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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01439
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Ili. 3 Chamber Of Commerce flooded With Praise

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Twenty seven Bradford I

County growers! cauuiou.t) "
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community of litlll'kit: Ui.unnU
u1' the Chamber of Commerce: 5

the l Retail MeuluinU: Ai.-,>oclutlou .. {
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e. 1 the HouJ.i liank ditliu ;

Community! H. uk, inStaike

City Council 1, UuBiadloij

1 \ County Couimliuloit.
runt 1-eitcnU. Snvlnut it: LoauAtHocldtloit.

the Uradloia I
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County IVvt'loprnent Authoi ,
1 tty. MUilif: Ol Co.. and t-Hiud Y
fair all jointly contrlbuli-il!

; J d !' tile cash necrHiitry: to put"'
w Chase callous, Cups>> l.ibela.! H
A'1 and air transpoitiitioii for not I

& f only the straw bcrttra. but al.i,> '--., --.,,.
National trawbvrr
for queen Jane! Jains and heiretlnm I "''''"h'lC to t the ilnnieolle relntliui.. front tliieen. Jan. .pin I

, -a.-1Queen --- ,it *lru ,lirrry, Ixnit.imilfre. 0"> "Secretary of Agriculture Drvllle

Motur.il lit ". 'kaont HI from I.nlli'fo.. The tory, bi-ulns with a promotion .r'rri-iiiitii.. In a the liin-kgriMiml. I. Senator Chitrley. F.. John.
< airport ( ) Charley E. John. Rep ,\. J. June* does her bit to ImproveInt rrimlluiml. rflnllmi* hy ft-eillng. ; u lut.-lon

Thnrna. Jr.. John. fillip of Ibe Slat IXepartment of Arkii. erry to hl,'" honor k.. \In :Morrlt, lord :\I"r"r of UonforU. Ireliuid.S scheduled. fur the last, heavy ralivs.. A downpour on rl *<*.

Ntraubrrrjr! Jut-en Jane Adam.*. Rtarke Market. Manager Phil C'rnnkhlte.. Chamber, ofCamiuerre ene of thin god| will gesture waa the offU-e <>r !Swuk| .>r of the HOIIMO John MrC'ormUkcenter week In February but In which plant Friday. March 19 nearly NeverthelPM State Farmer's I

3t.n.... fete .Novak" and W. O. Whittle, director FlarMa Slat Farmers ( ), with CVngrciMnmn. hilly Alattlienn' lieumlng. u|"I.r.| ."ul. arqulrotl and .a \delay clianae caused by !..h"rScllolnrahip caused 1 a delay again/ and did Market. Manager Phil Cronk-
! Market. fftrt the quality of the her' (Continued On Pare Two!





BRADFORD -COUNTY TELEGRAPH .Gets Mrs.Indeterminate Wood Sentence GuiltyManslaughter






... Official County Publication Established Ii 1879


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= Courthouse Official. Too

k \ Mr*. l 1I"l4l1i.! dl I. WIMN," !, fiU.ploaiUHl') ( guilty tn man-

Sheriff Had Rather Switch I'll&llIrht..r in tlu 1 Dt'f. 1U fattiI atahltinit of her hua-

Made [mutt VV'illiiun/ It. \\',,<,M|. and' received"l an h\tIeter-' I

Than Fight' (his doctor) Salary Requests vta minute IIrI'IIlacll.lln! aeutenctr l CircuitX'ourt' i If f (ruin,() nix IUTO mouth Weilncailuy to 'ten your afternoon when:'


ISuM l, gum "Inn** Just for ..hlld.... Ifa atM| 1, The mate had charged
Witness Fee Mr*. WotKt with' second cI.!
for "Iah aherlff at I***!. .ta the oplalo..1. For Supt. School Board wuu murder but accepted the

UriMlford'a Sheriff' P. O. Keddlith. ,:
Acids Up iiiiiiislaiiuhler' plea when It

"l 1.C got to hate something la my mouth *lnr. Support of u central' art, uuthorizinir boards of K wa, announced" by Public De..
,reader k, A. (tureen Jr..
I ..tnpp"d| Brook Inff a week on dorter's .rder. *,* Clerk Finds repre-
ago public )public instruction to fix the HulurU'M! of itchool Price e,. I 1"lLlIIII! that defendant
Urn Mherlff Mid ednewlay. aftentooauI'm alp superintendents! in the various 'ounUf'M was "asked\ by Berry r After pnskUtu\ sentence.: on

1 v drlnklnf mum coff **Cad ...1.. mre, low," tbs Supt T. L. Casey nt n henrinK proputietl k h,.lnttin I t Irrk of the four! t'li., r- Il\trll i Wood. Judge Oeorue L.IMttrn .
,,. ..>l>e tilt.ju\mL\ ..rt' :*..m>\,maA 1_ f. mt. .....I'vat hilt' ( List. t F','May' morning'' in (ho ,xaurf hoii"e>..* )Seen lea llurhr was ruiinllug. the Milvltml, thai her case
.slopped .Miioklajr. anal that'. Not ......V Casey alas prn...nt.il a request Risingi ; .1 I Jar.. tVetlupnlJV. .ttniHMin., wiiiilil /be revlowrd "from time
Hrhool and. the
from the Mrhool B"Ntnl' ., 8uiperlntniJi front' Itecemlter I.,. I lii lime' by the Parole Com-
The. Sheriff' lined. to .bo a 3 1-t park.. pe dayInliMler County Judiie.' who receive,
adapted rerontly on motionby \i Plant City. strawberry '1". lots, was. I IIU wlilrh.multlplli'tl .. nilMliin' after she had served
but not any more.. The doctor, road. H. A I.aawn. seconded by the box pity plus athlltkmal' i market U reported to have br 13. CKnie. !to< I the \Initial "I U, month of her
im the riot a'.." "ho aafcl. "..... now I hat. fvo beai A, N UulIUIiy, thnt the ron>. sums as J,,".. <>f the Juvenile. i, firmed Wcdnmduy and. If pool| j jwrsUirr I'j Won I 1:1:111: : the amount. I paid Irrm.AruorJlnit.
off elft-arette _k. I think Ito .t '_ ........." ,)1ot members be Court .n.d l Judge of the Small 1114trfillllura .
g I ix-m at \ Its' continues here. I 1..1. II. llulxev' i u .. to report of the
Rut the "Mherlff" had n droll roafewOon to ........ equal')' 'In every ,,'.y" with Claims Omrt.Ta I I being berries. to., regain 111'1. By Terry Pons < In n Il4iitpluil. lau. Hlmrlff offli-e at the time of

"Tr...... wa n temp or two If .'d had a pork. 001 that received by members. of I Oollwtor J K. top tiunllty.' ftrowrrs are hope' MIJM Terry fun of 'I'nll I king mw. <*ha haul. been. In the arrest the IfamplonItoiMewlfe

hit' 1 I'm afraid. I would hate broke tratnl.go.. the County Commlaakm. Ci...- as speaking. well .on. the behalf Tax of ...K.IIY'I. ( fill for atroniier pi lees next' liiMMna, I..Nin lllKli Henlor untgranI.laught.r lull. sluice' Ilia. il.iU. The, *3 stabbed' her husband '
e' .*lil thin request was from week |p.r Ur tee l H kl,ntl4rd puy with a cook' ln fork
I jiuil play It safe and don't carry ans _.ywters"Two Smith DcVocCommissioned Clerk of the Court .and Rh..,- | | of Mr. nnilMr .
the bnjr. nut from him I Monday wile the heaviest 1, I .. II. K IteililiHh ..f Ijiwtey. fur wlliieiuie iluilti. an argument over
that the
Iff requaled I'Rlilatora -
and that. he w4 merely pr.- | day so fir thus. "euw" >'n, with llnl. '+ev' wa rt-lrawj from tiiinliiR, off and on a television
con..l.ter Inrrennlnar.. thecompensation was recently nwunleit u _.. .
centltiK It for them. 4,1T3 flats going through the .. the I Mlrilnewljy .rt..n art The report slj thatWool
I of then. urn-es.. 12rofl l wlioliirNhlp from
Rodney P. Mall was the suction here. WeJnemlay'. .. to .alter I he ilefeiiiUnl In the ) had| Just eaten dinner
Bradford Men 2nd Lieutenant ; only member"' of the Hrhmt! but did t not specify' nnvamount tat l wa 3.79/1! /l II"tN. with a tlnlvemHy of Klml.l.i.' AlumniAesrwbltlan. trial nUhliln rase enlereil/ .and turned on the television.Mis. .
Presenting( theawarl
unlit the rotiit-
Ihmrrl at the hearing. Hi'. I Kelly pi,'Ire noose of tom. U to .a plea uf iilllr I I.. men.slruahler Wood wanted. U off and
house offfldaU hail. re.Iv.d| l a U Ur' .1, Wayne IteltX.prenlilent .
Smith A. DeVoe Jr. ion of said he oppoaetl the raise, but I 1340 whlrh was sec the ariiumritl riVAuM The
Five Mr. and Mrs. Smith A. DeVoe that" he had told other I'I4MI!' ) raise" 1 two years BKClerk <>. During tlir week, :March 34- <>f the I'nlveraily' tif r.pled, hv .the M'''''. stashing uccnrred after Wont

Sentencedi I of Starke, was commissioned: \ her of the' B<..rd< I m.-1 I .n/ Court that fhnrUs. the 31 the inaikpt handled 20.KU7\ Pl'irl'la.Mint.. .lons Was. srlertal, fur 11111.....'-. total. rherk was had slammed the portable TV
out
i a 2nd Lieutenant upon trad ''nppoaltlnn' would be "..... Darby pnHnteil, flat for a 'dUI I return to (Inr I3.IH7H.: the. TO,. eent on ttie, floor when,> hU wife
uatlon from Officer Training !'I' Hall said ft* feared that. If the ,, of(lies of clerk, assessor' amirollortnr irrowrr of t$1) 411 on Price the holitrshlp. on" the. hiiwl and* r.prr.enled. ,. mlleas.. from had. *"*ltclied U off twice and
fee. bnuband of ,m-holnii, achievement ,,
are on a
ad-IOGI.1.. Fort Bennlng' on salary of S< hool hoard member .. ranic for On' week was from' Ila.splamn. Mtitrke.. hit had &turned II back on, aoconllnii -
.
|l.u.Mrahip She> erve nallninerooni
d..n" it un
In Circuit I we get
Court March 22. was made too tractive.< i make It"Asa..snr II. 50 to U mi I tteprrnt.llv.l. lr the report. .

14, DeVoe wa awarded' the, ", a ..._ might .be lea we flen S.lkl Total to dadare/ the. first soil one a member of Ih* Brooker Man In aiklna for I.nlencyforlb.
T honor of Ouuundlng Holdler! enticed to run for the salary l'lf of the "aeitJiin ). 570(14 fUU. I HomeromlnK Court at Leon defendant following the
Five men, ;'Including two robbery of Thonl'i Service' of the Year In 1063 13ret j rather. than berau of his that lat" year was the mist at an uveuue: of $118* with MlKh H<'hiMtl I. (the If4r>lwonil : entity' plea Oreen sold thepaittt
fiom Bradford County who! Station,,. four mllet north of Ulull Battalion INlkl I ""r- Interest tn the school synteni" I (Continued On Pnir 31 -elpU, of tlBO 404 I II I Iw | Hop CAnirt ..ml l wn recently Badly Hurt I Involved "were ...n/l'/ ,*

pleaded ,gusty to robbery'chanres. Stark The two pleaded ruU- eule.l. ILh Artillery. la Lincoln. When asked by "H>n. Char I II. .. el.t toil "* An attendant 'In |I I .d In a party or Inebriat
tare oven prison| ty to latin *23 from station Mat, At that time he Icy K John If the Rchni! Tallawviee's traditional May I In CollisionI ed" at the time of the slab-

term Friday, March. 24, by attendant Jim Hill They had received letters of congratulations "hoard abto. w.nt*<| the 123 r: twy fVnirt.. 1'1.1( bing

Circuit Court Judge George L.I, been held In Jail under SJ.SOO from both JIlt COID- : "..JM'ft- money". recelvorl" by I A ((1'J-year-oUl: Uumki-r "''' futile J. llulney, a 13-year-oM

Patten bond each for lea than twoweek mandlnc officer and the : each Comml.. (.ner monthly, Shield J,..p.r Orveii, was *erloimly ., nephew. of the Wood. wh'
Edward lee Padgett. 21, and when the sentencing. president. Cse\" replied hot h* pr.,.,am> UF Pharmacy I In lured lat. Thin d4y had. been held In jail her u

Wesley Hosier"" n. the two local t t.I took place. 1.&. OeVoe wa selected: I for ed so alnr The motion Bald n. ..4s Myrrh\ 2a, when" hU' esr crash. i a material wltneia since Dee.
sentencedto Rosier was also sentenced to erra through competitive examination "e-jiKil In every way," Prof Speaks ed l Into a aruii. .trailer 9 inllrswmt I II. WM released. Wednesdar
men. wwr each two years 'on each of two and will be Troop At ...,.....nt. ftohool Boardmember I of .Miuoker. un fit-in upon order of Judge ......n.
thr r yar. In State Prlaon B&E charges when his proba rerelve flOO .. ,.tly
Commartdlng Officer nl Infantry per ta1r To Rotary ire.n 1.n ll. Unlv r The State wa repreaenUd
at Ralford I for the March 11 don was revoked by Judge at Port Oordon. Uaatartlni month salary County coingti.abnent .. M...- ...".....l I" uf .KlmliLt. M.. .' .'
Patten. Ito had been found I July 12. He "IH bt t'Oklahoma receive 1100 1 pet t ,." '""", ,. :. U () llranillnf, hr,..| ref with[ a pimrtureil. tiinii.' IIItwiMl I by AtUUiii State. A'to'MJ'U"Vd
\I'
guilty of breaking Into Law- until then for ad- month plus 175 for .pmuie.. '"t .:: r of I'hurnlaceoUcat lupines.. and several \ M Anderson.Peyton .
Free .Showing son'. Meat Market twice InDecember. Fanced training.Lt : The RommbMloneri'' have req t the lMprtmnt broken.. Wean III! IDA OUUtnotnle -!
IM3 The two B&E: .tfu-r... In salarvft ,, +, rtiarmacy. at the University Ion.. '
ie DeVoe graduated! from> .. FloristIs
& guest
,. ol, "Klurlda, wac
sentence are to run concurrantly month, whir at'
OF/ IMPORTANT( Bradford High School! : In 1 1051and ITO per *C the Itotary' Club. wllh danidun eitliiutvil
with the robbery term has served In the Aimy wm..
Cancer Film the udge ruled. 1173 per month\ and this' .bthe 4' : 1// Woln.s.y.Tb..pecker. The arrldent. hJUfTiecl, t *t PurchasedMr
the eight .
for pat years. during .. .il..1 l that ailver \- '
Three other men ...cape.sfrom which Um he served two flaure apparently aimedat ; i -=-..,: publicity coming ,oat ol 10 :?I A Ttiuradty. nurni and |'n-
FarWomen the Volusla County Road and a half year* oy.r..... hy the -rtiool I Board.As i ... rerent* )Hnat lnv..ll."Hinhuv ( voiveil, .a tru> k wnich w*. and tire\ Oeorg W.
tit
(Continued On Pave Two I to the irenersl art .. I '.>... .. ... .., ... / also. k 'In the ditch: partiallyon ll".brrt* Jr have bought Pey
Only Mrh would. affect his. own ..:.: .os.et!' sea ,rii.it, there liven are thegryntomaMsu trent'inl'Xioprullt Use .pavement, .I l the f\f\ >f- ton Harlot chop from Mn. J
One Critical '! alary' ., Casey plained that leis male llat'herlet. The !>.,ly! Hrown "d Xlrs. Lily
S U April 10 It would ..1"M" ffrh All IIIrl"llf Color) l bu /lne.n. II/
Board on and after July 1 I.1Pf'I. I.. prvarrlp'lun out. of the dilvewayat ntlnne. to be operated under
Florida Theatre Youths \ to fix the salary of the *ai.l.( howover Chit mom than. the hatchery, onto Hll-iq the Mme nllne.Mn. .
Two Hurt halt ..t'.u pres'rip1/00./ *e4-" > wlJ..Ia'I ti
: Mtipertntefwlent providinghowever when the tort rear. Roberts will
10:00 A. M. leas. amt desrrlh.d > operatethe
thAt: no nnpertntend- rtrtwre. l with f..l>e 4'oimly bliubherrle. nn the "...Io.t ually ru t II. or d| upped off the attar. ''if the bitnlneiM.' and will be ..- jr
I ont hall reeoive a aalary. tea here .... week ere (from left ) J. K. WalnwrlgM.' Miyrri I'Nl.! l I IrxUy'* prow. rlptire1'Is j driveway| | III' the. tnwk boP- Uted for a tlm by Mr. *. -

than that rervlvad during the ('......hll.. market nmnaert) J. t' ,Meat nt lineal. l"lf. (rower on* of the a..I..1 Vtu. h of 1'.111-the eme tili-k In tin-. dltrhIJrlver Hi.own and Mr Bridge, the

Jr. Woman'Club Car Hits TreeA year lfUV: and thnt ernuperlntenoVnt ; Phil. "e...g.te of the. entral rlorWU. r:_u rlr. >.enlMnrrt $"" *albs. ; 'tin.ot tM of fnHrUet drug. goes. Into hfel- '' of' the rml put nut owner fur the past several

F'.tSHIOSHOW I .don receive .* f'after, bw>eri and| l II... lenn. r. Hiring, ti, .,....... den| Moms. such. .a.* talco 404i M fUmn, In to direct trafficarrsta.l to: years, r
than Irwk' aerordlna
an anntml salary greater i In*
\ r_r>h. th* npntlitttr .r.a1A. I I .
Tonight ( ThurWUr) KlngUey Lake youth. 1 I'- broken leg two broken ribs.' that paid to any" other employe Berries were bringing Wand gins< 4i4 (her.U continuing: Ortimluig was tnl,........ I fill Trooper I. N Fuwlrwh Children's Group
,..r-old Johnny Raymond i i8eot1. |I and I Internal I InJurV. Bla. : of Ox county: brmrd. 14, per flat on the Marks! Interest ."inorn Bradford: 0.1 l IVvm" Arwlrews >i InvntllMateHl i the wrrcx
7:30 .P. M.Woman' r.I r. U In aertoiM condition alo In the Ur med. center In snawer to sn iwilry. by market one- day. la t week "j Countv' growers In the pr..*- ny A rm t ll r vMilrle. behmulliil. to To Meet MondayThe
l In the totertalT ear Boom of' had a in broken M three "Ken. John. Cary. raid that but color made hot difference pert of blackberry. rtiltltatlotia the >h..t'h..v i. tried to *"l 1
I s Club the> DalfcnUy of Florida|i, Viscose him preoent' ...,.,. Is. $.OOO) Instead of red. they w..crl I a supplement to straw. b.-c.'to. Fain Group AA j ruoml lit* turk" semi a"""<1 a-I Rrailfonl County Chil
Medlral Center after b.lnglajured The accident happened per year pi as $75 per mouth'nppnrs '' Mark t beesm. slunk in the dilrh, dren's Committee will moat
fat an autocaoblle ac. -1 '::30 p. .,. Sunday. March 2*. Two brewers from 'torsiCity /IIUMln MM that 3004blackberry ) Meets Wednesdays i> was not "involved,"' In Ui,* amrl- In the rj I..r.Wn Restaurant. at

ThU! Space Contributed cklent Bttnday. on 8R-J3O: J Jut one-tenth ,] Pin., John said. "h* wa. not .In L*kf Coo.ntF. brought plant have already: dent howeverOreen. 12 noon Monday.. Apr. 5.
Weekly, to PtibiklM The, car wool out of control mile south of too |nter f ten fist. of their giant afcseij.blarfctoerrle been' net by Brwwers. 'in the Thai'" Vain, Orowp of Alrnh J. i iI. II. j ji going ."..t on MR-lf

Community Event by and crashed \Into an oak tree with SR-U. The' Conratr was >1ent rcretrlna a hialievahiry '' to the Hurt minty, and another IO.IMM i I. aiwmynvtM hyikl" npt at approximately 50 mph (HI..r... Hl.MiRverrrn
Reott was a pa-"I In a a total tow with d.llUlCu than other t'IOUrtbml..1' Market where they.. were' plants will be obtained for meermr) < ein.h W-.lnexit failed" to see the. fiatman oe
The CommunityState 1MO CorvaJr' driven by Char ..uma by the Florida ofBHal. I IMo bought br Morrt Carter and setting the.. ,taut of this month nifh' .. .' 4 .>....lock ai (". 111, the Mchf "f the .semi In time i Baptist Church
fe* Perry I ISonoyl I laA. :30. of llUhway Paul at IJOO.. t < ourthniM" of act*Ist J. R. Wainwright at price 'That' will a-lv. .u* from II .rut..... Arvrtr 'amp '>n l Bank Start who was ao) Injured' Baas\ was. attempting to, now reeetv $'.XK)) annually. .. around &cO.rate a pint ;, to H acre (of Markberrle In ford l lake.. Vlxttor arc .1.11. ..frlklnathe/ rlnht rur dualCnntlnued night: Apr. 3, start-
In Uto wreck. Scott has a (tContlnu d4gt "Uf Tvol >t wUa the *vef>tt>.. of the I County Agent O T. liu(- (Continued (tn Fag Two welcome. ( on, Pare Two! I IJ I I ''n".a"; 7:TO. Kverynn* welcome.





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r Mrs. J. R. Nixon was In i\ \lfr. and Mra. Clarence Hunt ] red faces. However George had picture was carried In most,f' "Please let me express! through Five Sentenced In
I Savannah, Ga. over the weekend and yir. and Mrs. Keith Crlt- ; .
been
holding back one flat of newspapers across the country: you to the strawberry producers .: Salaries Asked
visiting :Mr.! and11': ''. tlebow of
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QC Centerville, la. I berries BO they were quickly and In Ireland through the of Bradford County my enthuBloatlc In Circuit Court
I Frank Hlxon. were Sunday and Mondays. I i used for the airport publicity I Associated! Press and International congratulations on
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1 Mrs" G. E. McCauley and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Car{ i i j, shots.Among! News Services the public relation program> I Of Legislatorsi (Continued''' From Page One]
!Mrs
Connie and
Bagwell \fulhewl f
I those at the airport I Pictures were alao taken privately that they sponsored here in sentenced for entering
1 Camp, were
GLADYS family of Ttalutka were vlsLt- Mr W. E.
MOOTY\ Middleton hits' were W. O. Whittle and John with Speaker McCor- Waehinglon. I have 1ltemll with
I breaking
Phone' leg :Mr. and Mrs. Charles/ 1 had 68 visitors, Mrs. Raymond I I Stiles without
961-0651 of the Department of ;
mack. Congressman/ Matthews been besetged by OOn..menthanking i (Continued From Page One] intent' to commit a misde-
lardy< on Sunday. Jones and Mrs.\ Myrtle Brooks ;\ .Agriculture County ConuaU Senator Johns and me for the beautiful trio Ronald
:Mrs. Vera Little of Charlotte of Hawthorne lust Thursdayand 1 stoner Jerome Johns and Bill j i time that he had been able meanor. The
I Representative Thomas. and delicious ,strawberries and
William EL l!! Drfvid.
Mr and :Mrs. R. L. Spengler N. C. visited her uncle :Mrs. Mae Jones of to draw the maximum 18000. leverett 19: -
Miss :Madge: MlddJeton, Mrs. Jacksonville Epyx of the Community Bank, Members of the party were telling\ me that they are the Paul Ashley alats
and William Spengler of St. John Miller and Betsy Matthews I and aunt Mr. and Mrs. F. F. on Sunday MId Mon- George Huggins and many luncheon guests of Congressman bent they had ever eaten. I feel He said an increase was Justified 29. and 45
Walter Foster]. came
visi-on 'were in Lake Wales on Flumo on :Monday.. II j I Saturday and Sunday to attend Mrs. Glen! Garrett spent | Air.\ and Mrs. Leonard Moore strawberry. delegation Restaurant in the Capitol and j publicity and the efforts of the the duties of the office "have through' their I
after1
Spengler. the Block Hills Passion the past two weeks. with her i.I have had as visitor. Miss I' ed of Queen Jane C0I1Silit-1 also had the privilege of'', Chamber of Commerce strawberry increased ten fol<1'. In recent Volusl making.count,..escape They
from .
Mr and Mrs. Jirt') Chasteen Play.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wlncfrod Cottle of Woodbine. Mrs. 1[. H. Adams S visiting the House:: Chambers''I producer" and all others yearn. to entering the

and children, were in Dillon, C. G. Barksdale and Herndon, in Monticello while Ga. over! the weekend and Mr. I ator Charley Johns. and Stats at the opening session to hear' I I who participated :In this great Long said that he and hill home pleaded of guilty John AJ Mattlngley

S C over
meet Miss :Mary Brownlee !Mrs Virginia McGuire in Or. pltal. Jacksonville on Sunday. I Jr. Others In the party i honor to the. Bradford County (,, great public relations venture... persona, were doing a Job of and cooldn utensils valuedat
find Miss Joyce Humphrey of lando on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Local admittances to Brad- consisted: of Market Manager i, strawb2iTRWednesday re-assesaing all property in
less than '10<
: r.
Baltimore Md. The girls were Roy Turner who has been a Powell of Newton N. C. are I ford County Hospital this Phil Cronkhlte. representing j afternoon( they Bradford County, without
accompanied by Mrs. H I* patIent in Bradford County visiting Mrs. J. II Fields' for ,' week Include: Mrs. Joyce NormAn the State Department of Agriculture met with Sen. George A. Two Local calling for outside help. He Leverette was given an Indeterminate -

ISrownlue who had been visit Hospital, da convalescing at ten days.R. of Ralford: Mrs. Ruth C and Chamber of Commerce ,, Smathers In his office along said this would ave the sentence of from
ing them for the past five the homo of his son-in-law E. Firth and N. L. Mart Archie W Yeoman Manager Pete Novak along with a number of other Washington county around I50.00O ot six months to two.. :year and

months. :Mrs. Brownloe re- and daughter Mr. and Mrs Wood urn attended the Air and Mrs. Doris R. Hensley of with Robert Murphy of I officials.. The Senator Youths Hurt $60,000, which an ooUhV because of hi*' :youth. the

turned to Starke with the Bill Brinson in Valdosta Ga. Show In St. Petersburg over Mcli xe/ ; Lee I. Edwards.: of the Public Relations Flrra of had been sick, but was moot firm would charge to, do the Judge recommended 'that he

Cliaateena. :Mr. and :Mrs.: J. E. Tomlln- the weekend. Gfilnosvllle; Mrs.\ Florence M.i Murphy & Logue of Jackson- cordial in lilt greetings! to the I 'Job. I serve the time In the' Apailacbee -

Dr And :Mrs.: A. Y. Coving- son of Saratoga Heights have Mr and Mrs. Herbert Thomas ,i Romleln. and l Mrs. Dorothy E. ville. del gatlon. (Continued from Page One Ren. Johns, faying that he Correctional institution.
Ion were In: :Miami: Beach purchased the Daniel home pent, the weekend at. their McMichael, of Keystone After the airport festivities, Wednesday evening Queen spoke .* a taxpayer, expren- I Davis and Ashley were sentenced

from, Thursday to Sunday attending at 1004" Pine Breeze Drive In camp in the Scrub. II Heights; Ei'nest B. Wellhausen. the delegation spent. a two Jane and Mrs. Adams were pas another car when his sad appreciation to Long for to three years In the

the Rural Health Na- South Gate subdivision and Mr. and Mrs R. L. C. and Samuel R Godwin of hour trip aboard N.Uonal's1"IIght ,theatre guests of Northrop Corvalr ran oft the left I Iwestl 1 making the re-aneeament State Prison.
I
onn1,,' Conference of the A. moved in during the weekend. Thomas of Wildwood were :Maxville:\. ,; Blake E. Jackson, 233 enroute to Wanhirtgton. -I Corporation at the stage production edge of the pavement and hit with his own office force, The three men were captured -

\1" mil F.lr.A.folIcal\ :: Asr Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee were visiting Mrs. R. A, Kil 1 Prevail, Leroy Raulemon, Although; a snowstorm of "A Sign of Affec the soft sand shoulder. When without outside help. in January when spottedIn

"r > was home for the' Thomas at the Starke Kurs- and Thomas N. Lyon of made the trip a little bumpy, tion" starring John Payne. Bias got the car back onto Lawtey Projmeali Lawtey by Marshall]\ M.

r n.' Cocomlwe! celebrat- weekend.Mr. leg Home on Sunday. Starke; Donel! Stokes and the service wag excellent and The relit of the delegaUon were the pavement he could not Marshall M.. : :M. Jordan of Jordan as they attempted to
I|
t,0" isth:! birthday Fridayh and Mrs Guy Sale attended Mrs C. A. Knight And Mrs. I Peggy Hue Fowler of Brook the red carpet treatment was dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. :,! control it. The Corvair ran L/awtey eked for legislation catch a train. Leverett and

.; 'ha ,slumber! party the retirement dinner J. H. Fields were visiting' cr: Charles Hopgood, of Mid given the group. Bach member M. 13. Johnson at their home on I off the west aide of the roe d to give the Lawtey marshala and Davis were apprehendedon

tor font irlrl l friends for Frank fisher in Tallahassee friends Marclenny: on Mon dIe burg: Nule Lamb of Hawthorne in the party wore a brluht Connecticut Avenue.At I and crashed into the. oak tree. two year term rather than the spot by the mar shall.

Ken Thomas John Spongier lust Friday night. day.W. I ; :Mrs.:\' Laura It. Waters strawberry as a corsage or 12:30: Thursday the group the present one-year: terra. Ashley. ran however, and was

Steve rJenmnrlc! And MickeyDanaby Mrs. W. B. Mundy, :Mrs. J. Jeff Powell of Denver and Walton M. Markey of boutonniere met with Secretary of Agriculture Brooker Man HurtIn H. said this would be in accordance caught several hours later

attended the band B. Sapp and Mrs. Guy S/l.1J/ Colo is spending ,\this week I Lnke Butler: and Mrs. Mae Washington was crowded Orvllle Freeman. During\ Collision with the terms or north of Lawtey after being

concert in ra.la.llta on Sun visited Mrs. Dan Harris 1 Ih with his family who are vlait- ''E. Combs of Macr'lenny. with conventloners and other the picture taking session other'Lawtey officiate. trailed by Union County. Sheriff -

I St. Luke's Hospital on Weillewtoy '. Ing Mrs.. Powell's parents" groups which required accommodations Queen June informed Secretary (Continued From" Page One 1 Jordan stating that he wa John''Whitehead and his

day.Mr and Mrs. R. O. Danstbj! ; ofternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. in two hotels. The I, Freeman that we could harvest speaking m behalf of the bloodhounds.Consult; .

visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J;j,n CWO and )Mrs. Frank Weaver ; Mrs Powell and MOM will Berries Make Hit' local VIPs were met at Washington a great many more berriesif / wheels of the semi-tractor Lawtey Council aim requested

Andrews tit Jacksonville OT) of Newport, N. C. woo<. leave Sunday for Baton National Airport by we could get the labor to with ''the left front and *lde an act changing the method
Sunday. \ve.le"n,1 l guests\ of Mr. and I Rouge, La. to visit! her boo Don Ladd administrative aide I i pick ithem and he remarked of his Oldsmoblle. of electing' councilmen in

y. Mrs A. C. London Jr.
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Jordan and Mrs. Roger Gutartnger, for Matthews Since the berries pretty lobbyist. mishap permit councilmen to run by

and family of Lake Wale s several' days before returningto had arrived on an earlier I I After that session. Queen group, rather than the present -

AITOO"EVA wore Sunday vUltorn of her her home in Denver :Mr. i t Continued From Pace one 1 i plan the airport publicity opportunities ; Jane and Mrs. Adams were Blackberries On method of all runningIn

plu'nts.rr.:: and Mrs H. A. Powell will leave Sunday fora were canceUf'd.I I taken to several points of Interest the ..me'group.' He said this
Lawson. Alec! vlHlttn 1I the: short business trip to New lute arranged to receive t the Wednesday morning found I Washington for the Market Here was the system! adopted by

Lawsons .is! Bin Lawson of'' York. beet berries available for the all assembled at breakfast followed news reel camera These films Stark several years ago Clfatl0yE
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm\ Sanders promotion. They were pickedon [Continued From Page One I
Mars Hill College N. C. from by a meeting with j were shown over WJXT-TV. Thomas Pnggmlion*
Tuesday! to Sunday. took a guided tour of the Tuesday morning and de Congressman Matthews In hli Channel 4, *n Jacknonvllle on Rep A, J. Thomas. Jr., wan .
Okeefenokee Swamp in Georgia livered to the Market thesame new office In the new Ray- I Sunday evening the county Hugging said. He conducted the hearing with
Mr and Mrs.
George Hug' on Sunday. day, where they wereinspected burn Building. Ills has advised growers, to make
/ stat had Jobna
Son. Johns, spoke in favor of
gins visited Mr" Louise Jef Many letters have been received small plantings of an acre,
Mr and Mrs.! Robert Barks and then trucked already completed
fords in High, Springs on Sunday .. arrangements by the Chamber of Commerce the appointment of a local
dale and family and James! to tmeoon Airport In Jackson- for distributing the more or less, to ee how black committee to the
afternoon.Mr. from Congressmen and study possibility -
O'Brien Visited St Augustine vllle by our County Agent strawberrfee'to'the' MS Con- Senators from berries do here before going of adoption of a metro !about this question:
and Mrs LamAr Shaw on Sunday. [Wrong/ Plane a. T. Hugitlnsl. gresomen and Senators. all over the "all out" on the new crop.
of Jacksonville/ have movedto Cronkhite swears he told country and others are still The initial cost of a blackberry form of government for "Auto dealers are expert:
Miss Marla Moore Is con Publicity for the BradtordCountY' Bradford in view
County of
V the Shaw cottage on Brooklyn Hugglm to deliver the berries coming In. The publicity resulted planting U comparatively in their field but usually
valescing"At home this. week strawberry had been the
in reapportionment that will
a promotion for the
Lake. to I high since plants cost
National
Airlines. but have little knowledge and
folowing surgory'last' Wednesday arranged tor by appointment t be forthcoming
County and the State of Florida a special
Mr. and Mrs. W F. George preferred" Eastern io from 25 cents to over 30 cent with
Herlong In the Baptist Memorial with Speaker of the House n I that baa far legislative' session this sum- experience auto in*
r- have had as guesu.Ir.: and and behold when National. 1 John reaching ef- each. However, once planted.
W. McCormack at his I Ioffice surance and claim service.Is
Hospital. wanted I farts which >te hoped will encourage the bushes bear without replanting mer. Thomas said he wn goIng .
Mrs./ Roy Layflold of Lake I the strawberriesfor with Queen Jane. This it wise to insist
to take
Mr. and Mrs. John greater. the mutter up on
Kope- participation
The man who has to de- Harbor and Mno. Corlne Fur props In !the publicity pictures resulted In for ,seven year or
louses and daughter of Bit': an opportunity for;i next year with increased with Sen. Johns and see what keeping; one's auto inaur
pond on his, car wetssound vie of Gainesville last week at the Airport with !the International acreage longer. It takes around 900 .
mlnghom Ala. visited lt publicity when Met with strawberries. they roots work out. ance with' his local independent
economical work.Tlmt' and !Mr. and Mrs. that delegation, they had already plants to act an acre.
Mark HerTong
,. why more folks ore of Jacksonville parents, Mr. and Mrs.Kopekmsus Qeor ,, left on an Eastern Airline l feed Speaker McCormack asked! to I Of the many letter received. The University of Florida' On another topic,, Thomas insurance agent?**
Satur
Hlirll on and Mr. and MraJ. Mayor Kevin Morris of f a letter from said he would investigate
n-lylng on Prescott ) Illlllht. There Congressman Experiment Station has tome any
Service! for all their .auto diiy.Mr. R. Wainwright from but there were were no plenty red berries :!ofI Wexford, Ireland some of our :Matthews to the Chamber of bushes that are over ten year* means that are available to Charley E. John

: and Mrs. Charles Reese, day to Wednesday FW-'I,,,," .,, succulent strawberries. ThU I Commerce expresses! ) the old and still producing heavy correct drainage problems that Agency

needsPRESCOTT Danny and Cowrn. Diiane Jorda. Mrs.' E, D,,, Olmstead, Mry', NEWS OF- thoughts of all concerned; yields of berries," Hug t ry exist "In" certain areae 'of the 131 a Walnut St.
Wayne Blankenshlp attended C. D. Williams. Mrs. Ruth INTEREST TO COLORED \ ask!. county. PHONE
: <1 High School Pay at th S It 964-0201
FraIler Mrs.
Henry OodwW CITIZENS OF: BRADFORD e
COUNTY
Atlanta .
Shell Service I Christian College 1" and Mrs. Nelann :I
Atlanta Gn. from Thursda' .,
I tended the Weal '
210 S. TE.MPLK: AV>" I to / ATHLETIC
Saturday. oreltrton"'j I BANQUET(
OuiM annual -. I, Invitational Baseball Tournament ,, .
JlIiLDATUE -- t -
burg over>- I II r ; -1 ._
I Ian I.1 Tliuu- day evening, March|' Captain Henry Dunzy and -ar ,'r ? '. r WC MADE''' SPECIAL PURCHASE OF ]1000
,
S3.: the ,
was date of the An-
PREMIUM NYLON
the other WHITEWALLS tv '
fighting Tiger will FROM A +
dual Athletic Banquet at JiJE | FAMOUS MAJOR BRAND
provide the home-run andmu'aculoiu MANUFACTURER!
'
r Right School. The Banquet was 4'
BUY NOW
plays for AT OUR LOW PRICES AND
In honor of the Tiveretto and I necessary SAVE! a't't'
.} a winning first
Season Home ;:
Tiger Basketball Teams who
I '
game begin at 1:30 to a .
: p. m. I : f -
txmated:: an 18-0 season
,
+ The schedule In fclown :
ct't I a :
: Jesse Heard head football
April 7 Macclenny therApl'U ', r PREMIUM.:
,
\! FULL
couch at Lincoln High School I r Yi 4 PLY
(%jJi1 F1al A Gainesville was keynote 9 Marclenny here. t
Apt 11 IS ,
-Lincoln, there. I
speaker for the occasion.
Et The couches awarded monogram. April 21-Lake City thue.I I NYLON WHITEWALLS
April 23 -Lake City here
to Ola Brown Doris
April 26 White Spring -
I! iit Britt Mary Houston Venetia I "

t n tsIq1nu Baker. Betty White Jeal'leanJohnson there: > ;
Cleveland Davis May i-Lincoln here. : .le TIRE

i Harrington Chandler Henry May\. 6-.White Springs, hereMay s 0 '

Danny, Jerry Wade, and Steve 11-Aliwhua. here
Baker Certificates were givento May 13 Alachuajieie.

Shirley Brown, Cynthia I NOTICE
Sherman Naomi Jenkins. j PTA will be, held Wednesday

Fiankle Jackson Linda Davis 1 April 7. at 7 p. ,m, with
t
Mary Searcey Sandra Chand. ,, the president In charge AU'

her Jerry! Davis Neal l Marshall parents and Interested citizens ,

Clarnell Williams. Tru- are Invited to attend.

man Strong Hsyward Rui-, Report card win be given at

dolph. Harold Chandler and that tune Mrs. Sarah Morris,

Larry Brown. president C, C. Anderson

The Cheerleaders, who kept principal,

that "Tiger Spirit" alive all OES MEETING; V

season, were. also awarded. cer. Dell Chapter 168: Order of
I I tUlcate They were Valara Eastern Star will meet Thursday BUY ONE: TIRE AT THE MANUFACTURER'S

Jenkins.! Mary Gordon, Joe night. APrU 1, at 8 0'. SUGGESTED PRICE AND GET THE
2ND TOE I
| Reed Earlene Hagan[ and o'clock with Sister Helen t FOR JUST J cALL
,
Dr Shirley Durham. Smith. W. 'M. officiating. AU '
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>- ELECTRICALLY?
i i The surprise of the evening members art ,asked to pleasebe SIZES

,' came when Mrs. O. W. George present and)on time. Busl- SOOd 3. 650x 13. 700x I 3. 700x Ie.) PRICE OF ONE
I. wu presented a {lovely gift' fleas of vital importance. Rev.
l
I as a token of appreciation for Damon Dell W. P. 800x1 8SOH. 900x14.<< 950x14. 600x13 TIRE......,,,628 .91

her long and unusual hour GIRL SCOUTS '70xl 71OxI 7'0xIS.800/8:0xIS

of,service' to the team All Girl Scouts are asked to ..... .

Tile Banquet was sponsored meet each. Monday at 3 p. m. t r
by the RJE in{ room 33 at 2. .01
I Atheletlo Corn,, RJE. and each DTIREONLY,..,.
mitt! of which J. Bradley is Friday morning'at 7:30.: All

chairman: Mla O. Thomp- girls interested In Joining are
Add room to your horn. It'll coat you ptmnuti. kins, secretary; Mrs. E. Walker asked to plf'aM'meet also. d

; Mrs. I. Harvey' Mrs. D. CHURCH NEWS
Take an ordinary back yard. Add a little light-and you've jot a brand-neW', 1 i Jackson Miss F. Jenkins\!' Mrs. Service will", begin at Greater

breeze-swept'living area for the evening hour. For family cookouta.: For R> Kittle. H. Taylor, and C.]I Allen Chapel with Sunday

enjoyable entertaining. Now stick in a few electric] muhrooin-type reflector Clark, members. ,I I School at 10 with Mint Fannie ,

in your flower beds-and you've got yourself an after-dark wonderland. And School Board member D. W. ( Bell Fraal f In chante-

think of the convenience of an automatic on-at-dusk I Starling of Lawtey added to I|;i Love Feast service, at 11 Holy u
oCT-at-dawn electric the success of the banquet by Communion. 6 p. m. All members i t
postlight that glows a welcome to friends (a good safety factor, too). I donating strawberries to make ,,t and friend are Invitedto r

the' strawberry shortcake for, attend all services
,
Anyone can afford electric outdoor lighting. WortA much mart than it cease ,.. dessert' The principal teach- I New Hope Baptist Church- + 4 TRICE PER TIRE:

decorative beauty, safety'and prol d kn. &. the fnt election at your favorlt electrical era and student body are Sunday. School 9:30: a. m. Ml :T'' E.ACH IN PAIRS I ,
contractor or lilhtingolY.. grateful to all who helped M JNy
I ,
'I with Supt. John Dlags in ek Jk nchtAJGt
make the affair a success. not TAXI' ,
charge. At 11 a. m. devotion! t ;
. BASEBALL TE.t3lOFF ''i i will b* conducted by Deacon
"
TO GOOD,START Tom a
I Bryant. Introduction of
//1 r
The RJE Baseball Team has f i, speaker will be by Mrs Carrie i -
-Tti AE'S NO M TC''" I (rotten off to a good start Motdey Speaker!' will be Mrs.

::; C I : thanks to who the many contributed kind merchants toward Clemln: T.' School Daniel prtnlcpaldementary aanford' t HARDY BROTHERS .

a r equipping> the team At 3 p. m. services will] be' SALVAGE

I With/ the strong pitchln arms conducted by Rev. Clarence UI2 S. -
of Truman Strong Andrew 8ter' and congregstlon. Temple \n. Starke Florkla'I JiI

FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY HELPS IUILD flOIIDA Tlmmons Neal :Marshall andLarry Pleasant drove Methodist
Orlffln. we expect a -
Church. Starke. The Carnation -

AUchu successful this season Friday.beginning' at the In this ervtce.Club will .be..,gust. -In.-. .....1.. ...-- ....\--.. '.. ......,. .. ... ..:.. .. _. ..0.....< 1. : ;




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i :.."' '''''''''YVVy..y..y...1' .-- -- --- -- Mrs. F Fernandez 81 distributing educational! Uter-i Hun. Thrrun. A. Yawn <*0""'"
Services For lunge' for ""i""r.vAi' .,r ."iii rimilrns .
; ture before and after the I, ".. .. null fur fliuU! discharge
\ Lifelong Resident, show as. .. LeIrcutr: of II. extut nt
yet GLAY HILL Air. Beck' 50, BHS BYLINEThe The Junior and SeniorWoolen's hour" w. c."n.; .y. ................ ,
Passes Friday I This March. Sil, I9diI .
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1 Club have endorsed i / / c 'Cnrr t'tiHr i ib
By Mrs. Howard Padcett Of Starke II
2 9I Mrs. Eva Mlllor Fvrnandeat. this! educational program\ and I I :aeeutor 41 4/23:
Senior Class sponsoreda i: of urge all women In Bradford :I 4,1
GLADYS MOOTY Phone 2 9-.m 81, a llfelonii resident .
I Jim David Beck, 60. of Donkey Basketball County to attend.Methodist \i ru K: UK .\ffi.u- \1'10"
name
and employe of the
.. .. ..... .. : Sturks .
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Its ,.yy y..y., v., V Starke died Monday afternoon lust Saturday nt ht. The '. lulls VIIKKII:
Phone 9640651Engagement I-, post office here for manyyears ) Kris IS-*14. V. ".
;A e: Our Sunday: School seems In a local hospital after a ,'I Starke Jaycees took the opposition died last FrUiav In a Church Notlt-ii In .l...r'hy. ulwn that, '
'
-r. J. AUIvrniun. th. holderof .
Mr T.
short illness. and defeated the seniors
Mueclenny! hospital alter an
i
to be growingWe hud 83 ,
i.1i ? I the fulluwlitc rortlneahs has
'u
Bridal Shower rttr, present Sunday with 'the pH- Mr. Berk was born tn Alabama 60. The game' was a lot extended. tUlle85. !Schedule for the week: filixl' : said' <..riirkut.* for a lax I!

For Miss PriestA mary and nuraery
the banner. Also the' was employed as a carpenter i wearing diapers and ten. on May 29. 1883. the meets 3:15.Sunday: nf iHMiiiitH-o' tti i. ilnm-rlitlin. of '

shower honoring Miss i 14ti t f I attendance. at Training lnlonl! And was a member of Pine. nU shoes. A few players got daughter of the lute Qeoige' Church School Ihs properly and the manse. Inwilco j'

-t Lorain Pleat Lawtey fcride- 'Id" Increasing- Vtartutg with us' Level Baptist Church. i kicked but no one wn seriously and Lula Morns Miller She 9:45: : : Membership Training: ,.,"..IV.'it wu uw.ees"l are A* .

eleot, was given last FrMwy Sunday In Church' were Mr Surviving his. wife Bertha -'!I hurl.Activity retired on June 30, 1048 altar( I Claw 10; MJrnlnlC'or.hlp, Carltfluat, Nn. 127. Year "f

and MI... Blanchard new Kersoy Beck! : one daughter : day was held last more than 40 ysarv service II: Commission. on StewnnN. Uiiiiini. onushe.'rlptlon
evening at the home of Mn. of Property Pont
1, : J George W. Roberta Co-hOlt" I neighbors Mrs. Sue Shermanand Alice Faye Bock, and, a : Friday with! Student Oovttrnincnt -I II with the* U. S. I'uIoliIut.< -! Ship and FlnR.R<'e, 4 p..... Mi\ nt t INT: of NI.Y HI"KV of II ii KitA

Mrs. Oertta Padgett' and) step-dautfhter, Jmin H
sea occasion with were Mr. Robert Mrs. on H. thia HHamilton. I children. Visitors alwava wel all of St.itk'; ono brytber. I Class and If Hrrman's Club : St. Maik's, Episcopal Church. 'Supper' for .MY).. 6; Youtl NW\4..r lt\ H. N NKS:due tee.Stun ICI.V Klr !Jlns.U'n' 7ltn '

", a a*'t Mrs. H. C. Wain. come. Carl Beck Grant, Ala.: twosister. I mectuiR. Also, seniors Iniev-. Surviving In one daughter. Meetings. 0.3: ( ; Kvcnintf Worship "'LT 1041V VVL.Y J"*,:1 full.

t'a' wrtflrht Mn. Vernon Siluox The Clay Hill Junior ChoU'won .. Mrs. Luella PiRg .i I rated in St. John River Junior I Din. John Bltnpoou of Starke: 7HO.: sicr;Nam at TH In which.., u .aMuM ii i 17 i. *
''' +' St 101.... Ma Wells and Mrs. an award for smiting in Cullm n. Ala., and Mrn.. Annie College met with a repre and two granddaughters Mrs. Alutulitynirl Scout Troop
w wF Allen-Nipper .
w t George Robert Jr. the contest at Macedonia.: Bap- Loader Lake City; and sentative. I Mary\ Mice" Weat of Los Qatos. 60d meets 3.30: ; GIrl Scout All "f sale pmiiorty. hrlnic. In.. I
tint Church. Thy were AMlt one Krondchlld. The baseball< team Is under : Calif., and Mrs, Fay Sdnx-ne- Truop !lOT meet. 4:30: ; Commission -. the foiinty. or Mrudfor.l. total.
I Arrangement of spring Mr. Ruby Allen uf Brooker.er of FlurliUI'nloaa I II
winner Keep up the Funeral services were held full swing now so come on : maim of Madison! \Vl. Also on Education 7; ExeouUvo -* I swhrtlflrat. or ?.'.
flowers the prize
were used in decorating announced engagementof ,
,. li > r.dnrmed l ar*
out and support| your team surviving are five grout Cuninutteo Mon's: Club 11th'" Hlmll *
2 in Pine .
nt Wednesday:
work. p.m. ,
juniors.The
good d-
and the center of Interest her daughter Betty Jean .Konllnato law the P""I.t")
Hill Baptist Level Baptist Church with Also pertaining to athletics gT ndohlMrn.FuneriU 7:30: ; Uftlckil" BtMrd meeting. .-rll>-il In ,such) rertlflaktv v
Clay <
tree William Steve
was a decorated with all to Nipper, eon
Coach Hursr! la building. a h.. anlit. to the
heldat will
services were 8. raruriuKt' '
i kind of woeful gadgets for of Mr.. and Mrs CsJJey Nipper Church will hold a baptism A\\ Rev Roman Alvares: and Kev. I highest 1I101.1..t. the .onurihnimii
the new bride. of Stark. M..M Allen and the Long Branch Creek Sun W. J R.;: Hall ortlclftUriK.\ Interment handball court behind the 4 p. m. Monday In 11: t, Tuesday. -. KxecirUve Com iliwr. "H the th( -.t MnivluvIn .
3 .: was in Dyal Cemetery stadium. This should be a Mark's Bplacopul Churl with I nut to* of VVSC.S niiwts. inLndloa month' nf May, 5555. whluu j jI.
Mrs. Hamilton gave some Mr. Nipper are both graduates day.: April 4. at p nu very. popular place in the future RtV. R. E. MncBUlu offlcUt1Inj. :! Itlble Claa.. 9.3H I. She. Jnl. .Any. "f :Mt ..,. lade .,
C. nioiii." :
under direction of DeWitt
timely advice to Loraine, and of Bradford High School one come and enjoy the ocva- >Ht.,l Ih''. :Ji d-i of Mar'hlull.
Jones Funeral Home. i and is the first hAndball court Interment was In the:' a m.VSC3 business. and program .
read< a she class of 1903. and ,
bad writtentar are employed
I poem ston.Mr. Vlr- ever the occasion The honor in Starke. and Mm. Gen Euniceand ': Active pallbearers were I \ M Momlv P C.Clerk .
received several of eon of the Highland Dapfist fit! Owens, Vu-iroe.. Underhill This Saturday starting at 9 Cemetery under direction oft| WcilnoxdityJunior Choir at fir.:. nil. FourM. Ur..J-.
"11'. and Mr Sal venter'ortowskl pleas her a. IIand continuing until 12 .
.
Roscoe Bulllnglon. Woodrow DuWltt C. Jones Funeral' pruotlr. 4.30: ; Prayer. ..Mth"t.Inll' ford 'ounl, Klurlil
Mrs. Vennle<
of Starke announce chosen pattern of china' and Father DolanTo Church and midnight, the Interact. Club U 4 I it 4/41
Home. 7:80.Thurs.: .
liver, and Carter of Lang Branch Baptist" Thomas, Joe Starling and ,
He engagement and ap- other lovely gifts.Refreahnneetta !sponsoring! a car wash behind W
Conduct MassFather Bill Crawford. Active pallt 'n",1"1! were i I ., April -Cub S.-ont, J
attended services
achlny marriage of their were servedto Church the 1'YlICnme\ out any time H. Graham II. A. Ulnhop Jr.Clyde .. Pnik ('onrmlt.emeeting, 7UIO:: lees
:
Laughter, Lynda to JimmY0J'nt.un about &3 gTiest Plate favors Rdwn.rd Dolan of Sunday night. and have jour car wanned.Steve B. Tei-wUlemw. P. J. Chancel, : Coitus rehearsal l 7)0r :;) .< Oath hlrl lor Quod. (
of Mr. and Mrs. were a miniature brideand The quarterly meeting. of Troup 70Attends
; son Denmark \
Sacred Heart I'M"rth of -Jacksonville -- Novak. Kenneth Orldnr, and &a-. No Khaki air Wool. AHCotton.
i iV the sesotatlonwiU be held at .
'. Thornton of Jacksonville.fcUnff groom
t>r, T. O. latch
will X-onduct of Spring
a Day
plans will be an. Clay Hill Baptist Church Moody Resign \11'1'11 l.1 11e.. 1"1'1'1'1.' .", : Briny to Telerupa' ;
Recollection on Tuesday ,0. at 0 Everyone .. iiKiuori-iN'' KicTirioi' :
am.
ounced later. ADK Members April CamporeeTroup I I
April s. which has been planned Cancer Film M\ NMNiillc friend. Din As

com and bring Superviior"i .. t j. haroliy\ given lust
I Attend BanquetEight t by St. Williams Altar Society ner'' will be'' served at noon 70. with 2.t Boy For'Women' l Ills> unilnrnlirnml, under, the pro.tlilon .
JDC To Meet of Keystone. Heights.The Churches from the association s.ouu. Scoutmaster 1-Javtdl i| In Keystone Ht. '. *. nt. ''hstuer. tilftJ., > lalwsd .
1
l ti b
of' < KlxrliU. ,\'I..r tall Millrmlmi + ,
member the local atarta with MOM Set For 10 9.
program will be preseni.PERHONALM' .. Montgomery, and A HltttnlJmr I Apr. wild Ih. t'lvrta. .if 11\.1 { tt
The W. T. Weeks chapter Alpha o.umn."chBpte1' of At' at- a me and'< clones witfl :- Snonders, attended the I I' Chester Moody has resigned Cluull ('no,it. In and roe. Illnilfuril 1
T>CwiH most Wednesday pha Deltapi orortty benediction at'' 3.30: pm. as city supervisor of Keystone A free cancer Him Tor women County. norlilm. UIIMII r.. \
Mr.ai: Mm. Lonle Carter Alachua OUtl let Sprint I ..
'eplS| uf proof r imhlli-iitUin' .f fIliU
3:3O at the
xprll 7, at : < pm. accompanied by a> pledge, attended An invitation" to extended to visited: Mr. and Mrs Maxte Camporeo l last Frklny night" at HrlKhts. acconllnt Councilman I who are 18 year of age niitk. <*, llii. niltl". mini
.om* of Mr*. OL II. Terwlllew the annual l IOta t. bunqimt sit women of Sf. Ed+erd'spuiah' XI O'Leno State Park near F.d Bennett.. and older will bi uliown'st" 10a. .f J....,"'* Fhrrlsi t uittlfr whlthwn .. II IIRental.

with Mr*. Ruby. Johns asohostes at the Wilmington Room of Stark.'Renetvatloru ley Carter Lake at their Bandnjr\ horn.on afternoon nlfa. Camp HlKh Spring "lie told m< 1M' was on two m. Saturday, Apr.0.\ at Mm a. vitHitsril Tlioniixini' In hiiHiiiPiiH HI, .' 141sihr1'la. ,. 'iktII ,

*. of the A.C.U building Jackson are $1.23.: ; 'whlch" "Include Mr. and Mr. hardy Padgettand Five patrols of Troop 7Ucompeted week leave of abnenoe. Bennett i tin. Florid. Theatre, through .
.
said "and that iwdone'l Uarks- llm>rKV lli.>lii, >rl. Jr. and j
of Hubert
villa Thursday! evening.Th. ;. breskfautt and liinvh. 'and Mr. and :Mr:. Lloyd ''Wilkinson with 4 other patrolsfrom I the courtesy' Vsniy W Iliiliortis. Ili. ItmwnlIliiMil
I Lanilnn Letterette* should be made by April 2 "visited l Mrs PadgMfs 14 different troops. A want the job snymore. 'dulo.. 'nl'I'.m"n"API'i at the :,, Mmrfc. : flit: MiU, awnor. .

seven! one tnicl wlth\ Mr"* H) Cooper, P. I theatre |listed Ms, !let .I..y.of Aurll.A '1.
presented nery ,
f last total of 370 Scouts and 27 .
.taterlft. Perry Thursday. ... ,
Win Bennett said the Council hat 8ilfCxsmliiatloii"hows > : l I' mill t Ntailto, limofurrtI'ntinly. '
number during- the evening.' O. Bo* 83$. Krywuisie Heights It was the nrst time they had adult leader. attended. the "Bi Saul .nor. lda.
present looking for a man lumen how to examlnr J'!< Per DayALL
Robert Btnger of the State telephone. 473-4S37.:. been .together In many veers' Cwmporee. 4'I 41Wlrtt <; $1 _
I to serve si city supervisor.' their breasts. monthly for a
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'Department of Education. In- .
I tot?. and Mrs. Uoyd WUMnon The Scout were graded!< 1 onthree puolllon M fiiKWU .. IPri H'a'1'IIIY NEW: I"ORT.UUffITlterJoll
APile the speaker Walter .I Moody also held \ lump that might mean the' KIN \I. IM.., II IIMWNIIII
|troduod Public Invited Pan- with full ,
left last Friday for I mil hike .peck
'the Keystone"" police'.' force, ,
cf HunUvllle Ala. on Hurt of cancer "Time And | *< In li r 'ltv HSwun that I /
;JWIeaman To Junior ClubI ] ems City. setting: up tents (after dark. ), but was relieve! of that duty! Two Women" explain the hive ruled my final' l roliiuin UKr 1
Chief of Educational Itelakkona i M,.. end' Mrs. Stanley' cooking full course meld over .w with NASA' .at the Marshall I by Mayor M. L.; Brmley follawlfta | simple\ "P*p Test" for uterine \ ,".11..., il<..-.......,, In III" *
I.I 'The Berlin WsJl"] will be Wright and family of Jack- open tire, knot tying, rope I a clnih with the mayor cancer! I'linniy Jnilii. '. ,I'niirt. "f llrmlfiinl .
Space Flight Center. .... dinner of climbing sending .. / I'.."nt riiirll. hiss. I
fll.
son were guest ; sage last|I S.
In council tnrrtlnu .
i iI will be
the Junior a
The president of the lordIrlwptM ,, the program tope at I Ii Doctors and nurso has filed. lilY |1..IItI.". fur dos'
I Mr. and Mr. Henry Morley I i with Morse Code, judging dls- month. I
I. Woman's Club meeting, present to dlwus the two Irltiutlim end I fur final l ill*
Urn. Martha Pelhun. last Kiindsv. I lance flag| pule raising1, andother A .'haraa. In nl'l' xiurl. .Mini that, i
was ehalrman the committee on "IGntta,. Apr. 5. at pm. l DJ'OW1of !films end answer" questions. nn Ai.rll flf.. 'Itmi *l in uuluek 112 F.. Cnn Ph.. 1HW-1771) !)
Biala Day events
KOCHCASH and assisted inwanting st the club house. )(n. D. W. Mrs. | I I I Mr. Chob 68 nursery! silt be provided bjr A M l will apply. Io> tin. ,
on prlsos Ella RtU .nke Patrol with
thepeech. Whiffen will present the pro- ton visited her sister The the Little Wiisnen' Club at
then after I Is Carter, last week, They both I Patrol Lender Bruce HcHck." *. Church duringthe
gram. The public tnrlted the rtrl0odlst< i
visited' their brother DswunnPadjrett won a blue ribbon with 233: 01 Keystone showing al1thlt
to attend.IttwteMtee I II 'flln; l
I ) for Vie evening in the Gainesville points out of a pimsible 270.( ('andy1llllen.\ .. will ......t In OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL

1rs. Gissy Given win be: Mr. not Ferguson I I IIo Jllptta l. I. Red ribbons went to: Hat Services HeldNick 1EOlI ....

Office Mrs J. M. ]!Kktwanfl" Jr.. Mr. Otis Patlgrtt entered Duval Patrol. Thorny Thompson\. I Starting Sun., April 4 l t
POT eanery 1 BUI Epps and< Mrs Jack Medical, Center Monday for : leader: Pelkan Patrol Jim Paul Cltab ft*&, of Keystone '. Yi I.KASK:
throat surgery. Hhuford asvlJtant. leader; ..ndHA.k Cluh fl: .l..., died Uondny .I'.
Mr* Joseph Glamr, of St.l I Hues Several. people from Clay PalM." Jane Jbroou *** of
N. ] .-tIe-A.fn. 4.t1st CethottOStark. ceafdi Pi'rtgnnlr.|,! tiYItV1'EMIaIasl ':
.. ,,? N. at...... .. .... Installed a* treae-!: Fashion Show Hill brought. home prtxmi. that leader, howplUJ after a short .IllnensMr "'.M. got 'Near
Uek. N. UblI..uo.. J..tCoos. user of the 8t' AugwsMn wer* !Klven. away at the ClAy A yellow ribbon went to Chab was born In Buseio Ill a"' farmer Market llulford ll/uhway/ :.1 "MorltMV.. of ir.S. 301
lAt, Ut Thursdar. .- with John I II r on Jan. 37. 1'197.' and wail .
la E.cWeek a* !Tteanerv'on March: 34 at:the Club Tonight r FlertrU miwUnc the Eagle Patrol 'Ill.
ItoveralTfaav* a Kay" Or Mrs :MOUe Wilkinson| TonxJe Jr. as acting leailer.tn a retired mine operator with Nfl I'.n.': ... NeesseyI'skPsf Services Nightly at 7:45 tA,
Swlrul meeting of the organlastlon. I
Your rUKS "'Caaa Ff The Junior Woman' Club slat! Rev. John Wilkinson won i iI the Chrysler Corporation m ra. be I nl'-4o." .... \

Tick*. :, Tnowe. attnrwTtnjr the event will sponsor a faahiun show Iron.. and Mrs. Ulllan! Puteh I skillet; blend In flour. Demo Mlrh. He hd lived f In Flnrllll.11..1.1... Gospel; "I'reachlrnrPrnylnir' ( for the SickSI'Icit1.

Last Wek'. Wings ':which took plan at the Friday tonight (Thursday at 7:30: p. I won an Ire cream. : HINJIN: <; NIRIITI.V
five coming there
m. at the ch>h>' hottee. Fs h- : the QI''uton' were Mr. pest yean "'rtl..
UNCLtIMEDCash )Mtutaal\ auditorium In I to tx"4l and rook. and stir one
,
'
Ion featured will file furnished land Mrs. Julian I Dixon and from Detroit
Til A VIS: MATH ItrrvvM. Leroy LlghtaeyI'
Hsth.rThomas
JackmtvUl* were minute. Dland In .sherry Temple
soup
11. Is survived. by his wife
and ]If"".. HUbnan MOtII.,. '
by Dagto'a Department Mr .
r. it. slow aim' HI*. .
Pot NOW Kelly pastor, Mr I and rhee* stir In shrimp, and : Mr. Donevn. Chafe of Keyatone ;vnngellat.& "I'nslnrr
Store. I.nd AJlca 1of..y.f I ) Jarkamleln.. \ rln.'
Robbie BhaJler. Mrs. Henry ..rtlchokII Pat through
| Tickets are on' sal* for SI and )(.. Howard Pa1gent Club Kitftte. ',
Btefanelli and Mrs. UKhard.Richard f stirring gently Transfer. toI| held.
$5Q.OO "front any club member and at sad son, Mr*. Frank Funeml. services were '
*. Mafing dish< to .keep warm et 10'SO: a. in Thurfwluy" In' -
tile donr. Prlsea and coterie I I Carter soul chihlren.' Mrs I
Qttallry' 1JnIa- aad <}iuuitjrrwrtptfciMi Sprinkle' alnmttla AiHi .
atop. Junes Memorial Chapel! with
mm will be (Ivan. Taeima Carter end children" / 1' r
...".... at Executive Board :I Mrs. 't>elar' -fUI". and Crr i I fluff of water rreca. Serve ', Rev J. l>. Muwen .rn..tlnl&'
ROOT DRrcaIIT over' tiny hut buttered bisCnMa Interment w 'In the Key..Loss
**
revival' ati ,
. T..r Ne t K& mindKOCH'S : The executive hoard of the Flower Show Set Lang attendnd the Church. I| or patty. all'" I.. Make. llelg-hts Cemetery, under
at Highland Baptist
AT Stark Woman" Club will' The Starke GanlM Club. n..,. Phillips was guest aOl serving direction. of DeWItt C Jones +-

meet Thurvdar. Apr 5. at 10' Funeral) I llon>e.Spanish.
Hilt
: wlU hold a flower allele with < speaker at the Clay Baptlst -\
VREZ= DELIVERY ..m. at the club house.Announcing |I the UMCIM "At Home WU| l Oiarrh Wednesday" night. r 11I ?

i Flowers1 in the Florida Bunk A large crowd attsn
j of BUfke buUdinar on Halur I i The Clay Hill Junior ChoirkCnsrch Moss!

day from 7:JO to .:30 pan --C. IK ,... 1o..cld.......,.. j

and Sunday from 12 ?xm to L last Thsr r nightS :

J p m. The pubkve. is Invited r +yel.a. aoncs were swig In IslaHEAtITIFIIi.

to attend. .pII4I111L : . HUT o -

; i Attending the revival, at DI: t1)LYlt I \

] Sinclair Middleburg were )C.. and ).1..*. \OVEN WALLS
FloristNow Evelyn : Frank Carter and chflrlren : fAt Ua IUd Your Tree _

Peyton .Is Hostess | Mr., and Mr_ Howard Padgett t Of It

and t eon. Mr and Mr*. if seam ; e., only

Kvetyn lnclslf kbrted. PadfetU Mr, and ),(r.. Hardy Fla. Peat Control I

Under New Ownership bar fourteenth birthday Fri- Pa.Ifl aril.. Floyd Johns and 9 .95
day night with a.. par *....- t. son. The revival. clone B>sn*) 539 E. Cull C 1-3965 239

George and Nancy Robert ,.? and slumber party. j der nisht with 114 In Sunday. V.T..
The evelt girto 'vtoyed' ) -fIoot... eras

games and refi""nji eat.' during .i Mr. and Mr. Howard .....- .S"r'ar OUR'

We are pleaMd< to announce that formerownero. the .v.rdng..M breakfast geet and' son and "' ..*. AJVeMooley 1 I DUF21N0

>fr*. Doll lirown mud'Mr*I Lily .In Oie"morning; _r. "Baiting Mr. and T. I. MERSEREAu PLUMBING

Bridges will remain' with .the'aJiop'for. a Mr.:1 OaJrln M.tnatAlt arril' t....? -

few month. PTA To Elect Of tn MWdlt>urr Runday.I ,.
I Mae V./dln.lt.nls' of M*.-

The Starke n mentary PTA Mrs.Hiram7 .
rllle visited her aunt.
Flowers For All OccasionsPhone will lord an election ofofkceiw I iVfgm last; week. ON CALL24HOURS ..a0

at the sneetlng. ,onTeesday t.[ We Iw.,..."' : entry te lesrni /0 .ltYANNt

Apr. e. at 7:3O: pjn.ia : that Dt.. 'fi ,Padgttt had tot A DAY

961-4155 the Cafetertk .. a> rraltd to a
The fire rond and third : H. U nut re..overlnr" UJ\Y-C.\I.1.96..5291. :

:1 grade win prr *M a mIctlt I.. well *UIMihdpl' r, to be MTB-CALL 961-M391! .c:7:: QV

preen n under Uie dinetial Ruben Moey became' III

t of Mr*. Mona' ''c._... .'d- .w t1t-r- the. hfp--

yard In JacbsnnvlUe UtThurwlsy ,

Cut Those Recent Births right ... stay overnight In a
i"ncJ ovm clcinuig! Oven v.tlU slide out sumutidyasnlsepnnse.eleaned.tther.nge
Repair Bill )ar. and Mrs. H: L Gay eftark hneoltsLMKCIPFJ MOOtL 11.7.0 "

$ animal e withNatural a ...... IleroU" I..Varue II. MIMirrh anrtmp Hupreme .1 I or ......eeI.t the link.; Coated]with. Du Font's

22 m Alarftaa {"..."I lip sUrrd1 twit masbrooma. ; GLASS Th1' Our Business mil ack.nun-stile fmiih.No Kourinf.Od.cdxt -

Hnepnal.Mr J taMeapoone bettrrj 2 Ub... I'.... ws>hr" off/ e.,3y. Other deluge
: Gas all Mr Harvien Ufv poons ad..urpose. flour; H -if it's r.Lw. w. have ir ,features include an automatic:timer and wide,

d.d l d IItarli. aarv.'slrethe cop light cream. :; are com>nA CALL WHITE or VISIT family-lute oven with window, door. Sale
'
both.. 01 a -.q-bt.r: on .* crawn of tnuanroran anup FCW ANY: fir.ASH:0; : : : priced' ti lww latd-toclcsa: ; '&n&Ca. -
Marsh 2t.t DrmdforcJ County 19 cap rooktnc; aherry; 5 tabtespnnnii -

Fwcar.* fret." "lro bl. trt*" heatiar. eookUxd HopML all-pvrpn fkiur; H SHEA'S GLASS CO.

... water heating' tlan" .rl.thialt like YatnralGas rap conking sherry! 3 tabS.sp .- ,

ana 4rconomieal, t*.. Its to t*.t, if* efisted psrmeaen (:NOT .)
: Tint KiGVT roon ewe M 'r't; -. 7x.s package
ufa. It'. dean& and year mpplr aI.a I. U.... /ra* n Mel lled '"rl rp. enoked; "Formerly' Joe 'Peters dead. Co." Winkler Electric Inc.

GET CR-YREE'SURVEY AND ESTIMATE wsf you ..... 0- b eUsdac4 one IV-oa. can .rtlchok.leans. IW I W* Design. Modfm HU,r. Fronts

r- l1s.411s EtT1L>z- drained and halved; 1-4 l' Jut Mail If. A falters for ,

I toasted sUvereJ Uancbedslajondc l 6 Table Top
cap :
STARKE NATURAL GAS HOOK Fev.*..** ?_ TVXJb.CBATU. ,

CITY HALL rHONB"92SSl: Cook cinihroofns in butter _1.113 S.W.4th M. f.'aineHvUI; fla. .I'hooe FK2-I.15.1: J 231 V. Temple Are. Phone 961.0631i


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?AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOIl/lpn/ STARK FLORIDA. THLJtSDAY APRIL j. n


ale. es Might so ladles make
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I Best Team, Can't Win RECREATION NEWS Router: Kgg: Hunt husband bring you to the
IKONS
The Starke Recreation Department creation Center. We can

will conduct an something for each and

I Luckless Tornadoes Lose 2 More and WOODSy I C Easter Egg Hunt for toddlers eryone to do. Let's set 'C

Little League & Jr. League son ever. pro-school and 1st and 2nd goal at 20 couples.

Jliinrliull We can still usa some par. grade children at Reno Play- Mamp-C'oln Club

A clinic was held at South'' enU to help in the league ground on Tuesday April 13. This Saturday April 3,

"We V" got the best team! In sixth after allowing only three more. The first bitter walked I STATISTICS Side Rlnmentary School last this year. at 3:30: p.m., and City Parkon 9:30: a.m.the Stamp-C

the confcrrnre" and we can', hits In the first five frames and went to second on a I LAKE CITY Saturday' : morning: About 73: Softball League. / Wednesday, April 14. Areas Club will meet Anyone int

win a name," Toinndo/ Baseball Before Hamilton came on to pavicd ball and scored on an i AD R II I| boys rcporto.l for Little Lea- We have sIx teams ready will be roped off for each dl.< ested is Invited to comedown

Coach Chuck Mason sal< put the fire out the Braves infield The second:! runnel-I Akrlflln 28 3 0 0 gue and about 40 for Jr. Lea- to start In the Softball Lea- vision. Prizes will be given and: see the collects,

both disgustedly: an.j. wonder had scored five luns on four stole third base In a doubly Red:1lh: : ef 3 1 1 gue biucbnll Tho Clinic Included gue which will open on April for the winners of the gold Mrs. Darby has some dupltc

Insly Tuesday afternoon aftc singles three of them back- steal and scored on a pawed i Falconsa 3 J 1 < instruction! In bunting. 13. Teams are Garden Restaurant and silver eggs. Mothers make es which ahe will donate

his squad had dropped Ihelfouith to-back. ball. I W. McLeod 3b 3 3 2 hitting, pitching, sliding, and Noegel Auto. Natural arrangements to bring your anyone Interested In atattl

came against a Ion The Tornadoes are hittingthe Hamilton fanned 11 Tigers Elderc 3 0 3 playing tho InllclrJ. It was Gas Florida Pent Control little ones. :.1 collection.

victory. ball well enough too, In the five Innings he worke-1 i P. MrLr.olt( If 3 0 1 'onIuI.t..I t | by Townsend Strlck- Hampton, and Brooker. The Tot-rillY Area Teen Time

The hapless Tornadoes went matching Palatka when both against Lake City and allowed I Sandel'Son 11 4 0 1 land, tiaxlMted by Kenny Ter- complete schedule Is 1 being The weather In now rigts' The Recreation, Center

djwn Filday 8-5 to Palntk clubs ROt 10 hits and getting only two hits. Akrldne pitched Rt'cselb 401 roll, Cnrl Stern. Chariot! planned now for the season for mothers. to bring their open each Saturday nig'J'rom '-

and 6-3 Tuesday to Lake City 9 safeties Tuesday against two Innings, allowed one hit I I Hamilton p 3 0 0 By IImn-lt% ; John, Ocwayne Elder and ahead. Work on the new softball mall one down and enjoj 7 to 11 p.m. A Item;\

They had led In both games Lake City to the Tiger's 3. and fanncj: ona. The Torna- I'ALATKA Randall Davis. field Is coming along the Tot.Play A re'l.. If yoi- ance is growing so why .rb

until the sixth both times Against Palatka the Torna does committed six errors and AD R II On Saturday, Apr. 10. we The Intercut' Is at an all- with the Idea of having the haven't been clown tr thlf come down teenagers an

only to BO down on errors and< does scored three runs in the left 12 men on base They left Reddish cf 4 0 1 will have a 54 hole Senior:! lime high end we Are looking lighting and field ready for area to see what we have for have some fun? We welcom

rrrotlc pitching which sud- first inning on three hits. Including two stranded in both the Hamilton 2b 4 1 2 Golf Tournament. This event for the biggest and bout sea- the opening of the season the children to enjoy yiu are you and your friends.

denly fell apart after being one of a pair of doubles sixth and seventh innlngi. Falcon ss 4 3 1 will be played on Mucliil. Play, Looks as If we are going to In for a pleasant, surprise
Kiirpoib In early Innings. catcher Dwight Elder The locals are scheduled to W. MeLtod 3b 4 0 1Eidrrc In Medical
by UHlng full! handicap. It will 2!; will be played 18 holes have a great year so start Comn and me! It. Cente
Against Lake City Tuesday! and a walk. Center fielder play Oreen Cove Springs here i 4 1 2 last three weekends with 18 each day. making plans to attend some! Adult, Itwrratlon On

senior Mark Hamilton had a Greg Reddish and pitcher tomorrow (Friday) at 4 p. m. I Reese Ib 3 0 1Sanderson notes to be played on cllhci! All of stay In town game this summer. Also start Thursday Night C"'lI1ty' Commissioner: Zrdr
no-hitter and St. Augustine also her, If 3 0 1 you Hamilton was transferrs
4-0 lead and
a go- Hamilton led off with back- Saturday or Sunday. and support thU tournament making plans! la see one of The Starke Recreation Cei
Ing through; the final lour to-back singles. Reddish:: was next Tuesday April 6, at 3:30P. : DoIlIIIlII I'f 3 0 0 Anyone 1 5Q Eddie Monday to the University o
age or over la /und make It one of the best our League Teams play ter hi still being opened eac'
frames nut the Tigers: came picked off second base, but m. Akrldlt" p 3 1 I eligible to enter our. Stat annual we've had. Feigner. The King and Thursday night by member. ; Florida Medical Center (ex

to life in their half of the Hamilton scored on a passed Seniors Golf Tournament; This corning Sunday, Apr. His. Court the Original' four- of the Rer rent Ion Doard, sr observation and treatment c

fifth Inning which was capped ball when shortstop Donald The golf course is In Its 3, we will have a bent two- man Softball team, at the come on down and have sornr a kidney ailment Ha entm-e

by three Tornado errors anda Falcon stole second after: Trackmen} Lose peak i play right now and. I ball on handicap: basis. Sign High School field on April fun. Let's call this Thursday Bradford County Hosplta
home Lake Wednesday. March 24, an
run by City'8Mark drawing a walk. Falcon scoredon would like to
eiK-ourngo all up fund get your partner now. 11 at 2 p.m. Ticket now onj) (tonight) Husbands and Wiv
Moody. Elder's double and Elder of you to observe nil rules Homer. was transferred to Oatnesvlll

Hamilton allowed only two scored on another passed ball on the course such after five dolya.
as raking
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hits In the six Innings he They added' another In the Second To OcalaBHS sand traps when you have) --
threw but suddenly couldn' 1
third when Falcon and Wayne completed: your shot, letting
find the plate In the fifth McLeod knocked consecutive faster players
go through, IB-
When he eased up to find his singles. Elder popped out to place divots, not only in fair. ij
control things went for Tornado trackmen Improved W
sour the second baseman and first) ways but also on the tees g
the Red team. Junior Emmett baseman Joey Reese singled their score 26 points against Golfers Our annual. Spring Pro-

Akrldge finally closed the home Falcon for his first RBI. Ocala Thursday over Enter Palatka Am and Invitational
will
gate but the cows were already The Reds added their fifth their first meeting with the held here : be 20 Word.* or less one tuna .85 Memorials, Resolution. Be per weed
on April 23 24
out. run In the fourth when Class AA school but still went Tournament The Pro-Am on 25. If not paid In advance_ __ 1.2:5: Card. of Thank, up to 50 words, _____ ZJM>

The situation was the same Akridge singled stole second. down nine points 66'/ -116%. 53, will be' on scratch Friday, Apr. Keyed.. or Blind AdEarn __. 1.2:5: Over 50 words ___ __ Se pee weed
last In their first meeting on Bradford High's young but basis.
Friday against Palatka
and came home on Hamilton'ssecond The Invitational additional word vee to .0:5: Display ads In Ciaaaifie.t. ..___1.50 per I ta3,.
with Akrldee starting off. The hit of the day. March 18. Ocala trounced the improving golf squad Is head. on Apr. 24-

Tornadoes were leading 5-2 Palatka first tallied In the i Tornadoes 79-44, In the midstof Ing for Palatka and the --.I

after five Innings. The little third when Corwin was safe a rebuilding year, Coach Group Tournament tomorrowas r.'RR'e' 1 1552. Expert Recapping POR 8ALB I HASTINGS MATTRESS

Junior curve bailer Just ''on an error on third baseman David Hurse's thlnclads are they wind up their 1965 In O..r/.lIon sit /Cur 0'of H Ii Property"r NI'4: 'I To nf, By Glen. Ready: mix concrete eoncreti & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

couldn't to showing constant Improvement schedule. NW' or NW'1f I I., FlEE block house piers" sand ce 710 Lemon St. Palatk
get them out In the Wayne McLeod. went second Iiiir PUN) "'I Pee Wee
ball andSCOI'ed however. "Young but promising" Is NAhy! I 1111 Ft. ,I'M: w ,I's: l.J GU' ( ) Crew tent, mortar mix, rock. steel.eyeleT Furniture Repaired.
on a passed Sat25. TH., ft.2:1: JoJ Also Full Lin* .! shell 'lmeroc root !
on a single by Blair. The Tornadoes had first the way Starke Golf and iNVntJn whll'l ...i.B...<,-d, John- NEW TIRES TRUCK travel llntelt. BRADFORDENGR. Upholstered: fi: Refinished
places In eight events Including Country Club Pro Homer nl. I. Plowcm. .lead The Qufdfledal!
Blair was the Braves hottest All TRACTOR An SIZES !: CO. Phone 111142521.Atarl MATTRESSES REBUILDNew
or said 1 .
STARKE
,
: mile relay and tied Wood describes the fledgling .ri.prfy tixlntt.. In IF YOUR NAME IS I
of singles the
batter getting a pair (nunljr of ilrl for squad which has two Juniors. FOUND AMONG TO.*:
home In four times for another. Ocala's ,neater of P'IrIda.lisle.< .
and a run
BUSINESS at the depth however proved the three sophomores, a fresh. .. ,,u.'h rTrllrii'afpn. Bhnl HARDY BROTHERS CLASSIFIED ADS. CAM: PEYTON FLORIST and Box Springs
plate. h.
The Braves second run came difference. man and one eighth grader. the> ri'dnmnrd l'rol.i.rty'' "*,.-',"',"rll..1?
when pitcher Buddy Mangumwas Starke's only double winners The club has come close to a ...rllth'"", or .'rrtifl'atpa. will UJi. 801-Nortt OFFICE FOR A FREE PHONE 964-4155 PALATKA 5-916(1
DIRECTORY h. sold l l t<> the hlifSfNt blildfi, ,ill NIGHT 961-3191 969-102< MRS. PEGGY RHALLEB,
safe on an error by short- were weight man Roger Chll- win on several occasions but t n. court.. hiiiiim (l....r on I In. TICKET TO TIlE FLORIDA ., or
stop Donald Falcon. went to son. a husky junior who holds has lost all six of Its 1S6S lrt Mondny In .mont h i>r .'.I.,,.. INMRNCKAT THEATRE.: : DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe 109 E. Adkiiu BU
several BHS weight lifting matches to Palatka. Lake 1116B.? which IH the Si-cl il.iy. ,,|r RitnrcKn BATES: Wire Flowers Anywhere Ktarhe. A..tW
AUTO REPAIK3 second on a fielder's choice, May. luntl. World
BE SURE TO SEE
AUTO FIRE BOAT tfeh
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and scored on a single by records and David Shannon. City, and Gainesville High .fi"1111' this 3'"h! u"* of SIar'h'. H. EDWARDS
School. ''as.MLAI.. DOVf.K Ill':. CONNER: Book before buying any other
Chllson finished with a discus -
Earl's Garage Blair. ( : .) INSURANCE AGENCY Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne, REGISTER N-OW FOR
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sixth six runs throw of 133 ft.-7V4 Inches Members of the team are XiiiiUh' .. FOR' RENT-J bedroom fur-
ALL KINDS The big saw Mmiriv; n r: local atrv.e ADULT EVENING CLA.qsE.Basic !;
OF cross the plate for Palatka on and a shot put tons of 42- John Odom and Flip Oraham. ('l..rlr ,,f circuit. (''.,"rt ..f I lirinlrfl tfohg your representative -, and high school refresher fished house' on Klngslev
AUTO IlEPAUl WORK ,> County/ I 1"l..rldii 1958. P. O. Box 603. Phone pled
juniors David Sllrox Jim Connecting
six hits, Including Blair's. lIne- 4'/i. Shannon was first in the ; courses Individualized Lake. garage
All Work Guaranteed drive home run an error, and Hundred yard dash at 11 seconds Oodwln Harry Hatcher sophomores 4 I It. 4/82 Insurance Problems? 964-3704 tfcha Instruction. Start at any tlmrS3 and boat house. Available Feb"

Phone OBO-Z004 fielder's choice. flat and In the broad ; J. Roy Chasteen. :>4)'l'lf'I) '' OP', "','J.U'. 1'"'' Call The Man FromKeystone" MRS HELEN OLASOOW i iI 00 per course of 18 .week* 15 to June 1. Phone 964-420!JTtfrhl
rout \
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So. Walnut. Starke Against Lake City Tuesdaythe jump at 18 ft.-l In. freshman and Bill Adams "II..1.II. .... ... 4 11 I ADCLT students applj
Tornadoes first tallied in Next meet for tt i>Tornadoes eighth grade. Ni.tlfo I. livrcliy nlvni.. (hut' FOR SALE-with no closing to Principal office RJE APARTMKNTII
AUTO SERVICE is set tomorrow LFrlday] "Our boys are averaging In T. J. AlilertnHn lr.. hairier uf cost. Cocy little home. All FURNISHED
the second when Wayne Mc the f.illowlnit. .rtiric'uli'. ,. IIIIHin George E. LaRue High School. White Adult students Modern on. and two bedrontt.
Gilbert S. Brown Leod walked went to secondon in Branford In a threewaygo the high 30's and low 40'1now fII..I| /lhl/ | | i-rltriiMti-ii. for utMX Conveniences. Now is your apply to the Adult Ed as well a* Bachelor Unit
and with Live Oak, and Lake and we should have a deed to b*. I IMNIIIM! I thfrt'iinTh I. Keystone Heights chance to own your home. W. ucatlon Office SE Wing USC
grounder.
Standard Oil Service Station Elder's crtirii-itt. '. lIulnb.... unit 1!. Nollman. tfch Renner Apt. 383 W Wa*|
tounh team .
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scored on an error. City. -i, 'I'HiiinHtatUtlr next year. Wood yKm, of .iNHiiMnri, tho .I.'s.rl.-'| Consultant' For All Your Building rear 1 to 4 p. mdally'nr II'Igton Av.. Phone ttl4-! 7U J

ATlAS Adding three more In the I .* saw. lion of the 1'1'1'.1'', unit the Insurance: Needs. FOR RJI'.NT-3 room furnished ? write to Adult Education tfrtl
TlRETTERlF.S third after two men were out, H1I-17.4 Connell; S: Camp "Bill Adams and( David 811- niniM. ... in fiiliuwH whlrh, It was asaewsplar. I cottage at HeltbronnSprings. I !Drawer 100. Starke. Business .

Budget Torms -Road Service the Red made Jt 4-0. The 0: Hoffman, O. 'n10O cox will be hard to beat before ( ,.rt Ift-ste Nil :31: V..nr iif Inmjaiii Representing. ; J. T. Qutgley. i foreign languages/ anr FOR SALE Two b.dronth\ ,
I'hone 96..-11 consecutive ( -dash 11.0 Shannon, long" he added. '* I IPfl2. fir eat American Ins. Co. mimic. conrxe. available tfrhr residence! on Pinewood Drive
runs came on .... 2tchg 4il
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.r..llnn|| | uf l'I''I".ly| h 1 I-A
f07 N. Templa I'Ifarke singles by Reddish Falcon, S: Carty 0: Connell 8, and 21f1'< Kg In/ K\V "Tor f Th Traveler Ino. Co. USED MACHINE' !ULESln..r Phone 9 4-4331. 4tp 4KISER'S '

and Wayne McLeod plus an Oulnn. 0 ttlel.] sMile / .'\0'1'1 cIt' 0'' APPI.U'ITIO\ SJo '4 H..c. 14 '1'.fill, I\-!! J K Tel 473-4692 FOR SALE Gas stove and
Name In whli-h Day Portable $9.95 .& I',
OFFICEFQUIPMENT
HURST'SService added one more Run-::4919'. .l1 Law- Void TAX) IIKKItHrr. .: :. tmwBKi'il llc.yl other household Items. Robert
error. They .... Htmllnir 473-4325 Mites SINGER COMPANY 402 N
IH4.IH. M.Notlv : :
In the fifth when McLeod son. S: Thomas. SiOibson; O. I. All i.r .u.lil iirnperty lit lnir I lilh Johns. 441 N. Epperson! St.
Station singled and scored on his 88(& Relay Ocala (Under John l Ii l)lKm her..by th* holder nlvnn or, that thifollowlnir > ( County. of llrnil foril. Htuli Aulo Fire Home Business Phone 984-5444( 2tcha 4 1 Marion St. Lake City, Fla NEW AND USED. .
Gas Oils Lubrication wood. Burnlston. Quinn .. i'1-rtlflrat. h.. filed I of Plurlrta.irnlmu monthly Payment Plan 752-4081: tfchi rw..... File*. (.hal... Adding
rillLJLIPS ':00" brother Paul's single. niilil. cnrtlflratva, ror a tax. d..i.d such o..rllth'II',i orDftrtlflritti National Manufacturing :Mrhine. Typewriter.
Greene)I. to I ha lumitxl I ** pitch l's rn ,li>iiiii'iKcciirillnv
> thereon. The FOR RENT-Spacious 2 bedroom
Goodyear Tires & Batteries The Tigers hitless until the 440 Yd. dash-53.4. Varnea. ..t0 nuniliHr and yeare aertlflt or I to law the Ilrn..rl| Chemical Co. has openings for C'alrulalora A. Cash Register',.
unfurnished AIM
duplex.
ROAD SRVCSHI'ET fifth when they got the lead I.NIiiin-R, the diwrrlptlon of theproiirrty. I[Inm'rllinii In stub .*t rt iriiwtf "rrurtlflrato 3 rout sales personnel and > 601 N. Main GainesvIlletIp
8: Spontak 0: Hoffman O. and the namea In will I.soll. I In I lluNlahriit FOR SALE Good businessand furnished apartments/ Nice
METAL WORK off hitter on via an error 180 LH-226. Oulnn, 0; 0'- whlrh It wai aamumed are' nil lilililnr. HI I the < 'iiirl residential properties In 1 territory manager. Guaranteed location. Reamnable. W. H 41
Noun floor on (hue first Mnnilnv
to low. salary plus commission.
then scored one run with two steen, 0; Hoffman. O. Curtlfli'atn:. No. '34.' Year of !.. In month of Slay. I 101\5.\ which Starke Improved and unimproved Also have oPt'nJ"for full Nollman. Starke. Florida. FOR SALEPetunias, Snap
Thompson Sheet straight fielders' choice. Slug- 880 yd. Run-2:11.7: Joiner. uuni-e 1552.D"i'rIptIn. !I. the. aril ilnv. of Stay 11,11t'tittd H. V. Knight, P. O. or tfcru Dragorut. Holly Hocks. Oollas
l this IlIIh day ot MunhI9H3. part time men or women
0 8 McManuels O. / of ('omat
McRae Property
: : Drawer F, City. tfchi
Metal Works ger Mark Moody then clearedthe 220 yd. dash-24.4. Spon- NK Cur of Mlfc' of HWli of HUAI.! ) Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis A J THOMAS. JK and other annuals. Big Boy
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bases driving In three NKH: of HW(4 Rum W 311', HMi lli-ul..h M Moody n rn i DAN PATE E.: Brown. P. O. Box 11, East i Beef! Steak Tomato plants.
tako Martin 0 Carty O.
; ; 4V fiir loll
All Work N IU.U'. W
Types Metal I 119', N ,: .rk nf 1rcult Court uf ltr. IU.U', B] I ITH.V
ESTIMATES. FABRICATIONAND runs with a home run. Mile Relay 348.4: Starke HBO. 12, T S H. It II K. I'OII, I'
INSTALLATION With the score 5-4 Starke (Lawson, Shannon, Klrchalne Name" In which ......,..... John 4/1; 4t. 4>/il12Wides. I tractor work new and teed COUNTRY liVING JUST house all at 321 N TempleAve i Ferguson, Ralford Rd. phone

Heating & Air (',,,,,1. Hyxtrin going Into the Tiger half of Bradley)I. Will"All, ..of",.cald" ..I. property beIng In building supplies. W. T. Jackson OUT or TOWN Phone 969-29H1 tfrhl 4-M'I'I.' Starke, tfrhy

Ph. OB4-0714 Rd. 165'- .Rt. 1 the, sixth they added two SM Relay 2:136.: Ocala the c'nunty of Hmitroi, $LaI.. of Building Material aM Us-, Ten acres fertile land. two bed
I (O'Steen. Underwood, Paulk l-'lurlda. chlnory Supply Phone ...- room house completely redone FOR' RENT Two bedroom HUP WANTFD

Barone! IfltfHtfta Unl.: ... ahall aiK-h, vertlflfate be redeemed or.car.acvorillnv 4001. tfehc Inside and out with carport trailer. Also apace w lth pa- Women and men In &ontt

BJ-18'1", Shannon. B; Un to law. the property d.. and screened porch. Very tloa. Westmoreland Trailer !health. Men eduratlon 9ttt
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I DIRECT FROM THE C.B.S. TV derwood 0: Spontak. 0. ,ncrlheil' In aui-h tertlflvate., orrrtlMiatea FOR RENT Furnished Urge barn suitable for horses Park. Phone 99-3191:! or 9ft92151 grade or better Age 31 to 414
will hn .1
Discus -132-7%, Chllson. hIICh..'. hl".t. the.I.t to court the Custom Made I room and bath apartment. and cattle. Beautiful grounds tfchi: Women education 10th gradeor

8: Pennuto, 0; Paulk. O. mum, door on the flmt Monday For Florida I.lvina S. Water St. Phone with large pines paved road better Ace 21 to 55 Write

"SUNDAY SPORTS Shot Put-42-4'4.' Chtlson.S In the month,Hid dny of May of ,May.lulu,IHflli.Hntvd which. I. :: tfchg frontage, S. mile from City Auto Radiator Shop i or contact Personnel\ Depart

: Pennuto. 0; Paulk. O. thl* auth day of March, Get More CLOSE-OUT First grade Limits. First time offered! I Car Running lintRadiator ment. Sunland Tralnlnx Center. -
SPECTACULAR"I HJ-S-S. Long 0; Beam 8: I 0115. YOU pencils P. O. Box 1150. Oaln"" -
Your since being redone. Price 15. Leak
For $ $ $
I (MEAL! ) -- Be each: 70c doi.; $4 1I.) 4trhsr 4 Ifl
all
O'Steen O. lleillah M Moody.,, I>. Cit half Bradford( County 000 00 with terms. I Cleaned & Repaired
: I PV 11-0, Klrchnlne. 8. li.rk or Circuit Omit of llrad- No Salaried nr Commissioned gross. A. J. Thomas" Realtor. Tel.
Telegraph\ U New & heed Radiator
I font County Florid FOR SALE- 2 bedroom furntthed -
and Long, O, (tic) ; Smith. S. ; '
Employees' M4-S70I
4,,1 4t 4/1J Auto Repaint & Brake frame house Newly!
I FOR RENTmom unfurnished -
I i NOTK) APPLICATION. DAD & BRAD) LAKSEN l hou e, 6 miles west of BE gentle, be kind: to that expensive Service Ii painted 100 :x 200 lot near
k Kill! '1'.\\ ItKKIIH .: The 1'riee At Lake Santa Fe R cular pries.
It with Right
.. LIKE TO WORK carpet clean
COMiNG I !! ... I54.I'. !M.! Starke Elderly couple prefer
Notice I. hereby ylven. that I I red. Contact J. 1. Wynn Lake Blue Lustre. Rent electric Strobo's Garage n.000. Phone 475-5003
John I>. l tiles., th.. holder or I 2tp 41
YOU Benefit! shampooer tl. Starke Hard-
t he followlnar rertlflcatea h.... Tut-r., F1,.* ltpCARP'S 1-1 Mi. S :.101 I on KdwardtIoop ;
SOON .
I r\ % llail ..*.iI cut'tlflcatea. Cor a tea. war Rd.
steed. to tw leau,' fertlMoate nuinbere' and year All Sizes on Dlspt.iy SERIES 191 FOR RENT Unfurnished 3- Phone Dfil-5171 BOBBY BIGGS
or iMauance. th. dnaorlptlon. of -
bedroom block 713 East
the |,iro|>irty. and. the n.",.... In 81012Vide* houne. Over 20 Yearn Experience: Auto Itody & Fender &,
.. huh It .... a..d.n a. I Vi llath. Mothers Laura. Starke.: ISO 00 pet I ft..hll
THE % ICarotO1.4k4 follow: and ; Expectant \ month in ,advance. HollU V i Radiator Shop
CertifIcate. No 41 Year of Expandable I, .\ato .Painting l'rei.Eslisn.sen .
c.nA Knight tfcha
We Now
.EDDIEFEIGNE lelulioL1559.. UPHOLSTERED 9OFA, bed
I Radiatorskwsw'i.
Imm, rlptlon of I'roperty I l olIn Un o4 $31 &0. Complete. living room
NWV, of HW. .. I>...-. In New and Used8Yr. CompUto FOR RENT Two apart- ( Repaired. .tad
"KINGOURT" lived. HK 111 P* till 1 E! K/W In I ments. One 3 bedroom unfurnished I group t$4 Selections: of dinette PI..eord

Congratulations to Ctertte Nat \Mllmma... MIll Mec. it, T-I ( Maternity WearCARP'S one 3 rooms fura- suits from "!7 50 to $35PennelTt IMS.! UaJraut <'t.TRTES O'arlt.
financingnvail.tble
H, R It !K. .
I Bargain Center I'.
McRae. She was runner up Name In which aaaeamsl John I tithed Call 4-5M2! tfch
low gross, in Group A at the Annl. WIMUine ----- miles Sooth on Sill 1trh

tournament in Deland. The All of auld property belnar. ID Ulle Our Rental-rur- FOR BALE \\M H tonFord I I"OR\ALF.!' -3 large

next Golf-a-Round will oC the f'lorlda.'County of Uradford, 8tate I chas lan-l-aymenCa pick up. Excellent mechanical FOR RENT 3 rooms and Pine tree tot to be taken: outCall t

be here April IS. Plans are TiUeiia& curb cvrtlfUate or cvrtlflmtra Under $30 Per Month : lhape. Good tires, bath furnished cottage Phone Joseph Bans. OnffU

4 Man "Show" Team now being made for this date. to ahall law I be th.rediitim properly d according .- WANTED HOUSE salesmen. new tag. will sacrIfice: $ 94. M4-XM1: fIche Loop. Rt 1 Box I71-B StarkP.1tch .

The board of Oolf-A-Round directors of rvrllClcale a>'ribvd. In. will aurh be certIfIcate auld" to th.hI.hept or. Previous experience helpful, Call WI4-4711 I 4trh. 433 FOR' 8AL&-U V-8 converable -

the 9-hole bidder but not Excellent Dodge at Siroboi Oar
at the cu..rlh. NOWMobile neceuary!
elected officers this' month. .....* door tin th.. flrel MondayIn opportunity for previous shell FOR SALE: Two Shetland ace and Radiator Shop Ut'hll FOR RENT-2 bedroom hou!
Mary Crowe of Ocala Is the month of May. milt which fizrnt.hedLand for garden
ALSO SEEN IN TIME MAGAZINEAND new president Vice President la th. >rd day of May., 19a3 home Insurance and other ponies wtth saddle bridle and AXe Registered' Collie For''! Very reasonable. 2 miles from
l Hted thla 10th day. of Home SitesAVAIhAULK specialty type sales experience halter. Palomino filly and
Oertle McRae. Starke; Secretary UU, warl'h'l Sale. Call J E. IfitcheockState :, Stark. near Hlway 16 east
THESTEYEALtENTYSHOW Eddie Peterson, Palatka: '......\LI highest commissions black stallion Both e.ndl t Prt' on. 2teh 4 I t: Pri..ne M4-4)H5 3trh. 4 in |
Beulah M. Moody l>. quick approvals low rejection: gentle. ilOOOO Call M4-4TM

and Treasurer Polly Hester. Cleik Cord County of Circuit Florida Court of lIr..d'j. Full Lake I-rlvilelres rate Sell a completed 3 bedroom 4tchr 4 22 WANT TO TRADE!: OR SELL
Deland. We happy to
are very
Versus have Starke member servingas 4t| 41 4/tl Homestead! Exempt home!, no money down. -Suprr A Tractor with cultivating. FOR SAlZ Breakfut ... .-
a $3350 per month full tile fertilizing equipment table. 4 chairs $35 Dresser
officer again this :aunt s' oFAprLlt'TSoI'itK FinancingLake 6 MONTH' OLD ZIO ZAO.poMf'swd .
an year.
TAX iirrnNut : : 'I bath oak floor. H heet- and mowln machine for Fordor $750: Chest of drawers. $7-W:
Garden Restaurant softball team Starke will be representedIn II... II.I'" .... ... rock: and many other outstanding 64 Model Swine similar tractor Dolph Red- Mattresses and box .prtn sM5
the Pro-Lady Needle' DUl-O-Mtlc. Makes
Keystone lev la h.r.by .Iv.n. thatMr Geneva
features. Send name good condition. Sofa &
-U3.S.
N+
Itp I
holderof dUh.
Tournament next week by T J Alderman the Hundreds Of Fancy SUtcbe
the following ".rtl!' al.. has address and qualification to: chair $45. 337 N Walnut $*. '
BUS StadiumSun. Apr. 11 Homer and team. Good luck died, saIl crrtirlcalra for a tax P. O Box 16444. Jacksonville! Makes Automatic Buttonholes. WAN'FPerson to do my''I_ Ito
to them. d..d to be 1..10.... thereon. Thecertificate Trailer Sales Sew On Button Blind!
Florida 32218: 2trh 318 41 laundry that can pick up and i I:
Mothers. the egg hunt for numbera and year Hems. Monograms. Embroiders. .
of laauance. the deei.rtpllon. of deliver Joseph 1C Barys on
2 P.M. I tots to 12 will be Easter Sun the' property, and the ...m.. InwMth On Konte 10O. One :>UI'"- UKKeyM Damn. Patches. Etc. As-, OrlffU (Axp. ltrt>.', FOR SALE -on. wUte or-

day at 3:30: p. m. It Was .......... are a. ..ne llrlpht FOR SALE-Set of bunk beds. jume Remaining 6 PaymentS" i. ganaa over taXfeta floor length
Advance Tickets( -.Vdulta $1.25. Students 75e follow: Open Sun. & Eveningt: :2 maUre__. guard rail and Of n.$(). Write Credit M r'l, FURNISHED 2 bedroom; formal slK IX ReasOnable
Carolyn: Certlflcnle N At nte-\dults! $1.50. Students $1.00 ladder
t i I 2tp "..; 664 N. Water St. Itp! St. llchg \

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DodcockbAll ISTAIUSHIO 104 [f--- LAZHOY'SCRECLINAROCKERJ KOCH'S: EASTER SPECIALS!

C Faster( Runny, llendquarteni.Ve Make Our Own
SteelCABINETS Itjiskcts. Let Ut Make Yours "..\8 You Want It."

,n Easter Gifts For Young and Old
A Kin I Furniture
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And I ran Ixi uncful ;
wen tat ,be.utl- : S1.S9 Calm Spray $1.09 11..1..
SINKS \\ .. .
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by La-Z- rnmlilnr Deodorant HairSpray
Boy
OVKR: SINK CABINETS' !
4J" --._--___._ SU.9.' ---- onmfort the ultimate with In Unlrdil.r.ling..lylInf I'' Powder 99 66
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M" 'le.DS! >nd choice at fiUirlr to dranplevnent
w _..mmifl 18.8" any room d.*..0'. a'
$1.19 79c'MAALAX
ALL MET.\L SINKS I 1 79c neerSSe
41" Sink ____-.- S....MW The nuui In .her lit. wflt be h. '. ,. '/ ASTEETH
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Sink $7 KI glad he .110118 RN'lInaH..r. 49c
6- Sink ____.---- $149.96IPrkw .. In Its restful com- 51 c 1
tin*. Spray nompfeto___.$4.M with extra at- s rare.fort he.o,ttzunz: : : .0001HQ TV VIIWING 'UU liD.rCUNINCI
rocking.. to lounrbif. to full .bed reclining, It will kbiUMt. .nutlt -- Prescriptions is our MAIN business. Let us fill your
him Kant to be UrrcLDENMARK ;;.:.....,
W. S. BADCOCK t.+ \r-r'7: -. --' drug needs. Have your Doctor call us your prescription
Furniture &: Appliance Down we deliver.
10%
Associate Store Deliver FURNITURE COMPANYFamous Koch's Drug Store
M. N. (Bud) Yaun. Mfr. Any Sink


Name Brands
Every Banking Need For EVERYBODY! '

By doing all your banking under one roof you StoreWideAll "PRICEBUSTER"
save time and trouble. Rut that' only half the 1 '
advantage by dealing with a FullServiceBank Ladies Dresses
like ours your connection here will
prove helpful when you need money or financial
advice. $$2.00 OFF

>' Saving Checking Accounts Accounts .. Stock Real Entate&: Bond Loans 1 Purchaaes& Sale. j Ju.. t' In Time For ..."t.r j c.
1 Loans Travelers Checks MEN'SrarS.OCKS C f
Drive-In Tellers .
Night DepoNitair '
Safety Deposit Hose Hank Money Orders Men's SuitsReg.

And too:;:, (',me Cotton t''
Ample Parking Facilities -

OPEN TO 6 P.M. FKIDAYS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: I $60.00 -$$44.00Now large New Sprint I'atlrrn Selection Color.* .' 8

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FLORIDABANK I r \ Longer
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poor that someday. will pay 'V* 2 For $$1.00 3 For $$1.00REG.
for your new home or autctmofJiweducatio.: .. for your children-A THE STARKE RETAIL MERCHANTS

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em y.yyyy..y..yyy.yy'I for a short period during that'I read the ingredients, you U shouldn't be discouraged. The Mrs. Scholl Forms AvailableTo ,, Board. F.nruiry f. !lee4Thurluw I 2)3-B North TempI. JVv..
time, and rt'matnt'd. r a see why.. engineers had only a medianseducation i Sinlt Starke FloridaAuurn.y
HAMPTON'! short time after the scheduled 1 package German sweet' level! of 0.8 years Given.Po.ition Apply For Parent were advisedi Admint.trat'.rTHOMAS' ptlRCm! I I for Adojlnr.tratoriU, <1 4t 4.1
I'
i through the press that they' A
hours, to complete processing
chocolate. broken In pieces. but they were paid a median
of all who were waiting la 3.4 cup sugar; 1 tall can evaporated salary of n. 86. putting themIn At Med CollegeMrs School Transfers I may submit a written requestto
1'1n. D. E. Hill the School Board asking
By line milk 3 yolks,
; egg; 38th position on the list
Phone 468.116ekAAAauuA..ua..AAAA! PERSONALS .slightly beaten: 2:3 cup flaked Ahead of the clergymenwere : C L. Scholl formerly. Forms to be used In recuest- permission have their chll- EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Has coconut: 1 teaspoon vanilla. truck drivers, who earn- SCake. has been appointed a*. tnt rraasignment of pupils to, dren assigned to any school r .

. an of St. Augustine are the 1 baked 9" pie crust or gra- ed about SI80 more than the director: of women's progress any: school other than the one facility that Is suited to the COMPLETE:

PT* TO SPONSOR I parents of a ton. born Friday. ham cracker crust: 13 cup clerics at the'Woman's Medical College presently attended are now available level of the child SER'ICEXD NEW INSTALLATIONSFREE -

March :77! Mr and Mrs Ltmnle chopped butter of Pennsylvania In Philadelphia at the office of the .
'UPr-ER MAY 15 ', pecans; cup The survey also answeredthe principal of each school center I. c"'...r ....... a r..rl. I.
Melton of Hampton are -
After a meetln literally question of why it is nard Af* Par nnuMord I..!". ESTIMATES
maternal grandparents.I ; Combine chocolate: sugar Mrs. Scholl has a long and In the county accordingto n..rMa.tn .
-uzzing1 with discussion me I to keep them down on thefarm.
Hampton Elementary PTA de-'I Raleigh Brarmen and Mra. butter and milk in saucepan All five categories of varied background of club.i, 1. Casey.School Superintendent T. "mil II.ro'd.KiHat... Chaunoy H Phone 964.2904

ded to put on a chicken T. P. Brown visited In High Cook and stir over medium farm workers were among the civic, and community service NotltT of filing Pcitti' For
All requests for ,
reassignments -
upper Saturday evening. May[I Spring Sunday afternoon. heat until mixture Is blended lowest in the list. in Florida prior to moving to final 1'i-x.bariio ut Adinmutin'

5 as another moneymaking'' Mr and Mrs. Frank' HardlaI and just comes to a bolL Remove But at the very bottom Pennsylvania a year ago. She must be made on these torN<>IK" !I. hcrrbr elves thai I Iha

reject for this spring scmes-I of Jacksonville were Saturday < from heat and graduallypour the His earnings and her husband the late :Mr. forms and forwarded to the .. ntrd mr final return .>
newsboy
stood
j visitors of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. office' of Superintendent of ailmlnlMntor' <>f 100 Mitatc >f
small Scholl at one time operated I
\ a amount into the .
er of .... .
were put at a median Public I''haun.-.y II. 1O..tll d ua d
.. Instruction. Bradford
Various suggestions; included : Watterson. egg yolks stirring constantlyRemove ISJO. Higher up. however the El Rancho Motel here. | that I bar lint m> petitionfur
Rance Jones entered 6t. mixture to pan Add Mrs. Scholl served;! a* Brad- County. by 12 noon April 15 distribution and riot final
a spaghetti supper and fish I were editors and reporters The Bradford rttwharco. and that on April t
upprr and agreement was Luke's Hospital In Jackson- l' cup of-coconut and vanilla; : who earned a median of $6.- ford County Director' of Civil County ->''.. I wilt apply I" tht Hon.. '

reached for having a cake. Tile la..t Friday for test and'' Pour into pie crust. Sprinkle S32: : Photoengravers andstereotypers :! ; Defense until resigning to School the Board application will then, on consider the-i al.>l. .Thrron of. Bradford A Ta fin
observation with and of I..d.
top pecans rest leave Starke. In 1963> she wa I
calk nad square dance fol- did a little betters; basis of the best educational Florida. fur ap|>i> va' "r said! |
Mr and Mrs. Steve Jerrell coconut. Bake at 350 the ,
owing. Mrs. D H. Crawfordwas degrees a; $7.042.Women. selected as "Woman of final.turn and f 'r in drr
interests of ;
chair- and baby daughter of Jack- for 30 minutes. of the Year by the Starke BPW the child with respect -I!, of distribution and l finaldiMchara
appointed menu got part to school and transpor- a. admin trntor. of 4
Mrs sonilRe visited relative here salaries: In' Club in recognition of her th. 1-lIlal. H.veal. : '
man for the supper. and blame for the low tation facilities and other of '.hau..J'
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Janice Hall poster publicity.: I lla.st weekend. High School Men some professional fields! many civic activities. She, pertinent criteria without regard '" ,1
Meal! were set at $1 for j Mr and Mrs. A. C. Dennlson The said that in served two terms as president' '
prices survey!!
adult 50 cents for children.I and family spent last weal --I) Eligible For professional jobs where there' of the Starke Woman's Club. to race. color, or national !

fti'h desserts extra. | end In Jacksonville. Weest| Naval Reserve are a large number of women.,: and also served.. program render origin.its decision The Board on each will ? PAINTPROTECTS $ .1 "8 8CHICKEN
j and Mrs. Gordon
time
Nine books describing!! modiT't I' Mr. of Attaml they frequently are paid less.> chairman during which I application by July 15 of the .

mathematics: were told to and. son Bobby here with High school] men In the thus lowering the pay scale i: the organization received in me year. in which request Is BARNS, .
pAn"t, <. to help them under spent last weekend Greater Jacksonvll area may for the entire occupation I|statewide recognition for 1cs1outstanding ) filed. II yon havequestions COOPS

.u; nd( the changes in the Mis. T. F. Brown now fulfill their military obit- It pays to fly. the survey), programs and national In a policy adopted earlier I AND OTHER FARM
.....chln; of the new math Mr. aru :Mrs. Frederick' rations in the Naval Air Reserve's ', also showed Airplane pilots' publicity in the Amer- ,. about BUILDINGS
this the School
Sunday v1 Ul year Board
't Watterson were Since
: ican Home magazine.
'f'w math: boots will need 'toto SS-r>ay Accelerated, and navigators were In the.
ors at the home of Mr. and < Starke she has been announced that all pupil will RETARDS ROT IN
purrisctl! by the school l Rate TrainingProgram.. leaving your militaryservice !
? 110,.000 and above median I: PER
be
assigned: for the 1965-66
M. 1. Watterson. FENCE AND
social OTHER
Mrs : secretary
employed as
text year to make tha ." Itch. I I The Jacksonville: Naval AirReserve range and so were osteopaths
.> Sir and Mrs. Philip Keys of' to Mrs. Walter H. Annenberg', school year to the school they WOODEN POSTS
The school duplicating machine Training Unit has and dentists. !,I
obi f
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with' attended during the 1944-65 SINGLE
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is out of orde and the. Lake Butler %11 led here tamed permission to Increase Others on the list and their In Philadelphia. Presently .'EASY TO APPLY L.
the Richard Keys family last Mrs. Scholl is residing at 38 term except those pupils who. your:local 1 National Guard
I
dtficusscd tlie parcha x I
TOUD for this aummers
quota Included .
salaries
lit. i median : through win be
promotion
i assigned -
weekend. DrIve Ardmore, Pa
i Hannum
>f a new machine; Principal I training ceasion. The 85-Dav I can help you
Actors $5.349 college: presi
U.1 ;
D. E H31.: Rev. Paul I. to a school of higherclassification
Richard Jockel quoted the! Etr and Mrs Maggie Dirt I Program has 50 more vacancies dents $9.704; police $ .21%; I : subject also to. I

(-rice1! of an electric one.! .with drove to Lake City Saturday for young men in the!'; nurse '..29.5: bartenders. $3.- MIX RIGHT rOCn toe W{, the right of any pupil to request In StarkeVisitCWO MARY CARTER PAINTS
and trsde I
dUrount n a: Greater Jacksonville .
area 740 taxicab drivers $3.270.; .
to visit Oorpe: B.rt in thet. : way fog wrU Cui lo andftftt transfer or reassignment -
$235 ?5, and the PTA voted T Enrollees must be at least IT Al Crosby
Veteran' Hospital bootblacks $847: veterinarians yowr f layette CSTFKIBKOOK to a school of his or her

M'Here/> buy Is It.a He$30 explained extra service that Mr and Mrs E L.. Browns j years 50-mile old and live within' a I|18.883; pharmacists $7.176: i iI I I r. u>tmu pen. TEL.EGRAPH. choice and have the request .Armorr Rid?. 353: Temple Are.OAHMER'S : .
radius of the' Naval
: and funeral directors and em-
a-tllcy for this. t and family: spent last weekend t Air Station Jacksonville. I I I I I fairly considered by the or Call 961.2211 "
K> .lm.....r.. t* an?
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The plan of making curtains: I] in Winter Haven with his\ The recruit!' will spend two I Isum.mer I .
and lter-ln-law. Mr, ,
brother
'or the classrooms. to help! training sessions of
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larken them for slide, film-! and Mrs Frank Brown, and I 85 days each at the Jacksonville -

trips and film showings. wu!{ twin; daughters. Naval Air Station and

discussed during the business j Waldron Wadsworth left win be ready, at the end of DISCOUNT HOUSE
merttnir. The group decided I] last Friday for three months I! the second session to !begin NOW
the |
hU would be put on an In-i sea duty with : his active duty period with (
will take <
dividual room basis to solicit Marine. The trip the fleet as a Navy Petty Of
donations of time and money him to India. ficer. AND
I'fr j' Mr and Mrs. Richard Keys Information
the project. on this program -
and family] have moved Into I
Final reporta on the variety I la available by writingor
I the house on Navarre Ave
chow listed an Income of) visiting the Naval Air Reserve
SI72 25 for the evening, expenses -i formerly occupied by Mr. and
Training Unit at the
of $25 96. for a net I' Mrs. Joe MoClellan. who recently -I, Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- KELVINATORBRING *
returned to their former -
profit of $14 .29. Total on I tion.
home in North Carolina.CHOCOLATE |I i
and in the PTA treasury wastriven Ii
I I
as $367 80. i':P. O. Positions
The organization voted to I PIE

discontinue having refresh-1 'With Calories'From Now Open For

ments at the meetings. The,I Civil Service YOU S

;"room count'showed sixth Mrs. Sue Young, Bre- : rifvbg-

grade having the moat parents I' vard County home demonstration Postmaster T. C Hazen an

present with 18. agent, comes a debatable -. nounced yesterday that appll-
X-RAY UNIT HERE recipe for that all-time t I cations for the Civil Servlc:<<

Eighty-three received: chest I f avortte--chololate pie. i I Examination for the podtioru -

X-rays Tuesday last week I This particular pie has an' of substitute clerk and substitute ,..... -

when the mobile unit was In Intriguing title "It's called carrier at the Stark post OJ GIFTTo r .. "'!.i-.it -. ----
Ifamplon front 11 a. m. until> "The Heck With Calories office are being accepted! now HANt) ,
2pm. The unit broke down Chocolate Pie." When you Substitute special deliver NO MESSY pEFROSTIfiG! "
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Every Ne.wkELVINAT.OI
f messenger paeltlona will' also rIf t r
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be filled from this examin- I 1 Homemaker- ; '
ation. x. .

Appointments to these. positions ;;:::: .. Automatic Washer-

Take The DrudgeryOut will be career appointments i'r .. .
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unless otherwise Limped "-1 \ ,iJ!.
and the first year will be DOOR PRIZES f. .

probationary Career appointments i ,.t
of Tax Time C .nUl.
income become permanent upon 1 ', .
satisfactory completion of t F ,.. .... -. ,.1"1". :,'1'1. ...... .) ( .....
the probationary period. t tan !.: L .. I.,;' '" '.

adds Starting rate of pay Is <2 48 .. GRAND OPENING 'e ..... .. ,, r ..,..t /....J

per hour ... 4i: J Jr'J
jnfoiynupn age limit for ...'''J.. .
subtracts
these positions is 18; or to for ,

high school graduates, who .
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multiplies may be appointed when they (I I t tI zi'ii /

reach their 16th birthday t : .(/
I However persons under 18 I t ,, oJ>-t
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I may not be appointed to positions bo tJla. '.. .. ''''"'tJv.. 1.1
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Kelvinator ,1. <
FIRST TIME EVER- requiring the operation -

of a' motor vehicle. AU qualified ; ; ;
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applicants will receive 30"RANGE: I '

An Electric Adding Machinefor consideration without regardto ,..,.,. $ 8'1.\9-95 .0''ltll /
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race, creed color, national .
origin or sex. \\
Operating. Trail.'Swat. .
No experience or training Is

less than .$100SmithCorona required, but all applicants ., ,.1
must take a written examination d1YL.y ( ......tur.e .

designed to test apttude t.
car qr slg Fawily1 -
for learning'and performingthe 1. ,In eaINCfty'' l 1.
duties of the position. ,1 1I
Further information and '12U.FT.KELVINATOR I UoII finer

application form may be obtained .'Ma41.. j

/ from the local post of- Just posh a button .la this! nw Kdvtruitor and host mrlt sad .........

fice. drain *_y for -.y owpoMl.. R.fn..r.tor return to normal 1 Aal.tn.ddI .

J operation automatically. Kl Doctors Are TopMoneymakers for far !less thaa rrfrlgeratora WIth Ghee type* of d..fr.MUni. [! 4Mi'
( i "ltI4 He 0.&ra

M$ .Itt. FrtJW j '. rr.llMMf.' ONLY ::, t,' : .. W.., tare

In U. S. Finance St8r,1 **?.. 95 I'lilu S-Y.! ...
ndag, S i.If r Fun.w' dM 0- $
) $19 9
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Dt.'IIplte their close proximity Pan.1il* Crttp.rN ,. i i
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to money-bankers are not .. .IIC 0-Cadet (r---. rw..r. ,
Mly lunar Chests ..alyd.e With Operating Trade ---
the top money maker. in the e ...- ..,. .. .-
? .r. .w il (H.ri
U. S. economy.' A Just-releaA- .'. w w v ..

ed government report shows Imagine! A Kelvinator f r y.1' I ......'w,-St.-.-caw N !
a-- > Nh
!that doctors are in this enviable a- .e
was. w
position! rather than Mod.1 KR' 53
bankers or lawyers. -Q 30"

With a median salary of _:. ,
14.541 a year doctors headeda 4 4'' Model RO 351B

FIGUREMATIC list of 321 occupations by ;; ELECTRICRANGE Only Kelvinator

the Bureau of Labor Statistic

In the U. 8. r

The bankers and fianclert WRINGER- $

so came In second with a median $
$ 139
salary of $12.757. Right behind With Big 21- Oven M.T. WASHERSAs $89-95
them were lawyers at

$10 587,
Pullout Low As
i The figures were gleaned Surface -

from a study on bow the nation Units
'* 44 million male work Iooel RF 322

no Tax era nuke their living Not surprising. ,. ,Throw-Away.\lum.

Adds 7 Columns-Totab 8 to 999,999.99 the figures showed Only 1 In urn thai Lining THESE PRICES GOOD APRIL 1st
that It pays to be educated 2nd 3rd

at leant most of the tune. .95 ,
Clergymen had Removable Oren
an averageof 1AO
SEE IT NOW 17 1 years of education.: But "''.T. DoorOnn MANY SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR

or. the li.it of monej makers

they placed :343th with a median Light

Bradford salary ,of 14.008 ,

County Telegraph to As b*for a.. UM locomotive boy: who engineer want Ja' twba ;.. FURNITURE TV AND STEREO DEPART

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TnCKSDAT.-APRIl.'1. 1985 BRADFORD' COTTXTT TCURGKArif. STAKKK.' FlXKm\ PAOE MIVEX


I Farmer's Diary :

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I JI7 8a. wcatnq I ,
.lil.' '" J
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takes the position, however
that the farmer does not have
the right to shoot deer even Presents
in hts own field, unless he has l lA.3IE1R] fA3HION '
first
I obtained a special permit
from the Commission. Even
\ then, he doesn't have the:
right to invite anyone else to
.
help him do the Job. they say.
And so the argument goes on.
Berry plantings are coming: .

into real production now andUS301 It seems to us that there .
Is lined with salesmen are enough things a farmer STARKE'S FASHION LEADER
working off the fruit along 'j I has to put up with, bad "weather PAAE
the highway. Competition Is1 insects diseases 'and mar-*
keen, and the price has dropped ketlng problems to mentiona
from .three pints for a few- without lotses caused .
dollar, to four for a buck, and i by wildlife. On the other 1
even to five for tl. I hand we can't afford to let 1
!| the bars down on protection:
Again thin year. the Brad- of our deer and other wildlife .
lord County strawberry pro- -or they win soon be gon t'dcq; P&nc JM or the ,
t
motional porgram, M a great j Npriceleaauung
girl2Uho
success. In the one last year | We can remember picking WA'iTO-G iEast.rr
In N. Y C. the county tot !' strawberries and coming to fa.I.luna knows :GREAT EET !
thousands of dollars of valuable entire sections of the field >
nubllclty.. and the one In l where birds had been active ;dothcs .
w art.Onlast week was only to find. pint. after pint t :
publicized all over the country.'' or- rruu- which bad been ruin : t.-- I
In fact ywxif Arch Thomas)i ed by pecks taken:" out of fin kn 4 ; Give; your winter-weary wardrobQ'a
report that when he WM in big berries.- When that happened
and select
In
Bpringtoaic.. Stop
Washington a flood of calls we just naturally got
was received' by persons wantIng upset and would gladly have er gr j-wur furniahinK* and I accessoriesfrom
to know where they could shot every bird In'sight. 'To- .. creations by
smart: new
get some of the berries everyone day, we are '1\0 longer farml fIt, I '
was talking about. Ing and we feed the bird. at X. America's bcst-known makers of
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e our place and erijoy! watching + 'V / r I Ir nwn'a wear. And by all means lot
Of course, In any suds; promotions t.hI'Mmce wo don't have towateta --i1
there are bound to .them eating our ber us show you out new collection of
be mtx-upe, and the funniest' ri.,. r .. 1 Style-Mart( suits and St'lo.Ml\rt
one we've heard of In a 'long .55
t v\ h rr4 '
time occurred when George I!' But back to the deer' problem / tiportcoaU- each oiitatamlinjr for

Hug Bins put the' berries on the the Wildlife Officers One\ proportioning. precision tailor-
wrong ptane at the Jax airport will, be glad and superior stylinsr.
and then had \to "dig up who Is havlnft trouble! with" I ng
some'In a luury" for publicity marauding deer They have \ \ ,I

plc 1rel. I sprays and other repellents i i iI I..
h that can be used. but they'' lit I STYLI.MART SUITS
Ton know: the saying_"Let say the most ffectira" deer I rr
George do "It." Well for YNI"InOW' f remover,la (to put up a couple 1 y
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I
air
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Ororie, tfuggtru{ JIM been i of strands of electrified l< wire" t
active In Just about erery-,1 around the field Tint Is STYLI.MART PORT COATStxei.us.ivf
thing '.aln, on'.around. toere. '' guaranteed to put any'berry* 'Rag.
$$29.95
and If h* got something: mix- loving doe or buck on the run 1t
ed up that ono time and -and they won t come bark,
,,, :! I t
wed
mind 'e. .Y.U" -
you the Game Commission: peoplesay. I .TYLI-.T. NICK ZOM
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say it was Just naturally i ty 1 T"",0..1.. / .. ........ elan' Bt and b..ll.r .......
bound to happen sooner or 'i'i ..t .naa., n* .mans. .M.. _.It l You \twist act .lurn.
later In fact maybe he's tryIng I' ...near" Uf l DM.,,as. ul( ,i llIhIlV raw.

to get a new saying hereof .. TII. riMM t'.... ... '; From
"Don't Let George Do It"Berrle .... ....,... (.....?.I.Fl.10. ..... tl HniidH.>nie' draw hatn' In
ifY 95
.
:- ll'tar I n.w$7$
j Chart.. H. Salisbury, Plainriff. eit! nl' >'led and shades .
hit the headlines In .t. Franc* ,'. BaUaburyta.a $$20.00
another way last week when [ the Game Commission'' made a :MITICK! or m'lT f
complaint concerning a couple Tic Th., .m......,.....of. V e'In.I'-..'.'.." Distinctive neckwear In strip*, pat $1.50
of girt hunters" who had accepted h..'.",. Ap.rln.atlApartr.nt $$11.99 lams, and tolldtlrom. ., ......
'
an Invitation\ from a Run tMtontr tana .,'
rtrawberrr grower; to shoot 1 *itla.re IS. MarylandTnti ,I '
the ... h.r.."" nut)fl.d that dr and port
deer that had been eating .. Famous-niffl *
m. not has b n ni-rt >.ilimyon $4.25hoslaof
crown out of plants and .. and shades $
IB Ih. abo* ntltl I.d .an* shirts 'In latatt tlyls*
punching boles In plaatlc .a.. that yun, ar. rwiatrtd. to ; :
m, ,
{
f1.. .. I '
your a w r with th Clark
mulch "lth' their hoora -- -
Dt tbt satin a4 t..rv. U :
Judge Yawn came out In favor rapr th'_. of a farmer's rights to pro or plalattffs a I torn.r, whaa. I m-n'a' ,, 79
-.", aa4 a44>.... .I. John, Ib.Uouavr. ;. BKvtJ. ,, Latest sNta, notes and Ans
tect his property', saying a Tit nor.Id.a :o1.lIo"alIuI41" \ from' '''' ''"...""' .., 1
.
deer has no more! right than lank / .. "a..IU.J. /

a man." I as Florida IMS. iMt If ran later fall ta I.'Drn.... aa .. y. OrItO/htp. !
dana. aro _faii"rt will. .b* .nr Ie 1..e.i I jJ
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After the) hearing. Judge .I.naMd'.* 4 tae 4e 70",...far,eumptalne'l roltal F'
Yawn explained: that he and This mlt f. far .."...... ,,' ,\I (' I Iu
Attorney Arch Thomas .Jr WII"an air baail and.. tk.

bad heard of the deer damage ,; -..I I. "t..Iot. lal'. nth Coon day at of NtaraKl'irltfa. Manh.arlMi < 5 1111 i "", ,, .. '2 ,""
and that they had visited the : 1..'
I1 I1s'
field and saw many pUnU| (t.'O"I\T'- PRAL1= A ftarte.. ''C'I.. ... -. r J .;::t-=;.. :_:__ _!___ "._.___ ___-. C.- 11J--," -' r ,- t.u ar :; ... -, '- '.11 JII
where entire crowns had brim a' ,tka. r, jit <*..'iHi .
eaten away. by the Intruder B.ul." M MoaA7rt.euty Junior and Pi.p'SUITS
Ct.fa: \
l/il It I/I! I I EASTER FASHIONS\
The Game Commission I fashion dots on .

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'4 ..ruhlattl:' T1.r.. Jownrs3l.t. j 1

flattery. in tla. Ca.1.:0ll.: I ff i l

.. kill k..L o. SpiyNewt. : ;. I i, '

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY" TKI.EORAPH.' :STARKR. FI.ORTnA APRIL 1. ,


nal sacrifice! for whomsoeverwill ten so soon. First publication March 13, bid and to reject any or all Stark, Florida, sole owner Ca. Not 1.1-4H3 I
1966. bids, or to accept any bid and Dated thl X.'h day of )l.r"h. George H. Glee, Plaintiff v..
receive Him into their :' My opinion of this personis 3/11 4t ./S any combination of alternate. A. D. 1965 at Stark, Bradford 1 Lillian Elizabeth Glee, Oefcadr.
Christ Is heart as Saviour and Lord. not all peaches and! cream uR iJ that In Its judgment will ba County Florida. 1/2 4tp flU ant I
CALL FORScaled ulna for the beat Interests of the NOTICE' OF SUiT
Where true the their life is 1 conducted -
is happiness
way c.Q bide. will be received Owner.In :NOTICE In The N....... Of The Slat Ol
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found? Certainly not In unbe: : and I don't see how this oCos bj th- Owner until 8'00 V M design of the structuralsystem I will not b* reaponilbl for :
The AnswerBy lief. Voltaire was: an infidel 1 of I person could have the gall to HEWSSETIIE' I Monday April 12, 1905, .at the southern building cod debt Incurred by anyone ot.... Florida: ',
I I Office of the Stark.-r..dtord for coastal rmlon shall be UKd. than m.1t. Bradley A. No..tonItp
the most type yet do do this. Maybe It'a because I
pronounced County Cliarnbor uf Commercellaikf. Shop drawings must b. certified 4,4, You .are hereby notified thata :
in his last hours he wrote "I I of a warped mind. BAPTISTSunday I Flollda. at which tlmtuU .. to by reirlBtered. engineer suit In equity In which thelrelief '
ull bids received. will architect In of I. The Co..." Jud*;*'* Court I I. divorce, haa
place ur the stale Sought
barn"Where
been going
Charles wish I These
Harvey liuJ clippings are
Rev. never .
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.. Bradford .unlr. 8t. Ol
1L'I(UlUU: I h) publicly. opened and read aloud Florida. Shop) drawing need been filed against you byQeorg
is true happiness to be through) the U. S, mall" to employers for f in'nlBliinff. all labor not accompany bids, however Florida. H. Gle In the above
Pastor First Baptist Church found? Jesus sold, "I will see School JO a. ..aMornLg and materlultj fur Specification typical details. of structural Estate of Edward W. Cool named Court and eaua*. and
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It 60 AJihtlonii to Bradford system being used together berth Deceaaed.Th you are summoned. ordered andrequired .
I and heartshall Norman H. W11IUJacksonville. Service, 11 a. m
Lawtey Fla. you again your "County Exhibit: liuildllisa. for with certification of drawlngaby State Of Florida To All to file your writtenanswer .
rejoice, "and your Joy no Fla. Training Union. O'So: ( p. ni Bradford County fair Aaan. It a 8laterd engineer. or Persons Interested In. the E- or defame to the complaint -
man takenth from you." John Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Plans. Bradford Co. Fair AsanLilventock architect In Florida must "'.'2-- tate of said Decedent:: In said cause In the office -
Pavallon. company bid. You are hereby notified thata of the underalgneil Cleric
10:22.: Therefore! the answerIs Midweek Service Wednesday All work shall be dona In !aorwrdunue Dated thus 23rd day of :March written instrument. purporting of laid Court at Stark, Flor
We read in the Bible: ons, Jails as God reveals that simple "In Christ alone" 7 p.m.-Rev. W. L. Newmaru with I Hi* drawing and 1966 at Starke, Florida. to b* the L*.t Will and ida on or before the 80th. day
...p..clrlc..tionll.Vork. shall be In a/Pter J. Novak Manager Testament. of sold decedent baa of April 1I8S and to serve a
touched
"There Is a way which seem- the Sin of Adam, has Go .accordant.with Contract Instructions Bradford County Fair Association been admitted to probate In I copy thereof on Ilollla V.
eth right unto man but the every hemisphere of man's CHURCH OF :OD to. HleI...... and Contract aald, Court. Knight! plaintiff attorney,
Man In his folly .Let's I>o< urnenta. pertaining P. O. Box 128 : You are hereby commanded. who. addreaa la. P. O. Drawer
end thereof are the ways of existence. St. Clair St.. StarkeL. thereto which drawing. and Stark, Florida within six calendar months .'. 'Htarke.: Florida on or before
death"'' Proverbs 14:12.: The says. "If I do the beet I can H. Williams. Pastor HpnclflcutluriH.. luatl.uclloiiM.. Contract size| Zt 41NOTII'K from the dat of the flrat pub- said date. aa required by the
Bible reveals the early historyof then I will reach, Heaven I document and form of lloatlon ufhl... notice to appear law of Florida and Rule of
School be secured or examined Court. If fall ao to do. ,
somehow." Yet God who gave Sunday 10 a. m. 'untra.tII"y OF IvTi' :"'l'IOY'0uiulwrlK In said 'ourt and chow you a
man and states that God ut HIH i>fflc or tile decree pro confeaao will b* entered -
Editor Worship Services. 11 a. m : : FICTI'IIOlft' :YANK' : cause, if any you can why the
gave one command In Eden. the command in Eden and 1 e By Ilervey Sharpe, Hturkc-lirudfurd!! County Chain that action of said Court In admitting against you for the relief
that sinned Extension: and 7:30: ( p. m. Young Peoples br of I'oiunierre. IU5 N. Tempi.. !Notlc /la h..byIV.*" ahould demanded In the complaint.
spared not man Agricultural said Will to probate
And Ood said to man, "The Meeting. 7 7:30 Wednesday Ave.. Starke, Florida. the unileralan0< under tti* pro- not stand unrevoked.HEAL Thla notice shall. b* published -
dya you disobey this commandyou has also said, "Ye must be Service General Contractor may secure vlalon of Chapter ZO.S5J: Lawaof one a week for four conseoolive -
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shall die" For in Genesis born again." John 37.: Dear Gene-: Prayer Meeting,-7:30: Friday. drawing. and apeulfliatlona Florida, Arts of Clerk 1. >41,of willreglnter the Theron A. Yawn County JudgeBradford weeka In Bradford Coun
with the
from the office of the< Telegraph commencing
2:17: Ood said "But of the The Bible teaches all men Someone in Starke glories in FEEDING' TREES FIRST FrCESBVTERIANCHURCH Chamber of Commerce, for i a Circuit Court. In and for Bradford publication County Florida.Flrat March II, ty March 15, im.Wltnvaa .
tree of the knowledg of good born of the flesh must also be sending newspaper clippings Like humans, trees need a !I Urpoalt of f IU.UD per ..t. witha County, Florida upon receipt of- 1985. my hand and the
of publication
and evil thou shalt not eat born of the Spirit. John 3:16.: out. I am aware of who It b, hearty breakfast after a long limit Th*of 0..1 two! of eta.uuch per Met contractor. will this notice of proof, the fictitious mime an; 4t 4/1 Real Florida of. said thl. March Court' at tt IMS.Hlarke,

of it: for In the day that We read "For God so loved as tills person has done the winter nap.Feeding1 II. Walton Grady Minister be refunded to the bidder. upon of WAY- IOh1 RttPAlUM In underwhich bualne In The ('I...... Court Of The tCIKCL'IT COURT SEAL)
thous eatest thereof thou the world that He gave his same thins before in other trees Is simpleStart Schedule fur week starting his ....turn..f the Hell to the .* at I Rout am engaged 4 Box 9. Starke.Fla. .::1..... Jillri. {IrpMlt Uf Charles A. Darby
shalt surely die." only begotten son, that who- cases.I the Job with a crowbar April 4: Owner...'*III.agreement coimltlerutlon. hsreinafterreferred of thebhld. Florida' In And fur a....'..... Clerk of said Circuit Court
The Bible tells us man disobeyed soever belleveth in him should will live In spite of this or a length of three-quarter Sunday Sunday' School to. 11. W. Crew. Rout. I Box 9. Conalf.: In Innnrery. a/IS 41 01,11|,

not perish, but have everlasting -! Intend to over- General. Contractor may ob-
and
and death came upon person Inch pipe. 9:43: a. m. MorningWorship tain additional Note of drawing
the entire human race. Ever life.- I come all that has been said For trees with trunks lesa and Sacrament of Communion. and apoclflcatlQna, and subcontractors -

since that day. men have been Yet It is a broad coverage.Jesus and done."It's a shame all the than six: Inches in diameter 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship material, dealer

digging graves building prls- Christ became the eter- ;I good a person does is forgot- punch holes under the entire 6 p. m. and may. secure other full Interested or partial purtl sets*

canopy 12 Inches deep at 18- Monday Deacons Meet- uf drawlnica and, apcrlflcatlona. 6r TLw:1

toSTUMP'S inch Intervals and apply three Ing. 7 p. m.Tuesday handllna hy paying; costs the on printing drawing. and at

: pounds of a garden fertilizer Communicant's the rat of 13.SO per alievt coat
I in the holes. Two applications Class 3:30: p m. not returnable and b. tlupoaltln -
I the mum. lOt 15.00 per set, : r
per year are recommended. Wednesday Session for aperlflcatlona, which coot la. //J.cb
and another In the returnable the apectflca
One now Meeting. 7:30: p. m. upon,
lions In Kind condition within
fall.For Thursday choir Practice. 14 day. after bid l date.Kach .
trees larger than six 7:30: p m. : bid must ba submitted
inches In trunk diameter, ap- In strict. accordance with the
tree. Proposal .Form fully completed
five pounds per
ply which Proposal Form will b*
Headquarters For Smart For azaleas, camellias' crotons In Tfce Court Of 'I''h. fnantr shown In the Hpnclflcatlon.
hibiscus gardenias ...d.... llrnrtforil (.mumtr. Each bid must be accompan STOP IN BETWEEN NOW
4 and other ornamental Klorl.la.. In Prebat.. ." by a Certified or Caahler'. '
shrubs hedges In re: Untal; of Edward W. Check fir a Hid Bond made AND EASTER WITH YOUR
plants make four C'oo11"'rth. .. In Bradford Co. FairA.sn.
Little Ladies Who Love Dec ita d. payable
applications per year. Apply To All Creditors:. and Prninna In the amount of 19% asa PARENTS FOR AN ATTRACTIVE NEil
(laving Claim' guarantee and with an sgr.e- 4
one-half Or I>em mlAHHlnut ,
i one to one and! Said KMnl: mont that the bidder will not NEST EGGCOIN BANK IN
pounds of fertilizer to 100 you and each or you arehereby revoke., or cancel his bid or I
To Dress Up For The \... ti I square feet of planting per notified unit required, to withdraw from the competitionfor I EASTER EGG COLORS. .r
present any tlulma and rt<.- a period of thirty ((30) day.
I application in late spring. mends which you. or either. or after the opening of the bids, j i
summer winter and early you' niny have against I th. 1111- and that In the vent the contract MAKE CONSISTENT SAVINGS A HABIT 1
tat.r I.:d ward W. Cnnlberth, 1 I. awarded to the bidder .
N spring The late spring application docn....-", Into of mid. County, h.. will within ten (l9) con.cullv. ..- ,
Is due now. Water to the County Judge) of lirad- calendar day. after It I I. .
t >:; to I I the plant nutrients ford County Klorlfla, at Mi office submitted, enter Into .written /4 :AT
I plants spread In the court houae of said, contract with the Owner In aocordanc I
t' h. ''I.llllo: 1: and then water the County at Mtarkc, Klorlila. with the accepted bid I
{ i plant food materials in. within six calendar month. and give to the Owner a contract I First Federal and Loan
i. i .j7J1jPretty camellias need from the tlma of tha tint pul b. performance and payment < Savings
Azaleas and: catlon of this nolle.. Each surety bond with good and auf-'
} special acid type fertilizer so claim or demand shall. ba In flclent auretlu satisfactory toi i
o feed them the right writing and shall state the the Owner In the amount. of ASSOCIATION OF STAKKE
be sure to place or residence and post of- 100, of the accepted bid. The I
I formula or they may become Ira/ address. of tha claimant bl<1<1"r'. mid agreement 1 I. Incorporated -
fertilizer sick.Annuals and shall b* sworn to by the In the Proposal
need Ittlmant. his agent, or attorney Form The cot of the bond Your Savings Earn More!
i and perennials and any aurh olnlm' or As Can Be three applications of one to not no flied, Hhull b. void. the bl Jtllly U. ippaA. : | ciuallflcatlona. must
/ one and one-half pounds of ailmlnlHtrmtor of the Eai i I b* mtlafactory to the Owner.
Children's EasterDresses .. 6-6-8 fertilizer per year for tale of Aa afteriitor of thi Last The Owner rarv the right j !

each 100 square feet of plant- Will w r and........,In-_Twatament stn ."..-.,r.e-u.-of 1 Edward to waive. Informaltlea In any I

ings.Make one application at

planting time and two during

: the growing season. Nitrates
of soda or other sources of

nitrogen are needed in spring

t Party Shirtmaker With tFtiKKoiting t and in summer at the rate of

and Lace 0 one-half to one pound per 100

square feet of plantings.
Trim. Huff Sleeves and Killing Weeds I

Sash. Colors: White & / Controlling; weeds with

Pastel II j ti chemicals la easier than dancing -
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/ the twist because it takes
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only one turn. This Is the turn

of a spray nozzle.

Only $$3.99Children's j Chemlcla. weed control addsa FRIDAY SATURDAY -- APRIL 9-10

touch of professionalism to ,

: the task once performed by I II
; the hoe. It requires less work
/ I and little or no sweat. AUTOMOBILE

I But don't become overconfident -t

u Hats in using the chemicals. & C MOTORS

This could spell doom to I

And ..... as beautiful the undesirable ornamentals plants.as well I SUPER MARKET

Growth regulators such as .

@. 2. 4-D;; 2, 4. 5-T. and MVP. Located In Downtown Keystone Heights-On Hiway 100
Bags even in very small amounts ,

may injure susceptible plants.
: These materials are weed
1 Gay and Babies killers. But remember they FOOD AND


] Colorful Diaper and Shirt Sets o cannot weeds' and distinguish non-weeds.between I II FREE n Grand Prize

i I Do not apply 2. 4-D within i SOFT DRINKS


$1.00 to1. $$1.99 $ Up To $ -such several us feet most of sensitive garden plants plant !'
$1.99 $3.99We're
flowers and ornamentals. Cov.ft All Current Year Makes- and Models-Most t
flower and shrubs with CASH
paper or plastic before spray Less Than 100 Miles.-Extra Clean! 100

All Aglow With% Fresh Easter Choice Selection ing. Use extreme care to prevent -

Styles To Give Your Children That CIIILDUKN'S the chemical from Full Factory Warranty
reaching ornamentals through
Extra Charm Come See drifting. leaching Into the Other
Many Valuable Prizes

-Compare Shoes & Socks soil fare or during by running a heavy on shower the sur-of i Late Model d I First Class Used d

rain. I Nothing To Buy. Register Any Time From Now Until: Draw.
AND FOR EASTEU FRESH OUT OP" THE EASTER ing Time--6 P.M. Saturday. April 10.
Apply weed killers on a calm
THE( LOVELIEST BOX-LADIES Cars & TrucksOnTheSpot *"
r day' because wind-blown Register At Our Lot Or At The Following Place:
Accessories chemicals can Injure plants
DressesHats all over t the neighborhood
'-- KEYSTONE STATE RANK BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE
Even on a calm day use low -

J What A Wonderful pressure -20( to 40 -poundsper N. Watson Ilardenbergh Roy Tyre
: C square Inch and nozzles
\ "".." J IJELOTK'S DRUG STOKE HEIDI.ER'S HOLIDAY INN
Array ne" I with large openings that put /
't' \ Kill Belote
', out coarse sprays rather than CoL John BeidlerREDFEARVS

Gloves ; 'J" t. Before using any chemical- APPLIANCES
-C \ ,1\ Colors and MaIE Roger Cobianco
weed killer, Insecticide or BANK Huntley Redfearn Sr.KEYSTONE .
Hand Bags ;: terials To Please t1nR1cidebe sure to read BANNER FOOD STORE
and follow the Instructions FINANCING Al WatsonHENDERSON'S RESTAURANTMrs.

,Iii\ You .. on the chemical container. Alderman
Hosiery Peat Pots > We Will Stock\ A Few STANDARD

j Vs. i Sizes: 3 to 52 "V Buying seedlings growing Inpeat Used Cars Which Can STATION RED & WHITE GROCERY

) pots Is a popular way to Be Bought With No Bob Henderson Bill Scale

Shoes r f ;: \ '. From \ get an early burst of flowers. Down Paymentand

aNew These organic pots are Ideal Low Week

for the amateur
ly Payments
No planting skill Is required. OUR MOTTO:
Easter Shoes $$5.99 to $17.99Stump's You merely place the pot

For The Family containing flower bed. the Presto plant the In annualIs the II We Haven't Got What You


alive shock and of transplanting.growing withoutthe Want We'll Get It For You.

DEPARTMENT

TilE RIGHT POINT far Ute North Central Florida's I Only Automobile Super MarketALSO
\ STORE war yen wrath Corral In anil
wlNot year favorite ESTER:
BROOK Fountain Pea. TEL: $. LOCATION TO SERVE YOU IN GAINESVILLE AT 1203 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUErAGK

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??? ??? ?? with the exception or a family to a teachers meeting. charge of the meeting. week.: Robinson: Advisor, Mrs Ruth BETHEL BAPTIST Training; Union, 6:30: p. m. THE RIGHT POINT for the

I over six. A special price of I The first Annual Junior PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. William Mclnary spent r Shipman. ICtirRCII Evening Service 7:30: p. m. way yon write. Com In and '

MAX V ILL 'E both calendar and each one I I Spring Ball was held Friday I James Waters of Law- last week In St. Vincent' Judy Harris daughter of Sunday School 10 a. .N.Mornlrg j' Midweek Service Wednesday .elect :your favorite ESTER t I
In the family will be printedfor I night March IB. at 8 p. m. In tey and Mrs. Buford Higgln- Hospital In JarbonvlUe. She Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris 11 7 p.m.-Rev. W. L Newmans BROOK Fountain Pea. TELl:
Service m.
a rate of $2. Church the Baldwin High School botham and xrsndchlklren was able to leave the hospital. Jr Homemaker's Degree a ORAPU.
By Airs. A. C. Slade events anniversaries, etc. may Oym. Music for the occasion,I visited Sunday afternoon of last Friday and In staying at Waitresses for the oocn.Hlon!

Phone 289-4491 also be put on the calendars was furnished by The Fabulous I last week in Jacksonville with the home of her parents. Mr. were Sharon Blackburn and

AAAAAA AUU.A..uau for 25c each. Phantoms. Students ins I Mrs. Lyle Schmell and daugh and Mrs. J. C. Nolan for Sandra Caldwell
Mr. Young, school principal grades 7 through 12 were admitted ; several days.
ters.Mr.
SCIIOOLEWS' baa suggested that School to the semi-formal and Mrs. Buddy Brown. Mrs. Joseph Lucas and Mrs.
The Mamie Agnes Jones Superintendent. Ish Bryantlet ball. Free refreshments were Ing spent weekend before last Avory Slad were In Jackson w

Elementary PTA met Tuesday each school holiday as wellas served. in Folkston. Oa. with rela vllle last Thursday on a business l- !

night ol last week In the the opening and closing The FFand FIIA banquet tives. trip. .CHURCH .r
school cafetortum.: The Olrl dates be printed on the calendars. Mr. and Mrs. B. r. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Don Jeiklnsand
of the Baldwin Jr.-Sr High
Scouts were In charge of the Football games will be and daughter of Jacksonville daughter of Jacksonville NEWS
School was held Friday night .
program. The next scheduled dated on the calendars also. school spent the weekend before last and Mr. and Mis. Junior Wllkliwon ,
March 28 In the gym.
meeting will be Tuesday April A special meeting Is held meet. here with Mr and Mrs. James and children attendedthe I
20 at the school. every Monday afternoon at 3 The regular monthly Jr.-Sr. Coleman and daughters. Holiday on Ice Show Sat FIRST BAPTIST
of the Baldwin
PTA mothers are selling' clock at the school for a Ing Rev and Mrs. R. L. Tsxxart urday afternoon at the Jacksonville ClirHCII. STARKE
High School PTA was postponed
birthday calendars .as a discussion of the week's sales. March of Middleburg visited Sunday Coliseum.
ject for the elementary pro-I' To place your calendar order until 25 due to afternoon of last week with Arthur Wilkinson was expected : Sermons for Sunday. April
the F. E. A Convention being
The price of each please contact Mrs. J. O, Bellor Jacksonville last Mrs. B. F. Coleman and son to return to his homo 4: 1'.101'11111.Llvlnil Sacrifice -
held In week.
:
SOc. Each birthday [your your correspondent. Donnle. the first of this week after to Ood I Rom. 13:11.:
name printed on the correct Friday. March 10. was a Mrs. Bennie Fielding< senior Mrs. Richard Norman and spending some time as a pas. Evening The Victory of I
date of birth] Is 23c each holiday for children only due high English teacher was InDress sons of Highland spent last Went In the Veterans Hospital Faith (I Mark!_ _, 4: 3\-_! Monday with Mrs. Dorothy In Lake City. Schedule for the week' :
-- --- r Waters. Alvin Padgett son of Mr. Sunday Worship 11 a. m.

Mrs. Fred Lang was In St and Mrs. Harry PadRett, was and 7:30: p. m. Sunday School NINa i
'Vincent's Hospital In Jack home on an ll-day leave from 9:45: a, m. Training Union iJ

sonville% last Monday for minor Ft. Stuart.-.Oa. with his tam 6:15: p. in. VedneMiayFam -J

v I surgery 11,.. He! left Sunday to returnto ily Night Supper. 6:15: p. m w.

I 'I' Mrs. W O Mathls. wife, of Oeorirla Prayer Meeting 7 p. m.IIISON WHEN A FAMILY GOES SHOPPING. : "
former pastor of Maxvllle Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford .
Baptist! Church was a patient and children Mr and Mrs M \ STKFKTBUTIST : : '
recently In Duval Medical Bobby Norman and children ('III''N1f "Another Prime Time For a Checkbook] ,

,I Center, of Lawtey...Elmer Bennett anJ 900 "I'kI..d.on: SI. Convenience .
and greater safety are outstanding
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waters. children of Baldwin. Mr. and
Inviting members frlt'nds.'Ialtol"l. '
.
I of Alma. Oa. were here Mrs. Henry Caruso"<) and! features of a checking account .

i I Its Thursday and Friday of lastweek daughter and Mr. and Mrs churched\ to unsaved all services and as follows un-- 21 hours a dayl With one of our checkbooks '

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and turn attended in
. visiting pocket or purse our depositor is
\ : Sunday School 0:45: a. prr-
Roger North and family.Cheryl a horse show Sunday m,, Worship, 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : pared to make purchases without the rwA-s;
and Jeffery North afternoon at Whltehouse. in. Training Union, 6:15: that with too much
go carrying CI\ h. (Ho
returned to Oeorgla with their On the sick list this week
,I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. are DIMS lUagtnbothitm. Albert p. m Wednesday Family or sho can pay lulls, quickly and conveniently
Night and Midweek Worship! ,
Safc! Claude Waters for a weekend Smith and Wayne RIlUh. \(- 6:30: p. in Spring Revival by mail too!) .
visit. We wUh t'ach" seedy
thronuh Apr 4, services 10 a. > ,
Mr and Mrs. Hamll Stubbs recovery, m, and 7:30: p. m. A cordial! Open a chocking account here rjOWltFLORIDA
Mrs. Vlnre! Taylor nUrtcdwork
week before
were in Georgia welcome! awaits all who Mill
I last visiting relatives Monday at I.erner'nShop pome.

CASH ONLY J, C. Cunningham and son In Jacksonville. for the FVUIer L Rowan, pastor'
of Jacksonville visited here Easter holiday
last Sunday "with Claude Mrs. F. B. Coleman spent
I Oreen. Friday" In JA..kllOnvlllotIth :

,, Mr and Mrs. James Waln- Mr and Mrs. Ray Prllum and ('.\NII OF THINKS!' ,

40 COTTON AND RAYON SUITS Wright of Law try visited Sun children. Saturday guests of With deepest.. gratitude we .
Mrs. Coleman were Mr andMrs. !
day afternoon of (ant week extend this word of thanks B.ANK AT STARKEOne
I with Mr and Mrs. Joseph B. F. Coleman and for the many kind acts of _
I Lucas and family enroute to daughter! of Jacksonville sympathy! expressed by

St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. Ray Prllum thoughtful' frit-nets. These of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group

Drastically; Reduced To to see Mrs. ClaudeOreen. and children of Jacksonvillewere kindnesses have meant much
; Sunday night supper
I IDrownSn to us. The rumlly of WllllurdPius. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
I Buddy
Burnt of Mr arxt Mr*
Mr* Bob McClunc was ,

$ $ And $ I treated by a Jacksonville doe- Helen ,North. daughter of''I '- -- ---
$7-90 ,$9-00 $12.00 tor on Monday of last week. Mr, and Mrs John North.relf'bra i
Mrs. Wanda Hamilton was
tt'd her lath birthday
t able to return to hrr home I EVERYTHING FIRST QUALITY
Sunday st her home! here I ,
last week from NAS Hospital!
This Entire Selection Is Specially Priced For Clearance I In Jacksonville: where she wasa Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Psdiett.!
are the proud parent of a
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patient for several days. ,V-Jl
.
-
daughter born Monday at the
Patty PsrrUh and Eddie Ed Fraser Hospital In $\(
LARGE Kulich spent weekend ,before clenny. Maternal Mo&.C-1 M I IenU

SELECTION: last In Charleston 8. C witha are Mr. and Mrs Oscar. I

HAYNES HOSE of. classmate,, Harris. Paternal grandparent)

Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. are Mr and Mr, Harry Pad-
COTTON BLOUSES Earl Morley were visiting nla.

2 PAIR $1.00 ?, lives.!. In St. .Vincent's..Hospital( tt.ErtwsU: Wellhauaen Is a pas
Specially I'rlctx In Jacksonville: Friday of .last dent this week In the Brad '

ford County Hospital ???:*. ,fffi- o 1

Mr and Mrs.. Franklin Ills .. 4 & tr ts t

ftlnbotham<< and Mrs. Myrtle

Fault of 8t., Petemburg vUlted :
Saturday with Mr and Mrs. FRISH. NEW

SIBDE'S DIMS. I iriggtnbothant,, I (
/ Mr and Mr., O jrge John L AND IXCITINO
/ I son and sons of Jacksonville 3P"

w 5& visited Sunday with Mr and FAMOUS r y, o EasterNYLON

END-OF-THE-MONTH Mrs! DOM Ifl g1nboUi' m. MOVII, ITAk ,, Ir'

Mr and Mrs E: D lllfgtnbolham 44
and son of Milliard

pent the weekend with Mr g Dress
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and Mrs. Buford HlMlnbotham SLIPS '

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The Long Branch MaptUt" >* ftV
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Quality d Church extend an Invitation 299 Pr ,

to In this! community .
everyone communities M.,.M..t .....u.. .. I tf / I fti:4 p :
and surrounding<< .....
F .P..hyr.e.d( : wttK
Appliances r to attend their revival y I." !I.<.. ..lIt''In .b.. I."
starting Monday night April 'lit., SK. .d*. p.ft.I!. 'lully
N 6. at 7:30: EvangelUt: Perry hll." .kod.o. w..t.. a1.) I 1i 599
Priced t KnUht of Doctor Inlet will M .blot., S.i. 12 t I. 44.

r conduct services nightly

AWARDS RECEIVED: \*sf \ (..l",li.4 1 r Orhert 8.99
For QuickClearance L High School Youths awards *..,... Tfl.., S ''t .
received at the FFA and Flirt % w and 10.99
PANTIES3.o
Banquet were as follows: I'S'I' '
11 9 9y

Walton Cast sophomore. l15iUAHANrilO ( y Th.,*'. s IJ/! -e ei' f to
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L won Star Farmer Chapter a- fF 1 \ oar n.w dr.n f.hlon<.
i ward He wat cited by It K. 1 OUt FULL /; 1
sod ,it't which b**
Johns, advisor for PTA ,Chap- 1'1 .). 1 1 one !
i fag.unn t '| two >* ,'
uMul
tar, for ouUtandlng woik In 4 r whI..s4. ..!.>.. Sil.. 1 a / CO"'., yI. out 8 no
a f.brici 'In a **
rum fanning and upgrading I 10. t y ears p
.. rattle. Other award went to] rad.-doppinq. verily' of'
Portable W'etlnho .
IU'A Whirlpool I David Moaley, filar Oreenhand >
DISH WASHER U25 $.165.00 ; Mickey Hmlth Farm) I ,may r plt lit* Ian' p.*
Mechanics, David Kyan Farm I l 'tit.'* S 'to 1 II IIunior. 7 to

Sanlli.l' A* It (Clean A.M.KM:\ : Multiplex nectrlfU-atlon." Harry Fourakrr IS: misses 12 to 20 and
Dairy Fanning OwlghlBradd ".1"3"" ; ML to 241. ,

RCA Whirlpool ..
I' We linhoaPORTABLE
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and Public Speaking
WASHER3 CYCLE 185 chapter
TV 135< from Mrs Ruth Ship-

Kt'A Whirlpool man ritA Advisor; Wily $' YOUR 2MAXTUT! FASHION ACCISSORYI n e EASTEREaster

DELUXE WASHER $205.00o'i Caloric luu Boyd Homrmafclnjr Claudia degrees Hrr.key were Junior awarded Handbags ( r % MILLINERY

GAS RANGE 250; to BreiwU Wlthrow. .
Water Selection_ .T. Vicky Robinson, Judy lUrrU. ( -)0
TTurmol.1 ye. Automatic Rest Guide; Joy Bvan. Linda f DulUr, Nan. 1 2"ANO 399
RCA Whirlpool 12 PI. 2-Door
-The Work. en BlrmoiM Sandra )4t'Qoulil. 2" T
,is WUZ
Jatv Spruce
REFRIGERATORx21004 and ... ..
Th. PTA Sweetheart I UCh.ri. .hft Hkat'f. .-. rtm K* "
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ran/ R.M.i.e au1 b.
_With !he Maker_ 21"--,Re*. $6':>>.00) Betiefleld ,.9S .." lot c..oaderisl. I .... c,
4. Emory Stoke, former FFA ..d..lssl34k t

COLOR TV x52500Solid ? winner" now attending college -
All Heaters
, Drastically \ "spate on What the PTA
Work! has meant to him. I
"' .I..t-f Speaker Parent of both boy and p ,
119"IIIT/. to "a.c
Reduced (Thin' I In Westinghouse' << Top of the Line) girl in FFA' and FHA Chapter Plus 9wnfv, N' la.UI
*, along with a number of .
Duval County official were SeamlessNylons Nylon


FREE GIFTS' i Come Save at the House of Quality. rueu.FHA officers" are: President j GlovesTRUBRDAT.

Judy Key: Vk- President of Ceif. ........ ,.. ;
the program. BVty Boyd; Vies& ..... .... ilk II.
President of Public Relation. .* Mi.. a..e
Iharen OrtffU: Vice Prldnl == .....Iet... 3 Pas.225 $1 1 1a.
OF of ProeeU.) Faye Wild*; View
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Resident of ..... .. .. .
Slade Gas \J' / -'- e* R.OeI.I N .bar/y
STARKE WUIUra: ; Vice President, of ::- :;: .M ., 11." .t
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REGULAR$2.9 JOGALLON STEELGarbage PKGS..

Can .-1.99;

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Tomatoes ,5 '1. '2 ;
Peaches 4 1.REG. 1.
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REGULAR J/l. DEL MONTE LIGHT MEAT CHUNK 4t
Paste t 8HZ.c6 1.
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Corn 6 ?c '1. REGULAR $1/1. v DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE-GRAWRUIT/ \
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REGULAR 2/35 DELMONTI i
REG. 29, DEL MONTI 303
Limas 4 CanssSpinach. . '8 c .1 (

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Catsup 42e,t"1. Cocktail. 5 CcI 1. b ; 0

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REGULAR 19Dfl MONTE EARLY JUNE "
Sauce 2 6-pok.$1 1. r 303 '

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TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TKLFORAFII. STARKF. FLORIDA 991 'I THIJVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT '.tvO'lllnn.r.'!


last week at the recreation aonvllle Sunday. I i.I Brooker for a couple of weeks '

l wharf hy Mrs. Dick Thomas,I Sundny visitors ot Mr. and.t..mantt.n..nBROODER his Lake Butler. Mike celebrated 1 on this transfer, and will have THE RIGHT POINT for the II I

LAWTEYBy Dianne Thomas, and Dianne Mr*. John Crews were Ray- birthday by taking along about 12 weeks more of training write. Come In and AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
I Robin Partial! Judy Annette war you
Hardy. The gift table was mond Crews and family, Mr.\ before a new assignment.
ESTER-
I seeleet favorite 9S4-2600
and Danny Bass and Greg ytmr
and Mrs. Edgar Burle, Mrs. : Russ
I decorated with an Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Enza Blanchard arrange I Mike and Allen Leonard. BROOK!; fountain pen. TELE DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
ment of azaleas the center. Leah Nettles, Mr. and :Mrs.\ By Betty Rabon visited their daughter and GRAPH.WILLIAMS'.
Games were played with Herman Nettles and familyall Everyone enjoyed the skating family, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny

AAAAA.AAAA.AAAAAA.AAAAAA4IIONOHKll Mrs. Rhoden and Mra. Mae of Starke.Mr. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CELEBRATED trip very much. Dukes, In Gainesville Satur- DeWitt C. Jonea Registered Funeral Director

: AT SHOWKR Wells winning 'the prizes. The and Mrs. W. R. Dixon BIRTHDAYMrs. GOSPEL MEETINGThe day.Airman Starke Fla.
Brooker Church of
Mrs Jimmie Higginbotham i honoree received many lovely were Saturday overnight Ethel Bass entertaineda 2'C' and Mrs. How-I
was honored with a stork I gifts, and refreshments were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. at Christ will begin a week of I aid D. Hayes are visiting: his, RENTAL SERVICES
group of young people gospel meetings, starting Hospital Beda Wheel Chairs Crntehe
Maguey and children In Jack-, I Rabon, for cou' *
shower given Tuesday night served by the hostesses. I her home Saturday afternoonin April 4 and running through' sister. Betty a 'Ill
I
H
sonville. is :
BROWNIE SCOUTSThe pIe of weeks. Airman Hayes
celebration of her son'sbirthday.
April) 11. Speaker for themeetlni's
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters ,
Brownie I being transferred from Rome
newly organized Reed has recentlycome
will
be Bro. Mark I
Scout Troop will meet each were vialting Mr. and Mrs. here from Charleston N. Y. to a tour of duty In'Turkey ''
Raulerson of Pineapple. Ala. REPAIRS
Tom Pound and family in ,
We visited with our
afternoon Immediately ,
Tuesday
S. C. Enjoying the occasion
Jacksonville. Mrs. Pound Is Services each night during' mother Mrs. C,, M. MItchell. MACHINE\
after school at the homeof
with Reed were Greg, Allen the week will begin at 8 p. m. -[
:,". 'D)*,m AUTO! UPf INCT the leader, Mrs. Tom Casey their daughter. and Mike Leonard; Robin Sunday services will start at in Caryvllle last weekend. ENGRAVING
, UILDM HARDWARI'ANO> SUPPlit Spending this week with While there we also visited'our '
with Mrs. Eugene Starlingas i Parrlsh; Randy Kelly; Peggy 6:30.: The public Is cordially SCHOOL JEWELRY
Mr. and Mis. Ernest R.iuler- ]
family, Mr. and
sister and
assistant. This Is for
girls I and; Patsy Edwards; Scott Invited to attend each and DIAMONDSL
r son are two grandsons, Marx in Bonl- AT
Mrs. James Martin
who are severe and eight yearsof Bristol; Danny Joann, Bren. every lIervlce.IIIGIIWAY (
Raulerson, of D. BRACELETS
and
age. All eligible girls of the George da, Judy and Annette Bass fay. i
community are cordially Invited Pineapple, Ala. Their daughter and Reed. His mother served Green ACCIDENTDave of Brooker: was I hear that they had a CHARMS, ETC. City Fish and Meat MarketGrade

to Join.CHURCH Mrs. Edward Broward, delicious refreshments. Games seriously Injured in an acci- swinging time at the State I -
ACTIVITIES was a Saturday visitor. I. were played and all had a Farm dance recently, but Starke Fla.
dent Thursday night on High- .
Mrs. W. O. Rhoden of Ocala
Brenda and Janice aren't sayIng
Grace MetKiodist: Sunday time.PAJAMA .
good
18 about two miles out I
weekend with Mr. way
spent the Huh girls? "A"Fryers
11 C
School, 9:45: a.m. Worship and Mrs. H. C. Walnwrlfht; PARTY of Brooker. A trailer truck
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. MYF each! Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Miss Patsy and Miss Peggy had driven In the ditch and

Wednesday, 8 p. m. Prayer Edwards were young hostesses was across the entire road. Lb.
Elizabeth Terry were FHJ.xyrwrnipht -
Circle each Monday, 9 a. m. of Mrs. C. for a pajama party at their The Oreen car ran Into this
Firat Baptist\ : Sunday guests home' last Friday night. The
truck broadside. Mr. Green Is
In Game n".lIe
Strickland
L1E1ks. School, 9:45: a.m. Worship 11a.m. E. glrla watched' television and still on the critical list at NEW AND REPOSSESSED
where enjoyed
they a family
and 8 Training; Union .
p.m. played games before Mrs. Edwards Alachua General In Gainesville Smoked
7 p.m. Prayer Service gct-to-gether. convinced them that It
Mr. a.d, Mrs. Glen Shut v.-l but has Slightly Improv-
each Wednesday, 8 p.m. Bro- was time for bed. Enjoyingthe

.-. "N.xt/im. don't forglh therhood WMU YWA. RA, and children. Mr. and :M-a.\and party with these two were ed.PERSONALS Picnics Lb.

141 door*and wlndowtl" and GA, 1st and 2nd Thursdays Mrs Bobby Norman Bradshaw with Mr.of Max- Annette Bass, Charlene Melvin Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bass' and ,
Buddy
I 8 p.m. Sunday School attended the Horse Diane Jones Debbie Dou- children were in Jacksonvillelast
officers and teachers meeting ville, glas, Donna Gall Melvin and .
attendthe
Frolics and picnic at White- Thursday night; to Fresh ... .
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SEE; OUR36"x50 I Saturday 8 p..m.Evergreen notice Sunday. Cindy'and Kathy Overturf. fabulous Holiday on Ice
Baptist: The SKATING PARTY held annually at the Coliseum.Pvt. .
3-4" I I GoHpelalrs will sing Saturday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mrs. Patsy Leonard enter- Laverne Dyal left last I ew-<;.E. 11 Ft. Auto. Defrost Picnics Lb.

I night, Apr. 3.,, Singers from lesion and children 8u.udaywere ;! tained a group of her son's week to resume!! his!! duties UPRIGHT FREEZER -
Mr. and Mrs.
nanny
4 Light other churches in (the community friends at a skating party with the U. S. Army In Fort
and Mrs. Lois Tucker
Roll Out Refreshment will also served'take at part.the Campbell and children of Jackson- Saturday night at the rink In Rucker, Ala. He visited In Close Out Price $229.95

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G I. E.With: MiniBasketAUTOMATIC
Mrs. Betty Miner and sons
$22.80or vited. of Jacksonville Spent Sunday WASHERNew
Beef
Highland Baptist; Rev. Mar-
'with Mrs. Effle Miner.
vin Tyler, pajrtor of Cedar
I Bay Baptist Church, conducted Mrs. George Roberts was Price $300-NOW-$149.95
r.. Mr. and Mrs. Brisket
Stalling Lonny
Single Hung revival services through FLORIDATHEATRE 1063: Model
Roberts in St. Ga.
George
last week with good attend- StewRib
2 Over 2
ance. He Is the eon of the focal Sunday. Emerson: 16" Portable

pastor Rev. Clarence Tyler Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick Television $65.00New
$20.90 Homecoming was held of Tallahassee were visiting

last Sunday 'with a picnic Miss Elizabeth Terry and I -Sharp 16" Portable Stew LDJ.
lunch. Among those attending Mrs. Joyce Futch over the
jt> A W >7m SUPPLY Nn( from Lawtey ''Were Mrs. Joyce weekend. Television $88.00V.

4U I. BROWNLCC ST.PHONC Futch Mrs. O.. J. Phillips Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters OPENING TIMK: : ned
:M.\ PortablePhonograph
t4-4441 and Mrs. O. J. Anders, and and J. S. spent Sunday with MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY I '

Mrs. Heater Hicks.PERSONALS their son, Michael, who Is 1:45: P. }I.' $29.95 Liver

RIIII nrPS HARDWARF AND SUPPLY stationed at Fort Gordon, da. SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:08: Automatic Changer

301 I. CALL ST.rXONr Mr. and Mrsi. J, C. Tye and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Krant of
M4-I391 Pam were visiting Mr. and Palatka were Sunday visitorsof New- r.. F.. Filter Blower 13,000 IITU

Mrs. Fred L. Roberts In. Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Higglnbotham. Friday, Saturday-April 2, 3 AIR CONDITIONER OPEN; 7 DAYS A WEEK:

Now Open All Day :Monday:
Mr. and Mrs James Shu- DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Close-Out Price $229.95

ford of Saxe, Va., and Mra ...... Original I Price $::1:10.01)Bullington's : ) r
Luther Thorpe of Cullln, Va.
I 1\ TERWILLEGAR MOTORSBACK pent lent week visiting Mr. IT'.TMB ORBAT..T.OftOOVIBSVT.WILDBBT.MOTXCrnNQ
BOAT BLAST Ivan TO
POUND TUB SCRUM
and Mra. Charles Shuford,
Mrs. John Shuford and Dave, .'.-..'N. Appliances I WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES I
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and other relatives. THE BEACH BOYS CHUCK BERRY JAMES BROW* Allen Hardenbrook- find Smith
: Mrs. L. M. McClellan and 4 THE FUMES THE BARBARIANS MARVIN GATE \, {

I Mrs. Mack Sweat were visiting ,BERRY AND THE PACEMAKERS LESLEY GORE ... -- _n_ n_ ___ ___ n_ __ __ _
USED CARBARGAINS I Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Mc -- I "; -="'? _
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Clellan in Sylvanlu, Ga. lust JAN AND DEAN BILLY J J. KRAMER THE DAKOTAS :- "

I week. SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE MIRACLES THE SUPREUES

j l I Mrs J. A. Ogltvle) of Jacksonville THE ROLLING STONES AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY J

la 1 spending the week I
with Mr. and Mrs. Luther

Hilliard. Mrs Raymond Suber .:=-=-_ -_ -- =--"o" .__ _..Cz --.%-. -.
and Mrs. Everett Oliver were O -- -
lA'Mloo.] 0x'
Monday visitors. ; AUTO SALES &SF.RVICF.j__ ___ AUTO SALES ASKRV1CE.1IEAUTY:I.I SCHOOL Motoryvele.-Scooters!
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Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes I
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LOT of North Carolina attendedthe Barkley Motor, Inc.I Tropical Pontiac, I Learn Complete Beauty Streit's Bicycle Shop
Methodist Church Sunday = i Culture- Girls- -Women-! -Men,
E' FtFCf110N01IfSfONC.IIN .
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",I I IIII.LMAN .* SUNBEAM TRUCK OMC CF.NTERPONTIAO l>ucatl ns.\ ZundappMoSorcrcleii
Jacksonville was visiting Mr. Special Brush-Up Course -

and Mrs. Leo R. Green during Plus I VOIAOWe Central HairstylIng ..-Data & Serbs
.' Ithe week. I SpertalUe In 220: NW. Mil A... Gainesville! 8ClfW7NN BICYCIJ3

.;r; .-.. We are glad to note that' "ALLIED ARTISTS' 'SNOVFIRE'HAS SALES: ft SERVICB!: 1'32583Replicars College)) Locksmith! & Safe Work
,..hl :(-- Cf' .. Mrs. Elizabeth Redding la ut !1 Factor. Trained Mechanic 218 3. EX 1st GalneevlUe eta }v. nKrmlly Ae..

) i home after several days treatment ALL THE THRILL OF A WALT DISNEY HIT!" 110 CLEAN USED CARS Inc. 31 -4I9S 0..1".11I. :t111.111
at Bradford County 11011I -
ZM1 N. MAIN
'I Imported Car Specialist. \ CA It1'ETS:
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pital.FAIIKURLL LOUEUA PARSONS Gainesville 172-417
Mr.aC'F.nr.1ItR.iZI.FAROMJlO:: ctTl:.-
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( .\ House of Carpets
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Sunday, the homo of r i ) it 0'' JEEP : ; .:-=: t
Mr and Mra. V. U Starling 'a-. -o.lneavllle' Only Cmrpt --
FISHING CAR : Fmoally of 4 Wheel Drift t'I..lerart.Ilf'I'. I tP .
was the scene of n going a- Specialty Shop"BlIE1.OP '
l way dinner given for Quincy RAIBI.lmAmerla."It :\ 113 ,, M: \GEF ';ir :-_...: ,s..:..... ...'
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$95 --- 1954 CHEVROLET Cruce, who left Thursday for a Finest. Economy Oar :Mom.K.N: :' rf:rn.vo

VVaRon-Good; Motor the Armed Forces. Sal* and Service Expert Installation IMItN: IT'S!' TIME TO MOT

Those enjoying this. occasion COLOR I Ridgway Motor Co. AUTO SALVAGE Ml N.., \llaln-S78-S9U: Call

were Mr. and Mrs., I GalneAT'Ule' G.'I' LSILLEMayflower:

1955 FORD VICTORIA Frank Cruce and family, Mr ANAlll0 1132 S. MainGalne.vtue Paul' Auto Salvage' Inc.
$50 --- I Aan113a CHAIN SAWS ,
Won't and Mrs. Claude Rowe, Mr r... nctwr 172.8433B W. Bur Wrecked Cat At& i Call Collect 376-S224
run. I and Mrs Robert Carlton and TOP PRICES A. & J. Saw
sons of JackHonvllle, Cathern I & G Motors Co. PAINT:: & C.L.ISJLiddell
$395 --- 1960 FORD Cruce of Green Cove, and ),(rand Sun., Mon., Tues.April 4, 5, 6 AU Make 4 Mod b tl..d & Mower Co.

Pit'k-up-ne Owner. I M,,". Paul Grlffls and TADILLACOLDBMODILRBALES Par .
I """" T.l.typ." ..onte.w.II Joe Anflerwn.! :M T.Homelite Paint &
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children. Later In the evening '

$175 --- 1959 FORD FORDOR Charles Grlfna, who Is home ] iSiS AWARD WINNER I m.e Taken Selection On Oadlllaa of Used Trade Cart. rind A., Part Fw Ye.Gatnedlle Chain& SERVICE SawsSALES Glass Co.

on leave for a few days stopped KYAMZE PAINTS!
("H1311) 1 I 11'-UII Repair. ft Tart All :Make
2001 N. W. ISrh. Rt. 441
"BEST PICTURE"BeST
by, and Sgt. Marvin Cruc ; Trartor' Sales"
Gravely
I PHONIC a?"-T51S 441 N. Past Stock Yard Glass :\1Jrrw. SUdlne! On.h
$295 -- 1958:; FORD STATION : of Augusta was also here for DIRECTOR I A S.rrk.!'
Tab tmclonm: Sb.wati
: a while. "BEST SCREENPLAY" IJscolnMereuryC014USED: ton NE. Bird. Gainesville I
"lIJon. I f i Quincy was presented witha CARS Air CoINI I lion I.Ir. Heating! Phone! 372-33M I Door >Mnd
1960 FORD TUDOR red, white and blue cake "BEST MUSIC SCORE" I Author11-M Sale Si Service Jiwt Oft WaMo Rnad. CarP<< IVallpaper 8U,..
$250 I In honor of this occasion.. I COXCPETE PRODUCTS |Cral Consultation.
Bent ITp But It Runs.", "-"*'c CraneLincolnMercury RUSS'S SHEET '
I I TIlE RIGHT POINT for the r rI ROARING ENTERTAINMENT! ;;::::' INSIST THAT ALL TOUR lie OAtx7svnI.F MW Sixteenth 1721111ftI 8t

$90 --- 1962 SIMCA FORDOR I war you write. Come In and I "THE BEST COMEDY EVER MADE..AN ABSO- METAL INC. CONCRETE PROnrCT I

_led your favorite ESTER-!I LUTE TRIUMPH!1" .*..._, Foe E. VnlTenlty A_ ARE THE BJST FKr..d PLATIXOOcala:
I BROOK fountain. pen. TELE- Edwards Building

$250 --- 1958 CHEVROLET : TFI.rr.RAPH.CLOSEOUT. i II I I "BRILLIANTLY AUDIENCE STUNNED ENTERTAINING.WITH JOY."IT',.;LEAVES:1 irr"w; :::=?AM.f_ English CtalnecYllla USED; Ford CARS-372-4331 V.4.e-. Air II CmMlltlonlnc rating Supply, Inc. I I Chrome

UelAir "'ordor-Bl Motor. I 7J. S. Main-1711144GARDEN Inc.Cnwv
519 south Main Plating .
HIGHESTRATING I RbM4. Metal eAINfitynl7 ".A ,
**** ( !) DELECTABLE. Gainesville. nt.Slu I I _
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Clear The Lot Sale! SUPPLIES Ca "ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT! --vw.Moift.. DODGE DART S32O N.B.: 18th Terrace I Custom\ Buffing

PENCILS DODGE TRUCKS OAINESVILLR Johnson & Paris Inc. A\TIQtE C'LE'SISO
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TYYYYYYYTYTYYYYTTYYYTTTY TYYYTYTTTYYTYYYYY April\ 1 Rate Reduction To Save Auto Supermarket In Co-op Election. .

Opening SoonIn --- -- -- -
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy

I Clay Electric Members $$80,000 Keystone

By Mary K. Sctutetttt
A new flinn, C & C Motors Two Out Of Three

.AAA.AAA..AAAAAAAAAAAAAA..A... advertised as North: Central
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-- 'A saved Is ment of 1948
penny a penny capita credits: in Florida's first. Automobile
MATTHEWSTO Hall dedication ceremonies 1 In earned" Is. good maxim June of this. year Super )Market will have its
SPEAK AT DINNER our town on February 14. but "80,000 saved Is $80.000 Manager E. T. Martin, grand opening In Keystone
Congressman Billy Matthews FUTURE FIRST GRADERSTO earned"* Is a more impressiveone. stated "We are proud to be Heights Friday and Saturday,
will be guest! speaker .a REGISTER That Is what over 23.000 able to make this reduction.It Apr. 9-10. Incumbents Defeated

the Community Church Men Parents of children entering, members of Clay Electric will makes electricity even more The new business Is. locatedIn :
Club Dinner on Monday even first grade In September 196 save during the next! 12 attractive for lighting power the business section of I
Ing. April 19. In the Church I will bring them to school on... months because their electric heating and cooling. It will Keystone Heights fronting on
educational building. His: subject Thursday. Apr 15. any time rates will go down April 1. save our members mont'YU80.000 Highway 100. According toKen I Two out of three Incumbents were unseated! In an
will be "Old Age Assistance between the hours of 8:30: a President H. H. Surrency said ( In 19091 and will Bowman. manager, It will i upset election of directors at the annual meeting I
," and other related m. and 13 noon to reglstethem. the- board approved the raU make more. cash available for offer all current year makes I Clay: Klectrlc Cooperative. Keystone:: Heights last

congressional matter much as Registration! will be 1 In reduction at their November other things .in the communities and models as well as late Thursday.
Medicare and Social Security Mrs. Susie Oornto's room- 1984 monthly meeting: He also model first class used cars Marking the first time a .acer of the Georgia Electric
It
Dinner will begin at 8:30: P Mrs. Oornto being the firs: ; stated that In addition to this we serve. proves once and trucks. I director has ever been elected Membership Corporation

m., and admittance will be b, grade teacher. Her room Is the board at their January again that owning your own. "We have several other out from Keystone heights( Richard praise the advances made by
ticket only. No pay-at-thi next door to the new admlnls meeting voted to return pay- business Is good business" lets In North Central Florida. L. Muurhee defeated veteran REA since It was started 30

door. since the cooks want to tratlon building.To and our buying power makesIt director S. Bryan Jen years ago "Today M per cent
know Just how many to pre- enter school In Septetnber. reporter MM been elected as Inc her at 4734853. possible to get current: cars: flings of Mlddleburg\ who ha of rural homes In America
' pare for. Deadline date to a child will have to be delegate to the Southeaster All second grade children In at. most reasonable prices." served' on the board for 2e have electricity, and six mil
purchasing tickets will be six years old before Jan. 1. Area IV Conference In Atlanta the pariah (1St. William's. St. Mr. Bowman sold years almost since the Co-op lion persons are enjoying the
April 15. and the price Is ft JO 1968.\ she wished to show he Edward's, and St. Mary's] will The public Is Invited to register I started 27 years ago. The vote benefit of power supplied by
per plate. Although the public. Zf :your friends have chtl appreciation. Also since the make their first Holy Com- with no obligation for was 890 to 386, more than a REA" the speaker said.
Is Invited both men and dren of this age be sure to regular meeting day had been munion at the evening Mass the $100 cash prize which will two to one margin for Mur- William H. Chandler attorney
women-it U felt that since remind them in the event cancelled due to the REA annual on Holy: Thursday at St. Ed be given away during the rhee. for Clay Electric paid
the subject matter does not they do not read this notice. meeting; there were some ward's In Starke. Provisionswill grand opening Several other 4, Another spill was taken In tribute to the long years of
concern youngsters, they will BAKED GOODS POPULAR Important matters to be dls be made for First Communion valuable prices will also be rt} District 9, where Angus Hast-( service by A. O. I IPatl Loudon
probably not care to attend The PTA baked goods boothwas cussed. veils prayer books given away during; this gal e + Inns, hard-hitting. challenger: former Co-op manager and
so no price Is quoted for a a busy place at the Clay Floyd Oardner of Largo etc. Theee may be acquired event, as well as free food from Fort McCoy toppled Incumbent announced that the new engineering
child's plate. Electric annual meeting last who la Volunteer State Field Immediately after Catechism and soft drink. John Norka. who has building will be
Don Panrborn and Bill Reynolds Thursday Mrs. Jennings Director for the AARP. called Instructions on Saturday til..rul ,\lrtum In Lot Thiirntlny' election. fur t'luy'' Elwlrleillrrrlornt ': served on the board for two named !In Loudon's honor. He
Jr. are the ticket committee (Georgia) Murrhee. conces. last Friday and requested that morning April 3. In the parIsh y wtvvvanvvvy.nv.MELROSE .. (from" "left) (.'. N, /Nnilth.! Angus Hunting, and terms. The vote was Hastings. also announced that the main
to see them for yours Ion chairman is grateful to plans be made for a meetingof hall. Richard MiiTrhit. I' 781. Nmka 449. office building will be known
With so many retirees in all the busy bakers who kept< chapter officers and chair- Parents should remember Tho only Incumbent to keep as the currency building In
our town this seems- like a the merchandise coming till men on April 2. Mrs Bert that all Baptismal certificates his seat was veteran C N honor of the Co-op presidentand .
golden opportunity for them 7 p. m. She tells us that ahe Thristoffers has kindly opened should be In possession of the TTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTVTTTTINDIAN .Junior Women Smith of Mlcanopy who polled trustee with the longest
to find out If they are gettingthe has a cookie: sheet and two her home for the meeting Priest by one week before Holy By Mrs Grant Rothhantme 'To Install 038 vote to hold his own period of service
maximum to which they plate that have as yet been I which will be held around 4 Thursday Aaauuuuaaaaau.a.4 BEACHLake against challenger D. L. Neal In the drawing, for SO>> door
are entitled. unclaimed. If they're yours. o'clock. She will be assistec The ladles from St. ntward' New Officers with 409. price, always a highlight of
MISS APRIL FOOL" call her at 4734354. by Mrs. Jack Hsberitroh, parish made themselves DUPLICATE BRIDGE ( Santa Fe) It was the first time In Co. the annual meetings Arthur
CROWNED TONIGHT POLITICS. POLITICS Mrs William Reed, and Mrs known at the Deanery Winners at the Melrose The Keystone I Heights( Jun. op history that Incumbents In Mannerlng of Kyestone
Tonight (tThursdayl I at 10'- They are getting ready to D. O. Stewart for the social Meeting of the St. Augustine Duplicate Bridge Club for last Mrs Jack F. Miller. Sr. Jbr Woman's Club will hold sn all districts. had' faced opposition. Heights won the grand prize
clock. In the high school eafetorlum. hold elections for Student .hour. Diocesan Council of Catholic week:: Include the following, Installation of officers In the The election of two now a 33 cu. ft. deep freeze
the Senior Class of Government at St. Johns River The chapter welcomes Into Women In Jacksonville-, last Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs H 4AAAa.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.aAWell Clay Electric: conference room members out of three was Interpreted Manager J:. T. Martin announced
KII3 will hold a Womanless Junior College and two its membership Gordon Baker, Wednesday Eight: members of T. Dent first place; Mrs R folks. If I start crow; Thursday. Apr. 8, at 7:30,: o' In some quarters ala rate .
Beauty Pageant for the purpose Keystone boys have their hats Mrs Elva Scott and Mrs Net] St. Wllllsm's Altar Society P. Ooodloe and Mrs. E, OOOM InJ when I'm about halt way clock. An officer from the move toward "modernisation a reduction effective
of selecting "Miss April In the ring. Herble Nelson. Jr., Jrayson. Both Mrs. Scott and and tour of St. Edward's. Altar second place; Mrs Hound through. this column this Florida. FVdorstlon" of Wom and a fresh approach"to April 1. which will
Pool- of 1965. The bon of the Ia running for President and Mr.. Orayaon had joined Society _reIn- attendance Bryan and Mr*. H. N week you can blame It on aO tn'. Club will be present to Co-op affairs.A mean an annual savings of
Senior Class will be modeling David Schaeffer la In the race AARP last fall but had not aa well a* their pastor. Father Livingston third place; Mr, Hint good chicken I havejjad. Install the incoming elate of complete revUlon of Coop fao.OOO for the 33.000 members
formal gowns and bathing for Vice President. We trust yet enrolled In the. chapter as Thomas Kelly. Arthur Elliott: and Mrs. Ed On Thursday. w* had JH hat officers for the year 10(13-06() by-laws was given overwhlmnitty "- of Clay Electric !In 13
suits. And. as In many beauty the Student Body will see fit. paid members This brings the During the election of officers I- Loninecker, fourth place. Clay Elertrlc's annual This .lan marks. the date of ( approval) with lOll counties.
contests each contestant must to elect these two worthy con. total membership to 04 as of for the coming year, Mr' *. The Women of Trinity Episcopal meeting. It was very well attended -, l the" *birthday of the Keystone ys votes to lOfl no. One provision -
display a talent: singing', dan testants. Jan. 1, 1955. Mary Oran of St. Edward's,1 Church will. hold a rummage ) To finish off a I perfect Heights 1 Junior Club. enter: of the new bv-laws was
cing, or whatever LIONS GUEST NIGHT )i The next regular chaptermeeting was elected treasurer while sale Saturday, April 3. week the children and I at- talnment and a birthday cake the removal of all equity requirement
AdmlsUon donations will be This evening being the first' will be held April 8,. Mrs. Lena Clemens of St. Wil at the Pariah House from 9 tended a delicious barbecue will follow the Installation. before payments of MURRHEE
tl for adults: 75e for children Thursday evening of the with a covered dish luncheon hams was elected to the a. m. until 3pm. supper at the home of Mr andMrs All eligible Junior Women capital credits. to Co-op mem
up to 12 years.Remember month wlU be Lions' Guest .t 13:JO in the Community Board of Directors. The Melrose Woman's Club James flpwrkman. and are cordially Invited to attend bars The first capital credit, Insurance Agency
that' this evening Night starting at 7:30: In the Church educational building. Lenten devotions are held& will have a Hom Bake Sale daughters Quite a group of these ceremonies payment (Ito users. who wore
Hall. of all Saturday April 1O from on the line In will be General Insurance
I Masonic Persons EASTERN STAR I each Monday evening at 7:30.: 9:30: us enjoyed an evening of fun. 1848))
J. U. DORM NAMED .ges' enjoy Quest Night A business meeting of the: Remember' that th. White a. m. until sold out I'm sorry my Jack missed It, Anyone mad this month.In FIRE- CAfllTALTV? MA-
FOR FORMER KEYSTONEH games so do come out and : OK3 Chapter will be held on Elephant Shop In Melrose will SCHOOL NEWS but he was In Chattanooga, want to volunteer to a rrorgnnljiatlonal. meeting KIND., AUTO IIONI>"
The Jacksonville University brine the family. April 8. Due to not being able ell your used clothing, furnture Jean Lively was winner In Tenn. He went up on Friday claim the honor of trullt.... held after the Keystone lUlghta. 473-4784
Board of Trustees! have named BIRTH or INTEREST ''to attend March 18 meeting and household sppll the poultry barbecue In the and returned home Sunday Mrs II. T, Smith and her polls rlo..d.t 7 p. m.. H. Hflurrency .
five university dormitories: Mr. and Mr*: Edward: Bleha this reporter did not receive( a ancea on consignment. The county 4-n' Club Events Day evening He and Loon Sauls daughter- Mrs, Techla or of Grove Park was
after five Individuals closely: eelwd to call from theiraughter report of the honoring of Past hop Is In Metros, near the at the fair grounds In East carried the large tent that Jacksonville were town re-elected( f president&; litotes '
related with the history Of ,' Carol on Sunday Grand Matron' Verna Brio, post office and Is open from Patstka. Csrson Johntrf' won was used at the annual meetIng -) Mucking on their plsee.' 'They Orlf/ln of Lake City was elcol.rd 'WlltTB* .TIT*:
the Arlington Institution. afternon of this. week to say and Past Orand Patron'VIn- 1 i a. m. till ft p. m. on Fridays In "show and tell.,* .hare the back to Chattanooga expect to be spending! sometime vice president; Drew If/ ELEPHANT
The only living faculty that she and her husband cent Brice Hostesses for the and Saturdays, so bring themIn fun," and took honors In public where It comes front each tiers shortly, !Mrs\ Dukes of Worthlnsiton aeere- THRIFT SHOP --
member for whom a building! Set.. Oather Queen are- the next social: hour and refreshments then. speaking. Bill Matchett was yew Quite a week at our Smith's health Is improving Cary: and C. N. Smith Ir.... MELR00G!
'has been named Is Deem proud parents of a thirdaughter. will be Mrs GeorgiaMurrhee. WOMAN'S CI.UB NOTES cited as top 4-11 boy In the house I and she Is looking grand. urer.More I Iris what y w Bwwl for
Helen Merrill sometime called Patricia Kay. born Mrs. Auxhtry Vance: Mrs. Albert Huth.r of St. county Winners In the Dress Mrs If* U aley slid Mrs Tins week a group of old !\ than 3.300 fried chicken : ,I hat weekend |asj. ralUgotDumbing
"the mother of Jacksonville on Sunday. March: 21, InMinot and Mrs. Bertha Ward. Petersburg First Vice President Revue were Carol Chlspplnl, Clinton. Barton made a trip friend, school chum and relatives -I dinners were served to the "It I........ Hut
University a* se has been \ North Dakota, where COMMUNITY CHURCH of the Florida" Federationof Phyllis Odom Connie Morris, from Keystone gathered at the cottage crowd that gathered during Water ll..l... Wln.low. ..
with the university since Its Other Is stationed. Mother (City Helen Egan) Woman Clubs gave an Illustrated Msrla Yarbrough. and Jean I all Heights the way to the cabin of Mr. here of Mr and Mrs Nick the morning !from' all parts of Nlovra"Mr' m n., Rest Springs. Hug.
and daughter..... doing The Building Committee fan I lecture at the March Lively. Simons of Gainesville. The occasion the: ll-county area served by tie
Junior College-status days, on and Mr Nick Simons W.II|| mi tirwtgnnwni I .
Riverside Avenue nicely, for which the Blehas the new church sanctuary met program meeting of the Keystone M1TNTANO WIN afternoon They came Sunday& I was a 'get/ IAllleth"r"> In Clay Electric: Itunallnns. ...IIc'.L.
Dr. Merrill Is a former ICe,- were- very happy as well as March 14 with the Board of Heights Woman' Club The Metro Mustang de. rowan Ironing honor of T B IVmpwy from During. the morning the Open each art Sat.. .9
atone! girl, nee. Helen Lawrence the great-grandmother. Mrs' Trustees to make plans for (last Tuesday evening Her tested Taylor High of Plorson Edna to take to Tallahassee. Cave Springs, Ua. Those. here vUltor enjoyed musical ,,".. 111! 5 p.....
and was one of the Herbert A. Whitehead. the needs to be met during talk entitled "r"'om the Ganges 83-J In a dual track meet next week. when she and for an evening of gout food program and after lunch they Spnneeerd| by gt. William'' .
honored guests at the City FIRE: COLLEGEThe : the period of construction.The to the Jordan." concernedthe here Friday. daughter: Marian. leave for and "rumnuborlnc "h"n"ICuntlnlM hoard Walter Harrison( ('tiur<'hr K_v.t..n. Height.
i, Keystone Heights Volunteer projected date I U June six great religions of theworld. The Mustangs took every I! Marian. to work while the ( <1 on I....* Fifteen) man-

Firemen' win attend a I9 S. In this two month per Most of the photos she first place and swept most Legislature. U In srslon. Cun't. '
FREE U. 8. GOVERNMENTBOOK Florida" Fire College Course iod. It Is desired that used In her lecture. she had events a. Taylor managed imagine why they nerd an
ON IfEARINQ AIDS ; starting Monday night. April) that repair' and redeeor-' taken herself Special guest. only three third place.. I| Item such as this. --can you? KEYSTONE
tearing LOAM Hop ThmReft I S, and continuing each evenIng building Inside" and out b! were the boy and girls of the The win was Melrone's second off with Mr and HEIGHTS-MELROSE[
areh" I through Friday, Firemenare dAme The Easter: services contrIbution local Scout troops Hostesses In dual competition \ I stopiwd
Writ. or Call i urged to cancel 1 aU other toward the building were Mrs. Anna James and against no low**. Mrs Ernest Revels and they

GainesvilleHearing I engagements to attend this fund of 1984 was generous, Mrs. J. O. lllmble. The Vanity Track tam report they've had Robert BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Important course.I and It Is hoped that a like Anyone who stood In line to participated In the "Branford I Elam haw. for the week from
Aid Co. i I I On Friday evening the men sum may be realized for repairs get a drink at the annualmeeting Relsys' Saturday at I p. mIn ,' Memphis Tenn He not at
830 N. Sfalsi / will give a public demonslra- and current expenses on I of Clay Electric BranfordPERS0VA1.1< least seven bum. and 11"009 Oal.U"1 I I Lion of what they have learn- raster Sunday April 18 I knows that the Woman's / 'I largest one writhed shunt. seven -I ANTIgIiI'.4( : ,AUTO/ !HKKVICKTERRELL'S: : \imsKitv:
I 1 I f'd. In other year It was !held There will be two service on Club. who manned the conces. Mr Jean Chance! and Mr pounls Mr Crosby, who
In the City Park but Chief( Easter: Sunday, Those wishingto I lion was doing a land-office R. P Mollls attended a Dlo- comes each week to the The Martin's Place O.C.Carnes
KEYSTONEDriveIn Fox thinks that. In view of the give memorial flowers for biulneasl i They had as many : resin District Meeting In Kevel' fish camp, brought s 'Illway. :21 between Mtlros. Nursery
City Han and the new allow In Quincy Tuesday and Wednesday partner thin wrrk. and theywrnt Illwav IOO. rbnhnm.-93.
new this. occasion may advise Mrs.I I workers as they could an.1 l KeystoneANTIQUES Gulf Service
I home with 40) speckled .J,1\I.e\ all of StarkeNnrxry
Theatre Library will be unlikely. Helen Warren r.hurchere. so small a space and they :NIW': I'*,:.. TlftrA
The exact location of the tary phone 474-4113 In the didn't have a minute to rest Mr*. N'ttl Mann la In St I II perch and bum The Revels From $1 rut Up All Ifl.. Stuck Thouan -
Fr''.. Sat. Apr. 2..1.: demonstration will be an morninga. They are happy that they had I Vincent' Honplta< In JacktonvUle. are sorry they missed the i'*n, M. 'risiri. annVY inbricuI.st' .|UII. .rl_ ..,....ss. name of a couple:/ / and the "'::1.1. THADC Tr_ to ehooee from. Nice
pounced In this column in and
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Spring Communion Serviceswill : such agreeable Breather : T A M 7:30 .' Jot
man's father who "were out True worth. wllh". .,..... theT".t Shade Tress
next week's issue. be held at 11 a. In.on. that their wares were so pop- ..,.1.- Height 47'-4$78 Evergreen.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest daw- .
from lfelrn. OWl of these" of Tim.. tt Larxlsrap' ..M.. An Ineonlslncr
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AARP CHAPTER NEWS (Continued Nut Ouonl. :"lim _
on Page) j three got a nine pound bans! <1uy* plant anytlm -
..,. .... (By Helm. Egan) of Church Women will 1 be held Calling all girls of Keystone f.tfnNJ'': 47V24I1.UTMA.NVKS HENDERSON'SService .. Csmlllas A ...1..*.
\ N...Ftntr ? An Impromptu sandwich at 7:30, : p. m. April I. Trusteeswill Heights: Don't forget to. Let IM! do yout buiikwaptang.
;? 1uncht'Oland meeting were' also meet that evening In register this Saturday 11.1( youhaven't ,, Frigidaire Zenith Center i''.. "'.J\fIII.\ !Nlghia' ..ndI1Etl
the aeeretary's office. already I for the May Maytag = :
held at I p. m. .last Friday" .by Hlnn/tnr l Oil Pr>vluct*
Your reporter regrets that Festival. Instead. of registering nn\n "'nrKVK: & :
the Keystone Community Motorola T V Service Center : KHTATBHOME:
Seigler Heaters
Chapter. 334. AARP. M your the Youth Fellowship group at the site of the old City Johnson Outtxxirdruhlnj
did not advise her of the tee Hall. come to Scales Store. i. Ie, Tllir/ : froprtotorAlthor1 ".1... a, S.rvlre : (baba jy| '-atI -
cream social held on March where the ladies will be seated Feciciera ..<] :MutortiU I'hllco Tackles. I fun tin* .alt.. nit path' K. ni.
; 30. 'They are to be commended out front alee and H.rvr| rpult.nentK.rlaTesll.esrlrlrf.: I' -"JiM..| .purrh) _....
Titles In Our for assisting In the building The next meeting of the "-nlr.' On All MtkMTV sf)ff"_ irtrrisr)swirxkrvi: heat,, air conditioning
Lending Library
fund campaign. Woman's Club will be a business YEOMAN'S Sales & Service K4i io nrritr.o: : fnt.ri : NEW FROM HT.vlIIXIAMS meeting on April 13. at 2 I OMlfl TV Keystone lf.Ijht. 473-40<>7IIKAIJTV .H...rgruun4 a a 4 Tow.
Work OimranUm! TV flontsl .,....". ?
p. m. Special guest speaker MKI.KOHK: I'll. 11 -2371 M.y.t..n. IMM.. .. I7S-I4.1I
St William's Altar Society will be Fred' Andreas Clay : SHOP
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win sponsor a Day of Recollection County Librarian and other .. I S.E.McKay, Realtor
",... It atat. I on Tuesday. April .. guest will b! Mn. Harold "Quality and Price"I Air Conditioners Kr.TlTONIJ!
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ywflue. at the church. An ladles of I Lawrence Keystone Librarian; SUPERIORBu.Tee I
I"ny wVr.Yee. I I II I 10 f)% Above (',,,,,t ''h the parish aa ..11.. those Mrs.. Emery H. Cooper, of the
.- .. f i installation, latest Salon I Iflp.lallalnc
IiI! cesl Y from an parishes In the sw- Library Board: and Miss Em. ".......r. C'.....r...' T-V .
r rounding area are invited to i Kate Mansfield. Key.ton I WISH TO .. In 'I ESTA: i ITIUNnI
-- .. be .... 0 ,, '1m. EXPRESS MY It."I.- ml IH.r t.rnre r..a.a-. attend. They will have an opportunity Helchts School librarian. "I'rk.a" Mrb. ALL rU'H' ur nr.trTYI '
eaL 1.-1&. ..... to go to Confusion FEKMOVALM: HEARTFELT THANKSTo WHEELER'SDi.count (' 'KK Beidler's Holiday
this! starting at 1:30: ) a. m. Mass Mrs Be Cooper Mrs. LrnsClemens. Tinting f>y.tng Ht..<-hlngCiittlnsT Inn Restaurant
Q rr''Need will start at t a. m. Breakfast. Mrs. Joan Wright. Store Naturally Curly lUIr.
win be served In the ball after Mrs. Margaret !LeBlane Mrs. the members) of fLijr' Klertrie:' Cooperative <>pen C .._ 1'. 9 ...... I hay.Ana r n* Pond MorlartUlv. Pried
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PS. ._ W.Iraa. A ". .e- o-n": OATS
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w... I Betty Oodfey.. Mrs. Fran Kramer ,for the uplendld vote of confidence S Hy Appointment" Only WEEKLY
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(;n.AI7TO 81.fr'.N"r. Citrus. Ave. Rest mil IllMMn ........... _
Luncheon will be served following Mrs. Vera Boyle, and CoopK
cash to Bnanr a ear btmlnew re given to me at the annual. election List Ate '
CanIIa.I'Food.
the mornlflg Session Mrs. Miry 1C. Bchaeffer -*U HKI'AIIC: .y eC one ll.'lgM 47I433OKornllure .
off bills? Whatever
pair, or to pay piled op Thnridajr.Aa SEER
and the win end with of "St.' Winum's parish attended
day
the parpen,'you'll) find it to your ad- 1 Block' Worth of Red Light
to get what need sow.cost Benediction at 3:30.: Father the St. Augustine your new Director from DUtrict One. Goetzman Bros. A \ppflahfO'. Kr.TrroNII: IICIOHTSUSED
vantage you on a Edward Doha of Sacred Heart [)ooarwr'un.. of the Dtoeesaa I will endeavor to serve Interests. .In
your )
loan from use Fast service always! Parish In JacfcsonvQe will officiate. Council of Catholic a that will GarageREPAIR 1fW AND USED
t I Women in JseksomriOe. on manner warrant your continued WORK Furniture A- ApplbuieiuuriiT .. CARS

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Cost for reservations for the Wednesday March. 34. Mrs. confidence and aupport. MOTOR BOOT PAfNTIMOPORTAIMJ ; & BOLD
day win be tlW per lady. Clemens was elected to the : WTLDTNOAW Hanks Used Cars

FJJJ-C Keystone Height, Fit. They should be> made. by this Board of Director during the 8ISCEICEI4Y.RICHARD Lams M ewersO.1Hwy "*",, KEYSTONEHou.e and 3-T Shop
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weekend by writing Mrs business portion of the meet- of Bargains

"Your Friendly Dank In Year Friendlyk Emery: H. Cooper. Box 4J'. Ing. Mrs Clemens was also InI MURRHEE Neat-.31.. Drive-K.ykon.<< Th n.Ir1tf.e. Boy Sell Trade
*treMM S Blorko North of UgMSeal. Hlvray 100. 8 mL South
CommanMy.
the cast of an amusing. skit .
Keystone HeUbU. or by caO- I 4TSIIMM Reed II of atarke
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.YYYY. TTY..TTTT.i 't,3fy5: Claire Injured with Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Stephens -
out all right because when, in 1889 sounded like a 1963 sister. Lutz the eye-- that was I
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the Thanksgiving dinner! Pity the'' lives in\ the Ottinger : the auto accident. Reports and in Parrish with her
you shIp berries on
wrong
I Kingsley Lake airline, it's news. and that/ poor cook without modern appliances on .Lake1 Geneva. ;, favorable on improvement I''. slster-ln-law. Mrs.\ .Ruth Turn-

news got us lots of good puollclty. ', And some of the, Mr. and Mis. Wlllla Mrs. Agnes Lawrence's ill. er. bite: will also visit her nephew \ .

; Our beivles made the' Quack "Cures" in the Mr: andl'Ml'a.i Ray She Is still a patient at and wife, Mr. and Mrs. '

airs. K.: SI. Norton newspapers all over the county zlne are laughabl, l Maia-I Mr. and. Mrs George .. .: County HospItal: al. Slasbce Prince Jr. in Bartow .

and even got on the front' Mrs. Mai'ge' Tracy Mr" and'Mis' Joe Wlldt. Mrs. Mae Romelln sister Judge and Mrs. George I
I The Strawberry In WashingtonAn Phone 333-2081: V of the Congressional about two. weeks ago from: and Mrs.\ Oeorge Mrs. William Walz; who Crago of Duluth. Minn: Mr. 1
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Pittsburgh, Pa., whcre she was i Mr. and Mrs. Charlie a heart: attack last and MrsStewart! McOlnty =
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The "Berries for Congress" visiting relatives. Returning Clave, and Tommy ] ", She is expected ti and Charles. Berkleman of ,
I CHURCH NEWS promotion was a success and with ,her were her two bothI I attended) a Lions' In the week. Atlanta 'are visiting their ,
early poet, extolling the virtues And Speaking'' of the "oratorical and Sunday School 9:45: a. m. 'while sometimes th. re-nits.. era Erie Mecklam of Pittsburgh I meeting ,in Hawthorne Miss Claudia Chapman,\ Another'' and. sister, Mrs. Ruth I

(it t the luscious strawberry, wrote : promotional excellence" of Congressman : '' Morning Worship! 11:00: a. m. do not show up immediately ana, Mlllard Metklem! day night. of Mr. and Mrs..Ed Berkleman and Ruth. Also

Doubtless), God could }have made a Matthews, I some; of it made the' Training Union, 6:43: p. m. I am IIUIet will pay oil 111' of Beaver, Pa., who plan to Lt. CaLL! and Mrs. D. Chapman has been visiting their grandmother'are

uftter berry, but doubtless God never front page of the Congressional Record I Evening Worship, 8:00: p. m. the long run. return home this week. Whlldon 'and children of to membership in the 'Mlsa'MeUnda\( .' McOlnty a student
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..id"Last for Wednesday, March\ 24. Midweek Prayer Service each This has been a year to remember Mrs. Betty Myerly of Washington. Stewart, Oa. former Chapter of Gamma at Northwestern University -
week members of Congress Under the heading. "Bradford County I Wednesday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. in the strawberry In- D. C. arrived last stoners -were weekend j: Delta. the National at Evanston: HI.,* Cathy I

readers throughout the Strawberry Day," the Record reported I B. T. Peavy, Pastor. "Come duaLly, not only here. but in Thursday for a visit with her I of Lt. 'Col. Whllden'a Society for. Agriculture. and Andy :McOlnty and Phy-
nd
i newspaper the following procedure: let us Worship Together." the entire state. How flflberries sister" Mrs. Emma Newman. '. Mrs. J. O. Hunble on graduated from .the [llss Berkleman of Atlanta.Mr. .
'tation? were again reminded 1 of the un. We are having a Study harvested) who had }jut!'! not home from Geneva. 'I of Florida in Dec- and Mrs.:A. C. Hoagland
have been
'luestioned virtues of the red, ripe Mr.\ Matthews: "Mr. Speaker, todayis Course at the Church beginning by robins? How many ha.velbeen a stay in Bradford .County I Tom Gardner son of I and Is working now on \ and Mrs. Fena Werner of

-itruw berry when Queen Jane Adams, Bradford County Strawberry Day |, \ April 3 through April 9. { thrown on the ground I I,Honpltal. Mrs. Myerly was and Mi-sJ Sam Gardner. Master's Degree in Medi-1\ i Elizabeth. N. J. are spending

iccnrnpanicd by a group of local VIP's on Capitol Hill. Our lovely Strawberry | Time will be 7:13: to 9.0D: p. because of weather conditions ,, happy to note that Mis. Newman I home from FSU last i I Entomology 'I'three weeks with 'Mrs. Martha

flew to Washington and presented a Queen Miss Jane Adams, of Starke'l i, m. nightly. There will be ? How much money ha* has shown improvementin I Tom also took part in Mrs. M. I... Beasley and MacKeachle. ,

nint of Bradford County'n best known Flu., is in Washington, and I' classes for each age group. | been spent for. shells. etc.? If Just tint short time she had track m' etlwhlch was Marian. will go to I| Mrs. David PrltcJiard. and

,iirodurt' to every member of both house directed that each of my colleagues PERSONALS I, we could estimate this, I'm been here.Clarence. the University= Florida & this Saturday tol I children, of Amerlcus, Ga. are

'>s of,Congress.! receive. one pin1; of these succulent j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bradley' sure more money ha. been Rltchey returned urday.: and! was rained living accommodations visiting her parents. Mel.Oen. .
berries. Her' majesty's order will be and daughter Melanie, were lost than will be harvestedthis I to his home In Portage Pa. I er rather, halled-outl the next two months! ,' as and Mrs. R. P. Hollis.
The[ Associated Press released! a obeyed. Mr. Speaker, I propose' a toast j In Jacksonville Thursday year. last weekend after spending/ a ,' Scoutmaster Steve will be working ,_.for I Mrs. Rachael Lack .nd'sons

,ohoiij: of 1 Queen .Jane feeding a berry to the Bradford County, Fla. strawberry night visiting Mr. and Mrs. This weather has caused I a month at the home of Mr reminds| all members of Charley E. Johns during of Chattahoochee. visited Mr

Hie, .Major of a city in Scotland, : J.' M. Wan-en. While there poor. shipping quality along I i and Mrs. Joseph Dey and I,Scout Troop 105 that State Legislature. i and Mrs W. H. Allen recently.

ml (other fcu"ruble publicity was in "Let's drink this they att.ended Holiday On Ice. with other elements. If we family on Brooklyn. Lake. Mr.',la their regular meeting Mayor M. L. Beasley flew toj I Mrs.\ Charlyne Brantley is

with t the occasion. cup Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elder could come up with the I 1 Ritchey is Mis. Dey's father :from 7:30 till 9:30: in on business1 Monday'of: ) home ,after' stay in the
eeiang "To a berry made up and eon of Jacksonville were answer to this last statement Bob Morgan. Mac Hall. Herb .Community Church week.-on& of his many Bradford County ,Hospital.

Senator Spciwird L. Holland hadi "Of delectableness alone- Sunday guests of Mr. and It'would' mean a lot. 'Nelson, \ .Jr.. Bob Redearn and 'tional building.: I trips which take him r Mr. and :Mrs. Ted Jackson

i he follo\\] lug comment() tn make in his *' "A berry of its kindred clan Mrs. E. O. Elder. Three buyers! that I have I Dan Dodd were !in Sebilng at Mr. and Mi's. Paul May over the country. of iMarlnette. WII'.7 lrs. Oscar

1 news, letter rulujfvil.! tliU !week: I. j "The seeming paragon. Mrs. Lizzie Mae Bradley and I contacted have refused to II, the auto races last weekend. Troy', |Ala. were I CLUB NEWS Peterson\ of Maple Park. Ill..

March\ 1 "To whom Florida's elements Mrs. E. M. Norton and daughters come into tills area because Jim Davie, son of Mr. and guests of Mrs. Claire Lutz On March 25. the Keystone'" andMr.. and Mrs. Quentin

: Wednesday, 21, was 'j.., "And better stars have given spent Tuesday afternoon I of carrying qualities. I I l Mrs. Bill Davie, who attends daughter, Beth. Mia.\ May IIbtll Oolflng'Ladlp held a. Paulsen of Barnni ln..m. are

Bradford\ County) Strawberry Day)( on f r "A, taste: so rare that it is true In Oreen Cove Springs with)i i My' heart bleeds for a grower i(Holies school in Jacksonville, remain for a while Gross. Low Net Tourney|I I guests of Mr. and Mra. Spencer -

'apitol Jlill. To mark the occasion.f 1 "Tis less of Earth than Heaven I" I Mm. Ella Cottle. when these conditions arlJte'l I.was home for the weekend. Claire while Mr. May This'a, the following winners: j, E.: 8-wombaum,

'(>I'Y member of Congr .** rercivcd( Coupled with 'I list! year's successful I V Cecil Whitehead and daush- i and it also bleeds for the buy.I Mrs. Jim Johnson\ nee Mar ed(; home Monday 18 hole group: Low Gross: 'I Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spiresof

u box of the delicious bcrrieft/ through promotion in New York City it is I I fAIr Judy were! In Jacksonville ,er-when I hear.day after day I'lene'' Linsln. of Charleston: ,S. Charles and Marta Anthony L. Danls: Low Tallahassee and their ton

The courtesy of Bradford growers. The !safe to-say that thousands of i tOll business last Tuesday some of their results. I know 'C.. was visiting her parents i are getting ready to start <<: I'I Mrs Edmund W. Dwyer. I Chits Spires from Cape Ken
ifiiulity of the fruit, combined with persons Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chess- this Is. one year growers nor i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Llnaln, of struction of their new I I' nedy spent the weekend with
throughout the Nation are now aware, I. Jack and Mr. and I of the Palm for !several Point. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires
.the gracious loveliness of Mis\' Jane icr tmd son buyers have made a lot of Park on Nelson< 9 Hole group. : Low Oross.
of what we have known all along: Mrs. Lonnie Burnsed all of .money. But, GOd has never let 1 ,days recently while her hus.band I Lindsay and Lois ''I II Janis Batts; Low Net. Mrs. Oland Wlloon. Miss
Adams of
Strawberry .
Starke our { that North Florida strawberries grown I Monlac. Oa. were Friday and 'us down:yet, and I'm sure we :. who is a Fireman 3c in moved into their newly I I.I Ray Olson. Reda "Tiller and Mis Marlene
(Queen) who was \Vashintrten for tho principally in Bradford County are Saturday guests 'of Mr. and 'will coma out of it according .the Coast Ouard. was at\ sea! I, modelled and 'r On March 28. The Ladle Odom spent the weekend with

presentation, and :the' 'oratorical and the best pro
promotional excellence of Congresn- -but in the entire country. Camp Blandlng/ Petersburg was the overnight I, week. This is the former Rhotmin Tourney. and family Gracerille.Mr .

man Billy Matthews made, each of the To paraphrase another well known 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buff of ,u.wt of Mr. and Mrs. John Gee place (still known I a delicious covered-! Stella Chance of Tallahassee
vio,; ;) members Jacksonville spent Tuesday KEYSTONE family last Tuesday the Win- left Friday after
of .Congress pleasantly slogan they're. 'The sweetest 'straw I I I I Bird and some as ... supper afterward.
aware of the fact that luscious straw- berries this aide ot Heaven," and our afternoon with Mrs. C, 'RWhltehead. HIGHLIGHTS night Mrs. Huth had been to pJa el and is one of the rs were as follows: First >spending> a week with her son
worries and pretty girls are among our Cape Kennedy in the morning beautiful spots in I Orons. Mrs. T. J, Hawes and daughter-in-law. Rev
promotional efforts
ttnte's many assets." world know are letting the Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Peavy ''I..' totC/ the OrtsBon-Yoang Lucky people the ? I', Marty Martin; Second!' and Mrs Jean Chance.
about it. and sons visited relatives in (From Preceding Page) I blast-off and had been! the Mr. and Mrs. William j Oross. Mrs. Alex Brolcas Commodore and Mra. Milton

Ocllla and Fitzgerald Oa guest speaker at the Keystone were in town last I Ray Starnes: First. ; Low Jackson of Philadelphia. Pa.

ir'11day night and Saturday. whichwas presentedduring the I I, H..lahts Woman's Club meet- and attended the Mrs. 'E. T. Martin. and spent Monday night with MaJ.

I 1- Our Riddle Of > Reap iorimcnt ] "We were very sorry to hear tho entertainment part of I i! ing:'Ifl the evening. meeting of REA. Mrs. Lee. Muhlhofer: and Second Gen. and Mrs. R. P. 'HaULs.

port about Johnny. Scott and friend program. leftlut.Frlday Dr and Mrs. Ernest Wheeler that they come up every Net Mrs. Fremont Tolles Mr.' and Mrs. Harold JMtch-
10. JAl and Louise Nelson
...:.> Sonny Bias being in an accident of East Lansing Uch. ar- week. She keeps in touch Lindsay Walker.MELROSE. ard and daughter. Rebecca of
for vacation in I I
Sunday afternoon. We a 1 rived Monday evening for ei "what's doing" and Macon.. Oa. are guests of Mr.
The biennial session of ,the Florida Rather than insistance on mathe- with them both a very speedy Phoenix. Ariz.; They will be i I few days visit with Mr. and "whom"' as she receives I and ?\Mrs William Lsenhower.
home again in June.
Legislature opens in Tallahassee next matical exactitude, the real test' of re- recovery.. Harold Snellen son of Mr I i Mrs. John Bird. Dr Wheeleris Bradford County ; They enjoyed the wonders of

week( under a courtorder to accom- apportionment should be: how best to 'Mr.and, Mrs. W. H. AmerIeflt' Thomas Crutclifleld. head of the advisory team They are manager. of Silver Springs on Saturday.
and Mrs. .
l!.li.:-!h reapportionment) by July 1., Since provide needed services for the people; the weekend! with nIl1 !.- arrived 'home from Carson. t for Ryukyus University or Cinema Indoor. I (From Preceding. ?age)
\ 1 tires in t Fitzgerald. Oa.Mr. the Island of Okinawa. having New Port Richie where'.
(the January meeting of .the
Legislative
ARE TERMITES
how bt to .respond to the needs of I Newman College in Jefferson ;
leaders .: and Mrs. W. C. Townsend bean appointed by Michigan now make their home visited their. son ,Ernest
(Council however, ha'elJe'n the people : 'land how best to provide City, Tenn. on\ Thursday of '
Sunday to this In'
'- : 8r. had as State University wiling their holdings In .. and family and friends
emphasizing that the job should' \ responsible government' ) << within the rueHts, Mr. and Mrs. W, C. last week for spring vacation. post. Mrs.. Wheeler once work stone.! Ark. and returned DESTROYINGI
not be until aeter'all other Harold 'who attended the first I
attempted means of the and Mr. and : Library, on t :
people.In Townsend, Jr., ed in the Naha Charles King to Lake Melrose on Sat
business!' has been handled in the regular carrying out these prime 'objectives Mrs. C. I. Townsend. and Mr. trimester at FSU. .U back and on Okinawa.for the Army Special back injury In a fall last bringing Mr. and Mrs YOUR HOME? ,
the semester system
Hcs.sinn. it is generally agreed that the and Mrs. J. A. Blair,'all of I much the latter Services. They and the! and results' of tile x-rays L. Crawford .[cousinsI I' ";" $

The intention is to defer this Iroublesr.me lower house of each legislature should Jacksonville and Mr and Mis. Mm.. prefers William Reynolds. Sr. I Birds were friends 'when al' not known at t this Parkin with them. They'' FREE

problem until a special legisla- lie; apportioned according to population.But W S. Orlgffs! and children of tea i us that her ister.. MISS \used to live on Okinawa. Bernard Slocomb M. greeted' on their return, INSPECTION
1 Kingsley Lake. I C..pt. and Mrs. Bailey Tul- from the hospital but their daughter. Mrs. Luke,
'ive! soH.sfon can be convened by Governor if we are to retain any.semblance Lola Snider,-who has. been In i
Burns to deal with'reapportionment Mr. and Mrs. Maxle, Carter.Br t hot and four children of Mar- wife Miriam Is under 1 and her family' of I '
of the time''honored-' system! of checks the Bradford County'Hospital./
spent lut Thursday In Ion. Ala spent the weekend care for eye trouble. Mra. .
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during the dhort interval be.tween house should I Is much unproved and will be I
the
and
balances. '
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upper j
Jacksonville, where Mrs. Carter March 20 in Keystone Orayson U also suffering Mrs. Mack Alderman Ui I .
the end of the 8ixty-day ..regu retain dome! of its traditional represen. had x-rays made due to a i coming home a. soon as she I' Helfhta with Mrs. Talbot's I a blood clot in her eye i a few days Jn Tampa 5.19: K. CaffZinginto'spring "!'1U-3UIS; !
lar session and July 1. But the 'reapportionment tatlon, from the rural areas. recent accident. gets a bit stronger. \ I

issue will 'be 'paramountin What could bo a solution to the awkward We are glad to heRr from I Flank Nooney tells us that

the minds ,of many legislators situation in which most states Mrs. Charles dews that her.' his wife.Dot,' underwent surgery -

throughout the regular session, and now' find themselves has appeared in father D. I. Knight, has been I' last Friday moinlnn.. and
is doing well at Baptist Hospital
could affect their behavior _toward the form of legislation recently intro aUelmrgfd from Bradfoid I in Jacksonville

some of the important issues that will duced in Congress by Sen. Everett M.\ County' Hospital. 1 I Sorry to hear that Mrs.
'11'. and !Mrs. Louie Gaiter .
be brought at this session. ''
up Dirkneu of Illinois.
i: Richard Murvhee I Gloria 1 had
and daughter of MtddleburgIsient < Florida isn't alone' In wrestling with This: proposal! in the form of an Sunday with Mr. and I I to undergo additional .surgery ,
this momentous would I lllHt Friday at the Medical
problem. Cautious amendment to the Constitution. Mrs. :Made Carter, 8r
legislators in at least twenty-nine permit states with the approval) of Carlton Faulk spent last I! Center in Oa.U.&ville.Mr _

slates are now, or noon will bedeal,; their voters, to apportion one legislative weekend in JaclCJIo I1vlUe. I and Mi's. John Kargua! _
ing with the 'apportionment issue branch on a basis other than popu Mrs. Lloyd Macy and children of Dunedin former Kyatonara -
> \ have been home
which involves not only .the personal lation. Unlike other measures on thUsubject : spent Sunday afternoon guests! of-Mr. and :\1..1.. C I _

elective careers of individual' lawmak. now pending before ConCl'ess.the visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C.' Hanson on Lakevlew n'lve.l .

ers, but also the future' political control Dirksen amendment provides for : Dugger/ In Jacksonville While The Kaige.t arrived on Wednesday -
of slate legislative bodies. referendum and in there. they visited with sn l I
a popular no way aunt. Mrs. Rose Kirby of I| of last week, and lift

With few exceptions, legislators attempts to infringe on the right of Scottaboro, Ala. 1 t I Saturday morning. .during I''

from sparsely populated rural areas court review. ,.. _' .Mr and Mrs. Robert ,.. which time they enjoyed seeing -"V V
/substantially outnumber those from The amendment, of course would Chester and children' spent' all of their-old 111 1ds. V !

cities and surburban areas. In Vermont be at variance with the thinking of Saturday night and: Sunday In Major. Owen Baker sa8'lll. / ..-

for instance the !tiny town of Chief Justice Earl Warren who Bald, St. Oeorgp Oa. with relatives.E. wife Louise will be permitted ,
to come home'' from the. Naval
Stratton, with a population of thirty- in .rendering! the one-mnn one-vote O. Elder surprised Ms Hospital in Jacksonville this ,

fight and' Burlington the state's Iargeat opinion, that ". legislators"' represent family by coming home unexpectedly -* Sunday She will have to take

city with '85,031: inhabitants each people, not trees or acres. Legislatorsare !' for the weekend It easy for. a few weeksbut ./

have one neat in the House of Representatives. elected by voters not by farms, from Quantanamo. Cub. ,: then will be allowed to .resume "'
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L. Combs
Mr. and Mrs. M :
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or cities or economic interests. I her normal nctlvlMes. V V V
had as guests Saturday Laurence .s--:
Now the In voicing this opinion. however | Mrs. Ella Andre a former
"old order" will have to ,and Oeorge Combs of.
change in accordance with the Supreme Justice 'Wan-en/ seemed variance Jacksonville.We KejrMoner! lias returned' to her I 'V V 'V.
I home in Charlotte, N. C. after
with wise Fathers who
Founding '
our ,
Court's
"one-man. one-vote" decision are sorry to hear that I '
visiting for two weeks with
of June 1961. What the ruling boils in the ,ery beginning recognized that Mrs. Herbert Sellers'' sitter.
I her' old Mend and former ,
the "one limn one vote" principle does Ynea Marsh han been I
down to i in that every member of the Mrs neighbor Mrs. Nellie Oraymn.'
not cover all needs and contingencies, very 111 In St. Vincent's Hos
Legislature must represent: !substantially : on Brooklyn Bay Circle.: Mrs ,
the same number.''of people so 'of our Nation. In recognizing this pital. | Andrea .daughter and son-in- V--
The E. M.( Norton family
that each individual's right to vote for .shortcoming, they expressly providedfor law. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton

legislators will have the :''same-weight. a Senate in which the two senators had as Monday rvenlnnpuests. \ j I Hancock, drove down from ,
Mr. and Mis. Oroner. I,
from Alaska have-equal power withthotwo to
The Court did indicate, however L, Norton of Jacksonville.
from New York State. They \with them. I

that there is no requirement'for, mathematical were wise enough to recognize that M...... Mary Kimball of :Mar. -4.W".,__ .'., s c-J
exactitudo-in( carrying out reapportionment there are other considerations .besides Bradford Farming retville. N. Y. Is wintering >t _- 4S-g......" _.... .;. J .

provided there I fi no numbers people to be represented.In ASI with Mr. and Mrs. E. T Mar- V Gorvair by Chevrolet!
tin and children Lake Key.
substantial: violation of the population solving the problems of I
reappor.tionment ,
stone. Mrs. Kimball la :MrsMartin's \
standard.( Some observers"are"hopeful it would be well, for our I !! ; .The .".
TjV 1 mother. st..rlnScrisp..r. th. [out on the road: doesn't register on the
: i that within this language' 'there legislators to ask themselves if what '
I Mrs Helen Lawrence attend rid* flatter th. stylo's .cF.l'.da.. It registers on you.
is room for at least one house in the has worked HO welt for the nation as a staff meeting of the .van th. grass looks m shad You feel!! it in the steering-crisp (0

legislature!' to give some attention to A whole would not also do the same I Ifor' Clay Count Library Association 'nnd prcci.sp! -as double back
Sfroener from behind tho )you on a
Monday. Subjects for discussion whool of this /MMT Corvf/r : "
J stability of the new fully independentsuspension. \ 1-
National Library
were For all its finely calibrated Instfn- In the of the _
response rearengine
Week which wUl be April J3-
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V V IT May 1, and the Summer mentation-tachometer. manifold (up to ISO) hp available now in r.n elf

P144 THE D RAD FORD',COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1 Reading Program for,children.' pressure gauge, even an electric clock Corsa'a Turbo-Charged version).
if with a sweep second\ hand for rally Drop down to dealer's
Phil Cronkhit Speaking! of the Library your now-
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ESTABLISHED 1B79m. :'hufTi the most important thing that while the HIGH T1METO TRADE
V you haven't' b."en in lately be : trading's extra good-and

U. MArTHIWB.. !COITO: ANO PU.LI MH. It h3 been asked not only,i sure to do so. because. there li happens when. you get a Conrair Corsa see for yourself. wwi cncvmuT KJUJTSZjng V
by' business men. but also by \ always omethlnjr interesting! 1

c $ 4 ( FLORIDA. .. ot.D*.r w nicer N.W.PAM. PU.LIMIO CON some grower "What goodIs '' for everyone ReIgn' always into spring a new Chevrolet, ChoveJIeCor.vafrChevyjropCoryetfd
promotion T" Well, promo. has some sort of attractive: .
1:1oI: T1NUOUmt-T* UNBKKTMCSAUI MASTHEAD ttou ts' advertising and i dverttiinfiT display! and ahe!' Is more than i* 4IGATEWAY'

PUBLIVHIO EACH THU .OAV AND CNTIRCO As BCCOND CIA** MATTC AT TsS V tells the world where I happy to help you, find any

POSTOPSCE" AT'STANKL: PX UNOIM ACT Or MARCH S. IS7 you are and what you have to) book you may want I On Saturday
otter. At the time it happened afternoon we had a '

tN THE ; R.D AREA OMB TEAR $3.50 .' . MIX MONTHS t2.00 last w 'rk. it seemed ilka .a j pleasant hour or no at the Library CHEVROLET :Inc.

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA: ONJi YHUJt ti.OO -' .' UX MONTHS $2.20 calamity when our Bradford looking at a cook-book

County strawberries going to 'of 1889 vintage.and an 119&m..n. {T. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE. FLA. .
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t I' R i 'I, I PRIZit SfLIP i 1 P111$11 aLIP /
were: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie a .r r t' 4 t 1 I i ir
William of Waldo: Mr.'; and I i I'' 3 1 1 1
Mrs. Bucl X* McMichen of : i..t- I 1 f I I $500 I $10

Oalnesvllle; Mr and Mr Lea 'GAME ;
GAME
Bcaaley. of Keystone Heights.MM. I
Betty Lundy of Tampa: 0-4 Ulg
Virgil A. McMlchon. Oalnesvllle. -

Mrs Gertrude King of I) '

Lake TUtls Geneva of Hawthorne Mrs. and.Virginia of I :

course. Nick and' Vira-inla'i : 3.,; ., i / f ACxSONVIILE.STAAIE, 1 1 JACKSONVILLE STAAkE. 1
The Simons 1
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Y i L y 1 I GREEN COVl flANANDINA 1 PEEN COVQ,fEAi'lANDINA' IT
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house "on the point! at the ( aSirADGUSTMIEONLy ; aiTAUGL6TINE0NLY.
pass between Bty and Little
Santa ft Lake for many .
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year neighbors.. They once become or twice our a \, --- ?PRICES GOOO.APRIU.Ut:" THRU THE::_WEE CEH' D.. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED '

year We are hoping it will be ... .I .
Martin In April) for this year. .
Mr and air;. Paul Strand- LEAN TENDER SHANK CUT BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN BEEP CLUB OR BONELESS SHOULDER ORSIILONSTEAK


berg were: visit and home Paul's son over) of folks.,the Jacksonville weekendto Mr. and : SMOKWHAMS :: RIB STEAK ::: T- BONE SI.IEAK :: :


Mi"s. Charlie Strandberf-. .. s t .
Gent say thai I blame Paul
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and his family for getting away 1 l O. .
from the hustle and bustle .
of that town for- a nice t BLUE .I BLUE .

quiet weekend In the woods.It ':@. RIBBON ----r I RIBBON C .
was perfect time to be on IIICS

the Master lake.Rick too. Wheeler' is having .: LB_ '. I .
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his mall-'addressed dif p, LB III LB LB

ft"l'entl'now.. He exchanged : .. .-. =" 1 ...... ... .
his "Uuter"Jh&Ddlr.lor a III
"Mister" one on March\ 29. I .

This wu'the tay"he: became Ii I Smoked Slit} I :
19 y.n old. Ire and Ava Orif- BEEF CUBESTEAK TOP ROUND
fin.and .Jrtt .'Mfler in '
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after. school for lea cream and BUTT CUT OR WHOLE 'BACON 'Lb !33< : 4 : .
cake. I :. :: .98 STEAK ,LD 98 .'

Mrs Jewel Row of Jacksonville SMOKED HAMS . 49'h ,1 iI ........... :
and.her cousin,. Elgin!: .. .
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Lang'.,of cottage Maxwell this 1II..,ret.elt. They Mrs.Roi h a..ars.----e.r..r--.. Lean Meaty ........ 1.1iPLATESTEW \ d. I : lJI.siiE !

came! down 4a Thubda'andrr'turned :/

home Monday.:. 1 1 Merchants ;
I hare'a young neighbor' 19C : '
who baa -worked! like a '"Tro --' YELLOW CLING Hal,.. .r Sllc..
jan" thhweek.. .You could cJ EEPI3IANIP *
never !guess what for ..togvtnU I..1- FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS 1I / :
In' the ." PEACHESCANS
name paper! He \
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ha talked to .me about putting GREEN STAMPS ,
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in here the fact that he WITH THIS PURCHASI Of .:SAVE 5.6.JI I HALOHAIR5PRAY : .

hu caught an 11 pound and ANY BONELESS ROUND. RUMP v...... :.., I
two ounce! ban*. I had to tell FOODFAIR $ a-
ham I couldn't! bccau he did SIRLOIN TIP OR TENDER EYE SHORT RIBS JkJ 33c : ...J'f'"
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that feat! last summer. I aald : BEEF ROAST : ,. .i i tdIli 4 1
I guess! he! would Jun' hare to Ii .
do It once again so I could: p ,IN AoonON tHf STAMPS YOU iicnvi WITH rout ru cwT *$[, ( ,. 1 1e ro 2901 .

put it in. Well he worked! allweekend I p.nrrrn.raDwn., -6S .arrrll.U FIRST CUT RIB r : CAN : -,- .
and finally came] C
63SAVE
over to leun Jan iw he ,had: PORK CHOPS': . ;t: ...3" '.I t4i CAMS LI88TM ,. .
some! news about himself:that I!I 4uJe m2.4.e4 STREAK 'O LEAN Rtfi. *.
"A" MEATY Si1'I
QUICK FROZEN GRADE IOU GARDEN SWEET PEAS. .
I could put In the.paper. Said I .
he caught one,jack fun on al,I 1; BONUS BUYS! WHITE BACON., TURKEY DRUMSTICKS. '29' U.. CANl LIMV'l CR. STYLI. WH. KIRNtL .
shiner and it ".* about tthlsl I $1.001 DEODORANT
EACH A 7t< VALUCI LADY PAIR tUTTCRMILK OR SWCCTMILK GOLDEN CORN..619
long I He also got one big .,
bluegill bream On a ""ad tofbread' BISCUITS. 6-..49' BAN Roll-On : .. _
,. 41 . . a :: 1/ Mill LIav'S .
and rl'.ot.M; bream TIDY RACK tB3t 6i'l
) SLICED BEETS I Iee
that were'so small be bad to 41 ARMOUR STARSKINLESS I. . _

throw them back.: Bo hear ye.fishermen it QUART FRANKS.-::. .-1I9'I _C"NS Lilly'sTOMATO

this. is the,Ilshuig S "DISH PAN .------------..- .....'- JUICE. .41'1 I
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calender Sat .th* week: by my pULh OllnnD .

neighbor.elght-jrear-ott Water GlennOtt friend and?- ] QUART FOOD STORAGE] I 1,: PAN READY 'WHITING. 15' : r 2 $1 : !$.. cot.s., LIIBY7CORNED ... .

q BEEF HASH. 31 'IUiF
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fin. CONTAINER I-- FORSAVE .
Mrs D W Carpenter called : rmtm ..,..", .: i GICtMOILLhIANDCHOPPIDIORMID.FR01lN" .

to let me know that she and 'tMr. I 'EACH ONLY ': MERCHANTS...GREEN.STAMP 3e ]I : BREADED VEAL OR

Carpenter\ had as trjelr I'I .JCMCMOIIL ft.......v.., 9i guest for a week Mr. and 'I i CHUCK WaGON I: CHUCKWAGON 69. FF DELUXE FROZEN 10. PKCS
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,. HAIR CREAA'21'
Mrs C V fihaurer of Alder- :44 seip STIAKS.
W. .. .. -, ...---- : BEEF STEAKS.- PEAS CUT CORN 61 $1
son Va and-*!/ Charles .------- --.-- "7-6S -:----.,. I or . .
Walker of JacksonvUte. The .I 23 FRIC STAMPS WITH COUPONs
Carpenters, enjoyed visit ( 1 esr
a bo from their daughter and .I 1
wn-ln-lAw.)If.find Mrs. David II .
Rekl and son oC JacJiMmvllle .I
AA S .
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I was by tor a chat: with Mr, .
and Ain" di o1-ge Ellin on I .
Monday. They were workingin 1 .
the yard worn I iota tlxre. .I
l la
and laidthey had been 'In- ,. 1 .
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radMt" by' eompany. Their a .
daughter. .>t1.1.\ l.." Qutnn .I
and IOn_ah.Iu17..of Rln m. S .
Oa have been down. It seems .
that Johnny came to check 1 0 .
Grandmother Eltsi's tackle 1 .I
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box for supplies: they might ., .
need chit summ r. He *p txU .
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a good deal of tJnrv' on the .I *
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!lake with his grandparents,I .
for they love to fUh-together& S 41 I .
They got-a .nic* atrlitg of .
.hell-cracker: which! were, the .
first I had heard of this'sea-f .. .
8 .Judy! .
Maine the I3la .
ters. came down from Y .

ham Nunn Training SchoolIn I .
I JiU FF DILUI .
Savaahih.: O*. Mr 1:2111I': 1IM .
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O".III4.MALAII.CRAPEtCLT; 0tI 1
nephew RaTiarUrTvontT of SPfCIAL! BRICCS1STRATTOM NEW E CROP YELLOW\ CLOSE
Jackonrl3 was down for a,, ST'BERRY rRESE VES..4111I 41 ;; : FRESH FANCY fASPARA6AS. \ ** TEXAS
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visit on Thursday and thtrgrandson. : c
,sad Bt2y 0ns) of 1M FT. ROLLS NIW.4" 41\> .. !. :
Tamp rounded out tLa week.feedleM .
!' to any they enjoyedtheir I WAX. PAPER . .. .2135' ONIONSPOUNDS :

"Invasion1 of having i 'Jt M'CAMS PALMCTTO, .. PUSH CRISP PASCAL

dren their home children with and th*grandrhU-m. : I S GRAPE DRINK..5I3I, .: c:3988. CELERY10c : .
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And. finally we' have bad a I'

letter from: I our beloved neighbor CUARANTICD FRESH OAtLTI .
Mrs" I4a-Wnlthad. 8M 3
WRAPPEDCARROTS
: e CRISP CELLO
U at Ul In Atlanta. Cla with [ :
her slater, Mrs. Whitehead :LadijFairS a, .' .9 c :;
... Is rail / t
had !hoped to eat horn 'tov thefirst va .,... .......... T :
of April out her Alters a i
health 1a..IIWh.1bAt.:1e: : must VALUCI KID 1. .. a I A All Kind. OfCANDIES. :

stay on with her I am sure : SPANISH BAR CAKE. -. .29I + 'FOR ... ,r .
M.-I Whlvheads 111* woukl : ,f"'o- .
look a 1QU* roiler right now "Mrili ** .: /'-
(I NEW' t COUNTRY MUIM 7lM : .
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fASTER
U she cou:d hear from..note tit .
of ni tf any' of you are iatere \ WHITE BREAD. .. .2::25 .
ted in her w dress. )on can -


glad me and to ptaUjr gtv I sha3 it:sa.to.b*+d you.She.more tat Is than so.Lifeline |, It=f.i-I..14 J:: E1D1 I._-----------_-__..._.=:-.p.--;:1 -- -E' y I!i 'f{i-II -..-_:lii i iI I/: it 311ZJi:: :.------------Eft1-.......a..r.:J.I J.:1 f 1 MM.M.M (I. .


bon .> ic1c. Wont. a)801'101: ..r-- I I I" /wte wavwa ____ .II' -- ..y....' '- II /was. tRtRa -- --- I s : vmtm .*'''A : : /N.a ..I..A : :' fmtm RKTNA :

WT1.tttaig.!. here some So of sp you att can j rt let of (III .. MBa CREIN STAMPS- : : MllOUJITS GIlU STAMPS : : IUItCIWfTS GREEN STAMPS'was I' i i IUICIWITS. GREIN, STAMPS.r. : : MIRCHAHT3' GREEN.. STAMPS---. : : MIRCHAXTS w,1M GREEK'--STAMPS--... : : PAIRC2Wm-....OR1IN--STAMPS--- :e
-r.-r rrr- a' I -r..r..r.w.CAM. -- ./ -assaytI .--raw. r : --.v- i czrI: :) ... i S DID 1 LI Del.". l.#'....
>* .hear from you too-U3 .I LADY SAMSWEET r.f RESIT I I .. .... .: :. L. PIGS -a UICK : : III.cr.s.n IOCCU.1 jS j I ctz: ::!:] IM. CAM JAR r AtY Off 1 SHo. M.hw.SHo,r
lint we.t- I : a, .U l aoNNITMARGARINE sTOOTH PASTE I : : CZXD OVEN CLEANER : U
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POTATO PIE I riv S.-. ,LUSH ; PEANUTS M.Y..TRt:1U1DAT. S-ta.rw47.-
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The STARKE SHRINE CLUB





Invites You To An

MUSIC FUN .



ENTERTAINMENT' '" .' OYSTERIDINNER! .FOR R ALL




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Saturday, April 10 Bradford High School Auditorium




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Compliments ofCommunity 4/. Starke Builder's Supply Congratulations toStarke Hurst "66" Service Station

State Bank Shrine Club .
Goodman's Service Station For The Fine .r t Parts Service Co. of Starke
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Southern Discount Co.J. k 630 N. Temple Avenue
Jerome Johns Work They Are Doing

R. KellyTax Clay ElectricA. Doyle the CleanerDoyle'

: Collector Bradford County Hospital
Medical Staff J. Thomas, RealtorTel. Farm Supply
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Canova PharmacyCity .
961-5701
Lacy Conway's Amoco Thomas C. Chastain
J. D. Odom Jr.
Barber Shop
Bros. Yard
Hardy Salvage
Station & Bus Station
Gem JewelryStump's Gays Home Appliance PeeWee CrewsBuck's
Newsom's Paint,& Body Shop -
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Dept. Store'Mitchell's '\ Mary Carter Paints Gro. 301
C. M. Terrell
Drug Store Western Auto Hammond' GarageNorth
''I Keystone Restaurant Associate Store. 312 Call St. :301
Leila's Dress & Gifts
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: Candy's Gulf Station Charles A. Darby Guy Andrews
Dennis H. Realtor
Smith .
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Henderson's Service Center Theron A. Yawn
Starke Hardware County Judge Bradford County Roy W. Tyre
1:''#!< E. Johns
I'Charley Badcock Furniture & ApplianceM. Brooklyn Supply House
Dahmer's Insurance for Assurance .
N. Yaun
131 S. Walnut St. Phone 964.0121 : MRT. Triest Construction Co.
Bullington Studio & Gift Shop _Starke. Fla. Independent Life & AccidentIns.

S. E. McKay "'. Agents. Starke Fla. Keystone Millwork Inc.
Alvarez Store
\ Realtor & Appraiser Noegel's Auto Sales Murrhee Insurance Agency
Menand! Rova Wear. Eat., 1894
Compliments ofKeystone New. Used Cam & Trucks General Insurance '
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Colonial Florist Barber Shop P. O. Box 665,Phone 473-478
Florida Bank At Starke .
--- -' Keystone Height"*. Fla. 32656
Ruby Johns Beauty ShopArt Jennings Murrhee Member Florida National '-' '*
"""'"" Bradford Engineering Co.
and Eloise Loudon Group of Ranks
George E. LaRue Member F. D. I. C. Ready Mix:-Concrete Block
Jo-Lu Motel
} Insurance Tom's Shell Station Lawson's Meat's & GroceriesFor
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So. 301
Highway ___ _
Ducky's Department Store 435: E. Madison! Economy & Satisfaction
Edwards Gro. & Meat
C & C Motors Slade Gas of Starke Strout RealtyOdom'
C. & H. Fruit and ProduceFaulkner'a 332: W. Madison St.

Beidler's Holiday Restaurant Sleepy Hollow Motel Phone.961-0061 Market/;
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Sinclair Service
Keystone Heights. Fla. Hwy. 21
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1T.S.!; 301 N.

Cities ServiceJ. King's Service Station The Bradford Motel Bradford Furniture Co.

C. Gardner Melrose! Fla. U. S. 301 N. City Limits Southern Marine & TV .

Brown's Standard OilHouston' Odom's Hardware J. E. Hardy Auto Sales Jack's Doughnut Shop
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_Melrose.! FIt.Belote' : 1320: N. Temple Ave. 649 N. Temple Ave.
Gulf Station .
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Drugs A. R. Johnson & Son Jack's Truck Stop

Starke "66" Service Chief of Police Bill Rosser Feed-Seed-Fertilizer l i l i IT.S. 301: South. Starke
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Grocery & Market
Register Starke.Oil Fla.Co. Sheriff P. D. Reddish 4D.: Ep. Urownlee St. Compliments Terwillegar of Ford

Hills Garage Wrecker Service
Peyton Florist _Williams Jewelry Eagle's Inc.

Barksdale's Dept. StoreK. Keystone Golf & Country ClubA !Starke=; '" Fashion Leader
Fla. Pest Control & Chem. Co.Koch's .
-- ... .- Friend Gilbert R. Goldwire
G. Duncan Standard Oil
Drug Store
-- Glamo-Ree Hair Stylist Denmark Furniture Co.
{Liraaiord Wells Electric Service
barter anop Oat: W. Call St.. Starke. Fla.
& ContractorSinclair Van H. Priest Store

A'& A Supply; .L ._:.._-. Ref. Co. Carl Harton
l'1re tone Leaser: City Fish & Meat Market Local Contractor
_W. I.. Thomas
t Andrews_Drugs Temple MotelH. Walter M. Muhlhofer First Federal Savings & Loan
Keystone Jeweler A GiftsKeystone Association! of Starke
Credit Bureau of Starke C. Kelly Grocery heights Fla.
Lawtey, Fla. North Florida Lumber Co.
Compliments ofttoden'a ._ Compliments ofKeystone .... r)>. I.. Thomas & i.. II. Outlaw
Sunshine Center Paul Smith Standard Station State Bank
Lawtey, Fla. Keystone Heights, Fla. Circuit Judge George L. PattenL.
Neil L. Tucker Member F. I). I. C.
Underwood Motel and Rest. B. (Red) Alvarez
John A. Torode Clay County Shrine Club Standard Service Station
Harold C. Wall, Inc. Busier Aiken. President
Shuford Standard Oil General Insurance Compliments ofIndependent
421 W. Madison St. Phone 964-4801. Conner Insurance AgencyFor Telephone
United Farm Agency; Starke Florida Your Insurance Needs
Eddie and Viola Allen 222 N.Temple Ave. Ph. 964-4301 Corp. of Fla.
_Starke Motor Court Slarke. Florida :Mayor of Slarke
Dowling Produce Market
Town Finance Co. .'.( Merrill Edwards Randal Chitty
Prescott's Shell ServiceE. _Starke. Fla. City Clerk
James L. Andrews
W. Hayes-Real Estate Green's Fuel Gas Service Carp'sWhere
Everyone Saves Dodd's Auto Sales & Service
Wager Auto Sales _Rhoden Gas Starke. Fla. Rambler Cars & International

Simpson's Bike & Hobby Shop Draw-Tite Co. The Garden Restaurant Cooperative, Inc.

_Starke Fla. 32091 800 Temple Ave. Kevtone Height Fla.
Starke Motor Parts tark.... Fla.
C. H. Nasworthy Furniture Bradford Septic Tank
!r D. & W. Auto Supply Inc. & Philco Appliances B & G Truck Stop An4 hauling Co.




_I '_ _The Officers Of Starke Shrine Club Would Like To Thank All You Fine People For Your Wonderful Cooperation. }




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