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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1879 7965 EIIADFORD- COUNTY 10 Cents




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i Racing Pie ? I i ,I I i iI ii iI At Keystone i:feat



'IVrniiniitinii of the ""erlot1* ailaytlmo |mliomnn anil the tabled, re htt1R-
A strong plea In support ot the School Board's 1 request: for 100 per cent of .
abyt "metime:4 tumullutnn I
tion or l'uundll'hllll'l1U111( ) \. M, Meant .Ir) hiKhlijrhtctl it\ :
Bradford County's race track was voiced by Supt. T. L. Casey at a hear-
money
itbl !<.'.Hn, ,n Hi'i t' the Koystoiio, \ lleiKht: Pity t tuiiioU l Tm'mlay! night.
ing on proposed local legislation in the :ourthouse but Friday morning. t UfAm.1. ii'Miiitatum t whirlWIWH h

His I request. eau challengedby A!!
tabled to the next"" nu'rl.
County Commiulon Chairman County Monpltal" Truateea.. h- current need duo. to the new, Ins by..a Knn -one vote follovtcvl Beam May I'r

George W. Robert, who questing m.200, the Bradford addition at the hospital which bl : rt lesoHil.lon II'I'11'nLt'(1by r 111./1.;
Hid It would wreck the county County Fair Association, bid hut resulted In.n Increased M"yul'II: I. Hi'u.iU-y err< yhl ReconsiderResignation /

economy to divert all of ding for renewal of Ita A,000 cent of operation. Mii-liiM the council rhnliiiuin r,1,,
Bradford' approxllmat $333.. .hara. and the Bradford Coun Waiting until all request for notlnn on m-cmlon t ;

VN in racing revenue In achool ty Development Authority, had been heard before prtentlng authority o( the 1'011111 1Thl'\

I. pu rJ.."..... fl 0.000. the case for the Cow irrtnluUnit. itdoplrtl by u Moody Out 4Y.1

Other itrong contender. for I Th. Ho*pUt I Board had ml..loner.. Robert auggeatexi; :).1 vote, with Acorn ituNUlilI" .

: a portion of the race track I II been out of the division for the following division of racing As Police

money were the Bradford I everal! year, but ecpreaaed aIf fund to be received In Brunt mid, Idler Hint he
I the next biennium. : : would irvimtldfi' \ hU. rr'elq. --- -

,Bradford County Hospital !nation and roittlnue to IIt'I'V" I llrililry: n.um I

Legislators Get 3 Salary Hike I15.0OO requeatlng( I19.20O i ,Hi rlutlriiiiiii' If IL win Hi,*' I :-.

now receiving nothing I wish of the other, nu-inbci handledCwiilhiue $JO MIU the salt of certain
If Bradford Couhty development Center. ,,' Moixlv. )loyl'd. .a''. -
r ij !<. HerveIti'niu rKxiilanmioita
I Authority, J9.OOO (now II Pity "uIN'a'vb.)1'd "lavllmi1pollrrmilil : of the action.
Requests At Hearing Friday II I | riphiHl.' /. "I I will continue -
receiving (10.0OO. uiimlly "leUntrdhut offered both
'lo .i>,ive HI .it councilman In IIU"tlltl.1 C!
I Bradford County Fair Aaoclatlon. *- I ( he wits. rmdv' '' to null All my life I'VH beptt.g. by Ufa in mul bv Warren who

I Only three alary increase, que.ted local leglalatlon rainIng .OOO I now receiving nftei. lie runic' \'' In for' ciltlelini\ uii-wilve stud I rant, chnnne.. servos ai airport comml."loitr. .

request were received by the I the bask! aeUary of .1.000)! ). It1; ; l by the Mayor. u.Nit
Bradford County {emulative Den from 1100 to $150 m.m'l All fund above these a- told him to turn In his budge loll and. aft Ihlnim' done, bend. the bitch from the old Inch:

delegation at a public hearing month. Each mount to be divided In the And that,. lit* .<'iv .ICI-B wotlUI, Ihul'H, whit. t Iv. tried lo tin" emtor were' at hU home and.

last Friday though unofficial also receive 125 "erpena* ratio of M per rent to the "be minuted. un. of that nioinont \Hi'iixlt-y. tiiiu-hrj. off the th..t he hunt( bought the buildIIIK .

report have It that more money" monthly bringing to School Board and 43: per cent Id- will roiitliiua its dLy.IUIL'I"'IHOI' IKinnvbiook rainier, when hei and Him eniilne. !Moody

might be forthcoming necet- tal compensation: to $173: per to the County Commission' eats slat. <, tlnil ninny IMMIIOII, In the Haul he hud accepted tha,
Bltating a second" hearing month. If the request la gran. Robert said that under thla ? 11111411 <'iniii. ,>uiiitHio. i-oiniiiuitltv trod, ieMiited, Iwr- bricks In lieu. of overtime

Rep. A J. Thomas Jr. said ted. anme S.V45 formula, the( ..,;p [ .' Inlnxliiiinu llif rl"lI'10m tiiln 'lmpioM-r' | ""Un..." in work he had put In for the,

ye terday that no additional County Judge T. A... Yawn School Board received $120.430 huh ......'lIat Inn. Hi'H..If y hud Hid cnnduct of the city nov oily

requests had been received by John and Thomas and the Commission $BH.5oOfor tinted a number Itt liiHlimcr" itnient. and until' that an II Inter developed. that part.
him aloes the hearing lat requested the fiscal year 1963-A4. 1 08 III which lie ,sold. lleuni exceeded Iniiuliy\ Win. Herded. of the. brick' .. hud been takento

Friday, but If any were. made to support a measure to be Itmid h_ l...opmiedRoberta __ Q. 0yp- hU. Hiithoilty "M rhullin.iu '- On\ being" |>ieo"r"l by llenm the Keyton HelnhU Volunteer

h. would not consider them sponsored by the State Xaoclatlon said the County -.- HiM'clflriilly iiKMUIoneil for, Dvierlllc. chrnen., l e....leyiiikeil !Fire! Station for use In
unless aired at a public hear ot. County Judg.*., CommUwon planned to earmark were" the. rrmoviil, of the slat! "Wlmt Itapiiened to the a proposed outdoor fireplace

Axing the aalarle of county a portion of Its racetrack Four years before. the outlirmk id the. ('Ivll \\ ..r. H daughter. use born. InclniMntor, .t thin l Keynlom: old |1"'I..tnr"| the air- I pram defended hU actions,

ing.At last Friday's hearing judge In each county on certain I money .estimated ,In :Mr. and Mr. .Berry irtffU' In the nurl.iwrnl. MH'tlim\. of llrmlf.inl. fontty .. ..1I'POllt .and thu mil. of limber poat"" lie a 10 queNtlnnetl' theante tiivhm that everythliui don.
CommUialoner Jerome John, criteria including population I from $10000: to $40.OO annual ... .. Hint pi'uMrty| ut the fiullIty. two I at limn airport tnd. elsewhere
known. ..* tergrern.: This. "Hun.lu>, thai ilmiulilrr. now :\1. Ka: lerUllklniMin. ; of II biilUllim and
cahalf of the board ,.- and other factor. This for debt service. of a pro- I Continued Page Three II )
on for I on
Mill uliaerte .her IIWlli birthday' .nnnlterviiry, i.t the. Inline ..f g.a ennlnea nt the airport
general act: of local applk-a ...,...1! bond issue for construction At no Mm*, however WilltLh..r.
I her. daughter. :.Mrv T. T. 1I1..kh.n. north uf, l...utey.Mr -
tieam
tton would aet the County of a new county court. any churuej that '
Dimes! March Judge'. b Me salary in houae. H. ald the board had I *. l\llku. >.*on. In good. health 'ron' .|derlng. her yr..r., .%...< ",.1 n<...m.1mi. | had acted for prwonal. gain r By Supt. Casey

lord .. .County: at $rLI B'W'I' .W.,nadvlneH. that If rare .... hantliert) her. ....flrlI-Ut.. uKliln; I w fetv 'mile ..| her Mrlh|>lii4'e.. miw or profit to lilniwlf. but

Exceeds Quota; lead of the M.IMO currentlf : track fim.ln. was pletlged forhnnd part. uf the. fans. ..f jiilnry lto lt-r. "Him' .....'..11.,. sea. a .rhllil .hearing thlmulHeil merely. test he end. uctrclwltlxiiit

paid. In addition< to the compeniatlon. retirement It would for. cannon near In the.
Raises $3,744The the judge also receive .I tall the pomlblllty that therusty during Ilse. .'h II War.Mr of (lie, Connell

MOO. annually aji Judge might liwe all or part *. Rasher has >..en. lltlng dillclren, .mill, I mure.. grumli hllilren and After twisted, vet! hill cUilimlietweiMi
of the Juvenile Court and of 1 '87 share of race track '* the .unit rhulrnmn. .. -
Ha mayor
Bradford County March great gnuxUhlklreii "|hiu> ) mi tttn shako| | 14 slick ..I, Miml uf tlifin Mill '
I.TOO a* Judge >y Intiodiiretl. lilleNolutlon .
.. u
of Dime drive went over the gather Monday. at II.. llliM klnirn. HIM. >U> lo |pay their ri' |ir l In, heir euerahle :
Claim Court, p)". feee from lees control of the 1e?.-!. .lature s founi: 'llmmi\ )Hoy | Issue Proposed
top In a big way exceeding fnrriwar. I Iand. (
by 11,244.92.: accordin the Small Claim Court. to the atat'* larger cnuntlenCaeey WHtkln nutvetl for .utlupllon
its quota )Ir.. Jeneva M. Flynn. Couft- countered with tll..ug..tion after 'iimilirylnii tits ,nr-

( "....terct"y to a by joint Harold announcement Davit, director ty Superviaor of Regietratlon, that If the County : tlon bv salving thin the cliulr- Tea llrmironl. "County Hoard" I iciest. / to, notify him. of the

) Mia Jane aked for a local bill allowing Commission could. tie up I!I' \mini. hud. .horn. .Hi tnt, only i.f I'll lillr mist,, rui'lion will 'meeting
and Betty
of the ll.HOO/ to be budgeted annually rare fund In this manner the over-enthiinUxtlc., Cinincll-' meet. In a n|>erlitl.. "... I"n .il At I the Tiiemlny. meeting. th*
Morgan vice director effort. out of which all ea.pen. School Board could do In, '\Bradford Road I Aa It Organizes iniin Jack' llahrralroli wrinulnl '1. 7 |pass i "'r"I..y t" rei elvv n. t" Ixmnl reviewed. the puss. track t inuns. i
19U3: fun l-raling
of '3T44'2 ..* of the, Rupervtaor'i of-, ame thing. the Mini Ion CoiinrlliniiiiKJ ,port' hv Hujil. 1' ,I. l'ii..1'un .? altiiiillon. and reafflimi -
Total receipt of Bee\ would be paid: including lie Mid a million. dollar Requests Heard Ili-nnrll ,added. u yen Vfitito .ii |lungs| Md.l| IN.I> l Untie. III intM'lIliiinetlUte i eat, its r"'I".t| uf lad l week
were reported on a quota of the the Superrtaor\ salary. At bond issue would enable the Mitchell Is Temporary Head Uu ii-liNiltlMM,. cliHtimciit.with . ainl. filtilie '* limilneefN that I sill sushi.. funiU coming. tollnuir.iril
I2.SOO. Major phases W I 1111111 ('Ullnt, he. er-rr. .rk.
and the amount each present the Hupertlaor recely.t board to put. Its school plant I Thurs. By SRD (:C.'oniii'lliniiii :
drive a salary of IKM annually.Mr In lint cla*.. condition. Caseyd..crib.d Warren c-nxlltm thus, only 'no.. The iHiiinl net In n rolled l lMimiiiin ..1 for ,<'hmil. piirM| <.*e*..
netted were u follow; Mothers direction -- *. riyon said that" tarompenaaUon tile awtey Junior ; Of Human Relations Group Bourn" liniiieilluli'ly, offcreilhi '' Tiit>.il.iy mm rung billildiM'il "I'm. Ruing In k....p nn pu>hIng. -
March, under the Woman'a of Blpervtaor olRegltrUoa HUb school bullingdn. I I Bra lford County'* road re- rvolnniitkoii.. Intrrpirtln. lini. IIHIIIIII. of 'tills .and ," Muit.| Casey. .',I'l. "I

of the Junior Mutchew in Bradford ,.'OWI" and said the old. qiiMt for the coming year the. reiohltliin" a* It vote of no 'I ,dhrr I llliUI-l" 'd..' h, Hie fill. feel haul K w i lit up we might(

Club and Mr. Charles Behoola. under County U the lowest In U* wooden Mellbronn nchool were prevented .t a districtlltal. llutoirl \11''. hell |i ronnelnfllii her" ''if the ....mntll''.... .,.IIII..cl". .and, tuinetl the, I 1 iliil I ulli nieililM'i' .. 'uf III'' 'HUH' I IIK Ii,* letting. huts of kid down, '*

n. $::11111 42 of Mra. John State. (Continued on tae Two) I I Road Department budj I ,.t air hlinulM Htutv t-il Ih..t unv' uilivitv .UI.t-1. Kuvrl I over. all lle...\U'vThe : A HIIII. | | ".iill'l, not I'm He *.,,,1 the Mchoul llorfnl

the direction I j get hearing In Lake City ant( I'rl."n. u< elei t..t 'temnirryihinrnmn '| 101.! rol."ili'il II\ 'ttlll'irenimiiitton. \ member. hive the rp Torode, 1339 IB. Coin I Thurwlay.Reqvented. to tlinnummtttee "t dlil. I Ui "blat ahead.. full
..f the Mlarke Hu- ,, reKirted| Inuneilliilvly Htivlnu
tau, under direction c011eC-1 Nine Arrested project. on the I mal lUJalwm CwouwilU* at i ass lust ,leromnienitiitmn only rny duty. In nffrrlnu. rrrewilulU.n. ... Co. Dismissed I I fi.ri'* fur the full.. amount"
Walker 17 3O High ,.,.,.1
Bill primary ht I It. urictJilfcatiun" merttnK U..tThurixlay roulil U niuiln lo I the. slid .arced" wit hili 'The ki-v people' In this
directed by U-
Road Blork. 1 Hampton cut-off from other Hiithoiltle" of Hi.Mjyui .. .are th* senator and' rep
Hiltliorlty right
Costello. Club$217 dance.M. Little 437.'3.Wen' _Girl- Negro Is Charged With ShootingIn B-301: to town of and Hampton rebuildingMRl4 ,, C C And.night....."' irini'lpal. of I Mayor A J or Thormin Mr said, l the. the ,infiu-Ttv'. iifflf, SIC .d.lvl. As DefendantIn i I riMwntnllv. ". hoiird. membefH.aln.y

road block. $* $7, Coffee 2. Widening mark to ClayCounty I IUK: High, .... ",...1. wan nanivl'I I 1 ,prints 111" olwiulil. I' Hill, 'if.IWmril .
Scout Cheerleader from vif a pre..U>int. and I not only with hiiinun. relation tinOni, ,"c'lI "" chairman 11.l W.
()ay (40 S3. Over Gambling Debt ", II"*. \ Charles temporary Ft an. In. prim Ipul of *. but with oilier finlornit the ,lull that hill. .. !Is',, 'n dnrl.i ,, ,Mtarllng, .llIn..S l "i-nple of the

Blanket RJK collection SuCk Hop.in parade It 23 Argument 1 1I 3. Rebuilding the "Kronker""Iro-. Stark'. Kleniinlarv.: was. .1..c.1 l well" such use minltnltoiami lit.. the t Mlrpntl. | bat, -..i, ,mnslydt.ctrd Damage Suit 1 ,igreement. with the slate Slut.p.srtni.nt .
$1721 carbon Road from .reUry. A nominating nfety. ".. ..r 'inKtiinie.. Iwoniler li) the m.iimrf InI of (frlniallon: In reKuril -
MM
under inl rini
ted 1
R55slnese. of aobdt.Uon.Chrte Parker., I A. Reno Negro Aaron (Jabot be paid back $24 of IL 1 to the Union County.. line to i ,", ..tt.. was appointed If ..lilw. ..lk< will hn I Which comr Ihli'lt-i I hid l tern I A II Mlllphr-e" +! to the federal. govern-
Idr I
direction I released, \ The bullet. traveled. all the primary eperltlralio. utpermanent .. I I lililtCI ment'. pat t In the school l
$3t9.M! Dance, under dineUon I Hotly, 4 eau 1 4 Two wayside parksatyawler (. Hi reiwrt .n It elut.l I I.iltl' lulled Isar I'umT 0l ,I. .n-.i, i .iiMiinirv, nn'il' lii'l-- ,, | milk,
I of Bobby Allen. $2.1. Spe- from the Bradford CoenlyHo.pltal way through tlnUy". body ) road project re.qu.sted I, | ..rta..1. iii. ni itmeeting I.i"fI'' I I. 'I F'lllltv, .husnusaingII | ....1 uperliil program
ell I TtMaday morning after I and cam out his left side I I In .n..tI..n precedingthe
e 'ent under direction were I iilfunl. f..Oil's. .n 4r i-o-'le-'
ra m.mhrrs.gre.d
beard
from a gun Deputy- Orren ..&.1. He was the u ninun i I meeting,
and Mre. Jerome rcovTtng: 1 ant l The plirpoiof .. .| opal,
Joe Valeniki"" 1 Bethel. Church Rout I n.lp ml In '1uwplgr| not
Bradford County that. If they u.
Saturday taken to the -
wound innicted ., > M.l e'r
I shot hI .
f'.itu
Continued on.'.*. Twol A""rann Junior High I lee. a. net > iiiniiKliI >10\ Krnne Line sod l lll.irui"
4 night l. an. argumentover I I where lie re.'overed 'in ]' the roadI I Randal ntili ,a I I"s. unit Kullier: 54uln.hrraTh. allowed. to IUM the rare track
School hool system Imprnviiiiientii. -
for M
a $43 gambUng debt. three d.ya.germ I ltNlt with 'all .u. ss nUtu* nininl, that .- money
thel I of the nine arrested 2 Lincoln City read ,' pluinlirr money "will have
Nine Negroe, lcludlng .H .11'1, '11"ll"'"' I .
i I'
21 at to the ph>' CummisainnHradhrn -
Road trom'IR/ 1..r.' foiinty
Heart Fund Dance boating victim' and ha. accuaed -,,, for gambling are free und..rbanda |I Firth 3 Presbyterian Church In '''demeanor ..f' -n >' ",,1'J'\ ..". ./ rnnnty. *|' MU,, ,lln tn rums front noine rylltlnnal. other
aloe! ar- of 1100 each Th* ninth a.urre' poMvtbly
aaaartiaAt. were / :"' :
5anta r. I fAke, evtendinff Jllt.rlle"1' ," "."li.I, Dl' 'lrlrl.' un'l l Ih' ('If.
'
Sponsored By cHargt :: Albert, owner of Ik* place !*....
gambling -I 'II.
rested on ill .
.
he Hi"
.
fnrnUnl a >'l
I north and Miuth. total length pnlliy. ''k'I i|
Interact Club according to Deputy her1f1' where the arreeta were made I I. mile. say lYMd from 8R mlttee cull 1 1 I.' ." i II I I'ttr.JUptt. i I.Iriin' %: fl.tiiMKe. ".i as I
Robert Oreen who ,"vU..t.P4 wa charted: : with operating a 21A dead-end" t to bout ramp and ..ru"K-I.K" : "hl. h I .nli'UtJ'if ..pieui Berries Begin;
freeunder
Friday. March 12 Ute Incident. Th gambUMra gambling haue* and la on Little! Htnta Ke Lake approximately ,it* ,,f Vtiirlo- '" i." t ..IhO'. loni|> e..l ,I

win be "beard during 1200 bond. two mil. I 1.'M..t t *rnl,l. i % '.. (iri..p.rly of the, To Come In
)M:00: I'.M. March 23 ,
.
'u.
Plea il.y heel< ? .
Cnmprldng the Bradford Inc the | inif i .

S 10 O upl*.. 8 V Single Charged with ooaault, another with ,, Board Proceeds '; County delegation. .. at the j t.nd, rel >tl 1<,"_rn',' lnr r ,n,,, MI> III ii hut( ll',, llrulford' County .trawbef.rlc .
la '
murder I .
intent to meeting were /Wen L'hI..yt lher Ui *4..ik. ratio" iiirt. Is ufhlttliitf
Starke Coif And 49-year-old Negro. Gary R"' With Condemning I' : John. Rep A J Thorn 9'olkra.'Ig tJ".".; .'< *Ji.rbHje( 'p, Hi- wtowed comeback InuVatlona trail
the |
Country Club diah. who |I' free wader I2JOObond. Rights-of-Way Jr Clerk of the Court. fnarle. lempuriif.. ; IK II .r, 11'wkt. : "l >i.. ('.....n'' y bit'.. vu4 with volume and i
r
week
.
waned a thi
Reddish kite and C.wnmuston.aJerome i "We :ire I i.1 ,'is" k.. .mlJl'1 .
A Derby l.J t i K' and Uk*-
"iinpri.vln j
la the 11'.lIlIl'
Dreltnunary. hearing )la a brief session. following John JeMl, rhv- If we work tog-tVe',"r ,, r;, ..nilnr'' It. l 1..I'.t.|' .: If the weather. :
I' continue
baa Iv lo
hooting and the eau the leguilattv hearing last tain., Ze.lra Hamilton < ;....rc" meet anywould pn.bk. .>" .. I'I .".iitrtr

PTA Variety been transferred to the Clr- rrktv'" mornmg the Board of W Roberta. and II I. Kbit" I rem .rpp'; ., III .. i. ."..t y thiiiugh. / ,I'S'Ir rlal.r4t.1Isubla the week. March *.
.
cult Court. Me was also the votedla they ,Ti_ p 1'.n ft' Hho..mi .
ford"
County' Commliwionxr' --- flats were old at
II). 1.551 I
Show only one of tM nine Negroes ronoVefniutianof "We cal wwive in s ilion t .. l unmiMiMr. 'm ''he suit"nr
with > running
auction
to plead. gouty .0 the ...... proceed for the An- i I tlMU will tee .tvli..>'" Softball King To Play Here > round Ia that in* 'u..n-- the Htarke low
.. '' right of way $52,000 Racing ( from A hlah of .4 41) to a
wfctch '
Hampton School tins ehargee. for .1'I dernn Junior High Xchonl we ill work Unc* I .J p..IltI..1 l milolivuKin' riecetpt (for the week.
was teed 1100Tb.sluoting Road and the Bethel Church Checks Mailed .on rywlatesl Isiahe. be/ga.r, .... h... Lsn uses ihblk.r stdllsill.. Iwo.naill ..rn.. v u' the Mt..t.. nte ,,0'tnUlo'l t") I4IW.140 We
Friday. March 12 occurred" 8trdaf i Koa
7:30 P.M.. at appromimately 10 p.1 I| wind for .hardiurfaclng this (Check. foe. $:A2A' lort *. IKMM. wilhoiil. 'ron. wit week ""lIh. total) of 44) flat.
to I-putyOreen. malted thl week to nth .h always !had Kbetween who h in.lv
according taut of the Htate .
staytevnr.sbf
m under the rounty'.eeondary foe Ihr .spat nee.I weather conilRInn
If
year .. I a' 1 'rlnrk. trr45g.m..nt. "
I 111 eoimlle '* theirhare 1p'sl ,,
.
rnl 1
nltht Florida' the wr'' ..
.
Reno r.lstken. by gen
in. I road nil t\te given apt l.OOO and
peogcamAbout _._...$ wtrkklas4.. massager 101 11. bftween
pot owned aad operated by 19 pareele,, will .hire nt the' Marsh rare track art. n4orM ..* itlH.... .and l lKff J 4ansrwe ye.t.rday by T tap '. '! I.Six* flat are expected at lhnvirket

Till-* Space Coatrlba'' Thoma BOllktn( Albert to b.. condemned on the And i II.t fend rfletrtnutlonComptroller mi rMl why w* *nrwifKt'inne "'' .neal ,....... In' their bill at complaint, f'rhUy ami' Saturday
... rM soil
ever tIN Ray Oreen reported thai re'' .. ...._.. .. know M the. MoixlmlI tt w.rthall w 5.1.8> their
Weekly to .PwblkizeCommunity During aa argument >r>on roevd, A new eurvey will to eajoy / ... anal at.un"r. We mhould, be In full prod'leU" >
Events by gamMMig debt ReHmah hot be repaired" on the Bethel nut e..-ri cmtntv .lies ,,,.n.p', Ho r.ann.r.i'. .-. A., mnre. Irlili with a _fl.n.ll. ,Ifc... II itt*.fcM with a lap pr'ifiertv *" d.en,4ed. I" the. ,. by March 23 If I

Holly. oo Urn n tk* cheat Church road since the Com rwelved a tirfil *>f II 4.0(1) )1,. ...r fhillv! for ?t.ik netr : .. .r end l ........" %m
The CommunityState .with a JK caliber automatic mlneion recently decided to thus far in thee fiscal l year. ai.en i : having" then ,1.1- !I1f. h_ been .I..r..1 l ll as r-t- ..,.... "rpsets C,'. I'le GJ" I, ..", ,011. \ NUnaaer. Phil Cronk. ,

ptacoi. IUddali told. trpity eliminate two right angle repre..titmg IZ2i.sit> .in- .. .i ...rara"ju-f .> .... >u .nUr seat "I. foar-MMM leans. h" heen railed. .'iM. apr 1,1 (rims the gerbige. it. raid III.y

Bank r.....* UMt h* loaned Holly turn. hef.>re it ettlere 1 "r2'V> ereaice iwoJ ime cr'Ilast I., T S "t...'l\r ,. .,, .kMi In erflb.sll." vJur
.. &N pony but Holly cl im> year

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PAOli: TWO BRADFORD COrVTY TELEGRAPH STA- .*"*. FLORIDA THURSDAY MAR. 11. 19611
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-- Local admittances to Doc- :Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Moon \, 1 I Charles Sawyer, president' elect's parents.A I after spending several week!. vacation In Indiana with r4..
Who'll Getlacing
1 tor's Hospital this week include -\ (of Poland, N. Y. are spending I of the Starke-Bradford Coun- miscellaneous shower will with her granddaughter, Mrs latives and friends.

Carol Ann Hardy, Lorotta ten 1 days with Mrs. G. L, Far-. I r ty Chamber of Commerce, be held Thursday night Joseph Lucas and TannUy. Friends of Mrs. Sadie Greeri
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Suiting, and Carol Y. 'ber. linked for an enabling art to March 11, In honor of Miss Claude Oreen attended will be Interested to know ,

Brown of Starke; Mrs. Betty Mr. and\ :Mrs. John Arthur ,Pie? alluw the City of Starke to Harris at the home of Mrs. morning services Sunday; a. that she was able to return to ,:

_. Lou Hag-an of Lake B '.ler; K iltli!!h of N. Broadway. St. take advantage of Federal Buddy Browning Oak Grove Church near Mac- work on Monday of this week

GLADYS MOOTY\ Mrs. Elsie:: Ciirlton and WU- have moved to 509 E. Brown- Urban Renewal programs: Mr. and Mrs. Buford clenny. from a recent Illness Mrs::

V \ lam Stephens of Ralford; and (Continued Front Page One] and the four-luning of U.S. WhItehead entertained with a Newn Burney of stark, Oreen's daughter Flo. was re-
Phone I..e.Mr.
961-0651
Stephen' i>. Crews of Lawtey. .. Virginia McGuire of building 1..' no win use Itaiein I, 301 to the Georgia line. party at their home Saturday visited Friday night with Mi. ;eased from a Jacksonville

Airs.] Carl S. S well was Orlando was visiting her mother \ a disgrace to the school sys .Hep. A. J. Thomas Jr. announced night, Feb. 27. honoring their and Mrs Claude Green hospital last Thursday and

railed i to Roanoke Rapids, JV. Mrs. Krrol Alvarez, ov- f fen and Brook hU intention to Introduce daughter, Barbara, on her Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Austin was able to return to her
tem. Hi.-iip/loii
Mrs. Larry Latham of Philadelphia Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs.J. C. on Tuesday by the serious. the wockcnd.Mr. schools.also! need 9123,000 a claim bill covering eighteenth birthday. About 20 Eliza Austin, and Cecil home In Sneads.

:! Pa. is spending several B. Sapp visited Mia. Thel- lllneHH of her father. : and Mrs. N. S. Dankelof ouch alleged damage that Lesley /guests enjoyed playing games Beckum of Jacksonville atv Friend of Mrs. Joe Ellis.

weeks with her brother- ma Steele! In Oalneavllle Sun- lr and 1 Mrs,, Calvin J. St. Cloud will spend the spent> on them Casey J. Crews incurred during an by an outdoor fire and party Mrs. Nettle Michael of Mac, will be Interested to know she

in-law' and sinter, Mr. and ; day aftcinoon. Houpt attended the executive weekend with Mr. and MI... said.The '. said I arrest .bY the Florida Highway ) refreshments were served. elenny visit! :*! last Wednesday< : was able to leave a nursing
gupeilntemlent
Mrs.. W."A..Salono. Mr. and Mrs Roy Wingate I board meeting of the Florida :Meed: Lewis. Patrol In Law-toy on Ap- Mr. and: Mrs. Homer Thomas with Mr. and Mrs. Randolpl home last week and Is at the
that the wan coming
Friends of Linda Sue Matte of Callahan were weekend Obteopathlc :Medical Association Mr. and Mm. Gilbert Gold. day would ,11 1, 1$111.Air and children spent Wed Crosby home of her daughter In
I when feeder schools"
will be Interested to learn of visitors of Mr. and Mrs Tyler and the Auxiliary meet wire have moved to the Bridges neaday to Friday of last weekin Friends of Randolph Crob Jacksonville
n'''o have to be HccrciliV.d\ in
her marriage to Steve:McGuire I Jones. They visited! the Azalea ing at the International Airport house at 427 N. Cherry Roanoke Ala. with Mrs. will be Interested to know h' Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parish
t f urder to have an accredited I
of the Homestead Air Force i Festival In Palatka Sunday''' Inn at Tumpa on Saturday Street::! which they have purchased ClearedAt Thomas' mother. Mrs. W. H was able to return to work or and family visited Sunday in .
school. He
consolklated high "
Base, Miami, which took place' afternoon. i :March 6. and sold their home Rape." Tuesday. of this week after hit Lawtey with, Mr. and Mrs.

at Porrlne Peters Methodist SSfft.;, Jerry Lawson. and :\ Calvin J. Houpt, member at. 1251: Johns Prlvo, Saratoga said that tuUcnta\ in the. Mrs. Clause:! Green returned recent Illness Also J. C Car Rudy Hlgglnbotham and family.
smaller.schools. are just as entitled
Church, Miami on Friday Mrs Merlynn Helms of or- of tho Kloi-ldot Mental Heights, to Mr. and Mrs. .Mor, to her home last Monday ter Is slowly Improving froir .

:March 5, with the pastor lando were Sunday visitors of Health Advisory Planning gan Rlchardc of the,State to better library service :Keystone night after spending several his accident of several month Mr*. Jim Bird and children!

Rev. J. T. Sofge Jr. officiating Mr and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Council attended the iln.il Pa rnt. guidance, counseling, and days In St Vincent's Hospitalin ago. :of Jacksonville visited laq!

:. Linda Is the oldest Mrs. W. O. Halle was called meeting of the full council at Mr. and Mrs. .CarLilaihows speech I : therapy as ,ate those Continued( From Page One 1 Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Randolph Thursday: with Mrs. Johnny}

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to Miami last week! by the I 0 a.m. onIarch: 8 at the wero Sunday dinner guests of In the laiRer scl1oolll.I : and Mrs. Avory )Slade visited Crosby vUlted Sunday ,,11 Dover and daughters. '
!'We in a transition had been done legally
.... Woodfln Italic of Miami and serious illness of her daugh-i Cherry I'laza Hotel in Orion1do. Mr. and Mrs. E. -T. ,Breaaeale I ate read letter to the ,Civil Saturday of last week In Mkkllebur-ith Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat} ,I

the granddaughter of Mrs. WO ter-ln-law Mrs Jack Halle, I In High ,Springs. I period in our school system, a sale Hampton with Mr. and Mrs B.'C Butler. have been confined to theln

Halle of Staike. Only the who Is confined in the Cedars j Mrs Alice Altman of :Miami Mr. and Mrs. Blair Phares Cusey said..and are faced l with v1&tion'iency on the of his W. M. Slade. Mr. and Vtrs. Steve Sturdi: home with the flu. We wis, 1

Immediate:! family attended. of Lebanon Hospital was the guest of Mrs. Alma of Jacksonville! Mr. and Mr the necessity of moving into of property In support Bufoitt Hloxlnbotham waj cant of Canton Onto wen the Sweats and all others 1 I

:Miss Jean Mundy of Talla- Mr and Mrs. W. 'P..Her long I,,, Stlll'hnghlle hero to attend 1 Henry Rogers of .Waldo\ and the ,field of vocational train- statement.' also defended:! the I able to return to his home weekend guests of Mr. ant the community a speedy red

hass"e will be home for the have had as visitors :Mr and funeral gervkcs for Eddie. Mrs. Ruth Frazier were ,Bun- ingA recent high school v Warren last Wednesday from Bradford Mrs. Paul Helms.MM covery- ;
.. showed 83,2 .cent conduct.of .the Council In regard '
that
wefksnd. \Mrs Mark N. Herlong of Stat'ling. day visitors of Mr..,Henry O- poll per "We've I County Hospital In Starke. John North an/ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pelluml!

:Muses Elizabeth! Lawson Jacksonville on Friday eveningand I Mr. and Mis. E. E. Edwards 'Ha ra.Mrs.. of students .here desire some to the' airport.build the Lyle Schmell of Jacksonvilleand daughter Helen, were on Uv and family of Jacksonville.
hard to
end: Mary l Dley of Riviera Mr and Mrs., ., F. 'V.jHer- '' of Jacksonville were Saturday A. F. Sauls. and Mrs. degree of vocational training been t.r1.na' "and this!! son-in-law of Mr. and sick list last t weekend. Olad tr were Friday night and Satur-t
said
; he ,
Bea the weekend with 'I' A. "We must try to meet t tbia airport I Mrs. Buford day: guests of Mrs. !". B. Cole-
tprnt long and son ,,of Jacksonville overnight guests of Mrs. E. P. Reaner vutited the 1 Azalea likea HUglnbotham hear they have Improved at
action here tonight comes
Mr. and Mrs. II. A, Lawson. ?n Sunday I Z. Adkin Festival In i Palatka ,on ,demand, Casey sa4d And :' left Friday: for Japan wherehe this writing. man. I
blue.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lee of I Mrs. Stanley .Nootjel and Robert Btarllng and daughter Sunday pointed. out that it would coat ,,bolt from ,the will be stationed for the Mr. and Mrs, Roger North Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown'
reference i
Lake City were visiting! Mr daughter. Sharon, and aSajaSheiUy I of Jacksonville were guests Miss: Linda Itugglns of Del) the, county _t least '100.000In tBeadey\ also made and to re- next two years. were In Je up, Ga. Sunday o'' Ing visited! Sunday afternoon!:

and Mrs. Curtis Lee on Sun- I, spent the ..w ekend of Mr. and Mis. Volley StarlIng School of Medical Technology ,matching funds to establish ,.to secret: meetings and otheritems David and Wayne English last week to attend funera Tri Jacksonville with Mr. an<{

day.. with Mr and, ,.Mrs. W. last Saturday. Asheville N. C., ,was theme snAres Vocational TrainIng .jnovel.of some pipe old Skyte1buU4J.n& are confined to their home services for the mother o :Mrs. M. C. Browning. '
the
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Woods: Joyce, In Ta11a a.saee. On the sick lint this week for the weekend. School under,.recent ,Federal from J which with the measles. We wish Ferrln Laprer, Mr Laprer 1 1 Ray Coleman. son of Mrs I

or fJVe; Oak were Sunday: visitor Mr and Mis. L. C. -*4< P'I are Mrs. Logan Baldwin, the Mr*. Owrge Hoggins ,visited legislation. at the sold Airport to Morris them speedy/ recovery. the brother-in-law of Mrs : and Mrs. Paul Coleman Is a I

at ,Mr. and -Mrs.\. J. S. <\'erevb1t1t111' .Mr., and .!' :M. L. Lawson family. Mrs. W. her mother Mrs. Louise ,'C'ummiMslon: Pro.run'ConlllllMaloner Starling was recently of Oraham. He said Claude Green visited In North. patient! In the Ed Fraser' Hot*'

Woody-.. M P. Flynn In ': L., Blair\ 1011.... W. H. NoUinan Jeffords ,in High Springs on Jerome Johns presented a Starke last Thursday: afternoon Jeffery and Cheryl North pitat In Macclenny.
Starling hat
Sf-aoh! over the. .Daitona// .)[r. and Mrs. W. R. Richard- Tuesday. ,presented .an -point program that. : for the with Mrs. Will Burney. of Jacksonville spent the'' Owen Waters daughter of
the city
::140 bill to
.. Miss J inp :! son, Mrs.\ Ruth Johnxon, ,and Mrs. vH. P. JWoye of .Orlando endorsed by the State $ articles. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Green of weekend :here with their j' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters of

I Dave Turn of Mm. O. L. Farber. i la spending ,several ,weeks Association of County Coin .missing Habwstroh Jacksonville and Mrs. Oreen's grandparent. Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the week-
{ Win Wednesday to cnlsHloners and asked that .&the Later ,when ', ltd here with her grandmoth.er. .
spending slater
ae Sheriff P. D. Reddish" entered with nor :'aon-in-low .and I charges 1 In Mamie of Miami visited John North. i
If the
... : Mr and T. )Bradford. delegation It'. asked(Beam Mrs Dorothy Waters. Sst.
Sunday with Mrs. I St. Vincent's Hospitalon do.ughter..M'I', .and ,Mrs. .G. H. support were true. Sunday afternoon with Mr Mrs A. E Bennett of Jesup.I!
I B. Harding.! Tuesday for observationand Newcomb.Mr. Mi ..the 18H3 session." .Includedwere the .resolution "Only about:, and Mrs. Claude Green. Sunday Oa. ii confined to a Jacksonville 1 ardsy Mrs. Waters and Owen

Rev. M. L Smith of Tren- : Beam replied. I dinner were guests of Mr. and Mr .
A treatment. : guests of Mr and hospital where she re- ,
and :Mrs Donald Me-. few lowlY
C. visited Mr. And 1., Distribution. back to ,the the, bricks" -Just a Mrs. Jack Waters and family In
ton. 8 Mrs,, F. F. Stump spent the Gory of Dryden ,N."V. were bricks." Oreen were Mr. and Mrs.\ oently underwent eye surgery!

Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and past week with, Mr. and Mrs. Monday visitor of Mr. and counties of the seventh cent actions the Council -! Avory Slade and family Mrs. Bennett la the mother of Baldwin.Mr. .
Mrs Walla last Tuesday of tax. In other Ade I and ,Mrs. Roy Waters,
Pile Llpsey John W. Grlfnn In Ochloch- Mrs. E. G.-Fatz.. the gasoline Becke of Jacksonville la Mrs. Rrba North '

\ ;.:,: '. nee Oa Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Haddock, 2. That.all,- .expenses of ,the Informed: Tax Assessor I staying. with Mrs. Mary Mosley. Mr and )Mrs Dave cov.dall ..- and family of Jacksonville
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: I Mrs. Alma Starling is visiting Mrs. S. S, Field of New daughter Phyllis,, and. son. offlreof ,Public Defender be James Cook that a local bill, Mrs. Mosley was able to left by plane Saturday of ,| were Sunday afternoon visitors -
: :
In ,, Mr. and Mrs Jessie At- York is visiting her mother borne by :the Stale, and .that return to her home Sunday last week for a two weeks of Mrs Dorothy Water'
City C. Tea- -
.. ... of Miami for the next: Bruce, visited Mrs. C. making the offices of tax assessor ,
man and his duties be extended to the
Mrs L. F. Smith, ton In Klngsland. da. on Sunday and tax collector appointive -
few weeks. handling of capital CiUl ..
: KOCH Mr. Smith this month. calls for a reftren-
I Darby Peek of Lake City of Lake I 3. An Increase In the State
Smith
Mrs. H. T. and
Mrs. B. O. .McIntyre dum. tn. compliance with the
was visiting his mother Mrs. Santa. Fe, mother of X. M. I 'Nft'ei appropriation for 'm.qlllitoI r i At Slade Gas
Jacksonville
sons!! of city charter.
S. L. Peek Sr. I ,
on Sunday.
control to bring It back to its
CASH Smith underwent aurgery I visiting her parents. Mr. and I Voted to contact and hire\
Mrs W. Jeff Powell ,and i
"
I Tuesday in St. Luke' Hospi Mrs J, H. DuPre, last Tuesday original :80-50 participation i an engineering firm to appralae SEE
of Colo are!
Denver
sons with the counties !it t
I tal. I I Filday./ as was I the WaterWorks IT
spending three weeks with to !'I Keystone .
in 1957--58.89. I
has returned -
Smith 3r.
POT bur Mr. and Mrs. W. L. F. Donald Sapp underwent' oral Inc. as a step preparatory -
parents
from six weeks visit with surgery In the Baptist Ml'm-'I. 4. Fall appropriation by the,, to purchase.
I B. Sewell. '
-.., his son and daughter-in-law, last week. State HM Allowed under the 1 motion by Watkins
i octal Hospital -on
Mrs. H. :M. Hatcher Sr. of
No Pucrle to Solve, NothIng of .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith In ,I Mrs. P. E. Stone and Mt..sI provisions bollplt.LII..LtlCJnfor' |i voted to hire two contractors!
: to Write, No to Palatka U visiting Col. And ',
Stamps the medically indigent
I S. A
legato Columbia, < Mamie Anderson of Archer to the condition of the
h Lick, No Obligation Just Mrs. Hatcher Jr. and family Bradford I!| 6. That minimum fine I I survey
admittances to : -
Local Mrs.
v spent the weekend with old White\ Building across f
: Come\! .In ;Each' Week:' erSever.l I Mrs. E. D. Olmstead Mrs I
i shall be the'amount of court The Fabulous .
County Hospital this I E. M. Davis.' They all visited i from the post office! to de-
Tinwa+ a Day and Get Titus Olson, Mrs. C. D. Wil- '
week Include: : Mrs. Emma Paul Etherrdge COIIU if building could
Your H. H. Adams, and Mrs. \ | termlne the
'Isnf E 'aHh1"0' I llama, Mrs I IMr.
.''. I Merle L. JPaekham, in Ja k- (L Although, game wardens I -
fIf'laUy.condemned.
New.lnlLn" Claude Anderson },!
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1'I0ke'--' ,
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r I Mrs.''L. 'H. Futch; ,MM. JAck arc'' rrrullr'''saUrlcs. ..
and Mrs. LydIA Few, of,, Keystone ] lion'lUll' on Sunday. 'CTit" paid I Authoilaed an insuranceI '15 POUND

: ..Ust.IrS. W'4etzs.44Wlnner" : Mrs Hines.Jack Mra.Ewes Walla attended Llpney. and tIle Heights; Mrs. ttlsu K.!I Rev. and>Irs. John sikes of by tJepaitment of Cower I I company Inspection of the n

: > .' Shyerl! Crawforrd; WSCS district meeting !In Oliver of Hawthorne; Wayne i i Gainesville, and Rev and Mr | vat Ion, \they operate under the olty-awned beach before the

Allthetlgo.\ Thomas C. Craw- j I I John Brabham were last Friday i i old, fro system for sheriffs.I season opens HEAVY DUTYWASHER

: Cash Pot" NOW Gainevvllle: and last Mrs.Wednesday.Mr. Phil "Crank-' | ford alien H. Mitchell, I1or.I j'|I I luncheon guests of Mr I On each arrest the counties i| -On motion of HaberstrohI

hlte find family visited Mr. | don .'. Odom Mrll. Hazel J. and: Mrs. L. A. Davis. i '>ruat' pay the dame Commission -I turned over to the police Af- 1 tlI! '

$25.00 | Ritch, Mrs. Ruth W. Johnson, Mr.\ and Ml... Charlie Cowen iST.CO plus mileage. Why partmnet the collection of delinquent g
: and Mrs. Donald Jllyers in i
Mrs. Elminey Smith Seba and family visited ]Mr. and I I I'' must tbe county pay monies I licence fees owed by
: Quality Drug ana Quality Tampa on, Sw\4\.ty. I Harris. Darling Knight Robert Fred Johns and baby i to the Came Commission to the three firms t4 -
Mrs. I :
.. Mr. .and MI'.. J. ,H. Mosuley '
rrescrlpUua fiervlce .atKOCim <
B. Snyder Mrs. Irene M. lIOn Lit Gainesville on Sunday : enforce conservation laws In a civil defense poster
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of Tenn. are visiting I ,
Memphis,
DHUO! I ,.Brooke, and Marion Cottle, afternoon. I! T. Under. present law, a content decided by visitors at
: Have ,Vour Next Rx Filled : their wm-ln-law and I Ii I '
ATKOCH'S I i daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. i all of Starke; Mm Susie'Pre* ., ,M.'S. .E. t. Crawford. agent I}county?can lxl| rcQUlrKtt to pay I'(r the _URtf. the winners wrre
i vatt of Luwtey; and Mrs last Thursday and Friday with !, attorney fees' .for indigents to'' declared to be 11 Billy Sue

: Adams Charlotte Ann Green of Rill- her \granddaughter Miss Beverly |, be .O'xpiesented. at ,prelunlaaryl'I IJlI eb&rpr. :91 Debbie Inklebarger. -

) RI:Z DELIVERY ford.ourig Crawford In Jacksonville.) hearings and .arraignments'' and 31 Catherine .95

Plastic Notebook 12.20 at the | Sally Moore entertained at on capital: ca...... The duty\ of ,,, Hlnck.MAXVILLE,

TELEGRAPH. a hamburger fry and slumber :, representing. these Indigent I 219

party last Friday night for !! should btI.delegated to the ,

--- J LA three of her girl friends i Public Defender, |WYWyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy NO

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hayes Of I 8. The counties' TRADEN4rlisD
.
e Orlando were Sunday visitors | tlOn In costs of parUQIPa-J : :

of Mrs. Wesley Andrews.! |{ Judges siilarles. .... .

.1. I vIr Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' Padgett the State: Attorney, and sooretary By :Mrs. A. C. !Stsde' I I

.. 1 of Jacksonville\ were! weekend I to the Circuit Court Phone :289-4491 I

I guests of Mrs. E. L. crawford. : Judge Mould be eliminatedand Cycle3roeltion I

I paid entirely through AAA1alaaaAIAAAAAAaa1A1" : Auto-Water Sa>er

March ;1 State appropriation
Dimes FUNERAL SERVICES
I A. An Increased appropriation New lint Filter and Water
: FOR MR$. 11ABVKY
Tops Quota i" requested to enable' Funeral services' for Mrs.I 'i I Circulation System
the State to
participate no
a
'I Pearl Harvey 71, were teld Cold Water
and Continued( from Page Onel consistent' busts with the ru1 Monday at :3 p m. in ,the I Wash and Rinse
e I 1 ral library service I
e Jottnn: Go Cart. UIIO; Jimmy Whitenouse Baptist Church.;
10. The Is .
county requiredto .
: Strickland Show. U91: 'Ten Ii |I pay 11.25 per. diem for .any i'i Rev' Berney Armstrong officiating. I
in ,
Burial followed
i Men for A Day, $7405. tI t' patient sent by the county',

lovely I Money collected la tllstrlbut-l'''to a State tuberculosis hosplUi. !i Gduewood Cemetery MrsHarvey .
died at the residence.She ,
manner: !jI !
iT ed in the following I The State should< bear > WOW..WhatABuy.
to the National f was. born In Waukneeahand
One- blrd thin cost does
; I educa- '| aa It for erip- had lived In this area for .
for I
Foundation public : pled chlVlren.I .
i the past 40 years. She was a I
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administration-
and >> I
',Uon I 11.
Rights-of-way for pMI member of the Whttehouse Due To Your
research. One-third I Ii Response We Are
third ,for Continuing Our
\, I I mary road should be pur- Baptist Church. ( Range
stay In the local chapter and 'Chased i Sale One More
front the first four Week-Good
.
I Survivors daughter.Mrs. Through March
are a 13 1965.
U)
,, :
used for two purposes ,
is
,
,, cents of I II
I gasoline taxes or an Rex Araye of Las Vsies,
t I To aaaiat local children or I additional one-cent tax assessed Nov. two Rev.' EdwardC. Now
ti adults Buffering from polio or sons. This All
dresses on gasoline for this
.rV kwlud pur- Harvey of -Perrv. and
i bIrth ,defects. This poae.
James W. Harvey of Nodfolk. AUTOMATIC
e crutches braces operation HARDWICK
;:
\ I.t, Requmt
I Va.: two sisters, on. brother c
out -
t medical: expenses patients. Only one request for l local 14 crandchlldren and one

.,and other needed squlprjuertt legislation came from the City GAS
nrat vrandchUdHinGLNBOTHAMUARBI RANGE
to alevlate suffering of Stark, and It drew ronklemble ..-_!--- !:

599Frath 1 and promote mobility and i protest Council 't!". and Mrs. Franklin D -
aid
1j desiring
Persons
health.
J. : Chairman Ruby B. Johns pic- Hlwrinbotham of St. Pftrrs-
should contact Mrs. V.
: sented the request for an art burg and fonnerrLr of here. For

j t Spejtgler( chapter president. I to enable the City to place al, announce the engagement" of
is deter.nune'd
of funds
s Distribution : ton per cent utility tax on their daughter Nancy Elaine ,,

by the medical advisor: fuel I oil sold In the city. to Robert Ruskin Harris HI. Only 139
1 YI J. W. and the local -
; paw arrival, f 0 catch Dr. board. Patray. "We tton't know that we son of Mr. and Mrs R. R

would! need to impose this Harris. Jr. of Tampa
every. woman' springtime'I;I, ((2)) $600 !Is available each :
Mrs
tax; Johns Haiti, "but The, bride-elect U a graduate -
xi'' fancy. Chose from one" or U year to persons wishing to we would like to have the of Terry Parker HUh. attended .

: a 'T two-piea ryls* in gorgsous' study in the .medical i ttetd. power to do It. if ne<.s.1ry." Jacksonville University .

: ,c ,solid ookirt and gay print both for M.D.of .degrees Dllraln&.IThe8cbolarehlp '.andentain The proposal drew sharp and the University of S Easy Terms

short aleen) end iJeavsIsti types Committee of the protests front local bulk oil Tampa.. With Beauty end Efficiency All Its ( dwn.
: distributors Including John A. The vows will be repeated .
,' tryl.. Easy ear fabric 0' |sr.isy 2 local chapter distributes these Torode (:!Shell, Freeman Reg. May 1 at I P. in. In the First .

tinsn. Dacron and ,cottons. \ 'I, funds. For more complete Information later Jr, (Gulf), and Jerome Baptist Church. St Peters- t
contact )In. Spengler. Johns brc. I SLide CM: offers. you the wM-t wleelion .t all fa. ,.. brand
s Complete ilis rang. petite : (Phillips t6)< ), .. cane i

: ; S to lit r junior 7 to 15; mk.*' 12 and the Public Defender R A. Green .H.\RJU-JIIGI ranges in thin entire area. 'lUrdwick. Caloric. Roper. Tappan I
The local chapter Mr. and Mrs. WlnHred all at treat; SR"lftp to our customer
Jr. requested of Hr.ris . Come
in
support leg.isleUon
to 20 and halfi; \ 3 toflar.
as i4\ to 24;. i many people who benefit from! giving labile Defenders announce the! encactaicnt I Ij

Its program wish to ,represstheir and j
the power of subpoena; approaehmg marriage ol

appreciation to.th. .people permission to practice: criminal their dushlr. Jeanette to Quality And Service i
t tCenerusity i
for their ,
of the community
Clarence T. Migdon. Jr., son
law in
mitJemeanor cases -
CARPIS: HAS A TREMENDOUS SELECTION Of In the 1M3 cam
of Mr and Mrs. C. P. Hidden.
; and pvorMiojr they navel 1

,':":YOUTHFUL LARGE SIZES paign.riasUo. t aouess to irnatcrtpta, testimony The wedding,: will take place LADE
Flktay. March U at 7:30 GAS
w Notebook. tt.tt at the given in preliminary : p
'JEGRArH.: hearing. m. at the home of the brtJe- O F STARKE

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I Woman's Club Little Women Epperson.ircle UDC ChapterIs Mitchell To Head In Month' of April 1 free whrclii t*.t.rn*ntb; annxo of' the estate \
I i thii Kit il. ,April IMlk.D off Fred Cnl, dcnaail. February -

: Q- 1 Executive Board Hear Panel Met TuesdayLorena EntertainedAt Relations Group ''UII.(1IICAr'.. teil thl'. aril Jay at. March, A.15. J.190 Thoma-$. '

Approves FilmThe Answer QuestionsMembers ( ) A. J, ThomasAdminlatrator
1 Epperson Circle! of Vining HomeThe (Continued From Page :1)) Olisrlr' A. r>i>rby, d.l bonl non cum
met ri-rk nt ctriMilt Court. 1 ftfItrmlfuril taatAmento. .n"..... of the Catch*
the Flrtt Church
I executive board of theStarke of the Ministerial ; Baptbit W. T. Weeks Chapter Installed In Reno. ..1the rebulKlinx County, FlurM,' of Fred Cole, 4..,.*.*...
GLADYS MOOTY last Tues av aft moon at'2:30: at IH 41 "IS ills| 4t Sill|
Woman's Club met Alliance had panel discussion I
II a the hone n. Mrs. S. L. Peek UDC was entertained Wednesday of Highway Itl?

Phone 964-0651 I Thursday morning at the clubhouse and question and answer Sr. on N. Ch rch Street. afternoon! March! 3, at Mayor Chltty mild he wouM f>'rr(-N TO RFK'U: :
and voted to be cosponsors period at the Little Women's Mrs. Anderson the home of Mrs. L. D. "Vlnlng find out and urge that this I .. Ir tit ,'...... nrmlfaril STARKE
Oeoigu gave
1 with the Junior ( cacti, IH.rbla.> .. t'hs.e.y.a.s .
Club meeting held Monday devotional with Mrs. O. L. Hayros Sr.. be Inclml'tU .If it was not already .
the on humility (l No. In-/il
Four Young Hosts Dinner Womans Club for the showing evening at the club house. In I ..
PlannedBy and after a short business' Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs.S. the plans t. iia Orn Crltt.nd.n
of a cancer film at the Florida This was an open meeting L. Peek Sr. as cohodtetwes.Arrangements I Carl HtttU mentioned theneed Plaintiff' v*, Jo. II. Crlitcnilvn. BUSINESSDIRECTORY
Entertain Friends Woman's Club through the meeting an Interesting program l II.rrnhtnI.Klrl'h'ic .
Theatre. for members and their guests "Assuming! PersonalResponsibility" of azalea. were I fur a recreation center TO APPRAK
At Joint Party courtesy of Robert! Borksdule. to hear Rev. W. A. Honan. o. on used in decorating' the "Vlnliig nl the Reno pl.iygroun.i" us P1'... Jo. II ,'..111..1.. ...
I The Starke Woman's Club I All members and Interested L. JarvU. J.:., and Rev. Walton was given by home. one of the problems that the UOS Morgan HI. Hnham. Tas-,
chicken barbecue Mrs. Peek program chairman. i ....
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planning on a
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Sherry Lewis Becky Sellers persons are asked; to Qrady. As the members and assisted by Mrs. Floyd Oreen. Mrs L. A. Davis and Mrs commute might handle. You .ri> hrrrliy notified that -

Delores Falcon and John- dinner and program The board Inspected the guests arrived! they were given -! Mrs. Maurice Wing-ate E. K. Pvrryman, chapter president Members attending: tho I .a Still. for iynr,| ... h.... hnrilvil AUTO REPAIRS
I open to the public for Thursday newly decorated and modernized Mrs. ..*lnat you In th. abov
cards which
Scott celebrated their on to write meeting were Bufortl
ny MItc'Uell
gave a report an the
March IS at 7 o'clock in Cula Coran. Mrs. Oarl Mathews I achedhurt( | .and rMiia. ,*artil :you
birthdays at a combined party kitchen which was under questions for the panel to an- and Mrs. Jennie New- recent' district! meeting in T. H. Sl d.., p T. Nolin, lien art* hereby rtiilrtt| tt> .arv a EarlGaraR'e
the club homo.
last Saturday evening at the I' the chairmanship of Mrs. T. swer and discuss Jacksonville Moxley.( ChlUl Frnncl, .\. J. 'nl'V I of. yniir answer or pond Ina ALL, KINDS! or
A will be brought some. ,In the i>.."plulni ..n the 1'la.lnlirf -
program Mrs. T. H. Slade,
home of Sherry's brotherinlaw C. Hagen Miss Elaine Strickland presided The hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. E. Johns chmlrman Thomas Sr., II'Lrryr.: lUtcher .. Attorney Hun, I.. Uri>n, AUTO REPAIR WORK
and sister. Mr and Mrs I here from the St. Augustine I II and Mrs. Eugene Shaw. over the meeting' and Mrs. A. E. of the proposed 5Dt.li anniver- C. C. Amtarmm. Carl Clark. Hlark... Kl.irliU. snit fll. the orlitlnal -
McKlnney IM'TYf'drefre.llunen
QiiaJ-ccnteruilal and promises Mrs. J. A. Griffin president In Ihs' nftlc. of the Clrk AJ1 Work Guaranteed
Milton Mrs. H. H. Adams Benny Alexander!
Clarence
Reynolds.Approximately sponsor
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sary party to be hell .
to be affair. Tyler ts during the social April of the Clrt'ult lnnrt on tir b. Phone 96911Io. -%"'
100 teenagers a gala: announced the Arts and gave the devotional Patty 27 at the I rSut, Rev. Levy Lvitnan .. .
hour to the 13 members and Woman's Club\ for( f r* lh. ISth day or Mun-h. .
Jon ... who Is famed for his 1 Crafts Festival to be given at I inf. nthvrMla. the Walnut MLarke
enjoyed refreshments and Bighorn Kathleen Thomas the benefit of the scholarship I and Ctrl. Halle Member not1&11..n.llnl ; alkcatlullauf
I barbecue chicken will be the' of tIle one visitor attending I nlil'" t'?"plnlnt will b* takan
dancing during the pal.tyhOW'II. with the luncheon meeting and Marian Oreen were appointed fund announced the followIng | ; were Rt'vV.. A. aa ronfpapil, '. bf :you. AUTO SERVICE:
chief chef for the dinner Southslde Woman's Club hostesses for the April commutes: Invitations : Hogan and John PlRg.t Sr. Th In nntlro shall, b* fiubllahviiontH .
: St. Mark.Vomen ,,
At the conclusion of the the aanlHtam-e of member of Jacksonville Anyone desiring meeting Final arrangementswere Mn. L. A. Divvls. and Mrs i.ai>h week for four con* Gilbert S. Brown

'party. Sherry haj a slumber the club. to participate may call Mrs. made for painting and Plan To Attend George L, fatten; .iw-ullvc. wvoka In the Ura.lford. Standard Oil Service Station
Reservation! must be made Mrs. SlaJe. dt"C'ontlons'l t',oiititir. T.I**'. .)i.Imiixl .
Griffin sponsor
party for several of her girlfriends decorating portions of the Mrs. Lox,; Ort'en, \ Cash Paid for Ocxxl.lUgs. (Ira. "...ltf".Y.
March 16, by District Meeting Ihta Uth day of ATI.VS!
at the home of her by Tuesday for the Junior Woman's C1I.1b.told powder room at the club. Klncald and Mrs. 1t. L. Speer: No Khakis or Wool. All .. 1155.
calling Mrs J. H. DuPre. of tIle entry of several of Members have several I (I.AIIt'IIAHLTot1: ) TlRJ1:! &; B\TTr-nrai: :
Aster Mrs. refreshments
Reynolds.NormanBennett moneymaking Mark's Mrs. E. L. Matthews Cotton. Bring to TV>gn.p u
St. Auxiliary held : A. DAR-nT
the members in the contest. Sudg.t T.rmRoad Service
I projects In process to Mrs. .
Bertha Pearce .
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Clerk of th Orcmt Court
Mr. And Mrs. Shaw She also told of the Fashion cover the expense its regular meetingat the Mrs. O. L. Haynea Sr.: and \lr. Mr llaiilah. M. Moody Phone P64T9T1IOT
or Apllrall. I'"r 'r. "
Show to be given AprU 1 at The club members were in- Pariah house on Monday Mrs. O. B. Flynn. Mad ('.plI'')' N. T.."...._Btnrka

Miss Bennett Entertain! Class the club house at 1:30: p. m. vited to attend the Baby Sitting evening with Mrs. Edward Mrs. L. O. Powell historian ".<.. '*...Itl, M. .a.NMI. CI..k"I' It lilt
Judy Lavexne
Burns and ,," ,
Eagle's Department store will Mrs. Mattie Crahsgan e !I. hrr"by i .Iv that HURST'S
Clinic
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gene Shaw sponsored by the gave an Interesting program T J. AliUrmsn." 'the holder" nfth *.. .'.
I as hostesses In Tft'* 4 )aity J *IK font 4>f .
Paul Bennett of Lawtey. be- I fentertained the intermediate i furnish fashions for the oCcasion Junior Woman's Club on "Richmond In the Last Daysof iivlnic, uertttleal.. tut\ Hr4rr l .....IT, rinrlilaj. Service Station
and refreshments and March :39. Mrs. P. J. Novak presidedover flied ...Id! rtiricii for a !.. !. 1.r.Mlel.
came the bride of Billy Char- Sunday School class of the I the meeting and :Mrs. the Confederacy. Mrs d..d lo I ho IMIK..I th.ri>.>n Th. In II. Kaui i of rr.l CoU, OAs Olln LrtibrlcatlonrinixipH
Mut1&1' entertainment will be furnished During the social hour Jane Powell told of the pvrllftrati numnnr..' ,, .1 l : .
lea Norman son of Mrs. First Baptist Church at ehamburger i Herbert Thomas the devotional. bravery! of ni va.ra |'..-.*.*... "66"Goodyear -
daring the evening. gave nf (I..""ii.'.. I lhi '' ofIh
Norman also of Lawtey.on at their I Adams Dee Walters and the people. who cared for the ilnMTlplliin :NolliOf. Idling Petition For Tlrea, A. aUerteeROAD )
supper Plane are bring made' I property, and the IVMIIIO." In
Saturday. Feb. 27 at 4 p. Klnrsley Lake last It was aim stressed! that Phyllis Darby served as host'esses. '- wounded! especially .of the which it w.* ..........1 art 55. Final Ulachnrg.. Of Ailmtnlatr-' 8F.1\VOC"II" !
home on club dues are due at the MayDay An attractive! and for members to attend fullowa.Certinr.l.. 1 tor !Re llnnla. Mon. Cum T..tamatt -
In I green th.// bravery of Capt.
church Sally
m. a simple cere- rvenLi Tomp- .. AnnmoTo ,
Saturday district three meeting" oh A >
mony by Rev A. E. Massey boys of the class Breakfast and are delinquent white color scheme was car- { tins following the fall of align,.* :1941*. N> t0. Tsar "( !1.1 All Whom It :May dimmm: !;IIIUTIFTAl.: WORK
The Cedar
seven : 28 at
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Key. 2
I U not paid by Dec. 1. ried out In the table decorations. May the Richmond. I'.vrlptlun "-f riiM'rlv lot< I Inf Noll,-. 1..r.lI i .lv.n mat 1
The couple Is residing near and their dates" enjoyed games Plana were made by Mrs. A St. Patrick's cloth date set for the Spilng Presentation During the social. hour lilta' I In UhHon( H/H. h... fllail my. final returns.. s. Thompson Sheet
Lawtey where Mr Norman Is and refreshments during they!: Griffin and elected delegatesI covered of the Thank Offering ( the Nan. In Mhlrh HP*>IUIH. .1| Klnvil, .ilmli. "llrator. il. busily noo vuiii
the tea table and was four hostesses' entrrUimed at Pit. .kotta. t.nlem.nll, nnxn of .Ih. estate
elf-employed. party hours I I, attend the State Woman's centered with a large green by Women! of the ChurchA a lovely tea The tea table. All of Mud pruiiwrtv using Iti, of frail rnl., .d.".......itl that I Ihuv Metal WorksAll
Club convention at Hollywood: St. Patrick! hat. The crystal covered dish supper Is plan- overlaid with the rViintx,, "f 'liiMiirnnl. Wluleuf flied .mv itltiun for final Type Metal Work
whitelinen ,
I ned for g. a M...rliU. dls.'harge.. and 'that I will' applyIn
: with headquarters- In the punch bowl was filled with Apr. cloth was centered with a t'nl..* mirh. farllflciili* nr III,. H.moralil' Thvrnn A, ESTIMATES: FABRICATIONAND
Diplomat Hotel.Barbara green punch with an Ice float JlostcMMi for the April Iwo-ttered. silver erIIChat..hsll I IIP, r.ili.vniiMlciMtnlIn Yawn rVinniy, JmU of llra.1font INSTALLATION
I meeting will be Mrs O. L.Beasley tray filled lo law the, .pr..Il.ty i I'nunly,,(, Flurlda| on :Mari-h
centered with shamrocks with an arrangement of red d....rtb.d, lit aurh ,,.1111..1.! firrrliriral I*. tlKS at in'ill) ..''.1..1< A. M Heating .A Air Cirtvl. Mytms
FLORIDATHEATRE Jean Kite Miss Adams poured the and Mrs J W Kincald and white Belgian aaulea. .. will lia add to the fur. apuroval nf. I the soma. and' Ph. Bn4-0714 R punch. with the meeting. being highest ..10....'. at Ihs sari. ( for final' ula," <'h..*. *. .u. h sd.
Weds Mr. LyonsIn potes held Crystal trays: and com held' at their hom Mrs Prrryman presided at .hoiiH iltMtr m .Ihv ftrwt, Mtunlik. nilrilairator' ila. lion, la non oum
: dainty green and the sliver' service. Seventeen
l:15..:1 Herbert' Thomas had
white decorated.
] Bayless ChurchBarbara cakes sandwiches members were present .
of
and mints. charge the program and

I i Jean Kite of dlsciiiued" the importance of High School PTAT.
Christianity, beginning with
Starke daughter of Mr*. Larry Queen Of Hearts
I Ir thy Individual and In the
Latham of Philadelphia.Pa. L. Casey will speak on
home. Mission streamed!
I OPENING TIME ., and Ted Underhill! of I Beauty ContestSet were school legislation at the hlul, \)
and the book Christ' Death
r MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Gainesville were united in For Friday and Outer Life by William school PTA meeting TuevJay.

''I 1:4P: M marriage to Robert Lyons of) I Btrlngfellow was recommended March. 1g. at 8 p. m. Un the I

SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2M: Tampa on Sunday afternoon The Queen of Hearts beauty for Lmten cafeteria. The eleventh grade
reading,
March 7. at 3 p. m. In the : contest will be held Friday" moUx-rs will be In charge of
Mrs. Beanley was namedchairman
t Bayless Highway Baptist : night March 12, at the Starke refreshments during the social\ '
: MARCH 13 of Mission\
SATURDAY and Sup I
Church. with Rev C. A. Crosby Oolf it Country Club starting hour. STARKE'S FASHION LEADER
plies and MKln-l11J W.i
i officiating the double at T o'clock. Judging will be

I Triple Creature Feature ring ceremony.- based on the time that the named:and rhslr-pub''cllv.'> of promotions i Recent BirthsMr. i!

I Arrangements of pink gladioli girls have spent collecting The m.f"n was cloned .
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carnations and pomI donations for the Heart Fund" and Mr. Donald l Myer v Inc. 1Girl's
with a diamlMil (I" R-v R E.
. No. 1 o.2 I puma against a background (the amount of money each, of Tampa announce th* adop.
MacBlaln after w'llch refreshments '
, of greenery and branched girl has by that date) plus I I tlon of u daughter Mlk-hell:
were served by the
r 1 candelabra were used In decorating beauty and poise hostesses. Irene: on Friday, March 5. .

!the altar.i The contestants and the Michelle wu born Jain. 2itUcuudtmtcJ I

y tr.. kntnyjlowen matron sponsor .ant: Bobble\ 8u ;" I&re: >I 04'. and I
Brownlee Circle
",, fof honor, sang "0 Promise Barkadale. Btarke Retail Mr*. I'hillp CronkhLl of

.i I Me" accompanied by Mrs. J. Merchants Association: Mar. Is EntertainedThe Starke and Mr. Tom l'ofy..1'

; .I.If R. Kelly at the piano. Ian Green Starke Jaycees; of Tampa. i

Olen Crews served as best Janet Hardy Starke Rotary March meeting of the

t man. Club: Betty Ann Register Brownlee Circle of First Baptist Bradford County Ifwspltnl, ,

The bride given In marriageby Starke Bradford County Church was held Mondayat announces I the following

her uncle. W. A. Salol1oO.a Chamber of Commerce; Kar the home of Mrs. Tyler birth.: Dresses Boy'sBy

g lovely In a two-piece tur- en Lee, County Commissioner Jones. Mr. and Mr. John C. Stephen

quolae blue linen suit complemented D. I* Shuford; Jo Ann Scott. Mrs. M. A. Payne presents Jr., Stark, a daughter.
M MUS( immwa KIM Kathy Bus, March 2. Cinderella Easter Suits
with. beige accessories American Legion. the program on "Assuming
and an orchid corsage The Interact Club of BUS Personal' RmponMbllltlea," the I Mr. and Mr.. WlllUm. Hub-
No. 3 .rt Paglla. Bt.rh...,
Mrs. Bowen, matron of hon will sponsor a dance following Isit of a ttirre-part programon a sun

or attended her cousin In a the judging at p. m. conframini: moral issues John Robert March A.
Mr. and Mr. Joe .,, Our nelectlon. I U+ corna .
two pkTe !gold street dresswith Live band music will be pro The A" I nertlng/ will\ be Conner 4. ,

gold accessorial She also i I vided by the Phantom of h-ld at the home of Mr.. C take Huller twin girls, AlarrhB. j'fi. @ .. .y & plate flno! quality yr

wore an orchid corsage, I Baldwin until midnight J Hoiipt, ant members are +

A reception! was held at the Single admission Is 80 cents I reminded to bring garment ". i, light weght! fubrics.

home of Mr and Mrs. W. A. and tl.50 for couples.\ All pro for layettm for community Mr. Starling 70 __
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/ Salono where arrangements of) teed of the dance will go to I mMlona.I \ I (:)JUflfe! a black.: IrreyJJ.

nafa/nS pink gladioli, carnation, and' the Heart Fund.Rehearsal I After the brines' and pro Services Held/ ) .e,1....... a (

I S pompoms were lued. I I grim meeting -rfreshmrnts .. 1 -or black olive null.r .
A tarnmtr( Wm rVoductmi A Urwtrul Irttnutnral fWwt ,
Olen Crews and Mrs. Mr"j', Supper were served' by the hostess At Pine Level \; IItl ,,

Ortatu of Jacksonville: and co-hote, Mr E C to _\ The model Is the
the wedding cake and Mr For Lyons-Kite Long,. I i r

Sun., Mon., Tues.. March 14, 15, 16 Doris Rowe presided at the I d.1I.,; < Austin Sterling 70. "correct" mingle

i j' punch bowl. The Pecan Room of the of Htarke. died! Thursday l t rll: ) f
: ; Services HcIdWednesday
the .
Mr ant Mrs Lyons are residing I Osrdcn Restaurant was morning /In a MarcUnny. breasted l with

Take a gan ter at the hilarious at Rt. J. Bon SI.8tarlle. setting for a delightful supper pltsl after an *xtcml...t 111\ .

adventure Mr. Lyons h employedwith Saturday evening following For ne*.. Ifcrni .In linker Countyon : i hook vent
romantic of. fl
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the wedding rehearsal of MUs March li IA1M. he <
McKencie Task. Truck w** II
Lines In BrookerBirthday Barbara Kite. and Robert 14- \\Mr.Coolbcrth retired farmer and' a memberof e f. iff
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I cay Lesue ons. the line Level UiptUI. f mOM
The 14 Including t.i
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ruest Church.
Party F.Ttrd W Onolbrrth. Alt.nf .
: members Of the wedding thr. ''brother
GRaNT I fltsrke dirt Monday in th. Surviving are

-caItON For Cindy Wood party relatives and frit-no v........* hospital at take U. J and Volley Blurting< .99

1 / j I were seated al a ]long table I City after a short Illness. both of mrk, and II. 11 Q $

s FatheR.t Cindy Wood rlrbrt liar 1 centered with an arrangementof | linen In Csmtirblg. Mas on Starling bf Jacksonville. : four !
p birthday on Tu** 4 sixth pink gladioli pompoms June 30. If"",. he was retired alllt.ra, Mrs Alma Blsrlllnjr of

.hn her mother Mrs llonwWool |I mums. |, from the 17 H. Navy .nd 1 had Blarke; Mr. Viola OrlffU. Sum : .'I to 6X 7 to II
'i Goose" gave a party for hr Lawtsy ).tr.. rffle Manning.
i +I miwl. his horn cost of Mtark
: ai.1 at their' home on N. Church Salono-Bowen i fur several years II. was a J..<-kM
.. rfCHNK010R' Street. I I | member of the Catholic Altman MUml.Funeral $$3.99 To $$8.99
IS .t#r enjoyed .
The yo''ng Mr and Mrs. W. A Salono 'hurt-h *rvlcs. wr hell.

1 f v, games and refreshments In of Starke announce the mar I Surviving *re hi. widow M 2 pm. Sunday. In th* Pin.Leval AJ..SOToddler: ) Coats
t : z the yard daring. the party Sandra Boy's Sport t
| rlage of their daughter ...bell. Oiolb.rth; two ate. Baptist Church: with

bourn Tl' refreshment table ,' Kay. to Jimmy Milton ''t.re. Mr Warren Proctor of fUv.. Roman Alvar, lt.,. w Size

1 RevoRI wss covered with a white'Un Bowen, son of Mr and Mr*. I Main, and Mr.. George Hoffman C: Hall and tier Johnny Yarborough -

.n cloth and cantered with O. D Bowen of Catel' I t lrr(* H T >''l* J iCMMMJ! IrtiM Jcof- of Indunspoll. !5d l ; two From $
cake $1Q.99
iiowaRD a white birthday C. which was an event of brother. Lawrence Coolberth was In Cedar Creek C'm- $$2.99 To $$4.99
.t.d with. tiny dancing doll .
Friday. March &. In fttarkc of New York City, and Kr- t.ry, north of "*/. .J.rWf'un.
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holding. six raruU The .. The couple !Is residing inStarke rent t Cfjolbvrtii/ of Btorkton.M d.r ductkm of .W lit C
dr n received favors of" Sill, where Mrs. Bowen U Jones >'un r J Home uf

Wed., Thur, Fri.. March 17, 18, 19 Putty and< balloon. employed at the State Prison *general* Services 1 w.re held trke.Tu'wlay.. FOR THECHILDREN

and Mr. Bowen at Terwllirgar
at g 3O a.m. Wednesday In HtF

Nursing Council Motors. I >tw' rd'i Catholic Church with h

EEC DON Receives Check i I!, K Ui.r Thomas K.lly offlcUt- Mrrh M to uttr SPRK
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Birthday Party i Inn In .rm.nt wa* In Crosby view and sudttton\ high school m

T JKQUiWREKICK( MURRAY The Bradford County Public At Masters HomeArthur 1 Lk C,.m..t.ry under direction and college musicians! foir" muUal Our '

Health Nursing Councilmet of fJWltt C. June. ru- I.. cmr..r In the Army

.! .FIU9AA r Jr ,' at the garden Restaurant Masters Jr. age 0.I'I nerd Horn igt Henry l can recommend. ... a 04' iy 5.r Better BrandWeather

l llidsS I If Monday for their luncheon and Aloft Masters (. ceLebrated -I Active pIlb..*rr. were W enlistment of young rniMilclsn. :

meeting with 12 mrmbws their birthday Monday H Graham Stanley NV rgel.Illllr \. 'for the Army b*
''II' iHe/raJd present at.ernoon..twn theirmother Nog.l. W. 1:. fowling I rholce In tAt Third Army HprinirI5 J sure they have than Bird d

H. 9. M A. \ Jr. and George .r.*. .Including rion.1. f iff 11gla -
v Mrs P O reloa, Kn. ).(n. Arthur Masters, Bishop I n.- comforta> | Smart Shoed'

must Hamilton. and Mrs Mien Me- tare a party for them at their Flynn Br.Army. I Alabama T.nenw, Ml.- they n ..d. < .

Knight attended the annual home on McMsJwn Street. 1 ippl. North Carolina, and t&
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Clay County Council on rn Games and refreshment I BandRecruiter South Carolina.

I 1& with Mrs Hamlllon. were enjoyed by the 1ft little 1 Young muslcUn: who.. would -

( M LMjrrArpt a report of the aSvsn.1 guests during the party hour Seeks 'like to be lnt.rvl w4 maycontact ;j From

A a0W Cancer Society \. Centering the refreshment Musicians t"In..1" | Army r.relt.r *

Council with a. cluck for IT). table was a beautiful white. for further datall. and

A booth at the Count Fair" birthday cake decorated In BgtKennti L. JII'I<, sppulMm.nt I'oae esanes; 4.99 To 8.99TBt'ltSD.V.
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was discussed. Mr McKnlsM alMa and yellow. of t"Army'" tosfUglit'bandsmen. villa. ::114-1.' Eat 216rUU

,.- report 42 cans art now being will. %. at Ut
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% visited for home Burring Mr*. Ilrrtwt Baser assisted Gainesville. High School band M.4.k.**s IJJ si J!t 'A 4P 8rl'i1'ftrtA : :
; ; : :w :( with the party. .. :
: ,aiiwaW1A..iwla.zJ.iw Tke t..". .
s5.G.ii.i =::::. care room from 2:90: to 3 pm. on I


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.. ; FOfR 8R.VIFORi1 COUNTY TWT.RCRAPii STARKK. FI.onm-' TIItTlSDAY. MAR. 11. 196Sm
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1 Baseball Season Opens Tuesday ) Tliinclads Slate +, IRONS 1 u0for a Everyone>>Bent; Four this plesse.B'Cent Ball Toumamen'try before to Sunday sign-


I no that the pairing car
_- ..r- and WOODS be set up and ready to te,'
Bradford Hig-h basrballers! a senior, !gets the stalling nod I
I off at 1 p.m Every golfer
open their 1963 season Tues-, from Coach Mason as the Meet TomorrowTornado M
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1 ,1I out and enjoy pla-
come on. ;
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cay here against a Gainesville Tornadoes' most experienced Weight Lifting Adds Pounds kith
r I I Ing on our local link W<-
High squad that has 3-0 lec- pitcher.: He was 4-4 last year ,i i I
to have
o'n.' hope enough golfer
ord to date. and owned a 9-7 won-lost record G ar I
? I I trackmen will begin -I I range. out to scare the rain away toi
The opener will begin- at for the three years he !I Strength To Tornado AthletesAfter E I what Coach David Hurse Most promising freshman weekend.
3:30: ( on Bradford Field. has been a varsity hurler I 4v5 I calls a "total rebuilding Job" BO far is Richard Klrchalne I lone -.Homer

With 15 boys out, the new I Junior Emmett Akrldge a I! I tomorrow I Friday! In a threeI who Is pole vaulting 11 feet. !
curve-ball control artist even j months of lifting,' fro !n the coveted Gold The Ladles Golf Association win I
BHS baseball coach. Chuck I. two way I way meet with Lake City and a height that will paintsI ,
Mason, will have both a though he looks too little to weights Bradford High athletes level but even with the extra met last Thursday for a luncheon |' Live Oak on Branford'g asphalt I In high school meets. 1 Five Bradford
I walk up the hill to the mound participation in the pro eight wunJ.s tU) month he meeting with Murvalen I I'
young and experienced team : track I| Miler Tony Lawson has already I IHy
was the Tornadoes( winning- I Wood l and Cell Terwlllegar aa 1 I Steers Entered
la only 50 pounds and
have gained an
returning.; extremely young gram average Sway Just two lettermen will be run a 4:52: and sopho-
diamond crew last year under est pitcher last: year as a of 4'1'4 pounds according to I'may lit 10 times his body I hostesses. I returning to run for BradfordHigh's ; mcc'e' Gary McRae has turnedIn I 1I In 4H & FFA ShowFve
with Election of officers held, i
sophomore sparkling was
a Griffith.I weight this Coach j
Coach Tony week:
Coach John Manning the Corps of young compe- a 5:06: mile and should
6-1 record Paul McLeod will j I MObt of the boys can also Gl'1It1tll' tltatl'd, and a fine slate of oflioerswere !! ,I HOMER"';I WOOD .
Tornadoes won 10 against live I I titors. Distance men Leon : Improve, according' to Coach j I I steers from BradfoM J
defeats and six of the seven : begin his varsity pitching 1 I I lift more total pounds In the The t"o" leaders, Agner and I j chosen: Jean Thomas, Thomas, a senior, and Tony ,I, Hurse. Another sophomorewho 1 1 County were shown at the
lettermen returning are startel career this season and also ,,, five exercises they practice Varnes, &Iso picked up both president; Winnie Glenn vice- | Lawson. a junior will bolster ,, "looks promising'. Hurse Last weekend the Patfl'tka! I I I Gainesville Area 4-H & FKAk

's. I play the outfield. ,I each day: some of them can I'' weight and t pounds lifted. (I president; Gertie McRae, sec a aqua:' of 25 boys, mostly] nays is Larry Connell atransfer I Golf & Country Club held Its I k Steer Show and Sale In Gainesville
There are 2 seniors, 7 Juniors than 100 0lned nd half retary; Martha Minx treasurer -
Coach Mason has named a actually lift more Agner 1VQ % a sophomores and freshmen.Hm'sea student who Is a nth annual Azalea Golf Tour- Thursday! 4-H ClU
probable starting! nine for 5 sophomores; and 2 pounds more than a month I pounds, 100( to IflQ'.a, and I: Lillian Bishop and Gladys 1B01 cinder squad' hurdler. I nament. Participating from :"'member!) showing steers wee"
'freshmen members of the All except one boy who lifted 40() more jxnjiUi, 1.640 I, Hobbs, board of directors. 'l
next Tuesday's' opener In ago. won the Class A State Cham- The 25 boys Tunning now Starke were Clyde Terwille-- Tom Edwards Gary Prevail
catcher Dwight Elder, a junIor I squad this season."They're became ill and had to stop I to 1.660, Vauica gained two I i During this enthusiastic!! I plonnhlp! and his '62 and '63 Hllr.caUs'\ a poor turnout. gar Jack Eaves and Call! Ls'mar 'Arid Hilda. Harrell. ..James101':
all looking good Improvement hjilf\ to 146'Va! meeting, plans for a membership '
lifting have made and a pourul
some ,; squads were both runners-up 'hrtd FFA and th
; pitcher Mark Hamilton "It's hard to entice a boy to Johns. TerwlIIeg&r> and! an entry
I too, Coach Mason says of in total and llft 4 25 bounds 1.- drive were dl cu8sed. It I I
weight more
or
( only 24 and 1 point down FFA steer was ala
senior: first baseman Joty come out without any kind of Eaves brought home 'prize Chapter
.
his promising crew I I' lifted in the month 445 to 1,470. Chllwn. however, la the hope of the members ; '
Reese, 10; second baseman pounds from the title His 84 squad. track: we're having to run In from their flight "Our pitching is coming along ,, February ISO to 162 pounds !I that in the near future drap '
between January 18 and went from
while promising hit by' '
was 'were at
>Emmett!: Akrldge, 11; third the road now, Hurse points Jimmy Godwin. 14 y'ek'p'IbW not known press
base Wayne McLeod 10; real well but the l hitting 18 when the first two and 101,1 f 1,415 bounds lifted'' cries for the clubhouse will I the Injury bug during the'! out, sophomore at BHS wa the* time.
hasn't come around as well M'''I levels were taken. A third Is to 1,570, be purchased. Keep in mind : PlotI I
state meet but won the
short-stop Donald Falcon, 11: I only boy to win hill match It The sale will start at 10 a.
left field Maxlle Sanderson, I expected yet, the coach ad-I I due to be taken this week. :Biggest weight gain recorded thin "drapery project"* as iti I Ida Star Conference and Dls- I the nine hole event between m. Friday.

10; center Held, Greg Reddish ded. He said Falcon, Wayne Juniors Mickey Agner and was py /sophooMjre Merits will take cooperation and tract titter! however!' ELECTED TO ANiitt ASS.V.A. GaInesville High Schl' and
10. and rlgntfteld Eddie McLeod BedJlsh, and Elder I Calvin Varnes. however, are I Sandcvs< who gained 1 right work to provide the nccosnarv Every team Hurse has coached ,'
Bradford
Douglas, 11. are getting good wood on the still the only two BHS ath- i pounds 141 to 13: he also funds. since 1960 has won both O. Frame of Starke ban. High on Tuesday' C.\KI/ OK THANKS
March 9.Gainesville
ball, however. letes to( lift 10 times their lifted 50() more )jsoMndu going. Congratulations!! to Homer the conference and district been elected to membershipin
Akritfge' and freshman Paul Falcon the slickest fielding body weight -the Gold levelthat from l.5() to l.WS. Boys on and those who did well In I'lLI I titles' but he says protpvcta I I the American Angus Axnn, won with 'a 73wore ,j.j.'W wish to thank all of our
.
McLeod round out the Tornado lutlta of St. Joseph Mo. This with/ the point .yl1iKOther frleml.'* 'who\ were 110 kindbelpful.
Azalea Festival
Instance tho membership -
all the !! for at
short-stop with the strongest boys are shooting every level! picked \.tP. this' year are not nearly as''' ,
pitching squad Letterman toward. Another EMvld Mar- Tournament. Sorry Carl lost'' j' was one of :5,16 Issued Icwnl boys ploying" Were and sympathetic durIng
arm BHS has seen i In I i Junior, Roger : freshman good. The '65 corps! of baby'runners
Gary Bennett, a senior along maixv-a-season. was the Chilson, is getting real uca went from! 15t pounds to his putter and Jack wan/ sick I -will have to ret their I! to breeder of registered Ab- David Silcox, Flip Graham; the illness and death oj

with Juniors Charles Howell team's leading hitter last year I II close. As he stands now he Is 157 and He lifted 1,090 Better luck next time feet on the /ground and the ) erdeen-Angus In the U.S. during -I John Odram. Harry Haulerand ",-1 our loved one.- The familyof
and ,
Douglas Conner sopho- I with a ,442 average for the' the only boy in the Blue level, pounds!!, :$0) more tji"n In January Carolyn I going: will be rocky at first February. Jay toy Chasten., Eddie Austin Starling.THOSE .
more Dale Crosby, and freshman This Sunday we wilt. have
Larry Mercer round out I' 15 games Wayne McLeod batj j nine times his body weight the veteran coach says. '
ted .337 as a freshman third : Between the last two level Another big JutjiB was recorded Merit Scholarship
Thomas and Lawson theonly
the team. j I'I sacker and Oreg Reddinh and | Chllson outgained all other by Junior( ;teve Tilley consistent polnt-gfOttera are< I
Work-horse Mark' Hamilton,! Dwight Elder both hit for very i athletes by gaining six pounds I who (galbed ttoin 1 t.8 to 155'6 Tests Given Here bark fl'Om.lR't' year's squad '

mBHMHBBK.I ii i I and lifting 95 more pounds pounds, /I gain of T'/' I pounds Junior Calvin Varnea has
I than he did on January 18. In andtho went from: 1.170 Forty-three students at'' looked promising with 83.21 y

January he was 85 pounds a- pounds Uttaj:/ to 1.380: a bin Bradford High School took'' quarter mile, however, and

gain of 120 p< \indH. Ira .Is the 1965 National Merit : Marshall Beam has turned In .

REPOSSESSEDGE respectable .289 averages. now In the Red Iwvel. eliiht I Scholarship Qualifying Test, a Sit! 9 quarter He was! out all
Gainesville High will also times hU I body Weight, but Tuesday. Connie Clark principal last season although Ineligible ,
be the Tornadoes' needs orjv\ 14 move pound!! to announced this week
opponents I; :and Hurse expects him to THAT 1r
make Vne! Blue level, nine ''I s
In their second go next The test Is the first step In help out this season.'

1 day March 19. in a : Frl-I times Those hl.4:In body the:. wel JWQ ht.level by the eleventh annual competition !- Junior: Roger: Chilson is already ,

a m return engagement. ': for four-year Merit ,r throwing the discus a
and increase
weight naiiif -
name '
owns victories over Orlando Scholarships provided by the respectable 2 140 feet and hand
HAVE.
Oak Ridge Deland. and Day- I Randy lii Joiner pound, one lilted] pound are: I National Merit\ Scholarship I senior_ David$ Loppr are .
tona Beach Mainland this
and tossing
Corporation by sponsorIng ( the 12-pdund high
gained 15 more tu>Mnd lifted
season corporations foundations! ( school in 40-foat
shot-put the :
I than last month; Steve Tilley. j ,
colleges, associations, unions I -
Tit;} pouti4: Ralnod. and 120; i irh .
2-Door Refrigerator $65.0012Ft. I \'Ulit gldcr,, 6. UQ): Douglas I II trusts, anj Individuals Test' I nuked to take a second exam- I ]IT IS THAT\ SIMPLE!
who
scores of students were I
AUTO I Conner fo> gain IIIP to( Illness i| ination. Those who repeat .
to
examined will be reported -
I : John Bi'a.dley, I'} their high performance and !
Philco Chest Deep Freeze $59.9512Ft. I dropped 08 pouiiOs: Eddie'?' their schools before May 13.1MOl'e' i meet certain other requirements .

II StanplI g 1;, down 6*; and Eddie I I than 14.000 ScmlflnalIsts. will become finalists In i

19fi; Model New $210.00 I Duiu GE Chest Deep Freeze $99.95 I Green lellel'leaven| timeR i each state will be named Merit Scholarships will b.- F,
I their bOdy wclrfhtl;/ are: [ early. next fall Names of the selected from the finalist''
62 Model with Mini Itasket New $:100.00 Wnvne Bliinkenship, 4. no semifinalists are' published In group on the basis of lIChool' ': Association Of Starke

GE Automatic Washer I vain; Mixflle fiiintJcrson, 8, 50: | a booklet which Is distributed records and recommendations 'IIIII' '
$149.95 John S e1'tiJlt'5., l 15: Butch to all colleges and to otherfjurpes test scores, extracurricular; 218 X. Temple Ave. Phone 961.000;;

6:1: l\Iodel"'Nt'w" $220.00 I Redding) 4i"no fMnt Often I) of., llnanclaU} aid,,fo4;'f activities! l leadership ability* -,n\.. .....

,i' 7- dirks! lifted| 1.295 )pounds lit I undergraduates and accomplishments!! outside .
GE Automatic Washer $99.95 I IS1!! pounds\ in his first level' Each semifinalist will be the classroom.

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you SAID. PuLL OVER! I David Ma'-uca.' 6, SO- /

Conch I If this week !.'.tt11he will
Pull over to 1'rcwiilt. h..11M..r''e I
BULLINGTON'SAPPIjIANUES honor \ athlete each week lit
for I the BncHt oarKcrvlx1 I ore i
In ISUirUi- W'I' have with the title "UU tlpr of the II
tale IUII..tt..I"lo| M..n..t'. Wppk", *fie) wlnnpr'd picture
i: will be busted 'In the field
station In IhlH un-u. .
Uniiiie under the title honoring
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their Sfijlor rings ind they
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are very beautiful! I think

they are All proud l of them. I 1.. :
Now tIt\t t bn-slcettwiH Benson I

it over tfe sport scene turns, 530 SOUTH WALNUT ST. Z, 't !I!:': i ';:i[!
to golf \b\st-btUl. pad tiaek. : t
The boy have beer working;' 11:1:

spoiti hlU'dn We| < seem their to respective support/ : 1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-- MbtRCHI52.13 ;!

footbull gild' bUvskotbnll with I (
our Attendance\, butt fall downon
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t M\ football or basketball RCA Television Set :
NOW! ,
'
oo corns (on out and support I
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these!\ other tftlvltlea. I I.j,
) 11, ;.s Friday night the Interact I 4t '

Club of UH3 will sponsor a I I'OHT.\ULE t t(11f .. :,.-
Heart fund" Deuce at the I

"Yur Valuable Country Club All proceeds. f '
will xo tp the Heart Fund. At'
the dune the QUeen< of Heart 1:1:
Radio Clock :
; G. Ee
DoEt.Kd: ie ,1\'ne.UI es' The Fund gULi Drive| had will little be crowned.Heart ;i PLUS

n '1r, 4 Fund tx>x eos In which: people'
who wanted to vote r for that' Get Your Free Ticket Nothing '
PUT THEM IN A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX particular \Jf'rllOnct'd). coin : I1'

Into the pox, The amount of To Buy No Obligations YouDon't
tanetdtiIIg
You can relax with confidence once you've put your precious things coins will be!' eountixl\ to determine }oIIL"I: | ,,),," n>bvr or Their Even Have To Be Present; To' Wirr? I

and valuable papers In one of our theft-proof, fire-proof, loss.proof the winner and ahe -amUI. : H>lr Tu Knlrr.: I
will be clowned at the dance.
Safe Deposit Boxes. Everything be "Fort-Knox-safe" 365 days a The prices, for the qanre are

year. Don't delay any longer when Safe! Deposit Box protection is so 175 stag anj I $I.:}y dra r. So r-ltsrti1e '' I i

Inexpensive.. .only pennies day. come out And hear' the Phantoms ,
play' at the Heart Fund Kids! SHU J IE
Hey CocaColasTHE
Give- your (tr.vellunds "nine/ lives"/ carry ,1 I rs Dance It U tor a good cause I ITomorroW :i Carton I.
< U activity day at
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TRAVELERS CHEQUES Comer I
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that tube .Lso. { ; tYour I
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Buried TreasureTo
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Be ExhibitedIn .x:

GainesvillePart MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS MtAT SWEET. JUICY VALENCIAOranges \'


llchest of yield the of 20th sunken century's treasure (Dinners. 2 FOR 79 5 LB.BAG 39,,:

will BO on exhibit: At the t
Florida State Museum In LIBBY FROZEN ORANGE LARGE. FRESH HEADS t
Gainesville on March 22.: The $''l I f.
show will nm untU April :28 juice 2> 6-oz. Cabbage 2 HEADS L9 "
New Pk.
and Is expected to be one of Y
the highlights of the year
"Pieces of Eight!"-part of VAHLSING FROZEN TATER DELICIOUS WASHINGTON STATE FANCY 4 ;i

the St.6, million fortune unearthed .
off the Florida coast Buds 5 Pgz s1 Apples 2 39PIC ,
near Ft. Pierce by the Real 8 .
Salvage Company of Sebastian
-Is being loaned' to the Museum .P1-PAK FROZEN STRAW-

by the firm and !the cosponaoiing Qf
Fresh Red Ripe Florida
Berries i 3
National Geographic lo-oz.. cUP y
S :lety. The display recently
w'''s Known at Explorers: gSTRAWBERRIES 3 Pt<. $1U.

Hall In Washington, D. CoO ,

for Dkcre than two months. S. NO. RUSSET BAKING
Among the objects on view /
from th! 230-year-old find
will be silver.ftcoot of eight.
gold coins belt buckles gold Potaloe510. 79 + P
rtnts, and a 10-foot anchor S
from a Spanish galleon.Of .
special Interest will be a.
dragon' pendant and .-h Jn..-
pertlY crafted from gold.
Those who are interested t in
the historical aspects of
treasure hunting will be ably 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON
to view charts maps and( HORMEL CANNED
other data related to previous Ham 3 $26'
owners of the valuable collection
where It was found REG. 29< COPELAND CHIPPED

and how It was salvaged. Beef 19'
The Real 8 group, headed Pkg.
by Kip Wagner and a professional REG. 49. COPELANO PORK W-D BRAND
IIftlnff' team from ''V A ;
California directed by Mel Sausage lb. 39'REG. Sirloin Steak. 88
Fl .her, combined' their ta! nta 59< LB. HORMEL ?

to produce the start of what lb.39t BONELESS ....
couM be a., nultl-mlUton dollar Bra'sweiger ,

project. \ REG. 89* PEELED DEVEINF.D Round" 1 Steak 88 r
Their recover;* ram from LB X -
the remains of a Spanish I iflaet'wrcakvl1 Shrimp ??. Pkg. 79' .. _
off :Florida' In hue-I BONELESS
: a : COCKTAIL cI..WI.1; '
('RjJQCjy to Scrv*
rlcan in the ,.11'&r H1& Aecordinr .i
to reports 10 of Ube. ShriniD 3 ::g.79' Round Roast LBSO/ ;
11 ships were lost, more than I to
KRAFT SLICED SWISS ir
1.000 seamen perished an4 *14 fV-D BRAND "
w.
million In gold and silver d.apoeal'Pd .. Cheese 39' -::
6.0x
Pkg.
in the sea.. PFRCH FILLETS T-Bone Steak-98? ..
Tentative plans call for additional ,-.
salvage operation to' Fish Ib. Oil W-D FRESH 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON ,r

muim In May in the Sebastian PILLSBURY OR BABiscuits 95IH ...:.
i ,
Inlet area when \-bpl .
Ground Beef 51 I .
ocean la not at turbulent .as It I 4 Cons 39' : .. :.
is at present.

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I II I seven fire with a total of 25: Church In Starke, In uniform. tl>A5. f will apply ,in Ih,' ll'iii'naliln '',, 'I Htuni'V linn fjin1
: Girl Scouts ttaltliiiui,, 111, Maryland. ,
Long Endorscs$10OOOHomestead Rotary Speaker Th ron \ YHW, "i'intniJudffA 1>
I I. I acres burned as compared A weiner roast and hike Is \ uf 11I..dr,,,' ,I with nine fires and 49.6 acres. Observe 53rdAnniversary planned to wind up the' Florida fur approval. uf naif) u null hit* I...'.-n flit'ii 1 atfaliiatyou ,

Exemption For Pcrsons Over 65Tax ,, burned during the same period Stresses Selling I week's activities. final. returna anil for ,un. nrtlt-r. In tl.. a.bo\M entitled... .rauito,
I, of dmtrlliutlun' and fi>r neal and that you are r juii <>d to
nst ven r. I dlHcharire aa Kdmlnlstrator. "f rile y'"ur an..wr. with the <'t..rk I

AsscuHor Gene Long certainly believe this to be In the week ending Monday "The Romance of Selling"was The local Girl Scout Troops Smith the BHta.1 deceased.F of. Chaunucy II of py thl'.1I\.r..or Court upon anil thv to i lulntirr nrvo. Hti

him .inkd Sen Chnrley E. legislation with good merit' I New River flre tower recorded the topic used. by lent y Join others all over the nation Plastic Notebooks 92.20: at theTelegraph. <-l>ruary <;. 1965 or plaint Ufs .Httornvy. \\ h<*...
Johns imd Rep. A. J. Thomas' Long addetl: "After being II I 1.7 Inches of rain. Highland O. Motes Ji., Jacksonville in observing tho -13rd ,I Thurlow Smith .iiaint* .ui j").J add***>* I in John ,H;
I ..
Florida :Nat!iorml
.h. for their favorable oon- substantially along with our also hnd 1.7 Lichen and businessman and civic lealer.who birthday' of Scouting/ during$ AdrnlnlatraturT1IUMAM & "I'IKRCK Hank l-tou..r..62 Bulldlnir. Jack.'I\III., ,

aldel lion of a proposed constitutional just-value assessment! program ( Santa Fe tower che.ked 2.3! spoke to members of the National Girl Scout Week, 201-5( North Temple Avr.Htarke Florida. not later than. April
,t amendment In- I can certainly nee nches. Rotary Club here \Ve 7-11.
March ...... For ......r.t L.a.lr.riorliln. Attorney for. Adinlnlatrator dfurvv pro ,'''nr"ttm> wUl b*> *-nt -
cie.mlng, tlio homestead ex- where this would relieve some Motes i la vice president The local troops have start- ill, 41 41 : .*rtid. aaainvt you for thf n-ll".fdmand
oiiiptmn, of persons over the hardships on some of these Cigarette Tax and co-owner of the Thompson In re: Kntn.t of Chaunccy H. .* ed the sale/ of Girl Scout Smith, d..". I. 'I.... ( IecuIlourt. Im \tul' MUI! IM fi..r tllvortft. ..
.4ii/ > of 05 to $10.000. Present senior citizens. Hotel & Restaurant Equipment cookies with receipts going to Notice. Of Flllnit I'rtlllun. For for llrmlford twuiil.>. l'lorUInNo 1 \ltnMM.. m>' hand and tli.i
c. "finptiun on homesteads: is The suggestion of a $10,000, [ Shows DeclineIn Co. and a member of and maintaIn KliiHl DlnrhJirKe. of AdtnlnlMtra-" 1 1.1-45T Mal ..I ald <*<.UrI.LI St'irk**,
jr.:, IUO.) exemption for homeownersover the Jacksonville Chamber of help buy equipment tor. fharlca. H. .Mullaliurv., IM.iln-, Florida, thin iih. ,ilay or Mai, Lh,
Area Towns Girl Scout camps in the .:.:> In n letter to the Bradford the agj of 03 was made 1 Commerce Committee of 100. Gateway Council. have. flied. my' final return a.admlnl. . 'M"f>riiT: **";.\I.J)
ipKiK'ntorn/ ':\ : I.ong said: "1 real- by a senior citizens group in V 'f' '. I All towns In tin area Dhow. In stressing the importanceof ralor of the ..tMt. 01 NtlTICB) OK! !MI'IT ""rl.." \ .Ii.., t.v. "I'rk
On Sunday March 14, the Chauflcey. H. $,iiith, dBciraaed: Th. Mttof. ,Fbi' iilii of the <*ln'nit ,''.lrt. .
l7e thiS. would require conRtI- Jacksonville. : 1 cd a decline In cigarette tax salesmanship In our way three troops will attend services -,| that I have flliM my petition TO: Kran. ,'a V $Mall-nui' Hy .Uniilan. M. M"",ly
'tui 'um.tl nmcmdment. hut It'AUII I collections for 'January all of life, Mr. Thompson said. for distribution and for. finaldlDcharne Tune',any, Apurtnl.Apartnuent nt'* lM-piit. i'trk
,: I!I i compared with December al. "Nothing/ happens until. a slle at the First Baptist .. and that un April 2, 1 1FOR ::1 I 111 It 4/1 I

OK THINKS Chest X-Rays LL.I-. V ._....i I 08. 'is made."
Collection for Decemberand The speaker was, introduced
I wish' to thank my many I
January were as follow by Clyde Terwlllpgar./:
friend,* for the flowers, cards I First BaptistsSet
Mark Hamilton and John
Are Set HereFree '
(December figure first
) :
41 nd )letters" I received while in Interact
of the
officers
Brooker Spenglcr ij
$334.24.
Revival 1306.3! : :=
the hospital.. Mrs. MaxieCUI.ter. Hampton $221.11 $140.56: Club, t't-onKomil by Rotary w.

Sr.HI'I'TIC chest x-rays will be Ke tone Heights $1.49602, asked support of their I

given in Bradford County. March 22-28 first project of the year a
$1.133.37 .
; Lake Butler!, $1. 20 Word. or leas, one tune. .95 !Memorial" Resolution. __ 60 per wiwl !
March 19-26, as a service by 875.38. $1,952.30 dance this Friday night for
; Lawtey If not In adv_._____ 1.23 Thanks to 3D( worilv %.50
; 'I'ANIANI> the Bradford County Health Revival services will be heldat *52801. $434.22; Starke. $7. benefit of tho ,Heart I-'und. paid Cterd* of up ---- 1 1K..ytwl

IHtAIN) .rilCI.DINSTALLATION )Department and the Florida First Baptist Church 784.0B, 16094.11 ; Waldo, Care of the Rotary /goat: for or Blind Ad.___.... 1.23 Ovrr 5O words .. ______ Be per' w.i'l i'

: I State Board of Health. Starke. Match 22-28. wltl $31R.C! $30 .98. a week was awarded to A. .1. Earh: additional word over ZO. .03 Dlxplny' ads In ('13nUII'0 per> is"A

The mobile unit will be located Evangelist Clifton W. Bran- Thomas Jr. who wits the unlucky -
Hark Hoe Work
at the following/ places non of Lonsvlpw Texas. a> 2 Woods memher whose name ,
Out Hen'il'cFill Fires
Pump throughout the county: preacher. Scrvlc.-s( ( will be held was drawn from those missinga { SATJB!: JI'STINr.TTnF.( :\ I

Dirt) /find Top Soil Hellbronn Springs, Reddlsh'a nightly at 7:30: ( o'clock and at, Burn 4 AcresTwo meeting/: Ant not making up Expert Recapping PIta Ready mix eoncr.te concreteI & 111'IIOI.STEKY WOIIKS

nUADI'Oltl) ) SKI'TIC Grocery Friday. March 19. 11 a. m. and 7:30': ) p. m. on their attendance. Dy nienn I block house! piers sand, cement 710) Lemon St. Falatka

TAN'OII'ANY/ : 12 noon till 2 p.m. Sunday fires. were reported" (Pee Wee) Crew mortar mix roci iteel, Furniture Itenalred,

I Phone !))69.28<; : I 1 1TH Lawtey. Roberts Store -- Mr. nrnnnon has bern during the past weak by the Home CottagesAre Aim FuU Line of _lead The C1&UaItIedSI< rater *.hl'lI.Itmerock., root I & RefinNh! '
Friday March 10, 3 to 7 p. traveling at an evangelist\ for Florida Forestry Service In NEW: TIRES: TRUCK. IF YOUR NAME IS il II gravel" lintels. BRADFORD I ilTphnlstered{

m. more than 500 revivals among{ Bradford County with four IntroducedBy TRACTOR ..- An SIZES FOUND AMONG TIlE:','I ENOB. CO. Phone 864-2121. MATTHKSSKSnml ; : IufttJIL'1.New

Starke old Florida. Bank Southern Baptist Churches: ( In acres burned. Since Jan. ]1 Jim WalterJim rnnnsylvanla. DnnUp CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL,:, Btarfco tfrhPEYTON I Innrsprinei

CHR1AV.CWt Momm building Saturday March which mole thun :,11,000 new there have been seven fires AT THE TELEGRAPH i Box: Springs
_. ----- .-.V 20. 10 a.m. to 1 and 2 added to with 23 acres burned, HARDY nROTIIERS Call
.- I.d p.m., members have been( as compared Walter. Corporation the OFFICE FOR A FHEE I: FLORIST Irnp l's A Card or
.. V Ia..t'pA to .1 p.m.Hampton. the churches. Of this number with eight fires and 24.6 world's oldest ant largest "on SALVAGE YARD TICKET TO TIlE FLORID4 -',I 119 M. THOMPSON: !ST. \I.\TKA' K\': -niBMRS. $

City Hall-Tuesday more than 25,000 have been acres burned during the same your lot home hulldpr." all Introducing ITJI. SQI-Nort" THEATRE.: I PHONE 984-415S PEGGY SIIM.I.FR

__.I, March 23, It a.m. to 2 baptized. Almost 400 \people period last year. a complete line of NIGHT 964-3891 or 9fi-10Z!) I 20t! E. Adklns I'll.I .

p.m. have siirrrndnM: th.'lr lives to February was a wet month second home cottages to the INSIJKANCKAT BE SURE TO SEE World DISTINCTIVE rl.OMKKH: I Starke. Agent

Lnwtey Sam Brown's Store full time Clu Isltan! service tinder with an average rainfall of public this spring: nr.itvcr.it RATES Book before buying any other W. Wire Flowers Anrhrrtfchit& ,

Tuesday, :March 23, 4 to 7 his ministry. A total of 9.93 Inches at the county's Statistics show that over AI'TO' FIKK. BOAT Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne.

half a million decisions for three lire towers. New River 100.000 "second homes" or" DoYLE E. CONNER: : your local representative since

p.m.On Wedne.day. March 24, Chi 1st have been lerorded.Mrs. reported 9.10 inches for the being built in the U S each INSfHA.NCE: AGENCY 19S8.: P. O. Box 603. Phone FOR SALE--4 Hr.. 3 full bath

the mobile unit will be at tho Brnnnon travels with} month, LoulH Hill tower measured according to Jim Walter tfohg 964-3794. trrh REGISTER NOW FOR Cn home: panelled den. 2 car
year.
following locations: Florida and assists her husband In his 11.30 Inches and Santa officiaL Recoijnl/.lns" the ADULT EVENING CLASSES carport; laundry room: chahi,
worldnews Commission. Ko" 9.40. M. A. PAYNE Basle and high school refresher link fenced back yard: partially
Development 8 revival rampalgns. One service trend toward more and longer Insurance Problems? Individualized
courses.
to I 9 a.m. Big Dad Mfg. Co., Is devoted to her life's The average for February 1404 E. Call Street! air' conditioned. Attractive
vacations higher wanes instruction ..
Call The Man Prom start at any tim Call 376-0938 Gainesville.
1O to 11:30: a.m. Garden Restaurant story In which she tells of her met was 8.13 Inrhes and the shorter work weeks, and the "Keystone"George Three bedroom and two tile 1200 per course of 18 weeks" price.. tfchR

1 to 2 p. m. Reno transition from "Club Woman : 50-year average for February desire for country living Jim bath home. large living room i ADULT students applyto

School. 2:30: to 3:30: p. m. and Civic Worker to Crusader ; Is 383 Inches.Methodist. Walter Is turning Its. unique E. LaRue with kitchen anef dining. Utility Principals orflce RJF MRS C R. CREWS
Thomas Lumber Co.. .4 to S for Christ."
In building and financing facilities screen porch and patio. High School. White Adult students -
p.m. Mr. Brannon lawyer' Keystone Height I FOR RENT:2 bedroom furnished
was.
Church to supply the dcmaaj In Central heat and attic fan. apply to the Adult Education .

Brooker Grecn'a Store before becoming an evangelist I this field. Consultant For All Your Exclusive residential section I Office SE Wing USO house on Klngsley

focus) Thurs.. March 23 12 noon to and earned a 28 line sketchln"Who's J Calendar for the week: The new Jim Walter line of Insurance! Needs. high and dry corner lot with Building rear } to 4 p. m Lake. Connecting garage pier

3pm. Who In America." Sunday Church School. cottages consisting. / four paved streets. Price and term* dally or write to Adult Education and boat house Available Feb.

Reno, Oak & Drown Ice St.. When he became an evangelist 0:43: a. m. Membership Training models, Is designed for leisure RepresentingfIrpat reasonable. A. J. Thomas Drawer 100 Starke Business 15 to June 1. Phone 964-4201.

.Thura., March 23: 3 to 8 Mrs. Brnnnon rl'bdled'i : Class lOa. m. Morning living and low maintenance Ani.*rlran In.*. Co. Rfoalt r. Tel. 984-5701. tffhg /. foreign languages/ and tfohu
-- ---- ---, Her story tells of the Tim TruvKlrr In.*. Co.
Worship 11 a. m. Committee A new siding has been developed music courses" available tfcrm TOMATO PLANTS Fruit
The Chrbtlon Sctonc MonitorOn p.m.Stark. FOR" SALE-with no closing
., old Florida Bank of becoming a preacher's wife on Nominations 4 p. m. that la said to resist. t Tel 473-4692 Day trees. Shrubs. Camellia, Azalea
*Norway St. B..lanMou.02I1S coat. Cosy little home. All
building/ Fri., March 26. 11 Instead of the society lea:ler Snack Supper for MYP A p.' rot and eliminate damp walls, 473-4325 Nltes ftc All container grown,

Flaa 1 entof myiubtctlptfcn to W* a.m. to 2 p,m. and 3 to 6 p. she planned to be. She will I m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Aluminum windows and Conveniences. Mow Is your I !Eunice!: Nursery 2 ml Northof
chance to home. !SALE
W. USED MtrillNE
Monitor for th* pnlod cItcbdIe., \ m. Saturday, March 27. 10 a. tell this intriguing story on) Monday Wealeyan Sub- screens' are used In all mo-lels: Auto Fir Home BoilneuMonthly own your Lawtev on 301 4tp. 22%

..... I nctoM: T- tUi'1I"CIa" .) m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday night March 27. district MYF meeting In Wesley Jim Walter offers! these! new rajrntrat Plan H. Nollman. tfchg Singer Portable $995 A I'v

Memorial Church. Lake pottages:" with a wide variety National' Manufacturing SINGER COMPANY 402 N FOR RENT' -Modern. 4 room
YEAR $2." C
D 1 D month $1%
Marlon St. Lake City Fla
Rain Averages 'City. 7:30: p. m. of Inside finish options at a Chemical Co. has openings for I house Tile bath. Phone 9A424 -
D 3 months $4 ters on record.'. January' < total I 753-4081 tfcho!

I Tuseday Spiritual Life Jrl Ice
Manta 14.12 Inches In was 2.hI Indian while, Study Course. Ladles Bible $..000 for the shell The rom- I and residential properties In 1 territory manager., Guaranteed FOR" RENT-Spacious 2 bedroom FOR SALE 14 raring runabout
February' brought; StrMf__ _ _ Wettest Of Winters 933 int-hes. No fnr March han< Claflmoom 9:30: a. m. panv requires no down payment Starke Improved and unim salary plus commission. unfurnished duplex. Also! and heavy duty trailer
Wednesday Prayer Meet. and provides 100 percent proved. H. V. Knight, P. O. Also have opening for full or furnished apartments Nlc
) Call
Also 21" TV 14500
brought nn additional. 2.S3 in J193
CIty.Siole Bradford County has received ln/{, 7:30: p. m. Commission on financing when the buyer Drawer F. City. ttcttt part time men or -women. location. Reasonable W H 964-6801. Ext: 117J tfchg

ZIP Coda, an average of 14.12 inches ches.No woods fires were, reported Missions 8:30: p. m. owns his lot HOWARD TUCKER Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis Nollman, Starke. Florida.

nca of rain since Jan. 1 to make \ Thursday Chancel Choir Starting In Tampa In 1946. E.: Brown. P. O. Box 11 1, East tfrhR FURNISHED APARTMENTSModern :
the week.
during past
this one of the wettest win- Since Jan. 1 there have been rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Jim Walter has enjoyed a tremendous FOR SALE-Fill dirt top loll Lake Weir. Fla" tfctuBflLD one and two bedroom

Friday Story Hour In tractor work. new and ...d PETER JOHNSONFOR v. well aa Bachelor Unit*.
success and hu.imore
now HOME
Church Library 3:15: m. A 383 W Wash ,
1 p. building supplies. W. T. Jackson Renner Apts.
RENT Furnished
apartment -
-'- than 200 branch offices OR PARK A TRAILER -
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Ni {W4-574I
Building Material *n4 Ma- and small furnishec ington Ave. Phone i iUt"hlf
twin coast to coast. A free, NO. 223 ,
TilE RIGHT POINT for the brochure is offered to anyone chlnury Supply. Phon. M4- 30 acre*-16,000. Lots of room' house all at 321 N Temple _

way you write. Come In and Interested In more Infoimatlon ,4001. tfchg for roaming on this tract. Located Ave Phone 909-2981 tffha MRS D L SILCOX

in-elect. your favorite ESTER- on the new line of cot- FOR RENT Furnished 4 on paved highway, near I WANTEDMan to work on I
BUOOK fountain pen. TELK-: tages.CHJW. town. tank In. I WANTED TO BUY 510&Crt'a
/ Septic already
room and bath apartment. 129 f rm. Orey" hound raising and I
TERWILLEGAR TELEGRAPH: : Starke on paved
near
Partly fenced with well and
"
S. Water St Phone 069-1113. I wild birds. Steady work Must
electric pump for water! Pine road: Call 964-5944>> after!' 6 p.
tfnhff.
be able to drive tractor
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and cypress! trees. Only 18.000 I House light water wood jn_2tpd
CLOSE-OUT First grade pencils NO. 145
and gas furnished Moderatrsalary FOR BALE K1NOSLEY
6c each: 70c do*.; 14 97 acres.! Packed with polbllltles. .
J. M Edwards phonr LAKE: :3 bedroom." 1 bathhouse
MOTORSftt FISIIiNG half II rOIL,. Bradford County 129.500. Located on
94-2.121 iteM on lakefront Large
Trlcaraph. tf S. Htway, 301 with 1.320 U'I Uvlng room. kitchen. 24 ft
frontage. Pine and FOR RENT-Two bedroom apartment -
FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 cteened porch Completelrfurnished
I timber. 20 acres tillable. Good I : nicely" furnished" I
'\' I bedroom home. Call 994-2381.: Write Box B,
:P? NOW IN:' l'UOltEH()(; : 7-room bungalow, Sturdy 2- fuel oil and gas heat See Mrs ,
Itch Bradford County TelegraphItchit
tory barn. 30 x 30. House Is I J W. Klncald. 409 N Walnut.

\c Register Now I II II R'OUNI Bird" dog. Owner set back from traffic no..... St Phoni \Ortl-1491 tfrha i'_

I may have by Identifying. and Oood Terms. I FOR SALE Two beverage-
TAG I FOR 8A1.K.-1958 one owner.I'
pitying; for ad. Robert Star STROUT REALTY cooler. and 1 pUte. glass showcase
I From March 1 : 4 door. V-8 automatic
I ling. Up 2117 N. Temple Ave. tr.nsI I 1339 8 Walnut St :Mrs

Thru Labor Day ; (III. 1"8." :3 1)rtxmr ) mission. Chevy 149)' Also WA Stern Jtchg 3 1 18
WANTED: wringer/ type wa h- !9A9-349I! boat and trailer )165: M\ R | _

1 f I rr reasonable. Phone 9A4-2323 Judd. 1 127 Lafayette. phone j IgIl4 WANT TO BUY Lot or

''A j Ho qualified. lit ruler jour ftr 4 J p m. llchg. FOR SALE: 1942 Volk.wagon. AI\I 4ih' 3 28 i emaIl acreag"" near Starke
Radio! and heater Small equity I Reasonable POBox 2M
I fish" prior lo catching iI.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom
f OPPORTUNITY Wanted and take up payment. Call Starke atp 3 lilt
WITH Von will not IM eligible
ambitious men with transpor 98 -4391. Zrp 3-11 house on Ochlawaha RIVI'rno

I after li>' h i U caught. tatton who wish to earn $10.- OO per week Phone" 964SD5I FOR SALE -- Two bedroom

FOR SALE--34.000 BTU gas I 1 4tchu 32S Plncwood Drive,
I 1100 00 a year and up. ThU Is residence on

CURRENT I.KADKH 11'I ',, |1.11.| MASS a new and growing operation heater it: 120 gallon tank I REAL F.STATK FOR SALE Phone 0 4-431l 4

Used Ear Sold advancement with 40 gallon of ,... 1100.

Any I, CAUfillT(; HY KOIIIIY ItlCCS( ( with J posslbllltlM tremendous for the 1iIart'IIlve -- alao be IMO partially Doclae &enac.can financed.-, located FurnIshed just home outside on City 10 acre Urn KI"rR'tqflPMENT" :

men we seek. This 1U RoAd 14 115.000
State :
on NEWM> nottnIb.
I PRIZES FOR LARGEST Eugene Pearson. Lawtey.phone .
learn
to
Is your opportunity Completely" redrromled. T'rmsPhon File Chair.. *....Ine
7M-3392 atchu 3 1*
: BLACK BASS flew and fascinating buslneu. I Mao tfchg :5tamhincw. T.'UI'P1I.

Send name address and previous FOR SALE-1957 Font! 3 dr. ('al..I., "" *. ('a..h Rut..t-
This WeekendAfter i experience to: P. O. Box sUck S300 00. FOR SALE- 61 Corvalr Man' GaineaCilIttp ..
1st--$25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle 68. Ocranway Jacksonville. straight Phone 9O4-3033 V-I. Ucrui aa Excellent condition Assume .*4 N. Main 4 1

Florida 32318: Our company payments. Phone 471 _

2nd--$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle repieeentatlve will contact you FOR SALE -1 1953 Chevrolet' 3193 lip 'FOR SALE- Petunlaa, Snap

( Paper Comes Out) for an appointment& your Sedan. See William SUcox. 1 I' DragortA Holly Hocka. CoHanrvl

V I ENTKIl::' : NOW convenience" :Stcha 3 II 323: mile east of Stark. on Hlihwav FOR SALE Set of Oolf I < other annuals BU Bar

i 18 ftpIIOUSI Clubs Phon. 473-3192 Kr : Beef Steak Tomato pUnta.
PRIZE FOR MILLIONS of rugs have been
LARGEST FOUND Dog Part German '1C01t' bu hea. shrubbery Mr
cleaned with Blue Lustre. Ifi : FOR SALE-3 and -
6:00 P.M TIL? of 301 I V R Feiguson. Ralford RJ8t :
: SPECKLED PERCH America's finest Rent electric 3 bedroom" frame houe. MO Sheperd Vicinity M4TI' .-ke" 1t1'11.IIH13 .
March 7 Owner -man"
Sunday. mat
jhampcxx-r $1. Starke H rd- down. no qualifying Call

$10.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle .war.. Phil BUck collect at Jacksonville reclaim br Identifying. an/ DOe: Dart. 4 dr RAclI
\ paying for ad Call 96.8151I
U0-3804 2tch 3 II19JJ Will trade for uarwportatlonr

ENTER: NOW $3 S S I IWORLD'S I I 1 trii .> ,ma equity Phone 94S4I2 -
Cosmetic CHEVROLET PICK-UP
largest
3D Used Car Company. -has openings for truck! for aale. Excellent: FOR RENT Unfurnished :3'I 1 11&1Ii'.1.P

We qualified ladle In local netuh. Cond. Call \904-34SI First bedroom house on Ralfo W.\STf'D
Carry A Complete I Line Of : Road Space heater hot anc
borhood. Part time! work earning come' first nerved Itp Women" and men In gool:
cold water Over I it 0'I
acre
:10 week. showing I 9th
] to $: a health Men education
FOR RC'o"Troom' unfur- Janet :3 miles out on RaztoreIRd
FISHING TACKLE I
Avon Product Call or write grade or better"! Age 31 to 81
nUhed hots,.. 6 mile west of C,11 984.7984 tfrh
Mrs. Outd Sweat. P. O. Box I Women education 10th gradeor
\ couple prer r-'
Starke. Elderly
!Mfl live. Oak FU FOR RENT: One bedroom' better Ae 21 to SS Writeor
red.! Contact J U Wynn Lake ,
trailer Also with ;patloa eonUKl Pe--" onnl 1 Department -
Butler. Pta Itp,, apace
To SElEct From BOBBY BIGGS I Weaunoreland Trailer SunUnd: Training Cen

Starke BuildersSUPPLIES nonn.nJATOR FOR: SALE--Metal overhanging Park Phone "-3291: or 93131 ter. P 0 Box I1SO. Oalrw

used game door<<', 7' x I', tferuiNOTHING vile! 318

SHOP' rood condition. Stt 00. Call I I
DOWN $50 mo :3
I II
9( 4-1931 J I:. Ttnltneon. Itp
,. !
Auto PaintingFr bedroom house. 2 acre lanl FOR %LE

Visit Our Lot At Night INC.at EetlmateRadiator.. FOR RENT OR LEASE Turn right off U S 301 N' onUt Residential lot>> bwated' on
,
Cleaned. Rr
S.A.I. Depot Phone 961-1201) Repaired I IIl"nd'a Orocerjr, Klngslry Lake. Mitt 7th house on right 'StrlekUn= 1725 Hour Olaa

1 Ctomplet* stock for sale See I John D Ducar Rt 2. Bos D'1./e Or"j.rKtn Phone 424-
Wolnul St. SUrk
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who have become disinterested William Harold Cherry and tllO'd .....1 citrttrtcttj. fwj, i iritttMl ,I. I 1.10111\1.: ) Q
to ii*> ,iHMtiwul. th....>ix 'i'hj.;' 1'hall. ** .\. liurlix. .
I BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES or those of low academic Dorothy react' Rosa; James <'..lltl"..,.. nun.b.ra. l and< .al. Clerk of Circuit Cam: ,of Until
Bradford Farming ability In these courses the Luther McDunle.1 and Mndti-, of Inmtitnc. the tlorn.rtptlonth n' ford County, Florida
student becomes bored and is line Powers; Richard Elliott properly, and l th.> nuni. ... in,, 3/+ 4t 31.3
whlih It was. t.*B.Mii.U iir) a.
AS likely to become a problem to Welsh and.l Doris Eileen/ Ni Diet fallow.: 1
himself and the school He Is h; DUly Charles Norman Ortiricm, NO). 1&3: Your of -
also likely' to develop habits and 1 Judy Litverne Bennett; UmiuiuID6. I >. :
iMTlptln. of frofiprtv I I le" ARE TERMITES
Human Relations Committee I By Jamra Temple which will hinder him later In Charles Laurie McKInney and In HK (Cn,. of SlOt :.NMW' n,
a more meaningful course. Elizabeth Louisa Taylor.TIIK NW 4_ d N\V'. bring' 'Ins'' V a
a by lla'ua1v lox jo1 DESTROYINGYOUR
At the present tlma the ....... .
Nnnm' In which n nl John'nl
I Can Be Constructive Force For Good One of the vital aspects. of complex here at BII& usa. on. U "'Inw.II ., t
SEEIT ,\ "f siilil >.,.y balm Ilk HOME?
the pr.n
junior high program la guidance counselor, Miss Della : RIGHT POINT for the
Mayor Chitty is to be commendedfor the playground area ia Reno, and thisis that of providing guldancj: Rosenberg. She Is doing a fine way you write., Come In and .the. ...County.".1..11.. u.( liraiiroi. 8imnr I

taking the initiative in the forma- a matter to which the Committee services. The scope of this one job within the a elto which select your fjvorlte ESTKR-; .l'nl.. surh,, i-nrllflisl. m' FKEE

tion of a Human Relations Committee might turn its attention profitably in phase of the program reaches she has time to devote! herself. BROOK Fountain Pen a.Ith..t.. i..orillntc.: .m, shnll.law b thi<> < i n|irapni\d.nrod. t I I.h..rlb..1 I INSPECTION

composed of responsible representatives the future. There are many other Into such areas as curriculum But try as she may she cannot TEI.F.1 ,lit mull ..nli'I ii .ale ..rl"I II

of both races in Starke.In areas in which the considered judge planning testing, counseling, spread her service to provideadequately I rllflvatR. will l>f .".lil. r; t
Phil discipline, attendance, motivation for \otlr or Vpl'lli-nllon/ hlahimt lilil.lrr. nl ih<< F Jll.JQtil
tho for }
By Cronkhlt I 1.300 students rnmllrril
a statement of objectives the ment of the responsible membership hiiiinii. iliinr nn the flint I'I', '
I of students, and atti on campus. Her time Nri>. III4.1.. (I, K. C, In Month of April IVrtll. l lIn '
I Mayor said : "The Committee shall comprising the Committee be ,
Il may I nth 539 K.: CnH 9fi.10fi5| :>>
tudes. It eventually influencesthe and services are devoted to Notli'B I IK hernia K Ivan, thill, Ihs day or 'April .
:I meet from time to time and shall concern helpful.In w. have Just received word success or failure of manyof the senior high school and T J. Alderman. rlu h"ili1ir, .iftho l>..t.,1 this Inl, day of blanch.j,

I itself with all areas relating to this connection, it seems appropriate from two sources that pepper our studnets to gain from they are much needed. Tills fnlliiwlnv. ,'.rtltlt AI.. l\n. lead

I. the physical and cultural demeanor of to quote from an editorial appearing plant are available. If any their school experience those i means that in reality the L

all citizens of Starke. recently in the Holmes Coun- one Is Interested! In setting !things necessary In adult life. I junior high school Is withoutthe hgM.Wl. 1 .

"The Committee shall advise all persons ty Advertiser at Bonifay. The writer. out pepper, the quicker you Ironically Guidance Services services of a guidance

groups and governmental/ unitsof said : get in your order the better, are listed first in the section <<:- person BodcockfiMiii'.BiiH APPLIANCE

Starke in matters of conduct and ". the long view is eyer more because about the :20th;: they I of the Accreditation In cider to meet the state ,
have contract to nil. Standards for Flort'a!! Schools
requirements< in 196d-87 the
activity concerning the keeping of the important than the immediate and
I Now is the time to really I 1305.81'hlch!!) deals with junior hlxh must have a full
peace and the relationship one to an- businessmen, elected officials, school
think about School Services.
our
spring
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vegetable couiweler The Ideal situation .
other in Starke.
administrators parents, workers-all I plantingWe The guidance service spoken I, according to the state SET
In taking this action Mayor Chitty of us, of both races-must look three I I all want to plant to. of simply means a person who I is one full time counselor for

has done what the officials of too years five years, ten years hence. We I ...ther. The weather has beena has the responsibility for 'i each 375 students This means

many towns and cities have failed to must lay groundwork for our futures drawback aa far as getting counseling with the students I we should have one full time I ( / t= 1
do until it Is too late. He has createda and the futures of our children by Into the fields, but our fUui enrolled at the school in matters and one half time counselor HOT POINT

means of communication betweenthe an earnest effort to improve and should be materializing- our of personal, vocational, It is also Implied and stated ;

races that can have great influ- grow and prosper."Unnecessary I mind aa It la essential to and educational Importance.The In the requirement by the 10 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR
follow a good program.We framework In which state that the counselor must
in
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on II.A-.Hi t Faint "Shelf Area
good! relations free from outside influences one side and unreasonable futile retaliations -] sure have had It as far the counselor operates depends be free from encroachment of ,ttk1 i-4- I ,II.) I'nlde. l FiMtl' (' 1MWltyI

that would create chaos. on the other can serve onlyto all the weather I I. concerned l. upon school policy. any kind which would divert .I ftD-ltn' Preeser CuiinrltyI $$179 95
but are happy to con-I his from the .
sat promotionof
say ? Ideally, the counselor is energy '
I It-lit ( hitler Tray
One of the points emphasized at the harm the future of all in the com
regardless of quality or quantity cerned with developing a the main objective of the .I Aluminum .Ire Tn y. .
organization meeting of this important mu nity. w* have so tar been the meaningful! sequence of guidance program. That objective .. 'Interior light ,111. Itown. DrIN Iwe

group last Friday night was that "Businessmen must consider the effects highest market In Florldn, courses trading to. the acquisition Is to assist students to ? u ,, .I Muitm-llo. tenor Gasket "L80:\ A 1SrckI

the representatives of either race if their policies will have on their many time higher than, nor of marketable skills for attain the best possible adjustment I .i Iliillt-ln fgir: Ititik A Mutter lllni .

and when the need arises, shall com- own businesses and on the business them markets. I'm .in'. that all students. The more ableas to the school and .i Illitl "Net 'minuting

municate information to the committee climate in the community.. the Good Lord know what I well as the less able. help them make plans for future O .heel. |U'M'I' NhrlveisPiirrelitln .

so that whatever action is necessary "School people and parents must lie I Ia doing and also It lows The guidance counselor education and vocation. inhering Lhler
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may be taken in due time, with- protect the best interests of their our need should be In touch .. IUi every j Again this part of our program -

out the need for acting: hastily or Ir- children by assuring an education of I talked by phone yesterday I phase of the school program and many others as

rationally.As smooth continuity, and as free as possible to people In east Florid Being In touch Is really not I i well falls short because of Upright Food Freezer
and Plant City and found The the* lack of money. These
one member of the committee of harmful discord. enough guidance counselor -
said, "Starke has always enjoyed good "It is vital that the white community out we have a lot to be thank. should bo able to Interpret I I i services are solely needed !in I h Norge Power KingM (bnlpresslrr .
relations between ful for. I will make a prediction In a meaningful way the the junior high school and we fold IAM'k M".tle" hots.
the white and color- accept its new responsibilities under that another year there various provrama. Thlt is very I j hopefully look forward to the vprtlnl Irfn....
ed residents and I see no reason whywe the law with as good I as wont be berries time that we can provide .
grace aa many Important. The results of tentIng. ix-litl. iw-fr<.x.>t Drnlit1H '
cannot continue to enjoy, that. re- possible, and it is essential that the ..
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lationship in the future. Negro community exercise its new the southern part of the state ference. and Interpretation of
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It was also pointed out that the prerogatives with utmost caution and a* there was this year. other Information has meanIng ]Marriage Licenses I.h. ('wpiM'lty

Committee could be useful In other deliberation else we all are losers regardless Strawberries are CIne crop only If the guidance counselor + Unlit. In K.>l,"rkXnfrty

areas such as becoming a sounding of the law. that the small farmer can can bring the program Marring license Issued by / "Signal' light
slue at a prom over a largerone. and the child together in a Itradfonl County Judge TheronYawn' r
board for -
consideration of
such'mat "This
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office Jan. and
urrrnsful during
tern as sanitation safety and 'recre all but it need be manner. $
us not a periodof Th" I'inlor high counselor Feb of this. year Included.. 4 in .\ \\ ':F.K $199.95V
ation.
caUstrophe. .- nov Rdward Thornton nml? r: I..... Ulllt Trade
(roul'l' serve the a hoot In the 'en "
Attention was called to the fact Eath of us. white or Negro, must I Shirley Ann Mcl nnlel, UT _
that Here) .Is no recreation center at make the decision. CHURCHI following ways: wist th< Ham -- -- { -- -" -
franklin Godwin I'uvv-\o1
i and tier- 'I'.Ipr-
tudrnt In the transfer from
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elementary to 1'inlor high In Sandra Lee Hhenly.. James

A Needed Break For Homeowners NEWS !l school troduce environment the student/ sdecl to a: new appropriate I I Samuel Highland' Orally and' Mnrnw Clara Ov Untie.''r- W. S. BADCOCK{ FUR 11TU3 ',& APPLIAHCE:

tests ant! prnvM- In. treet and I lUinpl, J.' ?

terpretmMn11. of the. 1 ruts' *.. I: Johnnnn.: Sammy Leo fmlti, ASSOCIATE STORE
Above The Age Of SixtyfiveEvery I and dilation Jam
KIIIXT n.VPTIST indents and parents aa well SylVia Opal ,
CUl'R(t.. Mr.tKKE I a i .the faulty Atalil stul-ntiTI I.a William Jiisllrs and A<( 12N S. Wiilnut :M. N. ( find) Vinm. M.... .* I'lioniil!) 1.:111::I I I

; now and then someone comes to do this even though it might mean I ""I.dlnll.| program of Alice Austin; Gary. RaymonEUey i
Sunday, Mar. .. Ourt..DIICI:; Floor N "Filled Tit Cnpiicltv' U'lth Tpemendnua ItariraliiH I lit
for
Sermons and lUrbnrn Rllaitbnt:
up with a suuvestlon that makes so' eliminating a few of the luxuries towhl..h iturtt,, ** IMr flnl a solution
I I.: Mo:nlng The Gospel\ Drake Robert Itornnrd l JuIliw All Kln N of Home 'urnltllre--eome See!
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tie has andattendance
much 'spore and I is (so imminently.right become accustomed.Tax i (th.* stiMentt' dlscl llnt
that we wonder why no one thought Assessor Gene Long It heartilyin rh* power of God unto Salvation problems. Refer j and Patricia Ward Co .
Horn.I 1 :181 E..nlnll-
of it before. student to appropriate school .
favor of the proposed Increase In How Jesus Put Away Our Sin
Such a suggestion was the one'bya exemption for homeowners over 6ft.:') (lieb t:2d: )I. and community resources If neededFulUrwup for i
further ssMstanc*
senior citizens group in Jacksonville and this! week wrote Sen. Charley K.: Schedule of weekly service: studies on ttuvlent:

endeavoring to gain support for lei' Jolnl')) and Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. ask Sunday worship il a. m In high school and college to '

{station increasing the homestead ex- ing their support of the constitutional and 7:30: p. m. Sunday School I nee how they are progressing' Us !
to price
emption of persons over 65 year of amendment that will be necessary if B-4J: a. m. Training Union, provide adequate vocationaland success hasn't gone

ace to 10.000 from the present $5,- the exemption Is to become: a reality.Mr. eu; p. m Wednesday occupational Information

000.This Long estimates that such relief Family Night Hupper. 8:1&: P and up-to-date InformationIn

would in a measure protect would affect only four or five m Prayer Meeting 7pm. area of student Interest,

homeowners who are no longer active hundred homeowners in the county -W. A. Hogan pastor This by no mean U the end

wage earners and who are living on with a loss in potential tax revenueof FRF.MRYTIIU': of the service which could est
MUST guidance:
a
be provided by combination
fixed income*-pension*, or social: se- around $3,500. Such a Ions"' is negligible nirncii However. It I II enoughto

curitywhich are often hardly more in proportion to the good) it II. Walton Grady Minister person see that these services are .

than necessary to keep body and soul would do for our so-called senior citizens Schedule for week, starting necessary and of great value

together. In the face of the new tax who have retired from active March: 14: Cpar..nta, students and to

policies of 100 per cent- assessments, bread-winning' and must stretch a Sunday -- Sunday School. the school

they are going to need some help. tight budget to cover the necessitiesof I 9:4i: a. m. Morning Worship.; When the school and the of luxury and economy

This will not apply of course, to life. I I 11 a. m. Western District student are deprived of these

the- active wage earner who has several It is hoped<< that the Jacksonville \ Rally Men of the Church at services many course offeredIn

children in school and who right group has success in iU efforts to Live Oak. 7pm.Wednesday 3:30: p.. m. Evening the program become the 'r"

fully we feel should pay a reasonable bring this constitutional change before Worship Women's dumping ground for those

amount of taxes on his home in return the 1965! ) Legislature-, and that our Council meeting. 10 a. m. Men you can

for the services that he and his J legislators give it favorable, consideration of the Church. fl:30: p. m. 1 pm.-R..... VV. I* Newman
family are receiving. He can afford if and when it comes to a vote. Thursday Choir Practice.

7'30 p. In.nrrlfrL.. ('III'fI'I1 orHI. nun U

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Farm "'sDiaryBy \ a blt-mouthed lion and blew n4PT11T CUIr 11&. Htari
\ up a windstorm that was a llfRCIl |. N, Ullllam. Pastor. \

dUly Driving the Pudfle-\ Sunday School.' i# a. .II Sunday School 10.. m, '
... Jumprr In such wind L* Use Mornl.! Service. 11.. m Worship Services I II I a. m

J Jold. getting caught out In the mid. Training Union 8:30: p. ml and 7 30 P m Young people's W.

to that we way get more die of Orange Lake In a small Evening ....m_, 7.30: p. m Meeting 7 30 Wednesday ,.
rain, followed byj, a- hoc ocll. boat In a squall, and yuo miss .Midweek Benrlce. 'f\'OICIn.II/1aJ i Prayer Meeting: 7 30 Friday
which could cauaethe plants Lthe weight of a bit car &to. I .'
\ I I help you stay on the road. -
to .I'up.' t lathe count I :
pectlng around the Brooker I ing this year 'I .
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< la that deposlU 1 have newm commrcUl produe _
: area
The 'presentation. Of'tadI I Recent heavy rains sent o.
I as
been located\ principally around tlon of blarkherrlen .p
ford beti-lem to every memberOf I Water Oak Creek Out Of Hjggln. and F
I the Duke section near eared by George
Congress. ha been delayed bound acaln. flooding many I Worthington Sprints, and Phil Cronkhlte It should com
and .U now sctwduled forabout I section' In the northwest we- near r.crACcoT
'two week*' from now, lion of Bradford County Ineidentany one report the deposit assayat If It is successful a Jot more .
Growers have started when berrIes will') be at their the application for not will be Interested.
about M cent or growers
"serapptnsj" berries th. first bet. The- stunt has received small watershed tn that section per =
rich tho** found around
as J
a*
to ripen of the fruit set after UM. bleating of Do)'...' Conner U now listed M No It on commercially 1 II not here yet. at ,_
Bartow, but still Spring
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Ute freexe about a month ago *! department of agrlcul- the state. flat projects so help 6
rich enough for mining. trsst according! to the green CHEVROLET BELAIR
Lesion Morgan Jr. salt his lure and should receive a lot from that source .is a long way frogs. our black snake an ...
pUntlnc U in food ahape now of valuable off :
publicity Of course the companies. our pecan trre Th froas this tine tun-.rzeoJ tar for* :;
actually boy
and that If an for weU. be e lull.b.! Chevrolet ulth You can
1n-lHllEun-prled
doing the prospecting are i have not yet put In an appraranee It'a our IntermecJlat.sbed motet.llol.tery !4
should be picking heavy In about Meanwhile" the month of The latest unofficial wordwe cloth slightly more than many
cloe. -mouthrd. a* each on and U U apparently deep-twist carpttlna luxurious pattern up-
two weeks. Big worry, be Much came In lat week Ilk have on phosphate proa- I' of other m.tk.-and even for lees, than some of them
hop* to sign, up the r1ch..tSand. 'oo c-ol yet for the snake t. trlmmtd In soft pistil, ; and a Turbo-ThriFt So why settle for a smaller car that can't begin to offer'
and U not about to ad. himself In th* yard A*
i vin make the matt of lt, Jtt-invMtth de. Lose tn satisfaction
vTtU what U four**. But 'or th' pwan '._. they a six to < : all of the value and

one landowner who I U involved. ,he moot caution of a:1! the .rut easy on Iud-ytt thU aplII"c1x 1111l you you get In this Chevrolet lid Air. .

ORt44 THE BRADFORD ,COUNTY TELEGRAPH aay a mln flnleT| wit'! ....-winters of spring "Whenh. quick pltkupt and all th* smooth dependable power Come I look It over See how much

ESTABLISHED boo located omewher ft or _r.n. h.,of o>it.." folk say II car nnd. Just co"..* try it and lie! more you get for what you pail!
1879 "
near the Dronker ara. "then spring U her.
acwMvs IIE. Dru something really{ n'-ID-dlrot'n' the difference at your Chevrolet tkaler'tChevrolet

.w. O L Mavvntwi.. .COITO ace Pu.t.<*".. Plan! for the bit Bra-lforl r n't thick for a nnnvn't Chevelle Chevy H Corvair Corvette -rl

c 0 Pair are e* mln. akmnn* t I' I 'hm..h t that wTr '''''i'i' ** -**' ,
H61 .PXe Moa e a.....T w..iy Mew****** PVKI...eo Co.. .
> should f".wnl .h.vws;i V* "n .w.irae.i mrtng Os man
111011 woveT UMOCW T..t fart. MSWTMCAOPue trf tM "beet w inn' orw fMn IT"'"n Sle',... for. InIh"" .. tIU:

the erhiMU wiD..h.. h tt"."rand 'ha'. s.. phonal his sonlnr !> 811I'
.i....o KACM TrW..Oav AMD Kwrgsico Ae ..COMO ..-. Mans AT T-f .. I .
then th r win boo IV- hw traree.. Qwr.y ,bay w..k1
Poe? 0--=. AT .TA..... .n.U OC> ACT O. ....-e.. I. |*TIN ee'mtMlt'nns' far hoe' M'.IerMeel. .- ,."."' "_ ........ w- -

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nu: TRADI'': ARAo. .a YfUR 1980. . SIX MONTI. IIOOCUTSZOB C i've.'nrk e'a' ft, f ,I- '4 >< .firm" p' CHEVROLET
ARCA CNK YKAH /.tress . .
TRADE: : StX MONTH 54.;r.Ill
I ano.rvll lots more rain 1M thfo*-sast:: Is fo;

Ii I I e more of the same I;. s 301) (MUTII:" ) ""r,\ Ie"" ."'. FLA.) PMONK: !9111! ;J900
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I LAKE GENEVA ;

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V STARKK. .'.ORI... THURSDAY. M/IK. 11. 1985 ___________________________________________________________________________ _



I ..: KEYSTONE 2 'ivvym yyyyyyyyyyVVV'VVYVVYVVVYVYYYVYVVYVVi HIGHLIGHTS ; Gym For KHS Is Possibility fltki3! r Group'' Seeks Financial 9 I




: Bv Mary K. SchuefferPT. ; Tynes Advises Booster Club itF V lLL.;


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'&AAA4.&AAAAAA. ..-LA. ,LAAAAWAAAAALAWtamp i Members of the Kystone V start construction of the gym I i .< t inuj, I* Of

PT.\ HOLDS CARD TARTY shade: Vl'1an old picture Heights Boosters Club received -; by next: fall Support College

The Keystone Heights PTA : frame -that you would sums encouragement on Supt. Tyncs said the mild>

held a "Double-Header" card liko to donate to the home | the prospects of obtaining a I winter had enabled the School

party In the council room of I economics department? Something -I! R vm for the school a-t- a special I Board to save some on Its I A proposal that citizens of I j Is recommended before a Junior -'pastor of the Independent

the new city hall Wedn 3day. for the girls to work on meeting held last Friday I budgeted' expense; for heating, Keystone Heights and area I college is launched In an Baptist Church of Gainesville.

March 3. A group of players II during their class? Why not I night. I and! that some of thes funds support the establishment of 9 I area. Overby said that handbooks I| said he-, was ready to give up

came at I p. m.. and another call Ms. Walker at 473-4957. i Clay County School SuperJ might be diverted to the gym. .V Christian junior college: in the ;, on junior colleges also i his pastorate and devote full

(group In the evening. I CIVIL DEFENSE ItrrOltT: I I! Inteudent:! Jesse Tynes told the He said he would not recom- J4 community by raising approximately !-'[l recommend ths employment j time to contacting churches

Girls of the Keystone: The follow inar calls were ,' group that (23,000'for the mend that, en effort be made I $ $30,000 for pre-open-. of a restilcted staff at least 1 In Floilda and Georgia lining

Heights High School home I I made or assisted! In by Clay gym was Included in the current to raise funds locally for this lug expenses was made at b 1 one year before opening the up students:! for the colleges,

economics department pre- ,I, County Rescue Units! in Feb- I school budget and there purpose. meeting In Clay E3ctrIcU new Institution In order to get first term. He said that he

pared and served the refresh- runry. In addition to regular "i was' some possibility The meeting was well attended conference room last Friday, !I everything In reaiiness. The I I had been negotiating with

.; ments. Party chairman Mrs.\ training: Feb. 1. auto acci- ,' "squeezing out" tile remaining/ and was presided over night. suggested $30.000 would: cover| Paul Smyzor. owner of the old
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V John Bird, was pleased with :I' dent; Feb. 6., oxygen call. $25,000 necessary in order to by W. U Bunce. Booster Club | The proposal was made: by cost of the study, the employment { Keystone Inn on a proposal

the proceed.- which will be Hlrrhway[\ 21 : Feb. 7. auto accident -I_ president. .. George R: Overby. a doctoral: of staff, and soim maintenance i whereby Richardson would

";: used to purchase material for ; Feb. 11, investlgats report about costumcs'1ohen you ete _ student at Florida State UriH and renovation work F trade property in Georgia toI

: :: -upholstery. and curtains. In the I I of stranKii light in sky; I master.GOLFING. Funeral Monday 3L verslty. who said he woisldi I Overby said. I Smyxor for the Inn. It was"

: ...... Hvingroom section! of the Feb. 24 and :29:! tornado alert. NOTES For Mrs. KimmonsOf t make the necessary study that) Rev. Mack Richardson. his suggestion that the Inn be!

...- home economics department Clay County: Feb. 28( roadblock marked finish renovated and! used as a dormitory -
Ma.rch 4 the
...... Lake GenevaMrs.
for escaped prisoner. for the
college
: M.rs. Reita Walker, hGme I of thd "Past and Present: Pre I V VL

economics teacher and her I Remember, your Clay Coun- sident's Tournament." Mildred Inez Ilmmons.1 Geneva Point Residents Seek Overby! said that Gordon

students arc grateful to the; ty Civil .Defense has rescue In the 18-hole group. Mrs. : died L j Purdy of Park-of-the-ralms
or Lake Geneva
Neaily New Shop for the donation units available at Orange Arthur Ketch and Mrs:E. F. Thursday 58 ; March 4. In a Incorporation of 100 Acre Plot had made a reasonable, offer
Park. Green Cove Springs for use of buildings there as
of a couch and chair I Alken tied. in the' play-off Starke nursIng home after an I F
to Mrs. Jorge Va.'Idelu111for ani; Keystone!' Heights. available Mrs. Ketch stroke: E part of the college plant.
won by one
extended illness. Born in Dayton Residents
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Va along the western Ilelghts might/ annex the area Earlier In the
meeting. Purdy
her donation of a couch day or night. Any or all In the 9-hole Mrs.
units are available to citizens group .. Ohio on .July 4. 1908 she !.ahore of an arm of Lake Ge even though; it was; In another had explained his efforts toward -
---V and to Mrs. Richard Murrhee Lindscy Walker was! winner. -- -) _-- ',-.-
: had lived In the Lake Geneva nevlthat dips across the I county. lie" also mentioned
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of irt I establishing a juniorcollege
Clay County any emer I
and Mrs.! Walter Andrewsen Mrs. E. F. Aiken had the '
:: community for the past 15 Bradford. line '
Waiting For Spring County on| that some outside corporation at the
Park. He said
gency. Call Keystone Heights
who each donated a table. least putts for the day-14. I'
yea '8. She wns a member of Highway: 21 southwest of Key* had: purchased land across the,I there for
a need
473-4280 waa great
473-4851 S1eTlft.sOffice an
::- The girls will be busy: reupholstering or ; At 2 p. m., a dessert meetIng st; Anne's Episcopal Churchin i stone Heights are again akinsr highway and might try to annex I! Institution
and re-flnlshinK in Green Cpve Springs! was held at the home of Bundled 1 In a heavy t..ol' of a property owner on Santa I with a )positive
Keystone Heights.
for a local bill allowingthem .. the area at some time In Christian
:: the furniture as a part of Police 284-3379; or Orange Park Mrs. Marshall! Gallop, with 211 Surviving Is her husband sweater (as who 1 Un't. these' Fe Lake who wanted Jt care :I to Incorporate a 100-aere the future.In he had been philosophy forced but that
-.. their homemaklnn project. Department 264-9612. members present. day! ) Z. O. Lynn. veteran taker for hit place. : to aban-
Eldon Kimmons of Lake Geneva j j"When1
MAY DAV REGISTRATION/ I| tract including ten nomes and discussing' the proposal don his efforts by the diffiCulty -
.. :::':; Do you have an 'unwantad The results of the GeorgeWashington ; four sons, Neal Kim- resident of Indian Beach sitesIn I came here some 40( residents.H. < with The Telegraph, after the I of "
choir or perhaps a lamp or The first day for Keystone Silver Tournament mons, Lawrencebur Ind.: front of JiU Santa Fe Lake th re were only tour placeson I securing trained personnel -
:: ; L. (BillI Morgan epokes-l hearing, Morgan said that no I ,
for
to
Heights
girls register I II "
held February 28 were Don Kimmons Springfield home, patiently waiting for -thin side of the lake Mr. for
participation in the May Day as follows: 1st low Mrs.E. the official arrival of recalls. H. liked man group appeared before taxes would be involved since I WaUy Muhlhofer secretary of
:= gross; Ohio: ani Jack and Oene sin-Ing Lynn livingon I
!I Bradford
: Festival will bo Saturday. ; [ legislative dele- all required iej-vlces are already -, the Keystone Heights. Cliamj -
P. Wright and Ty Gal'ber.2nd ; next Saturday. It'H been ,atritcy the lake and found steady ,
Kimmons both of Harrison, ;
KEYSTONE March 20. from U till 11 a. m., I gallon a.t last Friday's hearing taken care of in the I j.I ber of Commrece. conducted
low Mrs. Edmund winter, with
gross; Ohio. warm employment, as the area developed -:
I and 2 till 4 p. m. on the site I i to request the legislation. He area. He said that. under the hue meetIng' in the absence of
Dwyer and! Herb Louth; 1st woirther/ continuing through helping'
Drive-In Theatre Funeral services held property
were mild
i that similar
a request
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articles of incorporation the the president Al
hall. Latas
of the old who
city ,
low net: Mrs.\; Arthur Ketch at 10 December, but late' roM hrlngrIng owner clear their lots
a. m. Monday In St. Anne's put !
Fri., Sat.- -Mar- 12,. 13 I May Day will be sponsored I was made four years ago but ,new municipality would have was out of town. Mulilhofer
and Olson 2nd low net
Ray low of :30 Tutnday fence
: ; Episcopal Church with a degrees up' pout bringing wire. I Ilegisrature.
by the Keystone ltellfhtlWoman's I no action was taken In the 'to have a mayor a clerk and LOU the group that the chamber -
Mrs. Fremont Tolles and mornl"In iind< other Jobs of similar 1
RPV. Win. W Wortitall !? a na .
fire councilman but these, \ had just been
Club. and Mrs. Wil-
Llndspy Walker. his Ions life of I 83!; I ture.lief. reorganized
ating.! Interment In yenta.however '1'
liam I. Reynolds. Sr.. Is general was ornet-\ Morgan said the area about would be non-salaried post- and had very limited: funds
NEWS FitOM ST.WILLIAM'S \
Keystone Heights Mr 1.lfVh4 recalls! with a smile that I
3 ier
OOA rn- I .
two miles from tlon which
; chairman. All girls up to I the Keystone I i Ion to operate-
I
I under direction of cd to take the with the he 1 his
goul }purchased home site
20 years of age are urged to St. William's Altar. Society Heights city limits contained: Morgan salt: that all rest-1! ,[ Ovwby said the junior college -
Jones Funeral Home.VVYVVYVyy I mil. Born near Brooker In I I18AO of 100-foot lake front for '
take pal.t--even pre-schoolsrs. I i 10 homes at present and that dents of the area are in favor could not be established
will meet Monday Mar. IS, at I he WaS tl1U'.H<"n' df Mr. $500'!' from Leigh M. Pearsill :
If you don't get to register thiee more were under con- I of the proposed Incorporation V without the wholehearted
10 a. m. YYTyYY. and Mrs. Dxnlel K. Lynn. who owned. most of Indian, co-
Y."i struction. He estimated that unlike ,
> mal1ycommun1t1u
i'\'ART\ on March 20. then register on The St. Augustine Deanery I i operation and support of the
I pioneer settlers of that/ a ref.. Bouch Subdivision In those 40 live in wheru there Is and!
the
any Saturday up till April 10 persons area opposition |. people of the community
of the DCCW will hold Its I I
advised 'INDIAN BEACHLake The elder I.ynn had around\ days. "I complained to Mr. now, and that there would controversy similar proI I
same time. You will be I over I, Muhlhofer said that 778 notices -
spring meeting oil Wednesday.
:
:
i 1' 200 head of cattle nnd a herdof Pea run 11 that/ my lot was the soon be from 55 to 70. There I ponals. H> listed present rell- 'I of the meeting had been
March In Jacksonvlllo.
24. I
2,000 and when the lowest '
sheep one nl''Ound. and he
1
I are no commercial businesses dents as the families of Frf'-' sent out. and that
( Santa Fe only 15
II Schedule" will be as follows: ) or
I railroad came to Brook, the cheerfully refunded me $10O Involved he said. mont Toll .. Dr. Don ChrlAtf I 20 residents of the had
area
9:30: a. m. Mass at St. Paul'sChurch Mm. Jack r. Miller, Sr. I trains started killing" BO many Mr. Lynn declare In mllrk..1t'ontra.t. I Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. asked f offers. Bob Henderson, Dnr-i;| turned out at the meetingMURRHEE
2609 Park St.; 10:30a. : I
of his. Block that he Bold out Home unimprovedlake i, what the purpose of Incor- rell Davis Watson Harden*

Bank m., Bi-eakfust\ and rel'ls:, 4 444 and, moved to a ranch near" front property on SantaFe porntlon would bf', and Morgan tM>r&h. Tom Brannen. W. Q.

''I Lion at the Friday ra-1 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Strand- (l1alnellY'lIle.' has been selling for as said there was always the Dowllna T. C. Cavert Jr.. and 1
645:} Oak St.: U a. m..
Z. O. I.ynn worked for high as tlOO front foot. '
a
luncheon -, berg had as their guests: on I possibility that Keystone Morgan. Sam Gardner, Bland
At ness meeting; 12:30: I
'Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I years as a distiller at the 1 gIe'e: I got a bargain Ware Aubrey Bannister and F Insurancegency
; 1:30: p. m.. resume meetIng -
-T- I Fryar of Jacksonville. Theirdaughter I I GuineHVlllo retort. And alone even If my l lot was a little,''V "Lonely Little Lisa< Lou." has|i Art Kiefer cither have homes i iI I
: program 2:30.: In.'itallaI '
Your tion of officers and adJourn- I I _n_ 'nn _And.... ..ann.lnln.... .._ ..._, .\1r... about 1D10" n''Jt\'ff'IJ'' : the dall low." Mr. Lynn chuckles.MELROSE. the following cast: Billy: WIl-I I under construction in the General Insurance

ment. and Mrs. Sam Butler, Jr. of I ,I I cox:> Doug Oberman I The I area or will have In the near FIR" ('.'<'*r i.rv :\. \-

Cost of day's outing. Includ-I Ormond Beach were here for thy had all Sunday afternoon 'yvwvv'vmyyv'r-lvv?VYVV Congressman I : Pete. Kenneth future Otherf who own property I, 'CIS.I"TORnSO4: !

Mailbox ing breakfast atid lunch will the weekend alia. The Butler's guests!! Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Tomllnson i Negro servant 1 : I / In the area are I4nd.seyi Keyvton ""18M.. 473-4794

J be $1.75. daughter. Dottle a student at Sanders of Starke. Fred North. Bobby RlJcnour i Walker.' E. T. Martin. Johnny i iVauchan.

Reservations will be made Tallahassee met her p&l'entj! Mm. Suzy Peebles and Mrs. I I Billy's friend I : Elmer PoetI I ; T R. MiOehee:: and

To \ at the Altar Society meetingon in Jacksonville on Saturday 'I Edna Kinchen have Just returned ing. Dutch Arwooj I LUa Lou's I Mrs.\. Winifred Crawford. .IU'i: U S. GOVERNMENT
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\ Monday. Mar IS. j, They attended a wedding :: from Jacksonville. By :Mm. Grant ,1 cousin I: Lord James Oxmand. I Ii Morgan said that the newt,'ROOK ON HKAR1NO AIDS

Remember the Lenten schedule there" then the threo of them '' Bench. They went to visit' !.i Jim Simmons i IJull t'lI husband municipality if incorporated!"Hearing' (LOHM I> )Hope Thru

Save I'I far St. William's Is as came over to the Strandberg'sfor their children. Commander I ): Louden. Dominic DownsI / would by no means be the| llesearch' *

; follows: Novena. Stations of I the remainder of the I' and Mrs. George Peebles and|1 :\'f'11'OIW' Woman's Club I I I Detective I I.: Asslllta nt. Larry smallest In Mm Ida. H. 'Wriu or Call

\ the! Cross and Benediction weekend. On Sunday' Sam sons. Commander Peebles la A St. Patrick's Day Card 1 i Price (tLoudens assistant) cited a newspaper' tory which ,:

I Ime, \ r on Monday evenings at 7:30: and Dorothy. took Dottie over Suzy's son and Mrs. Feeble Patty for he benefit of the I Mrs. Denman Jean Lively reported on Florida "town" Gainesville.H

i.r == A'j 1eri and Tuesday: morning Moss at to dulnesvUlo to cutch the (Cleonl Is Edna's daughter.,: Scholarship Fund will be held I the housekeeper I : Clarice j 1 with a population of one another aring Aid Co.

Steps 7:43: ft. m. bu*' back to school and they In January George was !(given I :Monday the March IS, at I p. m.1 I !Mayno Bu-bnra Herring with two and several.'V":0: ,W. Main Gaines,1/1./
nt .
then returned to Ormond command of the hellccp- Melrose Woman's ,
new
others
iAh PLKSO.VALSMrs.: [Continued On Nf,l I'aeeIKEYSTONE] with kess than :20ATTO 376.0093O.C.Carnes
Beach tcr carrier. the Guam. These|! A table may play whatever:! I II' I t,
Williams of '
Joseph I In talking with Mrs Connie two mothers-in-law who live game It desires, whether
Elmhurst 11\) and her daughter -
Mothers and! other busy people always appreciate I Mrs. Normun Drioberk of Bnrnhlll she said I was a together here I 11 I were Invited I' bridge, canasta pinochle or
I "cock-eyed" optimist to ask by the Navy Dept. to attend any other. Refreshments will
time-saving convenience . andthat's Concord. M.vts' arc visiting HEfGHTS MELROSE
nor if sIte had any news I commissioning service at the be served and there will be a .
what when bank with with and Mm Charles
!' jnu get you us Mr. !
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at
Well I dared. and she reportsa shipyard In Philadelphia., i prize each t.ibla: Melro.si
..;..: and bank by mall. There's a 'branch bank" Oarber of Nelson's Point. Mrs. few recent catches. Those They had a wonderful. time! i i business. men have rrnerouUycontiibutrd

: . as near us your nearest mailbox. Williams and :Mrs.\ Ourber are! souls brave enough to buck and trip to say the least! most' of the I BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe
sisters.
the foul weather were Steve Commander Peeblea has beenat I prlxes: Chairmen of committees -
We! aie happy to learn from are Tabl.... Mrs J, J
: Broadway and Stanley Davis home In Jacksonville Beachon
: MaJ. Owen Baker ,that. his of Keystone' ) Heights. They a 10 day leave of absence.He I Brennan; Refti">"htnents. Mrs
KEYSTONE STATE BANK
wife", Louise/ In doing< well at were rewarded a fine catch of Is expected! to bo left at O. M Allen: Flowerv Mrs S t TIlF.-!I t I :; I SK:'R.IcrTERRELL's f ( prr F.n...

.. '., the Naval! Hospital in Jacksonville 7 basal I Bob Henderson also Philadelphia or be transferred : Sashoff.: PrU"s.; Mrs. E. II

Member F.D.I.C) Keystone Height Fin."Your but that she will bethere of Keystone, got' IS speckled to Norfolk with the new! Bartlett Thr>s<, wish lit. to reserve Martin's Place!
four
approximately! perch. Sam Zizzo and Bill carrier. and hopes his family. tables unity call 473-4801 HI-AM.V 21 between )Iel..u.a 1 i Nursery
( Friendly Hank In Your Friendly more weeks. petting: a complete Illwr.v I 100
Hall of Ol'anll' Park brought can soon Join him. I The scholarship project' of n ..
rest. She U most Ml rtK'! of
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appreciative St..rk.S..ry
Community." in 50 specks as' did Mr. Bevis If you happened to have I the .
of nil the nice cards and partner. and Paul Home heard an unexplainable noise' a very special] one It wa '''. $'.0-) lip All) Size ..... Stock Thou..
I iFI> ) I'I'RN1Tt'ltrfllY i" c4
onj:!' letters for so fAr she is'' and Sam Dixon. all of''' Jack over the weekend It was only started two years ago and has SF.UL ) 1"PI"'n' .""It..,'..., \Nor T.... .. .. ,t anti & Fruit
I Ifmitlnued On Next Page] sonville. Roy Griffin struggling! with awarded a total of $900 In TH"True %) .N 7 x."r. i :30 r :ttK..t..e ti 'tOOOle (r<<<>m Nice,
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worth wlth.ttnn.U the s":"ifct
Xrrvor
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,-, I Mrs. Earl Voyles partlet-, I whopper. lie hung on to one scholrshlps to three invJu.it-.1 TNt rot Time" HHM 47S-4T79! (! & .Ii.<4 IJ'C PUtta All rrrnounn In
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a patted In the fashion show four times and had his line! of MelroHC High School Thl' ( r.-d Montlay* rnntsln.r. plant

that the Woman's Club of broken twice before boatlns! ', past year they were iilven tto Pt-ION: 415-315: HENDERSON'SService I tm! Camel: a. .ul.&IIY'..

Keystone Heights. presented in one that tipped the scales atja i I Miss Ella Penn Scott who !t. [ct .in do '. ,ur |ndrsplnr.

Low-budget New! Thrifty! FRIGIDAIRE i the Melrose High School audl- : neat 12 pouxtdstMiss ,'|'attending fie) University o U'PI.TA.NTKS( ; CcnterSs,4 I !!,: ,."..Mot.' 'I aM. ....1
Elsenacher' K Florida. MISS Ann Bowen. "*"JT'> ,
toiliun Wednesday night. The Jan '!' 0:1: r n.fn-ts.
Frost-Proof Space-saving fashions shown confined to her horns. this I Is at the Orlando School (V
2-speed
were sponsored T V Service Center itu I PUlrE: : 'JVt.!. tSTVTKIIOMR $
by LHla's of Starke. Mrs. week with the "bu*." her Nursing and to Mlts Cai.i" Jo"ir.. i Dut&"'irtiHunting. -

FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE TWIN 30 at i Voyles an attractive red head mother. Ernestine says It was' Rothhammer who Is attt. n I J ir. T1I1F". Proprietor Sal.4, S...., ,.r. : ( ontrjJIv I......'.

modeled a gold woolen suit.! Imply' Jan's turn. as she and),, lngLittle Rock U"tv.-.il.i Authorized' Motorola( Thllci. I'1.hng. TskIe;. "I: s fire naih." I K. im.7irI. .

Freezer! Washer! budgetprice! There were fashions' to attract Hal. Ju's brother hd already -, Miss Roth mawr rrcelv.-il &!1.... and Service!' .....l-Marnt--'IVMtl.Tr s ilf>r. .- << ..,..| pnrfh; n Sal

all who attended. Period and I had their*!. I the Cut Leigh Pearsall :Memorial "*er ... 4>n All :31ak., ""tOrL ,KrrrwKNE71KX1 heet. sir conditioning.:

0 wedding dresses" from as long Mrs. D. W. Carpenter ha Scholarship which isadmln1ltpN'd TV K.4IUOC'' ) !CT'RF.n: I'iS.rs.etio.s, Jlwy "'ra. earner toot s.ar
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2 )L >R TVWork E.tgst: ; 413-I01! H.jm .n.l I
Woman's' FP3:3toTI. andS.E.McKay
am BO years wen modeled. Kntertalnment been on the sick list also' She by the GuumnteeitTV' : Ti.is a
RThtsJ ""'-h..
_ was intermingled | has gone Into Jacksonville for' Club Funds for these scholarships Keytuuie, ....IChl., 47S-4UI

with the fashions j' a day or 80 to ae her doctor'there have been obtained !!..:..trTqiol'SUPERIOR
:Mr.: and I' to through generous' donationsby Realtor
Mrs. Pat Nor wor. and for several tests ,

be run. I club members by an extra Air Conditioners KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS
,. I assessment of each member'
We hear that Mrs. H. T.
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Smith who reported sick pays
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L1V 4 installation .:oct.'a..hfon .. ) Bu-Tee Saon!
,po''E lat week. has had successful memorial donations and by \\ faloml T." f}
CLOSEOUTPENCILS surgery ant hopes to be downto one project ech! year The Refrigeraior's- IMwiMiiHfrlf t''J I."ua'tzng' r" ( :
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; ; ) the Ulce for some recuperation project this year is the St .'.o Ulth Urntr* .\u. ."'()1;\'S, oren ) ...._"7\' -

and rest. Patrick's DRy Card Party WHEELER'SDhcount TI RE Beidler's Holiday

Modll UFPD-12I Also among the "Incapaci Duplicate BrVJ.. Club TJnttnr flVVrhtg, << 81""dlm! ;: Inn Restaurant

.. It.t ,v. ft,colon*r whit* Model WCOA-IS aCOH"37.' :30'. .'Itelrlo' tated" are Mr. rind Mrs. W. A. The winners at Melrose Duplicate StoreRrtwrrn (>rtl ng :NvfitMIX- CanT flaIr( .
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4 color wliito color, M whit FIRST Pnraf" G1eflIt.lV' P1PrN
GKADH Brlclte Club for last Opr"m. ooJ
Wallace, both of whom )have T S p.m. CCItra {lh ). (
M'lrow
S No frost ever! Frost-Proof Gentle care for delicates week Include the fo1lotng Jt Kpv.t'n. i PATS WEEKLY
Ovens above and below Aluehua AT B tear
been confined to OR.tlOI: Co-op
MFfITO ,
One of oldest IU1") .ul' IJIr. .
system ends defrosting! Wash & Wears. manufacturers Elliott Mrs T.lmehes. _
In compact 30 wldthl General Hospital. We wish for Mrs Arthur and Kes-atn.u. He gM 473432ONKW Ala.
Cat1-II.ILuao
418-lb. sire Just like a Patented Deep Action Check cake through in the them and all the others, a Ed Longnerker. first place' \ RKPAIR: VIPER f..ed.|,

supermarket at home. agitator. Automatic Soak glass (upper on ) oven doer.. llu.siness.! quick recovery.So. M.-s.; MAI-? Conk and :Mrs H roo,."it..reo pli11('_ I Ulock North ,It Rj UtMTTARS

FamousMltsr-Mlserfor cycle, toolSudiWater I 6c each If "the bun" doesn't get C Semir. second place: M1- Goet7man Bros. KYST'I\"E:' HpIGHTrsEn
Cook.Muter (lower) us next: we'll see you next: Ray Becker and Mrs Laura
reliable zero zone cold. Saver Model automatic oven control. 70c doz. week. Braahear.! and! Mrsi. Stah 1...- Garntre AND USED
WCDAR.65 at extra cost. r-ir-trtnra Jk Applltnm. '
4 full-width Coste and Mrs F Wyai.tn
shelves-S.
Nsw recessed ene-pUca >I.'. KIM' n OF ioriiT: (; ,& SOLD
full-width door heIve$. Jtt-Simple mechanism. $4 half gr. F.UTII PRESBYTVniXXIS : tied for third place.
flowing Hanks
top.
.. (\RTERCI) School New* REPAIR; WORK Used Cars

a Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Faith Presbyterian Church The JinlrtP! ptnvar MOTOR ROHT[ P A TSTr.O1'OP.1"ARLF KEYSTONEHouse I and 3-T

: YEOMAN'S! on Highway :31 between Keyrtone -- : WILDINO.tk. of Bargains Shop
SALES SERVICE
V & Heights and MetlosP. W C ONenl of aSINt- Lawn :\fo.-OU1 11 Itay Sell Trade'

has been chartered! by the! 1'11lV A. WslU.-e ot Lake' 3Iotorhwy .. ;3 JJlock.i Xorth" of LJi( t Iltway 100. 8 mi. South
MELUOSE 'QUALITY '\Nfl I'HICE" IMIONB 175-2:171:!: State of Florid Subscribers !Santa Fo and Dr Harlow If'UUCf '! Next :31 Kcyaton tt.fib Wat Kmul II l of Stark
to Drive- Theatre
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I I home! of cine of her daughters. who were unable to attend. Beach Apartments. !Mr. and edtto of Natchckchee: Ga. ,are I Itecrmitton Cvnlf'r.1F.X'4 TilE RIGHT POINT for/ th*

Mr. Harvey died several! )'eare'alo. MRS. LAWRENCE:' Mrs.. :Bernard Slocomb for. of Mr. ant Mi's. R. p.
EYSTONEIHILJTES guests i, :\ .sormuj., way you write. Coast In mesS
The !I HONORED metly] of Fltchburg.: Mass and ,
Harveys were winter VoK1I Ii RECREATION NEWS\ The deiirlltnu for entering select :year favorite sTSTEK
guests at White Feather Court Mrs. Ethel Weyman was now Keystone' resident having I Mrs. Arthur Rhoads of i ton ma In tho Softball League !I HKOOK Fountain r .. TELfttORAPrf. ..

for a number of years. and {i hostess on March 7 on tbs oc- < purchased. a home on I I Jacksonville spent Friday with __ __ la March 2V.\ Anyone Intercuttxl I' '

were active at St. William's i! canton of the 84th birthday' Highway :21. enjoyed a kind I her sister. Mrs. O. T. Robin I |, may contact. the Recreation ,
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(From Church and In other communIty anniversary of her maternal) of Kood-frlenda reunion! on I Prank William John Buck-\
Preceding Pago) son. i fte >lIrtm"nt. No leiins
affairs. 'i i aunt. Mrs. Aunts Lawrence. March :S. Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Henry Llsenby Junior Class. League 'Ivy, and Bruce Jackaon. nlontf ( WILLIAMS I
will be
nocepted t l aflei I this
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allowed no company other Mrs. Fred Hartman and Her brother, Ernest Firestone.tormen1v Hancock, who spend every of Ocala have moved' into the Results: Barracudnn 24. ',: with tho uponoor of own, rt..le.( Any hiterasteri

than her husband. sons of Wilmington Del.. arrived of Keystone and his'' winter at the Beach. Apartments Cason cottagre :Muslunjrs 3?. Stingrays 37. t team, that our bn k"tbull pro- ''In person
umpiring contact
Mis. Emory H. CUoper, State last Friday for a kit wife rame from Boy ton. Va.. were hosts to tlulr Conwatiilatlons' to Miss Yellow Jackets :o, groin ha. been 11 huge sue the Recreation& J please Department.) JEWELRY!

Democratic Commlttewoman. with her parents. Mr. and and with Arthur Coombs fted:! Boston area Mentis for what Doris Ford and MU. Elaine Standings ILT; Fiiri-vrLAr:.:

Clay County accompanied Mrs. Herbert Nelson.Ha1tman Mrs.I i, Mrs. Lawrence at a birthday was planned to be a picnic dade who celebrated their 3.1: Miuitantts 3.1 itlo n.\HKii\i.i.: ),; ."-'1'14i : I 1111'AIRSMACHINE

by Mrs. Edward Raynor. attended is the former Mary : dinner. Ket-totreihrr which h..:j to be birthdays: FrIday. March 5. for nist pints) ; &rn..cuja I i All boys Interested In piny- i; Is your life duller than It :

the 8Ui: and 2nd Con- 'I I I Lou Nelson. Mr. Hartman and <,,, '.John Lawrence and his moved wIde because of cooler Mrs. ROM Buss of New 3-2: Yellow Jackets 04. Ing biiMball. this summer must sated: to bo' You can change ENGRAVING

gresslonal District'! Leglsla-., their other children: wUl Join young' bride came to Florida weather. Others attending I'I Eimyina Beach spent Saturday f Junior league| 'I II register by noon Murrli 13. It. Gome out and Join the SCHOOl. JEWELRY

tive Meeting at the Red B.&rn..'I, his wife and two sons at the'I. in 1017. Mrs. Lawrence did i were Mr. and Mrs. Churl with her parents. Mr. andMrs. I Kesults: Uradford Burberj I There will be it Little League\ group At tho Recreation Center

in Lake City last Saturday. Nelson. home at Easier time. not like the low country of Marriott of Pltchburg MASS.. J, V. Slade and family.Mr. Shop 33, Koch' 11I"uau.. Andrews j of bit.vn ago 10-13. ami a Junior I each Thurwlay& evening DIAMONDSI. '

Recent guests at the Emery I south central Florida and encouraged who are visiting! his son and and Mrs. W O Preston Prujr) 26. Koch'a 14. |, League of boys. age 13- from 7 to 10 p.m lames, anti. I). IWACELETS.

H. Co-jp-tr!: home on Lake Geneva I her husband to look daughter-in-law.\ Mr. and I visited Mrs. Nrltlf Mann\ and I Andrews 30, Chambor of Commerco 15. It In Important hill boysIn N1I\\'erlOll Ion.riastla CHARMS. ETC.

were Mr. and JX.-3. How I OES: CHAPTER HONORSFAST I over thla a.rea. with Its many Mrs. Philip Marriott in Or. Mr. and Mrs. Schular P. Cox 30.Standing. tlioi ago groups>> get rugsteitl Notebook IIJ0 ai the

.T<| Wa"d. Lawrence: Vrnvertloh GRAND' PATRON Jakea and hills. He then IIn.I lando; Mr. and Mrs. Carl and family In Jacksonville.! I *: Andrews 5-1 In order. thai wo cast\ Tf.tC.U\1'II.: : Slark. I 1.i..

and D-nnls UU ebnn. of ally settled with the P. M.I Rtngquiit of Westminster, Mrs. Nell Gorman of "Massachusetts champs!); Chmnhcr ot Cum i1ternilnu how many tittm -

Q'llncy.' 111.. and; Mr and Mrs Bjr Helen Egan Wab-atlis. D. O filearts.; Mas, and Mr and Mrs. Morris U visiting Col. and I mrrre. ..2; Korh's 3.3. Bradford I we will Ix attic to lutvo. "".1''

Joe Loiigo and baby daughterof The Keystone Heights East-! Jutoe. Mleclclen. O. E. Wig.gins. Heald from Hut on. Mich., Mrs. Ralph Stevms I Barber Rhop, 2-4. how much equipment> \we .
and the Edwin Larsons'I all winter guests at Holiday I I must pUrdllUIQ.11 wh DIRECT FROM THE C.D.S. TV
Miami. Mrs. Longo will berrmrmbeipd em Star Chapter meeting of Miss' Linda Williams col- The Junior Division" of Roy buys > -

In Keystone as. March 2 ...a.*enjoyed by about to establish town. of Key- Beach.CO.'fING. bated her birthday SundayMiss I UIkttttN1I L.e.LRlae inish.dlast '' 11.lu..1. will repol| t ut

Betty A4dt on. Mrs. Cooper's :30 members and guests as. Put 1 stone Itelithts. .Mr. Lawrence EVENTS: OES l \ Trudle Fay Morris of week with Andrews 11'\1'" Stark RocreulUm Center "SUNDAY SPORTS SPECTACULAR"I '"
i who had lived the other Chapter 279 will meet a8 March
nlec 1 hee vHtors were hereto Grand Patron of the JurUllc- I on Jacksonville wits a wcekcnd Drugs a* thump Suturdny. 20, utB.3O
.! attend the marriage of Mrs.\ lion of Florida was specially aide ot Lake Oeneva estab- p. m. on :March\ IB. at which visitor in Ute home of heri I ;\n'. 1.,1.. /: am.

Cootwr'n other ntwe. Miss honored. Vincent Brice of I lished the l-awrenre' Pevelopmrnt tUner' Past' Grind Matrons and i P'U'fnt.MI'' and' Mrs. Howard : Results: Jaycees 4\ Spar Regt4ration. form can: bo

Judith. Addlnon of Jacksonville 0.11..y111.* Chapter 44 was 1 Co.. for whom Lawrence Past Oran.1 Patron., wilt be MorrU. PhIlUp Morris Miss tons St.* Senior 41, n"bllo ob".wll. at the ItocroatlonDopartnmnt
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Boulevard It nami>d. I II honored. I to James A. Wand of recently appolnUnl to the :Marian fYrortkvon' and Tru- 77. |

Qulucy. 111. mIn wedding- was Jurisprudence Committee of| WORLD D\V OP PRAVER : > die visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark I Standings' ; Rebel 6-0; S<. or anyone who I t. lnt.r.

St. Matthews Catholic |t the General Grand Chapter. The Community Church and ;I II -' Martin and son. Chuck: \In D's.f | nlors 33.; Spurtuaa :3-O: : Juy- sated in helping. with trio base, ,
Church In | I St. Ann 'a Ucopal I 1 Church' f lull proll'ranaro unkoil.. to nt. (
Jacksonville .
land. em's 1-ft.
on Assembly, and the courtesy MELROSE I I I .il
Feb..27.Mrs. extended<< to him on this occation 1 Jolnc-I with the FLst Baptist I J I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoff1 I The Rebels are chimps I Ir tend. Uw meeting MonJnyMarch ;()&J1NGI

Ralph Courtney has. was based on facts of Church &in onarrvance of the I i 1 I man' and children of 1' rnJalln'' the Men's LeRKUp.I 15, nt T-30: ((1.11lit the ,
I| Wcs-ld'Div of Prayer .t 2 o'-i '
returned!; to her home In his! many years of service and [ (From Preceding! lags) 1 Beach spent the wrrkniul! with I .\PI'KF.1."TlnS I

Tuekvrton. N. J. after upending i association In Eastern StarI rlok on ),(nth &. Mrf. Raob.trEnnb \ her lU'eltaIr.: and Mrs. A. ,,.I I The Stark crentltm l I... Brown prvaldvnt.: Mrs 8 C ..

about six week In Keystone I work. Taking part in the cour-(I was general! chairman |I (French mild] : Las Lou Wllcox. ). C. Spires. pnitment. utaff. would like l< K.\RNS lllvHIST:: DtUKKKRxxiooo : : ::

Heights sa the guests of 1 tray were Worthy Matron and leader ot the program Vicki Ooiiito t mountain t Ralph Cason of Silver Lk..> ,|,I give the following a spot-In : C. Price conipleteUi '

her brother-in-law and sister. Edythe Nicholson and the I with representatives of each )I glrll); Lady Juliet Wanton. spent Sunday with, his pur-. not. of appreciation am i studios as an x-ray labor I t"T'

Mr. and Mm Houston Drlscoll. five Star Point Jo Reed. church parttrtpatlna.! Taking| Becky Mathews I BUt,'" slsterli i I| ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. M Can- thanks for their contribution. :tory technician at North

?Mrs. Courtney also! spenta { Elva Scott Cat Harvey. Lou- pat: wrre MM.! Alex Brokss.'j.I : Nlbb)'. Sharon Ton get< on. soul I .p"on.11 help In iimklnn West Institute Mlnneupolls.Minn IEFEIGNE

little time visiting her I Ise Perry and Bonnie Jones. I Mrs. Sam Osrrtner. Mrs. Amy negro nuldl.Duector. I. j Mr. and Mrs. William Dick. i i, the Midget and Junior Baa luilnit Do'O" 1bel' IDAS.In : .

niece.'Mla Jane DrUcoll. at Among the gurnts' were Mrs. ,i MrClratb. Mrs. William Wala. :. Mrs. Ilarrtng: Btu-. lea of Forestburg M\ >d. arc kctbiill program a suroesa.It January of the asmuvette. I
Mrs. A. C Hott. Mm. Mel
Camp Crystal Lik. Miss I Verna Btlce. POP: Mary Laura \ dont director Sara Baldwin; visiting! her parents Mr and Is thwujjH/ t the help ol I IH was called. to Lincoln

DrttcoU' Is the director of the! Johnson. Grand Treasurer:, Malmrren.<< Mrs. Bnnls. Mrs.',| make up artll'tAdun.. Mullls 1 Mrs. Henry Lbcnby our volunteers, Mike 8 xton. Hospital. Ifcitham. N. C.

camp.: | Frnestine ei *nacker. Otaixi Lfamon Ward artl:! Mrs. C. D. and Charlott Addison; hair i 1 -- technician an1: worked '.a'i!
Bo ren.Her. ,
MY. and !ttrs. Houston Driscoll -! Inntructor. Dt.t. 9: and Louise I stylUt Joyce Johnwm; advertising (Ion two ycnis. lie wtw thclI
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have been residents of Lsltlmer P. D. Instructor. Dowen. new pastor of Marilm Buzz; ticket, NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Klvit a posHlmlI') an x-iuy I
I the Baptist
Keystone since lat St'ptf'.m- Chnreh. gave the 1, chM-msn.: Sharon Miller; I laborato.-y dwhiiluUu nt' Uuke I
The .
new pedestal for I
top i weiconvi. and Leamon Ward. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
bor. They purchased the home the I Stare< Worthy Matrons stand is '
bioufht the the 4 Man
formerly owned by Axel [.:' 'In mrmojy of the 1st. VerdrtlHaynor. day: Ralph Copelan meul\C'lt was of at John Allen and Mike Weeks.!I H. worked Ht the iinlvrriiUy "Show"\ Team

Malmgren.\ on the corner: of who was the Star Thirty sU: Ag boys from the and took course In blolojy
Peach St. and Lakevlew! Drive. Point of Martha at the I t the ol'lr.1and aeoompanlrd j 1 grades II and 12 will go to COMING EVENT 9:30.: Ltn-e Treat service wit aiut rliiMiil.itry nt NOI th Cur '

The Drincolls have lived in of her- sudden death In time an Mrs.COSOIfNITV A. E. Anthony CIflRHthy soloist I II the University of Florida 1"t'rlm'nt .-- Runday, March 31, services I be held at 11, Holy Communion oliim Cnlluhe... Dticliam N. C ALSO SEEN' If! TIME MAGAZINE

Florida 'for some tim,. but auto accident.HOSUMCS. .I Station Tuesday wUl beaut at 11 "' Uh Mt. will b. held at 4.30: p. m In liH entire time.

cam originally from Ham- '. I Helen Cgan March 14.M'.s. Mm-lsh Methodic Church In I "with( Rev Clarence Stager At the. rluM of Uto flint

monton.. N. J. for the social hour I I, The Church Women's Ct:. Clarence Holden attended char.P. 3pm. Ebenmer Baptist pastor, In rharue VUlUs: ate 'semester! Junitoiy 1 1\105.\ Roscoe AND OH THE STEVE ALLEH TV SHOW
wereKltetbrth Hlmble.! Oraldliw elm will meet (
Friends of Mr and Mrs. -. on March 15 asi Guidance< CouncilO1nrf'T'tnC' Church will render sirvIrr always wplconu ciunitleted the courses In

Paul Harvey. tamerTntiv, Jarkfton. and Thl'lm.1 follows: Mrs.. Walter. Onoltck.chairman. .\) at St. Jorxrw River I '. At 4 p. m. Free Will Pleasant Grove MclhodUtClmich. biology and rlumlnlry nnd .
.. Btmcs-: Jan Dons and I .tll her
entertain BaptUt Church and at 0 New "MUI't
bl..C'hl'nt.IItt
visitors from Junior College in Palatka Friday Services will oi>en will irradunt ait a
MU6Achwwtt.a.1wW UtOlavc substituted for Mrs.Hlmble members at 1:30: p. m The Hope Baptist. Church ",1U bin ,I tit bloinryaisd
be with Church School at *10 I or wltld"ln"
sorry to hear that Mrs. and Mm. Ruby Reed.' following. circles I
will aim meet I
Harvey died recently! at the I at 1IO-M'ra. Mr and Mrs. Pied Young charge. with Sui>L Leo. Di>6ue In with. a minor In ctirmlvtiy Garden Restaurant softball team
: aara McDonald's
Mrs. Maude Comer. MriTltelma Each member Is ankrd to charge.TIH'KSTON. : at the circle at the home of ,
Wllllsmji, Mm. Evelyn please make a report to your ) PTA ""Iar.

Mrs. C. It. Donahoe with Mrs. I SiunAon.. Mr.*. Ethel Sever andMts. captain. The captalni are us I I TO MEET: : I Upon ." he. wtll
BUS Stadium-
AMBULANCE Arthur) Mannering, as ro-host- Helen Huff attended follows: Mrs. J rut her DrSur.I All Interested iw'rnons Ink |"i..lllon lit Hyp* Sun. Apr. 11
SERVICE I .1p.1 ,
CE: M-s.: Clarence' Davis clrcl > Boitses" Night Dinner" at Pa Mrs. Gloria Mack. and Mrs.Jewell aAked to attend the I i Chriiilcal Uoirarcit CllpOI a.

PHONE 9(11-2600( .. with Mrs. A. C. Holt and latka Junior High School Cummtnua. Thanks for meeting of TtkUTHtou UlemvnUry tloii :'i i .IVM.

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homo Mrs. L. C. Stripling co-host Tuesday lUntitMm your cooperation.. Linda Tyson School. Monday. March Itmtcte\ U the son of MisiH .
eu: Mrs. Charles. Wallenltu'circle ,Ailvnnrt Ticket*.......Adullt $l lAt .2.:>. Stmlenlt'! 7.V:
( Maude Corner will be reporter Rev. ClaienmBUfrer. 15 at 7 p. m. Please. com I I C. P-lre., wlm U plitniilug'
D*>W1U C. JOOM Rejrfettrvd funeral DirvrUr will meet at her home I the 1M5-48 Putnam County \ pastor I I, and bo on time.-Mrs. Loulzaf to utlviul. li.-r "n-in's. Miadtiulloii l (Cnt: -Adultii $I.J; ). 'ull..nt.' 'Ll)4)) )
with Mrs. R. A. Gaunt a* ('0.
Stark.. Fla. School Food Bcrvlc Presi tin NEWS In J Ullft.
hostess; Mr*. J. Axsle WIl- f

RENTAL SERVICES Hams circle will meet with f' dent. I The Social and Having Clubmet I ___ .... '_- t'SrSOGA:' _____ _ta .Y
The Melroie' School lunchroom Monday nljht March 8.
UtaI' Bed!., Wheel Chain. Crtth..s .. Mrs. Edith TTiornqulst and i staff will) serve a baked at a p. m at the Recreation !!

..1 her sister. Mrs. Ruth OhUon: ham dinner at the school Center with Mr,. Hamiltonhusteas I ImBE&Ezx&3zz

-' Mrs Elmer Howe's morning I cafeteria<<' 01 March 211 for thepurtsse AREA BUSINESS ff@EC!!
circle
1 meets at 0-30: with Mrs !
delegatesto

Spanish MossIIEAtrrlnJl6 Gerald the! Palm Culbe-ron with Mrs.In Park J. O of s-I April.the; The State of public sending Convention'la InYll.4'd.Tk'lIct.e in. There from 0 will p. m.\be a until molirseeheld I p. zrzz.r >"r r _LZ I

m. for pre-teeiu featuring<< _
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for arfulti.and
will) bfl II Later1
ma' Circle: Nightingales. 7:45at : I children under 13 will boSO DIM Jockey of WPXE.: A1TTO' RAI.KH. .: .& :VirK A(ITo SALETropical : ..MIltVl'l: ( IIIIAtlTV: ( KCIIOOt( )() :MoforeyrleKHcooteniStrnit's I .
nUT : home of Mrs. John Bird: there will be a Record Hop]I|I

1 DEADLY!! R.bf'o'coas.: S p m. at hum of centsKalMopal for axes: 11-19. The date and I Pontiac tiara. Cotnplnt llvautyllrl Bicycle Shop
: Church Motors Inc. ,
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Barkley ,
place, will be announred latorMx .
Mrs, 'I4Jtur. ( VVimimi .Mail
Let Li'. Rid Your Tree.) Myron. Byron Prev.tt.Mra. The Women of Trinity *. A. Jonalns prmldeiit. Inc. Tuition llu.l,rU'lntr.r I MONO 1 MtyrOKCYCTLKHCuhm : :

Of It Wymen. general Episcopal Church held a Mrs. B Brown reporter! TRftlMril :.: PLACKMKNTUruoliUp; {' A ".... Se..Ur*
chairman fur
the lllh
ii.cr! meeting at the home of Mis ELf? TRUCK CJMC CI'.N1'1:7PONTIAC: : \ "_alln'l.z!' untl.....
: Fla. Pest Control annual Silver Tr. has calleda James B. Lackey. Refrrah- tt.VND nCM)NTMl ('LI'B i till, I.MAV A M'NIIK.AM MpiIist. CUlI''SICentra
meeting of I Motorcyrlrsnftalr: flrvh
the various ments of blue-berry cake )Jcoffee VOIAO ) Hairstyling
chats There will be a dance sponM 210 N W UiklursvIlKKcplicars BCltWINN WCYC1J I Il
539 E. Call !361-396J men for t p. m. on The Rev Wh Allfl.
*er* am"'
March 13 In the educational Jean Chance talked, on Lent >r l by the hand Booster. We ..._t"lt In '''2'1\'U! .College l x-kHmllh A Sjif Work
bulMtng Mr*. William Beam Club for the b-m-tll. 01 thIitind .< BALJRH ft HWWICKPelory VIS I J. .... Ut (Ualnvtll. Its W. InJferillr Awe.n..n..III" .
ob-
and the dlffcient: cuatoms
Jr will have charge of the Individual Unlfoims. Haturday Trained !Mebanlrai 7g.4IS'rAitpirrs .
servrd.MrttiMlM. Inc. $ UII.1'11I '
nluht.. March 20 at KctlysNlKhl : II I
table decorations, lor Ch.rrh. i ('I.r.'N irNi.n; CAR I
Inip" .tt.<.1 Car f'rt.lI"ts :
< >
Limit In L .U-y 'J Ie. 1
this M-Uxl tea instead or Mr*. _
.. of I
.
.1.Wom..n'.
Society 1PUC..r..I.NZ: ( : "' :
EDWIN
JOHNS PLUMBING Wllllsnui, Reynolds Jr., as previously keta are on sale. Pleiua scot j jyuur nil N. MAING..w.
Christian Berries will mn-t In .. House of Carpets
announced Miss Anne advance tickets to avoid ) 111-4171 .\I.V.f.ltIE) :

COMPLETE; Johnson, a senior In the "' the educational building Wed.n'aiday the rush' i "("Uilncavtll. Only CarpetHfmaUlty :
at B.30; m The fulcs Parts "fl' .
a. .r-
SERVICE; ; .VN U :NEW; I INSTALLATIONS( lie Department at tUe Unher.It led MilCI I! Ttirre vlll not b, a meeting j i IIhnfl'
will be by 113 II Ie. Mor.m.l atTel. Onl".yUI.
program HIflr.IAIW SI u"r; : I !I
of Florida wW .be heard entitled"Rekindling Tuesday' night March IB. The JKKP: .
.
FREE; ESTIMATES: ; M guest soloist! on the pro H> Wlthrrspoon.Inner Life maetlng will be held Friday Family of 4 Wheel I Drive H71.IIMI l\Utn.UN: tt'itl's U*
gram. : the** night, March 19 AU tickets Espert Inn'"n.1 till" wiittr'x: TUCK TO Mora

., Phone 964-2904 I'f; OX.\LI! Thrwirtt Prayer: will .be turned' In then. i I UA.MMI.KHAmerlna : .\trro fUI.V M;": Ml .N*. 'C.I'/.IIU. Call

Mrs. Carl Johnson formerlyof BooM be held Tyler In Circle the educational meettnz'wlfl Th Continental of Osn| *.. TiIl, ,,-, n-onnwy<< c*'' (laisiss. .111. (l.l1'LSVlIi.EMayflower' : :

llUlcrwt and her yule will provide mvkitc for' Paul's Auto Salvage
cousin. SJM sod HervU Inc.
buikMng Tul'lIda.t 7'JO p ('lIAh4! SAWN'' ,
the dance Com oixt' Comas
Mrs '
Oliver
Ferguson, see
| m. W* Buy Wrerkml CM. At CaU Collect 374-S134

GLASS Tnat' Our Business Ida spcndlnc having a few week in PVn- Last Fridays World Day of alit Y.IKL and HtOLTAMarch enjoy !UM Bali Rid Motor Co. 'lot'. () I I'ICICEM A. & J. Saw .
driven fromWoodatock way
110 30 1'AI.NT,: A f.I.AS.4Liddell i.
offering was
j I Prayer 7-12 !II oboerved' All .\ta...... *. Medal.| Vied
*,
Co.
-if It.* nu>u. \\> HV ir Tt. last swell Mr sad. they wish to UiaoJc flw1o 111* n Main & Mower I

Prrguon .ls nailing In D IsM! to make ttowmnlngfnl & S> Otrt l'IrolJIt.. Th. fbi Galiti.tU. 171-gUl Psrt JIM Anderson Mgr Paint &
\ he't d
CALL WRITE _
or VISIT srH ?1. ""m.. vhUe Mr ', rVouU of Btark havo cookl"' | ,I! T'Myp. Mrrvl.>i vV. Will Ifumrlll (Chain Saw'sALPH

FOR ANY CI; ..ISS fEDSHEA'S ; Johnson Is rvnvwlnr old .cquatntancrt '1'1t"0 "'..A service. for isle so please! auopeor.Uh ..... find Any. Carl rC T.*. $ A MKKVirr: Glass Co.

In Keystone and Mr and Mr. Andrew Dunk them that they may B & G Motors Co.'VMTU.ACOl.DahtOflhIE. n.lfte"u'' n..tsU flrpnlr. A harts. All )" .Ilen KTVNI/I) P.S INTCGlans :

GLASS CO. ls stopping" the Holiday of Miami art the parents "f a have a ucr! Beach Apartments. The lint Heout meeting will A Hvrtliff.
born
(NOT INC.) Or Danlsl Poling, worldwide & daughter Miry Buwitin Dun of be held! each Monday at. 3 p.n 2023: NK:. Illvd. 4iMln.YUle' Tab rnrlomirn. bw_

i "Formerly. J.e Peter, (;iU"* Co." rellgiou: leader and president Miami Match t U Dr.th (paternal Oorg grandfather : I in room 73 at IUC: Illtfli. AIX4 HRKVICR Air Condit""' ","". 1I ..UnltRUSS'S l'twn'e' 112.Jl'.1I1I 1_,. Wln4o. .>w. A..nla.. -
SchOol and each.. Friday fut Off Waklu 114W1CuNti'FrF l ..
mornIn &
of the Christian Herald I'mrprt Wallpaper 0 *
/ Wr iesIi. Moolern Store Front and Mr and Mri. E File rvlecUon of tJ'iad' Cars
will official at lisa fold i iWeddinz st 1 30. All girls Intere.t- ( ) .: : l'ILOflUCTMINIIIST : "tens ComtulUlbin.llfl .
/ Ju-t Mail I'fa.\ Pattern For M. fMUiwau are the maternal Taken On Ca<*.ill Celebration at. .fe- Af In Joining plea* If'fl l fIn SHEET NW Blt..nUl Bt.
;J Tabl Top mortal llamas grandpa t ants to attend either meetIng. l !V. W. 131%. ... 441IIONE ThAT AI I. YOU'DO'4IIF.TE
Community.Penney OAU'tPMVflLP: 31t.lt..t.
TrumanRoundr.
luHxrt Rjundtre*. '
N.wTllh", ?arm.c. Sunday even.sn ( III 1 K4'II NF.W 374.7111UaeatnM.rr.ryC.s. METAL, INC. { titliDl'CT'sAflP1
1313 PL ta1ne.vIIk.( Fl Phone FR2-I153 .. .r'. aid Mrs Nell TIn: mT TitIa1Edwards
at 7:10: Otlocsr. This I* an RoijJHjir-i ..tl"Itn" &nk.Ill> begin Sunday i'l.ATIXO J
snaual prograaa performed with Sunday. school at 10 with Building
funeral of a friend. Jack
Heating
w.Ui a nearly. the MlM Faiinl"" Boll Frasler in .'
a possible
Beaty, In W'nter: l(.v,n. who Supply, Inc. Ocala Chrome
same ritual and tfre**. charge Youth r.Ul be ob < C'''' IJ CARM Air rn forM
w..s s hunter In the $ Msin372.4$44V'l l
1! l.
A rw day after Ed WlfCn srrred with the youth In Aut.hOrI'k l s '* service Plating, Inc.
wts: tim "VIf.I.M"" PTA
.
Cut Those < returned from his "lurrm s..... Ptulln: Tces'Il charge at tt There wia be a hie4 51,51 I C*.wr. NI....*I. Chromium\

tour" of Meslro with three ft dthhtr! r..uJtnC"mm'flll'l.. panel discussion .by th youth. Crane f i.\lWt'I:: strh'Ih.Il4Johnson : Cadmium. 1U ',,,1 fin tilling
.
At 3 m. the Junior 2AZ N r. lth Trr .
his fir- daughter, he sjfTer.ed have been p. Chair os0ixr.slf Custom" DtitflftiA'fIt'E '
Repair Bills a fall In KU home which from HOTD Os W oefWl Union will boil held at OrrsUr LincolnMercury .I..rlRIM. & Fang Inc. C'.I\'IISO: :
L.
Urs. ,
1QlrPd .-ra,. awl treatment r.-ta of Allen Cns>-l 1 AME ChW'ch.i> 1'4-WUl. 174-tllil %....... IClI.V.R.: UK ASS* COPPKRlndu .
'withNatural sod M.-S. L. M. PesrtatLMsrie *.4 E.: falvrnJtf Ama.OInawvlflm mi>J>*t. tJn of
AU mtnbrrs and friends,
Ills rUtil titn and arm are )f.rlal$ hard Oirom
).:\,64 Ponarty of 3734291mm ,,:',..4-.1..4 Vl'I'J-'
are. In a r. e f-ott: frarur-f 1Cacken'w.di., N. ,J has been a Iny1tfort to" sturid Evening FiiIkb,. r..4-.w. Aatomatir Trn.ml_loti untIl! ti.itsI'sweIl.blmaPe *IJJH .NK: tnd A>... ()eal.*
and Is U known (ml bow tw't'Ytc. will be! held at 4 with ,
Gas not bnuee ilV'._ of Mr.. Martha cud.w. .. .-. HUI ats-aitta
long he win be conflnWhJ '* M.cICP.CbI.. 'nd Mr Hsrrlrt Bee L A /".rnpvn In charge 'AIf" kent YVtilLd5e 8pr..d.'
J Lee Chinul was Thre wU: be a singing. at
nw- for Ue past two weeks sic H'"athtaln City Automatic 314: HW 8th Ave. TYI'KURITERSHancock: :
Park of the Palm Confrrenee the First Horn Church of the
Mr and Mr*. W A. Wallace (islJ> *"ltV. 171-1411 YllI'4E JU.onl
_Akrr last __k. hot was a Ltvin& God Sunday ni ht.
Fr "car fr**.** -trouble free" beatific, ceokiag H o? fUnu .. Lake are it] at Transmission Inc.
dinner r **t of Mr and Mr. March .14 at g:)/) Th flnt rtlnrs (ptsrnievEie' Pt's' Typewriter
:h> AUJ 1 General II>xpltalHev )
and water healing there" nothing like Natural' will: b* the BHA of EXCHANGE::
Fuller Of th Park
Harknr '.. norxic D'KTTBl'CK -
P's k I I.* hoot after a a.pal, A. Firhane.. I.AIIIKS: :,\IeCherry's
GJ and it.. erooosalraJ too. If" fntsnt. '1t'* ''n\f Cflcs11tz 'were m'vn'r e two w .k. ., a* in Bradford J rlr i rtTllftecular I. D01141E; Bmtth.Coroloa-.AuthortJed
of the South Prbrttilan<<' mrr will bo held Ssls.Patts4frrylc.f'ep.4.sIil.. All Makes. and Stodris Dealer
safe it's rinD and supply' (Is always there. County HotpOaLMrs.
your Church of Syracuse, N. Y. Ole Hatch of PortMyers ac scheduled! VUltors: are always .lk1.CIce< fAll'* &,.-v..Ir.lr-ToUllaAditliw

= wlenni Eider FlasRlU. t..s..ilPooleGable .. ...... Oalrts.vIUe ".....c Fashionable
GET OUR OUR FREE SUR.EYSD ESTIMATE where Mr and Ur. Fuller vVtiied her aunt Mr ""'IVJfftet"" Pr-Trst ?MacMno Calculator*
w *. eltureii otllotif -! Sunday sjz U4SA.OAlepS. .u16& fl4vald. paAtnr .*'mla : Add r..... For L/
STARKE NATURAL GAS School teachers Mrs, Bounmr. Is her dsucrctrr. Cwt.T ,II I Motor VTOMK t fU'\tt.\NTrr.l "REoI41/4-oIl'l:/ I 14COATS1l.lTf1tlrV '.,\VI':' TIME-dUctw* >.ar r* .
For many years now. a man Mt MortohOnsrvb. UethflsI HI IXjLT: FLAX. :' Wk.,. <.ulr.funU with .. flni.
of
CITY lULL PHONE %4.231 I r ef oenvs area fk .hove Jacksonville. )fn:4. Ebl Orsy Clan .tcw1 I w': I IbeTin ll. S r. If AT t'J..YWortW.E I4OV 5 Main A( tFJIUSIVMI : 43 1 N Main At, O..lnftvWa.

been rrtU at the H4:0ay: Mr and Mrs Abrrt A [)PD' the servf*.* Sunday' at n,..,.. (;......,11... 17J-JM4 I 0' W Univcnttr OatnesvtU Phone 3753551I





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S S PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TEirouApn. STARKK. FLORIDA. THURSD4Y, M\It. 11, 19de :-
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".;' """""...""...,,'9"'f'' ?,......,.. dist Church. It was necessary pltal. Mrs.!! J. Pons and family. YYY """"' ruary. Wednesday night and Thurs (SEAL) Volta AC. for operation In. the

to postpone it from last Sunuay .Mrs. Foster Uilklnxnii. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and I 'I Ro-ISullding Station day as guests of his parents Clerk CharleS of Circuit A. Darby Court of Urutl-. caUlea' with, all

LAWTEYIly \ : To lie Honored family were Sunday visitors!!I The service station-store, at and Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Mr. ford County Florida. '..t.ido.eecitrorlte5. .. and auto

The Associations! Training The family of Mrs. Ea.ttei of Mr and Mrs. Jack Miller & the intersection of State Roads and Mrs. W C. Waid, 3/4 4t. :3/JO 4. Radio, mobile .tatioa.

Union meeting was held at Wilkinson will honor her or I of Santa Fe Lake Recent I 221 18 and 325 at the east Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Walter- Notice. Of Appll.....i. for Tin, tranamlcterreceler comb.,
EII BlanchardAWAAV Evergreen UuptUl Church her lOSUi! blrthdiy umilvcrsurj' vlHltorn of the Dyals were By Mm. D. E. 11111 end of town, is undergoing a Don, Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Lovell MrvilHpr. power output IS Watts or more,
1O<.'IV F. .a. Input It Volti IX, for
... last Thursday night with about on Sunday March 11, with a,'I Mr. and Mrs. Louie Riddle of Phone 468-1160 renovation. and children George Lovell Notice I I.* hereby. given, that power operation In the ,144175 Me.
WAAAAWNOTICE / 73: attending. The html basket lunch at thu home ol[ Georgetown.Mrs. Last week the front over Robert Ward Miss Joyce T J. Alderman the holder uf band, complete with antenaa
church won the banner. At her daughter, Mrs. Tim Black B. K. Reddish was a .. ... .. hang section of the roof was Ward and Pete Barton and the followlnir. certificate. him .pilcrophone, cable.. and all
filed said certlflrnte for a tux standard ae.--rl.
On Sunday March 4, at 7:30: the close of the meeting; refreshments burn. All relatives and friend,t recent guest of her aunt, torn down as far back as the son all went to Bellvlew Ga. deed. to b. laeund thereon. 1'h, 5. Installation of items 1
P. M. Miss Phylls Martin were served by are cordially invited to help, Mrs. Mamie Andreu In Dade I'TA'arl..ty Show building, ,taking off that"swayback" to celebrate W. C. Wards certificate. numliera and. year. through 4 ,SuvaThe right:
the
of lueuance the de.crlptlue.. of Hoard reserves
who is a missionary teacher the hospitality committee.We her celebrate. City. Thin Friday Night part, and a new birthday. There they were the property and the nittnua ,In I to reject any and all bldi.
in Ecuador, will show slides Mr. and Mrs. James Craft Church Activities. The Hampton front section of roof Is to be Joined by his other children which It was ......a..d..re. an (OFFICIAL SEAL
of her work and the people are plesed to see our and daughter of Stuart were I Grace Methodist: Sunday PTA Variety Show Is built out to the gas pumps. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and follows, Charles A. Darby

she works with using a Bound Rural Mail Carrier out on the weekend guests of hiM purents School 9:43: a.m. Worship 11 ed for this Friday The building In owned by Doc children Mrs. Callie Howard iMNuanc Certificate 1162.Uascrlptlon.No UT. Tear of Ct1ArtLES A. DARBT14CLERK|

tape. The public la invited for job after pending several Mr. and Mrs. Carlton a.m.. Worship 7:30: pm. MYF 7:30: o'clock in the Shaefer, and remodeling workIs and children and Mrs. Ethel of Property Cum

this occasion at the Metho- days in Bradford County HosTh Craft and family. Wednesday 8 p.m. The aeries ditorium. Attending being done by Jeff Baker LaRoache and children. About *at WL.Y'tnt of BURY NIV Ht OP>KV;:r.v ot lit sutr liD or

Recent guests of Mrs. A. r of meetings last week were both an evening's and Orville\ Shealy. 66 people enjoyed the day NW'. of 101"":', run I<:LY 2U(.71'
ment, and support of Jnnltit Eaten with Mr. Ward. to I'on. N 10435', ELY 2071'"
It. Dobbs were Mrs. Lester much enjoyed and well at Birthday .
to SLY 104 SS WLY 's.n fOllNam
I Roberts and Mrs. Walter tended. TA school projects. Janlta Estea, daughter of Pvt. Clay Middleton of Ft. In which assessed IU T
Graham of Lake Butler. I First Baptist: Sunday prices are $1 for adults, the Rev. and Mrs. Paul L. Rucker, Ala. spent Wednesday William.All .

f '7 Paul Dlnklns and David of School 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a. CO cents for children ( Eates, was guest of honor at night with his grandparents the. County of said' of property Bradford being,. State In'

NEW! EK.d1lHg St. Augustine were visiting m., Training Union 7 p. m.. the eighth grade.) a birthday party at their Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyer. of Florida.. .
Council Discusses t'nie.e such rortlflcate. or
home afternoon. Games Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlbbs
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Carter and Worship 8 p. m. Midweek Monday rtlflratm. Khnll lie reilnnvdaurordlnir
Mr. and Mrs. P. L.. Dinklns service Wednesday 8 p. m. Mowing Cemetery, \ gifts and refreshment and baby of Gainesville were. to 'law th. iirupurtyl Charley
Saturday Brotherhood WMU, YWA City mowing the made up the party arrange- supper guests of her parents <..*....rll..*.. In, such t-ortlfkat orcertificate

..IOM&5for Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc-< RA and GA meat first and and 'the water walks ments. Janlta'a fifth birthdaywas Mr and Mrs. Gordon Jones highest *bldd.r.l will b. wild the.. tu courthouse the, E.

Cle'llan' spent last weekend third Thursdays 7:30: p.m. up for discussion at on Thursday, March 4. Thursday night. door on the first Mondut. I
week's of the Elva Lee Jones and In Month of April. 1166 which
with Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Mc- I Sunday School officers and meeting PERSONALS Mrs. t. the lib day of April 1985.< Johns
65 Clellan in Sylvania, Oa. Mm Teachers meet Saturdays, 7:30: ton city council at the Mrs. George William at- grandson. Melvin Jones of Dated! this 3rd day uf March
hall Tuesday night, Lithia. and Mrs. Maude Mari i IMS.
McClellan returned with them, p.m. tended the funeral of Nathan \I.
Bids for this year's ris of Gainesville visited Joe SEAL) about this
for a week's visit. I Edward Long in Macclenny Charlei A. Darby question:
Mrs. Maxie Reddish and on the basis of each last Wednesday Norman over the weekend.Mr. Clerk. of Circuit Court of Bradford .
children. Bobby McClellan. mowing Job are to be Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bradley and Mr*. W. C. Ward County Florida "A fire that started in the
ai4 4t 3,13
and Miss Carolyn McLcod vv1BROOKER ted by the first and] son of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie __ store below swept thru

were visitors to the Zoo In April, to Clerk W. II. :\ brought her mother Mrs. Watterson attended the horse our second floor office.
before the council show In Lake (' City Sunday
Jacksonville during the week I Mazzle Sparkman of Loch- Now that it Is too late we
I By Betty RabooAAA..u.AAAAu.LU. or at the council meeting looaa here Sunday to apend afternoon.Mr. The Board of of Bradford County County Commlanlnnera -. find our $2800 inventoryof

end.Mrs. evening, April 8. and Mrs. Forrest Hall ... ... .
Stella Estrada, Mrs several days with Mr. and Mrs. l'lorlda will receive .1. bldat office equipment and
I ... M. L. Watterson Joe Forsyth. Mrs. Forsyth and of Jacksonville spent Sunday 10:00 a m. on th. mitrnlnirf
Lassie Carter and Mrs Ruby April a, 1985 In the court supplies Is uninsured. la
Hampton Water Works Mrs. Sparkman are sisters. with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon room In the courthouse. for the ,
Carter visited Mr. and 3Irn. there Office Con-
llrookrr CouDrUIeetlnc! formed the council that Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dyal I Jones! following Item of equipment. I a new
Richard Carter, Mrs. Annie Brooker held a Council 1. RadIo bane .atatlon trane* tents Policy for just such
the of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
was raising price Moore
Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Jim. and family attended a funeral tultter-reiHver, comli., poweroutput
OXFORD
7 Br.
Meeting\ last Tuesday at offices oursT"Charley
night water works to $35,000, In Palatka last Friday. I r and Walter Moore of Tampa 15 Waite' or mare power as
mie Carter In Daytona duning I the Community Center. According his previous price or $. Mr and Mrs. William John- and Mrs. Garland Oateen and :Input:: It volt l><*/n vulm: A<'. I
the week. For operation In the '114-175 Mi E. Johns
to M. O. Har-
Mayor As the council has not children and her mother of
son and family of Macclenny .band. complete with microphoneSod .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. rell, the of this meet. ............ ..
purpose mined any way to visited here Sunday with Mr. I Jacksonville spent Sunday all standard .1.
NO DOWN PAYMENT Barnes who have been livingIn Ing was to reorganize and the >. 50 foot teleaci. ...>lnic mast Agency
the business with the with Mr. and Mrs. Edward
< and Mrs. A. C. Dennison and .
Starke have moved Into with high !vain antennaI
Installation of new officers. amount of revenue J'eb'I family Norman. 1 earh-Radio. m.il>ll. .t.. 1.11: S. Walnut St.

.EASY TERMS ents.\ This meeting is held the first no action was taken on J. W Home drove to NewPort Rev and Mra. C. A. Crosby liiw tlon..r tranMmlttHr.re output. 15 \\attii" er or comb,murti. PHONE 964-0201 .

Green. Tuesday' In March each year. :natter. Richey Sunday to visit pent' part of last!! week with power Input 11"nltA I.IIU. I
W(Milling, Announced; Mrs. Bertha Fearre his eon-ln-law and daughter. ; their son-in-law and daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brine
the the to own that Mr. and Mra.\- Ernest Edwards Starke has been n Williamsand Mr. and Mrs. Pete Parish
d This Is year to buy. year have also moved into their Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I
announce the marriageof with the council trying family. I and children of Linden.
home you have always wanted. A new homeis new home this week. We etc their son, Airman 2nd Class complete arrangements Mra. Helen Overall postmaster Kenneth Williams 1 b a patient -
glad to see all of these new
Gene Edwards, to Miss Janet transfer of the Hampton in the Medical Center in sforgrilling
Ft.
the foundation of an estate a castle that homes In the community. of George Island
Mrs. C. E. Olson of Jacksonville Perry of Columbus Ohio. The etery property to the spent Tuesday at the Hampton ; Gainesville. Mrs Williams is A-
weathers all storms. Money invested in a homeIs Mr. and. wedding was an event of Feb- Mrs. Pearce hAs been postofflce as part of the I staying with Mr. and Mrs. '
was visiting
ruary 27 in Columbus. Attend as trustee for the tmaateu' orientation Otis Crawford to be near her
tangible wealth the ideal way to save Mrs. L. E. Green and family ing from Brooker were Mrs. property for many ;years po program husband. ,

money. Jim Walter offers a complete home Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Gordon Edwards and daughters Patsy also since the Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shealy Sunday guests of Mr. and broiling,
and Peggy, and Mr. and odist Church property and family moved Sunday Mrs. Herbert Norman were
building and financing service to lot owners. of and Bunnell were visiting: Mr. Mrs Earl Green. disposed of some years' from the Smith house to the her mother. Mrs. Lottie Jonesof braising...
Mrs. Fred Pe.irt'irvls' Ills(
I Guest speaker at the Dedan trying to transfer the house just east of the post- Brooker and Mr. and Mrs.
send for 1965
So if own a lot, our new week.
you Baptist Church Sunday morn- ship of the property to office. Bud Moser of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Futih
Terry :
It's free! Ing was Jamil Kalbunah. He Mrs. Pearce learned
catalog of homes today. of Black Mountain. N. C. city Sunday visitors at the homeof
gave an Interesting and informative there was no deed to be Mrs. Inn Knight were Mr. fk"v
spent the weekend with Mrs.
1
talk of his country, and thin has entailed and Mr*. W. C. demon Jr. TilE BIGHT .POINT for the'
Joyce Futch and Miss Elizabeth Saudi Arabia. Mr I Kalbunahin : legal steps. At present 'I' and daughter of Heilbronn. way you write. Come In and F r

Terry. married to the former Miss council I Is trying to rlect' your favorite ESTER. Mr + r }
e
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knight; Ruth Mann. and they reside in If the property need vvvvvlvvvvvvnvvvvvvvvBayless ; BROOK Fountain Pen.' TELE fA
,
and family of Jacksonvillewere i w'f (
Lake City.PERSONALS. surveyed to net up : ORAFK.tlre .
dinner guests of Mr.
!
I lines. Mrs. Pearce mild
and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright l
Mr. und Mrs. Guy Willing- HiwayBy "\ '
I her" grandfather had: Off Appllrstlar l Nor '01.
Sunday. Mrs. Alice Langford ham and two children of I I !>...1!.1II. + J
deeded two acres of ... l 1.1(.. F'.. e.
I and son of Lake Butler visit.
\
I JIM WAITER CORPORATIONCall J Hampton, Va. are on a two to the Methodist Church Mrs. 0, E. CrosbyAAa.AAAA.4AAA.AAa.AAAAA.4aJ Nnlli I I. herehv al'I t,.n, for roasting,
r ed in the afternoon week.visit hero with,her: parents both th.,, church building ', T. i. Alderman, the hale'

Collector i! l would like to know more about your building and I Mrs. Milo Smith attended, Mr. and Mrs Sam Smith the cemetery, and the filed. following..," rtlfli-nle* F.rtlflcatss. for a. tim,in. boiling
the District PTA Conferenceat
Write 'financing plan. Plate lend me a free catalog. I am and her sister and family Mr. more than half of this Due to sickness we were deed to h. ,lntied Ih.r..n Til,
Inloroited In a the now Flotcher High and! Mm. Bobby Jones. Mr. ed In the present unable to write any news lasts: certificate num4*..u. ,and. v.'\\t tof l stewing...
Today! .
I laatmnra. th ri
I School In Jacksonville Mrs,, M pptl| > n '*fth
O Ham Q Collage Wlllinijham Is with the U. S. property. week but will get It In this property and th. flat, ... I IT
John Tortxle and, Mrs. Betty Navy and Is serving on the John Parker offered to week. I which It wa anead ir !
,.+, I NAME Warren of Starke followaCvrtUlrat-
accompanied
I ship Enterprise.Rev. I' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richard
My' ; ADDRESS Mrs. Smith. I the cemetery as to ,. No. 31 Year e( I c..
r* and Mrs. Resale Carlton graves and availability\ son and children of .tiann. ltv>.

I CITY _STATE J JI Fernandina Mr. and Mrs.were L.Sunday K. Kite visitors of. of Fairbanks visited Mn.Mae iota He asked any vllle! were meats of Jackson-I' II"Ixicrlntliin' ttJ In sw ut COR Property of BW'-6|.>>A f } aP

..p"on.p Mott on Sunday. having relatives bulled' In ents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby s KHNam
I My i I of Mr. and Mrs. Milo I' Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Rhoden cemetery to contact him last Saturday night. In which, .....aetl Hnyt,.t t
: : =: Smith. Mr. Kite In remember. of Jacksonville vslted Mr. and starling
.diDAYJACKSONVILLE of Desert cerning care of the Mr. and Mrs. Lonzl Norman All of BAM. prnrterlv. helna: I h ,: 3 3S"4
: : ed us a former owner Mrs. Tim Rogers Sunday af All councilman nnd city visited l Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yarborough County of Urad lord. Htm '
Isle Motel. I "Inr hi..
ternoon. in Ralford Sunday.Mr. .
flclals for
were present .
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FLA. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish I Mrs. Christine Blackwelderand meeting The city an} Ms. A. R. Richardson ...rUfh'a.* .. tph ahall e.rtlfleute b. retl.tn
3281 West Beaver St. were In Tallahassee over the daughter, Sonya. spent a statement for January I of Lake Butler and Mr.\ to law th. propvrtr '

I'. O. Box 6248-Phone 387-1111 weekend visiting Mr. and iI i few days last week. with Mr. February showed total and Mrs. Elton Hardee of deanrlbed(..ru".......In win such ke certificate.sold' tw the or for baking

I and Mrs. Nod Hicks and sons. ceipts for the two Ocala vllsted Mr. and Mrs. C. : hta'heiit bidder at th. court

,I They are from Apopka. of $1,281', nnd expense. $ C Crosby Sunday. 'In house Munch door of on April the first!1145) Monilur'whlthla frying, glazing..
Chris Kelly of Wildwood with a balance In the Mr. and Mrs. Randolph the ith dar or April ,,.,.
visited Mr. Rosa Kelly and 'of $1,322 at the end of Crosby of Maxvllle pent Dated thla Ird day of M' J 1.n.
Mr. and Mrs L L. Dyal recently fI .

Important NoticeBRADFORD Mrs, Ethel Bass has returned ;I '"' -
i 4r 4rI :
home after spending! a weekIn I "
Charleston S. C. with her

mother, Mrs. H. F. Bnughmin.. .
COUNTY PROPERTY OWNERS While there she also visited ) :
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other friends and relatives.Her

husband Joined her thereon
Buick LeSabre with Wildcat
Friday and they together power.: I

Ayril 1st Is The Deadline For Attending To I,I with Brooker Reed on Harley Saturday., returned to IYyt t 1til t its

I Little IMcnnle Hicks, son ofMr. /- r

Your Tax Matters. [ and Mrs. Ned Hicks ate
County a tung oil nut Saturday and Its quiet voice deliversa

became very III. :its( was taken

'to Alachua General Hospital' most persuasive
message.

Approximately 500 Homesteaders Who Re- I but have It his was stomach not necessary pumped. He to ..


ceived The Exemption For 1964 Have Not I I Is Mr.doing and very Mr well. Steve now.Kelly of

Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. for all 'round
Reddish Andrews of Starke

Renewed Their Exemption For 1965. visited Mra. Rosa Kelly and
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal recently

better cooking...


We Sincerely Urge You To Sign And Return I tlae aurv, 4Msy. modern way

for a kitchen that's
Pla.tlo Notebook S2.20 at the ,l..l. +ll i6i

Your Application To Us If You Want This TELEGRAPL.i for cooler prmoun clouiM-r ace-of-Buad, safer. .

i I .. get a (Ucrseless automatic.


Exemption. All New Owners Must Apply In # You'll ELECTRIC love itt!RANGE

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All Tangible And Intangible Personal Prop- Rentals I i appliance dtalerai



erty And Mobile:! Homes Must Be ReturnedTo !I

$1 Per Day

Us By April 1st.GENE. .\LL NEW POIlTABLFSerson: ,I II I

] SCC YOUR ICCAt. AUTHORIZE IUICX CtAUl AUTHOftirtD BUICK KAUt PI THIS AREA:_- --.eo: I


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