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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 18, 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 )
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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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I Interesting; Theory Advanced I ''\ t

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What Are They Looking for? --Uranium, He Thinks ar ""



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Several weeks ago. in a uranium, rather than phos mount of heat as aij million/ lea has resulted} in governmental travelled 27,000 miles before airborne survey conducted the Santa Fc. d1: :.;:

+ story concerning drilling operations phate. pounds.. of coal. approval to several ruining deckling to settle down inFiori. throughout the state" to determine The western. area reQif.r-.
e r now In progress In "There's plenty of phosphate The following Information companies to build plantsin ...:\.. They lived at Veniceon hidden locations of the higher rending or\G&a\ Jsurvey's
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'' ,tta this area. The Telegraph asked available for several Is from "Florida Wealth or Florida for the recovery of the'eat Count for a uranium. recording'' erulpnjJ| ,.=.,..::3. II'

< : "What are they looking hundred years," he says "Whyall Waste". : uranium as a by-product in while before purchasing the According to the .report and was rated,. us twice naV,. ,
for---phosphate! ," this sudden interest on "The building of severalnew the manufacturing/ of phosphate old. Wynn place ,two years ago.Mr. high radioactivity was discovered high in radioactivity as 5 '

Phosphate is still the generally the part of five or six big plants In the phosphate chemicals and concentrated Arnold recently drilled In 11 Florida counties. surrounding nrea. pJ _Q (

accepted explanation corporation In phosphate districts of Florida indicatesnot commercial fertilisers.", Q 114-foot deep well and his with Bradford being part of In an article published AHy ,
for the activities of five or six Most of them are not even in only the adoption of Improved Since the factual' details about Geiger Counter indicated traces a northern group that Included 21, 1IW! The Telprrnpli; mild:

companies that have obtained) the fertilizer business, and refining practice, but the uranium content of of uranium In some of the Taylor, Dixie Columbia "Courthouse records show

at permission for exploratory that Is the chief use of phos- also new developments in the land-pebble phosphate< and the coil brought to the surface Union and Cluy. At the time that the land involved Is. primarily -

drilling along county road phate." national program of the Atomic methods of recovery are se- during the drilling operation. of the report It was said that owned by American

r tir rights of way In Bradford. To support 'his belief, Mr. {Energy Commission Rec- cret information, an accurate H" saya that he also made. the two Bradford. County .locations Tung Oil Mills, trio., and'\ on
Union Alachua end Columbia Arnold quotes a publicationof ords indicate that uranium statement concerning possible similar tests at some of the "are apparently too the farm of Howard W. Wnit.

Counties. the Florida Department of has been known as a very production cannot be made.. .holes being drilled by corn- small to have any commercial It extend into several oilier

But phosphate isn't the en- Education, "Florida Wealth or minor component (about 3 to However, It seems clear. that pun 11' in this. area and l was aignlflcnnce." tracts however ,anti in.lumrs., '!
tire answer at least in the Waste," which states that 6 ounces per ton) of the extensive Florida's uranium contribution able to detect radioactivity.Prev One of the areas coveredthe several lots in tho town limits I

opinion of Paul E. Arnold., uranium Is a minor component Florida phosphate deposits to the atomic energy lout' Report western portion of the of Ttrouker.

an amateur geologist who of Florida phosphate, since 1924. The U.S.Geological program will be substantial" Mr. Arnold's. belief concerning ,town of Bronker and extended "The other a ron haM ,a mdliinrtivlty -
lives on the old Wynn placeon yielding from three to six Survey in cooperation Mr. Arnold has. been Interested uranium In the area recalls south along the nCroiMe Intensity of one

Stat. Road 227, between ounces per ton. One pound of with the Atomlo {energy : in radioactivity for 20 a report made. In May of highway to the Santa Fe and 1 ono'lmlf", limes tin< normal

Starke and Oranam. U233 (pure uranium] U valued Commission, has been mak years, and has. dune contildor- 11X14 concerning "hl&I1'.<110- River The other started along Intensity Uocord-i' iih. ..w that

It is Mr. Arnold's belief .*t (13.020: according to ing detailed. investigation of able prospecting for uranium activity" In two small area) Bragg* Branch about half a It. I La primarily on farm own-

31 -. f that the exploring companiesare other texts cited by Mr. Arnold the phosphate deposits since around the country He and In the Brooker vicinity The mile south of Highway/; la. (Continued t On Pane Twol I

II Arnold tTht' (Jeiger Counter prlmarUy interested incouncil. and; yields the same a- 1947, Progress] in these stud. his wife and two, children, report was made following an and extended, directly south. to>



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8TARKE. FLORIDA TIU'RSDAY. MARCH 18. 1963 NUMBER TiI1RTY-EiGII
VOLUME EIGHTT-SCC Probe

I Airport


Others May FollowSchool

t. I The scope( of a proposed investigation into the op- y.

erntion of the Keystone heights: Airport may be

i .' ri. widened if four lruo"I:4.( 1: suggested. by two\ rm>ml>or* Mayor Terms I

'It' II Board of the Council, are approved, at a special( nu-otinif. to

1',1' I be. held Tuesday night, March, 2U: at 7:30: (p.m.) New Requests
At a calleil" meeting last

/ Friday the Councilmen voted< 1. Obtaining Council approval 'Ridiculous'M.
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unanmloualy to: to authorUe.. Myron I're
Seeks Raise"There's 1. K
.. Ir t unautlca Agency/ to make an to annul\ the FAA In its investlgatlun. .' I aa "rldieuluus'
tf' ,audit and survey of condition I Wednesday the.. 1"11011\ un

and procedures In use at theAlr.ul.t 2. Obtaining Council appro : agenda fur mx-cUl mrrllngi

no reason! we shouldn't get a raise If they : cuwslon. prior on the motion and to report their vnl to authorise the auditor i the Keystone: ,IlrUhts,
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t ,Taf, eel do." one Bradford County School Hoard member said I for the salary request the ----- Uniting/ In person to the for. the City Itrudley and Trip t'Uy CiMiiirll railed. tar nmtTuemility
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as the board discussed and then agreed to ask for a .I board members made. it clear Hub Read' Council at the regular/ monthly plett, of preen. Cov. Spring, I' i\lflit by &two CIMIII '

raise equal to that requested by the County they had not Intended aaklnia meeting la April. to ...I.t the FAA In its. In. rumen C'h.&rn.'n.& ., KHeutn :-

mission pay< I___-__ Com-I' pay hike unUl they fount New Farm 2. Requiwt the Bradfon veatlgatlon, I Jr. and J.Y.. (iltllll! )II
out the County Commission County Sheriff Departmentto 3. Obtaining. Council I \\'"rr.n. r.
approval
C' Heart Fund Given Boost eaaion Meeting In a hurried alone< special wttJSuperlnt.ndent \ also expected. to salt pay In.creases. had requted one. ForesterIs be present and report| on to ordotr.he\ Chief of I'u- I "The hears llateil n lha i
Friday
School Board member the and ,hU..ulnU".II. t.
Only breaking entering Hue to turn over all his r.cor.U Mend" are .
Tom Casey School! Board
t' Motion for th* voting against the request** complaint at the old Bkyte and the fare of II," the Mityorsaid.
Mark Hamilton pmMrnt. of the Interact Club, p.-ta the school heads votedl to Increase was made by H. A. NamedRobert reports concernlnithe to
ISO raise was Rodney Hall of: building filed by Morris Star City Airport' to the attorney .\11 city record* are
\ Ito rhalrman of the Heart Fund Drive, ark that they be paid the same Lawson and seoondeit by A. .
BUS to Mr" Farber. Th....... Hall apoke out. against ling. for the pity. open lu the publla with 'the e 1
the *', amount cotnnniaaion ynWe.
county
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\, net from heart benefit dance a. .
a staged
reprs.rntlaf proceeds salaries being paid' to K. Read I. the new In an apparent effort to 4. Obtaining,, Council approval Bre.IUM> ofeertalmLJIoUco. .
r[ by the club. lest Saturda/. night. Other* tn. picture are John If the commissioner school board member at a Florida Forest Service farm broaden Ute aoope of the proposed to request all member o. I matter. and thomi matters .r

L'('| Kpenglrr.& .....on.! from Irft Interact. projerta. chairman and get the pay raise they are tTA meeting several weeki forester for Bradford( and InvMtlgatlon, K.YlltoneCounC'1l the Council, the Mayor, and will b* revealed. al &phi '

II. A. I............. club "IM.n.| ..o... asking. ,go, but told his fellow board Clay Counties, Chairman W. M. Uaam the Tax Assignor and Tui I proper lime. anil pl.icc, and l
School board members
now
I' members Friday that any reilatance A 1993 forestry graduateof Jr and Councilman J. W. Collector to turn over all records I will\ not require' Cuuiull in;

receive J1OO per month com ';: I he offer to the re- the University of Florida, Warren, who serves as Airport report. and ,correspondence lion."
to the commissioners! .
For March 24 pared -; guest will be "paaalve." the 34-yenr-oM Read was for Commissioner have now In their possession. concerning The Mayor: aildeili" "I re
(123. The County Commissionhowever
."" "Frankly I feel that 1100 merly employed as A forester called a. ap.r to. the .pest my original rh.irir
requested at lejrlalaUve before '; ; adequately< cover my expen with International, Paper Co, next Tuesday night for. the attorney for the City, that' &the ('oua ll U made. upuf !
hearing on March 5. .... I'm happy wkh that. My and has lived In Starke for purpose of! ICulMl Out uf Order. five members, and all 01' ,
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Berry Promotion Set Again Johns State and Senator RepreeentatlvtArch Charley 'fa' //a. .': .. jompeiuallon !111 the educationof several years. At the start of the called I flC'I..1 business of the ,0'11) .
Hall. Resd Jack Darn- should before Ihulbodr.
foia my two children replaced "meeting last Friday Hum come .
Thom..Jr ak
to aid. He further stated that hart who reilgned recently 2 Local MenCharged .who r..I< After Delay By Bad WeatherBradford raise. of $50 per month.A for. th "a"/ .' : he realises the poatlon of the to work for an advance degree the March. V meeting follvw.ng prey. an action alrail, ,
formal request ,. With merely. am ''iul,
be second { Irlorkla Association of SrhuolUoard at Auburn University .nllur. by the Mayor futxcewtlng I'' taken. .II U
raise will made at a '
Is that high pay equals Auburn Ala. his anthurlty. ) asked I ....In.. and. I ".IF nut ip[>rovif .
County's strawberry sent the State Department of Legislative hearing the School Ii. lit.... '
High quality school board The farm forenter's office Is Armed RobberyTwo hat Vice Chairman Roy Watkins thai& course of .
Board and four other court I
promotion: In Washington,. Agriculture on the trip andP. i. /
Uut Hall said, that Is nutnecellll&rlly located at 218 Washington: take the chair so that he C
D. C. ..hleb.... postponed J. Novak will representthe house officials are seeking
true. Ht., In Rtarke, In the same ,
could make
been I Imam I two moluns -
several weeks ago due to. bad' Starke-Bradford County Tax Collector R. Klly .U Conservation fltarke men have
told with the Roll
Casey, however building Band ConcertSet
Supt. for
the
( calling Airport
said to be the spokesman for chanted' by the UadrorcSheriff'
weather &that knocked out Chamber of Commerce.:
the board that a lot more Service ,
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tin nventlgatlons (tleam'a prof
the four officials. Including DcparUnrnt. with
production of quality berries The promotion Is& beingsponsored
will be required of the School or.,1. l renlgnatlon, haa not yet March 23
ServIre <
Tltonl
has been rescheduled for by Burke retail Sheriff P. D. Reddish.. Tax A. armed robbery of
Gene and Clerkof Hoard. in the next few year Deadline Station around, mldnlgh 'M.n nrtnl on. having beef
eessor Long Tag
Wednesday March 34. merchants' the County Commission -
Hall SatUfkd "and you boys will be making allied until the next regular
Mlsa Jane Adams National the City Council and the Circuit Court and !Monday The Bradford ltui>
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Strawberry Queen together the strawberry. grower' I County Clerk Charles Darby, With 1'reiwnt I'ay I the tremendous i. In the decision'Education midst: of Is SaturdayDeadline IJrputy) Sheriff Robrr1 ", .When..tln..)Watkins. ) questionedhe Band will present<<, a "run' 'u>

with 55 flats l of Bradford berries he said Green la Inveetlgaling th'roblt'r the IlUh Mtv>ol .. :u I > n
a ..reat transition.; r..nn> for the motbn.lsum *
and| malt Wesley Roller ...
traveling under the Department Jln1081V Thursday nightuun
of Agriculture's'SunFlavor' l I. Sought and Is becoming more Important / for purch 33. and Edward. lie Pal replied that certali. starting. at I o'clock
Long Range Program each day license taif. In Saturd.Y.March statements made. by Mayor
label for the first J .ett. 32 both of Starke art Tate entire prom/ ,un Aieon.wIat
Hoard Member JllId.y SO and Tag Agent bring hold In the Ilradfortt. M. U IU..Ioy l at the Marcl.u .
of modern Amt! n">
pointed out that all heads of ft. Kelly say his office in thet'ounty hail hurt his
Ineton. shames of' meeting r.putatlon
will tJI'fJlH'n County jail ore ccjtnpoallloiui' Included: win >
Council Gives GoAheadOn departments on the stale courthouse robbery Station Attendant a* a leader In thonununlty i ipMure.
armrd the
TM plan Is to present a the score: from m"
all "aa long as pro-
day
level ./. to be given raises for the past IS ,
pint of berries to each of c.beNation' corning In"K..U Jim Mill of Leetaywas "U/<>w The W.-it. W'
to ffl.OOOif keep
from IS.OOO pie
ranging while $31: war ear*. "
held for
up Won and "Holiday
933 member of Congress alw' open ,
office
was
the Legislature approve.] : taken from the cash r..l(1AlA'rJ'.dIlI'tL "1 want aa Independent, r U,:
Trombone; featuring >
as well as to Secretary! : last Saturday and ISO! Ices
of Agriculture Orville Free Reno Recreation Site Governor Haydon Burns' proThere's sold during the day He ha* served time In agency to make sn InVMtlga- trombone section.
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were <<
man. and Vice Prt'akSftHu- pa..l I a correctional! Institution for Ion of the Airport opera.tine Th publlo la invited 4'xl' ( i
biggest push
the <<
however
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the said
no reason why .
dcoc"od.lI.a.l.y
anif Ream
bert Humphrey. I and, larceny of an automobile small admlnalun" wW" '
acme pulley cannot continueon I* expected this Friday breakIng ....1. "The rAA
has been Involved In a
Starke Market Manager I A lC' head for the Starke Recreation hoard to geek a permanent playground down to the county 'level Saturday a* p ' investigatematters charged.
Philip Cronkhlte will repre-].1I unanimous vote Tuesday night! by the city smaller' the lea1lln
I! site in Iteno wan given a only on a much I County, the ftherlff'a Ik-pert- rnnornlng .

[ American Legion. Bloodworth and that something: needs' to scale: ," he said. Only half of the 7000 tats ment satd. Rooter Is on parole! I Heights. It Is not K.y."n.1

Volume I I A go-ahead for the Stark proponed that the city' attempt 'be done about It," he added I Monday Tax Collects J R. usually oM through< had been W..dJ11ld.purchased )- from the State ITUon at Ral- ,, Jurl..II.Uun ".f the KAA. We FREE

Berry 1 Recreation Board to reek a to .lease. or get permission !I Once this long range pro- i Kelly said. the four court. ford for breaking and enter wilt/ IM glad. to "have their tn-

I permanent playground lit* la to ue a larger, portion\ gram Is developed U will come I house officials are seeking aral afternoon inc port .bid. It will not change Cliniclill4.1uAltorium

Up; Market I Reno war. given a unanimous\ of the American Legion prop under the auspices of theRore..Uon _. my charge, which wes that Bicycle ,
by the I "I will auk the Iegi.latlr.delegation .. Steers Bring Chairman, had l exceeded
I veto Tuesday right erty for the recreation program Board jut as any Hospital tll. '
Comes Down I city council. In the near future. If* other city-financed playground I for a raw for us his\ authority, In matter Draining "

I Recreation Board Chairman said that a ball diamond Bloodworth said In : if they think we are entitledto Good Prices Rcaccrcditcd to operation of the I'arklnjf IxttSaturday.

Increased Volume but low James Bloodworth spent could. be built, d i I reaponae to. a question. But a : It." K.lly01.\ At present. Airport

er prices market the straw a half hour explaining his. II* also said that additional I full or part-time Negro director : Kelly Darby Long and Sheriff To FFA Boys Hulk m"tl"n. were put to a March 20 tf
berry' market here this week group's plans. both long...*.* playground equipment ml0M I : will probably/ be hired I Rertllnh all receive/ fjH.OOQ'' I 1r. Kdmnrvfaon' aijmlnls- : vote, aryl) carried unanimously
to the council.' per year trator uf the Hraxlford C'xmtyIfoepital I Horn then snl 1,1 l he would !D Till 1 12 Noon
with *-*2 flats. selling Wednesday and temporary be Installed on the RJE Web I to coordinate the program CJuntf 1( 8.
elty-own- I I School Supt. Casey alas Indicated Bradford ands i hu been notlned/ auk Ta AMn-
at an average of 1391. He said acquiring a School ground* for present there he added. returned Ilk* to city
The price range was from 12':i i. ed' alt Is the first step In teas The toPIC of a recreation! i Monday he might get PTA steer ,ehlb'.V: UY..t.ock .- I that aerroilitatlnn' of the hoepltal I .or J"m*. Cook If It wa true LY.
to 3. making any' long range plans' BloodworUi also laid the bulldlne for Reno once a 'Into the race for ral_ but from the JalnelJVllle Hal I by the Joint Committee:m: that Cook hail ", ...1. the ; ,
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Tuesday was the heaWrt for an extensive, playground Recreation Board ha It* eye manent site Is acquired. p.r-I aid that he had not decided", Market $how than on At't'U.llon of Hoepltal I statement publicly that "War Revival ServicesIlighl.mnd

day of the week, when l.OM I .,..wm. since It la next to Im- on an area In Reno that 1* came up and the council whether or not to auk for an some $1..&00 'richer" I, has been aal.nmlel l l for a ...r.1 ren and l Ream he ben .t nl-

flats passed through the auction poanlble to. plan any recrea- centrally located and would In favor of that too. Council Increa II* pointed. out at they wentThe ricer I iod of three year, or until log from the Irpo't.t for Ilapti.tt udkj

at an average of f 1 49 tonal activities without an be good for the long range man Ruby John who has I the School Board meetingFriday FKA Chapter Of W3 i .tjb** with sale weight|
Tuesday's price range was adequate place to hold them. program U, It can be acquiredby championed Starke' recreation night that at fft.OOOhe a auctionby ,, Cta ro** to r !>lbut Church
from S2.3O to S3 SO. Other' than taking permission I the city He said as neat. program from its !Inception j la paid lees l than the Unrest pound. wa bought at lot I The **.l""tJIot\ arrredltavtljti Mayor. ,llmslvy. intervened

Durlrur the week. March' to. seek a permanent I! fin aree as poosibl is enaentlal said the same type of 1 paid principal In Dade PublU. : Shaver Market brlrurlnic the I.* tile remit fJt evaluationof ; stating that Itoam was out of M.&rrh 22-27
AO cents pound
11-17, tbe market handled: city-owned playground in tf an adequate program building recently constructedon County a the hospital\ In" survey I or I 3.9O1 ftatsi for ar-'froiw return RenoBloodworth did not Ia to be developed the Pratt Street Playground "I anticipate there will be Htarke and Uradford Chapter, rofldlifted on January, 27 by I ealUwl. for a ipn-lfU purpose, I

I of 113..121J.1O. j name any specific steps In Ms ', -What you'd like to do !Iscreate Is needed In Reno. a etatewlde.< movement to MM for their Joint project cenUpound a ftld. r.pre..*>'.tatlve of the n..I., .al i. and no other I'veryone'i'eleomeThis; /
of 37
Vales. more rain Interferes proposed long rang program' I I'I ) a program Just Uk* weT .I Councilman Orle Wiggins raise arhool .uperiMefwUnts'alarUo Next high prtre wa Joint CommKtoe. matter could' be eomitilwred\ .
" heavy' prodactioa t* expected ; there. Ite said the board 1s ._ now at the Pratt Street moved' that steps boo taken to, ," h. said. 'Something a for a local alas I In announcing the aecr*
by next week. I I reluctant to say "Well do I Playground and Saratoga< acquire a permanent site, and will be done to .make. them InU to Tom Edwards by 1, tats I', f>mvr M. Vlck.r. '' C Frank Conner, manager ofi I this or veil do that until a Heighur* Cbunrtlman One It was eoconded by Councilman proportionately higher than I Owif t 4t Co. for his 919 poundlUaek II III I acting director. of the Joint marked mee we open this Spat Contributed
tIM State Farmer Market at fun time director\ U& appointedand I Wlxtlna asked. Dwell tstwson. Blood those. BOW fild admsntetratlveBMtstants : 'I Angus. Tom's steer' '' a I Committee. so**! The Comirutt meeting for other bturinee. Weekly I If) IMiblicl/e

Wauchule U at the market has time to analyze what j I TTee..' BloodworUi m>U l"One worth said he plans to. meet and other school 4-If netry. placed& : third bIP'Ctat I w\aM. to eemmend" yes anything, can: happun amiAetirr Community Events; by
behind the reserve
this week In the aboee of 1s possible.Th thing we can offer with RJE High School Principal ot'II' aa.' for maintaining etandaH" d. Chairman Watkins\

\ the manager Phil Crook It*, city now operate' a I them Is leaderahtp, and .,.*. C. C. Anderson who Is In other action at the frt- champion. sieving of accreditation.! and | Joined In ruling Beam out of The CommunityState
who U attending1 a national small playground In Reno on,I dance There'a no point t"! also a member of the r lay meeting the School>> Board Another f-If steer, a an for your eonatant effort to i ..ot....

! convention of 1D&I'keC.c. property that's under a-.el j besting around' the bush we formed Human tJ"l ipprovwl the tlJVOO purchase I pound Hereford anown by Improve the quality. of patient (Continued On Page Two I Bank

, ers In Kansas CIty. from the. Negro unit of the all know the iltuaUon there {Continued On Page J JJ | Continued On Page Two) (Continued On Page Twol ..,..- I I

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J Mr and \n-s.: W. B. Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams Cove Spring, last Friday member was third\ high SCOICT'

,, hail. nn. Saturday guests at of Gainesville were Sunday :Mr:\ and Mrs. Barney Car- Uranium III Bradford? In individual: Judllng.;

the Adkins cottage!! on Klass-:; visitors of Mr. ani Mi-s. T. C. flail of Jacksonville vlnltoil

: Icy Lake Mrs. Joff Powell Chastain.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. howard,; : Padgett ,CarCS/ / .

anti sons of Uunvrr. Colo.11' .. \ and Mrs. O. P. Dover and son lact:; Sundjy. This wan
I Cuntlnucd From Page joel) "Small: quantities of radioactive sources have 'IJF -n cfe\C'"ptoll! ,(
.\ s. Paul A. Smith of Phoonix. of Fort Lauderdale spent the first time H.ii-.icy had CattleTwo
minerals! have alas" m which we arc *IIi(), 1I''Itcll two
:. Ariz., :Mr.: and )II's. Robert Thursday to Monday with :Mr. been In this see Lion in U>AIUI cd hy K n. Crm'iy. :Intel! ."
: born found In "Florida\ Rumphau'ys A l twine v.'s, ime' ,dv>uijf "'''
GLADYS MOOTY M. Cot.trell and daughter" < and M.S.. F F Flume. 22 rOllI'S. After dliincr.. the CtD..hy Cdrlton/ and J. W. vwltK p :; cas1uierklIlCd, : Sun
Gold Corporation undthey the earns thing the phs!
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: of Lecuburu;, J. D. Cottrell of i Major and Mi's.\ V. J. Spoil; ,I Cai-jells: and l Padgetts vtHtleciPadgett. KeUy."V day, nlfcllt on 8R-100 west of
: Phone have mined one mini'itil phite a.ti!: In Ti as and
964-0651 Tavurca Mm. J. .b. Cottrell lee ,will attend the Associated I I Mrs, Vlnn.le Harnoy-M ,l luat the mdioticlivitylrms Starke near the, intersection
-- nionazdte, > cutuniejci.illy: at < Florida) nersonabte. ,a, nountsof
'i Jr und children of Ciuntls. O.edit Burcaus of Florida icicle and aunt Mr. and Mra.J. from bias net ben do- their Jacksonville mine urn.nium' o;. ltle...,can tUus .be of SR-225 when a car, plowed
-1 Local admHLani'cs to Brudr Mr' and Mrs.: James 1'nii-I 1 Mr.. and :MrH. James O. So- Convention at Fort Walton B. Mosley nf MIcMle'vurK\ mined. Tile two most lolL'I. : !HILI'ld O.Volld >uiy in hi-, obtained from too foa'Wisiunduetry Liuu them ,crasslnj the hlnn-

=r ") County >Ionr>ttul this lips and daURliter spent thu i well and daughter and '-II'. Batch\ over the weekend. and another undo, and aunt, onl ttoUitions, aio tlrit the hnok "Atoms for I'eure" h.ia (I at costs fur I lean tLai way ",according to Deputy!

.plf include I'arnell Tyson weekend with Mr and Mrs.J. I and Mrs. Joel Tlmmona and ; Mrs. T. N. Lyon of .deary, Mr. a.nd11'11.:\ Henry MoHley H eL lias, c.thci: ) came{ rud.o- the followIng to. say about 1 If the ore were' ucakud futuranium snerlCf, A. VE- B.'own Jr.
= ull"1 i t Sasser. Airs. Llnnla t!, McClane: In Atlanta. Ga. son of Jacksonville) Okla. la mnklng an extended 1 Mr. and Mr/". Bobby Manning ai'livo mineral content or that' Edward Wilbur Graver
uranium as u b-pl'oduct o.olh.T alor-
ell Harris, :Mrs. Opal E. Al- Mr. And Mrs.: H.irry Seller Dr. and Mra. K. H. Fulling' visit with her son and dauuh- And daughter* have )puRr 'II it l In !un outcrop. of plionphateel I mining: Tim six companIes that n' v(- driving a 1M4Quick Special

=\ n Gregory A. Woods.! Mrs. have returned to their 'homo of Bronxvllle. N. Y. spent the ter-ln-la.w.. Mi-. and Mrs. Neat| chimed a hours tniilcr.; !and' ivs that ai e ":ommon? III the :I, hit the cattle lu t.he ,early
"The government Is begin been given pcrml*: ion. to ii>
Ilia Starling, Johnny Burden", In Ashcville N. C. after weekend, with Mrs CariLeWnrd. Lyon. are living by Mr. nnd Mra. C. noiithcrn portions' of the mate. I to In Ur >1' darkncas around p. m. Ha
ning exploit very poor ore: exploratory drilling *
(Cr'> Lulu Norman, Lionel upending an a by-product of other ruining Ford and: neighboring courrtie
)enn Grtfns, Mrs. Ada Hicks, and Mrs. L. F. Smith, and In Mrs. W. H. Halls returned Mosquito Control meeting In I| Ray Mosley, of MidHeburg spots weif investigated', gUll and hood were bashed In
work. Soon after the wa are! International MInI.JJ:,
vliiitun, Cuttle Charles Uiieeii South Florida. Friday from. ten days visit'i Tampa from Monday to Wed- I lis a patient In Clay Mo.rorlal on the ground.' Until wore dis-:, It entered Into an agreement Kerr-McGee Oil Industries and the windshield- on the

) Lory Ann Urantlcy all Mr.: and Mrs. H. 1<:. Tyu; with hor sona U'ocxlfln and ,, neaday. I Honpltu) Greea Cove "Spi-lng' covered to cantaln phophatcdeposits. 'I with the British to purchase i \merlean Metal Climax,. Inc. d.lver's side knocked out.

>f Starke; Rebecca Mullm andvVnii.im were visiting relatives In Chat Jack Halle and their families Mr and: Mrs. Ralph Kazar- 1 Mr. and M.S. Robert Bax- The dlicoveiy} of I recovered uranium from the i Monsanto. Chemical Corpora-1

M. Terry of Melrone; lahoochee over the weekend. In Miami.. I, Ion and daughter of Orlandoi lay, Jr. and family of Lactnts.Inlet urn' n turn In phosphate. tii not vunt gold mine U I Ii '
dumps
Mrs. Lucy Lunlcr and Liana L. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. (Gentry Miss Jtarjim\ P nnell. who i nt the weekend with her visited Mr and. Mrs I now: in fact it Is already be. i South Africa. We are Uon, Dorr-Oliver \ '

Elder of RaiforU; Mrs. Laurie had as weekend guests 'their has! been In St. Petersburg parents, Sen. and Mra. Charley Hardy Padgett and family ) ing recovered, from phonphate' I' quantities gettiniimportant then| Ltd. and ,the EngmH1'\Dg'I'] 1I I 1

.. p' Dai-den. Mra. Agnes E.Lnwicnce aon-in-law and daughter. :Ofr. for several weeks, spent last 'Johns. last Sunday afternoon. mined at Bonnie Fla. i 1 now. Recently, Australiar Company.: I
and Bernard Slo- and Mrs. Hoist C. BeaU Jr. week with hr bi-other-In-law Mrs. Virgil Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mosley I

corne of Keystone: Heights; of Macon, Oi' nn ftoy V. Turner. Mra. FayWluU'hoiul :Miss: Lillian Tucker .r f Tal- Gentry. Miss Pennell returned in Miami and Hialeah Mrs. Elmer Carter la(t Mon- '|School Board minimum. Station from the ,Sky tel buildIng 1ji. \'

and Sam A. John. lulah Falls, Ga. won! Jajrt to her home In, Boston i I over the weekend. l. I Recreation Board Chairman! and placed them in the

,' l.aUe Kiillor;, Mrs. Gloria Wednesday overnight guest of Moss. Wcdnenday.VlIton i Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen I day.Mr. and Mrs.. Bo..o.v Pad- ; James Bloodworm also told Fire Station. He aid tbere

m1\ ln '"C :Muxville: ; Otli K.nwei Mrs. Clydo Simlair.Mrs. \ Coruier: entered the were in Gainesville Sunday trett and children and WUllam: the Council that the new was an apparent misunderstanding :

,, ami David L. Cubii Isiibello Coolberth of University Medical Center- hi| Visiting Mrs. George Barber. R. Hall all of Jacksonville. Seeks Raise : building on Pratt Street Play over what was to got i czy

} n. L>\..wley.11 Starke is a patient In the Gainesville Monday for sur I Mark: Jackson was the week-!!! |I' and Mr. and .)(r.. Richard I ground U being used more with the building when Starling -

\I nitd :MI-H.: Truscolt Gillv Stnike Nursing Home. I! end /guest of'Mr. end Mrs.! 'H.B. Lang were dinner guests of and more by various groups./! purchased U, 340ody said

< < lilt IICStS. Mrs. Pete \\'. Jeff Powell of Denver, gery.Mrs.. GUY Andrews was a'' Smith and: daughter,iHarrlette. Mva. Irene Padgett last ThurUay. .- (Continued from Page Onel "That's what we want.\ he he had no knowledge of the .

iilioi-nuk) uf I'cubudy.. Mas Colo will arrive today to luncheon guest of the Pr sbjr- j In Wllllston. | of a parcel of land adjacentto said adding that each Thurs- Items that were reported mi.i-:

or three wei'lw. and l Mr. and) upend the weekend with his tenon Women of the Chiarthj I Mr and Mrs. H, B. Hamilton Rev. and Mr*. James Saunders the Starke Elementary day night now is reserved t for' sing from the Skytel, and I about this question:

>Its George H 0111 Jr. and family who are visiting Mrs.Powell's In Oalnrsville last Tunaday. were In Iverness on Friday and children 'of Penney' School. Supt. Casey said it '.' adults who wish to play table which were not among the \"dwelling coasting $8000twenty

uightcr of A'Jiens.: Ga. this! parents, Mr and Major and Mrs. V. J. Spenslor to attend the Citron Farms were guests of Mr. and Is being!! bought for its "nuis I'|I tennis. checkers. chess, or :, material at the Fire Station. Its worth

cckMrs., Mrs W. U. Sewell. for several I Mr.: and Mi-s. J. D. War County Fair Mr. Fred Long last Sunday. flare vahw." It is owned by "Just plain aoc1al e." years$15.000L ago

Arlen ':\fcl'nla.1Jl 1 1mflnea IK .veok.i. ren Mr and MT John Tor- Mr: and Mrs. O. B. )McOau- Mrs. "George Griffin and J. T. Prevatt of Qocoa, fin. i 1 I Steers Bring perhap.s today

< at home with :virus ..1111'V.. H. Thomson of ode, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome let of ''Jacksonville were' 'TuesdaY children and Mr. Polly Grit. The board also duM-usrod but For Widening Does Homeowners innurance -

Mrs. Joe Wilson returner.. ;Montlcollo:\ walt overnight Johns attended the Military visitors or ''Mr- and 'Mr. flu of Long Branch visited took no action on, reviewing' Good Frees. to' full ;Rvalue.icos"t, t

''l iby after ten days vl !MMh guest Wcdnosdiiy of her jnother. Ball at the Pence de Leon ,Charles"Hardy. Mr. Irene Padgett l lo"t Munday. ; the salary srhrdulna of all ,,I Airport Probe I enly a lew-deUara extra
Mr: and Mrs. K. O. Ben- Mm.[ !', F. 'Stump.Mr. Hotal\In St. Augustine Satur- 'Mr*. WrHAHart.: Mrs. 'Edith !, non-instructional school per- [Continued From Page One!!) yet provide coverage: to

'ielt In Orlando. and Mrs., Joseph Zeig- day night. Chrlstenaefi 'and -'Mrs. 'Ellis Mr.. Irene Padgett.. Fancy \:I //tOnne!. (Continued From rage 2) full replacement: value?"

Bctv! Matthews celebrated ler of Gainesville were last Miss Carolyn Rogers of "'omton'attendpd the! leadershf Aturtln. and Hubeit Padgett : Missing PropertyThe Gary Prevatt, was bought by

,ier 18th birthday Saturday Wednesday dinner guests of Jacksonville was" Visiting her ]* meeting at the Church visited Kuhert's son, John David I| proposed Airport investigation Brownlee] Seed &: Feed Co. of Charley E. Johns

1th a slumber party for sev- Mr. urul Mrs. Billy Dumpierand nrandmothci, Mrs. Henry 0'- : of 'Jesus Christ of LatterDay In the Clay Memorial Hospital Go-Ahead Given was touched offi Gainesville for 34 cents a
Mrs.: Khoda Dumpier.Mra. ILara, on Saturday. I Saints in Jacksonville on Sun last pound, Agency
"i' girl friends.! Monday night ,i I by property said to be missing -
:! Paul A. Smith of Phoenix Air. and Mrs. Perc Townleyof I day.Mrs. ; Richard Moley and mm of I I i from the old Skytol James Mott (FTA1' received 131 S. Walnut St.

Ariz has returned to Irvlngton; N. J. were Sun- .,C. D. Williams and Highland were In Claxton, Oa. 'I,Reno PlaygroundContinued !I I building after It had been 33 cents a pound for his 858 PHONE .94O201LATE' :

: Win the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. day visitors of Mr. and +Mrs.' I Mrs; Irene Johns att.md6l1he and Columbia S. C last we..k.I. I! sold by the City to Morris pound Black Anttu purchased -

O. Sewell after visiting In E. O. Put. 'funeral of-Howard Ooodbread end. They reported!! that they I Starling of Graham for 1100./ by Sunnyland Packing Co. '

South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt In Mayo' on- 'Tuesdaefter'noon. saw It snow up to the Florida ( From Page 1)) Starling notlned the Bradford Hilda Harrell 14-HJ also re- '
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Spears of Oilando and Mrs. Luther .rn line. 'I 'I County Sheriffs department ceivol! : 33 cent a pound for; MODECl$5

APile Jr. were Visiting frienda In Lennon of Jacksonvlllfl! were Lloyd .Orlder of St. Simons Mrs. Minnie\ Carter and son Committee, to work out fur- i that some $240 worth of her 803: poundAnaui. Mid to '- ,
and Island spent Sunday 'and ther details of the program. I Suwannee Valley Veterinarian Theta lf,O''
Tavarcs on Sunday weelcejvd guests of Mr. of Long Branch vl.iited Mr. material, including about 360\
Fred Bennett Mrs. Ed Pieratt.Mr. Monday\ with his parent,' Mr. la other action, the council 'I I Ann.
Mrs. spent and Mrs. Louie Carter and feet of various sized pipe,
Thursday to Sunday with her and Mrs. Keith OiUlnu-; .nrf1 Mrs: ,R. H. OrWer. '*ThOriders family last Monday. It wash i I : I seven lavoratorles with nttings No steer at the sale !sold\ tor,, STOCK CAR RACES
: Was told I
and diiughter-ln-law' :Mr. ham of Tallaha&ioo wel"vlalUng I also had as Sundayguests to by Engineer Eau1i I less than 33 cents. Publlx paid
lIon: / good see J. C. up and night medicine cabinets, metallight Saturday Siltht(
and Mrs.: Billy Moore, in Mad- her parents!, Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. "'RobertDouvllln around ugain after his acci i Bent of Reynolds Smith flxturen. three wooden 50 cents! a pound fOl',&lJ FFA'
L
In
weefe- and sons of 'Orange f and Hills of Jacksonville that I chapter et.eet1.
Mrs. Guy Sale, over the wall cabinets, one white com 20 CARS EXPECTED
,
ison.Local Park 'and'Mt. and Mrs.' Rob- dent.Leon food( pi OQ'I'elWl U being made Grand Champion of the
admittances to Doctors end.Mrs. Carter U In Tampa for :, ',, mode, and a tink. hud been j '
KOCH Hospital this week in- B. F. Mleell Jr&l1d art Huron of MUwauke.-WIs.ML'S. several days on business. 'i I on construction of the city's'I removed from the building afI I show was an 888 pound An-, 40 Lap Feature
I $800.000 _
:: ,11 elude Kobcrt 'Clark, Mrs. Lea son, John returned Sunday : .'Charles" Fowler I Jot Mrs. Leila Lang and 111'''. sewage treatment I tar he contracted to buy It.I I; gu owned by.Alan Nicely, a '
plant.
I Winter Park spent the week. High Spring 4-H Club mem-! Prartlro Start! TS
i Green, Mrs. Woodrow Thomas after several weeks in dauvsvlllo (RUdy Lenthropp of Maxvllle He submitted a bill to the
CASH I: I Mrs. Barbara :3Icxxly: and Linda where' John was confined end with Mrs. Herbert Thomas -I were \in St. Petersburg to However, Beaacnt utld pre- I, City of Keystone for 12IO in ber. It was bought: by Publlx
'' Ht'e. Start SO
\ Gall Starling of Starke in the University Jlled.1c.l1', ( while'! Mr\ Thomas and Mr. I meet Mr. Lenthropp' hua.I areas on the Green Aci'ei and 1 lieu of the missing Items. I'' at $1.15 a pound. :
.... : Center. 'I Fowler and grandson spent I UouUwaU: Rapist sewer pto- Holiday Inn in Oainesvlll-
of ItalfOI'd.
and Stephens band.
Eugene It
.
wai subsequently reported JacksonvilleSpeedway!
Mr. and Mrs. Otiio Mammon i I the weekend In the Scrub. I J cU Is delayed/ because ttecesuaiy I paid 61 cent a pound for the
POT i" \ II i ,Mra. Elgin Lang spent the to the Bradford Sheriff's ,
I! :Mrs. Titus Mlson apent Wednosday <: and Mrs. Loiiora Wauddell. of weekend with Mr. and Air*. 'pleted. urvey are not com :. ofllre ,that nome of the material Reserve Champion a 941 '
and Thursday with 1, Tampa are vbltlnir: IDs Hen-1VYVVvvvyvvYYVVYI'yvvyyCLAY L; 'F. White of City Surveyor MeritllLMuttlUan In the pound Angus owned by Larry
No I'll//p| to. Mole, Noth I JacksonvIlle l said blab water mostly pipe wo i I
Ing to "'rU.io]\ Stamps t Mr.\ and Mr.v Paul Hawkins i i'y O'Hara.Mrs. \ l li They returned' Sunday. and I from recent "torrenUal. raLna'he.4 Fire Station at Keystone I Pope of Santa Fe PTA Chap
In ter.
Merrill Stmth 1
.... Lick, No Obligation, JuCumn in Jackuonvllley, \ was HILL were dinner !guest of Mr*, slowed the work, but Heltfus, where It had b -n Judging Team 3rd Annual
and M-.. 8. l K.: Reyes Homestead over the wcfkcnd I |'
A. In Karh Weak 01 Mr. :Ireaa Padgett.Mr projjonod for UK. In Installing i
PlGlDIMd to hav 1 I
Intoroution'Jn
in Two
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles I teams from the local
.- So\'eraIThl1" l) and OiM. and family of Jacksonville Betty Gaylord and a sprinkler system.! Deputies
: a uy i 1 ( JackMNivllle Motvrrjrrl" C1a..plon.hlp
'bY FPA Chapter took part In
Tatum.Air. By Mr, i
Your *71KK;; Cash uero Sunday visitors of Mr. howard PadgettI throe IICJIof Jacksonville nf the Bradford, and Clay ,'I
Tick,,&. I and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and and Mra.\ : I... C Early of I I I Phone 289-ilSJ Vi.jt ted Mr. and Mr. Elmer 1 .Monday. March J9,. County Sheriffs offices in- the State Meat Judging Content !Humlay a/trmwnn
Herrln. 111. are spending! this BcMentoalao suggested and Fitday. morning, tudntna
= l'O&'i family. Carter tpecied! the material at the
.. i Sunday oAernoon. 1
Last" Wcck'n! I week wllJx their son-in-law) .Y9YT9".YT9..YY I the council voted to Mud nine claws' of carcasses! and .UI.\ Sanctioned
Mr. and Mrs.\ Arthur Rigdon Due to IllnoHa lout | John David Pndgett U out Fire Station last week and< Interviewed -
Week
wwere three
UNCLAIMEDCaah and daughter Mr. and ;Mrs, I men to a alKU'toouiaeat identifying 30 cuts of flaunt
I: of Jacksonville spent Monday unable to report: the Clay 'of the hospital\ now, but oncnitchtM. I the University! Florida city official Re- The Starke Chapter team M Riders T..fId| .'
I with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gen-: Jack Ea iPes. 11111 news, no it will be He Is visiting in nlU of their investigation was
added ,
; ion ,
Pot NOW Mrs. Rachel' Bryant Roberts ;., try : 1 to thin week's items. > Jacksonville with hid brother I .have not been made public\ Time Trial 1 1:30:
| '
of Jacksonville waa, tin! guest >of tlie oewuwwrnxel ; Robert Starling!, and Ronald
Johns and I ''rind
:Mrs. Tommy sea 1 nJnter-ln-law Following the Council meetIng
We have Mr arid -
$50.00 I of Mr\ and Mrs.' J. T. QuUlry' the walls up on l trfatment plant. 'The oouwcll. Maayarl. The Bradford Chapter Kaces Start 2:30:
the
of Jacksonville apunt I lest
)frs Joe Padgett and Friday night Cheater
=- for several days! last week. I the new (hutch building and I family. t t. at I Bee ena.* I.u g *tk>ii.B team included: :! Ray Thorn
weekend with, Mr. and 1101."" I :'11' and Mrs. Lell' Moody, Keystone City Super-
: Quality Pro are looking forward to more Floyd |-
** and ciiaiitjlrreNrrlpAloii The Qulgleys accompanied' med tUtdlUes Superinu-nd- a,. Billy Oelgep and Jam JacksonvilleSpeedway
- Service at J. MV. Rltch. Mis.: Roberts home on Wed-I I work being done In, tho next I 1 and son of Mlddleburgvtnit- tntt-Oecar.DavU,' 8ueeta>Bup- visor, said that he and nome
'= HOC-ITU nitt'cia ,, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kubnhad nesday and then attended the I, few' weeks.- At tho present I ed Mr. and Mr, Henry MoiI 'nlA&orudl"ftt, a. R. 'Hicks: ; and other city employee removed AlU-n.

Hare tour NcI II* Fllloi' as gueitts Monday to Lakln Revival at Trinity Bap- time $324,:92 is in our building ley and family. Sunday afterI 'UiS city, employee.who ki I to: the lu>m* found In the Fire John Odom, local FFA
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lee I
noon
: ATKOCH'S tist Church.Miss' fund. If anyone wishes\. to .gersse> I lbs ,plant to the
I
... .. Harris of Salisbury, Md. Thy Sara Owbome. daughter make a donation. please make 1 'Mr*. bells. Lang 1\01. to report ctaool.
.. all visited St. Augustine on It to the |I back to St. Vincent'
Clay Hill
}f'RfF.: FI.IVKRV of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Oft- Baptist \ Approved payment ot $75
'I.
I S Tuesday. borne of the State Farm, was Church, and It will be greatly 1 1\ Hospital for surgery on her p rr;month an. incre...o' $29: REVIVAL-First !

:: .I on the dca.n'3 academic honors appreciated. face We hope he will have to ,Negro PoUoeman, Lottie Baptist-Starke
1 Sunday School attendance'I great success with the opera-r WUUania, forparftlme
: list tot' !the first semesterat I duty
At City Fish You Get Florida Southern College,,I wu 71 lust week, and the nur.'tlon.! in the.Reno ecttoo."iWUUwnahn

having compiled a B-plu.1 e'ry won the banner. Hev. L. 1 i Mr. end Mr. Lloyd wilkin- been rpcelvlnjf $30 from MARCH 22 THRU 28--N

average or better A senior I H. Meadows guest speaker, on'of Pbnamn City are vlnlt1 the City and the County GHTLY 7:30:

majoring in elementary edu-t gave a very InMptilng "10M' I In,: MM WUklmon' parent, | Sheriff Department, but was
t sage. Rev. and Mrs. Metutowiitravel Mr and Mr!*. Hardy Paagrtt cut. off from
Ute
ration.> Miss O.xborne! Is a j' t luttf( router -
mmSEVEN member of Alpha Omicron PI over the country conducting for two week when his budget ran low
Mr and Mr. Hcvvvd" Punl-..
social sorority : revivals. Colon Johns Promoted Edwin!: Conway. a
Mr. and Mrs. J T Qulglry and a friend from Mt. Zion gatt and] lM celebral- their power plant employee, to fore-

attended the annual Oold Baptist Church and. Mr ond|I,12th wedding annvtrmu-y; I miui at a raise of $10 per, ,

,Wedding service at the Penney Mr*. Richard Moiiley and family with a dinner *t rhe! New week to $90.rt! couudl: '

: A WEEK! I Farms Memorial Church from Highland Baptlit. ,'I' South Cafe In Ja"ktv".vlllf', ,! however at the suggestion t of I

last Sunday evening M Rue tll :i Church. attended services lutl I 'Mr and Mr. Stanley:' Wrightof | Ruby John! stopped the!

of Mrs. Virgil! Dibble. During]I Sunday. We Were. also! glad to Jacksonville 'nnoxt'ite the st ud.by pay) Conway has
(Jradc "A"FRYERS have Mr, C. C Britt find adoption of a baby jrlrl LlnnaUrle. been .
the ceremony. 24 couplfs.! I( getting for "mkend" -
LB. C who had been married 60 !I daughter back tth tm. The I Mr*. Wright IsJ1\ [ duty. Hrnccfoith, Mil. Johns Liiur

years/ or longer, renewed their pianist was absent Sunday. j pastor! of the Clay Hill HollI f t says t h* weekend duty will bs 5"L

29Ilrisket marriage vows before a eapncItv -I. night, and Mr*. Britt. assisted i, I I n"..<. Church. rotated among the entire I

0 _... Smoked : audience In the church.' ,j Welcome back anytime, \illi.[ RKCrTE:: VOV. THE WEEK.; : etew, Instead: of dma wing
Mr and Mrs. Robert Tanner torn. Attending tho SundR'j' Floita !Salmon or Tuna Bake I I und-by pay. the man on
PICNICS LB. chool I ..4 hanl-eookcii : 2 table- f'kfnd
::: of Baldwin were Sunday meeting at Hk'kory I I egg duty will draw over-
.. Grove Baptist Church j npoona mayonn4l.(>: 1-4 teaspoon tune U
visitors of Mrs J. H. Fields.I : 1n'l|II pay he Is called out.
- or Mr. and Mrs. William! day night were Mr and '! eneh. salt dry mustartil: I he said.Atreed, I

" Whlchelo of Brtleville. Mich. Floyd Johns and Jiinmie Rudi',1 dash bottled hot peppernne sauce: to pivy half of the

:::.. RIB STEW3 LBS $1.00 were a'upsts; of Mr and Mrs.R. Lang pound cnn! salmon or two,,I travel> expense of City Attorney ,

_to E, Firth _from_ Saturday to'Wednesday A nival 1 wUI be held! at 6't or 7- ounce cn tun* Oeorge Plrrce' to attend aratetmx
-: the Mlddleburg Baptist Church drained: one teanpoon lenvmJtHra in Miami Saturday

Chuck Steak or Mr and '-I!.'.. 'Barney McRte Mirch 22. with the pastor 1.4 cup Gutter or margnrlne ..I,H, called: bY the fodtftal Civil I

,::: .. ROAST LB. 49c and grand' M>J,t rk Ci'.wford. from Green Cove SprhignBaptlfft 1.. cup flour 'i teaI Rlshts Commission to explain s II
spent the weekend with reta- Church conducting I poon Mlt. two cup milk, 3-4 Phases of ths! Civil Rights Act sf4 i't' r' I

i I tlv-ca<<: at Men-lit Island add .*r-lr*.. Bveryone come and! t nip) shredded proofs C'ht'f'tle.1 1 to city and county officials .'- ., 4Ilua

Center CutPORK Orlando.Mr brinefrtend.. 12 pitted ripe olives. one cup I The county Li expected to pay rs'-,*., at)' ,,
I Davis and. irranddaualitprs. crushed! )potato chips. I! the other half of Pieice's' .5 5 ,. ,,.i .-
E. M. PI:RHO.N.\S! expenses ?r *,.ii,, -. t$
:: CHOPS LB. 69Fresli Beth and Dorothy )rr. and )frs, Clarence Mo Make deviled egg of flrnt since he U abo' county ,' I4IL
.
'',Mlxon. apeht% th**weekend InArvher I ley and family end Mr. and i ij five Ingredient Break fl'h In''' prosecuting ettorney. ; .v')*
I i chunks, Hue 10 x 6 x 1', Inch I Set a '
Ground: i with Mr P. B Stone 1 Mrs. Charles MocOey. all\ of,' : meeting- the Utilities I
I II and MJM :..ramie'AnderlOl1.. I Jackvonvtlle \-iMted "11'. and.II baking dish; sprinkle 'with ;I: Committee for next weekto

-%"'" HAMBURGER LB. 39CFresh :I Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cronk- Mr. Henry )Iollle l y and famI ., lemon Juice i r consider estabttahlmr a

I( hue 0to Kansas City; Mo.'I lly l Jut weekend. i :Melt butter; blend In flour i policy on residents who use

Crude: A Large I Wednesday' to attend the Nt-,I niMrt" Mr"Ur and daughter and l salt: stir In milk; cnok natural gas and city water A

tlonal Market\ Manager Con- of Ja
: EGGS 3 DOZEN $1.00 i I 'entlon. i I'HUt .... KarvUjr. afternoon. fbttuf. Pour half. of chcoiel r the city: installed a natural I
.:.. Mr. And Mrs. Heru-y Godwin *as &y tMn. I that ,
:: )Cr. *ml Mr L. K;, Pndgett'' sauce over Huh. Arrange devil any
._ ,, and CWO and Un. resident I who does CLIFTON. W.j BRANNON
r" 'ot Starke sad Mt. of Starke and ed egg! and olive* atop. Cover not use EVANGELIST i
-.- OPEN) 7 DAYS) ;: Earl|/ cUr ti
A WEKK: : Walter Johnson and son cf )'", z..t with remaining iiauce electricity to be
trt tt-t Mr and Mr .
=...- Now Open All Day :Monday Fort Bennlng.% Oa. ..t.oltf'den Mlrtuw Sprinkle with potato chip charged more for city water. '
pMlxrtt !tact
-,- Rhenetta Johnson at rsu, Mr sad Mr. f). J Sunday.Carters I'I Bak at :37S: degree for 23: Residents who have natural l\ln. Brannon Will Accompany Him, and I
4 the weekend. las and city water but not
over mint minutes or till hot. Makes n\e
,Mr': and Porn K T Dimcaaj 1''wtC.-f daughter Mr.' Cart..11.MI< or sit UT\"IIIp$ I city power recently have been Will ,Lead the Women In Visitation and

.. .. and farrUljr of West Pornt. O.. 3.1mw. JJlebllrK't f protesting the higher U.. minImum
.. KlU: Crt.r. last Witnessing.
wweTvWtlng ltr.nd Mr*.'K. water charge. Th
.. ji \ WE STOCK A ( )fHoward ralf .tt viajt-. (MIa ..&M. ,tee O.. (isa.J council ;
COMPUTE has
LINE OF GROCERIES 1 bunc. fiom' recently lowered'
o. n Sunday t 1) ; lid John
In "adlf.tt In Rags Ne KhAk. _-...... All, the water

."1 .' :Allen -Hardenbrook and Smith Wednesday.: Ij i i City Memorial Hospital Greta r V.1k., .Bi'g ... .T.ii'-ruip.. I residents to rates the of regular two such$2 The Public Is Cordially Invited To Attend.



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Phone 964-0651 tVoman t AVinard" WtiC 411. of 8tl..Ite.

cited Slu-' ..v nI01'nl1In a

Home local ho.-jpltal' after an UI.nHSof x 7 .
American I )lts. O. L. Bftislcy! : third vli-e- nevcrnl m nthi. ?b ) .f ; I

pmnider.t.Mrs.! : J K. Hardy Barn in 'CMlne* vlllr On. on 21
Theme Is Used I
fourth vl.e.l' 'ddent. !of MI. W L r 1 r w a,' Oct" t::, tale Mr. Paws". .was a GI J
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Woman's ClubThe I W Hood; recording jwcretaryMrs. n veteran of'otId War II,.

Guy Sale: treasurer having served Jn file\ Army asa i

Starke Woman's Club Xfi-s. H. L. Spur; correspondIng I. i1et. 'ant. In cewnf years he

held its :March meeting on secretary" Mrs. S. L. Peek W F 9a" f "was! employed In tlie' m,re > i ," d, ,z, .v a. l I

Wednesdny! afternoon of last Sr. t 't Ia If t Won department bf' the Plor i ,1 t .a N. 1'a i1 C lMl'1 '

week with Mrs. K. A. Green,. Mrs. Green Introduced. the< Ida 'pMial systk-m" ; Ife.wee a''t a + ..,. ..w .. +>e -.w.dks a

chairman of the America speaker of the afternoon. Rev member of the .Methddtel Janet :Hardy rirliin-. l nl (lie. llrtirt Kund iluni-e, liv..t Muliinluy/ night are
Horn commit'.tie' in charge of'' H. Walton Crady of the First! Church.. '... .
(from' left' ) : lloMile !hue H.trkwlitlo,, Hotly ICi-gtMter, ..ro..U. .\""
the -'rngram. rresbyterlnn Chul'C'h.110 Surrltlng are hia''widow. ,Wins Title Of I
:i'" .. ,1-ff" Unrren, IUnlt' of lleitrts Junct Ilimly tjiiren nf
Mrs.[ J. A. Griffln. presidentpresided poke on "Dynamic Life In )Mbe; Green, Pass; two jonaEuiiene ,
e It 'b I"'Queen Of Hearts.Th" U..n.1'I".n. : (11"\- -'', and Harm Uo.Honrl .
.over the meeting amt the American Home. The 1mportsnce and Randall Pass. al

:Mrs. F. B. Beard gave the of the family group +a of Slarke; and bU parents,

dcvottonal..The! secretary read adapting to the changing time Mr. and M's. TaJmadue DI Stark Golf(, 4 Country I I Ktiiiii drive, with six Ut<'n. president of the Internet
I Club \\ the. scene ] a letter of thanks to the club !!." O. L. Janis Jr. sang '\ Of The Year' Award Presented PIa...sa of Cleveland CM of the of : tiiih( school, ictrl.4 competing" Club. The dance wax sponsored

from. :'11"11. W-K., Haiebrook" "Home Sweet Home" ncconv' I I Funeral service were held day night crowning I for the title. Other contestants by Interact. : for benefit.
the 1M.1 Qu., n of llvarts.
General, Federation. president. panted! by Mrs. U F Dinklni Mr*. I-rlU, Mwudy_ (heft), iitarka"' buoiaewnuiuaa, oar prevented. the HPWN annimlUumnn at 3 t p. m. Monday In Jonw I Janet Hanly, and l also thKing < were" Barbtirn Sun Bnrkti- of the Heart Fund.\

fur the beautiful charm River at the piano. of the Year award at a> banquet meeting lat. Thuroday. night. Presenting the Memorial Chapel with Kev of Itearta, Jeff Warren,. : dale, Mnrlun" Orcrn. Knrin l.ee. JmUe. for the contest were

her for her District Four During the social hour the< award. wree >lbwi" lleUa>> Rosenberg, (center). PreMilent-elort. of the Florida" ...Federation. John It. Brabham oXflcUting who will hold the title for a Betty Ann Register and, Joann Mrs.. Kthel Rcd. bracelet. members and gtteata were Invited I Increment was. In Crosby Lake Scott Tho girl rul.i,.l n'' ("'11 llia1\\'. Mrs. C'hnrles Snwyer.
BPW <:|Iu!".. and Jon.: Margaret F. Brown president of the Nturke! I'lub.I..*. MuuJ.V yalr i
It was announced that II Into the sunroom where Cemetery under direction olIK total or $:.YJ1: >. Each conteotttnthnl Mr.: Mitchell and Mnj. V. J.
retched the award the bask&. 01 her buKlne. chun'h. sad rtvkt aehirvrnenM.High The contentvn. a. moneymaking -
luncheon meeting of the Pres-I I beaoitlfal tea tables were laden ea I .'Witt C. Jones Fun"rall) event of the local I .u spunstir or local clvuorganlMtiuns Spcn,l.r. The girls were

Ident's Council composed of,, with a white linen ('ut.I I, Home. II I that made u Judfted) cm the amount; of

all presidents both past am I I WOrk cloth and centered with \ Active pallbearers wenClvdt I I $10 n,.U..n.Mnt "money they collected, and also,

present! will" \ be held at the a large green and white top School PTA llrs.V.. B. Sewell Schmit t-l\1 11er Pass.! Clarence Pass. R. March Theme : lien Karber., Cmmtv on 1It'II..tp.tr.oDAIUy.. and

Suulhmide Club on March 23. hat holding white > .. The W Reese Robert Orren." w. Me Fiiml .
axa R! Hears Talk On Hostess At Coffee "rt chulrnmn. crowned poise
I/i )((1". and Mrs. Charles MSchmitt [.. 'Is I Set By
There will be a showing: 01 four serving tables acid tidbits the It. Noegel l. and JIm B. Oath' < \the) quern| nmtlnteil' bv tin following the judging, danwns -
!! announce engugeinent '
cancer film at .the Florida that would bit served Legislation I For VisitorsMrs. who ,,
a at and upproAchinjc marrlitge :i !Cub Scouts Card 1 Mitchell. president of the dnl enjoyed" during the

Theatre for women only a tea or coffee. The hoste I Itotitry Clul. ) and Mark M.im- remainder of, the evening.
sponsored by both the junior committee with Mrs. a. J. Me- [ T, U'-Casey spoke on proposed W. B. Sewell entertained of their daughter" l M.1ry; Scouts Enjoy j ji I Tb theme for the' March.
'1 to \ MUlet ,
Louise' Hilly Rrty R
and enk>r Women' Clubs.The Cuff 8r, chairman: presented.. school Ifg1 li tion will I at a delightful coffee meeting of Cub Bcout Pact I

time In! Saturday. March 1 guest with a packet,pf rio-I I a question, .nd.?aiswer p'rio.; on Tuesday morning at her son of Mr. and Mr. Allen JMIII..r i, Werner-Roast ; 1 I, TO will be 'South of the Border .

20 at 10 ajn. Volunteers wen apes of a1J the delax-lciss aerv t following.) at the high! erhoorPTA I home on N. Walnut Streethonoring I of St. :Simons:; Island, Receive Charter Each di'n will present.! a for

solicited to aasi.H la' service I ed at the "Tasting Ten." >tl... meeting Tuoeday ..alghlIn her daughter Mrs.[ lla. .. ,i portion! of the program fol-' the
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r Denvet'.1 The .dlnar11'111 sn
to help with the X-Ray, Mobil, C. J. Hnupt presided at UM the school cafeteria. W. Jeff Powell of ThMy-elghl-! Scout. attended l tcmlnathe( theme. AU Cubs l
Mr. J. D. Warren' preside Citlo.\ and her sister Mi*. event of April 16 at the 1I .
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Unit which will be In Stark coffee urn.Senior ; I a W\'lnt'r roast at the have certain requirement' tu(

March' 28 and 27. i over the meeting and Rev. .HI Paul A. Hmith of Pho.l\lx.1. Schmitt residence.Madison Scout Hut last Thursday I meet In order"bo gain badib'. *.

Mrs. J.V.. Kincald. chairman Citizens I Walton'\, Grady gave. the de,<>- A ria. night I and many have complete

of the nominating; committee lions The PTA |a. furnlshtpn' Arrangements of pink azalea Bill\ Shiner NetghborhtiodCommiaaiouer projects for this\! pm' OR'. Al, FIRST TIMEFREEV! ''I

rompo"ed of Mr*. K. Vote In Favor the school with several con 'in one vase and yellow Street prenonU'd Cur'I, Cub are lu.ad.0. \ bring anesample

U Matthews and )Ira. K G Of MedicareA I, cretexnohes' for the yard '' lay lilies and white valets Minx. representing} the Btafki l of one of these pro-

Duncan presented the foilowing to be made by Ted Ogleeby'i In another were used In tho Baptists Plan Rotary ClUb. sponsors) of tin ', leas. HO o that. other. Cubs uiuparenti

slat of officers for revolution endorsing< the shop It wee voted that the living room [tn the dining troop with\ the Troop Charter I ran see the. work they ;

the coming year' : president ', so-called Medicare Bill' In Cort' IT A woulj sponsor the movie room the coffee table was!Revival Week for IMS. i have done during\ the year I
"55 to Peking" to be,I' centered with an arrangement All .and !
'ra.' C. J. Houpt. lint r1:e glees was pasted at a meetIng OH.VS I Mr. Minx, in tum. presentedthe I Cubs, pui'ent; .
01.t the Florida Theatre nf calendulas. Mrs HlliUb"'"Ml I, 1 frtund, Invited to attendIle 1
president Mrs. A. J. Tomas I of SO members of thee Rev Felder L. 1 Rowan<< extends charter to Scoutmaster ate
the of Hobert Ben.of Jacksonville prenlderl and Assistant meeting to bo held Tus ;
Jr., second vice-president Bradford County Senior! Clli by courtesy an Invitation to Uv I David l Montgomery[ I
Btrkedale, manager, to robe"' at the coffee, service. Others Booutmauiter! Jim dar In the Methodist FHlowthlp 1.
I tens Club on March' 9. public to attend a churchcentered '
unJs for the benches and for assisting in serving ware I unden. Hail.I ;
The resolution stated: "Re. evangelistic campaign
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the atfcondlttanlfiK\ unit for Mm. James O. Sewell of Jacksonville following boys were received r
The
AUTO LAFFtr solved that the Senior Citizen at the Madison\ Sliest
the school. : library Mr. Warren MI.... Margaret no" I Into Troop 10 In ar
of Bradford-Cluy. Counties Brfpttst, Church IIt.rlll1811n! bllee lit ....... ,
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.! T. O. Rltch. I I
Duncan sod I ore. :
do wholeheartedly support appointed the following I II day March :2g. and rontlnulnithrouih impressive Tenderfoot. cere'many ..........". 1..1 0. ......1.. J h
tile National nominating. ; committee: Mrs. I About :M guests called between 11 4 1 : John Brabham. Richard I ...../.'..".. Hpb.. er I'..,
the demand of Api
P. D. Fsnther" ", chairman Mr ,I ,the hours 10:30: to 12 Fowlfr." Donald Jackson I I hiredaru.slr. ..'..r< weelwill
Council of Senior Clll- The evangelist for the : .
I I I. li-rol'r alv.n' "rear>
siena of Washington. D. C'I Kobert Green and Hilt CostrlJi o'clol k. II \ be Rev. Francis W Cruv Jet ry lye Robin Mulllns. I 'lirrn win )M. Intrmltirvil' 'in (In '
> I I Buddy Paterson, Paul Torahs. I I leas MoMton. ef I the 'In'hlo'l > .
that the McNnmaraFngartybUls 'r pastor of Calverr Baptist ,,, ., HAMILTON
i iI llXeUlMlillr II |le"a I nr |>W IXI
8. 811 and HR 3807 be'' Mrs." Warren and Mrs. JohrTorode. t Bridal Shower : Church ScolUboro. Ala. H and RurvJal Zlpl)<'r.r. I .law. .mlivrlmt. > HIM.. linnril. ..''
who attended' the an- Terry Minx was award1/ .:...."" .....uu.. .l..lnaer' of Niel-'
promptly passed into law: I For Mrs. FenderMrs. was. reared In Taylor Courtly I ford.. ,, } BEACH
Hradenton btidiie. and I'nlinly, 'l Mil, to r -
in Class
lIud l PTA convention the Second ,
of New Orleans ) ,
Copies. of the resolutionwere and in a graduate 4". ri iiiuii, rIll t. rue. nun and. | ,
rKeDt1.r.lIav., a rtptort I Pnul ri.b.: win presented ''I. .tI. .. ,.. ..r, ELECTRIC KtUfCf .
.wnl
vent to 8.n. >>,.....1"".. I James Fernier a recent nltptilltolulIl,1 a oil "" Ihltdlne' ,.d'.:!.. .
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.cud unltiirlliK' n .Huanl. You'll .
of tbe meeting and the secretary with the skit Attendance PhI Ivtnailt !5. Ixi an. expert hen
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VMSSoar Holland Ben. George. HmaUtem -i brl.lo. was honored at a brttlal Seminary .'1111..1... "if .ln.tvlll. I
8UT OFF'CI"' I Charl: Bennett reed the priority rerprntuendat l shower last Friday night Ht Conicreiratlonal singing diir for the pout charter year. W.... ... 1.. ttn.lmr Ih. nnrtt' .hrinn < Aral tlm yoU uno ILDlakeisevennecnrnte '

; doraro Rep. Loos'. be lw The following boys received 'l <>f ir4rttMikll l...|...., ....".. ... f ; Mice of.i .
'Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews.. the home of Mrs.' Owen AVM-| Ing the mreUn will ,h, .bw |my..alol. how. thii 'livrlliMHroiriird .. '
1'Nr CR/a'F'a During. the. social hour Mrs Douirlts Foremanminister certificates for attending i a I I" i meat, poultry, cnko.lchei'KO
Rev .f fuitla "
by Ila''k
and Rep. 8. A IInlonA' 'rea Jr on Baylens Highwayllonte reii ii. rlllaa j7
Robert (been and Mre. Ii. OQnlllnjtir of mimic of the JunIor Leaders Training Claw I Oimitv: aonuntl, ) KIII ,rAy unit all you do !lar {
It wu decided: that the .*.e wets Mrs." Alvures.Mrs. .. ... .. ..,..,. +
J.ml1.1'l I 1111. d 1 lo lh lb i ril at l.
The neit time' you ale "0- club would participate with e served coffee as'l', I Alvin Parr Mrs. II. "I'Mf'R. Lakeshore &ptl....l Church 1 In< 'In Oalnenvtlle; !' I tv, rnn.U.l..l' .' ..' a.. and. p1'vli', |. 1" 1 gthr" Cfuiilo it.lulra..toed 5 ycuro.f1

log on at trip, .b.. '*"re tM booth at the Bradford Coua-- doughnuts.Elks I 1 ... Mr*. Vernle Tnomtwn.Mrs. Jacksonville lie Is also i a ,' brooks, Bruce Haddock. Her I ,liiif... nn *.""' 1.. ititt '1'' flif! $24.95/ REGULAR PRIG rCne '
bert Wsinwrl, R.trt" 'h..I. .1 hsrliV. 1'1..k, ", ',
u. Mtfrty enwk your ty. Fair and ,11 aa.,,pl I.&t II. wei* I Fate Brown Mrs.[ J O graduate of the New OrleanThevlotflcal Donald Muni-U, '' of '''..nl''' Comini' ...lun..rn 4 ;;.
ear before yon' ......' We GettogetherThis I Bcmlnary. Kirn") James fforton. .II.rlrr I IwrI
made for a covered. d*.h supper f J,,ckson and Mre. K U Wat- .
may MAC y M at ,lot ., for tM flUrke-PaJatka' r Irrnnn.Mprlng. The general public Is Invitee '' BnUsar" haves Titus Tear .''faI FREE'WHEN !

........1... ,la so.*e .....; part Club to be held at the Wom SaturdayThe i I lovers. ,were used. l to attetM the servkies!! each: Retch Bcotty Smith. Tim ,. or '....*.",. 'Ialelr.d.re

., !at. .at..... nlnw at 10 o'clock and, Thorn pion. and Donald Rain Iw.l Dr ..eerlal. ,
an'. Club 'In Btarke on March reajalar monthly Evttocether to hlghllarht points of InterestIn mOl Commissioner Hhlner"' pr.... '...'.1.".... '''..If_ 'Ihrtarry I II I
23 at .::30 p.m. will' be held at tao the Alvsrvs horn. for the each evening at 7:30 during ScouunsatsTSaunders It! p.hnrI.re.lr... ... ..> nerd
week rented sltsnt f..rl tMNMl f'lortllM.v. YOU PURCHASE A 7965
the
PRESCOTTShell Tare member, Ernest Elk Club this Saturday night occasion. with an arrangement stood ,o.pr'.Inlnw a bluhe ribbon f..Jf1'I .. ..tI.], ,i.' li.'i-fi'v "i...." .hi, I'
BonA%\anh. Rolland Cotmi t with "'re. David Browning, fOt the same lowers "If !you tike OoCMiwIll Industries' for a.nl. .tint there.. .III||i hr! lntr.>li.. ml, 'in ''InI

'''Service and .Mr*. Rlva Scott were elected .1I I Mrs flirt I Carter and Mr*. ', Centering the refreshment and preaching. you I 'In collecting I 14', ....1.! .i'", .,( the "',.ul. 'Istwe'.Ialw. l lr.
the HotU ..
will 'rv t want to miss,, thee.meetings' ii I I. n''' us. .1.1I. | rn2ii'PGAS
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to serve on a commit.; Faster: Carter as hosteaxe All table. clothing and other articles In U..r. uffo Iliiir '!..,. lli.nnl 1 >fI'llblK
ti 1. Tir>ipi.r: .sr.. tee for the 111.". and ,..r.' members are urged. to .U.! ...!' Game* were played during' Rev Rowan said the recent Good 'Turn Batur- ,". luMi ,iii-ll",, ," .i. hl.dHH. ,, ,
I iin.lv |rrlil| "rii-" ,...
i vane|
Melted to report st each meet 'the party hour and prizes
and bring guests.l.ocslnshermen .
I. Mid aI t l Is HH -l.In"n.Ih. .
ing. Members on s tbe sick IIItat / are rvaalndit were. given to the winners dayThe members' of Troop 70 "MMiMicttl'kii' '' '>n"a/4' :
prevent. ar. H. C Unroll The hostesses i>r.ii..nt* [
to obtain tickets and enter their apprerUtlon to RANGEYOU'LL
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expressed' I.I.ro Icc <>' ., t, .l >,m>,lnit| .
aTV Janet Bowden. H. C Barnes. the fishing content .
Peggy Ps>iw. Ruse flaUall. progress. Bo far the &largwlupetklod "' a* a memento of the oci'S'tun On RecruitingSet and drink fur the welner of acl.l" l a .heal. I i. ulitlnai.
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.IIIl| ..r | .r IMMl 4p.lurraaf ., >
and Dorothy Kerrigsn.Klghteen perch Is a two pound., roast ,.f / ..rd| c..univ .K',. d.!
!: Hoi>or Ron Hold 14t et one. caught by Dngxar 'Party Is Given By Guard I I US'livll. ..lns. lh* ,lii.ii.". .' afU' '"> HAVE
1 Cant members Mere |"il". ,>> |Ind| .i,."| ..|"*... us1: ,
planed up Jones of Sampsnn City .,d Frees I Methodist Church ..lilo, tram ihr .p'irl'n, .o for affiliation with the National UM largest bass, caught\' vUot For Kathy Co L> ,lUuU.I., 3Jid HptBn. tSchedule "a.li. fju4. ..uruln<< uniiu'klly. PERFECT MEALS
Rentals Council of Senior Cltl- Chiud I b> hr..lardhorn'C. rinrlrt. ,.
> H"Cllf'd in e
:y I .. the )local: National for that week
Mr and )fn..Ie Free enenamel ..n-l, *llix>.iprf ii. Th' .Iti'xrrl. >fliil
ten. 11 pound S ounce. l unit ,is launclilnii an ajl-otit Sunday -- Church Hchool. I li. |m tMi .,i4..n *4, i par (inK Time
Tt club to pleated to welcome ( at tarke a delightfulnt.g Gulf and.1blrthd.y recrulllnc drive "hll'lwm tU: a m Mranberihip[ : Tramln oel ..r h n/>|*et.l i ant pi ,N Every
at the '101'0"' .n .ftee/lve tale
F W Htrionc; aw Mr Farewell Party Saturday eve- terBiliuUe lust brfme the unit ( Class, 10. m. Morning Thmae. L. ....., I..s I.
anti to
lifelong back to the meetings< psrty I I annual field train- I Quarterly they're 110 easy
leaven for Wovfthlp. 1 Ham i
$1 Per'Day aftuIr.. Itedoog'e long Ill 'For Norman Allen Country Club for their daughter inn at l*<)rt Stewart, Oa thilIlUlnQ.r I Conference' Ncmliutlng Onmmltl prepare with thU Tap.

n.... Kathy. who was celebratIrg ... meets 4pm Hnnik .... or ,.,..".. r. 1 I..... txtn ran".. Hur..r mimeIty -*
ALL YEW rOKTARLKflTP/ I Norman Alien. who has her IMh!\ anniversary with the ; I ..... '......1 o. ......1 1..1.-/ oven, four bijr SizzM :
keen trans/vrred to the U."kr- Th. club house wan d.roratod In counrctl"n Supper for MYr.. II p m. sae a.1.T., Ifc. *l'I..r". N' Simmer burners and l
Hogans Entertain drive the unit will be lost to Youth Mertlnia, 30) 11m .... IH Mow l>...b ..".... "..
1 1Dahmer's wood Wtnn-ti Ie l store In for the s "
I ... ... .. nwinif'out
numtM-r .( senior hUhvhool Evening: Worihip. 7 30 p m. rr. >l>. r atl> t *!>
Baptist DeaconsRev Jacksonville. where he will bemark.t red. and wkte crepe paper a .'_1.... give) you 11)1. rut, IICCoo ,,
who will vtalt tw) Obl I Scout Tr.p: "
ulreamani. ) bon Monday -" :sail.. .. I I. h.ee. ... .,... 'b.. .
11\*"...r. w.* hon.jr. armory on AW 11 25. The program I I gnu meets. 1:10: P .>. tint' .' ... .11' ""M ,"........ .... I. It,. 1119" numlcal cook I Inir.
end Mrs. W.. A Hogtnettertti The :3.) teenagers en>. >ve e<* at a go4ngw. party win M., ...Mo. if the KlirH SAVI30 Jltlliel86LC'a.
the boys r<>n- 4130
deeoas sad for Seoul Troop 907 meets ..... .... .. "AlSUO44TRIMS
) slat of thru going Ui the ratu p m I I.*V. S>. "ii.t.t) the 4llA.*ll'>t>
of the First Bp- the hour /I I
112:! F.. Can PI. "5.1771 Uwlr/ wives DIxIe Us Katiinfay night during party to file .r_ of the unit', Tuedar Hplrltual Ufo .and. iii.rr&Lurt.n, t of 4tj ....".. Save 530 to $60 on all these
ranges
tug CTiarrh at a 4tas>er party The party was. h.'d' .. the .. nnpa. ran rally h." prwdfsrA. I
weapons a tour of the ma4n- Study Coitrne. '.30 a m Cub ...... .
.t C' Klorl'l. uitiliiin4 "r
: Katurday night tae parson home of Mr. sad MreHmllh J"k, Barbecue Dinner tena ice: (la sge.ee<< ::. Wa.; at )Street In' Brnoker lunch ; 'IMI' ,!,.. ,r",vfdlss( t.,, _
Watch The Hegan hanaq wa dec- Oem; and .fr..tnu..i Woman's Club vnir of the armory, ".11. 7'30 pm' 'Ii.. .... s1's1 1 Ct .II" .... In ... $209.95-SAVE $50
with.rnugernent and will end at the Bud 101 d Wednesday: Player Meeting fllut ik.,.. orates for the, ocr.iqfl were en>>yed. by pie group raft and HUawbTTJPentlval Itn .VV.'Iv.' dal.' ? plug Ir. knife
Th public U Invited to at- County 730p m i
.. f'fprlng flow.erf I ,
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"LIVINGWORDS" dnnnlr tae f-vmlng! u1rUie \ M A tl.rhv
The while. keen ...f',..., lKUa t tend a barbecue: rhlijtvn. supper dl/pUy set .up by the Thur. M.rh .W ChanreJ II r''I. .i---- F..turee. handIr grliMIe' on

table la tbe "dlnWj Alien eraylo/ees gave at the Woman's Club to- (hard Choir rehearsal. l 7 39 COIllt- -- .:: top with ....doi nfrliMl : row,. In.

bsf t was a'.o: centered ....V.II l a> going away ",t.I snfhtThrr.dey'" at 7 o' Mekfollowing "One ot the big Xactora to mission on CtlrteU.n Concern I-I I !. Tk. c..... J.<..'. I >.r. ..4 huWuwsy. sift) barnep1'sewme.Iswing.ul I

room Th ft I : the ..upp"II\ consider in lolnlnu the Nations ': *. 7 30 pm ,i "....,... ......... ...,.. ... "! broiler J

"tae\1#."aa/ae'fO" flowere.saaad: at eight Altar Society treating program will b* prenl f>urd Ii the Mursll'\/ Fri M. r-h 24 Tenehllull :,I,I '-''.'.'. *t Y/erld.>W/ ...'.. 1 1nir W ,../ Ma.r., elf ftiipvr-cai..<..... New rliy Uf oven niaM. with MisaU liftr

March 2 1st Held .. .4. bf i Qtutd ontmnlalgnwf It .Ul prorMe, setd Capt Institute. l ht Chui -h. O.lna- I I, Mon. l.era N Mlmoner burtwr. *.
1n4tal tA"b es Meeting
Af *ntertarn rent St I Jmes Roudwortti.! Companyponmands ,rifle lOa m ttt fireMarch. Perk>.r |*.w.e fen ..,.,..c '', ,......". r.'......... 'In ,IM1. 1S. .
te -C, I M IVtvrani s Altar' tV.e1 letymet Anguit ... T1ie Ousrd propram Church library, ::9'' 1 IS p m. ,S., ..t ..,./ ,a.rad.nr .---Z

26th during Last TJw,"' ." ......ng ,m offer opportunities.. In Brownie Trop eCHI"""""**, Yr..r.... .Mr...,. .5f/.d'. I". .' $139.9S SAVE $60
diffTtnt. fl.ld and a wr//t. 1'/1'/ purp. 'el
ILl Births the ParUti. 1UJI at. Garden: Club gun 1 15 p mRabiei ." k. ,she. lea( Will' .eed t + .- plug frm knife
Recent time a new slat of daicer.. ylves a first Ghee eduutfn'This .r-. ....i..itf MI MM il..-...._ ..(.. "te r
6:55 A.M.Sundays To Mrtrt; Monday l fxt. and many more TreatmentSet '<..* a4'.ltl.ee |>fvb..l> !i.b. i. =- New Si".._t... t.-.ln. atyl. .
Br,ifOT f emits He" plt, ,,: tot taw worms year was Of- n.l ,.".... lag New foil wultlirunlrul \ ) 1I11N..1 i
..tnto\ urnuiht to the attention I
.mud. Yl'i .!.. ........ Mrnmen.l.w l., it witN clock' a..t"m'
annoys the II1' The ".arks fae.iet M"I) of tn.nlor". attending March 27 ..'rIn, at. ...i nder m...."..- 1'aur ,'
It was slag 4-cide. to I .. ". lifetime, "zt."N .
'PO' .
aad births. vi.! m.".t Monday' evening the op n hiJI,... In April. lit tr".s 'h. ".'" ". .a. rr .. "t.,11'' Mimmrr, burner.l vlmiahtot.
6:25 A.M.Weekdays Mr. a.ACI )fre. Rudolph: .or a drawing eel astardlg Mrrh2 at T'.td: o'rUxk at XatlonaJ Guard b ..flo In Keystone ee l|b'e u, lfcj' n..I., 'n .p| ,
with The fstloeprize. Th n ...'' I. ..... t.' 'or' .,<4 ..1., .. wen dram thronf" remnvat In
Crew Stars. a 4auahter. May'22 g tH. .home. of Mr Tyler Jonei the community in many. waysMIch tnaoeulatlon 4UIIf. sea >MU .. ..h. ", raven .._,. ensari, rh mmw b-.r. .'
Kim Karta. March 19. t* li. given away ht *I'h Mr Pauline Todd a. drill The annual' K.hl* Itwil .*> ml4. f'"in. m' ad| ,",' ran Insert MoilrlMf :ka&; ..
pru's, 1* rta.... t.j.-| a* the Jtt that Cline. pon* f'l by the /le.. _!fA alp> In P',..,.l. ..>!. .1
Vitk Mr end )t,. RoVrt T>*rU j j-, hue ee"' ....<-> The prnr; m will ,. Check for the lest quarter Health t>-(Mrtmrnt f... .*---| .fl....(.b4M
mrpixl CUr County
Jr Lake BaUrr a daigier) vtslon prize ; tla- be on "DnmT Arranging' far .!S.77J cI Into UK '.."1.)
Rev. Jean H. IS Tar.rl -OuA-.re. aMlajrd brought will be" h"id) : tv maKeyetone '"'_.ss 4 Y.we. "...r In4r'
Pale! MsrW. Jl.a",11 >Rh'vw 1ag. area It provides' technical: at We .a/e. ."rl"nre YI...'Iderlret 3
Ip
..Ju ''hl.hle area of.Sjb autifvl An h tMrnbUr
ChanceTier Mr and Mr. Ren H-silt priU. a tnuuumlor r me eme/tiUre" beard f will trainin. fir Us member: per KeyttooHlshts pr,., ..1.... Mar .. I Is.t < r Homing

Lake Ratter. a ddugb'er.Marrji meet toniftit ,iThnr...Uyk at rats young 'men t. serve! islet f City' Hall turds in March J7 from / ate l I, for pormlHtng u to cn* (c qrxl appraitkyoir
nf ru r
tor Trinity 1'. Hampton PTA iS.. ...,._ nf Mr*. John U.n- m.lt.rt') 06 U at ion with on
EpirfropaJ Church Ztntp" old gar of .f.crrtc rcmg >. i iILVARNES
tog i* T 30Beta tnnlm-im: amount of To Meet: TuesdayThe All warm bl.oded "
in i Metros
from nome; .h..1. 01 r
spy should be Mr and Mm Rvnny T. Prevent lnn Tilt: I
anaxmnce th. birth of a Hampton" EJ-m
POWERFULCHANNEL 't .jester. AprH l t tUaA. eniirca !! PTA win mH Tse.-1*... Th H ta Kigm Phi' eoror. vaiUbe: if needed by ,Mate *.r.1' tats adrantece of this rear I.e ........ Gene Se sad. r GAS SERVICE

12 : .s U fiemainy. Mre. .M1.tch ?"<. at 7.3O pm. at t IIM sty will meet Monday night' federal au'i! rlUei. I "mef ...... ye.e ,......... PTI'''

PrwvaU la the form.r J-t, ? -.rllsolb.talle of Hie recent at Ut. Mope of Mrs C W -f i The f.. for .4th mnoeul'l I (flliv of f iu'."'* Fuel of Florida Corp;
WFGA.TVJ.4CKSOS'II.p' Aikn, *t*,,"I.r .f Mr. sad minMrel tiara will be d\NO. .n .UI b.. at the reducer. BiuNW r..A r... Ulnals.tra. : .).
1'1:414.! on f fVTUthsate! DriveJohn rl.stle .Yeas.._ .It.2e at lie,, Q r,, .q'V''
..... a awl Other mat- .
: Mr In Al; ei. UmportaM Mr, Reddish wtU be eo- rats of M per al41m.a1I I'hone yriM231!

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKRE, FLORIDA THt'RSD.-\Y.IUARCB: 18. 1965




I Thinclads Take Tri-Meet Over Lake City Live OakCoach B.O.Mary r.W.Stall Ann Davis Smith J.Anna. 10 C.[. Edwards B.Broadway ChandlerH. Jr. James Leslie Robert J.H.W.DanleU Crawford Drake

W. E. Terod, Jr. Aiarn Restaurant Mary Ann Arnold
J X. E6wsrdeRymer Ruby Thompnon *: Claude Elaln James K. MIllerCecil

David Hurse's young Tigers had 65 points In second Thtron R. HeweD George C. BradleyVasco H. Harper
., BorerArthur Foriyth
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E.
I C.
-and Inexperience team compiled place and Live Oak had iyr .vv ; [ Starlre Motor Court L. Brock,. Edward B Pearce. M LoffsdonElva :5cottEluab.rh

741 points Friday 1 ill 19 Hi for> third place The meet : ,I Jama franklin: K Ga.Akrldgr. Owen Robert R.Myrick Alvarrz, Jr. Roy Roy Dougia Orlffla Grim Donley:

beating out Lake City and was held In Branford because Mlllurd K. Judd Raymond IA Rowell J. 13 Kincland Walter. DonleyB.
J.
Live Oak.: In a thrie-\\! ay track the Buccaneers have an asphalt Rollin W s Moioon K: MundorffMm. 3. Lu'o Brewtun MotelOlllt Willie Marshall E. I P Harper Floyd Jack; F Cooper.MJler. Sr.:

meet In Bronford track. A. H. JohuHenri Victoria III"Jo'.ahlo" Jo: B Park

Best performances In thTornadoes' Times anj places' for th p ciiY.J; .. auflia. I>.aui. F'low.r. Oelrnar. T J Jonua NViliUmioaItanc Theron UThldden, Jr.
John P Ross'A'atia.e
F. N ThaniaaJi.mes .
Paulin ": UranttiglaM
t Jeff BakerW
af
initial ,
ouUnj Tornadoes
were: H. chitty L. BlattWII1UIVH
'' Colbert H Williams
the season came! from three 100-Yd. Dash-David. Shannon Paul E. Canovu. Jr. Clint 1111IArthur Royce K. Joyner 4IK IIKABILITTThelnia
,_ ,
JuniorsCalvin V.lrn.: ?s. Tony 3, 10.9. steed j niiiuv Lewis Li hoiiipaon Hill .Jr. Laura Alexander Mary Kitties Starting

Lawson. and Roger Chilson. Mile Run Leon Thomas Kjn.vr Thfjinua, Simon. A. KnowlO MltfhrllII .. Italph. F.K.:ariu Will.>llIlltraed ... Uazle. Finn .
Coach Hurse tel med Varne 1 4:56 Norman, K. 'J'hoiiianMlH I Krrnty.lame Mouilaa Hardy
: ; Gary McRae 4. org lA'.il K. Chi Maleaner
W U l. HalU .. Charity TuckerCorlmi
'33.6 time In the 440-yard dash 440-yd Dash Calvin Varn- l-lt'lon M. Malone H.V,ParrlmmhLeonard Moor H. Perry JoneaA. Butler Rt Al

Bradford's; top performance ar es 1, 1S3.6.880Yd.. ciitvur t'. (jfltrt'rAniN Itoy ItudJ/ JoulI.n. V. Chuxon" Myrtle McKlnneyMwlll
..
W. UnreinWllllum Dmp
the day. He also' praised Law Relay BUS 2Shannon. R. \\ urdKuiJoluii Victor H. .LambPerry Hilly VarnenW. l.'icll" 8. yMm. MItchellL.etla
Kit. .
son for running a 2:06.6: haIr: [ Chllson, Agner sink I P. F. UoolmbyMaxi. l JameaV H Maxwell. Horn*, Sr. MundyMr
mile and Chilson's 130-foot 6- Beam] 141.1. Huinonu H. TunillnHOnU Carter Jr. I). II. Crawford *. Mattle P. Oahavan
I /II. holler/ Maud. Molt
Inch toss of the discus. 880-Yd. Run Tony Law- K.lwiirJ: W. AkrldgeGeorge Octhro l*e Bryant. Kinory U Browni.nnnie Mre A. 11. John.
i.e.ltrOward Jr.
Ruth Landry
-- -- -- A. Keddinv.
The Tornodes won two' big son 1, 2:06.6: ; John Bradley 4. A. Uothbuiif" Jr.Pruni'vM Cappa Perry K k iddiia; HulllvanH. !. Jo Lit. MotelVictoria

events the sprint medley and 216.7. Basketball Tournament ChampionsPictured ---I Chart L.Wager I'h" Ipp.' Floyd Stewartherman 11:. TrleatBenjamin ray MoFanhlonBeta Ulll
Ii' OelaerD. '
.the mile relays, to beat out Sprint Medley Relay -BHS Hunnin. A. Mart. aIt K. Carrie Ford
Lake City by nine points. The 1. 2:14: (Shannon Agner Paul above are members Tournament champs the At right: Midget League Ouy Hal, A.U Lee.r..eJ. 8r.W. I D. ThomaaClyde Heraoy Laura Alexander, .

I Smith and Beam]. of the winning teams in two: Chamber of Commerce team. Tournament champs Gem KUwurd William; II.H. JurkHun Adum R. John""" Elmer U. Mowera M. U. Hwxarlniren W.rt.rennIInol.

Mile Relay -BUS 1. 3:56.6: of the basketball league tour- 1st row [(1-ri] Randal Chlsm Jewelry 1st row: Leon Man ,D. C. Taylor

[Vairnes./ Lawson Paul KauT naments just completed by I Wayne Thlgpen, Dwight Ker- ning. Bob Dyal. Danny Luke,, '

man Bradley]1. the Starke Recreation De sey. 2nd row [tl-rl] : Mike Sex- Ebble Knight Mike Huff. 2n:

High Jump Marshall partment.At ton, coach; Mark Oraudon, row: Dean Johns, Ra.nda.llDlppp

Beam & Richard Kirchalne, -left---: Junior League Lonnle Olive, Jim Shuford. er, Charles, Howell Lee W':=;

tie for 3. S feet. 'Not Discouraged'kds JnnNeft TynonOaorirB ,

Broad Jump Kirchalne 1, Thomtm

z- ; 10'6"; George Smith 2; Larry :; Par.ln .*, Jr. 20 Word. or lean. one tlme-_ .85 MemorlaJa. RoioluMon ao per ....

I Thomas 3. and Ray Craven 4. Ollvf Tynon KHt: If not paid In ath'anoe. 1.25 (lards of Thanks, up to CO word- ?_ SAO
Shot Put 1 Lose 6-1 Jam..* W. I'ntray, .I.IrMr w.-d
-David Loper _ Over SO word __ 50 per
.*. Ola.ly. KJ: ward. Keyed or Blind Ad*. IM
43'6"; Chllson 2, 42'4'. 6aeFREE *
Merrill
1JO
Prevatt sd. In ClasalHed per
additional word over' ZO. .05 Display
E Each
,
Discus ChlJson 1. 130'6"Loper : Hilly K. Chambeiariu
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4. 106'. KellYHuhy J
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Those participating from II. A. took Lawaoni 1 FOR 8ALB i
-fitarke in the Golf-A-Round To loueh GHS tirati fori t't.t .ir Court Expert RecappingBy Ready mix concn.'te, concrete HASTINGS MATTRES3 I

at Deland today are Lillian Local Youth TK Carrie na McOn Motel. Glenv block house piers sand, ccmeat & UI'IIOLSTERY WORKS

Bishop Shirley Johns. Gertie rxiuiiln. Hardy (Pee Wee) Crew morur mix. rock, steel 71A Lemon 3t Palatk

McRae. Winnie Glenn and Caught With Opening the season here prompt chance for a come- Kvolyna.: ) 'Wilson* Aleo Full Line 01 .yater- shell "merock. roof Furniture lUnalred,
C. A. Crum llnte-U. BRADFORD
Cell Terwlllegar. Good luck Tuesday Bradford High's 1065 back Saturday at 7:30: p. tn. roes Ulvhtower ,. I Kllla II NEW TIRK3 TRMCK .tead The aa-tfled8Z gravel ENOR.: : CO. Phone 8(4-2521.: Upholstered) &: Refinished

to them. Stolen Car baseballers went down 6-1 before against GHS In Gainesville. VVootenCharle. L. TRACTOR AO SIZES IF YOUR NAME IS! Starfce tfehgPEYTON MATTRESSES REBUILT

My error last week. Carl Lamar a tough hard-hitting: They'll travel to St. Augus- Mable J. Lee liarnu Pennsylvania A Dunlap FOUND AMONG TIlE New Inner prinp

only "lost" the head of A 17-year-old Stark youth Class AA Gainesville nigh tine next Tuesday March 23, ("harltiM. Juhnaon. HARDY BROTHERS I' CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL I FLORIST and Box Spring
for a 3:30: daylight contest. t/loyd A Id rid lie 111 S. THOMPSON ST.
his putter. He still has the was chased down and caught squad. Mable UryuntHami SALVAGE YARD AT THE TELEGRAPH Drop Us A Card or Can

I 'shaft. fleer Ralford by FlIP Sgrt. H.. Senior stalwart Mark Hamilton Curveballlng Junior Emmett \ > Cohen UJI. SOI-NortkIVNfRNCK OFFICE FOR A FREHJ' PHONE 9S4-41SS PALATKA KA' 5-91M
10 hits, nine of Akrldge who had a 6-1 record (ImirR, Cllffn NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-10: !
Congratulations to my husband B. Spears Monday after he gave up Joe ..Morrl* I IJut.llorfu TICKET TO THE PLORIPA MRS. PEGGY "HALLEK:
on his win In the Azalea obtained a 1961 Mercury convertible them singles fanned four, but last year, will start for. the *. "HanUeriiChanty THKATRK.: DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe 209 E. AdklM SI
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':"Festival Tournament In Pa- In Ocala'under-! false walked only one man. Though Reds Saturday. ? Tucker I lt> Al 1I.H. AT RFIirCEI RATES Wire Flower Anywheretfchu i Stark' Agent

latka. He received a nice coif pretenses. beaten five runs the Torna- Starting with Palatka here JenklnaWillie AUTO, "'IIU:. BOAT BE SURE TO SEE: World '
I K.: BliColluinI : I'
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:"carry-all bag. Spears chased Donald Randall does looked good in the opener next Friday: March 26, the I Levy Lennun DOYLE E.': CONNER Book before buying any other I REGISTER NOW FOR

-> Ladles be thinking: toward Griffis 17 SR-16 against a OHS squad which Red team will have a five Joe Harmon LNSUKANCE AGENCY Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne. ADULT EVENING CLASSES
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down\ CiirnelluN Ii.... .. Jr. fit All'.lenit
'the Bradford County Fair and from the Intersection of SR- had played six games prior to game home stand before playIng % Thou, tfchir yojr: local representative slnr -Basic and high school refresher FOR SALE!: 4 Br.. 3 full bath I

.the Ladies Golf Association 225 east of the State Prison to Tuesday.The their final three gameson l.lnl I Hull 1959. P. O. Box 603. Phone courses.: Individualized CB homo panelled den 2 car.

booth. Any time you bake the intersection with SR-121 Tornaloes: had four the road. l 14 Alhi.rla<)1.1. Kelly licnncttl Insurance Problems? 964-3794. tfch instruction. Start at any time carport; Laundry room; chatu

,put the extras in the freezer west of the prison at speeds bits three of them by short- C'orlne butler Kt AlCharle l-MR..q. J L. GENTRY $2 00 per course of 18 weeks link fenced bsck yard: partially -

Also remember brownies and averaging 105 mph.' Orlffls. stop Donald Falcon who start. Kuhy M. AI IonFlnbhy .* K.: Smith Call The Man From ADCLT students applyto air conditioned.' Attractive,

:cookies sell best and of last control of the stolen car :!''ed off his season! with a perfect M.) O. Hill-mil R.. Ilyu.l j Churl Virgil .*M.HryaretI Jordan. 'Keystone' FOR SALE-with no closing Principals orfice RJE price Call 379-0938. Gainesville .

course fudge. and ran into the ditch when : 3-for-3 day at the plate. A. I I. Mann I A. J. Hurry cost. COBT little home. All Him School. White Adult students tfchgC
Bobby V. L. U. I'.w..11 *. John. II. .( ........!..11I I! George E. LaRue
: Red Team hit the ball HoNlftrMr ---- -- Conveniences. Now Is
Carolyn he attempted to turn north I The .. Muml I,.. Clark I C.: I Naworthy your apply to the Adult Ed-
toward Macclenny, only six of them struck out. dearice Itmldlah n ICrnlA: I II I....'rill, Keystone heights chance to own your home. W. ucation Office SE Wing USO R. WHITEHEAD

Leaving the' car the youthran but it wouldn't fall in the U. t'I..P"|> litlmia I. Ility:m.., H. Nollman. tfch. Building rear 1 to 4 p. m FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished
Paul
Consultant For All Your
holes. l"aulknpr :Maritarvt Itay' ('..II.y write to Adult Educa-
daily or
,
: Into the woods but Sgt. J. II. Whltclmail Jam. National Manufacturing house on Klngsley
Spears chased him down. Leading: all the way the I... i 10.: YiirhrnuithHurnlil L..wINlIululph I Insurance Need&Rf'pr."enUnc tion Drawer 100 Starke. Business Lake. Connecting garage pier
\ I II .HrynnJainxa Chemical Co. hu openings for'
Hurricanes tallied three timesIn A. AI"re.,, Jo'. foreign languages, and
Wlllliim
Word had been teetyped) to Huy A. Hiiln.arJ :2 route tales personnel and and boat home. Available Feb.

:: If havequesUons Starke FHP station from the second Inning on four .M Mil'urthy. <>. !I'I. hi.KeraeyC'eviI : Ifiu'h Great American 1w,. Co. 1 territory manager. Guaran- music! roiinw available, tfch 15 to June 1. Phone 984-4201.

you Ocala and Spears recognized hits, an error and a fielder'schoice. Unary Kilwuril; K.10.;Thornton MobJey ThomaH N. lyon The Traveler In.*. Co. teed salary plus commission USED MACHINE': SALE tfcrui

about O/rlffls when he met him on They added their lohn I'. Cu."y A. It. C"nrr..ttItllhy ThimipHon Tel 473-4692 Day Alio have opening> for full or Singer Portable S9. S &. Up Fruit
SR-16. fourth run in the sixth inningon W, II Drown ,. TOMATO PLANTS -
fl. T>. HnildlHllO. K. I Tirly 473-4329 Nltci part time men or women SINGER COMPANY 402 N. Azalea
three straight singles anda :Myrtln trees. Shrubs.Camellia.
your military Orlffls has been returned to It. Alvarca. McKlnnoy Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis Marlon St. Lake City Fla
walk and two more in the Andruw, JarkHiiii, Kavoa:. III etc. All cont.a1nerown..
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Marion County to face Frimior' K..II..v Fiat. Martha. I* MlanllKoman Auto Fir Home flu.laeeeMonthly E. Brown, p. O. Box 1 1. East 752-40M tfchg
North
service seventh on two singles and a John Tymin K't. Eunice Nursery 2 ml.
,. charges of auto theft. He la Koom'volt Dull M. AlramaMallle Payment Plan Lake Weir Fla. tfchg
2125 )
also charged In Bradford walk. I..." lie Hue, FIr, DenipHwy FOR RENT-Spacious 2 bed of Lawtey on 301. 4tp j I

your'focal National Guard County with, wilful and wanton Hipp had three singles In II. II. I.ewl' (urine Jaceph. liuthir N. 1I11r1"Iran, I FOR SALE-34.000 BTU >as room unfurnished duplex. Also FURNISHED APARTMENTS .

four times up for the 'Canes l J. H ClillminMwnrd I Kiln: Ala. Tuuker heater it 120 gallon tank furnished apartments Nicr '
can help you reckless driving on a affidavit l C Mi-Murray FOR SALE Good business Modem one and two bedroom ;
and Gibson had two singles Jo. Stack Lane with 40 gallons of $100, location. Reasonable. W. HNollnian.
H.
signed by Sgt. Spears. MtHrllna- Mary N. J<..nn..tt and residential properties In gas. as wall as Bachelor UnrU.Ronner .
and a double In four trips. A, It, Mrlt.it.Ii also 1960 Dodge Senacacan Starke. Florida.
In ,StarkeVisitCWO NllttlOHMiirlnn I. W. Monl.jr SUrke. Improved and unim Apt., 383 W. Washington ;
Falcon had a perfect 3-for- Helen K.: William. .* be partially financed. tfchr
U I'rewn.. Jr. 11..1". louiinin proved. H. V. Knight P. O. Av. Phone 944-A744. '
Al '
Crosby Probationary TermIs 3 day at the plate with two lenny (flrl1"I., Jr. A. II. Eugene! Pearson, Lawtey tfchr
Randolph Drawer F, City. tfctu i
I. J. Kit L. L. R32'P'ROKFOR !:
Armory Bids!: Extended For singles and a hard double over I., T liiieti, Homer" William phone 783-3313 atchg 318 ;
Call 961-2211 second base.! Wayne McLeod'ssingle H.I M ,Aliiirimthr Mil Ma* Sherman W, L, BUNCE I IWA.vrED
or M. I K.' Itotiort RENT Furnished apartment -
HOUSES FOR SALE-2 and TO BUY 5-10 i
was the only other .ulii lHHtcr Hide
Cecil Blevins 20
Tornado hit. Falcon batted H. O, Oity Olll A.' O.. Mite Jelikln Ciimninlng., FOR SALE-Fill dirt. top sot!, 3 bedroom frame houses.. 150< and small furnished acres near Starke on paved
;
last A. 'I' Alltlr..w.Alb..rl HulIM A.. .!''0 WllllanmW tractor work, now and iMMbulldlrqr down. no qualifying. Cal house all at 331 N Temple roaj. Call 904-8944 after I P-
.442 season! as a sopho- It
An extension of probation l.i-llu Wllll
II. Nullnvnnfiiiona aupplle. W. T. Jack Jacksonville Av!. Priori 040-2981. tech 3'iaWANT '
STARKEBUSINESS more and McLeod .337 as a F. II lliivlnVlrvrl Phil Black collect at m. 2tpd
wu ordered in Circuit Court IT Hupp.elliA '
'* Orlfflit" Munily, son Building Material. and Ma 359-2804 3tch<* :3 I 18
FOR bedroom
here last Thursday for Cecil freshman. N. II. Htiirllnic. RENT-Two a-
"We're not at I anliol. H. NIUTO I I"in (Irirrix* chlnory Supply. Fbone 94-.. furnished TO BUY Lot or
W. Blevins. 20, who pleaded discouraged W. II MewrllHva FOR RENT OR LEASE jartment; nicely
guUty to larceny of automo- all; we'll win more than our H-loycl. (J IrlrrinLwm KllttltMuck W. Ktump' 4001. tfch Building and fixtures' Town- fuel oil and gas heat. See Mrs man acreage near Starke.

share of ball before It's I'linrlva I llnnlyJennl. J. W fUitcald.: 409 N. Walnut Reasonable. P. O. Box 203
bile on April 11, 1963. games Wllkermm J Itlck FOR RENT Furnished 4 sends Grocery Klngsley Lake. '
DIRECTORY this J', It Hul|) Bt Phone 969-1491 tfchf Stark. 2tp 3 18
Coach
While Btlll on probation. over spring It. A, rireenJume See
Jill' ..... H. Hllptrvl > room and bath apartment. 126 Complete stock for sale.
Blevins pleaded guilty on a Chuck Mason said Wednesday .\ .. ('. KllklundKim .A.It.Torod Walnwrlcht.luhn S. Water St. Phone 969-1185 W. R Townsend. :gtchg :3 11 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- '

AUTO REPAIRS charge In Clay County of The Tornadoes will get a (llN: i.tfrewerJthmn ne It. Starling Knimn: for,. tfchj ,I FurnIshed horn on 10 aerealocat.d FOR" BALE Two bedroom 'I

breaking: and entering with J. Nnrmnn 'V. ":. Wllllama ESTABLISHED TERRITORY just outsIde City LtmU residence on Ptnewood Drive.

Intent to commit a jnlnde- Miss Baisden 89 him' "* W Uuakln CLOSE-OUT First grade pencils Now open near your home. Phone 964-4331 4tp 4 1 ,
Earl's Garage on State Road 18. Sl ,OOO
Oamir. Carter
Customers for Avon I
meanor, end wa sentencedto 6c each; 70c dos; 14 waiting
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ALL KINDS OP one year in the Clay Coun- Funeral To Be I.I [I. t T.. Illlllnrcl Henntt, half gratia. Bradford County Service. Write or call Mrs Phone Completely M4-509A.redecorated.: Terms tfchx i Jn ER'" OFFICE !

\, AUTO REPAIR WORK ty Jail. (C.: It Harbourlltnii ; Telaraph. tf OuUa: Sweat P. O. Box 540.
Held Saturday 1) Hhuford I l2Wides. EQUIPMENT !
All Work Guaranteed Upon completion of this Prnll. Motel j FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 Live OakWANTED. FOR RENT- Unfurnished 3 NEW\ AND I'SED J

80.Phone\ 0(19-2901(. Stark. sentence Blevins was charged Miss Addle Baisden 89, of I II.larulil II., Thnmuji K. lllvitlnbothain." Custom MadeFor I bedroom home. Call 9642561. HOUSE talesmen. bedroom house on Ralford Deaka FU... Chairs Adding I

with violation of the terms of Starke. died at her home here ...mil K Smith" Itch Previous experience helpful Road. Space heater hot and Machine.. Typewriter.

AUTO SERVICE.Gilbert; his probation and a hearingwas Wednesday after an extended ,, J..I.Minnie! ArnmtttaitKllmiil.t'ih Mil Jnlin. .on Reid Florida Living but not necessary' Excellent cold water Over 1'i acre of ('akalaC..*.. R. t.Un I

held before Judge George illness. She was born in 1 ArniHlimd\ r.d More BOBBY BIGGS opportunity> for previous shell land. 2 mile out on Ralford ..4 N, Main CalnmUU

S. Brown U Patten last Thursday. Starke: on Jan. 31, 1876. the lIob..rtI.tI. t YOU BODY & RADIATOR home!, insurance and otherspecialty Rd Call IIU-1DM. tfchaFOR 4tp 4 1
lIK-lll Kill I"* F'oryour $ $ $
Standard Oil Srrvlc Station Judge Fatten decided to re daughter of the late George Humurl.. .' L'ru<'kolt SHOP type sales experience RENT One bedroom

store Blevins to' probationary W. and Martha Tumblui. ["'aier K Itamlolph. Et!: Al I highest commissions, I
ATLAS Joyce Ln. No Salaried or Com Auto r lnllnc- Frr trailer. Also space with pa- FOR BALE Petunias Snap
and extended, the Miss Baisden lived in Staike XValkorAline quick approval] low rejection
TIRES RATTKIUKS supervision It M. T. U. missioned Employees; Fist':. itmsteRadiator's hot;. Westmoreland Trailer Dragons. Holly Hocks. Collas !
time of bill probation for two until 1936 when she moved to "'111111101I"on rate. Sell a completed 3 bedroom
Park. Phone 989-3391 9 93151
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Budget Terms ...Road Service Cleaned. Recorea or and other annuals. Big Boy
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yeA rs. Jacksonville! and remained TannerNiney DAD & BRAD LARSEN home, no money( down. tfoh I
$teritng. Repaired Beef Steak Tomato plants
Phone
964-T071 I there until returning to' ii". JrnkliiM. K;et. LIKE TO WORK 411 S. Walnut St. Starke' $9390 per month, full tile Rose bushes Shrubbery Mrs.V. .
.401. N. Temple StarkrHURST'S Staiko In 1957. She was a llhnr Jt>nklnnidniciiifl bath oak noon H "sheet Auto Radiator ShopCar
1 R. Ferruaon. Ballard Rd.
member of the First Christian : J"hneoll Bt Al rock and other out
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YOU Benefit many
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: llnle Willi..m. Bit. Running Hot phone SWU-M71. Starke tfrhg
WILLIAMS Church of Starke. Jessie J. Moore, Jr. I REFRIGERATORGiving standing features. Send name,

Service Station I Sw'vlvlnaare three sisters, r'ruil Smith ex perfect<< service, excellent address and qualifications to: Radiator Leak

Gag OUa Lubrication Miss\ Rosa fla1sde Mrs. Alice ifnjiiinln:Mitt' )'h..1It..nlo.. 'Clark: All Sizes on) Display for apartment( or small P. 0, Box 18448. Jacksonville Cleaned' & Repaired HELP WANTED

PHILLIPS "68" JEWELRYREPAIRS Jones and Mrs. Letle Stllley. II.I J UoivmanI 8-10-12 Wides family. Price 120 00. A. JThoma Florida 3331 ttrhff 3HS 4 1 New & Used Radiators Women and men In good]

Goodyear Tire A BnUorle. I all of Starke; and a niece. II.> T., Honn.tt p ".nn.tt H'l Baths Tel 9645701.BUY FOR RENT :3 I and Auto Repair & Brake hea1t.hMen education I 9U

ROAD SERVICE: !Mrs. Irma Buford. also of Floyd King I and Expandable rooms Service grade or better. Age 21 to '!.

I MACHINE Starke. lain I.I (',.. lUllliirdU \\ ,(tlankln, i NOW bath M4-KM1.furnished cottage Phone tfchg The Right Price At Women education I 10th grade

SHEET METAL WORK ENGRAVING Funeral services will be held R. Starting Strobo's or better. Ag 21 to SS Writeor

I at 11 a. m. Saturday In Jones :M\vurd. Ailkm, Jr. Now and Used FROM SEWING MACHINE Garage contact Personnel I Depart'menu
SCHOOL JEWELRY >,avlil Tylerleach A J. Thomas. Realtor TeL S 301 Edwards
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Thompson Sheet Memorial Chapel with Charles ('raw ford UU WHITE ZIG ZAO. on Sunland Training Cen

DIAMONDS Reese, minister of the First riliiinaii, K frawford 8-Vr. financing availableUse 964-8701 LIKE NEW. Mnnocrsms.sews Loop Rd. ter. P. 0. Box: lliO. Ckl.11oo. .-.
Metal Works Christian NathmilxlVhitUy,, ---- 20 Acres of good land. with .
I I. D. BRACELETS Church officiating. en .buttons, darns and Phone 961-5174:) & 4trht 4'1'
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ilAiiile DavlaMcy I mile from
JAI1 Iota of timber
Types Metal Work CHARMS ETC. Interment will follow in the llrevn Our Rental-Pur m..."'". Fancy stltohe. embroider tfch*.
} ESTIMATES FABRICATIONAND family plot in Crosby Lake 1-:1I..II.'h: 1 Smith Et AI chase Plan-Payments Starke. Paved highway, ready *. No attachment!
Joe MtarllnicThunma for development. A bargain at NO. 194WELLKEPT >
INSTALLATION I Starke. Fla. Cemetery under the directionof iMIfay.tt. Csey Under $50 Per Month I IS.oon 00SO'IEONE needed.. Only UI..' er' I FOR SALE HOME IN NtCZSEC'nON
Heating & Air Cond. Systems. DeWltt C. Jonea teat, .. ,
Funeral I' Morgan Jr. = = = payment of $7.1$. Write
I Residential lot located on
1 -About 4 Acre*-
Ph. 964-0714 Rd. 18E-Rt. I Home. W It. Connirrlinmtb
I : lloilcra. se's Z. Bradford CoqntyTrlevraph. East Can. I4.MO. Cash. Write $33.000.: COlOnIAl styling and
it.I J. '.... .. IiiL'i.lIey THIS AREA TO Itp I. OlasfDrive.
- NOWMobile : I (Strickland] 1T3S Hour feature 9 rooms with 3 baths
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i TIlE RIGHT \ H. Smith ASSUME PAYMENTS ON FOR SALE 100 layIng hens. Orlando. Phone 434779 4 bedrooms. 11 closets.: 20 n.
POINT for the
I. \ll'll ClKliThlllJ 1964 ZIZ ZAG MAKES 2to 3 It
11 ft. kitchen
T. MERSEREAU way one old $1 each. Phone living room. gas
PLUMBING you write. Tome In and K Parramor I BUTTON HOLES. MONOGRAMS year
eelect your favor 11. ESTER- U F llrirriaiMinaril Home SitesAVAILABLE SEWS ON BUTTONS. 7 :?-M44. Lawtey. Itp :133 FOR SALE -Model B AI1UChalmers heat phone. hardwood floors.
I electric 1H
BROOK Orlfflsl fireplace, pump
fountain pen. TELE- l..imHr, Hoott NO CREDIT NEED tractor with h7-
T ELEG FOR RENT Nicely furnish story barn and yard U chain
RAPII. W st. rUrrla ED. $33.00 CASH OR 6 PAYMENTS dralle lift with cultivator
John lilttc' Full Lake Privileges I ed one bedroom apartment.Hot link fenced. Purchase\ price
ON CALL24HOURS Milton H.L Curler. I OF 700. and cold water furnished. planter, fertilizer distributor.ouble here Is set at only $22.000.
Homestead
You will fln.l ll.tf.l ". ,,. ..I.... Lodge ,, Exempt- CALL BUDGET MANAGER Private entrance with private bottom plow and S foot Oood I
n.u, of th... who hay not nil.. }|. Mitchellt.ongr Financing : COLLECT JACKSONVILLE. tanbent disk. C A. Baldree. terms.NO. 1
A DAY ll-ni>wil their Ilomeateatl .$ A. Byrne. I baUi. Space for parking car t79 :
K: Stark.- Itp
44-1331.: .
emptlun fop 19(15.( if your name William I>. Adam. EL-3-1231: OR WRITE ATLAS off street. Ideal: bachelor apartment LOTS OP ROOM for the
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1 I., on till lot and Robert Hvr-neuter' SEWING CENTERS IXC. '
you have Lake Geneva withoutchildren.
DAYCALI.9615291NITECALL fllml your Exemption.' Willie :M"k William I or couple FOR SALE- Pure bred' mate growing family. 3 Lots-8 bedrooms -
plea** 612 LAURA ST. JAX.: FLA,
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Phone M4-4421 after
notify thl offlr at ono. April Collie. Putt grown. Phone 944- Natural gas. one Blk
964-8391 !ht I In the doaiillno$ ami. m,> KemptliiB :-. 2tpd 334CLEANTNOBST <<< p. m Itchg& 11MI. Itfrui to town Center.
will b. A 110'.."| unj... HELP WANTED i Trailer Sales ; Only $4800.
the Kxemptlnn: I I. aliened. JOB NOW OPEN for book- FOR SALE: Large restaurantrefrigerator I Or owner will trade for small.er .

\w II. M lull., Jr. keeprr-tjrpist. Maxvtlle elf.ke. carpet cleaner and 12 foot beverage i rftyf house.STROCT.
CVrll nibann On Route. 100 One Mile SE TWO HOUND DOGS In I
T.I.I MERSEREAU PLUMBING Ralph F M.rrlltJack $ (mmAn Paper Co. Call MAXville -' Hr>."tom> ItrlrhU you ever used. so easy too. cooler Very cheap, If pound; one red mate; one : REALTY

P. T.I<4>FarrlnhJ. ...n..r. 289-2911 collect during Open Sun. & Evenings Get Blue Lustre. Rent electric you move. Can be seen at white and red female. Owner! :2117 N. Temple. Av.

Hubby Jam.. Jon* Et AI day, or Starke 964-8631 cin1ght I I ahampooer $1. Starke Hard Azalea Drive In. 2H miles I i may claim: by paying pound) (1C. 8. 341)Pba.1434,1]

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past academic achievement, Deadline Soon Mr. Cone urges farmers who are only six working days left The ASCS County Office Is [

BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES desire and parent permission.It For Feed-Grain I are interested! In taking part before the March 26 signup located at 136 N. Temple, In r I
is felt that student
a applying In this year's program to call deadline and signing up lathe Starke. Office hours are from
for the course should Sign-up Here at the ASCS" County Office w first step in program participation 8 a, m. to 4:30: p. m. Monday
have an interest In the area since there
soon as possible through Friday.
and at least a "B' average In Friday. March 26. Is the

(IB7 James Temple] science.A last day growers: may file applications
Unused Zoning Act pilot program In biology to take part In the

with several 8th graders durIng 1963 feed grain program,

Should Be Put To WorkTwo Our Junior. Hl&h science the first semester this Clyde Cone. Chairman Agricultural _'
program U In the process of :year proved very successful Stabilization and
being expanded. New courses On the basis of the success of Conservation County Committee -
years ago at the 1963 Legisla- One factor contributing to this destructive are being put Into the curri- the program we have Included said this week.
tive session, a zoning code was! enacted process is separation of the culum at each grade level, biology In the junior high He reminded farmers that 'i'
6. into law foe Bradford County. planning and zoning functions. In which will greatly enrich the aclence program for next year. only those who participate' In

Twenty-four months later, nothing many cases, according to the report program) and provide a wide The physical science: course the' feed groin program will
has been done to implement this important planning authority and zoning author- range' of course selections for wUl Include: work In chemistryand be eligible: for price! support

i piece of legislation. ity are only remotely connected, each each student. physics. None of the on their 1965 corn crop. As _
We realize that the Bradford Coun- operating independently with no coordinating The new program will pro- I courses are to be a substitute last year, the support Is made: M

ty Commission has had a very busy efforts. As a result, ad- vide such Interesting studiesas I. for but any offered high school an course available through loans and j-jit _
are as
two years since the passage of this ministrative officials and boards having units In geology, astronomy for a student to opportunity study- price-support payments.
I the to biology, health, physical Besides qualifying for price
power grant zoning
act. For almost one entire year it was excep- these areas on his own level
i tions and variances consider each science and psychology. The support, the participating
embroiled in a hassle!' over redistricting petition In health and psychology it I
new approach will be developed grower also earns a diversion
the county's noting\ precincts and in isolation, with little or no Is hoped that the student will .
through actual laboratory payment for shifting; part of A y we
concern for provisions of an overall be able to gain a better
Commissioners districts; it has been understanding .
experiences aimed at creating his feed grain base to a conserving
named as defendant in two law suits of himself as an
plan.Accelerated an atmosphere In which the use. Minimum diversion
and to top everything! else off1964was population growth in student will make careful observations Individual and member of a Is 20 per cent of the individual -
an election year. all sections of Florida makes rural and Interpret them democratic society.: \ farm's total feed

The time has came, however when planning and zoning considerably more as he Is developing a true The hinge which swings this grain bum. Maximum diver r tv M
this vital matter of countywide zoning important than in areas of less rapid "spirit of inquiry." bold new program Into effectIs slon Is SO per cent of the baseor
and facilities
should no longer be neglected, and growth. Although our section of the Through this new approachthe money to hire teachers and Money to- 2S acres If this is more

early steps should be taken to createa state cannot compare with the mushrooming laboratory and field activities provide, adequate facilities For diverting more than the

Zoning Commiss Ion and put the 1963 growth of the Cape Kennedyarea will become more important -. The state recommendation for minimum the diversion payment
and experiences other will be figured .
at ahigher
and other South Florida
Legislative act into( practice. points. a science laboratory for Instance -
than teacher demonstrations rate. It the actual:
As In we are enjoying steady growth and !that each student
pointed out a recent issue of will help us develop a says: diversion Is 40 per cent or
"Research Report."" published by the now would be the best time to prepare should have at least 39: square
scientifically awakened citlenry. more the higher rate applies
University of Florida Extension Ser- for more rapid growth in the future. It Is hoped that with feet of floor space In the lab to the whole diversion.
vice rural and Two factors now pending -eitherone the and enough equipment to car The
planniing zoning are proper facilities we will chairman reports that .
: often misunderstood concepts. Many of which would bring on problems be able to offer our Junior ry to a successful conclusion farmer Interest In Bradford
experiments which arise during
'I people fail to realize that zoning is a requiring attention to planning and high students at least two the course of study At- County Is higher than la. t.ye..r ..

tool to be used only! in the more comprehensive zoning-may bring accelerated growth periods each .week during the moment we are. caught Indications are that
I and than think. of which time they may widely, 196A participating farms will
far-reaching field of sooner we These course some what. short-handed to I
explore the scientific fields, run well ahead of that under
\ rural planning. are the proposed Job Corps Training say the least.
,i Rural planning is a term used to Center at Camp Blanding and the possibility which they are studying At Our science department the 1 19M feed grain program.
the present time we are not As of March I1. 53: farms had: ,
describe!' the process: of predicting of a mining operation (believed equipped' with the necessary composed of Mr, liolllfleld.\ 'already signed to divert 1t
what will happen in the future and to be phosphate, or related minerals : materials laboratory equip Mrs. Patray. Miss Kaelaert. approximately: up 1.360 acres I I

determining the best method for guiding : ) in the western part of the coun- : ment or apace to carry on and Mrs. Oou.Jey: have work from feed grain production
future developments along paths ty. After these things become a real- such *" program. ed hard during the year to y i'' i'
acceptable to the community. Deciding ity, the job of planning and zoning The enriched offering will plan a meaningful and broad ; riaslle. Notebook 13.10 at tile 1 x i

how a community can best serve will become much more difficult. provide learning opportunitiesfor program. Tt-LEORAm.:

its future needs with respect to population Research Report gives a final wordof those students who are those Their set forth guldJlnes In the have Florida been I

growth, highways, water and advice: "Many: current land use slow to learn. Basic science' accreditation standards and a

f sanitation industry mining recrea- problems would not exist today if courses built upon concepts sincere desire to meet the CLOSE-OUT
tion, and many other factors Is oftena steps had been taken earlier to prevent presented In the elementary needs of all. of the Junior high I
soul- earching and troublesome task them. Similarly, the problems of program will serve as foundation students through a well
requiring community leaders to rise tomorrow be courses for this group balanced program. PENCILSFIRST
can prevented only by at each level. I Forget 'emThere's
above petty and personal' considera- prudent and far-sighted action now. I Plans to offer an accelerated -
tions. Such a procedure cannot be The rural areas of today are the urban -, sequence' which will be Growers ToldAdvantages GRADE I
started too soon. If Bradford County areas of tomorrow. It behoovestoday's challenging to the students Of One of oldcMt manufacturer just no match! fur a flnmelww electric water heater...for die panics
had had the benefit of adequate planning agricultural leaders to take Who show special Interest and In the and precious ponco-of-mlml it iiruviiKm.' It's automata. It's) fast It's) satis.

and zoning fifteen or twenty the steps necessary to insure that fu- ability In the scientific area 1965 Program HusineiM. It can be tucked away out of sight, IMH.-HUM. thcra's no constant\ heat-wasting?

years ago, hundreds of thousands! of ture development on land they now have been drafted. I flam to keep looking after. And It provide all the hot water :you'll ever need

dollars might have been !saved in one farm is orderly and in accord withan Insofar ss U possible the the Growers IMS feed who grain participate In 6c each fur every Gaud! with no waling\ 80 why watt? Get on*.
area alone in the acquisition of sciences: will be related to program I
acceptable plan. The importance of
will have definite advantages \
Florida and In 70c doz.
rights-of-way for primary and second- agriculture in is undlminUhed. particular to :
our economy over those who elect not to .
this of
area the State. There
ary road requirements.No but a diminution of the political are many places I of referenceIn participate, according to Clyde $4 half gr. I Oft your appliance dsalsn ? ;
one Scan look into the future influence of agricultural interests our area. and through the Cone, chairman. Agricultural or plumbing oonlracftr; t 0 ,

with any degree or-certainty. but much appears in the offing. The longer farmers use of field trips, nature .tu- SUMUaatlon and Conservation : Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
can be done, even now, to insure and agricultural groups wait to diva and Industries Involvingthe County Committee. First,
that future growth and developmentof obtain rural planning and zoning authority UM of scientific processes, he explained the diversion !
the county will take placefrom and to implement this author- will benefit the entire pro payment earned for reducing;

this time on-In ajk orderly and desir- ity, the lens chance they have of obtaining gram.A the farm's INS the acreage of rf 10 III, DA rOWIft A LIGHT COMPANY HUP IUILB PtOAIDA I
corn participating
assures :
able manner. Past'experience! proves the kind of law that is acceptable brief summary of plans grower of.. substantial income i I
beyond doubt that the for each grade level will give
most economicalway to them. from the diverted acre, I
to provide for future public needsis Bradford County has already surmounted more The mranlng seventh to grade the curriculum reader. regardless. of drought, (loud, I

through far-sighted: planning.If the major hurdle of having will cover a basic Introduction Innects, hall or crop disease.
and when the two year old zoning its enabling act approved by the State. to aclence. This will This la also true of the I
law is put into effect by the Commission Legislature. All that remains to be Include a dlacusufam of matter price-support payment wnlch Chevroletuunutmniwnm
it would bra well to remember done Is to implement the act by setting I and energy as well. as nature Is made on the acreage planted
as pointed out in research done by up a zoning andor; planning com study.. The former will explore In IMS to feed grain*-
the Department ot Agricultural Eco- mission Now that the problems of the I such topics: as typ"s of no matter what disposition Is
nomics, that many rural communities last two years have been dealt withat energy: chemical' electrical.mechanical mad of the crop the price-
which, have adopted comprehensive and nuclear. The support payment ls assured..
least most of them-the time is
And third, price support. Is
nature study unit will be related
plans for development see these plans ripe for the Commission to make this to the plant and animal available through loans. and

gradually destroyed through the processes next progressive move Into the field life of this area. and conservation : purchases: on the participating: .
of implemcll 1&tloo. of planning and zoning. practices, will be stress farmer's entire IMS production +

I I ed.The eighth grade will begin I Furthermore of the teed, the grains.Chairman

Sharing The Gift Of Siaht'Did with a study of weather> The added If the farm operator.
fall of UM> year bring the request' U an advance payment

you know there 'is a way in It has been pointed out that there I hurricane amuon here in Flor of one-half of the estimated M v 1
which ida. It follows that this ls the diversion payment will
you may uhare the priceless
is no disfigurement after removal of time to study. the weather and be made at the time of sign-'
gift of sight? And what better time
donated eyes. Donors are advised, I the Influences which cause: Ing up or as soon as possible
may this be donx than during this however not to write their wish Into I changes In our climate and after that time.
month which has been designated' as a will dealing with other property. bring on severe disturbances> Orowers take part 1the

National Eye Bank Month The cornea* must be used! t before> regular The eighth. grade curriculum feed] grain program by diverting .
An eye bank's main purpose !Is to wills can be probated-therefore. will also Include dUcusalon: ofother at least 20 per cent of the t

provide a source (of cornoas for use the necessity of using the special will unIts on geology, astronomy .1 farm's feed grain bate acre-
in the restoration! of sight.. It also forms provided by Lions Club, Neith. I health, and psych ana. Into approved conserving .
carries on extensive research, and be left to individuals ology. use and carrying out
er can eyes specific .
other provisions of the
By adding lhee features to pro.
supplies human vitreous for use in since recipients must wait their
I the 7th and ith grade science gram If more than the minimum $
retinal
detachment surgery.' program' the curriculum will acreage U diverted a
The Florida Council' for the Blind turn.A corneal! graft can help only those be vastly different. The pre- higher rate of payment will\

points out that eyes which are willed who have lout their sight through sent offerings In this area allow I apply, Maximum diversion Isi
for this purpose must be removed as only for one science offered i SO per cent of the farm's feed .,
neal defects caused by disease or cor-I I l level grain blue or 25 acres which-
soon as possible tarter death, at least at each grad ..
within four hours--and used for corneal jury. Whole eyes cannot be .: without regard to the sMllty vere 1s larger
transplants within48 hours. only the cornea or transparent colorless j i of the student. However, we The minimum rat. of payment

Eyes may be willed by contactingany surface: tissue/ of the eye. :'! strongly! feel that through the county's 1s based total on one-fifth price-sup-of'I tpaxt '
i such court offerings the student -
member of the Lions Club of The North Florida Eye Bank has will become keenly- rate A hither rate worltpower"tvalhs"

Starke or Keystone Heights. These helped restore the sight of more than ware of and Interred in Ms I plle to diversion between ap.1

organizations have the necessary 1&5 persons in the three years since.. surroundings and will give : and 40 per cent of the
forms and are cooperating in this it wan established. Like others across him an adequate baa from j 1, It 40 per cent or more of
work for the North Florida Eye Bank, the nation. it is wholly dependent upon I which: to pursue his own special bug is actually diverted the, I

now observing its third anniversary. the support of the public. Many eye Interest during later school higher rate applies. to the enI | right and trouble
The !age of the donor does not matter wills have already been signed In this ,..rL During these eourseif I lire acreage diverted. Farm I over bumps

and the cause of death haa little area but many more are needed to we are. operating within thel i operators may file appUca-. ',
significance' with regard to usefulnessof keep an adequate supply of corneal limit of a short time "Hot- dons to take part In the lees I! Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of
men t and It ls not Intended feed grain program& the
corneal! tissue. Glasses: previous eye transplants.! What greater service can truck ride. It smooths
that a. student should acquire I AACH County Office Signup d rough roads, protects truck, driver
surgery' or eye disease also do not a person render his fellow man than a depth of understanding. In period will end March M

matter. by sharing the priceless gift of sight? any. special area.. Time will,I .. and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickupsIt's
rustic Ke *b k 939 al the
I be provided and depth for further of research expansion I Tr.JGltArJc.I : a proved system with millions of miles of experience ,
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,ARQ4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH tor tnoe who have the ability behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fieetside or
and the .o ESTABLISHED 1879 The design of the 9th grade I ARE TERMITES Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet sII 7
AtwgU enables students to
II program
1 .Mev : K. L. ....TTNCW.. Corroa AMB PwM.iMmFLORIDA'S nave aa opportunity for depth DESTROYING I Is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast

: O study. Three separate courses
)SeC rN4 ) OLOCSrr Wants MCW_AJ> .. PuSOexCS COMUMOCJI will be offered on this level, : I YOUR HOME? Telephone your Chevrolet deafer about any type of truck
Iof Ttlll-- TM. SAM MAVTHCAOCACM biology. physical: science

health and psychology: The FREE t
-u-.m TMVDMAT AND Ewrran A* .COMB CIAOT MATTU AT Turn 00 .U4
biology eoun will hare a''
Parr denies( AT .t*..c fXA. UNOCH ACT Or MABCM s. t.T.. limited enrolment and win. INSPECTION

P* THB .. be open to students only, a i GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc.
TRAPS: .ELA-: aNA TEAK I3-SO . SIX MONTHS MOO through application./ '

OtrrmDI: TRAD.E: AJUOA OHM Taut K.OO . SIX MONTH $116 I The applications will bit re- T&tyJ&J1 ,

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while the narrateMJS: Zee I Three Trustees To Be Elected

By Sltuy\ K. Scharffer Tolles, described tha \garment Council Tics .


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Brown Elaine Lovorn, Margaret ''| The Keystone Heights a' 4s .. e
COLLLGE; SET 1 1Maushall I Andrewsen. Susan Bird ; Chapter 324 AARP I .rflyl5 ed h, Yt u 1't t '
I OR APRIL $-9 IXmaJdaon model-!, Nettle La- 'held a covered dish luncheonand ** >

At the regular moulhly eli a suit of the new coveralls i Martha Sand.a Sue Dyal.Davis, PhyllisBrown i,, business meeting on The election of three trustees Boys Quartet from Pen&arala.

.iiepttng of the Keystone purchased for use of flrem n'l j Kasse. Miriam MUxjledoiff;: i iOI01'la March; 11 In the educational will highlight the annual A flee chicken luncheon' win

I eights[ Volunteer Firemen. It It was decided!! that the next ;', Trlest, Mary LaRue. building of the Community meeting of Clay Electric Co- be served" on the C-o.>

ni announced that a Fire department party would hon Khiva Nel- 'Church. Fifty-four members operative at Keystone Heights grounds at noon.

< Mega course will be held for or past five-chiefs. I Mcrcelyn Jackie Young Beard. Alice Voy- and guests attended< ant: two 1"''P're next Thursday. The main Door prize will be dlatrlbu

.t i members, April 5 through The resignation of Leon son Elizabeth ,; ;:new numbers were Introducedat ) speaker during the afternoon, led during the day.
lee Betty Bentley 50I.
April 0 hence the next -y' proi:8Dw111 be Walter Harrison Around 2.300: members of
: I RJdaught' was accepted, and /Hashoff. Jane Redfeain. and'' this time tre :
monthly meeting will be mov- application of Donald K. Morgan : M.s.. Axel Malmgren. who t director of the National the co-op, friends anjd( visitjtng -

"rt up to MaTCh\ 30. ( :\ was approved for membership Eileen Robinson beautifully i had presented a fine artist's i r rl Rural Electrification Association ) officials are expected to
The
President/ Dick Sunder laud ,' decorated Btdtfe by was Hens Williams drawing( and reading at the l 1 ;,: and manager: of th!' attend tl'is event

presided nt the meeting The following slate of officers : Williams. LlyhtlnR 'j Woman's Club the Tuesday Georgia Electric Membership,\j...
and Edna ; {
nlcli was well attended with i was submitted by the I was In the charge\ of Yoe- ,i before displayed the completed Corporation with t .headquarters -
.only five absent Chief Fox nominating committee for the paintings and explained: r at Mlllen. Oa. MURRHEEInsurance
innouncert that there was man's Electric Service Rudy Dampier |I Voting Interest Is keen !In
of each flower -
coming year: President. Noon- At the beginning of the I the sltmUanco: - '. )Agency
'>nly one fire call In February ey: vice president, Wlldt: secretary ; show Mrs. Tolles Introduced in relation to the characteristics : Ernie Widner the election of three trustee,
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.i brush fire on the 28th. Redfearn: treasurer! Mrs. Leila Mundy of Staike. of people.Airs. with opposition from each dts- I Itrtet. General Insurance

.Charlie MrOl.ive. repoited'i 'j!iI Brum: fire chief. Fox; assistant from whose store all the lovely Frances Egan tenderedher I Jeff Milter I Voting machines wlU: be I i FiRF- C.SL'ALTTN1e,: ;: :

,lInbllllt lice calls, both on 1 chief Iloy Tyre; capI dresses and accessories werefurnished. resignation l as Organizerand I used, and polls Will remain KINK: Ah'TOBONDS.Ke,4 = !
1 tMit-v: 2BA: Tl'81ullentl I: tains. Bennett!! and Mann; I Liaison Chairman between until 7 p. m. forthe
; Mrs John BIrd i open ono Hl ht ; 473-471
,am Vi't.i riuniuin: to HuirkoIP ''': lieutenants. Schaeffer and Woman's Club president, and I city Council and the Newsboys Serve Lake Geneva Santa Fe MelroseThrough I benefit of latecO le-s. t.
transfer to Jones Ambu- I .
Carr! ; fust aid. McOlave; aud Mrs. Tom Oarnar, Junior the City Council and the According to Co-op by-laws. -
..ni-p for liij\ !> In r ike City V She ald her from
j j chief engineer, Ownbey. I Club president were also introduced AARP Chapter. there are two nominees '
\ hospital; ; Terrell to Brad- As there were no further action was!! taken because of the efforts of three energetic newnboys, i each district, and. other nom'I"j, PKEK U. S. CovE1t.4MENi'

lord County HospH l I] nominations from the floor, I Other entertainment con- I some recent actions In the The Telegraph' is now delivered door-to-door Thursday I ina t loos may be made! from t'BOOR OX HKATONO 'M.IDt!

Frank NOIHIPV r rsentfd!! an the secretary was Instructedi slated of The Four Dlmen- Keystone Community and at afternoons, to an ever-jrrowlnsf number of reader the floor Names that will appear J"Jlcarinir Loan Hope' Thr*

xi>ense statement for the i cast one vote for the names I| slons-a combo set including the regular monthly meeting: at Lake Geneva, Santa Fe Lake, and Melrose.! on the ballot are: I II Research"

i-enwre hunt. Joo Wlldt!! re-,', nominated, and they were de- Lance Andrewsen Danny of the Council on March 0. Ernie Winner has the Lake Geneva route; Jeff I District 1 tClay and Duval Write or Call

,DOrted the television !In goal;) j' dared elected President-elect/ Rink and Jimmy Wlldt on. She said these matter were :Miller, the Lake Santa Fe (Indian Beach) section ; Counties) Richard Murrnee. GainesvilleHearing

"ondlt1on. and recommendedIt Nooncy was Invited to assume 1 elect lie guitars, and Van Ellison In conflict with regulationsof and Rudy Dampier covers the town of Melrose. of Keystone Heights, and ,,9.

be operated daily to prevent ;, the con'!11'. the drums the National AARP which Any resident of these areas wishing to have The Bryan Jennings [Incumbent). Aid Co.
accumulation of moisture. After miscellaneous!; busl- ]|1 I Olna MaMa a modern require that members be non- of MWIdlebutg. .20. >. Main CuUa gave I Telegraph delivered' to their home or business on
Both fclrcns
now operatingt nM: the meeting; was ad-1 1 tap dance, and Elaine ltIVom.a. partisan and that the Chapter District 8 [Marion Countyl} -OO05
Thursday afternoon contact the' cheerful
(1 burned and n film from the vocal solo Mrs. Mary La- refrain from political matters who may carrier -C. N Smith and B L. Neal. .

KEYSTONEDriveIn State FlrH College was shown. Rue, [former soloist with Les except those authorized by covers his area. District 9 tMarlon County) 'II .
GUEST,; NIOHT TONIGHT:'\ I the National Legislative Com- i.
John
Brown and Hal Kemp) sang I..nVVYVYVVVVVVVVV'VyI. Angus Hastings and (
The fll"eDl1d In a seiien of I a. medley of songs Four door rnI ttee. / rented their trailer. He : iade this year I Norka. Wslslarr
TheatreFri. tJuest Nldhts": will bo held prUes .were given with Mrs. Mrs Efran's resignation was brought Otis Simmons of I We who live here year- ReIdJltl'atlon1U begin! : at 9 I its tis> tatw

Sat.-Mar. tonight at 7:30: In the Masonic I Helen Wain'en In char G.1: followed by unanimous action INDIAN BEACHLake : Tampa; and Royce Wells of!)[ round can tell summer Is Just 1' ft, m. and there will be entertainment -

19,20 Hall.' Come and bilng the the drawlnip. expressing!! appreciation to the Plant c.ty:. with him. They' around the' corner. Our part- from 10 a. m. until M4

family for an evening of fun. I i The Brand finale was a parade CouncU for sponsoring the came up to fish. with Soy ;!1 time neighbors ere coming a- 1 p. m.. including the Floridae.anmvv.trrv.r..n I II I
THE STORY OF THE r JIMMORTaHWli t Ouest Night Is sponsored/ by of brides in modem Senior Club !In this area whenIt ( Santa. Fe) I j They make quite a quartet--'f round to check on their summer I

/ 1 J the Keystone Heights Lions !gowns and gowns of yester' was being organized |last Mrs. ..JokkIUI..r; :i'r.u.u.aAaauaaaaa.AAAA. Roy and Royce and Orla and homea. They are prepwr- ICiirworld
wlttuMSt I* f? Club, proceeds of which will year The resolution stated I Otis The latter trio hope the Jn* to spend many leisure
year.
>;, be used In 'their' sight-conser Peggy Moore modeled her however, that In coder: buts will get the name mixedor hours with us. Those chacklA

vation and aid to the issuance of the at least the hooks I Roy and : MELROSE ..
program own wedding sown which: was to protect Another cane of "What a i this weekend were Mir ...-....
the blind.FASHION. only >three years old. OinnyPtunnr charter next July any and: mall world we live !\"- We I outdid the rest on Sunday Mrs. W. A. Barber. Mrs\ Wll- ,, -
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:'\ SHOW SUCCESS wale tho gown she all further affiliation with had a cousin of mine, Fred afternoon. He and young Son' [Ham Addle and Mr andI....e. : By Ir" Grant Rolhharamrr|

I The spring fashIon show, o Was' mallpd In 10 years ago the City Council Is concluded Johnson of Waldo.: come visit I, Allan brought !In the "Flan-! 'j Finley aU of Jack'onvllle Mr,.

Joint project of the Keystone and June Rldaught wore the an of this date (IMaich? 'Ill"The ) ui: this week, upon his release! I': y" quints Instead of "Fisher." i and Mrs Nick Simons Mr AaaA1AAAUII...AVVu.

71 I' Helghts'a Woman's Club and gown ,Mrs\ Bill Baker was\ resolution was shined by I from the Navy. In the course)|I They got six bass and five of I I I and Mra. Albert VanN< tU I Dupllrale[ Bridge

the Junior Woman Club wasa married: In 19 years ago Nan- the chapter president Jams of, catching up on 18 months them were very nearly the I were over from Gainesville' !! ( Winners at Melrose Duplicate newsf0C9

I lovely affair last Wednesday cy o'connor' modeled Mrs.! Puokctt, and corresponding& I of conversation, he wanted: to I same *lze--a few ounces shy I|I and The "DuUdi" Thomas Bridne: Club for last| .... f

night In the Melrose Arthur\ Biulnerd's 191 wed- secretary Mr. Egan know If the fish were biting. of nine pounds each I I Those 'i were I making way to move! a week include the following< :

ding dress, and Susan Bird The. membership delegated I told him nut too good-that I five fishermen also caught a'' trailer over soon so that they Mis. C W Beasley and Mr In'

wore Mrs. William. Walz'ebtldal Mrs. Ella to attend the the fish had been doing pretty good string of speckled perch I i I may spend more time at their R J. William, first place; 'Ij ,4<

[-" gown also 1918 vintage. NBTA-AARP Area Conference food in February when on Sunday night after ten o' ,1: Luke place. This Is the time i Mrs. Palcy Boyd and Mra. C.

I Marcia Habc.'rstrolwore In Atlanta March 30 I spouse Jack and son T C. had clock.: I I for much activity In prepar- C Maxson. second place;,, Mrs $

the /gown( that Sara McDon through April 1. brought In several good ones Our featured octarian: tn
+ a \ aId's mother wore at her' 1884 It was voted that there [picture In Telegraph Feb.I I I r March 12th issue 1 Z, O I I months. 1 Longnecker. third place: Mrs I

I wedding and Curol Warren would not be Chapter Oame 26th tome! Pied i said "Yw I1 I 1 I Lynn has been! "under the Mr and Mrs. Bin Bell' are! Laura Branhcac and Mrs. .c..eaaern4 ---II eNlsBlBa

'I modeled an 87 year old gown Day on Mrth due to the\ saw that one in the papers:'j weather" this weekend. Ilei I i i wondering. this week If the Nets: P..ck. fOllrth'pJIU"t'. I i' ... ..........

I 'II which was the property of Annual Meeting of Clay Electric I asked him how In the woe!Id j had to call hi* daughter Mis.,I I "Luck of the Irish' I ill going llame Dnnoiuiiratloii'Clak > _I .., _

I II Mrs Helen Eaan. Cooperative The, next, did he see It and hJ1IIII i I Cobum Rain of Gainesville to i' to hold true for son Billy. On The Hom Demonstration T" .. 1i ... E11' ..-. t'

Whllo Mrs. Lamm played. meeting will \lx a covered' dish A r g e n t a, NI'wfoundland1j I come over! and pick him upon March 17th. Billy reaches that, Club met last week Mrs. .. .

,I. Nancy: .Hcndiy "'M 11f1< wedding on April 8. at 12:30: In the Well !it seem UatIOme/ for- I. Saturday. Peggy reports ,' red letter day -not portloulaily Sf'IU'CY.Irl.. Dick Milliard MoMlarfseM-2 ash.rateildlAV '

; !songs!! popular during the pea1- Community Church educational I me BradToid County restI i', that he Just about had the flu his sixteenth' birthday and Mrs. James 1., Pt ice -,-;. .Rrt11sQ11iN1tp1

Iud when each gown made Its building I I dente"" Mr and Mill Ed Con-i but they are hoping they tine but ''Oliver's License demonstrated and gave talks, Q..111._ I

.rte- I debut.: erly of Oalnellle.\ send this j I!, caught it in time to trust t it'' Day''" So witthis\ happy about curtains rugs cleaning: .O I Yfafr1.l) :aj1
'1 1
J IIKAHMR. : before It could put Mr. Lynn ,, nota floors and carpet Mrs. W..
PT.TO paper" to their son. Eddie who 1 "Happy Birthday" to T
left not ear
by .
5 BENSON the financial H&l1lJ'eelCarnival.gap .j: Is also stationed with the Navy II to bed. He Is feeling much Billy Bell and a "Happy H. Allen and MM. V. Y Craw- I i

.. _i ter Joseph Benson, assistant having a I Newfoundland.. Imaginemy I. better and will return home :1 Saint Patty's" day to all' ley were hostesses t w
r So member Is asked to
principal at Keystone Heights every hiked surprise! These boys were > shortly I;, _I II |1 I School New.
goods
.t- t High School will speak on donate cs many just as surprised to find fUh-\' i Mr and :,[n&. Wayne Klnch-1 I The Junior Class will present -
the they I
as possible for more I en and son Roland are down [, PUfttte, Notebook $.2t at the .
I "What Clay County needs!! for: sell. Ins news'' of !good old Santa a play "Lonely UUK -
Bank from car save time quality education" at the re- have, the mow they can I Fe Lake and kinfolks In from Jacksonville visitUu i iWuyne 'I TKLEGKAPH. Lisa Lou: on April 2 at 31 ) ..

your molar monthly m'pttnf'or, the have about baked QomWOMAN'S goods(. at ground paper and did they enjoy then I. 's mother Mrs. Edna (Continued On Page 81 ',

avoid PTA tonight March 18. In '\ /HO many thousands of miles ; Klnthen. They are hrre for
parking worries too : : ctrn NESTS: !
several days of relaxation
the school cafctorlum at 8 o'- I IMrs.
clock. The third and fourth Mrs. Wllllnm Reynolds 8r.. away i helping on the lake front and'I
I chairman of the May Day Tielllc Cheshire and KEYSTONE
I|.I catching fishing : HEIGHTS-MELROSE$
will be up on some
grade classrooms\ open ,
ire such a convenience (to bunk from your I. Festival, reminds that the son Larry, of Pompano Beach, boating and sun
for to tee their interesting 'i
parents were by the lake on Sunday
.
cur, \\ ith our drKo-in service.! Make deposit science I first registration day will bo i'I I Our talented neighbors. Mrs ,
of !! pro-
or withdrawal: at our outdoor teller's", window I display this Saturday March. 20 from They came by to see the older :, Dick Hllllard and M i's, T L BUSINESS
I jects. 9 till 11am. and from 2 till son Keith. They weie, on their DIRECTORY
quickly, easily. What's more, you've 'LAY KI.El'TRIC: : DAY I war: bockhoni from a tilp to Koroood spent Thursday and L .
4 p. m.. at the site of old city
Friday In Onlnesvllle at
no parking problems- or fees.. BAKE SAtE hall in City Park Jacksonville. They visited Mrs a -
Home Demonstration work"
PTA members are reminded Cheshire's mother, airs: It T
I. to do a lot of baking:, tot the I If you fall to register this Smith who li still confinedto I riop. They learned to make .I.ANTIQUES: :.: ,ALT SKUVK'KTERRELL'S: ( !fxrusEftv:
Saturday you may do 80 any I i ",
baked Roods conceoslou at Char: I hats fl'Olltht' name to the ',
\ the .
STATE BANK : hospital there. Mrs
KEYSTONE .1 Saturday through April 10. at
flntshiiif touches I understand ,- The Martin's Place
Clay Electric Annual Meeting
the same time aixa place Smith has undergone surgery/ iO.C.Carnes Nursery
Via Thursday)\ March 25. Nothing .!?a In, and Mrs. Cheshire reports '> both hata are beautiful Hiway\ 21 between Melrose I |
:Member\ F.D.I.C. Keystone heights, Registration fee for !senior\ I HI 100.
war FlonhonMM
I
spring rations 1 and these two
goes to waste, and there la that she is progressing and Krypton: Gulf Service I I
; maids r girls 10 thru 201 will I Mlle SB: of Stark
lades will teachers
"Your Friendly Hunk In Your Friendly never enough\ to serve be $1 and for Junior maids v.ry satisfactorily serve as I! ANTIQUES1R.MTfRR Xf\\- A (rsn! TIRES:
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'to the Melrose
rest of the
Community. one as anyone who everY-I' r 113 thru 15 years] will be 50 Miand Mrs. Roy Orlfflnan nttu: From $300 l'p All Niles i I Nursery Stock Thou-
Home Demonstration club and. of PUnto.
i Fruit
'' A
worked In tho booth \ l..brt..aUo.n..rt. .
\ '] children have\ company .% .
cents, For children aged! 3 to ,RL'Y <** .i.iOPKN y
SELL; Trees
members at a workshop before TRADK: to choose from. Ntcft
The PTA needs \ 7
you. for the weekend and .part of A.M. 7-30:: P.M
12 the fee will be :25 'True
cents. worth '
fl1'I Easter time-' This should \\'lthMano.l. the 1'.1.10 I Shade T1'f'e&, Rvrrgrron
ub"elt.. Oils BrowningBetty's Height" nl-UT I
I I Most" TMrtielDunt!! will be make for an Interesting: as'I T_t of Tim." I d:: LandwAjv" rianf All mrontalncn

girls but little boys of preschool cousin, came up from I well a.i a beautiful Easter Pa- (''lased. )......La,... I plant any- ,
"" !''a 'e will }be needed for her hometown Plant City and PHONIC 415-2..t HENDERSON'S'I time. (cnnielUa .*.!.**.

Low-budget FRIGIDAIRE brownies, elves, gnomes, or, '' I Let tar do your land.ospmg' '
New!
I
Thrifty! whatever. r AITI.fNTKS: 'I, Center j Tli. ext.\IIA.' Nlgh.d

Frost-Proof '. The May Day. Queen 'w1U b*' Vote For And Elect Stnndnrrl Oil, Prcxluct: -
w Space-saving ,
2-speed rftosen. from the s llor'milids T V Service Center ROOD SERVICE J[HKAI. ESTATBHOMR
The choice will be determined Johnson OntVwnl
FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE TWIN 30 at i from the number of votes re- ... H. Tllir.s.n. : >t>rlt r sales *. Stone.Flehleg O.tr,Jly _Ur.tJ -

RICHARDMURRHEE Authoring MntomU' PlulcoSalfa Tackle -' Iiastlag ; a UK luth.'K.. i>w.
Freezer Washer! budget price! will relwd'be! .by monetary senior' maids. Vote and Service ,....1...._._.....'_T........... _'I....... Perth _'"l

Srrvl. .. I Un \a MifTV + FVEUtntenwctlon O.L. .gFr.osr.::< E heat air coruJHionlnj.:
,- I Il Mothers of small children\ Tru-tet ,* R.\i>i<> STEREO i fry 31-10O large r.nrr" Ut.a ....rplayer.saad
are urged to come and register rol.oR: T1'Work Keystone Height 473-407 4 tvwwI .

l ,for tht'm.'COItumM 'v CLi.r Electric: Co-Op Inc. f Guarantor-. -TV Rentals ..I; HMvh. .
/ will be discussed K..,.._. ". &"'" ns-.t-.11
at time of registration.WOMAN'S District :No. 1 ''HKAITY: SHOP !I
P _:S.E.McKay Realtor
:'\ CLVB I.fNC'HEON A : ,

burs. A. .Iluth", first vice At The Annual Meeting I Air Conditioners SUPERIOR 'j I KETSTQXK uJI:1CIrrs1"tk41.

president of Florida. Federation 10'' r Above Cost is-til.

of Woman's Clubs. will Keystone Heights March 25, 1965 Installation< extra I IWUhm Bu-Tee Salon

__ r "give an Wustrated lecture, eel..r*<| T."' '
1 Rpectsltstng InFORM RKST.\rKANT3:
i < j I'
1 Onnges to Jordan" at the Refrig.raters- ItUrmntPrlrr
ALL OF BKAITT: 1
Woman's Club meeting at With Hrnlrr I
Murrhee Stands For 1
C1 I.TI RF: Beidler's Holiday
7:39: p. m.. March 23. in the WHEELER'SDiscount ''
Ite1.1rraruTTOtalMH Tinting -- OyootnC'"Inch!".
"a -4 ...... weea.s oo eteMpftr, ........ I I Community Church educational 1. Lowest t pto'dhlt' Hates consistent! with (iCxH m g Naturally. CUrly ilalr Inn Restaurant
4 MMn r ..it. t.IA a grass building, Special truest business, Store !1(... tun. T. 4 p.... a Mn, I',Fkr.: Fool M...tnt..TPrfi j'j
sound practice. .
N.frost nut will bo Boy Scouts< and Girl I RPIw..1; ,. ..
Frost-Proof Crntfa' car /for deNca s, Own abov 8nd below > Jt Kex.tnne ATt r A Br: A|>pointm.nt Only oP.:V 7 tATs WEEKLT
system ends defrostingsh & W.-s. '&" OIW, 'Hostesses, wiU be Mrs. l-.ll.I .VS4011TO 'UI.nO"J: Cltru IlrFl IH--.... _
.
i In compact>M_,WtMCiMcftoneatathfeuct" :'Anna James and Mrs. J. O'I Ir 2. Annual return of Capital Credits to Ave R* r" Coo4>p ....
: At fart
Krr ofi J"'I..ht.( Italia
41-lb-slz.atdkea .Pztentetf DeepActkw, members. .\ ItKI'Allt: 4TS453OFurniture geed.
JUmblo.BIUTK
.* r cm
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oup 11Nketettteeak'"- aptetor. A.ie.natroSe.k I 1'Bl.rk
Famsot' t.f.t(M4 TM for' cycle tool! &: Appliance.| KP.YMTO.IOIGJfT.
TO SHARE HONORS :
nibble pie 1 'CollI:""" Oe Mf i; I' and Procedure' with nil members in* Goetzman Bros.Garage ,
zero[ cold, SudVW jr Saver McxUrt :Mhc Carol Stepheiwm.; ='-"F.A'D: USED '
in mind.YOl'K -
auIDmIUc (erest -
4 fulMddth thilvet-1 i... WCOAH-6S. M Mtra cost owMl 0. Iontttlh. d-wlRhtrr of Mr and Mrs. LeaiStephenson. Purnitbr* A, ApoTUn! <-''' .I':4 F;I 'CAR*

full-wrdUI docrlttefW? Jet.Silnpfe mechMi_ He.*. ncesMd tntfte:* and BruegMoon.' A J.I. KIND OP I IREI'IR BOUGHT A: SOLD
flowing. top.YEOMAN'S \ son oftr and Mrs. Walt. VOTE AXI SUITORT WILL WORKPORTABLK Hanks Used Cars

Thomas, will be valedictorian KEYSTONEHouse ,
DEEPLY) APPUECIATHD. ,tO1YlR ROOY PAiNTC C
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: and aliitatorlan of the 194&Rraduatlnir and
3 T
\VF..l'r.o1 of Shop
SALES & SERVICE elaM of Keystone .\l- Lawn Mowe -O..tM.arol''r.t Bargains Rwy :: 'SeU'-wt
heights&. 5cho l. ( Trade
I Hlih << Voting From 9 a.m. to 7:00:
p.m. oreifwv 3 Bhxlu North of Light :
MELUOSE\ QUALITY This will be the third ,fad- : HJway loo. a mo. So.th
AND PRICK": -21
PHONE $175-2371: t K.yeoe. Heights l : !lit... lead tl of tttirk.i'hne.
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r.r..yn..mYYVI The bodice was lace over daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lake City with Mr and Mrs. March 2 in the Bradford spent a number of winters in a camping trip. Those going ducted on Wednesday. March landMiss Gloria Padgett.

satin. J Parrish Miss Kilgore Is em- Bill Robinson, and. daughter.Mr. County Hospital. Mrs. Miller Keystone. Mrs. Hall flew from were: Eddie Rothhammer. 31. at the library by Mrs. Judy Miss Darlene Huff Mrs. Lois

MAXVILLEBy Fallowing the wedding a reception ployed In Jacksonville and and Mrs. E. D. Hlg in- Is the former Joanne Rid- her home to the Hassinger Lloyd Baldwin, Richard Pillars, children's librarian, Clark, and Miss Lee Darby.

was held In the Home Miss Parrish Is a student at botham and sons of Hllliard aught, daughter of Mr. and home, and the two ladles Beard. Woody Bryan. Billy! for the Santa Fe Library Region Mrs. Hazel Cressler.. library

Mrs. Nancy Mosley served the Jacksonville University and Mrs Lyle Schmell and Mrs. Harold Ridaught of came by car from North Carolina Schoeneman. John Chamblee board member, will be a resource -
Mrs A. C. Slade wedding cake. Punch was Following the Saturday daughters of Jacksonvillespent Keystone Heights. ,. Mrs. Hall's many Ricky Gorman John Weeks, The following persons hare persons for the group.>>

Phone 289-4191 served by Mrs.\. Harris: mother night game, a banquet: was Sunday with Mr and GOLFING NEWS friends have been entertaining Jerry Weeks, Paul Morris, and volunteered for this project: I Others wishing to join may

A1111 A1AAAUAAAAAAALa1IARRISHICDON of the bride and Mrs.' Hig- held at the Green Derby Rest- Mrs. Buford Hijglnbotham. Members of the Keystona I both ladles. They plan to Toby Buel. Mrs. Dolph Reddish. Mrs. Pat t call the library. 964-6221.
don, the !groom'a mother. aurant Each player on the Mr and Mrs. Glenn Shu- Heights Woman's Golf Aasn drive on to Ft. Lauderdale: Pel'lOoalsMIss Stengel, Miss Kay sun 3r-1
$ Among the twenty guests Delta team was presented a ford and children and Mr and were guests of the Jackson- and West Palm Beach, before Ella Jane Wesley of

Miss Jeanette Christine attending from out of town, trophy. Between games Sun- Mrs Bobby Norman of Law- ville NAS Golf Ladles on I returning north. Gainesville and Hugh Chll- .

Harris daughter of Mr. and were Mrs. Margaret Spencer day afternoon In the Swisher tey were Saturday night sup- Thursday, March 4. A delightful I ders of St. Augustine spent I

Mrs. Winifred Harris, and of Orange Park: and Mrs Gym, Miss Parrish was awarded per guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;. ,day of golf was enjoyed, Sunday with Miss Wesley's AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
Clarence Floyd Hlgdon. Jr., Becky Williams of Jackson- I an additional. trophy. Buddy Bradshaw and son. ending with a delicious lunch- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 964-2600
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. FKKSON/U.S! Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bennettof MclroscContinued and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.Mr .

Hlgdon were united In marriage ville.The bride attended schoolat II Mrs. Buddy Browning entertained Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. eon.Also playing were the clubs and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Friday, March 12, at and at her home last Glen Shufford, Mr. and Mrs. from Fernandina and Green ley are the parents of a
7:30: p. m. at the home of the Orange Maxvllle Park Elementary Huh School. Thursday night with a mLs- Bobby Norman of Lawtey, and. Cove Springs. Twenty ladles [ From Page 8)] daughter. Cynthia Danese DeWitt C. .Jones Registered Funeral Director

bride's parents. Rev. Reginald In ctllaneous shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- attended from Keystone. [Cindy]. born In Alachua Starke FIa.I .
The groom Is employed I o'clock in the auditorium at
Taylor officiated.The Jacksonville.The Miss Jeanette Harris, bride- shaw all enjoyed a trail ride Local winners were: low Melrose School. Mr. Rodgers General Hospital) on Thursday RENTAl. SERVICES
living room of the elect of last Friday night. Mrs. low March 11. The maternal
Sunday. gross, Arthur Ketch;
weds making and
newly are the
Ag boys are helping I Hospital Bed's' Wheel Chairs Crutches
home was decorated with yellow their home In Maxvllle. Mr. and Mrs, Claude Green Ilhorida Parrish, daughter net I tied J Mrs. E. F. Aiken with the set. The price will grandparents are Mr and

carnations. Two bouquetsof LOCAL GIRLS! I were Sunday dinner gusets of I of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish, and Mrs. E. P. Menzen; long- be $1 for adults and 50 cents Mrs. Waldo Wooten of I
assorted flowers completedthe AWARDED TROPHIES Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and I was confined to her home est putt on 18th green, Mrs. for students. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.B. .

arrangement. The Florida Women's AA4 family. over the weekend with the flu. Marshal Gallop: high gross, The Guidance Departmentat E. Kelley Sr. are the paternal I DIRECT FROM THE C.B.S. TV
Mrs. James Godwin, aunt Mr. and Mrs. Holland Miss Susan Lucas enter- Mrs. W. L. Smith.COMMUNITY grandparents. -
basketball Championship was Melrose High! Is busy with I
of the bride, was maid of honor. I Brown and sons of Orlando tained a number of her CHURCH Mrs. Lester Price is home
Serving as best man was won Saturday night in the spent the weekend here visiting friends Friday night with a The Men's Club will hold Its Spring Testing Program after a brief stay in the AlaI I i SPORTS SPECTACULAR"
Swisher Oym by Delta Drugs, The Lorge-Thorndike: Tests of "SUNDAY
Bud Hlgdon, brother of the friends and relatives. party at the home of her parents its evening meeting tno dinner chug. General Hospital.Mrs. I
the team on which two local mental ability were given to
Broom. Avory Slude visited In I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas ] on March 22 at 7:30: o'- Cecil R. Hook spent
girls play. The girls arc Misses glades 5, 8, and II, March 15- I
The bride chose for her Hampton Sunday afternoon The youngsters enjoyed clock. Refreshments be several days with her son-in-
Mary Kilgore, daughter of 19. The Iowa Test of Basic W1TM..I
wedding a light blue satin I p Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kil- with his parents Mr. and I games and refreshments of served by Mrs. Vance's circle Skills were administered to law and daughter Mr, and ,
dress with round neckline. Mrs. W. M. Slade. hot dogs and soft drinks were The Nlghtengales after the Mrs. James J. Hearne. and I I ,
gore, and Patty Parrish. wades 4. 5. 6.. 7.. and 8 March '
Nancy Slade, daughter of served. meeting. A movie "Fabulous daughters In Tampa.
12-16. Two seniors, Martha
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade, Sammy Midyette is under Florida," will be presented Miss Ann Bowen who is

GLASS That's Our Business"If I celebrated her ninth birthday the care/ of a Jacksonville during the program. Scott entered and Carson the Annual Johntry United have attending the Orlando School ''I COM1NGiFj

It's Glass We Have H" last Sunday afternoon at the doctor and is expected to enter The executive board of the Nations Contest Four juniors of Nursing, spent the week- I
home of her parents. Miss St. Vincent's Hospital this Church Women will meet at ned with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
were given the National Merit
CALL WRITE or VISIT I Cheryl, Wilkinson and Susan week for further test. 9:30: a. m. on March 29 In the Scholarship Qualifying Test Allen and family SQO"o"

FOR ANY (CLASS: NEEDSHEA'S Lucas were on hand to help Mrs. Willie Godwin Is a pa- educational building. on March 9: Jean Lively Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka

1 with the celebration. Birth tient In the Bradford County PERSONALSPresident Sara Baldwin, Jim Simmonsand spent Friday with her parents,
GLASS CO. day cake and drinks were enJoyed Hospital In Starke. James Puckett Ken Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason.

.>,. In the afternoon. Mrs Claude: Green was ad- and Mrs, Puckett, Mrs\ Emily Mrs Clarence Holden guidance Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cooperof I e
(NOT INC.) I Arthur Wilkinson Is a pa- mitted to St. Vincent's hos- Ison Mrs. Nettle Smith, Mrs. counselor at Melrose Westfield N. J. are visiting THE

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." tient in the Veterans Hospital pital in Jacksonville on Mon- Clarence Davis and Mrs. F. P. High, attended the Annual relatives and friends In Mel- .EDDIEFEIGNEI
In Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. day of this week Egan attended the luncheonand District Administrators and 'rose. They arrived here Wed- .
We Design Modern Store Fronts
Holland Brown of Orlandovisited Misses Peggy Lucas, Vir- meeting of the new AARPChapter Counselors Forum at St. nesday. I KING
11 116 l| jj,, lot- Just Mail Us A Pattern For I Mr. Wilkinson! in the ginia North, and Sharon Orlffls in, Gainesville on Johns River Junior Collegelast Mrs. Irma Wilkes and children -
JJk' Table Tops hospital Saturday right. were In Underwood's March 13. Friday. and Mrs. ROBS Bass and

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353 ; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilkinson Jeweler in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. William Walz Mr. and Mrs. William Ward son of New Smyrna Beach AND-His I
I and daughter of Jacksonville Monday afternoon of this entertained Mrs. Howard Van- spent the weekend with their COURT"4Man
are doing their Intern teacn-
visited Sunday with week to prepare the table for VoorhIs of Borodino. N. Y., parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
ing in Melrose High School.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. t Honey the table setting display The and her sister, Mrs. Fanny Blade.! I
Ward's: directing teacheris
Wilkinson.Mrs. tables will be on display'Monday Robinson of Sherrlll N. Y. for Mrs Tom Spurlock is recuperating -
Mrs. Wilson, in Mathematics -
rh Claude Green received through Saturday for an overnight visit recently at her home after "Show" Team
and Mrs. Ward's directing -
: Cut Those emergency treatment Sunday visitors to see and vote for. Mrs. VanVoorhis is a former teacher is Mrs. Holden, a brief iljness with the flu.
.. night at St. Vincent's Hospital their choice. neighbor and friends:! of Mr. Mrs. Jess Stenger and
in English
in Jacksonville. Mrs. Lucas and Mrs.I. and Mrs. Walz when they I .
Joseph ; I daughter of Cannonsburgn., ,
The Junior Beta Club la
SEEN IN TIME
ALSO MAGAZINEANDONTHESTEVEALLENTVSHOW
Repair Bills I on the sick list last week Avory Slade visited Mrs. lived in New Jersey sponsoring its third annual I Pa. 'visited Mr. and Mrs.

were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I Claude Green in St. Vincent's A family reunion was held I Teacher Appreciation Week,'' Grant Rothhammer Sunday.
; I withNatural I Wellhausen and son, Gary, Hospital Tuesday. While in at the home of Mr. and Mrs. March 15-19. Each member)I i

1 Roger Waters Grandma Well Jacksonville Mrs. Lucas and R. A. Gaunt as their son, R. I Is taking a turn as host or Story-Telling ,
and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson A., Jr.. his wile and their .
I hausen. Mrs. Blade stopped in Underwood's and
coffee
GasFor hostess In serving I
FormedAt
three children spent the week- Group Versus
: to see the display in cookies to the faculty each
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas the table setting contest. end with them. Sam Osman, morning before school. A surprise LibraryThe

and family, Mr. and: Mrs. father of Mrs. Gaunt Jr., was
-I I gift for each teacher will Garden Restaurant softball team
"care free" "trouble free" heating, cookingand Henry Oriffls, Mr. and Mrs. also with them. be presented on Wednesday. Public Library announces -
Bootsle Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. Agnes Lawrence ,a Club the formation of a Storytelling
KEYSTONEHILITES Mrs.\ Holden is Beta
water heating there's nothing like NaturalGas Mrs. Raymond Harris attended pioneer !in this community, is sponsor Group with Mrs CarlD. BHS StadiumSun. 11

and it's economical too. It's instant, it's the County music Festivalin a patient in Bradford County Boy Scout Troop 109 Minx as chairman and ., Apr.

I safe it's clean and your supply is always.the .. Jacksonville Saturday Hospital. With her niece, Mrs. Scoutmaster Glynn Roth- Mrs. Gus Kopelousos. co-
Ethel Weyman, she was one 2 P.M.
night hammer and Bill Erlchaon./ his chairman. The main purposeof
GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cover- (Continued From Page 6)uatlng ) of the guests of honor at the assistant! ccompanied Melrose this group Is to hold a Advance TIk.tAdult $1.25. Students 75c
AARP Chapter luncheon last story-telling hour at the library -
dale returned home Thursday
class of KHS.BIHT1I Boy Scout Troop 109 to At Gate-Adults $1.33 l : Students $1,00
STARKE NATURAL GAS after a two weeks !vacation week. She was saluted as the Lake George, near Florahomelast one days week.'A !! .
I ANNOUNCEMENTMr. : ; oldest member having observ workshop will be con-
Indiana. t
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CITY HALL PHONE. 964.2351. I trip Mrs. Dorothy Waters and and Mrs. Allen Miller ed her 84th birthday annIver- Friday and Saturday on ,

son spent the weekend in of Lake Geneva announce the I sary -- i ,.. T ._--.---! .IM.-... .. | l -. ...." .1 .-II- --"--
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I Mr and Mrs. William Walz '

ALl and Mrs. Walk's sister, Mrs. .
REYIY Joseph Romcleln, visited their
I cousin, Mrs. Hubert D. Jones, AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO S\I.. S&CERVICE;; BEAUTY SCHOOL :\1 ot orcyrlett- ('ooten

at Penney Farms last Wed-

r t nesday. They were all lunch- Barkley Motors, Inc. Tropical Pontiac, Culture Learn Complete Girls-Women Beauty-Men Streit's Bicycle Shop
eon guests of Mrs. Ethel Mc- Inc. HONDA MIOTORCYCL.ESCushman
BudgetedFREE
Bride, and visited Wesley TRIUMPHS Tuition PLACEMENT A VMIW Scooter

Manor friends in Jacksonville FLATS TRUCK OMC C7SN'TERPONTIAO:
Course Vurat1-BSA-Zclapp

during Mrs. Mary too afternoon.Carew is spendIng VOLVO HILLMAN oil SUNBEAM Central Special Brush-Up Hairstyling Motorcycles-Sales( 'ft: Senrto. *

) nORTH SIDE 220 NW. 8th Aft. Gainesville BCnWINN BICYCU3
several months at the 333633Replicate: College Locksmith .A Safe Work
Fall-In Apartments She Is a We Sp+clalli* To
1 I 31S 3.: El 1st Gainesville III "'. rntrrnity. Ave.elalneaellle .
I former Keystone resident, now BALES it SERVICS 3741
dividing her time between her Factory Trained Mechanic Inc. I 37&-77lWHEN

two homes, one in Farmington 110 CLEAN USED CARS Imported Car Specialist CARPETS !

Maine!, and the other at MCRCKPRHBKNZALFAROMEO
Lake Boons near Hudson 2M1 N. MAIN House of Carpets
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BAPTIST CHURCH Mass QalDenWe I7S-4371 "'Gainesville's Only Carpet j I I.

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sales Parts 4ers.e. Specialty Shop'

Oclpke left for their home In JEEP 113 8.E. Second St. GainesvilleTeL BICKLOW :SI.\OKBJIODKRN : I
Sudbury Muss, on Sunday 71-1481 TfKHNO I
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.. afternoon, after spending ten Family of 4 Wheel! Drive Expert Installation IT'S TIME TO lion

Intersection of Bayless Highway and Route 16 days with Mrs. Mary Carewat e RAMBLERAmerioal AUTO SALVAGEPaul' 051 No.. :Main-178-3913 Call
the Fall-In Apartments.! I
Gaines.Ule! GALNESVILLKMayflower :
Mr. and Mrs. George Sch- Fine Economy Cfe: -

aeffer and daughter enjoyeda Sale* and Serrle Auto Salvage CHAIN SAWS I Inc.

steak dinner with the Frank W* Buy Wrecked' Cut At Call Collect 378-3234:

MARCH 21 thru 28 Noon 'y family on Lake Ridgway Motor Co. TOP PRICES A. & J. Saw P.VIXT & fil.ASSLiddell

Brooklyn last Saturday nUht. AH MAIN A Model. U..xl I & Mower Co. I
i Mr. and Mrs Joseph Day 1133 8. MainGatnsvm.
Paris
7:30: P. M. NIGHTLY and children attended the S72-S43S ToMyp "Service-We Will Joe Anderson. MOTHomelite l Paint &

FSU Circus in Tallahasse last Chain Saw I Glass Co.
Saturday.Mrs. rind Ant Part For Tea. BALES A SERVICE I
I B Co.ADnLACOLDSMO.nz Repair gt: Part. All Makes KTAN1ZE: PAINTS
Herbret Nelson and & G Motors Ga1D..YWe 37 -4M3
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daughter Mrs. Fred Hartmanand 441 N. Past Stock Yard Gravely TrartorS023 Sal.A G1a..a Ikltrrvn 8UdIa. O*.rw

J two sons, enjoyed a trip 't N.E. .Blvd.IWn k'e Gainesville Tub Enflo: .ur>. 8b. ...V

I on a sight-spring bus in St. S73-S5M I noun Wlodann Awing -
SALES Sf SKRVXCB Air Conditioning. lIeatlnlrRUSS'S Phone I
F Augustine last Saturday. Mrs. Just Oft WaMo ROAd Carpet WaOpapnfrnt I.....
Hartman and sons are visitors FlU Selection 1 of Used Can CONCPETE PRODUCTS Cone Itatnn.
from Wilmington, Del. Taken On OadaiUe Ttmd_ 1- I .
SHEET US N W. Sixteenth St.r
Major Owen Baker tells us 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 INSIST THAT ALL YOUR OAirfEsvnjjrPLATIXO 372.-.t

that his wife, Louise Is mak- PHONE 374-7J1J METAL, INC. CONCRETE PRODUCTS I
ing fine progress! at the! Jacksonville ARE THE BEST FRt*d I

Naval Hospital. She Edwards Building I

can now sit up and feed herself 1JDft1n-1\11'ftU7-c-1 Heating
Ocala Chrome
Supply Inc.
'j and U permitted out of USED CARS Air Conditioning i
f bed twice! a day. This is cer- Aothort/t Sales dk Barrio 11 S. Main-372-4S44 Plating, Inc.

V V tainly encouraging news to all Sheet Metal. narrvsavnt.y 1"f.A" I Cower, Nickel Cnranron

V her friends. CraneLincolnMercury GARDEN SUPPLIES Cadmium. Metal rtnutda'

i Mrs. E. C. Cuendet tells us 2330: N.!:. lath TerraceGAINESViLLE Custom Buffing'

that her daughter. Beverly Johnson & Faris, Inc. I I ANTIQUE Ct.EA.NlNO
who was so ill the first of the S7/-S3St BIM. .7-l748 Mora* I SILVER. BRASS.! COTTTJt
year has been improving, 504 E. University AT*. Complete Line of Industrial Hard Chrom
Rev. Chas. Williams Preacher and they are thankful to note Gainesville 373-4341 SEEP: *-rtA.vrsrERTILlZl'lCS': I 1S1 NE god A**. OeaJa
Automatic Trmnambwlon I IIn
that every! day she seems! to EnjUih Ford- Dial u.-c.a
gain In strength and become
USED CARS We tJrl"I I I
more like her! active self.
Mrs. Lyda Few spent last IK South Main City Automatic 334 N W. Stb A... .TYPEWRITERSHancock

week in Bradford County Hospital GUnmllte' 373-331 PHONE 373-M7 ,

and is now recuperatingat Transmission Inc. OatnmxrllV" Flo. Typewriter

Rev. Vernon Johns SingerWelcomed daughter-in-law the home of her Mr.son and Mrs.and DODGE DODGE-TRUCES DART tt.paIr oil FachaaaoAn LADIES WEAR I Smith! EXCHANGE-Corona-Authorized.

,, Bill Few and family. sa-Par1a-sense. Make and Model. Dealer

Mrs. Margaret Hall of Lro- TRUCKS oil CARS Cherry'sOaJntwffle'a C1ar7-VIr'--TetaJIa

minster Mass and Mrs. Robert IVpendaMa CaedPooleGable t'a Djntnometer Pre-TMted Moat Fashionable Addlnc UactitXMW. CaJeutoton
.J Ha&slnger of Fort Bragg Address For Ladle SALES. -SERVICE-' KXSTTAia

6vttyone I N. C.. have! befn staying at 1 Motors WORK GUARANTE. DRESSES.SLTrS..COATS!! SAVE TIME-dlM M row ,..
a Whit Feather Court for a BUDGET FLAN MATER.VTTT WEA .....?-... with n tint.Ul .
few days: While this is Mrs.l 1 119 S. E. 1st Av.. GaIft..w. 1409 S. Main ACCESSORIES H. Main St. Olnevti: !

I Hasslngrr'a first visit to niO.NC: 373-4343 Gainesville 373-S1K 194 W. University OJnrrml J Phone InWIPAOE
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,'FIt.IoN I IMr. Mr and l lol,. .1 I I I. Huhop vrvlnif shard. the guided. AddIction.
1L (liar!.* Howen. who, i of Jacknonvlll wrr visiting SERVICE MEN rnllle rrulwr. UHH Uttl "Amptielumlibt. *"n.d i ,>. .titut
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LAWTEY\ \ ha. '.....nl h' ni'iv" *>l to Htarkel' Mr. and Mra' .. I' Itafuae Ita'k. a unit i>l the flth rieet ate* poop pitla: .sun>
from A I.baa n.... was visiting W..w..y AMI "OMH.V bawd in the Mediterranean, ball.-continued to put.. .M
n, En: .* Rtanrbardauuauaauuaaa.aau I her e..n.in.law .and Mr and Mn Elmer }IlliclnbiiUiam. visited )'Ir An,1 l Mr ,Paul. Ilene 1 rrw member. had. the op- arr..t.d 139 prriuna in aiwctknt '
Sslur/ey net and family Sunday afterrwam. I virtually In visit I'arln.. and' with .ntor..II... .u
$1111)\I. NI/Ot1Clt: "I r. Mae,, W,lla pnt "''In.ra.m..on I ''our the 'r.nrh Alp' lalgpr t tI. thl law Tlirlr >uw In iflclfiil
a A hlchllfht of the week day with )01,.. 'Ruth W. are plnix| tn rata that r-I I. the win fit Mr and, M\\ minority u. u'''r
waa a mlcelkanoue aTtower. Karthluw In MM'lUbur Mr. Kxtwln: l'a>ltt.|( who spent Ifirman <> Uelger' of U .a continuing ctiall iu, <. .'
fl h'.n In honor of Mm Hilly Mr O J I l-hlllip* and 1 I IAn several wrk in llriwlford, our educational. efforts Uti.i ipll
Charlce Norman a ,..,.nt have tiirnl from a two lloapltal. his rrt'rrnH home tlKt 11 Clan. Earl: t.. Hluk.n .. tlM arrests, a I targe a
1 brtde, at the nvrratlnn wharfby w..k* vilt.. "with, Mr and Mr I and |Ie galling on nl..I,. .. ran II. II ..fltok* ..r nvjunl of Illegal'. activity .u
do call it LP-gas Mister ? Mr KdwaM. Smith )Ira Fale ItmH 1 in Moron.Bumlay (la. c .ill IK \i-ri\irirn I Htarke. rrntly graduated' known &to continue. Enforce
Why they .
mtflon; Mmitn. Mr H W vimtor, of Mr*. Kffle Oracs .lh.II.t. $ .nd. ) from the/ Non< -'ommUloV' mrt\l to a rlou4 yioblrm
Brnnctt. and Mr: .. .Jun1 Futanl Minor wrrr Mr and Mr. HrtKHil V 4) Wurnhlp II n .".nand OffUer Academy, .t Fort folk Castor aaW."Many .
w eU. honey-, LPt t r. a quick. .Imple On modern farms. LP-( a U oaed for .. Harry KlUpatrtrk of Je'k..n.1 710/ pm fYII' WiwlneaUy (.4. whet* he rr name) for lufuffitd prirotfum gat. brooding chick, drying crop, name entertainment room" wa vllle and Mr. N.U Andrew" A II m fraynr Cln I. %lrt<. week of (training' In .U*.I.r.l. \ In ciruf and l cosmetics *.elJ i ;
other Htarfce V mm .hlp rpnnlhlUtl" e.*" ,leif found l to have \t\flt
..din.nd many Job* d c<>nUd with nixed rV rr I Iarran..tIfII..ta and Mr IcU Hhaw of stay I outlived
This remarkable furl U g eomprea: ed .rvl W.
ta turd to trwlui end at vantag.potnts. ( during the -A..k.nd.Mr. antoyxl aPI" HMD life, to hays been ditmagril or
into liquid form eo it'..ay to traiwport And LP-M* and power diewl fueL Two int.r..tln. g.am.f : .. <>>irK* Rob.rt. wa Ml** r-nyim. Martin. *>... ",. That'why, LP gsa U available to people. ) buae like gaeoline' ) were played with Mr. Bpur- visiting< her uaUr., )0',... Teerlelirrmkrr hr IMo* MuntUy, wrung ...U Ml.l-. UVH: gredi.1'if : drawn from ...1..
no matter where they livn. In fart of America' major aourm of (ron' MiartT and )lr.. O Lpp > In INLand the lat Th.y are very t.r..tllI">i na ale Vf, .lriMM IIt..h .k h''I\l "nllr..." |inspectors made t c
energy, only W'-ga. _nee you )in M $. winning OM prlz.. Th. I ter part of the w.*krrlinU etillKhtrnlnic ind mt.r* many different way*. honor. w... pr.*.ntrd with of Mr. Lola Norman tlrml (Baptist II.>i.r i" IYA2Statewide" : 1"Aprt'tkm. and| :2:304 livipecbecauM
.Uta. l eUcouerrfre Hrhxiul 10 Wurahlp/ 1 1 'UJf1 of complaint. w
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manypvely
'M art erne of lfn reasons kAy ever regret to learn that ahe .n.. ,
IT COOK rOOD, nuirm cumiu. HKATSATU >h/nn<* ..r. "..., byth.lxrsl..w. m.. Training Onion 7 p r too .a. ., Of th..... 117 resulted In eor-
Itra4fad County .,
IIOMK. 11 ruliton fivrului un LP-gai. I I. a patent In J<>9 V f'K.1-l. n if Mr i Drug '
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< AXO HEATS .. About 71 friend Worship .g. m. recalon: without JIII! action
hospital. It U tJcp".1 that it'S Ml I rrwl H Civkl. it K,>i !
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".,. participated In the lovely a/- Prayer iwrvlre .. ,
.he will won be able to go .t,.". 11.1* !Igh;! : waa. ",,<,miZml "
fairniRTfint. n_il I...,.. flroU>> >*ra,, l ..
month pm
has home
And it even a special in>0'ru: .1"n"S a : iu ttnan'" upon' In Past YearInspector j Till; ItKJIir rol\r for the
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Mr and Mra Oorge La. WMIT YWA. HA awl .
gr.J.alun from O'II.r TrainIng i '
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tinge of fatorlu ;
your KHTIIC.:
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I Saluting r: and Mra Ralph Wl** wa the Mia RmahI'rttfA. T3O pm "utvliy M<"hoot l i .
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niiOOK founUJa
Board Tt:I.KTH :
the mt pern.
ffif Mttlnr. tnr a barbecue dinner ""-.,. and fr..h t 1@I \ arvl Mr. and Mr UL o-.Jol wa *.1.-1.| of Health. made :390 J I mrrraU' f (iK 'PII.Ua"'rw .
LP- GAS in rlbratlon of the blrth>Uynnlvvrsary Hiram H.nn.tt anrl ch1Ylr.ntAla each p r. .
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througn rumpetitlveimmatmn es | In lIMe for oar Utica. '(Mrnftlrn.
or averse.s of Mra John w.ek.Miss Saturday-N ant u beleg.. a..ignSame dross ant mvdlcapraclle : TANK AND
f.fUSLADE Brown ThoM enojrtn this Arthurlrve BUifhardof -- .. .
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family w Mr lobby DyaLDebby .
and Bildy. and Rev and I Ii'-' he rot epent fUturdey tot .t it II. .le a .,.oIu.t. of tha burttu. MM$ :31> of lb.afre.ta .
Manday with R.v and. )Ire llralf" "rd high' gehuol avlearnwl narcotics via Hoe Work
Mr*. Cbarta' Marvey MraWUe I' 7tno\.OS rr for
I W. A roe U Near |-,rt Rich hie II A d...gre at tetlarv 37 for ph.rmae10. Pump Out Service
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ti n l flea I'mvcrilty in Imlloru. sis! for medical' Top Soil
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wea aerved with the ton* la pending a few day. t the flId. of drug and cosmetic TANK:- COMPANY
dinner Mra. Brown receive*J. with bar' daughter ')(n. EU-:! .aimj n tuft" K flgrOunner manufacture NlneU pare. (I'hon !hlJ11a !) : : I
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r Training 'ttnlon, tfI3T( f.: m.I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ,
Evenlnc Setrvlce; 7:30: p. m. CHfRCH .
e. -- RECREATION NEWS\ Midweek Service, Wednesday II. Walton Grady, :Minister

... .... I 7 pm.-.Rev.: \V. X.. Newman! Schedule for the week:

I Sunday Sunday School
a byl I +ib !
.. s t BUDGET BASKETBALL: ,II and the Mustangs coached 0:45: a in Morning Worship, I'
.OII A'Aa I Oen Jewelry won the Mil- Dwight Elder. The league was' CI1UKC1I Ul. >' GOD 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship,
.. get. League Championship alone very successful because of the I 5:30: p. m.Tuesday.
: with winning the Tour- attitude of the boys playingIn St. Clair St.. /Marke I I Women of the
nament Championship; They I. it. They would officiate, I. S. WUIUm Puttor Church general meeting 7:30p : .
wee coached by Frank. WHllams their own /games Sunday School 10 a. m. m
;, Results: Tuesday. March 9-". Worship Services 11 a. m Thursday Choir Practice
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; ,I k el, f rl Following are the results: Mustangs 43. Sling Rays 28 I and 7:30: p. m. Young Peupl 'lI 7:30: p. m.
: Monday Gem Jewelry 41. t Yellow Jackets 19, Barracudas( Meeting. 730; Wednesday'
I Canova Pharmacy 11. I I II 18, 'I Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Friday. 1
II I Tuesday -Starke Hardware MEN'S LEAGUE j TilE RIGHT POINT for the #
-I 19 Southern Discount! 18. | The Rebels coached by Bud< FIRST! BAPTIST X
Oem 47. Register Oil 21. Spears, won the Men's League: ClltJKtH.' STAKKK: t, way you write. Come In andseleet 1 +&
Friday Staike Hardware' championship with a record
I Maun' << your favorite ESTER- L
Sermons fur ,
27. Oem 35. II of six wins and. no defeats. Sunday
The following boys were I Results: Seniors 38. Jay'' 21 Morning: "The Measures I, BROOK Fountain Pen TELE- 1
'members of the Gem teamI: tees 37. Rebels 49, Spartans, of OoU'a Love (Juhn 316.: L.ph
Dean! Johns. Jerry Lee. Cliar- 26. I! 3:18): ) Evening: message by GRAPH.
I
when you plan ahead for lOll Rowell Eddie Knight,, Bob The Rebels will meet the, the Youth Week pastor, Jenley -

saving here Djal, Leon Manning Mike Seniors In !the armory on W rren. ,
retirement by Huff, Dennis Luke Lee March 18 for the tournament| Schedule fur the week: Sun- I (!

BTAUT SAFLT and set your own comfortable savings Sparks and Randall ZiWerer.IStarke I championship' game at 8:30i: day Worship 11 a. m. .and '' i
7:30: Sunday School 0:43:
pm.
living retirement years. Hardware played a p. m. The, Spartans and Jaycees -
pace toward easy a.m. Training Union, 6:1: :) P'I
terrific: basketball game. will play at 7.30: in the )
., Steady savings now builds into handsome fund JUNIOR BASKETBALL I consolation game. vSEBLL : m. Wednesday Family' O W AUTOvSUPfUP INC.UILOEMS .
here, with earnings adding thousands of extra The Junior League was won I>\ NEWS Night Supper 6:15: p.m. Prayer 'I HANOWANC ANfr SUMtV
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dollars to:jour investment in your future.Why by Andrews Drugs during the All boys who have registered Meeting 7pm.MADISON .
next paycheck for regular season, and the for Little League and l
I not earmark a piece of your
Chamber of Commerce won for League baseball are Jl.ln-I) STREET
with ?
: < team, was coached by Mike I center at 9:30: a. m on Sat' 900 Block, W. Madison St. I
I Sexton, and the Andiews team urday March 20. Any parent :
Invites SIZZLE
Savings and i, I members, friends SNOW OR
by John Buckley.Following Interested in helping with the
I "ri\ I I Visitors, unsaved:!, ,and, un I
the results: I should also
: are baseball program churched to all services aa I II S !
Wednesday AndrewaDrugs I meet at the Recreation Department -,I follows: We're always pleased to see our depositors t
a Loan 20. Bradford .BarberShop I at the same time I Sundays Sunday S'hoo1.I'I I but banking here by mall in any'kind, of'* J I .
: 15. Cran| bert of Commerce Men are needed to help man 9-43: a. m. Morning Worship convenience! You bank
weather-is can
31, Koch's 28. and interested / a great
!! age teams anyone ,
'2J: ) Association Thursday Chamber of\ may meet at the recre- I If.11 m.a. m.Evening Training Worship/ Union, 7:30.6:15:: by mail at any hour, any day. from! your
30 Andrew 28. call the office f .
Commerce ation center or Wt'dllelldaY8Famlly Night home or your office. Simply use your nearest
I Of( Starke The Tournament was won and submit your name. 1, and Midweek Worship beginning mailbox or chute. Safe, quickl)
by the Chamber of Commerce MEN'S SOFTBALLWe ,
218 North Temple Ace Phone 961-0500:>> ona shot by Lonnie Olive I would like to announce at 6:30: p m March 28 I '1 WI< nly kali*when It raMM."
I with seven seconds to play. again that. the deadline for I I SpringRevival Ask or write us for free banking-by-mail forms nowl'
to API 11 4 with services dally I
Boys on the League Championship -I entering a team In the Softball Frnnchhed! Dealer For ::2
I at l0a.m.and 7:30: pm.Acordial
:
Remember If Your_ Savings team were Arch League is March 29., Any-, welcome await all
Thomas III. Jimmy Crosby. one interested may contactthe : ALCOATINGFor :
Arc Received The20th Kelly, Ralph Ollpln., or who will come.
By Roger Recreation Department Rev. Felder L.. Rowan pastor

and Boys Stan on Lowery the Tournament 1 i the League Stiltkland.: President, Townsend Open From 4:00: To 6:00: P.M. On Fridays
Roof Metal-
Championship team were Jim Start making plan to see I *- ,
HIGHLAND" BAPTIST
: : Sliutord. Keith Patray. Lon I one of our league teams.Oar.I CHl'RCH; REVIVAL MasonryThe For Your ConvenienceFLORIDA
'tIe| Oliver. Wayne ThtJ.lpen.ltuk den Restaurant,' play Eddie
Oraudon Wayne Boat-I Feigner. The King And I Ills Revival 1 serviced..'will tx held 4-Seaon! Fibered
: : We Make It Effective The wright Dwight Kersey, and:! Court,. the original four-man at 'the ', Highland Baptist; Aluminum, Coating

-jvWMj* Randall Chlsm. I softball team, at the high Church.: March :2 through 27. 10-Yr.,, Guarantee;
JR. CLASS LEAGUE: school field on April 11 at 2 each evening at 7:30: o'clock.
: : 1st _& The Junior Class League 1 Ip.m. ROVJ Marvin,,A.'.Tyler of Jacksonville i! We Stock All

I !+ ,I ended\ regular season play In TEEN TIME .will be the evangelist,! Colors
a tie between the Sting Rays I The Staii'ke Recreation Ccn-I and there will be special. ) .singers / -
"'kS1\" coached by Robert Powell r.1s open' each Saturday:r at every service.Homecoming n A W All t1PPLY NCII

I night from 7 to 11 p m. for : / Day will be 41* I IROWNLIE ST BANK AT I STARKEOne
1 all teenagers to come! and t observed on Sunday. March PHONE 9644441
have: fun. Meet! your friendsat 28. with a basket dinner.
the center Mr and Mn. The'' pastor Rev C. I.. Tyler, ntR HA owAR NO SUPPL of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
John Manning are teen dl- extends a cordial Invitation to 301 C CALL ST.

lectors.TOT all member snii friends to PHONE .* 4 521 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
PLAY AREA attend all services.
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The Tot Play Area Is bclnir.

I used by many mothers and I.. .._ _.. __'h' _............ _,
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We 'would like to InvlW tn *
i of you who have not used It
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FpR T pFtING ,, to do so. Mothers come out MTAIllSHfO, |.04
and see the facilities Bring CARLOAD
I your young children: for play B
1 and sunshine in an area reserved -
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strictly for them.ADULT r' .

The Recreation FREE Center PLAY will : ..- ALL CABINETS S I N IBS
Thursday be open night for: so adults come each by' I S EL '

Ladies ItayonBRIEFS l idles Nylon ,meet your friends and play Cabinets and Sinks are
checkers, pln .pong. Bhuffleboard. -
.r: cards or just relax and Bargains ( made of Heavy Guage. d ,

HOSE carryon conversation May ) ) Metal and Have Baked-on
be a film can be lined up for white Enamel Finish. Sturdy

Values 'To S9c the future. Galore Built For Longer Wear.
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""",,! of jokes--good, bad. and in Brown family. Loper Ronnie Halt. Chuck at the monthly Are department alkaloid. cthlrfly' colchlolne BunPlavor"

I', different hilarious ad libs, Group numbers by students COK. meeting at the city hall This high speed poison acts We nerd HA tflata and would
HAMPTON& and general noisy fooling a- Included "Hnnpton Smiles' Robert Cox and Franklin Tuesday night The letters to fast and death has been J Bradford Farming appreciate yoin' cooperation.We WILLIAMS
round between each of the by Larry Williamson Petl. Naaworth entertained with be sent to local clticena have known to occur In 4 hours must koi>p our berrtea!!
musical acts Bradley Kevin Meng, Paul several numbers op the banjo been printed l and were shownto after eating a tuber- of th.glorious. I r out in front l.ti'; order!! to com
By Mrs. D. E. Hill I A chorus of fourth fifth and Brown and Allen .. AS mand The
Billy ; an and guitar; Elbert Hsrssy the <.>ui tor.their approvV. best prices. more JEWELRYREPAIRS
Phone 468-1160 sixth grade students added Indian dance by Annette! and Mickey Dan hy each so: These' are only three of the y we can publlrlne our berries !

4A4 zing to many of the musical Sheuly Sallye Meng Mary companled their number nn SCHOOL At'-MTtRirM' score of more toxic pUnta the easier It iii for out buyers :
.AA. VaUw1 numbers, backing the solos Pearsall, Judy Loper and the guitar and Mrs. Dorothy GETS NEW IRS that (grow around Florida I to lieU them and at a higher MACHINE
ITA Variety Show with well-rehearsed group Marcia Slade; the "ABB: Hibbard contributed a piano Hampton Elementary: School homesteads Don't become alarmed price I ENGRAVING
Has. Sellout Crowd //Olnrc1ng. Song" by Sheila Haddock solo haa |a bit of new look on the and chop down all This promotion will' gain I
PTA's variety show "The The program Included vooal Cheryl McClellan, Debbie The "eonslns' also contrl west aide this week, with a your plants because you can SEEIT ; notional publicity and attain SCHOOL JEWELRY
Hampton Hillbilly Minstrel" numbers by txittoa: Rae Child Kennalrd Helen Pearsall buted vocal solos daring the new pair of outside! doors on continue to enjoy' / all your increase' our atature In the' DIAMONDSI.

played to a standing-room- and Mike Hanks, Grace Searle Nancy Lott Jan Searle. Cindy program and opening med. the auditorium. Workmen installed ornamentals. If you curb the strawberry blislnesa D. BRACELETS
only crowd In the school auditorium and Mrs. Shirley HaU, Mary Hand and Sharon Wil Icy for the two act and the new framing and the habit of chewing leave or
TILE Ilir.HT POINT for the \ ETC.
last Friday night.A Lou Gnann Marcia Griffls. llama: "Take Mo Out to the finale "Dixie" were by the pair: of solid wood doom last twigs of plants.Many wrlf).. Come In and CHARMS
way
quartet of hillbilly cous. Ann Packham and Sylvia* Ball Game." Kim and Marty entire cast and chorus.In week replacing the old. windowed times children are the nelert you favorite ESTER* I -
I Dodd; Randy Brown, Mrs.. Johns Karen Elland and I victim of toxic plants So your Stark Fla.
ins. Clem (Cheater Sea He). the chorus were: fourth doors which had become BROOK Foanlam Pen TETE- .
Zeke (Francis Meng), Jed Nettlo Griras; Mrs. Lillian Cathy Alderman; and "Rag- grade. Jimmy Brown, Kathy warped.PERSONALS. teach the small-fry to avoid fly Phil (Cronkhit :,
(Topsy Brown), and Ellie Slade and Mrs Bonnie Slade, time Cowboy Joe" by Rickey Brown Alma Hlnson. Nancy putting anything In !their I II GRAPU.
(Janice Hall) visited' with Mrs. Maureen Paul; Mrs. Hall Eaton }Mosher, Terry Lasseter Sharon Loper Jane Mrs M. U Watterson.' MINI mouths except food. I I.

Cousin Clark (Richard Jockel) I Maywood Mosher and Mrs. Hayes Gerald Meng, EugeneI Lott, Darlene Norman Sandy Ruby Bedenbaugh. Mrs. Frederick Remember. that. crawlers In It looks like we are finally PLUMBING I
and came up with a variety,l' Nancy Harden; and the i I Meng, Dink Baker Donald I Youngblood. Fifth grade Lar Watterson and Mrs. Dot playpens may (reach out between going lot, get our strawberry EDWIN JOHNS

I I ry Batten. Lenora, Ernest, Susanne Falling spent Saturday and l. the bars and make an promotion off the around. COMPLETE
I I Elland, Debbie Hawkins Sunday in Ft. Mvert with oral exploration of anythingIn I have talked to a number
r Joan Hlnson.. Jan Johns Fa,... Mrs. -Bexile Bryant Mrs. reach. Oraaa. and moat of farmers' who have offered SERVICE: AND I NEW INSTALLATIONS

Ion MrCIellan Lynn McCul- Bryant Mrs \Valtn on'a sister lawn weds are harmless but to donate sonic bullion. for
tough Joyce Meng. Maria has been ill at her home polaonoua mushrooms have away this. cause. The Bradford FREE; ESTIMATES

Look Moiiher Arbutu. Peamll. there.Mrs.. of growing within grasps: County Development' Authority '
Lady. .' Douglas Sullivan Sixth grad. Floyd Smith was hoa- of tiny flnxers. To be on the and Chamber of Commerce Phone 964-2904
Randy Brown. Lottie Rue teas. tot a Stanley party Monday safe aide!', locate playpens In A are underwriting I thi-

Chlkls. Shannon Cox Donna morning this Meek, at well Innpoctivl\ place. cost of shipment and will I
Faye Crawford. David Earn. Hampton town ball. For complete details. on furnls\"") the! Huts and cnixs ,
Stop Ironing eat Mike Hanks Donald Mr. and Mrs.. Register And home grown t.oxkplanla., mme We air asking\ the 'farmers to Spanish Moss!!

I Hartley Robbie Lee Mines, family of Starke are planning' Agricultural Extension' pit i tlr Unite by fishing\ the
Roaslyn Johns., Elaine Jones. to: move this weekend 'to the "Service Bulletin No. 175.1'011100011.8 .\, ahawharrbn. M T
Evelyn Jones David Meng, former L. O. Johns home. Plants Around the A pint of berries will be
Pants! GetMen's ... Home. The publication U a- BEAUTIFUl. BUT
'Sherry Norman, and Janet Mr. and M. Edward Inc.nl.th given to I'IwJIII'nl&lor and
vstkmble< front
county and DEADLY!!
Saxon. formerly of Connecticut home demonstration ronnreNHinnn" .. and other (tlunltarles ., -
II I Mrs. Sandy Sponner was have purchased the ver'l n rnts. .. Tills lwviert U to pubHrloe Let Ua Rid Your Treat.
pianist for the program with non J'onyoUhome., And Bradford, County bierips. -
and Boys' Slacks! Phyllis Griffin an piano assist ed In last week. We want the cerium because ,I Of U
: ant. Lights were directed by I Mrs. (Sarvlra Spooner<< If"ton "," ,,- 'rlll RIGHT POINT fee the they will b. sent' out
Fla. Pert Control
way yen write. ('onto, In and '
i Mra Harden curtain Elementary first
David
by gradeeacher. under the HunKlnvor! soul'
.ekey.ur famrlte
I Eiland. and doors. Marty planned to attend BROOK ESTIR This. will |bt' (the. first berries 1 539 E.: Cull DI I.39I: ;:
Fountain"
That NEVER. NEVER. Men*: and Timmy Elland. Ap meetings of the Florida' Education ft\ TI.i.g.. I to ever li'wvo Ploildit" under
na-'rd. I
proximately 175 were present Association in Jacksonville
besides those in the. cast anti Thursday and FrIdAY
I chorus. as a delegate
I 1 Refreshments were sold Mrs; Glenn McIntosh

during the Intermission. All ,ed Alachua General ""I'nta"'l
NEVER NEED
IRONING
1 In Gainesville 'I
proceed from the hillbilly Monday In undergo
'minstrel and refreshments.. 'an operation. Tuejdny, : '
!' were to' go to 'the PTA, then I II 01111 EIGHTH
II
half to the school for supplementary II I
\ r rS J D '.
or .even a touch-up! CsJ teaching. for the materials.Costume. show. I
mdLet's GoI
were colorful and appropriate.
The entire chorus .port. I

i; tag. exaggerated 'bow tl....
S I : and an epidemic of red beards. fWGardeoing ;
99 and mustaches was noted on

i various :members of the cut By llervey .....C'J... r.clU..r,. ..
L -even those with black wigs Agricultural Kilenslnn
t. and red whiskers Hrrvlrwronosot's
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I Following 4he> 'evening's I
program, the cast and chorus
were honored by.he PTA ri.ANT.1leaflets 1957 1965
tljrac.: Jet It bel.
with a party in the school
This .U a Loa rue lJ follow
SIZES 29 ToasMEN'S t cafeteria. A large sheet rake
I. U you are IUlcc ..ol. to P)13.
InarrlbMl. "Congratulations.
j/V/ Hampton Hillbilly Minstrel on Ivy, We Owe Our Steady Growth To You, Our Friend and Cuitomcrs. -
tio. be careful' when dealing
It Cast drinks and were Chorus) served," and to mid the l i a wooded lot, lake margin Without Your Faith and Confidence We could Not Be The
or a fence row near the house
group Mr. Jacket, director of theevening's Poison Ivy &la a vine than I Financial Institution We Are Today. Our Pledge To You !I. Con

I performance, witpressed climbs.fens even some!\* ornamentals post*, trrrt and It I tinued Progress And Our Every Effort To Serve You Even Better.
his appreciation for
Yet, fKeie new itscli scfuslly peas Ihenu / ': all those" wan>> .ayrted with cling to the str.faces by smsll' Thank You For Banking With Us. Owned and Operated By1
..Iv.. thank to Korstrort root. along the stems! The
e. they dry the production both onstage
plant I. ssilly tecognlied! bythe Your Friends and Neighbors.
I
Company' patented process The thsrpjf .r and behind the .reites.MFTHAIJ. .
>.>.. are built-in. to are the smooth three leaflets. at !the top ...

tams and trim '''.p.. W. teited them, Jack Hsjum and Carl Elland I Irepnted of Botanists a long.Ualk.< with the Agrlrul-" ''

here .t Carp'f washed them 10 time ,, s, win Hampton at the ural Experiment: Stations, ,
commercial laundry and th.y came. / :S say
a county recreation meeting far
he three-leaf idea will TOTAL
out just like new! Choose from bUcs oli.e .y :, planning the area softball nate, many harmless plants"lIml-1.. Our Continuous Growth I

N. _hlrI. Lady don't forget throw \: league season, in Starke .n but will keep you safe from I

that iron swsylLOOK ..r....: Monday evening last week. I poison Ivy end pilnii oak. I I 1 i {1 March 19 1957 $350,000.00
Jack Hasen had been selected -
.)1' ", Potion Ivy rau"s. an. Itch-, R S 'J U It C I

FOR THIS LABEL! *: earlier softball to coach team the this Hampton year, i I the better uptown known isrdeners.Hecvrdlesi ss dermatitis. by fJ J L J 1 () March 19, 1958 1,079,554.23

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! 'cat "+ and the men are recruiting .
!I of the nanu. March 19 1959 1599888.86
players (hU week hoping to ,
1 tl
I I you probably claw the llrh-!
$3,680,360.05
get In as much practice aspossible lot until March .
places they oont a 19, 1960 2,222,620.13
500/0 : i iFO.T.E before the opening of colorless" fluid which spreada
us.e frhl the .league season on April I 1 the piUon. March 19, 1961 2,226,467.98
ot 1 I Rain rain and more rain I foam people' get tills skin I *
'r has slowed II p working on the allmriit March 19 1962 2583074.99
}'' : .. i's by touching poison ,
))00/. ball Held want of Hampton,
'
Ivy or handling Items-such'
r but workers are needed to as tools) or prU-that have First In Bradford March 19, 1963 2,642,468.42
j COTTON fJ fJI
help finish the work on the been In contact with the
r ",, neM." the first MwtuMay the I plant Others get a food caw County With Modcrn March 19, 1964 3,248,500.00
work Isn't. rained. out The .
I of dermatitis by walking
I ftghta< are nn hand "and poles through smoke of "burning Ivy Banking March 15, 1965 3,680,360.05

.- 1 ere to be _t in and wired be'ore sterna or lei re..
the. field can t>a used forth A tow folks wcar that they

Look for the KORA- = I night league ..m... catch the Rch via fnff dr"<.i>- SERVICES OFFERED -
jJ MIRE MKKTlNd: \fl\ drifting past Ivy plants '

TRON Seal' your ; A film on llfeaavlng sndr..rue Mild r.fit dermaUtl ran Drive-In! Teller Auto Loan J' .
methods' courtesy of I b* treated with home rrmf-

guarantee of PERMANENT PRESS Southern' B.ll Telephone C end brought ge the. meeting ,
using among snap or a paste
In Shape, Crease and Seams! by Harry Lsuweter was shown of bakln .ds Several remedies Bank By Mail Commercial Loans p1

are available at the drugstore .
I Checking Accounts
Appliance Loan erSavings
If. sable( part of your Accounts _
Ixidy Is affected' !, consult a
"Ye, I am old enough TAKE IT physlclsn si Ivy poison can be Christmas Saving Club Boat Loan

FMOM MITH>COIIOMA*.* quite ...r1 for a REALLY GOOD GALAXIE 1I QUICK BKOWN >VOX There, ire I number\ of other I I Safety Deposit Boxes Customer Parking I"

!2" poisonous plsnts around the Financial Advice
Service
.typewriter "Typing b s valuable bask skin I that home. One Is the oleander. | Friendly

anyone can learn. And it fjresjxnonal' If you try to* rid your property
UHF TYPEWRITER; : WITH

SPEED: : STYLE: AM f SPIRIT satisfaction and enjoyment., Corona famous Smith- don't of oleanders Inhale' the by burning smoke. :' Open Friday 4 To 6 P.M. For Your Convenience

; i smoke from this tnxlr ---- -
Touch Typing i plant,II
by SMITH CORONA -:. Coarse is yours | .Is .. fatal as. death cham- I

It's the fulfil nontlcctric typewriter there -=- with the purchase of lwrrAll.
1 is built for heavy duty performance' any Smith-Corona I I ports. of the plant are Community state BankStarkc's
L and breezy travelling. It hat a special key portable $3.95 poisonous If eaten. One leaf
foe that make typing easier; an uclu- contains enough prjlson to kill
eve )tTt\rd\ escapement, a rcmmsble rolvnd /- I an adult fay. "leaves art as
plaien. a top deck that (lidet iiy. deadly: as green leaves.
handy Page Gife and ifwtpenwsj Eating frankfurUre. roastedon Friendly Bank
Ckangeah1.Typeer. Bcsuliful new color. ""sr"x; r oleander. stems may fore"'
:; nw.en you Member F. D. I. C.
to choox: from. All "<<'. vlnyielad carry :c;: the hospital. Eating: part of
._.
fat ca: at no added cbarfe. -
the plant may send you on a
.. . -; ., #,..-. see ...... .Nhu one-way trip to the cemetery .
..e -c_.. (1.1.1 M MOM see OFFICERS DIRECTORS
Oleander poison may cause
,
---a M w red -.eO..n..n
: .. :.r::. .r=.c--:.::.:. .. .e..NM,1 only. ,...-. dLcaI_. drow.
ea.r..I. wen. If. 11. I\I\314 I M.H.. .
___ __... __ Inesa or a decreased pulse rateAute .
Abets your favorite student is ready for ,r; ::: :::"'":"-. :..--=- s*n V'".c:>:= symptoms. Include Irrttilsr N. K.: .MlMMONH) (ruJrm.in. ; or H.Mnl. K.: St. IIKINMON
f
her a _. __ _. heart action, urworuclousness. I'KTK: : H;. .FKI.OS.: M.(/.
a twewritefbe lure you get -= l\ ( /'I/,11(1"/ ,.J'V t.:. JI'( '.",", |'rr Ment
SmitVCbnxu. *.Ilcvri<"bc."anco -* -.. -- respiratory paralysisand CIIAKI.KY: : K.: JOHNS()
that you're giving the finest; the newest n .I( Only $124.50 Plus Tax desvth. The toils properties I'KTK: : f.i. .:u'we! "1'rn.i.fenl' C.= JKHOMK:' JOHNS
t
t! of the plant are from two I.KILA. MUMIV
advances in design and construction) j J glueoarlds ivertostde and "HM.I.V" 1 C. KI'l-S.:' t',.C'. \1..e |'rr.i 1 I" I). I!. ODO.M.
and Last"longer. Prove oteandrostd. .
topedocmbetter : miADFOKD TELEGRAPH MAHfJ.XUKT' MII.I.KH" : (, ( ...hl.r H. K.: HIMMONSTRt'RSD.r. '
h to yourself.Try a Smith-Corona. COUNTY 01 rloaa. or climbing lily, .
contains a deadly poison Theplant ,
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....l..\.. MARCH '... 196.1 BRADFORD! rorxTY TEI-FORAM 'T"' '''':. v''RID'' ___ _____ PACK tBrtT.1let
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.i I Supt. Leo DeSue in change JMown- bicycler KStudents puaMibll1. Mrs. Ellingtoni Tfliu fit,(t rich. of. yuu. are writing, anti iHall. *-at.\ tt*
hi> .imtlriixl end of rviiUlrnc unit punt of-
ri"hf t i-tniih| irt to r' plitna
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Our Spring Rally: will terminate puMinn' : both the |Intent, any luiiim, .and rtuni fk>.. aAdreea. of the claimant.
written test at school, and the ,I i Services Held a ml* which you, or either, u( anti l iHa.il B* sworn' to by".*
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Pleasant Orove and Mt. otMtacl*' course ''will 'b*' pre- roil. lulls" hnv mrnlunt. the r.- I' "...''m..nt. his.< .....t. or" MtorIIKV -
Take The Drudgery At Kingsley Lake i"i. of Kilwnril: \\'. t nolbKilliilica and af rush. ofhtibt .A.-
I Morlah will be !in charge of I gented with Ii nilnlnturd Metal. ..iMl, (mo' ..r "..lil County.In I munil. ant ..> fll4." shall t>. vol*.
morning aprvke.! At 3 p. m. U.S. Sent/ l. "'vMch" attmliea -to Mis. \ the founty .Inilir. or .BrnUfivirt > fllllv It >':ppe
St.rlck1.lmdElUnliton. .
Frrdidle '
('ou..,,,. I'Inrlda| in lil'. vttfn .\* ailmlti1iitr. ..ti>r of th* K.
SCHOOL NEWS CLUB: NEWS Antloch: Baptist Church Choir'I the blcyel! TheobMarlo 88 of Starke. died" \ In th. vouit, h..iliM. nf. Mnj Out of Income Tax Time The RJE!: Queen of Hearts The Carnation Social and will be lit charge. Speaker will course will be aVt\Uubhl': suddenly last Friday after' a I I County, m ......'k., Klnr'rtur will mid,, T"*Tam..nt...e... C:>I*.r within. nix inf month' W. t7notnMth. d." '
be Miss A. Anderson a : March 2 B.
on :
Contest with Miss O. T. Saving Club will meet Monday I brief Illness She wiis 'boi-n Ui ,i (rum tUe tint' of the flrnt' puttIKntluii ': Ktr.t' publK'atlon.": ''M'ri-li_ II.
Thompklns as chairman: culminated : nlsht. March 22. at 8 p. teacher at Anderson Junior la pointed out that bicycles BrIId I.'d County' and lived .: of IhU notli: rcll, tide "
with Inns Jean Deansrecetvtng nfit the Recreation Center'' High School. At <4< p.'m. Free ,, are considered a vehicle here all her life. She wns a / "'tiilnor' ili'inatul: MltHll b.i tn I I I/It...-- It <,*

adds the title "Queen, of with, the president In charge: Will Baptist Church Choir and that tmfftc slfnsla end : member of the! Klnusley LAke l. '
Hearts." Miss Dean is a member The host will be announced'' and; New :Bethel Baptist i other regulations are the BaptUt, Church
subtracts of Seventh Orade A. sponsored at the meeting However, the Church Choir will" be in winie as for cars. Bicycles! Siirvlvlnx Is/ her husband,
by I U.S.\ O. W Qjorge. host knows she Is to stive" chance of service. At this ,, should be ridden on the right Burke ClllnKton: two daughters.
Runnel-up 'wax Miss\ Velma The president! Is t asking all service Mrs. Catharine Dell side of the road and not on Judy and Julia Ellington : <<- I
multiplies WUUajjui of the Fifth Grade mrmbeis to please be present Mrs. Beatrice DrSue, and &IiMBlonduwe ;I th\>IIi l 11\1t. X* ponsored' by Mrs E. W.\ and on time. Buslnesa of vital Dell will recite their I I walk on the left .aide facing slater Mrs V. D. Mitchell: !
Thom kina. I importance to all will be dis favorite poem.At 0:30: Pleasant ,. truftto-not bicycles. Miami\ : MI'!!. Lottie Suisse an.1Mrs. I
As the Chairman of the cussed. Mrs. A. Jenkins viesldent. ]I Grove will. be In charge of I, Parents are rvaponalbt. ( forth R. U, King, both of Hialeah II h
FIRST TIME EVER- RJE Heart Fund Drive, I'd I Mils\ B. J. Brown few. evening service.' At this service safety of their children to : Mrs Frank Fler. Clew Ii I
like to commend the faculty I porter Miss\. Pleasant Grove will be I I I and from tho rodeo. I land, Ohio; }Mra. FrancesMth
and student body, for their ('",,'r. McFAODKN announced. One of the followi ,I I I rl Mver! : and i
An Electric Adding Machinefor fine effort*' which enable us I IS K. A. OFFICER I i big ladles will wear the till l I I Stock Car RacesIn ;Mrs, Tennie May of Starke. It
to contribute $88 4. to the Captain WUlls J, McFadden. i of Mba\ Pleasant: Orove of I Funeral services Wf'I'e held I
Bradfo/d County Heart Fund I 8th Battalion 6ih Artillery f 1953:. Mrs. JurQter DeSue. Jacksonville', at 2 p. m Tuesday In the I
Dth-e. The Committee members ',; Fort Riley. is now a, regular Mrs Glory :Mack MAS. JewellCummlngs. I II This Weekend Kinrrtpy t!' Lnkp Baptist Church
,
less than $100 ire as follows: Mrs. P.' Army officer Lt. Col. Irvju I The public U. r Vdlally 'I with Rev. Donald B Wlllbofficiating. 0I

J. Brown Mrs. O. Everett( ; I'' D Smith. Jr.. (commanding invited to help make :' A big weekend l of racing;, Tnterment! wa. In t
student aida. Miss LOUt! Mae 'officer of the 8th.. ArtlHe )'.I this event a*.success. ', featuring I"t. modal sportsman ', the> ch\irN, ci'nvtery unttt
Powell. JtilKS Dottie S. Chand recently. aJmuvlstei'ed: the The pastor urges' all mt'm- atocK car and champion direction of DeWltt C. Jones I t t tl.. I VI
ler. MUs Annie Tyson and oath. bees to attend Ute FourthQuarterly Funeral' Home
motorcycle: riders, .h..*.. been' rh
Marcus Hamilton. Capt. McFaddcn received a .I conference that will scheduled for S. turdiiy" and' Active pl&lbeart'1l'1I'er\ ,. A.I 1P'a
Anderson Junior High reserve commission through\ be held at Mt. Morlaft( Mf'tltI I I I Sunday! at the Jacksonville B Howard. Jesse" RK'k, Haw! I I p,"'
School. Ml's. D. B. IUcha.rd'I'''I the ROTC program at Florida odUt Church at 1 p. m. with Speedway.' i belt t Thorn, Otto 0pni| >*r. OrT : ?.
son chaltman: of th. A&M University. T1lllahassfe. the District Supt in Charge Twenty of the NASCAR" 8. Sup p. and Edwlii! Smith > t '
Fund Drive, reported $16 BO lie entered active duty on I It In very Important that every' Grand National type stock I s I ll 1 i

for which we are arratful Dec.: 26. 19M and attendedthe member be present at this ', CAre and drlv"r" will competeSatunlay Norman College t 'EI 'E//, I
Cittsvus In asked .to watch Air Defense officer's basic time.-:Rev.: C. Bltsrt pastor. night, irt'' a four- i I
the paper contributions madi course at Fort Bites.. Texas In Greater. Allen Chapel AMP!: event proRram with H 40 lap I Choir To Sing : i

by churrhei a:,;3 other 01KB .'. 1836. He completed the Field : Church Rev. U A. Sampson feature alerting at T:30.: i At Madison Street I 1;

nutations.The Artillery Officer CareerCourse pastor. '\'or'"t'c'ord'' balder Rogers, I I
Teach Fort Sill. Okla In services wilt 11- held k//1
Floilda State at Regular -lnmn wlll'head' a field of The! Norman College' Choir )
era orlatlon celebrates it 1M1. and also attended the with Sunday School at 101(' no Into the third annual Pr'riiivtonA *- I of Norman. Parks O.. will slew
75th Anniversary at the annUAl Officer Motor Maintenance atSill with Miss Fannie Bell Frailer Motorcycle 'CHaato' at the Miullnon" Sited! Bnptbt / f!
During his lour In Oars In Moniliitt service at. t ,
convention :Miami onMarch charge Sunday afternoon. Tim trill!II Church at 11:30: a. m FrWuy' I1 r ,r
18. 19. 20. The themefor many lit 1958. he attended the 11 At 3 9 m. the Choir Union will open the activity nt 1:30:: March 19Norman.
the convention U "A Put I Seventh Army Course will b* held kt Lake Butler All of the rklvm will hororoute it I a Georgia Bsptlut -
Ful- Last !November" 17. Capt. Rer. Lennon host puntor : f t
to Cherish. A Future to Levy to tutyton Beach. for : college owned and npr erg y
Smith-Corona fill. Representing the Bradford Mc-Fadden left hH mwUnment Evening services will be held% I II two wek of competition in Ated by the Georgia Ilptl| I
County 'Teacher Association In Viet Nam. where he bad I at 4 with the pastor in'charge. the U.S. Motcvrcyot) Club and : Convention In Cooperation

wUl b* Mrs. D. B. Richardson : served' as Infantry Training I American Motorcycle Club I with the Southern Baptist
FIGUREMATIC Anderson Junior High Advisor to the Lam San Rev, Sampson asks all event. I Convention' tt .serve.. the i i. 1
School Mrs. S. C. Price I I Training Center located 300 I members to accompany him I chuixhes: of Houtli fI"""t O."or.. 1I 1
Thurston Elementary' School: miles northwest of Saigon to Mt.\ PUgnh Sunday nlnht ""ilAnd rlhwt'al< t tlnd North
Mri. Mint Stanley. Anderson -i lie was awarded the Armed to render an after service for Scholarship Florida I r .

$ .50 Junior High School and Forces Expeditionary Medal Rev Ross. I I I Are AvailableFor Rev Kclder L Rawitn. PK st.. t 1 1I 1I 1e
MUi Olivia Thompkin !:' for duty In Viet Nam. and I GIRL NCOl'TH I I I 1
RJE'I i i or of I the Mndlnon\ HtioclUnptliit I ,j
89 High School The main pointof also applied' for his Regular The Olrl Scouts are asked to i: Med .Students Church. Invites. the

discussion at. the contention Army Commission while stationed please. meet Mondar. March public !U> attend the eoncett, 1
I1' 'for'
April t tt the d" iMllln
*
there morning at
will b* the merging of 23.: and Friday
the Florida" State Teachers'' The- 31-year-old captain Is/ 7:30: In room 22. Bunlneti of applying for 10 medical "l'hOI-1

AMorlaUon! and the Florida presently on temporary duty vital Importance. arnhlrm to be nwnM0it I TIlE RIGHT POINT' f..r the
PI.! Tax student In KloHit. .
Education Association ss asuiiitsnt inspector iienera! NOTICE:! Each '' war you wrl..... Tom In and
Adds: 7 Columns Totals 8 to 999,999.99! !) HJR: will bo heat, to the District at Fort lU eye" Caj l. McFad Dell Chapter. No 1 1118 will\ whoUtrnhlp. N worth 11,000,, Ay..er reelect ynur favorite C<*..Tft.kRIUMIK -,,
I Vocal Murie Festival den.. his wife. Oloila.. the meet Thursday night at t o' for A. much a*' fouryear. fountain pen.' TEI ItORPII. -
on March 17 We are working daughter, of Mr. and !Mrs. H clock 1n the Masonic! Hall on Only otuclrnts. who I .
to make. Ihl a grand affair Chandler of Stark. and their Brownlee Street All members have t'nmpl.t..l.collfll' (' lvl.
SEE IT NOW Mliu' Willie Mae Randolph six children renlde at 238-B. are asked to be present and pr.-medlcA I .turtle* are >UK* 'I' J

directress. Lower Brick Row on, the poit.,I on time. SIMrt/ Helen Smith Ibl. High srhuol students or.l ""P
The Ban: of RJE will attend CHl'IUH NEtVK: W M.. Rev Ddmlhon Dell W NOT Hirfbl*, 1'11.1. r 0" inn.. .*
Bradford County Telegraph the Band Festival In 81 Pleasant. Grove Methodist r. i Thou accepted> must hI> rltl4n (. ...iil"...fI...1 l r i Mim!I. will her.hv l.f I.no/.I"I/an hut in v
Augustine on March 27 L, II Church will begin< urviar: *: and renldvnt uf Flurl 10 with i for eve yeah. V* uf goof! Kliifliln:. ;l"l t'rienn. up.. li, as.1nil I
Monroe. Band Director with church school at ,, .luicr than. .. Inn'' v.. ...., April|
Need For Milk I Character and If) need uf Annnrlal 7. lvot\ f'-r 9IHI. h...., ."'.." I ltlo
< a.. lsti nc*. Th '.t, il"tit''Imll.t I .. <'I l (.nk and l eia., mvmtJUMM Step out"jmurtfy' in seersucker: : separates of"Diicron

1t Neve/I'Ouljpr own, agree( to prattle ISmonUis I |pren.l.r. miiy 1",1.betupucted'|" / ,<. 1 .of.l ..*. polyester anti "cotton., >faia dale/ Inspiped
Specialists Say < In a Florida ominiiin-j/ (.M, Monthly ihmuirli KrUlikvon .
I and rxvkrtcJ cardigan; ; jacket that takes
)ty p...ling din .sorvtt'es' fur 1 *. m.'M, n m HI.U. t..1
YtMt11';" ';" .gig/ow your I aiuh ymt'n; wli<>liirshli. ; ncir|>- .| ,lie..,..whom...!1./....or..1.. l'II Ir.Nil'.,..'li. to IOeale.easl!I... 6nItl I a pert air from the bow of a long cleaved l"'U.
n..s, for milk} '1. 1M. )at.rreaet. plnr/de, ,. Mbll.. 1'rlenu MOUIO and a shirt with plead that swing from
.,..,
SAT.SPECIAL_ 1 I' etlea Na/ford. 1."
: VnUM. yuu idle milk inno The Nfhnlu' rxhlfMv.r. setup ( .
It.. Wit' a1no1.IMnperl the hip. Grey, UIu,cJr rcn.SitrsSto11,6to1l., : 1!
too form nch Uuy there's by the vl..i.ll.lro to help nrad.4t,( ,
a d( ngr you won't Xtenough r,1I"\J.,. iSiKHora.. for coinmifn* e'lurl.tm. ""n" 1''Iannel.l", .ti "it

THURS., FRI., .. calcium anal ...perhaps Klc. which might not uthr- St<,rkc'. Fashion
riboflavin"' two of the nutrients Wise b* ahl to attract them I. 'Ik* I Hurl <>f I kit Loaf
.. ,j .1.d... Nedt.rd. l.M.lr Leutlcr
.. you need aa lung; aa' Appl cwtlim. should be made ..,....... In I.r.b.l.,
you live, ay n the Florida. Agricultural' Kxt lourd[ of health) UuJII: 910.fackavnvtll T.. \11. t'erdner. tte.es..ti, .and. .. I''r.a. f !JI'" ...
4e .nl"m M.*"1('.. *. )Morl.U.t< 32310 j i Ilarln., "'1."". ut "Lrn.rnA.A .
{ I ...I..t $..el.l. t-tn; 'r
"* Milk aim. furnlnhmi uthvr
b 1 l a (live Your Horn A I
l' r_ i ta' mineral i iquality *. and vttanhhhigh'' < "
-
+ i 1 --- 1 -# Frewh. New Iyx>k and proteins, rata t and l '
r 1 4i
I aug are.
i i +w all} Crt (ireat't' Kavinirn. Tim Children ahoiild, drink 3 tot blossom out in sun-dr.nchod COLOR IJ ,

glM. of mUk e.ch day. _
; During Our Spring SnUOn
Trenagera. mead t q".Tor
( Thin Heaallful Suite more, and ixlulu. of all ell'"
d should have a pint or tnt nt,

If you don't *n>>y drinking
milk plain liter arc )Unty>

rl, tt other ways to Incorporate. .
y, It Into year diet In thvesa paradise
Starke'aFufthion
4--PIECE products, flavor milk bey..rag. f '
.., 8'>up.. carrul.., fondues Leader
4 .
aryl 1IOUff1... aura. t.
p errsmml vxtabl, hot e

BEDROOM SUITE bradand/ tl ...rt..
ff ynu ar. trying' to l 1._ f 1t
reticht do l n't nuii*. the mm- : '!
f_ take of l tvHic milk out of

/, r 4 s REGULAR $159.85 your diet It WU1 glee! you .
'ahMble ntitrttrU for a wry
mud.r.te numb tft ralurlv
AYE39.90
roe: example, a plot of whole" .. ,.
milk or alnxMt, a quart of
him milk contain. :no mor "

calortm than, a '-llt ch wedge .

SALE PRICE $11995 1 it Ritm pie milk fluid or dry. sndbutUrmUk .. ., .

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pr"vl4 ll u. nu.tlrnli "' ,
,z rrtr 1a_ :
'. aC whol milk ec.pt

9 DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER 30" X 40" BEVELED MIRROR fat amt vltaxnln' \ A, feme nkim
FULL 60" ,
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.
milk: h s vitamin A .>Vl*>i to '
l u. I Color ron'pirry.'':. !.r .!lo a e
BOOKCASE BED WITH
: 4 DRAWER CHEST SLIDING PANELS:
I .e <].<,'..J l. l.r. SptlmjI.flr. ...._1 C.. l /.

Bicycle Clinic .f.I..s s....... ArarisaLI.. ... j i '

Profn",*ional :Sljrlinc And Jnaljljr. (Construction An NIGHT STAND And Rodeo Set 4 &.rg11M: 1.1_... ..__, ...... ..ry s.".

For March 20A L.1..a; r"t' ...J ...ml e. All i.
I'ntMlicrahle !Low. I'rke; ;Modern :sophisticated Wend r' *
To Match .W. i.aai..LI-; rater.. Ki....._
A. Sand. fr./ think I.( bee.
rain; t'lni..h In Plank Walnut Or Sea Sparksling ; blrypl
fir f;."TKlt. ..l M tlw BraiUwrd
Hardware And .\ large IJe eled Mirror Cretfr* .\ Cutup', rl.m.ntary'achool.. ... \
$1995Sec
In the flrrt ,part of the
:,tW' (t.Umour; :Senati. (if", for Your J IWdruom.' flnU coful.<1.H I l III Ib. thewroom

"tixVot" are -1v.n Ins \
r..rm.ti.a and then t t..tt" on

It Buy It Now On Sale And SAVE! Uw the: Mrycl buiory. aM bicyr-1 advant. rtl...(._U**of.. \ t

and afty measure.Tb..emn1 .
part of the ellnlc -

FREE DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY / will b. MU a. l6r..,', .
March' 20. from t a m till J 2tann
"IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" in I a. .r'lobor, lot at the.

I'gh, srhool .trr. rnjrn At
lit. ( ..., bfr.,1'l"1ftII'' b.*
JIat"M. aa1. .ihdP.tI win
FURNITURE CO.
DENMARK Irtv* DM 00.<. '. and (trl'* bwycl. /* will
be araiLable for oat of |.*wn
.tud.nt.. tnt K I. tnlr*<1
PIIONK 9 M32t t STARKK.: FLA.
-131 W. CALL ST. last elect a11k1 brag 11. :or
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TII'L- .8D.\Vl\U.RCIi 18. 1803
PACE FOtTRTFEV: _____ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. HTARKE. FI.OBID _
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!. Comity .Indue'.* .......... InAnil that 1 Imve' fllcJ!, my petition I sure because we've had a Last Friday was activity I work they put into the dance.
K..r Itrnilfurd. c..c IT.I'l..rl.l. r.n' ,ill' ti,'ll.iilliin, anil, rIll.. rinii) II Farmer's Diary number of bite-sized cereals day at school wIth Stuuent I know their effort was appreciated.
.... .IIM"h., inn) thnt on Apill, for breakfast that were sup Government meeting Letter- .
Tn r.1 1 "'''I.e I'luuimt'v.. 11 .I.XI5, I will apply I" ttio lloiiniable I The Auto Mechanics Safety
Smith, iff / Tlieron A. Yawn, Count} fLI posed to be this or that but men's Club A-, and other
Not Ire Of Filing Petition Forfrin.il Judge' of Bradford Count, By Sam MaGarr.y we suspect contained a bit of cluba. Also Friday the Seniors Club will sponsor a car wash
AIIIIal.tr". Klin-Ilia, for app* val of mild from 8 till
LilHchnrii "I Saturday morning
dog fennel for eood rneaaurs.e Juniors
and a preview
and for an ui! d.l"r gave
final "I.-HIIIIM shine, and if the market condition I
torN ,. anil fur final I II "The Dead of 4 o'clock. So como down and
haw lileil ,m nn.ll. ,imiiii.i"' ill-. IIIIIK.- IH admtnlHIl'at.ii olth. I up we may told to the Student body. get your car washed for a
All along we've been Night,
.dinlnlitiutoi' '' ..I tin. i-n'it. ,"IChmin. .' "K.inti"f'" t'hauncey' II have a good season. As matters Your
i-y II. "i, ,,mi.I Uv.i-m.il.. SII'h,,' d.., "U ,'d.r I stand now we have a that the world was changing/ They also had a few specials.Carltorx !: will worthy be appreciated.cause.! It support will be

I long way to go to equal the and shrinking/ but we had no Meng played the held In back of the Gym.
half-million dollars worth sold idea the changers would go so guitar and saingr a couple of Baseball started last
season
last fax as to condense: a bale of songs Dansby and the MC's
Wherein I meditate East Lord and Fathef. year.
on our our
I .. hay down to a cube to fit in Tuesday so even If you mis-
sang "Tha House of the Ris-
services. IBO This .village I live
er am; past Easter Is just a Bed the first
FLORIDA to the Veterans Hospital In of about 500 people. We do See where a Black, Angus. I the palm of your hand. ir.? Sun" and Clara Lohocz- and game come team.on
e e out support your
at Indianapolis Wednesday not have any taverns, And I waddled off with grand ky danced to "Louie LouIe --SteveCORUF.CTIOS'
March 17. only one church and It Is It Is a well-known fact tl-at: I i championship honors again at Still we can see the advantages I The preview was good, and it

I do not fear to tread the Protestant. I am very happy strawberry plants like a lot of the 10th annual Greater. I of the n-vw' idea for many | brought out a lot of talent. ,'
path that those I love long here. We have just one big moisture but by now they Gainesville FFA and 4-H a time we've watched a cow The play la going! to beheld IN LISTINGKOAD

since have trad:: ; department store and It Is should be satisfied as last Steer Show and Sale leaving take a great big mouthful of tonight and tomorrow PRIORITIES

-THEATRE I do not fear the gates and owned by a wonderful young week we had another soaking a let of "rel-faced" Herefords hay toss her head, and throw night. I promise it will be Primary road project were

..... stand before the living Qod. man whose father died since rain and once again there in the wake. Happiest boy at part of tt In. Clay and part in very good, 10 everyone please given the wrong priority
OPENING TIME In this worlds fiyht I have I moved here. His mothetr has was water standing everywhere the show was his owner 12- Union Counties In the process. turn out. and3' the play. number In last week's Issue
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY done my part; God knows been dead for a number of especially In our dLlve. year-old Alan Nicely of the And any that fell at her feet Ticket are only {1.23 adult of The Telegraph. The correct

6:45: P. M. It well. years Father hiHi cancer. way. As for us we've had all High Springs 4-H Club who was trampled into the ground and 75 cents student. Your listing la aa fcVows! :

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:18 He will not turn his back on My Grandson Fred who the rainy cloudy days w? can come out with the top money and we felt like screaming activity card will not admit No. &&&*:"' &'@ i : me. I know quite well.Jeanette lived with me in Nebraska, stand for some time to come. lof $1,021 for his entry "Hey that ain't Just hayyou're you to the play. VQU must No. Hydrocarbons. Road

-- Glider lives In a trailer house parked .. I wasting. It cost more have a ticket or oitaone from Brooker to the Union
SATURDAY MARCH 20 The days here have not near his father's farm house. It's alright for the be-ry And speaking of cattle have than a dollar a bale.. at the door. County line.

been fit for walking. We nave He Is happily married and we plants-protected as they are you heard of the new "tudtlzed" e e Last Friday nlgnt! the Interact No. Rebuilding and resurfacing

:::.. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM had lots of snow and rain and love his wife Dlanna. He with their plastic "raincoats"but method of putting up Real reason for the new Club of BHS sponsored Highway 19 through
Icy roads. I did take a trip to works at night in a factory at for us poor mortals the hay, by means of which a machine style feed, though. Is the/ are a Heart Fund dance at the Starke east to Clay County
Indianapolis:: and get some Anderson. He will farm and long rainy period has been in the field compresses /getting ready for the new Country Club. A few business
line.No.
Spring clothes to wear Easier. take care of the cattle. His nothing but one long sneeze. hay into "blte-sJzed" cubes "pintsizecow:!! -one the size es around Starke donated the 3-- Resurfacing old
It Is a good thing I did for Dad runs the filling station. .. I for cattle. The cubes measure of a goat but without the I, money for the Country Club Hampton cut-off from \/3 301

now soon I shall be going Into Fred takes care of the cattle However we are told by l-4! inches square by two t? high odor and horns and dour I and the Candy Stripers took through town of Hampton.

the hospital for this opera and hogs on the farm. My berry grower Ruby Johns that three inches long, and accord- disposition. All of which charge of the refreshment No. 4- Two wayside parks;

tion. I have put It off and daughter-in-law still works as one trouble -the robins-will Ing to designers of the process makes us wonder why they ,. tand. Mr*. Elmer Thomas one on TJ3101 north of Law-
have had this disability since a bookkeeper in the factory at soon be ended. She reports take up only about half can't leave some things alone and Mrs. Pater were chapxr- tey and one on SR 100 In
Don was killed. My grandson Muncle. April my grand that the peiky big-mouthed the storage space required by and perhaps even go back to one*. The Phantoms could not vicinity of Keystone Airpark.
Fred will take me to the Vet daughter who wits married In blrda: will fly north with the conventional baling of hay. the days whenfood was fit to I come because of Ulnesa. but

erans Hospital at Indian 1963 Is expecting! the stork in coming of the new moon and I ... .' eat. the Trenpa.iser supplied the CARD OF THANKS

apolis.. late April. They are having a that will be a relief to those According to a few cows j CARD OF THANKS music and the dance was a We wish to thank our many
So days The muffler shower for he*,* the night that
my pass. who have been patrollng berry I who were fed the new cubes, The kindness and sym. athy big Bucceoa. Janet Hardy was friends for their generous
station has I to to the hospital. I
on my wagon am go patches they like the idea although of neighbor and frk-nas( in crowned "Queen of Heart" I gifts of food the beautiful
rusted thlroush and makes a have her present and will
;
!! .
e e how much they were pall: to my recent sorrow will always The Interact Club after all flowers and kind expressions
.. strange sound so my son Albert wrap it pretty and give to her ,
The outlook for the berry ] give the testimonial is not re remain with ma as a prccloua expenses will be able to donate I of sympathy at the passing! of
has ordered" a new muffler I do not know how long I '
crop irlght now is very "iffy," I IIf ported. memory. My sincere thanks $123 to the Heart Fund our precious little boy Dan
.- and will put It on Mon will be at the hospital rut at the rain will quit and if we I I e and gratttuda. for all those and I think this la wonderful I ny. May God blesa each of
Plus day. Tuesday I take my dog least two If want
weeks. I
you get some clear. cool weather Actually, the idea has been comforting acts. Mrs. Edward and the Interact Club should you and yours, Edward and
to the Vet to keep
Hospital
to send card write Mrs.
me a :
for time with of Coolberth. have aome thanks for the
a plenty sun. pre.tested on humans we're Mary Lou Crawford
in New Castle. I Just called
Lura B. Mohr t patient), Veterans
and they said to bring him at Hospital, 1481 West '""'"

0 o'clock. So things are shapIng loth St., Indianapolis Ind. ,
up. I am a little fearful You can know I will be happy
for I hate to leave my home to heal- from. anyone.GINGERBREAD .
and I do not know just what : 1% cups

will happen to me, flour: ''A teaspoon salti; :
I have one more Sunday to teaspoon soda; J/4 teaspoon SLADE'SPrice

0 MAt NO. 210-1 UN15 II COl U UNE9r teach, my Sunday Scnool I baking powder; 1 teaspoon

Class and then my grand ginger; V4 teaspoon cinnamon
daughter's husband': has piom- ; Mix these together. In I

Sun., Mon., Tues.-Mar. 21, 22, 23 ised to teach it, unless he a bowl put \v.\ cup lard; Y* cup
backs out. I got him a new sugar 1 egg. Beat these to >
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Bible with his name and sent fluff. Take V cup dark, molasses a'i Quality Service

-- him all the lessons so he can % cup hot water mix. Price Quality Service
have them to give to the boys Now in the lard-egg-sugar 30-GalIon
and girls each Sunday. I have mixture put part of the flour The Magic Range That Make

: CARROLL BAKER 4 GEORGE MAHARIS such a nice elms of Senior mixtu/re/ stir and add some of Hot WaterHEATER An Adventure. Deluxe In

: 13THE POWDER 1. I3THEFU8E f.fI High boys and girls each Sun water and molasses. More Cooking

.' day.When flour, more syrup until all is Every Detail Completely auto
: ;' I I wash I get up early used. Then pour in well greased

.. "r and exercise bathe, cat Breakfast and floured pan 7x7 matic .
: .. read my Bible and in. and bake at 3SO degrees 12-Cu. Ft.
SylvIa : change by bed linen and then for 30 hlnutes. Cut in squares .
do my washing. I have a nice and eat warm I like canned

.' STiMiroiTOiiwira--/ )YMI:4: 00lJIS[L'ttIJM)IJ'BIIH' MOO R.f NllNJIIf tib'm' mIO place to hang clothes in the peaches with warm ginger RefrigeratorFreezer I ;

.. __1IImI1t1W__IDIOOIIIIOIGAISIDIIIr_ .r& .._,'::II."I:" __ laundry when it Is winter and bread. &!.G 0 '. .,." ..uJlritiok" ..
e cold:! outside. The laundry Is HELPFUL HINTS: Use old --
heated and they dry over socks to slip over slices you -

-, night. I will go to the Beauty put away to keep them nice _
shop tomorrow and get my when stored. To protect men's '-
Plus hat bands from being sweat Has AnAutomatic
hair fixed pretty for Sunday.
1 plan to get a manicure also. through cut a place of plastic \ e "-'"

So I shall feel happy for Sun and put inside the hat band. IcemakerWESTINGHOUSE .._.
North To Alaska day, It works. Snap all your extra I ....
Yesterday I went out and rubber bands around a spool

, with talked to people and invited foir keeps.My ,I

them to come to church. We prayer from the Sioux ; ;:!;
John Wayne Stewart Granger and Ernie Kovnca are having special Lenten City Journal. ,

services until Easter every Father, Let Me Never Quit Su er-
i'' Wed. Thru Sat. Mar. 24-27 Sunday. Next Sunday also is But Turn My Thought To $

I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM communion Then the week The Lord Who Played It Out Savmgs $2291
: before Easter we have church To Tha Bitter End On The *

, Walt Disney Presents at night. I got several to say ished.Cross,"To Cry Out "It Is Fin ,I O y
hey would come and! our -
church congregation tss growng. God 1 bless you everyone. I II

Those Galloways We must all who are LOVE.. LURA 19""INSTANT

Christians be a witness for In Th* Fur llrmlfnrrt CouiiO', FlorlilnNo. .
Plus Glass Lined 10 Yr.
11.45T I IOhurlfn : -
1 ON"
II Sftllnluirv. Plainllfr
Leo Gorcey and the Ilrowery Boy In j February ill-low 27 Smith, 1!>H5Th -vii-. !.FIR II -''. V Snllnbury.hefenilnnt. -. Warranty Com

AflimlnlNtrnturTHOMAS I NDTICR OP St'lT Portable
9 III I'lKIICT:( pletely Automatlc-
The "Stnte (Of PlnrlrtnTO
"JALOPY 20:1.1\: North 'f"'I.lp' | Ave
: Frant-en V Snllnluiry
Ktnrke, VlorldnAttorney High RecoveryF1IA
,
Ttinrnnr" / Aimrtmrnti''
for A.lonllll..lr"t..rII! It U til ,\part".nt" Itun 3Ntcinry I.nneHiillliiuim APPROVED. .
CLASS !
_. ..-... ... 10., Maryland l TVIllfill SERIES
"'- Yon nr. h"r< liy notified I Ih"I' Super Savings
u mil hmi. !lx>en filial minlmx. ,
ymi In the alitive entitled CMIII. *,

l SPRING TIME IS TIME! A"d copy file thin yimr.thnt thereof, fuiirt nnmver you upim and urn with. the r"'IIIII'l'.1 to|the plaintiff nerve Ctfrkof to a STYLE;-QUALITY CONTROLLED= $55.00 BY HARDWICK

or liUlntlff'ii. attorney whine Regularly
name. and ,nddrpRN la John K' I IJlou c 9S .50
",>r, 761 Florida. National Spring $329.95
It Is A Proven Fact' Tung-Oil Paint Is Best For Florida Rank IliillillnK. JjH'k.n"vlll.. Our Aim I* To MaUd,. Our
I Florida. not later than April 129 (hmtontent. ami Thrauchllonrat
Climate- Lasts Longer, Looks Better And Preserves III, 11161\. pro. If confemm you full. will to do b.ao entered adtcre S uper- RuolneM. rru-tlre. N ow 274
relief'demanded ': Nell Only The lllKhmtl Qual-
fiKitlnut you for the
Much Longer Tung-Oil Makes The Difference In the oomplalnt. Savings \VT lty P'W'v. 4ii"i i At Only .
, Thin'. null la for dlvorre. I "' .*. The Loweet Price. poulbto.. W.T.
'\'II"u..M ray hand. and the ........
""Hi. of aalil Court at "Starke
Florida. I Ma 9th day of March.
Introductory Offer 1!n rtfloorivr. .
( SK' .vtClmrlea >>
A. Darliy, Clerk
nf the riri-iiit t'ourt
Hlleuliih M. Motnly
1\.uly, Olerk
S/ll 4t 4/1

VARTUNG OUTSIDE TUNG-TEX \ollve IX AvKllealliia. Fur TaTtfnl 2 SPEEDAUTOMATIC

...... lit I.IR. .'. ".
White INTERIOR OH KXTF.KIOlt: .. .
Notice ti hereby irlven. thntT
.70 Kubhxr buM. fur "h..II'.k. |l.h""l..r" | or J. Alderman, the holder. if WASHER
4 i'onrrrtp llliMk.hllo the folli..wln' r..rtltlr..I.. hae
filed aald certlflratoa for H tax.
Reg. Price \\ and (' "'_.ll for one Low deed to he leaned thereon The
$5.95 Gal.Guarantee certificate numhern. .and. yearn. .
of iMNintnce. the to IIP, r<|uitl) or Ix-tler than Rejr. Price the iiroperty. and. the. namea Inwhich
most houNtt paint..*. .-..i plnJly FOItMtT.LATEI !' $1.25 1.30 It: v.aa aieeaaeit are aafoltowa1 TOPWATER)

> MIUK\V Kenlitunt fur I. Certificate No .). Year of la- dispenser filter .
Florida cllmutf. For LimitedTUNG.OJf4 I auanc. 191. SAVER $
I H..I'IIOIlon of rrnpertv tj't 1 blends Jn detergent,

IS THE SECRET: IHIY Time: NOW AM WV SAVE Gal of Flfkena.All Name Ttlk .I In In which nahavnn. ...eae 14..'no.l Floyd filters exit linri Buy It Now $1 185AT

of aaltl, propertv ".In. In
....... For
Urad' Stateof
the rnlinty of Only
Quality In Every Can--Savings In Your Pocket! Florida.fnleaa.. auch. certificate. "irertlflcatea -

nhall be redeemedaccordln
to law the propertydeacrlbed

DEALER ,-.rtlCh'al.l e In will atirh be certificate aold to the nr

: T eto1 lr hl..h.".t"n..r blo".r.1 on the flrMnndiiv the courthmi ..,

In Month of ""April U'U. which
STORE ,la the 5tN thl dav Srd of day April.of I USDnted UrchCharlea ar 51 A DEli A 5 srgKE:

Your Store of Quality Merchandise and Friendly Service U( m.H.s. )

312 West Madison Street Phone l>6f-0611' Starke Fli. A. P"rll".
Clerk nf Circuit, Court of
Bradford. Count?, Florida.'
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