )ai
8-Yr. financing. nvailahle 111II' ..It* anti a mmlrl! ju.' Hht
Lake Butler 2td H
Use Our Mental-Pur : for aober reliable couple r.|w.rltUfrnni. :S MXt to WAfTTEO: TO RUT practlc- house Apply JOS S WaterSt.

chase. PlanPajmcnts I Fiherslasrt bout with I or person live on premise 28.0ctO. I'rtred. Irons "lI9iES. .I.n" Call !M4-4A'\3 Itt>1 & 17FTR ltch j

top. trailer 1D0.1.: 30( II.P. !'Irr.: OK f\IXi
take chars? rental propertyW
'Under $;)1)) Per Month i because FurnUhed 3
SALE -- by owner FOR RENT -
iI Motor M. Nollman. 510 NorthCherrv SI\n..: (;AS ( 0.
I Rt tfch sat U. MadlMm M. of transfer New 3 !bedroom rooms and bath window fan

549.00 Ph. Mt-1101 2 bath lame. livIng nice. yari *40 00 :2 I rooma ant

NOWFMobile i ,i SKIINO RIO WANTED-- 14' ; room. k-'tchen! and dlnlnc bath air eondttloned. .n 00.

Southern Marine to 16 boat and not'I 1 FOR SALC--3: bedroom frame: room R*,non blr down psy- ] rooms and bath air eon-

le.* thin 40 H P. Motor complete i houne. fully furnished acprox:< mont can 1W14-25tt2* Up i I dl'loned.! $45 00. Waldo. 46&-

: t Home SitesAVAILABLE and Television with trailer Ca h awalU I 4 acre land. loratnl about :3ml I FOR RENT- bedroom tr.UI I I 140 Stout Up

a real banraln. Must be In excellent east on Nw BUndiruRoad : : '
er' and trailer (paces with FOLKS COVE: on out ar Jlook.
Box .
Ford sales at. all"time' record Ford.lever I'I'Full condition. (SR 3301 near golf
are an high Is PEYTON F1.0IMST I patloa. Call M9-3151 or 1 d9- :. We have a big selection
of the Telegraph Itrhg
busting 'out all ,overt First symptom is a happy shiver Lake Privileges! I 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. rare I I course. 14 500. ConUtt Bil'l 3271 Wmttmortland Trailer of u.t4' furniture and appU-
944-9881 Idayl
Eppa. phone )
when you sight a '65! from Ford. Take the .wheel and Homestead! Exempt IMIONE.. ': 964.41%$ FOR SALE SAR\TOO\ Park. tfrhcVACATION' anc a. One old fashioned dln-
BH4-S771 Inlahtl tfcha
-- you, pulse' goes wild Try .FordS ride, and you get, a Financing NIGHT 9-4 9lniSTINCTIVE HEIGHTS \ I nine suit priced like olden

_ ._ _\ -_-.. wonderful' float away feeling you're adrift on Cloud FLOWERS: I New 3 bedroom. 2 batna. fenced TEN .\CRE TR CT OF U\\D IX THE d3T1. Two pier Urtng room'

lilili! 7 '. i You .e got Ford fever So sec your Ford Dealer Lake Geneva We Wire Flowers Anywhere yard. lAne potto." $t00 :i On. mil from Starke. pared::! :MOl'VT.\INI? suit SolS 00. Fire piece living

: _______ -J 'm reat ou right, )" I down V A.: *350 down F. H. road. 860 feet frontage eon I New cottage' In Blur Ride room suit $55 00 FENNELI3BUU3AIN (

A.; 6900 per month. 1244Blandtnx I alderable Umber Will tH .U Mountains. 10 ml. from RkLte- CKN'fm.:'' Ill
!>'.HH totaU WO LTD*...._....
Trailer SalesOn St.. or call A. J. I or half A. J Thomai Realtor crest on pare: hhrajr, Sleeps mile South 'O1 Itrha;
INHfR-tNCK:\ : S '
comfortable CompletelyrurnWied.
"t'N-m.'. 9fl4-7Ol\ tfchg
Catch Ford Fever AT RFIHTKn RATFS \ FOR SALE Good burirtem : with uUU u.s. $40 I FOR SALT String beans
DE1\LER limit I 100. On. ;Mile SR
at FORD \ AUTO. FIRF. flOAT FOR SALE Fresh golden and residential property In per week:. June thru Sept. You pick Ul<-m. IM hamper" 1I..I! hl.
your ? i DOYLE: E. l'OllNF.R: : bantam corn. 40 cents per Starke. Improved and unlmprwM. wveka available. Write P. 0. Two mile East of Starke.
Open Sun. & \'t'nlnrr;'
INI't'R.IIM'1! : .AOFXCY flown. Olll 9A4-D42A! If VINormnn. !' H. V Knlcht. PO' Box Drawer A Ptarke, Fla. Road IS A. H Uartey Jr
Urhit lip Drawer F, City. \h'hllj I tfcha Itc'! t

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TARKE. P1 A.. TII1RS JUNE 10T11. Ice I'WI! \ _

the year! Mrs. Harden! was" attend her grandson Billy! Terry T. L. \Vnlnwrl ht. over the guests of Mr and :Mrs :Mar- !

presented with a farewell" (gift Weent'a graduation from MIami Mr and l.t.: M. A. Manson weekend vln Thompson in Jacksonville WILLIAMS

from the PTA last wrek. all ..Ja..kMIHllth School and daughters t'! .cIOnvll! Mr. and Mrs :Marvin nosier Mrs ttonny MrClellan and II II i

she. will not be I't'turnlnhfI"/ Monday evening! June 6. were Sundayliltois. of Mr visited Mr and Mrs, Kenneth. I son if SyUaula.'' Cla. 111'<' :

to tenrh next fall. Mrs Richard, Cnitl and l and !Mis R. E, Ic" and family Kind: in J.uk4onvUto" Sunday" spending the'ltt: ) her :1 JEWELRY

RfMMRK: SVMM rKMlKM children of EiiM: | >rn. :\11,,".. returned -: Sunday: Mr and !Mu Bruce Buyer' parents Mr I .,d Mis.

The bus for swimming lesions 1 to Hampton with her: EI\Joyl.1I' the texinljn>,> of th > of Tampa were Friday, overnight Sweat, at the State: firm .U'I I IMl REPAIRS

Cooperate{ With The 'Green Berets'In beginning Monduv., June parents, Mr. and Mm. 1'. 11'1'' family of the late :Mr and guests t of :Mi. att.1 :Mis '. McClellan parents Ml :MACHINE\ ..
21. will pick up students at Lott, ''On :Monday lust Mis. W, II Blius were Mrs W F. :Moore. and :Mrs J. M. :MiClellan ENGRAVING M

Rid of 'Invaders' Hampton! Cay Hall at 8 a m. for a visit Mr. anti Mrs !Mae Wells Mis! A. H llirloy, SunJay vltltota' of !Mr and:! SCHOOL J3WEI.RT
Getting each morning. A towel suntan and Mr. and Mm.' P. II. LoltJr. I :Mr. an Mrs II C. harry Mr :Srp, Juntas! Rosier wontlti'litun "
lotion for those who tend to ., had .been visiting In nj;! Mr S. C. Hirlry Jr. Mr : BurU'i. ItOHtM. and tain ran: UUllir POINT tot their DIAMONDS:\ :

Camp handing this week and next ventional military operations! contribute sunburn easily, and Home sort ,liulppl, while another ".MI".j I and MM Joe Dorko. Mi' and UyMi "'. Tnu write tome In and I. D. BRACELETSCHARMS

will evoke memories of those hectic to the goal but final victory is of "cloKV, or the like for protecting Mra.. Ted Curtis was In Mrs. Arthur Green. DJIUIII and ;Mrs Tioy n""h'l'" I M-liTl your favorite\ rSTFKllltOOK : ETC.
feet on the hot sand ter Mra. Tool Ctirtla. was In I :MM Iveiy !( () IonniIn left rH.K:
able and Art. Mr and Mrs. Ernest! t tI Thomp-on Mjs
days of the late 1940'a when it was won only when foot are -
are recommended, for the children the hospital In Jackson :Mlita i I Wells! : and son, and :Mr and; Cede Hauls am :MM D W rn tC1It.\I'tI.: '
one of the nation's largest training to find and overcome forces! and I I Sf lUke. 1:1.NO .
enemy ,
to take all well n. the Mr anti MM! A. C l>vnnllHon. Wujns Douglas,. 81ol'IInl were dun _
Mrs. They re- -- I.
centers. The activities now in progress' seize and occupy their territory against! obvious! : wear. a tmthlng suit! Debbie and :Mary Kay. I|[ potted a wondprful time with!

there are on a very small scale as successful! challenge." |UM)KMOHILR Carter! and Dobbie Hill spent about 90 family nirmb't's\

compared with World War II days but Since Blanding has! been designated Summer Bookmobile hour weekend on n nulling, I I gathered at the Cjnimunlty

they are enough to bring back mem- for Special Forces training, local citi- for Hampton, are la::30 to U trip to the OkU. aha River. Center In Mlddlrburit

ories. zens will soon become familiar if noon on each second ant \f.l.. SU.I was to rlurn !Mrs. Olt-nn Williamson and REASOr ABLE OFFER.Hgher .

Blanding is being used for the first they are not already- with the men fourth Friday, with the Rook- home Tiieliv following an I children of Micclpnny!!
time this month in its new role as a in the "green berets.! They will be mobile to be parked across, eye operation last. week ut Monday: with her part'ub.11:
Navnrre'' Ave from the form.rtornt"a Baptist hospital. ( In Jacksonville. and Mrs, Tiny Hi-nnett, !
through the during
deployed area,
site for Forces
training Special reserve ) .
their training in the special techniquesof Grocery building Dates On S..tlu'dIIY11'11: Joyce in Bank FanancangPrice
troops in jungle-type warfare. Some for the bookmobile are Elaine Jones. Phylll Orlf- *' REFUSED ic
500 men of the 20th Special Forces unconventional warfare-raids, am- June! It A 2.Il1ly: 9 and 23; fin and :Mike thanks. left Monday Futon. Mi: nnd :011'5 Italuh) 36 Mo To Pay ,I
and Mis Ralph: Fulrh'*
Croup with headquarters in Alabama, bushes, and aerial resupply.The August! 13 and 27 for n week at the Chil *
I mother of PIII"tka1"">
are now undergoing two weeks of intensive two weeks' training is based: on ''Circus Fun Club" Is the' dren's Bible,. Mission. camp: at sprnd-lherlly guests! or !Mrs!

: training in guerilla warfare. the supposition that an aggressor name of the summer reading Camp Oilend.Visiting 1. J L Jonas In 01 mood Beach,
This \Weekend At
Although the operation is based at force has: invaded the coasts of Flor- program for thin year pon-- W M. Slade In the Mia Joii', |18 the senior Mil"Itrh'a
cored" by libraries. in thin hospital In Jacksonville Sunday -t
Rlanding, some phases of the activities ida and has successfully!' "linked up"due I1l1ntMleh..el
area.. Mr. Jockel. who will beat were Mrs V J. Slade oil)
are being conducted in the Osceola to surprise and resulting con- Waters of Fort
Hampton Elementary: Hampton .and Mr\ and Mra.Odla .
and Ocala =National Forests. fusion among the populace. S<'hool afternoon. will ..xp'"lnd.taU" Allen of Palalkn.LAWTEY' Jackson! I s C. was \\rckend Motors
Camp landing was one of three Hypothetically. the 20th Special of the reading programto visitor of his parenU Nfr. and erwillegar

sites designated earlier this year for Forces Group (Airborne) was already any iitudenta interested In I 171nY 1YVY t VV y1Tr1lT Mix\. Jiimra 1. Wntcia

special training in the techniques of mobilized and ready for movement completing It during the Hummer Mr. and Mis' Cwll Atkinson 'I

guerilla warfare. Hlanding was chosen when the invasion !started. Immediately montha. 8tudenta ahould Karen' and Debra called I
keep a tilt of the book.. on their aunt Mlis, Eiwt:
for the "jungle t>'pe" training while the "Green Berets" were directedto rend
Blanchard, Sunday nf lei'noon, t.
and All\ In the, clown
other sites were selected for desert: this! area to engage the invaders, for pouter. By, t.nsa: B' Drb.r. They reside In ntentead
completing the
warfare training mountain training, led by a renegade named "Pete." program.B.1PTIMT Mr and Mis. Jack Wnln-
and cold climate training.In The mission of the Special Forces RM.INM; FRIH.tVPreparation\4 ...................... wrluht and, family were visiting -

commenting on the use of Bland- troopers is to organize, train, develop, I day for .... The WHCS met at the homeof his parents, Mr and, :Mra.STflHKE y e

ing in this new program a recent equip, and control the local residentsin : tration and a preview of .1..1 Mr.. Otvllle BumaarnerTueaday I

Florida Times-Union editorial' said : guerilla type warfare. In an actual j I t'oweek.lIon evening of last .'.

"The necessity of intensive:' trainingfor situation such as this there would bea School at Hampton Ruptlut The president! Mm. buts, .k'I'

fighting and surviving in the rug- natural bonding of the Special For-I Church' ,la Friday. June 11. at called the meeting: to ,
1 1:30: pm. at the 'hun'h. A with prayer by Mrs! A. H GETHAPPY
Rat' jungle environment has been c1t element and the local people based -
parade and refreshments. will hanky and presented 1 the I nUSINESSDIRECTORY
thoroughly demonstrated l in the tough J on a mutual "will to resist" the Amertcanrdemonstrated ,
be (Included.Regular program "Hpunlih .
and dirty war American soldiers are invasion. ,,'UIa rolj'I- ''
classes\ begin
now fighting side by side with native The resisting guerillas (Special next Mon.l.iv June It. H::.lit ate pictures and mnpa MmBumrarner .

troops: in defending remote South VietNam Forces) now in our area request the through 11-30: a n,. at the assisted by nhow- t(, ." !

: from Communist aggression. wholehearted support of local residents church for all children 3 In( a film .entitled the \ITTQ Ili EPA: IKS

The fight against a determined and who come in contact with them : through 15.: Key Paul L K:.. Wake of the Santa" Mania"I i

ruthless! enemy' equipped' ) by nature in assisting them in the conduct of tea will serve as principal. of with a petted nf | I Ear"" Garage

with an animal cunning to blend with this much-needed training. Knowingour the school, and department' .". answers! on the miblert thin .".f. KINKS,( OP

the jungle landscape( and strike with citizens as we do we feel confident \- I' perintendent Include. Mr.. was followed hv the. business ) AI'TO itM'uii: UORH
session with Mr WelU kGET
.... pie-
Otto HIr. Intermediate' ;
surprise, imposes new tests on the ingenuity that the "Green Berets" will Mrs. Charlew Hicks Junior II; siding I>iiln>l the social hour AU Work Uuarnnteed.

of the American fighting have the !support that they request. Mrs ()e...m. Kennon. Junior I the hostess .served refreshments I Phone Mil.SIMMNA.

man. Once again it U demonstratingthat If called upon to play a part, please do L: ]Mrs. Paul Kales, I'rlmiiry.: Walnut. Ntarfcerin *

('\'enh"n available in unlimited not hesitate to help the Special Forcesrid Mra. Lester 8l' Heglnner.. Mm Ralph Wine, was hostess I \\ Hiitvi'R' : ;

quantities, aircraft and other military our community of the threatened .''n. l n. H Hill Nursery Ad- to a Tll-Cliem party last I -

'hardware alone are not enough to "invasion." You may be helping In a ditKmal workers 'will be In Thursday at II a m. Mrs Gilbert S. Brown al J7FORIIM
who each .. well asthuwe Exelynn Wise. local agent ]
guarantee' victory Bombardment from bit of training that someday department ftlandarj 4MI Ner\loa HtatlonATI

t the ground and air. and all other con- known when?-may he needed.! In rharg of refreiih- conducted the demonstration. .VHTIltPM
>nenis.niRTIIUY. showing what ran be done II' i
\RTIKN; with paints a. liquid rmbroldery. i n tTTrItIF1Uudg.t )

Toward Getting A Head StartIt Tom laktdino. Jr.. aim of Mr. I' Bach one was teen IIeenl..I. Terms _ltoad. Bervtcs FEVER !
and Mra. Tom atadlim.. hada .....' to complete) and/ "Mil. 1Id4.Ye71 .
party far his first birthday kept this. as a favor At 12 o' XT N. Temple "" ..rk.HURST'S .
win gratifying this Meek to learn equipped to cope with the stern demands ftaturdsy. at the Paladmo. clock: the hostess nerved luncheon

that an Operation Head Start program of education./ They fall behind horn (lifts Sal birthday cake. and everyone enloyed the.

for the Bradford County school and eventually fall out. highlighted. the afternoon for social I time as veil' as the. delicious Service Station I

system had t been approved by Wash "The ability to speak coherently, 'the children present. meal. Alt of town Oa Oil lubrication ---- ford safes' are "butflnrj out
facilities The birthdays" of Merlene "fiesta. were. Mrs Russell ",..II.
ington.As the proper use of sanitary IMIIIJ.IPM ",110", all over breaking every
one writer has commented., "Few the knowledge of how to get on with Kmith I t. and U"n Hmtth. S.Meie Mrs. Kslney. and I Mrs tvrrln Uood.venr Three a Raltare.ROAD (2)] tD) sales record .M. the book I
nccrie: are filled with greater promiseor their felIowlIth.ICe and! many more the felebrle hoots 'of l air and H f partyat >>Mrs. of A Jacksonville number from (.... ." at. urn: vine ....... rue t e.w nee.e Ford Feve H sweeping

disappointment than that of the /such fundamentals. are often lacking. ,I Floyd Mnilth Hatiirtliy In tended. ilomeomnln" at Fver-. ,.
young child hunched over his school among deprived' children. When these I U nipt, on. :'''rlen'''. Arstbtitltday green Baptist Ctiurrh A wonderful Ford's ride and shock your symptom Does power flow 'from yowr loft fiha

desk! If all goes right he Is on his: things are learned, the child's abilityto was May 20. and dinner was. enjoyed. by i Thompson Sheet power from Hoover Oam Oo your ears hoar nothing but wonderful' silence

way to the mastery of knowledge profit from education is immeasurably I IJ_'.. un Jun. S. a lane! number of members Metal Works friend you'vo got it Ford Fever I Conoratulatlorvil I
which will help make his life happy heightened" ''CTI 4ol'NII. % ". UIH..I..n I and visitors In the afternoona

and meaninxful.' Hut If things go Bradford County !school\ otlirlal und of several minor musical program was .I..n'. All Types Metal l Work Catch Ford Fevers.
took Brothers of J. ksonvllle I KHTIMATKfl.: KAIIHIOATION ,
wrong !sorrow, tragedy I and wasteare teachers are enthusiastic: over the Itrms of business up by WlUlams : FORD DEALER
: Hampton city council<< '. meeting \ and the (.....;..llIplI| of' AND INSTALLATIONMoating Sec your
too) often the result. possibilities of Project head I tart andhope .
I Several .selections wets I A Air ( imil. My Kleins <<1)
TunxUy. June Htsrte
time deals!
The Federal government l is willingto that this summer's experimental ll.'s Eol ..t. too ho offers delirious
The council approved the sung by singers from visiting I Ph. IMH-OTII I IM! I+K' lit I
invent $112.000,000) to !see if some will so !successful t that 1 .
program prove rutting and removal uf the| churches It was a ond day ij:
5.10.000) children from low-economic or it will/ be continued In years! to come. | large oak tree that fell the! rill'Rdl ACTIVITIES \I

culture-deprived' homes can be helpedto 1 Although Washington has taken the previous week on the (...ll.'| Once Methodist. : Sunday ,

make the important right first step initiative the program it cannot: do'i I'I Jon. and school" pnlJM'rt' I.. II | School. II 4 J. Worship. 1 II 1 a m I

in education.( This is: Project Mend the job alone. Only united community II||I No confirmation .had yet' II | and S p m. Prayer Circle

Start, whereby these children will efforts in cities, towns, and village (r,I been received for a data fnr| !Monday\ 9 a. m. MYF Wed-' I

gather in thousands: of pre-school! l centers across the nation can get to the real vaccination for .p.... here, bull I nexlsr S p m.-John Perkins

across, the nation for a nix: to problem of lifting the burden of cultural this Is la be set .. anon as.pnesible 1 Pavtor 1
I "nt"U.t.t | !'+uniT YOUNG HO !
eight weeks' practical training pro- deprivation from millions of IIIWRI'llA r' |
School 10 a. m., Worship i
gram. In general, only those childrenwho American children. reception for flradford'' .nd' p. m Training I
a m
will enter kindergarten this fall Project )Head Start will demand''' County I UIP> ICe honl l graduatesof Union 7pm., Praver Rervlr '

will Attend. nothing less. than all-out determination Hsmpton Haptlirt Chun h I Wednesday 8pm Family. ,

"The purpose of the program is organization and inspiration on .... held at the church Hun- Night!' second and fourth I

short sharp and crucial." commentsThe the part of the Individual communities!' day ....nln<<. Jsne. a. fotkiwlng Thursday. S t p. m Charles. i iPut
Christian Science Monitor. "It if It is to be a success.. Thin Includes: I''. the regular! vomhlp service. Harvey Pastor GO CHEVRON !
i IA to provide. these children with the enthusiasm and cooperation>> on the ]|'I The table setting. festered Churrh of Ood HundsvHrhool ;
'doll and" )
"graduates in capa i I II Ia I
outlook training and encouragementwhich part of parents as. well a* teachersand 10 a m .
... the punchbowl
will aIveth.m a better chanceto school officials.. But if such !genuine -;I and alongside... Ilible, II'ra' < m and 7'30 pm... YPCI
; open ItJinI
l.1 j I 7 30 m
benefit from the precious years of effort i is made on the part of all nation sanoam-emenl. and Wednesday. : p.

education that lie ahead. For experience rO Cemf'fl.'e- can think of few efforts -diplornaa." with the ".m..1 ICordrlta I Robeat I I Yates. pastor \
has ,'hrron that all too often thechildren that would t bear such lasting All..". Virginia Hro.n. I A happy afUIr of Prld*, r-'' '.IY T that young Ho spirit In ,

from these home are un- wholesome results for the community. Vivian MrCull c..". (srsMai afternoon was a awtm party ofL.wtey your curl ('rwp an a "
I and Otis. Melton. Rr- given for the elxhth anal. thn get fromClwvrm
Melton" | Jr rltth School l .1< rrMjiiwt| yuu
rY.................... Richard Jorkel Mid thla w*.k.1 j last Friday rlaa..i .had parti frenhment. *f cake sad punch HtrlrsUnds Isndln by 'h.! *, the lu.vlir. / ICI1M>lineii.

Hkh..t. .nn lln nt br durIng ,I .. in thmr. IndlvVfial ,.*.....| were served to those. pr_ntfportaored class mlJft..,.. The Prln 'Ipal f ( Aniyou'lllovelhatirflashinggetawaytheir, ,
the school was 133 clurlnc the artcmoun.. On "' by the WIU .. ultnl ei)
year leL| kindly '
HAMPTON 1 was Mr B < t inng. -running economy Their new whii er.
church the reception
Thur lay. V%. ocan4 and
of trey
During this week poetplanning. a little e rly an
them "
by Mrs. George Ken. f quiet pnrfurnuiritv, tUII. S) start today,
I had s1
third fradra a plait >
Mr JorkeU the teachers would have a lon. r time ((01en k' s
Rr :Mrs. n u_ inn 101,.. Rngenlath and Mrs and taker
Mr Rlgoton and cafeteria lunch at th e Hampton nan. ;oying the oiitlrn Thwmtrr : r 'e1 i swinging with a wmrutr Tunk up
rbe. 111.111e.aaaaUUaAaabaA.aU1. walkers are completingreports Lake home at Mr and I Charles Hicks, was fine and though' lit: off in style at your rwareat. Standard Oil

checking books and| Mr. ",.".,1. Me",. with rlJtel(1NAIJ+ rslny purl of U"' whcru tuht better/
Mtaa. (Ass. LVwperdaughter weather sac if ( alutb n, u.'ft care of your car.
Mary '
storlntr materials for the eum-i th. t.lIen., Mra !Nancy' Harden time It did rot ".m,,'" ''h W'! .tlth'rit
MIKM'|. .%TTr.M: > %'(r. mer In ,u. attendance report and M,.. Joan Nabnri II of Mrs. Jes.le Wil. '. younjs'ers' spirt U. Ttw llm a_ .- _. .
vrii.r.n 111 iirRR Mr, Joekel said there were ...l.t.d by anma at the moo' lis. left Monday for a veil of the afternoon was the Viol .. .
With, .1 Mr Strong murk I..., with relatives In HirmmghamAJS. _. .
theta *
an average daily enrollmnt total of I.1M! abeeruM. tint suuoe( with all the tirrm :
of 11*. Hampton Elementary JO.014 attendance dsya M, char was honored with a aurpriaa ., mines They will be the 9thi ? ..-
School had an average foe the IO days of school. party Thursday by mc- Mr, and *4 r.. rtotneila Jones i grade next yearI .
I 1 rad. *. on her laat and children, and KaMghBrannen LIiSTAND
daily attendance of til !held end ( r and Mrs Ernest: We' oy r
for the. ......... year Principal I On the flnsl day of arhnol ...""dsl"'"d I day In Hampton for drove, to flout Carolina I and Mr( sons of HunUvllle Ala Ii AR ri
last. weekend for a visit. .
the week with hU mother
spent )
with Mr. and Mr.. "Boo Fslle
I Mrs Mae Well. am /!*!.11I
aarc4 THE and rhrtdrvn
? I ed oher relatives while here
Mrs Parsons of New Klrhanond. -
ESTABLISHED 1870 lff\ Phllllus/ slid family i '
Ohio arrived ,last Hun- .
were rlsrtlnc\ Mrs O J PrillUp r
a .. atN 1: day for a visit here with hereimlnUw
raru :: K. L. MaTTwewa. Corroo -. PyeLl.rp and dasghter. Mr last week .e.
..,.. III
Mr aM JimmIe *
__.. Con- and )I,.. L L MeHoti Shewas II: .
.n wrraLV H Pu.u.e j gmnntham. announce the atrtral
abu atteivl grsduataxi -
1"Jiii(7101. to
'' ( .... U.... TMKACM < ear. Munlue. .u.rrl... for her granddaughter of a daughter. Ire. ) .ifrJ
I Anne" st Bradford' Hospital. on
FUft.'..... THO.."" AM. STxTtaco A* bean* CLAN Mama A, T.. and trandmn.. Ode* 1 pYlday June" 3
and CMlis. .. ... .,
| Melton
POE r Oct AT ST....(. PX.A. rasa An Of MaaCN. .. ta?.. I"Mr and Mrs .nord .n Weest i I,i Mr and at/a Ralph ,.utd) .4 -I..Mae.1 .Mlulwa BIM tjntt.tle oea-
of Black ......11'al... !N' C araprtiduM
C* THE' TRADE AREA! OM. TEAR I3JOOTJTSIT . BIX UONTOCi ftOC (! and ann Boooy of Miami were their vacation with K. C. DUNCAN AGENT last weekend with Mr.
>R: TR ADe': AKBA. OMB Yr.fi4.09 . 8DC MONTHS $2.23 I Ale u-xher. )of.... Jorcr Putch.
T T .
Brown Mrs Brown re.I
and his aunt. Miss& Bfctaoeh IUti I .V. Thorn f*<,n HI. Starker
j I turned to Mtaml with them. to I 1


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11v1. T .. ..... ... ..y.-....... ...y 1 ,VYYVTYYlttyVt11Ty'Vv v r At Keystone Rotary


By Mary K. SclniefferyaVAAAAaaAAaAAalaaaaa I "-. 1 Rothhummer Rowe I Carol Wolfe Honored]


Sl'ECLLRDi: BOVS'IS' I! y For 12 Years
ship etc.
LIVEN SENIORS: I The Math Award was givento Future farmirs' 01 : Perfect SchoolAttendance
AT Carol Stephenson based on America members train Mel oT! :
I n
Due to the weather, was
her Math grades for four mended to receive! the organ
Impossible to hold the graduation -
years. .O3o Chapter will be recom-
\ exercises! of the KH1IS
Football Also, for the best grades for ization's highest State Degree An achievement seldom
Ulnas of IOCS on the
four years Carol Stephenson -hat of State Farmer at the in school annals wa
iyrld' hence the ceremony was
held! at the Community was glvrn the Science Award. 37th Annual State FFA Convention o to ;t'' ? 4r !acclaimed last Friday with the

Church educational building For the bast English! gradesfor In Daytona Beach .t observance of Carol Wolfe

"T? a has already four years Moon was given June 1518. i Cay at the Rotary Club of
English Award. Clyde A Rodgrrs, Chapter
the ; I Heights!
been listed in the papr; how1(1' Keystone
\ Steve Shackleford. son of 4 1 Adviser, reported he has received The attjsrtive b'ond! K.viton -
''\ the names of thos3 wlnnrng I I
Mr. and Mrs. Don Shackle- InfoimiUon from FFA .. Heights HUh School:
various awar-a: were not award from f'' ': :; in Tallahassee,
ford, was Riven an headquarters established the enviable -
known until Friday evening the National Mathematics _.... ............. .......i. .,:Ai..L.!! .. i stating that the Executive Senior
tn" graduation. at'l l ------- -- ------------ ----- record of perfect attjn-3-

I Foundation for making the I durlnt 12 rears. of ele-
Valedictorian Carol Steph- Melrose/ Graduates Association ante
I I,I highest grade in the Keystone High r mentary and hurhhml without -
nf1j Idaughter of Mr and I

MI's Lea Stephenson of Lake,I School a test offered by the Throe "Senior, of :Melrose, High School : 'ulmlut.'d: their high;' school careers at .."m'l Melrose recommend applications to the delegatesat and will .TT a single absence or tardy

d.nB.. bad:! a scholastic commendl-aver- i Thi Journalism: Award:! went', inemrim-nt \erclt OH laot Friday night Int. r row (l-ri I Peggy CatchpollWanda\ the convention that th mark to to mar this,the she score!has sH In another addition

na& of 3.725. Very 1J1.nnIIII'rmw... Donn"1t'lwh..n: l.liilu U> Uremia Ol>-
to Diane Chapman, daughterof and IX'hru. Rye 2ml row! three boys receive the coveted ,. record of 16 years perfect
t.b1f ........ ,
Mrs Alma Chapman, for erman, and !filthy: \\elmter. 3rd rows Bruce I Flnlcy, Mike n", 'klu&lOIIan.; .... Tiller ( "r..nI degiee. Approval by this committee attendance at Sunday

Salutatnilan Bruce Moon Walt her outstanding: work on theKestone I Johntry, and Bob Ford 4th row! Troy Mrsun. I (]hire, Jim Ford .K.: .I. York and.V."If"11. usually I H tantamount I II Vtally .Muhllmfer (left), president-elect of the KryMoiie. School.In .
of ;A.I ana Mrs.
Mn Indian the Annual "' "ott.-Onln.*.. rsvllle||| Sun photo.Keystone to election by the delegates.The 1I..lchlll notary Club, and I'rhulpal I'lilllp Knuth uinUt furol to handsome.
TlicTnas, was ft close! serond. Not In r.1..turInrth" addition
for the past two years. I, three Putnam coun-l Wolfe In showing award. presented to the uttractlxr' KHI1S: from the
with a scholastic: avcrav of engraved plaque
The Junior Woman's Club I reminds everyone to start, Mans' names are Michael Mnlor at ttxitliimnlul limcliron\ last Friday. Keystone Done
3T I I _________ Rotary Club
The Activities Awl. whl-h Scholarship of $200 was a- making/ up their tables to Beckham 17, son of Mr. and Club. and the City of KeystonsHeights

warded to( Cathy Williams, they Mrs. J. F Beckham: Bruce I IFlnley
card: !
play whatever : game
was! more or less based ?n Thursday at the home of Mrs. SIMMER: : PROGRAM Carol was presented
"randdmiuhter of Mr. and have even 17, son of Mr. and! I
(Some ,
citizenship! partl2ipttlon.batallroundness. ;: : Oil Allen for their last meeting ST'UTIOSDY! with a S300 educational fund.contrlt'uted
i Mis. John A. WilliAms. She brought their Scrabble Barnes Mrs. J P. Flnley; and JIm| I Keystone buslnetumen I-
etc., wn, of the year. :!
was! .'If:1tl'd l : bv a group of five- -Why not your checker board Yr' Fond:! 19 son of Mr. and other
piwn' to Carol Wolfe diimhWrof YtR KtY Ml'S1 Following' the meeting the Coach Rhodn announcn: and several
1 fn-ulty mftr '!!'rs on the basis for checkers or chess! ? If R. V Ford.Attainment. to
Mr. and Mrs William: group enjoyed a delicious valuable !Rifts She plans i
that the Summer Program
of need and m-rlt pilnctpal-.1I I that's your favorite gama.) of the State' Far-, !'
Wolfe It Is worthy of note meal by Mrs. Allen. attend st. Johns River Jun1'wColtewe
will start at the Key>>ton.UejJht.s
i '!'v: the letter, sine she scored The p arty will be held at : mers' degree Is based on the!
that Carol also had perfect at- Vacation Bible School wlll| next fall.
\ School:: next Monday:
extTFmrlv hlh in her senior ir In'
municipal building: "uture Farmers record
the new .
tjndance for her 12 years at begin Monday. Jane 14 at lOUtS Principal Ph lIp
and:! continue daily from 8 a
Keystone School. She was se- I plsermrnt! test i iI the City Park on Monday r 6s t $ farming, leadership anj wholarahip. i Elam: Dap: :!Lit Church. m. ill noon. Activities will Include Knuth praised Carol for her'
For brlnt ValedIctorian Donation is limited I
at 1:30 m. The degree
21, ,
June : p. .{
of five facility Vacation Bible School will of leadership!
I ijcted by a panel weight lirtinj. Softball: I qualities
Carol Stephenson received ayear's. There i.1Jj h-Jive1
each. to members who(
will ba $1 FFA !
members for this coveted I I q also begin! June 14 at the Mel- football basketball volleyball school and disclosed that she
subset iptlon;; to theReaders' will be a prize for each table been active In thus FFA completed Actlvltiei\,
sward Direst\ magazine refreshments Urn! : :" at least two of rasp Methodist: Church. Children and other games:: and:! was to receive the
and any years
Athletic Award! was given, to )' 4 through JunIor Award at commencement for
: CARD PARTY PLANNED Miil ... "* : 1L1ghl I tports.
I want th'm flsi instruction In Vocational Agri
]truce Moon and this wns you 1 are Invited to attend: : All children above first: good citizenship and oth-r
WOMAN'S CLUB tabl' .
When have your culture and have In operation
bused ". not only on being a Mrs. David Nelson, chair- you call Mrs. Nelson a1 I In A special: children's: program grnclors are invited: to participate I outstanding qualities
>Jx ad athlete, but for having t made up an outstanding program was h-lj Sunday nt thus Knuth nW: the record established -
man for the Woman's Club 473-4110, or any of the othermembers i k1" supervised practice. ;
mod tportemunshlp., citizen- I :Methodist Church. The Junior bv Carol could be
I card party to be held June 21. of her committee: Presentation of the degresewill j
I team !for'
a choir replaced: the regular I i poimlble only with a
John Bird 473-4709; 1 take In the PeabodyAuditorium
Mrs. I 4',4 \ place I choir, aid:! several children ARE TERMITES by the entire family, and commend -
\ Haberstroh, 473- Beach
Mrs. Jack at Daytona were prcmoted to higher I l hor parent Mr. and

4504; Mrs. A H. Lagasse, 473- AARP Obael yes Birthday :during the convention's DESTROYING :Mr\ *. W M. Wolfe, who were!'
4753: or Mrs. Owen B, Baker. Thursday morning: aesalon. (Continued on next PagelMURRHEE i this
Auto \ also (guests of Rotary on
Financing 471-3000. Nen of the ten original;' organizers of the KrjMonfC'otiimiinlty ,June 17. Each degree: winner YOUR ncC' slon. The principal aldCarol's
i This seems worth mentlonI AAKP thuptvr .are ]1It.tur..1 ulmttM 1st row (II-r) will receive a certificate and record repr-sented :3-

:Plans Vary I Continued on next Page I I\ -;Mr.*. F. I'. Egan: orgHiil/rr and f<>rri'H|><>iidliig ;putrptaiyiJuiiif $9 from the Mil-States: Steel FREE 160 day of perfect attendanceIn

I 1 .. riK'kctt, 1..I.
: But There's Only One Best KEYSTONEDriveIn .'t'-.n, ,K,'. law-
JIU.h".nt. when ilcturrM.. tak.mIr.: ... : Jesse'! Tvnen a/Wvl his ffommendatlon -
: H. | H : MargurrlTr.wy \ l General Insurance
Plan If Economy Counts noon, the District C ZilV / to the other roo-
Mnt.. Laura \'anZ"'IIIt.Ir.; *. Annta Ie l'IIIW'1. ers will receive $10, the Area I FIRE (',unr\I.TV1: \ the
) an.rauo. celvert by Carol during
: With The Purchaser Itar Farmers $2$. and the',: itiNR AUTO novmKovrtrm
Fri., Sal.-June 11, 12 n urBi-ay. May 27, was a I1l1ct"BII iu the c.u>./...... A history Star State Farmer $50. )Holrhti. 4Tt47'18: !RV: F.. Can 981.3965: !)< program
o gain day fur member of the first year's activities I Wnllv Muhlhof.T. Incoming
.. Where Love their' friends, who I1nd\\ way.r r,5ad, } bya t>> fF.'b..UanRI' {:', All of Melmse sows Mldf>n1 --aa.a.aald president of Keystone, Rotary,
'In the Community Church I and Mm. Nownuln reviewed served as chairman of arrangement
C last week bv thi Ins,. of one o'
o uciitloniil building for a lun Frigidaire Zenith for Carol Wolf
Maytag *
.. i the Interesting history of the their beloved friend. Mrs! -- -
In rule-
o cheon program Day.
area which she usud tui Inspiration "
Robinson "Aunt Molly.
." Has Gone bullion uf the nrtit anntvcr- Mary
In piilntlng the morn who Motorola Siegler HeatersYEOMAN'S
o Bury of the Keystone heights as she was called\ by most I
uf AARI'. for the now municipal build knew her, died In a Jacksonville FREE U. S. GOVERNMENT!' <

Susan" Iliiyuiinl.lbavls licit Community Under" uponHoishlp Chapter| of the ing. It la recalled. that AAIU" hospital after a brief illncns. Fe dders 100K CN HKARtNO AIDS'"

City Council, ten elder citizens own vlce-pr aident, Mrs. Camilla I "II arlnsr Lost" (Hope Thru

Sun., Mon., Tues- of the cuniiiiiuuty met a year ,, Stewart hall been here A long time resident of Molow : Research"
I Sales
June 13 1,1. 15 fittu in' the homo of Mrs. VVI1liuni 40 years /and remembers when she taught many: year & ServiceI \\It'lt.OI'\ CallGainesville

I Bourn. Sr und formed I alllgnlorH crossed Luwreno *In Melrose HUh School Manyof :

the mu IOIIM' of u chapter which Boulevard on their migration : us remember having cUia:8 I I'll. 175371

1 The World ono year later hUll enrolled to or from Lake Genera ana I which she taught I Hearing( Aid Co.

.U luuth mcnioer. Lake Keytttona. A clvlc-mlndei\ : person, she HVO N. Main Oaier.iW.

In keeping with the occasion -I Much credit for the beauty I, wni ncMve in many local or- "Quality and Price"ANT1QUES I' 370-OO93!

A BANK AUTO' LOANBefore : of Henry Orient rciri'Hi-ntutlve|' of leuil, of the table decorations goes! +I ganUratlons! and was also

41 ing civic uiguiilatluimcie: to Mrs. Ida Gentry, who, At I I active In the Catholic Church:

I' guests! of the ih.iptor. Seutea I HI) yearn, supplied many of to which she belonged. i
;: You Sign5 For Any Plan, Ask with''' PfterSeller* at the head. table ware MmChillies tho flowers from her green.I I Funeral sjrvicei! were hell

""For Our \ Wed. Thur?.- Newman, guest speaker house nt- Lake Geneva, and I, Friday at 10 a, m. In St. William's KEYSTONE
Money-Saving ; Churlen McU.nve' nevi assisted. In d.'orllllnJthe\ Catholic Ch.ncl in Key- IS8GMELROSE
June 16. 17
elected District Governor 01 bieR She \VIIH aided by tn-j I stone Height[ Burial was In

r /NRPORATION aN.t Lions. and Mrs. "'UlllveVll.; Kmlly': IRon Hind Mm.: ) the Melrose C'm.*tery.

KEYSTONE STATE BANK DEAN MARTIN KIM NOVAK liam KeynoliU, Jr., Keynton Davis, who'' furnished gardenIns. .'1, She.will be. greatly mlsurd i BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Hcv \\VillljiuWomtall for she unselfishly of h-r
Koluiy [president; / and' :\11'11.111I110I11 Heed gave
pastor of St. AiuieV, end :Mis''; J.tmel', who I I time and talent wherever she

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height, Fin. Fpi j, "Copal Church; Mrs. Walter ', rouldCllfRCII.
-, cUd the large'\ "table hoiiqurtn.
ILl :Mulilliofer\ rcpienontlnti NEWS! ; ..\IITO SERVICE: : VITRSKItY
r The musk commutes provided I I
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly her husband, who la preaUli-nt- I I I The Episcopal W(men motHEI'TIC
two flute solos by Axel
Community. abet of Hotary.; and Mrs. Julius The Martin's Place: TERRELL'SGulf O.C.Carnes
Itnloh | Nursery
:STixImirrpn' with Copeland
HanHon, past president ot
.. the Woman. Club/ AAK1'I're.Hldont nt tho piano. Mr. :MalmRren TANK ANn Hlwsy and 21 between KaystoneANTIQUES Melrose Service lliwnv 100 Flornhoma-

James lu.kelt served and :MM I Purkett. corhnlimen \DRAIN)\ "' FIKM: NF\V: ,'..r.n TiIIES Niles! SE of Starke

as master of ceremonies led the. musical/ INSTALLATION: From $3.00 Up All Size.Lnbrleatlon : Nursery Stock Thatwands

BEST BUYS BY C & C MOTORS INC Mm. Kubeit Head, Jr., of Ui. numbers as given by the members. Dark hoe Work tsril KTRMTrRR -nnttrrlrrr of! 2 Fruit
OPKN 7 A :\f, 7'30 PM.
Gainesville Independent, was: : JUT -- SELL, -- TRADE I II Trees" to thane ftmn. Nice
hilt Service Kvlon Height 47.V4t7
guest photographer; and Mrs. Corsages were presented to Tru worth. withstands the f t Shade Tree. Evergreen.

TMI,. ws44 Yt.D CARL .nr WV SVIM TO MAVIOTTIN wvu.,1'11 TH.I.Y*.. myT POP .Art F C. Kgon!: was urianger. :Mrs. Newman, the sneaker Fill J Dirt and Top Soil I I Test of Tlm" Ot La" .
| A(.OtVT.VOM.HB NICH.CWIV '. Sl. Mill.GO)** TO pon.C&C JhCCOUMTlH .",,._ Special. guests were introduced and l Mrs' Dnnnlo D. Mnplei HltADFUUI SEPTIC; dowel ..Mirtxl]r" I HENDERSON'SService plant any:
MOTORS Haw YOU.Aso TILL rr U is TO <> ( WALK TMM4HTKI; can' and ench respondedwith who H. the 100th member of TANK: COMPANY:'\ PHONE 473241.1APPLIANCES tlm. Camellias A axaUa
potr Lit. 1NAN COMIN': Bd caphnir.Ml. !'.
rt. greetings nndljtlus of I the chapter. Phone 9<>!)-2311:
1 8111-M8. Nlghbe eat cII'
Stamford Oil Product
Nren TO
JWAYT DOwM e v.L t ,-;'" ...3r.k; :,. I ROAD !SERVICE'
ioOn'si GUtty : v ,.
: i T V Service Center Johnson Silvn A Oiittmnrd Service I'N''' \I. ESTATE

T-: ::: LOW-COST CENTRAL COOLING I. R. TRIES Proprlrt.rAlthorlx Fishing 'rsekle. hunting IK \ir OatraJDr' Inrat4t -

.d Motorola[ Phllcoj I ..qulpnlC-o..tTrsJ..... RH. Batty K. PR.I .

... I e C Sales and Service FUEL OIU- KERORIQlElnt'M&f'Ctlon I reieln a ed pnrrh' ; rentral

TN For New or Older Homes Ser ire 0" All :Makes Ilwy 21.100 huh air conditioningUrt .

TV R\IIIO STEREO:: Keystone Heights 4734907IKAUTV i rornrr !hut, wear

Coleman roixm TV playground a a d TawaKewh.

i I[ Work OlmmnteeJ- -TV Rental _; snoi .
Vacation' Specials' -- While They Last! Keystone Heights. 473-1(141(

I j SUPERIORBuTee S.E.McKay Realtor

1965, Ford Galaxie, 4-Dr. 1965 Chev. Impala, 4-Dr. Air Conditioners I' Salon ,

1 I KEYSTONE Jlcmrrs
V 10()T.: Above CottlntrUUUon
Sedan -Radio, Heater. Automatic SedanAir Conditioning. Power ( cxtmlVwhen Speeiailtmg\ l In Phone 47S-481A

Trans.. Power Steering, White Steering Automatic Trans., White with a little Cgvrlnc_ -foull. b.fur \ Allured. T-V Aii FORMS or DE.\". I
I priced how little- > l.miljr CM *n joy
l U
Sidewall Tires. Sidewalls tiff't 0 central .i6 coadittonin. la f'tIC" *>*'Ugurina. do ib. Krfrlc rator*- at Discount I CflTlRKTinting I, T.nn" TSBeidler's
I $ .Get our/m.* lacy sod amt lrkVtth' lvnlr!' << Dyvunr--n:..chlnf

r $3,195.00 $3,395.00 Oat how cMily you ru M r IT>o>n>T. Mmmer. beg WHEELER'SDiscount Cutting<< Kutumlly Curly Hair Holiday

ak, and. M ike PoUr Prince.ReoMmher,i its CoWncaAmerm't tepee 9 a..... Tn 3 pjn. a Day I

only bonded line. Store Attic 5 By Appointment Only RestaurantMnleratrlr

: 1965 Chev. Belair 4-Dr. Sell cooling. No no 2,3t V,3'{*.4-,J-,7i!' O > Citrus Ave. Rmr Co-op nn.' Foal PrtHd/
I And Many Others! "o A IMnwn Mplnwe/; Kprnmr.H.
Modebu OPEN:: T '
plumbmn. bP> OATS WEEKLY
r r 4 =s Remora !imralbtloa. Out. D* |o d (for ..., inmll 31451u1T0 'I IRr1aE\ Keynton Heights 473-4S3O: hJI Meows _

Sedan-.R dlo. Heater, Automatic Bring Other Dealers "'..aRt Price"To I sa.a door condtiuinn; Hale ia ,iota ...d trrict.nbiaet. I Ala Carlo: .MaJIwa trseae

If Trans. White Sidewalls. Us and We Will I Heat 1&1&! r r? ha.......... __.he-. nF.p.\1R I BI.ICRI :: Food
Backed' by $1000 WarnatyI 1.\WS IOWEKS
FULL FACTORY 1VAitltANTYIF I Dual Goetzman Bros. A I Block Nurth of RM Light:
$2,450 i Whuf*r-

j Used Car

AUTO SUPER MARKET Aloe Lawn Mower -Oatb*.rd,| AD Six* A All Make) and'3 T Shop

GOT IT WE'LL GET IT Phone 473-4565 Meters ,\ SALES it SERVICEWe
I' Hwy -21 K.y.ton. HHghU' Marvin.. All tkM Boy Sell Trade

ON THf SPOT SANK FINANCING' P. o. Roc 112 Keystone! Height! Florida Next tn DrlvM-ln Theatre Phone Keystone. His-sy 1110. &. ... So.tA

; i Phne. nsu.I I 473-3101 of Stark

_,473-4934.,;;; ? J< 3-4M I'I' Serving Clay. and Bradford Counties ,,1 Nuts A Sun. 47J-3IM III-r: 21 Keystone! H.tglsta k I


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May 8-18; attended workshop on Friday June 4. at the age setter and small daughterwere visited Pat's family. Of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White. : 7:30.:

KEYSTONE program at Alachua County't of 57. He was a brother of guests of Mrs. Charles Friends of Mrs. Dock Tlson head and daughters Sunday The Saturday night sing

HILITES courthouse.The Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh of t Hinck and son Danny. Danny will be happy to learn that afternoon, will begin at 7:30 at the Christ

Clay County Civil Defense Keystone Heights. Funeral l aspires to be a doctor but she Is doing. fine and should Mr. and! Mrs. Howard Arnold church. Everyone; I U invited. Is

Department has rescue I services were held in Jacksonville would be Milling to recommend be home shortly. She Is In and children of Atlanta. Our community was shocked !;

[Cont from preceedlng! Page! ] I units available at Orange I on Monday afternoon at for a chefs Job anywhere t .unty Hospital On. are spending this week and soJdrned. by the sud- The AnswerBy

Ing as an added Incentive' : Park Green Cove Springs and 2:30.: as he Is anaccompllah- where &.. >i'ii. .went surgery.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. F U Conner iKii death uf
MRS. EM1LE BI.ISEBOIS '; ej cook. in the and .,. .
The new! City Hall Is air- Keystone Heights day or I a gourmet \ V. Boawell Crosby! Broutweau, daughter of ..

conditioned IWIIEELERS t night, as close os your telephone Mrs. Kmile Bllsebols. sister' making.! of Jacksonvllu: have moved Chipper Wood entertained Mr. and Mis. L. A. Crosby We ....

TO BERMUDACongratulation : Just call Sheriff's Office I of Mr. Leo LeBlanc of Key. Into Wheeler's!.r Court. with a hamburger fry Saturday extend our deepont sympathyto Rev. Charles Harvey

in Oreen Cove, 234-3379; atone Club Estates, died in : Mrs. W R. Campbell is afternoon for the Burlington the family. Mr Brousseau
to Mr. and Pastor First Church
: .
the Orange Park Police Dept.. Ottawa. Canada, on Monday. MELROSE home after a visit with her Mills Little League Is still In critical condition in Baptist
Mrs. Art Wheeler of Wheelor
Seivice Co.. on Highway :21. 264-9812.: or Keystone Heights I' mornlnjr. June 7, after a long son.If i Baseball Team. of Oreen Cove Baptist Hospital.! We are all Lawtey Fla. --

473-4260. or 473-4851. Any or illness The many friends of you think nobody ever Springs of which he Is a mem praying for his recovery

They will be going to Bermuda all units are available to citizens the LeBlancs are sorry to ICont. from preceedlng Pavel wins a contest, talk to Mr. ber. There were 16 boys present ,
Recent visitors of Mr and
Sunday. June 13-
on of Clay County in any learn of their loss. and Mis. Arthur Wh eler. along with Coaches Harper '
flying cf course-on a five- classes. Mrs Edward Norman were We read In God's Holy( dally newspapers of our land

day vacation they won In an I emergency. EIGHTH GRADERS A Sub-district Methodist They have Just won a five- and Murphy and several Mr. and Mrs. M Royal of Word 'Prepare to mvet thy to see the thoughts the actions
RCA Whirlpool contest. whileIt EASTERN STAR I Youth Fellowship) meeting was day trip to Bermuda througha parents. I I Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ood' Amos 4. 12 The BlbU I the love of man. I see

| Eastern I On Friday afternoon. June RCA Whirlpool contest. Mr. and Mrs. asks .all the question very little preparation in action ,
was hard work that won Star Chapter 279 4. held Sunday at the Hawthorne Gary Edgar Routh of Wauchuliv, Mr. and
them the trip they couldn't i I honored;! Miss Laura Johnson Miss Wilma Thies. daughter Methodist Church. They leave June 13 and return and children and J. T. Christmas Mis. Garland. Oxteen. and "For. what Is your life? and in order. to be preparedto

have done it without their Orand Treasurer of the Jurisdiction of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thlea, Several young people from the June 17 While they are were Saturday guests of chlMren. / of Jacksonville and, then God) l declares "It Is evena meet thy GOD. Man

many esteemed; customers I I of Florida. at the was hostess to her eighth Melrose MYF attended. gone Wheeler Service Co. will Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Af ner and Joe Norman.Mr. i vapour that appeareth for a should realize from the authenticity .

1 chapter meeting June 1. grade class at an end-of- be closed. They wish to thank little time, and then vanlsheth of every obituary
!whom they wish to thank. on A SCHOOL NEWS and MI'.. Randolph
They wish to remind these personal courtesy was given school party at her home; on their many customers\ who son.Mrs.. Fred Conn..r.trs.! J. Crosby of Maxvllle.\. Mr and away' James 4:14.: Man lives column as well .. by every

folks that their !shop will be I by Edward Hussey. P. P. I Lake George.The school Fiijay children was a day that to look all made it possible for them to n. Conner and daughter. Joan. Mrs. OtJs Crawford of Jacksonville 11a so-called educated state grave marker that he should

closed June 13-17. | based on Mls Johnson's good boys and girls enjoyed'I forward to seem I win.Mr. all of l111l1a1'<\. Mr. and Mis and Mr( and Mrs. today, yet In reality he has prepare to meet God

COIFING SOT=S ness and l love for her fellow- swfanmlnr, dancing games, of with a great deal and Mrs. C. Murray P. T. Hill. Mrs C. H. Chance, Bobby Crosby and baby of not acquired the: first precept A little gill\ once said to her,
anticipation. It the I
The Keystone Women's Golf and of course a picnic lunch end of marked Slpprell will celebrate their Mrs. W E, Oliver, Mr. and Orala visited Mr. and Mrs. C of wisdom For the Bible mother "Mother my Sunday

Association held its last meeting man.Miss Johnson recently: r- in addition to which Mrs. And judging another from school year. 25th wedding anniversarywith Mrs. Leonard. Horn and chil C. CloHby Tuesday teaches In Psalms ni:10.: "The school: teacher tells me that
the lookson
of the season at the homeof "Ine'. fr..rn the Orand Chap Thies had made homemadeIce the faces of the students a reception In their homeon dren. all of Jacksonville, were Mr. and Mrs. O S Crosby I fear of the Lord Is the beginning this world I U only a place in

Mrs. Alex Brokas on Lawrence ter of Florida Annual Con- cream. Wllma's brother ItIo'u June 16. Sunday guests of Mr. .and Mrs. and children of Oalnesvlll. of wisdom. : a good understanding which God lets iui live awhile,

Blvd.. Thursday. June 3. vention a'.t1anal Bes.:.& Jim helped his mother and Elementary a happy day students have Mrs. Andrew p. Dunk and:! F O Conner were Saturday dinner\ guestsof have all they that that we may prepare for a.
sister to entertain the guests. children of Matecumbe Key d it) His commandments." better world But, Mother. I
where she had four days of Mrs. harley Hartley, and their parents. Mr. and Mrs ,
Luncheon was lavish: business received their cards but
Mrs U J. Leino, of the report
brief. intensive work for the oder one It will be few before are spending: two weeks' with son of Nlcevllle are here to O E Crosby, I Jesus. Christ lllnuielf de.. do not see anyone preparing

Miss Jane Davis of Atlanta. Hostesses for the social mothers she was a chaperone. high school a students days will have her parents/ Mr. and Mrs E. spend the summer with Mr. We are. glad to know that fined the first and great commandment I see you and Daddy preparing .
and she enjoyed It M.
says Robinson.
hour : and Mrs. R. L. Smith little Kevin Ellxton.. son of for all mankind In for. fishing trip this
Oa was the guest of her aunt. following the meeting much for the eighth- theirs' They will be sent
Mrs. E. F. Aiken. Mrs Ber wee !Mrs. Sara McDonald.Mrs graders I through the mall. Misses Linda and Peggy Mrs. Volley Starling spent Mr and Mrs Kenneth. Eli*. Matthew ::12::37, "Thou Shalt Sunday and Grandmother 1s
were so -
Christoffers, Jr. of Tallahaanee. Jan" Dors, and Mrs. If Debra Brault, Debbie Dey. GR.DU.IltJ:
presented the trophy to Day! Hall. In Orlando and Eau Oal- guest of Mrs. Jimmy Carnell Gainesville" Me
the winner of the Christoffers The n'xt chapter meetingon Denise DeWltt. Diana Ilgen Exerciseswere lie.VVVVYVYVVVyyyyyyyyyyy. I Mr. and Mrs. C I. Townsend after' having swallovted a pt.'.- soul, and with all thy mlmt" there. Why don't they get
Debbie Inklebarger, PeggyShaugtnessy held at Melrose High I "
ready Mother? In these
I I of Jacluonvllle nut last week If a man Is to to meet remarks
Tournament Mrs. Arthur June 15 will be the last wereinests prepare
: Leino. School Friday. Jun 4. -
Eighteen '
Ketch. and to the winner In until Oct. 5 Initiation ceremonies I ale" i last Wednesday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J M liver are God he must first of all have by this little girl, lies
Mooneyham. RidriekHutchinson students
received that
,nit Mrs. W. visiting relative In Ft. M'l'nfor truly a great lesson In theology
the coMOlation. competition. will be conducted and C. Townsend Sr. compiled with this commandment
aivj Mike Mur- long-awaited diploma. Dr. Lake ,
Mrs E. i' Martin. I plans will also be set for the rhee' ; 'James Neale. pastor of Faith. Kingsley Johnny Scott L, still improving lIt'vrradllya.\ of God. But America Is and all men should find
Masonic and Eastern Star I from his recent accident I Mr. and Mrs TliurmanJonei not preparing to meet bit the answer' thereto, and that
The Les StephT.son Trophy f'\TL F-NTERTArN'm Presbyterian Church gave the Is, That Christ Is The Answer I
Family arvd; hopes to bo home I of tidy Lake spent Saturday for truly America I.. not adhering
Night covered dWi
went to Mrs. A. B Watson for On Friday afrnoon. June Invocation.A Mr*, F. M. Norto
with his family night with her Parents to this first and
surer on June 29. I soon. very
being "the moat Improved 9- I 4. the Faculty of the Keystone welcome was given by
I'hono & tt'IIIJRCII Mr. and Mrs Edward Nor greatest of all commandments.We .
Worthy Patron J A. Wil- Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and
hole golfer" of the year Mrs I I Heights School were luncheon Brenda Oberman. Senior Class
O R. Starnes the Vonclle liams. who provided the fish guests of the ladles of the president followed children of Graham were supper manMrs are preparing to land a Septic! Tank and
won by the ..................
and: turtle and the members .... guests last Saturday of O. E Crosby Miss 3uiCronbv. man on the moon but we are
Ketch Trophy. as "the moat lunchroom staff Mrs. Juanltai Salutatory and Valedictory
who and Mrs. J. L. Johni omitting the only thing that DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION
Improved 18-hole golfer" donated desserts and i r"Skeets"l ailsson, lunchI address given by Carson John. NEWS Mr and Mrs R. L. Smith
helped otherwise with the fish I Sunday School, 9"IS STORK ShoWER' : visited lends i In Jacksonville really counts for eternity, I
Past President. Mrs. T. J room supervisor. and her' try and Martha Scott, respectively :- : a m
and turtle dinner of May 29 Morning A'covered dish luncr'on and Thursday afternoon. there are more college' ..ndI1l1lvrlaltl..a
workers. Mrs Dorothy' Martin Worship.; U a. m
Hawes. presented the retiring I I lack line Work
were thanked by W. M. Edy. Training Union IIU shower was given In honor ofMrs. Mrs. Terry Lyons drove ht"rdaullht..r. more lIo'mlnarlt'a.m..rl' .
Mrs. Florence Forth. Mrs Fred' O. Young. principal. : p. m.
president. Mrs. Alex Brokas ; .Phyllis to Ororgl.i, so-called branches of I'ump Out Service
the NicholsonCOMMUNITY. Pat
Evening Worship, 8:00 Glover at the StateEmployee's
Berths Introduced : m.
I p.
Jonea. and Mrs. Yaeko the Commencement
with a silver tray and the association Fill
] last. weekend to upend the Imparting knowledge than has Dirt and Top Soil
Midweek picnic last
rumenDally Prayer
Service Wed- area
gave a rising* vote of 11I1n'k. prepared' the meal for MIf'..Iter, Rev. Jean H. ,
Vacation Bible School neaday, 7:30 m. Rev. B. T. Thursday by her many summer with relatives ever been In the history of our
thanks for much she had done Principal and teacher In Chance Pastor of the Trinity p. Bradford Septic
little Randy Reddish son land But the Clod or the Bible
will begin at the I Peavy, pastor "Come let friends. The gift table wascovered
Community appreciation of their help and Episcopal: Church.W us
far the call of
beyond duty
C' Mr and Mra. Lamar Red- the Ood of all knowledge
i Church on Monday! June 14 I for sentimental as M. Thomas. Putnam worship together," with a blue cloth witha Tank Company
Mrs. E. F. Alken acceptedthe reasons r'Hh.' It confined! to his horn. the G ', and continue through the :, some of them will not be icturni.g County school Superintendent. We had our Vacation Bible bouquet of pink and white j I
gavel and announced:! that 18th. Hours School I flowers( In the center Tru this week. with chicken pos.Itr got ttl'n. I'hone 969-2.111 :.
are from 9 to 11a. i next: year presented diplomas to Diane parade Saturday after.
a board meeting would be I'I m. dally Mrs Barry Wy- FIRST' BAPTIST CllfKCII Michelle Alderman. Car noon which the pupils enjoyed luncheon table was covered I and Mrs Clinton Norni'n One only 1 needj to had the "
called in August to plan nextseason's | and of Jacksonville
man is director and each department son Johntry. Martha Scott. very much. Then enrollment with a white cloth with pInk. I ; baby
activities which begin The Men'II Andrew Clan! blue atten-IM graduation exercise __ _
will, have a special Mary Catherine followed.' and white flowers decorating m
Webster all
in met at the new home of Mr.
September a' rrtdford High School lust
subject to study The Beginners honor students: and Edward I'ERSON4I.4\ the center Mrs. Glover
CIVIL DEFENSE RtPORT 3'. to 5. will be led' and Mrs Leamon Ward for received' many useful gifts. F Irtiy night
by John
their regular monthly' businessand Beck Michael Beckham. Father Joseph Qiver.: of StM.rr' T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING :
oNe were Rlad to have Mr.
The following calls were Mrs J E. Bonner with Misses Margaret Catchpot. Bruce Star of 'he Bea Cath-
made or were assisted In by !! Elaine Lovorn and Susan Bird social meeting on Thursday Flnley James Ford. liobert olio Church snd: Mr and M... ..VT.VT.V'V...VYT TV.VV. and Mrs.! Jumls of Illinois .
evening. June
your Clay County Rescue! ....latlnlr. The Primaries 6 to 3. C1auprraldl'nt. Ford. Donna Meach. Troy John Beinr-u :all of K:"y i visiting In church' Sunday ,

Units during May. In addition !, 8. will be under. the directionof In Mr R. L Ennis. was McOuIre, Brenda/ Oberman, West were. Tie 4iy evening Bayless! Hiwav nUht lie and his family are
charge of the business ON CALL24HOURS
portion visiting Mr. and Mrs. TinyLovell :
to the regular training: j Mrs. William Few and I A social hour Debra Rye. James!! Tiller, guests of Mr am* :Mr Chi: nar, i
I was enjoyed alls': Grandpa Lovrll
Standing by for first aid at Misses Kay Sunderland and Wand. Wood. I
;' anl;! Mr*. Ward served re- Tyer. Linda Weaver fly Mra. O. K:. CrosbycVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV: Mr and Mr., Charles Crlbba A DAY
Mlddleburg Methodist Church Kathy Whltehead Juniors. 9 freshments.Parents' and Walter Wlbwn.Benediction Mrs. Ernest: Harris and Mrs. I'
Homecoming: two fires. Hall to 11. will be lead by Mrs. given by craG: Bishop attended the .. and baby. of GaInesville visited
Night t will\ be held her parents. Mr and Mrs. :
UAY-CAI.L 961-5291$
Lake; fire. Highway 214; assisting John Klngsbury and:( Mrs j'I at 7.30 Dr. Olan Wilson pastor of graduation of their nephew I
: Friday evening June Gordon afterTinwi.
VACATION lliniK* : Janus/, Sunday -
sheriffs office in Richard Sunderland 11, In the Church. to mark the Ellam Baptist Church Miss\ Ellam OUaaon. at Keystone Vacation Bible MTK-CALL Ofl '."::59.. .

search and rescue operations The YOUng Peoples Class end of Vacation Bible School Vicki (lomb played the pro Heights last Friday night. I begin at Bayleaa H'IIUO.//

for victim Crowned near are 12-17. will be directed by.' which ha been held this cessional. Mrs E.: O. Elder and sons TIlE': RIOMf POINT Is r !
day night at 0.30.; All Ih"l
Green Cove Springs; pomilble Mrs Miller' Wrinkle Mrs A. week All parents of course, Four members of the Junior Phil and Dannie left war you writ. font In | 1
between the of
drowning' at Oreen Cove A. Bralnerd will lead the worship -[ are urged' to attend. class. Jean Lively, Sara Bald for Out ntsnama. < Cubs are ,welcome and age Invited to _I.t"t ynur favorll ESTER!' : T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING

(boy' now recovering!: services with Mr.. Jack win. Kenneth Tom Union. end Mr E ler an1 Larry Monda'l nnOOK fountain pen. TEtEGKAPII. I
!NT. \% .':\ NEWS |I attend Commencement will be,
man with possible. heart Haberstroh as pianist. Craft Bobby Ridenour.! served as Larry will return next ( ,
Sunday Mass time at Saturday nlvht. June 19, at .
attack. Keystone Heights; leadera are Mrs John Ruffini ushers attend college,

man on Highway :21, Bradford Mrs. Kenneth Cooper, and William's is at I:00 a. m. St'j'PERSONAL I Mr' and Mrs Cecil White- l '
kf"d' .IIE'"r-.n"'B.-- I.'I-.u.; ,_ __
feel this __ ; ;;;' IIJ_ )'_NiUJ_ _
Is '
worth -- -
County' possible heart attack; Mrs. E. T Martin. Mrs (]foor. I Mr and Mrs. Grant Roth- head visited Mr and Mrs C

Orange Park Rescue Unit answered ge Colgin will have charge of as there Is hardly a weekend I hammer' left Sunday morningfor W Buff in Jacksonville last

call. Highway 214 and refreshments I goes by that wt do not receive I the southern part of FlorIda Friday AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY, I

Blinding Road- building collapsed A registration booth will beset several rails to *Inquire as to where they hope to make Mr and MM Fitly: B !

on child: M JUed sheriffs up In front of the educational -I Mass time We are of COUDM I their home Though they are Blship and flrltn '-)fOnt Run.f .

office on special assignment happy to give' the. Information still uncertain' to Just wherethey f far afUrnooi of I :
as : 11 gusta
building on June *10 to our caller Jrr .: .:;:: ;;:::-::.: _.. K I"
auto Lakevlew will Mra ...
accident. Parents are urged to register I finally settle down c .t7 Ullaaon\ at MeRe ----- -----

Drive: serious auto accident: their children. The' cloning The Ladles of the Altar j I they felt a warmer climate .\UTO AA US: & AlmVlCf: i AUTO) !HAI.KSJtMIIHVICK: : : IHKAIITY: ; SCHOOL) LADIKS: U'KAK: .

south aide Band Hill! Lake program win be at 7:30 p. m ,Society, art happy over the :I would benefit them. The Roth- Vernon Conner' U home ,!,

near Gold Head Branch Park Sunday June 20. I I proceeds from the Sunday I hammers have lived In Melrose from college to spend thesummer Barkley Motors Inc. Replicars Inc. learn, Complnt tuautjr Cherry'sOlnovIlia's

; I morning' Bake Sale, May 30 for over 21 wltn his Mr Ulrl .Woman Men
Other activities durln OOMINO EVENTS: Dr A yearsMr parents. Importvil Cur HrxclalUtrMCJU'FIr.MIIKNX Culture '*

May: Conducted' medical self I C Holt pastor. .U1 have a Perhaps they sill hare another I and Mrs. A. M. Shrlver and Mr*. r. O ConnerMr TRIUMPH : : 1: Tuition llu l.*U4 I Address Stoat For" uhlonabl.Ladle

help. program In Mlddleburir.: special sermon for young pro- I soon of Jacksonville spent last week and Mr.. Eldon: Heath FIATS A'.FA.ltO":" run I-LACK-MENT BRESE5SIJI'iS.COATSMATERNI'rY:

Orange Park Civil Defense also 1. !' pie on June 13. which has rt RS.lWalter ." i I with Mrs 8hrtvers brother- an] Itegilt Randy and ionnle PULlMAN SUNBEAM: Special\ Itruah-Up Courses WEA&ACCESSORIES

conducting course in medIcal -, been designated as young people's -I Andrevsen I. home i in-law and sister. Mr and Ilralh were Sunday supper \'UL'Qw. RaUs -r rUHr v*. I Central hairstyling j ,

self help attended day In the church i I again after teaching a year In i Mrs J J Boyle. guests of Mr. and Mrs Chester ,
; con 4 .. I KperU'ls (aBALEfl 113 S Ie lUrnnil itt Ualnovlll I IOA W TTnlvvraltv" O&ln..*ril1.
ference with Clay County'school Steward* 'will meet' at 7'30 Ranta.. New Mexico. He| Mrs Cecil Harris of Polatks Wool arid children ft' SERVICE: T.'. 171-MMI College ... i *

superintendent. Instructor p m. Monday June 14. I|, tautht higher msthematkc at spent one day last week with Mrs Jewel Faulk and Factory' Trained Mechanics. 218 3. R. Ul Oolno.rtll* .MotorcycleH-Hfooter1.

niP Trooper Jones JOHN T. IIIFR a high school there. I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R daughter Marian of n..uuCIU'I'IH

started first aid class for Clay Fiends of John T liters a Mr. Harold Sutton left on M Cason. vllle were weekend I.. CLEAN UMKII: CARS AIJTOSALVACJKPaul's : : I /Streit's Bicycle ShopI
County sheriffs department freque ;t visitor! to Keystone Saturday cvenlnt for Norfolk.Va MaJ and Mrs. W. F. Morrow Mr and Mrs. Maxle OatYWe J71-4I71 : K>NDA. MOTOHCTCLRaCtMhman .
'" ret to know to visit her mother who and three daughters of 8r
attended Civil Drfeme council He: into wlH) '( ;: Auto Salvage I _
meeting in Wasfclnrton;: D C Cuit: c-> dld In Jacksonville. nas been quite 111. but U San Bernandlno. Call weregucats Mr and Mr. W F Cooley ,, ; House of A Tous Um
murh Imorovrd. Mrs Button's, sat week. of Major )>ad ai, Sunday dinner guentsII I 3KEI'P.aifly We Buy Wrecked Cat Al Carpets Ihsea1I'lLAZundapMobrcyclestialea ..

mother Mr F A FlUpslrtck. Morrow's brother-in-law and If Thomas and Charll of 4 Wheel Drlv TOS' !I' ILIC I ES: mlne. .vlll.'* Only Carps.> A 8rvloaBCHWINN ><

;:>\s* visited many times In aJd.,.. Rev and Mrs Jean t)rfnn of Atlanta. Ga S KA.MULKRnronomy:\ All Make ModtU U*..d Specialty| Hhop" I mCYCLFS" :

You're hours Krysionc" HrUhta and has Chance and family C tarle Crew and famll' ,I II .LteTl'... Finee4 Ga'Ial fsrU "&fIU"I'ur.1: : l locksmith>> S.f. Work -

(only many friends here who willIe Mrs. Martha MacK.achle I pe a Sunday. In Jaeksonvlll: I II oaul H.rlaliclgway T.."l" rp. Sen' *I._W. Will MOItMIN: TI KKINUr. .. I '"IS W I'ntovraMr. AT.. _

"'tad' to know she I III recuperating left Tuesday for a visit to>> '} as gursta of Mr and Mr II I II I p.rt Installation a.I111e$ .-77" -

(from lifetime : California After pending: I Marvin fluber I IMr )Motor' Co. find Any tuf.t To*. Oil ).No.' M"'ln-17..-. ia I M

away ,a. .( fttr. '\t atiest of Mr' and some In San FTancUc. she and Mr. F 0 Conn I GaloMvlllo. IT...." O.'n."l1le' I'AINT: & (:JLASiiLiddell ..

Ms: N W H rdrnbrr.h were plans to tour other parts of were. railed to Folkston. O* 1113 f. Main I 441 1 N Taut HUxk Yard I _
( ..biwfla. I Paint &
:Mt and Mr Hill, Connor.I the state returning In about early Sunday morning b-cauv" Iu-un

of Year 'round ComfortFEDDERS who were' payIng: their rmt- twomnnths. of the accidental death o' I CHAIN SAWS i iI I Glass Co. -
B & G Motors Co.
annual The O Connor*:t tilvtri Guests of Mr and Mr he.r n-phew. Herman Dlxon I ..
-. make a stop In Keystone Oiynn Rothhammer Jut week I I Mr' and:! Mr W E Hallo- TADfU., C-,OM>MMOIII1.C: Air Conditioning.' << HeatingRUSS'S A. & J. Saw GUM AYA. Mirror! BUdln Deere ,

to see the. Hardenbrrghs I were 81111,'. sister. Mrs Larry war attended a wedding at I MALTA A IIln: VICE & Mower Co. Tub Fnrl: Mur.* Skllovr ....._

on their way to their summer Thompson and children. Sher. :'Pine Level Church SundayI rtJftoloeUon of Used Oar Window. AwningCarpl .
Mrllnmellle *
him In Connecticut. In the ry and Larry of Orlando; her I i I af,nnor>n, i Taken On OwftlUa TnwtMIMI I SHEET Anlsrwn. Wallpaper .-..

Spring. and again en route to parent. Mr and Mrs. Clyd '|I| .l4r.nd Mr. R. C Bradley" N. W. llCh. RC 441 I METAL INC. Chain Sawn rral ('"na.'U.' ..

their horn In West Palm Wesley; and her aunt Mra I I 0: Jacksonville were Saturday I PHONE >T.-711* HAi.r.H: Hrttvirn II* NW 8UtnUi St.OAIrriiv'n1r ..
Beach In Uw fall. We too are Ba aU of Nancy ** Gainesville : dinner guests of frs. J 34Bradley : 312-1'1 .
Ptisis.A .
Trrl "
I .ratrrljr
always happy to see Mr. Dr. James left last I
0'-1| Lackey "_II. .
Connor whom w.. han known week for a months visit\ In J I Mrs Elma:'! T Rlcgs vUltedMrs tn: : CARS I I I Se"vk'' "IM.ATINO:' 0.
II AIICbo Stales it Service j 2022 N r Hlv.l O"ln.-.1n.1
for many year I CtllfronlaRv Msz'Ile!) DuBoa who 1 t. a ,. Air ( ondKlofilngMoUJ. ''!Inn. 37J-3.T1\ t

JJ1i6MJ4LRA ),frs Lester Britton ha. re-i/ Alfred V VaugM of 1, patient\ in Bt. Vincent's Hoa- CraneUncoln.Mercury I I JI"-t" I Just> Off W...... Ko*..lINHUTT I< Ocala Chrome :.:.
turned to Keystone after visit-1' DMand spent a couple of days pita) lad Wednesday: afternoon CO)' (:I'ITII'ICOUU"TS: : ) Plating Inc. :

Ing .Hh ht'r.n and his fim-,, with. his uncle and aunt. Mr. ,
I M4 C. UnIversity A_ I I 2$21) NKI 11\ Terrac4 Nickel. Chromlana ..
fly Mr and Mri Roger Brit- snd Mrs Ray Blrt Mr and:! Mrs. A. C Dicta I THAT ALL YOm Cnpf rr.
J Osirw.vtfl.. fJI I">'""lily Metal\ l FtnUMn "
ton and daughter of Long- Mr and Mr.. Rufus Jordan j I and children Ian and Davidof I72-4U1 co)4cab.rr; : ritoi>i'CT: Cadmlion.
EaU.h ....4-v..._ I! 174l71 HIM. 114-11'. Slums Bufflru
wood Fla" Mr Britton Is a,; and sons of Mason City spent' I I Olrsrd Ohio are now livingIn ARC: TIlE: BWrr FIt... Cuttnm -..

\ building': contractor, Sanford last weekend. with. their par.i" the r. 0 Elder horn, whit. I CaLl CAM Edwards Building ANTIQUE CLKA.NINOHILVrR. : :

Fla. She report a most I enU. Mr and: Mrs C P. Perry the Rdrrs are In Cuba Mr lie South Main : RRA454. COPPCV' :

enjoyable>> visit, but was happy' J and Mrs. Sam Jordan. I DM .Is a son of Mr Joseph n.In..u. .1I.IUI ,Automatic Trannmlwilon I Supply, Inc. industrial lard I Chrotn :

HEAT PUMP For Whole\ House to get back to her horn at Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Flak and I Ksuffman DODGE DART_ 1U H. Ml_17S-4I44 ISM Nr Snd Ar.. Goals _
the Whit Feather Court I I tHai. ***-..u
sister, Mrs Mumma have returned \: Randy Miller. had a.. guests DODGE TRUCKS: rsvp,4vTV2.y p'T.. a

where she ho so many'''I from a visit with U>'lr Wednesday afternoon Wayne. SaIs.PrtaiisrvlciPepeeidh4. I City At.'tomaticTranimsson I TYI'F.WItITEILSHancock.: _

Cooling and HeatingGOES friends I daughter. Miss Margie "*. : Jimmy and Louisa Weeks of Used t.-- f.'AUDKN: : KlTI'I'I.iEH. .
Mr and Ur*. Emery H In Orlando and other placesIn Belmor I Inc. _[ Office :
Poole-Gable Motors
Cooper of Lake Oenv were South Florida. j Mr and Mrs. Ctwa tr Worstvtstief

IN FAST Costs LessIIEDFK1R'S In Jacksonville this past week Mrs. Patrick Olu-on and I Mr arn Mrs. Ray WU- tit s. r. i.t AV*. n.tnerrUz.rll"IF. R.eps.I, A ? Johnson & Paris, Inc. EQIJII'3IENTSmithCoronaAuthortiad: ,.: :

rtriUng with ).fr.. Cooper's i daughter Melanie of Falls llama In Jacksonville last 171-4141 MakM and Iod"TNI''IU !* Cnimipleta fine of -
state, Mr. OUabeth Addteon. Church' Va are gu '*ti of her Monday I I 5rrI'PLtT'YYRTII.lLaS!' Dealer

\ l\IIIIIJll\XCES\ \ Mrs. Addlson' two married' uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Employ*'. picnic area last Tropical Pontiac, I A CARS CUrr'-Victor-T.UU. .: :

daughter were both at home B E. KeDVy. Mrs. OUaaon Uth Mia Linda atrouchton. Mr. I Inc. Dtw'irnateT' PreTntodWORK ..........W-,.., A....... Adding Marhtrw Caleu1 torr' -

ANI COOLING for a visit at th HEATING of'' TRtXTK owe C514TflIPOMTIC ; I TIME-dtoeaM jw r*>*
namely Mr Betty Lorvro
Ulaml., and Wand man.Mr. I Cecil McXlnney" and Miss I I"W. : MAN I 334 H W sin Are. 1 ...1.......nU. with us ftr.l.52S .= -
Mrs. Judy .
CaU 473-1232 For FREE: I; M Eugene Jtapp Martha. &tsrUal of Jcksonvu :. 1 It" S MainOalnosvOto PhONE 3714474Oameevliia.
329 ,
sxti Are Gainesville\ {\: N. Main 8&.. OalnesvUhfPbon -
Keystone Height Florida of Qulneey, 13.Mr. have returned from a trip toSumter \ >. and Mr. and Mrs. H I I -
.aut J72-1IM I FU.
and Mrs George Sch-l I 8. C. where they, C. Kelly o* LftwUy wen *Ma, J76J351TII"l"RS.

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PAGE': TWELVE r.nrrlTT TKfP: / T '\ PW. 1III'Y'"n'R'1'PTonml' '' \ THtR4.. fl NZ 10TH. 1965

vvvvv1TnTv1yvtyvIt : with Mrs. Avory Sludo
II ,. ...... ... _
and nly! met IDnnnetmet ,"eut: tuele: mmin:mmutnlTiiiili: ; ; "
Avory Slade visited. In the | GOVERNMENT GRADED r" :r ov" ': ,. ".'.. '
I.! M A X V ILL E'I Baptist Memorial Hospital !

Jacksonville Friday afternoon !!::!!
I By Mr. A. C. Stada : with his father W. M. Slnde. ,iiilll '! ::sal

Phone 289-4191 Saturday afternoon visitors
of Mrs. Avery Slade and fam- .

...AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA family Iy were Mrs of Jacksonville Leon Fraser" and and

SCHOOL; MKWSThursday !
Mrs. Jessie Willis and familyof
night May 20 the U S CHOICE SIRLOIN ,

Baldwin' thel'r HiRh School officers PTA for installed Hampton.Airs.. Avery. Slade and son $1.09 t tU.
new Steak LB.
visited Sunday afternoon In IS ALL WE
the next school term. Elected the Baptist ;Memorial Hospital SELLI. .
".i president was Bryant' Brad-
in Jacksonville with W. M. S. CHOICE T-BONE R
dock treasurer Ruls and
; Jay ;
first vice president Raymond Slade. I liil ; ::! :. oD s7oaEs I.P I.i I.:.
Mrs. Florence Parrlsh In a. i : Steak LB. $1.19
Wilson. These were the only r---------------------------, ---------------------------
patient In the Baptist ;Memorial 3r" .

new officers elected. Serving! Hospital in Jackson BONELESS U. S. CHOICE FULL CUT, BONELESS ROUND
again next term will be recording y- r rU I"

secretary Mrs. Katherine ville.Rev. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
and Mrs. R. T. Williams READY TO SERVE
secretary Williams and Mrs.correspondIng Frances- were Sunday dinner guests of PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE. 12TH I ::: Steal 98'

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy, Brown- WINN-DIWIK/ STORM me. .
Sapp. Also, startng next term COPYRIGHTRKG. '' -!.'' S. CHOICE CHUCK 1r.
the Mamie Agnes Jones Elementary ing1. .7 ,
Ronnie Pcllum. son of Mr. 1 1 / 1i
school end the high and Mrs. Ray Pellum of Jacksonville i ( I ; : Roast LB. 49 Jl
school PTA will be I
spent the fli.t. '..f this.. I l .

combined. week with ills.. grr.iinolhcr, SMOKED 1 ,'"1 U. S. CHOICE
With school out now I

trips are planned! for camp the Mrs. F.. B.James Coleman.Mrs. Coleman. and, 1 ; : Short Ribs 3 91

school the boy safely pntrolH division sponsoredby of the! daughters; left Sunday for a CANNEDPICNIC : LB. ,

Uiival County patrol. One two weeks' vacation In Arcadia PICNICS y U. S. CHOICE PLATEStems
visiting.. ri-lutlves. i
group In scheduled to spend : 79 HANDY PACK GROUND i
Rev. W. U. Mathls, of Jack- I
July 18 to 25 and! another S Beef LB. 29
sonville and l Rev. C. K. (Honey ,
group July 25 to August 1 at visitingparlors Stew : : 1 lb. 69'REG. i
) Wilkinson were
Camp BlHiulin. Sunday at Maxvillo i:; U. S. CHOICE ROUND BONE SHOULDER

Tuesday night of last' week 89 HANDY PACK GROUND $199
Church.Mr. $ 33
Richard Dickson, band director Baptist LB. 4 'LB. I

and enjoyed all the an afternoon board, members of- Helen. /and North, :Mrs.Grandma John, North Wcllhausen Round lb. 79 WHOLE ; / CAN /I ;] Roast LB.69*

and Mr. and Mrs. Dave '" j; U S. CHOICE CHUCK
skating at Skateland in Jacksonville (REG. $2.99 SAVE $1.00)) ,.
Coverdale attended graduation .----------------------
The made the
group exercises night; in 1-______________________
Friday : --------------------------- .a..J Steak..L.69
trip to and from Jacksonvilleby Green Cove for Elaine Carter I : 100 Extra Stamps : f
car. Several of the parents
niece of the Norths. WITH COUPON & PURCHASE :
besides Mr. IHckson were chilI .. ..... :
Mrs. Marjorie Sacks of Silver OF ONE FAMILY PACK OF : -. ...
croncs. : .. .". .. .. .
Md.: arrived by .
Springs ./ _. ... .ttiH&JW:: :
Sunday afternoon, June 6, plane the first of last week : Ground Beer .. ... -1r.. .A .t. I.
at 3 p.m. Baccalaureate ser- Yv"i

'vice for held high In school the school graduateswas gym. Sacks for, a visit was with an overnight relatives.guest Mrs. I i 5 LB. $199 ; J1.JIIE 1Svi 2-L3. BOX REG. 59* CHEF DELIGHT LOAF 14-01. PKG. BAR-T-RANCH SLICED

of her brother i PKG. :
Friday night I
Delivering the sermon wits I ;
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. : Food ;39; Strawberries
Rev. J. W. Baillic of the Bald NOW. 20% LEANER / r 1 DauCheese /
win (First Baptist Church. As- John North and family./ I ILeondlas I i THAN REQUIRED BY 1 ; CREAM .
North, Mrs. Rob
alsllng pastors were Rev. D. : FEDERAL REGULATIONS \ '
ert Carter and daughter: ;ill'' r.. A1e1 2-LB. BAG VAHLSING FRENCH FRITPotatoes
H. Kirkland Rev. Clarence --?------------------" MONI'U L Cheese 29;
Weeks and Rev. Jack Waters. of Green Cove and Mrs J Marjorie \ 1 .

School Superintendent Ish Sacks!'! of Silver Spring PILLSBURY OR BALLARD CANNEDBiscuits REG. 29 KRAFT'S JAR, PINEAPPLE, PIMENTO, 4 5 J

Brandt as well as Reveal, other Md. were Tuesday night visitors 4/39 ; :.A.'I ,"-' OLIVE PIMENTO >.
of Mr. and Mrs. John ,
school board' members were "
Cheese. 19
North and family. After a ,.. 6-oz. CAN MINUTE MAIDOrange
present for the occasion. 1"
Monday night June 7, at 8 visit here with the North's LEAN, MEATY BEEF t \. \ SUFERBRAND COTTAGE

p.m. graduation, ( was exercises Miss Ruth wt'reValrdh'trlon Mrs guest John visited North in Macclenny and her Ox Tails .- ,29 :11. Ch eese 29p! Juice 5/8./

with Mrs. Albert Johnson.
Adams. REG. 29 6-ot.' Pkg. TARNOW .
Edward Kdenliold\ / son of BOLOGNA, OLIVE, PICKLE P--------------------- 6.01. PKG. KRAFT OR SUPERBRAND SLICED SWISS lI-oz. CAN MINUTE MAIDOr'ge
Salutatorians were Miss Lilly I / 1

Mouley and Miss Jane Lemock Mrs.' Florence 1'arrlsh was n Lunch Meat 2/49 25 Extra Stamps Cheese 37
j the weekend at Juice
held also in the school gym. I' patient over . 2/79//
The class motto was "a man' Baptist' Memorial Hospital in / (NO COUPON NEEDED) 1 2-LB. PKG. CHEESE LOAFI.
Jacksonville. .---------------------.7 / 1
finds happlncs only by walk- WITH PURCHASE OF ONE
Ing his own path" by Cam- Mrs. Harrison Adams spent' ; Vel I vee t a. 99; MEXICAN PATIO
eron Hawley. Saturday at Baptist Memorial i i ; PALMETTO FARMS ; ,

The Glee Club sang and the Hospital In Jacksonville with i i Get $100 Plus SOc Coupon i Pimento 1 8-oz. PKG. CRACKER SIZE STICK All Varieties! Dinners 49
'band her sister Mrs Florence I'ar- ; Cheese ; .
played under the direc-
tion of Richard Dlckson.
rlsh.Mrs.. Lyle Schmell and I 14-oz. 32-ci. PKG. PAN-RED! BREADED
Among\ the 46 graduating, I ARMOUR BONELESS 5 9 J LB. PKG. OLD FASHIONED DAISY
from Maxville were: Virgin. daughters' :: of Jacksonville visited ; CUP 1- ;
l with Mr. and, Mrs. I Sri $1 :89
Helen North Peggy Ann Lucas .: Sunday C h 59 In
Dluna., Gall/ McCJunjf, find Buford, Higglnbotham.: !. 1 Get Details at Our:Freezer Case 1 :._____________________.: ee se ; p :

Barbara Ann Whltehoad. Schmell'H daughter, Diana remained /
here for a week's visit L------------------------I .
Congratulations to these .
seniors and may their road of with her grandparents.1'atty I .,.'- :---. T1

life bo a successful one. I English granddaughter EXZLt4u & ; .(
ninTHS of Mr. and Mrs. BufordHlgglnbotham \
I ..
Mr. and Mrs. ncllI1nnouO'o rl'lurnethomo'\ '' 303 CAN ASTOR FRUIT Nt r I*
Harry .

daughter, Gene the Renea birth born,ofa I Hilliard Friday after with a her week's aunt visit and In Pizza ran ONK Dftl.PHO Pies"": HEj't+. Ii": ,, J p... Cocktail 51.No. / 1. I Ir'::

uncle. Mr. and Mrs. K.: O.riigglnbolham. BOOO THRU JUNK HTMOUTMKRN '" ( = '' \ ;
r.Y 'fDS5of"
cent's Monday hospital May 2.1.' Jacksonville In St. Vin 'TAN'w.a. .iH, Nel ,. ... _"' ,. 2V4 CAN THRIFTY MAID/ PRUNE

Paternal Mr. and Mrs. K.: 1>. Hlggin-;
grandparents are
botham and sons of Hilllard EXTRA..J'Jl : Plums..4/S1./
Mrs. lOmcilino I Dell of Dallas, .

Tex. and W. J. Bell of MHJCville. were overnight guests Friday( "GREEN STAMPS_.. GILLETTE STAINLESS STEEL 303 CAN THRIFTY MAID CUT I
of Mr. and Mrs. Buford

Mr.. and Atrs. William Fen- g-lnbothum. Hlg- :7-Pee.. "WHITE..... Razor Badc5! Beets lO/'l/ i GEORGIA RED

Mrs. I 11. F. Griffin and
wick of Jacksonville announce Aero Peas i' FIRST OF THE SEASON!

the birth of a son, born Thursday attended, a. horse show OOOD fHItU... JUNK I3Toouo ""aIEXTRA. 46o CAN ARGO PINEAPPLE f i 4
__ n.v "a mar
May 2O at the Riverside Saturday afternoon near Reg. 89* ''
Hospital ' I 6 5 9" Juice. 41./ Iy 'yIE.
in Jacksonville Maternal Don't forget tho Range Riders -ct. kg.ANTISEPTIC . .
grandparents are Mr. .. L,
club practice" limbs thisSaturday ""'I 300 CAN THRIFTY MAID[ PORK & A M e '
and Mrs. George; Kcnnerly .6'Jl GREEN STAMPS .a
..._._ _
night at the I IHn- -- r
and maternal great grandmother .
Lena mond I) Arena here. Come TWO "KO., Beans 101./ 0'
Is Mrs. Mosley a NINO .
former out and participate, in tho riding I r Onion Rings ; .
resident. activities : GOOD THRU JUNK ISTH LISTERINEReg. No. V4 CAN BLUE BAV ," rfh'
Mr. and Airs.. Larry Brown 'T.............. #53i f IU4LBs.59C
announce the birth of 01 I Tuna. 4/t/ i
daughter born Monday June' ti 'iiiK (111"1' .11. mur.i: .
7, al the Baptist' Memorial IOIUI' |I" .\MI IIHt '''cto 98 a 6 9" .
I Ollll I I 01 % I .'1.111111 ,
Hos '.,,1 n Jacksonville., ; .... IN rilOIIll' : Ml.t. > i I d.i...GREEN STAMPS. 14-oz. Bot. .
Lou.Mi: 'in l ij the mntcrmilgrnndnn In HIV M.lllil'. ill Hut I KHIIIUlMo : 39x FRESH CRISP HEADSCabbage

Ju-r. or 1" ANT TUHNKV AURORA k.
.. \'. llvall ,
Mr and 111.:1': Will I roIINeI I. I Roast 20-ot. BOTTLE THRIFTY MAID : 2/19x/
banks of J.ii-kminvlllc. I.'IN.\i. OOOO THRU JUNK ItTH Tissue 2 19' .
fn-mpr \oiii i; RODS
.... ... Ne4dV
Maxville residents, NOTH'K( I.S 1I1'lHII1111':0: ; ::- .T '.T .N Catsup..4/$1./ !
announcethe I Mint, Ihl) llllillTHIllllllil.' nil '111 HERSHEY PLAIN ALMOND WESTERN VINE: R > -VJED 36 SIZE)
birth ott 934 oz. or
/ born :Monday .
mm .
'' lny or Slay;: .1.1liinil
June 7, at St. Vincent's, I Ia'i.nniinn. of ih.- ,Miliiiinixlialliin 24-01. JAR DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
Hospital Jacksonville. MTH.Letha of the lOnliili.; ,,| h'I"rstn | |,,, IEX-TRA. Candy Bar 31. Cantaloupes 31.RED /'
>) \ Kyutt Onrnnnl'd.> old) n. ... Butter. 49 i .
Hell Wcllhauson In the 'llii. Is further Hlvrn Unit, ,.m.IxililliiiHiui I' Si... PHO.FAMILV 28-ei. PKG. CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 8 ,
maternal prnndmother.AIK.MXN of HUH MMn.1 r. "''o" PACK, FAMILY CREMESCookies RIPE EVERY ME.OS GUARANTEEDWatermelons l'l'Th.a.n.
THOMAS: earl, iynrii| fur, five run,. ,... nliwonkH ,' ,1\. | Ground Beef BRIQUET'Charcoal
uiMillralliin will I Ile "null, 39' I
VISITS n.U.V I 0000 'H"U 'ZUNI 17THmr
to tin. ll'.nnriil.lii, Th.', II .. .... ...... ,.. Nee 79x 79xfci
Airman Ti.
Hubert K.: Tluimai. we Jr. -nunly( JuilKi' "i' i . County, florlihi, fm,' 8 PACK DIXIE DARLING
USN stationed
aboard the attack .. 40 ct. FONDA WHITE I
ni>l aircraft carrier LIES ami, fur, rimil iliwhiifKi. ..r u Hi
Saratoga wan: In Genoa Italy .iiniJi-rMitiuMl. I '. AM w\iliiilnlHti. ', ii,".'i l lof i I I E TRA. Buns 2/35'/ PlatesASTOR 39Saves
from May 3 to 15 The Saratoga I 10,1, [I'Inlnla.: II .6 x,. .STAMPS . ; a.
'IIIo'I' :; 1 1111 viI'1ISII'ANY 1
now deployed with th. "I"' .1.\.'xtuVVlldd'7 ; [I' ANY .NNBO
U.S. Sixth Fleet since December :, n Is In tho ;Mediterranean.Genoa .r the hHuila: .r 1..1".r.lV I 0000 THor' JUNE 12,5ar NOBODYEx'YRA. You lVIore 1lV'JNN-DIXJE: :

her :llvntl. ; IIOI.I.IIKI' ;il1'lmt 1 I IIUUC. .. 'N'.......,. pea
was seventh portof iml.llHliiMl' I mi: Slay :7;'ii 10
I!> ., -TALL ws
call. Thomas
Is I
participating >
S-27 .M a n l lIII t 1
4n t
an International exercise /

called operation (Fairgamo! ; 'h.. Panel Itl .The I'uiinf .. :
III In tho central Mediterranean. I .lii.lur.. llrniir ril I iiiinl;. Klnrliln. 1 1
In lriilmlr.In -e M 1 1 1
Airman Thomas Is the .' ,.. ONK I' 01 JAKTRNDtNttAF N. /
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ion of Mr. and :Mrs. Homer ,UlM'IIHKCllTit All ..r ,, ,.. i4 .. } (
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Thomas of Maxville.I'KK.SON.UX/ ] I OoOD THRU IINK 1XTMft !
laying Mnlm< Or lii'iiuiiiili.. \ *S'4W I E i d i
: KHlllHt' Hnlll. KHtlltrrun : '' 'w'.urea 1 / 1 t -
Mrs. William Mclnanary\ of and. h .r y'm u )
h'ral aoudad' Nod 1'.1,' I.
Jacksonville spent. Thursdayto I'r..n'' nor Ialms'' "I' .1..wu"I. ,. r;vi IE X-1ot-c a viesso
Sunday with her parents s'hl. h n 0., .r ..tlhnr of van,, "ual' N, / MgE, 1 .
have I .1" t 'h" eatst? ..r. 11. GREEN. STAMP... $ /
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and .. -- b
it- .1.1 r I ".nod. let,' or "", -a WsC
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''Mr and Mrs.:! Ray Pelluni hI.n.-. I I"('Ih"...,ny.'Dort..'I..I.\, .houo..t.K'd ..... .1".,, O'-dyWlrs: CHASE AND SANBORN ; I SLUE OR WHITE ARROWDETERGENT "J-

pent and family the weekend of Jacksonville with Mm.. .I.,''I. ''lut..Ix. )..nlendar"I.. Sisrkn nnNil. \hf\1"1'101, .,I,"", OOOD..THRU....w...'IUNK.Moo' 13M..... COFFEE E COFFEEReg. / WESSON 1

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F. B. Coleman and eon. ,
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Mr. and :Mrs. Vince Taylor\ "' Mhllil he In writ, .E. uhHll ",' aex'YRA. ; ; it. ; ;:

and family returned to thci. Ultr,, Iho pharn of,..rod 1 /.
I'n'N u"d 1'1 "rrh'I 11.1,10 's ?' d'M CRUNJTAMPi
home Thursday night after u ,the. eiHnnanl, and hall I I'n ." "'n'' I
two weeks vacation in Arcadia! I I' hy the rbltuiNftN.. "' iiim', iii. ,sum TW, IX-OI, PKO. 6 9 59I 49 /. 39
N.. .shorn'V and nn" ",,"'(, I 100 I.. 4I .a1r HIM' GOOD X 1 ?
with Mr. Taylor's parents, Mr. n- d. nand nol IOn filed.' "hllll b. N' Buffet Wafers 1 /
and Mrs. Harold Taylor. void 0000 THHU JUNK HTM 1

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sljile A. .lI..hnl ri-ruti>r .'11.f t'lovrr.ettir tin. Lame Will, 'T T W'N'" Neo Fan-tout Quality Low Price 1 1 Famous Quality Low Prk. ; Coupon QualIty and Price ; Cixnpare Quo.ty and P .: ; :

of Hampton visited Friday af- And Tvoiiinivnt of 11111. Jon*
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