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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 25, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Against Keystone ClubDismissal Other (

Brad Berries Deadline Nears Legislation I
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Denied For 250 To File -f. .

rl 1965 Exemptions Second Freda

+ Hearing
Moro\ than 230: homeowners \
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In Suit In Bradford County
j Damage hate failed to file application .
fur b.MiM>...teu>l e\eiui>- j

', I: Ilim In aplte l of Mluatnl. To Air
In an order handed .
i Wood of Jacksonville and I Salary
:, warning* by Tax A..r Request
ycntenlay, Circuit
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Keystone Golf It Country <]ene L ng.
{ George I* Patten I whereby Wood agreed I
.,1Mw 'I In order to glue> everybody "
motion to dismiss
a
construct a water plan: ,
,
t f fi to air"
an opportunity
I damages, brought by system of water lines to lwfor the deiwlllne. the Assewrar's Judge Yawn Rules:
New
.ton. Utilities Division Of
the Funds
rv* golf course later a*' I Racing
otn..eII\ be open"
gnlnat Keystone -
} : I the agreement to I

r I I I Heights Country Improvement Club I >I Utilities. It Is claim i I I all for'day the Saturday.purpone of Man-h.a4 Pulch
<: that the water plant and May Also Be An IssueA
,, atlon and G. E.: lines were constructed: Ing applications. ,

In denying the a cost of $19,888.41. Long said he would alnoncrept '
e Judge Patten allowed Acc.ordilto the bill of I appllcatloiM. nil dayThursday. I II 1'May Be Shot By Farmer gtfcnrul leidslatlve( ) \ hearing' will 1 b>e held !in the

I: fendanls 20 days In the Country Club: I April 1. untillotting I caurthotiso At 11 a.m. Friday to receive salary !irtcreaxo -
,
| answer plaintiffs bill of refused to pay Keystone ,' time at 5 p.m. A farmer has the right to Following" a conference with rr iust.s( by !the Bradford (County School Board

i plaint, .. balance of $1.O4333 hoot rtrer that are raiding Wildlife Officers. Judge Yawn and i other county! otfcials.Itep. ( : .

Judge Paitten ahto\ alleged water "ervlce, Over 1,200 Tags his strawberry Atcht least said, "A deer has no more A, J. Thomas Jr.? who
ed defendants' : Hurths club had In County Judge T. A. Yawn's rights than a man. I don't' will conduct the hearing, a- At the first legislative. hear

interrogatories overcharged and thmt Sold On WeekendIt opinion-but he shouldnt in- blame Mr. Ca-on for shooting lun"'Itl\ S,et. Charley E. Iraq County J-.dg T. A,. Yawn

...: t, plaintiff but granted tea were not In accordance vlte his friends In for the kill. deer that are corning his II<'I'I'Y Johns, said It hue bran! called anked John and] Thomas to
4 tension ofS days the agreement, wa* a mad rush In 'htgAgent This was the dtclslon made crop Ho has the rUlit to protect at the requcat of !tho School support a general. act, sponsored
March 24 in which 1"he bill of complaint fur J. R. Kelly' ()rlFri. by Judge Yawn TUendny in his property and I don't Board, but"that the,floor will by the State Association:

to the interrogatories : allege that in May 1002, day and Saturday when over dlamlsftlng a Qaine Commission believe there U a court In the be open for other. proposed of County Judges which

fr be made K. Wiggins begun drilling 1,200 llcns plates. were Mold complaint state that would find other !legislation If presented! would fix the salaries of .all
In the suit seeking well adjacent to the water during the last two drays be- Charged In the Complaint wise." In a meeting held March county Judges !in the tat*

In excess of $/ .OOO. constructed by Wood fora the deadlln Saturday were Ben Rowland an em- "However" the Judge Can- 12. the School Board voted 4- on> the basis of population or

Utilities allege owned by Keystone Utll- night I ployre of the State Moto: tlnued "he has no right! to 1 to auk for a Ibo i la f'r month counties and other.. criteria. i
r an agreement between And, after completion of Sale were atlll going strong \Vehicle Commission and J. Invite a Mo ml lit to shoot pay ralAi), equal, to the Drat Under this schedule UM ..1-

well, "broke and discon Monday too. R. Walnwrlglit of Starke. Th I deor at his plane" rrqimsted by the County ary of the Bradford County
the Keystone Utilities Th rush brought to B.23A charge was "txu eiuiion of nun After dtnmU ln the complaint Commission at. the first leglaliitlvs lodge would b* fix** at $12.oo .-
Bishop Sues line from the plant i the total number of tags sold and light at nl ht". Judge Yawn. ordered hearlnn several weelu per year. Th Judge' bairi'.
tiN t s S A attached the water line Kelly _Id. But aomeon I Ja According to Wildlife/ Officers that a conflxcutcit' gun lx aka salary: In this county Is sup. ,
Phone the nw _U.' always late that appear to I f fb John !Motcalf\ and Roller returned to Kuwland. At present.! School Board fomented' by $800 annually as '
plaintiff further alleges the e... wltb almost 1.7UO J. Peck the men were In memtwrs! rrcolve. tlOO gel udg..* of I the Small Claims

QUEEN JANE ADAMS on Sept. 5. 1 83. Key Bradford Countalna who haw and around the trawtxir| 2 Boat month, whllu ComnUwtonen. Court and $300 annually a*
For DamagesIn Height Country Club yet to purchase: a 1963 11* held': of Osuilo Canon, west. of Ramps ,, receive $100 I bAM pay plus $38 ludae of the Jttvanll Court.

Off To Washington : all lands retained by cense plat. UnlwM, of cours, oturne. Monday: night! apparently for "eJlLJ<<'NlI'.,'' In addition to fee from the I
a suit filed In and utilised for golf link three driver brought their waiting for aeer to show Arc Completed Prlnr to voting for the raise! Small Claim Court.

Court here on March 19. the Keystone: Height Im tags elrewMre l up. Csson had reported. considerable several Boitrd membnrs mad Atoo at the tint hearing,
Blahop Jr.. former Corporation by damage to his berry< In Clay Co. !It clear that they Imd( not In. Mrs. Jeneva Flynn. Supervisor

Right. Berries of the Starke Telephone deed. The plaintiff State Auditor plants and plastic In recent teradnl to. auk fur one until of Registration, who\ now. 1'8-

seeks damages "10 !I I that officer of the weeks by intruding! deer. Two boat ramp have recently they teamed Uie County Com celves $009 annually [out of
t8I,000"from the Club ana the Im Metcalf said the dame been completed In Clay ml-nlonera had taken that which she must pay needed
Independent TwoJ'D. Corporation .wr Mildly Raps Commission had been working/ County by the flame and step. clerical help), asked tor an

Wrong Plane of St.. Louis. Me). and the sam*'. and that School Board with Canon trying to keep Fresh Water' FUh Commission Hoard. member Rodney Hall. Increase to $1.109 for opera
Also named, as Improvement Corporation the drer out of his berry and are now Trudy for UM by was the only one opposing. th ation of the office

!in the lull are "the alter ego"\ of the Th Btat Auditor'/ offic field by u-o' of spray and fishermen and \boaters, according proposal. "Frankly: I feel. that In making her request." Mr*.

National Strawberry Queen of berries Telephone Corp. of Club.Keystone was mildly. critical last weekof other methods I to Brantley! Ooodaon $ICO adequately covers my Flynn said that her com pen-
dug an extra crate ''
O C. and the I the ell C'II.' '. I'm happy with atlas a* Brtdfop< >auperv1.nrwa .
I ton Utilities asked for and record- regional' manager' for
Jane Adams and 100 pints of out of the truck that had soma purohaa '
Telephone Co. declaratory decree entering bhe Bradford Commission' Northeast florIda that.: h* declared. Hall went the ,lowed In fir utata.rtU' .
Bradford strawberries keeping Novak
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County brought them to the airport Receives ,
to dIr with the amant'that''h4iher A.naw awirltlon ef tr ak'furMe :
t.rNl e*
of on
took ,
over operation ,, ,. against Wiggim OouAt .III'JIooI Board during Itc"lot'\,
P. f '
left tor .JWafiHuiBtvn _<;. surd photographers ,got.thairpicture. ; f > f '
pay nearsarlty' and 'prop aaJa la finalbund
two named companies said the& ramps
the country Club !
afternoon'but on bthrtes or Moral! :year 1983-84. Ooodoon
Tuesday Afterward the AwardP.
; Rotary makes' fur hliiher, qualityof .issue for a new court
.
last April.Th of the
different planes. were passed around to mercer of them in the amount, BUt Auditor Ernest Kill were In-tailed a* part
board membership" house and a school building
to Insure
Starke
County Agent a. T. HugKins. dlrnlutrle In the crowd. 118,86811, plus Interest on said. that *om* purchaserkt CommlMlon's program
was owned and I d.te of conversion of of $300 were mad. J. I Pete I Novak manager access' for fUirmrmrn.. and Hotiool.: SUlHrlntlnden&! T. t. program veto among other
"keeper of the berries Janeon xcewi .
Accompanying Queen
out that "a tot matter presented si the first
A. > I of the Btai ke-Ilradford water' CUP {pointed
arrived ait Jacksonville' lone- the goodwill trip to Washington many :year by H. It also asked a Judgment without competitive bkla, de boaters to ill publics
\ ; the .
ln" will tat requlrr| of legislative hearing.Woman
Is located m<
rather of the Chamber of Commerce received One
8r.
the same defendant law ouchbkle. In Florida. ramp
ion airport a litUe early and were her mother.' Mrs.1C spit a requiring
Hrlionl Ilnard in the next taw
Mr, Bishop. Jr. and the amount of $25,000 the first "Oood Neighbor the weal aid. ofRrakiyn : : \
a* on
,
H aald'
loaded the flats on an Eastern K, Adams Sen. Charier E.Johns. :. *om* property anl the year
Awarl by Kt>y.ton.
memberof the family damages. : presented Ijik near
aim maintains Thomas record wr Incomplete, oral
which ba A. J.
flight- Rep. that you will b.* Dies
Club this week, the south
th Starke
major stockholders In boanl Rotary Heights, and one on
minute/ of
he wu told to do. Jr. Chamber! of Commerce that th* decls
terprise, which\ served B r. MlKi'll. Jr.. chairman' tide of the Ht, John,. Rivet making treinendjus"
The mistake wont discovered manager P. J. Novak, and Traffic meeUnce did not appear to IOIM. When Truck
ford and parts of of Rotar, Community Planning adjacent to the old ShatuU I
until photographers suggested market manager Cronkhlte.Hugglna r flct all of IU official action Committee Though not stuted.:! Casey
and Development
taking. picture of reported Wednesday Clay Counties. Hero *, llrldue.Contructlon.
referring to
death of Bishop 8r, said that trw award of the launchIn was obvloutly Hits Freight
Queen Jane firing- National : that a phone, call to Elltaon: Mid that one budget dxclaloiM neceisary a* a result
each month made possible
bo ,
of the will prtmnited .
farllllli- wu
I becam manager *
to Washington,, with the ber Washington had. reassured 1964 amendment and the acceptance of prrrllcte" l lutegratloit. of the Jj
la Individual who hoe been agreement
an cooperative
by a
rIM But there were no berrieson him that the strawberries got Danl.The of bUl and price of cOllnt,'. schools.Dlher A II-year-old Lak Butler
complaint .ervlng the community' In anountAndll'ljl between. the Board
&the National Jet. there all right. ererr.U theywere Six person were killed in quotation, wen not roonrdodMlnuU ) Keqaesl. woman. Mr. Shlrlo Ann
"}te put the berries on the on the wrong plat after the death of Blsho ." accident in Brad of the drat meets manner of"aboveand CninmUiloners !for Clay Couit. AlAn slated to ask for I Parrlsh./ died last Friday
the call dutYl'Ths and crash
It became desirable to beyond ty and the Clamn
rec.lvedwh..n
wrong plane. sadly announced County during the 12 Ing during the audit" prlo l commute.. cited Noraki Oimmlsslon. Tti r.I..t., Fridays hearing i b nUht of Injuries
ISO shares of stock and Water Fluh
ah
Starke Market Manager of 1M4. according to wr the only minut** that "dedicatedrrvli'e. to land County Tax Collector J, R the pick-up truck *
Berry Quality the
share each owned by: county furnished<
Phil Cronkhlte. a member of plaintiffs two sisters. | annual summary just re wen, tgncd.. Ellison: \ raid adding tlil community' and hU imagination and the Communion InstallMl Kelly, who will apeak" on behalf Will driving crashed Into a
the party making the trip to by the Department of that official signed the of hlmnelf, Tax AsMsnor freight train.
Hikes Price negotiations Starke aaj alertnrM.! miabllng the ramp. Cost for each occurred at
rag
to prevent Bradford after the roar The accident
Washington Safety. other mlnutvs tune Lnnar, HJierlff" P. t> Roddlah -
Co. sold to him to take advantagt of the double rllmw.\ .. ap
was
berries to both houses of phone One hundred and fortY-alx: I of tile audit. period. for OoodMtnsaid. and Clerk of the Circuit 'J:lOp. m.. according lo the
Con.",". Vice President Hubert Improvement in quality pendent Telephon were> injured In 183 Financial condition of the of opportunities progress.ItidecUlcn. pruxlmulelY7000: Court Charles Darby. At pro report ot'ItP Trooper P. W
for
briny re'lx.nalbte .
Humphrey and Secretary brought a atrengtbenknc, In Nov 27 1M1 on Bradford Coun operating fund wa* fair, the ss rut, each riwelvvs $8,000 annually Carter, who lnveatlgttd, the

of Agriculture Orrtlle Free price at the Stark straw The suit alleges highways In 1984-115 of aqdMormid.. and nxurt recnrdawr t\i.i...n. nm IMIKTKINflelectlv The Blierlff, ls the only mishap and Mrs. Parrtoh died
of the agreement \\1111 laud project, the Job
week wh.n10.3M st 8:40 In King Memor
man. berry auction! thla total were classified: as generally well kept. one. whoM salary U guaranteed : p. m.
Hugglns dashed out to the flats were shipped! for that the defendant and 87 as urban All of Budget wer properly per Corps Training, Center ruw 8' .rvl/<'. LOOM I Irioanl howxvcr. nit other' lal Hospital In Lake Butler
flight line only to ate the! a return to growers' of employed. In a senior fatalities occurred: In the par xl oral followed.F.lllwnn virtually: become a way of lift' No 11 annoiitN-e* thut have to mall thelr's.. In feet. She was the first traffic fatal
Eastern plane tsJdlnx toward JO.M1JO, Prices ranged from acerlal< capacity: at $ 1 accident Mid au
the rummy a high of aJ.7G to a I low of, j i,' five years with an Bradford County mlltag Ity fame In the vrU.uarhonl the committee said. "Win cotter for In.llInUlln| on April fit hool Hujoirliitendent\ T U nIP In the trlounty: area of

"He wouldn't stop." report $1,M. with the average around p j jM. I' renew, and that the [ rat for the year was wer not mibmlttn lose or draw on the Jot I Klbort: Fiii: ) ana Hnrwy, and l lWllllani Cawy, _hn..> salsry I k already Bata Br.4ford..nd Union 'l
ed' the. downcast and puffing, I: ant would b* permitted\ e. 1 Indicating the number of for the 1B42-43 and 1M3-8 Corps. project the committal Qulrtry'" Cn ..*, Itla I fixed at taltOO./) said several I Countle" for which the Stark
Httggins when he returned to i'I Saturday.... the heaviest, ,' stock: \In Independent a .. per 100 million vehicle earl l yr felt. that Novak l h mOAt" de trap moon have be.n celled, days. BKO he hM not ducldndI station I.I responsible.Swnrlce .

the group, "but I felt like!i volume of the week, with I| (Continued On Pate .* traveled.. School Bupt T. Lv Cay) serving of thla/ honor, according for a |pre./liMliRtloni, call on I I I whether. to reiiueat' a raU or I for Mr. Farriah
.-- / to the report.! ,.. I held Monday In Men.
grabbing onto the tall." 2.237 flora Wednesday' fatal alii the eompM. aixHt reporlwoaM '1"" .. I rat. wen
J I
Not to be outdone. Hut gins\4.u 1.739 flats with a price 1 I By BHS Teacher b* reviewed. *t the reg. .,.. ,a .M. .. ., .- I Ion*. Alabama. Bh U survived
rang of $2JO to 1310 for i uUr meeting of the Behoo.a I p. r by her hatband Allen a
) I r daughter Anntt. and her
,
good berrtea. 1 Hoard on April/ e.I .
\
A return of fair weather" has Dangers Inherent In Vocational I '1j., parent. Mr. and Mr. Blake
0' q+ ,) r Mf
FREE brought an improvement In Woods Fire f Smith all of Late Butler:
quality but berries are still 1 lot two brother. Warn of inks
:
fitllYSITTICcra "not first class." according to Education Are Told To Rotary I\11 Is ReportedOnly I ;. .. r : ,y rpt, Butler Ala.and Donald of Men
one oA+ :."Bradford County ; t &Ion.
rc : berries are the best leavtr.g\ i I one.. woods fire was reported 'It The accident occurred on

the state however.this Dangers Inherent. Ina "tre-i now won Id b. obaolvte !In loot j by: the florid Forest e ', 6R-l7l at tM crossing of th*
spokesman said. mendons shift'* to vocational a few ,_ra. "A young, peron. Hervkre| In Bradford County JM + r Ooorgla-eouthirn Railroad\
StarkeWoman' Volume.la expected U take wluntbnn/ recent years) vocationally' trained in I last week with four acres nt Mr*. Parrlsh. according: to

Club a big Jump next week unless were pointed out by Walter this/ manner will\ b* lol when :bum 04! Trooper Carter's report, wa
bad weather Inte-rr ere.. Blatrunk aortal etudfcM Inetnwtor hw skill berom obsolete .un Hlnce Jan 1 there have been +w ; going cast on sn-111 at about
at Bradford County !1...*. IM hu peen given. a firm i eight urea with 29!>> acres r fie 15: mph and the tram wa
Thar*., March :25 Final 2 Day> High School, in a talk to the foundation In general .duratkm. I burned as compared with IS (' ,{ traveling north" acroa BR-17i

7:00 I 1-.31. Rotary Clab. W* ln* Jay. i iii i .** the *p-kr said/ fires and IM 2 acres burned ? '" uI at approximately 10 mph .
: Of Chat X.Rays I ls simply junk t* talk "Tb.r. U no one pUthe/ during. the .am period last Falling to atop a* t.h. Iralnapproached

Set Fri. Sat. about damping people Into I arhnols ran take to correct ;year I ] the. traaslns the ,
the** programs on the their Ills." 8U>trunk dWIared '' In the two-week period\ ending r truck rammed had-on Inttth ,

BHS BAND The final two day of free grounrl. that they can't "laarnii "Most c.t th* trouble I underpaid | Monday. New Itlver fire : left *M. of the frel.hl. 33

chest x-tari will b! given In i anything eta," Bistrunk aaH | ....... *, lack of ..de.I I tower reported I 195 Inches of feet from the front of the en. *&

CONCERT Bradford County this mday: P.fWJN with hlgti 1Q. do| quate buildings and fartlltle. ) ,I rain. Highland lower had 3 40 gin.

and Saturday.Th better work with thlr hands, I are the reuK of Ju.t one ,, inches, and Santa Je 4.*O In The truck: was turned a. tj

Thur.. March 25 mobile x-ray unit will Jt as they do attar work thing people don't nee ... ft I rM round any} cam" to rest head. I

boo located In front of the old with their heads the speaker! ,, II. anted Owl ". you ean't The heavVst" rain of the INt south with !It* left rearspprorlmakly
e tII\ emphasising, the Iroportance have. quaHty eifueatlom with a period came on March I
Florida >In (I II feet from
Bank building
8:001.. I
of continuing **lnterpretive 40 per cent turnover of tacoty !- i when New River measured M I BHS Juniors Seniors Stage Drama
Thehours
Start on both days. I< sVtd M I the (track. Th train stopped
BHS Auditorium on Friday' win be from / learning' rathrt ic i year" Inch, insjhlafvi 1.10 inch.
floo ft UM or
from
11 a m. to 2 p. m and from t than a strictly "appMeable Rlstrank who Ivaa. rwe'pet' Santa h 260.AMNITAYT. I Th Ja-w ..rl.r. foal d I Mlrhey. r.it", Ueda Res.i ....&.. Msnr sarpvai. ** and point

1 tin I p m. The Saturday .larntnfj approach. ,, bis pooott Ion her at the end **Ta. Ue.4 ml NUhf. eoaelaIn aw.rdN I| U...r. Jirhn slrr. andJ| lunar. moounl lent Mara, ) .|(*jp'| Impact wtifch..* 1111) feet
ConiribotedR'eettly ftiatrunk amid be doubudi i I of th. earrent Lem to bwomaDMUI CAlllllr.R outh of tM ....ter-11ne of
Tht.
Spare hours win boo from 10 a. m. to" 1 carve too ftr.t{ KUra" r..........", JuraamN the stark and I
that the to the
to Iubllciie 1D m. andfrem7to3D m. sppTMeh prob- of Continutns K4ur- The CommanHy' .Stale BankBoard M.dfw1 Illch. f>..... alagejU.U j SR-121.
,
Community. Events) b,. The> fre cheat .-..." aegtven torn as outlined In the leo tlon at janior eoD g., '*>> of Director at theirmrtlng ..-....,.. ,..,. TtMtUfj Haling fv IB.* 4ry wa* a)| HUM! who wllnenvil \II Uli Iroprty' damage; lo the
nomJe Opportunity Act. wast. f Bn-Mrwtrk.. 'O.,veer ''* trod.e. on Aatnrriaiy. March Mntl. a.uU YNwwet l-rn near that' 1 i w"h rWM| Ulal r.. *.llon
wa nj
a aww Iraw
service the estimated
at a by train wss at 12.000
The CommunityState -edurwttonally, an-nxf* H*|I *4 by.. OObert Oohtwtr ,,w. .wI 70. nanMd Mr*. Jean O. Kor- j tmmrirr. ariy lad awmtdy.I Caasdlar.. s rd ,. II ,|Uerdral was .......
Bradford County HeaMh Department ,, said the world Is changing eon I aaM OK apsaiter eouM be d+4 I>< man ........ftt .....suer. lira I 'Ta* teal aawv.. .-... I lal; lb. apa/ni.ee .*>alh. ef _, A -**il J..iinlar.n.i and damage to the truck!:. a

Bank and the State Board i 1 fast thst any vocational skills i panoad on to. _lie his" awf -+ Mormon' has ..*,. wt** the I- rl.rU 4gl.. CaH..*o ......,, I... Mnr_. ..Ur.
of Health. a youth' could be trained for





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Hal Goldwiia is spending Mrs. A. E: McKlnncy spent Mr. and Mi's. Thomas Smith in Clay County and lived in Padgett. TilE RIGHT POINT far au . fllo your win h .
this week 'with his grandpa several, days ",lit; week with of Athens, Ga were vlsiUnu Mldilleburg all hla life. He RECIPIK FOR THE WEEK: way you write (,;0010. In and Ull t't", ." llufIIHU. < 'Hi. (hit "
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tints, Mr. ami" Mrs. Gilbert the I. H. Haz'n family in his mother, Mrs. Eollrw was a retired school teacher Hominy\ Fluff with Hash I &riert ran, favorite STEKIUU 1 liliiiici',0', '.,r ill tin-,">,lilniiw UCKII,.""ttftii In'd'II.(' ,

GolJwlro. IIU parents Mr. Jacksonville while M ra. rlu/cn Smith the past week. i iMi1 and a member of the Methodist cup quick-cooking hominy >UK Fountain re-. TELl ,t uld ''"Urt at [ftiaiK.K 1 >. i
I and Mrs. Ray Goldwlre will\ was in St. Vincent's Hospital. I and Mi-s.Jlminy Rowe Church. Surviving are his. I grits!!, 2'a' cups milk. 2>j cups ( 1\1'.f. i IflH. <.n 'or .bvti"m (ho I'Uli' ,1;"\
April' 1381, and to nerveifiy
join the family thin weekend I Mr. and Mrs.\ A. II. Il i'lo.\,: I and chlliren of Sanford spent 1! wile Irene Frisbee. : three I water 1 1-4 teaspoon lIalt.! 2 of, that.wf "II I Ili'lIUKniKhc \
Island' and butter or rnai'gsr'lao &; In Ii.Veuini7' << Ju,lM. .'" ,'nun, plitlnUrf' a iit<'irn.,,
I while! being transferred from I Jr. were at Merrill the weekend with Mr. daughters. Mrs. Gen Ha Merrl- tablespoons .. ........,.. .
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GLADYStKcTY) '$rit Big Island Va. to Great I over the weekend visiting Mr. Mrs. Robert Green and: Mrs. i iEollne I man of Ptuiadena. Calif.. and 1-4 cup snipped parsley.' Klorlrfn.K V Ht.rko. Florlil.t, on iir lieiMM ,
Aboco Island in .the Bahumus. and Mrs. Harley III and family. Smith. j Mm.: MaXine Dcoso and Airs I 3 slightly bcato/i egg yolks!, 3 "ln(.. nf Kdword %\*. Cuol a...,tf. u. required liy ti
Phone 964-0651 : home Melba: L. Krancta of Middle- whites onu-pounj can borth. I>i-rftM. * .-. _ Byron' Terwlllegar In !! Mrs. hazel Ritch haa bet"nI| egg The IiIIMI" ii f Florkla. 1''. Al I L'uurr If you full .., KI .1|,
I this week from The Holies I Mri. J. B. 8 pp and Mra. a medical patient In the Unlvtrsily -* burg; four! : arms Robert W. I earn beef' hash, heated r*<*rnon*. fMf.ri...t..d In the En. dt.<.'.<... pro eunfMiMn, \VIII'I lit* r ,
'M L, Spcer was rcu' o4>Ml.nr': t.r.- I .
0'1 You arthvrrbv notlflot thea tl lit* icimiiliilnl
I In
ha Lake City V.A. Houpl- Sunders of Spartanburg., S. John Tvrode attended the with Mr and JlrKeith Gillingham : piKt: ten days.Mri. :Marcus:\ cf Mld'llcburg; two ,| water, salt. and butter about. Written t in ,trnm.ni nnrimrl .1| hl'. nutlc, ', .lmU Ii hn |on,,10")]-.,
last week for further and Bill Green of the University Racing Commission meetingIn and :Mllm Jean Mun- Oor! Patten returned: brothers' Letter!! and Eugene:: I 5 minutes or till thick! stirring !log tn h* :the led Will gnu l lTiMamont ...1 nflt-.. n wvk for four c.-.

Hatment.Mr I of South Carolina. will Tampa last Friday and dy In TiillHha.iser.Mr II Sunday from the Alachua also of Mldclleburg; and nine I frequently.' Cool 10 mlnutei ,, been ndinlttiid. .of ..nl
and MrM. EMen Mathewnul spund the weekend with their Saturdny. I and Mrs.' Uruce M.it-: General Hospital where she !grandchildren.C'urcral, i and air In parsley and egg staid 1 ('..url )t.. .'h ZS, I'id',
-I, son.; Bo. a.nd Airs. Ver.'I parents Mr. and Mrs. Lex i Local admittances to Bradford hews und children. of Gaines- 1' underwent oral surgery last I oervlcos were held |I yolks. Add dash of suit to I You lire hprihvimim, ,nd.',. \\ IIn.aA tnv Hand and..
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Within nix rHl'ndr itHintli' .nl of mild. C urt it. Ktri'irlda.
Smucker attended the lie Green. I IMisies I County Hospital this yUle were Saturday evening ] week. In the Middleburg :Methodlrt: I egg whites biut till stiff rrum ,tlir dutr .., .abe first pub this ;Mm, 'h >:'J ':'Jl.C1IMTIT ,.
I.'..illles at the Jacksonville I Cookie Mathews: i I iBrenda week Include: Zayne O. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs. Dora Burtan will spend Church Thursday. with Rev. ,, told into grits mixture. Pour llrctl'm of this nntlcv ',> aippar .> ( t.''tt'ItT MKAL' : )

'ipiim Tuesday night. Woolen Ronald Par- Brook Mm. Daisy Btewort Gail :Math'wA.. the'! weekend with Mr. and'' Frank Edward: : and Rev. Con I into buttered 6'4 cup ring I rjiiiiK' ,In If said.any. you('urt run.and wh>*h"th* Charles: cf utiiil A. Darlirflvrk ClriW

sum and Qulntm Osborno. B. T. Prevail Mrs. Sharon D. Dr. and, :Mrs.[ Mike PickerIng :j Mrs. Ted Simmons. in Oalues- nie Johnson officiating. Burial mold. Place in shallow pan; rtlon of ttnlri ('nurt In .iidmlltine .. 31Z: 4t .t
"a a a aDao 0 DO. DODO. all of Austln-Feay College Guinea. :Mrs. Gerald Wlllliiin.i, of Sanford spent the week. vlllr was \In the Methodist Conie- pour In hot water to depth of ..".",1' Will I.. l>r .half .hnul

Tenn. spent Friday to Tuesday Mrs. Daisy L,. NoiTnun. Mrs. end with Mr.: [ end Airs. L. N'I, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bi'lnaon'' tery! under direction of KeyMcCube '! one Inch. Bake al 325 degrees Tint( :'Htnnd.) unrrvoltci.eI'L'f. .. I .

faiqFTlDREAMAIRE' .. with Mr. and Mrs. Eldcn Ada C. RIck!!. F. M (Buddy) Pickering. i of Valioata.: Oa. spent th ; Funeral Home. Active -' for 1 1.4 hours or till knife Inserted rhrr A. Y"wn. fvutiiludiri, I I

Mathewa.Henry. Crawford Robert M. Su'JHer :Mr.: and' Mra. Harold Fitch weekend with Mr. and M1'S.Bobby pallbearers were N. B. ,'I comes out clean. Un- Rro4"',.Vor.i..t iiublli-atlon('/)..fl ty.i Klo"ld.t Ma., :.-" 1* I a

and Evelyn Thomson and Mrs. Helen :Mabel Merereuu \ of Erie Pa. were Monday' ovpinight '- Turner and also visit I>ees, Robert Wilson, Robert mold; fill center with hot I'orn- I9CS.

of Monticello spent the week all of Starke; George guests of11'. and I! ed Mrs. B.'lnson's: father. Roy White Ellis Hatcher. Louie !I ed beet haah. Serve 6 to 8. I'll 41, 4 I

end with their grandmother, J. Dodda: of }Hawthorne: Guy Mrs. :M. r*. Hazen. j I Turner In Bradford County i iHospital. Cnnova and James Campbell. I In TfcIrrnl.* 4 ....... Of 'r....

''Brie/ Pare :Mrs.: F. F. Stump. Jones of Waldo; Robert C. Mr.and !Mrs. P. I>. Loudon I >' Honorary pallbearers were: Recent Births f-'lvklh, lu.Mrlf.1.. (. '....uff U'P1Vt.tui !

Billy and Diane Clark of Raulemon of Camp Blanding: and family of Tampa were ) John Adams and Richard'Craft :Marvin Green. Eugene: Powell. ,.. In In Clinifrri..*ail Far. lirolfarA4ad >

ItcaittifullA Orlando were visiting Mr. Mrs. Ruth Dyal and Mrs weekend. guests of Mr. and of the' University of K. D. Chewier. Sam Saunders Bradford County Hunpital 4'5.. %..i IIHI: : '

r .and Mr.. Stanley Noegel from Thclma Lowe of Hampton: Mrs. W. T. Jackson find Mr. Georgia spent last Tuesday to Roy Gnann. and Ivy Hatcher. announces the following n"',""" II tTf.* "PliiintifiMlllan ...
I D fi-ml'
II..b..t" 40.:! 'it.
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i- Thursday( to Sunday. Denlsc Hodge of Brooker; and Mrs. A. O. Loudon Jr. I IMr. Friday with Dr. and Mrs. II Hiram Taylor died at his births: ant t ,,

: Mr. 8Kl-(; Mrs.. ':3. J. Moore Terry A. Bloom of Ralford; .. Charles! Godfrey and H. Adams. I j I home Tuesday otter a brief I Mr. and Mrs. One; Murphy. :?\\01"1' t>V "SIMT., I'
tn Th. :NUIMI. (>f Th $tMI i (If
of VVaycross Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Miriam John of Lake children< Washington>n. Go Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Illness. Mr. Taylor was a farmer 'I Stark a daughter, Theresa VI...,.,..

Mrs. Jerry Moore of Wichita Butler; Wanda Lee Godwin are. visiting her parents. :Mr.: spent the weekend] with j and< a life-long resident : Faye, March 18. To Lillian Y.1t..th* 'H.-.. i ii -

: Kails. Texas iirul :Mrs. Anthony and :Mrs: Loki M. Snider of and Mrs. Tyler Jones this their son-ln-low and daughter.! ':' of Clay County. He was a I Mr. and :Mrs.[ Leonard Varnes -', whi'Mf .era..1...hcrt.".**.l.y IN unknownTon imtlfl.! ..d that, '

A f..' ". I Worley of Deratur, Ga. Keystone Heights; Mrs.. Char- week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kslley: In I' member of the Black Pond I Starke, a daughter Terri A curt In ...",try. In whlrh the

were Tuesday and Wednesday leyne R. Brandley Grandln; "11'8. Paul Alden] Smith of Jacksonville.Mr. Baptist Church and served!, Lynn March 22. I relief .ixiprht. l.
I L guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Mae Combs of Mac- Phoenix, Ariz. spent the and Mrs. Ted Simmons I three terms as a county com- bean]..nrn. M.filed Ol mtln, .. 'In th"ma aIn l torc .'

:yniond. clenny.Mr. weekend with Mrs.\ Luclle Davis. and son of Gainesville were mlsHloner for Clay County named ,Court unit cause. and
'III'ID.aDD'ODDD_ _
of
Mr*. Charles.. Moy of Warner and Mrs. Pete Aired Sunday luncheon guests ( DUitrlrt 3. lie is survived by i

i Ilobbinn, O.i.: was a weekend and family of Panama City. Mr. anH< Mrs.. A. G London Mrs. Alice Anderson and Mrs. I his wife, CtisRle. Hatcher Taylor ..

RLi-Ht of :Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Mrs. Jimmy Cornell, Mr. and Sr. of Keystone Heights were Dora Burton. t : a daughter :Mrs. Ruby ///(l1fbI7tCONCERTI{ /
1 Marshall Mar.
Vewpomb.\ :MM. John Slm)>>tOn and Mrs. Sunday "dinner guests of Mr Mr. and ]Mrs. Fountain of Orange Park: a

Mr. and MM. W. A. Carlton Tholma Allgood. of Jacksonvlllo and Mrs. W. T. Jackson.! tin and Dr. Wade: Lyon of son, Claude Taylor of Middle. TWII THING$

I of Oxfoid. tin.: were Monday were weekend guests '-of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Seweli.Mr Oklahoma City. Okla. are burg; four sister Mrs. Fan NA
Mrs. Meal
visitors" of Jurtge' and. Mrs. K.i I Mr. and MM., Volley Starling and Mrs. W. Jeff Powell vlsltlnir Mr. and nie Ellison. Annie Stratton

i(. ,'orrvnt1.' I and attended 'the funeral of and Miss Kate Struth attended Ljon this week.Bishop .and Llllle) Schunvin.. all of Ends Girtllc

:Mr. ut! :d 1 Mm J. r. Cntdwell1 I 'their aunt Mrs. Carrie Blumc the Memorial Service for Jacksonville and Mary Pad fieriYouTl I YOU'VE
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'on Powell In Jacksonville Sues of brother Yanking
D.
had ILl< a Tuesday overnight Monday.Mrs. Jefferson : I gett Mlddleburg: a I
guest tlie.r, nephew, Burnell I L C. Adams visited on Sunday Il""moon. Johnny Taylor of Jacksonville -

A smooth, light little bra Caldwell of lieliwvl. I Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Flynn and Douglas Seymour of FSU Phone Company I ; eleven grandchildrenthree

for today's soft, round. Rev. and Mrs Walter Zvodn I Mrs. Lucy Major In Daytona spent 'the weekend with his I great grandchildren ALWAYS

natural look. From the have returned to 'their honie Beach on Tuetday. parents Mr. and. :Mrs. J. D. (Continued From Page/ One) and l ono great great grand
Maiden- In Ashevllle N. C. after I Sheriff and Mrs. P. n. Reddish Seymour and all attedderl thn. I child. Funeral arrangements!' <

fabulous new spending the past two monthsIn visited MI"H. Alice Reddish U. of F. football game Saturday of the transaction. I were Under Eaten Krows Funeral ,

form collection cf pared"tlowntoaminimum Btarke.Maj. I' and !!Ion, and<1 Mr*. Lilly afternoon. Btahop/ charges that this Home

bras \ Carl Mcsslngcr of, Cone and family In Brookeron Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Q.Z contract with the Independent Farley HurrK[ Al, died Monday WAHTE (

with plenty of hold and Washington D. C. spent the Sunday. lgl!r of Gainesville were wa terminated after the In a Mucclermv Hospital'

mold. Lined with whisperthin first of the week with Col. J. R. J1ItOOvlsltp.d Mr. Sunday visitors, of Mr. and merger with the Continental He lived Mlddleburg:: { for

fiberfill for soft and Mrs. J. A. Griffin. and 11011'''. Frank Bison In Sa. Mrs. J. D. GrlffU and, Mrs., In 1904. and that his request I! the punt 10 years moving -

ness and shaping. AA, A, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barkerof I vannah Ga. over the week. Rhoda'! Dampler. to buy stock. M agreed was there from Maxvllle\ where : HMlILTONj

pa4 Staatsburg N. V. were "ntl. Mrs George McTMnlcl: .f I refused.! > he was born. He was a m<*m-
B C Or. fully
tied, with cups.nbrrfill. A, B visiting Judge: and Mrs. T. A. Mr. and Mm.\ X. M. Smith Tallahassee spent. Inxt week 'Specifically the plaintiff\, Surviving are hl* wife. Anna ./ BEACH
'" Yawn Jr. last Thursday. I and aon Tlslted Mrs. II. T. with :Mr.: and l Airs.\ Ben Row oak in excess of ll.OOO damages Surviving are his wlfefl Anna t
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cups. Both. $3.00. Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd 11. !Smith' at the homo of Mr. land. because his opportunitiesto I Harris: a daughter, Gertie .' ... "' : / ELECTRIC KNIFE

Lewis are weekend guests of and Mrs. F.V.. Murray In Frank Skipper of Jacksonville obtain other top execullva Scully; two norm" Bonnie and :? '
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STUMP'SDcpt. .I Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Jacksonville orr Sunday., and Mr. and Mrs. Bryunt I, employment have been dam I'(i' Martin, both of Mlddleburg' : of" You'll be an expert 'the

II I while enroute from Mexico to Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red. Reddiah( of Lnwtey were Tues: aged. I a sinter. Mm. Nancy Piulgctt I JSj" : first time you use It. Make

Store I II I their home Wilmington, dish are upending: Thursdayto day evening visitors of Mr. I 1 He aUo ankj In excess of Maxvllle::\ : 12 grandchildren: .or.. even, accurate slices. of: |

., Monday in Decatur, Ala. and Mrs. Fred Bennett. ( O.OOg bucau.se of the defend and seven great grandchildren meat, poultry, cake
a'JB B a 0 a a cb I a p flela.
B
5-eQp with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Red. Local. admittances to Doe- ant', "wrongful breach of | Services were held in the I .7:; cheese and. all you do i iot

tor's HoHltat thin week Include contract and In excess of .I MUldlehiirg Church of God never yank at a guide It. Guaranteed 5 years..

dish.Mr.. and Mrs.\ L.. N. Picker !': Linda. Starling Bonnie '1 0.000 because of the with- { with Rev. R. E. Roberta offlclatlng. girdle again! Concertina I / $24.95 REGULAR PRICE

IS"'IUSHIII 1tO" ing of N. Walnut Street have Fay Thomas and Mrs. Nettle drawal of stock o:>lIon. Burial wee In theI can't creep up can't ride '"'

I purchased. the :Mack Futch Gay of Sknike: Mrs. Betty' Bishop Is ''represented by I Nolan Ridge Cemetery under down. Revolutionary .

DudcOdi ) I' II house on Redgrave Street and l Hagan and Bonn!.,* Connie.. Stephen Y: Boles of the .P,.'. the direction, '. of KeyMecabenemr ""ewII III.er," opens FRE.E !
I plan
weeks. Lake Butler t ; and Lewis': RafUKe -I' ton.j."f'. were Ivy. Ellis, Arnor Krnie.Fkl. ,
,I closes: tthen" ftaml
SPECIAL SAVINGS :Mr. and )fr". C. H. Nss- of Lawtey and Arthur Hatrher. you up WHEN
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. alwaYIlldlCOmrort.! YOU PURCHASE A 7965!
worthy took a trip to Nassau Mr and Mr.... D.I I. Vining .... I These three 1ml"n were i

i Lost' Sunday to Wednesday. of Jlueclenmv, visited Mr.[ and well! known and loved by all ably in pljce. SMLXL.

I Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Harvey Mrs Billy Dumpier anti Mrs. ; throughout the Clay Hill area. Long I Leg P.mlir ,olniwn I
CLAY HILL
of Atlanta 0... and Mrs.I Rhoda( (' )llamler on Sunday' ,I lOur deepest! sympathy' goes to 10.00 styles f from S3.'J3.;

@a@I I Tommy Johna. and son of Attending the HPW GoodWill I nil the families. Those attending _

I Jackaonvilla spent the w tk- Tour to Guatemala I the funeral from Clay STUMP'SDept.
By Mrs. Howard Padgett j
., end with Mr. and Mr.*. 3. W March 10-23 were Mrs. Ben' Hill were Mr. land :Mrs.: Louie
rhone 2894132It :
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Rltch. J)Fttrbcr Mrs. I)O'lttll 1)/111: l Carter. Mrs. I>lla Mae, Car. LP-GAS RANGE

FACTORY REBUILT LIVINGROOM Mrs. Vergte Flynn haa returned Mm. Loyree Cocamlse. Mrs. ?"f'...... ............1 I ter. Mr and :Mrs. Hardy PudKelt. Storesaeaae5pesusau.uw I

'ii'I I I from three weeks visit Mildred Doyle. Mrs. Pauline was good to have 78 :I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
I with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch Tnrore :Mtaa> Dells) Rosenberg. Wllkimion. and Mrs.
tA.t present In Sunday School u- Hiram
I In Mobile Ala. Mrs.' Viola Lee and :M ra. Dorothy Milbergcr, I' I V
gain. Rev. Ralph Stl)4&wu I
I of Mobile returned. with :Mrs.: all of the looal club. _
I with us during the morning
Flynn for two weeks visit. Julian McKae retunied Sunday .
I worship, and brought a wonderful
1 Mr.[ and Mrs\ Inman Oveni after undergoing! Mtrfcery
message Sunday night.
and family visited Mr. itn<1 1Afrs. I In St. Vincent's Hospital\ last _
.
Mr.I and Mrs. Richard Moxl Homer Brown in Green Tuesday
I
I of Highland Baptist Church
: Cove Spring Sunday. I Men 111 Edwards was" In
and Mrs. I' Williamson\
Mrs.\ D. C. Forehand' of Albany I Oalncsvllle Sunday to Wednesday -
and son of Green Cove Springs
Ga. la visiting Col. and\ I attending tile Municipal -'I
visited our church: last Sundny. -
_
I Mrs. T. T. Long this wtd-l. Clerk's study course at
.
The choir was Invited to
Col. Long returned! home tile University of Florld.t. I '
sing with the Highland Baptl
I Tuesday after being, conflhul Mr and Mrs. Charles Fields!' -
i
t Church last
advantage tiP th... OfganlU, Savins* .m.J. In the Jacksonville MAS lltw- and family of Jacksonville/ | Tuesday night.
paifibl by stir ......Udl"., .*,..*. In .ur *wn '..eMy.T" ; pltal for a week for obsorVa- were vlsitlna their mothers.],'and enjoyed the ..ervt.lny c2:

but tram.., .thkit. '.. material. ), .! Mi. Uwalt ::1, tlon and J Hlootml'nt.I trs. J. ir. Fields and Mrs. 0.1! much. Revival wervlce stM.'t- ,
p'I.... t. ed March\ 23 and will continue
,I Jimmy Guy of Gainesville, W. White Sr., Sunday after For just pennies a day. you can hare this 1965

2 Pfec. LIVINCROOM SUITES........ $79.95 to $1 19,95 a student at Berry College, noonMrs. ,through Rev. and'Mr the: week.*. M. E. Matthews TAl'l'A in your kitchen. Super capacity OVf'ncooks

2 & 3 Pc. SOFABED SUITES............ $69.95 to $99.95 I Rome Ga. pent Sunday night \ Vernon Sllcox. Mrs. D .. ot Arlington. vljltoj the the biggest Holiday, meal. All-porcelain!
with his grandmother Mrs A. L. Silco*. %,nd Mrs. James elL Jo'-dean interior. Swing-out broiler for
3 & 4 PIece SECTIONALS. ................ $99.95 and UP Z. Adktna. I Lewli were In Jacksonville Holiness CJ inrJlr'U ir Suns ,steaks and chicken. Four lifetime Siizle N'largest
Sim
-- night and1", Rev. Matthews
$1.00 DOWN\ I EASY TEn 18 George Morri[ on of lA_! Sunday afternoon visiting brought the 'mcsaagv.; Thoy mer top burners. Model( 3G565.
burg spent the weekend with Mite; Prlncllla Cox, : and Mr.

:Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrlaon. -; Jill; Mrs. C. W. Got f.Mr had. a toot.:w*.allllljf" 'after v service. Save $30 to $60 en all these

and Mrs. F. P. ranges
I Renn "' ,

rI : .. FACTORYREBUILT i Lynwood Walters and Av- *p nt Thursday! to Tuesday In i FERMO.VAXJ Mr.\ and:< Mrs.. Frank Carter rc $209.95 -SAVE $50

,I cry nY'C'r' of Fumtan University New Orleans, La. attendingthe '
were dinner gxieiits las Sun ;::1. plus free knIfe
Independent Life Jn.
lU'- '
.. lire upending their week'sspring day of Mra. Carter's bro MT .... en.--
ir nee Co. convention at theJung Fraturr* haivlf riddle en
hoplrtay with Lyn. I' In-law and ulster", :fr. anilMrs. ( top with matrhinc cov I'. In.rludn .
2 \ a 'wood's p"nnt.1'. and >ir,. Hotel. : Robert Baxley .; of WL : Th _.#, 1ri ...... J hideaway fifth burnrr.i .
Mr and Mrs. Ben ;
I ,, S. U Peek' Jr.> Dixon > Doctors Inlet. : # onvDint awinx-out .broiler

Mrs. Robbie ShallrT anti l I and on of Nashville. Tenn.i, '-- Supi'rc.p.rsy o...... with Iolt.
Mr. and Mra. Clarence flat
I-- M1... "Sh1rl.y Morrinon attend.I I were Sunday oVf'rnllthtrUl"lItaj\ | ,4t '.' I off door. New lifetime Riul
'
..CeIoM..." rt.th. wedding of Charlotte'I of !MJand' Mrs. Don Bsge1i. ley of Jacksonville visited In + Come what may Job .t 4j.J, Si Suiuuft burnrr

....,... Bradley to Roy Barlow' Jr. In MlM! Sally Ann Epperson of Cloy Hill lust Sunday.Mr. '-, ,, Lay-off/ accident or OlneM Model 36755
I ..... ....-. the' Florida Presbyterian! College'' end Mr*. Lloyd Wilkin. ..-- ;_- l ral-errunt. saving account -
WIMwoorJ ) your
'..... ... Methodist non will return to Panam. '
...&. ."/MIIo. Church Tuat' Friday. Tha fwrmrr -|I Is home for ten dnys for the City this week where Mr. here will help you Und $239.95 -S AYE $60'

]Miss. Bradley Is the sprint hoi Way. I IMr. on firm ground again aoonert I r plus free
,1 100DGWII da1lg1\1 Wilkinson li stationed.Mr. knife
and Mrs.
C. L. Cooper -
tr 'of Mr.[ ,
mnd< Mrs. and Mrs. Howard '.j.j. N_ Silhwtt .built-in;. atyl.I .
U- Bradley! :Jr. of Lcrsburg. for.1 were In Cross City last &tw'day gett and Mrs. Padgett'a mother inc. N_. full wiiith Itcrnntrnl .....
-Id u. leP. IIG ner Stark. rfwldeivts.Mr visiting Mr. Mid Mrs.. FIRST FEDERAL ,- a1W1! with chick. sad
visited In Green Cove ,
Ernest Lord. Four
.. Bfn Johns i timer lifetime Susie
MODERN SWim IOCKIKvmlbl had"'l) Mr. and Mrs. John Greene. Spring last Saturday after I -- 'JV Simmrr .... '_"'. vuwaltt*
.. ,. T P,O 3/4 ....H.J rom. lack. c- $ ,. 7b deli and Mrs. Martha: Hollo- noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson Savings and Loan AssociationOf own liners soul rhrnm hrotlrr
Mr. and
purenu. Mrs. H. L.
.. .... of I
s ;iii i 100%" .iy.e" pile way Jacksonville, and' Mrs and Mr.[ and Mrs. pen iMrt. Model' 36WV.
,,i... .... ....... ..- Henry Carter. of :Mannile'' Oiancey' In MontIcello. Hirdy EASY
Padgett visited in BUDGET TERMS
Mrs. David Browning and Tampa over Starke
'AYONLY$1.23AWIEICCome !Sunday' giiesti of ':\1,.. Johns I the weekend.
daughters Linda and
..... were and Mrs.Mrs:Bob Randolph McLeivfon Crosby of I were In Sarasota on bulneMra. Janice. I IItiM Bobby Michael left Jack 218 N. Tempi .\ e. I'hone 9HI-O500; ); SPECIAL OFFERFREEW

See Our Bargains I Friday and Sl\hJ1'tt\y. aonvilla by train Monday: fur
\["JlIftUe.l1I. .
J. W Kincaid la' Hou ton. Texna. where he will
Galore On Our Second Floor \' Mary Drrw of Fort I In\,
Tampa visiting Mr and Mr*. 1'0 aboard a ship (or sea duty
Laudenlale vl! itrd Mr. and!
Mr. and 1.11'8u.'d WI1.V=
C. C. Hoppc for a week
S. Mr. Donald! McRa the first I Icf son visited, ")fr. Wllktnwn'a WE'RE OPEN
: W. BADCOCK FURNITURE &>1'1. Charley Johns mas haTaUahassee "
the week.' sister in Cocoa before
returning
and Atlanta. Oil, -
& Appliance Associate Store Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordanend I on business last Wednesday: to home this week. Q UNTIL 3 P.M.

family of Lake 'al..1 l i Friday. DU.\TII: !! .VARNES GAS SERVICE

128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-2111 spent the wrekend with Mr.)!' Drew Barry Celebrated hI.al'th Charles BJv-d Frisbre. tiS. ON WEDNESDAYS
and1 Mr II. A. lA\tnon.'
died at his home In Mlddl
birthday a>n tver.uiry SffiffiGBlcniv.

M. rDud( ) Yuun. )Igor, rl.Ue, NoUhook' IJ.H at thai! last, Saturday afternoon with I burg Monday following a brief ., n\" Cr!' i iiii'ISO ( of (;rern'i> Fuel 1 of Florida Corp.)

TELEGKATn. a party for a few frl n
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1903
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4. I I'BHS'Junior II with not but excellence Worship 7r30 m CARD OF THANKS No..t:1I: or TKKTIOX" : TO
only quality : p.
; Woman's Club J Kindergarten I HMUItTHR: flCTITIOt. : ...,...11:
In ..''uca tII'for") \ n.v Wedm's'ay: Prayer Mect- Notlis" ,. In hereby alv.a! 'that
I Our h-nlUelt thanks and
i Honors MembersOf Sought For Those Hi thing short of this goal will log. 7:30 p. m I to the nn pre.clntlon the many .wonclrrful .
nf Chapttr 0,9(13( Law
QC'GLADYS I News MediaRepresentatives With Low IncomeDuring deprive our children yoursand Thursday Apr 1 Quarterly : frlendt1, for their. klm J \br .rerld.. Ants or 1541, will
mine. So, the question is Conference 7-30 p. m. : ro ISi'.r with tl,>. Clerk of lice
KEYNOTESBy -.- Do we really want excellence Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30.: noun given to> ua during; ourrcecnt Circuit Court In and for Bradford .
of the local recent ,years, one of bereavement! County, riurlda, upon rc *-
3IOOTY news media who have assisted the critical area. of the county C. :,I. nark for our children and If Wo sincerely thank Dr. Pete lpt of proof of piiklltmtlun nf
so, what price are we willingto IIRTHICL: BAPTIST this notice, the flutltloua' name
Phone 96.0651I with information concernIng school system has been the l-'elos! Dr. T. O. Rltch Rev of WAY-e1DE KEI'AlRa under,
varied civic projects, wr absence of a kindergarten pnyfBHS ( IU'IKIISlInh.y II 11:. Willis, pallbrnrers', and which I am .n....." In btiMlna .
at Ilouta 1 Hux 5. III..rke.
guests of honor at a dinner program for children In families This space, Is usually devoted School 10 a, H KcVVitt C. Jones! FuneralI Fla.

I OES Chapter Members Attend given by the Starke Woman's with an income of leas to 'the happenings) and Mornl.iR Service: U a. in I (tome for their services. Fam- H. W. Craws; Rout: S Box >,

Pays Tribute DKG BanquetMrs. Club last Thursday evening. Ulan $3.000 annually accord- needs of the Junior High BY-LINE Training'! Union 6.30 p. m Inv nf Mrs\ Freddie Rlltngton.; stark alai, Plortdn.thla' 14th: aolw day owner vt "March, ,

Thoae given recognition on ing to Charles E. Francis, School However,, as a J pinch Evening Service, 7:3i:: p. m A, D.' lUll at "Htarkn., Bradford. .,
I To Mrs. Hunt Muriel Norman Mrs. thla occasion were E. L* Matthews principal of Starke Elementary hitter for Mr. Temple, I Intendto Afidweek Service Welay fill!: KIUHT 1OIN1I ter Ski.wav ; County Florida. a/Si 4tp 4/lS

Edna Hart and :.I..... Mona editor and publisher of School and director of give the mothers, dads. and 7 p.m.-Rov. \V. U Newman you writ. Cnmo: ha'" and. \oru:
Stark Chapter 224 OES Canova attended the Delta The Bradford County Telegraph the proposed project Head other Interested citizens a orlerl ynur ".11II'1" JEMTBRItliOOK I will 'not h. responsible l for
became a beautiful garden of of Economic Last Thursday and Friday" ( FouatiUn/ Pen. ,TF.EJE debts Inrurrad bv other
Kappa Gamma Society banquet : M. F. Klrnhner, manager Start under the Office generalized accounting: of conditions ClUUtCI! OF GOD anyone
senior itArn.; than myaalf. Bradley A Norton,
friendship on Monday evening WPXE nights the Junior and ,
of radio station ; Opportunity. at Bradford Junior ,
in the Robert Meyer Imp If
March 13, to honor Henrietta Wom chance this classes presented the play. !St.' CUIr st.. Marke
Hotel Jacksonville. on Thurs- and Mrs. J. W. Klncald. "A to remedy and Senior High School.A i,
Hunt, grand representative to at least The Dt-ad of Night" Attend I. S. William*. Pastor I -
t day night. March 18, at the an's Club publicity chairman. situation partially primary concern of the
Maryland.The FEA annual meeting. This outstanding event of waa presented this week by Southern Association: Is the ance for the presentations was Sunday School 10 a. m.11 I
honoree wled under the material received from the good and we appreciate your Worship Services Ha. m. I
The speaker at the banquet the club year was i stability of personnel. Only 21
I' through this garden by the Was Miss Dee Preuach DIrector direction of Mrs. T. C. Hasen OEO," Mr. Francis said. of the 96! faculty members! at support. Now that the play Is and 7:30 7: p. m. You it 1'oouut; a'

marahall, and ,trlb'utes were of Professional Information Jr.. third vice president and Project Head Start Is BBS are continuing con- over, all work will turn toward Meeting 7:30: Wednesday
1 given by the Star Polnta. A I of the musical coming up. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Friday
of the National School Mrs. Tyler Jones chairman community program designed tract (Individuals that have Ii ,
1 gift was presented to her to provide eight weeks of The baseball team played
Public Relations. Association Finance. preschool taught three years or longerin
from the chapter as a token I Washington, P. C. Sirs.I Norman The speaker's table was kindergarten work for Bradford County). This year Gainesville under llnlits bouU-n Saturday 1IKST 1'11:0011TI'UI.'Ii:: : :' "
of love. The flowers In the i I centered with a long arrange children In families\ \ with income 64-63) night and was I
Is president of the local (C1 ) there was a turnover ('I l l'Itl't II I
east had a ribbon with the I I Nu. ment of Fiesta colored flow. of 1 less than $3,000 an- in Instructional personnel 6-1. due to. 10 errors They
chapter. Alpha
name of the state of Mary- era, flanked on wither aid by nually. "It must be a cooperative of nearly i 40 per cent. One should get started In. few II. NaltiMi Grady :MmUIrrScliivlulo

'land wound In them which: low candle holders with year effort between" the days
can readily< see that our school
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school for the week
Party the hlsh
Birthday
to Mra. Hunt. Monday
was presented low tapers. The Individual community schools,. and participating falls' short whenthe, -' | Among those who shared the I miniature families," Mr. Francis enjoyed a safety piOKrwn sUrtliiK :March 23:
For Diane YawnDiane tables held arrangements stability It posed.
Verna! ( sponsored. by DAW: Auto Sup aunts V Siimlny Bcltoi
evening with her were flowers, while said.
of spring :
What la theanewer
P.O.M., and Vincent I her Why ply' They had an eight Year, DIJ! II m Morning Worship', TairmeRs
Brice. Yawn celebrated palms and other greenery Tentative plans for launchingthe when!' i we In Bradford County
P.O.P. of Oalneiivllle.and ., .. veteran Indianapolis race cm" 11 a.m." Yuulhlowllhll"\ U
Wednee
Brice eighth birthday Uy were used throughout the program here Include the are at a distinct advantagedue
Irene Johns, P.O.M. of I afternoon when her mother. club house.Mrs. registration of all eligible pre-. to the accessibility to the driver talk to the students ot p.m.Thurs.,

r Qreen. Cove Springs, a sister 1' Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr., gave a W. W. Hood social, first graders born prior to Dec. University\ of Florida? Wives' safe driving and the program .. April. 1 Choirpriu'llio
of the honoree During the welner roast and party for chairman of the club welcomed 31, 1059. These students will whose husbands are finishing. Included l a film. 7:30 pen Carp's Clauses and Shorts
Matron' Tho senior! are aponsorlnn: \ Fri Apr 'i Adult party,
evening<< the Worthy her and seven neighborhood the guests and Introduced participate In an eight-week advanced degrees! are interested ?
.. Installed the following officers. : children. Mrs. James A, Orlfftn.presldt'M program from June 14 through In securing employment' I a ho Donkey Saturday Basketball/ March same 37.In tit old 1 innime, 7 p.m. Make a I fri-fcct Match!
Hen. gym
*- Elsie Norman, chaplain! ; The refreshment table wascentered of the club who August 6.
In our county! for one or two The game will M IDIMGtt( NTKI.MT: :
and E. at 7:30: p. m.
rtetta Hunt. Organist: with a birthday recognised Mr. Matthews expressing Mr. Francis\ announced that '
tout soon move on to '
years be played on the backs of n.\I..I.I..I. ( 111 IU \II
W. Hayes sentinel.A rake made In the shape of a for the
appreciation preliminary plans call for kindergarten other areas for advancementIn << donkeys. Everyone J'l1"'t'
social hour was enjoyedby figure eight The youngsters support given to community centers! to be locatedat salary Connklrr If you come out and see the RUMP: "' Saul ItliNkV.. MnilUon: N.. .4
the
everyone following enjoyed games and refreshments projects by The Telf'K'Taph.now Stark Elementary, RJE
will. just one statistic. Bradford Admission will be :SO emu, for !
meeting. during the .party hours. in Its !KAth year of publication Elementary Lawtey Junlnr County I I. 63rd out of children and It for( adults. Inviting members frlrml BANDANA

the oldest weekly High\ Anderson Hampton, and 67 counties In regard to the Steve I visitors unwiveil' I, and nnctiurchtxl ;

OF THNKMf Connie ChasteenIs newspaper In Florida. Brooker. Parents Interested In Rank II salary. scale (for teachers to sri-vlres ua ful PRIN'rBLOUSES
CARD Mrs Orlfnn ahto Introduced enrolling their children In this who hold a master Honoree Services HeldWednesday /Sundays: Sunday. 81'hiad l,
f wish to thank all of Mr. Klrnhner a comparative program should contact" the .). In other word., AJ I. y
0..1II Worship. SIM'vices" I IIn I
kind newcomer to Starke. but one principal In their center area counties stntp'
friends who were so In the offer f
our Cha leen Jr. entertained -
Mrs. J. R. .
7 >
for m. and :Ui put' Training >
and sympathetic during who has already make place as soon as possible. prospective teacher nppllcantrmore
helpful. at a birthikiy'\ party .
and death of for himself In the community "The entire program Is dependent Until Union. 4:15: p m.Wrilnemliiy ,
/ the illness afternoon for herdaughtt'r. ''''''1\1 salary.thnn 199
our loved one.--. Th. familyof I Saturday, Connie, on her tenthannlvt'u.ry. i by hi. support of local projects upon Interest shown ford County now offers Mr. Reid, 74 Kiinilly'' night
nun worship' service, fl.1i:: p m.
Ruby Forsyth Bradley.. I on station WfXR. Mr.. by parents before April IS. The Southern Association!

I I An attractive St. Patrick's Klncald was commended for Mr. Francis ..I''". "For fur recently, In sn area meetingIn Oeorge C Rid!' 74. of law- ("> ] prnblou \ \ .
her outstanding news cover. th.r Information call Stark St. Augustine, stated bad arrival at uSlarke cleverly styled! (t
carried out In tey died upon .*.
Day theme was I \ tit II m and. 7:30:: p.m. A
decorations. Connie age of all activities of the Rlementary School M4-3T01. Bradford High School<< neededat hospital' Monday morn- with roll-usleeves; Br, ,..
I the party I ,
I iril'nl" welcome uwnlls all
W m H and her nix. little friends" enJoyed club, and gifts were present! extension 15." .least one; more guidance In*, (otlowlng a short lUn:<.s i win i viII rnllle.I"rhlrr rnud coli.,. Msehln '
I game and refreshments to each of the honor gueets. counselor') '' if we intend ,tn Born In Ooriiia on Sept.11':\( washable, Siii.J2 U 31.
I during the party hours. Rep. A J. Thomas Jr., serving Parents Needed rental accredited. But oan 1690. Mr. Reid had live.aL\. I. Itownn, pnstorIIKIII.ANI / Is

Mrs. Chaateen wag assisted as master of cvremonlea we expect to attract guidance Lawtey for the pant ten )'C"IlI'II."
For (; ) nt\l"I'IOI'r!
by Mm. Robert Turner. for the program<< Introduced Operation personnel, wits ars.already In Pie[ was a retired farmer and: STRETCHDENIM
ItKVIVAI.ItcvlvtU
( III IU II :
Thomas Rahner of St. Augustine "Head Start"Charles short supply' throughout thestate a Il/ pllNt.tmrvtvliu.

Pile BirthsMr. who gave an Interesting\ to ,thls area fit a reduced : : are hili wife Althi nervluea will bn held
Recent discussion: of plans for the E.: Francis: ", principal salary rhrlule? Let Hi-U or Lawtey; two Ht the! IIUhlaiMl IluutlstCliurcli. ,; '

and Mrs. Ronnie Patray Qusxlrtcentenalal" celebration or Starke Elementary!' School This year Hr..I'orrl ll.g'i ilnuRhU'ifi' Mrs. O C. Norton March 2 tluvuuh :37 JAMAICAS p T I '

In Gainesville. announce the that will take place In <..h. said this week that many parent has eight tticJ-nr'* nut of Of Jacksonville\ and Mrs each evening at 7:30 7: o'clock.)

birth of a daughter Stacy Ancient City during 1M.V lie volunteer will be neededfor field. Thee* tearhers am nail I Clmtlps A. Muth of Vienna Itev Marvin A, Tyler "C>l JarkMinvllln .

KOCHCASH Lynne, on March 19 in Alach- | also showed a color film giving the operation of project properly eertlAxi. 'j hy I tui! slut Vn ; one nn. James Arnold will IM the. evaiuirlUit 1"tuiurtoul

General Hoxpttal. Grandparents the highlights of 8t Augustine Head!' Start when and If U .1s ,in the courses that lliiy tnsch. Held of Jacksonville\ !; eight !and there will bo) |xflul: uln.,.

ua are Mr. end t Mrs. << history, from the first approved for this communityby Not only Is this frowned upon grandchildren and: live great- ws at every. "wrvlceHoniicoiiUnn"

Charlie Oakes. and Mr. and landing by Ponce de Leon to the Office of Economic:: \ by. the Southern AumiclaUon imndclilldr\ I II.IY will InolinerviKl blend of' nye' ,'c,,j.

Mrs. Peter Wilkinson\ of r the present activities. of restoration Opportunity. but by their standard' must \ Funeral services were held on Sunday March< cotton 2S."Y'4m' .

of the Spanish arch- Parent with children enrolled be corrected. Again, w. must I.t 10 a. m. Wednesday 'In 23. with a bm ket dinner. they lit at iharp .. they
t Starke. itecture. will be needed to participate compete with other .chonll I I Jones Memorial Chapel I with Ilie |imstor> Rev C t.'I'yler,1" 'look.! French waist bnd| etl

POT Mr. Rahner then Introduced : as volunteer helper systems. for, "fully quallnedpersonnel. I Rev. George Chlsm official\ extends a rordtid Invitation to tide llppr. Choose from I A ;

Mm. Talmadge Skinner soloist to make UM program a success. Ing' Inlermnnt was In 1ilc 'I'VI"lCt'mMI'Y. all membfin. ant frl..ndll,0\, navy, skipper: blue'( )' or r r

*f"F.csM* Battotve, JCMhlsg : and Donald Pacettl. guitarb Mr. Francis said. "Other W. count ourselves; flcreven Oa. Wednesday attend< all snrylre's.Charley / I white. SI... 1 t* ,It r
) U "'ria... No Btampa taLtrfc. > irks' each of whom presented Interested parent ran be useful at. that ws have flrt"-i afternoon under direction I -

N. OMIgatlna.. ..... everal number of traditional in many capacities he U secure the quality of personnel of Di-WItt C Jones

Come Is Bark) Week *r Spanish music All of theQuadrientennlal added. that are now employed. Funeral home I
Several Thnea a Day and ..... 1 TV wore the major alms of I. Consult
Tsar raKE 000tr.t". colorful Spanish costumes, project Head Start I I. to provide hays In no way to this (print I

Ticket.La Rentals which added to the effertlve- a kindergarten program : eliminated the nigh turn over,, I II .

t Wrtk'cWinner fleas of their entertainment. through local community par of trseller personnel. A mlsry i o CHURCH l
Freeman Register Jr. Members of the Little Wom ticipation. srne/ttil that ID 1 somewhat( e I Ii

en's Club also dressed In the "ThU community participation competitive ", If" those of other ; NEWS !i MATCHJNG> ,

Cash Pot NOW Spanish motif served .h. supper must Include the all- Ffcirm counties Is Imperative. ,, .
$1 Per Day ) which featured barbecued slatanc of all Interested par WwaMia a.MMtaB M I
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$25.00 .1L1.NEW fOKTBI.Kft: chicken and Spanish rice ruts;' the principal said. Tentatlv The arm of persmmel.. .Is Methodist Church I E. CANVAS

Mrs. (Islffla:
Quality Pro** mtttt qualityFrewripUna l to all of the club some preentas part time plagued. with dilapidated bolMIngs. ., Schedule for the week: I I I Johns CASUAL
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Hrntrm at : committees who helped make helpers to assist In the areas Inadequate\ classroom Friday' VCH Teaching In-

Krxw niu'os' the supper am outstandingaurrean. of transportation\ maintenance spare, snpplle. equipment, library .. First Church. O.&lIt'a.vlllft. .ihuut' lhh 1I1I1'"lIlIn:
Heft Year Ne.t Rs FlDedKOCH'S She especially thanked food services, and as iMmka, and a html of I 10 a. m. Story !Hour In I

AT Dahmer'sII Tyler Jon... who barbecued classroom: helper other deflclvnrlo Mr Casey Church Horary. 3:15: p in ",\'n.' dealers. are ruprrliIn 199

the chickens. If approved. the Head Start and th. Bradford. County Brownie Troop| 8M meets. I (lirir lirlil,' (nil.. iixn.illy. ,

I rare nrrivrRT! : : F.. ran Ph. 9ftM77l!' kindergarten program will bot School rvmrd Nave proposal, a 3,19.; htivir little knowledge, and

t I Christian, Church located! at Btarke Elementary.: Elementary! Law snlnUofl to this.. problem; that i iIs. ,Sunday, -- Church rVlinol.B4) ) '1.I: l"IIf"'l'm'|> with mild.' InMuranrv ll..it.l..1IaIPep.., ,

Youth Social School.Junior RJE High. Anderson.' I no\ p.r runt of the nwtrack -. : a. m. Membership. TrainIng unit cl.ilni hrrvlrt'. t e n ..tal. .......1..4
tty .
fund pledged to a Murnlni I I
Class, 10 a m.
Hampton and Smoker!' It It wli4. l to IntUl. mikripinif .. tkaseeise. .
bonding fatmie to construct, Snack. Hii '
Worship Ham |>-
Tbe Crusaders for Christ contact ,JllC'.. Innur. well 4' INp.
mule
All volunteer may *
and maintain.. build- i
renovate, per' for MYF, H p. m. Youth
Youth group of the First the principal of their school an(p nllli M... UM'al' inilrIMmlrnt SIo. 11. 10.
Evening;
Meetings 9-30: m
p
:Christian Church held
a social
renter> or call Mr. Francis at Ings.We must concern\ ourselves : 'InMiirunrv.. 4icrn( (?"
last at
Saturday night Btsrke Elementary, phone
the home of Mr. and Mrs.'
\ IS.
H4.2101.on Charley E. Johns
: Virgil Jordan.

I The IS and, refreshments dorIng I
'lII"m- ; 1.11: H. Wulnut' Ht.
the evening Mrs. Bradley 70 I
I. Mr and Mrs. Jordan were II I I I'IIOS) : !'Iii 1.02f"

aaaUterl by Mr. ..1IIt11.' Of Starke I1j; C -

Charles Reese 'In entertainingthe .
Jaunty Jet HeelWITH t j young .people.Girl Mr. RUby Forsyth lied Thursday Bradley.] -
of Starke.
70.

morning March II. 'In a local WIN THIS BEAUTIFUL A NEW\ PLACE TO EAT
THE : Scouts __petal after a short Illne**. .

1'J Celebrate 53rdAnniversary She was born In Bradford ....

County on May 7. 1134. the

daughter of the lat Hsrney ( r ,. DOWN. TOWN. !
\ I and Lurtnda OrUfU Forsyth. "BIG

ktadAUfQkJ fluty-five Brownie and Sh* was a Baptist and a lifelong g
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a <1lrl' Jtrowta' celebrated' the S3nlA resident of Bradford ,

ritti VfTstry of Girt scooting County BUNNY"r THE KITIHEH

on Wednesday, Marrh. IT. with I Surviving; are two brother

a Weiner m *t and hike .t Vases Foriyth of Starke. and

CoM t Plead. Branch mat Park. I I Tommy ForsrU of Jacksonville

WHAT Partk-tpatlng' In this outing I ; three sisters.. ., Mr. Ethel r

STYLE 99 wen the Jnnlnr, Cadeti. Bell and Mr. Alma Ixurrk. NOW OPEN !
3 Brnwnt. and Senior troop both of Stark*. and Mrs. Ac .

AND from Stark. and a new nee William Jacksonville,
Brownie Troop started by Mr. I Funeral service were held ((4 FEET
i I ; In
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VALUE! Tom Casey at Lawtey The at :3 p m. Saturday In theDeWitt -- Specializing ;

girl were cnapernrved by the C. Jone Chapel with ..

Cfvr roll-top pV"'Pf !16-ra. Mrs Wayne Whiff.n. Rev. W (. Neumans' officiating. TALL) !

rtra thin i'.thi;( Brownie leader MJM! Kay Oar- Interment.. In the
Home Cooked Meals At
.tt.. Slack' ,f belt Junior troop; and Mr*. family plot In Klngslry Lake I NOTHINGTO Working People'sPrices

pafl"a or V J Kpengler, Cadett and .Henkw Cemetery under direction of BUY!

whit.; A Troop leader Several parent DcWIU C Jones Funeral

helped provide tnwwpnrta- Home

p.tiae. :\\It/ > lion* to the park. CARD or THAMK

The Girl Scout a,* at present JJST COME IN AND REGISTlvlRl
We wish to nprea our sincere .
1fRJJJ FOR *el Ume Girl Scout eonkla/ appreciation to nt.una'' ,
and receipts will be used to I IheJ

I \'A EASTERAND pIN,. ramping. .<.|*tpaMnt and shown friends In our for bereavement Uvetr kindness In Across From Courthouse On Court Street

SIZES through th* Gateway Council the recent .death, of Mrs. Mary'
.y m Jarkennrple.riaall. orKTAKKK .
Ben. Stern ahanbaravr: also SLADE GAS
4T010
AFTER law I for the many floral! titrate ;
1ir: 'fMih.u! IJJ at
and cards of sympathy. DORRIS PRICE PROPRIETOR

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TIIITl5? MARCH 2.VTH, IMSI'lrtnml
FOt'&, "R\I'FORO roi'NTY TELMO\I': STARKK. FLORIBV

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307 Cases and driving! white intoxicated. First Born Church of The] Monday night services will be -- : : -
l !, In setting trial for Edwards Living God The BSA Gospel conducted by Rev D. L I
C ,..'.. '..... ,.fi"L; I Judge Yawn noted that the Singers will appear at the Bright and congregation ol
.., "';;'"'It/I/ Heard During I defendant has been convicted First Born Church of The'Lawtey. Tuesday night Rev. : C-0-M-I-N-G I I .
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,;>j "- :" ..\. ,.,.'. on DWI charges eeveq Living God on March 28th uti | A. Vinson and his congiega-
jt\J( \ t "" Pica Day times sln.;1' 1*40. I i 8:00: p, m. Eveiyone is cordially -I anon will be In charge. Wed- i
James HUhland, pleaded not I invited to attend this nesday! night Rev. L. A. NEXT
; Three cases related to highway /guilty to aggravated& assault ,, wonderful affair. All singersare Sampson and his congregation/
hazards in connection and Judge Yawn set the case:i welcome. I will hold services. Thursday
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jWb{ with four-lanlng of U. S. 301 I for a preliminary hearing I I Regular! / service will be held night services will be conducted i THURSDAY FRIDAY' SATURDAY '
} north of Starke were hoars: I Henry L. Martin pleaded no as follows: Sunday School 10, by Rev. S. W. White and >
I by County Judge T. A Yawn. defense to charge or IM.//1U.. I, Morning service, 11:JO. EvenIng I congregation of Staike and:! I -

.L ...i at plea day here Tuesday. and battery, and after service 3 p. m.. YPCW Rev. Levy Lennon and his i I CITY WIDE\
walon-I I
Florida: Highway Patrol Sgrt.Ilamp ing the defendant to will be held at 6:30.: Night; congregation of Macclnny.Filday -
lit left I... .lolm SliinniuK, acting rcvri'iition director Spears said, however, ways, the charges were dlamlsned. service at 7:30.1: Pastor Elder night services will b- I
presenting. : the Tournament and Championship| troptilew that better slum In the construction Flax Howard; Repuiter lie- conducted by Rev. L. McKay
to Hud Spnm, toimi was niposotl> of the following coon: Spears, KnnniTlinmiu .> accidents by SO percent fines totaling $967 were levied I Orove Methodist I Sunday School will be con-
Gary Cole, Lamar \MlIiinm! Billy Utmllnff, WayneIlnrpcr In recent weeks. and bonds totaling about the Church School will begin at ducted at 9:30: a, m, with I Starke iferchillltsI !
Hilly Otulwln, Tom Moore: Donate Huirxtrlt. anti IVteKrynnlih. Replying to questions by same amount were ordered : 10 with Supt. Leo DfSue in supt. John Diggs !in chaise
Judge Yawn, Spears noted the forfeited on non-appearance I charge. The Spring Rally will; At 11 a, m. devotional services
Improvement, but said a bottleneck of the defendants. continue until the fourth will be conducted: by Deacon'i
Junior Basketball, Champs are pictnreil nt right above' : still exists In front of Arrest warrants were ordered I Sunday In April. The winner Tom Bryant Introduction of I
1st row (l-r) Archie' Thomas, Roger Kelly and row: j('"....." the Highway Patrol Station.In by the judge agalnxt a of Miss\ Pleasant Grove will'' speaker will be Mrs. Carrie I _
John Buckley Mike FORK, Stanley Gay, and Jimmy Crosby.Itnlph I the first of the three number of persons who failedto be announced at that Urn-.1 I Mosley. Speaker will be Mrs I
Gllpln I* not pic 1 tiirril.RECREATION. oases. Leon Conner of Ht. 2. appear In answer to sum The pastors and officers are I I Clemlne T. Daniel. principal
Starke pleaded guilty to failure mons. grateful to the women for the I Elementary School Sanford.At II
to yield right of way and splendid program rendered by I 3 p. services will be con- I f rMya
wan fined $25. Mrs. Blume, 80 them and to the various I' ducted by Rev Clarence Ste ,
NEWS The other two accidents Involved churches and Miss A. D, Anderson ger and congregation' Pleasant -
Alton James Wells and Services Held our speaker! for participation : Grove Methodist Starke d

Charles Howard Bradley both Monday Morning on the program and The Carnation, Club will be s
charged\ with driving In the making/ it a success. guest in this service

MEN'S BASKETBALLThe In tho-loague.I Anyone Interested wrong lane on 301, just northof Mrs. Carrie Outherle Blume NOTICES! I BARBERING
men's basketball season may contact the City Waldo. They were fined $15 87, widow of the late Wm. F. All members of Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. David Jonas,
closed with the Tourna- I;, Recreation' Department 01' each. Blunw, died upon arrival Grove Methodist are asked to Sr. are proud to announce
ment final Thursday, :March| League President, Townsend Also on the docket were a Tuesday at a. Jacksonville meet at Mt. Moilah Methodist -j that their son Edward Jones
18 'Tha Rebels, coached'by Strickland. I largo/ number of speeding hospital, following a sudden I, in the fourth Quarterly i has completed his course! in
Bud: Spears, won out over the I Start making plans to see I eases. In one, Bobby Lee Bryan illness] Conference. Rev. Clarence i iSteger bartering.\ Is a 1963 Grad-
Seniors by a score of 6f to 2$. one of our League Teams play I was charged with driving Mrs. Blume was born In the I, pastor. i uate of RJE High School and j !
The Settlors were hAndlt:aped Eddie' Feigner, The King and:! at 80 mph and gave as an Belmore section of Clay Coun I New Hope Baptist Church I II attended Lincoln Barber Col- ,, L'V'
by several of their key play- His Court, the oiUlnal: four- excuse the fact that his ty. on April 1, 1877, and was will hold:! their 34th annlver-j lege in Tallahassee. Edward i I
ers being: in the Jr.-Sr, play man softball team, at the high speedometer was not working. the daughter of the late Jack I sary honoring Rev LV..|: took the State Board examin-'I'
Thursday night.) ThB consola- school field on April 11 at 2 He was fined $100 or /given and Rachel Johnson Otitherie. Mosley, puator. beginning| atlon on March 8. and paised'!
tion game was won by the I p. m. Tickets are now on sale I five days in jail. She had made.: her home March 29! to April 4. I I very successfully. Ha plant to'
Spartans 49 to 14 over the Contnct ,john Manning at the A Hllliard teacher, Thomas with a niece Mrs. Nettle Services will be an follows:) work in Gainesville. 1 I w 1.

Jaycecs. This was a very successful Recreation Center. Edwin Berry, pleaded guiltyto Simpson, In Jacksonville for I I f
basketball season LIT1LE LEAGUE following too close, and !r the past three years. Prior to
Several good comments were AND JR. BASEBALL causing an accident. On', that, she had made her homein
made by the men concerningthis A'tl'dil11; )> to the advance learning that Berry carried no I Starke for many years. She
.. season along with looking regLstar this ]looks as If the liability Insurance, the Jude was a member of the Churchof FLORIDA
forward to playing again Baseball season will be a big said, "Is this what you teach Ood. I i
next year. I one. We have about 75 boys your pupils?'* and then fined Funeral services. were held
JR. MIDGET BASKETBALL:I registered for Little League him $23.Virgil. at 10 a. m. Monday in the I
It is Important that all ,, and about 50 for the Junior P. Packham Jr. Starke Church of God) with
player get their uniforms League! pleaded guilty of failure to report Rev. L. S, Williams offlcla
turned into the coaches so On March 20, a meeting was an accident; he was ting. Interment was in the -THEATRE -
that they can be cleaned and held for the discussion of fined $25 and reminded that family plot In Elzey Chapel 1
put away for next year. rules and regulation of the any accident involving per- Cemetery in Union County OPENING TIME
SOFTBALL LEAGUEA r League with Charlie Johns sonal injury or $50 damage under: direction of DeWitt C. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

meeting was held Monday ,I and Randall Davis. About 100 must 1 ba repotted. Jones Funeral Home. 6:45 1'. M. .
nlfiht. March IS, and the Lea- boys showed up. In other cases heard: .,
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2 "
gue President and one member On Saturday. March 27, the Two sailors,Thomas Earl] J. R. McClenaghan :
of each team decided:! to boys will report to Townsend Harvey and Frances Paul
open the season on April 13, Strickland and a staff for Instruction Stlny pleaded guilty to illegal) Services HeldIn
and have a split season. The : at South&lde School discharge of firearms: the FRI., SAT. MARCH 26, 27 az
Dyal CemeteryJames
schedule is being planned now field at 9:30: a. m. Instructionwill former' 'was fined $150 and
rt for the season ahead. We consist of base running the latter $100. Harvey was I Russell McClena Double Feature Program

would like to announce that sliding, throwing, catcher, also fined $25 for speeding. ghan, 74, of StairkP, died Wednesday -
Monday, March 29, Is the pitcher.We Both pleaded not guilty toj I March 10 at his horn I An unusual motion picture experience!
deadline for entering teams i are still in need of par- malicious damage!! to a signboard here after a surldcn Illness. SAVINGS
ents to ]help In the league, :!, and the Judge!! dismissed Born at Highland on Jan. 1. ?& oorjfirsr vugmss
and also for umpire and manager those charges.E I
1891. he had lived In Bradford WALT DISNEY 11BWWI
Plastic Notebook $2.30 at the of the teams. Anyone interested O. Barrlngton. pleaded County for the past 40 years. l I L fkja-t >
TELEGRAPH.II I please call the Recre- guilty to two counts of petit He was a retired farmer and I..
ation Department or Charlie larceny, involving failure to a Baptist USA
Johns and submit your name deliver (goods that he had\I I
I Surviving' me his widow,\
TEENTIME I and failed to
f taken order for
? Helen H. McCl! "na Khan of '
Recreation center is Judge '
The deliver. On questioning I I'
Starke; two daughters\ M1'sEdna th'flf'f I'j
open ench Saturday night Yawn learned the man had/ Snylor of Rochester' N'I, j)
from 7 to 11 p. m. Attendanceis been held on similar chargesin Y.: and Miss Mary McCJen- gk4r
you havequestions' growing so come on down, both Lake City and:! axhan of Jacksonville; two TECHNICOLOR'I
teenagers, and have some fun GaInesville and then fined stepdaughters, Mrs. Elsie I
about and bring your friends. Mr. him $35 on each count, plus Moslev of Maxvllle, and Mrs Plus V'
and Mrs. John Manning are restitution!' Patricia Horn of Starke: five I
your militaryservice Teen Directors -Ell Gibson and Aaron sons. Owen of Jacksonville: II

ADULT FREE 1'LAV Holley pleaded guilty to John B. of Marietta, Oa.; David I
The Starke Recreation Cen- charges of gambling and were and George both ol THE BOWERY/ BOYS 6ik I Ir
your local National Guardcan ter will be open for adults fined $50 each Six others, all Starke; and: James R. Jr of
each Thursday night from 7 involved in the same case, Jacksonville Also survivingare In ,
help you to 10 p. m. Come by and meet made In the Reno section ten grandchildren.

your friends Get a group together pleaded not guilty and were Funeral services held JALOPYSun. r
In StarkeVisitCWO play curds, ping-pong, notified to stand trial on' were
at 3 p m. Saturday at Uu _
shuffleboard. etc. Each Recreation June 1. The men are Eugene
graveside' In Dyal Cemetery' a
Al Crosby Board member ls taking Diy, Sam Hicks Oarnell s
Mon. Tues.-March 28 29 30
with Rev.' Lacy Conway offi- ., ,
Armory Bldg. turns opening the center each Houston Thomas Bryant.
ciating. Interment was In the
or Call <)G 1-2211 Thursday night. Come oa out Thomas Albert and James family plot under direction' of loth entury Fan priMt An Anoclrt.i and Ald-kh Company Production a .... av
and have some fun. Smith.Other DeWitt C. Jones Funeral '
cases set for trial Home. BE/FE 1 i'5/1IB/ 'tiIiII MDa ,
were: Lawrence Emory Wilkinson -

EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING driving on wrong( side JOSEPH coma
of road: Uilah Sears, BurchJr. TilE itioirr POINT for the C
Co,1PLETE: .. driving while license suspended .
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SERVICE AND NEW INSTALLATIONSFREE ; Edward Johns, exhibition : way yon .te. Come In and

I of a dangerous weapon: rlfft your favorite ESTER-!\ ,
ESTIMATESPhone :\ I Catherine Tyson Bell allowing ; 14 !
ttn-authortaed:> person to HHOOK Fountain Pen TEi: .EGRA1'N. rA
964-2904 drive: Balout Edwards Jr..
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driving while license revoked f

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"HUSHLHUSH
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
In Florida:!
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY SWEET -

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in the game room }r

.. TOl'UStY-- I CHARLOTTE ,
HUVKS WIN ;
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beer's the one... 1 RJB High School All 111'18I $ ; <
The Incredible Bradford,I, Interested In joining are asked r
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Hawks won their annual to attend I i i w r JVVIwter* TT** *
for good taste ( iG si CfClt I 'Semi-pro Invitational touina-[' 110SCOUT1oI OREHOO'-....... : ?t t r4 Pfjg
ment lust Saturday In the I Witii it C111PSal'VICTOR BUCKO
good fun Clarence Williams said he ?_ _.?.. i
ruE High/ Oymnaalum. The I I'
.Is making plans to meet with MdRYAS1OR.w.:.r. ROBERT AiCRicH-HEiirfF(( RRfu-LuKASHEiLE( FMK.L
host team overwhelmed the
the Boy Scouts after the 4th _

c I't stubborn Julius by[Moot Phantoms a score! Chandler 101108.of Jacksonville and- ,.,1 of announcement April. Watch, the paper for Wed., Thurs. March 31, April 1 Place Your Ad d In This Gigantic Home Coverage

% i Clll'KCH' :NEWS

Cleveland the Hawlu!, Davis in tills sparked very exciting for- 'I I, Greater Allen Chapel AME: I Lt Iwuiut7, tuuut.iuutd b, mt.fr a'ri tM >'M-trnrurn: -- m .:.IuuWtl, Mr. Complex For Bfst Results.
Church will begin services
championship contest.
Participating team! were as I I,, with Sunday School at. 10 with Z Wiwii She's all out for kicks and every ,
follows: the Trotters of Daytona :MUw Fannie Bell Frazier In !
I EXCITEMENT
I I charge Rev. L A. Sampson ill inch of her spells>
Beach Dukes Don and TRI-CG5JNTY SHOPPING; NEWS
Phantoms, of Jacksonville I I will be host to the second
Semi-pro' team of Jasper.Cannons I I Quarterly Conference with
of Fernandlna, mid Rev. A, R Richardson/ in ANN- JOHN PLUS -
the Hawks. of Starke. charge. Morning. service at 11 ,
SCHOOL.' SEWS: I I a. m. with the message' bring ; BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH
RJE will be host to the District delUered by Rev. A. R. MARGRET FORSYTHE
1 You name your game: ,piuo pongor clicct: 5 Vocal Music. Festival ardvm. presiding Elder RICh-I I COVERAGE
Jacksonville
\f ors, cards or chess. Play it !bard], and it I on Saturday\ March 27. Regls- 'I will be furnished District by the ..r
trattoii wUl begin\ at 10 a. m.
cakes a lot out of you. That's when you I We are working to make this ior Choir. Evening service will i
,I i Froln Maxi;l1c To Melrose
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be held at 6 p m. with Rev. .
like most to settle down in a soft chair :and enjoy i a grand affair Mrs. Willie '
Rlchardaon In
your Irlcndi: talk and your beer's tatc. Beer was tI'el\8.Mae Randolph is music direc- ,, will be furnished charge by the Music Sen- I j
made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool i The Band: of RJE will, participate for Choir All boards arc asfcei -
to have written reports. All From MMcllcburg To Lake Butler
In the District' 3 Band .
< you cheer your taste.So next time you're playing! I Festival. In 8t Augustine on leaders are sited to pleas

tome sociable at-home game, take time I'Saturday, March 27. L. B.. contact all members.All (E:1tVest t )

out for the companionable taste of beer Monroe director. Senior Choir membersare !
asked to meet for rehearsal -
UNITED. STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. @ GIRL Gill SCOUTSAll Scouts are asked to Tuesday night, March' 30 ,., Please Let Us Have Ycur Copy by This Friday Noon
elf' 'Ur.a
Alh:
'.O.MX 27J.WIMTER PARK,LOftlCA:: meet Monday. at 3 and Friday at the church. MU F.nnl I .
morning at 7:30: in room 2U;: Bell Frazier, president I I- J -::- -:-_ -- ;:- -_ ;- -:-:. 0-: - _7.M.1QE .- :.- -==-





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\ Hurls 2-Hitter llalon M t Mi, I ,n. friinh,. f' i.riij. ) ,
Hamilton JM ICi l AJ AJp A 1>. II w .,r'H, MM ,.avd I. W il<*r.
to 1 + P Wllli' i 'u \II .ndI. I .,ill.. K ,Jaa.
I. H.. llarix. r / "I'crrv' ,
? ilM.rii* v iitHt. ". lirornado b :" "";' Ki, nm-ra, v\ iijrurI'ltllllril '.r....tnn.. W rl'.rmdr.,, .
Nine Drubs Si. Augustine .. L. "rillllp! II I II I lTu. >,'l'a'A 1 1r.
': ; hut. !Mnlo II I ,i-v VI.' ... "nil.1.I1'IIYIIII.. \ :. -
W 1MV|" K. V. Tried
.. J M nilvnril, 'RJnuT ll Hnwar
i I .ininm: :: H, t'rnwfhrf ... :
I K:: uirt MvrlcKi
[Sending 11 men to the plate It was/ the first diamond and he scored when It sailed I 8011 !o o... i >wiii, n .Alvurca, Jr.ilMr f..- .r T>..nl"l.*
..jfefthe first inning lit St win for !the Tornadoes as well into left field. Reese was not l I 8t. .\Ulu..Um' Game '' llri'Wtm t .l.la,"..,. H.: Millar
Augustine Tuesday Bradford'siTornado as a Florida Star Cant:rencltI Injured when hit by the ball BUS Vi,,, ii.rlit :MvfalUluat r..:. (" lllHll"tli | '
.. I Pl IVa M SiMiltI
t to> rile Kli> i-fa
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nine scored seven I victory. A Clo ot Jacket hurlers All players are required to I'' ab r hAkl'Idde lic.ii..In.! .> 'r.>lbirlriini I :pi'In.belii,, n.niey: '
[Ins and went on to whip the walked even lied 1 batters wear the protective helmet: 2b 3 1 1 Mill Wult.r' Intitry' !
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I'll 1 n..n ]lilt linn\ It'.1' I'.ii plTI
fjrackets t, 8-1 loading the babes twiu lor while batting and running! th:3 I Reddish' cf 3 1 1 tie Tl... ,. Kora: .jrli' I K': ).1. I'nrho.
douoles by catcher Uwlglit basei. Jl'alsa" lIS 3 1 0 .. I* .V'urrlKli. I Tltoivn. H WliMl'..n. J,..
Elcer;: and first baseman I !.. Joey The first of a five-game McLtod 3b 3 1 1 > it.may, I.r""h\. 11 U Mlittt,. \
1 r l ltt ) Reese who drone in two runs'1 home stand by the Tornadoes: l I Elder!: 0 4 1 1 t... .., Kill: \"'.. OH ,UK \ III 1.1 If*
each. Is Hinted Friday when' Palat- I Sand rson If 3 1 1 I' F' (li><.'lliv Thelin.iN. marling
Miltlv rnrl.'r .1.lf>. Mnry' 1 It\'rlea i ..
Senior pitcher Mark Hamilton ka. perennially tough will : DoUillI'f 3 1 0 > : hurled a two-hitter at come here for a contest at Reese Ib 412 r: i r l'nrl..r' i '.1, "rl',.
Va-. .n K"r.. ...tlifilw rimritr Ti,% ."'.r +
the Jackets to even: his record 3:30: m. The Reds will taken Hamilton p 3 0 1 .
p. .: .eNi| II 1 ituinwII. I \I,.. ,I.IK-II.. -, .< 11.h..I' ....1
at 1.1 this season.: He allowed Lake City here next Tuesday : Totals 29 8 8I I a ."., <1. IPrI. rx.llA :MiitulyJfitilila !
only one run walked'', at 3:30: p. m.Phfht lt<>> 'l'.. Wlllli',. ,. M'I..n. .
K H.I..Tiviiiun I vii. .rla 1 1'i
four and fanned five. The errors were the main Seymour Named .- i ti 'inianiwin, ., > .ri...i. Ki"...
Tornadoes collected: eight hits cause of a 8-1 drubbing handed I it,,.. i* T I I.,n.. a I 1"I., ..ct'r
\V It \\0111"" M' t 1. W.u'.......
and turned in
a pair of double the Tornadoes:: last Friday ,
Most I
Improved ijinrrn \l''' Miiuli Hual' Aw.avlna.n' '
plays. Hamilton started;i;; by Class AA Oalnesville High. ---- --.. -

1 the first double play and The Hurtlcanes! tallied three Of UF Backs I From left) Drew, John' Arthur, lfc.!ph. and Jimmy" IdshlUh.' four of the seven amp ofsheriff

third; baseman Wayne McLeod ,, times in the third on three I anti :tlr. I'. 11 l KtslillHh. who ire nirmVm, of the Mnrke Nntlonul Oiiurd' unit
the second. errors and a fleldrr'a choice ,
..1 The Tornadoes have lost twoI and five times in the fifth on Halfback Hul cymour..r'' I II
'' Reddish Sets A Record
i I and won one to date four Bits errors, one hit anda Starke was ono of two unl-j Family

The eltfhtli Tornado run wait The lone Tornado run versity of "F'lorMn" Uuturn. If

came in the sixth Inning.I came In the seventh when tetvlng the most improved I Ibftck" For Service In The National Guard pr
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Rees doubled went to third pitcher Emmrtt Akrldce stole award at prlng prnc

I'I on a passed ball and scored second, stole third and scoredon tlce In Galne v111.. la.it week. .Few i llf nny I families. In hers: of the same unkt" ..ay.I National tiuard.: but\ I this i h'>

nih.y .mole o.. when an attempt was made a passed; ball. It woj the The other awunl-winnuig' back th'j t' S cOuld" compel! with I. dipt Orovv Reddlnh. who\ the only nil. I know vtvh..tc f

Its h.ndl.. Dh.hy 11.. I to pick him off third baa:. seconj' time In a week that .vas Jimmy JortlunH I I tho family of Sheriff and :Mrs formf-rlv" .nerved na eompimyonininndir. there wei..* only even children

1 I The boll from the Jacket rluht-h nd3r Wayn Ricks I ------ .-- -- -- r U KihUliah of Stnrke u* u "' In a family all boys< unit

Spring I catcher bounced: off the pro- had beaten the Tornadoes I' *>urce of manpower for the "Soven' children nil boy' where each of them hat "erved .

tertlve helmet worn bv Ree e { 1i ;National. Ciimnl. ; which /gives: them 100 per in the Oimrd.;" call 1 Cupt
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SPECIAL i The Reditnthe. have seven ,I rent membership In the NAtional 8111.Hlwurth.

.mm, and All acven ut nor I Ciitinl... I hi a record. tn'be "Thl prow that v" bo

On Original I Softball King To Play Here time' or anothorhave enlisted I! proud. of." commented Hove there U much to begitlnol
:tstc s
In the local National '1 Capt JAn,,,.. F Mloodworth by being a monirwr lit

TUNGOILPA1NTS f In Exhibition Against Garden nii.ird unit. Four mo atlll ur-j j unit rnmmlln'r.C"ftpt. '' I the National (11111"' '." rnmmen- _

lively serving in Company D II| Kedill. I. presently. > I I ted Lt. ItcdillMh. "And We I h

Bolntercxi by 44.11 won- hurling. Feigner says It'* ;; mtj6
'[lust record 1 lat season, thai'I merely a nwtter. of .ntamltng | h..lqllul.tC'r.l In Stirka.. :i Mnlnlermnce' Of fleer,, and 1.1 I I mon tn take advantage of I

:, Garden Kevlsurant Softball! at a 9O-4lrgr angle to the h I Shown above I ifrum IcfUAIY '| employed .*. a ..uprvl.'r| i l>y'trm I' till opportunity"

SUN;( KINO: (OUT. Term will meet stiff com: *- i plat and stepping. straight C:,,,pt.. IIrow l> F. KciMmli: i flacon\ Company, : lit Ill ,|

SII)KVII1TK: : REG.: 'talon In an exhibition' Ifan01 \.I forward.' Ho mwur his an- | v SIM Juhn A. )lteddlnh( SI'S: j mining operation: ennl of j!II ..."....1 Criwkrfil ri i i

$5.20 (UI,. \ April 11 with Eddie .I'elgner'a -!|I glee' by touching his cleats I Dolph K. Ilfetillah. and lot.t l.l.1 I Stiirke' "' ,ator.i>. t.i K>. II\Vulkrr ii iliilpli' Ut. vJn I LANIJLORDSSON : \

nationally famous "King I!I alf'lltn..t. t the edge of the )pitchIng .ru James II rteiMmh. four of the l let I.t RuHdlxh. le l. company i Allno II' M 'r ire '

Spring/ $>f.60 Pita Court." ; rubber" ant. provliling It sewn<< brother who have nerved "twutlve ii'llrrr and I I..* employ.I |I 1 .1.tla.le... Jeiikln. Tunn-r. (''.! 1IIIIIi41jLP'i I :;

Special CJal; Feigner who hernia the enaattonal II U Might.l him pitches will In the local Nntlnnul, Ciunril.. : : l In 'pemunnel. wo>rk.t 1 I. Wllliiir 'l.nlifna. I

four-man team that 1 bo might. In addition to e. unit at one tliu or aiiotheiinre I the !F'lnrlrln'. !fitnle PrlnonPP.1 rA' O.ni4nnn4. ii I'll, .M l J JI
ACR1'LIC.VINYlIxlerinrinterior ha.* been featured on televt-1, I WorM W I\r It.I I : RpiMlNh' I.Uda, >N Illlnin* I M.t.
r pitching hllndfoMed. Feigner II I I.* *' litni : Ion' Sport. Spectacular, has hurl. the ball from behind! his I I Other of the Reddish" clan. 1 1I I "nu'chnnir, Anti U employed I 1 Krul, fniliti, I I II

lltK. J3.93; Gal.: ( been pitching oftboll sine back between ,hi* !lel.ti, and vmoiir, who punted foi I who were enlisted. In the local' .. n ''''','hlln''" ot I the I{II I llvnjiiinln Mlli'li. ..ll' M."I'lurkI ,n I j

/ h. warn' 13 yam old. tie. hul>1 f on hU knee. ( the Gator during the pii*' Guard unit at one tlmo are flnrldit :N'nllonnl fluted/ Mnln I II .1 1 Muiiiiiiiaii.. II i

Spring pitched more than 3.000 gam-1 The Garden n..dlll1'ant two Mannn, plnyeil hot); Venn Reikliah. now living In I tennnre Shot>. Cnnip. lllnndlngMP4 I 1 I.,, N. Mt.r11..1frhlwerd. I ,'

$3.30 .is 'winning 2.839. and tying i team has a record of nine wlntbnck Mid defensive &&If. |iec"tur. Al.v. and ",'rvlnIn'/ Kmlillnh.. rir. >ntlv dlrhmged *- :, : Tvli.rlaivy ,lklui, Jr.li.ivlil .

Special (;al. 42. He has fired 441 no-hit- j, straight: year as C..y Chm- ty this pring the Alabama< Nntlonul. Ullllr,1.I I I from the I'8. Army ".11..01..1. ivhlul.y. I

t.r.. 136 perfect game*, anti) plon.i. four time Sub-l>lIotrkt "Hal. I Inn tarn round along !Michael\ I !Mike\ ) !Ced t.II..h.. who, ,' In. MMHlgned' n.* A hnlli'opler. rrpnlrmnn .- I 111,1' Iii'I. l II.I.I.'I. la I i

O a w AUTO SIIPP1Y, INC 8.W' shutouts lie had. a life- Champion, and (Iwo time I time, And up to now has | U unending Murrnv State! I In the 1 Ire'111 Oiiurdunit. > : tureenKUa.heliu smith.. ta1:

41* i iftowNUt srWNt time total of 4 .13IJ atrlklOuta. I lilntrlc-t\ / Champion only .punted." *,id t'K' head. I College: In Kentucky unit,! II. I I..* unending' Mt <. ..Inn (St,..rlln.T6.ma. .. I

M4-444I and one season average I 24 During a 'tough schedule. I' conch' Ray (Irnve. "III i..r- Vernon nwlJlMh. who I I. rmployrd John' River Junior College In I ISOUna: ., lI..d.l Ltfetettr. C..JII

strikeouts per 9-lnnlng (am. this _...n. they .r. ltd tn1 I formume thin spring nke.1, I at ho r'loi-UU State 1 Pn I it tk ii I f n liirrainorU ,

Nijnv1N HAMnWAaE AND SUPPtY He has pt<-h..1 blindfohlod to play Coco Bench, defending I tie believe h* might well b.1 rrl*.'n Then. ni'-n, have' served. on I 1..1.r "'1'(Qrlrfie" IF YOU'RE PAYING

301 C CAU STPHOKt 4.GSO batters and fanned ...001of .state champion. and lla.nla. the only man on the .'' "\\'" have All l| nerved. In the 'nrtlve' dill V n-d, In the local I I I l Ianur< Ib'nti'
them. I I next fall playing both offense ] local liiurd unit Hi time ; ; 1'ihn ""I.... YOU
M4U9I (Wcn.ling rtab clu nplon of I on* I National' (lunrd, wtlh' dlntlnc-,. '. Mill.10' "h.pier RENT ARE.
In regard to his blindfold Qimrgln. ind
I| Townsend. l Ptrirk'tn ff"n- 8 ymuur wk* also elected this. to btt Mini and of n rei>. member of thn (taint, Ol'ra' II .MltrarllI..n4Iti .

eral manager, of the! loculteiun. captain of the Ontor "blue nod In that all the riill.ltcn of'on 'i "\\'* here!> had n number' ," of I .William, II.\,. litlare Ailiiti, START REALOLIVING

wild that a double rK i s the on of Mr I I..... 1 yiinn
NEW AND here tournament in May. 'will beheld and Mr :.IT l>. Seymour ofIUak. I I ui.n'linn| ,..;.IIsnN.reu11t TKuinw. AND
REPOSSESSEDGE I I
I .. .. '. I Evasion; : l I 1 miter TirB'iii' set: I SAVINGTODAY
Responsibility I"llna f:..h
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t.. n. I Irrmll .... tm.V. tdp. I I nrtolfofd, v"tr Oimrc
... YamLr4, I'...,,. ........1.I. .,.I Orrli.. M.1iseIw.fullae >
flla jfnur *na" i>r with I HiI'lirk) Is One Cause Of Crime Here
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;: '3..7f"'I.rl. -if Ihla... Court. .nd b" _r.iiMipy ,. ; llanlr
1 r, .. M ".".hu,, PlainVran. ",......, nand 'Ihr plalnrlflT I I Kvt.lynr: | \, /llannInm
I 1 'I,", .... .. V MrtlabYUku1TIt1t .niainitrra. .. urtorna' whewname llialiKiivac. I A 1.11, IJWI.n
A of ,the,, blame fni '
I.." ...1.", and a"d... I la John K .part tnrrcaxlng lo bot-omo. involved !to""er
<.K HI'IT I H..HMT 7" .rinrMa, Nall/
TT.Th. rr",....nrV. <>f Kl-.r.tl. Mslhhury'r Rank pl.wld.. mil null..'li......p.Ja.'"an1"k...., "'.|' ,. wu* putted "" private "Tli* t-'H crimp" rate Is I IncroMtlng I .Mulil'herl..h.Mnkanl.h.Ytt" .J. '1. .,

I ,.vny. A.....'..... I I" 1116 If >'in. fall' til <.., ... '' clUMn who itvtul five ulnas. fuller "lilril. | ". On Your Approved Lot
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Cheat Deep Freeze $59.95New ,114 11.1... 'U et' ,.",,1.( ." 1. ri'-rlda./ il",ia lilt. day a( Marrh ,I a *|MMM-h at lh. Itotary I i to |<" with the Ituntlon.' l levy, t H.rind, >rfCi.fnl |

>**\ Club last ",,<-kli4xweT The Chief. sell, that the J'?r* iVurtimn.irnxllu

(;.K.: 1.1.000 im Filter Rower TASKSn I.'f oritT i,'It..'..11141.A 'l>.rl.y. (1.k. I said tlint many ixxiplo I j 'l'"i .Uly of the Inure fi>rr* '.. .. I IMa, J,. I MlVL 11 I I
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Air Conditioner RAIN FIKM: ) I Hall
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19" Portable TV's New i | 1n.10,Lila I 1. 11.1 ,era
$88.00 UpBullington's ( Ho Work I II.
In apprnr *i wltin-iwr, ** When NVhon f 'JolniMi |the fore In MnrKaral. Mav Cully MOVES YOU 'IN

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r AOB atx BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORID* - THITK3.. MARCH 25TH,
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admitted to of the 52 colleges within air: calendar] month General Contractor. may. *.- eordanc with the accepted bill i In desIgn, of the .tructuMJy
one
Alter 35 Years I nnil .niifflflin' and Klve to the Owner. contract I .t Bouthcrn
Zeigler Retires tron, rh tiirii" .if tti* flr-& f |1'''"- cure LI lrnwliiKM tt m building- I or universities offeringthe tlcntlon >if r rhlw null''.<.. Kuril I lion I rr.in, I he nffUint, (Ih. pcrformanr, and |>a>'ii,.nturtt for cnimtal' melon Khali !b. j..d.
Contract program. ilalm ""r lenuiiifl .nluill bti In Charnhei, of. (c'ommen' for a }' 1 It'ind with I I aoi..d. ti"mimI aurflclimt I !Shop UrnwInKi must be ,ota.,
With Gainesville: Police Dept.Rupert of the entire writing, ana hull .state lh< deposit uf 110,01)\ per aet with .uri'tlen, "tlMra..tnr I.> tied to by registered nglmt
Completion place of resldenc and pout of- a limit of two sets per contractor. the Owner In the amount of or architect In the itm .
program enables the candi- i riCe- addrosa of the claimant, Th. cost of .a h..t will lUOTi;; of the accepted bid. Tilt Florida. Shop drawing ned
O. Zeigler son of work. He plan to continuethis date to obtain a commission and shall b. nworn to by the : be refunded to the bidder uponhi bidders Said. aw..ment I li Incorporated not .accompany/ bids, howcvrn
claimant. his SCent, or attorney return of the sets to the In the Proposal typical details of .trueturjjsyit.m
the late James J. and Matilda specialty In his retirement as an Ensign 01 a -intl Lieu and any inch, claim or il.- Owner In consideration of tlu Form Th cost of the bond being aced<1 toothvl.
Dryden Zeigler of Thereasa recently teaching roolile patrolmen tenant In the U. S Naval Reserve ;nand not a. fllvil shall bo void. bidder a itffruement iittreliiuft1* hall b* Included< as a part <.m'r: with certification of Iillly (I. KPPNA referred tu.Uen1 the bldder'M haM. bid< tiiiipOHMt by a registered engineer a
retired< from the Gainesville as well .H ireteran lawmen or the U). S Marine aiiimnlMtmtur nt the F.e. Contraotor may obtain Blddor' qualification muabe architect In Florida mu t aconipany -

Police Department after the One\ points of: their Corps R serve. lIe wJl serve ale' of Ax exocut'ir of th. LaulWill additional ert. uf drawlntcunJ .. auliKactoiy. to the Owner bid.
.. than 35 of active duty for a pa l iod 01 H ml TvHt.iniHiil' of Ed ward KpiH'ificAtlunK. and *ubcontractor The owner ruaerv the i lulu l'atcl. this 23rd day <"I March
more occupation. on
years W <',,iillurth' ,ilec-m>ii..d. *, ,mutcrlnl, deulvrranil to waive Informal! In any lUll at Stark. 1"lorida.sPeter .
service. During this time he He has earned a State Department not lea' than three years >.' "rat VullIeallon March l
held every position on the of Education teach Students In the special 1 565. secure full ur partial Meta or to accept any bid and BrudiurU C.>unty *Mtr Aesol&-
S/li 4t 4/& ot drttwinira and 111 p....lfi| >a.tlniib.. any combination. of .iltei tialo, ion
force, from rookie patrolmanto er's certificate in police officer summer aasslon will receive by paylnw. the prlntlnir unit that. In Its Judgment will be H U. Ho* US

chief. He retired at the training through his tireless $78 per month plus texi 4'\1.1. i.OH mix hanilllnir cunt on drawing ut' for the beat Intel-eat, of tin Stark! Florida

age of 62. with the rank: of efforts to upgrade all phases books reached for the Nava. Hnalml, l bide will l b. ri>-lvecl,' the rate. of 12.50 PIT sheet >->iai, ... 4125 2t 4/1
l hy the (}wn-r until. SOIl: 1'. M. not retiirnahie, and b. depositing -
inspector- the first\ Gainesville of police work. He Is a graduate Science courses. Howev: the Monday. Apill I U. IVilli' at the I the sum of ".00 per .net.

police officer to hold that of ,the FBI National will be required to arrange ,iHTIi'int. the Hiitrko-liruilfurd. fur specifications, which roHt I1
of board i uunty .I'hitiiihiT' uf posl tion. Academy: past president for tuition room tarka. Kl.irld.i. lit which time In good rundltlon within

Zeigler joined the Gainesville -I the Florida Chapter of the and tiansportatlon to ano inrl. pluct. all liltltt received wUI 14 "flay after bid date I I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
FBI National Academy Associates from the special summer session .. I>IJ 101I'ly u|,.nod and mad aI I Kut'h bid< must be submitted. -
force In 1929 at the beginning .ind, r"rII'III"hl...... all labor.nil In strict. accordance with the
of the "big depression. former president and a at their own expense. riiulcrlnln fur KpwtllcatlonaI PropoHal. Korin fully completed

." Dwindling finances had I long-time director of the Flor- Upon entering\ the Junloi I Oil5 AililltlniiH to Hraclforil which 1'ronosul Korm will be
1>. Foreman I'uunty: ICxhll.lt liullillnif,* furHranforil shown 1 In the sp O clflcutlunH.Tuch ,
met tha llev. !. W. Crure ICev.
ida Peace Officers Association those who have ; I
forced him to his studies 1-1 year. ; .
drop < County Fair A inn. A bid must be accutnpaneil ON
at the University of Florida. and a life member and 'requirements during the sum- F'lunn Hradfonl ('a. Fair Ass nl i by a Certified... Cashier's CALL24HOURS
]I Past Exalted Ruler of the course will be enrolled as Revival Starts Sunday l IJI MffM'k Hikvnllon. Check. or a Bid IJond. made
mer
Alter two unsuccessful .
one or All work nluill be dons In n.. payable to Bradford .'0. Fair.
business ventures he Elks.In. Contract Students and will ronl.inie with lh.. drawings andxpiviricatlunw. < Aasn. In the amount of 11% asa A DAY

on Gain- commenting on Zclgler's put sue the normal Naval At Madison Street Baptist Work shall b* In aruaruntee. and with an agreement -
accepted an opening: during their '.ii'Lurilnnc-B, with ('till t rat-I I liiHtnutlonii that the blddfr will not DAY CALL 96 1-5291
retirement from the force, -
esville's small (at that time) Science courses .. to IUd.I... and Contract revoke, or cunrrl his "111. or
force. Chief Joiner said "He Is one Junior and senior years. They Ijoruiiifntti, .. pertalnlnirth I withdraw fruin' .the comtietltlunfur !
11-mun police of the most dedicated officers will be paid a retainer pay Rev Francis W. Cruce graduates of the Baptist Theological .r.*to, which drawings and I a period of thirty (UU) days NITE-CALL 964-8591:

from a rookie in 1929 (left), pastor of Calvery Baptist Seminary 1New/ npwlflcatl. InntruutlonH, contract after. the opinlnir. of the bid.
to I have ever known. I feel that of $40 per month.An Orleans. flocum"ntif and form of anil that In the event the contract -
Zeigler progressed rapidly Church of: Scottsboro,
he has made a very fine contribution applicant for enrollmentIn uuntrart may bi. iprurcd or ..x.mln..d I I. awarded< to the bidder
sergeant In 1931. He was pro- must meet Ala. will conduct an evange. Rev. Folder L. Rowin.! pas- nt the office of the he will within ten ((10) uunse-

moted ,to lieutenant in 1942 to law enforcementin the program listic campaign at the Madison tor of the church, extends a Htuk., -"..drorll. County Chamber cutlve calendar day after It Is T.I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
general. and to Uii" City of mental and physical requirements of Comm.r. ... U.IS: N Tuinple submitted enter Into wrItten -
and became a captain in 1946. Gainesville in particular" similar to the regularNROTC Street Baptist Church, cordial invitation to the pub Ave.. HI..ke. Florida.. contract with the Owner In ac-

When Chief W I U. Joiner tooka Basically starting Sunday March 28 lic to attend /the services each

leave of absence in 1947 Zeigler has t-vo. lIters; livIng program. in and continuing through April morning at 10 o'clock and _
must be a sophomore
he
M.S. Khoda\
in thl'1.arl'o''
Zeigler was named chief a less 4. each evening at 7:30: duringthe
Z. Dampler, clerk of the Se- good standing with not _
position iie held for three Congregational singing durIng week.
lective Service Board in than a "C" average at an accredited -
years. After Joiner's return school. If not presently the meetings will be led "If you lilo good gospel
Z.
and Mrs. Ruth ij
Starke _
Zeigler then a captain Grlffls of Theresaa. attending college, he by Rev. Douglas Foreman singIng and preaching, you 9

'took his own leave of absence. must have previously completed (right), minister of music of will not want to miss these

a two-year tour as an FBI at least two years of college the Lakeshore Baptist Churchin meetings" Rev. Rowan said.

Agent during the Korean Navy AnnouncesNew : work with the sam3 aver- Jacksonville. Both men are 20 Word or fowl. one tlm&.-._ .93 Memorial, Itmolutlon.* -__ Bo per weed

crisis. lIe returned to the College OCTA 'IMA ....-..a.'.. .mpi....h .ibid-.-- nhv- If not paid In alvance ___ 1.23 Card of Thank..*, up to OO word.___ ZJfl

force in 1952. and in 1961 I ;ic'l;; requirements i : ba single researchers believe, will Increase NEW BOOKSAt Keyed or Blind A.lEach _______ 1..5 O'.r50/ word _____._____ /fte per wwMI

was promoted to the rank of Training ProgramThe and agree to remain single the potential /success additional word over 20- .05/ Display ad In flaonirird __1JJO per ia*

inspector.During. until commissioned be at of grafts, but will not decrease The LibraryFiction -------

his 35 years on the U. S. Navy Departmenthas least 18 years of 'age a male the need for donors.
announced a new college The Fortune Hunt- Expert RecappingBy FOR SALE! HASTINGS. MATTRESS
Gainesville force, Zeigler became citizen and have successfully "Because thla eye bank is :
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one of Florida's, best- program leading to an officer' completed either mathematics and since ers Joan Alken I mystery 1: Glenn Ready mix concrete concrete & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

known instructors) in policeSTARKE commission It Is designedto or relatively young McVey's Valley -Ray Qauld- PRIElead I block, house pier, sand e.- Tit Lemon St. PaUtk
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through trigonometry many of our pledges are from (Tee Wee) CrewiAlso | dent mortar mix rock, steel.
NROTC opportunities twestern! Progeny of The Furniture Repaired.
open en \
one semester or quarter of young, healthy persons, we ; Full Line of enter" shell "rnerock. roof
to college sophomores now In mathematics. number of Adder Le lle H. MThltten: I Upholstered! &: Refinished
college need a tremendous NEW: TIRES TRtXK The aa-tflecUl gravel. llnteU. BRADFORD

I good standing at any accredited The six-week summer session -I pledges to keep an adequate Goodbye Kate -Billy Clark; TRACTOR ... An SIZES IF- YOUR NAME IS I I !:NOIf. CO. Phone 984-3921. :MATTRESSES REBUILT
college. Junior college or Run Silent Run Edward I
Deep -
academic j Starke trvhi
will consist of said.
to supply l>r. Kaufman PMUBylvanla A Dnnlap POUND AMONG TIIB New Inn rlpdnp
them
university allowing Beach The Pillow Fight
instruction and laboratorydrill The North Florida Eye!: ; HARDY BROTHERS and Box Springs
Contract NROTC CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL PEYTON FLORIST
enroll as Nicholas Monsarrat The
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BUSNESSDIRECTORY! students:! In one of the &2 participating In Naval Science courses Following : Bank 1 I. using this month-- Diamond Bubble -Robert L. SALVAGE YARD AT TirE: TELEGRAPH(, 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Drop V:* A Card or Call
plus physical education. National Eye!: Bank Monthto KA 5-9IM
PALATKA
colleges and universities session Fish; For Kicks-Dick Fran- VM. OI-Nort OFFICE FOR A FREE PHONE 4-413S
under the Navy pro- the summer call for more pledge It is els. TICKET TO TIlE FLORI- NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-12? MRS. PEGGY HIIALLEB

the remainder of the Naval a. simple matter ,to pledge INHfUANCK OA TIIRATRF. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS 209! E. Adkln St.

/gram. Science curriculum Is undertaken one's eyes. A signed statement Non rictlon: Two Cultures AT RF.I){ CEJ) RATES We Wire Flower Anywhere Starke.. Agent

AUTO REPAIRS A special six-week training at one of the 52 by the donor and his next of And The Scientific Revolution AUTO. FIRE flOAT BE SURE TO SEE World t.Cchl u

-- session will be conducted durIng NROTC' universities. kin i is the only formality necessary C. P. Snow: How To DOYLE E. ONNF.R; Book before buying any other P. D REDDISH

Earl's Garage I the period June 10-17 to Application for the summer make the Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne. REGISTER NOW FOR
to arrange Know Birds Ro !pr T. Peter- tNSUIt\NCE AGENCY FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur-
July 20-31, 1965 at the University training session must be mad: Is )local representative airve ADULT EVENING CLASSES
ALL KINDS OF ments. No autopsy required son; Your Freedoms: The Bill tfoUg your nished house on Klngaleyl

AUTO REPAIR WORK of North Carolina prior to May 1. 1965 atany after death and there U no of Your Rights; Managing 1956. P. O. Box 603 Phone! Basle and high school refresher Lake. Connectingcarace.: pier. ]
UCLA. Individualized! '
Purdue University and:! Station. courses.!
Recruiting tfchu
U. S. Navy 064-3794
disfiguration.The Your Money-Lasher!! and Porter "
Available Feb
and boat house.!
All Work Guaranteed Insurance Problems? Instruction. Start at time
in any
Candidates will enroll a Students who are currently :
North Florida Eye Breath of Life
; Donald
IS to June 1. Phone 964-4201.1
9092064So.
Phone
V R FEROUSON 12 00 per course of 18 weeks
six-week summer at regionally accredited Call The Man From
8tark special enrolled a I Bank serve. the area north of E. Carr: Wild Heritage-Sally tfcha I
Walnut.
training session and undertake : Junior college, college -I Orlando, and St. Petersburg.It Carrlghar. "Keystone"George FOR SALE-with no closing: ADCLT students apply

AUTO SERVICE! Naval Science courses that are or university must make I was founded< by Dr. Kauf: cost Cozy little home. All i to Principals office RJE TOMATO PLANTS -, Fruit
studied by Contract for ad- E. LaRue i High School. White Adult students i
normally immediate application man chief of ophthalmologyin Conveniences. Now Is your trees. Shrubs Camellia. Azalea

Gilbert S. Brown NROTC students during their dmlssion at the Junior levelto the University of Florida! Kif,)'atone Helptll chance to own your home. W. I! apply Office to! SE the Wing Adult usa Education etc. All container grown

freshman and sophomore the admissions office of the College of Medicine, and the TilE RIGHT POINT for the IT. Nollman tfchg Eunice Nursery. :3 ml. No
Standard OH Service Station
years.' Successful completion NROTC college: or university Lions' Clubs of Florida. It Consultant F<>r All Your : Building rear. 1 to 4 p. m of Lawte-v on 301. 4tp 22
ATLAS will make the in the way you\ write. Com In and hens.ont dally or write to Adult Education -
of these courses they desire to attend began with six> pledge; now Insurance. Needs.R.preIsQoflnE FOR SALE-100 laying ,
TIRES tt BATTERIES eligible..for enrollment not already In old. each. Phone Drawer 100. Starke. Business FURNISHED APARTMENT
oandldate I fall, If they are 200 pledged a month elect ;your favorite: E.STF.RRKOOK I year $1
$u.t Terms __Road Service at the Junior college attendance at an NROTC college averages 800 7H3-3944.: Ijiwtev. 3tp 3i35 foreign l : languages, andrntirfte Modern one and two/( bfodroo
received
and has nearly Great American. Int. Co. mtNit' available tfcha Units
Phone 96471O7 level of the Contract NROTC or university. Acceptanceat Fountain Pen. TELE- a* well as Bachelor

N. Temple StarkeHURST'S program he is attending or is an NROTC college: or university -r eyes.The Florida Lions' Club GKAPU. The Traveler Inn. Co. FOR R.NTNICt'ly: furnished USED! MACHINE SALESln..er Renner Apt,. 383 W. Washington -|
bedroom apartment. W4-S744.
at the Junior level is Foundation, for the Blind< is Tel 473.4692 Day one Portable $9.93 & t'r Ave. Phone
Hot and cold water furnished Wchil
an eligibility requirement and responsible for about H5 percent 473-4323 Nltes SINGER COMPANY 402 N

Service Station WILLIAMS mu. t be accomplished prior to of ,the bank's financial .. 'Iji.hit (...... or 'Ih.. <.....n.? Private entrance with private Marlon St. Lake City', Fla bedroom I
FOR SALE Two
May 30 1965. .....1.., llrnil(ur Ca Oils Lubrication Ii support. Lion work with auxiliaries Klorl.hi., I.. lri>bnlr. Monthly Payment Plan off street.! Ideal; bachelor apartment 7S3-4081 tfchff residence!! on Pinewood Drive.

PHILLIPS "WV'( ) in many hospitals I In nKarnii.:. ..r ilwar.l: XVvOllllTlll. or couple! without Phone!! .fl4-4331.\ 4tp 41
JEWELRY (', t I IIWVIIKfMl.TII FOR RENT Spacious :2 bed-
Goodyear Tire & flatteries Eye BankTo served< by the eye bank inlocalizing Alt I I Ci.-clltnrn. iinil I'..re'n.. children.. Phone 964-4621. 570 room unfurnished duplex. Also KISER'S OFFICE
ROAD SERVTCH' for pledges. llavlnir Clnlnm ,
appeals Or
I iu.riien.IsAg.ii.t W. Call St. llohu
REPAIRS Observe with Hulil K;NtsI l ': FOR SALE: Good business furnished apartments. Nlc EQUIPMENTNEW

SHEET RIETAL WORK OriffU was charged You anil ..a'h..r yu anhvrxby and residential properties In l location Reasonable. W. 11NoUman. AND USED
!MACHINE FOR SALE: Large restaurant
improper change of lane. not If.I.-.1. ,nnd rmiuliwil I t i"pr .
unimproved Florida.
SUrke. Improved and Starke.
ENGRAVING} Six branch banks at 8un- ..i>nt any rlalnil" unit do! .. refrigerator and 13 foot beverage Dek Filr. Chair, Adding
Year
Thompson Sheet Third ninnd,. .. whlrh yuu.. 01. Itlivr "r H. V. Knight P. O cooler. If tithe Ma hlne>*. Typewriter.
SCHOOL JEWELRY ford, Daytona Beach TallnIIUHHBO you .limy.. hitaicitlnat' t tin, .... Drawer F. City. tfcttgC. Very cheap Calculator A Caah Register*
Metal WorksAll Clearwater, Venice Cute' nl Kilwanl, W linniii. th. you move. Can be seen at JULIA ORIFFIS
DIAMONDSI. The North Florida Eye: and Jacksonville! and 30 affiliated "". ".... i&it& of Hatd. v'liunlv: U DYAL Azalea Drive tn, 2'. mile 04 N. Main GaInesville
Metal\ Work Bank which observes its to th. L'nunty Juilv* ."f lira.I- : 4 1
Types D. BRACELETS FOR RENT: Furnished apartment 4tp
\ hospitals share the ford I'oiinty.: Flnrlilii. H.I his ",. south on 301. :3tchg 3 35
FABRICATIONAND this month, FOR SALE Fill dirt oil.
KSTIMATES third anniversary top and small furnished
CHARMS ETC. work of restoring sight with flee In the ruurt houa i>( aialilI'onnty 1
INSTALLATION has helped restore the eight at Stark.. Klurldu12Wides. tractor work new" and used HELP WANTEDCarpent..ra house!' all at 321: N Temple FOR SALE Petunia. Snap

Heating & Air Conil.. Systems of more than 155: : persons the Gainesville unit. building supplies. W. T. Jackson and carpenter helpers! wanted. Ave Phnn* 9flfl-29fll. tfrhf Dragons. Holly Hock CoU&a

Ph. 964-0714 Rd. 16E-Rt. 1 Stnrke Fla. during that period. The bank Building Material and Machinery Residential construction only. and other annuals. Big Boy

part of a busy .network a- Woman Injured Supply. Fbone M44001. -. Apply Norwood Hope!, phone FOR RENT Two bedroom Beef Steak Tomato plant

collects and trailer. Also apace with pa Rose bushe*. Shrubbery. Mrs.V .
I I cross the nation, tfchg 378-53O1. Oalneavllle. Itch
for \ tios. Westmoreland Trailer R, Ferguson. Ralford Rd.
tissue cor- In
supplies eye I
Slightly .
DIRECT FROM THE C.B.S. TV neal ,transplant! and is hous- 1 FOR RENT Furnished 4 FOR SALE Man's dinner I Park. Phone 969-3291 or 969- phone PO4-M71. Btarke. tfchgHELP

ed In the University of Flor- Custom Made room and bath apartment. 124, jacket Navy blue trousers. 36 2151. t.Cchat
Auto WreckA WA a EDWomen
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S. Water St. Phone 969-1183. stout. Also lady's light blue I
ida's J. HillU Miller Health For Florida Living J JI
and men in gotvlhealth.
SUNDAY SPORTS Center. t.fch.CLOSEOUT evening gown, embossed' velvet Auto Radiator Shop i

SPECTACULAR"I Pennsylvania woman wasslllhtlY' I net t More\ bodice net skirt over taffeta. Car Running Hot 'i,I Men education Ida
The Florida" Lions Club YOU First grade pencils : grade or better. Age 21 to 81.

Fotf.idatlon for the Blind la injured and damageto For Your $ $ $ 60 each: 70c dos.; 14 Call Keystone Heights Itp Radiator Leak I I' Women education 10th gradeor
473-4313.
I i responsible for about 85: per two cars totaled $850 Fri I half gross. Bradford County I Cleaned & Repaired i, better Aae 21 to 55 Writ

financial\ day when a 64-year-old No Salaried or Com New & U ed Radiator I! .
cent of the bank's Telegraph! tf WANTED to buy mare. Prefer or contact Personnel Depart

I support, and individual LIons Starke man attempted>> a left missioned Employees mare that will ride and plow Auto Repairs) & Brake I I I meat! Sunland TrainIng Center -

active in obtaining vvulu turn while another vehiclewas SOMEONE THIS AREA TO. reasonable. Phone P. O. Box 1159. Otlne-
are : Must be I Service ,
I I II for persons who offer their passing him according to DAD & BRAD LARSENLIKE ;: ASSUME: PAYMENTS ON' after 7pm Q84-1294: Up The Right Price AtStrobo's I, yule 4tt'h. 4 IS
I N. Fowler. TO WORK 1964 I 1
C&4/NG eyes for this purpose, after FliP Trooper *. ZIZ ZAO MAKES 'I
their Ut'utQ. Mrs. Eva M. Robinson, 69 BUTTON HOLES. !MONO- FOR SALE-56 Olds :3 door' Garage FOR RENT' -3 bedroom house

The Lions Club of Keystone of Lnceyvlllt Penn. was shaken -I YOU Benefit ORAMS. SEWS ON BUT hardtop. Above the average. 1-1' Mi. S :.101 on Edward near MTaldo. Unful'1\ ht'd. W

I SOON. TONS. NO CREDIT NEEDED $395. See at Fennell's Bargain 1 i Ixmp Rd. Temko. 473-41M lip
Heights with George Schnef- up In the accident. Her
IMOO CASH OR t PAYMENTS Store formerly Farr's. or call
All Sues" Display Phone
fer as will chairman halt Robinson. on 9613171Orer :, furnished
eye husband Frank O. FOR aA1.E-I: bedroom -
OF $7.00. 904-3331 ItchiWMTRF
done an outstanding Job In drivenby i 8-10-12 Wlde21I _ 20 Year Etperlence' frame house Newly
car
69, was passing a CALL BUDOET MANAGER
this respect. The club has obtained of Hi J Baths COLLECT JACKSONVILLE. A."n'EDMu.st t Mi a- painted. 100 x 200 lot near
Ell OrlffU. I
THE around 430 eye wills Henry and Expandable: EL-3-1331.:! OR WRITE ATLAS be over :31 years old. Apply I Lake Santa .... Regular price
when OrlffU turned Al'n'EDRoom and board.
from residents of I< Starke. Lake
mostly Klngsley
.EDDIE ey- I SEW1NO CENTERS INC Lu'a Tavern $7.000. Phone 475-5003
atone Heights and the surrounding left Into him. Damage. to Rob- Itch by eldtrly man. in private 41
613: LAURA ST.. JAX.. FLA., I I Ztp;
FEIGNER! KING lake Il'elSdlacortar inson's 1962 Oldsmobile sedan : New and Used home. Write Thorns Lei-

himself hail obtained signatures / I 2tpd 3 U LAKE: FRONT home for sale: bold. 148 N. Church, St..
estimated at $600 and tOriffia' >>
was 8-Yr. financing availableUse 4 large rooms. tile bath, garage Stark. Up
276 wills
on from resi CLEAN: ru'ls.' like new so easyto BOBBY BIGGSAuto
Chevrolet at I
1933 Fully
and tool room.
AND HIS dents. do with Blue Lustre. Rent TWO AMBITIOUS young Ibidr ft Fender' &
COURT Our Rental-Pur landscaped. Sprinkler; system. :
The Starke Lions Club. $250.The electric shampooer SI Starke men desire! employment' after
while not actively soliciting accident took place on 1 chase Plan-Payment!* Hir. Call Keystone Heights 473- school and on weekends Radiator Shop
SR-I0G.6 miles south of 1 4313. Up A.to Painting; Frx*
eye wliln, has the necessaryforms. Under $:oO; Per :Month Mother will do ironing in her'
Starke Friday. March 12.: FOR R.ENTS room unfurn- EstimateIia.ilaiors

4 Man "Show" Team ; will their. and eyes anyone to wishing the Kye:to at :l::5$ on p. m., Trooper Fowler ished houte. 6 miles west' of WANTED two TO bedroom RENT -house Unfurnished home Pi-tone964-6096..- < Itch ClmuvNl. Repaired AmiRxured

said. Robinson was lust In a Starke Elderlr couple prefer- FOR SALE-19M- Ford Fordor
Bank may contact any member with stove and refrigerator 411 "UaJnut ".. Htark'
line of four automobiles: and NOW red. Contact J. L. Wynn Lake Station Waaon. Automatic. -
of the Starke Lions Club. I I located in or around Stark I'I'I
: Orirtt.1 was at the front of the Butler, Fla" Itp transmission. power steering
ALSO SEEN IN TIME MAGAZINEANDONTHESTEVEALLEMTVSHOW The transplant operation Call 384- 204 or write P. O.
line driving at a alow rate ofspeed. radio and heater 8C'tP.t 1
replace damaged cornea Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE FOR RENT Furnished 2 Box: 624 Stark\[ Itp 1I I
I Station
CrarwforJ
Tenneco
the front window of the eye I bedroom house!, 719 E. LauraSt. OPPORTCNTTY Wanted

: with stew' tissue pledged. According to Trooper Fowl : Unfurnished 3 bedroom FOR RENT-4 room furnish-1; 301 N Tempi lip ambitious men with traiupor,

er's report Robinson Oecldod! house. 713 E. Laura St. Each ed house.! Conveniences- tallon who wish to earn II 0.-
earlier and placed t In the eye Full Lake Privlleses" FOR RENT-2 three room upper -
to pass' the three cars in frontof $30 mo. In advance. Hollls LUrhU. beth and etc. Mrs.. 000 OO a year and vp."n1la U
''I bank upon the death of the Homestead Exempt: per apartment No> pet. al 1-
Versus! him and had moved past Mae. Jordan. Box 437. Stake.phone and
I 1 honor. V. KnUht. tfchg lowed. 403 N. Walnut St. Ape a new growing operation
the first two and had caught Financing; 4-OtH5 lip with tremendous' advancement -
In this procedure, the cornea with the Chevrolet drivenby FOR RENT t bedroom a- olr after 4-30 p m ttrti
Garden Restaurant softball team I up poulbUlUea for the *grrea -
must be removed withina partment. Couple or small 1 I
Orlffls. The SUrke manUi.n Lake Geneva FOR RENT 3 furnish- I UPHOLSTERED SOFA beds I lve men we seek This
room
few hours after death left child. 438 E. M- "n.11 began a. turn. Robinson ed cottage at HeUbronn' US 50. Complete living room to your opportunity to learn a

used within 48 hours. New 1 1promh.e skidded his ear 40 feet 09-2393 after S. or on weekeiwto J. croup $S3. Selection of dinette -I new and fatcinatlnc butine**.
BHS StadiumSun. 11 Springs. T.
Apr. for transplantscomes Trailer Sales] ItchgMISSINO Quicley.3t
., eye before colliding with the left : h. 4 1 cult front $17.iO to IIS I Send name. address and previous

from a University of side of Orlfrts Chevrolet. Fennell'i Bargain Center. I'4 experience toP: O Box

2 P.M.:\ Florida research! team headed OrUfU told the trooper; he On Knute 100 One. :Mile SCKeystone Black and white mile South nn 3M. ItebS :, U. Oreanway.' JackaonvUle.

by Dr. Herbert E Kaufman had a tun o anal on. but tlrlrht don Spayed femaje.. rlclnltyB FOR SALE Oas stove and I. Flortd 33318 Our company

Advance Tickets-Adults $1.25. Student 75e which developed a system for Robinson said he did notsee Open Sun. & Evenings yless Hlwar' March 18. Call other! household item Robert i, FOR RENT 3 room and I I repr TUaUve will contact you

'- At Gate-Adults $1.50:; Students $1.00 preserving corneal tissue by It. I I 944-2931 days or "4-0285 Johns 441 N. Epperson St. bath furnished cottage Phone for an appointment) your

1 freezing. The discovery these nights. Itchg I Phone 964-5454. :2tchg 41i, H4I. tfchfi I, convenience. 3tch< 3.11 :U5
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Farmer's I riiutlo Notebook J2.20 at theTELEGRAPH. Name;: In which, aneaiml Floyd r
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DiaryBy I'lrkena
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All uf Milil, property. helniv In ARE TERMITES
the County u( Uradfnril.. Ntat.l I
ce Sa. .. :Notice Of .,.."...11... Fur. Tae of Florida. I
MeGarrty
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.dare 1'nlemi .h eertlflriite or DESTROYING '
I< IKI.in. M.. ... rertlflnttea. hAil ln redeemed. .
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Notice 1 In horniiy. given, thatT aoonntlnir to law the property
I farming equipment. and stock. J. Alderman. the holder o( de.. .'rlh.d t In mich ret tlftcate or YOUR HOME?
the tul1U1"I,1I' oerllfloate hue. ro..ttlOIlWill tin ...hl tn the
Those Belated Raise RequestsFor : He Is having adventures March 12. 1965) filed said| | itifltr.. tar .a tax hl.h...t bhl.l.r.1. the Dart
Dear Gene: deal! to lie liuiieil' thtreun. Th. hotine. door on the that Monday: FREE
similar to those we had "whenwe iiirtlflcatv, nunibere and I yearnor I.1."lh: of April !19t15. whkhIn
A.r started farming! here yeara I really look forward to receiving I lnitiiMiti'f. the iirrlptlon ofth t the > day ..r .Vprll. tiles| .
the second time "hand run- learning that members of another gov- and kick your papi.tery <. prn|>i.rtanil' th. nitm** tnvhlih I'BU'it, this h.1 l day of March INSPECTION
ago getting a big .
ning," as the saying goes, a second and erning: body had asked for a raise at I out of them. For instance, he week so am sending you my ful%. luw.artlf.'it was ,imn. "..d tir" .u.* (I'MIA.SKM.I'tturlei' .) '

" belated legislative hearing has been the first legislative hearing. In fact, I has some catUj: on his place:: check for another year I II.>. N .h'' Teat of I Ixluuno A r>" h,' 6t1dlatCratiol! ..
Wllh just the Urn that I ,, \ Ierr1i..rrlp 'I.k at "I'IM'! 111" Court of
made necessary by last minute salary this is no argument at all, for the Y and last week a young bull .n 'f ,l' -IV: I ,it I Iof Hrndf", a '."iinty Kim .la,
raise requests.We duties of all such boards vary greatly, tried to run him off. He said am among the farthest away, MIK 1 In )"hmt.n I>. an 4t SlU 5.19: !) K. Can$ 964-3963$
subscribers, will that Ii
as does the amount of time necessaryto Spring was supposed; to he is going to get even with say
have no argument with those devote to their particular jobs, and have arrived here last Sunday. the critter. by putting it In his lived and had a business ; --

who request the raises-maybe they're but we had !Instead:! another deep fre.:aer and eating It. among the good people of
other It is be that
factors. to
hoped Starke for 12 ,
over years sol
justified, maybe not- it will remainfor cool damp day as part of the
the facts to be presented at the the board members who followed this "late" winter we'v. been hav. It reminded us of a young acquainted. with many of you 1clf 1
line of reasoning will have a stronger ing. However we might better black buU had. and enjoyed to the utmost my
hearing Friday morning.We we and atterhav11111' I IV
case to present when they submit their have cool weather now. for a nothing but trouble. association during that time. HE'll VAL.

do feel], however, that if request Friday morning. time as a hot spell could VIe put the scoundrel: in th?I Sometimes In the lifctlmi!

raises are to be requested, this shouldbe really harm tha berry crop. deep freesjr We had no trouble of a man there! are clrcum. s

done at the first, regularly scheduled A $50 a month raise might not with that part of the operation I stances that almost creep! up

hearing which is publicized far sound like much in these days of This has been a rough season but "when It came to>> on you In Mx-mlnuly the middle .

enough in advance to allow anyone spiraling inflation but $50 multi- for the berry growers, and eating him we found the of the night which as the

desiring a raise to present his case plied by five is $250 a month, which right now It looks as thoughthe meat was tough and we old 'saying goes- clrcumstaiv

without the necessity of a second multiplied by 12 means an extra $3,000 I crop will not produce the! couldn't even cut the gravy! ces alter cases. s/1 } tfiri,
revenue of better than a half- with a knife. But we said nothing Not a day goes by that
hearing.The per year. This, added to the $6,000 an-
i million dollars off last StArke does not enter my
year to the young sailor
nually already being drawn by W\
members despite!'! the fact that we had: about our experience for we- mind. We have a very won
argument that "There's no rea- of this board, would mean a grand
derful climate here Galveston
more acreage planted. The 've learned to Rive! advice
son we shouldn't get a raise if they total of $9,000 annually. situation may change and we when asked and fortunately( Is mOle or less a resort! and:

do" seems a very weak foundationupon hope It will i but pro* which to base a request'for an Perhaps such an increased expendi. good season are fading are situated on an Island In

increase in salary. But that is the ture can be justified. But, if BO. it We had an invasion of cedar the Quit or Mexico and the

reason given by the members of one should be done on stronger grounds More rain last week' has waxwings! at our place last water temperature governs L

board for a belated request, after than "If they get it, we should too" hampered farmers in preparation week and the flock In flight the climate.
of land for the planting was a marvel to behold. They' Every once In a while a hur.rlcnne .

of tobacco, corn and. other fly in a fluid pattern sweep comes our WilY, like C

Bill Skirts crops, especially on the flat- through the air in a dense Carla. which was quite a bad
I Voting ConstitutionWith
woods' land. It sifms that t.h"; flight weaving and turning at one. The water In my store

fields never get dried out I though in a connected: mAU.I wm almost four feet' tt-cp 0
all the uproar going on in Alabama Georgia Louisiana:! Mississippi \ enough to work for Just a- I What signals are given by and WAS quite a mess. to cleanup ipi _

other parts of the nation over voter South Carolina, and Virginia) bout when they are almost 'what arrangement do these'' But every' merchant In the

qualifications, it is interesting to note the right to impose tests of literacy, ready we get another! soaking birds fly In such Intricate pat city wm back In bu ln,in M

that Florida is one Southern state that education ]knowledge, intelligence, or rain. terns--can It be thAt they within a werk'a time quite

has no voter tests and no poll taxes. morality on any citizen who wishes to .- have built-in radar more perfect an acrnmollshment. lnc1.-,Ki. ,
Big debate this year la the than. our own' We have the councll-imvor
In order to vote in Florida register and vote.Furthermore J err E
a person) one over' poundage, Instead of l form of city !government' The

has only to meet these simple requirements it provides for the acreage' control for tobacco.9 J; There's so much that w> 23: miles' of bench-front is Rev. F. W. Cruce Rev. Douglas Foreman

: Attorney General of the United States I It would allow iillolmenU on! know-but a far. far greater. building up rust Our new. I
to take voter registration from local] the basis of so many pounds)I sum of knowledge that Is tx- Searnmn, to be opened up In KV\\CKUST: ( : SONG LEADERJacksonville.

He (or she) must be a citizen of the hands and I Instead of acres ai>J lame yond us. For Instance we early spring I Ii almost ready.
place it in the hands of
Svottl A l.i.. Fla.
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ori .
United States ; must have reached 21 : number of tobacco growers know now that fish can "talk"or to go with trnlne-J! : porpoisesand
federally appointed registrars!! if he
years of age, and have been a permanent are opposed to It. They are at leait communicate In every form of IIt.'Ilife
resident of the State for one finds this necessary. Finally, it establishes I holding out for a separate some fashion for recording' I !that Is possible to obtain

year, and of the county in which he safeguards by leaving such pro- ', plan for Florida-Georgia tobacco have been made that prove It This city, although having MADISON ST. BAPTIST CHURCH
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wishes to register for six months. visions in effect for ten years from the on the basis that little undergone several revr-rnes..

last date any of these states was of leaf produced in thane! Thus, It may be that the. baa a great potential! and H
Registration is required of course. deemed by a Federal court to have Interfered states U sold to Stabilisation fisherman' 'who laments about now bring well advertised allover WOO) ) ) WKST MADISON) () 8TKKKT:

But all this takes is a visit to the discriminatorily with voter Carp.; a* compared. to other the big baas that got away, U the world. You can see

courthouse office of the supervisor of registration.As. producing areas. .. only giving an above-water cars here from every state. In MARCH 28 --- APRIL 4
registration, and the taking of an version of a story which maybe the union, as well as many
oath that the registration prerequisites pointed out by an editorial In Met a young sailor lost quite different' from one! foreign countriesIf

met. the Christian Science Monitor, such week, who has six years to go which the ban tells' over' and any of you\ Starke pixipln 10 A.M. and 7:30: P.M.
are provisions while having the admir- for retirement' ., and who hasbaught over again under the lllypads,. ever get out this way. I wouldbe

Only the following are cot entitledto able purpose of removing roadblocksto a 40-aere part of the "I got away from it 200-Ib delighted' \ to have you look

vote in Florida: voting at the time raise Ed Durban farm near Lawtey' fisherman! last week." he me up so we can talk over old GOOD GOSPEL SINGING AND PREACHINGII
same a "
I He plans to farm on getting boaiti. and t got the hookto time
Persons not registered. number of constitutional questions. I out of the NaY. and U "all prove It." Ha/rley P Strong

First they would appear to ignore the teamed> up" about crop, The Time Shop. / You Come You Will Be Glad'
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Persons under constitutional giving the
guardianship or provisions 400 tint fit

confined in any state prison. states. the right to set voter require Galveston Teirns You Did.

ments as long as these are not discrim
Persons who insane idiotic.
are or :
inatory. Second the establishment of TilE Itir.llT POINT for the

Persons convicted of any felony the criterion that a state practices ; COUNTY way you write, fame In and Come and Bring A Friend.

by any court of record, and whose discrimination if less than fifty pert I I WITH 1t M ....."f'. your favorite F. T.It.:

civil rights have not been restored. cent of the persons of voting age were A nilOOK fountain. pen. TiIKHlll : :-

registered! on Nov. 1, 196-4. or had vot-I| YOURAGENT T.nn"rll EVERYONE INVITED !

-Persons convicted of bribery, per- ed in the November presidential elec-r r v. V "r1tf | nIrnh, ., o1
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jury, larceny or Infamous crimes in tions, would seem very arbitrary. j' aetlrlr .Fl.rldr. e4'''' Ina 1'.,'...CS,. I .

this or other states, or who are Interested I 1 I
in any wager depending on "It is eminently- desirable! that any O r

r the result! of any election. voter be at least functionally literate '

and of good moral character a pro- Chevrolet

, Persons not registered in the precinct vision which is interpreted to relateto I\4e c t CHEVELLE lij

in which they have their per- criminal conviction" says the edi- ,

manent place of residence. torial. "Any provisions which deny a

, It is unfortunate that unreasonable state the right to use !such" standard No other car q/ils size offers more

restrictions and abuses of registration strike at good government. I \ nyGeorge T.lluggins. I

laws in some states have now resultedin "It is not enough to say that the .:
r"g'ndersLrhkas
a harsh- and apparently unconsti- states affected brought this heavy I 4 protective .I.d/nner
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tutional voting rights bill which will) _____ .
Federal hand down on themselves! lud.lnnrNI'* r'4rre,14e/ u'lndntr.separate

:. likely be passed by Congress in the the Monitor writer. "This may all other, exhibit ami midway
wake of an emotional wave now says detail Premium, book tnfurmtkm 'body unit home unit a ,-.,,.p acrylic l be true. But wi! are faced in this sit r .
sweeping the country a wave of I I. being aaaembled "MI
llu.h nnd.JrU rl>c*.r p uation with issues both -
two important lUlcutrun otntratur
emotion in which legislation will be t that the 1 bonk>> will got out In a balfru-aarGlU
\ enacted that perhaps' would never be of which must be nerved. One it the e time to give the Fair and the. tullch aeI.cuIJuetl'47 "r 1.u

seriously considered in the cold light necessity' that the Negro everywhere advertiaer. sums gnnt. public. n fuur-pnultltin/ Ignition

of receive forthwith the right to vot. 111
reason. .1 ( :
The other is that this be done in a Ularkberry Interest. I is grow.

The primary effect of the bill will) manner which is completely- constitu ,F et /Ing In out area About April

be to deny certain states (including tional") IS aimi,. IO.OOO( plan. will beet
In our county A little
y
over 2.000 have already, been

I Homestead Exemption Deadline Near CI'tAt a recent 1m..ting In Flnr- lining

r I al City a committee wa appointed
: Tax A"""eserrr' Gen Long, through es in the county will take a sharp Increase to "work, on a marketIng -

every medium at his dinnnxal, has and the $5.00O homestead exemption hi f! program for blackberries

been warning homeowners that the will be needed' at taxpaying This f/mmltte. will be her

deadline for applying, for homestead time more than ever before. ......, 'r Saturday morning to obaerv
exemption is April 1. If anyone fails our market" anthan/ will
to apply in time, it won't be the Tax There is always a last minute rushat FAIR TIMB IS NKAR> hav a ,luncheon meeting to

Assessor's fault. He listing the Tax Assessor's office, and too That bring a smile tn young lierua fular. plan. ll.rkatFMI.
even ran a
. Norm"con, of Mr
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several home In Cronk hit. I I. s
often owners come Manager fhll
in last week's
Telegraph
givingthe and Mra. T. U Nurman and
for not fit- "I rhea committee.gruld.oxu .
late with various reasons member
names of persons who had failedto of proud Mr and of lot ChtrrUe Staub: Spero Cow p.
ing' on time. But there can be no 1t..IM thinking a
apply for exemption that
to Marklc BUrllng Right
up .IrL
extension' of the time limit for filing\ of peopl that blsckb.rrleeMew .
time. I K4li: .. hac not do** will .be a comparison. crop amiupplemrnt 1 .! for extra ihorjtaVr! Tflom.rc .
tn.llw"
stile
for homestead' exemption.The < )
application
makes
thf a
-betIMr to put lib prlx pony look at It car
Xo matter. how yea .
.
our .I..t..rryIn Tho. four Ihe or
Homestead exemption law. front and rear kit rf)4m.)
plays a more deadline: is set by Toby. or a couple' of h" <; t
pigsmarketing The** or* dual lot of acn! made. And ao do youthe
important role than ever before this. the Fair KHhr wy h. If you're fnlr .lM In vaiuo (and 'who) hn't}, alit passengers' liavrt It
date of two br..t-up vaI it handle
So be sure to mark that on I pkintlng Ch.vcll., may gcat liko a Hit ear but
year due to recent: court rulings that calendar If haven't alreadyseen decide.. this I b UM kind of *nthuM I rtetle reieajwl. by our liar\ eleven feature oUv give you a IC'JOJOI\ Ilea smaller,
your you thinkUk. a car. $ti
need to hwh .". a buytrsl&l'Q
irm w" ljat4 -iU car :
. property must b* assessed at full cash the Tax Assessor. Thursday, I Ida Kxporrment at.tac.n. TheyItMk why more InU-rme Comfort' Thick walVto-v/all carpeting in Mal
pln Wg sad rood lt"" Chlv4c'II"
value the next I ls the.ftnal to for i i sta the FVirtgrand and Oklawaha Into fbu rnottcU. JToamvcushkined) : aeaU. Euy.to-read .
on tax roiL This will April 1. day apply how fur wldo power!' cltolre" .
: and they .liar. .....n if you'ro 1'If)1crn\C) \ awith The whole interior
mean that the valuation on most hom homestead exemption. lnter_t..d 'n.. atamUnt. Instrument panel.
Any person Cheneilfl starts ''it12f a Ii""o"'r I Iht.
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.. t"a11' proven for quality taste an,1 l leiir4lent JoMkJi U*. tli<>... In cara costing far more.
showing -tock. please< Six Ideal! city iwrforrnrr i .
f chipping Takes about -hp an down to showroom and
Como our
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or ctmtft. ua corm .. you ran V*> to 1000( plant per After. that you: mr.>' order from a variety (/l'l'rr'II( take a drive SUOD. Ch.v.l begtaa to .
April 21 .to not far "/,. Spse.un.. t ciiKine that' turn it into an even '
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after you'V Jlotaglluuml '
make even morn l o
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .. :
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1 ESTABLISHED 1879 *t.rtd. W. want a ftft v.- --- large door opxmlnjff. WJr1 I I l .. couple: ofmllee.! CDrit'e

A .rVty. and w. want a tot of at Chevrolet dealer1
the
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Rabies ClinicSet At Council
Capt. Montgomery was the Keystone

I elder son of Rev. and Mrs,
I MELROSEBy 1 BEACHLake
HIGHLIGHTS Benjamin Montgomery who ForSaturday INDIAN

I lived in Keystone Heights

By Alary K. Scliarffer1TA during WWII. Rev. Montgomery ; )Irs. Grant Rothhamone I ( Santa Fe) Motions

. . . .,. . . was the head chaplain at I Airport
,'----sans 5---------SAA& .&AAAAA4- A5AAAAA.IAAA4AAAAAAA44 Mrs Jack F. :Miller, Sr. i 1
Camp Blanding and they The annual Rabies Innocu- :

n.KELE r at the appointed hours, justin lived In the house now ownedby I MELROSE: WOMAN'S; CLUB: latlon clinic sponsored by aAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAA.eAWell

Since today Thursday I Is case. This Sutuiday. March Mrs. Sara McDonald. ; The Melrose Woman's Club the Clay County Health Department

i the dAY of the Clay Electric 27, registration will again resume Chaplain: Montgomery passed met Wednesday. March 17, will be held for the:'I I knew It-I knew tt-

Annual Meeting, it may seem at 9 a. m. at the site of awey several years ago. I for a piogram on "Preserving, Keystone Heights area at the I I knew we were bound to have i Die On VineFour

n little futile to remind members the old City Hall, and con- Pilot Montgomery and Ills Our Natural Heritage" by Mr I new city hall In Keystone I same whiter sometime this

of the PTA that they tinue until 11 a. m. It will wife and children had been II and Mrs.' L, T. Nieland. Heights on Saturday March year' and sure enough It got I

should do a lot of baking for then resume from 2 till 4 p. living in Okinawa when th3 Luncheon was served at 12I : ,'I from 2 to 4 p. m. I II here-on the official day of ,

the Baked Goods Concession m., same place. On April 3 mishap; occurred. Prior to I noon with Mrs Carl Hag- ,|,27 The tee for each innocula-I Spring 1 We had a cold, windy: motions died a sudden death for lack of a cussion by' Watkins who

on the grounds. Other years and April 10, registration will that, they had lived in Winter glund. Mrs. Raymond Hanks,,I tlon will be at the reduced- and rainy week, but let's hopeit second at the Keystone Council meeting Thursday" he .wanted it clearly ui
it would have, been.too late to( Mrs. B. Nicholson and Mrs h over for a spell now, because stood that whoever cut tli
: I again be held, same time, Park. L. rate of $2 per animal. Owners' night, grounding efforts of two members of the bodyto
do( anything about' It, but we same station. Registration Long-time Keystoners will A. J. Wltherspoon as hostess of all warm-blooded pets are it la time to start to expand a proposed investigation: of Keystone Airport on'the'approaches was nc

understand Uia.t the voting closes at 4 p. m.. April 10. I II' I be (grieved to learn of the I' I urged! to have them innocu- enjoy lake living for Ute sea- I affairs. | cut any timber elsewhere

polls will be often from 9 a. m. I' Mrs. William ReynoLds Sr. tragedy that has come to this es.The Junior Woman's Club: lated at this time son. I neaily really started I The motions, mad by hanky-panky going on we, Airport property. He said

till 7 p. m. whlcji means that i chaltmnn of the May Festival, I fine family. I met Monday; night March 15 I It-In the hospital that Is. ]I Councilman J. W. [Bill] War- want it brought to light.,"" He,, this bad happened in the

folks will still be a1'ound-and I asks that aU girls in Keystone COUNTRY CLUB NEWS They have material and II have been under:: the weather, ten, Airport Commissioner.' agreed:!, however that War-: and should not be repeau

hunirry-until later this even- Heights from the ages 3 to 2C The Keystone Heights I everything' ready to start! I but my good Dr. Delaney fixed to ren's motions would serve no! ,Airport Promotion

p.' Inl{. Another innovation this I years sign up to take part in Women's Golf Flag Tournament making their Easter hats at Baptist Church. Breakfast was I tns up for a while with were : worthwhile purpose '1 Chairman: Beam requt
1. Obtain Council approval (
year will be the fact that thJ this nice affair which will be was won by Mrs. Hunt- I the next meeting.DUPLICATE served In the educational 81! I some minor surgery last Fil- to authorize Myron Prevail, Council Chairman Wm. E I permission to negotiate

lYf.owlJl aofl! hot-doliS and ,, held In the City Park on May ley Rerfrearn, Sr., with Mrs BRIDGE: building Sunday morning at day night In the emergency attorney for the City to assist Beam Jr. said he had:! received'' several firms In regard

hambiiiirrrs? \ I In tho evening fo.:' 1. Bill Lee winning in the 9-holf Winners at Melrose Duplicate a. m. room at Alachua Genera I reports of other Incidents l possible use of the Air,
the FAA (IFederal Aeronautlce!
those who live OUQI) town, i 1 There will b3' a nominal group. I Bridge Club for last week A Wedding;: Shower Buz was given the- Hospital in Oainesvllle. At I Agency) In Its Investigation. I needing Investigating at th}I' facilities 'Among those rr
for Mrs. Roger ,
and don I tare( to lenvc. the I registration! fee: 25c for tots On Sunday, March 28, the Include the following: Mrs, this writing. I am feeling 2. Obtain Council I Airport and wanted the motions tioned were the Mission A

Kroiinds. W11.!1L{, ufij'aite: : who i..., and children: up to age 12; Ladles Oroup will sponsor a I Mary Cook and Mlaa Iva former Nancy Jordan, In the much better-Thanks! autorlze the city's approvato auditors passed so he could present -I I tlon Fellowship of Fuller,

hungry I> nllj'ved to buy one! 60c for girls up to 16 years- Mixed Two-Ball Shotgun Hlllyer. first place; Mrs. Paley I educational building of Ellam I Speaking of sickness, hereis to assist in the Investigation them to the city attorney I Calif.. ''Moody Bible Instil

Sound.. lik" tin\ cjrt-ltn! day! they will be Junior Maids: Tournament, with teeofftime Boyd and Mr Ed Cagle, second Baptist Church. About 20 a good report I have been 3. Obtain Council Mayor Beasley said the mo- I I and the Florida Air ffatlrGuard.

M\Y FES'fI'ir.omws: I and Mrs. Roland were piesent. I waiting a long time to be able approva. tlons not for which Is report
$1 for the Senior Maids. at 2:30: p. m. A covered place; Bryan to order the Chief of Pollc; were necessary I
Last Saturday wtN;; ndt:) a The queen, who will be elected dish supper will be held in the and Mrs. Loeb Duncan third Quests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle to give you: Mr. and Mrs W. to turn over all records and I this purpose, and that if Beam '! moving 'Its operation 1:

flay when one wouH fad lIt! by monetary votes, will be selected -'I evening. place; Mrs. Emory Cooper and Davenport on Lake Wlnnott A. Wallace are finally both reports concerning the AIr- had other information it was Jacksonville.

running out to register far:: th- from the Senior Maid LIONS CLt'B NOTES Mrs. R.: P. VoKh, fourth place are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Davenport home They were both in Ala- port to the for the his duty to present it to the I I A motion was made ,

fay Festival! [In this ral.t: ? grnu;>. I Guest Night, sponsored by SCHOOL NEWS of Pittsburgh. Pa., Mr. chua General at the same city. attorney proper authorities, preferablythe carried that the Business :

However, membersof- tit, The matter of costumes willb the Keystone Heights LionsCluL. The Melrose 4-H Club at- and Mrs. M. E. Conner of time. Mrs. Wallace wa inwith sheriff's office. lations Committee, headed
4. Obtain Council
Woman's Club were on ha ad -> dI9ru !Jed at the time of was a success last tended- the Events Day In Pa. Troy N.and Y. Mr.O:. S.Bachelor C. Davenport of- the flu and Mr. Wallace all members of the approva.to Council! Beam said, "If you don't I! Watkins and the AJ

I rr l tratlon. Thursday evening, although latka on :March 10. Those attending was In with a heart condition! ,, and all other city officials to want me to take it to our attorney Committee work together
Rochester Pa.
,
CAI'T.. MONTGOMERY.rOUMKK the fact that It was also PTA wi-re CalOl Chlapplnl I They are recuperating line, : turn over all records : I'm willing to take It 1: contacting<< these and ot
and Mrs. William Cren- reports;
Mr.
KEYSTONE KKVSTONF.K': night reduced the attendance Maria Yarbrough, Phyllis but slowly. Mr. Wallace Is I and to the Federal government." firms or agencies who mi!;
correspondence concerning -
rnnsu.Mru: : : LOST AT SEA somewhat. The next Ouest Odom, Connie Morris, and shaw and children, who have I still confined to bed. but for the Airport to the attorn- Beaslty replied that t : be Interested In operatIng
Drive-In TheatreFrI. been In Baltimore Md. are I
Captain Marvin:\; I,. Mont- : Night will be held on Thursday their Junior Leader Jean short periods( of time, he Is for the at best, these motions are !I i !the Airport.
his Mr. and I[ ey city.
visiting
(tomel)'. a ,i"t pilot who did a evening, April 1, at Lively. Jean won first placeIn parents allowed to be' up and aroundin I Warren's motions met Instant just a witch hunt or smokescreen I Beam said that he a
Sat !March\ 26 27 II. B. Crenshaw. I I
lot of hi- growing up in Key 7:30.: and that's. no fooling I the barbrrue. She also. won Mrs. I the house.' He Is beginningto opposition from Councilman and are totally unnecessary Warren had received 'II

stone HeUhts.! : crashed Into' Door prize last week was won first place in the dress re- Mrs. Nettl Mann ani:! grandchildren venture Into the yard a little I Roy Watkins who said that some government .u-.
j At of Jacksonville spent
| the China Sea last Saturday by Mrs. John Beldler. Wally view. Later she will go to the also. With so few permanent -,. they and Beam renewed his charges r transmitter radio:! that t
could Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W I were unnecessary
A woman morning while on a routine Muhlhofer won the week be- DlHtrict Maria Yarbroush I neighbors out h?re. we would result "in against Tax Assensor James had been trying to obt.
only running
'..,him O. Preston.
flight. Members of his squadron :! Carol Chlapplnl, Phyllis! really miss even one when he I bunch of bills" foi Cook saying that the latter', from Warner Robbins
a
across fore.The Mrs.\ Dick: : Tlson Is ain patient I Is sick, but when it is up big I'!
are not sure whether he Lions have temporarily Odom. and Connie Morris wona two-- the! city to was spreading false chargesand Field were' ''' now available

ar9Om.YOUNJ. blacked out, or had a heart shelved soliciting: for Eye-: blue ribbon In the dress! le- Alachua General Hospital. : wen we're sure glad they are' Mayor M.pay L. Beasley agreed rumors and:! that If h'l said that he and Warren :
David Harnerand
and Mrs.
( attack, or ran out of oxygen; Wills, but will lesume this view. They hope to attend the Mr. I home again. I with Watkins that the motions had any Information to re- cancelled all other refit! \
Mrs. Nan I
her- mother
I at any rate, a fellow pilot reports worthwhile activity, shortly. National Fashion Stylist !Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross and I wire useless since "a! port he should turn it over to ,,, for surplus property t-
Amos of Athens, Ohio, left
I fleeing him, from the NEWS FROMST. : Meeting on April 9. :' lon Ray, and Ills family, and I City records are already' thproper!' authorities. He' I: they had been criticized:
last Friday after"' a visit with' opei
I I other plane, suddenly slump In WILLIAM'S The following officers represented ( -i Mr. and MM. Tom Spurlock.I Mr.: and Mrs. Earl flames to the public and would b said this was the purpose o: I;! exceeding their authority

j his cockpit. At this writing Lenton Devotions are held their clubs at the 4-H were down from JaeksonviUt I made available to FFA in Motion No 4 airport affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kro-
searchers had not been able each Monday evening at St. Council meeting held Saturday -I last weekend. They all came' vestlgators request. Each motion died In turn A motion was passed auortzlng
of Columbus, Ohio were"' upon
!
i William's at 7:30.: March 13, In the conference -I mcr sL'ItC'rI I down to get !their cottages i The Airport upnttr came C. aa the chairman called for a ,, them' to obtain
brother and '
visiting his I
L f St. William's Altar Society room at the courthouse' ,, ready for summer time-If I 1. light recently when it wa second! : and none was received. transmitters as soon as p
1 in-law. Oeneral and Mrs
met Monday morning, March from Melrodc: Linda If ubuer, ever gets here. discovered that items valuec! Other Businms. sible.

Open A Savings AccountFor 15, with Mrs. Phil Kromer president:! ; Janelle Weaver,I Phillip Kromer. Mr. and Mrs: Ernest Hevels at $242 80 had;) been removed In other matters dealing' Visitor! Speak'

presiding. Plans were made I delegate; Florahome 4-H; I Mr. and. Mis. Rollln P. report that Mr. Crosby of from the old Skytrl buildingat with the Airport the Council: I! When Beam"' opened; I
the of Recollection Carson Johntry. president; 'White of Buena Vista, Va. Jacksonville brought in a fine Passed (fr
That Secure !, for Day I the Airport after it had! a motion to clear meeting lor expressions:
which will be held Tuesday Doc Johntiy.' delegate, John- and;; Mr. and Mrs. JorJ Oster- catch of 20 speckled perch been sold at bid to MorrU approaches to the runways. as the public, the folio

: April 6. at St. William's. Lad son 4-H; Jean Lively, president I berg of Plttsburg, Pa spent this week. Foul weather kept Stalling of Graham. Starling ordered by the FAA This' heard from:

Feeling! ies from the congregations of ; Maria Yarbrough, vice- the weekend with Mr. and !, the Revels from having their called the City to would necessitate cutting a, O. W Van Valen, Alrj

all the Catholic Churches in president! Mclrotta 4-H. II Mrs. 1.. W. Neofus. i usual number of fishermen for the upon missing: material and pay:! small amount of timber,i manager< read! a letter fr
invited to attend. FFA attendedthe Victor ..Torlay ,has moved vOn Thursday of this week, '
boys
the area are Three reported the incident to th' which would be sold to the Special Forces praising
Registration will be $1.29: County Lund Judging from MelrtMW to'Lake Oeneva<< my'youngest: sister\ Mrs. Bud- I I '.
of
(kftk I the I Bradford County sheriff's department person cutting it for 13 per I cooperation on the part
and Palat- Trailer Park. : dy I Carolyn] Kelly and children
which Includes breakfast Contest last Fiidiiy at BAE Airport personnel"' and c
possible
"worryhabit" I be mad> Walter Stul'dli i I Mr. and Mrs. George Lund'' came down from Orange as a cord.Granted
lunch and must I ka. They wre! I Some of the material was permission to use officials on the occasion 01

) by March 30. Call Mrs. Lena vant, D.tvld: llruntly and I, of Sarasota spent a weekvlnltliw j Park to visit They spent found In the Keystone Volunteer the city' mower to cut grass (Continued On Page Tenl

Clemens at 473-4927. A nominating George Matchett I.i, Mr. and Mrs. Hucl Thursday night with us and I Fire Department firehouse I at the Airport on Saturday
committee was appointed Cl1rl101Johntry and Bill Holloway on Lake Wlnnott on Pilday, my mother, Mrs. Supervisor'I morning Chairman Beam

II Ii i I by Mrs. Kromer to Matchctt. 4-H boys, attended i and friends In Melroite. Ruby Dyal of Gainesville, and I Chester, Moody and City said:! that he I said he proposed to operatethe FlU:.; U S. COVERNMIS
Judging congratulations to I my other sinter. Mrs Nell Na. I BOOK ON: HEARING An
of officersfor Land Birthday
I make up a slate the County and other City employees! re- mover himself, on a volunteer
the coming year Com-1, Contest Friday In Pulutka.. Robin Ashley Mrs. Stephen' hors and son of Waldo came moved the Items that were' basis! and that he "Hearini LOHM Hope Th;

I mlttce members include Mrs. The Melrose School lunch Ashley, and Mrs. Clarence ,' over and we all enjoyed a found in the fire hose! He de- I would welcome anyone else Research":

Mary Robinson Mrs. Mary Lu i[ room staff will\ serve a bilked ',! Ashley, who have a birthday typical fish dinner. Our boys' tiled knowledge of Items reported ': who "would offer his service Write or Call

I Nelson, and Mrs. Mary K ham dinner at the school this week were all out of school: and we missing and not found for work at the Airport on GainesvilleHearing
of of-I' Tickets I Mrs. Julian Jacoby of New adults are still wondering
Installation 28.
I Schaeffer. cafeteria on March in the fire house Saturdays, putting<< up fence ,
floors will be held at St. Wll- :' will be $I for adults, and children -I Smyrna Beach spent Saturdaywith after staying shut up with, At Tuesday"' night meet- and other lobs. Aid Co.

Thejie.sl'tranquilUvr" in the world doesn'tconic llama on Sunday May 16.' under 12 will be SO cents. her parents Mr. and seven of them In the house. I Ing. Councilman C II lUber- The motion to clear! the approaches I 620: N. 311. GaJo '

in a bottle, but hTu steadily (growIng savings Ladies from St Edward's In BAPTIST! C'limctl Mrs. J. V. Slade and family. "If they had to !send us the, stroh said "If touched off a dis'! 876-0005
there's
ncrount.) Nothing like it to gIve you that deep, Starke. and from St. Mury'a. This, to Youth Week at the I younguns' home for a holiday, any

satisfying sense of security that comes with knowing in Macclenny will be Invited WHY couldn't! we at l least

you're linanciiilly, : ready to take all emergenciesin I also, to Install their new officers. tlce will be? living in Tallahassee now. hut had a nice sunny day?" '

stride! : The ladles were reminded And remember to take your I Mrs. William C. Clark, who Mrs. George Peebles, son KEYSTONE 1<

that it will soon bo un-wanted rvusables to the', has been the house guest of Jerry, and Jerry's good friend. : HEIGHTS-MELROSE[

time for "ditty bans" that i Gertrude Joe Young, came down for the ,
FULL-SKUVICE" : RAN KING; I White Elephant Shop! With I her friend. Mrs. '
weekend from Jacksonville
Is comfort bags for patients since November
summer on the way. a lot of Clirlstoffers.
Home' Improvement Loans Sating at the Lake City Veterans vacationers and weekenders left Tuesday to fly jet to her Beach. They came to visitClcona BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Personal Loqn* Checking Hospital will be furnishing their lake home in South Woodstock. mother. Mis. Edna

IJusini'HH IxNtnH .1 Auto Loan Are you a bathtub baritone 1A ? cottages. They will want used Conn.JAs.. Klnchen. and her mother-in-I

t4 soapsuds soprano? In that furniture and uSAble appli Frank Nooney "will enter law, !Mrs.\ fiuzy Feeble Suzy: !

case, St. William's Choir needs ances. If you have any you Baptist Hospital! In Jack I IA quite a fUherwoman.' but I,\STJttTJo() ; AUTO SKKVICETERRELL'S: ( : r txritsiny( :

you. Now is a good time to I don't need, why not sell them sonvllle this weekend, for a she nearly outdid herself this I I

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember join the Choir, for they ore on consignment? Bilng themto I few days. week. She has picture for The Martin's Place O.C.Carnes Nurser

learning the new hymns! for\ the White Elephant ShopIn Joe and Helen Wallace proof of her catch. She stood I Hlway 21 between Melroae I :

I'.D.I.C. Keystone HeightM Flu. the new liturgy, and you can j jleal'n Melrose! and let them sell i I spent last weekend in Jack on the dock and caught a and KeystoneANTIQUES Gulf Service I I I lllwnv 100. Flornhom 2JI
'' mighty fine string of fish She i Mile, SB ofNantery 3tark
not call
"Your Friendly Hank In Your Friendly them too. Why : your articles for you for a sonvllle as guests' of Helen'sulster. :'Iil'\\.t': rscii TIRES j I
said she'd skin U I
head
Organist\ Director Janet charge of 25 per cent of the! Mrs. R. A. \Vell!!. my l-Vom 13 00 t'p All Stork -
Sizes
Community. Lamm at 473-4314. and find I: selling price. They do the Lorraine Day daughter of didn't put down the weights nolF.J: ) 'IISnl'IU l.utortrtO.htaltf'rt_ \C'ft'tO.I,i an.... of Pfent A FII It!

out when the next choir prac- Joe "' of her two most prised ones: ,BUY SELL TRADB OPEN T Trees to ebon from Vic$
work: you Just relax! :Mr.\ and Mrs. Dry. was A M. 7'3r.M.. .
.
,I two speckled perch-one went-True worth withstands. lb.T..t Shii >
Trt-. Evergreens
PERSONALS: home last weekend from Tahasassee. ?- i K.y.tene II<*!(M. 473-4279 I
attend, a neat two and a quarter: of Time ft LaM...,.,.. Pbtnt An in
Pater Jr.. and his' where she ?
Danny 1 pounds: and the other two and {loseii. :\f.....d..,.. ronUlnm pUutt aft1-
roommate( Tom Coopnt of FSU one-half' pounds I It's a shame PHO.NR 47.V2H3.U'l'MANTES : HENDERSON'SService tim. CamellU ._!J..-
White Plains N. Y. were i Congratulations to Mrs
Low-budget New! Thrifty! FRIGIDAIRE visiting the Dan Pitter family John Brown of Keystone Club she Bradford!' hadn registered' in our Center Lt. IIA urn I-SAIL'do your_ UndnraptrxPh. I"'t. ...

on Nelson's Point thlt past Estates"' who with her' bowlIng County fishing con ; I
test sponsored' by the Chamber Stan4nrd oil Pnvlucti
FrosfProofFRIGIDAIRE 2-speed Space-saving weekend. Dnnny and Tom are partner became City ,
i RnII(
students at 0t'01'3t.Tech, Doubles' Champions In the of Commerce' Have you T V Service Center SER''lEJohnson OutbnurdKNhln 1 : ''' .M: F.STATK

FRIGIDAIREWasher TWIN3Oata ;1 Mr. and Mrs. Don Parujborn Gainesville City Association entered' Suzy hadn't and is 01. It. TIII? ,:!'. l>r"prl* ..r.Authorized Sales S"n1f'f!' lslr, : (..ntesfly meated -
she 'cause she havea
received raIl from their Tournament"' on Sunday. sorry may Motorola. Tackle. .
son
a Fhllco limitIng : S RR. na.... K. lilt.
Freeze l budget price 1 1go7. Roger the other evening '!&Y- :March 21. winner already! Sales .a nd ServIce r.qulPml"nn."tTrall""* _,,..-. perils; .* C.lbeet. l

InK he had arrived safely at In paving! we would like- to) I have a correction for the !OWn w On All :Makes. FTTX OIUKEnONENK ... air conditioning.:

'.. _. '.;" Lowry Field, In Denver. Colo., say that "we thoroughly luue of March 11. It seems! TV R\I>IO STEREO Interaction: Hwy Z1-1OO large roreer lot. -'

where he will be attending Joyed the' lovely Silver! Tea pn-I that I gave Commander Ooortt C-OUtR TV* Key.tone heights 473-4H)7! () .playgroiijid a N J. y....

technical School having com the Community Church Peebles more responsibility Work.GuumnteeU- RrrttlaHey 'j I ''-11.S.E.McKay.

pleted hU basic training at cational building last, than was necessary George La.. lon. llrlfht-s 473-10.11: UK':AIT v
II 1!! SHOP,
air officer aboard the heltI \-
since it U Realto
Lhcklund AFB In Texas. Roger nesday, and wed'i ,
Is in the Air National Guard. ten up elsewhere in this I Continued on Page Ten I IMrIc.'I Air Conditioners
KETSTONK: hEIGHTS
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox umn we will merely remark SUPERIORBu.Tee
10% Ahoy Cost none 473-411
C and daughter Jackie spent that all of the ladies! looked I : :
I Installation? sates>>> Salon '
in their spring hats The new RrgUuatlon Book,
theweekend In Orlando "where so pretty
4'aher. Tolorrd. T-" .
Everett attended a Credit UnIon .' but the'" part we' most appreciated '-: for[ the City of Keystone Rs'fr4geratnrat Spe'clahzthg' in .'IFSTAI'RANTSBeidler's I :'
< iHwount
Meeting "was the musical numbers rlelahU. U now open and It U \IX FORMS OP BCAITrCl : ,
1'1'"h "Srnlr" *
Mrs. Emma Newman, who They were so un-Beatle- necessary for everyone ImJde LTI'RK: HolidayInn

...... WPDtlJe makes her home with" her soil Ish.-and so un-Blft-ApUh the: City Limits to reregisterThe WHEELER'SDiscount TInting DyeingBe<< .chlnc

ia .!* .stusini.. ___ .eA..a .., ........ I and daughter-in-law. Chuck that even' if we are not bilingual -I Municipal Building Is Store C\lttlnll N'atuntlljr Curly Hair Restaurant

4--- _ue _WIll. 'and Dot Newman came home and were unable to open> from 9 a. m. to 13 noon. Open. ...... T. :3 p.m. C Ihiva Flr font Moderately Pn--
Ni fradnud.Vost-Proot c.ntte La.. .. OwMabowandbvJowIn From Bradford; County Hospital I understand the lyrics it was ruesday through Saturday Return Mf-lrnM A KFV|..IM> After :3 By Appointment Only OPEN 7 DAYS \\TCEKtrPuU

aysttnl ends dafirostinclNlIat Wash Si WeaL Mmpact 30- width! on Sunday: morning.| nonetheless' a revelation to!'I'' Everyone must re-register" I I.n.'At: MFI Hirer Citrus Aft Knr C'fM' >p Olmtrra T IM-IMO -

41.n.ra,: kaasupermarkstst ,-........ Deep 1octtoRacltM : CtMck on caka throughgfat I after brine tht"retor about know that some folks still j --,Joy Baker .\inro REPAIR ICe3-ston.!' HelC'hot. 4T3-4.VM AU (".,,-IlmllREER... F'J4

'. AMtonattc Soak two weeks She'" U feeling I have a taste for genuln; mu- i City Clerk t :
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h' (kippw) CNW door. I DUx-k :North of RM LJxl'I
........UstNIs'fi'. ." -. much Improved and she Is.. $101! It Goetzman Bros. !:lraiiute! &: ..\\pplia"r, KETPro1fEIGHT' !'
S 0ok-MMlf (lower) looking forward to a visit Miss Lola Snider was" taken, .-
>l. ro zone aoUL S SwhWater Saw UodH GarageREPAIR '
I ; ::'"EA -o USED
sister who will be1 '
automatic own control. : fl'Ol1ht'r t.J; the Bradford County Hosjltal -] ,
S 4 fadl.wrlltJIlhelw5-S WCDAR-65 at extra costS coming soon from Washing- !' in a rather critical con-i, MURRHEE WORK Furniture A Apnllnnrr* I.SF.O e.tR5Hanks
I H... mcessed one-p.c.: I norniiT
&
'\ f&&U..wWIII..... m.lwa. Jet.I..Je aacisaaisas. ton.D..C : dillon on Saturday moraine Insurance rOTOR ROOT PATN'rL'Jo SOLD
flowing tcjvYEOMAN'S Bert and O>na Chrlstof fera, March 30. She has been ill Agency PORTABLE WEt.Dr.I'G1. Used Cart

W1')4l'k\ in to'A'1last "week- For some time. and has been General Insurance ... Lawn Mowers-Outboard' : KEYSTONEHouse

nd. visiting their respective ilAjrin* at Ute home of her Motor I of and 3.T Shop
SALES & SERVICE I .' ('.\'11'ITV M\, I Bargains
1 nothrra.. Mrs. Gertrude liter. Mrs. William Reynolds"' RIS.tnnusn: 1 Fiwy .21 cevalni H..IItM.I flu7 Sell Trade
Thrlstoffers. and Mrs. Anne :Next-: tn Driiro-ln ThtrItUM 3 Btork North' of Uht HMray 100. S mL So.U
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Keytton! 473-47M
MELROSE "QUALITY AM> PRICE" PHONE: 1752:1713TWW : 1 Height 4724104Nlten '
.jichovlta. Oena and Bert are (Continued on Page Ten) tar limitS t| of !Stark
Sun. 473-313' .
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baskets of white and green Thomas. with local ladles left it for stuck. Overnight. a who attend school I ford County, Florida, B.I, his I offlu. fC.\ttlt OF TI1XNKSWe

I KEYSTONE centered with a spray of Mrt Margaret Donahop. Mrs. bass got on it, and did Batty present an appropriate '- In the ae"our Mlurk.*. h., ,u... Florida..f 'mill,l lounIY wish to thank all of our

I spring/ flowers in miniature Eloise Cook Mrs. Eva Man have a time getting it out of gram also. Any mother within* nix. cKUnilur. monthrfrom friends who were so kind

p- Christ is vases. The long tea table held nei Ins. and Mrs. Margaret Le- the lake from between the ing further details. / the tin* ,f the. ClrMt ,.ul(. helpful and sympathetic during
HIGHLIGHTS ,
: II atlon nt Ittlf nolle li.a< hOMlni
the sliver services and was, Blanc Mrs. Donahoa recentlyhad cracks! We all enjoyed barbecue the hunt may contact ", "r dtniand aliHll !b. In I the lllneaa and death of )

centered by an arrangementof a George Washington with the Oilffins Saturday Baldwin at the church wrltlnv. iiml 1 iltull. ntnte (tli. our loved one. The family of
:::1' I place. of r..Mtflt. .nce and heat ',,t.
The Answer ElahtJSr. spilm flowers flanked by Party with all the symbolic night It was what you I home phone rlie .. I [Continued from Page tapers In bllvei holders. emblems of the first president I could call a "Wild" dinner.. asks that those sid| shall I lie sworn tu by the

Mrs. Bariy Wyman. was Mrs. Cook was hostess at a. My spouse. Jack barbecued a having a young one ululmant bin airrnt, or uttor- ,.al! of aalil Court' at !Htarkn.!
Illness.
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ny during her 1 nay, and any ,utiehluiin. or demand Florida this 9lh day of :Mur.-h
We saw. a most attractive general chairman of this delightful turkey dinner served to the fresh ham. a rabbit. a hind please call or see her by not eo filed Chat! be void. 1ABS.corriT.

?i! Rev. Charles in / affair. Assisting her foursome stuly: group and quarter of vcnsloii: and:! a Urge: 1. so that final Illlly (I. 14:1,05: > ( SEAL
Harvey
11 : photo of Tern Christorfers A. ailnifnlHtrator of ttie. instate Charles A, Darby Clerkof
the Times Union last. week. were: Reservations Mrs. D. A. their husbands on March 20. bass This sure made for a may be made.Mr. or An exocutor, ..f the Lust the Pin .nil four
wInning Nelson land prior to her Illness Bernard Slocomb. who has delicious dinner with all the and Mrs. Henry \\ III and Tnetanirnt of KdwardW : Ity Delilah. :II. :Moo.ly
Tern riding a prize
was been a patient In Bradford other trimmings.Mr. riiulbHrlh, d.cnuseI.F'lrat Deputy Clerk I IS
Mrs. Owen Baker]; are surely enjoyiru
horse owned by herfather I..hlll-.ulun March 13,
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41It
Mrs. J. Miller County Hospital for the past and Mrs. "Lucky" Lut-
Hostesses guests this week. Two of I 190S.
I Chiistoffeis.
We read :dn the Bible "Fo're nil men need a personal cx- Dr. Don the Wrinkle. Junior Hostseses 1, two weeks Is reported to be gens are finding out what It daughters are here. Mrs. l/lS 4t 4/1
much as >e know that ye plerence of "SALVATION The photo was taken at (' J...,..'.
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coming home early In the r..U"nd !
were not redeemed with corruptible BV GRACE THROUGH Gainesville Horse Show. i were Carol Warren HabC1.'stroh.1 Kathy means to be "lake dwellers. Ownevans of Montreal. .. 'ri.. '.Ir...... .f.ort In .S.d ,\ Fur Ilmilroril (.sassy.
AAIir CHAPTER NEWS I Williams Marcia wetk.I They had plenty of oropanj; I' ada. went to New For llrnilfonl. <......tF. lurlilaNo r Plurlda.
things: as silver and FAITH IN CHRIST" Jjsus:! I I Mr. and Mrs. Axel! Ma'tngren In re: ,KHtate of .
1 Ltfettir" Beam Pat Wrinkle. SuSan last weekend. Their son. train last week where 1.1-457 'hauncey H
gold. but with the precious Christ touched on this neel: In [By Helen Egan Charles. If. Hallah....". Plaintiff !Smith, don.Notice .
Bird. Elaine Lovern. Nan- expect Mrs. Malmsren's Douglas his wife Sandra and met by Mr. and:! Mrs. i
The AARP Community : of Flllnir Petition
blood of Cliiist" I Peter 1.18: a magnlflclent byasking i -". Frances. V. Hallnbury. Fir
manner Heifthti cjf KlnssburK, and OlnnyCampbell. daughter Mrs. E. R. Buchl I two sons were down (rain) Szaboionskl( I the : Iwfendnnt I Final UlHcharKe. Of Admlnlxtia' ,
19 "FOR WHAT SHALL Chapter of Keystone '
Mrs. Marie Chap- and small son of Nashville. Jacksonville. DouglaV boss est daughter] They all .VoTim OP HrlT tor
That precious old hymn dei i I IT PROFIT A MAN IF HE! is about to reach the '100 The !State nf ....I..IJaTo' Notice la hereby. given thai, I
mlun and Kathy Hlnck assisted Tenn. on March 25. Mrs. Henry and wife Mr. and Mrs.! Van ed with yet another
have filed 1 ,
SHALL majk of enrolled members.; Krancea V. MHllebury my final rerurna i*
It GAIN THE WHOLE )
srilbes: as phrases so ( ondiously. in the nursery. Mrs. WII-.. Harrcll and small son will Norren owners of Van Nor- Now York before the Tuptanr Aimrtmenta. 'ndnilnlntrator, ... of th. ....1&1<- .ifI'hauficfy
"REDEEMED' HOW WORLD AND LOSE IllS Mrs Francis P. Egar* publIcity -; "l him m "Bpam Jr. did the tabls accompany Mrs. Buchl. The ren Printers came down helped I I Apartment, 3Stoney H. Cnlth, de.-eu-.ed.
down
came on by bus to
T LOVE TO PROCLAIMIT. I OWN SOUL? Mark' 8:36.: chairman and corresponding Iris, I.ane that I have filed' n." pet.tlon
I been decorations and Mrs. R. N. Florida sunshine will be welcome !- catch enough fish for a on the Blxbys. They llultlmore 10. MarylHn.l. fur distribution and for finaldlwharire
REDEEMED BY The Bible teaches all men secretary has I '
THE
I Btnideiiland was In charge of for the little folks who velY enjoyable fish fry Saturday visit in St. Petersburg You ure hereby notified thata .. and 'that .on April i19U5 .
BLOOD OP THE LAMB." must experience the 'irMrth) selected as a delegate to the and! cult has. liecn fil.il aKulnalyuu I will apply to th<- Him.able .,, .
setting the tea tables : have been 111. I' night. Also here to enJoy -
of leaving to return home ,,... Theron A. .
In Yuun
The Bible. Southastern Conference 1 U".d'I the above entitled Ca r.iinty
assures man cannot which Is the spiritual birth. It Atlanta., .made all the nut baskets. I Everyone Is happy:: to have all of this were Mrs. Lutgen's day. and that you an .required, 1 t.i. J...,.. of Bradford 'Bounty
; be redeemed by money Is God's plan for all the free of NRTA-AABP in for. .
\ Ouest books were In chares of Olive i sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ru. your answer with the Clerknf Florida appr val of aald
Stevens and
her sister Well. until next
silver or gold. only by the Rift to all men regardless of March 30 tluouxh: Apr. 1 1. In this Court, and to Serve a final returna and for an ordttit "
Precious Blood of Christ"It order for her to know whit Mrs. J. E. Bonner; publicity. Mabel Husbands back In their Stephens and Mr and Mrs.! guess I'll see most of up"> thereof upon the plaintiff >f dlNtrlbtitlon and for final
race creed or color. .Mrs.- Francis Egan. Mrs. William Lake Geneva home. Their R. H. Smith. and families of n..1 plntnttff* attorney whonenaniH diMharire. aa administrator,
Bite1 f* the annual
has been said "money When man stans:! before the membership woWd Walk presided and Introduced meeting of and address I lit John K. the KKtate of Chauru-ey H
can buy anything": yet Money! the dudiment seat. of 'AL her to learn about this wer-! brother In Jacksonville was Jacksonville.Mr. electric Co-op on ltou.r. 762 rinrliln. National Smith deeappi.F..t'ruary 1,
Mrs. George Canova. recovering from a broken hip. and Mrs. Ernest Tannerof I'm Hank n"II,I I.I Inn.. Jacksonville ,. :27. 19SSThurlnw
r, cannot buy real!!' happ.lness.monry MIGHTY GOD the question: growing service organization : sure gonna bs there Smith
church organist. and cholT director Florida not Inter' than April
can never pay man's will not be Is his name writ- 'of older folk an Impromptu and. while caring for him, Starke came by on their cause It Isn't every day ID. 1951.; I If you fall to, do. eo a AdmlnlntraJorTHOMAS .
_ be who gave introductcryremarks ; Mrs. Stevens suffered a hIp home Sunday afternoonfor dm.rt*.* ,...nto_, will i bi.
fai(- to heaven The greatest I ten in Dun & Bradstreet but sandwich luncheon will way can /get her husband to pro enforetl I : PIRP.rn: :
about the artists appearing fracture had' against yuu foi' th i ii.lantcl 'I.r'' 3IU.O North Ave
and for Tmpl
was a patient a short visit. They
need L.n't ,"wealth nor moral is It written In the 'LAMB'SBOOK held 'at 1 p. m. Friday. March lunch for an expected l In thi. .mplHlnt Htarke' Florida
]i J..jnQ'. nor <<,education) ratner I OP IJFE'? 26. in the Sunday School on the program.The four weeks In St. Luke's Hos been over to Florahoma and people! So's here's to a Thin tult I. f..r ,illv,.rt.ltneHH .. Attorney for .AdrniniMrnt, .
room of the Community guest soloist was Miss pital.) With the aid of a walker bought some lovely rose bushes ole fried chicken | \\' m) hand ...,I thICoTe' ,I Ill 41( 4,1

Church. This meeting will be Ann Johnson a dramatic! SO-f Olive manages to get a- and shrubs. It was a sliht cooked by a mlgMy! fins ___

I in !the form of a workshop, in prano who Is now In her bout. Both appreciate: : all the the beautiful assortment of low and a gang of good n

I line with the program at the year at the university of Florida klrrJnPises of friends during roses they had crammed in ers and chicken pluckers.

Ii I conference. studying under Dr. Kelsicr this long ordeal. that car! This nice weatherwe Spanish r Moss!

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KASTEKX;; STAR She has been soloist at Edward Rinehart and Mrs are finally getting sure .
the First Prrsbyterlan ChurchIn In Thu < our* or Tbn _- -_
i Heights Alma Frost Sunday dinner In
96 The Keystone were f makes one want to get out Juilltr.. HrtHtnrtl t..

Chapter of Eastern Star held Gainesville for( the past guests of Mr. and Mrs. I the yard and work. f Klorlilo, In .'...hnt.. fl t JatS4t! BEAUTIFUL BUT

its regular meeting In the three years. Her accompanist Axel Malmaren Mr. and Mis. The Faith Presbyterian In roKutute:, of "'&,', T4.:44 DEADLY!I
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iMtllwrth. I>
Cathcart also .a.1.
Mis Lamar '
...for Economy Minded Americans! chapter rooms on March 16. was Walter Bryon called on Mrs. Church Kindergarten Committee 'I.,) VII ('r...IItnr. 'Hnil r...
Past Oiand Matron Vema a voice major who accompanies : Stevens and her sister and wishes to extend an invitation Hatrlnir.. C'lalmn, Or ["- Let Us Hid Your Tre*
Dr. Kelster's students. AKnlnift flHld| | KhtKlTrni '.
Brlce Past Grand Patron Vincent then stopped by for a call on to all four and five ami ash. of: ifr'ri Of It
Seth Kennedy had! you /
Brice, and Past Grand: Mrs. the Malmgrens Sunday after- year olds in the community h.-r"hy notified, .nfl "', .. t tr
were, charge' of refreshments. which noon. i r>rit,*'nt Hny tiihtix, nrtfl Fla. Pest Control
Patron H. C. Garrish were served after the musical to attend their Easter egg ,in.Hills Uhltll you lit I flTh,.
honored In a fine courtesy. hunt on April 9 Mr' L. O VIM. ,mny h ,,v.' iiKHJntt, OK
539 E. Call 9G1-3963:
The Sunshine Committee repotted pI'OIJl'am. Motions Baldwin kindergarten te ch-i! 'l.Hi? -if tM", ... '1 \\ II. i .H>|| (
Airport .
The silver offering will go "I I. i nwrl. 'lui' .if it il. iii. l i- ,
_______________ that Mr, Gloria Mur- to the church buiTdlnj! fund. er states that tht. chlJdrer} ); (hi ""nit-' I Kills' ,
undergone heart surgery tDic
rhee had Fourteen members of the on Vine _n_ -
on March 15 and was -a-
Community Church enJoyedthe j
doing very nicely.Following '
2Br. JAMESTOWN the meeting. asocial all-
the Florida Fellowship! of[
hour was enjoyed, and Community Crunches at Pll- recent pirnrhute' JumoGordon .

Never before hat Jim refreshments served by thJ B.lm Community Church M' Pui iy. of Parte-of-

Walter, ofFertd 19 much! hostesses! Mrs. Lucy Flulcy Orange City on March 18. the-Palms. praised the recent eol& OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALECole's

value In new homos at Mrs Hel-r. Kennedy. Mis Thogn attending were Mrs. A. Improvement In upkeep and:

tuch low prices. The \\ Ruby Tyie.' and Mrs. Anna C. Holt, Mrs. William Wai/ appearance of the. Airport. ,

I b.autlful Jamestown It James. Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. Alma and described It as an Invalu- I i
The next regular meeting Mrs. able asset to the community: ,
only on. of the many Frost Mrs. Ida Gentry. { '
will be hold Apr. 8. Grand which would be more tntensly ,
on J. A. Williams Mil. Thomas.'
smart creations
new I Chapter: Session of the Oiand Norwood Dr and Mrs. Arthur promoted. I! NEW ELECTRONIC MARVEL HEAVY DUTY

available this year from \ JurisdIction of Florida will behold Bialnerd. Mrs. Elmer Howe. George Laltue Keystone Insurance ADDING MACHINE!
Jim Walter. '
'I in Miami on May 11. Bo- -- -
and her cousin Mrs. Brown. agent said development -
I scivatlons: should be made! Mrs. Frank Stitch berry. Mrs. of the Airport would .

soon by those plannnlng to Jesse Iluckert, and Mrs. X.. C. never amount to anything until -
NO DOWN PAYMENT .
attend. Gayle.: an Airport Authority was

EASY TERMS COMMUNITY; : CIIL'KC'H Members of the Men's Club I created He said the Council U ihaa 4t! >e,

I [By Helen EKMnlTho ] held their evening! meeting! on had shown no managerial: ability -

If you own a lot,or can buy one, now is the tima 11th annual Silver Tea March 22. Films on Florida whatsoever In dealing

was held:! In the educational were enjoyed. as well as the with Airport affairs LaRus.

to take advantage of Jim Walter's wonderful i building starting at 2 o'clock: refreshments! < served by the I. aba advocated change/ In -'

on March 17. The stage clscointlons Nightingale Circle with Mrs. the city charter to provHe: :
home building plan. Send today for beautiful
our done bv Mrs. William Aught.ry Vance aa chairman.The that councilmen run by group ::1

new 1965 Catalog of homes that illustrates Reynolds Sr. were In keeping! Executive Courd of the Initeno! !''of the present. methodof 4

with the st. Patrick's Guy Church Women will meet at All/ running In the sum-' HaTh400

all models In full color. It's free, so mail the theme. using! bamboo sprays! 0-30: : a.. m. on March 20. The /group. $149.00-
10 KEY MANUALFor
In lat'Rc brass contaIners, Committee. for One woman In the audience v .
coupon right now before you forget. We also Nominating cotv addition' subtraction and tlitTng. Total! '
capacity
magnolia!: bou hs. and a thiee-! the new officers of the rose to remark that in her'

build Cottages! branch: cn.udt'IAbl'with! tall Church Wom-n Is composedof opinion! Beam and Warcrn. ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL 9.999,997.99 both poiitiv" and negative. Key
white tapers. Individual tea /should have for Repeat and Nan-add Minus, Sub-total', Total'*
Bildsei chairman been commended f rI
Mrs. Roy
OpwatM. .both. by battery end..Uctrh"CA.C)
with Keyboard Clear lever. Two-color ribbon with tub
tables were covered and for their conduct of Airport
; Mrs. Alma Frost. :
Ii I ROTfCTH JYA NUBME UAIHU CAJJUieJ
white cloths and held. nutCLOSEOUT Mrs. Frank Iluen I 1 affairs rather !than censured. I Dictate In your eon' 110_ a r hat.t. l0> tract 110"' ., negative, totali and tub-tototi printing(]

I The gencrnl meeting of the, I We ,.lIr Uea while "fr.th" n mind. far cRctatton.! l.corde 1n55. In red. IOMI a"a H"_No.436 "14>.3.

:;: Church Women will be held at views an. ooterence. Operates .... -

I 7:30: !p m.. Apr. 4., Trustees of INDIAN BEACH j Ii.For...eRtce! t..yeti tieimitpftoa.dictation\ then Your fypn Mcntory el "lurMm a. eaillai the phone. Error eras* .

the chinch will meet at the ...... COfital dear playback.KeeerJ .. automatically. Dictate art .herne. erIn .
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same hour both In the educational I r-a.f
JIM WALTER building. miff" ft\on!\ __''loll.? lath jr-- your.Ellmlnatet.. cotlly UeaaaraphU PII

Call collect -! CORPORATION; PENCILSFIRST I! Spirnj! Oommunfcm will beheld [Continued from Page Eight I Vukf... Hie voice talking to ftv. dictation. .

or Write I would lite to (now ,more about your building and I at the morning worshIp copter carrier. the Guam and r -::.

financing plan. Please land m. a free catalog. I am | GRADE service on Sunday Apr. 4. Dr. unbeknowlnir to a lakelubberlike

Todayl Interested In a ... i Holt will hold a pastor's class me that l Is not commandof V ;""", .F.. {
One of oldest manufacture !;> : .
CJ Home D Cottage | of Instruction at the Sunday the whole ship. I know .. -
in the .
1 rn! School hour on March 28. The George as a good "Captain" .., '"-z:
NAME SA FtTYPE"SUIL
Ilusincss. ..
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I 'I reception! of new members for aboard his mother-in-law Edna STOBACI CABINET' .... -4
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ADDRESS_ the last will follow t 'f" -
quarter Kinchen's boat so now all ,
I\ Gc each '5 ThU lull &o cabinet Is a (ml aJXtfoit; J ttI
CITY_STATE communion services. we have to do is convince the I l I ,
I I' 1 ( to any offke. DutKproof. .heavy. gaugeteel -. ... .. ;::
-.. .
1'RgOS'L: -. .
Telephone ,70c doz. Navy and get- him stationed : .. \
'I. !
protected by doors "
I I Four Keystone and Gainesville here at home on Santa Fe Itrongj t..r."Ii 7
My property ti located r mity. $4 half gr. I matrons: fire Mu.Ing Lake which would ault ua and II equipped with a two-way locUng! deVice :3) DBAWIK CABIN"

OPEN ON IUNDAT-- contract bridge In a foursome I'!U! bet Oeonre wouldn't mind' controlled by a paracvirrlc/ lock.Eailty 360 Companment Captx) y. V/it: pay (or (levi bt

Bradford County study group. An exchange of this duty cither I I s4 4 aoetnbled.! 72" h9H! 3d" wid, iafQuaid. 19 hardware, looli! catolofVma primW

JACKSONVILLE! FLA. I luncheons and game plays are Mrs. T. L. Norwood and l 19H"; d..p. Four adjuilakle! ah.I..". .tar, 0. 'ln.de;. drawer. tliti th9 \" .....

3281 West Heaver St. enloyed by Mrs. Irene Mickle Mrs. Dick Lily of Florahom'" Mt Green, 011.,. Or...., 0tert SanJor ; i, 12' cf.. ". Cabinet liei 30' '"
TELEGRAPh of Gainesville and higi.; 12'V .,..L Miif ..,
Keystone.i : ceeo. Heavy C Olit
attended Flower Show
a in ,
I Cole! Grey. ,.,__N). 772 $i.CO(
r. O. lox! K21S Phone 3S7-11II II. Mrs. Blllle Burch. Mrs E\P! 'I Eu5tis last Friday. They enJoyed Orson C...,. SanJ or Groy... No. 332: $4f,T.
I. '; :""1'r: : :': LLM: : :' Swords and Mrs. Myrtle I'I'I 1 every minute of the : MdltlsnoI 1fI.r.-.N0.77.Srt V-7_ Ab.I. _.1_. .ch Jr.e eqwfp.J

I 1 __.ebore it 'V .itlo 2 o4juaaiI. did.s .eis. t9
i show It of the ( 76"1118'
as was a part
county fair there. Mrs. Nor- ,II 0 No." ....SI) ................ -.. .-No. Uua 19.00 J

I wood was also In a group of MdliXonil sIIeI.._Ha. 44H (J J* .*.

'Ycs, I am old enough TAKE IT I'" women who attended a 1

fior a REALLY: GOODtypewriter \ FROM SM1TI1CORONA.S Community Church district -4 EcoNOu Ih. '
GA I AXIE n' meeting! In Orange City last Corrects txprapcrpMlur
QUICK BROWN FOXt
!" Thursday. F"!. *. All ./Ionbtarlngt.
It I
"Typing !b a valuable basic skin that Mr and Mrs. John Griffinof \ fingertip; ; S

Tallahassee and Miss Mai- fldJMlmw.S(..t|bond
THE TYPEWRITER WITH anyone can learn. And it gives personal .
satisfaction and enjoyment." Smith da: Griffin of Gainesville were I W = back supg &.ot, .

SPEED, KTYLK: AND SPIRIT Corona's famous weekend guests of Mr. and I t; I IVlfs 16'i i'w ,.

.<1I : -- Touch Typing Mrs. Roy Griffin and chil! No. 2307. 44.93cowu
l>y SM.Y.TH COflONA [ dren.' and brother John I :
;. ; "::.., rJ Course is yours !! Roy :4
It's the fastest a on-electric typewriter there I 1 '" with the purchase of started fishing Saturday IIPWOS.flly
is built for heavy duty performance b.- morning. and it was so wet I 0i.,. I,.
4 and! I_ any Smith-Corona& and didn't take ,Is.. s.d G
breezy travelling. It has a special key I "" rainy. they
action. that muKts Jyping easier, an
jeweled! cscdipomcnt a removable cclorctl .. them Well not to be! outdone. I

platen a top neck that glides away he rolled over. went back to1,

'- handy: Pnce GageT and int! l'en5ivoChl11gcabl" sleep and when he got up''
: Beautiful ........ ... n.. "ruanClmInolo. -
TypeTU 4 new colors, .. .. 011'1fllh.-
r r.. later he got Into his
.ZL' .
(even gold), and rriiny I styles ? 136t30U, fi_
,- ( -c..t \ Ing boat. (rboy-sLeel and went 'CCNFnmQ''"'
..
to choose from. All '-tied? vin'I-cr.1J lIoN Mn D.sk g.rr|>> odiutfm.nt.. All .
;
r- ) carry. ... :.t \:
; \t out to try his luck. lie had it.
ing case at no aJJcdicharge.: ......_..,- '06.--tIwI wh. ...., __ top rpaw. BtCORATOI CCtQefiMM pylon b.arings Steel!
for he brought In five pound
a
-- aiia war eomforteUy Mat I Creee._ bond b.U One
10 wpp.rt
to 4 IeII4 SolUra
pea. .
; his.Then' his Did and UncLe
,. 4UARANTFC,' Any Smith-Corona. branch, office : flm. Hwrry caw;. ....L! UnoTfem .raw* er CeJe day. piece .bat* .In.. mlanKarmonic _
fiJ.5 & \ will' repine without' charge (e cept lot labor and John came In. his Dad had corenJ top.

; i .. &hippmltl r.... 0pUrCIia.Sa) any pert thai..ata., proves No labor defective c".I,.. Vvithiri withn, been! "chunked" This Is most I C.nNf. dnraxr wtth lock and Irev.72"w, 34"J.H BUIMFIOOP TOP with "NeM aqtefcyde"

iI1 I.. Bu d.eys ol puicha, ,.. wirianty cov.r. ell .carts, unusual but it. takes a brotherto .....'_* ......,] b."i drawen $18 .9S A .leble' .% Cete. ToaheKel ephatttery.,
.
motor, ,
.
e i.epl rubfer peris cell$ ch.
Alien energy or
r favorite student is for _____ Ioael.d foei.
you ready : :. ...... .' after 90 diy*. Does riot cover damage from accl lay It on him. It seems that p4..4n ...ileHer.4boaer.yen. I$6.9 S tveael Hoi* ew ie.. r.bb.r. I

a typewriter, be sure you get her a ).4_<1IQ_ __,.; __ ___-_-__ _____.___.._._____________ dent 511CC.of mnuje, end ejtloiKll only ta ong.iul John had gotten several!' bass: I p4..4?<4-< "_,,, __'La .J.....r, 1"4.. 45 _..-... SIJ ovniL" O._eO.lt.. _"" .I" -a- .. aa 16".14..d". "' .. -

Smith-Corona It carries the assurance .. three o* which went' three. No.2310fiSI34.tS

that you're giving the finest; the newest j:. Only I $124.50 Plus Tax five<< and nine pounds respectively -


to advances perform:in better design and and last construction, _ _ _'_ _ 1.I Betty. called This over morning' to ma Wlf/. / Gradford
longer Provo IlUADFOltD one of their twin d.au (
-- ody eiegraph
it to yourself. Try, a Suulh-Q>rOD3. -34t COUNTY TELEGRAPH! Jean or June or :young

Glenn had< dropped a shiner I

on a hook: and line between I

S the cracks of the dock and _




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TTTfTTTfTTTYTTYTTTTTTBROOKER : brother-in-law. Ralph }lerritt.1 and Mrs. Martha Lee Tinney. I Allen Lewis and l sons of Cross ville, Mrs. Henry Carter of day, S p.nt.Ve are pteaaed to I and groom and are reaidlngin I| ton Pam 'rye.fal'le Smith. ding moved recently from

Ushers were Allen After a wedding trip to un City Mrs. Markey\ and Mrs. Maxvllle. and Mrs Willie note that the pHator, Rev. Sturke. I 7th Grid (Peavv: Lamar I Laley to a farm home be-

brother of the bride; William undisclosed destination, the Amanda Lewis visited Mrs.R. Mae Johns of Starke were Cliarley Harvey. and Mrs Recent visitors of Mr. und) i I JohnHim Michael Norman. i twecn Hampton and Theresna.

Jones, brother of the groom; young people will make their K. Dukes in Alnchua General -I Sunday afternoon visitors of Harvey are now residing In'': Mrs. Ray RtwltT were :Mr.: *flu i Slit Oral., (HmUklnnon) : I Mr. and Mra. Benny Saxonare

Br Betty Rabon and George Pierce. The bride home at Bedford Lake. Hospital Monday. Mrs.. '. Mr. and Mrs Maxie Carter the pajttorliim. I' Mrs. V'orl Thompson and Mi Btwinie J1a>C.Iey. Madron Duck, living in a house trarer at

was given in marriage by her Out of town guests were I Dukes Is now home and fccl- Sr. t'ERStN.L: $ I and Mrs. Clytto HeffelAiujer I fonnio Eunice O. Dianne Teston.I .
I the form home of Mis. B,= Y
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGOSPEL. father Her mother was drea-. Mrs. Diane AUigtxxt Mrs. El-!: tag much better. | Vernon Conner. who attends I BUi, Viiinrljfht, of Atlanta of :Marion 111"1ant, Ililtt I Saxon lie H attending tfe

SING I aed In a beigo dress with olue Vaughn aid daughters of I The rehearsal supper for the Herr.v College.: in Home, .(!la., i U.. win .Wsttji>4 Mr.\ and Mrs. 1 Roster of Green Cove Springs VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVIhAMPTON University of Florida.

A gospel ling was held light green -accessories. The Alucnua, and John _Green of I Groen-Joutu wedding was <
mother of the groom wore a r..ry..aII. Mrs. Pearl with hi* Air and Mr. ...
Saturday night at the en by Markey. : parents ; and :'11'" C. harley of Live Oak vlilUil Mr. and left lavt week for a vacation -
Fairbanks rose lace dress with white accessories. CLI'B 3IFE'ISThetnevIy Mrs. Amanda Lewis and Mrs. Mrs. K (I. Conner ,
spent Sunday. with their Mr I'aiU U Dlnklru :
UiuiiiR
Baptist Church. Churches : son-1 I II &; trip to South Florida.
I !! formed .-1-1 Club Johnnie Green at the :Markey MU.1 )1.Irl tell Joluiw a student -I I I
from Gainesville] (In.law .ami daughter Mr. and tho week. Wendy Hill was hostess for
Slarke. Mrs. Fred McOavid. pianist or Brooker held Us aecond, home Saturday night following of t'nlalka Junior Col. Mrs.. It. IC. 11111 '
Brooker and Hampton I Mn,. Richard( Cheaser. and II | :Mr. and Mr*. Moxie Reddloli By Stanley party at the O. E.

represented. There were were va- and Mrs. Glenda Andrews, meeting last Tuesday at the ,' the rehearsal. j I lege. spent 4ha weekend with children In Fairbanks, i, of Ratford. Mine Carolyn I I'bone: .68-1168 Hill homo on Thursday eveu-

aolist provided the music. | Brooker Community Center I Mr. and Mrs. Moxie Carter I Miss Elisabeth. has' :
rloua quartets from these From Last \\eckl Terry McLcud and Dobby MeClul-& ins last week March\ : 18.
(Held Over
churches who The reception was held at I under the direction of Mr. Sr.Mr. returned from '1two weeks'' Inn spent the uettkentl. with 1..&.... ...... Odetula Melton entered !the

also nolos and what participated have you., the Brooker Community Center -| Taylor. The youngsters enJoyed : Well the flu bug has ht and Mil.V.. C. Townsend visit with Mr. and .tn. Ralph Mr. and Mrs.' Ronny McClelUn Mr ar.J Mrs. Oroige Saxon : New River Baptist Ajsoclatlontipeakera

Attending from Brooker were )tnt. Pearl Mvrkey a film. "Are You" Man Brooker as well as many :II spent the \\ockcml with Futch and Mr. .and Mra. Terry and email son in Sylvanla, I were guests of honor Sundayat tournament at the

Mr. and Mrs J T. Bass and ed guests at the dvor. greet-I;I Enough For Tho Job? shown I, other towns anj cities. Among I Mr anti Mrs. Cart, T. Garden Putch in Black loW\t"ill'l, Ua. III.tI.k.\ a family dinner, for their I Iblrlhday. Youth Rally at Ralford Baptist -
ception was held at by Mr Taylor. Chaperones In Cnh'rlAlII.. r'.c. \! Mr*. A. D. DtihbM and Mr '
chlldi'en. Jimmlo, MacRae those who. have had It' I It .. Preicnt for the occasion Church Saturday evening,
for the evening were :'Ir Leroy -1 Mr. and )Ir.. P T. ..
Hill. Mr .
Brooker ]II. B D. Aadiews and Willie Dobba
Community I were Mr
Naomi Fund Jane : tann.GlIIN..J'ps or.atiU have U are Mrs. Annie I t visiting were. Mr. and Mrs. E. u a representative of Hampton -
:Mrs. Pearl Blokes Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Mrs. William l 11:. Oliver. i ctvKlren of Wlldwnnd and kirn.
Markey greeted were Ciiiey Pobbs In
: : : UK.DOINr.Miss : Johnson who Is recovering at ) L. Dirt and family, Mrs. B. Y Baptist Church.
.
Brenda Green was married guests at the door. The receIVIng -: Sparks Mrs. Minnie Atkin her horn; Mrs, Mae Molt.I and Mr. and Mrs Leonard I Thursday to Sttturduv guests Jacksonville Monday Baxon Mr. and Mrs. Benny Mr. 1t1.1frs.. M. L. Watter-

to Troy Richard lina consisted of the I eon. Mrs. Pearl Markey and. | who also had tho flu and i Home and childrnn. all of ''uf Mr. and Mrs. V,'. ('. Moore 1\lr. antI Mrs.. C. I P. Gordon Saxon Johnny Davta and I ann spent from Wednesday to
Jones In bride and both their I Mr. and Mrs Green. Refreshments hcrlI I II Jacksonville. were Sunday 1 and family.Mr. I oHuiiiMll weekend ,
an Impressive groom I stayed a few days with war Hollan\ Plynd.11... Sam Oar- Salurday last week with Mr.
day afternoon at ceremony the BrookerToptl't Sun. parents. and Uu maid of were served and the I daughter and family In Eiiests of Mr. and Mrs. F. U. : and Mra. J P Martin visitors of ')Ir. and. Mra. KmlPendarvl afalo of Apoi>ka Will a visitor and Mr. *. Donald McMahone

Church' honor. The bride's book was : young people played games I OalnC6vlIIeIr.: and< Mrs "I Conner.Mr. I t>f Jacknonvllla were visiting *. here with the Saxons. ]I anel family In Daytona Beach.

Parker of.lclallnK\ with Parents L. L. kept by :Mrs. Carolyn Green I during( the evening. Mcugan Tlluhman. ,The TUI and Mrs Walter Holll- Rev. and M..... John I'erkln 1 Mr. *. Beulah, Revels of MI. day on Mr Saxon's .satur.1| Hubert Baker and Ben

the brl Robiiuion
Ada and
Mr Cocoa ,
Roy Green of Brooker Green and Mr*. Loretta ,I AM! Brenda Bass: hits had the I with Mr. anti Mr*. I mint of 1'011'1.I'ltlnll.. Friends, : Pnlalkt were villi""'.... of :Mr' Riuidny March: :21! | drove to Hampton last weekend -

Thegroom's Merrltt served the wedding Margie. Sue D >nnhl i>n and chicken! pox. but U about : Everett!: Carroll. I of :Mr. and Mrs Riinletle. amiMr Mamie Futch nnit Mr anil I George: Hlit returned to the Mr. Shealy 1.. remaining

parents are from cake from the bride's table i I on of t.ak
Macclenny Attending Misa I covt'.d,1th. a linen drawn days! with :Mr. and Mrs. Hick I Lee Holder entertained a I and daughter Mrs Vivian I at the parsonage and! attend. VisitIng Mr hattie Darley. City tail Pitdny. where ht'' Bakers.Shi11C.

Oreen as maid of honor washer work tttch tablecloth Servit ,i I Rttulrson and family Mrs. few of his friends at hi* home Moigan and con. spent' the ed morning :serylcos nt Methodlnt !Miss Sine Prescott and! Mr. wan to undoi\'no an operation I Ion
alster Ming Janice Green. Rachel 1 Green and Mr. and I II weekend In Tampa. 1'0ANU
I I
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punch: were 111.. Shirley Saturday niirht with a | Church Sunday. and Mra.. Illmm llcnnett and Tuesday this week,
Best man was the 1 I Iret-to-I, Mr. and :Mm. Millorami DHAIN FIKLOINSTALLATION;
groom's Teuton. Mrs Johnnie Green i )dr.. Victor Jones I ether arm a weiner r iI I I Brooker'* entry in tho races; chlUlicn spent Usa weekend I
There was no special occasion I I i Knza Itlancruird Monday were Mr., and Mrs. Jimmy Bennett j and family: drove to fowlIng
I I i I lnte J of the first with Mr. Miller' parents j
part race but he thought It would be Mr. and Mrs. James Bower of of Holly Hill Mr. and Mr. i Green lat weekend for vIsit Itack I IIiit'( Work ,

GLASS That' Our BuslnesIf Saturday night when It slung 'I nlre to get together but the I Mr. anti. Mrs. II. J Miller ulilonlt"y. Oley. PH. ami' Mr.*. Clarence Alonao Austin of Now Smyr I I I with his relatives. Pump Out 8 crv ice ,
IAVl'mwo.al..
rod l leave
a on rain hindered It somewhat.! I Spinner of UoyeKown. I'a. na much, and Mr and M.tliigrho .-* The Lflimla Meltons spent Fill Dirt and Top Soil\
lf Class !' Mrs. W P. and'
W. Have If from the Arn1)'IU the driver McKinney
Those who did show up and ,1 Thme are the daughters. 1111- j Austin of IMytonnHeaclt. Sunday in at Aiitiutln anl ItUADFOltn SKITlC
Attending from Brooker son of Jacksonville were Sun
I
CALL WRITE or VISIT & I i I who had a food time were ;; lit and Kjithlcon of the kite MIA. Melton who has beets TANK COMPANYPhone
Mr a",1 I Mrs. day afternoon gueiits of :Mr '
were Bobby
FOR ANY CLASS; ;; NEEDSHEA'S I Rosalie Pat-ruth.. Larry Rob. ,I Mr and Mra. \\'. R J"lnkho: Rev. Jo Crawford of LntiruBaptM i t living. there with her *.on.I -
.
and Mra. CecilVhltehead.. I I
Jon and! Thereaaa. Mr. and ;
s !tl'jn) !) : t
I II
l I erts. Jtmmle and Danny Mc- 'I were Mildenl of Luwlcy! In Churnh wim MU"\. lu-ljw and: daughter Mr and
:.11' Bill Jones nivl Mra. Loutia Moore I
Mliuie spent
Rae and Lee Holdtur.Mr tilt nineties speaker at KvtiirrvenChurch i Mrs. Clarence. IU nn,
GLASS CO. and ()ian; Mike Colson; Ln-I, Sunday with her nHti-rs, Mis I IOeneva 0.11111.1. utul'n.1
*. Eatelle: Bass of Oaln.-j I I i FrieJHla are plenivd to learn' la.l'SIUldll.V.. ed home with them.
verne l yal. Civile Green; Struth and Mlsa Ann'
(NOT INC.) Henry Harrcll and Mr. und|, vllle attended service at IV-. Fuunker of teksonvllle.. i, that Otis Brewer 'IN at home HONOR KOLI.lt Mr. and M.I. J:A. WlllUmn. OldFashionedGospel!

I "Formerly Joe Peters i. dan BaptUt Church Sunday Sir. TrM Norton after several tI"y. its IP" Oratle C ICanoval\ I : Brendu -, and hiiiiihtera. ansi :Mr
ni.i",a Co. Mrs. VhHor J_ and Vhkj.Mr. I I !II t We Design' Modern and ills. Rnsty Mnnnl I I morning aivl visited with her the weekend" with Mr. 551(1lire. Imi Hevnrv Arthur! Riutdln \1 ltd in SingSunday
Store Fronts IOn and faintly: Mr and Mrs i [) fltnutuv with ;Mr
Dade City
onna Piige Ricky SI"tiling' '
.
Norton.
\1 n.. /. Just Mal) 1T" A Pattern For' and fnmllyi visited tnelr' J. T. Bass. Sunday afternoun.Mrs I Mrs.K.%V.M II. i i I! p11th.Mr.. and Mr. I....lle Phillip I ]*t ant :3ml! Oracle (."Vulkner and Mr*. Fiank. Oromer> and March 2C> :
0 Table daughter/: and husband. Mr. I Amanda Lewis and Nogel and son.RoruM : :3:00 J P..M.Assembly I
yj Tops! I i and sons were dinner itimatsi > : Shirrl Nitpler" Jv:' Starling daughters Mra WlllUms I. : .
and Mm. Jamil Kabtnah in :Mr. Penal Maikey were I! Wlllliims. and MiM I |i: of Mr. anti Mrs. AV.. Caa- Hhrllii' Hupp, llr. Oioiwar'i! sister l
1313 N.W.4th IM. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-I353 1'.1 l)lan. Clark of OiUmloveie
: Lake !
City Hundiiy I l I cent visitors of Mrs DUe !I II II klna' Suiwluy.. I Salt. : Ti'fitnmt/ Mra.. ""ne. Jones WAS, hoat- of
weekend of Mr. I
and
Mr Iva and Mrs. guests
Douglas
*
|I ParrUh and Mn Etta Nettle Mra. B. 1'':. Rt'idlliilt upont llri-wrr.. trIte Crawford. Jonas, I Phil. for a liquId\ embroidery,
Pearl Mu-key visited In Illfrhj i I I In OrUndo. I Mm. Sunnv" McNeil of Tnlliihiuaee. I I the weekend with Mra J. O.I I Himrlnhnthnm' Nancy Lee. party at her home In 1 lampion

Spring Thursday, Mr. and ,,, Mr and Mis A. L. Green lit,*. McNeil l lit tile Pona and family In Tallulma- Jamra Norniiin, Sholla StmlIng on Friday evening last God
Mr*. Lamar Hall and children j' UKhtvr or :Mrs. Noogt-l I I
I I and Joe and Mrs. Pratt Mar- I I .... She Was co-hoiitel with / wcrk!
Mr. Mrs. J II.
Cut Those were supper guests of Mrs key spent but weekend with I and l'Mlw.1 I Mra. Puns for a houno party 3rd, (lirinl. (Hitmlilnnt, I' Lin- Timothy Fuliwood'ent! theI Ilnlford Iliithwny.t '
'
Markry njid Mr. Amanda ford and children: Wel'O Friday'
Lewis Thursday nighC Man t Mr*. Allen Mcsamotep 'I dinner | | Savannah. CM. given for a parent lit Weal Palm lli>iirr)
IVIntt group I Cindy OHffln. Puhhlo : tr.H. :.101
: Crawford of Guinea-
We are to thattennIs
sorry report _
Repair Bills '! Mrs Lloyd Clark vIsited\ her I: of young holy" ttiil,,nta for .'0 Napier Ann StartIng, t'avlil Mr. and Mr. ArUurr Rtxl
\
Hoop I. M patient inthe I
Fuddle for I
and family a
son. Mlle.Mr
: (the spring holldiiyN Tills la arn.iltlonsit Yon.
wIthNatural Bradford County iloeptt.L.Stark. ': few dss. The Clark live In and Mis P._ M Noiton "
( event of t'lIc'h
4th tIrade I irutih) Cindylhik
with| pneumonia We Lake City and children attml the funeral -
now
wish him of Mr. Norton's aunt I apring. ; Hobble. I'yul. nryl Mlllnrd )-
a iqvedv AMBULANCE
recoveryMr Mr. and Mra Terrell Oirenand SERVICE
Mir*. Stella Kstrwle. I I..* In
(GasFor ; and )Mrs Lacy Conwayj! :Mrs. Rtmettit hodges Garrett llyta. Jolifimwi. Nancy -
lIOn of Alabama \Ultedhi ..... J PHONG 9AI.2AOO
Wptlnoiiluy afternoon. Jn New Orlrnn. IM where ah.II. Noiton., Alonao 0. ... Mary
.
of Pct<1 1.n Rdfitliit Church drove
| parents Mr and 11no, :, :Mucrlenny' Is visiting her non and f.im- Snuth Margaret" Smith, WII ynTeuton DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
to Georgia to attend the wed-I I Green r.oenhiy.Mr l I II "
tUnar cot UioJr mKrert They j Mr. and :Mm, K. )R:. Thorn- liy "
"('ar. free," "trouble free" heating cookingand / topped by Jacksonville .and I Atlanta and Mr.Oa.. Jack were Markeyof recent ton had. as. we.k nd vlslluis I Mr an.1 Mrs. Phil F.unlra : Oth C3rn<1ii lfijiec : tArry DeWItt) C. Jon M' RTl-H.re<1 Funeral Dtre'rt.t'Stark. '

water heating there nothing like Natural picked. up their daughter Visitor of Mra. Pearl Markey their son Kiinrrt. of Jitckiun- were vMtlng' hill pttrvnta.. Ml. thrown Hhrllii. Nnrninn .. .'11\.
Kathleen vllle N"viil Air t.atlon. and and tire.. J. II .Kunlr: .. the I 1 flth 1rndv, I iM.ti.$l llogrrAkers

Gas and It's economical, too. It's instant Item |i Ms Amanda Lewla ix-nt a Mrm. Vivian Adiluwn. and latter pent. of the w"ek. after VVnyno Bennstt. Lynn RENTAL? 8KKVICES:
Mr. G..n visited
ftafe, It'. clean and your supply U ;always there. her parents.Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Fred I few days Dukes with. In her Lake slalter.Butler MrsRurel Utiirhters .t OraoK" Park. I n tour In T I hi.*I hospital' llc
MclHvkl, j. j Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wood I tucky. They are recent bride Martin, Joy flnpp Jerry 1',,.. _
Sunday.
GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE Mrs Duke has been Very 111. ,[
Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Tinn.y but friend will be gLad to and,' hllilren. ...,. wckrtguvnt I ---.ft':; !!."'"j:1: ">.T'. = w'i.s-.-.. ...... ::.. ._ w.- W44', .. VlIi' _
I -- -=''SHE rtr : __ ._ w ; .:.' "._T? i wpt' -,- : .>'''
-:5-f \S..a
and imna or Gainesville vUlt- learn that .J,. la slowly recovering of Mr.'oud's mother.Mra Xf jyT. u -t -i;. j- jTPit gf1'm 6l ajci ; ry npf f ;
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STARKE NATURAL GAS ... JoI.... nan Markvy recently al her home U It.. Craig of Womhii.la I.I ;

CITY HALL PHONE* 961-2331: "Aim. visiting In the M.r- Pvt Laverne Dyal. U 8 They were. there to helprelebrnte I i AREA BUSINESS DiRECTORY I IL.

key home ware li r. and Mrs, At,my .*n of Mr and Mia Mra. CI-S ,,'. birth- -1

".1)' on HumlayAlrmnn! I
-- L L. Dyal 1s home on leave
_
1-0 and Mrs. IUrley .
while. bflnn trtmifrered front ..w-t.. : : ;:"'JS y83S' "c- /"SK*;' K ''JC1'' 'iJWwr1* ?''.V'.R-.W". "/". i''tSri:_ ', .- _' ..'. __ ST-' .
'. _. .'- -=
Hartley ant son of NlL> -- --1' -=.r.rA -LA1 :na j JAi.i.tLi2' '; ""'"- ---- a
Fort JackKin. 8. C to Foft
honker Ala P,>..t D>al ha' vllle were wvkeiul /guests of : 111'? () H.I.m: & Uln'I'I': : I .\1 i ITT' () SAI.IM.VSIUVICI: : : IIEAUTV( () > '*, ..", '. "
her Mr and Mra. K
just completed, !basic tralniiM: parents
,, 1.. Smith. Mrm. Jlsrtloy and I Tropical Pontiac I..m Conipltls Shop
and was among those ho recrivad Motors Inc. Bicycle
until 1 Barkley .. .
with on will stay nn April Cullut lirls [
0
an expert ruling
I )mcyroiicYciK1!
ti. They also visited Mr hartley.mothr '. Inc.TTIUCTC .
Tuition llu< *
rifle lie Alabama
the to '
goes inn MIIIMAT
.. A Vr' 'PI1'I.'con'
Mr. Thelma Lowe,
a
13 "tU: l'l.o\l" ::
for week mure of training S fiwo crjrimr : '
to'i 1.I..nl In Vra Laverne was very anxlou IIII.I.MAN: A NIINHKAM'!
diive Brooker number 23 In I"luapi tal 'UL\ I o N r i uI A rIJO Central -,. '.-- a1H A flervH

the race) in Gainesville Bat- ( Mr and Mrs U W Drown I : ) NW A'h' Ave (hitirisavtll.Replicas !' BCItWIN DlCYCtJW

;::1': ." urday night but the rain had a,. w.....k..n"I'll"/ We Rp..*ill.... In : fl.3SB1I College I I & Hafc Work

,; wouldn't 1-t up tmu/ch/ Maybe their a'.'. ,fl... of Miami. BAIJCti: A BCTIVICEFarUrr I I tit 3. K 1st Oil W. t'nhftnlly" Arefh.In..t.iii. .

next week Laverne and. their dmiRhter,, Mr. Margaret I Trained "'.rh""lr. I I Inc. 114SillAIII1E'l' .
<> 114.7711tIi
I
: Ann PPP| and rlnklrea" i
Itl lEAN: UHEII: CAllS '
] ( : $
1:1. Inspected Car Specialists(
vvvvvvvvyvv.vvvv.Kingsley nvllle.
of J rliw>
( a !.IU'IIr.N-IUNZ:l :
,MAN
ted N.
: i PIe.. rail and rive m* any I
n..... yini have The dwulllna. <(1Ins'etii.< >7<>U7tV 5 .\I.IIII.Ir.OlIal. House of
t Lake I "GaltiMVllls'a
seth weak I I. Monday nounLAWTEY ..
Part* H"r-
.. 113 8.11 K.' Honond ( Specialty "11 ,
Mt t hl"U1.T..I.IU."I I
!'fr.. r. 3f. XenonPhone 1 p.....VV VV.VVVV..V V V V JUKI: I;' I riorum !* :

rvmlly of 4 Wheel! l DriveS MOIItllV: TIt "'
: ( IT'ii. TIME TO MOTS
019-10'*I Iilll .pert .

\ I RAMIII.KREronotny AUTO SAI.VAr.I": Ml :>I... Main-. .. Call _
: : ..... :41tI Y .. .TYTY"" .Y.. _
j.
Azaefl(' "n..t 0.8en. .- : (leln.a. viii.CHAIN (I tIN"."V1E.L.
4* .
*
r jr'( nu.II -->r.".. Mir mae ftlaniiir4Members ..... and .... I{:Paul' Auto Salvage ; \ Inc.
I .- ;' HAUS
Sunday VU4>...i>L 9 .5 a m ... ...... ... ... Wft Huy Wwkmt Cat Al ("II Collnct" 37H-9234

Morning, W....htp. 11 .. m .I i TOP" I' 1C ICE: S A. & J.
: Tral lrilngIfnlnn.. 4:15 p. m of the WHCH Rid way Motor Co. ]I I 1' & m.\

Rvrnlng Worahlp. T'3D p mMidweek TuswUy. night vl last WMk I 1132 n MaltS All :Makes .* a'....... UeM I & Mower j

:'l''. 4'Li- a tfll,4 ; .- Pruyer. HvrvtaeWetlnewti at the home of Mra. Orville (tahiw.lU.. 11S.ltll I FsrUTrMype 1 Jue Andsmiin / Paint &
Hrrvlnw-We, Will
.: I'. 7 'SO p m. Ray. II O.n.a.-mcrr..; a"nu give the d.] llomrlit Chnln

: ,.< ,. .';. T peavy Pastor "C>ifnt. in "lIunAl. Tlie rniwtuiK w*. rind Any roUt rev. Tee. I HALKfl A II : Glass Co. I

j4\ ; #, % us ..or hip together. then turned over to M,.. B & G Motors Co.VAfflhi.AC4fl.flOMflnIL I l KV1NI7Kll rUNTs
,. lrs Parts \
t...... ""ujj Gainesville. 171-4SI1 IUp* ft
4. ; ... Tribe who shvweU allile .
A.l4o.l e'p'ls Youth .Ie was obrv..1 l : I'of '! 441 N pMt Stock Yard > ,r .
'"" ./ ... this wrck at Klnglley" t.keHsptiit taken in Canada, including' : A IIIfon.."hsiflesVWa,4'&t .
Churrn with our her home t/l/ ..
.
) youth flllinc all places of r.. beautiful views of .points. near ftAI..It: Ot ffRHVlCK: Air Conditioning 1I."tlnRUSS'S << phone S72:\., Windows Awning .

wuithtUty The morning served l a ........ course at UM FIlM' s..lnUIfhf U- Cars JIM, Off Will M.' ....' Wallpaper' ....,..
fONCI'KTK: : () : : 'nvvllalton.
; (
r1iae of th meeting
poskvr was K>y Coleman Taken On Cw ila! TnuUe
,- The Itunw. Demonstration. SHEET II N W Sixteenth St.
If .. and rr ntng apeaker. ...a. toll N. W. llth. HI. 411 IMMttlT THAT .
te TCnrton Itrtjmm !'...." Club mM .Ut Thursday morn ,\ 311.lIt81
METAL INC. coNturrr
led In Prater MU/ig. W.4.newley InK with Mlw. Kns* HlaiM.h- lIO4E; 11..1SU ,
a... 'led ., ARE: TICK nnrr
-. I'icbf. .rd. Mrs K K tdvvotl'inal / -

!J. i The regular, ITUIM m.-tlng and M,.. lutat Ty. _. Ileatlag Edwards

'. of the New River Aactatlon.h pr.M nUMtr tlunMI Une.IM.-C Supply Ocala Chrome
t. .u l liSa,... Th. mm eHoU '" ,\lr (""",,, IU..I.. ,
"
t .... <.* Plating
Charei. ',.1.1. m<.ee al Kings- l J.'nl read a letter telling wt $.Iww.4 t...... n..Vft.f.1II. ,
try Lake. rs.Jt; >.( Cburci April I hut the new. home d.m.itvIratkin r. Nkkel.: Chromium

Is your wife still tied to a relic of the past ? I .1" P n. :Xvnbrri of the agent wouJ l be hon .,. Crane U2fJ N r: IMh T.rrao OAltDKN: : \'\. Metal. Ptnlablng
Cuatmn Suiting
Broth, howl till ke. I n charg Apnl I 13:) Pl''na were tomplrted ;
LinconMercury U\l1Ij fJlU: .JK:
Mr' and Mrs W II Axner for prewMing the n- Johnson & "rllltl" : : (1KA.NINO:

Free her> from outdated unnccmajrv drudgery ieith a ttameLrim "...t ....II.y .f- UM week.1 ,hlbU s>t Ute Ojiintx bait. "IA,- 5M r. C'" ......11., A_ UII aj.1 n,... 1741711 M mutntnatlr Cm>pl! t. "'.. BR'S'<'. COPPER

utotnatic elextric dryer. Coet only about 4< JT ICUM|-and .- In WayeriM. O.. vlsttuig' UiK the .but ....k In April (Jslnsavlfle 173-4201 a K r""-rf..A nard Chrome

deliver laundry aunahinevfreah and dry. rain vr slibw. Get one. Mrs. A...+.'. brother and at.*. Tarts and ruffae HOOT. nerved CaglUh '. '
Save wear and tear on your beat girL And amd your dotha- ler-ln-Uw. Mr. an-l Mrs. O. fl STT the. luMtcM Ins..rileW.-. IsLet Ita-III HI

pins to the moacum. J CIa rt.t_.. I .111. K< II .\"I'n' IT":* LIPS: CAft'S' We Rent rvnilla

bee M* *ntnt innovation in imprwtj, aulnmaltc ftomrltlt eLectric lie I sad Mm. KvniMth Kkler iirmrt M.U...ll.t M.n _
drytrt at your appltaner doalrr. sod torn of JrkaoartlL,, were I> Woi..Mp. II I a .._*in. 172-1411 rlColljr; .

_4,. qva.fr.nd fveets U Mrs. r;. 0 I Imd.r m and 7 ;35) p.m. MVr .81.h Transmission, Inc. 04'.111' # ,, I : Typewriter
_ ..
Wr ln*.'., 9pm Prayer

Mr ...* Mr* J.f WarrenfMl ;I Clrclo ._h Hee4m. *. m OfJ .HaT- Repair A EsthMff: I.AIHKS: WKAH: EXCHANGE: I :"

lHf .f JacbaonrHUpvnt Klnrt BHlJlunday\ ; DODGE: TItCIr. All Uak. and )Jud.t.Ta"OUI \- .-Authorised]

Monttar wtlh Mr. and 1Mr I Brhunf. 10 Wi rsnip. 11 am "' YIc4 A C.,.. DealertiaryIctarTetatl

*. I. U nr4i...ir.MlM ..... i'... .. .
Sylvia burton .p.nt I p Prayer IUrvtr. .wriWfrtn I rmnoRi.t.r J'r..T'.ted o.&n-.I118.& MOI'4 Machines. Calculators)
Address For I
: .flERVICE-: RETTTALil
I the weekend. with .he./..Thilyie +ntity p. n. OruUwr' ,
Poole-Gable Motors ( I'AAUVgDL1arf -
;
'siIl 1J.r.I1Ir.OJ.tj\ t'IT TIME-4llaewM >..* re..
E. M. Norton I IMr baL WMf TWA, KA and .
$ ri.ua I4A7KITV' "' .._ &. ollb .e fin
'lOin, "Owl' I. L'T COWPAY. IIlt..S I"JLD 'LO"O"l. Lucille "JMourhten and I:liA. Ant and "' 1:4.n...>..;.. 1 1I tl. 0. I:. 1st A t.MIOVK GWSeSVfll* (atoll Maul. .... : N Main 8& OalneavUl
daughter, .... li?. and Mrs I I I p m. Huivl. f fth.'_.i ,f;: '" .'
: 171-UU a.J.ole 171-SIM (OS W VtlJI. ;y ( Phon 374S5JJTln:1t"
Jimmy Moore aU of Jsckaoo-rwj teacher. meet each E 4 taf


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I 'E'HL. '' POUND BAG 0 7 T' '


fiaEE=ySEEBffifE?? ? ???!:?::.. OD STOR ................::;,...:,. REGULAR $1.1
fifF!? Eliiiiiiiiiiiiili i;
L' 7E??? ?IElififtiIiiiiilfl?? ? ???? ?? ???! iliaN:1S1aaLaaiulaiti? : : : ?1aaRI: : {: SAVE 3Ox i r /
Tho Smart Place To Go Far Good Thing To Eat I

100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON AND SWIFT PREMIUM


/ Canned 4 CAN LB. $298t




REGULAR 98* .'.

Fish Cakes 2 J 59' iBDE "

FLOUNDER zb.
I
Fish Fillets 39

REGULAR 934 W-D SIRLOIN

t Y Fish PILLSBURY Sticks BALLARD;"li"CANNED' 89* St ea. 8 8 I.BIscuits

4ccns 394 BONELESS ROUND

'. PHILADELPHIA CREAM Roast LIS. 79*
!i41 Cheese BUTT 8-oZ. Pkg. 29'BOSTON T-BONE .


Pork Roast .b. ; 39' Steak. La. 98WD
o
REG. 59* LB. COPELAND SLICED .
Bologna 491 WeD GROUND 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON
t.. (Ib

J BREAKSTONE Beef 5 -LB $195
Sour Cream %,.Pt.25 .
,

\... REGULAR-39 DOLE SLICED bled .

Pineapple I 4)2$1 Cons I. Grade "A" '

REGULAR 2/33 THRIFTY MAID APPLESauce REGULAR 65# DEEP SOUTH PEANUT QUANTITY'RIGHTS RESERVE
PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 27TH
303 Fresh Florida .. ..
8 $1 1. M INN-Dlll' -- IMO-cowmaMT-
Cons 24-oz. 49 ..
Butter ;
JAR
REGULAR 2/29# THRIFTY MAID EGGS .
p303 .I
Cut Beets $1.
i's U Cans REGULAR 69* .". ANTISEPTIC
'1\ REGULAR- 2/25 STANDARD
: Tomatoes 10 C3a s $1 1. Doz. Listerine BTL-oz. 49;

REGULAR 2/31 JOAN OF ARC
r I Kidney Beans 10 Care. 1.' ) C REGULAR 75* CALr ATE

Reg. 37c Thrifty Made Crape] 2' 8:, KING 54

,' ... ., ; JUICE 3-24 oz. cans $1.00 {tof Toothpaste SIZE ; r

I' REGULAR 2/29 SCOTTIE FACIAL

: Tissue BOX 200 oFI0>

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. FRESH, TENDER REGULAR 87 CHASE AND SANBORN

.. Asparagus lb. 39'
I : : SWEET, JUICYOranges Coffee CAN 69,
.
8*. Bog 59 .
D MORTON APPLECHERRYPEACH REGULAR 77 ASTOR VACUUM PACKED

,.',. Fruit, COCONUT Pies 3 For $1u Coffee CAN MB. 591.
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HI-ACRES ORANGE
TL... Juice 5 Cans$1. REGULAR 59* WHITE OR BLUE ARROW

' REG. 291 ASTOR FRENCH FRY
't .. Potatoes 4 Pkbs. $1. Detergent & 49*; .

: : 1 TASTE O' SEA
r Fish Sticks 3oz.. $1 REGULAR $1.20 HERSHEY PLAIN OR ALMOND

TASTE O' SEA FILLETS 24-ct. 89
t Perch }i Pk49* Candy Bars PKG. ;


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SAVE 28* STAR KIST LIGHT MEAT CHUNK

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I AM GREEN STAMPS. .1'Jt...GREEN.. STAMPS. dK...GREEN. STAMPS.
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CAN 0".. INS.. TWKLVR NO. t CAN*
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Hawaiian Punch r/J] Knockwurst "F4 Dog Food
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TAVT O' U'" .W'n'' POSMII M .OU."STNAWt.NNTHaddock
, i j Dinner J/4 Ham...... Preserves
S 000 THRU MAR. ITTH .000 THRU 17TH. "' OOO TMNU MAM.17THIt. ..
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.. OLD KINO PIIIVH LtANGround SSO O.LOW CALONISOnion
Rings O7( Beef'' Soft Drinks
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