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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: March 26, 1964
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03627
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Rallies On
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On New
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Four jMilitii-wl' raUie\ *. inatciul of the\ traditional

tight, will he hold in Itradfonl, County\ before lhi

1 Democrat> / primary on :May\( ;>.
Ilur11'iltg to Iwjnn e'rn9tiii.'tlntl> .
on a new huildinJl
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The rally; datf. were .i-t by
the !I'llI'm.lukf'1. : to hoti4i thtiitj'1'u "riiTi'ittion '''''''Ilrum I iho Starka (City
.turaxtroril County IVmo- Cafe I
'retie Committee, In Vpril 17 I ll.iniplon. *, hw'. ; Argument (CouiuMl flirt Io..i..n.III. -ti)>" -ial l .<"<<.*ion Moiul .A meeting hoii.oApril and, Hoi-opti'd! a low bid of ItO.:1!): from" Armco [Inc, of
hot courthouse.. Tuesday' afternoon .,Illfk.tollX llll'. .
:a I Law"' try. shipl'ln* Proves ___ ___
and (the. number war rut Fatal The .iu'v. bulUltht' U to bI'irrtrrt .
plultorm.April, < vn"lm..t.-ly ail ... ..k.. :Mrs.
from eight to four after candidate I ::11t'IItkt'. (pls.' .. .r I tube I i>n I l.ie. Pratt :,4tr., .',-t Dorothy n'pi<()II. RecreationIkiard
.* were polled and indicated wnnonnced.All .I'lu.VKiniiiid .unit walk it lo b<-- member., saM, the orlal1 .
Bradford Berries a preference for thus cut- I' rallien will! be nn Fr 'l4rvlKhts > To Local NegroA Ulti Mitltlit the next few week". 1 llrtl. I7.1OO Tlgurr. pi-oposej

re..;, d ; back I with I the exception .itf. in hop-! of hiivliK. it ready. for the. bIll Ml nu n'preos"nt rt
r f. .1 2111I ,,,. ,
The following M-h1ule" wa* .i argument resulted. in nrtlvltlrn\ The council
to ,itvolil. connect mi-el 110.11113 1 ) in for a completed facility
Given Seiicl-Off! : approved by tho committee' : with the. Nt'lwh.t.lll..n. the fmiil shooting uP a HtarkiNiern IIIK with "member. of, 'the |{erifHtlun -

April 10 I Itrooher.i slate conleiit at the. llrmlfiird' Cnunl : ; ,in/in Rduitnl: AldrlitileIttle llo.tnl aureetl. to puy
Mun.l*v afternoon, in tolit, n.llI"1 iliiwit on the proler'
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---I(1'\ 111' Mttle'n. I'lur' in HenrtOrpntv wllli trans' 'for the, jaUnre, tn! Police Arrest \ <
('prruling "slarLe. liuvlni-MMiu'ii.. and llmJforil grown* (I', Ptimp< !Rn speeches at each Hherlff A K: Mrmvn tie woiknl nut 'late, ..

riithered. itt the Stale. Ki"rmer. Mnrlirl. .MoliiUy' to te. ;A4MI) rim. Berries Average rally. will begin at. 7 'SO with .Ia' who Is Invmtig.itln the Cuuncllnlaa l'l'l. WhUtn Six
I County' ranlMlt, .s.. aihetluleit'first. NegroesIn
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t"Ih1A' ed s r >>f .lu. <.1Ila, .. ml ulrimlx-rrlv. 'louilnl. "up end l start, rolling fur f..l\u.1|\ | by stilts randldsts I 11I'I1I.t. wild. the nhixitlnf (M'. Hill.. the down payment' I'ami.
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a 1 f' t :.New fork City where 'they warp .uiiftUiiml' off >\...In..I''y' fur | or their representative. .. i I'urrwl III l approximately. 1:11I\ : from! the K. !remlmi l>
the hem-fit nl th. :\O.lIon..1I'n'ul. llfnllh AtwMlutliMi.In $$3.34 Per Flat ; Various group will probably' pie' after, on srfiimvnt .1.- merit, iJ.Si)0' : : ) anti, l the Junloi.

r'fg I Ia Ir top. Ih..t., >lr.. Ii.i 1. llnXKlil. .. (U.'O' ) plan| url'hld' rorwueun serve supper! before. .each rally Vflopinl m Inn u In tipp.iirmly III. establishment' over curs-" unlit WOI1l"the"'.. council Club I will|].ftOOI have and,;| dlarka Pollc had quU a
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her d..lI.. hlr. !Mritul..erry tjui-en l.lnilit llxiicsln" who flew Bradford County. grower i i! Churned,. with iniinler In the wolk' out rrtnieniriilt, foe' matt of II In Jhllo Vaturdav. ,

lit :New lurk' Tuewljy to purllrlpute. In the uurtlim anti otherprontolonxl old is 410 flat of Rtrawber- nut t .,".r.>. ,In ths manager, oft pavtna. the balu,lire .ihc* the ', .and rrreated t all' Nr."rot, oils
e ) ) fin.ll..>tll I.-.. Tlie ..>rt<(e Nw pre>.H>ntetl I by Kep. rips' at the Htarke maiketiduring ( CD Shelter t the rf. Chart CimnellOtnigla blll/nns l u not a bUdnl..1, l .I I for suspected murder and|

,a .t. J. llimiiu. Jr. un In-lmlf ..f I he himliip. ...nien anal. farmer*. the wrrk.Urrlt II23 *.. t7-year-old, Negro Item Th roiinrllman. alto[I five othrr on charter of dlji

At .left I quern( l.ln.ln, .K wen itKliig" a flnitl In.pci'llon. tthe / at an aver*.e of U 34'* Re-Survey Set who llv.i| on hot I premises' utrd, that woik. ,la betnt1runhrtt i orderly conduct ;'
k'yk .per rut for a cross returnof iJminUi ,u twine/ held 'in the. !because "all the I lirerralloiu Arrnrdlntf, tn Polkmim. *.
b.rrklwfuu' loiMltil, ,'
th.-y are 'In welling Iriirk.t'ooMT .
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tq IA3.034 90 tiradfuril' ,' (County .Nil wllh.nilbtmd I program of the fluhtlitic 'took plan
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..tln "llh .loyal Intrrn.t\. l .tow the Part noh*r I*, county director' 1"lrll"I I
| ( promotion "II"
Th.lIlln'. II. after' 'the killing of Edward
rF total now waa .r'"tool I hvItlark building' hat turn riirli, lle IK-pur Intent of AKilrullun. KIOM. > hr..... ('oiiiiiil.....lonrr I.uI,h> stance at 1B.S04 fUti with a nf Civil, l t'e''ren".. annuunrea "' polt' .'. who. were called until it i II slant. r11)f.etletellt l "'1 Aldrmi\ at tola Uttla'a& Cafe
that lh firm of : Hunch
('..nn..r. uloo. holwd| l to tititkrllii. < New York trip. .%rr A J...ck. ..m. Jockaonvlll archltesta >< I
< l.lmln' ,iM-olilen. her mother. "er.. "'. 1). Whittle director well ahead of 1'8J fUurri. ( UH Pup Two I bulklln ran be exerted l In a11 l .I year-old Negro tae dealt"
has heel n *nM"g e d l by the
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I of Stale. farmers .Market.. end "I'hll) fronkhlte. m..nn..er both in volume and receipt I'Ichaiied I with first degree
of kntnM: J.t'k..n.'
Corp > '.
Lot t Boson's murder Pullr Chief. Bill
k, of tint rke iiiurkrl. The tl 'for North FlorkU her. toll. 1&t tnu .
> proiin time, were 23 B2S flat for vili. !vial! to m.k. a r-urvy Public InvitedCouiily Roiser. led the InvMtUttltrtt
rkUna. to .....Iu.... -le\llon, apl.rarsnu1| | -. end ne".|..|.er 1 tn- return of IH0.4DT.03. a t>t all!! hrlllll.a. In Hrt.lforU I''In liens

ter'kws" In :New t ..r". Last a.turd4" was the County. that' appear t<>>> .IM suitable Th other Negroes' arrtsted .

heaviest. clap of In. prat fur HIM a* public fallout ProitiolioiiMeeting that night 'ln Uid4
week, ..h..14.1111 flats t werhlinxxl .hlt.m,, McClaln of Rt. t,
In 8-Page Decree Plan Bared To .' / at.i" avcrtl ot 'Th. purpon. nf Ihla' up| - $33 for. return at $14.171 .- .log program In to Induct In tot ,of (Hit'" or 11 rla,s In 1 Jul
00. t th. current: shelter\ Inventory for' disorderly conduct >anlt

(Lift Quality ;I I Volume ,wt .l-.nht this' lMH4lUn\ from *. t."I_ att.V.y Tonight i l' Interfering' with a pheeof-;
S'uitlt..Wi.1IS Comjdicaled 1 week due to. the, effect of a alt ,.<-tutua' r....titly. r.wotnM'tod. ,rt":.r lit th* HIM of duty I
. Of Education i I n lepers. Utf bat month bu: thoM that, "It. Men Pullw.. amid WtCUln &tt!1"1''4 in

heavy production, U e parted MUbMMunlly h..ltlf'd.. ,, and all Twit (iiihllc' meeting to ilUcu. : a proirritm,
Suit Over County School Superln- to tirt stain by) the first of' fartlitu containing' shelter' f.>at planned. promotion! for Sturkn and. ItruilfonJ. County I to. rsrap while al Iti'td-
Land LeaseA trndrnt Harmon P Morgan next wick t t.nU.1| that might' hll v," .been will Ix. held. tmilirht (Tliurmlav) ford County Mospll l after

Mid that a proposal" to rals* Tue.,.*..'. .v.r.f I f! of II IBhl oi.rlwka. ""''NlrUoJ\ 1'h.. first meeting la act for the ah oot Hue..

the quality of education. In was.. tie't of t''... wpek, ,, and l Th. n.w surrey will .begin KJR: Mi.noil. afetiiiltim, at r :.11)pni. & |>...'11.> Mil. lt 'hatrnher
rclbord box full of' I ly on Ociom for the con.t..nts. i cording to testimony. '' Florida through .lvln. onto. flats went far *i Mill about. March' :3 5/, and |the m- .. and tha' ......">l aea..!..>n of fnmnierra, will t limo. WM charted with (fie.ordfIl .
legal documents concerning .On May 37 196I :?. Jud e Patten rulrd that no Counties additional Minimum a. 14. Th. average for the <>|Miraltun' of all'1 rltlnena. U ..k) will h.! held l l In the IOM auditorium
a 350.000 note and I at the time of th" note escutlon I bill of ilk war executed for AW funds If Counties earne week" '' teat tneorl w. 5.1 I In supplying, ne.hlil Int..r.ftlll .1 V |pru.rem. ., and, J''I'I i profan' larigusg. and t fiyPt d
mortguge, a disputed lease> and mortgane and I the! cattle! and personalKn- will mart certain requireI! JS u.wt... I'et.r" J Novah. .., .efr.'lary oflb. no. ", ..". a.n.unlr. '....'rh !I j Id.. 60 avid\ put' on 30 <
and a $10.000 loan were.tralghtrned leaiie. analgnmrnt that U |perty that wo xuppoM>d to menti was presented. In. .. 0lark.-hr.dtnrul! 'minlv M".af.i f of Jarkannvltla. will" ,1 jI".n& iirnhatlnii bv' Uavor N. 'UI. .1I
out Monday by oufht to be cancelled. :have rt'prl'.ntHt.boUI. Jacksonville Monday Ih.* value. uf p aanhl I 1 I Ch'IIJI.'!/ I
Clicult JuJgi George L. Pat'- ;. Smith war under the In- I 1100000. and that there waa j MiiTin. who attendedlotnt a ,fu llr''dfi>M ('.....nt) t The other Ihr.. N.ir<*iI

ten in an elaht-page' decree i flu..ner of alcohol." the dei i no Intention of tran..ferrtnr. session ot the Florida\ <, /"..".,. Murphy of the pablkrUlli I w.,. ."..td t for, fightliti ala ,
The complicated CUM warn i cre- said.Judge I the title! for the! ht'rd.Q\. Prh*/>l Flared Association ,,>n* firm Murphy a> I**. hn<.*.. In Rear They breve.
a suit filed by W Hoean Pitten ruled that J Smith and Florid Association ot O i Kerr< Inr tit >i-bunvlll. wilt MIM, 'Hall Steen of 201& JXirthMl

Smith agalnat J, O. Odom Smith was unaware. he w.e "Odom kept the rattle .ndrontinued County Hupetlntndnt. held !. rli< "a r H.lllnaJ HUrh ami.1.It. .,I |I" "t"rks, Wllllant Aid-
Jr and Vemle Phillip >lnm a not to Odom for to buy .ix1 sell at LISP Robert Meyer In Jack !' *.U..rl' <'""",, ii>. 11-1! rid**. brother"" of gtlwarrtAMrUU .
Odom. his .-U... al1 of C ,.nrhip/ between. galharina, In' ... fatally
Statke 1350.000 and thought he was ,catlte without Smith's. know- lIOn v III.. said University of who!
Smith couvht and vaiarantrd ilgnlnt a I10O.OOO note that Irde:| ..." the decree said Florid PYrfeaaor It L John. .. form. ti'.in\ cot disbursing. It I I wm.Hided, and LoU\ AMhi .
; Cancellation of a Odom asked him to aim In Odom wai ordered by the "..,ran." the new Idea on t 1.) '"!l1; 1.. < '..n"*.". rpr. *-nlj I[ ( ..., "both of Nnoflf
U O.OOO note and mortgage 1 'irturn for title to atxnjt 1.000 i Court to stop aching cattleIn the arroup : HA'JIiM. Mra. n.1 from him to Odom; hit. a.- 1 head of !rattle and other per- the name of W II Smith > John propose< to upgrade .Ai < Atlanta ./lm.. ".. I44rt and! ;315 d...' pr'.,atlen
tuned lute. with RayonlfT' urinal property of Odom' Mmlth) war ordered to rs.acute education, .l the County lev-l -. ii', ncu. .1 l fur" "rt.mning; in ewh! Cass of dime."lrt.rly
Inc. back from Odom: and I uppo.iedly, used In the! rat- i a bill of tale to Odoin by rfferln. a Rt.I...fin.hC'-cI A .' -ai'l. ,industry,. eniulurl' by fl..liln( .. .. urb.
wai held not responsible fir tie ba..lne... for Odom tntermt.. if .ny. 1 Incentive plan II* suggest* d i M A 'Ih.h..p.. | Jr. (ir...i.Unl. ,inn, Hi,. |>*4C. slat. ,...bll. tnloslratlnn <
a 110.000 loan from th' Mom asked Smith to a- In the prr onal property d*. having a set-up Ilk. this for ,1 t '1>. 'tarrirwr C'.,.iomi.rr*. William AbtiHl,
Crmmunlty State Bank of .um.. Utb to the cattle to i arrlbed In th* moittac. tht pnutitle, to qualify tar *ddHtonnl du' 1 a ......IIt'" sal ... fined 1.0'' ') and t :34 fir*
Stark avoid! objection from Ray-! secured; the not. money"" over' the .R w e e |>.riil after. the 4'>svl on .prniMticvfi. |tr all rh*" *..
Judge Patten' decree l.onler' inf.. who held a 1m**!' The IWflnnlng' Minimum Foundation pro- a >rf re,Utlii4., erred. pr..en4
.tated following period"' i. from rVnlth for pa tur.f The romplli-a'ed "aerie" of .rarn r .p J. l I...gu* i II the langusg. and 1<<1 Ul nrbi''H' the
of prnkmged Intoxication.Sml'.h : rlihU to some 1.121 .t't.' .. of tranaactUtM bn In Nvrmbrr .. I A county would" hv to f nIa./ >* abs.stta/l pear U..'la AUIirUll* ..*l
became weak and trre .' .land Smith! own In Bradford tixll when Smith pun 1 .***** a minimum of IJCt pe. 7. plea. of pr.mwllw. 'Pared, .. < with -hiin4.. Ait"it4nlogtealkm
.porwible! and on Mar 27 Raronler wanted Odotn. '' 530 acre. of land up t far aeal-, rent. xi... distuibinl' Ih*
1 1003. Smith wan !In such i rattle off the land. ed-atd Ml 'In Sampson. City" Its tpal' property" w rthe. II a. ..plat.. IM pies,. tad o*.f. and "fluid, 14 14 *4
condition for taktnc' .legal title' tll t i Odom was auccnaful bidder 2 Allntlrt 11 mill: of tie, _.... T ; ." "In.l l |4Om, w,.ul>l lit d.*?. on ,,,,.,..uon in *arnIMhr

-Odom knew Smith wouU'l th* eattl*. Smith WM auppo.ed on the 930 acr tract tar r. in the" arhorrt la under the. '.. .by Id. /It,...,..,.* ,...
l .. PP I 1wwbwrs. i .H. .M. '*rta.**.l. .f award U.I. T*.......y algM. al she ......1 I Ys.. .
sign WQihllV\
anv he off 1.1IK
paper asked him i to One, Odom a 1100. II 10 pr acre In Sm"h'>i Ml per cent. property *151)1.- 'r fH...."aninl AalhofKev. rr
to sign and Smith would re- ,000 note to protect OdornI ', 'invitation to bd on thr lend itlon 1 IS mill si M per cent t.,. ranwer.. Tareof. ..... ..>.. .....nri, rrw. !I.' !... fruit t r.". ... ** *f*. I te....... MH .,_ Kn affray ....re Meld..l,

I Interests.Inst.ad. I'he Mated U'f' anyana war i' would )b> th* minimum .rvvy, %rtfc.r f...gta. .. ,.... (..-..e. a4 TM' <*>l I>**!.IIM) ..... .b r.wi %..xsss ....,...., ".... .nt Turf Kn fifl'M.' O.l

an'ordtnt: to the .lntere td' In the iraMnttUiht I 3 A County that used 100 I try" ...t......... ..... ....1.. !I... lirw.<.... ..-. < aft $.h.. ".11. C: C MVrtMMOn." and

Easter derree It wa* a J54.0OO ccmUlned In .Use KaVcr per rent property Value: to DobHvtiKns n.cJ"eU i I..,.tl. Wtnum
Cantata .
WH* snared by a n OTt.a... .*r l.! +ae h* would throw 1 be.e ,Use on would< ta... to Conner Speaks .Poiition I I
and bearlna; a ati per rent In' three" rtahu to the 114IIII' :7 Teenagers Plead
OHI) 10 C'alvary"Fl have only t milk for whnoH
Interest rate that Smith revuful IMdderTh H.. ...... ....I..., peeler ..,
r.II'rewbyterlan tctu.l1i: JI.nd .leer aartammanl .f.-, Th ratio of a. *e seiifits rat I FFA I'u rents* Foteil At Jlullfiliel; the Yt.t" ,"hrl.'an' ("%....fa uti Guilty To Throwing

& ('harrhP. on Mar rr IMI. uie not cured and later ordfOonod pert to n 'U*.* alkwsled c.n b* I It....... .... '..._. I..I. .. i vl i ii I'I" Rock At Train
,net mnrt.*e wale filed Inh -1Md by Utf Court warn for determined' b1. .I imp** I i' ......,.t. lit ''IM 11M
Thu. I.nrh Sri afflr of Clerk of UvClrruM > 7 121 a/-fe of land] learned by. maithmatlral f_...Va 'Th p 'TCoie' ra of prep!. I ffi hK ..,....." an the i...i- ......II.. of .IM. .fV"..fl.<.t. ''''1...... .'hwe.h .., lit .'.."..1 a).*..* .lrM..r.. ftvf *>fntm
."lrlAJ\_. 1ftA, 4- I A..latlun
Pavonler" term ftmttli rwl 1 in i
CoMirt. At Uw um.tin. s I( Mr H*>U.II !IM. hi ._.>. ...." 1... tM
Slices '
1.10' '
),. 4 Th a weaosut wf aid will. al..,* h.** lrfnelda an4 ........ .... ... .
filed tn IJ.efeub*T /mi by" bud faro *r* the CaeMl .. .. Wlr, lb. ... ,. ,
.*. ."""he' paper .* if eke ftw. lt for 'Iv.> .psamplnn 4'''S .hart. .*... .
the and MmtMJuda would. .. ....." ..1 foCI M, Ib r*..-. Ullr of pr. Kai. ....! ..nl lo O:>r
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51.l riled fivtnc th* rtahu totb '1 a 4 b..ol seilr' .I"a w.,Irl.sea. ..Mc> I
Raronter true !'a.. to Pattn NicS U 4.- wally. another formula "tlsl I t..-J. .red fiber fir l.ii.neliosi
CITVWIDBEaster Odors and lnetl by $.IolthThr rre* did.... a4) -l>ra.ewhthr waNM.. fjfnt.rv .fair' 41'- ftar1* A* Css 4. s f, rrltftOdM 4.tWw ......... lard CH i>(*r and. -.tat et WttftUM" IIM a..l I*. me a* at I .. iwovlaatiVM N. .
1 ...w.Oo7''- Conrs.f hld I.... .rt .. ..... ere ...._. al In*
...... .t g a.. Smith hd Use rWMlo btblMkef.Ii I ] belulustUnh ...... ..,lls. u..ln w.......,,. Ranhha
Egg Hunt JJt ** t U>* r*,- 1M.. a.rpll. W .. .
PUOV1 any of the HfMXrrractnal mfr ; a"** 1a/ -- awe .... M ,t...
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air Bedard tallCOl'IW1OdIr. rtthu Tb co ( Mn* g..sjMie* in th. ,eat. and eVj. *> rwt.r r.'..... p.n.s .H* ............ L esrt 'k >.., tMh she PIA _..., TA. .hwnb w0). .40 apply.Ne.e '.
CITY PARK Mont ruVxl thsl8wah WTOt a )IHUr. wMrti wa npan.w IMal..f> Flarttfa, IKrw ...*ltf? Hnaj>*.H Uetf Tt..f44. ., hhe. I ...aeal, Irslo...i a. aatwee. .but. > lhBJ .. ....ee ........,.,.. l.. .itn .a a*. .i ..iaj(..r. Aaw4ing tf) fe.p..lp'i.riffSnh |

3 P. M. Friday. .h4 no know>tfc. bred to tectMnoavy ..,.eta M ..... 1144..1 ,...... *Klb. 11M... r.f.inta' lee re..uis A.mpe.tw.M ..fA.tc. lie _...,....... fA.wlne. Me. .isleEland. ..rl 11 I ,__ lit. ,Mat
that th* leM .*. amon U>* tteal PouNi M not .ba.* plea wf .U* effect Jot.... 1I+. tueli. Me1i'. ... Ii *. \K un. gram le.4rrcler. .. ........... *.<<*H. winy.. t_ tM. tn 'dint

.. paper* ecuted that day nlthI .lee. JUbIto& lb itsrt4hl .... Joaua wets letw.tlet *4. ba/ben toil .... .... rutt.rl I/'| ........"'..l. 'In .,$41U n Sets t Spring M a .MarMi" before Cr4n,y .
CMoM wa alaa> nMrurtdby aapo town an the Ira-*.*.**- fT A t *..r It taw....* rTA seem. M la. T A T..11 Tu-! .'
EASTERStulrise! Uw CoMrt to 'boid amok r1t/,11a d grstt .1 II11Sk .. .... tw w .....-1 fa.. .n f: II XI Mr1* *fM .1MCMw.. r .... ............ aft b.. a
nrmJM and..." .beaten Srdah r ,?So.mw-r. IMl Herrera eaJIM1A. IMrather .r.. The ""M."* sodS that TtM t""MM ..4iMMr4pm4 11.. taaf4.he. 1M... ,.vr..e toe Ifc*. .(...5 .w... .Mp.ao. ..11''

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w.rtety Mate bast ofaaru. ..A rfla.w .....,..... an Uk IM..las..ab __ of row"' --.. ... ....W >e -.c.. .. ow..... ...,-.. Chspt. *
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P.a4r Ttw b.ef+. as... 'CM.e1slid. ,.._ IN <*........ ..*... M.* wwa rsa. .4Iris N gwM0 taw pro. .f.aa *>*.,*ly a* .Mk* .,. 10 .->Uik<. *-..._ Ns f0.a....t lash se- Natal .m wae4. .bepla. ....) Phdbp.. Abel K*,..
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Weekly to Pobpdt.Glttuelnlty tar Lea ..54d tat.r1 _- .. .t'al.f _.tA.. f.. JiIIDII p'sMLsM.45.ed. ...... ......... A..rdthus IawM.AAawasls.I.. ** train .a>u*>..a; ..UrF.*... to-

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The ,... w ....&- .... 1r4 ,... f'\eM IS. ...we.hat. .. the __a I* fen.er Claw. S "<,*... % vf. ,.,e fc*, 4 ..'4IMcmif .... F0 r..4 tip honw lea.Cowag .Js. awl.. It .*i...* "for eiitnl. .
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.1 law.a'wr the /4yeloaart Yaw .tens ., SA.raver A w p S4 *....4I. sn4' who pra**!"* .fu rtrtmat
Stilt o..k sad s..4 IN l+fae afsrr 1M' f14pw b.rea. sA "'keel" at.-.a. .....r. IM ..... so .... U w ..04. ae1.. lr>.rt. f7oorl, I ,.... .,.. Israa os, ....,.. ... II. IT a*. .. th.SAl. .

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.-I'AGTWO--- BRADFORD. COVSTV: \ TELEf.UAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA --R9D.1Y; M"\RCU. !8. 19 J
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r i Mis. George Chllds and sons Mrs. Hutto 81 Mr. '1 and" four sister. ,' Mr. Loulgj
of Chicago' Ill. were Monday Smith Wins Special Forces Glen Sapp, I Hendry Paddy, Miami; Mrs. Beatrix
[ Of Starke Day Lakeland; Mrs. ElixabetM: !

r vis!tOil of .Ai'B. Elmer Olm- Land Suit I Group Makes FFA Member, I Services Held j Lawtey Native, Mathews, Lakeland; and Mrs]

I sled.Mrs. : I Edna Newuome Starke.

,i, Gainesville. Fletcher, who has Burnett been in of (Continued from Page One] Night Jump Gets DeKalb I Mr. Lula Ritter Hutto 81. : Dies Tuesday I Funeral services were he. !
at 4 March 19 In Ml-l
p.m.
Gladys Mooty I Washington D. C. the past I I : widow of the late Lawrence
Phone: 964-0651 I, four months where she under- grazing his cattle on the pro. I t! A group of an men. from Olen Sapp. president of 1: Shelton Hutto, died Monday I William A. Hendry.. 65. of I zell-Faville-Zern's Southdal-]
of the I
went surgery, is convalescing pelt near Sampson City. 'I Special Force i u its the Bradford FFA Chapter night in a Starke hospital af- West Palm Beach died Tuesday Chapel in West Palm Beach
I Guard in oil
I at the home of her ulster Mrs II Smith was ordered by the I Florida National has been awarded the 1984 I ter a brief illness. 1 1I March 17, In a hospital Rev Sidney H. Davies
held
pinpoint
Northeast Florida a Northwood Methodist
Stewart Beckett at Klngsley; Court to gJt. Oaoiii abstracts j I DeKalb Agriculture Accomplishment Mrs. Hutto was born In there. Church
; i Lake. to the title of the 930 acre .I parachute Jumping practice Award given to I I Orangeburg, S. C. on March I A native of Lawtey Mr. officiated* and 'graveside scr-

I| Mrs. Walla Lipsey is spend- tract. If the abstracts did Bt the Keystone Airport the outstanding/ student in|121. 1882. and had lived in Hendry moved to Weet Palm vice were* conducted by Palm' I

1 ing several days with Mr. and! not satisfy Odom's lawyer. I] Saturday night from 7-30: till each vocational-agriculture I Starke for the past 40 Beach In 1921 after serving In Beach Post No. 12 Americin. !

), Mrs Carl Wright In Gaines then Smith must bring suit (I miilnlght.:" One plane wan used depaitment. I She was a member of the Fired I World War I. For a member I Legion.> Interment1-was in H.UI I
i in the 'P. with the men Memorial Park.
ville. to quiet title, the Court sold. incises To receive the DeKalb: a I Methodist Church. of yearn. he worked as book. crest

Local admittances to Brad- In the testimony, It Will jumping In'groups" of twos and student, must excel In Surviving are four daughters < -| keeper for the Palm Beach '1 .

fOld County Hospital this week brought out that Oclom had'I threes. "S::'Volunteer scholarship leadership and Mrs.< Edna Wells )''Irs. Mercantile Co.. and as office Bayles ,IHiway
Fire
t ; = include: John H. Regan. ColLrlgh !. advanced Smith 14462.39 The Keystone his supervised farming pro Carolyn Kecgrave and Mrs manager at the Palm Beach

to I Morgan Pcarsall and to pay an Equitable Life Assurance Department anti Clay County gram during his four year. Shelll Cerle all of Starke' Pout-Time for over ten. years. Baptist Church

i Walter! Terrell of Melrose.I mortgage 145.020.851 Civil Defense Unit stood by incase in high Mrhool.Sapp and Mrs. Garnita Parker of He wa owber and operator of Rev. C. A. Crosby. Pastor

-' I Mrs. Grace Page Mrs. Del 1 to pay the Gainesville Pro I of..emergency The only .. a senior! is in his Cocoa; two sons. Oliver pl Dixie Motor Co., for 23 yean

Smith. William O. Oraudon. duction Credit Association. I unscheduled incident occurred I second; consecutive term as Hutto Starke and Tlliman! I and was a member of the American Sunday School. 10 a. m
> William Lee Newhara of $14.500 In other money and when a parachute got caught president of the Bradford Legion. Preaching,' ir a. m. Training
Starke Albert! II. Phillips" of recording stamps, In a tree and firemen. hail. to Hutto. Jacksonville; one sister Union. 8 p.- of.; Preaching. "?tp.
: ; I230.2J for Chapter and has also servedas
of Charleston ills widow,
Keystone Heights, ; Mrs. Juan- documentary stamps, and Intangible \ chop down the top of the tree sentinel. He has been a Mrs. Mabel Brogna Surviving are ; I m. Prayer; Meeting Wed.
: S. C.. a brother E, P. Lyevbi Hendry: a daughterMrs. m. Singing Sat
Ita O. Raulcisoti of Camr tax stamps.( The total to get It released. member of the beef and nesday. p.
Ritter Hamlet N. C.;; six Carolyn Stuart; his mother night. Apr. 4. 1,-30. at
Odom.accoidlng The Forces groups urday
Blandlng. is 173.213, and Special dairy judging team for threw
I Mr. and Mrs. John Kopel-l1 to testimony hadch..k I train in guerilla warfare and I year and has entered livestock grandchildren< and two great Mrs. Effie Howe, Miami; s home of Mrs. Lloyd Padgett

: 1 OUNOI and daughter of Birmingham stubs to prove pay- : parachute jumping 1" a re I In. the Bradford County grandchildren held brother Charles Howe Miami; Everyone welcome.
Funeral service were
i Ala. are spending the ment. quirement. | Fair. He has also served on
In the I IFIr.t
i weekend! with their parents Smith and Odom are now Among thove jumping Saturday the parliamentary procedure at 2pm. Thursday
1 I Mr. and Mrs. .1'. B' WainI apparently at almost the!I night were Lt. George W. and puollc speaking Methodist Church with I\|

I wrht( land Mr. and !fir's same point they were... In the Howell of Gainesville commander f teams and was a member of the pastor Rev. John R. Brub-

I 1 George Kopelouxos. beginning with Smith having of the Special Forces. the FFA" quartet for one year, bam officiating. Burial.. will
| Mr and Mrs. William Green to provide abstracts detachment In Starke and Sgt. I Olenrhas attended the follow in the family plot (in Suits

_.. : ''of Jacksonville were Saturday within 30 days to the 530 Wm. E. Dampier, a member of I I state !and national FFA convention. Crosby Lake Cemetery under .

r I visitors of Mr. and MrsJ acre tract which Odom has the unit. I forestry camp, direction. of DeWitt C. Jones COATS '
1 SPORT
: S. Sapp. now supposedly paid for. i i leadership training school Funeral Home.Active .

r << Mr and Mrs. Comer! Perry- To Insure the matter being -! 105 Straggling I and the) state Fair at Tampa. I pallbearers. were S. G.
Denmark. Edwin Williams J.
of Jacksonville" will be for good
man cleared up He holds the chapter green-
: weekend guests of Judge and Judge Patten ordered Smith's IOn Homestead hand chapter farmer and T. Lawson Joe Gars-t Adolph Et ERADDVOR.

Mrs. E. K. Perryman. attorney to sue for a quiet state farmer degrees and hat' Gay and Carl Johns. t

: Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Rich.: title to the 530 acre tract If Exemptions: Long won awards for public apeakIng : "YOUNG WEN

r ardnon spent several days last the abstracts did not show I Homestead. exemption. ".tra<< soil and water manage Next Koffee Klub

: week with friends In Orlando merchantable title glers". some 10J Bradford ment. I Set At Bradford
Mrs. C. J. Houpt. ,state. president During testimony In the County re.Utanta who have not Besides his FFA activities
of the Florida Onteopathle case Odom admitted a close Olen Is also a member of Furniture Company
filed their homestead exemption
: : Medical Association. relationship with Smith and I yet returns stand to i student government at BUS I II'

attended the executive board the knowledge that he could and was chosen as a senlo.4 Next Thursday's Koffe :
lose 1281 each by next
to
: ; meeting Saturday and Sunday:' get Smith to sign almost. Wednesday up Tax Assessor Gene superlative.His I' Klub will be held at Brad ;

.. In Tampa. any papers at one time. I warned farming program consist ford Furniture Co. 30:
.. Local admittances to Doc Both Odom and Smith Long yeMterday.. allowed of crop farming poul I North from 8 to 9 a. m. After'
l tor's Hospital Include:f Larry: said they had known each, Property owners are try and beef cattle. His total II coffee and doughnuts Mr 1

: .Dconmar"I Fowler Charles Ray Simmons,: other for around 'UI! year 'I through April 1 to file their at labor Income for the past and Mrs. Joe Cocomisa will
return with the Assessor
and Mrs. Betty Booker of t : four years Is $2.74624. Upon conduct\ visitors on a tour of
the courthouse. After that, the
Starke; Lajsna SPRY of Lak'i completion of high school the plant.
Boy Committed | 9.0OO: property. exemption! allowed
: Butler; Cindy Carlton of Ral Olen plans to attend the All members of the Chamber .

ford: and Mrs. Frances Wat After Threatening under state law I I. void., I University of Florida and of Commerce and proanpctlve '
Property owners will have toI TbmSrVWYIRrrAKKL.
MS of Mnxvllle. major In phase of agri
: some members are invite l
Teacher With Gun I taxes. on the $5,000.xemp-
. Mrs. Thomas N. Tappy of r :I pay culture. to attend the Koffee Klub
.... .
Daytona. Beach spent th e tlon if not made by April 1. roit & oir*

.: post week with Mr and Mr Juvenile Judge Tlieron Yawn. I I I Lun<<'11 office sent a third I i sessions. .
Methodists Set
Htpwart Bcx-kett at Klngsley has re-committed. a 13yarold notice to late applicants this ,. t We are headquarters for the

: Lake. Starke youtn, who thr.at..ned week. The |281 figure represent Easter Cantata Wayne Douglas smartest clothes for

- a Southslde Blementary ', tAxes paid on (5.000: wortrof Associated WithAppliances t fun young felUi. Traditionally
and
FFA Parents school teacher with a gun property in Bradford Coun- I The First Methodist '.a styled to give' a young man

_: a knife last yek to the florid ty ,lf the property happens to> < Church will present an i Gay's ,, {r ,t the confidence of beings .
.
- f Reformatory at MarUnna.The ty If the property happens to' { Easter Cantata. "Behold well.. dressed.:
: Feated At youth a student. at be In Starke, which liar" has I1 I Your King" on Sunday night Wayne Douglas., who formerly A1 Our selection is complete.
Southslde had been committed city taxes. i at 7:30: itt' the Church. owned and operated a \

: ( BanquetContinued previous!* to Martanna but I f Directing the muslcale will grocery store :here. Is now associated $14.95tQ $20-95:

- released.. He was placed In a Automation De-Job be William; E. Barnes. Bradford with Gay's Home Appliance I 1
: \ footer home here by Yawn after .
( from Pace Onel' The Slow-Witted \ High School choral di- at 3UO r., Temple Ave.
'r < : he got Into trouble wttvnreltisned rector and music director at
.
: \ James No' )'own. Bradford' .. H* was on probation Minister Claims First "Methodist: The Cantatawas I'i for both sales and ,service. .. -
j
_ Norman al*> wan awarded I when the Incident at Boutruuteoccured. / written by John W Douglas who lives with Ms

: 130 by th- Bradford Chapterfor "Automation is permanently I Peterson. At the organ will: 'wife, Shirley. Ann. and two

- managing the school I The youth was picked up. by de-jobbing the slow be M/s. Lloyd Green and the daughters at 714 Kal/ord Ril.. .

: : farm enterprise. !I Btarke Police lost week ..ndII witted In our American economy pianist will be Miss Jo Ann Is attending Appliance repair -
.
i .
: Farm Electrification: Award I II i charged with unlawful display I I II ," Rev Arthur W. Ride-, I Scott. j and electronic iuuf. I i

_ > Wayne Hery, president t:jOf a firearm. Th. boy went out. minister of the* First, I.I eotoUts for the event are
- of the Starke chapter and I i f home after' "being reprimanded I II Presbyterian Church. Pa Mis. Bonnie Barnes aopRno.'I I

: < Don Brandos. Bradford. by a teacher: there and" lot a i latka, told the Bradford''I 4 Charles Mason baritone, and
- : Farm" Mechanics Award-. I gun and knife and cam. back I III County Children's Committee, Bill Shiner, tenor The public J-rfP-: I P!

: Carl Beck Staike. and Ole and! threatened. the teacher Monday. Is Invited to attend.

Rapp. president of the Bradford with the two .
: weapon( I The speaker saUi !that 20
_ f Chapter. I per cent of the nation's population : :I Highland Baptists
- Star Chapter Oreenhand! |Six Woods Fire has below normalIntelligence
: Aw.rdJolul Odom. Brad. which causes[:(Set Homecoming

- ford and Tommy Oaskliu,.,Set Intentionally them to remain unemployed.This' SundayThe
: Staike Chapter, :
either nU,1rolIa
ending
: Don Braitdrs. Bradford I SIB fire. were set Intention. I II up on
- / or crime roils.Mr. Highland
Chapter, also rrcelvrd ttvi:I\ally In Bradford County thist'wiwk Baptist
: Rldeout said that thj
!
Church will observe Its annual
Boll Ooi\servatlon' PuWW I accenting to the Florida
- paradox of unemployment, n '
'!
Award which Purest Service: iteanon for I' Homecoming on Sunday,
: Speaking wai!I1 I( Ute midst of job openings ) BADCOCK WANTS 5,000. NEW ACCOUNTS
Zedn setting the flre are unknownto March 28 Rev C. E. Wilkinson
presented to him by i\ and is all
- the. result of an insufficient going out to get them. Come 'in
Hamilton along with a $25 the Tonal ftorvlc/ : : wilt deliver the morning.
: number of workers trained to and let u* show you Florida's Best, Furniture
bond. The number of acre the six meiuiage. and dinner will be
fill W<1a, highly speclalUed I Values I
anting at the banquet. fir.. burned was 291. bringing positions. He said lists could I served at 1 p. m. ? _

: I were 20 members of th I this year'a total to 77.7. Rev O..orge Chlsro. pastor
Uw
.-. Future Homemakers Depot. Last year at this time U8.2 I school be, overcome dropout by program attacking and, I extends a cordial invitation

me nt- Diane VanZajtt Martha acr. of forta) her bad burn vocational I to aU former pastors, member -- --
by providing.? more -
Llta Flitch,,. .i. The ala firm. this week -
w Starling st and technical training In, *, and friends to attend SPECIAL .
: GREAT TV IDEA Alice Knight. DorU Pendar also' brought we total numberof our khooll.County the day's activities. oFFEu
via Mary. Wtlkenun. Kath flees this year up to I 13: all
.
.. Jonas, Gloria Starling. Oer-, cunipureO. leaI fire last year. .
.. rude Cruce. Kartn Lee. Anr, Rainfall this' w._ at New TaxDeadline Cash Paid for Good n... -

-. Fanning Mailne Redding,.f River was .. Inch: Santa .... I I I Tuesday RC. ;N. ....&... or .'ouI. All .
Carol OrltlU. KAth Whit, .7 inch: and U.uia Mill .3 Inch ...1__ Bring tu Tilrcntph.Ct -:1:

-- tr :: head. Joyce Crawford. BonltaOioeu. ''I l I I I Bradford County residents II SENSATIONAL. r:1 -- .

)tots > and Uounle Trevatt. who have not paid their l3taxes _
Psopl.Owa Bradford :
.. Scenery k CHEST P
.. j face a> three per cent ?
0'1OR' KilledIn (Causes Wreck on tacea ands '"-..t
.. has pI Negro Penalty. property| iNEWFetl Values I !
41M
one per cent. penalty l oa per.
MJOth I I Looking al the Bradford II t wad property" UBM Aped. 1.wnle. OlAWtl cast st*o w 4 w a wa eau

Argument County srener Aiong U. 8 .. they! "pay up" by 11H" ...."Nt" DOWN A "" ...... t.? .**

-- BIks4d Whit. zor I Continued" from Page One) I 301 :31 miles north of Starke )1..1U.. r :::. sets a s.29'S see.;:.,rely,, sePS. S .
.. .
proved dlsatroua for' Mrs 16441' .
That's Ttt i w jr.TM --..M'A'S "
-.. Color The accu-nl. ..C't"Of'1lna11''I l Once McKenna. ... of Phlla. ouootor, J. n. KUT ,.. .

t "ro",'". walled ralcnly' fur Uw,. d.l-tprila. p nn. .when her cat ', **KI that a few. people have not Myi es- .tees IS N 1 j'

rw |xiluto arrive, maklrc no attempt < ran off the road. and turned paid their taxes but that te- "

tu fl... over according to niP turns t"Ia-, t week were. i PtASi1CIZED WGS
r Aldri.t.rIn. his SO'a. WM Trooper J. U Hoilla. (uud. ,9! ( $100 DOWN .. ,, '1..
hot ,,1\<'. In the l left chat. with The mishap orrurred alJ:1O Kelly also sal>t that advvrttautg .',;.:" A. ....... '
a ja caliber colt r.vulv.r. Arrwrdtng < : p m lojit. FrKJay when'' AeMh liP-
of unpaM toxe will bgl" .;0.- r :-t:
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tu iKxigUa.. .pul.KHmwn ..., -

.- the woman's Cwnri went' Aped T. sad th,t deltngs.n'taxpayers ......... ,.... .-.
amid Tu.ntsy. the argument .I off( Ut. eejl shoulder of the
'''"..-.. mad l the ar 'uaM -,, '; t / will alon have tobtlU. L4Sl
developed road and turned lit' $
over on : Rf
.
.......a,. I loot the advertising s .tir
: | went to the rr of the ,.t., toy rhea Mrs. MrKenna cut,' ; i .
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: RCA VICTOR got the pistol and. etmply shot' sharply Ut an atteenp to tee| '. Revival ContinuesAt $6,95
AkirVI',* to end the ar..t.. bark on u. highway. NW vu'''i' 1'

: 1w ffStcZ TV TvenpnlMl bY her ttusband.Joerptt Airpark Church Nit tilt FELT-Ti lu 4CJ95

$186,280 Damage T McKetma 7) butrnnhtr -r :- .I .. .... -..-
: Metal Cabinet Tabt TV on hJah-fa hJon woo4! waa InjMrrd' Revival svlr emun
.. "console" bat. Suit U RemovedTo Th ear ran la final) fee| .silk i...'Bt Uie WMI at tae WRITES THIN!

: on its top in the outokkttraffte A.II'paR Baptist Ot.at. S Fw acs.. $vckagatr att..al .
S3tub. (ovtrall dtag.) 282 Iq.ln. plctur* "
Federal Court txxthbound kvnA T: M .,Iue, k.vl IwttB MurT .
at Ierhf..erk Ntc'teotf
: Sup rful New Vests VHF Tuntr Th. .* Ne F... N. ftolh.rI'
f-pow ))weer Hoi UsRevival c4. **y. Marck M. rv ., MJ040I CAUDO04SOOKCAUl
.. ". It N.UO ..it, for fUm. en WwigBt br R.*.
ewMgM **....l pocket cftp.e 'w
OUR ..... tiled' M Circuit Court. Halter H. L.- will ...... Burr /l.w..j b ..., :. T...
: .88W. ben reoasilly "T J.. R- WArUkt rvics *vy. Marrk J#. ,ken te&C. *tortra .aU.IrtfavX are Ys.r 5..d es- t

: PRICE $$218 r ..u1'>IriI\ Ok.aa ;:Set At New River 'I'1Wa.., k.
T. ban tntnaferreit) I* a .V4ral eap..... I* ...tea* al ...*. t > 11'. Fret v e One Own
r vowrt. Baptist i Church t'T Qua.ray' .
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A -'IN of r..-al of u. .... ee IIut.er: .......,.. Down Delivers An-o.ai.
: suit !. Ik* U *, D .fund Cuutt.J.tkwneiU. Th Nw Hirer BaptistCtiurah $1.00
We Do Our Own Financing osc4e.."C a gteahrtbr. aa4Me ;
Dt"N, oauvMuirw renvsj grsakbtbree.Tae .-i; ; it .
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d. kr. trig. ..* a Jock w.1... iteaiima &&sv ts.
w *y .
: At Low Bank Rates Mates 3.. wtsls. ...... 1'1.-1\' AIrpUIi e.e r.isthaSCu.
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aH4&aJr. haIWJD.; Ilbe I'"Iw.w ..t. k tae psstrIsar.

: hares ...... ....... a..yataik 1.savlce. ... 0.tyw. tit tai Mat' :saw-. Badcock Furniture & Applianci
: y'aiawrlat .n..** tMt i tee.Littler rill sttt esxbat mrO, tail. etattul.s .t I sun. phesaay.Be. ,

inkier Electric Inc. j Mix *r4 flues tM cow- Ip m. ., fhr.wev M lee asst Bradford CountyTELECRAPH ASSOCIATE .-

May was not a-rariiMC. !. Hwrirda\ of NavinCreech. -. lie. ..ee ohrioI.c ?.shit awl STORE

....*tI\r.UoII.... r*..M* 234 N. Tem,U AT*. Slarke. FU. I ........ to a t.ry..erveg. cot a.rvar. .
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Garden Club [-.aster F.gg. Hunts [I'I" :tnnt" t"M 1"", -l i l *'"1: 'inn'' L' DC To Meet flir, wi" doused on SR 16

ttul i it i t-nhint'iu -. ,it the: h MIII, Mild N .
Oialium St At 7 43
Elects Officers 'enter Of Interest oflt.: -. H: \latlhrttii. mi
m firemen
9ti The W. T. Weeie ChapterUPC p. put out a blare
: '.--' For Young SetA \\i-ilnemlay Afternoon, the Prl- wilt meet Wrdii.sUtty, vn Edwards!: Rd. Another far'

Monday NightThe in.u-y: department. IH having Acts) l I. at 3 30 p. m. at the took place on Edwards nd.Wtdnerday .

Starke Garden Club
at the home hi' |1'1"! .- and the K.tater. \. *" 'Lnntlllllr; on Stut1 htiitcsses will be Mrs. 11. L.Siwer .
Gladys Mooty '. met Monday night with 'IK Hoi-piny, : in step With 1 nntoy afternoon, .it,t 3 o'clock Mis Lex 'Oieen. and! 'i
of :Mrs.( Paul Raymond
Phone: 964-0651 and11'1I: r i. ,nri' 1 the tear by color- and the Jimliir ,ilepnrtment, ,is. "D s. L r Dlnklns
:Mrs\ :M. F. Hazen
---- :Maxle Carter as co-hostesse. *. ; k.: 'KK'! t I" the many Raster meeting itt the chinch) Thum- ('\lUt TU.\:%IiK'"
/ k in', p'Alnrd, ,I for thisAsh day. afternoon mutter .school toprepare
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)\\1'11. R. F. Young first 'kl"- Four Grass Fires The family of Z Crnw-
Helms-Lewelling Easter bnsketa hoillNtrlbuted iry
'I to
!m' rue -ebimn; ones.I'nl'
Wedding Nichols-La Aoti president presided over Ra'mondJta'e the .. :\5 th..tt Date and Mrs.
Set meeting/ 1I' 'fr.
.. ono l parties planned for home. for the
EngagemenrblMrs l the devotional on Easter:. c. I many
At the First U.'ptl t fhinch\ Ktuikr, (', kind, .
The wedding of :Mrs. E. T .' V I. 'seek i t he Toddler! and itsF'urtnt'a an'ueird wonl ant denrjH the neo i >-

Haste: Helms of plans Starke of :\and MYl'ttclt. frhols f 'Prevail The resignations/as president and :Mrs. .. ..,,.... .r, ..h... :'IIVNot'r\ lepurtinents had an the :youngsters from birth to !'" \ ii-ui' tI.t55, the calls plihave lendet-ed during our

Edward LewelUng Starke!! announces third vtce- j.,' t,.. .r ..-,;s 1111I' \\','ure"venient We espniHllv -
of FSU eng!! Bill Costello as hunt at the church Thutwlnnt ROil> w Pi lit' si I mi Sundiiyi .
were made ment and a r 1 w ue 'I! Mrs Charles nppn-iliite' \ the nice
flew party given known at the din I rlage of her approajig daulf"Y, I if president. were regretfully will acepted. i 1 y 'KnitlerKitrten\ tiei1 It a.m.; while the t'rh1ll1l', ti ml i :lwu utIIIl." .t 11Ion: foml flouer.i mil; visits made!
last them I
Saturday Lucille, \ Replacing .ml Itculnner departments h...l Jut to. the I home .
evening by Mr:\ to Jerry Hit t I .. -- riming this time
and Law presidentund
>
:Mrs.\ L. be :Mrs. Young /a
Canova A. son of Mr y I Uielr l \ egg: hunts on the clnm'th I A1 4 in( p mI,mday. a
at their home on andAts\ : H 1 :Mr.. L. V. Hardin anJ tau' in' imported. linen .

Kinxsley Lake. Lawson Sr of- -P* '..''"''.'. I third 1 vicepre.udent.The "i wiin i..M.11'f Aletuo.ii rounds;" on'In."y niri
I The n.ionThe
jne! couple will be married \.ruumtjlril' \ bell nominating committee anti Cl'lIt"I'I'd with a tlei- .
..' IIl'hnol children" fn-m,
April 17 event of -! \
at the home of :Mis Saturduyun" li> presented the new late of officers wedding t-iike seating on nloctoi i
Helms' 4 p. m. In the F* it the ProsbvsterUn\ cluiu-h ,v\ Elect
brother-in-law and 8.1 t for the! coming year: The dike was b'au
sister Mr. and Church with a reAitlon, ill.v lororatrd with luster have n n egg hunt' and put 1
I I.
Mrs.
P : L. V. Hardin.:
'
I Nolln on Pratt T lowing 11 In the prellll..nt.1I's.\ 'Iho\\I'I&.f' 'l>Uy afternoon nt I :S o.lo.
Street. chuli A. o stephitnotla
rec :Mrs.
'
first vice-president.!
An attractive tlon tulldin! I n, satin I'lbOnn andpi on the church grounds Art
cow
pink ani Russell :Norman: second vice- -t Holliday
Miss All ,
white color Nichols \ the Sunday' : Submit .It .
I '
is ntluar'tplle At
motif was al grad! s' John Manning. ; \ rs of thc <
carried :
I out /In the of BH3 and the Uileitilti pr..llld..llt.11'1I. 'WI't 'the table rmrtments'' of the First (Cin, .
flower arrangements ( >l I : TylerI < \) weltplyvl
third vice-president. ,
Florida and I lion t'hiitTh pnrtlripnlfil' '1 'm u'
placed at K pre4 In Dllnniture cresints of '
tly 1 I .
points The buffet vantage English teacher at Jones: recording set! -retsry -finllieloil. .....n"U"IIIlItlll! K.iitri: egg!! hunt nm< I''I'I' '' \ County School Board

w...-j. _,,---'_ ... dining tablelace High School. ftiadrJ 1 :Mrs.. J. r>. Doyle; corresponding l. lrej und of illusion \V"'' 'v ifteinoim, "m I th.i .'
puffs
cloth with a handsom Mr. Lawson I secretary, )lr.. Charlier / i'I"r'h gn>umU, District) No. 3
over pink Is a III' Wet i f r +r tI ci itoreil with small weddinv!
linen BHS and Cowen.\/\ tN'a"urer.Ir.' : .. V V Murlel\ 11'1\1' 5,41.11.1.I, utic'niM 'b1ut.vj
centered Cumberl, b Is sand I
with of white
> loops satin
pink and white mid oJ! officers will A Von roil Alit HOl1.IOAr' is A Vote roil
Ky. Hazen The!' new .
aping flowers. and now teal'hh ribbon (rUnt Stitikt Kli-nicnti\r\: \ ,\
c | be installed. 1 at the May m..t11Jf. PROGRESSIVE COUNTY SCHOOLS
Little Cindy Canova ml.'l'C'laJ subJt'Cts an Is 1 (\11 from ot the wedding cake enjoyeil nn Kutier I pre conch --- -- -------- N-M-LIM.11 rMNNNNN-
at and Thursdnv,
tented the BH3.ro o.; the table I picnic ""I' I"iihone >
guests was M spray 01ft '
inside of which/ Easter baskets ; Invitations are b nl' Mrs. Norman was given per l vet Cj-n>bldliim orchids in- of Mi 'situtrs '= VVIliinillton (IIlr.u", ami,' Support in (really i ,\i>prt'clnh'tlLast !
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were egg sued, but misNlon. to spend J2ifllb; / : A tlSusan I .
capsules .
aij
ti
with the fl'lerld'i a H r spersrd with puffs of tullf'"
wedding couple' UVes Of the library booka.Ade to let the
announcement. cOUple at and showers of narrow sitttn
Tile 24 vtcd! to attend. i motion Gllnt.n; Club combine ribbons
guests
Included < I I-f..th. the Starke club to
members of the honoree's ( put I The enlongated buffet wnrintererl .'
''on the show.
family and a few close friends Easter with a fan- \dnrpsal.
Including Mr. and Mrs. StoDepicteSl :;>', -vnr Mm.. Young; presented a Slade H-rnngement 1.1IIllIte gladiiiiKk
Bill I ''' Weds
how 11' James F. Garner
Cotton of Hastings, and }- program on to stage Jr. and gypanphella Intouhlih
Mr Minute
and :Mrs.\ George ; flower show Those taking In Jacksonville lurked
C. White of Youth Fellow Church SaturdayThe were sweet pink 0
Tallahassee T'Mdtl! a candlelight Mnrlce' putt< were Mra. J. U. )Doyle. I I tulips. Ttils was flanked/ on

... '!ctlng the Easter story i t Mrs. I.. V. Hardin and Mrs wedding of MISS Su. "n exquisite! handmade, linen and tther side by a five-branch!

the Sunday evening service. Paul Raymond. Slade and James Fl'a 'IOllrn..r. lace handkerchief It was cur erl antique candelabra/ holding

Burge Searin .. After the churcri service ttie During the aortal hour the Jr was solemi\lxed In rled by het paternal. grandmother burning white t"P"I'1I.

In Piano Rp&ital CYF went to the home of l*>r- hostesses served a dessertcourse. the presence of the Immediati at her wediting anti On the terrace was placed

orothy Mlxon fur a soclal''du'r-' families and few clone friendsat also by her mother, Her. good the table holding the bride's ,---

At Bar* t Churr'i! Ing the remainder of the .eve ten o'clock flatuiduy morn lurk piece was! u ivttte solid book which was presided over i\ t

ning. The young folk enjriyrdrefreshment St. Mark's Plans Ing. March 91. In the Child, gold wUhbone. a family helr1 by Mra Michael Ollrlen, slsler <
forge Searing; was piesent- the King Catholic Church orJacksonville : 1 of the bride The simplehut I 1 .
*, games and * ed In recital Easter Hunt 1I
a piano by thFurst Egg
Ing.: I jAII..I.Ung single! pearl on tt gold chain effective decoration. for I

Baptist Church las were :Mr., and}*')*. I An Easter hunt I Mrs Garner Is (he daughter A gift from the groom ''Ih"i table was a single, locsndle
Sunday night This the egg will beheld
was
of Mr .
and Mrs Thorns.hiowell Miss. Judy Ckornoi,' holder holding M while
Virgil Jordan spunsurs, ,11.a slater of
at St Mark' 1 :
second In of
a series recitals Fplr'opulparish
Elaine CoUen, Rev anti -Mrs. house Slade. Sr of Stalks the groom, wm maid' of honor candle and told with a bow of C t 1 1S 1ti
dedicating the church's new at 4 p.m. Satur Mr. Goner Is the son of :Mr nylon net stud satin ribbons
ri She
Bob Badgett and Mr*. M1)avi. day. March file All childrenare wore a sheet length S
Steinway concert grand. 1'h'
) .. and Mrs. James Francis\ drew of white and blue Guests were then Invited In.
purr
entire program consisted of asked. to bring six eggs Garner Sr of Tall Timbers silk with white acceasorlei: to the garden where refreshments wN1'.ew.
compositions by F\'edrlck and a basket. )Ir.. Edward
*. 'I/I Md. and carried cr"IC..nt"habouqu..t wire served Tae punch

Chopin.Mr. Woman's Club' Burns and Mrs. James Black. Father Larkin performed of California a dalsle, table wss covered with a
Searing played masterfully .shear will be In charge!' the nuptial vows In double white LUXURIOUS
Board To MeetThe ,. a satin leaves, and nylon net ( rinbroldered organdy LOOKING MEW
exercising complete :
I ring ceremony In a s..tUnof( Mr Clamer had as best man cloth over satin Silver 1"1111'11|
control over the dynamic [David Penoyer Jr. white gladlolas. giant mums, Ben Welland of l exlniitonPuik howls flanked each end of Uu

range and virtuosity of tills executive board of the, and stock against a back. Md Ushers were< fto.er table' Pinirlim were Mlsse'! EASTER BLOUSES

music His undemanding:- : of Starke Woman's Club will. Entertains Friends ground of Jade trees and Strickland of Jacksonville Jane Adams, Barbara Illank t + -
the rubato style of Chopin meet Thursday afternoon
other greenery eualilp. llreiHls Lewis, snit
and Joe Garner of Tall TIm.
was undeniable and WAS,1 Apr. 2, at 3 ::30. p. m. at the David Penoyer Jr. celebrated
Mrs Randal Chitty of Mra 0.". Shaw IVcoralrd Chv
his 14th bers. Md birthday Saturday
beautifully displayed;: cubhouse, Stake soloist, sang Ava mints, nuts four sndaantiicleu (
petite
Mrs. Blade:>, mother of the 99
evening with a party. for 20 \\ \ \ In m"n tnlcreUIng new tolls
Maria and The .
friends. I Loid'a Prayer.accompanied bride. rhooe. for the wedtllni were servetl dur 1Uc

Recent Birth ';'Thrift'-Shop The held by Mrs. Marjorie a blue lined) sheath dress with Ins; the rerepf.on hours stylet. Beiullful new c ny.< rt f fabrics AlII
party waa on the Hodge at the or..nOlv..n .. Orertlng guests In the foveif I
In
1 "Penoyer !\ m tcljlnn atceasoiles. lieronaiie solid colon stripes, pl ldt ndprlntt. 2.11
To Hold Sptle patio on Morgan (
In marriage by her the hunne were Mr T T
Bradford County Ho o enjoyed
father the bride .
waa lovely In bldlum oreittila -' i I least slut Mrs Clyde Hlnelatr r.l

Mr. and* tht-tatlnwiiui JoI... "Richard births tA.Chna.r. .: The Thrift Shop on- : Court a wiener roast, dancing and a formal gown of Imp tt <1nu..r Mrs 0.1....... moaner ol in*' aunts of the bride The re,
street sponsored by the Junior gnmeit during the party hour. d
Bouquet of Chaiitlllylace room, wore a subtturil blu" reiving line was composed) of
Gnineavllle, a eon Woman'. Club, )I. having. five to ten o'clock I
I over tissue taffeta, witha flowered print with white acresanrtes the bride and gruuin and their
tA.
Richard Chesser Jr
Mar .
19. a lOc sale Saturday morning .. scalloped sabrlna neckline Her corsage waa a.hlt. parents FAMOUS 'MOW SUit

from 9 to 12 noon. E ; ter Egg Hunt Short cap sleeves enhancrdthe Catttelaya orchid Mr. Wind l Lewis of WII
)fro and Me,. Tommy Frank ,
The sale from the Thrift long bodice which formed Mrs. W .n Raid! grandmother mliwton. Uri! aunl of the Nylon
inn Griffls. Starke. At Colimtry Club Slip
Karen Lea March a 20.daughter. Shop support all of the rlub'a a V shape In the. back The of the brWIi wore a bride. Invited.. gueata Into tIn

Mr and Mrs. Earlle E. Bail charitable activities Including The Stakejloli and Country voluminous skirt was sttache.l navy and white Jacket Null' dining room
to the fitted< ey LMWtey, a son March 24. the Dental Clinic and their Club annouiie/ ..f plans for terminated In. cathedraltrain. '' was a purple Cattle-r bang CIs and Mrs Wall, 2"si 444 r

:Mr and :Mra. Arel Vernon two "adopted daughters". at I an Easter .Egg HunCMor tot Tate lace flowers on the la ya orchid I 1 I J.rkei.. of llammUNl,
Rhoden. Raiford a eon March Runland Training; Center I In up to ten years of acti. "U' beheld sleeves. and around the neckline After the ...r.k'. the brutal of the bilrfe. cut (the '

24. Gainesville and Maria on the club grounds Itt. 3 were centered. with hand. part left for Ktarkr where' the wedding" rake ..... .. H..'II asp 4 a. I NYLON HOSE
nn* (
p m Sunday. March t? seed ...>. .. M. i, I."
peoa.a. Th. .' Mis
'ffwn townOrlrn twl... parents etiLritalne.1 Charles Sawyer sMerof V ,
Prliet will\ be awarded and tefre.hments
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by the! bride Mrs Char wltl1..a the bride. Invited' Russia
) revr Mlon at Ilielr
served.FlaugerJarvis. .. Madison Street Baptist Church iHMne on East: Call Street re- J,1, 98
I 1.19
fl'.ryer for her wedding frehmen .
I MM BlockV.. :\1..1. _a "mreetHer. I The foyer and llvliirm>ni were served mod ;
M. Her veil ot pure! silk Illusion were attractively decorated I' fxriers *.!10 tin I were Mrs n' nl's.\u.'S. Pastor from
fell Julllette bridal with) arrangements of stisrk.gla '' J li. Wslmrrlght Mr. r: 1'Malth.wa I IU. WMle. Nato M j
---- --- Arne N Hanger Jr. ann of of run /rttltlMt' ''. Gutttnr ..-
cap CharttUly lace: and rm i ibrotdered ".n J A Orlffm
SUNDAY SERVICF4-- Mr and Mrs A. N (1I..rof ( In seed pests one' Arrsngementa of Mr. Alice... Anderson Mrs rod In sleet n fi M *< "" 'd. New ihedct In
:::4J A. "M.-HuixUjr Nchnol
Uarke. was recently marI hai>ed b...... tullpi" and spring ftoweis w.r' 11:0 A. "
: M.-Morning Worship sled l to MI. Jarrt.
Emily They
I quet of flesh cymsdium Itoldwln.
or- Used at vantage points In the Ian Mis CvelvnMlnclalr :
':13: P. "'(.-Training I nk" >sj are living In Md
Salisbury hl t".
i < Intempersed a/ftl puff den where. the gift were displayed pawsl via-. bags of
':S. V. f.-Kvealng "'."" '" where Mr Hauger la working i of nylon tulle., while ).tin on tables' covered wlln pink ark, blue net

WEDNESDAY SERVICES for Chrts.Crsft! leaves I and sprays of ImptHled organdy ebxhs. over" sailnraiisrhl After ....ndtng sum lime Dress Shoes

7:30: r. "M. "Midweek Herstilprmin ('.." Paid for Uonrf.K (1.. .... Italian seed pearl at Inter( sls with wru with their guets." u... bride

AMI nr.: orn MV.M-OMK: : (;jTEMT-Paatrn: < itii: >>> ( .... >. Hhal. > mr "...... All The bride rented .. th'traditional h satin rtWjrins. and groom left for a weddirm ('''' sh.ei art 'fbaNgt f for ,,,hi.... .quality. ,.

I I ('..1'8rl.... .. T.....'...... something out" art ""III bride's table was o rOI'EN pntnl.rlp.to of I Intel MUml, .&, and rnr' (travel other caalflfl' and. fit. Nude ,."..... W,*
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1 .._", _.'._-L ""' _- -= 'ro. .----c. -;;, '" f- ;.-.:,- ,: .,i. :.:;:: o:.' ::.,.-; .:.' -"","":. Inc Ine bride. mote a skirl-. and 'f. imoolh ,le.,ht" In. Mail,, If Mid bevli. 599
-- ...... .. "l _,III
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I'f' ", i ov.rbkm." > of Citron yellow of Slits 4 I I. It

pure silk with a "' ..nrh .ton<

)( : .. :J;.19 : ported. |*cke| of AjMfor brush. /
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FLORIDA HTHKKTVUil ; ; :
I I "ISD.Y PEST CONTROL ltfNtrl,81. .1' knit and srreMnrt to match \ S.. Ore I L.ip t..
i n.WE()=
l ) : .394 63>> Her eorvaie wee green fjnfbbllum bell.. ./ M.LAIa<

II i: andChemical / orrhld ( .y /Hese-b.fi 6 tIaN1. e''+ {

Vl"n then return their .llre r

..kt. .Irt Jackwmvlll. .._-

] Co. I both are sUoVtiU al Jrk,,*,>Mi<
d1EL jt rule UnJveriMrMr

I (t.rn.r ts. a graduate Easter

I n* Ufa4fwr. County /Ilichnrhool. Handbags

and .U a snetniif of

t HXA enrartty .Nudg.. '.tf... .Nod. ..."ti
AJXUALS\ Mr 0.1''_' r4<**le4 from" 99
,.,.*t, i o 11 I b farfcmr
Tall TUnter M4 MMriWrmrrl /, 2
1 aril $1. w.,.,'* JuiVrOXi A and iprlif t cW'.rtr omcm

.I .In ", .,.,Un4. .IU Mno May r ifepti sad) 'irWt. I." .1. 4 01

i a tl
I ton major, ., Jekwnvtil

NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED U"t. + ,

Out of brwn ....... Iiwhud'A Jr. Boys' Sport Shirts

Mr and M>* J fmr 'seiner

Selection-Come Miss. lists fesmerOsmer Jar Vnk 'o sew fsiwlci b tni p4Mdt.
Large
Early .O ol 'r-n Timbers. fused. ,.add *d r.. ( UlorH 49
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M. .....,,.t M 1 II
|_M WilaMi.Win. 1u"t //ail pit ift vltk *4 Hkf H tif calla

f bye J WJertenei Ha...tU riO thaq Slen l t. i.

EASTER ",. f) C ha. n.nd. AI* I

GRO-TONE PELLETS NURSERYIIOf.l ....r tt* N 1.i W........, |..tHXjtsm Jr. Boys9 Dress Slacks

I a SPECIALS hr. .*... Mr end j .

1 Mr* ,,*..*.. ft AHen. T>Mes>. Yitb 'a gfu fitt/$ b MM CW.*. Mill aft*
Spreaders Available .. H \+*n l..<..,tas. .M 9' QO
I .tz.tili.sx: ....... Mr .n4. M' 5..easrrsewl ,, Irirfeuenti.U/ GIrrih tad ,t S1i.i T

WUtlass N K/'M j /.
: Rabbits( For Rent IfIrNINt3 Jr lnrr .J_ MiM! Ann

1.IfnnJCI'\I Pwrts Mal. snasjeievM, JlKaren

R ..J gum ra"***e', W.,.- Jr. Boys' Slack Sets

.YVllirHM1 liems. MM OewMe C> sawns >

Colored Baby Chicks All Types 01 Pest Control Grafton. tr_ Mr ?. ) Jag 4. *nf wft. Shirt oc|
/ ..ut Mf >MM. r. >*vt.., WI< t;
SAd MM W m >bn*. T -r Nat'1 MSM win ml, std.,

H ..... *. /f ...1e1 .J..lanv .... "'". M4fJkf) MB./) CMtrrttC.KV 399

. COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER SEEDS (INLK) PURINA FEEDS ..... Mr a4 MA C gr.ye 'NI.. JJwi I r I. t
.. .. Jrke+r+ra. Moen. and .

J 'I, end Mew ri.* ...... ..ttl'.yeeuw.

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEUECRAPII. 8TARKK. FLORIDA ___ _THURSDAYfRCII! 28. Ir
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I Mi a. George Childs and sonj I Smith Wins I Forces den 'Mrs. Hutto 81 Mr. 'and four sister,' Mr. LojPeddy
Special Sapp Hendry
of Chicago Ill were Monday [ Miami; Mrs. Beat)

visitors of Mrs. Elmer Dim I Ii Of Starke Day Lakeland; Mr*. Eliza

I med. Land Suit Group Makes FFA Member, Services HeldMrs. : Lawtey Native; I Mathew, Lakeland; and .

Mrs. Fletcher Burnett of I Edna Newsome, Starke.

Gainesville who has been in r Continued from Page One] Night Jump Gets DeKalbOlen Lula Ritter Hutto 81 'Dies' TuesdayI I Funeral services were I

Gladys Mooty Washington D. C. the past at 4 p.m.. March 19 in .
of the lat' Lawrence
I mon widow
Phone: 964-0651 four months where she underwent grazing( his cattle on the pro- A group of an from of I I A. Hendry 63. of zell-Faville-Zern' Sound
died Mondaynight
Sapp. president Shelton Hutto
of the I
Forces units
Special
In convalescingat petty near Sampson City. in West Palm Bee
Chapel
surgery West Palm Beach, died TuelI -
Florida National Guard in trw Bradford FFA Chapter In a Stark hospital after
the home of her sister Mrs Smith was ordered by the has been awarded the 1944 a brief: Ulnes 'day, March 17. la a hospital Rev. Sidney H. Davies

Misses Linda Kay Sale of | The H. E. Bradley Jr. family Stewart Beckett at Kingsley[ ; Court to g-.." ocom abwtiactsj' NortheuHt Florida held a pin. DeKalb Agriculture Accomplishment Mr*. Hutto waR born in there.A Northwood Methodist Chu..

,FSU and ,Judy Anderson of ol Ltel! >burll". former Stark Lake. to the title of the 530 acre:,' point parachute Jumpingprar. Award given to Orangeburg, S. C. on March native of Lawtey, Mr., officiated.- and 'graveside e

,Jacksonville will spend the residents and Mitts Shirley I Mrs. Walla Lipsey Is spending tract. If the abstracts did' tic. at the Keystone Airport the'' outstanding student in' 27. 1982. and had lived in Hendry moved to West Palm vice were conducted' by Pa

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Morrison of Staike attended several days with Mr anj not satisfy Odom's lawyer!][ Saturday. night One from 7:30: used tillmldnl&ht. ', each vocational-agriculture/ Starke for !the past 40 year. I Beach in 1921 after serving in Beach Poet No. 12 A merle j jLegion.

Ouy Sale. tho graduation of Henry Mrs. Carl Wright in Gaines then Smith must bring suit I plane wan depaitment. World War L For a member Intermertf'wag In Moo
She warn a member of the First .
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Oold- Bradley III tom the Marine ville. to quiet title the Court said. In the fcxerclse, with the men To receive the DeKalb: a.. Methodist! Church. t tof years he worked as bookkeeper crest Memorial Park

mlth and family of Warnev'Robbing. boot camp Parris Island S. Local admittances to Brad- In the testimony, It wis jumping; iii'gfoupn of two and student must excel In'' Surviving are tour dau&htel"l. i for the Palm Beach
Oa were visiting C. on Tuesday. Henry transferred fOld County Hospital this week brought out that Odom had throe. "Si I
I scholarship, leadership, and and office
Mrs. Edna Well. Mrs. Mercantile Co.. as Bayless Hiway
Mrs. Sue Miles from Thursday: to Fort Geiger, N. C Include: John H. Regan Col advanced Smith $14,482.30to The Keystone' Volunteer FireDepartment ,
hl{ supervised farming/ pro- Carolyn Kecgrare, and. Mrs. manager at !the Palm Bear
to Sunday. for further duty with the Ma.I Leigh Morgan Pearsall and pay an Equitable Life Assurance and Clay County !tram! during his four year Shclll Cerle all of Starke. I' Pollt-T1lnea for over ten.'yean.He Baptist Church
i Mrs H. A. Newsome was rlncs. Walter Terrell of Melrose mortgage( 143,020 85 I Civil Detenu Unit stood by In I' ,
In high M-hool. of (U, C. A. Pastor
and Mrs. Garnlta Parker of wa owner and operator Crosby
.a called to West Palm Beach Mrs. Grace Page; Mrs Del to the Gainesville Pro cane of emergency. The only !
,
Mrs. Barney McRae is visiting pay Sapp a senior is in his
O. Graudon. I unscheduled Incident occurred i Cocoa; two sons, Oliver P. Dixie Motor Co., for 23 yean 10 ...
last William I School.
Tuesday night by the Mr. and Mrs. A. H. liar- Smith duction Credit Association I I second consecutive term as and member of the Am- Sunday a.
and TlllmanHutto was a
death of her brother, William ley III at Merrltt Island for William Lee Newharo of $14.500 in other money and when a parachute got caught j,i president' / of the Bradford Hutto Starke Preaching, I r a. m. Tralnlnj
; A. Hendry. She was accom- several weeks Starke; Albert H. Phillip of $230.25 for recording stamps 1 In a tree and firemen had tol] Chapter and has also served ,.Jacksonville; one sister erican Legion. Union 6 I p.' nr.: Preaching.

panigd by Mrs. W. B. Mundy Carl Hitch underwent sur- Keystone Heights: Mrs. Juan- documentary stamps, and In- 1 i chop down the top of the tree,i as sentinel. He has been :a Mrs. Mabel Brogna of Charleston Surviving' are aria widow p I m. Prayer Meeting WeH

and'they. returned to Starkeon gery last week in Alachua Its O. Raulernon of Camr tunglbU) tax stamps. The total i to get it released. i, member of the beef and S. C.; a brother, E. P. Lytvia Hendry; a daughterMrs. nenday 7 p. m. Singing( Sail

Friday. General IIoHpltal. landing. is $'73.213.49. and Odom. f The Special Forces groups : dairy judging team for three Ritter Hamlet N. C.; six Carolyn Stuart; his mother urday night. Apr. 4. ",-30. |

Larry Nocgel of the Unlverlty Mr. and Mrs Charles Dar- I Mr and Mrs John Kopel- according to testimony, had I train In guerilla warfare and" ]I years and baa entered livestock grandchildren' and two great Mrs. Effie Howe, Miami; a home of Mrs. Lloyd Fudge

of Alabama is home for by spent the weekend at OUHOA and daughter of BirmIngham check stub to prove pay. I I parachute jumping is a re In the Bradford County; grandchildren brother Charles Howe Miami; Everyone welcome.

the spring holidays from Horseshoe Ala. are spending the ment. quirement. { Fair He has. also served on Funeral services were held

Wednesday to Monday. Bill Brown underwent surgery weekend with their" parents Smith and Odom are now I Among thOM jumping Satur. the parliamentary procedure at 2 p.m. Thursday In tile)

Mr... Margaret Jackson was last Thursday in St. Vin Mr. and Mrs.\ J. R. Wain- apparently at almost the I day night were Lt. George W. l and puollc speaking\ First Methodist! Church with I

in OcaJa' last Saturday visiting cent's Hospital. I wrVht land Mr and (Mrs same point they were in the: I Howell of Oalnenvllle com- iii teams and was a member of' the pastor Rev. John R. Brab.

Mr.: and Mrs. Morris Jackson Mr. and Mrs. N. B Rosier I George: Ko loUROII.I beginning, with Smith having mandor of the Special Forces the FPA quartet for one year, ham. officiating': Burial will

and family. and family visited Mr. and:! I Mr. and Mrs. William Green i to provide abstracts detachment in Ptarke and Sgt Olen has attended the follow in the family plot In Suits .

_? Nat Dankel' Jr. of the Or- Mrs. R. S. Johns in Lake Butler .I of Jacksonville were Saturday within 30 day to the 530 Wm. E. Dampier( a member of I i!I state and patlonal FFA con- Crosby Lake Cemetery under .
.. lando Junior visitors of Mr. and Mrs Odom has direction of DeWitt C. Jones
College will\ on Sunday. acre tract which the unit I ventlona forestry camp "
: cpend the ,weekend with Mr. Jimmy Ouy of Berry Col. J. 8. Sapp. now supposedly paid for. i leadership training school Funeral Home. SPORT COATSELDE3RADO :

.. and Mrs. Mead Lewis lege. Rome Oa. was an over I Mr. and Mrs Comer Perry- To Insure the matter being I 105 Straggling 1 and the state Fair at Tampa.He .' Active pallbearers were S. G.

.. Mrs. Vernon Barnett and night guest last Thursday of man of Jackxonvllle! will be : cleared up for good<< holds the chapter green- Denmark. Edwin Williams, J

: children 6f Key West are vllle hid grandmother Mrs. A. Z. weekend guests of Judge and Judge Patten ordered Smith's IOn Homestead hand chapter farmer, and T. Lawson. Joe Carat Adolph

lung her parents. Mr. and Adkins. Mrs E. K. Perryman. attorney to sue for a quiet state farmer degrees/ and hai Gay and Carl Johns

: Mt a. Arthur Dale this work Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards I' Mr. and Mrs W R. Richardson title to the 530 acre tract if I Exemptions: Long won awards for public speaking :FORouN0 NEN
w Ben Welch and Mr. and Mn spent several days last abstracts did not show a
the
and family of Fort I Homestead exemption "..tralrI soil and water manage Next Koffee Klub
: Donald. Stuart of ElmJra Lauderdale week with friends in Orlando merchantable title. ment.
are visiting Mr. ,," 1OJ Bradford
Kler some
Heights. N. Y. are spendlnn and Mrs. E. C. Duke, this Mrs C. J. Houpt, state president During testimony in the I County T real this week with Mr_ and Mrs. of the Florida Oiiteo- Odom admitted a close
case.
week. They all visited Mn Olen is also a member of Furniture
yt filed their homestead exemption Company
: Red Emanuel. William Dukes in Lake Cityon pathlc Medical Association relationship with Smith and I return stand to student government at BHS ,I Ir ?
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hazcn Sunday. attended the executive board the knowledge! that he could and was chosen as a Hn1IX'superlative. r.
I lose to 1281 tnch by next Next Thursday's Koffei ;
: of Gainesville were Sunday Among those attending the meeting Saturday and Sundayin ; get Smith to sign almost up .
Wednesday, Tax Assessor Gene Klub will be held at Brad
r :
a visitors of Mr and Mrs. M. U. of F. Orange and Blu' Tampa. I any papers at one time. Long warned His farming program consists ford Furniture Co. 30:
ymterday.
F. Hazen. Local admittances to Doetor' Both Odom and Smltn r
football after- of farming poultry -
game Saturday crop '
allowed North from 8 to 9 a. m. After
Mr.' and Mrs. Alton Purvis noon were Mr. and Mrs. J. D Hospital Include: Larry said they had known each Property owners 1 are file their and beef cattle. His total coffee and doughnuts Mr I .
: and family of Ocala were Fowler Charles Ray Simmons other for around 15 ytars. through April to t
Seymour Mrs Gladys Harrlngton. labor !income for the past
return with the Assessor at ''and Mrs. Joe Cocomlse will\ +
fiundav (rupsts of Mr. and and Mrs. Betty Booker of I Y ? ,
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer four ;yean is 274824. Upon I
conduct visitors
on a tour of
Mrs. W. F. Herlong. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Starke; Lajtnn Spay of Lake the courthouse. After that the completion of high school r &
Committed the
Boy I plant. r
$ .OIQ property exemption allowed .
Butler Cindy Carlton of Rat ;
: Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Bryant Mr and Mrs. Edwl ; Olen plans to attend thi All .
members of the Chamber
1 under slat law U. void. i
.
ford and Mrs. Frances Waters
was overnight guest last Williams and Mr. and Mr. : After Threatening University of Florida and : of Commerce and it
Wednesday of Mrs. W. E. Mid- of Maxvllle. Property owner will have to pros- SAWYER
: 'T'om
J. W Rltch. major In some phase of agri native _
members are invltc'l'l
With Gun
dleton. Merrill Mrs. Thomas N. Tappy of Teacher f pay taxes on the .OOO xmp. i
Edwards attendedthe culture.
tlon If not made 1.Long' to attend the Koffee Klub ... _.... .
by .
: Bill and Lu Orern of th- School of City Clerks short Daytona Beach spent the Juvenile' Judge Tneron Yawn i April I sessions.Wayne. n .....* &.0 rca &.0 aoy.W.
.. past week with Mr and Mr I, office cent a third a'b
University of South ,Carolina course at the University of has rv-conirnitted 13-year- Methodists; Set
Htewart Bi-ckett at notice to late \ thin
- KingsleyLake applicant for the
will be home for the Easterweekend. Florida from Sunday to Wed. *r headquarters
oM< Starke who threatened ,
yontn week The $281 Douglas
: nraday. figure represents Easter Cantata h smartest clothes for

... Mr and Mrs. T. B. Hsrdlnu Misses Mary Ann Dally a teacher Southslda with momentaryschool a !gun anda I taxes paid on .3.00O wortrof Associated WithGay' / ; ? young (fellas. Traditional/!

: ere. )In Atlanta. Oa vlnltltw. Mollndrt Anderson, and Janet FFA Parents knife lst yeek, to th. Florid property in Bradford County : The First Methodist styled -to give a young man
w their daughter. Miss June lager of Kansas StaLl Unlver Mitrlanna. .If the property happen to Church will present an AppliancesWayne the confidence, of being.

... Harding. city are spending the Spring Footed At Reformatory at student atSouthaMII. ty, If the property happens to I Easter Cantata. "Behold I \' .. well drtised..;!:
''The
: youth a b* In Stark, which also has Your Kin,," on Sunday night Douglas who formerly -
selection
;
Robert Firth and John Tor' holidays at the home of Mrs had been committed 1 Our is complete.
city taxes. at 7:30: lit t the Church. owned and operated! a
Mary Dally.
: ode I flew to Miami on burl to Marlanna but
Misses BanquetIContlqued previously Directing the musicale will grocery store here 1 la now anoclated toI
Bees and
from Gayle Dianne $14.95 $20".95
: .. Thursday to Sun released. H* was placed in a Automation De-Jobs I
Edwards be WllllAjn, E. @arnea. Bradford -
day. of Bartram School( i / with Gay' Home Appliance -i
fouler home her Yawn after
,: Mr. J., I era horn fur spring holiday from Pus On.l by The Slow-Witted \ High School choral U-
C. ''Vo .g and ehu he got Into trouble wtwmreleased at Sea re. Temple Ave. r

: aren visited the Atalfs aw* Mil week" >Oay)" and Dianne, James KOI own, Bradford ,I .. He wa on probation Minister Claims First lector-Methodist.and music: The director Cantatawas at for both sales and service. .
.
w sans" lit Palatka ort Sunday, with a classmate, Carman Norman also wall awarded/ ]|. when the Incident at Boulluikle written. J Douglas who live with his.
John W
: Silt and Mrs. R. W Reese' Moran. and Mary Ann Dally I by ''wife.
130 by the.Bradfoid'. Chapterfor ocrured.i Shirley Ann and twodaughter .
Melliula Anderson and Janet I I "Automation Is permanently -r Peterson At the organ will:
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and family of Ooldsboro. :N managing the school j i Th. youth was picked 1 by at 714 Kalford Rd.
Sager of Kansas State University up de-jobbing the ..10'1'0'wtU..ct '' i bit Mrs. Lloyd Green" and the
: C. will spend the weekend '' Is .
i
farm .. attending
enterprise. Btark Polio last week and -ppilance
In will repair
American pianist be Miss Jo Ann
spent to our econ i,
Saturday
with( Mri. Adam Oreen., ant' Award I I and electronic .
: Farm Electrification charged with unlawful display .of1uot.
,, j Scott.
Tuesday it Dayinna Beach omy Rev. Arthur W. nid i iI I
_... Don" Pag* Mr and Mrs L. 1>. Vlnln, Wayne Mersey presidentof of a firearm. Th boy went out minister of the "r.tPrt"sb'terlan I i Soloists for the event are I I.
Freeman John attended thehose the Starke ) and )
chapter horn after
being reprimandedby Mrs Bonnie Barnes
will spend the Barter weekend Church. Pa.tatka soprano. I I
: show In''QiilnesvlUn sw Don Brandes. Bradford. a teacher! there and got a .. told the Bradford Charles Manon baritone and
with Mr and Mrs. Chsr ''
- decision: Judge last weekend.Mr. Farm Mechanics' Award gun and 1 knife and cam back Bill Jm1 [
Shiner The
>lie! Wiggins In Stockton. Oa County Children's Committee tenor. public 'I.
: and Mrs Oeorg C Mr and Mrs. Dick Bleffer' Carl DfCk fltaike, and Ql.nHapp I and threatened 1 the teacher Monday .ls Invited to attend.

: Why" of, TallaJias spen.from president of the Bradford with the two weapons.
man of Tampa and Mr. and The speaker' said that 20
_ Thursday to Sunday wit!) Mrs. P. A. Pnrrlah of Durham, Chapter. per cent of the nation's population Highland Baptists
... i
Mrs, O. W. White Hr.Mrs. Star Chapter Orvenhand I
Six Woods Fires
N C. will txt
weekend guests has below normal
r Hoy Mathus and Award- John Odom. Bradford i Set HomecomingThis
of Mr. and Mn. Merrltt Wl Intelligence which cause I
: daughter. Martina, of West. Hums and Tommy Oaskln.|([Set Intentionally them to remain unemployed SundayThe

... Palm Beach will be weekend Stoke Chapter
Mr. and Mrs Arch Law. Don BraiwJr. Bradford Six fires. were set Intention.folly ending up either on rellf
- of
guests Mr. and Mrs. L. F
: Smith. renc of Springfield Ohio Chapter also received th'l' V I In Bradford County this roll or crime rolls. Highland Baptist
were" Monday visitors of Mr .Mr. Rldeout MM that the Church will
Hull conservation's Public I week according to the Florida observe its annual
: Mrs. Lucile Davis wlU spend Vernon Bmucker." paradox of unemployment, in ,
Speaking Award which was Forest $.rvk.: tei>*un* for Homecoming
on Sunday,
... Vaster: with Mr and Mrs I! the midst of Job openings U BADCOCK WANTS
5,000 NEW
Lynwood ACCOUNTSand
... Walters and Bill piesented tu. him by Zedia setting; the fire. are unknown : March 29. Rev. C. E. Wllkln-
O. Davis Jr. In OalnesvUl Daniels of Furman. University, Hamilton along with a 133: to th* Fort Service. I the result of an Insufficient son will deliver the morning 'Is going all our lo get then). Com ,in :
: MM) Sue Mono of FloridaBoutWrn arprnvllle. a. C and number of workers trained to and let us show lorido's Best
Terry bond. Th number of acres the six __.. and dinner will be yu Furniture
- will spend the week Walters of U. of F. are spend.Ing Spiting at the banquet fire burned wo 29.1. bringing I fill today's highly specialisedpositions. served at I p. m. Values) _
: .nd' with Mr. and Mrs. 8. a. the U* said this could
spring holidays with were 20 members of the this )_r'a total to 7T.T. 1 RoPY. 0Ch1sm.
- Denmark. b* by attacking the pastor,
overcome
Mr, and Mn. 8. 1.
peek Jr. Lost
- Future Homemakera Depart year at this tint IISJ extends a cordial
Invitationto
I school dropout and
... I program
mnt-Dlan* VanZant Martha i acre of forests here bad burn all former pastor,
w by providing more vocation' members
Starling Lila Futch. lit, The 81& tire. >*t this week and friends' to attend -
and technical training In
: GREAT TV IDEA! Alice Knight. Dull' p.J\dar.1: also brought uie total Dumber our k hoG.... the day's activities OFFEEI .
vis. Mary WUaervin. Kathy of fire this year up to IX as -
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Johns Gloria SUrllng. O.rtrud compared to 41 l fire last year. i .

Cruc. Karln Lee. Anr Rainfall this week at New County TaxDeadline Cash PaM for Goo.1. 0.I ..-

Panting Mea" Redding.Carol .|I River' was .a Inch; Sunta F*> Tuesday !I Rag N. Kkjthfe. ., "...... All

o riff..... Kathy Whitehead .7 Inch; and L..um Hill .3 Inch 1 CutUm. Hi-tag. |.. Tt-lrgrnpn.. .
I i
I 1VQTOR Joyce Crawford. BunltajOieru. f I Bradford County reMnle I SENSATIONAL r

1Ior. People Owa and Bomile Prevail I I Bradford Scenery who>> have not paid their' 1M3 CHEST "

ltLaOllf face a three per cent
1\CA. ) .Than p Negro Killed I i Causes Wreck penalty on property. tales and.. I Ml-Ml
: Values!
on. pr cent penalty oa p.r_ INEW M
: 0_._ Tele"lal .. t I I Looking at the Bradford!'venal ... 1 use
_ _. ,: In Argument I property t. April U oiAwrs"" CMST r Down CNS3T
BUck t I I County srvnvn aunt U. 8 unlearn they "pay. upby e... 10-.41'' 1 DOWN A 4ie. .r. ....* 'ta >
: andVblt. (Continued from Page One) 301 31 miles north of Stark March SI.That's *.rb.l.! .. : 'is -- ...
: prvwd disastrous for Mn a'.... --. -9'5 .......: s
or Color The acru* wa tutee. McKenna. M. of Phlladctphla. O>U.*t \, waited celsrUy for thpork. Pfruv when her C'ar''' 1.f ..... ,
... tIU4 that few people have not $t. ;
a. to arrive making no .,- ran oft th* road 'and turned paid their tax., but that returns ( .,

- tempt la nee, over, according to HIP I tltk week M a.
!
rut I.r.cuu Fetf rLASi1C1IFD RUGi
AHrt.ljrw.' In his 9W'a. wM Trooper J. U 11 ollila. $100
J. r DOWN
<
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M
hut In |IM IO rHt with
one
Tit!
mishap occurred lI'M
,I ate said! that 1.
Kelly a4vertl > _
JJ caliber" cult ""ut"... Ar.rurtlmg Ul ', r tr'r .
: p m Friday two| ..
I f log of itnpmfcl \aX"1, .WglnAprU -- -.-
to IKxigUe, Deputy th. woman's 1MJ Comet' sent I ....-. .--.
Brown Mid Tu..Kty, the, argument I oft the east shoulder of the 7, and th t ddlnq..attaxpayers : ......... ...., ..-
ti l i.e.. developed! .... th* itccu-. I trtU also& have to
road and turned
.aaw over on tu poet the' aJvcrtiotng Utt\*. I I $L95 I Ir
.d! went to She rear of th* ., top when Mr*. XlrKenna cut ; i ifllf

RCA VICTOR got the p'.etol. aril' simply sat rtarply In an attempt 19 I'! 'Revival Continue r '''' $695
'I Iac.vcn..nIM '
Akirhlg la end the argsmast' pack on U>* highway.' 8tw war' c. .

: JNew Jfsttl TV b:1: her husband At Airpark Church lilt fELT.n Phi sue. I9"

Joseph T, XtrKenna 7J. but
: .Mttal) Cabinet Tabtsj TV on Ugh-faahloa wood! $186,280 Damage rwthtrt wm Injured', Revival _.....* conunit : II. C- t' EJrI .. .. e... .......

"con ol." bats Suit U RemovedTo Th! car cam to final> reel each Mcfct thus week .l V$eat WRITES THIN! i ; ,

: p 23* tube (overall dlag.) 282 aq. In. pIcture Federal Court onOtJ in traffle the outeldynorthbwnd In4Trtxtawe 7.3a Alrpark.vlurk. Baptist, feel.dteg Otwree. t...4w.. ': .Fof s.hs. .. .a.utel.r jrt- rI y -

: Supaf-pow riul Ntw VU! VHF Tuner H hIRevival rtaM 4hy. )Ian:" 2& T1Ie ...... ..1n Wolf nest ,H ton.. Mrs Of No FMM. N. DoCh The IIM.IM ..tt for ...*.M.a I HJOW oral poor
K
.. teal drawn clam agee Wawghe by wtH'.tt.r tLi-l5.4 .pettet dp. BOOKCASES -R.4
/ M wi.
: OURPRICE .88 IMT rwMtl *y i. R. WeJaH I i, Services H..a- -UI .4o.e hataft. S .Its.*tli*,. Iib Mia hk.S aM -4 bars .. I ... Tap.
$ shy. ) Ml'h. Y.. .r I..a..
: $218 .' &M a****** Kwtn" CV. ('I|Set At New River pater. Itv a. &.. Netftta .r.l tattet, 5

W. T. tars .been tnuwrerred U> a M. \ eapeia b b.ptMe. as hart swat... e.5.e, ,.,a 7 w. F'ta. ice Oar Ow a
Baptist Church eta... O.a.
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w a rJ octet | t_ ....... as Re9. Lacy Cr.w.y'a 49 & i.w
A ftottre of ,....aJ fit? !>. .1ee+..te

:: We Do Our Own Financing suit lo ISM UA. Duutrt Chit Th x- IUapC," ....tsdaag rk..a a g--4-tor lheN.r .uaMy ail _.. 1.00 Down Deliver}

Ja
At Low IIa.UM w..*> by s J...kanvUto e ertc.e 1&AI&ac $u daP.Manrk .
: Bank Rates % Alryua .eagi.tatY. '
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3e, wIa Row Nuse.usitedduim. '
a Uwy c, Wltll** M. cp', 0 cu. Pine .tat .."....,. bs. tic. la.M.paaar I torn yt,

:: M.- w.a. ..... Petals,. as eeu rn'..... I.. "-"- ., .r tics. IaM.", w4 Badcock Furniture& ApplitnciASSOCIATE

'a'nwri&-t ae.te.<< that. IWUUsvr ..r.tt.> why Neat *.
Winkler Electric Inc. ewixk.M
way wa not ang Usdamag at LaapWCMtrtrtea 1..... darts{ tile reseal sad STORE

234 N. Tempi. AT*. FU. pe.tr4.U.s... r..eked La wdl be .-.*.*.rd In the'I ....r eata.b. a. laefta.
Starb. t. a large ..rmg* of rvlrs4 ei'X'tsrun' *: *
vlrawWtrle*. woe 41*. I IV b.tp 1M aej and w.ratup. Oat. .




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TET.EcR.1rl. ST.IRKF., n.oiun\
Tlll'R.ntT. :M.\Rrti RR vi>Fonn corxrv -- diluted' on\ SR 16
7g 19s.t9t1 flio WII.i
ni' '''tpn'l'I I ,KK; Mint L DC To Meet
Hunts p 11 I i t i iind N Oiuliam' St At 7 45
Easter Egg: in.I... i ."IIi-'il, .1111"I i \ t the' h"ue"i out a blam
firemen put
Club Of Interest ,1'I.. > I I': I I. \I't, !tin,'\\ H on tlu. W. T. WITR. Chapter p. m. Another f I .
Garden ( enter en Edwards!: Rii(\
1\edoesday attritatln'' the' Prliii I UPC willmrft Wvdn"adity.Aptil Rd
0" Elects Officers For Young Set .uv, department IH having I a. at :J.30 p m at the took Wednesday place, on sUet Edwards noon.

ih\li' egg hufit.m1 purtv8lUiKlnnrtT at I home of lira C J. II0U l. C<>-
Monday NightThe Mi' UK i is'' biiistinK out all Landing on 8411,. hostesses' \\'11br\ Mrs II L
\
h pimp .and the Faster. ... Lex "Oieen. Inch I
Staike Garden Club < urdnv. ,afternoon il :3 o .h..k. j Spcer Mis
rl .ix keeping in $tl'pa.lth is :Mrs L F Dlnkin,
Monday night at the home color- and! the Junior depnrlnipnt I i fXIIII OK Til \S K4
"met ,innf, t the \i by
Gladys Mooty Mr Paul Raymond with Easter. meeting. at the chuuh Tlml'-\'
*
of C"I'i the many .. \| Z (.;1'1&10'-
Hazen and Mrs i k gg day iifti>rnoon after Four Grass Fires Th. family of try
Phone M, F
: 964-0651 Mis for this
I Kk 'f'ait< '> pljtnneit Riiatmr baskets. to bo I their ,,
\ as cohOateaeeMMrs. prepare ford' whih to express( nep
Carter ,
-- Msxle I milf' \ rottng one Convnlvscent Four Grass Fries
fi.1t. Young first Miepresident ilistilbiite, "' I\t the Tvus for the ninny
R F S 'hooloili' appreciation
Church (
\ i
t\1lwtt..t
'1 IM .
\ over themeeting II homer domln! the ,n.<'u'
Helms-Lewelling presided for I kind wn'iU and.
Nichols-La parties' pinnned Stiiikifitv. 1"111'10"111\ \-
rhinih
t v>n and Mr*. Raymond andYuMrn At I the KlrMt rUiptiit I I, pie have; lendorrd", :; during our
,. reek the Toddler ,to 'ttl'Ii'ut. UHII xii-s flue calmI
Wedding Date Set the devotional on EasterThe the youngsters C"11birth |!j I hear of( 1 boreiwement We ..*-
EngagemenTbl l< gave iL; ,lepartments hud an I this t wick line orciniKl\ 1 a.
E. T old enJoM-il nn egg
Mrs.: foulenrw
of the nice
resignations ,, perullly nppiiuiiite all
1 morning Simdn\
unit\ Wdnd: RonV Pi ill SI I in
The wedding plans of MisMa and Mr* pe K hum at the church Thll..III.t made
Mrs. president I haul |(flowers i mil vlnlts
: isle Myrtle?. bols f Prevail as + ''II ''i."mo. of. Mrs. Charles i'rimuuvend "i nil'" two iMiiiinil' n milon\
Helms of Staike and third viiepreslilont 1 t 11, ...111.; while the this
Stailce announces Bill Costello as Kindergnrten d- I In i Inhum* during
engment i he .111\
Edward Levelling of FSUwere and approabig 1 were regretfully ac- gS i Uoglnner\ departments" 11.1.1Ihen I At 4 10 p m.md.y. a 1111'I
made known at the din- them will\ hunts on the >'linn'Mlk'l'linils
:
ilage of her Replacing egg
nor party given last Saturdayevening dauJr4'v\ :epted a* president! a w I, .nn Unpolled linen onVdnriwtn, \ .HIM', I In ,. I
Lucille | ;
to Jerry IW\ Law I. be Mrs.' Young
by Mr and Mrs: L. ..... son of : L.. V Hardin B- with insets of AUnoo.inut ; ...Mi.
I Mi )
Canova! at their home on .awscn__m. ___ sr_:; of andl'R.P tUlj: and third l Mis icepresidentThe S rt1p i centered. with a tlt'''- 'l'h.M'h., ..." children ti', m II IIIh. J Elect

Kingsley Lake. i I The weddingliU be n I I, nominating committeepresented viding cake renting on a PieshvnteiUn.. thimh, \ i''' i

The couple will be married\ event of Saturd.iylun-: u the new "slate, of officers ,ti-tin, rile rake was b*au- have un egg/ ; hunt >uul, i psrlt> II I
April 17 at the home of :Mis 4 yearpresident. : 'u 1' diHoin'cd. : with rluileir. ) afternoon ""I t I ," h'k i
Xrlilav
In coming
p. m the the
FBa : for lOr'
Helms' brother-tn-law and Church! with a teiitlon I, Mis L. V. Hardin: teplmnotls. showeis.. nn the h\uih grounds -.y Art Holiiday
sister Mr. and Mrs PT..,. lowing In the chuli rec flnt'I'epr"KI".nt.! Mr*. A. 11 ow satin ttbbnfla and All the Siindiiv'. RII.'I ,do l lpiiitinentM
NoUn on Pratt Street tlon I buildingI "second, vicepresident V il MiluM-TUlle; At thtc of the KIIMI' 'h,, ,,
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An attiacthe pink ani Miss Nichols is a\\grad: Russell. Norman. Mm John Manning; It' N Of the table weerVWwt than Church p\rll"'\ipnti!' ''I I "i' m County School Board
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white 01fi
ciearrnts
color motif c atlniiiluip .
was ranted mil pm'V"i't..uhty '
of BUS and the Mrs. Tyler I'ili'i: egg hunt i
Uiti-iiitt I t'1'"s .
out in the flower third vice-president v "hcn-d, rau>ttlor.s, satin '
al'I'anlleI I Florida. and !is pre '(IY n recoiling secretary \ nflein""m! '' 'nu District", Ni. 3
ments placed] at vantagepoints Jones; \\v and' puffs of illusion
,
English teacher at .ad J Do\le: corresponding i norh" gtntintlsMuilol VOTE: rowPROOfttSSIVC
The buffet dining table High School Mrs. J. D Mr*. Charlie c '-ted ullh small wcddnvb Uit\' "'s . ,.mil HI' ,nder''I.s A VOTg sos ANT HOLV.ID I. A
was coveted with necrelarv. < and loops of white satin : : COUNTY SCHOOLS
a handsom J Kii: 'tunrv'
Mr. V Stink
V
Lawson from '
is a sr.j.. Mrs' 'i
lace cloth over pink linen BHS and CumbeilandCon| Coen The treasurer new officers will ti ,tort mioVPit, ..n Kn: ,,ll" egmil nunl\, ____/R__a-----..... _..____. .. ,. ,r
cnkiO
centered with pink and white Hares 11 front! ol the wedding' Thurmliuhome "1'' 'II' (:,,'ntly Appreciated l
Ky and now teachlimerclal Ct- at the May meet ,I I picnic four Pale nail NuppurIr' 1
installed
o'
sprIng flow entattle I be he' tuble was a spray and, Mrs' 4 tVI
..-0 _. subjects an, la 3. ofIt
Cindy Canova presented coach at BHS. --- J 1 Init.Mrs. wall given pel'\\. I e'' eel Cvmbldtum uivhlds in- I IliiiiilUnn. '"
the guests Easter baskets Ko bin \ Norman ti< Hpersrd with puffs. of tullia
inside of which were Invitations are mission. to spend $23d't11; ,/' : A ii showers of I narrow satinrohnu \ -
with the couple's eggcapsules sued, but al) filends ank I rtlives .\'. library book...Afle to let the {rl riyr

wedding' announcement. vltcd to of the couple at' moli" Garden Club combine II The ,1'iilongittpii buffet .was..

The 24 guests Included ', attend ; o ,.'lath' the Starke club to puton .. c,'nteird with\ .a flln-siigpcd" I

members of the honoiee's -. the show inngement i of whit glade Last Minute

family and a few close. lends Easter StoYF: i Mr*. Young presented, a Susan Slade Weds James F. Garner Jr. ,m'k and IIYP"oph..lh'" Into ,
Including Mr. and Mis\ Bill program, on how to mage a "hlch1'1') linked. sweet pink
Cotton of Hastings and Mr Depicted... flower how Those. taking<< In Jacksonville Church, SaturdayThe uillps.! Tills was (flanked on l

and "Mrs George C. White of ....tlan Youth FeMowa part were Mrs\ J. D. Doyle'. i they side by u (Ive-brnnrh\
Tallahassee a candlelight service Mrs L. V Hsnlm and Mrs wedding of Miss Susan i I rxqulMte handmade. linen and rd antique candelabra, holding

'1ctlng the Easter story it Paul Raymond.iuring Slade and James FianctaOiirner lace handkerchief It \\aaCR" burning whit, l Ialerson i

t the Sunday evening service. the! social\ hour the Jr .was.. solemnized In led by her paternal grandmother the t..rrlas. plucedthe .-_...
BurRe After the chuici service tile hostesses. nerved a dessert the 1 presence of the ImmediaU at her wedding and' table holding the brhlv'a e
R.ltalAt CYF went to the home of Uor- families and few clone\! friend- also by her mother Her good hook which was pienldrd) over Wdrbh:
course \
In Piano orothy Mlxon fur a "oclal1''dur at ten o'clock Saturday. morning luck piece wits a petite .solid by Mrs Michael 1 Oltrlen. sis. I / ,

Baptist L'hurrS! ing the remainder of the t,'eve March :21. In the Chru>. gold wishbone,. a family heirloom ler of the bride TIM simple I- 1 '
Plans
enjoydrefreshment St. Mark's Catholic Church o" Her only jewelry wm. .a ti
the King 'f
rt ing;. The young folk !! but effixtlv, decoration for :
Bulge Searing was piesent- *, game and Easter Egg HuntAn Jatkvuivllle lnale pearl on a gold chain 'i I the table was a single low (J V
ed In a piano recital by the ing taco| 1 I Mrs Gamer Is the daughter a gift from the groom candle holder holding a whitecandle iff1IG

First Baptist Church las Assisting i were Mr{ a.\d Kaster! egg hunt will beheld I of Mr. and Mrs Thoinn-. .. Miss!! Judy oainer sister of i and U.'C."ltI\ \ a bow of /I !
Sunday night This was tht Vlrfr'l' Jordan ipunsHirs. Mist at St. Mark's Kplwopul; I How ell Slade. Si. of Stark the groom was. maid of hon- nylon net and satin ribbons, rs r

second In a series of recitals' Elaine CoMoft. Rev and, ;:Mrs. parish house at 4 p.m. Satur Mr. Garner Is the son of Mi or She wore a stiet lengthdress Uuuta t were then \Invited Into 0ia,.._
dedicating the church new Bob Badgett and Ml'*. Fl. M day. March 2*. All childrenare and Mrs James Fiancls! of whit and blue purrsilk the garden. whet. refreshments +
Steinway concert grand Th' 11",111.Voman's. asked to bring six egg' Garner. Sr of Tall. Timbers with whit" .t'"l&Orll'I: were served The punch. ev

entire program consisted of "and a basket Mra. Edward I Md. and carried a cieweiU-shiM"' t table was. covered with a r" '
MEW
composition by Fiedrlck I, Burns and Mrs\ James Black- Father Larkin performed bouquet of California daisies, white. embroidered organdy LUXURIOUS LOOKING h i

Chopin.Mr. \ Club'Board 1 shear will be In charge.. the nuptial vows in s doublering satin leaves, and nylon net. cloth over satin Sliver puw'h
Searing played masterfully To Meet :. ceremony In a netting of Mr Ounirr. had a* bent. m.nIW'ii bowls flanked each end of lh' BLOUSES
,. WelUnd of rxlngtan EASTER
compl.tecontrol giant mumsand
exercising: white gladiolas table xirlng were Mlw t '
over the dynami" [; David Penoyer Jr. stock against a background Punk, Md. Usher were linger"' Jan Adam, Raibnia, Illankriwlilp
range and virtuosity of this The executive board of th!' Entertains Friends of Jade trees and HtrlckUnd of Jacksonville Ilind. Lewis. snitMrs '
music His undemanding: of Starke Woman's Club1.\ ]i other greenery and Joe Garner of Tall Tim (ktll. Shaw. lc, (' (rated Chvate yours from. frilly, w ,tailored 99 j

the rubato style of Chopin meet Thursday afternoon. ,. l David Penover Jr celebrated Mrs Randal. Chilly of bets Md mints. flute petit foiitu situ street Inltretllnq new colin
and' I .Apr 2. at 3:30: p. m. at tin birthday Ava HUd. mother of the 1
was undeniable WAS his Mth Saturday Stoke. soloist sang Mrs sandwiches. were. served' dur\ IfllIl\lul ,IsbrksIn aID
beautifully displayed club :Chouse. evening with a party for 2(1friends l 1 Maria and The Loid Prayerccompunled ,," bride chun for the .weddlrtv.. lim tint. r....ejf...iii hourstreeing ttylet. \ new etty Marjorie 1 inert sheath dress with colors stripes pUdi arid
by Mrs a blue ( ,u-I. lit 111* doyenof solid .
''Thrift'.Shop held on the Hodge at the organ. matching( iriuiorl0. H.corsage .*- T TIM 18. ,
) I The party was the IWIIIMI were' Mr. prints SlitS 31 ,U ,4. _
Recent Births 1|i rnn>'rr patio. on Morgan Owen in mitrrlag by her was. of yellow c,mbldluro \ .. end Mrs. My"l> MlnoUlT
To Hold SaleThe l la bride was lowly in t> ,
Knurl The teenager enjoyed father the aunt of the bride' Th r*
Bradford County Hospital wiener roast dancing: and a formal gown of Impalt..aFlu..r Mrs OsiiKvr. mother, .! ""t r..lvlIll1118\ was composed of
announce* thAfoHnwtntf\ birth: Thrift Shop on Court during the party hour. de> Bouquet of ChantillY groom wore a subdued blu" the bride and gitxiin, and their 'HOVIf STAR '
Mr. and Mr*. Richard LeChe 1 street uponnored by'the Ju- games to ten o'clock. lace over tissue taffeta witha flowered print .with.. whit. acremwulr I FAMOUS

..**r. Gslnen'tlle. a son' nlor Woman' Club I I. having I five scalloped sabriius neckline Her mr...* .was a parentsMrs IJurd'" Lewis of Wll

,I Richard Lee Ct\e 19. front. B to 12 noon. Egg the long bodice which formeda Mrs W A' fUId, grandmother brIde. Invited guests Into the :
Mr and Mrs. Tommy Franklin The sales' from the Thrift At 'Country Club V shape In the back The of the bride' wore a dining rain .5 '

GriffU. Starkc. a daughter. Shop support all of the club' > voluminous skirt was attached. navy and whit" jacket nut Mrs 1) C riirrhsnd of Al,

Karen Lee March 20. activities Including The StaikeJTJolf and Country to the fitted txxllre which\ '' with accessories to match Her hany. O. and Mrs Wslte 2"

Mr. and Mr*. Earll K' Ball. charitable and their t Club nnourie..t plans for terminated l In, a cathf'dral'! corsage was a purple Cattlelays J ark sun of ll.conU l. (laaunu

.y. Lawtev, a son. March 24 the Dental Clinic an Easter Egg IlurtOIor tots train Th lace lowers( on the. mehld of tI\. brute. rut liar lI.i I ..... NYLON HOSE r rerr.
:Mr and Mr*. Arel Vernor 1 two -adopted dallhlen.t up to ten years of ace*. U' ( beheld sleeves l and around the neckline After the servlc the bridal wedding rake tt.a..a. .. C, r. T ttlIK

Rhoden Ralford a son. Marc' Bunland Training Center In on the club grounds At 1 were centered with hand part left for Hlaike where the Mis Charts Hswyer sister.. 'p 1 PU.

24. naln."I1I.. and MarUnna. p m Sunday !March\ tt I\awn rd pearl The gown brld's parents .l\t..llalnl".1! of the bride. Invited gu".t4 trimbudtln 98 1.87I
Prizes will. be awarded. and refreshments taunt' by the bride Mr Char. with a reception. st their Into Ih. garden where re,.. Eleq.nfly -

It'I'.d.lIauger.Jarvis. woni. by her litter. Mrs. Oiars home on .Rat. Call HtreTh fmhmvnta. were served I mad. beelike segtnllttpldn'/. tetvnleil/ tfrtlckly ".

Madison Street Baptist Church )1.. Aawyer. for her Ilk weddlitu.Illusion fover allrartlvrly and living dPl'OraLPc11, rn nIwere I| Others. assisting were MrsJ Ill( White, Wick ii j "''''IS run retltttnt, Giunnp -
vet of ( .
Her pun '' Wainwright. Mr. K I.M.Uh
MM Block >\'. Madi.e; \. Street I fell from I JuIlletU/ bridal with arrangements of stork, It -., Mr*. J A OrlftinMr red In this 12 f.t M. 'kid .rfetl. Hew, shades In

Rev. \\. M. ni'.VI11N.. FactorCOMM Arne N Haiigrr Jr. *"n of cap of Chaittiy)) lace and embroidered i gladiolas, glint mums and *. AIU'. Anderson Mr iliet' I'I.to 11.Women's .

-- t .. SUNDAY 'SERVICES: Mr and Mr. A ft' ll.ug.r In sided pearU Sew typsnphelta Arrangements of Utl..U l l Turner and Mr. |j.
,
cnfHhpd boor tullt and spring flnwer weretired
MrlMinl of fltsrk. w** recently marrl carried a Ian llaldwln Miss rvrlrnMlnrlslr
.::43 A. M.4uadey Ht to MU Emily Jsrvl. Th! varc rut of fish cymbmium- orchids st vantage. P"nU In the $ posed rice\ best of
11:00 .\. :M. -!Morning; Uomhlpll interspersed wfHi puffs dn where the tlfta were dl -
Md Shoes
living In Salisbury and blue tit Dress
...... pink
.: P. M.-Training t. working of nylon lull, wrilt tlnlfoavN played on tables covered stilt Um.
where Mr llug >r I 1& After nndmg sum
7.30: P. Mt.I.C: HarWilpWEDNESDAY for Chrta-Crtft. and spray*" oi Impelled' orgsndy clothe. over ...tinr.u'llt with their a usi*, the bt':.'. r
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: : SERVICES' Italian seed parli at lntr*'la with while end groom left. for s .edltll'll C,rp'i shots are funousof f f"hltn.lIlI"nt.

7:90: P. M.MMweek UorvtilstAND (..... Paid far G....... (!.MUI The bride carried. th/"t satin rtM,..nsTh trip lo a Miami\ and other CMiftft tnd nt. Mu
nr.: orn uri: :'o\ir.: m.KMT: - fat I.C'e Ins) lh. bride wave a skirt' arulovvrbknM

-. :-;: .., ''L" 'i' -:- :;. -g;:: : ,;... ." '//jI": ; ;o...,,"< ., !! cif citron yellow of. Site 4 t. 1t-
== == --= rroncri her'purled
with a
"- =-- pure silk
}Mk.t of Angora. brush !.. 0., lore I..
1 I 5.VJ! K.: CAM.I'HONt :yT knit and strcci rt*.. .to m Uh f.tff., .S M.ie.ls" ,

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DAY WEDNESDVY:
Vvm their return they' wll.

andChemical rid* In JwkKitivlU where

both are students st JsckxmI '

i Co. I UnirrltrMr Easter

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SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED (JoII town ,tests ,trw,had..
NEW .4 Mr and Mrs J P (Lrri.f Wttfc '. weal f Vki ho we*" ftiifi.tr .

rte Miss. lsdr ()stns Je.G.a. *>rt. ...41 ied. l_(*ji fslJofrt/ m 49
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-I SPORTS 1 ,1 Poor Trackmen Showing; Give Gels Se Job .. 1 ':;

Praise Seymour's
In ''Big MeetTornado UF C o es ,


I '" trackmen made It Def Jre Secondary Work

rough on Ocala: last week -

e w winning two meets from the t sf/jr:/ the Vnlver"
;) Hal
Class AA bur
; squad they scored punter:
barefoot
only 21 points In the Btet- of Ftorlf lon'
a
'' '' Btl. ..s getting
., -lJ''i i1tI I non-Mainland Relays In De- .look from at otenslve back dur-
land,Saturday, a poor showing spring d.ms by
T In Inr cut t
\/.1f )
'.
'II"! "" ..r; the Oa squae\\
: season. Graves.UP .
,, t AccO g to Ray
:"It ....-' h coach the expe -
David -
; Involving
/ being tried
w
ment
last
t nextfair.
could pay
.' kept I SVuour. dividends\ for
.' pgest!'!
ed '
t football squad.:
; i.7I4 SeXur. bent known as abaref 1
as ,
tougher +ted punter who averaQed00.7 -
a kick. as a sopho'
the

bin don't (' ( 1'res'a/nan T"1""K'e, :' .dawn. lh. ,, : rrforrt s a 1963.defensive is noW secondary operateIng
local naduea'/ 13.3: F* left unit one In the fJI, spec(c list. while Htlll handling .
tart
Fri Uay. The hull hail Just left the bat for Ie. char:?s.
One tgalealneeond,; hit of |the duty, when the pus III
photo gas I' In that nela'
i. Bn.ppd. arise
blems
Hurse > -
1t I though ( I*j jpliire i !m Lrat Loss II I 'i the ball without then leather must pounds when football practice

I \ right foot last fall
I 011s back on started
Tom ;; i lii! up as a defensive Billy Klnard the new Florida ,-
heave I'I'I th following\ down. Unpro- defensive backfield coacn
+ high | Diamond Scj L Nipped 1 tee-d toes are not exactly cleaiift the thinks Seymour can be worked
the
7-6 under
beaten I I to stick end. Se'mourn' into plans for the Oatot

by two :! oIL ...... r 200-pound! !, secondary, next fall. ..
who :' Pushing across three runs In the last half of the 1 ',fauna. i "To play in the 'secon"arm v
inning Tuenday on two hits, two walks, and hits. ?.. side from that handicap. )' "you must be able to
: the nlnjr. ,IX. Staitor. and fan| Seymour has many traits that react. That's an absolute
I wild throw
H St. Augustine nine tumbled Bradford tmtnVn- '
s Class. A but Falcon was theamt&' ..,hit make him a natural since the offensive folk
must.
ba eballera from the undefeated ranks .
with 7.6 comei .nalv
I ite m d t 1 I 1 I
1IHJ4 Ilrarifuril High golf /team U unite touted after eumpk-tlnjr four mulrhPN. Membem year. :( *.***-i.v _tint.*1 n/1 win_ I nado to hit twice. The Jacket.MM, to p.u.tii !P know which way they are go-
The planning to beat Palatka:' tacked on a run In each of tin.r. "'sndary wo k. and you don't on defense
of the team are (1-r( front Or I Ing
row) Flip ahem, Itli'hunt HoMm, Mini llutlil 141101! mask 1 A wild pick-off throw U.econd thi-;'* .the fastest man on good reaction -
a sisals : has
and sixth
The Tornadoes scheduled firm third fifth
row! ,Mike "Hlicpimnl. Harold, Idnlinp, Herb Nrlnon.like41111.. lit", and Hurry Klrlh. the bate by Tornado hurl. to meet the Maroons are on I innlnim to close the Ban. 1: and reattinimps'; the highest: t. "Seymour, great speed and you
they < Mark Hamilton allowed th I I Emmf'tt '' to the ball w\ell as anybodyexception ( couldn't throw. many
Freshman
Bradford Field this afternoon Akrldge certainly
Meets Perry Tomorrow I run to score. The ball I ( of BrUeV powiblaa.nd <
f inline* at 3:30: In another conference now 1-0 curve balled the Tornadoes Alley Ooop passes against him
I
the dirt a dozen feet' In Allen'Trammeff.( of ,e tt
I any-
lay RO. to a 12-2 win over because he'd (set up over
aId Hal' of the second baseman Mannings young charge Santa Fe last Friday on Brad-;, Graves. "He's got wond..1'f'reaction. ( and catch the ball. OfF
Golf Teals Undefeated In 4 \ nd /scooted! past him glvlnj, l' speed and 'knack other Hem
Mulches and 'batted 10 men in the first ford Field" In a game which! there's one
i! ., Yellow Jackets a free paIn breaking on the ball. you m*.. the secondary
Tony : Inning Tuesday, scoring roueruns saw the Tornadoes wallop 141 tfor have In
1 I Conferences j jI I r '
i i in the a Florida Star hiati and *' ,... testing Hal on
Seymour is also
: Undefeated on three hits-two of hits. Falcon nad 4 for 3 and jumping
In four matches par 38. Richard Hobbs and after a hud season of bankerball both I I I iI I If them double! by shortstop third baseman Wayne Me- barefoot for the UF track this in spring oils*_you have
: Including;' two wins over, Barry Firth ,each shot 41 and I "
shot a 3-under-par 80 i.to hit folks tackRight "-...
: finally caught Leod another freshman, itenm this spring. His most recent
state champ Gainesville 11111.1School. Mike I "Experience Donald Falcon and pitcher went -
Sheppard hit 43.According over 18 holes while L however.
qualifying now. It look
group 4 for 4. and level was 6-&. only two
Tornado with us Coach John Hamilton. The tacked on one! catcher Dwight
golfers quail. to PI'O Homer Mm self as, top Ruin for they I as If Seymour's biggest problem -
3.073 Elder inches shy of the SEC record.
:
and
each In the fourth and fifth centerflelder Greg
a fled yesterday to meet Perrvon Wood, who Is training the Perry match. Richard Hobb, said of the loss, "I'm Is putting on his shoe
clocked frames and left nine stranded Reddish had two each. Falcon's The athlete
,
the Starke course Friday BHS golfers the boys are justgetting also recovering, from, ba lut. '' onds oft ,' discouraged\ all. We'll husky who : between' snitching roles from
on base compared to StAUllusllne's bat came alive as he Marred In football and tracK
: at
3:30.: used" to golfing again ball qualified In the second punting to defense If he
bad
i i event. all right, The boss felt slammed and 'at
a triple double
five. a BHS. stands a shade over
Latest win for the Tornadoes '
after a lay-off since last um- pot with an par-T2 I masters this, Florida might
e was. a nine stroke victory, mer. even over by the. time we got back Hamilton 2-1 l went all the I in two of his trips to the: ,,8-2. and now weighs 205., s I
the 18 holes Barry. Firth 1st I train a defensive back for
: 183-172, over OHS last Fridayon '"Their game ls coming number three and Mike Willis |' lay time took of : Staike they were. already WRY for Htarke allowing ven 1 plate. 140-pound gain over his 165 1984.NOTICE.
the home course I back." Wood said 1
Wednesdaynoting bumped Mike Sheppard for
'seconds '
: Harold Bishop was low man I! that Harold Bishop' j' fourth spot Filday. .
time. '
for the locals with a two-over- : rwovei'lng. has 'golfing,. form .. '

Rae. We took 4th place honor '".,,,1" for each foursome> the 1'I
: InONS'i in a field of 17 teams i The Ladles Golf Association Iv: i I I I I !

I. We are now looking forward
and WOODS I to having tie) Gqlf Catered. that day, whlrh Will; squad ;,.
round Tournament herb! I leave most golfer free to par. onard -

: I April 0. Thl* 'tournament will j I IooiiMlst tfclpat In the tournament. i I Pan Tom. To The People of Starke and :.the Masse at Large
r 'of entries from Palatka We hud our t>*.i"! meeting of a .
Deland, Inverness and the year last ThurMUny with fourth |
Rlark; I would Ilk* .to *e* nlVt About 14 member present,: Cell the only I
.. i the ladle of the Ladle Golf I|T rwtH"Kf was .hotel l pr..tlI .. a \..
Association alga up and play'I dent for 111114-111\ and win Tie\I of 14a': Worths5ELL50UTENTJRE
I In this 0 hole tournament a,,HNteil) by: Carolyn' Naves. best! to ; "

April 4 we are having a vice president. .. : Kmentln ln-) ,
.. guest day which will include I mark secretary: Iva! Hrnlth.trcn The ,
a fh! fry 'and' .. 'holes found I .nrr: and Jan, Thomas brluhtrr

,.. \'Ii I of toll. So ell of 'you olfri and VlifflnU. Shunnon, ..lIre, i vrr.meet', y I DEPART PENT STORE TO
get a friend and tee off.HOMER tore. I II f
I I by .
1 i '
I The AH<>cli"tli">n voted" lee, 91 .
for
: Ity, IIO.MKItOOI: : !),, }I sponsor\ it queen 'rrtiijiilnte' t'it r and I
AA.., the Strawberry Kentjval.. ) rAnd' again '!ra.'h Dales'Wi 1a111sC.
\ Jane Adam. was arloctrd for[ lain" : ---
: Mrs.'Robert' M. McRae;'our thl honor The mrmbvrM will I meet I Bowling Champions

local shot-maker, brought r I also. maintain, the cnurnnnlun With I INC.
home medalist honors In the 1 i booth at the Fair. did
U they
: a Oi-la' Trn|>liliH, wen* |presented| lest. week to tiMMiinrrw, ..f the, '
first round 30 hole 2nd In. |IN.t fall.Thank. ' I.lUliUona1. Oolf Tournament ?art ill, to I the men who pletely iMiHlIni Main wlnnrro of the .Men' ('mnlll<( Go!
''e held this past Tucaday, and I gave their time last Hatuniiyto I, AA Iscue. I haml.k.h'I'| '| I'ktiiml with I liMllvhliml' ) and t.ptn t tro-
Wednesday. Mrs. MrKae Carolyn lay the pipe on the 9th I took phles. are l row. tram. Irft-Kkhnnl. .Mul/t>, ,\1| tiregery, amt l lIlitnilil COME AND SEE FINAL SALE

: cored! an 84 to take one I fairway Of Ullr.., thin will I MiuN. tn"l raw I from I.ft-Marlon. *>lrr. (1i.rllrJohn

stroke lead of the field. Playing prevent u* front planting tauten d.,. I *., sail ( Isle. Trr"III..("". r.lilrr. "had 1 high ...ln..lr funw,

: : very good golf recently, ..* atop each /fnionml ,of iltrt. event : high series and hlah mt-n. ..c.. Put I I.* had. mv(ml high .%.'.(*'. ''
s she aim had an ,84 in Mon I It ur./ne flies to e.. so>1 'The ladle voted to "*|i<>nnor". i I only I 17 pln rvrrwv. .brlwcrn. flrm""Xntl ....<...! pl.r..
day's Pro-Lady event In i j many ladles playing| golf l IaNI | the Pth fairway, by the way I 120- | : I 1 BARGAINTHURSDA
Keystone. I wish her the boat! i Thurmluy. With the warmer The annual K*.I.r.egg hunt -3. I flat6 I rid 30
a in her' final round. w. thor. hop to HP* more out for "tot to teeii*" will b. held JOO TryAt Cun-t lilt 31.
: In the I'ho Lady I had with 1 each wvk. Pleas. try to sign I afternoon :3 I J '
,Sunday at, O'clJ'I'k. : BOWLINGLEAGUES IVO'm I *"' li.y :,11't 4I' "
e me. to represent I tarke. Mr.. i up for the' aolf-A-ltuund event I Come and bring your banket. 110:3-1 .:r@ndr.ws' 14'iifta. 50>. 45': ./ FRIDAY SATURDAY
: Lillian Bishop.' Mr*. Virginia' im April 9, All the goiters I1 J There will be prl*.* and re. : ; : Murrhce lit*. 4* 41 -..
a Shannon. Mrs. Marlene 1 should pUn M piny on that> freehmenl. I D W Auto. 44 SO Now (it your Chance
Wood. and Mrs Ortl 1>.10. >.day so we will have a Stark' Don't forget to sign\ up for i MO FI 'n..lrn.n's hilt 43 53 To Save (OnBOY'S I MENI I DON'T MISS' I 1TIMlIH'S

a | 1:370: ( Well F.le .._ 42 ft4 HUSKY
: ford. 1 I 1 1T"II.WII"f I!I Sleepy Hollow 4O M | [ SUITSValu
u'r.: & REG. SUITS
440 I Starke ell 33 IIJ J
944.1.; Cat\y\ downed. /Andrew. I < t to
Willard E. Williams ,l LO >>>ruK_ with )r. JarvfSi bowling I,i,1 (41..r. l.E \.t.t: Value. 319.1 I :'
3J $-4 .erl. In la. till.. Tw .: The J .V .'r.* won 1s. point $;B SlD( ..IInI'I; 15
'to
I Lntjtvi this. f r.k. while', over the Rebels. In the Thun-

: "Your Friendly Former Deputy" PUrks : Moor waa high- for the lily Morning Coffee LK. < J22.91VomVa"* ANDU
*..\ ..**,. with. 'till **t. U t>>>.UUI l last week with M.. Firth' 4SIerle .
.. 32: *-. I ".... .... the ft/10 split for .. being hi.>" for the win, and 1 Long ::0.11";'

9483: ; ) /Uatewiy /I. ner. T. .;1111".. a au II. toga \ ."U r .\ s Mile TrtMt Con.trutlon and II' )| 413 for tHe Rebel

.. I I HI, I'i ** .)'. llutlow i won 2 point,, S. dtinctocv had hluli .rrt4A < DRESSESReduced 1lhileThel-Inrt! !: Men! nUT .that Pair

: .. ask your support in his Cra w I '&1'11. n. 9 prow had 347 Seth.s. to Pace .,the H A !I." ir .' H I tS.J: fir
Shot the while K 114,.. >Uj.lr '.8 win over, the Key : t lu S ll (,JukkUat
for Sheriff. 10V" ; '\ k led }. losers. a-tl4 '.toner*. L. White> .'onver:* campaign '
:
.
t: Dc,." I / the 9lu pMt. while I Trl

a 1.: .. Well' rtctrte. had a i-lj a sue. w*a high with 404 fat $$4 and $$5 VaL'In 1.111 Von Can Uear

lie will" HHve unlirinnljr for more UP*. I[ over Hem 'Jewelry thank.,j the Kervtoner. All :Slier; With a.porl CoatSlacks '
U I U. n."w.n'i 461 i eerie I). I Th. TVacap.. won :3 point *to l Iii i 1 O. & Pant
effective and rffiffont law
more estr'a I Hud {, C"Oft".a the $oT pUt. from tIM Cool Cat. S. 1 I.<**.. .\hn (.coup at '
!If.t1.( A I. \ ... In S7.9-
furrtmrnl In lira J ford County. --.1 I Wells while M Woorftmm C ..11* had M? Mjttt wtteu forth M.1XVliiU th last. nngr<
Pol l. .. a au; set tar lh. losers111.a'lmati. ,tI Teacup while. U Wlak"er S hop Far: tJ "
103" I I K. ;1T> .eri.aI i .led. tIM .losers. with 31'4 Ins the Tim 'to KuyChildren' .:.. AI.SOBoy .. Now $2 97

'-* ire "bellette thai conduct, both I"'riMnal Ill. I I' .... hi*Ik for OaarfmaiT. OuU -la......* V% L. Shoe -

.. t and official vf all l4X-. J HI'*, .. __ _. f4' St. ** Hushy I and
b. e
roa- ,
;
orer
prrMNiM It ,.a ( It* S-t win D A: NV Aa. Hur a :Supply al 1KUI'ric
'aut (but ..___.,: 15 13
'.. }Z netted. with. the offlc ahuuld reflect |t.v- J VT.M hili...'. 300 ant Keystatuere .___ 13 14Teacup At t .1 f-2 PriceChild' RCR. Sport Coat __ <<*__

the diirnliy of the offlc Mil the V.." M. .ro.f.r .. ... ._. 13 14 \alun to ':Z...O) Another n"lJr.ill For

4441-, ....4 .p the ..S4rut for It ... L'. _u. 10 nn. l'td.n1 U3 Mm (hurt
s : la-'It
80 ..... .... ... ._. _. 1t. 11.4 $6 j and $
$8
Iff tKlie* ** that .the office U 'M.* .1 f t JO..0--1, i Murrtie* IniniramIM.I a I, Shoe Sport Shirt

I public trtittl. and that the fief. duty 554>-1. i, -) win ever mark M. vital!Softball Bases FOK > p0Only n.&i Ifs

of everyone ""'"ft..tr
.
fire' I I.* 'to SKItVK: : THE "ITIU.IO. Lawson 8I*> 1; the wtna.r*. r iota ...... Kapler S>eclal'? \\0'"_." ..

3'137- 4 III for. t%e a.-n. Sr.rs) softball buss's ar f, \lH": BLOUSES "lew'. C..II.
...... W I. nd..cnc
_r1I\ from r.qulpme.tused
My ,only proml office- and l'OUlnt;. \" flwaywTHTIIKIt( : WK: !11.1. 11ISWILLARD Mart .Ise last **
351 JJ...-U- -I: rtUBn41H--> s Ireet.rr Pvsea .yew VaL |tr !Sr3" t. 10 Vea i I,k.. 5. ('.).r, Ul. (huliljrM

tt* for tXwu< CUMnrr' a 144'1 !,/ ancMUncvtl Utfci w k ant t L XI, Si I-
Mil '' >> >>*..*. III 4"- -,. !'bU.) rtked that I he. b.. OLXt. a.a"' 3 For $$1 4 I SI .87

SHERIFIIIM ?Wet 1. IItt- -. of IMP _a''_' "of M(.W Oief*A.taw.+aaa.w4qasrr .JL 1'.lr 2 FOR SJ.OO

FOR JUab: Jp.-I'htpp S' 4" e.... awed ." x -\ rear
WILLIAMS' 3 rt.f'I"\ : 1 e.-a- Same Location Dept.
... ( waa\ V salt .t&nrd* *nd bat aJrrexft .brfttn" te.aaee\ WORTH'S
w' Ap<.J' aro.I1ft; ;) 1".1I'! ...... .n4 .* ts- r 'drd. 1 111 E. Cal! SU StoreFormerly
d rut Ad ) at, 1 p. J C"'r4: ITT 4 .
I i Starke. Fla.Kpr .
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...; m.n' :M4RCH 26. 1981 BR.\nrORD rot-NTT TEIJEGRAIMI.: STARKK.: FLORIDA -- 1'.Uil; FIVE
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., "'II"n 'ii..** ,1> *A loi .. S "ii '
1 Mint f > .1 l that 'tin' s
I I. *
Hampton Man pending the investigation The rendered by telephoning :tohighway Edward Blaisdell Limited OpeningsIn .punt.\i',.,iu'n,yi.ir.i' irHlntMl, In thiM' t 10" ii. np...l f lyil"JUtl1'C ."ul .."I'.t| In. llm," Unt.,. I''
.. Wt. :; marls will !" dr''VII itiitlatwil | | "<
from bus will\ iHiiiltlyi% )
judge also noted that the accused patrol a Political *iti| ii help in MIVItun .
man surrendered volun station. Funeral Held Local Special I I". VIHII. ('.runty 4 Qnmm..I.. -iI : '. 1 thank. It.IIt"T1,1.1':01 you\ : :
Pleads GuiltyTo I IIMVh vn nn li"IIi'\.I"l '\ blI I II run i'ofiTT "'0'"''i<''i u''% i.H:
tarily. In Okeechobee Forces DetachmentThe I bisaina.l. m..n for t* years .unilMm .. III,11111'7'' H\K

HitRunFred Williams, a carpenter admitted Zary Crawford Announcements a tmcpuyer.' ..f *ri-Mllsltiit p..nilUiii. t It iluivxnunMUIIity xiloiUr NOI'M: I.: Tic ner615I" :: : .
fleeing on foot after the EdMkard B. Blalsdell: Jr. Special Forces detafh- :;:: \ I hvrlty foi 'I'nunix minotintt,I'KiiimlimliinI 1511 tnililnt > I I Irrnll .'.*... .....U.,.*<

car he was driving wa Involved -, 46. of Okeechobee'., Geed Sunday mvnt, Florida National 1 Guutil, j I ,If i-lntoil yniir Oiinnly. I'mn. I I 0r. Hi>....tItoiA "I'ollnl 1 Iit"IIid' t .1 iooiiniy i I f...Mnly. Klurhlni. In t fcnnerryKilwitnl .
MlUnlKIKT I .h..11| UlrlVO til ,.
66 Services I
I I'atrli inlllUnilI'liilntlff
25: of in March a accident : &u1a11'ltalI' located In Starke. hits openIngs .nt IIIIKVI in tin* MsyI'rlmuriui I
Williams. Hampton "
a I in The Good I I.pcrnw'' with III. other' "I'oiu Jtillu H ilillllaniliuf ,
'have I b.cn VI.
I a i-
pleaded ffuilly in Alachu.i Fairbanks in which Peter Hospital. West Palm Bench for a limited time, for ..1'( .'..N .MIIKIIIKKIn '. .niliMliinerii. for the pr'nlreca. .andhrtlt'rnl.nt limit .of ''h. wanly r.ir .'0 ".<.. | .nU...nt

County Circuit Court to a Dingle, a Negro waa killed. Held SundayZary after a brief illness enlisted men and one officer.aetording It.I I.n..IIIK. )rnIt m\" .1011'1'nndi.ia'v' t.<. 1 1) I..of..n.ye our )oinntv 1Il1 IU'KuKlimi during ftt.rmr whit'li, 't...111.tint."' ...I.. havt and* H.*/*.1'1'' Jullf rasa/ 14 Ni.Clllllliinil 1J3.MTn I.MK''
charge of leaving the cm Williams told officers be A native of Bridgeport.' to Sgt. Wm. C. Dam- I r.-at!.rtlin I lift r.- !Ihr! Illlriiit mHr M itroilnoiirIf kn..., n inhlrt-n. w *U7 N
accident Fairbanksin went to New Orleans and was last he. had lived In Okee- pi ..lti>nl I'oiitm. I \null, like. .. <.111r5' I ibis 5IilSIlII.. :IIItlal'1111.1' elaelad, County. I'nmmlMjitnr UlKhlHml, A/*. M M., Allan moil
of an near Crawford. 66. died Conn or.Men in: '-spr i <-'*> niMireilnlli n for y*>ur Un.iritlH.. 10107
Y Vilnntn.
which a man was kill idMrs. preparing to return to his Friday morning at his home I I chrK for eight "f'.U'' $. and ,, with prior service and .our anpp.rt; | : m :the im l and I 1111113: | I .plrtlii.t my ..'' *.t. I I \ You. a, *. .ltrliv .nntlflil. than
'I former in the Merchant Stalk last year i with ulrbourne qualificationsare :tin l il n<''.<' in\ |ivilNi| to Kl\-\ I wish to nnnunv to th- fort for fair mill 'inuturlliilciinilui Hint for I Itlvotiii. hnn henflliil
Ronald Grifffo of Starke career brief Illness. resided in .
after .
Staike. '
near a > ih. .
I ui |m.ili| hnihenl tvi'"- .r tlilivn at Hrailftinl i'itiiti\, I of tin* iifr.ili or lit' ii In m' yell In. ,thi> Mbn*
was also critically inju .'1 !in I Marine when he learned in along I while serving a* guidance preferred SgU Damplermul. 1.uw ..nfi>r. .""'.I11. |,.,..niiii,'l nnit"inlimirm my ,'iiii*..lli1',% 'y for r..-rl*.tiiii u. **ntlr*. rounlv.. \ Youroti' nndlneap.rl i unwed nil Soon. and I IHUH. inil.
the same three-car cr<&. tl. I distance telephone conversation I BQrn Charlton County. I I counselor: at Bradford High He la at UM Stark. armory mill ,a uilnlniuin. ufunmv i .',.iiniv CinnmlMilonfr' from IH.,". on Slay. A wilt h.* tcrnni' you era ,enabled| lo nnrv. a > av l,
''' 1,1 the ..
Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. or- with his mother, thata Oeornia oil Sept 27. 1897. hI' School lie and his family returned each, Monday and FridA)'. Thl I hiivf done Panty>lurln, ,, mhrr > :I"1,I Ill"r. T"I hnvv rca nrviHl 1.lne l run th*In I Iii'ihinii i>< 1> 1..1." | of tin' your lompliilnt" """"', .on. nr Inn ploHdinii i'IUinU'I'' I.t .

dered a pre-aentence investigation man had been klwi; in the [ was the eon of the late Thom- to Okee'-hobee las after 3 p..n:. and will be gliulto I.[. terms,.. in .."..... cord| uih.inllnii. '' .ilty I Vase iltin, m)' l.1 I ww \V \MII.TON Attiirnt-v bean .. (Iri-vn\ .Mtnrk'
memjer of recelye ( la del. ir tnu lioiunni i>ti.t in (>ui 1 )our s.r fairs" onliulnr x |i'l.irll.i' .and fllx Hi,. .. ."I..J. l i.the in
at that
and reductionIn officer were A. and Sidney Raulerson August He was a > nlih .!., \l .
granted a accident and BI >r.- tlun In lh I. y .*lllii. l.al. At Ih* |ir.i* l-'lill .>IM'i. I llllll'*< .l 1 lf.liittitiiir : < stir* of tlir Clash of tliriri'iilt
bond from J1.3OO: to $T50: so for him. He decided to Crawford. He was a retiredfarmer the Flist Methodlch Church of tint*. apPlir.Ions ,irlniHrUiilr, ... vulv And.'. unif' I looking MM I nlll ,
Kis.iitly niir > uixlmil I I Val Silt ;
within "fI tI"p lI.
and member of tru Okeechobee. and a veteran' : I.I Korkln' : rhr Inotinx T. nit fnll.uv niiinu Jlllh
Williams could of I II"
that get out a -. .,
uliUi'
i voui will" ilI'liniltlltlnt
return to Gainesville\ and eUt'Gas theAir ,. ., "t this itiuntr, unit we arrln I"> llradh'r.l. tbunly.I M lin I the ullrvallonn. of ?i"
jail and stay with relatives Union Primitive Baptist; World War II serving! \ : ItilNplitt H| I All hills. when disc. I I .tin. it riiuJlilnif fur 1'.uetyl'.o.iin.Asnrr ' will bu Ink ii slip. "'li;
Church Fol'ce.Besides'. Hlnoi elvKtlll I mn ackl.a th. 1..1.1.. l ofmy l 1"1 Tin-Mi* fiiHavil hv yuu.Thin .
': wife. ht' II' survived THE Rioirr POINT r.r the '! I' I' 111\:1'1.11011\: I.. iiiunty' for thulr vntn ululMippiirt ,' iunty, At 'InrRVt ,hi ''he u.m.- notlfo anal) !h. ouhlmhi.,
Genie : / Surviving are his widow. hH I| way yu. writ*. Con. !I. SUM! I In IHn rumlnir (prhuarIva orallr runtnrv .., Mny 1 \. a onrit .....10 ntttok. for'. tour. >*onftolltlvi
says : Reba Conner Crawford; five! bv five children' his I .. .. I I I |ii 'd.* ta. yell, titv *'oniinnoil itiiMint-iiN. niiin, sod li-n* linn wt..ka lit the Ilr4.lfiiii1iuiinty .
I li>Mr .IIt
select farorlt ESTER
and brother. your .ffi>M. as your 1'uu'11yr.ulmis.lon.r rl'nldenl. ft iho i-iiint. I fl li TrUtrrnrtii" i,
father a
,
I daughters Mrs. Hazel RhodeLI \ MROOK FoonUln F**. TEIKr.RAPII. IIISfNle. ,l' tI "ItI I I ,, tor 'lit* \l...MMi"|ini.'itl .hit l my ev."ls..rleur.. .I.'ft.' .. niitii I hated. thin: 31th: slay. i.r yal.I'' ,
I MrfElcl.M Funeral service! were held t xm u iitnilltlnii' for r<- ... I .
Mrs. Bernice Jackson 1 and I"n111r.ve111r111, of ourtotiniv salve .Inc pc. fairly niiilrri LIa1d.1Gb
THOSE Jackson! Mrs. Merriam at :3 p. m Tuesday in the .,10., II.<,,n foi. i'.r.i\\inij. r.1111111aI.abl I secure. earls Mnd. l i>\ c11, > ,'li-niiy\ / In rite ...ffi.r otI I ,'''
i liimrixl i'ii a iMntiiiirn on, ,< of yuii. tlint, I ,inn, .ivuiluiul >' Itt?.n1 I I.sa.h.lhllllr. I W III Ml1III I .'\1t'.I"1I l A tuna
Faulker. and Mrs. Bonnie :1 Flat Methodist< Church of a. hi h I hint. h<.>i-n irlvlliHfii.. *. I II Milling. nt nil ihn.. ***,. .1.. II) Illlt- ,... ,pads ,Ii. "nr.I I ,I'ltirk of 'I1.'Irr. nit Citurliiv .
WHO Bomm. all of Starke:: live Okeechobee. with burial In Mill II M TOIt n...'.:\..n I? *'I1..! .' Ian l.r| n.'ael| .| y.Mn,, I I imNiHi. \ .ou tn, any' wily I |io..lii 1111,1, Iklltt-t" ,' Mlth 'lil\. lllttllllnil. JIIIIKI.. N .tinr. I I I' "ri
I ,I Cemetery with I heal I *..... Irad..rd. Tim I, know.: J.o1'l 'If ..uanIY Mf.'nlr \h ..HU nl,.. ? ..11.1I .k'i 1.1'i 'Ii-), h.1 i li.. it i iGl .
J II O. L.. Kenneth the Oketi-hobPe ii. p'rvlull' ,, .,
sons. <.uealy) 111eldai> In I kii-x-rr .. //cln"I''IY your. ,I Illtrl. '" il, "t >m II-' 1: ".1 III.'
and Larry Crawford, all of military rites at the 1'I\Ve- rase S. 'I 1 f.-. r on.. lli.i. l> .ro.l will .Ht'lnII': : .1..11 1M,
..
n In >i\ f 3''U < aiMilt,
KNOWUSE Starke. and Ronald Crawford. slde ':, VliTlCr V nttii: Til rn-vntt AI'Y1.1K'rr ,1'lHintlff.. \ ...frii-l Ie/1l V |'Hon ......n""I.1. I -- I

I Provo. Utah: four brother. Mr\. and Mrs T L Ca-fy of' Th. liun I. frt-vait. laritnilmii' ..' rMuii u* holrniitn. ,, ..1s11. ..III \1'1 I lt't1lt''''IIIM' >-M lC O That's Our Business
1..1 Suit I ir >-.I..a i.i ihlifru -
Tit Thlni* ,I. "'""\ niiVim IlltlUlt. 'I 11111,11 L
and T. Clayton Craw Starke attended the" funeral ,. I .
Lonnie
I Ktinll Hiiilinu h. d *vit* MOO HAV If
h.rt-hv CluMVe
Ih : ,
r* 'III.t! tlM 'I tf tiv
ford both of Stark, and where Mr Casey si-fti-d( as npalibeal'er mill for |i\i .. hum !,." nril .limini.. .* ....d. j u it KIII i-ill nml, ''a'.. .11. r.il.*>M. ..f HrN.irurtlI '
.
i .1.! .* nliinilon tn the ..rr.... CALL WRITE: or VISIT
Crawford. -tvaln-t you in Iha .hullnerved 1 .sal r
Did know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants II U tIM Odom and Sponcrr I .>r I Hi- "? 700 iHturi and. l i-iiMt nml YI, I and M rndhblh> foi i i"it i"n't' NEED'SHEA'S
both of JaduOI.nUle; one sister p..t I ''p i |>r..< I.Ir. had' r.\oi FOR ANY:' GLASS
for T Why .k. rtb &r hotMf AT* rviuirii1 'tn ir\it M ropy itrXimr Ibnlnlaalnnrr "hIH,10-1 1. In ''h.
United State cooking .,
DM .
gas ''and.rad and
lira rnolly ,
: Mrs. Jeff Lewis Starke: anr-ocr ."i pii-mlinv. '. in lit, ; rusanlY55lda' l 1 I5..rlxth'. 1'l t tiiittry
pie/s who are renponHltito for P p&I'InCI food know Boat Trailer turner II....., iirin A Urn\ 'u II""It year vista. .unit,I .uypuln, In .. I Mm, a .urn. 11 MI-t I"... GLASS CO.NOT'
100
and 20 grandchildren. t-omtnir
I: sand fill I the iirlnln.il. in III* i.fri erhnatlcsan. Ills n HII, .1| hxt. n<> i Inr..* rniin .
that gM brings out the goodne and rppr-tUlng appc7naof Funeral services" : were held ,* itf th* l-1.l trli. tf tit. llrriiliOnirt ly.I flAl., 'tnl'tvvt I ,niit, iiiiintMtt. "" '
foods and they k know its faster cleaner, more dependable ,' 3:30 Sunday In this Are WreckedA I mi itr lirfurt.. lh. till I iUttf .. I MIL "rilRVATT': 1 my n..n ,,* .tiirf>N..nt .lit. p\ ( INC.)
at : m. .
I' p. April. l Pet. ,,.ilir.. ItH. I ihv HIIrHktlilll -------- l.l I 1. whom 'nl.ur"' | .\ ,ill i iln ,, ClaM O."
and more _nomic'". Itn't It logical that *MS skooM $ Union Primitive Baptist uf MM I'ulllplAtllt: *alp, .'It.. 1111'IMt. < IKIMIoKlXI-, ..M*<1 If .1..10'.1| I .. ill nlWAV -Formerly. Joe. 1'etern
I Church with Rev. D. R. WIllie laving I lie taken a. ......,....-.. Ity yu, IllHlllu I' I\U lava tint lo. Talk i,.. ?> uto >V. UfMign Modern Stor' Treats
to Natural Gas XSTARKE of drainage) tile \
(r .
plec Thln. ire ."..11 ln< imhlliihiilitu I no .In your) D-U and i fin I i
I II and Elders B. II. RaMs and on tr.$. 3U1 truusui! STOO <. .**t.tl 5aeit) for fturun.Mt. I I hiliv, annlunre. niy, ,mnll. I.Bill.. whet, yaw r.M.l l all*| ill., ai i t tntj Just Mall IN A'' 'Pattern' For
NATURAL GAS Herman Moody officiating. trailer whon iltlv. .% *>..11. In. 'Ihllrmli.nl I It'ltiiiily I.l lair for llrixlfoiil, .. fimniv. ,Tomiil *' 1,1.11..1.| ii.. t'h., n .1.1i to
1bod ,
I damage to Tfl.*Hmih '>m"n>i "hl.,rbi i uni. ... il.i.. i I Minifthlnic Ii", TaM Top.
CITY HALL PHONE- 961-2351 I Burial was in the. family lit hit the tile rniixtnfc the l ..(\t .hated this' lulls day of Mardi ,.l*) I I. "ill'bja.j I I? in,. M..i ,I'" i In ',,I. t *", t il, I .. I I 1.11.1: :! N. W 4th PI. CrtlneJiTlH' H*. Phone FRT.t1Sf>
I plot In Dyal Cemetery under off onto the I'm I Iun''d.uu..aoee italic., 1 I hutn ..r\.i| .in ih' "let. Will, try, th'' 111' 'n .
,\ direction of DeWltt C. Jones to bHlunir Monday. pavement 1 ::' : A. LI.ti&UT. ,l.5 n-i..v ell'1\ i ',,.1111' .11|| i t".1 'Hi ...ml. >.Ypl, l>urr, '11.". Mal i tlmikt. . -

Funeral Home.Wreck I According to the report ofTrooper clerk. .>f ihe fln-uii, fimrilly -

.. 1,. N Fowler of the I ; JU'.I V Cnri>Tl
J >r|>uiy, Clvrk.
1 CaseIs Florida' Highway Patrol. the I III..t SLADE GAS '
i' trailer hit the tile with Its TOWN @)
; .* *. .
the bunt I MIIKIttf: HM III K MtllVotlr -
right wheel raumng<< .
ContinuedA !I. her h) mven' HIM
to bot thrown onto the pwve- I I I. I*. II llnl.llxh. Mhvrirr. of l It r...l..lf Of Starke' HOME
ment where It .kl Circuit Court case Involving l hy lrtu. i>( \\ rlt of Utit: u11.u'.1I \
the road on Its bottom. The I to Wll
car-truck
damage for a trailer was also' ..taml&ItOOt.! I| Kiix'utlon: IflMurd. otii if Hnmi"!
collision. about one mil. northof Slat' iin f..uri <>r |imir. >ril' .o>.im
in November of Driver of the ear pulllnjf the I! ,tv FlorMit, imrviiiini ton finiil r
Lawtey trailer wits Howard Wayne Jude>l l .l>.....al f. r Adolph. !h.
I960. cm bofor Judeeor..e Marietta Ohio. d.I.. ll,.yn II..,..w .\i| |>llMnt<..
Patten her Monday. Sprague, 09. of 1 Mmrkr' KL.rl.U,. nn.l. n""ln' .l \\'
He.. was. aecompanleil] by his ,I. Tln'.i>'in Jr ,|if..n..lMiil In Ih.. THURSDAY -- FRIDAYSATURDAYONLY
but the jurors were dl.m1A..tand : Jeanette, but neither ... IIM' ..f 14.1"I, l"n.ih' >r ,., llixl.tlllll
wife.
t Ui* ra.. continued. Ikf lllllM'lllltt.,
\a'' err ,fl wa Injured.IIAHIKS. 1 Ilitv MB*"| anil. tiny. In m\
1 Th suit was brought bv ..........1_ Ise '...1..1.. daa.
Uafl: Fowler adminUtrutor of ,, .',''b.' ..'.....a "."....., i' *
: ( I.I IMCSET 1 W .
the mintof Harold Allen, a l'Ult MATIItntY IIMnyl. .sT Cl"l." ,I'ryvr
deceased: person versus, Willie a/u4.l/ Nn. alt'
Mr. Charles tho Sale of Sales Homo Laundry
Sawyer on
serial l Nu 111111IflA. announces
Evans!: and the Georgia ,*: Carolina A Rabies Clinic will be heM .
.
1 of til h
prf>p iirlr n fn
J Oil Co. Saturday, March 28, a. follows I ..m.Jhd.f *Mliil: niiil. .1'b5..1 nM.nJay Equipment. Mr. Sawyer states this is tho First Time Slade Gas has been
Ih. .lh tUr ( April1f .
Fowler alleges negligence! on 1 .. .l l....1.l u'. I.-.'.. .riM.-n. in
the part of !Kvan': who was From g. m tin 12 noon al .*ltl dy. *(... Ih. ........*. *f Ih. able to bring Stnrke Citizens such an Outstanding Value If you will
,
truck for t.h. Ueor- ,Itrxtrurd I OUKI Jut I will ..tfar
driving !>
a City Park oppoMt Health ,,,. Cal.! xiil. ..... I.< II" Alai' need washer in the G months 1 HERE'S I YOUR CHANCEl!
icla ,Carolina: Oil .Co. when tmrlmcnt 'In !mark 1 .., I.IAA.u...*.*" ,In heed, Ih.Milfy next
'.Mathews Continues His Harold Allen was killed as uresult From a to 4 p m. at l* U J. f elh.eC dr..rMs,4 V 'per"" .r ---
..//A A.f.a.lsnt to Uiir
of a wrerk.It City Hall. .,. .*.ltl K(fi-n l"Inn
was the only' run. before All person' > ''IIIlth pets" an I' l I'. 'KKIMMHllHH' '

SwingARE Judge Patten on Monday for urged to have their Biiltruili uranf.rl 1' h ,luny rl.rlff..1.I faat Imagine The Worlds Best

Upward trial by Jury. Inoculated at this time I di t, COTlln

lilt ,, ,, ,""" ;!T2iIT'S
r __.L- _'W !;...Q-: "
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THE YOU GOVERNOR'S WATCIIING: RACE THE: This CHANGEIN change : Washer At A Price Like E

that ia evident In the Governor race will ILLEGALFor

gradually widen during the remaining nix .m. 41 41This

weeks of the campniifn. PEOPLE: NOT

ONLY ARENT GOING TO BE MISLED: "


CHANGING BY FALSE TO ACCUSATIONS JACK MATHEWS BUT ARE BECAUSE : Any Person or Persons to Engage in U r a a n

OF THOSE LEVELED: AGAINST


HIM. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

CID!
The Intelligence of the public simply isn'tgoing

to be iiwultetl A candidate can no @)

longer tell just anything and expect| to lie Die Name Is RegisteredRead s

believed. [DESPERATION: IS BEGINNING

TO SHOW. For an example: DID MATHEWS ONLY

ALSO START THE RACE RIOTS IN This Florida Law 3 CYCLE I 168

THE NORTH!! LAST WEEK: ?


If you truly desire! to be proud of your

Governor and the State of Florida, you can -U fthaU t>4 unlawful fur any penmo or ......*. so 4.n..4 he ...., to .

be sure with JACK MATHEWS.: Before! enp..la bojJnesw m* herein defined >n>4er a fkUtloua nam* a*) ...,... 4 w. T.

you make any definite decision a* to whomto flo d. wiUio-vt and nolcM amid fktUlottsi ..*. shall be regiM.red with .the I
of earl
candidate.,vote, study Compare.the qualifications WE: FEEL: CONFIDENT cJ rk of the clrcvit mere of the eonatr. when the principal ,W ., sxtrinMs] ThU USIrtp.M.1 Waah.ll. a. twit a pr*-

YOU WILL VOTE FOR JACK U. wlU rrcUtrstloii shall CMMUI of filing wltk 0... cl-trli afertmld an si.fMavlt ....IIfJfI.I ...11., .Iha. we have lu/rq, /

MATHEWS FOR NO OTHER CANDIDATE:: tlratd by all Interested p.,....*. atatbic nd'er' oatk. tao ..... .f -* '. u.|| .H. .in Ctrl, ton Into our ftlurf. ? ?

HAS THESE( HIGH! QUALIFICATIONS. ail &I... laU<-e.Ud In the bwtatim .....,..,.... ta. ox tent of ..... l.. itiNie by null' artier how*** anti. targe
DUr/ .Uroal of CAch. and Iko flctllUna ...... ndrr, vhlea amid ......- Ir l emrrUdos. \
9..wit. We will rotate from time to time the record Said rrciatralkM( may .t. be made snUl .tM p.t.o..t' fnmtmm ...4rtai.T. ,r- ;ear>s -MlUfaelorx.. ..r. l.r*.
In the HOUM( of ReprriMntative
Mathews -
of Jack
.. .pp I. b aln.*w under a fkitlao it a at o alian.. kavo sdvertiaad his. or
*. and the Senate. Her ar. the
their said fUtUJota aamo at learnt erase a week far test Ct
latenUon to reffoter
honor awarded him for rvUe to you- t So Come In Today and See
((4)) rorUMrwUve w..4a IA emut newspaper M .d'.... by law tn tho
LEGISLATIVE RECORD hero all retM ration' .ia to a. wade and saJd rrctotratsMi ahafl eel hoa ,' For Yourself the Best Auton

IM1 tout Val l.abJ )lusher, .f l..g.la'lure ( rrp.<.d try the cUrh of tho cl/coU ,..rt ouefl spec rec-rlvUc. pr.sf ., '' + matic \V..er. Buy in Starke JIll

(Selected hy (ollages,>)> .veb .W.btloa.. "' ,' History! en

dent Otit Undiiiir II.....' in ",,-c.

tar-.(St. PUr) "V.rc TlmnSelecltd\ by If you are engaged in business under any name U.e Slad G..* Easy. Credit, ,


IMI > >fo t Utadlnr Member"" .ImHt. 11-- Terms. Buy During ThtsSal 1
other than and have not had this
( Peerb r c TI..en-.Elate/ your own, name \1..1,

,
Preps)

Read Mont OvUUWUcIM )I..r ....u. and SAVE t52 .

IAIri......'. properly advertised and registered we will be ,

(fil.ceif( I by ('<4Wao,#.) ,


lf$, On .( Trw Twp, l I..xi....UUr.

(St.. *.Pe1er) "rcPrr ilaleK.FM.1 by glad to give you aO necessary Information as to MATCHING DRYER YOUR EXCLUSIVES


M. rt EffertiCfefecterf .. iw. C..tu-

(: by C.u......>)> what should do.BRADFORB Per "
you ;).::1
1,57 0.. TM Tp 1AcWac.n 1.50 -..

(8( (. 1evvbt.irc< TUPr -.beetd by Week I

-)>> DEALER


M(..t Prw seine Yfe'ks.aflPresr.tly


-nt.r km t ).* -Jai y of ... lAc- ,

I.dttt'. c..1KiI"a C-s .itU. .. lltzl.rE4 COUNTYTELEGRAPH
GAS
SLADE OF
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Pi.ILH COVEKNMENT: : COMMfTTEEr STARKE


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PAGE SIX .. BRADFORD DOfNTT TEUKGRAm. STM 1CE. FLORIDA ,TITCRsnIS, :\l\n11 24. 1141
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iVo InjuredVlhen I Delmore Clark, 24-yeaf-oM: Driver SoughtIn been found that the child is' tf pay the medical: bll'!' Brown saId.

Ni pio from West Palm Bench Injured Brown( emphasized I

Auto Is I clashed into its rear at approximately Auto MishapOf that no charges nave been

70 mph. Clark filed in the case and the deputy .

1.1t' I I'and, his only pasaen II 21'. Je Brooker ChildA termed the accident unavoidable Re-Elect
; From mm
Rear
-, tome Hall. 17, a Staike Nemow six-year-old Brooker boy, I h6 lilWSOn
w not injured Fowler said Several Brooker resident; ,lr
Into the side of slowly
i Ian a
::. A :30-v-ar-old! Staikmm. : The Sullivan ,giil was drli reported seeing the'! accident .
moving car last Saturday afternoon -
:mm j Fi'iiduaiiJ;: a 18-ycai- Ins/ the Fcnrtrr car north or) his left take place. Witnesses rep rr
breaking arm t
.wd Brnlford: High studentjtjuolyn SR-100 at 30-40 mph when and the Bradford Sheriff', that the child ran into th>> Member of the

Sullivan where InUUti'fl i It was struck,! from the teat street from behind a parkedcar.
Drpaitment is looking for the
slUhtlV Friday): IllglU"whrn Clark apparently t.tll'd: to aer The car the child hit u
driver of the vehicle so his Innuranee Board of Public Instruction
thir 1664 Ford was hit ,i the car in front of him 1956 Buick was m3Vlnu: ooh< ; :
might;;: pay for treatment -
,:nom behind by another velil- Trooper Fowler sAid in nl* IB 10 or 15 mph Brawn said
of the i&ury.Deputy
"ec. Trocar L. N. Fowler:! orate I port and plowed into without The driver not out of hit- car DISTRICT No.; 3
Shell) A. E, Brown
.: Florida Highway Puti-o' : slowing up. ) and talked with the chllJ
Jr said the driver of the
*..r.ortrd.Neither. I Fender's car wai knocked car and looked for injuiles. the

7 of the injured war I 236 feet from the point of impact S itrppcd and takd) to the deputy said, but there was not
child after the Incident and A Proven Public Servant
;JtQ.nltalizcd. however. I ) off he( road and arrow even a scratch on the child's
thought him to be unhurt No
-7 The FrndPi car wm travel I a railroad where there was no
iiK) north on SH-lOO a mil. I {trade crossing The Negro CHI one in Brooker knows the I skin. ( Pil. Pol. Adv.)
I identity of the dilver., however Parents of the child who
swat of K:-vstone ItelghUii went 187 feet after Impart,

y '11 a 1938: Fold driven by sliding tideways down the to contact him since it has live in Biooker, are not able\

_. I pAvementThf -

mishap occurred At ap- 100......:
Jeffcoat I pioximately 8:10: p. m tin

trooper stated. -- ..- lmU"t:\ n

.:.;
Neon Signs -
TUB: .ruritt. OF GOD '- iI i t4J'YII; ra
I
AEON: PLASTIC PAINTEI OF PitoriiLCY

JjThon Ititilfitlnjf/ Nfon Repair Bruoker FU. The End 01 An Era to Word or leas, OIM time .111 1\111'1'11.1' Rf>*n1utloi,, ___ be per w.w

-..JRn-c': tin* !MaJnUnnannol6ll If not paid In advance __ _. 1.00 Carta of Tlumkn. U|> to 54 wonl ___ :JJV
Sunday SchoOl 10 n. m,
S. Main ___.. G..lne.vUI I Morning Worship 11 a. in London lirlil 'c Un't. the only one that'. fullInK duwn.ThlM Keyrd or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 wor
Phono OIly 873-030J: I'' EvanuelJullc! Service, 7 p. m IM. th. way that the Bradford Countynd of New Rht.J'\ bridle on Hit 123 Each additional word ever ZO 01 Display ads la Clattsined -___ ids per .,.6

w. Nlto Sn-H 01 Everyone invited to attend-. northwest of Ijintry .....k.'d licfnre it demolition crew, tore It down thin vrrk In preparation -

!K J. Hoblrnon: 8r.. pastor. for 1& new' coiu-retrs' !> Htrurture.. The anti-nt utrutture had bwn In th.. "erota FOR RENT.4 room frame FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bedroom Bradford County The Cart?..

,. .t jour nun rl.I," .ntutun. .amore a truck Imullnic heavy niiu-lilnt-ry craxhrd through I house 2 bedrooms kitchen house, modem conveniences ty of Planned ![ogres stamps
living room and bath.
, more than a your ngn.ContriMt Gas on 34 acres near Hampton. $1.14 at Telyraph.
I I range space heater & hotwater FREE M A Payne, P. O. Box 's'Ai-E\ ORLISF." -
for the and FOR :
, new briURft! approncheii. wac. rrrrntly let tu Scott C'onitriir- heater furnished with house

I. tlon C'... ...f llKiiniKivlllo, Ou. for 5VIOi.HO: : uhl<'h will be paid by Bradford,! and Union For details call 96t-O334 after 603. phone 9643794. tfchg Three bedroom. 2 bath home

, MgR/ (.onnU...., 50-50, from their rondnry road flmda.The 6 p. m. or see Mrs. Lewi 11.1 Read The Cl.stdffeds! overlooking course. Owner

,I ANM.IIMK new ronrrr-tn! brldKi. ulll I hr 12.1' feet lung and 28 fret wide. "The! rontractor, Priest's 5 .A 10. 2tp 3-26 ]IF YOUR NAME IS FOR SALE will afternoon.be on premises Saturday 1

Sd In. ullou-Ml I2.\ tvorkhift day. l.. complete the Job. CAN' SAVE MONEY and Ready mix concrete, concrete tchg
, ;FOUND AMONG:\ THE
block house piers sand '
ce- R. J Dunn ance
: I do It all Licensed builder and .
CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL ::Sient mortar mIx rocs: steel, -
u NEW RIVER; plumber. Three county- -Bradford tyster shell, llmerock. roof WE HAVE a selection of used

I II BAPTIST Cllt'RCII! Baker and Clay. A. C. AT TilE TELEGRAPH travel Hntela. BRADFORD refrl aerators. All (in working
| NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED |
Schedule of services Sun Slade, phone I 289-1191. 2tchg i OFFICE FOR A FREE: KNOR!: CO. Phone 116.-2:>21. order for 140 up. SLADE OAS
:
. 3-261, Starke. of STARKE Uch'
1 tfchg
47< day School 10 a. m. Morning CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I II 1,TICKET TO THE FLORIPA .'',,...... -

''PRINTING I WOlahlp, 11 a. In. Tralnlnii THEATRE. HASTINGS MATTRESS

.,n1a'' Union 7 p. in. Sunday nigh/ : I 4 I Expert Recapping ,, FOR rtENT -2 bedroom nicely

S a-, II services 8 p. m. MidweeK I II IMPORTANT: SLEETING: pl'eMldent. Prayer Band laclinrK fly Glenn:J FOR RENT 8-room House. furnished house with carport. I I'& UPIIO TERY WORKS I

I Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. I Principal' Eddie ThompII \ of devotion. HlghlUli'1 (Pee Wee) Crews IU\ ml out on New Blanding For a couple or with an j i 71* Lemon Pal&&b I

.. Everyone welcome Rev R. I kins reminds everyone of avery of the evening will be the duet Also. Full Una ItlNY i Road $25: mo. See Sam Rosen. child. No Pets Please' Inquire'1 Furniture Ucpaired.

: E. Brooklns pastor.I1iTA'1'In ''I i Important meeting at contest by Missus Jeanett and \\' TIKKH; TIIIXKTK : berg. tfchg_ 733 North Thompson.. -tfchg Upholstered & RefinishedMAT'FRESSS
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\ 10 Hill IiYPl'it4 i 8.30: today (Thursday) in the I Annette Daniels and Doilit \("fOR11 SI/.KS: '
. I VERY LARGE tram house 2yet BE SURE TO SEE World Book RE UII.11it"vv'lnDer.eprlnp
i-i M< moms '
Penn
l\sJila
lUre cafetorlum. *> A PunlnpIIAItDY
The meeting and Gloria Allen. Saturday
m './" pltalrruin \ old. Interior needs! fln- before buying any other Encyclopedia
; 6 .i..flllv. MrMltKl. Illil' .. will is being called by the ChamIi p m.. Mlnnlon Hour with Mrs HKOTIIEKS M. A. Payne, your

,\\\\'t\\\\ \ 1 .,h.$,.tllIlI'...,.IV.'h>n,",,. 1 by until III"' inn 1.lv''n: 'A. M"f i bor of Commerce and the Development ,, C. B.; Slmpiou tn( ch.irse; ;o SAI.VAGE YARD on ishinn.Highway Livable.100 1.2 South acre about'out local representative since 1956 I i and Cox SpringsDrop

AEI .KMT. nn doe" nhnM" fur tlio mill. Authority' to dU-' '' p. m. Bible Hour[ with Rev S 1'.s. 301-North 5 P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794 Us A Card Cal
mlle
\ Just like w
SEAYIBRADFORD of Huiplun, |,in, ,,pirivAprl cuss a plan for attracting new'' N. Daniel Inntiuctoi, In 1 i pay rent.It's tfctn
i | e. duet .,I'l'i, horn' yours Mr. RaymondJJ393121 FALATKA 5- "
industry to Bradford County. 7:39: Deacon Department INII11RAJIICKA'r
charged
mil tlliinlm, Oonillil'" and ; Eugene Williams
: STARKE 'U-Ust
Tampa Up
H|>ui'irir.;lt lurm nuiy' !10.> ..d'lnlniilfrom ''' .' "I am asking all clt.l/{'nlt to Dehcon M. J. Hollts, REDUCED!: RATES !:! JJollect.: -- -
AUTO BOAT FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- !lIR i. PEG(] r RnALUDL8tark
Hint 1'I/r.ha.tll.l'unum.' FIRE) FOR SALE 23 Wood-
-- acres
attend thin meeting to dlncum president, in charge,
.In, ,h,, l"'lvlMnn| ", 'IIIMI''II ull,,"., DOTT.K r. CONNER: nlshcd house. 719 Bait Laura Afeat
loll,,,.. ,Offli-, '10111.11. ,,". Illoihinn.. what we (can do to Improve Sunday; (P-30: a. .m. Church INSURANCE AOCNCTrhoM land Hellbronn Springs. Contact : -

County TELEGRAPH I HU"""t.v:NV flurMuli'iTiif, ,, Imam. It-Da Tulluliumi '.. the poHSlbllltlea of' job opportunities School by Supt. and Dcncon ...-un Thomas L. Moore Box tenant St., Starke.only. $50 To respomibl'month' ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR

.."l.h| \ n. HMUr, for our graduate W. M. nylls, Song Service tfch 84. Ralford UpWAWO$30 per SALE!: AT BRADFORD COUN-
I 1"t11v., ,'Ir..lur.. and citizens of Bradford ll:3o: by the Union Choir P'OR RENT-= -:3- bedroom\'un- do.'n'and $30 In advance H. V. Knight 131 TY TELEGRAPH: .

.' ----- II County" Pi of, Thompklm Soimoni by ttrv.,' 8 J. Slmpnou. furnldheil home. Inquire at monthly. Small 2 bedroom -W.-Call- St. tfchu' --- __ __ 90'8tra..bl'rry _
SALE Florida
..I 1 ..-;- ',-_"_ -,-. .M': : ....:. : : Maid. Union Junior Choir' Festival Bun Station. house located 1-2 mile north "sw-iEPs"--- FOR 8.

. FUNERAL; NOTICE 2:30: II.' m., with" Mrs I..' B ttrhjf of town just off 301 Mi- I. H quality sweeps at special plants runners
Sr. S miles northwest
C. Harley -
. I F'unt't'III'R.'rvlrn. for Mia EniillKh in. char e. Youth' D,- _.- -. --- -- Raymond, 839-2121 Cou..ct.1! prices Bin selection. QUINN | of Starke. Phone 964- \

.. Llllle Mae DoSue of Staike'' paitment 6-30: p. m. with Mis. REOI8TER: NOW for Adult| Tajnpa. Itpj I R. BARTON CO. 5091 BEAV '
,132, after S 3tp 4-2
'
pm.
. I will be held Sunday. March': Bessie Daniel 'and 'Mrs. RubyMlt..hel1 Evening Clasnes Mall Drawer THREE MOUSE B-5 and 61 ER ST.. JACKSONVILLE.4tcha 'I _L_
., elections to Director. ..18 WANTED-White maid. Apply -
,29, at 3 p. m. In New )love -in chars! Evening rooms with bath. 39 acres land
) Baptl Church with Rev U Service 1)30) ssrmort by Mv. 100. Starke, Fla. Apply In per- -'--- '- --- -. -- in person Dixie Motor
for sale 225. G.! B. I
. son 1:30: to 4:30: usa Illway FOR RENT Furnished
W Moiiley officiating. She Isauivtved J. C: 8chul'1T1p..rtMra. Jan- pm. Court Itchg
. r.arJ.I ) Negro adults contact, Carter, Rt. 2 Box lot SUrke house.. Nice for coupls See _
. by her mother, Mr, Ie Mitchell reports: .., FOR SALE-- utlreratomaw r
. Prof. ThompUns. RJE High 2tp 3.26 R. W. Brannen, 820 W Wei-!
Jennie Covlnittoti, three ,, NOTICE SOC 100 or $5.00
. School --- ------ plants. per r
. W others lUten The Thrift' Shop oil Court tfchg OFFICE MACHINES don St. Phone 964-6373 4.
NkrV M' I and five I a IjOOO. JP. F Flume. 2tp %
.. Burial will be lit the family Sweet sponsored by the .Junior CLEANED REPAIRED ___ HP! SAL -
A 1
Insurance Problems FOR Beagle
T ? pups
.' plot under direction of Chest Woman's. Club, Is havinga [ STARKE TYPEWRITER iNi: ) NEW BOAT TRAILER B weeks old. Cheap Phone

.' nut & lUtln Funeral Homo. 10 cent **1* Saturday morn. Call The Man From SERVICE $10995 12 ft Fiberglass, 069-1682. J B. Murphy. Orirfls i!

. Funeral services for Ulysviia. Ing from 0 till 12 "iRAt'ELERS" Rt. I, Box 81, Lswtey flat bottom fishing boat $169- ltD

THURSDAY -- FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY Hunt of Staike will be heldat Q orft K. LaltUA tf 00. Southern Marine and Television Loop.
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.' 11 a. m. Saturday in the e --'Ioon.DS Keystone' Heights Agt. For F'OR i ALfc-Till dirt top soTT tfchgFOR'RENT''One

.. Greater D.'thel IJsptlst M "Traveler !_ tractor work new and usrdl)I :- and two bedroom Ocala Chrome

Church In aurke with Rev.A. (.m.l..nl.. building supplies. W T. Jack npartment" Furnishedand

: 1964 FALCON FUTURA TUDOR HARDTOP Vlnion! of tiel all nil. He Is J Tel 473-469 Day son Building Material and Machinery unfurnished, good location Plating Inc.

survived 1 by his wife. Mil Phone 944-'
C.t666IOw. 473-4323: Nltes : Supply fire \V H. Nollmnn. tfihir! .

Mottle W Hunt of 8Uikt. Auto lire II'Miiw RimliMxisMimlhly 4001 tfchjf,, FOR g -3'-brflr-.mh; l..oe. Copper Nickel Chromium.
Rank i Ca41umMrUI
and a sitter In Philadelphia. r.ymrnl Plan l INCOME"TAR SERVICE Hardwood floor '
Urge
S Burial will follow In the Odd ( screened ; rinNhkBC Custom

1"in1lneln! Fellows Cemetery under dl- ," I FOR RENT .Partially furnUh- SHORT AND LONG: FORM porch, pnve
Bl'MINFSH! AM FARMiciir.Dtl.r9 lot Conveniently locate! Industrial! hard Chrome
rt''tlolof Chestnut &t )(altsFuneral ... two bedroom bOIl" Easy
: Phone 944-0033 tfche Silver .
Antique Cleaning
home walking' distance: to down, town. .
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Funeral services for Mrs. )II'!'. Clarence F. Ilhoden' MrsNell GraysonPEYTON 13: M N. C.: 2nd Ave.
I Call MI-2S21. lfchgFOR
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Ulule Pvterman I A "
? SALE"U: lumber FLORIST
at Phone 4-3JI&
2395 be! held at 3 p m. Raturdatat tfchz;
:.IBMo Greater Bethel Baptist Strobus' enrage on EilwnrduRoad ; llt V. Thftmtxon 4NEW It II* S. TTIOMPSOV! BT.rilONC .

. Church with UPV. A. Vlniionofflclutlna tfrhg( .....155

: *. 8h U survived' by MNG'SIZE r.IJ3F.RLT"lLAt: !:.''i -Room and &: USED! V1OIIT ....3111 or '<'.":2tPISTINCTIVI FOR RENT- Furnished 3-

three "amt, and four dauuhlifs. board: two In mv hnm,. 14* CHAIN SAWS FLOWERS brdrcwm hoiue on rlter in

To Burial ulll follow /In the; N Church At Phone IHO-l.Mtl 1 S30: I'p w. Win. Flower Aaywberstfche OcuU National Fore 135

: I'ay Odd ....!low.. Cemetery under 2 trhg! 3-2 Repairs All MakerMcCulloch ( week Call evenings, I I/4I-4-S9$1

direction of Chestnut % lUtU. : 8Uh 4 30
FOR RKNT- farm and bath, Dealer FOR'SALK .- .-
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PRICE ('In'IU''' NKW furnished apartment I'hon Wlcon! & Itrlsit !Strawberry'\ plants Runner For
REGULAR $2768.00 1W"-1I113. 3tp 3 2DFCOHATED : Monuments
theater Bethel! Free" Will & Stratton Oscar: Carter I nviJ. West '.tLawtty ,

IlaptUt Church schedule of JwLT-; fumUhd : Phone 712-3.VM tfcrnr Markers. Etc.

And Loaded With These Features cervices: \Monday night Choi KTUCIUUPU N .. apartments. On. and Florida Saw Co. CALL .
two bedrooms Reasonable
No. I will rrhvarse. Tuesdaynight.
:7n7'Y Lights, and water furnished I!'Th Drive N. E. G. S. Newcomb

Guardsman Blue White Tires, 260 V-8 Engine, Story regular Hour Wednesday Prayer- Contact 431 Center" St. *r Gainesville 37<-.1lll Largest Display
night. Phone 96I-OS91; !
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Fordomatic, Rocker Panel Moulding, Radio, Heat. Mertlnc. Ttiunday night IJkAc1i( phone vchtl[ P'OR dALII--HI.; UOThell tomaw WITH s>i tLLP.rTOVERHEAD: -- -- -. -
Chulr No. 2 and Ladles Circle Mnnmlng. -
ere DeLuxe Seat Belts, Wheel Covers meetingIhiday nltht.Piaytf --- -M IP YOU WANT -1O drink. plants pepper Pansy, Petunia Sat-pat FOR 8\LE OR RENT: Ree-.
tha\'. your business If you Idervr cto.e in Unrn Contact
lUnd **"lnt.Hundv
n\ via and all other .n"o.". Mm_
...11tn atop, \ &'lour buslneu ill attest J T Qulfley ItrhZ
OR at 11 a. m mo sm 'IN'1WIt V R. FtrgMJwn. Raiford Road 1.1 N I BK.. 11,
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Choir No.2. tU render ton* ... .. ., north of Slarke Phone" M4MT1 fcalk) BALK Walnut .atelrdmlnf .
service at Morning Mar Free1V111 M. gas k.ar..es u.4. Rout 1, Starke or phone 4734IM .bllt. Portable cement
tfchIJCT
1964 FALCON FUTURA TUDOR HARDTOPRaven Baptist Churrh. JaxkxinMlle '"- h.v., ,.. Ithsd e or OR 5-J733_ _tfchtSVUA4GTO6 SEEThe miier, power lawn mower .
t'l1 uu.Y VOWTI
Tb Fatter prosrsm r= :- AFFUINCEl : and large whit rabbit Leo

Black Other Features Same as Above. will bo held Sunday March Oood used refrta.rator*. tetsruion :your own home. No down par Fa hu lout Chsmplon. Rt. 1, Phone ><44'OMJ < >

:9. at S p m. Public cor-dlalh KINO. girt INK *. washers\ r. Ilk .nt W "- .
terms -
In t lint supply I Ouarante operating' order.v.htt. ,1 r EASURAMALE1SURAMA ( -DISK HnixHS"I. :

(heater Allen Chapel' AMC .. ......"" ....... II. Xollman., tfchg K. IT
NEW AND USED CARS Church.' Rn' i... A. MmpMMta --..... ( FAR SALE:; : : BY'""( OWNKR- _,.. no. for bedrtlnt and 1 1'- disk hllVrt
.. ...... Bustnes Property IArrea or cultivating
p.'ur, .rvtrs will bests Hwy land on CS Ml No. .....1, .
.....ut!! on 301 for only! 3OO Oood I"1 nth. OCTJfX R BARTON
58 "uncia", March' 3*, with OsntlKrllcht ..... I f9N I lama and south ot Slarke. 143 n. CO SOil' W SLIVER

TO SELECT FROM Katirr Sunrise nr- Our Neat an4 tooth ot t4 ..*. A IT wide ST. JACKSONVILLE.Mr..
s lr. ... aS a. m. Son s.rvla1wtll R WISI. IVY 10 Acres room home In the .$l\a.k.y'a. S.M Ft. a roM road 4.1.
TOT IL (SIT OF OI'R ('U N.TK.UT
b* trrulrrrd<<" I by Choir No.I )ONO HZSIVVtt \best of shape! served by mall Ben fnutow, P O. Bov 10OJgtajke

AU "ww.r.., and Mls.slottary I&....... Sues .... telephone\ on paved road pd 430, UIU\: .'U.D .*Mirr :Srt Cons M.btIna,

work.t an asked to) New' bam JO ij.' S minute --- -_ -- !' IT i* L.LaAVOID; FOR SALC-4 four month1>

''I I dret.s. 'tit whit. Th r. will b"sermunHt VVnlW f W *B from town. Oood t........ Only FOR flALE-Anrrntlna Banta Red. Durae phr. From" ,......-
e. ..... N 'J per rent termination.: Resister .
: a by Rte. U A .... .....,.. ,...I 111.000 'd .n", buH 8e. Lucian IrmJ ITM> Can M4-S4M or
[CK With Clyde TerwillegarTODAY famp.N"unda y Kcrtool& wUlt w .t Rt I. Box tl. Up
be t\f'ld 10 a. m. Momin STROUT REALTYMary : Cunner. P O Boa 110 or Kutare Ileartachis FOR RENT-rurnt' b txm
phon IM0.3Q04 4Uh 4 3 \ fwd 2 < -
t\OInlr. Ham. TlM F:..i.r 1 : Hrw, a. .....*UTllwy. and gel. the -' Ir>o t KUtnley: ta.e.
Pf'O'IInnUI be heN a tIP .... DRC9WBSSprtn and 9um-
1.-- Ml A IsIlasps. Boat I ww* sod pen FTvrv*

M m Fur Fct Hunt 4 pm ... 6-,.. -r444.1(4* tae II MJ M Men's REAL FACTS 1......111I1 Itc-t.l.:
Monday tor the Sunday Drew Shoe*. U U. other dla- -

... --- .. Rrrtool 1qty ..tbtet 'LLA'hOPPORn..TTY resins ...,.._tn. Mary Carter Mad ... i...d r- TOO Apr rxvrm a
0F Paint. Are. free entken"" ai/bpR Oats
1.1N.bo Baptist Church JH :M T tBpie
for ... ... .
arowtnctncosne Ie week
y. eta- M. t ,. 6
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Rr Richard Hsirtenn pastor l .. tm 4UIU 41 pmpas.
through servtrUUrasniltr -- ... i. t.r.t: Asakm
Th "h DiitakMi Mlnt.t.reand e Dr-t9>P.ln. IbhJISALTSMAJf
In your n nbortMoJ FOR FK>CT FUrnaftned" a-
MotorsYour rvor 1)nkM.ltl 'b* In with Avon COMswtkr Write -How (Wir. .narvprrwnt
Terwillegar parunent rear of store m LAKE GENEVA
chars. of M'fTWon ttMo Atat- twoect 10 ...
bieltf
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Mrs. Ou U 8*_&. Bas )44. :N TtsipJ; Are Ca3 *4.-}MI| .
turr of JrnwatrmDapUM Mluq.nary Uw Oak. FlaTRAILCK "*.*** Mobile Home Sale n ht. track. area 2 Me1 Per
: Aworlatloiv Rev< & Bradford - 644 ... 3 a*:N per' SM
CountyTELEGRAPH ffPACT FRFK FOR a.U&:0.:!. 2 land
J JUmiMMt prvtdmtFriday /44.N .er.aisah. a 'rateirns..C.t.t.
AuthorUrd Ford IWaWr in I trad ford and t'aton" t'ount"" .. Adults catty deveral site b while rab tts any star R. BCrewr 1 _l. _tk .f K.;%_... ... -sa W s u-
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phon* M4-M&S IInz"'. M Hiway ISO set f.lr btt.e.t.w P. o Bet
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STARKE. FLORID THl'RSlY. :\KCII I& 1964


"closer to Ood i doe! not feel that they are soi I turn around. I rend his letters ed pan-about 35 minutes
I have put In my application i i different. when I read 1 that. 1 over and over When I go Do not grieve when I go
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t again to teach in the American Louisa' M. Alrott also loved a I to New Castle I always drlv and find my dream
Schools in Taipei, fellow in France younger than 1 past the depot where he aald Long sought {be honeyedlane
Formosa Wh.,'n I wa' In Tat- hcitelf.! and all her life lungedto i "Oood-bve" and got on the the bird the tree.
pet lust Aximut I talked to see Mm. She wrote man: train that. early" morning I donut With/ heaven's skies. above
For Round Holes
Square Pegs Dr Matthias who Is head' of' stories of love and marriage : know what to do 'for this mil blue aa delft.
the schooli and tie said to ap- I because of that love heartache but W"IInd" !\ pray But rememberingwalk beside -
Anyone who looks to Title VII of the cannot furnish workers of the proper i Lura 8urvessfQ( # 1. ply and he might have a pial" I My grandson Fled who livedI I HFXPFITL HINTS Put apiece our stream..

Civil Rights Act-purporting to assure color or creed who have the needed for me till year So now I am I with. me and went to (rolleg.i of adhesive! !tape over the And smile when" you lee
"equal employment opportunity"forrelief skills they must l>e hired outside of awaiting their decision They i when I lived" In Nrormlta. has top of medicine bottles In the I My earth-italned garden

of national unemployment is deceiving the union. If, even so, they are not available Wherein the of. cold, but aftei we ate will\ pick the teachers soon a filling station In the town I cabinet" so children .and older gloves upon the shelf
windy days I Is j
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himself. The will be hired very now. I'will be closer to EmU < of Mt: Summit just down the ,1 Iv: people will know they are One wonders how much the
Act create the unskilled must
: no t March (go racing by on th-, lunch OabbY and I took oft
if he! returns to the Philippinesmid highway from me He U! R not to be taken Ifou have heart ca it tan d of memories
jobs-beyond the appointment of five and trained-to replace those who are of the We walked ,
amgs: west wind\ I try down the\ highway ( .
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I am 11)1'11101111. Theyam gad sober boY. :21 now IIn..lbt.Ion a postage' stamp that has lost ? I recall the plum thickets
Commissioners and of Federal and in their jobs, to be happy and walk miles 3S miles and sometimes W.;
swarms happy competent perhaps -
not too many miles apartI ITS to the National guard Its iiluo. wet the! stamp! and i of Nebraska Don. sturdy and.
inspectors to implement the nation- with high union seniority. I and miles "'felt. as If we could lean against went to the public library I Last Saturday night two men rub nnln.Ht (he glue on an capable, out. delivering gas and
wide game of musical chairs that business \ Under such meddling---and the Act White plum tree. where can the windI in New Castle and borrowed"" (that: were drunk !got In a fruht' envelope. It will picklP\ i I on funerals Now Don Jr Is
and industry will play while these gives }Federal administrators the powers my loved one be" have been greatlworried iix' books They were all biographic at his place and broke a win- I enough to stick Fur a nice |I' doing a good Job. I try to forget -
minions call the tunes and supervisethe of prosecutor judge jury and How the scent of your blos- about:! Emil. He U still in Suit *. I read them Now I dow. When he tried to part I Int< in the room rub a stUk '' and not prteve-' .-then I fall
coma bungs back to He took bad cold I
substitution of one employee- for executioner( -our vaunted free enterprise meThe 1 1I Francisco a hove. six more and hive: finshed them, he litW,,!! knocked of cologne on tint! bulb of your In love to wonder and long for
thrill of roulu
I a memory you and got pneumonia AO one. Since Don was klll- down He wa badly shaken ,i table lamp and. the heat send the living also Ood In hisarr..at
another of a different complexion system would no longer? be free share with to his Island home
I ml'I| not BO on t1 I have not been able to and felt so badly the Sheriff out a sweet smell mercy knows all things!
or religion or national origin. -and not long system.. Our competitive But the pale epilog moon Is He called me early this morning read book. At first! I did not ,t came and has! papers to arrest! !I, APtHJ: CAKE-3:! sticks of and I pray and pray for release -

No more people will be going to work economy would not long remain 1 cold from the hospital II i end the! news papers even, ,: the fighters ,I olco 2 cups sugar 2 eggs, 2 and happiness.All .
-just different ones. competitive as more and more busi- FiUlwarn." A, D 11581 I wants to sec me so badly hr they have. so many places I.'M'I I I! I have ordered a few garden -,I cups\ flour. :3 I Up. soda 4 cups my' love.
Under this Act industries found themselves The March winds have been fears hI! cannot get well if hr the seed. unit. slnnlat \Vrten It finely Clod 1 blew
mere integrationwill nesses and I Items where people! are" l i chopped apples! : 4 you every one.
harsh! and cold today. Early I doesn't. He dreamed I wa killed. In automobiles Butt| Is time. I shall plant some tablespoons' vinegar Vanilla LURA.
not do. If a Federal inspector finds unable to control either costs or operation I I!
that a business is guilty of racial or *. Since the Act does not empowerthe Castle Oabby and I drove to New. with him and he woke up after a lime,, I be'lIlIlto rend i* garden and. flowers My heard I Cream oleo and sugar add
on errand That and a-
an U calling my tune was the! newspaper! Tills' last hi !sore and lonely. I miss Rmll eggs" stir flour and soda In I tai shiner ro 'he. &iT
religious discrimination, it can no longer Federals to bring in the payroll I our country scat! and about | frald I rnuiht be' 111 So 11 firms I rr
I week or so I have a desire to | and so many thlntr..mlnd\ and add 1 chopped apples andrtuul"lna way r*. writs, Casa .. asset
workers it de the exi.-ting at the start
employ
jobs
or promote money five miles from our village I I II many problems and read biographies. I an11'lna me of him. The chair h. sat) with a pinch. of *.bt .
sires. Instead it must employ and advance of this "reform" would diminish mpfrtiy. can drive there easily In 15 ,, heartaches. I thank CKxt for a thousand lives as I rvml |I In, the robe he wore as he lefI| stake |III oven 350 degrees Mltt.t' .HOOK ys r..ataia earertt. ..*....BSTXR-TKLK-

persons of those races and religions I I minutes and park. The wind'' each ache, for U all brings me t these. lives I find It good On It here I miss hint every time I 0 by 13: well greased and nl>ur. OLU'JI!,
ordered by the inspector, and Congress, you might think would

in the numbers NEVER} such law. But the . .
specified. pass a 1111. -- --- --- '-. ,. '. ....:. : "' .- ---- '--" '
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spector's authority covers all job clas- may well do so--unless the prospective

sification common laborers and the victims who are all colors and creeds,

most highly skilled secretaries' supervisors rise up in force and demand of the I

and vice presidents. If the unions Senators that they vote down this bitter .

with whom the employer has; contracts deception of all who want to work.

AN ANNOUNCEMENT) : \ TO THE: CITIZENS


r How To Spot A QuackAs


the American Medical Associationputs ment of Investigation offers six ways OF BRADFORD AND SURROUNDING; COUNTIESA

it. "The health quack and the to spot' a quack : If he uses a specialor l

food fad quack have been around since "secret" machine or formula he

the beginning of time, and they'll probably claims can cure disease. If he guarantees -

be with us for a long time yet. a quick cure. If he advertises or

They'll be here as long as quackery is: uses case histories and testimonials to i I

profitable. And quackery will be pro- promote his cure. If he clamors constantly i I

fitable as long as we continue to fall for medical Investigation and 1

for it." recognition. If he claims medical men

Some experts estimate that we act- are persecuting him or are afraid of .

ually spend the incredible sum of a his competition. If he tells you) that i
composed of Doyle Conner Our Association. will be identical to
group
billion dollars a year on useless cures, surgery or x-ray or drugs will cause

mechanical gadget., food fads and more harm than good. S. G. Denmark Mrs. Ruby John the Federal SavingH and Loan As
other quack gimmicks. And the dam Both private and governmental bodies I .

age that quackery does to health is be- and agencies wage a constant war
yond knowing. e on quacks. Hut the most potent anti- I Fred McDavid, John Torodr, A. J, Hociationn el ewhrrr.. We will pay


The how problem to identify faced a quack by the and laymanis avoid quack thoroughly weapon informed of all public.would Soread, be "I' Thomn! Jr., nnd E. 1 Matthrww has! 4'.. ''/i. per. cent interest on savings and 1 .

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) being taken in. There are guidelines, those guidelines! again and keep them bern granted permission to organize each account will be Federally in. "
and simple ones. The AMA's Depart- in mind. !

Federal Saving and Lnan Anaoci-. smell\ ,
, In veiretallon In that mld
\ Farmer's DiaryBy : Florida tropical section.scenes We where saw palma many ., lion Jri Strirlcc. r .wa ',. .._. ... ... "'IIIIIIT .x t ...,m.tGP'1It, ,1e111fiAMiiIMArAIeIMgI "' -W r. ..- ,.

Sasi MeGsrrvyhln grew in profusion and looked I
I like a Jungle In Africa Alice'
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saw. a number of the bougatnrille -
early here 20
experience
: vines in bloom, a* well a.
under Advisor V R
years ago
1 1 other plants of Interest i
(Dick i Ferguson, when he .

in gin becoming his climb the which top man. b"-I In ,,,I Were! rooting again tht.year .. feel that this Association will If you core to join with us, you may "
for the Houston Colt

agriculture Bradford and In the Startle itate Chap-The I,,:, And now that we've .seen themIn fulfil a long felt need in our area, fill out, sign and return the subscription
action we'll get a lot morefrom
ten, and their advisors. Paul 'I
Hutchins and Curtis Marloweare game the. radio accounts of the 1 1 primarily in the field of providing form printed" below Please"&
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to be congratulated for
Spring blew In during; th. the fine banquet and program 1111I fund! for new construction both state the amount of money which '
past week, but not on a gentle they staged last week I:'
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warm brerae. Instead. she 'I I ''l residential and commercial. I"liin is i. you will deposit.(>> During the first
came in with a cold wave that I W. had a big treat Satur' ::
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brought the low 40'chilly* :and temperature If she masnVwearing in day.tesr-old when nephew with Alice's, PrankWhltenack. II- NEW II'I' your personal invitation to become week in July, we will request you to

long, woolen 11 hat.ha we took a trip I tN (
all1ta. she should have down to Cocoa to see the Houston ESTERBROOK ,'II: one of our charter dejx> itor make the deponit (for which you sub I

been Cotta play the Minnesota I
Twins and alo. see Cape Kennedy N I I !BALL scribe Your deposit will earn" in* ,

But "berry grower will be A.* It was Prank's first ,

glad to see the. .weather stay I look at big-league baseball :: terest from.. July I 1st.
cool so that the fruit doe not and our first in about 15 POINT T t I II
ripen too fut. Hot weather years, we all had a fin time. t
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right now 'for any length of
time could be bad news Indeed It wasn't much of a content I I
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for our berry growers (th* ColU won 17-11. but It ($1..00 : I I
('lot III.-'II.'IU') : :) .. .'
and let's hope It doesn't happen was baM-btall-and peanut v I
and eracker.jarka In a '
brand-new stadium and the I ':p: \ ".,.. I
One of the best advertUirm Colts look like they're going "
promotion for Bradford berries to climb In the league standIng fcstradstt! sad /rllabli. I
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was ilated for thta week this year I Ckacsaf 4 .otar. _.w.S-----__..>*_W-..*... F IA.. I
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in New York City, with Mia* Uac at.adypwatemd' (City; )
Linda Ifuggln acting as our Ae got out on Cape Kennedj \

Queen She can cloys to as far as Merrttt Island bu: .-.- -. ....-
missing the trip for last Wed. were turned away from seeing ..M..eM, w. ..... I.I .

neday. night she came down the M'wallalAneh sites aa tha' =-:..w-- :1: f.f.) a.._..__..-....-.......__.. ,
with an attack of measles. of: wt't Ion .la open to th* publvt I r i_ L a.lI .- .., \
all thituri! only on Sundays Howrter wf
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enjoyed the
trip out there
Tobacco grower* will not there \g building and aeUvlty I FED( nAI.. HOMFLOAN: ; BANK BOARD ;a. .
set thi sit around that t toe r*>. I. .,
have their plants out aertlon beyond '
I Washington. I D. C.
aeaaon until around April I anything that ran be Imagin a1r ,"
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or two or 1.hrM.latr ed. t :W4Of. = I 'I.j
than tmiaL Delay In plantm : .j (

has been caused by anusaatt If you should take th* trip ... 'j ...
heavy ralna which held back duet whatrwr you da. get an "j flaring t **n given prmU.(lon !to errsnlaa a ....1..1 a.rriatlen. the!

plowtng and plant bed proper the beach at Daytona arHUa ;jf1 1 ,j .. urwlerlrn| herer/y' .1I .'rU. for Ih* .m Nint of "'" n..1 hwlkatal| | bainw. E

atioo Howe ample toe left In which) tomake wind .p .. .. did- out at th* .... Mw. .
1 .... mount of each: .tatarl I otT*"*,",* .their. r..(+*tJ'. nama llirw. w. aaTTr. In IT. :
a middle of nowhere on' the U --"' M L.- .
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.f a point of land and hare? Cnr: >tf't. in IK) d.&t&upnnt of such an .._ta.l-. ". fur .Ih* i>rUnn of l>iral' I

Doyle Conner got a big arId to retrace your' trtp toe IM airings and l horrva IIII.'d"' .

eat of tti* rr\ youths' .In action AIA Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
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l.rgrt H- pJlMt! totn_ of on our trip was th* different*
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: AlmlU') tM tt'tJ"A110N: Pita 'In Cash upon Ifuanrts

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TCUTORAPM:

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Qualifications For School Post Property Reassessment Is Key Results his parents Mr. and Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Wesleyof
I In MELROSEBy W Neefus.On Gainesville were recent


Main Issue At Clay Hill RallyClay 4T, ,. To More School Funds, PTA 'Told Broken dive into NeckA shallow ....atc lat Mr. Alice RoibbasamarVV'VVVYVVyyyVyyyyy5 anniversary observed March his 14 with tenth Brent a party birthday Baldwin at daughter.Rothhammer guests of!' their Mr. and and son-in-law children.A Mrs. Olynu and.

his home. party was held Flidav
Brooklyn Lake last Saturday -
County politlcans sad-I legislative post' to realize a ;s Citizens School Committee of lack of money. The onl- afternoon broke the- neck The Melrose Woman's Club Mrs. David Pritchard and night at the horns of M;s',
<1 lkd' up and charged: at Clay I "lifelong ambition" to run for member! Al Custer. a retired answer we got from the School of Mrs. Ellse Simins. :28yearold : met Wednesday March 18. children of American. Oa. are Marian Fred 'lckSllon for the
H'll', Saturday night, touching Bherlff. naval officer told the Keystone Board consolidation was mother of four Mrs. Earnest Bartlett and Miss spending the week with her young people of El am Baptist

off) the first political rally of I Saunders announcement Heights PTA Thursday ,' that you couldn't take a school Mrs. Simins, who was vlsltirta Iva Hillyer were elected as parents, Oen. and :Mrs. R. P Church
;.io)!! current campaign to the followed the withdrawal of night that what Clay County' away from a community.' friends who have a summer delegates to the State Con Hollls. Alan Clark of Vermont Academy -
n-lous satisfaction of about: Incumbent Sheriff John P Schools need is money and Ciister said. place on Lak' Brooklyn vention of the Florida Feder-I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handlerof at Saxon River. Vt. is
1 000 area resident I Hall veteran of 38 years &in M supplied the answer to''i' The Committee also found'' I in a patient at the Universityof ation of Woman's Clubs to be Hurricane W. Va. and Mrs. visiting his grandparent,
So; enthusiastic did the I the office. 'how" it could be raised: i that the curriculum of Clay Florida Medical\ : Center in held Apr. IS. Mrs. John Alvin Keeling of Waldo visit- Judge and Mrs. C. I. Tolles.
C' iwd become that races for' Muirhee said he would like "By equalizing Clay County: Schools is the bare m.nlmum Oalnrsvllle. She was placed Strawn and :Mrs. Edward ed Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spur- Mrs. Pat Glisaon and Mr
E> 'i'Iff and County School to organize a Sheriffs Posse i iLiii taxes." j in most instances and is not on the "fair" condition list Lcngnecker were! elected as lock on Monday. and Mrs. Bunyon Kelley spent
Superintendent brought out [ and Saunders announced I In other words rcaisess- comprehensive enough. Custe:' Tuesday, after three days on alternate. It was decided that Mrs Ruth Williams of Dun- Sunday touring Sliver Spring-
DOS) cheers personal jibes i iii I plans for forming! a Junior II merit of property and raisins': sited lack of equipment and the critical list there. a delegation of members of dee is via ting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nettle Mann and!
..ndkerchlef waving, and un. I Deputy program to work with ib I the property valuation rate'I no lesson guides as an exam- Mrs. Oibbi! of Lake Brook-' the club would attend the R. F Simmons. Schular Cox and chtldrcn
scheduled oratory from spcc- the young people if elected. from the present 51 per cent. ple. lyn and her 12-year-old so>i Putnam County Commissioner Miand Mrs. Henry Edward Evelyn, Patricia arid Nancy of
'jLors.Qrneral. fnoppoied Cuxter mild his home i is valued i;I CURter said that he realized: put a piece of ph wood under meeting on Mar. 24. The Kromer and son of Atlanta.Oa. Jacksonville spent the week-
Supervisor of Clay County___n__ Judue_ Thomas J at $10.000 by the County Tax "people mltrht: not like what I j Mrs. Simms' neck and back next meeting of the Womans' are spending the Easter!: end in Melro e.
County Schools Jesse P. Tyn- Rivers, unopposed in his 'bid Allred Asks Assessor. and that he pays no say," He also said the Committee and drove her in a station Club will be Wed., Apr. 1. holidays with,' his parents. Roy McNeil of Clear-water
( i, v.ho series the 1 for re-election said "the fried tjxes. wanted to stay out of wagon! to Belot*'* Drug Store. Luncheon will be served at Oen.! and Mrs. Phillip F. Kro was guebt of Mr. and Mrs. V
nt's post lost superlntend-1' chicken tastes better! and the Seat On Clay With "half valuation," politic j The Oibbs have no telephona: noon by the hoitesses. Mrs mer. Y. Oawley on Thursday
:wading off with 'I potato salad goes down which Is the present going The Committee Is sponsor at their Lake place. P. Hollls Mrs. M. N. R'I Rev. and Mrs. Jean Chance i afternoon.
don't School Board that leaves S.OOO of his '' I children spent last Sat Mrs. Charlotte Pelham died
rate
our ,,",oother" when you I ing candidate quizzes for per- Bill Belote called the Fire' and Mrs.. C. A. Ford. and
NtOHT"; controversy with his have opposition. I property that 1" taxable. sons running (for the School'! Department and Civil Defense :i Winners of the :Melrose\. urday. In Cedar Key. at a Gainesville nursing home!
of
I unnlng mate Calvin Wilcox. State Senator Charley E Glenn Allred) a resident(! Homestead exemption I III $3.000 Board and Superintendent' Director! Ray Chance. Chanel Duplicate Bridge Club for lajt I I Mrs. Margaret Huffman on Wednesday and was buried!
: Tyne who claims all the Johns who now has Clay In I f Orange< Park for candidacy 17 years has for under Florida law. so that'' poit and will aRk candidateshow I brought the ambulance and week were: Mrs. W. H. Ed- spent Sunday, in Jaclcionvine in the Melrose Cemetery! : Friday
qualifications! required for .criedltatlon his district and likewise has announced his leaves Custer' property with | they feel about consolidation Belote and Bill Beam rushed'' wards, Jr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Charles Bowen and afternoon, Mar. 20.
District
School Board memb, -
: by the SouthernI no opposition thanked the I no taxes. "I don't know where'I property reassessment, Mrs. S1mmi to the Bradford Strawn. first place. Mrs. Roland "Mrs. Reg Doe of Ft. Lauder-
I Association of Colleges and voters and said. "I will show I Two Clay; County.Mr. the one per cent went," Custer\ School Board members'! pay, County Hospital where Dr. P. Bryan and Mrs. Phillip dale are spending: a month TRDOTT EPISCOPAL
: ilchools.; declared that "the no favoritism between rny Allred was born and laughed. the curriculum classroom ,, O. Felos examined her on the Kromer second place: Mrs. with Mrs. Bowen's daughter CHUKCB MELKOSB
: 'rlucatlonai lives of 5.000 Clay three counties." reared in a small farming "By broadening the tax I shortage\ and making( alii]j i.: stretcher and told the Volunteer Walter J. Orollck and Mis. and son-in-law. Mr.. and Mrs
County students depend onHectlng Other unopposed candidates I community In South Florida.lie bane, we could bring In the board meeting public. i I[! Firemen to head for Edward Longneoker./ third Orb Sadler. Holy: Day It a. m.. Boty
their apprecla-i was educated. \ the public needed dollars to aid our I will candidate R. L. Arnold is visiting Sundays 10 a, mt- ChureA
: a qualified man. who expressed There be a : Oalnesvllle! 'place: and Mrs. W. E. John. Mrs '
Wilcox who holds a mast Ion, were Louis Huntley, for : schools and attended the University nchooln. We could then lower I quU In Keystone in early Doctors at the Medical Center son and Mrs.\. C. L. Pridgen. her mother. Mrs. John Dau h- School. ll:4:: .. m. 'ILoetiing
r'J( degree In child d"vclopjncnt Kate Representative [who will (! of Florida for two the mlllage rate so that pcr- April. I did not move Mrs. Simm. fourth place. try, In Palatka. Prayer. and Sermon (1'1A'd:
,. countered with the have Republican opposition Jn years before volunteering for lions who now pay property Custer said that the!' Committee from the stretcher while performing j The Altar Society met Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Sagas Sunday Holy: Communion], I I
.' ftaltn that "I can be quaIl- November], Tax Assessor Louisa he Air Force in 1940. Durhtvhe taxes would have only a found that Clay County -1 the operation. Belote\ Thursday morning In the rec- and children of Jacksonville p.m. Episcopal Young Chureb-
I fled by the time I take over Smith. Tax Collector E war he> served In the slight raise If any at all" doe i have one of the finest Beam and Chance waited Teatlln hall of St. W lliamS; spent lost weekend with his men.
the! post In January, or by the Wayne Geiger, and Supervisorof European Theatre and was I CUHter said. school bus transportation systems there for almost five hours. : Catholic Church. Among other parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur : Communion."
time the !schools\ come up for Registration<<\ L. E. Wilson. discharged In October 1045 as Cutter aMid that Clay In the State and that Another ambulance call was | things a delegation was or- Suggi. ''I' The RII. Jean Chance ";
the Democra- a Muster, Sergeant lie settled Schools tire 14 9 cent shorton well main i'I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oun- Vicar.
I purvey In November. Huntley won per the schools were received Sunday about 7/ p. m. | /ganlzed to attend the Deanery -
: Wilcox said he had a letterS tic nomination when Sounder'withdrew 1n Ornnne Park'soon after discharge money needed to operate tained.Custer.. when a tourist at the Holiday at St. Patrick's Parish in zenhauser of Dundee! are visitIng \ THE NIGHT POINT for Ute
truth the Southern Association to seek the sheriff and resided at 431 school for this year. lie cited who used! an overhead Beach cottage had an apparent -, Jacksonville. \ Mr. and MI'S. Joe Wil- write. Come .to and ;
yo
.I saying that IIln'ce he alteady office. Clinton Drive with his wife, the school budget an being projector to helpJIu.\ heart. attack The man. Rev. Jean II. Chance was liams. inset say favorite EaTEft- '

: has a ma tcr's degree "Running" Candidate Millie and their two daugh- tl.DSl.708.. With 1444.788 from ,I I strate his. fact, said that not Mr. Phillips. was rushed to presented a communion set I W. E. Wentworth spent last BROOK year Fvutatt r....ra..&- :
S lit a related field he can meet Cleric\ of the Circuit Coiiit0001Re ten, Susan and Javne. the County and 11228.270\1 one school In Clay County has Bradford Hospital. Volunteer i Wednesday night( flt the parish! week in Tampa. OKATH.
: 1h! qualifications by takingS I... Carlisle Is OPPOBPT* He Is a pnrtner at Leach & from the State. an overhead projector The' Firemen Everett Fox, Tommy house by the parishioners! of I Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Ford&; ,..
iiddltlonal courses. by William E. I Duke) Webba Allrrd general insurance agency That leaves Clay Schools I|I Keystone PTA is aiding Key- Mllllcan. Ed Bennett and Trinity Episcopal Church.A visited Mr. and Mrs. John ,
: ''Tynea shot back "Show m' school teacher who was. defeated In Jacksonville. 1278.630/ short.CuAter j' stone's school to buy one. Chance went on the call. Union Service: will be held Simmons and ch Idre nln Orlando
a tonight. Anything can happen by HlrrU Long for thr The family belongs/ to the said it took the Com I Several teachers and cltl-i Firemen Beam said that If Friday Mar. 30. from 2 until and Mr and Mrs. John MURRHEE
I bU-ween now and then." Superintendents post foul Presbyterian Church of Or-I mlttee "three years to> dig up i zens spoke out during tti5i residents' need an ambulance i 3 p. m. at the Trinity Episcopal Bellereau) and son in Indian Insurance
: Wilcox has no teaching exoertence. years ago.Bidding. mire! Pruk, where Mr. Allred the facts but we have them 'meeting, with teachers citing' the fastest way to get one is Church In observance of i River City during the week.. Agency
I '. but has done admIn for County Com recently served a< chairman,I now." i' material shortage and members call the Volunteer Fire De Oood Friday. Dr. Oland WIl- end. General Insurance
8 Istratlve work for a large insurance missioner from District I err of the Board of Deacons! andIs Custer also cited other "Ills"! asking "how" they could partment. son. pastor! of Ellam: Baptise Ml.il' :Margaret Slade. .who" is .
ouoa1ly1oart
: firm in JackvIlIe.I Incumbent Luther (Cooterl' presently a ruling Elder I of the Clay system. "The State help the Ituat1ofl.At Church, will deliver the.. ser taking nurse's! training in FJre} Auto Hondo.
of the degree who last recommended that w. consolidate Keystone High :
Requirements Wilson, spoke andrew < Allred is present : mon. -WiI I the
Mr. active in commutilty ., Daytona Beach, spent Keystone Heights, 4T3-47M
the Southern rebuttal from our. schools instead we School not accredited by the rangement as the choir gave
: ns stipulated by a opponent affairs, in the PTA 014( ( The Fleet Reserve held their weekend!' with her parents Mr
I Association, are that the maJor Everett W. Ivef overoadH Orange Park Elementary ( have diversified." Southern Amorlatlon of u vocal' tribute. first picnic for this year Sun
I/ J portion of the masters be county engineers, aiu* ', Penney Farms has three'' Schools and Colleges/ but U The Keystone Chapter has day at the Wagon Whorl on -- -----",
: In school administration with cooperation with areas of th' School and la now serving at' teachers! with 48 pupils and a working toward that goal. "been especially honored by the Highway 301.
.' nine hours in admlnlitrnllonihree county. president! of the Orange' Park .school that must ba maintain "With accreditation comes appointment of Past Matron Lt. and Mrs. Charles Mclaughlin
:! I hours of superylsoryoursrs Wilson mild he hnd "co Uonn Club.Garden. M ed. Clay 11111. which Bon something el e. A school Is not, Ernestine Eiienacker a.' District of Pensncola were JENNINGS
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e' "'- and six hours in curriculum operated; .. t with Keystone and through eight gradm.. ,. h., 91 allowed to stand still, it must 8 Orand Instructor Fast recent guests of ;Mr and Mrs.V. .
:, : courses. Under the Orange Park when they. woulc ClubMembers ,I punll. and only. three teacher*,. Improve to keep It," Principal :Matron. Beatrice Schroeder 1 1j 14 Y. Crawley. ,\IURRIIEE! ;
State's teacher certification ,let me." Ivey said. .w Make "There.. empty ('Ia"I" I Phil Knuth a..ld. |j I Chalman of the Library for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beau
: equlrements adopted several I II need acounty engineer to plar rooms at school because! 'we1:, ". ,Cuit4r, also cited thn fact the Orand Chapter: and there lac of Waterbury: Coon. have \
year ..0. a c.n Hdnl/ tor the mil roA"l1l1tHd/ of Just sending Easter Corsages hove no money to hire teach. that Clay County. has a hitch 1 I Iia need! of more supplies for been visiting Judge and Mis. I
;! fcJuperlntendcnt'a post must 'someone out to survey" em.. There!' are chemistry desks rate of teacher. turnover and the State! Hospital at Mac- C. I. Tolles. For Clay CountySHERIFF I
:- J". havn five years teaching ex- Jack R. Day. Otrl Scott Easter corsage-making oc.I at one of the hlirti schooLs that teachers 'were hard to net clenny Items should be sent Tommy Storer from Harvard
:' jieilcnce. and three to be a ramp supervisor and third irpled members when thil that aren't connected bocnunj hpre.TYTYYYTYYTTTYTYYTTTTTYTYYYTYTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTT. to her before April 3'0 .ah-* University is spendingthe
certified pilnclpal. if thlMChool candidate for the District > harden Club of the takes met '' -- can make her report at the spring holidays with hli
.\ la arctedlU-d. post cited hla education in .last.. Thursday. morning at St. Oland Chapter. parent Dr. and Mrs. MorrisB. !
: "tXin't worry about your supervisory and maintenance William's Hull( In Keystone! The regular meeting on Storer
-j (rhoola', accreditationV11- schools, plus a degree. In bust Heights.: MI'.. Harold! Duke of KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS April 'IV11l be cancelled!' due Melrose gills who, attended ,
:i C''X'told the crowd. "I can take administration that he' JarksonvlIIi.*, an accredited to the Orand Chapter beingIn Career Day at Oalnt-svlllo,' Your Vole and Support
'1 the courses. I will have up..Iate -\<). will receive soon."With national" coinage judne.( was In Df Mary K. Schaeffer session! In Jacksonville High School on Saturday 'were. Appreciated.
: information not 15 year Louis Huntley gone. charm* of this 'workshop seikm. April 8-11 It was< announcedthat Ann Bowen, Jean Lively and
old:: facts." there. wont be a man on the Mrs. Eugene anllagerPi .AAAAAAA&.a&AAAa.14.1 ,, IAAA AAAAA4Aa.s.a..AA4 AAV, a School of Instruction Sara Baldwin. They. were accompanied
", Sheriff's Race County Communion with any/ > t District. Four director, j I will be held at 10 am. April by their FHA advisor -
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: Jennings Murrhee. :38-year- college training," Day do- accompanied Mrs. Duke to the i HI I.M.It ''...\ Fiancls Egan: IUS In charge ol I IS. under the new District Instructor Mrs France Stephen-
old< political newcomer wan cia red. .ravelin 1 \rtlHl.: KVK.NT: publicity for this social hi, -, Ernestine Elsenacker. for TYie Record -

: pretted with blaring auto Competing for the District Mrs. Itlchard Vouh of Melrose The rdxicatlrTnul' l building of 111l'h01 the year t On April 21 she will be specially son.Mr and Mrs. D. K. Howard I I AM IS "e"..* or ace: a NATIVI Or CLAY COUNTY! Ma"
horns.) shouts cheers and ap- 3 Commission .e"t are Marvin president, of the club the Community Church' 'was PTA MCMOUI. 1'I.IMC honored by the chapter of Charlotte N. C. spent several also' SACS Iwo CHILD., ...... ..a. .. 11 ...0 i.: RIOIOI ATBCLMOHC
platise alt he took the stand to Clr'en, Incumbent: ErnesHatcher gave the 'Invocation, and Mr*. ''the setting for. the- tenth '"T<) nr ('vriNiTi' ) Hostesses for rl'lr.llhmC'n&Aat Hys with her biother-ln- NIAM. KIVSTONK: Htienrre. : IW>A f joust with Rep. Sam Saunders and C. B. Mosley Pvnlfl Pater ptouram, chair. annual Silver I Tea' A discussion of theCllnic at 1 the last meeting/ were Amy law and t sister Mr. and Mia, AND TiMoin, .uoi ii..: ACTIVE' : MIMOCK or' pmer' OAerioT
: '1 HO last week renounced till Necking the voter' blensln! man, Introduced' Mrs DukTlie << of the Community ChurchWomen K.yst.itr ttcio) l .featurrd. th. McElrath. Elisabeth Hiinbl.}. Lester! Orlffln. CHUMCH' or' .KtvoTON: MiiaMTO.: I"O Dcanic MAOOM. :
for the UUtilct. 5 CominlMlnp ( ,, group al.,) voted to send I on Match. IB The :300 March 19 PTA meeting In th" and Florence South.t"1I.! MUM Carol Nrl on. flnancee' $""'''11'''. ELSIe Moose: Vm ... OF Wooco WAA Two:
Edna "t were II. B.: Moody, t,. 11 two offlrrta. Mrs Vouh anUrr8. .guests, rnteivd under f "wrr> > school& Ubmry It.," reported The White Elephant Sale. of Lt. WUUam Terry KIrk.PIIrk'k MKUOC or. v f W, I ass tou Tut .ptoeic: or CLay CCHJN
William. Lancaster, and John Qondwti Pnter. to the District decked canopy and writ. sealed that. the clinic u often unattended wax. a fine success TV TO OIVC, A VOONO FAMILY' MAN CMAneC: TO brays YOU
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who to .stationed IN TMie MO.T
In IMPOWTANT
n.o"'T-tIUaIaw' rtiool Hoard hopefuls from Pour nwetlntf at MaiuUiUtt, in In the audltoilum Th due to lack of Interest HOME: OEMOVHTKTIOV:: POSITION' or TltUST.
: FLOWVUi District 2. an "open"" neat ''II tth Arrll Mis C R: MitchellMi small lea tables: uric covered or cooperation of those Th. Keystone Chapter of ""ankh, Germany, has been I Stand for -

no incumbent runnlnu are J : .*. Tlixciice Ilarita, and Mra I with white cloths and centrrrd assigned the Clay County Home Dc- visitIng\ his parents. Col. and Cousnous rats,. Ho..t .
Cllen Allred. Sidney Dorr I nrn Cooper .ei. named anoinUniting > a ''IIlth spring flow-tit, and Several remedies acre ua- rmiratlon Cluj met March"' ).Irs. E. E. Klrkpotrick. 'OItC..II..t aso I..T'AL' Law i'd'
1. rrrrr" dJJ'r0 coiiunlttev to pro-I! the long lea table held!' silver' gested. Including doing awa) U at the Clay Electric Co-o, Homer Fluher and son, OUY --
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and L. A Kelley Jr. J.OIt4' i a slate of officers for I Incoming I ten srrvlcra at each .eiwl with .with\ the clinic altogether but .hen Mrs Margaret( Nelnon. .,. ; .; .. --=_L.-_ _-__ _
From District 4. Incumbent :yearLuncheon. |I, a large' center arrangement of MUs Kate Mansfield said tha' county a.*nt. brought interesting -
Hrhonl Hoard member Jack wa. .served at flow MS. It was Ute best 'thing( the PTA Iru'ructton on nutritional ,
: p AI oM.c ---11 Wilkinson. cited hla 13: yean I ,noon, by the hnat ""PIl. Mr. I' On the!' Hinge "f're too tall had ever don for the school: food A new member

?bem : oaala, of experience in the puot, 4 (' $op\'r. Mrs. Pater and Mia.Clure \' '.hlte Iron candelabra holdIng !. The clinic was. started. about Mrs. Ruth 'lell C'rlr. of Luke KEYSTONE HflG lily MELROSE
'mhlle!' one oPIlOn..n&Irl.| : tail a hlt. tapers and' rise years ami by the Ute Nan Geneva Trailer. Park, was wel. IJ --
T1i, grouti continued the. ,, boideilnn, tli. stage wire. nw '- Mulr. who kindled the lilt....... rrmed at I this timeAnnouncement !' .
workshop, ) during the afternoon -' anita boutlu and baskets of of Ih* other mothers and U made of
and flutiSt of the member | aalra spent countless hours there the Count Council meeting BUSINESS DIRECTORY
I a*.rmbled their 0'11 n,' 'i Mr. James Cook program herself. Pilnrlpal Knutli said. : of Iloane Demonntrallon Clone ,
SOMETIMES, ALL rf TAKES TO 1 Kaitrr 01'11I1110'. 'I'I chats nun. In introducing the that the!' present chairman at 10 a m Tu*..day. March I''.

I SEPARATE 1\\C\\ MEN FROM THE I ]' guest artists, the LVIbrrtflterrell Mr*. Camellia Float hajroiked at the Mlddleburg Civic Center APfMANCES i PAUTOSTORE: jKKSTAi: :RANTS
VickieVel ensemble ot CUInes-' hard and efficiently' A covered dah: luncheon
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L Oovs is THE GIRLS a former justice ,
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uf the, !' ice In MlddVrbung.' rill. gap an account of their but baa met with lnd.fferenc' will be served at noon. 'T: V Service Center I! ;
I poke\ In favor of "o\\>"n and Vast training and evprlrnr. It was decided! to maintain th* An Interesting tour of the' Western Auto Beidler's
ILl3ti !'znt mr.tln>," of the The itruup consists at Dr and I'nnie.111\ the promise the'v'rytine hone farms at OraU ass. enor I. .. THICfl. rrmrtrUr' Holiday Inn
I School tViard .>> that. "Iser(, i Mrs Sterrelt. and their, chll-l '' woukt try harder tJ. ) "d by 30 members onMatch **5nd Mterwc..' Associate Store

I people *m know wlMt. ll 1M' {I atrtn: Janue. *14. WkJ. II snake n a aurcesa" 4 | < ..*:*,....jvi. 8.rnco: I j. AppU.en.)1jn, Restaurant
Uoard d.>-. and Tyler 10. ..ho hearts| A not. ot appreciation. sac. The next D1H'UIIIIU be i or *-,5
Leon A tUiler. third eonipiKltr "'tolr. the show with him oel- ' for the Dutrtcl! 4 sect i Inn ability TheIr varied program ) OUwon. and .her .\>NOt*>( I'MCVTHThursday. : : TV"' aMO *- BTXKCU: llaltnrlij. (MrLKTELT SJEMOOnJalOATB

Mid 'It'. going U take Urn, wa "well rcted| to lunchroom tuff thanking th* March.. Easter ': ("01,0. TV 0f"Df ...nBssKLW<
to brim up the Irrrl ot Clay. show the talent of ill mem- meroberiMp for the new elrci Cantata at Community Warn Csw.s.4-TV -tala.. Spsttt. lends, Skyrlar. fa. ,,_ _
County .......L.* and prorUan.rd beta ot ,.. _mI ". i i I Irte food atirer In view. of CTnirrh. 7 30 p m Ever one j a.--. ... ... I. I............- ........ ,
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Mra. Owirlr. WtUvniu urh It rot InniedRxeeullve "
that Hits sac hu main. In. '' apsarseirnllen. ass ...."...... _
\\IoNr1t t in ituuuiurThounn general C'laln.1oUof the U*. eds to buy the lunchroom a Board meeting olCiwnmunily I .Jll rar ., ... ......
.. 4U1nu\4 on m ivr. was ably aMlstetl by Miv" Wal t tler food 0'R>fr. ., well C1Ul't'1Womf'ft... UP TO :rt -. OfF ICXTIJT'Of'f&' "
H.io>mi JGIIH"NT.Jnisf" ::
l* Ul'a. all p..Ulkan..PC' &In OrrrtVfk and; ih* foflowincrlinhie. > Al Cuxer cot the Clay Coun- M.rrh JO. 3 30 a m In educational .
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; unanimous rrrment that elwitmen. eaeh at''1' tv CHfen's" ("mmlttee ...., building pplLaac.n;' i! HUM. r-rriTT
? \had '''' !, a. ... k... It .
t the chicken arnrd by "th horn capaoJe *MM itla. Uv need 'tot addtttonslrh p.l1rwy Farm annual 0....
4:1g. ,vod>> UdM. of Clay Mill* P1'A.' Mrt Beotrlre iVhraeder table <" just rouklnl" bfo brat" rewnrallout, Mra.. J W WlMl.hotteue PTA" member 19o attend av.,- the brklee of ,_terTe.r 1"r1- \\VheeIer :,
Th nc.11CLe,. County rail. !IY *. wlUi In* Junior InCI of the """,8I\&t... In th* dar aprU 2. 7 30 p 1ft. Memorial 'f--r Sesra. n--"" | KCAJ.TO
H.Mle' *.ea serving Mu ,'. the third Chapelngwlflt. s Of aKAt aaTTATV
will .b* hM at JoIId.1f'bur': -- riorrolne n'y courthouse on Z'Ct
Arrmolnr( ilaturday t rry. Ckrol RakerLli 'nnd.ay' oT each month at tHe NEXT wirm isiscount otore [ **-n ,.,-,,. TH i. T.'**nT*> cts .trr...ait**..*

HWIM. Virginia C.1fIP. p On rtid.T and Saturday. ...--- ....- sad ..,..._;0.no ".... T.JI( .... tt Tal. 47$43ST.nd
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AXNT.-S m< ci>ru.rtirnrit. belL ant .Jm WIKft! Mam. |I fre" hmefita _. er ed In erenliwt.urll 3-4 Ute to'b. .. nd.
That may he true, but Momrthlng eke KCTATOVKMundays H..tw''l'OhI.IIb. !. takr 5 tt # taiCklirlIMS alta 'M ....... m.w. C ftM of Ktyvloneevrio nab II nIWI E,"'.,__ I *- -MO'S:
that IM. the mark of ass U a healthy ** 4w. .. U'1'1' N_ re >4 .1C ha. <. a Haofennnr w. .r tr. r..ertk.*.. w. ....,. ..... ._ .. E. MeKaiv,Realtor
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IUnlnp acrount for the future whether ... Mornlnc rrr. man 'n1ont1MoJllaII." \4TFKN. 'T *. .tn the Otfetorium a. a _ _ tiMe "mii IA.lr.a-a r-..
It* for an education, marrUxe or venture lUly ruchartM. ChureA ruMt..... Mra. Cha! >rte. 1'- Pail Grand U.lron V rn. pat ,-in_ ('-eA.', I. Ii'e". sande.

into bu"lnf'Nlot. cVhool aivl 9 .rmon. '.n aIn and Mia. Dick Sanderiand Sr: r and P*.l Orartd Palro .M" on' Thurvl.r. AorU J. AUTO SUlViaC I..i ,'* faa T.., Ls.4sr.ipi.g.h'1 *.. ""_ .u ooe; ....
rr' .ntn Prayer and KTC. were at the twe t b fc>k Mr T >vrent Brief wvre honored there will be a ... *. for the SU" _

I P mWr Jack tUbonUon, tab)* .etimt cc Ute Kerttnne Om C\.ep'.r| Tounpr hihtri,, at MTSekrU Terrell's 'O- C. Cames Nursery, aa'-a !4.(5ed
1 fj g LIr k arr" Oy MornirviPr MTt. ivtt CJirtotafTer.> '}'T>a1 evening Marefi IT al: be II foe ........ o.?*....EV- 41.-. ..-'
1 t.? ti1vI4.I; .r.r. l..n., m. tMltPrmyer Mr Kl* t 1 tea UMe. a sits :Mrs "T ...v.. "tel 1 coca-55s5 U as ant lcd TIe for .-htUrTti! ..' M.. Gulf Service u .o.. w..t otN 0.. ........ Is e .c.u_ ,n"

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TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TKLFGR4MI.' STARK}. FLORIDA TIIl'RSD-\Y. \I.\RCII: 26. 1964


,l i with Vonclle Ketch taking i summer biting insects begin to I

Low Gross ((891, and Vest | appear. !
'KEYSTONE I Aiken winning Low Net 170 I 1 I repeated every ;

y In the 18 hole play. In the 9! WITH ; COUNTY 1: tact your
t I HILITES hole play. Lucille Starnes cap- make I
.tY, __
tuned Low Gross with a 66., I I
and Velma Menzen took Low; YOUR AGENT TOBACCO i

IFiotn I Proceeding Page] Net wth a 38. GESTIONS are a I

A large turnout was expected for some but
week to replace an elementary reminder!' might be
for the Pro-Am I Lady
'
teacher who was unable and Invitational this week, othei
to come that dav. We wale amazed 1. Set clean J
March 23. 24. 25. Lee Stephenson | 1
at all the things that
Keystone Country Club that are free of

are going on there and should | Pro In sponsoring the Meted sects Look at ;' ,

be reported. lat Award which will be a 811 fore they are IJ I
We wish that the various I i 1 J
2. Set them in
I Ivpr bowl. Prizes will also be
sponsors would a.ssUn a bon I Just as quick after! ,
awarded to the winner of each I
or gill to do the publicity for flight possIble. You I

each organization Our plion- !i A number of the State's top DyGeorge difference in
number In 4734127. For Instance -
I T. practice as
women amateurs will be competing
we know that the Key-
ting plants that
In the Invitational on Huggins
atone boya won a track meet the 24th and 29thESTRtLLITA pulled several days f

with Melroie last FrIday. but : SUPPER I -- 3. Wireworm I
we were unable to get the result -
I| The Eitrelllta Club is sponsoifng THE LULL AFTER THE: would be proud. Wednesday good insurance
*. We have no report on
I the Burnt Cork Minstrel last a Chicken Pilau Supper I STORM was the feeling Tucs- was strawberry Day In New': lals that can be

Friday and Saturday even- at .lie Ma tonic Hall on Saturday day morning at''30 when York City We hope millions|I i'I transplant water

Initfi. which we unfortunatelydid : I evening. March 4, Iron Bernice and Linda left for of people will know more about I I dane. heptachlor
5:30: till 7. Follow label l Tplo'Craph"I
they were strawberries than they
not attend this year. Th Jacksonville. There
Supper Tickets will be SI 1.211 I mixing amounts.
at 9:40 an.ipat ever did befoie.KNSEFAHLOWMY'.
Student Council to active, and to get on plane :
for adults and 73 cents for know that any
In New Yolk I believe -
-- -- lunch I
....u...M.. tr........,'moFamily KO ate the! Future Homemaker children under 12. Price of to off better if you
r _. The Beta Club has been at 12:30.: They were
the ticket. Includes desseit. good start.
meeting, too. we understand. Immediately start on their list LJOirr-IS is the big sounding .
room. I I A new faculty member Mrv CORRECTIONThe ; of scheduled activities. The name for sleeping sickness or TOMATOES

Lutz. has been aligned to Rug Hooking Class few days before were pretty blind staggers The proper ,1 for the home
I which will be taught/ by Mrs varieties will be
finish the term of Mrs. Rob- trying after Linda came home way to spell it is Encephalo- I
: f You'r looking at the family room In a Volt. ertnon. the Junior sponsor. Sara McDonald will meet the Wednesday before with myelitls. By now you know garden supply l i
' wagon Station Wagon. and I journalism teacher. The only twice a month on Wednesdays measles.! Well, a call to our I'm talking about that virus not grow your

: It., got all the comforts of horn, plus 8 choirs, 5 1904 annual In aim part of her I at the Women's Exchange doctor brought four kinds of disease In horses Birds and I' Don't let the Get t
them down.
Building. Last
week for her and one kind for biting Insects are among the :
4 doors, and 21 windows. domain. The annual staff ha i pills 'I
we said it would be meeting; I dane bait and
: It can also b. a pool and card roomS : really put out a good book this every Wednesday! which Mama. moat common canters of the plants after you

Car poolers pull out the middl. l.al. In go a year we hear Another new would tie Mr!!. McDonald down I sure want to express our virus.There I 1 I you see signs of
is
table faculty member' Is Mrs. Ann deep" appreciation for all the no specific treat-
: bridge and 4 players.
considerably. Why not call i I In the freshly
Sanborn who Is In the business kindnesses from all the peopleIn ment for this disease! in :
It be
s can a nursery room; this
Mrs. McDonald at 473-4005 den. use same
to make this horses.!! The death rate will
helping them
. Some mothers carry a crib or playpen' i In back: education department. for the straight dope? depend 1 I material to
on the of virus.
She travels to Keystone every trIp. Linda's greatest concern type
. Others carry potted plants. The price for the Instruction hoping that she would Few animals may survive but I I'the ground.
wan /
from Mclntonh. The new
t It can be a moonlight-and-roses room'. Th. sung';: Ipay mu,le teacher, Mrs. Oll'elvlp.hl1ll will be less for members represent our people our the majority that do survive I If some of you
. roof on top slides into a moonroof at night. of the Keystone Woman' straw will retain ill i don't know what
a new music bulldlnir to county and our great some effects for I i ;
: It can be a studio' room with skylight, wall-to* teach In. Her department ,is I Club than for non-members berry industry so that wa : life cricket Is, ask

I Vail windows, five-fool easel, and six-foot artist. ( (located at the back of the I We understand she has about Vaccination Is your Insurance. I, supply man or call

It can be an outdoor-Indoor room: Holds two campus In one of the new enough pupils to start her Now is the time. Dy vaccinating ,,

ion, or three sleeping bags, or on. pitched pup temporary buildings and It Is clasii. daughter of her sister Jean I now the animal will'I Cash Paid for ( )

' 'lent. most attractively renovated PERSONALS/ the former Jean Mori Is. who build up a high degree" of immunity ,, K...... :No Khaki
: Our family room comes completely tuml h. The other two new temporary Mrs. Margaret Hall and her used to visit the Frws in the I before late spring and Cotton. Bring to t

: ed for $2761.00.Chairs. uncle. James Packard left .&.iimtnpr_m___ .. and made many'
buildings, still under,
process
. ml clothe Sunday for their home in friends among\ the teen-agers
( carpet, clock from, of renovation will be th%
.. Massachusetts after" spending Watch for the Keystone
: hangers eunroof.. window, heater etc.) home economics departmentnext I
the winter In Keystone Heights Cub Scouts on television I
4 And that'll a lot than the kind
cheaper you year. Heights In the Pangborn cot Saturday, morning '
add to your hoime.BRUNDAGE. Miss Emma Kate Mamifleld Your Candidate for r-'i ;
tale They have been spending March 28. at 8:30.: They will
has a pretty' flower garden
their winters here for a be on Pop Eye Program on
under the picture window of
MOTORSJACKSONVILLE
number of years, and have Channel 12. I M
her library, and 'around he':
made many friends who will Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sunder
Inc. garden the has put attractive
an '
welcome them next fall. land of Wilmington Del. are SHERIFF r

r. 1250 East 8th at Halnea St. "" :;::;'- say the white Library fence.Is Needlessto always Mrs. Marjorie Few spent visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. -

Jacksonville, Fla. 4 pleasant and attractive. last week in Atlanta and Roe Sunderland. Jr., and familyin
well" G*? vlflltliuf her parent. Keystone, and will be her
a .Surf*tod Retell Trice Eaot Onset P.O.H. Local"Tasoa std COUNTRY CLITB NEWS and her various brothers and until after Caster They all''

.:. Other Deafer\ Delivery Charge, It Any,.Addlt.......- ere The held Keystone an 18-liolc Women and 0-hole Oolf. : sisters.! She became acquainted enjoyed a weekend trip to'' OF BRADFORD COUNTY \

. with her new nice, the Cypress Gardens and Week! I ,l
event on Thursday March Id. ,
.. Wachee Springs.! I
S The newlyforlned Keystone! \
JI.llht'l'| School Band mad 4'' '

I good\ showing. at "the Azalea ) 'V'4" HAROLD K.


j .(!o!ck OFFICE. EQUIPMENT SALE Festival and daughter. and In Mrs Palatka of Ralph. NeedhamMas recentlyMr. Limber, ,' V


*.have been suiting!, the i{
NORMANi
I John Bird family M KeyitoneThe .
. Limbers have gone on to

. t Sarasota and will stop in : .

Keystone Oil, U1t'lrr, way north. I
They will be taking' their I
ECONOMY" I''''. ChI daughter back to .her studies Son of Ir. and rr". Leon Norman Harold K. Norman and wife I..HNorniitn.. the

Ui.d In church audiiorluri, at Swarthmore College. In former Ml. Ixjri KafuM, and. l thi-lr four rhIMrrn.
eataerlos and librarl.i. Pennsylvania.Mr t '. Horn and reared in Bradford County Pictured l left to right arrt ( harkNoniuiit. _(. ISlUkU

. Heavy gouge ilnel, mod. to .and Mrs. John Bird plan'I \.. > Norman, age<< S; Shrllu Norman, age a. aril
.. r" j- lail' a lifeMm. Foam rwbbx reunion Graduate of ClaSH of 1930 Bradford High! Mliharl. Norman mgt II. e
. ;: : ears and bock. Seat tiltf16V to hold a family' a
: :: wide, IJ'Vdtto.No. their home this weekend.'Di' :
Nq ,26'0 S25.75 Oeorge Bird anct nil son Jon I
43F Cart so(2 ".?.'" tu.as.... from Syracuse N. Y.. will b" AGE 32. A DEVOTED FAMILY MAN CHURCH AFFILIATION'[ .
FATHER OF FOUR CHILDREN.SERVED and family active members Heil-
1969o w arriving as well as Dr. Paul He are !

,, / ( HOUTIKY COLO....... Bird and son Rlckle from bronn Baptist Church : presently serving aa
je Av.lla"l. In Of...". lr.w*. lakeland George and Paul Union Director.
L' Tan, '1."'*, ."< Oray llnnh.VICONOMY" ... l i are brothers' of John. Dr : IN NATIONAL GUARD 10501950. ; Training I

I George' was once the Principal !);) St'rTt't1? l as your County Commissioner: i

. TWSICRITARIAL"Typewriter s? of Keystone Heights School 1957' 19CO Chairman for two years BELIEVES I .
pscUital' with, Uvotor' platform' en (I."*,, 1 ben. d.....' '
(when we were in grade and Vice-Chairman for of the church .
right (at HluO) or Uft." SptcK/ pre'.nc.f Cntr' He. 4JI__$'19e.fO what one year The financial support
' drawer with, 'lock and icy. Linoleum covered tops ro' I school), and we wonder and in faithful support through regular
.. .. .. Sand Sahara '"',.... fc*.rfrewtrtN he would think of our tchool soul
cOU" x ::10.. Mill, Green, D t it attendance and in winning.
Brown. or Cray. .. 4J1_ 1$6.90 f tads: ?' A successful I farmer; honored all the out
Arm ChI Also Joining them for the
IuINDa00y.iTAINPI00TOR..Ais.! .>o.lobl. wish. Col.l! '.. Tap ,That ....k.. DeIgn.dtorcemfmtOlve.cannot I reunion which will be Saturday Mantling young farmer of Bradford County }Has[ sincere conviction as to the

' ads, nor can "Q.t...bw.n.' ..... .AdJ I VCI" Ie t iivnikw. $'1.00"41. your office/ that' new; look 1 I I evening will be CoL and l by the Starke Jaycees and awarded the moral state of our county.

and ttandi up alwr veers > Mrs Walter Andrewsen and Bronze Plaque for the 1961.
at, wee'. Rugg.dly canItrutlcd. < + I year
STIEL SLIDING DOOR CABINITHo H.o./ gauge children of Keystone: -Mrs
' iwlno'ng door to block aiiU. large and cal, l. loans rubber loot t I Andrvwsen being the John BELIEVES AND:' PROMISES .

''."''r. Heavy gauge steel. Five a dl...Ia bl* CO""nv and. ba j
'
i artmcntb 76" high" :36" wide, 19V t N.743e* dup j ....15 upholil 1 IS". d..p..,,. Wax"Naugahyda I KwH orcrack. ti I fllnglfy, also a of cousin Keystone.We of the. Birdmen : 1961. time, therefore full time will be devoted to

.N..*. J4'I l $2'.95 ..a me.
Sam .. .b.t! wllh.lock end l.|T.N I were sorry to, lfo.mhat
Mrs. Raleigh Zlke became 111
WAI 'OSOO
$ ,
*
,) + hen she went to Ohio to attend Presently serving on F.II.A. Board and Forestry .
BELIEVES: AND:' PROMISES
.
M her daughter Jan.t'1wedding. Service Board of Bradford County.
DICOIATOftCOIOII. Th."MIR CHAM>S"rU| and had to be hoc That as Sheriff one should be trained in the

4 ii .. Cantn'rt. t... fuB __ plUltsrd She feels better now art of proper law enforcement and when

: Mist 0...... P'a tlan. laser l bi.! >i a daub'. that she \U home aaaln. 1"I.nAD: : :' PROMISES elected will immediately' enroll in a school
Olive O**... drawer tor 3. S If 1.. S I
NEW EYE IK) ORS of training in the technique of the office
DM** 1.."4r ca.d% '1300 .rpa 1,1.) T.. I That the oath of office all SHERIFF should'
.J
O Con.
C.U ."|..itable itarag c.-. This week.: Charles as Sheriff (at my own expense! ) .
Qrf be
of will
7 not but
.,, T ......<.n<. under. lack ...... nor William 8. O'Connor. just an act formality,
k.y. a .,.l l ..'.', vaultdovbly and Mrs. 8 r 1 v I I. O' I ever hold that oath sacred' praying* to Gal l :
( t ...>'< ..d .by Dial Connor have willed their eyes ; '
I
: OOKCASI ACTION through Hi* Son the Lord Jews Christ for BELIEVES: AND: ) PROMISES I
1 \ lo.k lw ." ester doseD FVwkU Eye Bunkfor :
r sign.d l ler mony vs.s. Kips suppler, cetelaqv( 4 ".' ,.<... la end printed meter Kent end ended?. 30'V' w.J J w.N! 32" logH.T\ dx.. f the I orfke take the necessary training! in order that '
j" K. i 17" e. feur edMtaWe| t..epa.rr.oK. rl !! .N. IJ'0 163.10 Inc.! This .ta a 1J"OJ. of the maintain every phase of that Ina
r (Shelf titei 30'." a 16'7. VV.N.. 3d5 lt.)0 I Keystone HetmMs. Lion* Club. the full duties of the office will be on the

M.b.v. bwt 21' fc, I top..o N.. Ne.20 t J4.IO wish" "plw..,*. le<.k .diet 'hats ell dn.a..N.1379rt' "'.M .with Lion Ororc M 8ch* 'f- manner. baaed! on the highest IdeaU. highest level. j

for as chairman. In the M.I.19M' -

an-, lion Walter WIn
Is contacting\ potentisil, donors InUE'FD: :' PROMISES JlEI.IEU:' PROMISES: .

(Core) STEIL SHELVING UNITS Anyone t
.
m&jr rail Lion 8cha ftert **
all hours
/ l nkibte.. 3* ..... twenty-four each day
She/w. era e.It.| en too 471-4111 In Knrston, or
1M ,&nod; o leered w mare ....,... In
om.un
......... Ferly ._...toI.... 0.. 0.0'. Uon WlUon at Our present Sheriff served ten yean as a
O ... ... ,... number\ not the or*
.. iAdvn..NN .
4..rwt -. .pVl 16 year a* Sheriff-a total of 26 in
'tntlvd. fear ..... g_t plebs l lee In the book Thu .U the new Th organizing of a junior deputy club to year
office. I believe it i I- time
public to give
r>f.J.>ty. number enlist and train our taunt boys arxj girl to *

I I 1a/1ytNOIIb111-toss. cop with the juvenile problem prevalent, young man a chance.
OKI TNtff ti. cov1MV 1TY (Wl'BtVIVKYVTU.VB
,W J. elWVM"MM.
t..w. UNIT' MtMt \'..,', fifftjIT : :- HKIOITT' today.

I u. ........ D..1 Mme. w ..... pw w1CIT --"'" THEREFORE: .
I )0" /r. 3$44..1 $4e.7. M..l$ "tI e. Sunday ftr--.&. 1:10: .. n114ern4ag
believe I In
j7 If
."!. 3.' Ir. 11' r:.. .... Saw SIM 411 .. I WorsMpi It %. w BELIEVES .AM:' I PROMISES yea loyal government law and I
+ In4 .. 3430" .i7' 74- y.. eel .445 ....1 Stte*. Y..Ul r Ik sr./,.. T a..4 TMm. : ord.r of the people. and by Ike people' tfcena :
l i 'r'r 141 .204" 4H 9'e'.. 1..r al. ...1. >t Ie tfle.. t' Enlisting the aid of the palter of our various a fidget, mud voter aid ..ver in cods
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Tashi P4..751.as 1Mlyws ""' ''sOf'tHAI\ .a.. w 1s5) &KYSroSW ULSGNTt8wnday .*rv. in a juvenile advisory capacity> MVY S. mi and vote for HAROLD K-

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. It cook for two, or just pleasant. If you don't want 'o
..vv yw.ty y tv7nytttttylh of Gainesville I rally hcieAnother. uncle n A.Iullaly: by Justice Branch Baptist Church Mon- you
set the table fix an attractive
the /
"large economy
yourself
Mrs. Florrle Belle Brown working at the.: of Peace R. A. Mullaly.| I day night March 30. Sons
h HAMPTON spent Saturday In Gainesville I ballfield west of Hampton IH. :,, The bride chose for her wed' /services will start at 7-30: p. sIze"' it no bargain. Part of it tray and take it to the tele-
0 Home will stale or spoil before vision or that window with
with her Miter-ln-law. planned for this Sunday. Any ed ttt the home of the groom's'ding m and preaching each night grow t
Mr. and Mrs. Cayanas were Intel ested ballplayers parents a white linen suit dress at 8 by Bro. James Branch ft. .< (It can be ;used, and leftoverscan view.
Mr. D. E. Hill ,q have
By dull. When do
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and others ate encouraged to with white accen flOrles. Her We are looking! forward to be you -: -
Phone 468.1160.au..AUUAUaaaa2aa4 and Mrs. W. M. Phillips in take part starting at 1 p. m. i I bridal bouquet was pink roses having some special singing Demonstration leftovers don't just "warm ==- ..
Hampton.Mrs. Mrs\ Fouler Hayes was honored and Htephanotla. each n (ht and extend a corq1allnvltatlon h them up"make a new and
I Pat Kirkland of Law- on her birthday Tuesday. I The groom will leave Friday to the public. /Votesfly Interesting dish by combining
J. W. Morn'e spent Sunday tey visited here Saturday with I March 17. with several friends for Homestead. Air Force'" '' Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moaeley .' I them with each other or with WILLIAMS

::; at Now< Port 4Rlchey with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Howell Williams.I at the Hayes1 home. Present Bane where he la tttttone of Mlddleburj and Mrs. Dalsic freshly prepared\ foods.Yo. .
Becky Newham of Theiessawas for the occasion were; Mrs. 'The new Mr*. Mullaly will le- Padgett and granddaughter Dorothy ROM ., can: prepare a.,. nourishing I
Mrs. B. C. Williams and!
: .1IIt I an overnight visitor Friday Lawton VounRblood and chil- main here for a while. I i of Maxvllle were Sunday; Home Demonstration Agent meal on a one-burner hot JEWELRY
1 amlly. with Gall Saxon. dren 'and Mr and Mrs. Clyde PATROL HANQUKT: : dinner guests of the/ Elme plate for example a one-dish .
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=- rites. Tina Bruner and son I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles :Mania Hall and family Mr. and Mn. A banquet was held Friday ,, Carter family. meal) that Include. meat and
i.of Orlando spent the weekend I'i and two sons of Tampa visited Hayes and sons spent last night March 20, at the civic David Lang, son of Mr. and ; vegetable! Or cook one food REPAIRS
.>. here with Mr. and Mrs A. C. I I Sunday with Mr. and Mrai: weekend In Sylvester On auditorium in Jacksonville in Mrs. Charles Land celebrated Foods Claim For YoungHonmtutkrrt food for energy and warmth. In the bottom of a double boiler

:: Dennison and family and all i i i Joe Medulla. visiting her sisters Mrs. T. P. honor-. of Duval County patrol his eighth birthday annlver- '' Unless you have a special s I while another warms in the'' WATCIIKS-DtAMONl

''iHltcd Sunday afternoon in I Mr. and Mrs Albert Morris Suprlll and Mi s. Robert Patterson I boy*. Attending from the Max- airy with a part at his home Arc, you I Interested>: in your' health problem you should top. Food cooked In a heavy.
,Jj..Kuiford witty Mr. and Mrs. and Tina of Gainesville Vilt-1 I Randy Hayes spent the vlllo School were Mr. Cox 8th .talk Sunday afternoon. Aoout: children forming: good food continue to Include in your i i covered pot will stay warm AH Work Guaranteed
: of ed here Saturday with Mr. weekend in Starke with Collier 20 truest enjoyed this oc- (I
Joe
l'Unl'r. Mrs. Sparkman and 6th grade tear'her. Wayne I
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MlUte habits? Or. are you concerned dally diet food from the 4 while you use the burner to A. C. William

and Mrs. John' Parker Orlffls. caBlon with David. Mrs.
(Oalnesvllle and Mrs. Annie Bell, Bruce Cannon, Cliff Slade. I
ZTTuilingtori\' of JackHonvIll\ Hampton Elementary PTA, 'I M. and Mrs Carl Ellaiul I, David HarHsh,. and Larry Rho. Wilkinson and Mrs Grace about how food affects their food groupsit( ) milk products cook another. 142 W. Can St.

:;pent Thursday with Mm.J postponed from Thursday last I and family drove to Orlando don. After the banquet the Lang assisted in serving! re health looks, and behavior? ,, ((2)) meat poultry fish I Raw and canned fruit and t I II
Dsnnlson I week will be held on Thursday last weekend to visit relatives boy were awardud a safety freshments.Mr. If no, then you will want to eggs, or dry beans and peas 11.1 I vegetables are perfectly all *) Stark., Fla.

.. !Sunday: dinner guests her : evening next week April 2, at IMPORTANT :NOTICE, I, merit and pin.FORttSTKY ; and Mrs. Clydu Padgett Join our ,class "Up-To-Date occasional alternates (3)( ) bread right, in fact might be a little
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F: with Mrs. Jessie Chastain I 7:30: p. m. In the school cafei Tonight (Thursday.. March ; Till of Tampa visited his brother- Ways with Food," starting about I and other cereal products and
WPIO Mrs Ella Mae ChaRta i terla. to make final plans for ,20)) Is the Bradford countywide :I 11 r. Cox and Ms 5th and 6th I In-law. and slxter Mr. and April 23. The course Is ((4)) fruits! and vegetables better than cooked.
= .1Ilrt i students forestry = ==
grade enjoyed a I --- ;
the to be held In con1
supper ::=;
... Ji, ,try Wlllams and daughter 1 meeting at the BUS Audi- trip over neveral acres of Jack Bowen of Savannah. 1 i children before( school age)) I! l'
.. Junction with the political >t toilum at 8 p m.-and this Oa.. visited Mr, and Mrs. Buddy and will be held In Starke.
St Kraft land Monday.
: Mary's '
I Include. Interested persona! Wilkinson: and family last Each lesson will last from an
from the Hampton area as Tho group left school at. 9 a. I I Sunday. ,H. auto! visited Mrs. hour to an hour, and 'a half. ,
; m., returning at, 2:10.:
I COMPLETE; well as other sections of the | Tho .students carried picnic, Irene. Palljfe'\.t.'\ while here and Arrangements for a baby sitting .
county. Purpose of the meeting : I they went to the Long Branch service art being made.
-- Is to set up plan for scfuilngmoie lunches and enjoyed a picnic Cemetery to visit the: gravel! For more information call JW A HURRY?
: Tank & ServiceFor
Septic Hauling Industry and bunl- ( dinner at the home of hers.Avory of ,loved ones.Notice : the Home Demonstration Office .
Sliule.. Soft drinks
for the whole of Bradford were A Homecoming will .
fleas : at 964-2805.:
: Bradford County and Area turnlnhed by thrf chars and
I County All city and county I II I bo held at the Highland Baptist
N' fried chicken Mr. Cox. 11e.\Ll.Y.U.\
I officials are requested to be I by Church on Sunday Marsh
: Fill Dirt Pent /Mow\ : Sands Hock ( Before returning to school churches FUN AND PLAT the 4-H
present, .and a wo any other 30. Members of all
= (Gravel Top Soil Solite Ditching I residents concerned( with the after lunch the children enjoyed I Ii ,,81"* Invited to come out, and I WAY will be the order of the NO TIME
future welfare of this area. i hornebiwk, riding and game, enjoy the! l lUhch hour at 1 p day on Saturday.: Apr. 4, when
:. Drain (Pipes Water Hofcs Foundation i then hiked] through the woods: m. and take part In the afternoon I, club members gather from all
back to nchool. I IfKHSONALH the county for Choir an- TO COME TO THE BANK ?
::; Dug Back-Hoe Work Oyster Shells. e..ffn.1MAXVILLE 1 song service over ,
:'\/ I ,.Wayne Johns 11 is on the sick I anal Rally Day at. tile fairground 1 -. .;,
=: SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION J\lrll. John Waters received list this week with mumps and I ... .
-, treatment Sundry' at Bradford unable to go to school. Girl and boy will come'I'

':" AND MAINTENANCEPumpOut By Mr. A. C. SUrf County Hospitals >0' I Mnt William Parish and dressed in. a costume that must
: Barbara' Davl. slater of Mr. children and her aunt of bo Identified -- "What Are
Phone. .
Service Drain Field Systems 2g9.4t911aaaAaaaaaaualrvlJlaa Roger Noith. underwent, surgery -', Jacksonville visited relatives YoU?"- Relays, grand March.: I\ Then try our drive-in window. You'1don't
I in St Vincent's lloipltnl', In Broolcer last Sunday and and other game will be. InUr.fipcrscd I
Filter Bed System IIOMA N.I"U.\\" last Friday. ,'I had a. wonderful time. (. with demonstrations have to' get out of your car.
Miss Nora Lee! Roman Mrs. Bonlta MeekM and her Mi's thaler :Ma Carter and and the drew rvu,. Girl. will ...

BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK daughter Of Mr. awl Mrs. Wai.tor twin daughters! of W'exconnett i I Mrs. Frances" Lang/ visited B. model clothing they have madeIn Quick service, too. ., .

M, Ilomnn of | visited Grandma WellhaiHien' Butler-in Mlddleburg.Monday) their project '
Jack.oRvllle.and ,
COMPANY' I' nay Mullaly, .arm of Mrs I I Mast Punchy Afternoon. I Mr. Butler ,sent to :orang Girls! and( boy are asked too Not even time for that? Then Use ourbankb'miil
AND HAULING Greg Mi-Clung. ton of Mr. Lake .Saturday afternoon t I 1 display their talent whether
K.I!: A: Barber of Maxvlll and I / : service from nearest
and .. the motor on bin boat be instrument your
Harold C. of Jncloitmvllle Mr Bob McClung. In r .n.Iflnort j fish It playing an
Mullaly -
MR. AND !MRS.\ W. C. POWELLRox were united In marriage", *! to St. Vincent' HospitalIn knocked off and he d'lfted all 1 t singing, dance routine, nn-elty mailbox the shortest route to our
night and up to around noon I dramatic acts
207 .Phone 969.2311 Starke Fla. at 10 a.nl. Saturday, March Jacksonville or
:31, Th ceremony wan performm .I Ktijoylng1 dinner and home- Sunday l before' he was found. I 1 I Bveryrtne Is asked to brineS bank without making the 'trip at all!
bark riding at the flattie Nolan I Hi .''was almost frown tn i sack lunch .There will l be

,'place I on Clay Hill I""t" Sunday I I death but Is recovering from I i milk and orange juice to buy

were Mr. and Mr. Elmer the shock very well. Parents are Invited to atUnJ
Bennett and children of 8nl Mrs. Elgin Lang spent !several -
win Mr. and :\11'11" Hilly Rowe We talk a lot about the poor
I and. family of MaTlrnny' Mr. days last week In May- eating! habits of teenagers' and FLORIDA I
and Mr. D. ... I'nrrlch and port with Mrs Jewel Rose and I.I certainly the situation I la bad

family and Mr and 'rll. Buddy family Hut what about our senior cltl-
TlradMhavr. and *on.Mr sens who just drink coffee andneglect *
I BANK:
AT STARKEMember
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rem of Hampton stopped by Sunday!! School 1. a ... IT icven: though you're 60 or I

Monday tor a ahort vUlt with'I "", nine Worship. II .. m. 70, or more, don't 'r.tlre" I
Mr. Avory Slad* 'and daugh- Training UnJon. .::11 )9. Mlgv.ain. from good eating habit All Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
t..r. Deanne. I i I Worship. 7;:JO, p. m., of your lif.. you need food
64 J.t-snuolh Chevrolet Impel Sport Coup ((119-tn.v titolb...) Mr. and Mm D J. Parrl.h .. Prayer-. .Unc. Wednesday. that will give you protein One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

were In Oren Cove spring 7:30:; pm i minerals, and vitamins and .. .
- Monday. 'I J
r Mr and. Mr*. i Jo d Water
w' r \ have recently<< purchased. M ...

.. house trailer and have moved
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I ho home pf Mr.. Dorothy r. watch
Water. I tp over yours"
I Mr. and Mrs. Sum Harris .
I end family of Whiuhotin"

New Chevtlla Malibu Sport Coup ((115 In. wh.Nb.s.) I were Mundoy vinltor of Andrew
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of the ai... trenftli all l financial pro obligation, We are mindful of the cnnfidenc .
'O4 Chevy n Nova Sport Coup ((110 In.wheelbau) Norma i Jean P.wtUh
IIIrhlld.n! visited Granny (re** .Liberty' National 'ht 1&! Total placed in u* by our iwlioy-
I resource of over $ 129? lullllw are Connrstivvty owner and j ledge l our continued 1 *tTort
Hiiuford, and other friends In .. btv..,*!. and the company to provide efficient,, huuest and ttliabl- \

Latry last 'J'urooc'.y( baa aye* $16 million o( cJpiwu1 and aur- ,.." .. \
Mr and Mn Jack. Clark of .' .
rkomllla were Sunday

I afternoon vuuori of .the Join TOTAL INSURANCE' IN FORCE $2M1.432.76119&J

-- I' Wilkinson family INCRtASC IN INSURANCE: IN FORCE S226.230.12J

,' Our Political Rally at CUjr ;1963 IMCRCASC: IN RCSOURCCS $13,999,691
If 111 School l "lit a Brest u4j -
'i64 torvslr Monts Club Coupe ((108 In. wh.*l e..) j yeas Lat Saturday nlilit About ,

.oo dinner, were told FINANCIAL STATEMENT DECEMBER 31 1963
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betides hot don*. hmburfr. 11 .
and drlnki. Th. 53 randldjtet RESOURCES
'poke to an entimautt crowd
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'. will tx held. al next rally U. .. Ge'I''..._". ..... .... .......,... ...........!................:............ Sf,4! I MwklUourc ,.... u. ..0WIt-....._........................................... ...... 3105.1 UI.' e1
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I /i led chicken mtnwr Mi eU I II byi piano. uwity t e.Mf. ............................................ ..1... 1..aa.111.a2
UI.i PTA and Civic Club ..... nut Mwic.i. a..3..N. ..............................................d... lS"2Se.e2e 41
"64 Corvette Stint; Hy Sport Coupe (M In. *....IN..) 1 < !Nollr' to everjonei flesh| ali 0..., ..ed.r' a p t.. .. ........................................................... .SM)0. M
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to make you happy A Pew. .:a. .' >**4.. .S.afl ..;..................._;....___.__....._.......__ l ,$IO.u..l' .

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Thins have changed a tot since a Chevy rolct and\ Chevy II (and between> parking c.. i OBLIGATIONS AND NET WORTH

Especially\ ideas Haters' with five 111 hole feet. Ml ovrr). ,
was only a Chevy. our I IVr Pays'1'.ilr ......... Ie ____ ......._ M ........._........__._.......... "I1 lll.2fe 31C.y"IM
I. of what you want a Chevy to he. Then too, there'. th'JI'ty j 15-foot( .. .......... \\1. IO.oee ..._. Uerh.,............................ ...... 11 t..O'tJ 7. .
So now you have tho Jet-mooth Chevrolet Corvair. to nxht (for 10 many |peopi. (you HOMO C.. UAO"COMPLETE" ,.... ..... r.r Mu..ew ell.MK..as., .,.........,.......................... 14., a.a 20.2x2 $3
-17JJ feet of pure luxury bumper girl, In particular that ..,.'y., nevertouched '___...._ aW.n. w .................................._ .... ..... 2J r1ZS. CS +
to bumper.( The size make it a luxury car. an inch of it. And finally) Cor 1.... art ._eII_. LI._..............._............................... '.174 14 04T. r

But not the price. .C'tl.e-atUl. 1IH fret' and lull too much *..............._.. .....................N............_................_.. N2aS10.a11.14
Or you ran choose the thrifty Chevy If. for any true sports-car" lover to any no to. P.. Co..tre1 l lIrmt N.nwe

a IBM-toot family car with all Nods of Th. lone aDd short of it U. you don't n- e.tl "d..e II all. Tier I.IK'AL : IE\TAT11'E: ::l ,

panenger and lutgagv apace. have w KO to any lencth to And exactly hrh ks.paalad nil ........ a fl.
This year your choice might be the kind. of ear" you want. Just ......!arty 'M A..rSs .aa4 Inman. I U. Crern Trd Robert

the new 16-foot-plu Ch....... YJ.- aeo the 1 five\ different line 0( can. daata n- f9.r ,..., Dutch Thorn (Uk' Iluller' )

sued. to fit niccljr between CherTK at your Chevrokt. deakr'a.CwraV pe.ak.ra .. Ik. ..... .. J. Krmie: Jane .

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I day. The people' In that city proud that when the tlm- backgroundA : St Patrick* Da1\$ the dr, IIEtUIRONN Maetlni Wednesdays 7:30: pm.

Bradford Farming \ look eagerly for springtime. came they :stood light\ behind pink umbrella wr.s placed 1'l1l'atlnll theme for the itniul.ii Rev Charlea, narv y. i>Mt/'-
but it doesn't come thereas us 100 centBROOKER the' of honor. BAPTIST CIICRCII
up pe over guest looking meeting of the Brooker On: RECREATION NEWS\
I soon as it comes down here as though it Win: showering '1' dm Club whlrri was held Sunday School. 10.. m
Strawberries are a big treatIn yyyy.. yyyy.. .. the bride. '1! Tuesday afternoon<< at the, Morning Worship. 11 a m Steno No&e1loella. ale..

I AS New Yotk City any time of Refreshments!' 'cere served Brooker! Community Center taster: I'll Hunt league play will net undrr-, Training Union. 7pm. Bve- Ko-rect Type. Typewriter.
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the year but they are a special from a white d.iniulc covered 'I The club voted to exhibit a This Is the wrt-k i>i the nay" Api 11 7 nuig. Worship. 8 pm Prayer
4 I treat right now when there table. The pink punch was project at the Bradford County Easter' Season v> don t r forget/ Rllabowu. Tb TELEGW1LtAT1ST :
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r 1 is still some snow on the By LindA G. Cox poured from a ir..vstal bowl. Fair main this year All the Citywide Exit Hunt tU Ih
# I on the ground encircled with 1 lace fern and'' ml'mbt..uH'r\ urged to attend l City Park this FHdy utter- I

6 SEE It i 1& hard to buy fresh/' farm Phone 485-4U81 I bridal wreath. Canked by sil- a marking to make the final noon at 3 o'clock This \will bf,

rk produce in large cities th.s I .V..ItyvyyVtm/TWty ver candrlaoia holding white ,, plan The meeting ass held< for toddler. pr -IIchol. first
early-unless of course you candles! WMte pom-fours. '1 Monday morning at the honi.' and second xraders only. I
IT consider oranges etc from BRIDAL SHOWER I decorated wl'.h pink rows :, of Mrs. Earnest Edwards th,' We will have 1,600 candy
farther south in Florida /so HmIRS.: IMimiMIFortyfive : were were served from a silver president) Mr* Edwards sei- egHs and also prtios fur gold '
you can be sure that the main : guests enjoyed a tray ted hot bMcult and\ coftt-r. and silver rum In each group next to your I e

J Phil Cronkhite topic of conversation: for this miscellaneous shower Satur- Mrs: Carol Brown won a At the regular meeting MinE \V> would like the .parentsor .. t
By i iI week in New York will be day night Match 2lat. honor- prize for a game that ass. L. Lester presented' an Infoniuthe .. older brothers or sinters to

straw berries. | Ing Mrs Bobby Parrish at the played ( program on "th' accompany\ the children below f fr

Right now there is a great' Getting people to talk a- Brooker Community CenterA The bride received!' many ffitlllzing of pluuti Ho..ti>x- school age" I' electricwasher
bout and taste farm products'Is pink and white motif was lovely! gifts and the hostesses' for the! f''l'nl1fI'a&' \ \\ Mii t'h' Volleyball,
I deal of emphasis on straw- i s
berries., At this time of year called pI'omollna-and it Is'' used throughout the center gave her Ii portable stainlesseteel i Flank QukktallirOME Rotary and Civltnns ar. '
when the strawberry season specifically for selling more Bouquets of pink azaleas.. miter with two stainless : DEMONSTRAnON': now tti'd for first place In th' I '
1 I and more of the things we white dogwood and bridal bowls. CLUB. The rl'lIuhum''t'tlnll! of Chick Volleyball leagues.' Ctvl- I
begins!' we in this area are reminded .
grow on the farm. j wreath were used for various Hostesses far the f'\'f'lIllIe the Home Demonstration\ Chip' tans defeated" I Rotary( t\\lJ'''
that the more money -I
I I the for his straw- Right now it Is strollo berrl's.1 I points of Interest. were.. : :Mrs Tommy Cox. Mrs \was held Wednenda aftr, straight' last, Thursday! night ;> g ;

s i I berries grower' the gets more money he Later, when" the strawberry | The bouquet for the registration Bobby Dyal. Mrv Stanley noon The program 1I \.., o-i with scores of 31-U: and :31-lfl& '
season ends and other fruits ta-ole was a pink basket 1 Or"1Mrs Guy Harrell. Mrs color roordinatlon of clothes The Jayrrea" won their first ''
I will have to spend with the I
In town. and vegetables begin to como :: of flowers featuring an Salty Lantrford, Mrs Wayne learning to wear clothes curable game last week b\ defeating I-r
businesses in we will\ be thinking about ] engagement ring handle. The 1 Pnrrlsh. Miss Juanita 8talrmkrr to the individual's coni1 the lions two iianu's In the'first ( ''
So. actually then the businessmen I how to Induce non-farm peo- !| basket handle was covered ,. Mrs. Ray Thomas and '.plexlon Mrs t>Mve Green sri- game the Jaycees' shut II .......-+... +...+

are just as Interested i ple to buy more and more! of ,i, with aluminum foil with three Miss Shirley Green veil l refreshments out the Lions l 11-0 unit It looked \ : = -
In marketing North Florida the things grown in this area foil diamonds on the top. A Among the out-of-town On Saturday Mr Dat. like the tJoni were going to d : ? '!

strawberries as those of us Since strawberries are one',1 lace covered Bible! was placed'I guests were! Mrs Hobble Par- 01'1"1.11.frs. Iv* IXiualas. and do the !same! thing to the J"yi! _.. ,- ..
hose job it Is to help the of the mallmonl"Y crops In front of the basket. I'l8h. mother of thr groom. Mrs U>tlle< Vd: \\ards went t tStaike to> cees In the second Kami' Thr

farmers sell what he haa I telling others about lesser-In\! 't A white wedding bell hung Mrs Olin, Parrtsh. Mrs ?Morris to .a meeting concerning scored 9 points bvfoie the Juvcpra I o

grown. come producing fruits and i| from the ceiling.: over the gift B1'O""IMI'll" Wilbur! Brown pouter displays for 11) ctiuM put one on tlv : -
That is one of the reasons! vegetables maybe will call for i Mrs Freddie! Cunningham all Home! Ui-tuonstratlon exhtbr sroicUuirdThe @
satin streamershung
that so many pitched in and less co-operation and activity !| table. Pink of Lake! Huller: Mrs Reddish for the Bradford County Fait' jAVCeea' milled .und(
of '
made It possible for the truck- j I from our businessmen neigh :,''1! down from the table top wincoered Andrew! of New River Mrs AU those attending the meetIng went on to defeat. the lions L

load of strawberries to be sent bors. especially where paying'' the bell The gift white damask: Dorothy Cellon of Al.ichuu :, mere" dinner guests" of MMI :31-19 for two straight sets L Lje'

to New York City this week I I for promotions Is concerned! cloth Behind with a the table a dog Mrs! Terry MrDuvId of Lake' I' tie Hamilton There. will be no: guinea to- l

It is still cold up there-la I'm sure they'll be glad-- 'I wood tree could be seen! in the CityGARDEN NEW: UIVIIl It I VI VII. nUiht Thursday I I because, of r
fact It snowed a little Mon- and it makes us especially : CLUB MEETS I The NeRiver" Bapll the public meeting to b, held

.. ..._ ,..,.. __ |I Church start Its Revival SUM' In the BHH auditorium\ \ ,,
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1 Reddtnit. evangelist from the Rotary. 2 I IClvltans

Baptist' Chapel at the Florid 2 1 _
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO {Hate' Prlon, will conduct the Jaycees" I 1 L --
j services.. Nlahtly aervlcea wt'l' Liana 0 3 e lTILii IAN
It* held at 7 :30 pin Everyone Mro'a: lIuflb.aU -

=-"-:- -- =- -=x. _.:::. ::. ,- .-_: -y I U invited to attend each. The dmtdUnp for entering a

| .service. l mtu in the Men's Hof tlmll AUTOMATIC AU.tllCTRIC DNrtR l Is njx tVlR! You .m*.| fewer rlothea. for
SALES &: SERVICE Air Conditioning Healing FLOCKS :New Jt I'aedrl.1h(1"S. PFKSONAI.SMrs !". LINKUP la Monday, March :3i). .rfwt cuiiimnli' | >it fur vmir ulrvtrU wnalicr.WHAT ifn.wing! tlulilrrnami- fewer toweU, sheet.
Mal, Green attended, After! this date IH other team t and!
when
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The Sinclair Eaton GuUara-mine-.b.e1 :1111.1.: A TIMI-SAVt\ Jiwt. .. the I'lutln you
RUSS'S SHEET letp| in
Barkley Motors, Inc. I I the annual mUIat: th'' will be accepted Into the ass iiili| kly Slid conveniently.' ., j jDRIIS
BI"'i);rrr trims: ,, church in 1.I"l'"I..nnyut\ \ B"turdny t- 1.."C tie and< sal Ih.* .ill.il "Inlanl aunhhu l i I. t
TRICMI'II METAL, INC. Co. Lillian Music Store She spent" the weekend' U.'aU/tt> of fiii'llltle. th.' I alwuys at your 'nlllln/lll.1/ .! d.iy nr night' SLIT COSTS ItSSI! liwint' on an alfdvBie -

D FIAT i | with her deter, Mta' Vrrglr' league will be limited, to right rain' of .Inn*. dryor Krw !hewn .Hume... putt t lime,

IIU.I.MAV A Rl"SBEUlj '. HeatingAir I FLOOR SPECIALISTS I "Gainesville Leader 1 lisle!. in Lake llutlerMi trams Teems that were In the WHAT A WORK. SAVIIiI (r,,....lty., ImrkilcU. It ._U tat due unit' exit. l I.. litnUlted any

"'8 SfMvUllM !. Conditioning Sine 19.13IIS .: : *. All..!). BUliop of Mobile league \last, y.ar11\ have pri-i icedenc and lirwl fiH>l. No iinir lifting, and lugging WHT| .. An. all rlw'trio .dryer U CIIKAPMl(: :
Tile !II. K.: Flrnl !! A"lKo1oIlo
BALKS A. SERVICEl I I Vjrnal Ala.. :Mrs. lIe Harvey an,l over any new "team heavy wash iMukcl/ to vUitlmUitM purl t 111 Ml'Y..OIIKM'Kll: : TO) OI'KKATKIKur :

Factory Trained 3iochanlr.. Sheet Metal For Floora of :MotorcjrcJeSroot, chlKit'en. of Utloxl. MU an I tank. M.",. tuntiJilf$, wnahel' .tv frenlnm' |1 atlrl'rtriawith

100 CLEAN; USED!: CARS 2320 N E. 18th Terrace : Beauty and Uuralilllty Linda Cox acre' 'auest" of Mr tlKIIT I'Ht.'Tllil' I WHAT A CIOTHIVSAVCHI Kim: Iri.'ily'n ftani,*. itn eiiliHtMllo, KUx'Irln: > Washer, ClutheaUryir.

ItOl N. Main <}linen*Ilia I flpeclAl 109c per 9"x0" Tile Is trelt. ,S Bicycle I Shop,; and Mn( L A. lUrvey Ut ('IK'1(4( II |less and fiini.l... hell .U **i>tl" l-i your' ".iI ilown" HWlrln: .. Iroiwr,,,. unit a

GalnevUI0 S72-437S: 378-8787 Bu.. 376-2748 Home Asphalt Tli. Starts at 6.20 per' Friday II. Italian U.dr.11111001.... I tlulliio. lnr) '....11 dully ."w, ..t-tni.lliiiflrrinkl .titM. >r-rft.t, au,ip 'r,..fe Kl: Mlri TU. I fahme.n Vfwpe Scooter* Wednesday. night dinneiilr Week of March ;30 thruugnApr .. ..-rr.>. In l..ll.IIr.l lie worm. il..n .tr. fur hot w'.'ler a plonty wllhuul waiting nrworryltttf
llle uratl. J7.UD'boppFamily u of !Mr and Mrs. Karl: :7'Monday With II daorwlew( .1I..I.'rll.' dike |11)MIT* are I ilusltenwnds I *e--*il'vheeisrtoga|

JEEP 7lfl N. Main ( alnee\ Motorcycle. Ralea rvloe8CHWINN green and family were Mr HunrUe. Service no |f iTxnlHwifcui, 1 ,. nil nw. >l .xlor. toa| M "fttrirtt In ytnir kllrlion 'sundry than l M.IUM
of 4 Wheel 1 Drlvs Automatic Tran.;mln lon 371J- :mCity and ,Mrs W W U ham Jr Sam Monday rVlimM II 4S lumvr bi yotir Uuixlry' Nu r.wllng or ynUnwhif, A I."nl..h..u..norvl.. ,.... 8E..: Yt wit :r.a.e..rn : .

R RAMBLERAmerica' I ; BICTO1J3I slid son. and Mr Ernest Edwards a m Morning Worship II a C'ulon slay bright> whllo. things .MIW"" 11Io1111. \(' AI'l'MANCK: DKAt.KIt: Tl)!lAY.)
Finest Economy Car Locksmith & Safe W.rk8al..a and dauihtera. m Ymith' rXlowMhlp 1131) p
ad flecks Automatic GARDEN SUPI-LIES awls W. rnlverelty Ate.n B.b llagar of MauMrtiusett "" m \Corning: worship 7pm

Ridgway Motor Co. Transmission Inc. "'"_ .tne vtne I7-77 I Mr and U visltliK Mr, lto hIs ard parents IU.ar. Monday -- Calendar. I'Un- ';/.1t'IJ} * f/
Mug Meeting, t 30 p .in .
& Paris
Johnson .
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ii82 s. Main inc.GalnmvlUe. I MOVER: Mr lla /ar and her ann ant lhumd"y Choir Placttrr if < If. rule

S72-843S Repair ft Jluhallp: I Complete Line of ,( vIMtlnaTreUktl. .e. liVerrln 'Iprn, FLORIDA I POWER t ,LIGHT I COMPANY
| and West llollywootl
I All Makes and Model Friday firmkin. \ Mrettntf. M
I Security Transfer( Allen .lifl*' ,.'.a ,s..r..
a..w--: : : Mr and Mr Lrwlt
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TRICKS CARSDyanometer m
A I rtBTILIZT-Rj and on Huey of Cross CWt

B & G Motors Co. Pr --Teated I 1..tJeIdPt4 II......... I & Storage Inc. spent the weekend' with. Mr -
I WORK aCTARlVTF.CU AOCNTH FOR Lew.t: mother. Mrs Amend.
CADi.LAO-OLDEMORtLE: : Bt' Rent FerUllser Bpreadera".. i FOOARTY BROS. teals

SALES A SERVICE I 1 324 N. W. Ith Are. Mr and Mr R Whim I
TRANSFER Inc.LnreJ .
I FIIUNE: {7J47 ton and d.tuarriter of Montana.
Fine Selection Of lM '
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A Lone
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(}.I SCHOOL"W 1 acre Stalling Je..nd Me
Taken. On ('.<.lllUM' Tnwlee. OalneerHe. ru. CrwGU*>-Mte*.fe-Pacataf
1 i Jarnr L Temple( and family
2001 N. W. 13ML Rt.. 441 I I'hon. 7e-Mvt over., the wrrkendMr
'BEAUTY 1044 Ho. Mala O n..w. F
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POON& "'51* Amanda I/ewa.. Mr. K ,
INSUi.ATION-ROOFING M "l1le. Kathy, rddl and I i it
Martha' 0.11 Lr U atUndrd
Lincoln- I.l'MIry-'omet .i ear,, Complete Beaoty! CulUire a birthday party and Easter
CHKD: CAR.H I otrta Women. Men All American earl hunt In ().lnr,\,,!t.I r"ieritly t
Authorized Sl.. A Service Tuition Budgeted | Mr and! Mr Lamar,
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!" ri. rcMRvr; ,Insulation & RoofingV t' -. 1111 were !hueU on lh.:. oc
rane special Brneh-L Couraea i, rejOuii.. honartna their d.ui.T; ''tV t. v!' N
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I.r\r., U-r Pitiitta Jean on h?;; /

Lincoln-Mercury Central Hairstyling New !tuna tihincie* Call fourth birthday anniversary
.L1INrll1 11LIGain..vlll. Mar tahOelt lwU'" act t.'..
6M T I'nKrrvlty. A... I College W Bull-t! > 1 ptle) for flikdin the nuit
STTltJlFord Rent Hewing A Itpa.tra Inc. eras
.. 211 8. E. )'t. Oah..et6. Call Collect 374-4214:
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I SUPPLIES DAT or NrT'II Harper Paint Co. Morning Warship Man*. 'a (

rnOCitiE 171.1110 W* mark Trmimnc tTnion. .-as p. m f Planning"uhcad I

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''U..rA''ERliRtpN'.tDtlnlr UHUac W.ctnee4.. .
; JR. McCoy Building .
.AR.M"TJIO fI wrm AnDtTCII 7 JO ..
I Supply t ( (
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Chryafcr -.Imperial ValiantMIMCt i : LfMBm Palate.*... da F9 ''aPlymouth raW I.I ....... (1.a. F i I e '
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IIAWESPOWERSMOTOR. IIRD3ttlta Jill's) Knit Shop Gata..vlll. I I !..4.a Mrtof .U T..I'.. .*... W

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201' N. Main, Gain.filk I t.crlTlccrto.:( v I 1 4
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HIM. Phone FU2.2361 1 1Res. f._pWi. "...,_. wpptw. Paint & -
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Keystone ;t3-1310 Consult r ,
CONCRETE PRODUCTS .no W t'nlrenlty Oe. ....me Glass Co. ra M"w ,,, ,1OI'ud.' Iktt.e fue4 fur

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Tat'CIUI ALL TOURCXKOCCXCTK jf jfr I DIES: WEAR: T" Earl.. ..... ...... a are th* Houth'a I Jd'I .
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LSCD CAR TOO rKOOCCTSAKf :latr.n ....... A..t.IPot4 v '' i 1 [ .hvlcr.-Joa from Am.rica'rv

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.abr Cherry'sPer Charley .,.... m>_Wn oil r.rtru ryr -
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lit .. i B. let. A'e.rnoxe Gafia.eri ,: -a WaC r.-as A 110 "."-, ......... at. E. ,1 (I i. .....otlx dtMrn. .. by 9wnd.ar4

3U-43U Building &" .. Wsr ( ............ n1..1'
Supply Inc. nIrat.a_.+trY+t-c.)4rs (Tl'rwi: nr.zt9 I Johns 1 |..>werfitl\ & (jwolinc 1 .-.... < I ,
HERE; NOW 31 TV& ITT wrAaWI
u.-.... H.i>rrr ---..-... .u__..We ....., III.. q.4.lI.wl, ti< give you "better, .
Maavm-4a44. .
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to Ow, -.*.. t. Drive ..-- 47S-4.I. i porr"-.w. east& tnn-J
Etictae U* ,.,.. 44 H. P. 0........... n.. 1M W, Vn; *-< t6. 0.- w46. Hancock 1 -" Ira.. -..4. al. wl ,era

24 M.*. er U.fIIe TypewriterEX 20'' .L. '_f._ pre.ari.paa K .idt..g.-at.,, .b..... rwuiy

EX CHANCE; : try.. .......1... w1M err Ill, jnuel .U tart 'la your cu.Y .
Melton Motors !ELECTRIC MOTOIW! t MUSIC 8LTPUES R.ulafi.ew Ako.."" ... .
1-'" ,....1 1 .....,.... tell aIlaa..aa.r t 4 ; i, i lilt 11 BJM! UlMM MMMB '

IH'ICK .A OPEL: t 7 'i r Tirww. r ToUC ......., It... f X ,' .,*re, wh.r.v.r.. yw w. &hcaI.
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Paul's Auto t Sal nee.?. o. aiixr MttM. t>oW C..p'-i4' M-'c' !!'". TIR'
CAM ...--..... ( .... ffwen .tk>.
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JIfua "" K. C. Duncan
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=.. RAIFORD BAPTIST I when persons may attend who Broadway show music. Other I .9..9..99.999..9...' Lee R. Oreen. Mrs. Mamie I I Exec iltlon\ l""i0l out. (if 1'.11'" Htnrke. Plnrldn. ante owner omplaint' (in ale "rln tiil ,iff i Attorney
'ItelniM' I'niirt. "f llra "CHURCH PLANS EARLY otherwise could not conveniently numbers will consist: of full Futon and Mr. and Mrs n. I lOot ,,, ,. ..
Florida| 1 pnr-uniit to a filial i nt Sturke 1 :. SERVICE: I attend either the 11 a.'In. I .h tf symphony sounding pieces. LAWTEYby Floyd Futch Sunday. jilda-cn.i'. nt'. f.ir Ad ilih'| Day Klorldu. e of the t'l.rk of ih,. i'.r. nit
or the evening worship Mrs. A. D. Dobbs and MrsWillie ,1, II.. 'IId. ,'* Moltif. Appl! ban. ci* I 3i12 4t 4 2 Court on or before, the nth dnvof
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Starting Easter Sunday, StaiUf. Klurldu and airvlnat W.L. April. 1 H'Ot' i.thirwlMtl.c jllewatlon j.
hour.In. t !! Dobbs and Mike were I TliiKinn, Jr defendant in the I I I of aald Complaint' 55,11
March 29. the First Baptist i Cnu BlancbarC \oiitK: ''r" I>FKK\II: I Ila \ :
I be
I addition to the servicesat ) Monday visitors of Mr. and umoiint orea,7(1 together with taken aa fonfeard by yi'iiThla
f THE THESPIANS PRE- I ., a Irrnlt ( ,
.orl llrniir.ini I
Church: of Raiford will have -imlH nf i-i.M. tlon.| .
8:45: a. m. 11 a. m.. and 8 SENTED their one-act play. j 66..6.6.... A...... I Mrs. Marshall Dobbs and Hare ....1.....<1 anil have In my luuaty Klitrlila In (*...<*er>. j '.rn-.. varhM..k. not/.e/ uliall,for be four..pulill.li.. .nnwuUte \ .d-
tin early morning Worship i each I and Mrs. Lester Mr'l puaarMlOB the following. d... t'ka rCarson .No. I.I .I'M:;
I pm. Sunday there al'eI 'Turn my Face Towards the I IEast' HOME DEMONSTRATIONThe : I Dobbs In : 't : weeka In the Bradford
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Service each Sunday at 8:45: rioed Derwnxl urup..rty toO Prvntt. I'Ia lntlfr.I vTholiim ,'",,,OIV T..I..raph.I'd | | .
| Sunday School classes for all U fral.! l-rviidaiil'
I INOTII'K
last during
Friday Demonstration Wit
Home : ,,
wr m. Tills service will be In ford.Mr. l ti .n loth day of Mar h.
age groups at 10 a. m.. and and it to be | and Mrs. Willie Dobbs I Maytaff Cloltft! Dyer TO JtfTKAHT.I ;
school proved of
Addition to the regular 11 a.ra. I Club met Tuesday morning "..d"l1:0.! : '7C I Tli.lm.. I. ri.MiiiVi.ii intMiSKAf.
service. Training Union at 7 p. m. very successful. Over *100 was last week with Mrs. Eugene and family spent Sunday In I I 1 Nrrlul& S... :'I1I'Un' are h.r.-by "ti..tiri.-.l. t tii.t,, : t.!
Additional information collected from the ticket sales. I Pearson hostess. Plans were Jacksonville with Mr. Dobbv ,! Ait th" property, of the ubuvt. a'.1,11 for, [I'h ?nie, h.,*. t h" -i,, ciiAnijj' A. r>ABnr.iMirk .
:rhe: purpose of the early I may as brothers Casey and BurnliDobbi. numt>(d I lelVndunt. mid.. that ,ni, I IMoncUy filed .inulntit y. u in tli- a'.oN of t II h,. I I'lntilt i t I Court.By .
Seniors who came into the I discussed for exhibit at thj I Jan.-t' \
service be obtained by calling HY6- an the nth ear of April | 1111".01 <'Mirf Mild .njai .mil"t' cHrterOvpuiy
each is to
Sunday -
proJJde I auditorium Friday to find County Fair and a committee and their families.Mr. 11)04 .at twelve. o'clm-k noun. onalii ate i qlllrt-d, t tc, -..,r\- .1, ?IIy! '. Clerk
worship at a time of da/ 3098. Lake Butler. their: front row seats taken bya II was appointed. Mitt Dorothy ,: and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright .Bradford. 1 day on County the prrmliifii.lull. I will..r thr of | your,' iinwi'
.... group of fourth-graders will Ross presented a program on of B.u-tow were visiting/ far fur .Xntit.. and, wll to the high.
I be pleased to know that they the selection! of colors most Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright rat bidder tyr caHh. In h..od.. ) the r I

S i were classmates of little Stella i iI suitable to the individual. Rcfre : over the weekend. atiov.:l ditfrnrlant d <*4-rll"icl to t fusty propertyacid t t I tli.aforMull :.t' I

Jane Costello who played B hmenta were served at Mrs. J. O. Pons and chil- lla; *'utbrl. ,

: 'N' !Ijly l' F I I starring role, in the play. noon to the 11 members at- I dren spent the latter part of P.I'. )0.l>. llwililixh KKOUI.SH, > h.rlff 1 I FLORIDA

l IIJJ I They were Invited to the tending. I the week with Mr. and Mrs. Bradford IlunlY..rhla\

... l lI'I' presentation as special guests CHURCh SOCIETIES I B. R. Reddish. -. 3,12,, 41 4THK /' 1,

2is..LiJBy I of the Thespians and were The Methodist W8CS met Miss Lois Pellam of Opp. (. ...1. l')11 allSM

Charl... I'hippa permitted to come without for the regular study course!! i Ala. visited her brother Tal- : III"IAHi> (>K rorNTYr'o.M.viiKHioNKii :

charge. It proved to be very Tuesday night of last week! : madge Pellam, over the week ) op ll1t.1 I' !
I J i THE BHS BAND IS IN THEATRE-.
.w beneficial to Stella Jane to with Mrs. Orvllle Bumgarner. end.Visiting I I.< flu COI'STJo'I..III1I1J.I
I process of raising money for have her friends watch her inaction secretary of Missionary Education : Mrs. V. R. Reddish WILL. UKfBIVK; HKALKD: HII)"
I1Vf/( /( their new uniforms which will Sunday were Mrs. Mattie Carter AT 10-011 OCIvOl'K' ON '1'1IKM4)nNINII
because she did an extra conducted the .
.k4W who : OP AHItlt. T A.l>
M-\\ \ 7 V be here In time for the next special job of fine acting. studY of the current book with and family of Jacksonville.! IHS4 IN/ THK: OH'HTIIOOM. IN:.
it\\ football _son. As a part of I The elementary student were I Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders TUB flM'KTHorHK.!! .: FOR TtiFuLleWINtl ,: OPENING; TIME:
\ all taking part A salad course 1'IKt'K: : OP/ K;
the annual and Mrs.' MONDAY: THROUGH FRIDAY
i the fund raining perfect ladle and gentlemen was served during the social Hester Hicks were In VI 1'11'1111'\T I \ : :
S.\\I I S r Spring Band Concert will be as they viewed the performance Jacksonville Sunday where 1 On. nmv Tandem f'>rlv. Mutor 6:45: P.M.

held next Tuesday evening at and later expressed their hour.Mrs.. O. J. Phillips was they visited Mr.\ and Mrs. IHvitrl. Uradvr.";"al"I ". equipped 24. volt 1 dlr.with i ielectric SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:00Friday :

: thank In Individual thank- Jlmmle Hogan and Mr. antMI'I. I martlnir, It.00 ,x 34.,
WMU Thursday >
7:30.The hostess to the Be aHiMaiaMa 8 I'll tire., front and ruatncload
Band considered the Johnny Jenkins
and chU-
you notes to the Thespians. night March 10, with nine tvp cuI. hvirnull Saturday March 27.28
wrestling matches which they: I dren. -
Mrs. Joyce t mptd Hteerlnir and h>-
members attending
Il sponsored last weekend, to be I Mr. Aline Markham and d.raw I.* aide Htnft' irmldburd,
Futch vice president gave the I The jcradcr. will wHicli not .
a. huge nuccesa. A large crowd children of Gainesville were .. .
I. than 25.OUU pound and
which
AS AN EXTRA ADDED devotional after a program
brought In over (250, and the visiting her parents, Mr. and tli. engine' hall hav dtp-
attraction the students who was carried out by Mr* of IHN Ih..n.n .
plae..nt not
share of it which went to the Mrs. D. W. Starling Sunday. : :
witnessed the Thespians' play Ralph Wise. Mrs. Bobby Dyal & fublr IncliHU. The Iran IN'RIiAtiOItAi. L
Band covered the for Mr. and Mrs. James R. Reddish mission shall' have not le*. AMtPICN( ..
expenses .
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In Florida. were given a preview of the! Mr. Dick Starling Mrs. Milo of than six, forward and t( inrvvemv C"'A." .:::: _
whole uniform. Starke
one were Sunday
up-coming musical. "OKLA. Smith, and Mrs. Elizabeth .1'| ***.... I'unMtnnl
The new uniforms which visitors of Mr and Mr. T. L. mesh. type, iirt-Niui. .. luhrloared AMSON
HOMA In an Improptu performance Terry. Refreshment of strawberry
Got1Ats
with fllter and inolvili
Walnwrteht mf
the Band In' buying, will cost
three principal shortcake and cold ll. 'rh. cont'rolehall I Iti
after bowling beer is a naturalAfter about $8,000 all together, and players in the show sang drinks were served during th3 MIllS Enza Blanchard spent niec'hanknl, ,type with ..intliree
SlAVE
the d..vhn unit Ih" lutchNhull So
the money Is i now being rain I weekend with Miss Arth- |> ?
song. social hour.HONOR In- oil type and ,doubledlw' QllI1Of
ed. Already numerous citizen ROM urine Blanchard and Miss The main frame. Mliallof 1l
Lorraine Priest who play JB: _
you've bow led a game or two,01'hen you're winding up of Starke are contributing Roll Esther Mason. in Jacksonville. I.. ,triple box, Mtlon,< a ar a COIORSCOpEdOIORwTECNNISCOPE
Following I.I the Honor
the part of bashful but aggressive ...
I
the evening at the neighborhood bowling center, it'*good to relax money for the fund and \ Ado Annie sang the for the. fourth .six-week period THIS)." PritPIIAMK" WiLl UK I

with friends and compare scores What better way to add to the pledges are 'being made in the ever-popular "I Caln't Say at Lawtey. Junior High I' Methodist! Church I t'NDKH: : A I.KAHK; J't:IW 11 Alii': .
and the sociablcncss than with a refreshing glass of beer? hundreds of dollars. AI1I1KKMK.NT":: : I I : ,
sport : No I" It seemed aa though she School: THK' ."H'.--iTY nPFKIIM! Kf 111 I ITltAI'K .
However you take your fun-beer always nukes a welcome: The annual Band Concert was singing It to the boys FIRST GRADE Jeans I I Calendar for the week: I' IN/ I ONU: IIMJONIKADlClt. ) I '
next Tuesday, will feature fine! ( WHICH MAY UKHKKN
addition Thursday March 26 Story
the I
party. down front from the number Higt lnbotham. Donna Sue! i : :: I AT! TIIK: tlrt'NTV HARMON I
band muilc from marches to Hour .
Your familiar gl.m of beer H also a pleasurable reminder that -- of whistle and cat-calls! that Pauley Michael. Oaiklns Dar- for Primary and Junior .NOIITH' WATKIt: HTIIKBTTHK ;
overture Borne of the most children. : .11 S,\III' \\ II.L I'l-ACK(; Sun. Mon. Tues.-March 29 30 31
we live in a bnd of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy she got lene Starling Nancy Lee 12.5(111( (in. I"\\II I : .UN Til IK ,
modern composition of music I that Teressa Brewer.SECOND"GRADE. Friday, March 27 Holy KQI'II'MK.NT.: : IN AIUHT1ON TO<
beer and ale, if we so desire is just one, but an important one, of You will remember Week ',
Services 12 noon, Rev. THK 'I'1 ILA 0": IN. A-NI \y
those personal freedoms. for the high school band will Lorraine played the female Linda I, John R. MKNT:; WILL II K. .tIN ''11K
Brabham
be along with I lead In last year's musical Allen. Kathy Casey Cindy speaker. II.VNANCK., : IN rilltKK' / : KtJI'ALI'AY.IKNTM .:
played a number
In Florida...beer with fun with relaxationUNITED "On With the Show." She was Oriffls. Judy Redding Becky I I I Music by Madison Street Bap. : WITH NO' IXTKfl':.: :
goes of established pieces.: tut Chul'Ch.Saturday KMT.I'AVMKNTH:
<) the one who got all the kisses Johnson David pevore. Eddy I IDyal I WilL UK MAPK;
STATES BREWLRS ASSOCIATION, INC. There will even ba. some from the other Il'ad-Io you Carl Orlffl. Chuck March 28 -Primary AM KIlM/tWH: 1 1 iii &
P.o. 1M>" 271 WINTt fAHIt rLONIDA highlights from the play"Okiahomat" 1'101'.1 I Department egg hunt at I/S,: on a.Uitnuary. 10. ,QOG I
know she' goingto do a rood ton.THIRD l/i: on January 10 !1M*
a* a part of the Job as the man-grabbing Ado ORADE Strickland! Landing 3 p. m. lii.>l. on January O r.l 7THR '
Sunday, March 29 Church IIOAKfl ItKWKIlVIIHTHK :" : '
Annie. Dyal. Nancy Notion Wayne KKIIIT. TO RNJ."I'SV. I = I "*&
I School for all ages 9:45: a. m. L
I Testone Hyta Johnson Penny .
The two leads In "OKLA- ANI: > ALL HlliH.CHAKIJOH THe
i HOME Jim Lewis and Von Massey, Ewell Craft Tommy Membership Training Class : A. 1JAKKY
PeR
I Holloway. Daryl Illlllard. I I for boys and girl. 10 a. m. ClirkOFFKMAI. INOUMUICU
Clllo Williamson did their bile
PIl9 RANGelt
( HBAF.! ) 5
Morning Worship 11
a. m.
'1 FOURTH ORADE Sheila
Rest song "People Will SayWe're :3-19 2t a.u '
In Love. M the'rest' Norman Helen Brown Keith Snack Supper for MY?. 6 p. ..,.. ., ...-. al.a

-- c fie the special program. Bennett James Qladleux De- m. Youth( Meetings 0:30: p. m. '('ru'1r OF "" '"'.I"'TI" TOHKnINTMH : EDIE ADAMS

In front of the achO l.- they lore SB pp. Joy Bennett Larry King Easter" Cantata.7:30 "Behold Your : :.In hereby KKI'ITIIII' given. 0Nutlci t11MK thatthe : I: .:.KRSCHEL BERNARDI a:".TOM BOSLEY'a.Jwu.a.nslam.tsa{ : aiswu,

forgot to do one thing how Brown, Norma Jean Pre- r. : p. m. underalKnvd. under. the pro- I
Wednesday Apr. 1 Clrcla vlnlone/ of I'lmpter,. 20.NR3: Laws
ever. In the play the script I
vatt.FIFTH 3 of Klnrlda.I Act' <>f 141 I
meets in Hail !
Fellowship Wed.
: \ I Thurs.-April 1 2
calls for a kls at the end of ORADE Wayne reader with. .Ih. Clerk I that ,
> the song; but they! forgot to do Bennett Joy Sapp, Pam Tye, with Mr*. Jacb McComb ashostess f'lrult (otirt, In and for Bradford
10 a. m. Prayer Meeting County, "'10,1,'.. upon ,.-
it then. We dont know Roger Alters. Junior' Austin ,'.I Ipt| of proof of publication of
whether they just plain forgot, Jerry Teston. and Bible Study 7:30: p. this notice, the flotltloim name The Chapman .Report
m. Chancel choir rehearsal. of. (day'. Home. Appllanree un*
: Miktt\
SIXTH. ORADS: -
or If it wanbrraAue' Mr. Casey 7:30 der wnlfh I am .na-anod In
and the rest 'of- the faculty, Norman' Lamar Johnson Regina : p. m. bu tnean at >r.A X./ Temple Ave With Shelly Winters
Oladleux Michael, Tsw, Htarke. Florida.
In the audience. j
IMr d t71" /! was Kathy Scott. Margaret Star FIRST' BAPTIST A. (lay, 1314 W. Madison Ht
0 w 4, +k aTICKERS I CHURCHService
N ling. Marcie lUrdee.!!

FOR OLKA. i EIGHTH ORADE Bonnie for Sunday. Marco\ ....... "" t .,.... To''.._",. _...."..,-_- ..... ..."...".' .. .. -'
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I1OMAI" will go on sale next Rosier Betty. Jo Sapp. 29-Morning. "He la Risen"I .;-" .; 16''.' ,.u '0".u .\ '{;
Sharon Tatum.FFKSONAI.M I .f'fflJ' li 'I-'t
week AprilS.1 and Juniors and I, (Matt. 28: 1-61 Evening, "Serv i' O&h'l{ p
I('1 Ing Christ ;
Senior before will the have play three harts weeks onThursday I and Mr.family and Mrs.of Wallen Jacksonville Sapp I,i (IMatt.Through 16-181./ IsisChurch" I i--1 w ? ?T a

23. Student' I were visiting Mr. and Mr. | Schedule of regular service: I W..+.. "" ..".
April .
Sunday Worship. 11 an.1 ,
A. O. pearce Sunday, a. m. .
will be going aU out to let you 7:30: p. m. Sunday School. I V, "/ .
Mr, LnMie of Starke
Carter -
know and | 0:4): a. m. Training Union c-:::..: .. .
about the musical I \ ,
spent Monday with :\fn. Sri- .L:' ... .
F I ..... ..t't'
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to sell you an advance ticket. ma Eunice 6:15: p. m. Prayer Service eacn .... : """ ,

1 They will be eager to make ;, Mrs. Mae Welts attended, Wednesday" 7:30: p. m. "\) .' 'IIJ.. ;' ,, .

; money for their Senior trip. |I, the District meeting of A-wocl-II _--- \ > :, 'SWARM';
and to get a packed house for
atlon of Postmaster In Or-
TUB ;
RIGHT POINT fer u..
I-ONY. ""III".": AM HltllllJC "OKLAHOMA ange Park Sunday afternoon way y*. writ*. C... ta and II'' :,: SEA'SON ''S
-Charles.csnrBcsi Mr. and Mr. John Bennett I ........ ,.... (....... KSTUlI -

and family of Raiford. and I BROOK ..._.... P... TOR1 ';vV 'SOT! -At.DQfYOOR { / ;{
Boys and Girls Come Register Often or ooit Lonny Prescott of Mlddleburo 01410.ATIP' '
N. Sk Claw S.. were visiting the Darley-Ben I
nett family Sunday. *' .r .s/1r.MIFr. sill: .TERMITE..: ;TROUSl. i
NO OIIIJCATION Sunday Dcbo. It BJB I I :! ....'. |I. h..."r .1"." thai wpaR'' ..''' .. y ,
Mrs. Paul Smith of PaUtka. .
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I. I' I' ll.rtiliiin lihariff of Kra.lfnr I'k .
Moraine' Worship. 11 a. *a I ...... ., (' .. .JM
Mrs. B 'ulah Revel of Miami Evening Ben_. 1:11: p.a T-I I by viriu of \\ 'I' of Kiwuilonla : "f.: M '
To Be Given and Mrs C. C. Olson of Jacksonville v IM1'(=
Away By PB tack Wtdnmtfay. 7J: R wit '" .."' "r," ,'
visited Mr. and Mrs. v
m. Prayer ....\inc. Friday i 'ViT. T. t/-.1 : .
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