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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1966
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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"Ii( I everything goes right we hope to bring a new j jllllu. '

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made U'edne.-cl.iy by Ben Sowers, district land nutn- I

n. I'I''il.h) I t'l'I'-\1cG: Corporation, in u talk beforethe ___ Johns Aniiovnices BcriT

Sturke Uotury Club. I __
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, Si'WITS. said that nothing a plant would cost around $10 __ SpeechIs Market\

I would mine 1'a million I
definite had vet been determined million : __ ,

: but that the production tons of phosphate annually ,I [ Set I For Senate Seal

c'lvision' of Kerr-Mc-: and would employ from

Cei current): making en- limO to 123: people with an annual I it! Opens

glnceimg studies of the feasjbihi paycoll of around 1.25' The I lull) annual edition,

& \ of a phosphate mining million. I, Thrills. guloii: will lie. provided !h> I 111.,1., \..> iitlnirtlons I t lit I II..- Bradfordlew nl' flinti lord County's h'air Simile. Senator Caailcy .K. in-tlon. :.sales of Bradford, 1

operation. in the Bradford- The (present engineering ('''tiit't.' Fair oiienlng next, t \\'etl'icsd.i.> I matured I a", ..ng I the, rh"'" iv ill Johns of Starke formerly .announced I'otinty's strawberry crop begun
and Festival
Strawberry .
Unim.-Alachua('' County orea.Sowers studies will continue and no tie The, Skjliner I I .pielured' nl).>,f'. Tuesday ux a candidate this. week at the Starke I
definite decision is likely to will open at noon VVi-ilnea- for re-election to the
said
that the corporation :State; farmers Market with
: :P.O. with the Flnrlcin Senate In the MtV: pri.matlea. .
Two] Itlty.lul'l'h:
it one time had around I Continued on Page I the best fruit! bringing I u top

80.000 acres,! under lease in Fair TalentRehearsals To Starke Elementary annual Uural-Uihan 1 Dny In of U.311) per "(list' of 12 pint

I the [area but that much of | l-'ish Fry: ..pniiored l br I he milking his announce.mamut < 'n rt Oils
HCJI. John Issued the
this had proved to bo only 6 Contestants Starke Rotary Club.I I I'nt 1'",u II''i, following statement
:
"good gout pasture. and had I Board Orders | The PI'O'II'lIm111 Ret under-: :: "As ; said that\ a total I of 420
you are wari, the
been released. He said there | flats were" sold Tuesday, with
i' Enter FairBeauty ; | way at 11 :a. m. Inside the Kedornl Courts enrller" mimic. It

were three locations that still' Set TonightTalent ; I FII\I'II'ounds.\ with a speech bv I clear that florid.l' niu.st ruiippoitlon pl'l lies, ranging from a low of

looked interesting In this area, "i:4, :I.W( to a high of $1.30.Sale .
Comml>"lo1.?! of Am {culture
ContestSix Itself or t he ,rourls,
and which the poratUm Contest rehearsal!, Addition | IONIC( Conner" : presentation' of would' their ., on :Monday, when, the
prepare own plan
still had under lease. These $85,000 \nirki-i: opened foi the Mea for the forthcoming DrudfonCounty ( I ppi-ial awards\ : and dedlri- which we must follow. As II
were desuri-bud as: 6,000 acres more contestants this 11 3SJ;; flats, and un averiti -
Fair will be held a j I lion of new, fair bulldtnu result the Floii.la LuKlslntuir'

north of Brooker In Bradford week entered the Miss\ North the Fairgrounds. at 7:30: p.m Seivliv; the fish fly' will .
County 6,000 acre near LaCrosse Flot Ida Strawben Queen tonight (Thursday), accordmj!; | Plan.for; an $85.000; () ( five-classroom adilitimi( tu, t IU: noon( lowing 4H hens torts throughout( I'nniKh, said he expects the

In Alachua& County; Contest annually a hlshlltht: Milinm\ .. to Ini'ioane' quickly
to an announcement by Rich- | Starke LK-mentary School were\ onlercil complelt.dt The, p-.ili' will btf opened of- the entire State. Con.serii.'nt-.
and( 10,000 acres in the Dukes of the Bradford County( \ Fair | mill, that a will be reached -
Vicinitv Union ard Jockel chairman of till: and submitted, lo the Stale IH'pt.) of i Kdticition; ;, lor approval rti-lnlly at 1 p. ni. with 1965Strawberry ly. I iim seek! ing your\ support peak
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of County. set March ;30-Aprll 2. event. I ime time next week, a*

SUM era cited figures from They are: I Prizes in each of three cat," posthaste' lit a special meeting of I the School\ .>,n Queen the Tends 01pel'rOl'mln' ,- for election us your Senator I tli>. ('''"\\1t\,''.. 2.:>0 acres of ber-

Kei'r-McCJee's; > phosphate mining Marsha Susan Bird of Live .I(1"--..,.,,..,.t. .I'Virlnv. ;.. ..... .niirlnt...... .. I ( traditional from the new Son.Ue District. lies clime Into full!! pl'o egorles : $23 first '
me place; rlbbon-ci'ttlna! ( r.
ceremonyThe This i III
the fourSinntc
only one of
the Uonid'a 1.2
in Central Florida I At Supt Tom Ca.se.y's "cume" from I
operation Oak, currently Miss Suwann $13 second and $5. wuggo.stion I : saul the fruit offeredm
I place; .. I 81lawbcl'l'Y i Judiina xeiils! for which theeltl.1i
tin.ini'ed
to show what a similar, bounty.:: Is rponsored by the third l the Bonnl ordered million I bond( Issue 1 ispietty.." ,and that with I
place. C.mtest Is set for 2 in.Hh
plant would me.an here. Such "Sirwannee County Chamber of Aii'hitect Don lorgan: to \vnlk with race truck tnxes MajorciiiiHtruction p. of the 21-rounty$ 2nd fiivonible, weather during then
All contestants are asked nt Junior nwairis for t the Mottle' b",r -v. f'ongiessiomil' Dl.sti-lcL! will
the plans. through TallahasseeIn L"wtc.V ,.
=omm?rce. to be at the Fairgrounds tot' j i and the best flat. -"l fl'w'ectk the growersshould
Livestock '
have the
lo .
order to get construction' I High I School and n Ii VI.'oom oppni tunity everrl S"ll.Itnr Julius
Holder! of Newberry Is have a good season.
June rehearsal. Ranger Hal of UirlKlni, Is --pt' for 3 i p. m : n i> their privilege,: III ('II'Uo.th..ir Distitrl. \ Kaee
started In time to li.iva the III<1 Icihi Ion at Southslde Elementary : / i In Mil "'We need and
Couple ponsored by the Newberry Channel 4 TV will MC the warm days
Escape "OiPa-jpl Pig Scramble" at 5 ballot ..
new wing ready for school'sopening I nre nlrmuly under' const ( '
tree Chamber of Commerce. contest at 2:30: p.m. Sutiiidav.' I p. m.' Fat Cattle Auction. 6 "The people of District 1 I ilia.-i..... "in thi. pe'iple' I lap "i-ool nlghtn he explained.
nirtlon. my
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Serious InjuryAs Laura Sol ensen of Fernan- April 2. In the new show arena, ;' : :'Mcmbei next H Septcniboi.Bimul A. Lnwson's Total expenditure on the addition ': n in. : nnd Battle of the have allowed me the pleasure' "lejient I ,promtHi" to "lontinut'i, I knIt I little or no rain to help

''Ina Beach a member of thet. Hands. 7 o m.Thllr.,1I1Y. or serving I them In the Klorid.i -- my effoits" on behalf, of oil I the crop along But right now.
Is
to
expected( inn over
; Johns River Jr College! ; motion also called lot nehools. srhool, teiichei... "ltl.i.. Id say the outlook Is favorable -
I
Car Flips I'I advertising( for bids pending $100.000) () by the I time. it Is. furnisheil t.vviit: >> l Legislature. for the past ."
Homecoming Court. Is !spon-! Fair Association blind nld for dependent' iliiM-, I
Speclnl, \ as years. During this time
State( Department appiuvul I ot I mill I the old I HeilltrnnnliuildinK. I e'-c-nts scheduled for, ; The market has been
by the City of Fernan- I 1 itt umitt'a, ... I. delay-
mel physieiillv <
ren. .
l P.
Semite ,
Thursdwv include my colltmKUP.s honoieil/
Membership Cards Lila plans. which It is to I..plllce.I. : Emg: Race.4pm. but
vU weather.
A GainesvIlle! couple. escaped 1lna Beach. state tmlvei-Hilkeri junior, rnlI by cold rainy
t I I.. ,demolished The .old I wood, \ Strnwbeirv Pie EatIng! me to serve' as their president! ,
_ serious injury In a one cutcrush Ver'a Fish of Glen\ St. Mary. \ E>naiu Aiemuers" Art Hollirt \ I mu KOM' I tei'hnlenl-voi-ational I at the present time this area
9J1S-J.; .xJ$1! budding' ) ;! now In lice, Is termed ., Contest S p. m. Shoe, Ac.' m- pro tuntpora and prpsidcnt rthe *
:> on SR 26 near Melroua -niTentty: >tlr.CaterConntT "V nn'loJ.\ A: Snpp \were. not I IrnlniiiK: 'ii-nteis' mentiil/ lie.ilthInRtitnUons : I 14 the! only one. in the eastern
1 *t"lwtP.
)) I H hre trnp: bv the BunrdlIveiy (\'. 'Jle. 6 p. 11RJF: : Fiwlilon' rieinjr/ )0111' nover the In
Saturda afternoon. mud Miss leke City Jr. Co-: piesunt! I I lectioii.'il I Institutions part of countiy full pro
Fair Association ni'nn bar- I \ rm" : -
: "ftcul,11 I 5 ,I I be made. t I.:4 liovv. 7 p.m.: HJE IlUhJdionl Jiff) wan the most Krutifym 1 the
62 and ,
A lOrfurt dllC'tlon.Vlth good
,
Adolph ; age if sponsored by Odom'sDept. cards sale all To be Included, iiltt'trttires iiKrlriiltui-e, nnd) prices
shIp are on at as hit,\'C the new rooms leudv, : by i J 1 Bind 1 concert 9 p. m. of my ypiirs of public IIf'I'vll'oThe
his Alice released reach iU JSOO.OOOpotential.
wife were Store of Macclenny. four local drug stores at SI i ifor to the plans> are ulr-non- the other %Vutt I It while proxniniH."It crop) may
of
next I I lull.I I Principal,,I Chmi,'le.I : 1"rld.Irth.ItIt'M, support penpliin
following treatment at theUniversity Barbara Sue Edwards: of adults and 50 cents fortudents. riilioning the existing/ school l-'rancls, wns told by CnsevAs all 21 counties within the. I Is mv Inil! bi'lu-r',, I thnt.I I.
i Hlvhllitht of .
:Medical Center In ( Fridiiy's activities I'arrish said a government
Gainesville Saturday evening. Starke Is sponsored by the I The memb) <'I'qlllr, > library whlc-h forms one end with nil 4 new Hrhoolpiiiims ( t will j- thp finals of the 2ni) Congrpssionil: I Dinliict.!i real. I estate cut mInutE xtiiml,I IIn.11I01' .\' Inspector will be at the mar-

Holiday Inn. card also serves as a of the proposed wing, nnd' II in file LI | "' tuxes"DinIn' .
season I untlcr ,'oI1HI"I"'U..n" t the NJi-th: F'orldu' Stl'A\\'bAI'1'.V continuing HIIturc | the of
Erfurt suffered a fractured ket soon for grading
Mary On arm of Starke. a pass to the Fairgrounds' And sldowulk/ at the west end of Shii-Ue lOlementiiiy: ndilitior, 'Queen will maim that I will hu >r my li'Kl.Mlntive/ <'n-.
lic.nity Pa/ennt at 7:30
and his .
tollai: bone wife was : the frllit.School
Ticmbir of the Bradford HlhQueen's : the holder may visit the Fair the Kt'hool. connecting: four \will be iiir-cnnditioneil. 1 nnu m. In the show Florida's. senior State Inu. reer.. I have! set-Ned, ,on modi (of
head p. new
treated for a Injury. I arena.
According to the FHK accident Court. Is sponsored by as many times! as he dashes' wing!! Air-c-onditloning the /library myin.tonIcs except for It "ribbon Sponsored, bv the Starke CI"II tor. thereby having! the honor the major! eoniniillees I I ii f I the/

report the, mishap occurred Carl Hurst's Shell Service without chai-Re. by showlirhis would cost nbout! $:J.JOIInd ()/ () i I.Inss to bo nsL-il, as ,a lire es- | Inn) Club. mission(I to thi* of being Deiin of thp Seniito"f 1 Senate. Inrhnljn/ the follow BoardCandidates

Station.A membership card the. walls would run around, I inn A"I'I''I'I'IIlll.IIn"khj.' , .
at thr i I. ipe T'nInik" of wliiiluwH, offer experience : I II
around 5:30: p.m., about event \will\! bo 50) rents" foii you ,
one mile east of Melrose, previous ('ntry'IIS Joann gate. $ .OflO.Funds) ,ari-hitect/ :Jlorgin: said will greatly detrea.se tho cost i adults a.f I teenagers. and 25 Hi-nioiity, know-ho\v ti nil ability I IContlinitfl I On Hime.. Twill' I IIlul ': To Be
Lake. Con- for the I
cott of Kingsley
addition willIt. i I Continues, fin p"u.,0'' (Continued to get things ,done In Till-
when Erfurt driving west on testants In the Clvltan Club on Pica' TwolLuRue I I Quizzed_---- _At_ _Rallv u up
SR 211 in a 1962 Falcon. ap-


patently rolled car: which over lost left control the rod of and tits number will-'>ponsored the hlahHht Fair seven.beauty rehearsals the The pageant third pageant are now diyf snt' Clay Hill Rally Opens} 1966 Area PVeteran ''rima'deslChallenl'l'r School l be A<-nnducted political Board, hv candidates the forum HamptonKlcmentiiry will for


lent invest! I : School PTA at 7
Thi IIC< ""I< was ,.In.. >_.h.<. mrtrnlnff..._. ..... fvf__ nr'Anvil" 1 n.1 ,
/ campaigner Cha: I ." : >m. Saturday' March 26, In
IlIh'lly Trooper Jimmy Murihi-o: said leferiiiiK l
Putnam eliminations In the afternoon ley E:i. Johns of Starke u estate -alc.inan.! are seek-;; said lie Is "11' Gina Shaw iStarke I ,school
Grolggs; assisted by was his 1964 HIM Hampton
I Deputy James Price. I and:! the finals that night his best flijhtlns; form as 11.1 would .statimem that lie inv the pot tar the first hunt ,ilianuer, to our schools.( 1 vtlUtfd based. his 1111 till I campalgn A selected moderator and I
County
not
Miss Tonaa Dixon. Bradford opened the 1 191 6 primary' eli-<.- s-ek 'tin Commlsion ,- Taknu a land 01 keeUn: II ,/ : every ;pait and I knov speech on the! sincerity ,linnet, will ask. questions of :
IlMaln.
High School senior) Is reignIng pst: I'm not the Clay Coiintv sihool.-,, accl'edi'I ichool iind ambition of
I officials He said the 11 young man
ion campaigns In this area at In, "fandirtates., :teiIIest t towlIl'dlhClr
Band ConcertSet queen of the Fair. Clay County's opening; polltl.il only pel" ton to ever rhanac !h.s. c-' and at tin- same time keeping ,'duaU.m: cl children In dm to do n !good Joh."Oi.e > views. und nualinoutlon

mind. Ha told th crowd tIm ithes : tax-s "c ilhln I' a.'on." ,. Gene Shaw ,a ,i-hnnce.!
I CJuIIl.y is in "vi-ty cnpabh; seek
Tonight rally Saturdy nhtht beforeseverl |II i), tht oflli-e they
promised;) to net roar's fo: Bam was lli.sl to Hike the he. asked he.
4 Senate Races I hundred partisan Cir.y Hum. \ I Ilal hands. as pledged;: "n I Km<:,..h candidate will have a

Tne Biadford( Hlh School Hill 1'"I'ents.AftC'r" : and added. "We've" cOllie .d. Its prup ied keepIng "But whv stop theic, ?" he voice" tItus t will be huuid I (,tons ,maximum of tiva minutes to ,

Band will prcfcpnt" its annual Set In Second filling up on a thicken! :a long way In 11 years the federally, subsidised; sihool, asked, The businisK! : 0'' one end of the leKixlatlve. hall' mike a speech before questioning
I With !liuumbent Bud: Anthony lunch mid expanding to the other." elci, ted. I
:< if Shaw
piuri'nm\
t spring concert tonight (IThu supper served In the Clay I schools: should! iil>o be enti'listed ) stints und will also'
on the aid lhHs. ththice It \ : the sih'i.il xiud he knows
day' at 8 o'clock In the schooau : DistrictIf Hill school cllf'.'terla. th: ank'epml l la professionals." nn attoiney. I 1m) given two minutes after
Cong. caii.hd.ites for Kev- milk 1-1' the law and business and
itorlum. crowd heard five minute p.-uxrairi; : exi-ie scn Lovurn( "U"'II"l"d" that he l lxeeklnii I- I he questions> In'hl..h to sum-
stone'DUiilct( 3 sclr-ol bond t 111- s.-huol re would. make "eVuiv effoit to
o'i i
Th,' public:: is Invited to attend speeches for nearly all tat--. Lincoln His) otflc- "because o- mnrl/r"
votingfor past.: which pays: $200 ,>el "In the of "
you find yourself ; medial ri'.i-lliiK h JJ'O'HI1I11. : will m.ijoiity. be asked
the concert and help offices as well as local rac. a deep concern for the welfj.-c Qutf.stlons< may
support the ban 1. All proceed four State Senators InMay Sen. Johns and Jackson month have a ream" fle'd' lu-.tm, n;i'.s-'! .1 In .ore-1 .."-;und-I; if our chll'ren." He stres-cd Clay Hill's own Intact Wilkinson from the floor but the mod'r"lnl' -
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will be applied to the un1nrm! instead of one as In the Bryan Palatka at loin \v both FCII riser cltv ,'ou/wl tmllnVI': -. In''h.' .- nc'i,', '.' e-'"- .lt".n: n"onini that the District: SchoolBo.iid : seeking the new tlireulounty will ""I'eenIII question ..
past -- don't think t.hero'ssomething Ham .V: I r.llll' B-nm O I o: :v seal In his< lust bid
fund. Admission Is 75 cent running at large" In the, neu in I of. me! 1 h" > HI, olfl.e t Is his only .roi: ,' n.lvl si> that personalities
with the bal E. L.(Rue' in' iisuiiue,; !! .02"11'.
I fur public oltKc WItS 1'I"III'lythll
for adults. and 25 cents for wrong 24-county .senatorial distiht- ': r"IIT, !H i i ''onv-ien- coin and that he his n,> fur- A ,ill not be ome Involved.
lot. Four senators Is par for find: lI1.h. cl L crowd's favorite.VihkIn' ,''u I I AA
: )\11.1\;i a lei' i"d 'lint.: n> >1 llbiniu
( >
tucent.' but in dlfl"ient lu'o ;IJH--\\'el'f'' xp.i them, pohtlrnl' ambitions uaosacn Man
the course> in th 2nd Congreslional | son deplored the inn eased con-
the only senate candidates '. L wont .Kld. he was Hospital Slates
District under the latest I IIn| und do-iensed !repreHontu-, .
I is still appear in person 4 I -It, nt of thc' K vstone UI.&t'l! Files To Oppose
,I reapportionment which thou placed on the .people of I 10th Anniversary
IJIIS hAND under court attack and maybe Rep. Loul, Huntley and, Mi: ? SIVLt1k; ; wLAg4iIS PTA lat :vcai. was a north Florida, under the new '

\ changed again before election two challer\ el's. Starke' Germ I at I (chartci,, member' of the ,run i t-Hppioved apportionment i iHe Johns Cross ObservanceThe

CONCERTThursday day. Shaw and Clay Hill A 'u'. 1' -ti'i Cl-.ib.:, and U ciiiiPiitlypipatent I 1.lan. ,

stand bow- James C. Wilkinson! all sPOke ;: oi l tip Clay COllJ\t30.1 U-nU. ,anniversary of
As matters
I
:March 21 now. I said he. hits no "rn'I' 'er Hal( ) D.IVIM. :i.Vviaiold: Uud-
,
as candidates tjr, the :w I ls Committee. lie Uiudford, County Hospital
the 2nd CongressionalDistrict i : / ) ) :
ever 1 II .plan, but I want to (.ice our : den Coiinlv IIlt"l'n.hl. >I unnouncud -
K:0f: () ".:\1. will have four senators house dlsturt: of Bradford eli _m "'ml huvo attcnd- I'lorilenm! with you. the peo. his <-iindiil.iifor the will be observed at 2 p. m.

who will run at Urge In Clay and Union Counties i, e minis for tnca u I Saturday, ;March[ 26. when the
ple. Car horns sounded 'long Stale Senate In ftroup" ( ,> of :,
BIIIulitorium tho 21 counties, but In four In Clay'-. DMiu: < t 4 c moUnt :,:1 t nine vriiH:, I I l I Board of Trustees will piesent"'
mini loud' after Wilkinson> left I|I the! new 21".l I >lInly Serond, ConJI''e"'IC.nal -
different commission in-e Ii11111130" L ivorn ta-'jcd, himself a i tenveinservice, [ pins to employees
groups.Th the spuaker's' stand!; the partisan "' I Ditlriet) th'r aniiounieil i
,\tIulN 73c and the candidates O. J. Murrhce 3r avt his t i 'political: conservative." Helavo and members of themedieal
groups
Clay Hill crowd hardly i adult, .. in this'
challengers the fir',t shot R .staff who have be..nwith
qualified to run In each arc : s ccjiimy[\ In oveiiunV'titand |I
'Jpplall, Students 25c;) )xniup
ad. follows: W. T 're. Kev-t)n Hi, ... piomi-, d to seek) a moiccguitaUif the. hospital" I chime its
,
,militate ,
vii nf Stimi ki'. and San "lU'd1'C'roH.s
Benefit Uniform Fund : :5th-Sen. Charley B. Johns. building contiHci mm i and 'LIpl mui, of "ixntlon, tu .of < iamesvilleIn opening.Hefreshnienla/ .

Sen. Emory (Red) Cross Hal < r. ina in" hifa si "en' ,- relieve th' hurd( n now placed 1 Hen. J'JhIlM.'h". had.. his four his anilid.iey will be set ved

Davis. Into politics! told the, emu' on! ad \Hlorcm, taxes.I.ovi year. term us senator, Irom announiinx i I bv the Hospital Auxiliarv The
Davis "I I thxln
suit feel
I ;
6th-Sen. B. C. Pearce. Sen. he will\ If elected: rn nlHo ama! out, infavor Bradford" and,! Union Countiescut fairer, public is cordially Invited
upportionnient 1 plan
L.. P. (Pete) Gibson Odin Murphy answers 'o nil question, lI.k 0't continued lix'iil I con I ) short by the Una I reapportionmcnt .
.FISH. FRY muni. eome (,lout the next!' session
: V Jackson Bryan, Wayne him. He promised: to *>.e tiu'; tiol of -chonN. He termoil, told the ('rlJ'A d of the. Le islnlure, us noone Library Friends

First Presbyterian Mlxson, Joe Due, Tom R. Davis Clay residents !net full value himself "suspicious or federal that' the ".ourt." .. mire controlling 'i-iiil properly represent. the. BoothAt

B. L. Buah. and Keith for every tax dollar.D. I ',ntroiu, I'loaked In hIgh;; mOI'alIInd thc country. He said the new. people In 21$ oountlen.! The Are Planning

Wheeler. Anthony I Tony I Bake! apportionment by congressional :
Church humanitarian Ideal I Fair
Blackberries/ A Go GoIt's district and the Su- people of our rural and thinly County
making his! second bid\ foi .'
8th-Claude M. ( Red ) Rep Hnntluy. Incumbent I populated ureius must, have

FridaIarch:\ 2;) Franks. Mallory[ Home, George commission scat, based his Itrer liuMtit never HUM u lirlar "iit""h like I| vote edict takes the
tire speech on needs promi' tan to oni- | away I at the Coun-
I Lewis II. pointed l to his efforts to Duvis. attended, the public planning a booth
.> to 7 P.M. Ing he wajli:: : recognize analyze I this I ,innat. t the \\'. .\. :Ntern Iiome. ,on I I'. S. :KOI)I "s'.I, ii. Mrs.t checks and balances system Fair and Strawberry Festival -
25th-Ed Peck John G. Barrow aid 1 education In the last sc.sslon I schools of Gudsden County and i I ty

Cecil A. Kennedy, James and attempt to satis.'y!! : Mt t<' is plc-tureil" between, rows I., the oiii-liiiteii, l-'lorlgrund. .. of the legislature Huntley I from state governments. graduated from the University March 30 to April 2,

K. Joanos. Sen. Harry O. "our common.: nf''liints' I she .set out. j just .it I Illllo t IIMTit IIIIH served In one regular .'John. is opposed for the of Florida with degree In I Persons! visiting the booth will

This Space: Contributed Stratton, Sam Teague Jim with the other commtisloneis 3eir: itKi lit. I I'eremlier of I 11X11. o>nd three xpei-lal. sessions. of fifth senatorial' district post by I' agriculture and law He In a be given the opportunity to

Weekly to Publicize Holley and Robert F. Monroe.Thats to solve them." Nalil, tu lie t 1ii- finest III t the. ('''iiliily.I t..lnliixiirloii. ... Imshes the HOII.SH. lie! Halt:! he offrn Sen. "Red" Cram of Alachua I former state president! of Future register! for prize to be given

EnnUi )by Murrhee received by far the I In I County and Hal A. Davlu i away on the Wt day of the
Community experienced! leadership ale Farmers of America. and I
all there Is to It- i lire ttliitellh liliiuiit" mid,,' itln-ady liu e it hiunH-r, |' i-rop urI
ONE candidate each most response however wh-'ti, I ;iHlatura that will be composed Quincy attorney. Johns. Is In also served as. national vice fair.
of .
from ,Miiiull h.-rrh. ..
The Community I' he told the Clay Hill\ crowd I jf'onstrleriihlff j of 7O per cent freshmen one of four rut-en in the 21 president of that organization.\ | The winner will be awarded
the four group*-3th, 6th. 8th I I ) I"..-"....f lr. lilitl" 'herry /tiit-tntt| 11404 to..e"h. I I ) i-ertlncate on a
'prf I trill
$3.0'
"I Won't let vmi 1 flown. bo, in-<- > f t tlv P"V r'.jppor ( 'ntjtmty ?ivi t CongrniMlon.it;; Pis- .... .. a
State Bank and 2Vh, or 11 total of foul . ..... ..... .. .... } H )!I.! -II h hi ;=: "' 'ife .
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Mr. and Mrs L. H Lewis of Mr and Mrs. John Greene Board. It Is estimated.. a. new late lequests had to be turned

iXI Wilmington. Dela. spent the were in Montlcello over the facility built to Athletic: Director down. With two new buildings! Trickery Used In Theft Story Hour

I Q flint of the week with Co!. weekend visiting her parents David Horse's Hpeclilcallona added to the fair complex

and:! Mrs T. T. Long. Mr. and Mrc H. L. Chancey.Mr. would tout $50,000 to since last spring this years Of $495 From Grocery HereA Story Hour will be held it!

Mrs. R. F DemoreM; is a and Mrs. J. R. Weldonof $60.000. event will truly bf "bigger nnd the Public Library ThursdajJMarch

GLADYS MOOTY patient in Riverside Hospital.W. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Salurlf-4- better than ever." Novak raid. ruse which distracted the It la thought that two Nero! \ W. B. Scogglns 31.! at 3:30:will p.be m.story Mu
II. Williams and daughters W. Weldo.i Lake City Casey also theBoard '
Phone 964-0651 A. presented Midway attractions wl.l: be clerk at Edward's Groceries St j women too: the money from teller.
I of Cordele. Ga werc and Miss Maltha Weldon of with a copy of Alachua provided by DelH\E'ler\ Show'. Meats cost $495 Tuesday: afternoon under the counter and the All children between the
Sunday visitors of Mr. and t the St. Vincent's Hospital County's newly approved teacher ,
according to the BradregIster In the time
brief a
8-9 are Invited to
Mrs. E.D. Tenly.Mr. schedule under ages( attendj:
the weekend -
staff salary
Mr and Mrs E. J. Schwab Drew Readiih* of Staike and nurses spent! Medicare ford County Sheriff's Dcp and: Mrs W. W. Hood with their mother Mrs which beginning teachets start .
and daughter Anna Rut.i.. atMerjlti Edwards occupied In helping
Bill Beam of Heightsare
Keystone : and Mr. and Mrs.. E. L. Matthews Island spent Uie In.. Cleveland. Ohio from Being sjnaht are four Ne- them search for a Item. According BAKE SALE
of Mr. and salariesare Applications
were guests Pvt. Lamm- WlllUrns of starting
weekend with Mrs\ A. W. An MonJay;! to Friday attendingan rroes who are thought to have :! to Deputy Brown: thecooperatt"d
Mrs. T. H. Slade at Ocean | ]Fort Jackson S. C. has been $4.500) at present and The Little Women's Cl\tS]
dersonMr< engineering conference for in drawing Mrs. : ruse has gotten to be a common \
Reef over the weekend. tiansferred' to UcrdcmOa that neighboring county Available
Camp ; every will hold a bake sale
Jack Edward Saturdaj
: and Mrs. C. A. llewctt! DuPont. away from the I one in small thefts.
Mis F. F. Stum and MissLJlllan home for the In l above Bradford now.
: He was morning starting at 9 liil
and daULIY., Cindy. of Chat- cash register; just before tht Na a. m
Students home from Thurs- trace of the suspects
Stump spent Saturday "I think that "magic flguie"of
ta.hcwJi \\pie visltnlg Mr weekend. Postmaster T C H.izan.,= Jr I store was to close for the had front of Carova's Drug Store.]
day to Monday from college been found late
night; \\Ith :Mr an.1! Mrs W 11 D.: and :Mrs F. E B0111nl1'1' ;- $5,000 ought to come In I Tuesday
and Mi' Bryan Erwin over were Janet Hardy and John innounces that application; afternoon. Deputy Sheriff A. afternoon.niun .
Thomson In Montlcello and here to teachers in
57th wedding keep -
their
celebrate.! grocel'Y :g;. I
the 'o1''kenl.MIII.1 I 'unks for supplemental Med- Brown said.
of
Adams from the University
then went on to OchlochneeOn anniversary! last Thursday money for the first three -4
Sue Moil Is attended a -nri/ benefits are available at '
Georgia and Bill Edward ind
: Sunday to visit :Mr. nvl at fa-nily dinner with years," Casey said. "He'H
a
Youth Week Planning Con- Ken Thomas from the University the service counters of lhft.II1.lte 'p'!.(> U'FF.'U: i of Bradford. County, Florida. r..
!Mrs.\ John W. Griffin for the DI'. Bind Mrs H. 0. BJ1ln1.er.Mr. (Alachua Co. Supt Tiny Tal- office In Irvnlt ( ....rl. 'llrnilrurtl' approval of Mini final ,
the Methodist
fen nre it I post returr "
of South Georgia. week. bot) to for teachers County, Plorlilui' In I =Nntlrt" In hereby glen that .
and Mrs A. N. Holll got compete hnn'rg'n. and for an order of rilntrlbutlnn. |
Youth. In Leesburg The application blanks are .,.. I I ,luivo filed. '
!! cumu over Ben Allen III and two 'v-- \n: 1 1-1,21:" my final return HI- and for final .
dlHchurK
Mrs Mabel Bess of Lak In the toughest way n HHV-
and daughter. Hope spent
day :: ,
being mae available the VVnlti' S. C', pxenulrlx of the pntati' nf UohM -
't'ckend11 as! r !
thi \\ t'r FMnlntirrVh rtnrlx' of the III
chats from Gainesville utt nd- t" nf r."bp"l
\ anl Mrs. R. E. Patter City. Mrs. Irene Pulwooi: of the weekend in Hattlestmig> and we have too. Casey Raid Social, Security Administration Kuill, K ('11""It'.i'" I>< f"*mlhll1Norii'i 1 KHrntiril' Mn\',i.i'. d.>. eiiMeilthin ,. Hi-rnnnl Sn>ili-r iln....aiii, > ed the American Motorcycle: I' Palatka and William Mitchellof :Miss vh.lt.nif, &; their !son Arthur he won't ask for a local salary ; : TO .M'l'KAIt I hnv. fili-il, III.%' pitltlonror Thin Miir."!h I 1H, IHi.i':'!.
sin.l Jr and family were in se-ks to contact 3.1 mil- fllHtrlliutloii'' iinil for final)
Association races at the International Tu Kiinn l 1C rricT.. 4'i Rita H. Snvd-r
the Lake VA Hospital increase before dou'igsome .
City .
Columbus. Miss. last wet'kendvlsltinv Speedway in Day- at William-Carey: College. Ion senior cltl/ens before aMarch Smith Aflfinliu} I AviMlUi, I otmorn. JiHi'hfirM' (:! iinil' that on .\i>rl) I IHI'ldH 4. RIta H SnydVr Hxncutrlx17
\\ere admitted to the Staike Miss: Chr) Mr and Mrs.: Patter- tona Beach last weekend. 31 deadline Imposed: by will, apply tn the H'nomliliThnron .. 2l 4l 4,17
Nursing Home this wwk. was vKlllnn her with some of the local You nr- h..lIy nuliriiil I Mini' I
i.m si and Mr. and Mrs: John Stephen O. Denmark Jr.. a teachers. the Medicare law. a wilt t tm.,. Dlvi'I'd.'' hiiK b>...n Si I..i iCiturt ,\. Yliwn ,''',"I1IV .1 linlMc..
The Cadet and Junior CJlrlScouts \ brother-in-law and sister. Dr. ,....... ... .,
Rainwater President: Johnson has pro- I 1I1I1L1n"I v"II In .h. .I .un.....
cadet at Gordon Military College -
are attending the Ten and Mrs. D. W. Whiffrn over ; anil I t.aiine -a.i.;;; you., ur
Robert S Pearce of AshvUle In Barnesvllle Ga.. has Show at the Coliseum nnd the weekend before going to JohnsAnnounces "lalmed March as National" t r' .rvo a i..pv oftu To My Friends Of Bradford County:
N C -pent last week -with his Charley Medicare Enrollment Month. I
been promoted to the rank of visiting the Cummer Museum an.wer or Iilendlnir to the i'oni
has
wher" she accepted
.jmi'nt1. Mr and Mrs. L. F. Lance Corporal in the ROTC ,, Miami He urged all federal agencies ,.I"ln..n. tho Pluintirfx At
,
of Art in Jacksonville Satur- a position as airline; steward I tnrtifv' Iffiti' rjeorK'* I II.I Plt-n et
Smith sad all citizens to cooperateIn THIS IS TO ANNOUNCEMY
unit at the school. day afternoon. '. 0. r>rnwi ,r Old, Stark.
\Tl Cora lin Gilbert or Mr. and! Mrs. Wsn-le'l' essMr enrolling! senior citl/ens in Tin. and rile the original. I Ithfl I""
Mike Smith spent the weekend and Mrs! Steve Simmons office. of I tint I I'lcik) ( CANDIDACY FOIl REELECTION '
Pltsto! n. N J. Is viistlnir :ATl\ Moody of Jacksonville were For SenateContinued 'he progiam ( th
with his (grandparents and dlu'fhtl'r.'hm'cen., ('Irr"It ("..ur. on or hefoiM. t'i'
and MifV II. Nollman for Sunday visitors of Mr. and Initially some 2'i million 4th ilay .r.f April, I tItle\. ixloruicthft ,'
:Mr. and Mrs Jerry Bolden. In 11 of :Miami ", ere visiting! Mr. A S YOUR '
M'veral days Mrs. GUY Andrews. application! blanks were distributed allPKHtlnnii of sill ('otn
Opalocka and they went I and !Mis Lie Chambers over { from One I
Page ..
plaint will I hi tukrn
Misses Jean to nearly 34.000 main irml
Mundy finD '
Mrs. Batty May and daughter. I' COUNTY
COMMISSIONER: :\
camping! the Keys the: weekend ,-..ml liv you
.
Frances Cannon of Tallahassee : Melody. of St. George S. Mrs W. T. Jackson and 1 and Labor and Industry (education. : post offices throughout the 50 Thin notice shall bn. publish .

!! sp nt the weekend with C. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. children attended! church with Philip:: Cronkhite the j Public Schools and Junior states Additional forms are ''ii..H .......hM'i'k. ) for Tom' ionic I FROM! DISTRICT, SUBJECT
daughter Gale attended
Mrs W B. Mundy at Kinfrsley Robert Barksdale over the Colleges, Pensions and available as needed:! i tit lv. woi,'k-. I In the' I Itrmlfor." 1
:Mr and Mrs A. 0 Loudon Sr funeral of Mrs Bessie l''mint | |
Myers \ 'I.HKI' I'uitI.) | TO TilE DEMOCRATIC
; ( Public Roads and Through dtiert mailing and : -
LakeMr weekend. In Keystone Heights on Sunday I in Tampa lust Friday. Claims < I 110..1 'title ?th ilny of M l.irlI 1 1I
and Mm.- :Barney McRae Mr. and Mrs! J B. Golsnn Highways State Institutions other! means the Social Security I HilI'I'\
and all ramp back to :Mr: and:! :Mrs. J. G Moycr of, I Isl-:.\ I I PRIMARY:\ { ON MAY :J.
and Mrs. and Insurance Administration hn.s had
Betty Crawford!
: of Ol'een.vood were last Wednesday !: Temperance Welfare :;:
Starke for dinner and the .., I
:Mandarin visited :Mr. and Mrs. JJI''t.\: I 1' 'ttIt'
children were Wednesday and Thursday guesti afternoon. Constitutional Amendments contact with 16 of the 19 1 Cli-rk. of "il"I, ('Irciill ,',.''ar'' I
F. W. Strlelland
evening dinner guests of Dr. of Mr. and! Mrs. E. Bryan Mr. and Afrs L. E Jordan ofOvleda Mr. and M-s! on Alvin Sunday Fair anti Governmental Reorganization million l'ltl1f'nwho will be Hy, !i..u'anJ .MIMUI '.. .). I I would like to say at this: time that I am in favor
and Mrs Barney McRae Jr. In Erwln. Public Health 65 or over on July 1. Of the 16 I'*-|1'111\ i"I..rk) I Ialo of building our new county: courthouse on H-
and Harold Jordan of present -
and dau htei. Carol. and Mrs ft t ::1/11'!
Lake City :Mr and Mrs. Albert Ben- Public Utilities Water Resources million who replied less than site
or close the
as
to
Orlando spent the weekend Wayne Farr were in Fort Ben- present site a.s: possible.
Mr and Mrs. Crosby H. finger of Fort Pierce were recent Development and Conservation me million said they did not In ''I'hfl 4 ..lIn--; .luilurr'M:; (''''fr' IllrlMlfnril I I believe
with Mrs Carrie Rltch and:! nlng. this is to the best interest and
Ga. over the weekenvl '. I protection
Dflwklns and daughter Jan- vlslto.;'., of Mr. and Mrs and Rules and Cal- want to sign up for the supplemental >- 4 illilt> Kliirliln' I
of
MRs! Annie DarbY.Mr. el Itof Jncksonvllle were vlsitIni W R. Richardson. and Mrs. accrue Mo- nnd:! Mrs Keith Reeve' endar. prom am. lt.': R-.i a it t.- ,.' ')",,,., : ripinanl I been carrying the tax load of the
? Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- Mr and Mrs. E. W. HIVP-, Daniel of Tallahassee! were and "Beenuse of the short time The supplemental program Snlir, I III" "<"I.IHIIJSotlti county for many
son of Winter Park
man on Saturday. were in Miami from Friday to spen low remaining heroic the :May costs $3 a month and provide : ; IIr> KlllllK fi-titi.in. !I". years.I .
.
visiting :Mr and Mrs. Ben
the werken'l with Mr. an' h'lnal, I IIIMI' ,' ( I ii: miI
!Mr and Mis doctor bill iinrK'"f(
Bobby Craw- Monday vUitlng" Mr. and 1\.11'5\ 1 Primary it will be Impossible and other benefits
Rowland the -weekend.
over Mrs. N. L. Woodburn. I Will
ford have moved to Providence W. E. Kayos. for me to personally see Everyone 65 and over Is eligible Appreciate Your Continued
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin :Mrs. J.
R. Kite
of Starki
to live with his mother. Mrs. Mrs. E W Lott of Winter everyone In the 6th Senatorial for basic hospital bene- Vote
Moon of Poland. N. Y. are 65 before 1966 and Support
nnd Mr. an.Mrs.\ R. K. Van face a two yea
Silas CrawfoniOlen : District. You be assured fits under Medicare.A .
Park is
a guest of Mr. and may
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Camp of Tampa attended th" delay if they do not .
Reddish and Charles Mrs. W. B. Sewell for several I shall always endeavor to copy of the application
Kimmons for two weeks. Alumni Barbecue at of by March 31. The apPI.caUoJforms
U. F. ;
Drake of Decatur Ala. all of the in "
were I represent people blank -Msplayed on the lob- JESSIE R. CHASTAINPd.
days.Mr. !Mr and Mrs. F. V. Herlon1?) on Saturday. are preaddressed to th
Fildav overnight Quests of the 2nd Congressional District
and Mrs. diaries Ham- '! and son of Jacksonville wp1'e Sammy Warren In StVlncent's by bulletin board of the Social Security Adminustiatioi I
was .
Sheriff and Mrs: P. D. Reddish and promise to show no partiality Starke
mond of Detroit, Mich and | post office
visiting Mr. and
Mrs.
W. F. in Baltimore.
i Hospital last week Md. j Pol. Adv.
MichiPl Reddl'h of between the 2.1 counties.
FSU Mr. and Mrs. George Gang of Senior
i Heronsr! on Sunday. I IMr for surgery. citizens who reached I II
wa.s also home for Hie weekend Umatllla visitors Among my affiliations are:
were recent
I and Mrq. Jumps Hol- | MI'. and Mrs. Philip Cronk I ...
*j of Mr\ and Mrs Al Hartmann :Mason> Elk, Shrlner Starke
Ingsworth II
and son of Mont- hite attended the National
Shrine Club Bradford-Clay
i uomery. Ala spent the weekend Market Managers
convention
Realtors Assn., Bradford
with their parents. ]Mr 'n Boston. Mass, from Sundayto FLORIDA
County Farm Bureau
Elect anj Mrs J. F HolllnRSworth ThursdayMiss Bradford l County ? 1
and Mr and Mrs. Resale st.u'ke-I
J. M. Th"mas Vv '". IM.TS B/ ti Daane of Gainesville and Mrs. Agents Commerce Assn.Florida, Florida PEST SPECIAlS

!Mrs Margaret Jackson was 'I, with\ :: the BraJford CountyI
"BUCK" NORMAN Ranch Woodmen of the
In Ocala Saturday visiting M" I l lra! i Board on Tuesday World Order
of Railway Con- CONTROL
and Mrs. \Morris Jackson. afternoon. ___"'D __ __,
ductors und Brakemen Order I J
Mrs! Ray Ooldwire and son Mrs Louise
Berry andoIl'S: of Railway Trainmen associate -

of Snake Cay. Great A'oirc D M. Heui: of Fort" Lauder- member of Florida Education ... ......... .. .. ,
Ip .
J Island Bahama.' Is spendim1 dale are veiling Mr. and :Mi's. Aasn, and member, of the } ... 1L:7.: .-t.: '''.1.'I'-; '' '''...,.
t. :k CountyCommissioner this week with Mr. and Mrs J S. Sapp for several weeks. First Baptist Church of GROTONESuperSpecial

Gilbert Goldwire.Mrs. Pvt. Johnny: Johnson' of Starke.

Shi Smith was visiting! Fort Jackson. S. C.? Is l h.ima ffir FERTILIZER PELLETS I
''ifr son-in-law and dauahterMr two weeks ICfveaft ;.---completing I ,

and Mrs. Louis Chaff Jr eight weeks basic' County Fair r a' .

0 In New Orleans. La. las! training after which he will \ The First Nine Customers!

week report to Fort Gordon Ga To Open \'s' liuying At Least 10 CYCLONE SPREADER
District 2 Local admittances to Bradford ,

:! County Hospital this Wednesday !
PhosphateMine ROSE BUSHES
County-Al-Large week include Mrs. Susie Pre-

'.'att. Mrs Marv Jane Reddish I ;s S25-45.$
Hopeful (Continued From Page On*) At the $1.59 PriceMay
ind Henry Allen\ of Lnwtey:

: YoungQualified :Mrs Elva Martin of Waldo: cents for children 12 or under! Buy A

Mrs Lore Owslev of Keystone (Continued from Page One] Beauty Pageant contestant: '

: Heights: Mrs Luclnd Perry be reached will have a busy day with a We Will Spread Your
'h. ,, Peter Rnffonv and Glenn E. 18 months, for the another 12 to luncheon at Holiday Inn at :, TREE ROSE Grow-Tone Fertilizer
speaker said
:Mclntosh of Hampton: Rocky Following his 12:30: : elimination contests at. t For $1.00 Per Bag
talk Sowers!
For
Dale Walls of Maxvllle: Den- showed 3 p. rn : A contestants' dinner $3.98 J

Impartial nis W. 01 Itch. :Mrs. Arrle. TBrownina. film on the an interesting of color at 6 p. m.; finals at 7:30: :and _ _ _
process miningphosphata : I

: 4 Reliable Mrs. Gloria' : Marie Anthony Starling.Hirrls.: ilcnlture and and Industry.its uses He In was ag- the Ball annual I lAmeiican Strawberry Legion: Qupen'1-Hull I (:Note' Tree Ro ex Untagged) I We Have A Full Supply Of I ,

.. Boyd W SHler! Alan Johns .
starting at 10.Saturday
accompanied NEW WEED
Mrs Kettle A. GRO-TONE_
.. Wood and I
by Gall Moulton Jr., district Windup AND
Son of Mr. Glenn E McIntosh all of geologist with Kerr-McGee.: A Talent Show at 2:30: p. TI. FEED
and Mrs. H. L. (Levy) Nor- Starke. The speaker WOK Introduced( Saturday will be held In the I I 22 I.h. Hag Coders! 2.500 Square Feet

:: man. Grandson of the late F. M. (Tobe) the Mrs V. J. Spensler; attended' i by H. H. Everett of Florida I show arena with Ranger( Hal lOSES I We Have
Gateway Council 011'11| Hydrocarbons and president of Channel' 4 TV as master of Spreaders For Rent

: Norman. Grandson of the late J. M. Srwt board mc'etlnn, at the
:- Hivden Burns Library In Authority contest t Is scheduled for 5 p. 50 --HALF DAY
(Middleton) Rosier, former County Jacksonville Inst T11Ursday.I I m. and a tiding: exhibition i ov

:MiJ. L Stlth and chil- the Marion County She.iff-
; Commissioner Board
of the Orders
Lawtey Area. Iron of Vntdosta. Ga. spent I Posse at 6:30.: The Lake Butler I SEED ORTHO GARDEN SPRAYS

Paid t tin) weekend with her parents Addition Riding! Club will stage a Horse tJ EVERYTHING

Political Artv) Mr and l Mr. L. F Dinkins. I Frolics with vailed events at '. *NS V* <'" ... .
.
.. 7:30: with an entry fee of $1 ,-J rf FOR YOUR __ ____ __.... I --- d- S .... .- W"

(Continued from Page Onel for contestants.

... of the There Is no admission, GARDEN Special This Weekend
airconditioning.With Only
charge for f
any events on Saturday -
live cl:issrooms' added,
other! than the usual "

I. *O11EWN Starke total Elementary of 23 and will the\ havea new 'admission to the fairgrounds. !:1 59C

looms at Soiithslde will\ make Memberships : AZALEAS Bl::

It a 22 room school--maximum Membership cards for the _

size for both.Several Bradford County Fair Associa III ._..

.. -. other topics were tion are 01sale at all foul' I:

---.--- .,.... discussed! by Supt. Casey Including ] local drug stores. Membership ..
the proposed new field I fee Is SI for adults and 50

'- house for the Bradford High cents for students. The mem- \&

.,...... -I. ,) Athletic Department and tea- I bership card:! serves as' a sea- -. GARDEN
cher salaries.: son pass to the fairgrounds, PLOWS $14.49

I; 1IalZ ; \ FLO11TRNSTARKE New ''-ldholll'o allowing the holder to( visit the Camellias $$1.90Gardenias

/ Supt. Casey told tho Board I fair as many times as desired Easy StartJACOBSEN ''

he was not recommending; without paying admission at LAWN RAKES 98c
-.. that a new field house be built i the gate.

but an id the present one Is inadequate P. J Novak 1965 Fair manager And Up 75c

.:. PLAZA and tne ser ny -'I has announced that all

tem in mechanically poor con exhibit space. both commercial
dition. Raw sewerage sometimes and educational has been LAWNMOWERS Red Wood Planters Fiber Boxwood

backs up into It, he said : subscribed and that several 75c
and
Friday
Saturday, March 25, 26 and has several) times this I. Glass Planters-Clay Pots Up''.

year. TilE BRADFORD

: 8:30: A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. Several board members COUNTY TELEGRAPH Viburnum
: chided Casey because an article GRASS I 49c I

In last week's Issue of Published every Thursday Try One! SEED _

: .. The Telegraph stated there Is at 138 W. Call St., '
CENTIA
a possibility construction on Starke Fla. 32091 SEEDCARPET GRASS Ligustrum t 49c
the Said house will begin before ARGENTINA:' BA!! .\- PENSACOLA IUHIA
E. L.
I FREE[ GiftsCome school Is out this term. Matthews editor and Up
"Tom. I'm publisher
glad you told us

". "t. Board about It:Member before H.it was A. Lawson built,*' I Second at class Starke postage Fla. paid ALL ANNUALS .- PER DOZEN sod


In and Look Around .. told Board the superintendent.Member Rodney I Subscription Rates:

.. Hall's motion that the architect In trade area: $3.50 per Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. I

draw sketches of the new year: $2.00 .lx months. J

facility according to plans Outside trade area: $4 00

given him by the athletic per year; $2.25: six months 539; EAST CALL STREET

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1 1I 1I I Beta Sigma Phi I Hospital Auxiliary I ,- -- ; r logy degree in Bible and Chris-

tian Education from the Ten-
I, Honors Rushees Plans ObservanceOf mssee Temple Schools of

At Lovely TeaThe 1 10th AnniversaryThe I Chattanooga.: She Is preuntlysect'etal'y

to Dr. Bob Gray

E'k's'! Club on North Bradford, County Hospital p.istor of Trinity Baptist
GLADYS :MOOTYPhone
T'mple Avenue was the setting Auxiliary mat! at the Church Jacksonville.!

for Beta Sigma Phi's Pre- Episcopal Parish House Monday : :Mr Whitehead is the son of

964-0651 feientlal; Tea on Sunday: afternoon night with ::1.11'. ". C. A I w ) Mr and :Mrs.\ A. B Whitehead

I : from 3 to 5 o'clock, honoring Knight presiding. i of Starke He is a graduate oi
New Officers | Alpha Delta Kappa the!" club's! rushees and: A letter was read from the I' Bradford I County High School

I aA, past sponsors and directors. Wllllston. Auxiliary thanking and is employed by the Stateat
Are Installed
I Elects Delegates I Arrangements! of spring the local auxiliary\ for the Ralford.

By Eastern StarNew I A. R. McRae andll's; Y flowers w-rj: used in decorating ( ..p help that was given to them A June 3 weidinj:! Is plan-
Mrs.
the party room. The ta during their visit here. This ned.

officers of Starke I O. E. Crosby were hostesses to table was covered with n e.. is a new hospital and they

Chapter N224., Order of Alpha Delta Kappa sorority white linen cloth an 1 centered have 96 Auxiliary members

. Eastern Star, were Installed! InImpressive members at the home of the with an arrangement of yel- The Northeast district meeting Steak Dinner

I ceiemoijl's! in the former Monday night low roses, the sorority flower of the AFHA will be held
j) Spring: flowers In shadesof For BHS Squads 1 1Jpiomc
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, Masonic! Temple last Pi-May: 1, Flankingthe centerpiece were in Palatka on Thursday< April
night purple and green; were used: silver candelabra with burnlm 21, at the Woman's' Club. Cof-
in for the meeting Johns and Dr. J. E.ncnirnif .
decorating yel'ow' tapers. Miss Louise .Y fee and registration at tho I
I Vema and: Vincent .lSl'lce The dining. table '! were hosts at steak
room was Memorial Hospital. a :!
Putnam
I served as Oand: Installing Officers centered with an arrangementof ; Stern punch presided bowl.Standing at the crystal March 26 is the tenth anni- I T yink-\Vhitehead dinner Wednesday night at
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I assisted bv Mary: Laura azaleas and fern. Anna Ruth Schwab In the receiving : r versary of the Bradford Coun Engagement ToldMr the Johns) Crystal! Lake turnin -
I Johnson Oran:! InitalUnn Mrs. F. J Pellunt! at --r home the BIIS
presided honoring
f Pins will be givento
line ,
I Is EngagedMr. were Mrs. Connie Clark 1. rb ty Hospital. ,
Marshal! : Jessie Mac Hicks.
the nuetinT.' and I football and basketball teams.
new byliwswere who have been
1 president: !Mrs. Meed Lewi employees and '11' Jam '' Tvlnk
Grand Installing CMaplstn! : adapted to meet the and Mrs. E. J, Schwabof vice president! : Mrs. F. E. with the. hospital for ten years, of Holland.! Mich announce
and Ima Williams Grand In-
changes in the International\ Merritt Island announcethe Overholsor, sponsor; ; and Mrs. ) and a tea will be given Kt 2 the engagement' of their
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stalling Organist.: By-laws. The chapter voted to engagement of their W. A. Stern, director. .- .. A. p.m. for employees !and auxiliary daughter. Jean, to Charles: K':: Quarterback ClubThe
The nmv onlc'rn1'1': send $25 now and $25 in the daughter, Anna Ruth to Thirty members and rush- .. ... members. ,
I Gladys Oiom.:! Worthy Ma- fall! to the Scholarship Houseat 'I Harry William Evans Jr., son ees called! during the appointed -it' The new officers selected by Whitehead of Starke Quarterback club will
tron: J. L. Gentry. Worthy FSU In Tallahassee.! of :Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kitchens hours. /"':' -::: : the nominating committed Miss Tylnk Is a itrnduate of m.'t t Monday March 28, at

Patront1Ictl: \ I'd Woociburn. Delegates! were elected to !'!, also of Merrltt. Island. :} were presented by Mrs.. Lnvon the Holland Hlrh,: School .m'' 7 30 p m. ni the City Recrea-

Associate Matron; N L. the convention and banquet to i :Miss. Schwab Is the granddaughter a Andrews: vice-president, :Mrs.. lerclved, a Bacheloi, oi Tneo- tion bulletins:

Woodburn Associate Patron; be held in Miami Beach in ]I!I of Mrs. A. W. Anderson Fashion Show Set w Bert McMains. : ; treasurer, Mis..

Dorothy Alvarez Secretary; April.At Sr. of Starke. George Brown; corresponding

Irma Buford. Treasurer: Wil'o' the conclusion of the! I The bi'hlo-clect Is a senior By Junior ClubA ';..r''t' ... secretary Mrs M.V.. Cress-i

, Mae\ Putnam Conductress! ; meeting a delightful social student Merrltt:\ Island High Is ar ler; recording secretary, Mrs. ;, !
I Gladys Edwards. A.mohte) hour was held. School where she Is a member Spring fashion show D M. Pater. I
Conductress: Cleo Harley, of the DCT Club of Flor- being; aponaore'l by the JuniorWoman's During the program Jack
Club Friday, March ati t'\ t
Chaplain; Louise Harden, St. Patrick's Day ida. She is employed in the 25, at 8 p.m. at the club house ) r r Trawick showed three films
Marshal: Katherine Sintile-! accounting department of the from the American Cancer So-
and is to the at
Dinner HeldSt. open public
tary Adah. Ruth Llndcs Cocoa Tribune ns a part of $1.00 admission.An I l ciety. I I
Ruth: Alleara' Mc-Rae, Esther; the school's distributive edu- Mrs. Carl ;Mathews' and her
added attraction duringthe
Edward's Catholic
Elsie Norman, Martha! : LtllicMorgan cation hostess committee nerved refreshments -i,
program.Mr. !! be local enter-
Church
held a covered dish eveningwill
Electa; Fronle Crews during the social
avails is a graduate tainment, door refreSh-
supper on St. Patrick's day prizes,
Warder: and Ernest Llncles,
Sentinel. March 17. In the Pariah Hall. of Tltuiville High School and ments, and a display of home ] Miss Williamson Weds Mr. GriffisIn hour

Following the ceremonies' Sam first Caruso prize of, a Jacksonvillewon color television was the U.inducted S, Army.No March. 16 into furnishings Proceeds for the evenln '* Hope Baptist Church Ceremony 'POOR BOT

refreshment were served daring r
I the social hour ; Jack Eaves of Starke date has been set for entertainment will go toward I Miss VonCllle!! Williamson as matron of honor in a floor beautiful four-

won second prize a transistor the wedding. fund the club's scholarship benefit 1 I became the bride of jeiuuie. 1 length/ (town of nile green velvet tiered the table wedding was a cake topped Knit Tops
I radio; and Kay Stefanellt of
Orlffls on Saturday evening/ end brocade taffeta. With miniature bride and
Plastic Notebook $2.30 at the Gainesville won third prize on Garden Club Jan. 22, in the Hope Baptist I this she wore a tiny pill\ box with groom.a On the other end was 4-; p Fashions

j TELEGRAPH. electric carving knife. Church, Theressa. Rev. Merle hat with a short veil of dark white '
Connie holding
To Meet Monday Chasteen an epergnette Newest Bagel
Packham performed the ceremony green net and carried a crescent !- and nlle greenminiature it l
I I I I snapdragons< ,
Has Birthday Party bouquet of dark green
In a
The Starke Garden Club carnations
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The bride is the daughterof Fimil!! of ivy
Come See Us In Our will meet Monday, March 28 mums sprays candelabra with three burning 2
Connie Chasteen celebratedher L V. Williamson and Mrs. and puffs of dark green net. attendant's
at 7:30: p. m. In St Mark'sEpiscopal nile green tapers. The 4 }
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eleventh birthday Friday Gladys Williamson!! of Key- :Miss Paulette Prevatt. Miss used to
with bouquets were
Palish house '
night with a slumber party stone Heights and the groomIs 'Paula. Prevatt, and MUs Ha- and E'l S,"' 'LIght-as-air ribbed
Mrs. R F. Young, Mrs. J. D. Mace f the bride's table
for nine girl friends. the son of Albert Griff chael Colndo served as bridal % 't knits the perfect f
Doyle and Mrs Garl Mathewsas punch tables. ,
NEW STORE hostesses. The girls had dinner, and and Mrs. Mildred! M. Grlffis of attendants In gowns! matching The two punch tables had -' 3v d top that goes with 1
the St. Patrick's Day theme Starke. 1 the honor attendant's, exceptIn ,.i"
Half I
The program will be devoted matching; cloths of lace over ( anything.
carried in the table
was out The altar of the church was dink green velvet. They also sleeves. White.
to a flower work shop In green linen and the punch
decorations. Games with prizes decorated with a sunburst arrangement matching 1'11box\ : \
Next Door wore surrounded! by black pink or
To Our Former preparation for the annual bowls were navy.
were played< during the eve- of while gladioli, net veils .
hats with dark <
Flower Show which will be green smilax and.::! Intersperse.! with Sizes S. M, L. *
j I ning and the girls were given pompoms and white Pugil and carried crescent bouquets ,
held 30 1. nine miniature carna-
Location April antf:! May green
Bikini caps as favors. mums, flanked on either:, side I of nile green PuBll mums, '
I Members are asked to bring tions. .
flowers and materials to work Following breakfast in the with double candelabras hold- sprays of Ivy and nile green Mrs. Royce Orlffls kept the FAMOUS
Ing tall burning tapers. Palms net puffs.
with.The I morning more games were were used with tiny preen Doyle Grlffls, twin brotherof bride's book. 7 'WRANGLER'F \
will! in the and Mrs. Merle Packham greeted -
executive board played carport
NEW HOME SPECIALDiamond I lights that cast a soft glow the groom served as best
meet at 7 m. preceding the |I yard. guests at the door and pre-
p. over the setting.! Candle board man and the ushers were receiving F-: Knee Pants
'meeting. sented them to the :
entwined with leather leaf :Matthew Oriffis, Robert bridal
line composed of the
fern and also holding burning Powell and Glenn WilliamsonDe.ni.se ,
YOUR CIf01CESolitaires DuPont Pension And Retirement white tapers were used across Her.sey, cousin of the and party and parents of the bride ,, f ft d

the choir rails, and family served flower girl Ina groom. 299
bride as Mrs.! Betty Breeden cut the
3 Plan Be Lib oral ized were marked "Ith! white
Over 2 $1 200 May pews .. of fern I floor( length gown; and hend- bride's cake and asfclsHnR in ..,
satin bows and .prays
I piece similar to the honor at- serving were Miss Kay Oar Western cut. trim

Caret Each A number of proposed changes more liberal minimum for- and pompoms! trnclnnt's and carried a small bett. Mrs. Tina Johnson Jackie filling knee pants of

in the DuPont Company's mula is $4 per year of service !Mrs Henry Green, organ- white lace basket filled with Heisey, and Mrs. Sandra Sanforized d e n i m.'
I ist. played nuptlnl nvislc as rose petals. !Mark Hersey served Tailored with front
Pension and Retirement Plan, plus 10 per cent of averan'-! Huff. I
including new company-paid monthly pay during the 10 the quests assembled: und accompanied as ringbearer.Mrs. After I spending: some time s s+?' zipper swing pock-,

survivor benefits and liberalized highest years. The basic for- Ernest Barnes Williamson 'hc.ge for with their guests the couple ets. Navy wheat.

Williams JewelryThank provision! for early voluntary mula continues to be 1.1 per soloist", who sane "The Voice her rinuBhter's wedding; a left on a short wedding trip 1 10 den, burgundy. I

retirement, were an- cent times average monthly that Breathed o'er Eden"" and 'hampnqrne beige lace dress, to South Florida after which: light blue or while. I

nounced yesterday bv C. R| pay for the highest 10 years "The Wedding: Prayer.. complemented( with a dusty they are residing Theressu.! Sizes 8 to 18. :

Hager. manager of the Iocs.' times years of service. Given In marriage by her pink carnation corsage. For traveling the bride chose a

Du Pont plant 5. Optional earlier paymentof father, the bride was lovely in Mrs Qrlffls. mother of the Navy blue sheath. dress with Girls' sizes 7 to 14 also available. I

You My Friends Hager said the company deferred or "vested" pensions a floor length gown of white groom was attired In a Navy matching accessories complemented wheat -
Navy or light blue ., ..__2.99 I
bridal 1 !satin'! with a bodice of -''''' ''''?
I would seek a favorable vote The proposed revision blue linen two piece suit and with a double pink I Ii
Of Bradford County from stockholders on an extensive would permit an employeewith Chantilly lace with a sabr tna wore a corsage of pale blue cymbidium orchid. I; i I II

revision of the pension: less than 30 years' i-erv- neckline and loner rallrv sleeves carnations.A !. The bride graduated from I

Words cannot express my deep program at the Du Pont an- Ice, who leaves the company terminating to points over reception WAR held in the Bradford High School In 1064

, ,,1 I appreciation for the confidence nual meeting In Wilmington for any reason after 15 yearsof the wrist. Her long veil was of Sunday school rooms adjoin- anj:! Is presently employed at

I, shown by you in giving me the April 11. Dii Pont first adopted service, to start receiving sheerest!!! illusion attached to a ''ng the church where clustersof W. R. Bratcher and Son: in CHARGEIT

nomination for School Board, a form't1 plan in 1904 to payments on a reduced:! basis double crown of tiny seed wedding bells! white bows Gainesville The groom I-l also \ I
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District 2, without oppositionin provide:! company-paid retire- after he reaches 60 Employees cu us. Sine tariled crescent ,, und streamers were used 1 a graduate of Bradford High
white
of
ment income for Its employees terminated with a"vested" bouquet cymbidlinn throughout at vantage points. School and is now employedat
the :May! primaries. I will orchid, stephanotis, Ivy anc
now numbering more right to a deferred The bride's:! table was cover- Wesley Paxon Co in
always be grateful for this than 100,000. It was one of pension will not be eligible tulle puffs. d I with a white lace cloth\ over Gainesville.

N, consideration on ;your part, and the earliest pension plans In. lor the new survivor benefit I Mrs. Patricia Welch served green linen and on one end of v (

will try to make you an even American industry. provision nor does the mini-

better School Board member I Highlights of the proposals:! mum pension formula applyin I

; in the future in order to war- Include; these cases. II I FOR EASTER

; rant your continued support. 1. New company-paid sur 6. The company also pro- 1
t vivor's benefits for the spous!, poses to extend the new survivor '
I minor children or parent, benefits program and I I' (
'J AND AFTERBoys' :
SINCERELY, whichever the employee has I the more !liberal minimum I i

specified The proposed benp.Ifit pension formula to current I

H. A. LAWSON would equal 40 per cent ;3f pensioners, where applicable. I y I Suits ; .4r 6r:

the pension an active em- Increases in present pensions t
IM Pol. Adv. ployee eligible for retirementwith based on the new formula are I

I pension could have received subject to a $25-a-month

I had he retired at the maximum.In 1099Smart
I
ELECTJames time of his death. Upon the addition to a favorable
retired vote from Du Pont stockholders
death of an employee
! the benefit adoption of the new planIs Ivy style In black
with pension! ouy- So
Merrily Bright blue or burgundy II
able to his specified survivor: subject to the company's
I C.WILKINSON would be 40 per cent of his attaining favorable rulings! / tailored Just like dad's.Sizes .

actual pension. This survivor from the :Internal Revenue Carp's Flattering 8 to 20. f

I protection, both before and Service.HOUSEHOLD. ,

STATE REPRESENTATIVE after retirement, and without r---

affecting the employee's own Flats For G

Bradford Clay Union Counties pension Is unusual In Amer-1, Spring ,

If F lean Industry. PESTS :
Age-37 2. Liberalized provisions for -.
early voluntary< retirement V ...'.. 399
v v'wa... h
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Under these provisions, eM- A '
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ployees may retire at 60 on 1 Dl.I ,... 3
wIlh' '
,A GraduateUnh'ersity Adjustable strap slyla T"j r .
full pension If they have 23 { c.l9Y'' '. -
,w of years of company service, instead genuine leather uppers. :
You'll adore> the> ctatila '
; Florida of 3O years as the present -I
Y tn plan requires. In addition design Stylish "Go. ..
employees would be eligible Go' heel love walk /

to retire on reduced In? so will '
Lifelong Resident sions between. 50 and pen-I you. Bane, black t\ JUNIOR BOYS'

e they have 25 years of service. or while. Size. /' / .;

The mandatory retirementage $ to 10. ,*J./I .. '

Occupation remains at 63. Phone Q Easter Suits

Cattle & Timber 3. An employee who is retried : 99 a '1'

p,4. :! for reasons of incap- 2 ,ttJDOf Li

ability would receive $90 1 964-3965 :" 599 699

FAIR monthly In addition to his ,,I'' Opening up {or spring,;. AND

pension until Social Security a clever fling with .u4

REPRESENTATION benefits apply-either reduce Florida pond side view; low : 1//J$ Solid colors or select
Old Age Social Security benefits '
cowboy lieel. Red, from contrasting coat II
FORLL or Social! Security disability Pest r
ton or while. Size* and pants eocpertly : -
I i: benefits I Control 5 to 10. I tailored. Size 3 to
4. A new minimum provision -
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) for computing the amount I II 7. I
III CHEMICAL CO. I
of monthly pensions. The r
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BHS Runners FindCompetition He Is In Starke each :Mondayand flock" Olrrnlt Court, ,
air: III lliiili: M 1. MnoiH',
In Conference Win/ Friday from 0:30: a. m. to Mm',i.v M HiiMmAiioin.iv .
11:30: a. m. at tho Welfare hn i I'liihiiirr
Office 7."l K:. I Kl'IIIHllV 1)uulevnrd I,
At Fletcher Tiiiiil'ii, -'. ""'I"ld., .
BHS Nine Edges Lake City 32A Tough RelaysBradford It.1: J'j

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NOTII: 114! 141111:11.11.11111: :
Hl-h I"Unnel'qot/ < 's. 11.Id lit I 1,1-::11-, .U.. ( IIMIIIIII '
:.. Into their toughest competition "- (' II''I'
,. NulUe. IM. IlI'r.to. l chit
hit but sman n sinel! : \ Kin n
of the Friday (it. '. THR RKillT POINT for the
season .
1..E Lilt UtIIl..I/lo" < liallt ,
base 11111'1'1'>n nnd.a\ tin i illy .
the annual Fletcher Relays at liuil' >". Murk, ">.r HiCli, nil'
scored l a run in+ t the bin nn Jacksonville "I'mirt uf. Uiiuirnril <'""lIt; way you write. ('(int In and
Ecach and were
of th;," ninth\ inning to yivi' 1.1.101"., Mill III, till.' Illl due 'Mll
good enough to place In three \l>rll. 1'iU'i!, iliiriiiic' HitLull I hclrct, your favorite KSfKR1IKOOK ; : -
Bradford IIMVs diamond mm events/ ''HIUIH, llf. Hull.I, Ill' till,' tllllllt ,tin''.I
a 3-2 < 'if' over lake ("t. s m A Tornado' quartet of Calvin .( Ib.i (.'ntiri! tn,"iiMi> i air Ijiiniriiiiji'i ," fiMirtiini. IH-II. TEI.CitAl'11. :-
\Mn first win of the sc'uson >iint\'. In tin e flt"I'. Si I n'1 l.i .
1 I Varne.i, David Shannon. Randy !IronIdtl.) oiCi-i' f..r. mill 1 mill "Ml .
Tuesday (,
Joyncr. ant Tony Lawson at lilll'll.,, uiitirt to. tin- '!
In their first conference Ii __ -I I nnd 1 lii'HI lil.lilcl. .r Tin < hl"-I'
__ ; almost won the dlstanc" mcdley I Ir ,
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gamr .and evening their recordat .11.\ lit ii 11 rll.i-il' |1'1'1'|IITU' '
4 relay but were edged l half 1 alt,"lull, ,'d) 'in lit. ad furl., "'ouiit 1) ]
I-l. tar Tornadoes' P< t
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Il 4 a second bv Jacksonville'sPaxon !l.'I.u.h1!. I ,. In ullrin
McLrod won his own ball- : ., I ., ,, Ui,,H, ,n, 1.l i "I' I tin-. \\i -t 1 %I"
The distance m-"dley:
gamP when his fly ball.tnt ?'r, ) wiFa u 10, ,,"I I ,III' 'till. U I Kl 'ly "( IIIlM I. I
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J'.Y combines a 440-yd. dash a ,14 "f CltHl: I.IIU tl V .u., ,",lllllIK I I"ill TimberVanted\
Joey Reese! home from thirdIn
pair of 220-vd. dashes and a "I'I.,1.,' I'lllt' 1)01l.. ( :. |>IIU< 'IIII "
the second of two extra In- .. .
half I I- 'nix 'In -M linn Jii 1'\\ o-.101|
mile run and the BHS::
nings.! It BHS's second Soiitli. llanuii. :!.' I lO.iMl. llniil Large or Small Tracts!
was +.. +. $F s 1v't "k t ., w runners turned In a time of r..'.ui I c..inns "l'I"ridN
extra Inning same In as mnnv' m 1 S ,, Competitionill briny
2419.: "r IMIIMUIIIII tn lluKiiiiil I'h') 11"* ol 1
stalls they were edcedl omits ".84YiY t(+1grsr s :5... ..w,'. r. "',or..J".III'" intiiiMl' in a i .,'xe't. more moneyContact
Varnes turned a 51 5 quarto: you
by Class AA Gainesville Kith .'nilliiK 'In .-"I'l, <'i.ml' I tin .I< s ."
Flat Imsciium Jory Hot'Kc KOOIIIH| the hursp hide from the dirt a* u Lake City mile hUt top time of the year I, ,.1,I uhli-h Mlil-SUUi'"' llnniiln > .

lat Friday m their opener> mini ftromiilt out In the Tornadortt' 3-'t win over the TlgerM Tuemluy In Ills first Shannon covered his 220 In I < a Kl trlilu .,..1'pnldtun." | <
Reese took first when he I PlaintiffH' Ulllli- .IIIIIH--
was hit by a pitch stole St>C- Florida Slur Conference contest of the HruHiin. The Tornuiloi-n wan in the bottom 235. Joyner his In 241. and ,, """tout" ami' HauliMiiili'iim' ., IIIKiifi J. M. CarterPhone
of l Lawson BHS's champion ', ln-r-mluntH' niul 'tin .d'->
ond and went to third the ninth on ii sacrifice fly by> Paul MrLfml Hhlcli Ncoreil Reetie.lev .
on an miler reeled off a 'very respectable kut, iiuiul'i'i, nf \vliii li .if :N? 752-2131:
overthrow to second. w r 1 I''-'1,1;|u.
It was pitcher Paul I 2:01,5: half mile. ltCrWy1 U',mi, ?n-< nihniiil. ,mil. ll". ul I II Lake City Fla.
cLeo.'s }lol\f'lIll1 icllcf B1IS drew bUng the man attempting to I hurled when he ran into trouble The
fifth .
Tornadoes placed , .
I1 ii ml MI'11 .t ml' limit :! game all the wa.v although lust blood In the fifth on two score from third to end the]I in the top or the eighth. In the shot-put! medley the ',. nt' .Man, li. I II iiii.HKAM 1 1'. O. Box 1 1.-55.S: :)

the win went to Char- I consecutive' walk und a simile; Inn Ing. Next: action for the diamond:! total distance! thrown by four I I |

I by Method which drove In the Shortstop Donald Falcon squad will be their first road i men. and the two mile relay, *t 'a, Ii i c Chill.H I .,\ | >.Ml" to, '

!I t first run, I kept the Toi undoes alive then game In Pnlatka at 7:30: Friday In which each man runs a et .

FLORIDATHEATRE 1 The Titers\ Hod It In the top I It with his two out single[ which night. half mile. I JOIN THE STAMPEDE) TO-

| of the sixth. for the first scored Grew Reddish from BUS Boa Score Junior Roger: Chllson, the ." "

time at 1-1 on a walk and second In the bottom of the AB R H top field man to date. tossed ., ,. WERRE'S STANDARD STATIONI

backLabacklIngle'* off Mc- rlxhth. Rddlsh made It to Sanderson 4 0 1 1AkridKe 1 the 12 pound bnll a respect .- 'r." ,) : t'I.\.
Lcod OHS then went ahead first as a hit batsmen and to able '', -
44'4' David Loper heavedIt ,, -'- : - - -
200 : :
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2-1 In the top of the eighth on second on a walk to Emmett Falcon 401 42'3", )Donald Falcon 40'- .:.: '':' I Jill) THIS CKKTII'K'XrK: : : iOOIt; "'01 l( UK)

Showtime--Weekdays 7 two walks by McLeod and two Akridge. 4" and Frank Hardy 35'- Field man and, sprinter linger I ( OhUson throws, the discus ritKK: .: :Mii'llSTS: (i.KKEN. : STAMPS:

Sunday 3:00.: Saturday 1 1FJur fielder's choices Howell put the Titters: flown Elder 3 0 1 11". Fnlron'n throw was amazing irt the Fletcher. Relays lust Frida)'. lie threw the discus 121 I'I.I'S lour ISeKill.ir/ Stamps| with I'lirfhitst of a Fill 1'1'|

Howell relieved McLeod who 1-2-3 in the top of the ninthon W. McLcod 300 since It was the first fort and, tim .shot put 4t'l", of 8 or "more (i.illims. of Gals Fr.-.
1vsATl1RU,1YMarch _. _
went to right field but still two ground> balls and a fly. Reese) 1 2 0 time he had ever entered a TUHK'S: : ST."NIJ.\KU STATION

25, 26 I stayed right In the middle of paving th.' way for the winnlm P. McLeod 3 0 1 track meet or thrown the shot. IIM Till (' 11'1'' "'' (loiMl) :M.irili I-il!* : !, !Wlifl! HH

Double Feature Program thin" With the bases loaded : Tornado run In the bottom Reddish: 2 1 0 The two-mile relay squad Tornadoes 3rd Enrollment Cards
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and only one TIAel' out. a short of the Inning. The victory turned in a time of 8:584: For Medicare
Douias: 2 0 0 tiring Coupons In Fur Redemption
fly IVII is hit to McLeod lie put Hou ell's\ record at 11. Gary McRae ran his half milt' In ConferenceGolf ;

The biggest bash in the caught! the ball and made n Mcl. od had allowed but throe Howell 1 0 0 in 2142.: William Scorrtlns: Must Be Signed - - -

good throw to the plate. dour hit. In the 7 2'3 Innings he Totals 26 3 4 had a 2:103.: Buddy Trauirk T TourneyTornado :IIIO 'JIMS C'KKTIKK'ATIC: : GOOD i FOR .XIH) KM: KAi'iiK

. history of show business! it 2200.: and Larry Henry a Everyone 65 or older who<< .; : MKIU'HNTS: : (iltNI'1'AII'S: : : :

. '.; ." ?...--. people If our children: are 2:138.: golfers placed gets! social security or railroad \\ Ilh A Liihrlcullon. and Oil C'liimito, 'r"lII-

=: The BIG BHSJunior" Hij" "' to rest as bedtime draws near. confronted with this problem.Regardless Although the BH"3 880.J third' behind Lake City and retirement benefits has received UKIUEK'S: STAMJAKI 1J STATION:\
] The air Is also clear of the
: :
'i of the Inlay Palatka In the Florida Star an enrollment card for the
way we loom did not place, littleDonald ,
problems that have been confronted San This Coupon Gard; :.Mitrih 1>-3I.I IU ili :aimFIND
'I feel about the role of medical Insurance part of
iJ.- society:: Falcon who had practiced Conference Tournament Fri
r.. I" duilng the day. It's a as an influencing factor upon but one day. health Insurance popularly .
22.5
ran a
', / x wholesome time to "talk" and. day.Palatka
,
f.: ( EY our child's behavior, the fact leir. He also broad Jumped won the Lake City known as -dicaie., according

; as parents, we would do well remains, that we. as parents, 20'5'i", lust three Inches off based event with a nine-ho'e' to John W. Spann. Jr :social :
1 to the attitude of the
', .rS develop can ''detect and discipline better the school record' the first score of 147 to the hometown security district manager:;: In

listener. It will help more than anyone else. time, he had ever tiled that. Tiger's 180 The Bradford Gainesville 'f G5orotder
tvicn realizes.As .
i one the When we as patents help' The 880 yd. relay quartet of High foursome was seven Many people have marked l tE':1:
patents vis! arc ones
l settle the problems confronting Bill Bflote. Joey! Reese Falcon strokes back of Lake City at the card signed their names
more closely affected by whatever :
-, our) children It makes for and Sandy Sanderson 187 while Live Oak trailed and returned it Others may still working?
troubles
rhildien. Tospend
our
". a few minutes each bettor family relations which turned in an improved time of with a team total of 194. have put the card aside. intending I

'Jlmrrrniploj will grow stronger with the 1:37.9.: Harry Hatcher was low man to make their decision OUT ABOUT
| night. just being helpful' could: i
passing years. The 440-yd.. relay team of for the Tornadoes with a 44, later. Spann suggested<
have a f.tr reaching InflUEnce Give it a try mom !and Belote Falcon Reese, and 1 David:! Sllcox had a 46. Bill that these people get In touch )i

Sometimes we are prone to dad. Chllson turned the Adams shot 48. and Flip with their social security offices ,
A kiss from mom or dad! is criticize social Instutlons suchas oval In
46,:5 seconds. i Graham SO. if they would like morn\ :
aU right at nlaht about :
I
the Church the school and MEDICARE
k bedtime especially This aim- other community agencies County Receives Venice 52.9: Lawson 532: I Oolf does not count In the information about health insurance I 1

j pie act of parental love has a blaming; them for failures I Racing Revenues Paul Knuffman. 54.8: and I I conference starndlnzs.! 'however I" '
; s Paul McCrary since St. Augustine! was If the enrollment card has ,
great deal of value. It brings/ which could have been avoided I 562. brought :
the family together at the Bradford County leccived the mile relay time down to I'not lepr'sented; been misplaced or lost the
if we were more alert In the Just about all people 65 and
over
close of day and opens> the matter of communicating with $53, OO In race track funds in 3:37.5.: The Tornadoes will meet social security office at 409 ,

door for a little "talk" whichIs our children. the March payment representing Next competition for the Orcen Cove Springs Friday at SW Second Avenue can provide (not only Wool security bcDclx'taiics)

always In order. Its equal. share with thlnclads will be tonight' at 3:30: p. in in till! final legular another. It is very Important -
1 Take the teenage drinking are eligible> for Medicare health insurance;
'llt Our youngsters need this problem for example. A kiss Florida's 66 other counties. the Lee Relays in Jackson season match. The Group to make a decision

opportunity occasionally: and good-night or a little chat Since the start of the cur- ville. Tournament, final event of Spann added. If you were 65 under social! security

more especially during the would reveal the te1te1scent\ \ rent season last November, the year. Is set Thul.sday.March or over January 1, }966, you I

early teenage period. Some- each county has received 31 In Jacksonville. All will have medical Insurance '

how when things are talked I of Information the devil's we brew.could With temperour this $177.000, an Increase of $23.- paid statewide in racing funds the Jacksonville schools will when the program starts onlyIf I If you were 65 before January f, 1966;

000 above the amount received since last November increase be represented plus Fernnn- you sign up by March 31. I''
about they are more readily actions and search for a an and have not signed get in touch
up,
understood I during the same period a year of almost SL'!> million dina, Lake City. Oieeii Cove. 1966
; solution. Its
Most of the frustrations and workable unfair to totally blame other very ago.Almost over the same period, a year Orange Park, Live Oak. and You may contact a social] I'I with your social! security officer '

anxieties of the day are laid I $12 million has been ago. BHS. security representative.here


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Plus Throe weight lifting recordsat In Bll'mln ?ham, Alabama has standing :- :: I I

Bradford High have been established two new marks Blue IovelDnvld: Shannon ant show wore KUro! E'KLc'l.' Mr fund; nrgtnlsivl' Journalism: -4'=-= -:-;:-::-- = __. -=="'= -

I broken and a fourth tied In this month. He lined 237"'<: 1.415! up 05; Eddie: Stanch 1 1.- iLubotiu: tfuggcatcd., getting class for following year: -

ind.-r. I !I recent weeks as Tornado pounds in the clean and Jerk 470. up 110; Jerry Glbbs 1,305.( community support for these
.
.:, i strongmen set new marks al- 2'a' above the old mark and up 135. money-making projects as the

rigger most faster than their coaches before the ink was dry on the Red Level [10 times bodyweight money will go toward the Bowling '
L I )'
i can keep up with them. books set another in the bench ] : Ronnie Tomlinion scholarship fund. 'I liiii'iin) : con% E Inc. I

: RORy.CAIHOUM I Mickey I The Bull I Agner.I press, breaking Bob Reaves' 1.360. up 135; Bill BE-Iote 1,231: A letter was received from Leagues

1ItIIEa..1rd11caR.aluueuauoultns. I the Tornadoes' outstanding I 1064 mark of 295: pounds witha up 101: Buddy Trawlck 1.130 Melbourne announcing the

I fullback who has stoned a raid: I lift of 207'a! pounds up 94; Wayne Blankenshlp 1.- Florida Association of Student (ll'( \':( ,\ """It IKII.us II

.1 I grant with Samford University: Tackle Jim. Godwin cnrlrd, 335, up 141 : Lea ton Morgan Council's. Convention to behold i

SUN., MON., TUES..' 13R; ;pounds, also In Mirrh 1.4.'0. III|> 110. Randy Joyner there April 14, in, and 16.l .\ii\fi': imriti.ix( : I

H bieakhi"! the 1984 record{ of I 1.340 up PI. and Bill Adjms Four Council members one I
27 29
March 2S. ,
The Tliur"iliNlRht;: Mixed!
_ .. 137 pounds( set' by a former 1.145 up 1 11J.; advisor and one exchange I j jI jI
301 Doubles met :March 17 and
T tackle Mike! Maruca, Junior Green Level ((8 times body student are allowed to attend
made plans unit, "C1'1111'>4 for
Roger Chlbon In February 'M eight 1: Plen. Gnann 993. up from each high school. Whileat I
fAft I the summer league: to bo culled -
/
"I lircssorl 215 pounds to match 135:;; Andy TWayton 1.360, up the Convention each individual
DRIVEINOpen Guys and Doll, ,, |
I Tom Gardner's 1064 record. 144. nnrl Allen! Crawford 1.125. will use his own judgmentIn : ;. '
I levels 125.Trawlck; the State At this time there arc I II J
Now completed Student
were up voting for
< ,4fE 7:00 teams in the lrii" iia. Kttiikc I :11'I
ft nil nil those lifting weights on BlnnkPiiNhlp. Morgan Council president A letter :

J A' I Show Timo 7:15: March 2, the first levels taken :: Adams, Gnajxn. and was also received from P. Lane 'Is equipped' for 111 I

r(: AfM1SS1ONAdullie Finrp Jani'.iry' 28. In the Crawford nil advanced one K. Yonge High School In teams. Any new teams wishIng -

1;:v .. "i.h .' i 75e MudenH! 60c month's period not a tingle color level daring the month. GaincHVillo announcing the to Join must do so. by I

i I Children Under 12 Free 'athlete failed to lift at !least The too five) men In the following "LciidcrHhlp Workshop" to be March 31.Teams .

U RICHIRD BURTON F'1 00 pounds more than he did six lifts are: held on April! 2. It wlU be will bowl twit u- "

1"UL. SAT., SUN. in January and several lifted Press: Chlkon); 195 Godwin from nine (o one. round and n banquet will he

11) '' I March 23: 26. 27 over 140 pounds more. But 195. Stand! 180. Mayton 170 As of now $200 for the held at the end of the season. il

THE SPY WHO r! I Triple Feature Program even so, Coach Tony Griffith and Joey Reese, 165. Hchool sign project has been COMMERCIAL; : LE.1G1'EClay 'II II
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I Electric 3 W. Ed-I
I In charge of the wclnht pro Bench Press: Godwin. 235.Stanctl received and the constructionof :

J p CAME IN FROM H: t BEAOT1TS! TIle pre rf gram says: 245, Cliilton 145. Joy it will begin In the near fu- momlson, 612. Starke "'totoI'IParts. Ready Mix Concrete i
aanon'I, I ture. 1: B. Nelson I'>.'H.
"Some boys have not Im- ner 235. and Blankenshlp 225. I
g THECOID" t: --- proved tiS much as we'd like. Clean b Jerk: Stancil 205: A committee was formed to Camp Blanding, 2; ft Hut-

f;........:,:.:..'1"p.p.-...'..... ...-...... .A. .."" ,' But by miking them increasethe odwln 205. ChlLson 205 May- set cedures up election for the rules and pro cheson 2; G. Rayburn 552 Starke, 31T.Terwillegar. Jaycees,
: _C .T'" _...... : r amount of weight theywork ton 195. and Morgan 195.CUI'I coming year.
-I -fL + J out with we will\ see they : Godwin 138. Shannon Members of this committeeare 3; It!. Elder: < NOW READY TO SERVE YOU

Wed neda.ThuM'day!' : David Penoyer 061. Gem Jewelry. 1: D. Bag-
lift more faster 13;>>>. Chllson: 125 Tomlinson Sylvia

March :30. 31: Complete levels were takenon 125 and Belote 121. Podd, JoAnn Thomas, and well 525. | Quality Concrete
Jimmy Douglas.The Draw-Tile 3V.: Koby, 507.1 *
just 13 boy this month because Dead Lift: Godwin 405.
Faulkner 1; V. Pcnoso, 512 |
G\ 5'D4RMi'tOR so are out for Chllson 370. Reese 370. Gibbs Student Council has
I ) 1 I many completed ,the following\ I Starke Lanes, 4; R. Brunt- Courteous Service
baseball and track and don'thave 365. and Shannon 365. pal
..u_.,,"__jmm (ThE GHOUL 114 SCHOOL) jects so far this year: Solved I! mett, 603. Independent Telephone i
Chilson )I
time to take the levels. Squat: 420 Godwin
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Plus Three of the 13 are in the 420 Shannon 390. Morgan crowded cafeteria problem; as- 0; G. Williams 490.SMP.I('I Efficient Equipment
signed lockers club Standings ((28 weeks) : :
blue level which means they 385. and St.incll: 370Bradford ; assigned I
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TaBOOSOfTHElAi'OHLT charters; construction of 71-41; Blanding;, 69-43: Terwillogar.
Girl On The Run are lifting; a total of nine handbooks 63-44; Clay Fast DeliveryrON'r1L1'TOR'S
; appointed news-
times their body weight In the I Ele.ctnc'l .
R6-53 Starke
High paper reporters; formed mot- ; Jaycees ;
) Plu five exercises they do each 32-60 Draw-Tito'
i I orcades to football games; setup Faulkner :
... day The first number after I' Student Council! arrangements for home- 51-131; ITC. 43-64; Starke ):
VINCENT PRICE s.tOla each name is the total and 4270. ; UIDS jl
Lanes AIMMlEflATKI
e : coming activities; handled allelr'tlonK I U illl illlPliO
the
second tne amount gained
Tuesday! 29. will be
Apr.
; school I
since January 28. By Jrrrl Mooty andlimo nlgrv project ;\ : ( i
91".3331
\ t the final I night for this league
'I presented! ) the social activities i I
CrlalkhlMThe ,
"': I Ij The gold !level 10 times I
a
'-t. All bowler asked to
resolution to the SchoolBoard : are come
- j NttSGN: i boy's body weightIs the ulti- Student Council meet- obtained) a -opy of theFlorida ,, early for a short meeting I Located In Starke Industrial ParkSTATE :

'" ..... mate goal all the athletes I with discussion i,1
10' : 'Ingopened a Association of Stu- I "
tIIuttco"- reach toward, but the blue I of their money shortage and dent Councils' constitution HO AD IOOA I ,
level la considered very out- l several ; I A Classified' Ad .In the TELEGRAPH : r
l money-malting project sent a holiday greeting to Viet I"

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Meeting Asked citizens: : and civic club leaders'! tion. Historical/ Gainesville SS Tonda Dixon j WJXT TelecastTo I to the Bradford County Hospital -
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have visited stores In Ueraldlne I
your Simmons, disturbing o and nom there h<> wa

Starke and asked your r.l'mI I I th*>. peace, $27.50 or To Open SaturdayFor Feature 6 I II anaiei red to the Unlvei..ur'

IOn TrashyLPublications agers to lemove undesirable five daysNew Society Plans MedicareThe Eligible As Gov. CandidatesThe of Florida Medical Centei 111ir-

publications from their newsstands -! ReddIsh said Alice Brown

Each: ( time we have 1 Fair BoothFinal soiUl security office in. Queen Entry six Florida gubernatorial -I repotted::! "he saw Merc( ham I

met with limited success and: Jones Oalneaville. will be open to the: candidates will be featured and Gran-ser arxuinx! and t IPS'' '1

Mayor R.'ndal Chitty has! generally for a short period of : plans for an exhibitat )public Saturday. :March 26,, Miss Tonda Dixon flri>t on "Joint Appearance.! ( 0.ung'r! had a kiiiie <3l? n

',W1'Itten the supervisors: of a time. Funeral HomeIn the Bradford{ County Fair uwiu 8U: a. in, until 4 :45 P. runner-up of th:! 1965( Noith a WJXT news* campaign speI -I er, lunvevei. denies that >ii, I I

{chain operation! whose local The Mayor saId he recently I next week! were made at a .. to affoid pel'Sunale 65 or Florida Strawberry' Quc'!n I clal remote telecast to be CUlli'd:: a knife. the depuvNO
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outlets have newstaiuU. 'e- visited one of the company's' KeystoneDeWitt meeting; of the Bradford over" an opportunity: to simi uo Tagtant. :row reigning as seen \VedneMIrlVhl''h, 30, nt Italj.I _

f questing an early conference local stores and bought: "a County Historical Society In for the medical Insurance part Queen since last year's! winner I'' 8 p.m. on Channel I. Jacksonville. -

[regarding the site of objectionable series of publications from the C. Jones, of the DeWitt the courthouse Tuesday after- 01 Jl-'cUcare.' jy.ni: W Spann! forfeltel t h 'V titleI hen she I ''INK: OK IMI.'NIION: 'lit :1 _

publications In newsstands that we consider noon. Jr, gjc.al security .:ibtrMmanager married In December has I The program will show the i 1I1'I.I"'IIn: I'll( '1'1'1"01"1 I l
C. Jones Funeral Home
Starke.. I' totally objectionable." ., ; The exhibit will portray a : : in Gainesville I said: been ruled elUlble to p.trtlicipate candidates as they participate .''*111',* 'IK I 111.'I" "\ 1 K..' i I I
has just construction I ,,, ., ,
completed ttnnntli'i i *
; In his letter. Mayor Chitty He added: "I feel your company of a beautiful new funeial I living room In the home of I today. The office! will also be In the 1963 Pan "ant in the 11th Biennial Convention -I ,"i.li"na of <'h.iiMi, .t o, ".', I Iif I.I I. .

Jald': "On repeated occasion has a responsibility Is[ I an early settler of Bradford cpen from 6:30: a. m. to 9:00: She has entered n. a con of the League of Women KlnrliM.i' I is ..r 1 I"i u II I ,,, I
(during t the past few months I our community and ta; the I home in Keystone Height, I County. All persons who would .. IIIiJl'ch: 28 throudh testant and will be sponsoredby Voters of Florida at the, Robert iiclHtt'r" with I ih,,.* i IIM" u i ,
I J along with public they serve to remove with open house scheduled for like to become membeia. OIl Meyer Hotel, Jacksonville. Irtult Court. In .mil ("r I .,I
other Interested thin weekend. March 31. the Slad> Oas Co. out" \ I i'onni.Ki,,,>"cin,..,i.i. in.t 'I.u I. ::0
I t and keep removed all objectionable I the Historical Society are invited ..UIIex..lalned that some Miss Dixon Is a CBE s'u-I Two segments will bo featured ',ipt\ of )IH..I'l it 1 [MI" MI.. ." ,
The public Is invited to visit to make application at the ,'" *>,,n.,.. ... t iof 0-
I materials from dent Bradford during hour-long
I YOUl'magazines the older folks work Monday: at County High ,..
new facility on Saturday, Ctmtral
EmplnYII't "tvIt
and book racks. the fair: booth. Also, all persons llircugh Friday and cannot rhool). Sla'' p Oas; also cm- I telecast one with formal presentations I .*.. lllulir Wll I ,
:March 26, from 10 a.m. to 7 i 0'i s tni ru'i
4: V AlfTO lirfL INC. "I would::! like for you to who know of documents (I'lt the social x-curity office ploys Miss DIxon I of I the "randidntes I III llllRllll-MII' Rt 41'' I I'. n''"I' ,
(MIDI kAROWAM) -AND SUrft* p.m.. and on Sunday, March[
meet with Ob'cene7a photographs, and other ItemsI and one with questions from Stark. PliirnlM. -
our : during' legulir! hou: ; w.lthiil'i Alt1.ughJISS! : Dixon; !has .
27 from 11 to lo( .
.' a.m. p. m. Mrn. ('Inr.-in' HI.J I i. I Irvntir
j I terlals Committee to discuss Dr. A C Holt, pnstor of the I Including antiques early farm !n<< tlne: from their JobsThe "'urned the title of the 1965 the audience I $1'1.' i "-si,," .., Plaza
0 this problem. I believe it tools, etc.) are asked to leave Democratic( candidates are Unit
: Church of Saturday! office hours will Queen she has not recel cd 'wuu.'rI I
Community Key- I ;
would be mutually this Information at the booth Governor Haydon Burns Sam I 1)1.:I, ll I 111.H 1 1111.I ,ll 1 I ,,1' U II. I
advantage'! :ilso) give people any of the benefit such as the .
stone will dedicatory young a .. .
Heights offer
a Historical \ I ll 1'IMI; I ll I -111 u I h" 1 I.I:" I.t I I Barber
ous to noli;! such a meetIng prayer Sunday afternoon so that the Society I chance to take older relatives $500 scholarship! given byBliuder's Foor. Robert 1 King High and a'. ''',''M 1.,1.' ,, Shop
to obtain these items Scott Kelly. Claude Kirk.;: Jr
immediately. may try I Fashion College or
at 3 o'clock. to the social security office Starke Plaza
:Mayor\ Chitty said yesterday: The new funeral home located for a permanent collection. : without losing time from work the $100 cash prize and other and Richard Muldrew. art Republican

that he hoped! such a conference on State Road 100()( in County Judge T. A. Yawn, I People. 65 tor over befo'e; pi'l7.es. candidates.Gambling THE RIGHT POINT for. 111nv Near S'innDIxleAndy
could be set up at fln president of the Society reported 1966 will have medical The first official duty of I
Keystone, will be officially openon Insurance ,\' ; you wrlt <>onip In uin Dobson
that Its charter and by-
early date.Mayor's. :Monday, :March 28. It isdesigned been and protection when It stain the 1933 Queen will be to meet Fray elect your favorite ESTER: :
laws have approved 11/1 July If with the Florida State Cabincl' : I Proprietor
; to serve "the lake / only they sign up BltOOK fountain IH-U. TKI.IGKAPIL
CourtThe o region" including the eastern the organization work is now by March 31. on Tuesday, April 5. to present! Sees 1 Injured YOUR' PATRONAGE
Dues being accepted -
completed. are
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portions of Bradford and Al- Social security beneficiaries -! the Governor and the Cabinet I APPRECIATED
the scale
achua Counties, end the wes- on following : have already received enrollment members each a flat of North Arrested _._._ .. --
Stark City Police Department active membership, $2; contributing Poi! Ida strawberries. Buford 15 I
I o tern portions of Clay' and Put- $5 cards In the mall. If .
repoited six arrests o nam. Jlr. and Mrs. H. S. Bur- membership ; they have lost their euros: I :Mitchell\ president of the I Io I,
during the week ending: sponsoring membership, (10; I A baseball ba'. wie-.fisd. i 1 in an 0
wed-I I dette formerly of Starke will they can !get another at the o Stnrkp Bradford County
nef>day. Heard in \ occupy an apartment on the sustaining membership (for Gainesville social security of- o Chamber of Commerce will argument o-er a pot In a rii' < I Political forum ,

Court Tuesday night were: premises.The groups or business firms), $50; fice. accompany the new Queen. game landed a Hampton Ne-
Joseph W. Jenkins, 29. Starke, and life membership $100. II I Cln-ule E Ora '
4,500 squat foot buildIng Other persons 65 or older: J. E. Tomlinson. chalrmin to man iser
la "What .... .. ...u think .l&. unlawful speed, $17.50 and 30 consists of a chapel family The group! voted to elect who want to sign up for medical of the Contestants Committee In the hospital with a fiac-

anwmy fflcti?" days probation. loom' office, selection temporary officers! to serve as insurance and have: never reports' that 18 to 20 contest- t tured skull on March 11. til" Featuring 1

What Makes\ You Think Alice Mae Birch. 21, Starke room, and living quarters for permanent officers, as follows Vice: applied for social secniltv' onto niv> (everted to he entered Bradford Sheriff's Department
T Yawn
Prices Aren't Right At public intoxication: and disorderly employees. It l la completelyair President A. ; benefits because they are In the Pageant which Is be- reported.
President E. L.. Matthews
D) & W KUILDERS conduct $55 or ten conditioned with a /five ton Secretary,, Mrs. Fremont Tol; working fulltlme or do net ingpoii.soied by the local Granger and four othei School Board Candidates

AND! SUPPLY days. heat pump that serves with les; Treasurer, C. M. Clark. have eno'iTh, social seem!t v Clvltan Club. one a white man have at!

Check With Us and SeeD Virginia W. BI'I man, 58 heating in the winter and A librarian-historian will be work credit to get benefit, Judges for the Pageant! been chaiBid with gambitnv! :

.. Richmond. Va., a iallura\ to I cooling in the summer. elected In the future. 'hould'\ get in touch with the have been announced. :Mrs. all are free on ball Deputy
; have vehicle under control, o Ben Hall of Starke super near nearest social security offl e. Rita Hllnd State Junior! Dolph H> Kllsn icpoitcd Alice SATURDAY MARCH 26
& W AuTO sPP1 NCUiLbI James Bloodworth was appointed ,
causing an accident, $12.50. vised construction of the new The Gainesville social security Chairman of International AlI Brown operator of Rnndyv
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41 C. INOWNLEI ST Harold R Hlgginbotham.: home Committee chairman of a Pro- office i is located 409 3W I fall I! for the Florida Federation Confection Room in Hamp'on
jects to outline
Lawtey failure to yield right different areas in which members -o 2nd Avenue. The telephone of Woman's Clubs Mrs. is charged with operating: a Hampton Elementary School
HAROWAJI I of way. causing an accident, number is 372-4308. Hand lives In Leesburif. Others gambling establishment] and L,
] : : CT .nilJJVl can work in exploringand I
$6.50 and 30 days probation. Firmer HandlingFor are adjutant General! HenryW. flee under $500 bond. I

301 C, CALL ST Christopher C. Chambers, compiling the early history McMillan: of the Florida Lel'oyIIcl''hant.:\ 43, his .
Juvenile of Bradford County.
PHONE 964-291 51, Starke failure to have \'!- National Ouard. St. Augustine wife, Leuwcnpr. 53. and Gan
hIde under control causing' Offenders Urged Committee were also appointed Packham of Keystone and Louie L Wainwright ger, all Negroes, and ThomaS \

an accident, 30 days PI'Ola-1 to explore the pos- Heights! ; William and Herbert Director of the State Prison Paladino are all under $75
sibility of obtaining the oldFlol'lda Packham of Jacksonville and '
I "The kid glove treatment System bonds. All five defendant. HAMBURGER SUPPERAdults
Bank at Starke build- George Parkham, Anchorage
doesn't work" in dealing! with were to appeal' in CountyJudge's
ing for HDP as a museum and Alaska
; one sister, Mrs. Ethel
Vote For and Elect Juvenile offenders because historical society headquar- Smith of Waldo: 27 grandchildren !- Troop 70 Attends Court on Plea Day to. I

most young hoods think to teis; and also to contact the and, 30 great-grand Scout CamporeeTwenty day. 75c Children 50c
themselves that they have out According to InformVHn .
County Commission for per children.
; Seeber D. Gooiliimn given to Deputy ReJdtihOiaiiBor
one over on
you. mission to store Items temporarily Funeral services were held ooya from four pa- Dessert Extra
This the two Merchants
the
was advice !given In an unused portionof At 4 pm. Wednesday In Hope trols of Boy Scant Troop 70
to a local committee investigating and Paladino were all gambling 0
''c YOUR the agricultural building Baptist Church nt Theressa attended the Aliichua District
Jinenlle problems in (old jail), With Charles Reese, minister Campoiee nt the Tyre farm in" a raid game callra, 0Spon'tored

Ld School Board Member the area at a meeting In the The next meeting of the Society of the Starke First Christian near Hillcrest last weekend "SwllI OrnnKer and the

courthouse last Thursday will be held Tuesday, Church, and Rev. Fred Dodd They were accompanied by Merchants' pot into an argument -'
DISTRICT 5 COUNTY AT LARGE night. The advice from over a pot. As a re-ul' By
i came April 12, at 4 p. m. In the officiating. Interment was in Scoutmaster David :Montgomery. -
one of a team of four State courthouse. All Interested tup! church Leroy Merchant hit Granger
persons
CONSCIENTIOUS FAin cemetery with De-
CAPABLE Prison inmates who are presenting In membership are Invited Witt C. Jones Funeral Home The bnys hIked a mile and over the head with a baseball! Hampton Elementary School PTA

their program "Op to attend this meeting. In charge. a half to the campsite with bat

Seeber It. Goodman eration Teenager" in schools Active pallbearers were Donald full packs. Deputy Reddish was called I 5:30
: to 7:00 P.M.
J I n the seenbut all except
rind churches throughout the from i
six
Rate Increases Lawrence. J. D, Qrlffls, Forty-one patrols \
IJ A Hardworking Successful Businessman state. Sidney Griffls, Ernest Trlest troops in the district took Granger had left, leaving the
"The courts and p uple infuneral AnnouncedBy James Davis, and. E. C. Cuen- part in the weekend activities. Injured man on the floor I Speaking Starts 7:00 P.M.STARKE'S .
...., Veteran-A Taxpayer A Family :Man (wife should tighten downon rift. The Flying Eagle patrol of bleeding from his ears and

and three! daughters.: ) th"se young; hoods the Postal Service Troop 202.) Qalnesvlllo! scored nose. The deputy took Grander

Inmate said "If had the highest number of '
someone points
Seeber I). Goodman Will Work For: Increases In money orders.
put the screws on me when IIU'I insurance, registry certified Services Held 223. Troop 7O'a Rattlesnake
young and getting Into Patrol (Stnnley Gny leader)
1 BETTER COOPERATION' BETWEEN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY mall and COD. rates will
trouble Instead of letting me For llnlshed with 219 points for
I AND CLOSER RELATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND TEACHERSADEQUATE become effective March 26. Mr. McGeeWalker
6th Pelican Patrol (Archie
Ret away with It, I probalJlywouldn't. place
FACILITIES FOR BETTER EDUCATION. Postmaster T. C. Hazen, Jr.
Thomas leader finished
t LOYALTY TO THE OFFICE' AND THE PEOPLE be here now. said today. 'It
McOee, 69, of with 204 points for 14th place FASHION LEADERcelelbrities
All four of the men agreed
The cost of these
j i Seeber I IX Goodman Will Always Keep An Open :Mind that Juvenile problems are a five special services operating Starke died Tuesday morning Events entered by Troop 70
now exceeds in a local hospital after an Included!
signallingflug pole
the Problems. of Education.
on : community-wide concern that
revenues by $60() million!
.1 extended illness. raising rope climbing, measuring -,
everyone must cooperate in annually. The fee increases I
K' and width. of object
Mr. McGee was born in height
Your Vole nnd Support On May 3rd WillIe olvln9f, One of them, asked will narrow the coot-revenue Chilton County Alabama on from distance, knot tying -
much be given
How help
can
!gap by $36 million, based
on April 5, 1886 and had been a and observation.
Appreciated. when only n handful of peopleare business handled in fiscal
Blue ribbons were presented
*' resident of Starke for 26
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Interested? year 1965, Hazen said. to the Rattlesnake and Pell-
:- ,years. He was a Buntlst._ n_'. a_
The Increases Include I
., : veteran of World War I, and a can patrols. I
I Money Older Fees: Domestic!
member of the American Le- I \
and international! money order:!
gion. .. TeTi
fees will be Increased by 9 City Reports ; lINt
cents. Surviving are his wife, Mary ; '
McKelvey McOee; one daughter vA.rJ9 frCIT".I ,
3 AccidentsThe I .
Insurance Fees The minimum
: :Mis.\! Mary Louise Rhoden. II .- I. ON, 1A0I.I't 0ft10I ;I
Not Self- fee bracket will be Increased \ _' ;
They're both of Starke; six sons, I I. ,CHAIiOf.U .,' ..'
from $10 to $19 and 4 ;
James R. of Reno Nev.. city police department

Employed, But the minimum fee wlU be 20 Joseph H. and Bert E. both of reported three accidents for %
: cents instead of 10 cents. The Starke the week ending at noon W-d-
; Orbs D. and Curtis L., :

: They're Paying .'.' revised follows Insurance fees will bas I both of Hopklnsvllle, Ky.; and nesday. ,

: Chester B. Me Gee in the U. S. The first mishap occurred
Value up to SIS. 20 cent; All' Force at Colorado Thursday around 5:30: p. mon ,

i I $15 to 150. 30 cents; $50 to Springs Colo six 8. Temple Avt. whr'n '
; ; brothers ;
:; $100 40 cents: $100 to $150 $p'1li
Chambers 51.
Haivey McGee of Tallahassee, C I'I'Chl1'ltopher $ :
90 cents $150 to 60
;
$200.
and Cia)ton. Audie Fred. of Staike, driving 1081 Chevrolet -

9esZ cents. Lawyer and Ed McOee all of rammed Into the side

Registry Fees: The present Alabama; and 13 grandchil of a 1961 Valiant being drivenby

60 cents and 75 cents will be dren.! Horace H. Whitehead, 47,1!

% combined into a single fee at Funeral services were held of Maxvllle as Whitehead was j

41/ ON SAVINOS:; 75 cents for values up to $100. at 2 p. m. Thursday In Jones making a left tum lutj a I
Registry fees for articles valued -
Memorial Chapel -with Rev. service station. Chambers waj h
/ COMPOUNDED : in excess of $100 will remain with failure to have
:: W. A. Hogan, pastor of tha ; charged .
Lu 4 i unchanged< Starke First Baptist Church his vehicle under control, and ,

: .' : ij'H C. O. D. Fees: The present officiating. Interment was In 0 causing an accident., I htw
40 cents and 50 cents fee I the
family plot In Pievatt The seconj: accident occurred )
4 TIMES A YEAR brackets will be combined Into Cemetery under direction of I.II Sunday around 3:30: onj I

I one fee bracket at 60 cents for DeWitt C Jones Funeral I the paved area In front of the

.H, amounts up> to $10. There will Home. Actl.e pallbearers were Imperial Service Station on

be no change in the fees covering members of American Legion I N. Temple Ave.,. when Virginia RWi.jj'ui/

items valued above $1>. Post 56.Recent. W. Brigman 58. of Richmond

I ;) Make weekly 1 saving part of YOUR family living You "spend' money ( Certified Mail: The fee will Va driving a 1963 POntiac,

th every day of the week. Spend Home of it on yourself! Open a wiving* be Increased 10 cents! from the backed into a 1963 Chevrolet

. account: at our association for every member of your family. Watch 30 present cents.Rites .20 cents per item to BirthsMr. driven by Kenneth Elixhon, 29. : ?

the gmounts. grow! We pay dividends regularly. Money in your association and Mrs. William Smithof of Starke. (
wonderful feeling of security. The third took place Mon-
family a
gives your
Boimta.
Columbia.
Held For South
,., day around 5:30: p, in. on N.
.: America announce the birth Temple Ave. when Harold R
Have It Ready! Mrs. Packham, 79 of a lIOn Mark Atchley. on
Save It Steady Hlgginbotham, 34 of Lawtey.
f' March 10. Paternal
grandparents -
At
Hope Baptist driving a 1964 Dodge truck .
',' are Mr and Mrs L. F.
while attempting to make: a
"
Mrs. Gertrude Trleat Pack- Smith of Starke
rieht turn Into a service station -
VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR NEXT WEEK! ham. 79, of Starke died Monday cut In front of a. 1961

In a local hospital afteran Ford being driven by Annette $12.00 \ \ $15.00'rcx

See The Displays of Old and Rare Coins and Currency extended illness. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chaff Gray 18. of Jacksonville.! Miss 'rcE.

Mrs. Packham was born in i Jr. of New Orleans La. announce Oray was charged with having \ '

Waldo on Jan. 1, 1887, the the birth of a son. no driver's license! and

daughter of the late Charles i Louis Andrew on March 10 Hlgiclnbothum was charged This Is the moment to"tklnk tftiaf with two smashing Uew from Toni ToiM. Left,

f She and' Annie was a member Garrison of Trlest.the Mr.Maternal and :Mrs.grandparents Shi Smith are of way with and failure causing to yield an accident right ot Jean, loose and lovely, the Tunnel-belt dress with golden ball buttons and white stitch

Savings and Loan Association Christian Church Starke ing. In CeLtnese Fortrel polyester/Aviil rayon. Blue, grey or olive drab 8-18. Rlgjit.

Surviving are four daug-h'j collect gems? Have the coatdress skimmer In clean window pano plaid of Cebnesarortrel
; Of Stance ters Mrs. Margaret TIlE RKiHT POINT for the
i 7leqt4w of Starke; Mrs.. Kathleen Den- :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R>nsell way you write. Come In and polyeiter/rayon/imported linen Self-belt lo wear for a cliange. Blue, praline or

218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-0500 nlson Gainesville; Mrs. Ethel of Staike announce the birth elect your favorite ESTCR- black with white.8-13.BolL jtay-Ircsb easy-care,matliine-wasliable.!
Jarrell, Jacksonville; and Mn' of BROOK fountain TELE- -
a son on March 22 in Bradford pea.
k Hazel Van Epps of Yankton, j County Hospital. GRAPH. en/y lh. LOOK 1m jrpj /v .

I, 8. O.; four ions, Rev. Merit .

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55 Bradford Farms Sign Up they can talk with. or trust I on the chemical package. 48th Infantry Shadd cnteicd" 1 MIA. LI.i lI',": I in' \ vi. i: -. \\i,iI ( II I II ..,"I "I'. 111.1. I ,, I," ,, ,,,I I ,,lit I'" .' 11(11111" I 1//I''., I"" ," ,Tmt") ,iTIll,I i-II" i ''I ii, I lull,. IxllillHln, ', 'I l 'inI "I,

Deputy> Reddish told tho warns Dr. Horn. A little too the Army III September 100:>. I 10\i "I. ,I. V.\lvl.i" i ; \ I 1"1"I" I : ; I II .. ,. I",. ,.1,1,110, li" '.",,, t''"" ',I ...14' I I th.I, I i1..until, I 'H ..r. II.i i. I,HI,I I II i ii
I I\1:1",1"I : I I IIIK\I I :l ,MH, I 111'/11.I : I I HI' \'I 1'1: |itsi( Mtl I .. ,
committee that seven cases of much of the mixture could ( > Of I.IH;/ I I .'I,. ,I' I II.I.1'.' ml a I ', 1.1 I" I 11..1.I '."I 1.'. I i": iiIf.ml., lt.\: ml I i, Hi u i
y For 1966 Feed Grain and received basic training at Fort "I. .1\ "\ I I' '- I III I I I.I 414';' .III', ,''II. IlllI : I '1i I0\. .Illl.. .1111; I l.i.1 ( V'110M ii II'I''I''"11 i 1011(1', ni.11.. ill,... 1'1,11"(,,I i ('i.llli'i. "'. *,,lllint iii. l IaI'li' l I.,uv
ogra"u' breaking entering:; had harm lawn grass. Gordon. Oa. and arilve'l overseas I I.;\l' ,KMIN' II.I': I'I 1.1'I 'IN, I. I Mvl., : II.> .". HI'':llt tt:.. II" ficii'll: .>i Mold! Sri" "'l"'H /II Uml. >111'-| CHI.uliililli' ,. ,I'lankliii, .. 1,, < : ,",1 illl'ilili.f.
occurred In the week wince If nnndspurs invade centipede. last Fcbriiniy lIe U a /i.l.i: : Lltio.vMlii: >;('i\. M I ,'. ..:Illli'll .....h... .II. I II:..I liiIn I |ji ... .UK1 m M .14.felt'lit... 'to tilt,,* I \ HiTluilKl.. lllRl'l'' ,,LIlllll I
Bi.imoni, ( enmity( limnersnnvr / I I .i" rihsiuip nn'l i espe-lally not the ommiltcc's lust mrrU.,,,. St. Augustine or carpexlgriHs ,\'1'1'1.:": 1.It 'mm' '.N:;, .MONIKIK. :, i.. I lie ,1.1' '.I I 110... I 11.1 I. .h" ...r .1,"It''h"'OIIlI\" SiiII.iti'flIlIl( '',' 11".11111'.11. "- .lniri. ..llkll.. Jacks ii. I I. I I
I 1003 graduate of TJnlin: County : ,iilM/ ( "i'i.' > in', : 'II( I.'I. I::0)'. !W"! ",";, Ill, :'.: i II,",,ll,,IIIII,, I 'II ,,: ,,. l.itkr. U9", t.'w.. '. .>'I l i ''I i,
M n J I ,i tutiil., cf 51H t 11 01' 'r-Iook the April 1 deadline :\- All of thorn, the deputy s.ikl, t I II I mic( woI iMfM-it 'ol'Y| Httn
up) ; try a chemical railed .
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Utah School an1:! attended: i'i\i: I ii! I-IM.I.UA.-I: ( i-iii.u' i iI'l sI. .IM.M j 11| II. i ""i.It'I.| I of' u l III..'Ii. duly < .'I'. ''IfI.d l hy thu Hill' :IllllUtui, "', (III"1: .i '
uis tn luke pirt in th 19B6fen' were committed by juveniles. utrnrlne The best time to 'up- Lake City Junor: CJle.\ 1 T.sAAI.: HT ..11111--1.: ( ,I' 1.1.1.| 0'. ., I tun, ,) I tti, mat, lit.. i III( liii '11. .... .11 ''''''I'' '-'liii'5' 'of tbf I'ot, Itlorur.' IN tikaliioHii. irnngi*. I'.iliii I,,, It.n: ,
!' [( 141fl> program. accoialnsto Judge. Yawn nuked the committee I ply this. chemical< Is after: Jscu ('II 1:, s.'i': \ 1111 ,1" I I'U.: .. olI ', ilt'lUK. (otlovTHAl : 1I1I1I'h..1 I ti. and iniulc. a part I Plllpllll". I'KIK, (/ I'lltlllliil.,( ,''
t I KMiNoi.i.: ;. MI UA'.V'MOK.: 'i> \\' I I Il. SII. I I. HI'I'W' U.VTL2: 'l'l' N of I Hit* I'.r ''U..II In-i.-in, ., iKlnm.. si I l.i", "I.'. H.IIMII. I I it: .. i
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1 Lent in i "Tnrmll J'' .. I'li.ilrman Foster Homes to consider what effect Front hRS visited. -Airman 2nd Cla'.B A. M. l.< ''II:. ,Vol.I:<'l I\ mill W is!ll I I limO! "' .t i : ',"VII Tin- ,li'i'k ,of llil t' .1I1'j I" "sir tn. >t4.sniiI. ,, ,., >< i 1\\ >.11'',

A 't itriiHiilMl!\ ] Stibl:; 'I'?a- publls\';nff the n.imed of Home Tho best way to npply the ixuTov;:' l''M't'i; : ) : ( M.NI'l ; tans 1,2.$:. ,)'... rlitl' .. t t..1. t t (till!''.' (tl ''i'r'>.| 'illS Violfl, V"ll.!,,"l. h.tW, \ i.':' ..11.,
ti ,in and C'oniprvatlou County Juvenile offenders might have. chemical is with a droptypeapplicator. Hunter, of St.u ke. recently I? 151:> 'll I 'K.N'TSl.ll: :, ( ;:<1 l'I.t 01'I.MITV '. I I'.ni'.i( :'! I 1. :"('Silt. KiltMttl: tn. I In., |1'.lhlll.h".1 i 1 ..".'.. I II 'Inn, ,I'M..I .,i.I. '''I'II : i
Needed HereFive The prnc'uatd from the tinlnln !I( I on'I S I rrjii'T I' 1 ( T I i I I: I "(itti:I I I: > I m,, ,
said he It
Committee The lepnrt rcnerthe judge thought I Don't use the ATlnN( '!1'11':11":1XI'I ': | ": :>: ..M.I 1971 I.'ISli,'li.I. ". II .t'k ,, .,. .luff j t'UiiilllierM,,, lit' 'I', sIlot,:i us... I I.i n
course for U. S. Air Force I 'ii" n II I I Is.' \\ i x. '' in
pcilod from th:> belr.ninic': might act as a deterrent In "whil'ly" type applicator as (ITIII.'IIS, ': : IIAVINU' lit ,I'l.UM' 11173107B I.',,,.,.. ,ii. wllh I I II"! I'll,'.1 ,p'ii. 1,1 lit. ,ai,lI I Ion,, (',siisuiy. //1"10111., l l till < "i' I Ii, '"!.1\

of th"l'nun 1' on Jnnunrv 24 primary areas for at. some selected cusps, but added I It may Hcittcr: particles of thematerial radio repairmen at; Keeslsr:! 'I.Vfl ANY ItKIIIT TITI.I3. OH 1.'i.70,000 whit' h xhiill ,n"I< t !>.. l lent" tliiin, j ji of( .March. A. l I'. I 1'1:'I
AFB. Blloxl Miss. A R-aJ.nte. ,:>"','1.:1:1'1'.: : 'IV I'ltolMJIirY' : '.'11, 11174 I.O.HK'IO' ., / \V, M I'I' VI.K, I 1'1 r:
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thioiii'h' Maich 11. "Ilie s'lnup' tontion In the continuing studyof that ho was not advocating 'is hl.t ii ( I I'l ) (hf\i |t.i'i''r tn I |
i on ornamentals cnu.s-\ of Union School / III: AKI'UL'TIln:<: .: UV '.'IIJo( : 1.1HLA.vrt 1I7S! 1.1 J II.U'U' .,l.iti,, -, t ,i.l, (Ih.. Miiil, h..OI'.IIM', C1HCLIT{ : ( .1 IL'Ui.l.I ;
will continue\ through April: 1 local juvenile problems publishing the names of Ing them to suffer as muchas County High : ( ; IH r<-ln' '' III .i "v\Mntpt-r| he Is being assigned to Mic-: MTATK; 1 HO/ ,KIH'IVXTllhV ':' 11177 I I.'C II'ItIi'.' '
About 1 1.047 news( of corn were pin-pointed at a meeting all juvenile offenders. the ttan". purs. ; : W'It"liI'I': :: \ :;
Dill: AFB In Tampa foe :uty. I : II l : l' \rioN 1078 I 1. ':'P'ii,'Din'
Are sinned up for diversion of the newly organized citizens In discussing the lack of For a good kill you may irNis,:;i sKnio.,: ii. I in,:..:'ciiiiI.11 : I 1II7U( I I..1"f.: .. ,,,'

fni psnmcnt during: I the rur- committee In the court adequate facilities to deal need( to apply a second application / "; I it It;I IK I IN;, ASH I .\ 1.1. "'1'11' lisJII1I! .'..". ", -in' .
house\ lust wltlthe i CHS: TO i Hfl AKI'IOI'TUU; IN I 2.",'''I. n ,i'' Bradford I
rent (crop year but the total Thursday night. juvenile problem, of the chemical in the To My Friends of County :
A.:>Y WA'III' ItJoI\: : : lima :I." '".' ''
acres!': for dlvel' lon will be The following sub-commit. Judge Yawn pointed out to spring about the timo the \\'uu., mill ,oi.i'i ii, .if y'nu, /lui'lHi. .II 1ueJ( : :!, "
tees were named to the committee that the state IV '. ..10: ('MM | II' I'III Iff or I 1111,Hindi, I
lai tf. Miicr this fi u.'p does Investigate tiny sandspur plants begin to I Hlutii nf 'liiriilii. 1 111"4( :!i. ''''
TMK: M'f' : OM .H |1'1| 1I.I. | ill.I .. ,,,. I have old, The New
and report on does not provide sufficient show in uai" 'h ntiil' i'Virv of it :HtiiliVtliirncyH. i" lust :2. I "II Ii I'HiiilI; announce that ; :
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not ivfie?! fie t blllldh'erslon\ suggested remedies up the lawn. For ( IT HI'.1111 l. \ I IN "I'| ,,
IIIM IioI.y, ] tI'qiilifitlli IIIDIIli .III': '." '
foi t'i', ]o1l'lel'' fnims. The 1966 in each area, as follows: funds to meet current needsin amount of application reid K()ll 1.:0": MllX'lt.' KI.IMI- > uin'iir| | liufutu, I lila Uiiiii, I In 7 :!. "' ','"'' :.Method Cleaners and no longer operating this:,

,pin. Mini 1 <1 lrM 1's not pn.lde for 1. The adequacy of existing many areas related to the directions on the label. 1 lll\ l I'" VII IM'rio: I 1'\.1'. I till I llllltllll'll I Of till!. uiid''i? !'* HIM, c. 0. II'' : am
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pavmc'i,! for the first 20( pnr CoUnseling and probation ser juvenile situation. Use positive thinking in FIT,\0.'I'Jo:m:1U: Hl:>.\lll! I (>II"!' I l.iitu Hlitnul, ,', I'niinly"I'll.'lilt I."',ihoiiHi."IM'', "it" Hi'III I"Vllvi,;> sa'. ''''I.''.'''"',' business in Stnrke. as of :.March 19.) 1 H)6) (>.

cent d1'' r1''ton( except on farms vices: Mrs. Pat Spcngler and The Judge guild that many nnv: snmNpur control prol'ram.I ; HDiH-ATiov: '1(0'( rf.niii': I I'I 'I'nllah.'iKMi-' ,i, ... I'lnrltla, on I tin I. -nilcliiy ,' I 9.I.MI'i'ia I ;1.''''''' "'I ,

With *mall! bn'-rs.' The total Albert Mercer. juvenile crimes were committed Even If you make several successful bmly i nriiir|'. >',iii.. nn'I. rHortlonn .r r-Mu.v.. I 11111II. at l I.'" 1.1,,Im liIn :! .: I ". ,
2. Teenage and juvenile by "repeaters" youths rememberyou / :1:l und \ID. of I tho fiiriiiu'in. | II nil *lu"vIIIIHII \' 111.(IlllIII .j.;'!"."" I wish to express. my appreciation for your
base nrOOP; on the c'ounty'ssFttvdtip failures ,\,t'Ll. "Ii. XII I of I tl h.. I
I / If liny why I Mm IIIUVITHr I (III!! I "
farms thus far for drinking: Jim Temple and who have been In trouble be. are gottlng revenge for ( "tmstitut Ion of ilioMutu ..
.. .. I tin- I'i'tliii.n I ,, r.n' !' VMIUIitI'.n I / luSh' patronise; and /support during the past four years.I / .
1966) I h 2.438 aries! Dolph Reddish. fore. He added that many the times the burs have pricked xif iUInI'l'tltlunnr. ..r 'lli.ndH' rlkil Hi/ I hi- nl..v.-. IV'JtKTrf.ltlll ';, ."I'",

3. Recreation facilities: youths are went one or more ( blood from fingers I lllll'fl I'UIIHU, Iflllllllll till I III' //IN(; | ," I Ill'I, I'IMI' "' II'Hi., I ., with
Benefits of the program include your VH.MTATU. iiriinli.il', ii ad I tin I in i''''''''''I Mn I ,,;i p 1111, ,nuilt .if. '<< ( ,,, -I.,'," Mill( !,lIII .. I have enjoJ'l'1) my association/ the good peopleof
Carl Dardeji George Pierce, times to state reformatories while clearing socks of stick. : ,111VI.IUtll.lV/ IM 1 Ml", ., .
:1 1rr: : .ion psiym e't a as ,unit, u..IH"lIellIl",1,. .ali'l f on- I. illni" f (7iIlII'I' ,,",I I. ,II I
Joseph Dorko and Jesse before they finally etui. in D: *'ffiifltintNu I \ Tin,. ,, ,,, this and appreciate the friends I Ihjt
up tlrnii'il i HH tlnti.,1 i I 111'1. III X III ti'l" i'xt |" Mil I i-.in" I (III are.i, many
well p piIr"-support: pivment--! :Moore. prison. ers.Just for the there it ,11,K: MotKOT1CK Still" ll.'iinl,, of IMiti: ',,',ill Inn,, tin 'jill'IlltV I'll t I III, t 1',"I .I ll:. IN.Hi. ."
and mic -fiirport loan on record T>: HT.XTK: I ni'., I'l.iill-/ : ',., ... |1M hoflv" ,! ,, .. ,.. .
lulu t r In"Mill ii v. 1I,1.'r iinil '111Mnv 't" I I 'r i t it 1 i I' made during this time. :My best wishes are
the (" ops pro'uceii Price- 4. Juvenile Shelter: C. C. The Judge noted that this are over a dozen types of IUA ANt: TIIK: si-ri\i." : : .,'ri'.Iai.; Mini'r, *Jrillf.iM I ,, I 'I i nil, J ..r nf ." i. \ ,,II II. > c
Anderson. Robert Williams, current fiscal year wits the sandspiirs. All of them carry 'l'XPA'r'JI: : 1'1 i Im': i !I' I r: i: T V I'i' ..I \ "li Ml I I ..I I tl.I.. I:"U.' w..l I I".Ltl, tl\\II, II", ,". '..
support payments may be and( Dr. Florence Jennings. first time the state hl, of
earned on the projcrtrd production pr name plus" a 'I.I ,IIKIiCHI'I /: ;' AS'I U "I" TIIK: I ..1.. '!1''II.'' I ,'s.I-, ,I.I. I "i- o, il i l l.th. ".5 ",. ,n'. I ''II.
:5. The role of parents vlded funds", for juvenile authorities such "In- ('01'.11"1'11':14: ( >((0' A I. \ .' i III \ -Raymond Thompson
firm an desctiptivc name as ,'I,". ,I' (tin"..1.. I i. ..11,, I i.. ,i. I... "I. ",,", ,I.. I ,, ,,
acreageup church, school and commun- to work with youths certns." IIAY. imADFnitu' iiitnv'M.( ': l 111': i ..1'. K (,CM, ., I. ,ll. ''I. It'. ..1 'III, .1.! I"..,"I" ,II," _I..all p.., ., 'I I ,.o. I
to 50 > pi r c lUlOWAUU' COI.MI: : I -
ity: Rev. I). L. Ramsey. George when they are released from Leaving; home won't help
feed 11' alII ba'! for th3) farm I
Pierre and Judge T. A. Yawn. reformatories. He said these you Jpnve the pest plant bo- -

bY planting one or more of Statistics Bill Payne.: ,"" funds will help to keep the hind because there Is n variety: M
the feod rtnlns or bv planting --ja.; icq4Z
A secondary area to be Investigated youths from returning; to their that thrives In almost every .. ?-z I
soybeans in lieu of a feed ,
by each subcommittee old ways and making more state, including the great stateof .. y )
grain Is the use of automobiles mistakes that eventually will Cu;. ornla. : ; '

: 'Oiovrate] : reminded that by teenagers. put them In prison. : n-n I I I

feel! :grain: stocks remain more Speaking of the lack of facHities Jim Temple and Albert L&1CkW TWi j J (jU R SOIlS U -

than sufficient and the nf: 'd available for handling Mercer noted the negative at- ij !
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for full participation in the dependent children Dr. Jennings titude of many parents to- SERVICE, MENAND ;

1966 feed vmin: program continues county juvenile counselor ward teachers and school ._ __. .,.. .. .. "' ... .. "
.
U to bo! stressrd. Chair- said that an organized officials and the effect WOMEN .- ,I

: Jn .n Moran:! nrces' rowers( to system of foster homes is this attitude has on the development Insurance Problems ? !| HAHTINOS; MATTKESP: ,I FOR SALE: I I I"\' 'Irilinti i"f HPSJIPI, and\ BE SURE TO SEE \VORluJ '

flip thflr :ippMcntioiis to take needed to care for such child ,, of their children. I UPHOLSTERY z WORKS Ready mix coru-r.te., concr.t, I, lli'>'inir" BOOK before buying any

vast in the program as soon I Talking about teenage Call The Man From ,::1'l..pn I ,in St. Pal tu block hDuse: : piers sand cement. To. I lliuHc' 'win.. MHh to pur- other encyclopedia. M. A.
ren.She
pointed out that funds! drinking Temple said that "Keystone"George 4 Furnilure Rcnalre!, ,.. mortar mix. rocs, iteclcTs' i I,M I .r ii r "'iri"i'' I/lal> of beauty Payne your local representative I

S _ _ _ _ r shell '"m rodr. roof
allocated, by the county for many adults know that sonic Hefinishcl ril I il I stun, tion(\ ono that since 1956. Box 626. I
I :
E. LaRue ['phul.ll'I'eri qrravel. lintel.ENGR. BRADFORD
(
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foster homes i Is insufficient to teenagers drink. Some he said Airman 1st Class John M. "iMcasuica' up" to the highest Phone 964-6792. tfchg :
MATTKESSES REKUIL1New ) : .. CO. Phone 904-2521.:! '
: STARKEBUSINESS meet present nee. ls. and said even know where they buy It. Miller son of Mr and Mrs./ S. Keystone, Heights St-Mlri; ,. tfrhgAT ...r'jinilaril.s of quality may we

that she favors having more But, he added when you ask M. Miller of Route 1, Starke Consultant For All Your Inncrsprinjjs: : offer our services Myers Power Tools

foster homes to care for dependent them to be specific and to recently graduated from the Insurance Needs i iKe and Io\ Springs*, tsotnt\Scl.: : Ingram .Memorial Co. For I

,: children rather than name names, these adults answer training course for U. S. Air |>ri>.piitlnic i iOrrat limp tell A Card or Call r.Em'CT.n: : It \TE Area Headquarters
"I Foice helicopter mechanics at Ins. J'L.T'D' : : ?:: 1 V. Sp\fiitli St. .Ailjwi-nt( (: To Lannmimers. I'owpr ToiiNMcC'ulli
having such accommodationsin don't want to get Involved : American C'o.Te ,\IT >. FUJI: ir) \ rDOYI.K
a juvenile shelter ," or I'm not a scjueclr. Sheppard AFB Wichita Falls Traveler. Ins. Co. II AFTER: II P. :M. ) K.: CONNKKINSIKANC'B ( : ;Miviiuri.tl, : C'cnielrry Lake) CityS2wks : >oh Chain Saw

D1RECiORY! I Dr., Jennings said such a ." Texas. All man Miller Is a ",1 l 473-4692 Daj 1R. LEGGY: ; SH."MF.R : : ..tE4UYtfchg: ; j 120'66 Pump. & >Vi tpr SystesilsBrigg' :

shelter would be expensive' to Temple said much of the graduate of Bradford High 473-4325 Nltes 209) F. Adklnt! "t. & Stratton Engines!
will remain at H. "',4-,.-..-. 4. _. ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Rentals Sales !Sers ice'
School and Auto Fire -
build and maintain and. If problem seems to be one of me Business1 I n. na. work.
built, to older Machine
: 230 N.Sl.: 16th Ave.
AUTO REPAIRSEarl's uac'l only for juveniles, would basic dishonesty; children lie Sheppard for further training.He Month Payment Plan -
i I- Boat. Motor. and Pump 1'1"-
FOR SALK!!: Oood businessand Gaine \lll 376-3111 I I'I
not be occupied all of the to their parents and adultslie resides; at Burkbumett..
residential properties! in pail'Brown'.s Ropalr Shop,.I tfch:
time. She added that the mon to each other and to them. Texas with his wife the former COINS WANTED I II j MARY gARTER 'I I
Starke Improved and unimproved Rt t. Box 363, Starke IKlngs- '
spent to construct a shelter selves about their problems. Anne Matthews. of '
GaraoreAIA ey H V. Knight P. O. Icy lake I tfchg INCOME: TAX SERVICE -
could be used by the countyto Starke. and their two children. BUY SELL TKADE
Drawer F. Citv tfcha ft* after 5 p. m..- All day Sat.
for I
Kivns Seriire*
OF provide foster homes as I 21hr.ppral"'kl' ,
AUTO RF.I>.\IR VVOItK they are needed.Dr. I your old polTM. tree of i'IitirgeHELOTE'S ; PAa 1 OR SALE Petunias Pan'Charles lIut<:h son. phoneI
.1-s.i and other annuals at re- 969-3355. New Blandinn Rd.
All Work Ounranteed' Jennings also called the Fireman Richard A. May- DRtTfiS
I IewlGardening SERVICE .' ''red Shrubbery 9tchg 4 7
TV prices No. 210:
: Phone 9 9964So. : committee's' attention to the Let's Go ht>n. BT3. USN son of Mrs KeYHtollp IIeigIIl'4AUTO Line "
.
Complete za'eai.: rOse bushes geran-
%Walnut Stark'
clone relationship between dependency Wilma J. Bender of Gaines Furnished
ofPAINTS :urn In bloom Salvla. egg- FCR RENT -
and delinquency. yule l Is aboard the plnnt, pepper Big Boy. beefsteak modern spacious( one
She said it was posalble to missile destroyer USS Char- -repaired. New and: used: ladl- ANDSUPPLIES condition
AUTO Marine & TV tomato plants. Phone I i apartment. Air
SERVICEGilbert l pick) out many underprivileged lc-s F. Adams, which has joint ators. boat trailer, for stilf a: Southern : 954-5371.) : Raiford Road, nenner Ants. Apply 633: 1\1t'-<

children< who would likely become t the 6th Fleet In the Medl- Slrobo's Garage & Kiaiato' 961-574-
harvey Sharpe, Editor: TV Technician 3t:,ike tfchoTHRFE : Mahonc St. Phone
S. Brown ( delinquents In future By Kx-", teiranean. Before returning to Shop. Comer Orange!: st. eonEdward's For All Purposes tfchg
Florida Agricultural I
yea I'll If something wall J10t Charle..ton. 3. C. in July, the Rd. PH. 964-5174 David Gunter BEDROOM house OnJZ.iitz'.ley

Standard Oil Service Station done( to change their environ tension" Service Adams Is scheduled to visit If, elm ME: MEKTLL: Lnkc. for rent year I

.\TK\S!'I ment. ports in Spain. Italy Greece BUmllna St.very Fast Service MIVEKTISK I ) .)mil) Inquire at Sam Rosen- For Sale- The .\I,,'.t <'"nr -

TIKES & n.'IT.RIfS: Judge/: Yawn agreed that Sandburs better knownas and Tuikey His wife. Mary 1372: bedroom CB '. JACKSONVILLE\ : ; I : '"<11!1"('"; Stntp, Tall St tfchB( plplp Stoi It of FlukingTHcklo .
nice three : (fuirunrcd; ( Work
Budget TermsRo.id ServlOt emphasis should be placed on are like true and:! son. Ricky. reside with : PRICES{ ( : In the .\ri\;- ('011-
sandspurs -
her parents Mr. and Mrs. R house with oak floors, ()Ornerlot 'I'' Reasonable: Hiitos I (! FOB SALE "Motor Scooter:: ,
UwntoSold.
Phone 9, -1'011 developing a program of prevention lenipnt Local tl lost-
will\ stick to
friends. They street M/'',intlil-, Phone !0(; 1- 20t
and paved :
407 N. Temple Starkt aimed at reaching) H. Gippn. Jr.. of Biookev I I'P'!l( top shape, Also tialleifor Open A\ ..Afternoon..
inch children and pointed out you no matter how you planto payments!! 6007. Rensonabl' Phone !9l>(il-JS21 I ::1:1{:;:$ N. Temple ?"'nt.( 1 mid :2! bjdrooms J. B. '
.. Your
All
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vote in the national elec Realtor !See' For
A. J.
equity Thomas WhIt. !p64-I (Ill.' 2tchz 324
that problem children do not !
HURST'S Pvt. Elsie A. Shadd. ron of Tel. 964-5701. Fishing Needs
become delinquent overnight tion.However true friendscan Mr. and Mrs. James E. Shade WAITRESS WANTED Apply -
even '
I I FOR S.LE64 Ch v. wheel FIRESTONEEUNICE
\Nsroitr.\uo\;:; ()
S..hELL. "It happens gradually over aLong in ;at OatJuti PevtTiiinnt t-
rid peiscin
Getting of Raiford. recently; partlci-:
become a peat
I toveiset of 4. 2 burner oil\
said Jftt.; 4-J>I.TIIUS; tfclm Keep your pall( tot" the-( :
time he
of
period :
Service StationCas simple as noted In 3rd Armored DivisIon
often
of them Is as a Cull heater, and metal sink'
FIRST LINE I chat>i' a arryliound! : but) spare
Oils LubricationGoodjeur Dr. Jennings said that the turning: over the welcome mat training exercise at Ora- AND BVTTER1ES: I FOR RENT: -4 rooms! bath Lacy Conway Greyhound 964. and rabln' t with trim- bartyfn : Nl'RSERV

; ) Tlr....., / Riitterle community through its or pulling In the latch string. tciiwohr. Germany A radio- AT BIG ll(4'Ot'NTVmtlker's [ul'I'I..hl"ap.u'tment.\ Callrr.ii I 4051 or nUht 9fi4-1041 Lacy : Ph !in4-509r' 2lpd 324 Tomato and pepper plints in

ROAD SERVICE (churches and clubs should But sandspurs( don't get telephone operator In Co. C. : I ] !onn-iiRri tvhiEXPERIFNCKD ,- FlvinS"rvlre. I tfilurritK I gallon containers Annual' and
Stallvn. I3t C'-nwiv
% Shell '
301 and too Starke! ; take /a "big/ brother" Interest miffed so easily. 'j 1st Battalion, of the division's 'I.t'I : <'i';'; SLNCF.K:>; ( roil si.-;) ;, Azaleas 3 for $1 ,00 up. Fruit

l IhlheSe"cTmarelTtm-aTrrn'dtvId\ I I(!* Once established in your I' Jo;,, :\1.lll1snn| !St. :; Wailumi !- ,- -- ; Oil. ronr.vtwo ytt<'InMachine; : Zlt? Zags trees and ornamentals container -

iml basis. Many of them, she lawn sand.ipui-H will brUtlej i _r ---====s I II .I FOR RFNT Apartment and curb\ "iris wnntrd P.pply ITs bay I41'rvtatlol1\ EWS Perfect: Guaranteed. grown 2 miles N Law-

.idtlcd don't have an adult up and fight annihilation with I sleeping IOOTTIM::! Phone 961- In person at tee's Drive TO.t for lease at Walnut and Mad- Tlnlnnpp' $4T Cash or term.1.1I I II tey. 301. Phone 782-34fi3.!!

every spike In their body. 4063. 1 Up ._:?M t TTM, :t :! isnii St. Paid training available I Phono .JII'k''I1Vlllp COtl.FCT''II _4toh'4 '7TRAN'P0RT

Nearly every ruse. end in 12 'Wides. I Call Travis MaUils Jickoiivtlln I :53-10IB! ;! !. A'k for Credit Man- '
SEE!: US for hoii e or cipait- THUCK? operatoms. -
failure.A ], 356-1331 tfchz acrr: 2trho131!: ;
he LAWN1OWKIt mi'tit "sirnr! \ loc'Htion: ( Fa..vtenns : Men having a minimum
local hunter thought(
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Custom Made W. H. Nollman, Si1)) N1 I
I had his", bur problem licked KEPAIK I HOOKING Oitlrr for ..pttlru of 2 years semi! experience\

STAIU\E-PJlONE 961-2SOO i when he noticed that his loyal For Florida Living \\'<. HUM" .\ ( 'llllllll'll'. .| ..' :Ml>\\- Cherry St._I tf< luPIADF I fun, SAl::! K' 01 tilde :3 1 bni'O'imCH ', : ( I rq'Ts{ nark: ("ornl.h. Pinfims.! I Ale: 2:%>> to 4i' peiferieri Applyin

bird dog licked the stickers pr Kppiilr. ServIce, TIIIII1'pto IVMI: ; .e. Laiy:! family loomrlosp Jumbo" )lii"n"ck, Phf>n'inH.' I IWIsriiTln person 5714 Buffalo Avo.
his clothes. But (G*More! I :Mitnrrlinnl.' | ) I'U-Unp : Lk'I1. KEYSTOM: ; I HEICIITS I (:I -PHONE: 173.3176 I from hunting YOU ,. ..Tllm' Q'IRHVhlte j
several around the For Your $ $ ; niul 1>,fllprSer!<.<.. ('.\1.'. PlumbPi Ounrantrrl\ t. Jt".li'ab''<* hsrit I liiii. M A.
after trips Otitnens.: ant: pen 1'l1lqpdVlli
I lawn sandapura on TS\ 'rtpfttil.liiI' ( ate von' inonpv If \lOt.11)01]/ I i'iv: :JO!() I S aie-iti (si Plion- T | PIANO WANTED uplisht.
gathering T irk"v! M E-lwnids Box ,
Rental Services i pants legs the dog refused to No Salaried or Commissioned 1'I I IKES i: T (0 N.; E: It-pp Phone? :'J"!"ql-! !-tnl! tfch-t I '1t4) -70l:! lllil.l/ 1 4 30( p 111 !>(t'iI fi"B gtiiVc the best one that $50 will buy. I

clear off stickers if there Employee* WAN'rED1'r'l' { k f'n' ; ." f I'hl"avy I li7'J' :J! alter! 5 and on I acek, 'II '! < Writ" P. OBox!: 585 or call\

HOSrU'AI BED WHEEL CHAIRS TH SALE :23!: ft !964-5095 Stat.ce 4tpd 47
tfdl( c'eep
I to I II > MAIDS WANTED Cnnta- .
were no quail point. DAD & BRAD LARSEN hnulinur' with lai .:c I I .
I fi < "r">. i yr, oH. Also cowhl-
with M.-s. DeVoe at DB3801 I plants ;
Cutting 'spur truck Steady einolovn"p't
CRUTCHES LIKE TO WORK FOR SALE-4 bedroom brick
; the. mower Is of no avail. If Fringe benefits including 1 pal '4a! '"'< week' Biadfnv1 Ft\"lnorr-\ notion T V. Phonograph. F
tall think they me vacation sick leav and < n 1-2521! 1 Lake Home 'T A. M. Radio-call 7(12WrtCFR ( home 323 N, Walnut St Central -
growers YOU Benefit rroup\ iv! To Phone! : tfdmniFs ;
"nH heat air condition lai :a"
lip
II I about to be eradicated they insurance $30 week salary I
a will call In the runner typo fcha:: i,,\ : LAKE: liiKOI! : ) {| ) !Jot Conveniently located nice
: Wanted Tern ,
parV ; i neighborhood. Fire place.
to sneak along the ground be. All Sizes on Display] NEFT new FURNTIUTfE T
Arc First of the Year Bills low the whirr of the motor 8-10-12] Wides WANTED -Part time bookkeeper V :-"t or nnv ('nr \ reil nopoitunity :< nit I iii) )>ii-\: "lid i (iiirtHonor. "-' pmplovtni; for cinrotlonr Florida room Tudor archl-!

I for duiation of :3tiaw-" for willini wnikei-. .. :3 I l>atht 1 giin hot. i\uir >f |ri Oilman Parer Co. i I 'ectual styling A unique home

Getting You Down? blades.Cutting sandspurs afler the 1 '/> Paths berry season Apply In person C I ith'! Avon fine ('O-(((C'I'' .. | lu-i1. ,-rH, //of.... otmi*. ilortrii .. Maxvllle. Fl.t Ph. 28--T-! : >ll I 'for a person! who want a ]por-

prickles mature Is apreiding and Expandables: to Morris.; Cait2r 01 J. R WtltP' :Mis Olllct.1 Pwcnt P OHox t *.1!)>%t'. KIIH Hptici, ,* lifMitrr. 2tp ;? 31 tentlal show place at a reasonable -

next year's misery because: Wainwright, Starke F.vrmeu B40. five Oak. Fin I.mt 1'/1"'/ i'tii'ri'te.' ( put Ii,. Htlft" ,'''''- pries $17.:500. WriteR.

We Have The Answer eAch seed. scattered will mean New and Used Market' tfchs I -)-r"flllI| l.ikifront; lilt"ilh SF"nET." '1{ wanted for TMVernl A. Green JI'. 218 S E. 1st

oNE: TOTl 'I I OU \M.() ONI1FOU Iniirioiikn., $\ ').0K( ) nfflpp woik Married St. Gainesville. Fin or: call

Whenever You Need scores Hand of pulling stickers and next burning spring.; Is 8Yr. financing available BLACKBERRY PLANTS: Ok- .\ nn: ,,\TI\I!: on jl"w n. Owm-r, "'> prrmlst'xsiMiirili h"Jv'i> school <"iirBtloi< / : Ollminr po'lprt' _Ptcl" ,. '; 3 24

; lawaha and Floilarand : potted ntfF.sn < O Ko\ ,.
t \'' UrltiI': .r Co. Maxvlllc( Ph ?< !0-
a sure way of spelling doomto -- --- or bate (toot,-Mrs \V. A r>vo l-autlful I lots! ocilookinuTamptm .'WI.1!:! : l i MM'.I.l 't>,.>. or I I'llnnr.. :2:!oll 2tp :131vr : WITTY will paInt! -our( ,slum

EXTRA CASH the sticky pest. The time to Use Our Rental-Pur- Stein Sta'kf. 301 South. I Is, I -'kf' A ;'1'1'fc't< 1 t It p'or ,\i. ')-ri.-5:! sifter i 6: i I',"111.rrn Piofcssloiial' and at foinnvr-

pull Is as noon 119" ;you (can rocognlze chase, Plan-Payments house beyond brl.ge on rlpht t h-o modern homes sur'PV -lal prices. Call 964-7774
i -""
the. plant in the spring. nii>rk :Cud vvliltc spot-
Under $;))0 Pl"rIonth: 2U-h\ :3 I 2 4 9'id I Mtlo'" Inyiiniii'' '" fu"n- 4lp 4HS"I ;
Continue to pull' until the la-.t: 1.IlVilker! nrilf. a'so' white
"hnd. I\tilrl Ri'jtt-lci'" < I IM< I Ino.fin :: ; Hr.'rrhecI'n:! !! : 1
; Get: the need for mature In the fall.OhiMniral FOR SALE OR LEA -Fur Wi'kPr f mnle hpt'pplHI"lh.-
money you spurs -.i',.,. '. \"/,-' St Nc.-- rC"R !
!) for o.i"'i:) I'J' A iV.ii < :3R1! I imi .. K: 2 h: rnrrlv ''11'-
( out rui fished! house! barn. a.'rsns! \ :w ion ir(1 Hrmpton. D.ilp'-
J. Thomas. Tfl.. Ofi4--5701". lei-ji.iled Txuxt: "I'\C'; : heiit- ntsh"ci fr.i'tip house on 1 irre
Easter Expenses Taxes With a bit of luck and a lot iiow'Mobile Rea cn hl' tfi-ms. Rcdncy P t'p-"V P'l 471-4415 !I'
or er. gIt. :s ta\el1:: hI"f ','qt! ,r ')>t land: ,' 1th :d"ep' vill outrp.

of patience you can kill aml-/ Hall Phone Keystone 473 "roi''TF'''T Vr TTT INVKSTVlth ; heater furnishd.: one block.1 I Treated 2'' miles K: of Stpv'ce, '
spurs, Bays Dr. O. C. H.>m. 3152. ?tp32<' "'r co \11--S'11'P7.5'5' srnvp'Vi ..
Emergency Come i clT'ol riioiic 984-03jl Rnu'B 100 A Rpqwlr$750'
any . 'IFNT n rr. ..-=tn r><'iii. niCMPPOPT :rom ; I I
turf specialist with the Agl'l.cultural Home SitesAVAILABLE > '
http l rnff'->
iii"s Rpfir"1ot.r
'9. ()(5j1I'< > equity sal) take up pnvmen'-s' i
101A, II rohe:! orflATPPT .
in or phone us today. Experiment Stations( JOBS ElP-Hi.: Ire BOX" ->r $67 :24 r.e imo for less t'nn i
i from OAINES-
If have or bcrmuda CYV.'nlt ,
zoysia JOB C'PPOR.'TTTN1 -
: you I Furnitiivp Electric ArpllanprTnnls '
-
I 7 v"nr'. full qfl4- 7'11 1 It'-h"
,. grass use Da MA.- III,." Full Lake Privileges Uriiili'r, & I UniKlIni' ''1T', E \WNINO COV..> 'n- ".{" ';-PS: ni r\""lii'ii-e, P 'e'cdWe Bmf. Trailers\ nn- I

known aa Dl-Mct to kill Homestead! Exempt- Oipriitiir| ::51.1.1141) ", itt! FHFE wild GUARANTEE I linin t you After 1 "' ck' i mnnv items to choose from FOR RENT: 2n-l floor offices,

TOWNEIHZtNCE I aandspurs. Financing \\altrl'l: ... <.\, n.','. :17fl-BR8! _"' ralnn! period irurnntPKl! i We buy. *"ll or trade Come corner Call & Walnut Sts

For best results apply this Urh.r city Open '
deadly arsenic mixture while Single Itillri-.l :MunRoom '!I"xt"'l1ent! condition. Phone I EcI\I'Al'ri. at !flQ-i, Ol tfcha Tifl-'lne, Post. :2'a! miles' north "tc If Int re5ted. inquire it

the plants are in the juvenile Lake Geneva X: ..$73.00 :.Month.Lodlra '1i45t',..t "" '7R"7= lh'h'rAIT of Starke! on 301. 2tp 'I 31 Bulllngton's 4tch 4 1 14
stage since they are easier to If j "u need a iiiulil \V & H profes: lonnl; : stai: nn-

CO. discourage at th's' tender age!, or Hi>iiHpkvfMT. | Call ..'... STRt.ITC1plum')- .I office cleaning. Call DB -77H
FOR
Trailer Sales 1 4> 4fl: I FOrt SAtE 1981 Venture Pon- SALE: Mlr-or 38 x 48 I
For a complete kill yonllneed Central 'lag I'Tilr: Phone 96 -6511. 17 n tla'hardtap: Air condition: Inches 2300. Phone 064-0115 1

to apply the chemicals years eocpel'l; 'nce. tfchg I FCR RENT--1 I h.'. n1rtmentCoiIle 1
I On Rnntr KM, One Mile SE': 'I radio heater crulsematlc Up
226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. from three to seven times I
I Employment I Hh 1 rrmll chill! \
Keystone. Hrlrhtu or v ""e 'd. power brakes and

Phone!>fil-!>091 t with five\ to each application/ from Be I Open Run. & Evenings :-I-R\'ICF.: WANTED-Curb .girl. Must be I I Fuinlshrl 4:1R E MndUon St I te 'rlnr: Excellent condltor.r FOR SALE-7 ft. Cvcle Mow.

seven days apart. 21 nV! | ftply! in.. "'r.on ph>.".' "hi, !1" i aft5 ,, .,... .
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.t /Five Acres Is A Lot Of Dirt .. I Sour JOE (Ski) VALtNSKI

I Strawberry Vaults, NOVV I I
'I T\\'f) tentative proposals[ : ; : with nc- As! for the argument that live( uer's/ I Phone {lR9.402l61H1L. !! Phone KI-I)7; () ;) :53):l > l E. :South; St.

comp.in.v.( sketches, were presented lire necessary; for possible! future expansion I I I Hond IB East Stni'ke, Kin. == -- --- --_,_,__ I ,
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souse time ago> LV) the architect to the let's see what the plans: call I I

Ilo.ml, of County Commissioners>{ pertaining for along: that Imp. Even takiiij the ----....

tci the proposed new courthouse maximum projection of a two toiy.

140 by 80 ft. addition plus II uuKfnt-: 3

Om of t these! 1 plans 1 pioieiteil: the 'ed 5J by 176 ft. !heiifl' office and Cl I >

new courthouse( on a l three acre :site, county jail complex-all this. with the "Bankil ;

! and the other .showed it geared: to a original building would cover onh ,

fixe acre :*ttr with rather elaborate :"fi..r>00 !square feet of prouiul :still \ '

plans for future expansion.) considerably less than an JUMP. A thiee- -.. L.r .. .. -- ------- -.-. _,.. BY MAIUsaves

:Siil.eiiient; '| conversations) revealed acre site would still leave more than '
Sometimes We Wonder
1 hat t theiciis :some< sentiment on the two /acres for parking' and other pur a lot \ I

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members. J'U\'ol'uble to a five acre equal to two blocks the size of the -til In the hit milk nilxtui of time and '

Mtl. one in which the post office i is located.If I'oiu Into greased hikin ,

At tilt! time we expressed!. doubts the new courthouse were to be located d NEWS And NOTES rtl-h. set In }pin: of hot \uitei '

1 that a fivelinesite i is necessary: for in the "wide open spaces" perhaps Bake nt 350 clemees 1 linod- energy rv a

the CUll 1'1 house: -e\en taking into consideration this matter of excess area would For Today's Homemakers "inte ovnl I I hour, 01 until

possible. future expansion. not be ::00 important (even then it yet Tom servings, Va'tatiotl: in this '

Today we still have those doubts. would not be desirable to auitiiie mote! By Martha Sue McCnln For raisins! 01 nuts substitute 13 / -

Five acres) is a lot of gl'oulld-eiilpec- land than i is reasonably needed) But County Extension chopped:! dates, figs< 01 prunes busy worldly!

ially in the heart of the city--and if the Commission' heeds the voice of I Home Economics Agent! Cock In t time inn( be shortened I .
to :HO minute lndildual
; by ushm -
r that is: where a majority of citizens, !the people, the new_ courthouse will!I II F. ', custard cups. For an ex- In good weatherorbad;'
who have expressed an opinion have iOCated as close the site '. .
ue 10 present: I ti i flourish garnish w lain a i. ; '
indicated they want the new courthouse as possible, and the acquisition of BItE.K"STS'II'SW.'. | peaches cooked prunes,, pineapple 'or $green cherry. banking by mail is one
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to be. more property than Is needed( will not Are you a breakfast skipper? chunks 01 other" fuilt of the greatest conveniences ,

It''ou'l'e wondering .just how large only be expensive . it will needlessly Breakfast sklpp-is art! likelyto I I Tty toasted wafllf.i, with our "Full Serv {' 1 1ice"
look feel mld-momlng!; fatlwie I straw bellies I II Mil'11l'' I a: 'inIn ; ,
a 1i I e-acre plot really is i take a !' disrupt homeowners and established I nrrnvt:
Skipping breakfast dues not | Vary toast with a eprehdbutter 1 IK'nil" /'hurl. llrudlrrd. bank offers depos*
at the aerial above In .
photograph ] businesses.It I huh.H. 1'I lurliliit I" I IIHIII t r>
I mean a loss In weight If you I spiend Blend ennui ''1 il-i. Ni I I6Y1: I itors.TrYitAskorwritous !
order to make! it clearer\ we have out- has been said in some quarters| : '
i ole ttyliig to redact since amounts of butter with biownI : W"II"I.I I r.,Hill"r. I lnnl, art'.
, lined an area" of approximately four that locating the new courthouse on missing a meal just whets the I sugar 01 honey: flavor with \K, Karen, K. i 'in 1 ni.r. rn.r1< 'udml! for free banking-by k '
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acres, including four city blocks. its present site, or even nearby, "will I appetite for the next one. !, Hinted: lemon ot oiniue rind '1',.. I\I119'II, I i I K f..11.I i li.t,. I I" mail forms: today.
If you want\ to walk around it, just: not help business on Call street." A good breakfast should include cinnamon 01 Instant toffee south ,Minn' ,,,, AvI. I n Ilu''nit, 4

to get an idea how big it really Ustait'at Those who express! this view believe I about a third to a fourth Serve breakfast in the kit- I,: I..i'h.;, lllcI ,'tllYou ,. In..n, LV l llnllll, ,ll 'III, ItIIIIH

\ the county agricultural! build- that the old. established business! district of the day's food lequiicment chen buffet style. n "lilt I fi>l. ell" ..... ,. I I.. n, 111.1nanln.t ,1
! STOKE: :.i E.1TS l'sR RE:1'LY .. vi.U"I In I In I I b.v 11 ,J I I.1
inv1 ( of Avenue and Include protein and vitaminC I
corner Temple is!' shifting, and that nothing can 1 .hllrl. nuil atiHt .nu.l. l \ ..,"I ., ,. FLORIDA
1 Jefferson! Ft.) walk south to the corner be clone to preserve: the status quo. In your breakfast mon'ii< Since meat taken such a bin ?.Itliltil 1 li. .*.|.%? ... ni4i> i'i' taut
of Moore's service station For protein and energy I chunk of the family fooj dollar II1KUI, I il,. plniilllIK" ,III ,III.. "'' 1
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This might be true-and. if it i is. that ,.
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Milk will every precaution should I 11.1' "II' Ii" I 1'1..1"'IIf-I+ I \1 .
. thence east t to the old Dixie Grill turn i is all the that'E'Vpl'yt hin .' serve eggs or meat. 1"111" \ II; Ii'. .. II ', '
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be taken in Carina \ '
calcium. ru out pioperly .
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north and walk to the Magnolia Hotel, should be done to bring new construction the energy needs and aid Im- I 1.1.I .m.l,,,,I I I'I"II. "!. "I"IIl'I 'III.,"I n, : '
hence! west to starting point. Quitean whenever possible, into the heartof ) POI tllnt Iron and vitamins,, I A highly: perishable food 'II, "''It. '..I iih"'. i '1 li.. 1 K ..r III'I i iII
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area isn't it ? town where it will serve a double serve enilched and whole\ I meat should' be bonxht'' In ',1.1' ii I I.,1 .f \.."11 i i I..'... '"tI"i i u '"' of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group
If memdi'.v serves us right, the State purpose of urban renewal preventing ;grain breads such AOJ j lolls quU'kly-usnbie quantities tin. 111..1.iiii",ni, '"r 'niiini .' I .",
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leis It Is be frozen un-// nun i 1,1..1 i i- nI
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(Capitol in Tallahassee! : nc-dipies a j site further deterioration in this area. muffins cereals toast waffles I 1. -'. I l? nu'I Member federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
that is handy( more imposing, and the There I is nothing to be !gained\ in pancakes. |I and proper hone stoui e '1"hlr.t, ,, ". -1,11. I" 1,111-I.d, I ,
retard .
How can you add loftiest to Important In helplnv 1" 1 I n'' .I I I''I 'I.I .b-
new Alcuhua County courthouse gets building up one part of town at the breakfast the growth of mlrro-orsait; -

aloiur with slightly less than an acre. expense of another, for vacant build- Serve hot corral with sliced I isms. on the sin face of the .
In the f two plans under consideration ing i is a black eye for a tow'n, no matter meat Stoic In coldest part ofl'I'fatellltor.

1 the new' tomthousp:< is: tentatively t where it 1 is located and the overall right time thU yoni to i make : directly und 'i 1' theft

described!' as a two story building, effect i is to hurt the retire community the full a real stmwbtiiy' festival l'czuig.. coniiaitaient

I approximately! 170 feet wide by 90 not just!' the area) where the I I1Icat(1 !. to>. The times has Large cu' of meat \nlt:' keep
feet( t deep. This means:+ it would cover \' building/ I is located.If br-en Just about pel fee.-piovldlnx lonpei/! than smallci, an 's

an argot (>If 15.810; "square fert--or just business\ is' shifting/. then lh location : the \\'l'othC'lmnn :gives Largo roasts i will keep well steaks up

! n little over( a third of an IU" '''. On a of the new courthouse! ,bt-ccmo-i; us a bleak and we havo (dear. I ti should( a week be u-,Chops cd within and thre' to !I

ti\'t'-I\'I'P\ plot t this' would, leave four doubly important to the central business warm days for. *the* event five days Use! ground 01 mechanically -

and two thirds acres for off-treot district. If it i is located "clovs. in" tcn-eiUi-d, meaty
We wrote "recently: shout
\ piukintr' and lindseiipincr..+ :' The Florida then undoubtedly I some of the buildings KPin an uiniicllUo. ( at our I within one o- two days* 1&

, .' flank at St.irke. with its: ample! pnrlc- that are now being/ vacated/ for phi'<-. and! have since :heard a Flesh fish poulti" and ik

f mi' SP):UP. icrupips( a site that I is CON-:-: business purposes) will be tilled bv; professional n mibci' of poisons S'DFUAIILY' : I HSS THAN AN offices!' that naturally cluster (hit the animal Is far from I ppihhnble and:: should chase be used cej

'j. Af 111]. ,Four and two-third acres for around a courthouse. b' In'' a curiosity aionid+ : thlairn. quickly CoM cuts nffpui mid (ru" d meat'

pniktni and l ndscapmi: !' seems" snme- As we !see it, everything possible: and hns heroine :Inthln"i foUl h as hdi.i.: tankfur'-"'
.4;q what in the realm of fantasy. The /should be done to !gain the maximum but, a pest. riom that WI! 01 con. bologna mid smoked: ,an I
.. told land: have seen at outplace
iipkptp ot grounds nn such an area/ urban-renewal benefit from our new tool I the armored,' rascal' .nee lefih'i.H-d in thcli\( 01+

(I would Ijc- no inconsideruMc, item in it- courthouse. This can/ be clone only diets::! and roots: aioun-1 lll'c: n I I'lnnl parka, 'n'* will "retain

U MiriU with a !site as close to the present: one plncy-woods hex and can ruin fond quality .for up to a week
With lonum" stonage; ra II' IdltyI
as }possible. a place In 1shI.t( time.
, t j of fat t will ;),' may be"fulI" > ( no
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I I 81)1'ln: U here and fir dogwoods I tlCCfl ble.PI'opel'.
I And that if he uett nt !least $3 !stand out with their storage of meat.
; Farmer's Diary I IIt i a flat he will have a rood 1 e'cgau' while' blooms dud J foi :lakes a lillle extra time and
season color. the azaleas ate i Putting: I pitY> olf in bU dlvi-endh
By Sam Mcftarvey : on a show In just about even In honor aRice 1 vVi"',-kXuich

It In that connection we have ..shade of the r lnbo\\'. Even:: ; : 13.19 1 eie's to "ricer .
one of the best In this! ales of
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been informed that for the the ditches rue u picttv dhtlow I'
the state. time being/ this section I* the as! thousands of tain I' (IK\M: : ;
only one In the count>. excepting lilies are in bloom. unc-half! i up heavy oeam/
I I The facilities have been en- California in full I one-lj.lf LUsugai'. 1 cup!

latged there have been R rec- production. Planllnns/ As far as we arc OIIl'I'ned. deed:( fresh 01 ell used pineapple -
ord breaklnr:: number of exI state are reported: to though' one of the pettiest 1 I well, 01 all ltd: I'j' cups
habits entered the committeemembers the way out and the down-I sljhts these days is one of cold conked rice, one-half
have made complete I competition except for blue sky and a sun which Is> I 1 teaspoon va uila
arrangements in short i) fOI nla. will be from :Mexico tying! up our cliUewny It was, I Whip the cream until stiff
;. everything possible has! been I)i almost: passable last week i I Combine susai, p'noipple"ike. '! / .
9 Now I.* the tlm to make done to make your visit at the ,. So it may be that eveivthiiv, : when ue had another heavy : and %",'mllla. Chi:1 thol"I I
pin n, fur attending the Fair fair a rewarding one. I[ of f I oushly Det': "' IIPI'vlng.< For" .
which I I has worked out fine fog ourarowers showei and at the time VJ( Clifrrnlttmjwft, Sport Sedanpucay
V nt opens next Wednesday I|I and that th"y will! wiltln/ the driveway U 'too(1 I I ailety. "iibstltute another ( / /away> /gad ImpaUi Spin t Coupe. t
noon.'Ith the '
3tark Roto I
Beiry growers ate starting'to 'o"h in on their ciop We hjpe only for ducks with over>hoc i i canned fruit' drained from its '
iv CIlb'RuralUI'ban' Day pick and the forecast! by 60. as the $500.000 or so berry on. I i juice. for the plrieapplvi., :: 01 Drive a great buy. Buy a great drive. Impala 66
llsh fry and runs for four ac- one veteran grower Lloyd I'i iOiiffls I Income Is a.i ImpoiUnt add one-hiU: cup of shse-daa
tion-packed days through U' that thp pUntlnusI. part( of our economy We know there ate mote!''I 1 i coconut. I HOT cio--* are yon to your nearest Chevrolet dealer.
Satuidav night it will be the will be in full production by I pressing problems -Vltt Nam The mild flavor of }lice CHEVROLET A mile? A block? Hurry on down! 'fhat'ohow: tlos: you
blsnest and best In Bradford early next week. He said his I The crop will;come In at the 01 state .'olltlcs or the courthouse j teams up win" the tangy flavor are to a Double Dividend buy on a Jet-smnother 'fib;
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Counts history and Indeed, plants are loaded with\ fruit site locally but the politician of pineapple for a dcsuit! DOUBLE Impala Choose Rakish hardtops convertibles, sedans
that first comes up i as good to ret as it H fooJ: to I II wagons. Pick! Turbo-Jet VS power on order to 4J5:!: hp. Aad.!

-- with a /good Oilveway Program I look at. For conv;nlcnii* sake DIVIDEND DAIS !t Luxuries from Strato-bucket seats. to AM/FM: I Multiple

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Is sure to net elected: I I rice and pineapple cream tours des- Stereo radio. Act! Double Dividend Days are here !

and stay that way Locationof i Oett can be prepare:! NO. 1 BOYS NO. 1 CARS Fight. .futurt* now itandard for your ....
ESTABLISHED 1879 the courthouse In impotant | uhead of dinner. Mak''.s six Now >at your Chevrolet dealer's Mtoty, including outsid !ours' (DM .* "GM!
undoubtedly but hat I servings passing),shatter'iniilanl inside mirror and .1 mI :w [ ]
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1:. L. MATTHCW EDITOR AND PUBUVHB-: diffeienc'1 does It mako whereIt Kltfc; (;1.:01:; l lKl) haute hoot and Mat (alwayi buckle up!%
Is. If you can't e.enlet Two cups milk 1 cup cook
FLORIDA, OLOUT WICKLY NEW..PAPCM PU.L..HIO. CON- your car out of the d..teway'We \ '! ed ilce. 1 tablespoon butter or AH kinds of rood( bays aD''hi one pTaee....t JOur Chevrolet dealer's: Chevrolet. Chevelle. Chevy H; Corvair Corvetto...
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TINUOUM.V UNDEK THI SAME MASTHEAD maigailne one-thiul cup --.--- .. -
are only Vddlnf' ugar:; --fourth, t tispoon .. 09 8111
U.LI.HIED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTCRCD A. SCCONO CLARK MATTE AT THI
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though! know salt. thid raisins
as we our driveway : one- cup or I
PORT OFPICC: AT STARK FLA. UNDER Aar Or. MARCH *. i.7.. Is our own problem and nuts, 2 exit: beaten;
we expect no help from the I' Heat milk: aid: rlre. and WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC
EN THE TRADE: AREA ONB]!> TEAR $3.50 - 8DC MONTHS $2.00 county or from anyone else butter or iraisriulne ,

ofrrsmK TRAHB: AHELA ON'll TEAR 14.00 HOC MONTHS! $2.9e: I We know were stuck with It Add si i".11' salt and ..
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Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer and Mrs. John Wyrlck. I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I ., ., her nephe"V, Elmer Miller whois I family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and) Mrs. Billy Alvar-a

l Meeting Friday. 7:30: p. m. Miss Arthurlne Blanchard a patient in the Veterans MI' and Mrs. H. E. Ciawford! and Mr. and MM Doyle Oriffls -

LA WILY Highland Baptist: Sunday ot! Jacksonville! and Miss Enni! :! BROOKERBy RCIII' Kingsley{ I ;"Lk1;; ; Hospital in Lake City Sunlay and sons of Jacksonville Edward Crawford and- and of Stalke.Johiinv Mrs. Saole Elder !-

I School. 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 Blanchard spent the weekend I afternoon. "Mr.- and Mrs. Lott. all attended -

a. m. and 7 p. in. Prayer with Mr. and Mrs. Geow; MI' an.l Mrs. Russell 1! H. and daughter of Oalnes- the Country :Mutfc
By Emit B! ncb.r< I Meeting. Wedneesday. 7 p. m. White In Mount Dora. Mrs. Betty lisbon! I JLNEWS I Mm. K. M. Norton Raulersor. and daughter/ have ville were Sunday guests of Festival at the Coliseum :n

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CHURCH Choir Practice Saturday 7 p. White Is remembered as Rose 1,,vvvyyvvvvyvyyyvy. rhoue 51320BIkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4: mcved their mobile.: home to Mr. and Mr. Gerald Crawford Jacksonville Saturday nightA

Mary Hull. granddaughter ,)f j I .1 Jacksonville where they: w'Ube ar.d sons.
m.On 4-11 CLIH: NEWS J. Clarified ltd' In
ACTIVITIES Kenneth
Sunday of last week Mr. Mr. an.3 Mrs.\ Walz who were i Invitee living now. Mr. and Mrs. the TK.I.E-
The boy! and Klrls of the i iBrookcr I Churches Are J.ick-onviile!: iRAPll bring .
WSCS members met wif.iMrs : Carterof Elder and son of results.ARE
and Mrs. Joe Starling celebrated residents of Lawtey for a good I Their Schedule j Mrs. J. M. Bradley Is rpenil- Mr. and Mrs. Henry
4-H Club met Mon To List I
Ernest Bailey at the parsonage 'U.S.Iaxte: Sunday guests )t !Urj.)
visited weie
their 59th wedding anniversary Maxvllle
many years.Mrs. I This Column i I rig several days In Jackson-
night at the school lunch- In
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day
Thursday night, larch Jointly. with both of V. R. Reddish Is a patient VBAPTIST isle with relatives. Carter Sr. last week. Sadie Elder and family.Mr.

17 their birthdays. at a family In Bradford County Hospital room. The business session! MADISON STREET I :Mrs.\ David Cottle visited Woodrow Callan is home I and Mrs. Ralph Forehand I I TERMITES
The MYF Sub-District dinner. About 125 were In attendance In Starke. Her many: was centeied primarily uroii'i. CtiritCTI' from the hospital and is dolru and children of Jacksonville : I

meeting was held at the including all of their: friends hope that she will soonI'ecovel' the projects tar: the fair find Sunday services: Sunday !i-': better at this time. I were Sunday:! visitors DESTROYING
for carrying thruusli I Inlth .naming Union, 6:30: p. m.
Methodist Church Monday children, approximately' 59 pinns : Si'hool! 9:45: a. m. Morning1 Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Johiv.nn; ol Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller YOUR HOME?
night March 21. at 7:30: o'- them. :Mi. Taylor flub | Intrrmed1' 'Svtnlng!: Wer< grandchildren and more than Mrs. W. F. Moore spent the Worship 11 a. m. of Dothiin.; Ala.: spent last and family.
clock with the host group in 30 grea tgrandchl1dren.MI's. week In Leesl>urg with :Mr. >-j onsor. discusssd t with) the iatea aiw Ymma<< Piople's I s Prayer Service. WednwJoy. L.r'algRl't -. 'weekend with Mr. and! MiiW. Rex Brown of :Miami spentthe FREE
mRev. U.
7:30
people what till.RE ( : :p. .
charge of the program. Fifty R. E. Lee. her son. and and Mrs. Jimmie Moore and' ycung Choir practice 4:43: p. m F. Cooley. weekend with :Mr. and
vouns; people attended. representing Ricky Moore were in Arlington ; their daughter' Mary Elizabeth would be acceptable and b "'t Youth Fellowship 5:45: 1 pastor.PREEASTEK MUSICAlE James Fuquay has been I',.- Mrs. George W. Brown. INSPECTIONCttf4I

seven churches. Sunday afternoon whel'ethey who arrived March 13. to b AT PARK OF PALMSHenry
i the close of the business mect-
Grace Methodist: Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. O.Li. ALa Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Prayer Clicle. 7:13.: :>> Evening where he has been confined : E. :M. Norton: Maxle
School 9:45: a. m. Worship, Peterson. Mr. Peterson is at I Moore. Jr. have announc'-cl( inK. the Ill'OUPI' as enlertnlned Worship. 7:30.Wednesday: Fluegge. wellknovnKeystone for some time due to ai. Norton. Randy Miller. Ron<\ld. PS3tC4IIDIO
Castlen. on tvuitrtr.. : Heights organ'rl.!; .
Ham. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer home after spending several the ai\rival' of a son on March by Tony : Prayer and auto accident. He is convale'4"clnK Donald and Willie CV.-'ffes: all I
Circle Monday [9 a. m. MYP days In thee hospital. 16 in Homestead. and Mr. Taylor in a sons: -st. Praise, Service. 7:30: p. m .till be featured in a pre- at the home of his parents j I ent to Lake Yale for a wo-k Ii i
musicals Pnrk-of-
Easter at
Wednesday. 8 p. In. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Saturday overnight: guests Later the refreshments.4-H'ers enjoyed:\delicious -. Church Choir practice. II::3D. the-Palms Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Fn- day at the Baptist Assembly 539 E. CaM 964-396S:\

First Baptist : Sunday Mrs. Joyce T. Futch wore in of Mr. an.d Mrs. W. H. Goolsbywere : Thursday: Sunbeams JunIor Grounds last Saturday. I
Pearl Markey served as chap- March 26. at 8 o'clock.. TheEaster quay.Miss ,
School. 10 a. m. Worship 11 Tallahassee last weekend Mrs. Goolsby's brother- and Intermediate OA's. will be narrated Sylvia Norton and I I,
story
a m and 8 p. m. Training! having' been called there to be in-law and sister Mr. and erone. 1:30: p. m. Beginner Primary, Richard Macheda of Jackson7: '
by Mrs. Fluegge, who will also
Union 7 p. m. Midweek Ser-. with Mrs. Futch's daughter. Mrs Tommy Baker and children !- IMPROVEMENTS: FOR and Junior Choir. 4:30.: ) play several numbers on the vllle were Sunday dinn-i- That's Our Business

\Wednesday."" 8 p. m. Mary Julia, who was a patient of Charleston S. C. CRUOKEK( SCHOOL? A place for all ages. Nursery lI?l1s. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. GLASS
Church 01 God In Tallahassee Memorial Hos Reddishand In a special meeting of thi Felder L. Rowan Norton and family.
: Suiidaj P Mr. and Mrs. Ray provided. RPV. There will be no admission' "If It's Class" We Have it"L
other BrookL-r oeo- -
School 10 a m. Worship. Tl]L pital. Thy also visited their :Michael of Porto Ale a offeringwill ..
a tn. and 7pm, YPE eacl t brother-in-law and sL ter, Mr Brazil, are spendlnpt,: their vac- pie :who wire.interested. .a_dl.-! : I' be taken.NOUTIISMJE. daughter of Jacksonville! .1':.' I CALL WRITE or VISIT
I atlon with Mr. Reddish's!! parents oussum was nej; receuuy M TINE LEVEL BAPTIST Saturday guests of Mr. 'IP'' FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Mr and Mrs B. E. Reddish the school concerninn the: coidUlon Sunday School, 10 a. m ) BAPTIST :Mrs. :Maxie:. Carter Sr

ol the school and what: Morning Worship! 11 I a. //11> Located on Bayless] Hlg'1'WIl.V Mr. and Mrs C W Huff- We Design! Modern Store Fronts

J.ihnny Red rave of LosAnncles. could be done moderator to Improve Howard It.ActlHK Pre-Servrcps I Boaster: B.md ISR 225 IBt Halford Road Jacksonville visltd :Mr. CI.1t I' 'f Just :Mail Us A I Pattern For

Calif., now stationed us Introduced, Rod'ity Youn-. people. and Prayer 'SR 101. Services: Sunday Whitehead Friday. I : Tops

with the Navy In Okinawa, l.s Douglas/ Schoo: SenlcPl.; I 6 p. in. EvrnlniiWorship. : School. 10 a. m. Sundat!\ Mr. and Mrs. Rav :Mllleind
of his leave Hull and Art Holiday. 7 p. m. Mi.'iveekService. Morning family! visited' friends a.". '
i spending: part Board members who gavetheir 7:30 Worship: 11 a. m I A SHEA'i:GLASS CO.
'p with grandparents. \ Mr. views on present conJition ; : Wednesday. : pm.Rev. Training Union. 6:39: p. m relatives In Jacksonville l\"t t L
D. L. Ramspy. )pas t r
and Mrs. O. J. Anders. HP ha # ana:! possibilities. of !'uttie I- Evening Service7:30.: :MIdWeek Saturday.Mr. I -' ( JN('.)
I ;aeen away 15 months. Mr. Improv. ment. After sore: tor. Prayer Service: Wedno-- BILl DIre i M C >v-SK- e

and Mrs Johnny Jenkins and dl. cu .sicn by the gioup.: it CALVARY BAPTIST day, 7:30.: -Re\. Glenn Lay of Jacksonville were guests of 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

I {hlldieit of Jacksonville were wns .jeclded! to uppioach tlie Sunday School 10 a. m. 1Moinlna 1 lion pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macy and ,-

I Sunday visitors. School Board and! ask for us Worship, 11 n. mi I

\ Vl.IUnl11'! : and Mrs. M. L. "(stance in bringing! our school Training,. Union, 6:30: p in. '

Turner during the weekend ap to par. This. was to bt': clussed )!-?- !! Evening Service. 7:30: ) Prayel1Meeting. '

were their son-in-law: an on Thursday. March |I : Werincu-ny.' 7:30: p
I laughter. :Mr. and :Mrs. Hoarr"ushina 24. m.Rev R. H. Butler, !piistornOATHRAIN : An investment in Your

I and daughters of .

I[ Tallahassee: and of Mr.Jacksonville and: :MISTed : Ufc.C'Hr.ATIO.PKOKAM A recreational program\ Sunday S:'h'ol\PTIST) 10 1m ",' .' "':1 ': 1 \ l1 I Future'f.
Payplech I [
-, Mr and:! Mrs. :Maxlc Rerfjlsh; ) being: prepared by the tirool.e. :Morning! Worship. 11 a. m L 1' u t: [t L! UILU l \
'h 0:30 m ;
,# md childfn! of Ralford: were Recreation Committee and 1'l'aln1n'Union.. ( : p. t ..lwl IM lluuri U, Dm d rm twt k _
Saturday visitors of! Mr. an school p.lnoiiJdl., V. R. Fe:' ,lI"- Evening Worship, 7:30.: Fray-

Mrs L. M. McClallan. Vlt-kJ: on. In order to make! this pro- Moetlnn.: :. Wedne.dii> 7:3f:

and Donald remained withi mc.m. a success it will take p. m. -Rev. R. E. Beric.strompiistor. *

y. i their grandparents: : until Sun-: 1 the efforts of all of! us! '1..1I.u't : .

I I I day. | : a few. Suggested: ac'lvlves. AIRPARK BAPTIST The church encourages. '

Mr and Mrs. Brant Cartel' have been softball for bOYS Sunday School 9:45: 11, m

tnd chlldien.: and! :Mrs. Lueillartirett !\ I incl: girls: len tI1el craft volleyball Morning. : Worship. 11 1m,
Therogl'am
and square dancing READING GOD'S
and sans of Doctor' will from JUI't3 Evening! ServK-e.' 7:30: p. mPraYf'I' WORD
) run
KcnnLJnzy
and Mr. and Mrs.
Inlet Meeting. Weclnces-day!
It's good to get home... of High Springs hpentv : to July: 25. All parents eie Training! Union:
7:30 m.
:
after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's .- "-,iI" ....I'. and! Mr-- \", ged chl'.dren to: cooperate In as many and pnrnl'our activities : Friday p. 7:30: p. m. -Itsv E L The reaJing of Cod's word Is a neglected! _

pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In William Patrick. as vou feel) him capable Qrlffls. pastor. love by many today. H baa been too easyto 4
:Mr and Mrs: J. C. TV? .
fact, 65% of all the beer produced in this country John nfl Pamela were visitlnr; if i nllim in..VATIK LAI'RA JtPTI'TSunday forget the price paid by many in

is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it r-- :Mr and :MrE.. M. Mathe.- SYSTEM! : :NEAR School. 9:4R: m
:Morning Worship.! 11 T. in the past, to make the Bible! available to ,J "
news your zest. So, make yourself at home. n Jacksonville, Sunday. !Mr "j!he> w-u t'r 'Astern for Brook
with beer. find :Mr. E J. Raulsrson an .'iis 1 finally a reality. In s Evening' Worship. 7:30::: I p. inPrayer all. There was a time when men (
Wl'dl1e"h\
Meeting
Owt'n were Saturday over .'illicit: ;Meeting: ; last week! :
I RAM 7:30: p. m.-Rov. LutheMi: : were hungry for all the wonderful z''
of Marklee ii.vas
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @1: nighttifiU;( ( mel plans: were nine and .
r.a BOX 279 WINTER PARK, FLORIDA. lerson and: family in Man1: announced that :nctun: : One pastor.UROOKKR messag s'conuiDe cello eor-ce and! Marie camp "onvtriictlon should basin 111.1-: : : BAPTIST l

home with them for a visit. week. Two loads of pipe have Sunday Schaol. 10 a m The Bible is full of wisdom sail ,, 1 ,) ,,

tithed here and: should: besetting Morning Worship.! 11 1m / '
/ the
--- :. teachings that men need. '
under the ground ininedlately. Training union uao:; p. In

In other Council Evening Won-liip. 730. Prayer "Man doth/ not live by bread only, / p

:business lutUle veloomen's Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: -
but by word thatproceedeth /2 t 4 '
every S ,
dis-
0"" our little town were RA. OA. and Sunbeams e.-en : -
Sixth ussed sli'thtly but not ''n el'-! other Thursday afternoon. ,',' ; ,
District Senatorial R out c/ tte mouth -
JceTHEY'RE tall. You'll hear more about Rev. James Temple pastor.! #
this later. / On Lord."
DtDAN:: BAITIST (tBrooker! ]
S U'TV1F.E'fINU: :
The annual Safety Meeting Sunday School 10 1m T7tt,.,

OFF AND RUNNING! if :McKenzte: Tank Lines way; :M0I'ningVoIshIp, 11 .a m =__._'h, __..__ =_ ."
Training Union. 7 EvenIng gf .i
p. m. ::: i-= g'S'
held in the office last Satui1lay
Service. 8 Rev -'; :II' _
p. m. : : ''' : :\ -.:
: nfternoan. At this meet- F.r: <:..= t. !-""' -<=- \'
Lacy Conway, pastor. -
But iip. safety IWal'S1'1'0 precnted == ;>' ,j;!
can't tell 'em without
you a program6th McKenzie: drivers for Clll'Ilfll: OF GOD /OII\: t'!:

their fine record during the 22 N: St C'.air; I't.' Stiu-ke. \
ww'ft'! Kit. tturtli k Rods oppoinM. mjmry nhMtM t I'
;'ust yenr. Receiving a 4-yjn: Sunday School. 10 a, m. SV: to iptotfnt !lot....Ied..W. Ills..toitond M I ,i

bward) was V. C. Robinson Voi-ahip Services\ 11 a. m am :..:\:; c. .4 DISTRICT Taking n three-year awar '::30 p. In. YPE. Weclne.-iJay ::itA' .Idol" I bit by I4sg. bis ........... W.ih.t, \( ,_

\acre Leroy Stokes: and Harry '::30 p. in Prayerletlnf = MM. J.oui*..| In Hit .low t( tod.M |ot... "!f .
Fowler. Those att ndi"\ thl< Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. ,i.t _. .. i.udy, .. _v ii. lie 1,11.. Iaog ::.,.. fIf" .
meeting were Mr. and Mrs. V Williams pmtor.PENTACOSTAL:* E fA p.nm.i ..id 1M VdU* sivub us bold. ')o..oiI ,.......... '

'. C Robinson, Mr. and Mrs --, s4 ksiisbiy'"" ,.,,1tII. Thin' .'. .... ,V, i4 L' _ _
HOLINESS ::1 Inm.MMttt' ptiiit, .f tN..,tn.thowld' ip.d.. l lttt i:: ,
Jackson Polatka lawyer, Hanad, oil Leroy. Stokes. Art Qu'cksallMr. Sunday School. 10" I ::-::w Clwitli. .IN .Hit. .Htt tl HM ..H...oi k nmi ,
Bryan deal., lobbyist and Mrs. Harry Fowler II. =
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Morning 11 F It" lomilr. 5.yusd "HIM ".
Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond: Rowell Worship, a. m'an'elL'Uc t !
'::\ Service. 7 1 rr I ;:l, -" PS155,55 sM9. ... ..d paduipOti. Ie ,
Ed Bush and George Taylor. Later p. riI _
PoJatka la.y... St.lso, Mldweek! :::s A. a. Owiill WHOM It ...$.. ... rratk (tout T J
In the afternoon, the driversand : Service. Tuesda.v! ) _
; their wives were treat.dto 7:30: p. m..Jack Mesuiti. I _Et1 _'t Hit, dtilk. .!<"dnsny" .Hit. truth whet.. t!Si", "g# J"

Tom Davis lake City candldat. iincs '52. low mall a delicious dinner at 'h' pastor I = :: ..... WhmkisI.sduiIdd.. .. ,,

Park Lane Cafeteria In Oo'i-
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John Due Quincy lo.y.r, Negro, alty. for CORE osvillo.!! Methodist Church =... J..3.l->'! _...':-::;;_,.. =.;. S.-
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PKRSONALS,: Sunday Church School,
VOTE Mr. and :Mrs.\ Carl Svev! f 11:4">: a.In. :Morning Worship.
PETE GIBSa" X Perry successful bUlln.ma"
FORONE ar.d son. :l.lnrtln.slted! her 11 n.m. Youth Choir practice, I

Istcr.. Mrs. Vnheta Trump, on 4 p.m. Sniirk' Supper for :MYF I These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

the/ weekend. They, together 6 p.m. :MYP meetings 0:30.: I
Wayne Mixson Marianna ,p. Fla Farm Iur.aaOdig with the E.: W. Hodges: family Evening Worship, 7:30.:

of Gainesville: enfoyed! :Monday Girl Scout Troop I'II'' Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat MarketAND

Perry d.f.at.d county tax coll.clOf' cook-out at the Hampton meetings in Fellowship Hall: ExchangeFeed'uFertlllsersSeed "YOUK HEALTH IS OUR COLD STORAGE
Murphy Lake home of Mrs. Trumr's No. 605, 3:15: p.m. No. 606. :MAIN CONCERN"Free ;
W> :Specialize' In Cimtoin !Slaughterliilf. -
parents. 4:30: No. 5:30
p.m. 607. : p.m. .
Delivery Phone 961-4101 Cutting A %
WraJlplnlr-
B Palatka author of 24 county Mr and Mrs. Wednesday. and l Poultry Equipment
C Pearce .suiot districts Reed Lewis Primary I I'rrpiiml For I.....p Freeze
and family of WlR-gins. "11il.. Junior Choir practice. 3:15.: 1'\ lCO TIltES-8.\T'nIUES: PHONE 9U-8'i81(
spent the weekend with t.-.. Prayer :Meeting:, 7:30.: I I I'(>trol,,"", Products. SLADE GAS

Leroy Stokes family and the Thursday Chancel; Choir I Irehear"I '

____________________________ t. P. "P,t." Gibson i is the only one of the Carroll Atkinsons. While here ). 7:30: p.m. I I Bradford Abstract Co. and Appliance Center 1i'ttf; :
I they helped celebrate the
:. above who has a proven record of service for all uolden: vefdirur anniversaryof FIRST PKESBYTERIAN j 15* W. CAM STREET OF STARKE. INC.

JI"? ; the people. H. is the only one who has led a fight Mr Lewis' parents. Morning Sunday\ School.Worship.9:45: 11 a.a. m m | Ph. !961) |.6Si1 \Starke Fla. DeWITT C. JONES U.S. 301 NORTH
Saturday: ntaht guest of the FUNERAL HOMES 1'h. !969.3801"Starke) !) Fla.
) k against a sales tax on medicine and groceries and Leroy Stokes family 'vis Youth Fellowship '8 p. m ,
1 Choir Practice Thursday. 7:3t: ( ,I Ip Edwards Grocery & Starke Ph. !9fi)I '1-2600
who has sought prosperity by luring industry into Wayne Black of Moodyville. m.KIXGSLEV. [ Keystone Heights Charley E. Johns

North Florida. The Art Qulcksalls report n i Mkt.C Ph. 473-1176
catfish catch at Noonan's! LAKE BAPTIST Agency
.,
Lake on Saturday afternoon. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.1 ;ro'erle\1 I : _Feeds

.tt : ONT BET ON A LONG SHOt The Qulcksalls were alto recent :\lol'nlnllVouhlp, 11 a. m. ,' (Gas & Oil Hurst Shell Service 131 S. Walnut. Ph. 964-0201

j vlistors to Sarasota. Training' Union. 6:15: p in. ; Ph. 964-2182 Starke Fla. CARL HURST GENERAL; INSURANCE
It seems that Brookcr Is Evening Warship 7:30.: MIdweek : Xnbmly But Nobody t"n I nwllCharley
Re-Elect
j Hwy.: :301 & 100 Ph. 961-6111 R. John
temporary headquarteres Prayer Service Wednesday. !- Acen..yWalker's
: p the measles. Those fOI'j I ; 7:30.: Choir Practice. 8:SO Loudon's Merle Norman

been shut In include I p. m. -Rev Jim Rlgdon. supply LACY CONWAY
Shell Service
PETE GIBSON as. Phyllis Olin and Dla"1e'j I pastor. Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop American Service Sta-

Jones. Dwight Dt-bbie. 117 !S. Thompson Ph. 064-3081 Ilereuilpis TlrM-For Need
W\n-I HIGHLAND BAPTIST If Your Hiilr Inn't Becoming To tion and Bus Station .\LO-f:;; Every
-i da, Shari and Wayne : lwBrd14'kory'" Complete< .t- STATE HOMECOMINGHomecoming: : You-You Shnuhl Be Coming To I'*. '
SENATOR Tresfia Jones! John McRus! | I.nrv Conuay Flvln !Service Auto Garage
will be observed jlwy. 100 ElUt '
and Arthur and Natalie Instruction Ph. OOI"'O Fl,. net-g3.11
at Highland Baptist (Church '
FOR Qulcksall. on Sunday March 27. *Basket Starke 66" Service TORNADO SHOP
THE SIXTH !Mr and Mrs. Bobby Jones lunch at 1 p. m. Everyone PARTS SERVICE CO.

and daughters attended\ the welcome.] KILL EDWARDS OF STARKE Ilompmiule Domrt_Pizzas and
In Lake Friday Brake !Servlrr. \\'hcs'I Balan..eWh..1
races City on Hum Cooked Meal
630: N. Temple AvenuePh.
f olidcal 44..... Paid Foe By C.mple! Tmmitt night! and the Gainesville BF.tl.AH BAPTIST j Alignment 138 E. CALL ST.
races on Sunday afternoon. Sunday School. 10 a. m. 617 N, Temple Ph. 904-8881 96J-7721 Tour' Patronage AppreciatedrAGE

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Phone 389-412: M./ T P rne'ue tr,

A..4A to a....u lOW LOW PI-UP

The Clay Hill Baptist
Church had another large attendance LLL
Sunday with 91 pres 1 xs
ent. It wan a beautiful day ao -- k
the number went up. We're
hoping: for a .nice day Easter
Sunday for the dedication of
I the church I
A revival Is being held at
BlaCK road Ii:.Iptlst Cnurc'h I
.and alto MKJdleburg: ) U
tist This... week everyone BdP-1 D1 ra,
vited to attend the services at
!both churches.I'KKSONALS. I
: 1 ES '
Leon Curter Is In Tampa on I!
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business! this week 9
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:Mrs: Millard Harris and ; -
of :Maxvllle visited her
lion
mother Mrs: Klla Carter last\ 'FROM OUR BAKERY CRACKIN' GOOD VALUES! -n1.Ci.gntO.ll.fP/ PACPiTaGON. FO'I/" GoodTIWl' EQ.tll
Tuesday.
Herbert Pacljfe returned Regular 29a 1 1-lb. Dixie/ Darling Sour M-oz. Crock In' Good Lemon Coconut QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
last Tuesday from a GainenUlle DOUGH BREAD 23" DROP COOKIES 39' PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 26TH
hospital and was able to 25 Free Stamps w/Purchast 9-cr WINN-DIXIK' ITORII. INe.-COPVmaXT-I.Ie ,
attend church Sunday. Dixie'' Darling French M-oz Crack In' Good Chocolot.
:Mrs. Bobby Padgett and HARD ROLLS 25 DROP COOKIES 39'
children of Maxville visited I 25 Free Stamps w/Purchasa 8et.
her RI'andmother11'11:\ Irene Dixie'' Darling Raisin M-oi Crack in' Good Butterscotch Chip &
I'adgett over the weekend. I CINNAMON ROLLS 39 PECANS . 39' SPECIAL!
Mis Virginia Herndon and ,
children of Highland visited
Mia. Frank Carter and childi .

i rem Sunday. Tlielma afternoon.Mrs. Williamsonand REGULAR 3/89 #2'/i! CAN THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR HALVES A TENDERLEAF

B.ubal'a00<1>1 of Greens I
Cove Springs visited Mrs Wil
ham on's parents Mr. and PEACHES EACH 251
Tea
night Mis... tiunly Hidjiett", Tuesday BagsREG.

Sorry to learn little Eric
M inning tell off, his awing set
an-1 1 I lecelved an lijiiry: to his
head. ,
Mis. !Kathleen Padgett and 68'
eon, Mrs Betty Jean J'adgetl
and daughter o f Normandy, SAVE 19 49
gird vmited.. th.. Howard Pad ,
gett family Sunday afternoon e
64
Those Visiting ':Mi. and :Mrs, r COUNT
Hardy Padgett Sunday were I
:Mr. and :Mrs.: Horace Whitehead -
and family of Maxvllle I
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and Air.( n.ndIrs.: Robert Bax-
ley Jr. and family of Dot.tor's; i
Inlet. REGULAR 29* *303 CANS ASTOR IXTRA SMALL .J
Mr.:\ and :Mrs. Lla'ence10: : >4' ,
ley and family of Jacksonville SPECIAL! Green Peas 4/"I/ ,
visited Mr. and Mrs Henry .
.
:Monley Sunday, also visiting : A
was Charles :Mosley of Jack SHOP NOW & SAVE! BRIQUET REGULAR 35* 46.oz. CAN LIBBY

sonvilleLittle. Jeff Tadgett of Max- : Tomato Juice 29

villa i-t spending n few days
with his grandmother Mia.Itene CHARCOAL
Padgett ,of Clay Hill REGULAR 2/25 #300 CAN THRIFTY MAID
10011 Of H. :\t\\s I
Honor R.ill for tills six' Pork & Beans 10
weeks at Clay Hill School arc REGULAR 99 '
as follows: 6th Grade: Alicia
Carter, Joseph K i gland... Reginald SAVE 20 REGULAR 35 a 15'0%. MORTON
Padgett. Roper Padgett./ I (Your Choice Limit one with a $5.00 or more order )
:Marty Higdon :5th Grade; pleowe Chili 2S
79 w/Beans/
Joyce Carter Jackie Carter .
.:rL95Y2xSw"o:; : 'CTw"]=:: .. CIVE
.rl'ell Padgett, Barbara Mos -w:1: 'LB.'

ley Letha Royston, Valeria Household Brand Cutlery or Kitchen Tools 20 BAG REGULAR 2/49tf *!4 CANS LIBBY VIENNA .
Mosley. 4th Grade; Beluid.iJohns
Randy Johns David' BUY ONE "GET ONE
Lang Debra Padgett 3rd I II Sausage 5/1/
.
Jean
Grade; Jackie Padgett.

;Foster Manning Keith Judy Padgett Whitehead, Jerry I ABSOLUTELY FREE 1 STAMPS

2nd Grade; David, Wilkinson, That's Right Your's Free! A piece of Household
Wayne Padgett. Dianne Pad Brand cutlery or kitchen tools. of equal value with each piece A* W-D BRAND 'U. S. CHOICE BEEF
gett.; Alan Wilkinson, Donald ,, purchased at regular low price! Offer Limited-Shop today! ;
Lonnie Peeler. FirstIiadf !
Lang ,
( : Robin Carter Rodney ifcsv ., > -:. f::.*.Jrewr.ru; :: wlt;;ltLi F.diIS'A U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT

Johns, V.lne""a Futch. Nancy I

Carter.Wilkinson Glenn(David Wilkinson Norman Curt Clip these coupons for Free Stamps Roast 69'!

I These are A' and "13" pu- and be especially sure to clip the coupon U. s. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CHUCK
pus,i for 100 Free Stamps with your purchase of

5-lbs. of W-D Brand Ground Beef i Steak LB. 79/
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Don't Miss it! '
U. S. CHOICE PLATEStew
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055 9L* FK9Ground : TWO .reae.
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D ONe 2-L. ma.MAPL.V I ONK !/ OX. JAM 1 49*
MILL, oJ O.[F SOUTH STttAW. Oysters. 8<< Sharp or Blue
Sliced Bacon I .1.{ Berry Preserves RED KITTLE CHEESE 79*
HOUSEHOLD I ... 1 t: 1 Reg. $1.49 F. .
1 OOO THNU MAN 26TM.M ; --- OOO THHU MAR a.T" 1 I Ib Cup Palmetto, farms
/ U ,.,. ,WM, ,..,. "I" 'T ,.T w,--Nr */e 1 Sticks 98< POTATO SALAD 39*
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e Iw.lu.as Mif,unir.y Bake} :und( bw lied were repotted by Ue ui't Monday was .11'1 nl IH-inI I "' |nuhell. I, "I l u I
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Afie exp.-cled, to loturn: 1 I.t I. }iiUronl' : County dnriu! ''i,.. 1 10 inch the t. iiuUur.. Ilnii, I .1 III 'ILL ,"I I

t tlelr: I home, this" week after! ra.t t wiek.:41nc': Jan l 1 tlla> :e county. .iMIMill'-HH.. .'... ,111' I II III:' 1"11"" u .
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wl'hir.' : andh's.. Lj'i'i:' /ales( r'lifl.! : as iPi, ,ji'...'rl| NOllll': III' IN.I'. -.:'. in.' '1'i ,"nit: -i,ii I 1 I.. I ,
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; : ___ M.-The. and cuniinunlly Mia. Hollis(extend J.ffer'; .'Is 1E DIRECTORYAutomatic


svnipathy to Ol'andm.'plI-

xC'; hausen on the death of lurbn.thei. I I ANTKH'KSA;, (? ; .! IIEARINC(; AID I ('
( '. Fred Radike. a'se TU.Mi ,

\1 .,,'; i..'iticitl. and' .Inlhis Murlowp dlMwmeal. production In front 01 the A 3lt7 \ '. R.idike: of Snnt'ai; : : : ; T i Il j UI: : s I IHrHlJtht For,, Be..1 In } ::; Bennett-Daly

I, ,r II' '. 111'\\,' burn ul 1.,0'1't, ; right: Interior of born showing cul\e. be- Wai-hliifton;! died last we('\kMi Sol. l .
'. and Mrs. Olin Pastel) of AfipraincjlJUriiiliifc Opticians Inc.
tug I '"I ,; in "ur.ti t si.ills rmiM'il" nh.fI..r 1.\.1. I Chin.i fil.i.ssSliver ; ,
Da'ion Oa.. formerly of AvidMW.s :' aced Ae '
liiata Oil. Paintings OP \( Duplii < uratoly!
New Plant Produces 'Milk Replacer' : I N. C. visited Sundaya and Promptly

i ,ftlr. II It \Ii'' 01' 1 1 ;Mrs. John North One Pieceor( 11 lliniHi"; Fall "Thp Strongest the Finest In <(.ii':>llly

? 11 id family }lNI'lnAid! /\ In tend Prescript Service

Ri \ C ,ibbv Knight; 1'a.I'nlln' Ina Ward Antiques : 28 Pest llii\rtl SI..T'kl'nllville. .
Only ('o. llPiiring" :
Good FolentialSeenForVeaJ ,. I the Sunday vl.Hitoi.'i 1 if :'n.1-IB'S'S I : 1 :}
: O Ii't: i Wellliuiibeii. SoirvLI. :S.)7a\ St..IIIn.! AM-" 2'J Ufit ;M.. ,

!\VVJllhau.seii 1'1"1 I J.u k.sonvillo 1 :!ir '
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JII'I\ ,II,' :187-I.7: :! !! .; 1' SHOP
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7 u in ... i :11 I nk tills: wrilln! ; ,

Production In This Area AI nopi :IP impioves. soon. dill Colleel, 1 THE;

Oliid i'i lirur the .political! IIOUItY) SIIOI'} Pet Shop
Kongo
HiCM" : Saturday mint at H' Auto Snk's & Ser ice I
.....,"'... :aLllt.set.I.tsn9I'OODL7
i le Clay Hill school was a b';
II'' I:", (niinlv ,n ;alt..rally only four years! oldwhich Marlowe this! would Include WESTSIDEVolkswagen GFOUMiN7:
ues | i
I "I. fin,. Us slrawberrics.": \ the company now has operating plans and specifications Mi IIIJ'Mrs.\ Randoli-! HOBBY Sweaters Collars, Tags

X a. "I like to make it rnH''II' / in seven states Connecticut for the barn where calves are C h.isited Sunday pfr I Inc. Pet Supplies'

I ,I'M' u ;'8 a vealproducing'I New York, New Jersey fattened In individual slatted AUTIIOlzn( ,; IiE.LI'RSale't : : I II A Complete Hi I rds-l'1-.li-I I Lniisl. 1 ers
n 'on at Crosby Lake with M":
Pennsylvania. Virginia West pena raised 10 to 12 inches I Duly & Sun. 10- P.M.:
id Mi1II. L'. Ciosby.Mr I'arl.1 Coal A: Airplane
Virginia anrt Vermont in above n concrete floor for ? m Closed Tuesday:
1 I the words tiC :
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and Mrs.; Keith WvrraiJ t 1 SrriIi, 1 holy, :shop
.1" II. Mu'lowe. whore! addition( to Florida. erase: of cleaning. The companv ksonville visited !yundh\" plies--. :.: HcJlonjr Rd.Scutinn. Norman lf

,,an.I't, :' I'rimo Veal Freels< "The potential here lagreat also provides! instructions", on 1t'I'II..m'! >i< '. with :Mr. ond11'4: I Open 8 a i m l 8 lUll
1t,. Va., Mr. Marlowe. how to raise calves scientlllc-<: 8 Hal ( 'lnM'; i Hun I dio Controlled : !: W. Jick: "i>MV.lo! 7H1-LSOO!/
i nl Fiedcrlckuburi says 13! I ii, 'CluiiK; on i I Camll '. I ]p.m < iv I
h.. '). I i-nl the former Joe Arid "There are plenty of calvesin ally, how to cure for their The Max.ille. Quartet\ L hn.I II I I'0" 11\1.11'1: :. !soi( 'TH niid

)1,", j.l,. .tic* plant on N. Tcrnv. this part of Florida for theprnlhuilon health and when the time th pi.vileite: to slrm! MOITI.II( "P'' Phone .,,,'kii,>,n\ .Hi-, .*HI-ill:; t 1\NOS_

1)1" .\ ,'mil Is convening it ( of veal. That Is comes, the company al'rHnge..q hi ol !Iii, wrck tit HIP :>*!"'idlcbiu 1 Open, rvcnlnss: !l 1 :

11'I/ n null to produce a high why we decided on this area for slaughtering and marketing i' : DiiiJlist; Church: o-i tin Parrish Motors I I'I 't.OJ. So. Ed PIANOS

(II"i'it\, ,' "milk replll" "" fonn- lor our operation." the veal. fi' r in.. .ii.' of their revl'.al Jacksonville A Glean Complete

ul"" Anyone wanting to get into "The producer should aver- Mli'\, Betty Prevail of LT ,v. Service Ceiitci

111.1I'lnwc, : is cnthiisiiiitir veal production may obtain age $3 or $4 net profit per h'' r t'' tl" was!> Sunday dinner PUPS 1 1I t' SM.KSSIKK'K: :Men's & liov's Kreukauer Custom-bnllt

ores' :'hib "brand new industry" all information needed from week per stall," :Marlowe be- 'n') Mi and Mrs. Uuford Hwsinbotham : ''I : i pianos since 1859.
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grandchildren ; : P. A. Starck & Jesse
and 1 }'.\lCTSII "Qiuillty Clothes
IIW.- -.. Bulnrd and Doss Hlqct'n:'! HIIJH. Since. French Pianos

!Su|>|> 'nflelil, allows. finished calf, brought l <> up to 279''1 botham enjoyed! Sitiirdnifihins : y Van Hcu.sen Music: Piano Methods.

I LIVE HERE ? pounds. In ten \\reks. The Luvvtey producer la. doubling the : at the Jams Wete s i II 32 Years As A Dealer i :\fcGregor Collections Classics
Used Car
Good !
CJian::in Lake,, Always Kinds of Used Pianos
I place on
Formal \
size of his burn Complete
.present I
!im: J.num St.actsonvllle; {
I I Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Jeff"i"::. &; Organs
I attended the Go-cart race( s'': Phone ar.f\\--i65l Low Bank Financing:: to

1=v 1 IcveiI producers are D A Jones J. Sunday aftemoon In Jackion-j: 1 fLXjounq : 3 Years

I I Iii f the ten weeks period. It L. Waters!!, and I, A. Blake. ville Trim"mission I' 2133 Blanding I'.lvrt.I .
310 Main
eatrra apse swnr rasrerrr I 1 11'''L impossible for a pound Mrs. Lucille Conner and Ver- Mr. and! Mrs. Jamci} Colt: \' I I Jacksonville\ ] 3R8-8HK1

nl feed to produce a pound of non Crosby. of Route 2.Stluke. nan and family of Plorsoueie :: : Automatic

1 (zexpvN 4xLra meat. Mr. !Marloue says. But are now constructing a \\ weekend guI..b'C :?.rr': I \ O -OI{ ;AXS!

( 1 Irzrrute unto somas} ct r lust to be on the conservative barn and Harrison's Dairy of !F B. Coleman and son Transmissions & MOTORCYCLES;

side. he says to play it safe Lake Butler \is- also in the veal niu. Dm-I Motor Exchange :Mama & Hamlln Pianos
I .
Hammond
4tAtYelii and plan. on 130 pounis< of producing opriatlon. Mr and Mrs. B F. Organs
feed to produce 100 pounds of The mill which Is beln' und daughter of Jaclison '11',1 RK; IMUln'I WALTRenuiuiiHi Magnavox! OI'J'an4"uu !
A/tee \ Get A Good. I Oral. .1t-
gy. tiiifd Tiansmls-! 9iOTOItC \
ment constructed here will be the were overnight cuests Satu : I

Several producers all In the company's third. day of MM F. B. Coleman: and lolJ." :MntoisBy All Models- 7

Lnwtey aioa so far. have constructed Mr. l\.IarlQwe\ SAYthe/ 'son. (Ju.ilitv t'rartsm.in Merchants O. MILLER ff 4 (L rd5

barns and are already company 1 Is> Interested In cooperating Miss Vivian Biownri,:.( of 3383 W Bcavi-i Sit Open 8 A M. ,.. r:....

producing veal with the milk with 4-H or FFA Jacksonville: and Mr. and Mri.Bii'ddy Jacksonville :S8! >-Un."i:; Monday- ")', "'

replacer formula, members In raising: calves. Browning all enjoyed a 8 A.M. to 6 : Ju'k"o\'lIIp, ,

-., '-. -- Al SnprenHeld. has a 100- Under this plan the boy purchases fishing trip Saturday. (PAMPERSCribbs: Saturday and 3543482"I

You will vote for Four state senators in these. counties.. Your new pen barn and started: his feeding the calf the company Mr and :Mrs. Olenn Sl'uToid CLO-.KI1: ::'\

.- ----- operation last November. provides feed nnd supervision! and/: fnml'y': of LawtPv! WI"' e Campers ;MOrortS & SAWSPEARSON'S i

senate districts are 56825 _. Ilr t fso enthusiastic over results (Including Instructions I. then In't Wednesilriv nl.>hl'sltoi' I 4949 ,:

to vo that he has' joined the/ pays the boy a $20: fee when of Mr.\ and Mr.s:\ Buddy Brad- D I.Hpy C'ampors Jacksonville
You will be able" for four state Saw & Knife
( "com i i"n' ns its representative, the calf reaches 300 pOUI1 ;II. I shaw I

i ,in each of these districts: In tin, area. Other LawteyHAMPTON :VII'". Richard Norman and Shasta Trailers SALES &: SERVICE
U :\1 u)\'Im4!
; jjf2ss'j" I i ;Ions of Ill"hllud spent lat: Sko nlpet' C'ni'i'itillci, I ) ALL TYPES OF SAWS

,...... .""""........"..,,. Mrs J. L. Djkcs' In OaincsvlltFildav Fiitlay IiPif with her mother!
t night On Salul'd'l.hp..1 Mrs. Dorothy Waters.Services TnnlfH-II.ink I'hurocingGlut ( ACME 5027:! Bro..dnv Ave
j. San Juan/ Avc. .lolrk'Bn'Vlllf' KV: 1-3181
I ? ; Compliments olt,'ncled an;,! participated In &

I the F. B. A. 3rd nistri-t B aid Held knnville. :IWH-'I.'IIS'! : '!
J | ()('.U_\\' I WI\: (; MACIIINKS( :
re-'tlvnl at P. K. Von (' luboiiitoiy -
CECIL
A. fly Mrs.: :\1:1ry: IVIIIlanlsftyvvy1VtyVyVtVVVyVV\ For Infant Cason STATKMI: : ;
School! The llnwnidPl.shop ( 'II.\I SAWSMiddlcburg JicUsunvilie! SINGER:( AL'T.; XIC/Afi

Jr Hlsh Sclnol n.ind Like New In 4 Dr Cabinet
Funeral 1 .vrvlces for 'leri.vJpi'fci Mo',el s
f KENNEDYCandidate of which Detble: Is a mcrnbcreceived of Sold New over '300;

Mi and ;Mrs George !Son: \ a superior rtitliv in ,, < >m! Mrs Cason. Tomnue' Infant CII'nn.son I I ChainSaw A't' Bckin.s Van $71 or 5.00 Per :Mmilh
Mi
celebrated( : their 84 and 83 concert playlni: and! T ,i-atiii", an P. O. Box :!1
..JI'1'1'1' held at 3 p in Haluidnv. Sales Sewing Center
Sanel. \ I
jespectlvplv.
birthdays of far readin
V good siiiht! ;L \
25 .,iv at wlilch lime a numnci' March I 10.) 't! the .I.H.. ksomilli- : ALL MAKESNew
I .k 1 ii. UJ i: i. i '1' r.
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arnvi-sldi1" In Cni'lw>> ; < ..
,.UU..1, "..Inrlirmrnl ,old fvr 107 rte el.npaee Mae er4r of friend'' and relatives!! visited f YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY f. : t /anti U< d Mac'.UiiRt:

.......... ,'. .n. them In their home. An.ortR! CC'l1ll'll'IY' with Rev D L 1 11""l'v al/kin', f I'h.iin Saws: 848 Causal Ave,
th ..se who railed on them Mm- Ham-py ofllclntiii't,, I :\\1 fT4H'I '! ( .I..k.. .""I1lr iH'l-.Mt7l: )
Mrs. NitaIXnvllii" [fflAXVILLEHy Tlic infant. vi.is: horn nn :S \l I'.S; ,,,- SI|KMCi: :;
fug I the day were: I
_. :Mnrcli. 14. IDRO!) In Sin: K"': anti I Paulus '
10::
nnd l Mrs. Eunice M I'iirls" .mil,' 1 Ki,'|p.ni's. All :.M.ilirTIIIH .- {.\('Ii SKItVICi: { (
1 dli-il :March: 18
:Mrs. A. C. SUde on
M''. of sun'kr. Mrs. Irene Tiyloi : 1 Run: ,! & String,
Jr J of W.iKlo. Mr and Wri Phone 2S9-4I1)) Sin\ vi. lui!. hesklPs lit.' |>nr- i& '"-1/".. Tower" AlimeiKt. ""I I RAY'S

of Ohio and !Mr \ pnls. an |). tcriiil! '::1! iiirMnils. !(> l 1''' 1 (iihson:, iuitars !
Vole! Wall .&&..a.&&.4&a...f..aaa 1 :Mr. a n.1 1 !Mrs. I r->m'1)l i' :\luiaii-bniK!1 \ ; 2>-.'.:,o,1); SERVICE

I ai'd: Mis.! Gene Dirt of Hampi 1 Ciison. SI' nail 1 !I1">'""imluifitiflpiiriiti. m________ .1. :.School' Supplie.s
Mill:V I'm'. Coop| 1'1'i of IN'tip'n'j: \ 'table Tack PH-.S! iieivlmWeldinu !,
i .. Mr slid 111's.1:\ ,
t .1Mi "'rank'rhontas "uis 1\ ucckriMt Burst of, her : Huberts Hei,' '. "
.incl :Mrs.
: J. Thom.is.:. nil of Slnrke : m.E"I1W'; ( ( :\IOTOIr( \
I xpeni f the xvppki. i irl 1 hi i-kson-- uncle and mint UI'. anti Mr: I I' r" nlilldn7."I' A: 'rawlrri l .
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I IJi'WHI( I C Junes" F I'iM.illUmif Mn-ill l.ibnirv :
\ lie with their' son old> I Axurv Kl.idc und family Peavy Brothers "We'll Keep, "i m Rolling"!
s't1 vas in rhnrxi1: ;;" ol iir I Il'urH J-I'I>.II1' I> /
t I3 no an icaP dun:'lili" i-In-low.] Mr [and Mrs Mis. Je l-lp. Willis and fnm'W ,f'lI1f'I1Ls. 7287V.'. heaver

..1.I1Thomas! and John Ward of Un IIIn'O'1' I Electric Co. II \\'. ,," .Tueksoiv.llln :3B4! i''l:!

Mis Myrr-" Anne Al'en' left i 1\\01'1'\ S.iliml.iy nltrrnoim Vist-! DI'KI) ,,11"11IliL11NIIN.1l .:: I ,
Sl.i.-'u: indf.imily III.I"I'IUI'IOIOIt.: J..k ,011 vi He !
ov of !Mrs. A.'ory
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; 1 .Friday' to Join her liu'b.rvl \: : : : ( \11.11"; : (; I I ( ,\ !. FISH: i
I I :; .l.j; :ielvlrcd rt'i'aItUcuerxuIS ('d 1 _
; D.i:, Id, who I it stationed; In Ed?;[nr( Oak .. In ch.v KP! olnialntcnniKT ,.Hl"I" :'UIO: Keiieli' /
David Jones of Maypurt vas ? i
at Holiday Inn MERMAIDAQUARIUMS t
as-fined a weekend guest here of Mi. I AlteiaUii'i' :' .1''.u ksonvtllc !
or Slnike. iei.L'iiiy I attendc1! a Arninhire Itrit hiding
and Mi.s! Joseph Lucas: nod /
whore he will to ,
Hospital :MalnlenaiiciHcminai .H the 4H() Lenox Ave J
section.! family I 11f:\f(' I-In..t Aquarium Suppll'i
working In the IBM (! VickibuiMiss, Holid-v Ian\ !
Mrs Avory Slacle uncl family I_ ,Ticl: :wnvill' :!j'nJiI'AIUMC : : Imported ,,'hh11 S/M-r0|
J Mrs. Cleo Hunter and Mrs.Ireta Heatlivr\ IIld air londrtoniMtas .! ,
viiitc l Saturday morut'ii<;
MARVIN CALL OR COME BY
visitl.ig; well as oth.'i', phnrsf
Oarnfnlo were I
Ii. Hampton with\ Mrs. W. MSludo S1101'BON \. .- lOa m to 6 pm.
Saxon inatntenance.will be discussed
tl-elr father. George Music
: Sunday 2 to n
pm.
hithonor during the seminar.
Tuseday
and Mrs Saxon on
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David Jones of MllY:>r." MAR .
birthday'sMr We Order Any ...Available!"
of their : ,
-. was a Sunday dinner I anent; olMr -- )Femlcr. nietsch' & .
:
941 S. F.dnwflodVl'

ST.A.R.T FAST +IIrCAcfioa'. :FINISH. .: : HAPPY. II.IM"\ "I' mo'rc1n and MrsVeslay\ to Mrs.:? Oriffin Chn- I :family and Mrs. Avory"slld: and TUB uay' you RIGHT' wrllp.POINT C'nmn: for In nniltiolwt the FABRIC SHOP King H.lllen. JA'ksnnvll1p 3B8-)404:! !

i 1 ti n's. house next to City Hall :Mrs Tommy Baker i :aivl I ymir fimirlln, KSTHtBKOOK Complete Lute! of Hand ", '
WKSTKRN TIm()
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fourtiiln ,, IKITfi :
:
:MrJames: Horne and ch l.lreii; of Charleston. S C I | 'n. -
( I \i ilit, .-IAnuda. and Nii"\I : \riiTKAVKI I FMtKICSOTIONS Ludwig
LITTLE DUDE
left last week for Douglas: Wytn McCall( ft :Hnnpliciiy: Pattern:S
: AfJEXCYP'or : : (
visit Ivr mother and fntlm.M. r.. I Western Store
816 I'.issrt. Avp.
nnd Mrs, Art Hill. Pull Information :anl) Ri-servationH" nn S S Hiiisi! .ntn'ICCISKS liciitaU;" & J"I"I' "Where You'll Find Eveiy-

I Mr\ and Mrs R. J. William < : Al HI.INKS: ; :SIIICS;IIOfKT.S: JarksonvllleOpen I 11101: \I'Ii:' thin! For the Ifoi iI'
spent Tue day In Montlec'icwith : : ) .
BILL AND LARF.TTA BURNS:; 1IAHR1MANiOI :\ :; Enthusiast
he' mother and father'! > \.M.: tit K t'.M. .1 Jaekitoiivillc Western ClothingLs'ather-

Rcccm vLiitoi! in the ho'n.
goods! Saddles and T-.aileis
)f Mr\ and Mrs o. D. F'.ettvv.'o 'UI'Ul FLOOR. ) 'O\'lml(;
Charles! fc Sharon Petty
;Mrs! Plerce's! brothers! -I :\tI' IC-( 902 So. Edsrewood; ..he..Jlrk..nvlllp ,
and( their wives'. Mr. and Mrs
( I Iolulra St. 33(5-0371: Travel Inc. : :3111.1210!
C R Jacobs, of WaM.lnnnr.n .. I
.N. .eS.b 'e.a sadan.Aka' 'ItKludM'' ,....., &ieU0. Ta.and eupdca.d'IMI.' deIkw Mrs. W P
J. J 1It..I'on, c.., i!,.G c>iMxiM>o J.\( obf. of Hussellvllle, Ala, and

!Mi and Mrs. C U. Jacobs ol AMBULANCE SERVICE btttrr, carpiIsH4 riiun-h

Start fast by li" -im' !! on over to your Duck deafer. Finish happy by driving homo In a Jacksonville Also Mr nnd I L'ISit' I I

new LeSabre C." 'nue' your happy feeling by thinking of the low price and magnificent, Mrs Pierre son and daughterMr PIIONK: !JBi) -:2G00!() @.,....mat...... ,'i I : \ Well Drilling Co.

.trade-in you got. Price is no handicap in the tuned car tradin' derby. and Mrs George Pierce ROCKRTI'i'f.S' :' HELLS:
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Musical:
III: children. Lynn and Rabbi'1 : HOGAN, do.nio.d Complete Electric Water
and Mr. and Mrs. R. O, .
Repairs Systems
SceyourlocalauthorucdBuickdca1orl
{ Smith and children Danny. I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director IKRir..\TIOV

1 Carl. Terry and Jeff of L'.ve: Starke, Fla. ".\. :OOpus; : FH.FlX.SC'I1ifl:'

Oak. Mr\ and Mrs.\ Plercr's a I i 5860 Grove
2 0V.. !! Hyde Ave
II 1 rlln-.t: ; 3.-)3-OI3l)
niece Mr*. Bud Kirby and t RENTAL SERVICES I Jacksonville

family of Lacrosse. I Jacksonville Call K'olliH't 3 Utl.tHr'o.
I rvbhtp Ilk'ks staved w'th' Hospital Reds, Wheel Chairs, ('ruirhevJ :.I .
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Keystone Realtors Blue Ribbons Awards Are Highlight of Annual I Eastern StarObligation There was an unusually
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Receive Awards Won By ScoutsAt I I. largo attendance for this event.
KEYSTONE Keystone School I Including several visitors from
From Local BoardS CamporeeTwo Snorts Banauet Night Is Held out of town chapters.

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HIGHLIGHTS 'E. McKay. Keystone realtor Keystone Heights,. Boy An amlieme of 200 potionsultnt'xwd glad I to too that his judgmentwas Tuesday March 15. wall ) were served In Mia recreation
L Ki + I and MIR Melba HSPII. associate Scout patrol Raven and Panther the awarding of the I In error" and! tint through/ I II I Obligation Night for th Key- hull by the commit
I have been awar'led captured blue ilbbon Community Service plaque to I the tremendous efforts! put stone Height! Chapter of tea. Nettle Stltchbtrry Mattie
I for their overall P.li'hnid 1 (rlickl) Lovorn for the forth by the PTR..ters.
By Emily Thomas ilaques for being outstanrlina competition Eastern Star Officer and' Smith, and Thelma I Bunen
In ,their tlel-! during 1965: performance at the disl<'h.tSl'OUt thud consecutiveeni.,', and Club! And interested local! per" I member repeated .he obligation The next meeting will\ beheld
I Phones The awards were made at a I camporee,, held last I heard banquet speaker l I.>.rLli.irles sons the school had not only of the order in an Im- April 5.
meeting of the I Bradford-Clay ,, weekend at the Tyre Farm ", UaPiadtl at the! an- been retained but impiovednml pre slve. Candlelight rcie-
Day .I73.t6fi6$ Nite 473.4589 I Board of Realtors in Green :I The two-day event attracted null' athletic dinner held!' I 1111tt'I expandtvl. mony led by the Worthy Matron -
j Cove Springs: on March 15. 11 patrols throughout the 1' Friday night/: IH Keystone \\\KIM! Plastic Notebook $3 fj at the
Keystone has been the hub\ mlngham with her sL.tC81'd! The presentations weir Alachim' District and ended I IS"tUl'IIY Heights<( School( cufetorium Athletic awiird.sver!! pre, Dorothy Koom! and TELEGRAPH

of activity today with the plans to stay a few weeny. made by David Nussbaum. lot afternoon followingthe I Currier-Griffis In presenting the award, .I nented by Conch Rhodea to Worthy Patron Floyd Kooni..
annual, meeting of the Clay! Other guests who were In fot Dlstilct vice president of the presentation of wards!" to'' Couth/ Los Rhoden said that Stefan Brokaa. Bent. Offensive
E'ictilc:" CJ-Operatlve taking the day Thursday were Mis. Florida Association: of Real- the winning patrols. Engagement Told Lovoin "has.. been, Instrumental Bick: lacy' Cooper. Most Vnl-

place. Politicians from near Bridges' cousin; Ray Vaughn; ,, tois. Raven patrol leader is John. in Hiding school. progress i : I u'\ble Player: : Chester Rlejtn.Bem ,
';,j i; and far rather for this event and Mrs. Vaughn who wtu Guest speakers at the inoeting : ny Warren, with Bobby Hendry :Mrs Alberta C .: it, 1 of. f :Melrose for" the past several I yearn nn- '' Offensive Lineman:

.'which* draws; huge crowds ai-: the guest pel'formel'Hmcrebt were Mrs. Louise Smith heading the Panther PAtl'ol'l) announce the e.uawemfnt ; / tliiniilv.: has done eveiythl.rj" ;11| Johnny Moon. Best Defensive
Scoutmaster of her d.umlitc/ Kilh- front ttllzinK1 foot hull fields : Danny Hmck Best Hi.
$ nually None is permitted tospeak Late and are mG Clay County tax assessor and Is Steve Moore
Ann, to Pfi <.bbl.- OlvnnOiiffls. pulling weeds .and working' in Spct. Clcnn: 't'ew. Most Im-
but much handshaking who was the guest\ pcrformci James Cro", ell of Orange 1'AKKNTS: ISKillTA ryn MBr I .
: son of : a:1,111'14.: : I the concession. stand with the pioved.: nml Mike Mnrrhee,
\\i and plausnntitL's ale in evidence : at t the tea. They arc expected Park, chairman of the ClAY parents night banquet
has been "I'heduled for Thurs- : Aaron Oiiffls of Patterson Hid of his wife to lecturing Best Defensive" Lineman
Good:! food, gooj company back through from their home County Zoning Board who I
0 ,' and good weather makes In Clcrmont in two weeks and emphasized the importance of dav. M.irch 31, at the Masonic Oa us a guest speaker In classes." Assistant Coach Lymtle We\ Will Have Our 5th
'* Miss. Cunl' !1._ a st'i<1ent at IH.N:'\ (M'KT' : !iiI'K\n: Kirtley presented l Gary Cooper -
tar a good time had by all. will spend more time with theBildges. enforcing zoning laws In view Hall, beginning at 6:30 p
r' 1m' the Margaret Hill School( for X>r. I.a Prl\dd. a noted educator with the Most' Valuable
All Ill hided.1 In the
I1EKE 'N THERE ; those who witnessed of the rapid growth of the program
i' The Roy Bl'ld.es home has\ hU performance \\ rcImpl'essed community.The will be a Tenderfoot induction Girls in Versailles KyMI' .and! former football Player award in basketball a
Is stitllone''! with Rivtt' at the University of first the Sale 1 1is
Oilffls for spring banquet. Anniversary Apr. 15-May
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|been: busy ]lately with comirps with his ability ind board passed a le-'olu- presentation of ,
the Army in Germany and Florida now the president of Coach Rhoden reminded the
I.f|and! uolnts. Dau-liter< Carolyn personality: as well as the' attiactlveness Lion unanimously en'orslni by neighborhood com- r
JSlMis I : Hill Bianr.onl I a.id her of his wife, Loauc the candidacy of Sen. Charle! missioner Dr. Phil Parsons to the wedding: will take place .In St Johns River Junior. College -I audience of the forthcoming
Institutional April of 1967 upon his discharge told Keystone listeners Blue and White football game
:Ithildien i ot Birmingham. Ala. Johns of Staikc, a member of I rcpiesentatlveBill 1 : Washers
Jr.. front th" Arm The that he was a member of the Mated for April 1 at 8 p.m. at DryersRefrigerators
Reynolds of the
V ware in Kev; ,tone duiiivt! Recent guests at the T. V the board. Key- .
stone the ceremony wilt be pelf'a 'rrfd 1 in fornmltteehicli recommended the Keystone athletic Held *
$1 Rotary Club -
home
string! / school] vacation time Milner were her par pon-
Chu: "li In that the Keystone. ( Heights Ticket me now on Hale nt $1 .e
fllMeilrvn. who, with MT.if ,, ents. Mr. and Mrs. Vann S'rl- ter., of Quincy, a folmer sta'e'flower !, Horlng1 group, n talk on sum Trinity Episcopal .
Frank rl>lcn. poured-ar-tlm f" !;eT.ti'"arrl-adui4L; ?; :l;. ]'Mrs.-W. Vi, ( how, j4j'dge. --' '1111'1'rnl't1pihg: by Bob Hendry. Mehose with \t1-s Cuirter'i .iug.h-.S4auul ho ithnlUhe. In for /lthl.t. tWIll l aoo-fof.fhilit Televhrornr- ----- ,
Jean Chanc. the early 608 lie said he11"1 ren. This will be the finale to
Sliver T a last Thursdnv.lmt ; I Smith, of Tallahas.se"! : and The Florida Citrus open pt- /acting: summer camp chair- nod-lather Rei : *
do ''i'" trip back to Bir Knottier aunt, Mrs. A. D Les- Continued I On Nevt Pa.se J man, and a presentation of ;t'rformln the nuptl.ili spring/ football practice.MELROSE\ Ranges, etc. (7I /
auMtds .and outmaster, ,
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Elect Scoutmaster. :Moore .reminds. Calendar 1 ImprovementsTotal and old,
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R. T. all Scouts that there will be op. >cVENTB $67,000 I COST hlllle.ln
no patrol meeting: tonight
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.iThiiisdav) THURSDAY :MAR 4 | The State Cabinet has given
"Dick"For i Clay Electra' C,>-Opl(', ,'j'/c. the }"Iorl.'a Park Boned the aaauat.&awauArrrrtauut1PLCATE ,
LOVORN Inn< /annual meting!: all -lo: > .,I J'o-uhead: for two construction
T 1 ( BRIDGE We\ Have Ordered A Truck Load
I In Slturd'M.II 26 Fins: ; protects( at, Oold Head Branch
NEWS NOTES
lit Mlsd Manslleld. -
Clay County voter. lewlst-''it\ton r I State Park near Keystone place- Silly
HeiKlit-s[ ? 1 Mill Maly: Cook. 2nd
Keystone heights
11..11. I'jau: day in pl.ice-Mis. Ray Becker: Mrs. Of In CartonsWORTH
m, until noon( 1 to !ri I P n The Cabinet. released $12.128 Everything
Clay County School Board I Office of Kevstone Wdt 'i for work to be done by park Paley Boyd. 3id place -Mrs.
1 1SJI.'EIC Allen 1\I1'b. Jean Foster. 4th
Works. Lawienre Blvd personnel In development of Anew
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Nearly 200 guests attendedthe Tliuisdiy. Mil -- camping\ area In the pak,1additions |
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t't Chi1 rum Mis. R. P. Vo h. you are
< stoneV"mall's !
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annual Silver Tea IIlwlITlmr8
41 Sincere Capable EfficientA 'ay afternoon March inane> saU-. Time am place: '.u''1 deuces erosion control meas-. I'KRSONIS; and Mrs. James, B.Iiuckey'ft .IDI' | planning the purchase of any appliancein

17. by the Community ChurchWomen be announced. I I urea, and the constitution of i
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Vole For Dick Lovorn N I A Vole ForlroJ.esfolh.e under the chaliman- Scout Patents NUli II I'd ''an observation platform at 1 uest the near future--,-wait for Wheeler'sBIG
County Schools ship of MI's.Vllllam Reynolds, A'\aids Binqui't 6:30( p, 111 I[ the head of Gold Heu1, :! TM-: months U hU cousinWfO: ;
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Hall t'lUrtboth:: : / Kcthley of Jackson SALE!
Masonic ; I vine
)PAST PERFORMANCE.: NOT FUTURE Jr.The Friday. April I Rnninn"e MLxs.
mingling" of azaleas I In scpeiate actlnr. the II W. A, Raley's sifter And
PROMISE dogwoods, a lid other tpilnblcsxoras /! bale Blue and White footballcume : Cabinet committed: $:J1!1.798 for nephew, Glajys and Bill Bru- Discount

k formed a colorful : 8.00; P M. K' V' setting for this ouutandhu I Uli-.h: School Athletic rtelc the camping area. i Appliances
Your Vote and Support Is:: Greatly Appreciated. Air Force I visited with thai: I
: event which featured the music Situtd.iv. April 2 Cliv The construction wink U,,
for several
Raley.s
I of "the singing! evangelist;' County Dcmrcratlo Raliy130; part of a $67,000 Improvement I week.!! days last! Iliwuy 21 Between Keystone Heights and Melrone-!

I'd. Pol. Adv. Ray Vaugh. In a program ;of f p, m. Keystone Heigh'a program: underway at the Mrs. Bill Terry and Mis. W. (Phone 475-2tOl

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performing I class and each girl made uu>

Ilnlf co-chairmen whose efforts Thornns. tea tables:: Mrs. C. TITabcrstroh. hour followed, hosted by boardxr.embel'S mond Beach was weekend Brent Baldwin. Gary McClure.I roup have been school functions for st. Patrick's Day SheiiffMurrhee

made the occasion such } table airnngc- KEYSTONE of the club. guests of Mr. and Mrs Strand- Tommy Jenkins Jim Martin. at various heard at the annual and Mr. Belote nave

NEWS NOTES a success: Mrs. Nettle Stitch-: meats for guests; Mrs. J. A In the woman's meeting last berg of Lake Santa Fe. Bruce Burbank. Scoutmaster and were meeting Thursday. Interesting piesentatlon
Thursday 15 players partici- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Bob Adams, and guest Johnny Co-op about narcotics and its side
berry with Mrs. Roy Bridges Williams\ miniature bouquets: HIL1TES will also appear soon
Tournament Crawford of Parkin Ark. was Wesley. Saturday was a busy They the civics class.
arranged for the program; Mrs William Beam Jr. hostess pated In a Nassau Strickland. effects to
I Mrs. John Bird, chairman of chairnun. and the junior In the 18-hole group. guests of the Ernest Crawford day of Scoutcrafts and field with Jimmie The Iowa Test of Basic
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(ICont from proceeding Page Char- (From preceding! page) Mrs. E. F. Aiken was low net 'sW events enjoyed] by all. Last week the student Skilled started Tuesday in
reservations; Mrs. R. A. misses. waitresses Mrs to hear
winner with 78. Front nine L. Brinson Is home aftera had the opportunity grades 4 through 8. Results
AlbeitBachmann.
01 the heart Gaunt lefreshmenta; Mrs. les Wallenlua and Mrs. andMrs acted several from Keystone winner was Mrs. Harold Sut- week's stay and an operation the Operation Teenager pro- will be available to parents .'

Mrs. Reynolds has express William Reynolds, Sr., general registration; : Sunday to see golf's ""II! ton with 37. and back nine at the Alachua General Pence gram sponsored by the Rat- ,. later.
to the follow- decorations Mrs. Ralph F. P. Euan publicity. all the other bin Gainesville. His State Prison. The fourpl'lsoners "
ed appreciation ; three and winner was Mrs. E. P. Menzen Hospital in ford Spring training& will end

I' HOMEMKEKS: : members CLt'Thh.tyseen and rames of the sport in actIon.1hce with a net of 40. daughter Mrs. F. L. Whatley told of the mess 'April 1, with a Blue an,! i:
I who made the trip were of Tampa U staying with Mr they had made of their lives

I,' guests enjoyed a surprise, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Revno'U' !' and Mis. Brinson to help them hoping that their listeners will (Continued on next Pkge)

W. E. CHERRY. birthday party for Mrs. Id.i:! Jr. and Ralph Thomas. Jr out for awhile not follow In their footsteps. :
which took place dur- MELROSE
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Ralph came hems with tlv CHURCH Many of the classes have MURRHEEInsurance
ing the monthly meeting of of having Arn -'-_ ..flrflV.A .. .....
dubious honor ----- AJ1C iVl XiaEK aiiu n *w By Scottle Thomas had: community guest speakers
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the Ilomrmakers Club or
A MAN OF EXPERIENCEA olttPalmers! ball land between of the teachers and parents recently, Including Tax Asses- Agency
March 16. Mrs. Gentry thl'l< drive (Continued From/ Page 1\1)) I "TheGreatest The Student Council met Tax
his feet ()n one attended the movie sor Julius Hanse. and
General Insurance
MAN OF DEDICATION oldest member of the club. Planning to take In the A. went to Dade City Story Ever Told" In March 15 and voted to buy a Collector Mrs. C. J. :< If
Raley
be 00 on April 8. She was presented -I Greater Jacksonville Ox; 'nI Jacksonville this weekend. The school banner costing: $1:>60 to Mrs. Emery Cooper .lcolave'l IKE CASUALTY M*
I last Wednesday to visit Mrs.
with a lovely three-I I, this week tie the Bill Sirlths. E E. Ennis and Mrs. Ann movie was of the life of be placed in the new gym Lena Clemmons] demonstrated JUNE AUTO BON1>8 to

Ask* >o rote mid support for C'onnty (Commissioner tlerede birthday cake and a Krystone Pro Les Stepnemon Howard. Christ. Money for the banner will be corsage making to Home EC II i Keystone Heights 473-4784

DlHtritt 2, !Clay County. large; rose bush for her flower I was In the starting lineup Mr and Mrs Charles Perry' Faith Piefcbyteilan Church raised by showing a film with f
I garden on Lake Oeneva. ,
A n tl\f nnil llfe-lonir resilient of Clay County, I would Another highlight of this Tuesday at the Selva Marina: / and family Islted Mr; and will have their monthly Fellowship 25 cents admission. Student
I elections comma: f
at Council : are
bring to tliln portion many year of valuable experience. meeting wns the presentation course.. :, Mrs. Henry Williams this dinner this Friday
I li.ne: served l on lie Board of County CommlHHlnners, &lx Dr. and Mrs. John D'\villl'f'- weekend. 6:30: p. m. up soon
year anti on the Board of Public Instruction. for 28 year I by Mrs Opal\ Reed of Green turned this week fiom Blloxl. Mr and Mrs. F. W Cooperof The Baptist Church 'Youth The Sophomore Class will
Cove Sprlnns of a brief history i
attended a Vmectlnor .\ with be belling nylon toothbrushes
Miss. where he arrived last WEEK' started off a
rlwtmt l, I .tliall MrUe at all times of the Clay County Home We&tflelJ. N. J.
If to bring (roopenrtlonIMI Their son. Dr. Jack Youth Retreat at Mr. and Mrs.Priceh three for $1.
....n all County officials, enpeclally, Coniitiiftloiier amiSihool Demonstration Clubs now week for several days visit
| accompany with The 8th Grade Class presented -
was expected to home last Friday,
with family and friends.Mrs.
Hoard Member' I feel till* will bring about rfnrIrntl known as Homemakers Clubs. I II them but did not flnal".z"" about 60 p-esent a skit on our American
Pritchard and
}" unil )rt wnmmilcully, the operation of your two, I The local club Wa. founded In because of the hospltiltzation David Last Sunday's services was Hetltage! at the PTA meeting t
plans children here vllstlnur,
four are
t.ix: hiM-nding bodies.THANKING 1950 with Mrs Ida Ohmtrv
and night. Follow-
of his wife. Janet given by Gregory Huff. Wed- last Thursday!
her Maj. Gen and I
paienls.
"Mrs' Henry Wa nel', and Mr I educational film on
Kennon night there was a ing an
son. Mrs. R. P. Hollla. for .several nesday
: YOU IN: ADVANCE Foil YOUR Thomas Finley as charter Mis John Batts has had ns days. Youth Supper. Robert Mc- cancer, Mrs. Jones' 4th Grade

VOTE AND SUPPORT. members visitors. her cousins, Mr. and !Mrs. Henderson M. Bell HI Guise led the Prayer Meeting class presented a hobby show

A council meetlnar of the Mrs. Peterson, of Houston, guest for a short while is her Wednesday night. This Sun- of items collected by the stu
-W. E. CHERRY Cay] County Clubs with members
days dents.
several Youth
Texas wno spent sister. MI's. Ray C. Brlseman day Sam there was a
invited will be held itMlddlebui'R vocal
with herSpending. of Mass Breakfast with a University The New Springs
(Pol. Adv. Paid for by W. E. Cherry) !! on :March 2<> at 1U ; a month In nearby' Mrs. Michael Adams went to student "delivering the Worship -

I a.will m.be A served covered at dish luncheon: Jacksonville on their yacht Atlanta Ga for a week's visit Service. Building a two- KEYSTONE A Bonus Package!
I noon. are former Keystone wlnfi with her slator Becky Brlce story building for more classrooms i

The next monthly meeting; residents Mr. and Mrs. C*a"- Mr. and Mrs Clarence was voted on and approved -I Drive-In Theatre
will be held 20 at 10a ] '
on April
Aberde'n.1..1: <
lea Ollvei. of Dora was at last/ Wednegia: ; I
Samson of Mt.
m. In the Clay Electric conference several friend"- 2armd' Sometime a "bon UK," when it takes the
Son Butch and guests of Mr and Mrs. W. II. meeting. I Fr!., Sat.-Mar. 25.
room.FELLOWShIP. have Joined them In cruising SCHOOL I form of u "double bundle of happiness"like
i Allen for several days.
; CLVH u''I --_ .___ financial In
'I tne nearoy W5FM.' Johnny and Chuck Wesley! "Campus Capers" was presented this. can pose a problem.
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!Members\ of the Fellowship! I Tine F. H. Butledfes :have recently of BalnbrliKe. Oa spent the by the Junior Ciass last i which case, we have the solution! '

Club will bc /guests of the sold their home on i weekend visiting! their cousins Friday night M. C.-Jim Simmons t

Hawthorne Club at a sprint Htllcrest\ Ltkee and are mov ,, Eddie and Clvde Rothhammor:> and Harvey (Invisible I / When the unexpected happens and creates t
party on March 31. Cars: will house" 01: '
Into the "rei !
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''In" | Mr and Mrs. Richard T. six foot labbltl assisted 1.
meet at the beach I city hall] Echo Lake. formerly occupied the need for extra: cash fast, see us .
Tomlinson guest for the wenkend Gilbert Biu and Eddie Roth-
corned at 12-45 and transportation -I by the Emmett McGiiffs.Mr was hU mother, Mrs hammer. for a low-cost!;; Personal Loan. Service Is t

will be shared Mrs. Oranvl'ls' I. I Terms will be
and prompt, friendly. arrangedto
I Ruth Tomlinson! of Oal.ies- Capers Inclined' .
Bilni/ your own cards; and u Clark have purchased tf>e Campus Hush mrDr E .t suit your convenience.
prize If wish Mis Axel] illeMr. many of the Melrose
you Brust home. I -p"-i 5
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Mrs.Malmpren Julius Hanson and co-chairman.will arrange -, Mrs Lon home Rushton following has
jv a program Hawthorne :i with her mother In Soutn I Plant with his City parents.spent Mr.the and weekend Mrr Folkslnger Keystone. The Margaret Special Lamee attrac-of I :;., f

members will provide lefjcsh-
.: ,. | Carolina. E. W. Revels tion was a Shotgun Wedding i Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. i
: ments. Those planning to attend -
,. dj Off the! golf course *->i Visiting in Melrose for several Men
| the Melrose :
by
: : % < V are asked to call an officer !1 awhile win: be KItty f fMrs: E. days are Mr. and Mis. presented Highlight Mis Arrial'ssong "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly 4
was
of the club not later
: / T.I I Martin, who broke two Morris of St. Petersburg Mr. "I Cant say No" Community"
\ii'/ than ;March 26 for resetvatlons. -I t
| small bones In her foot In n and Mrs W. Smith of New Girls ensemble Included. I ,
I accident Mr and Mrs Rich-
home York. and
('ODITSIT'IIt'UCIf: Ginny Simmons Becky Jenkins -
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I NEWS: IN 1ISU'OR1Rodney : ards of Kentucky Peggy Volyes. Linda
'r Executive Committee of
Paul son of the Mr. and Mis Carl Cox's
Church Women board meet Price. Linda Hubner, Diane
Carlton Pauls of Lake H'lkrest! company this week was their Connie King. KEYSTONE I
Inn March 28. 9-30: a. m. i Addlson: and HEIGHTS-MELROSE
To My Friends and Men's Club Dinner with Mis. | Is vlsitln his parent follow-I' lends. Larry and Marie Directors: Mrs. Frances Stcpheruion. -
White (
at Chesshire of Sprlncraand
1 ins u'moletlon of training Atrizl. -
and Mrs Lynn
Elmer Howe and Mis M AShroeders
Citizens of Clay CountyI I ft .Jack-on He reports at Doug and Gail Banadick .
circle as hostesses
for BUSINESS DIRECTORYMELROSE
Opklnnd. Calif Monday of Micanopy ""-' I\6:30 m. Make reservations Special
p. D. I
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embarkation to Viet Nail'hel'e \, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
not later than March 25. News Correspondent Sally
will with Hea.-;: hower guests for the weekendwas
he be _
candidatefor \\
would like to announce that I am a I l Boar! of Trustee, meetln" Harold Rothhammer has a phone

,County Commission for District No. 2. April 1, 7'30 p m.I i I quarters UOMVVS: Command.(11'J5 ItUMMVOK: Tiltchaid Mr. of and Macon.Mrs. Ga. and now. Her number is 473-5311 APPLIANCES I HOME REPAIRWant t

reared in Clay County, attend- I rummage is needed daughter. Rebecca of DeLrnga. BOY SCOUT
I was born and I Spring
Ga Mr. Isenhower's.. sister. Boy Scout Troop 109 parti- FEDDER'S Auto Service Paneling? 4
Florida girl Woman s
married the Keystone
School a by
ing: Clay County Mrs. W. B. Dunn will\ accom- cipated in Spring Campnree Need Shelving? )
for their annual rummage HEAT PUMPSFOR
Club
Emma Smith in 1936. I have been a taxpayer by the Gainesville Richard Jones. Prop.
I sale scheduled fir pany them back to Macon. sponsored Doors Need Fixing? f I"

since reaching the age of 18.I i March 31 *nd April 1. Persona Ga Mrs. Clara Deazer of Et- District. North Florida. Coun YEAR 'ROUNDCOMFORT Former Owner J. L. Motors CALL: {

am a member of the Methodist Church of having articles they.vlsh! to tawa. Tenn. was quests of Mr cil. Scouts pal tlcipating In the :\ Macclenny KEYSTONE 1
Eddie Rothhammer -
I Isenhowei events were: t
and Mrs. Wm. D.
Orange Park. A member of the Agricultural<<: Sta- Donate for the sale are akcd Schoenaman. Chuck General Repairs
Billy CONTACT t
this week.
; Mrs. Earl Voyls at ; Home Repair f
bilization and Conservation Service, Chairman of I to 475-4022.call .Vf..... .An....4. .'Vr...y.*>a -niltlai-.. .. nr-. fit1--* n.m..h._nn...._ Rlckv-- Wheeler.Forogress..I'vteFor ; New & Used Parts
I : REDFEARN'S Standard Oil Products & Improvement Service ]
under Civil
Board of U. S. Dept. of Agriculture i
of Beautification cocT airrr m MELROSE P. 0. Box 12 S
Defense, Cattlemans Association, Past Master APPLIANCESFor
Sara McDonald and Mrs. Roy *
Past Patron of Order of I Keystone Heights Fla.
Cabul Lodge No. 116, I Bridges supervised the plant- Vote Free Estimates! '
Eastern Star No. 45, York Rite Bodies and Morococo Inn last week of crepe myrtle HENDERSON'SService Phone 473-4735 '
Keystone( Height! A General Contractor Spe- ,
plants in the Lawrence
Temple.I
-7 D. Anthony "Tony"BAKER SMALL t
rlallzlng In the
-17:1-: 1252 Center ;
Blvd. business section. Assisting '
:
the Florida I Jobs for the Convenienceof S
employed for six by
was years the Woman's Club In their Standard Oil Product
State Racing Commission as Chief Inspector. After I efforts to make the main T V Service CenterJ. ROAD SERVICE the Homeowner. i"

working with the Florida Highway Patrol for I street more attractive U the R. TItlES Proprietor Johnson Outboard Serving Clay and

two years, I resigned to go into business for myself I Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept.. Authorized Motorola Philco Sales &: Service Bradford Counties ;,!

being engaged in farming cattle and timber- I who water the plants each Sales and Service FishIng; Tackle hunting I,
lIen! Ire On All
:Make
I pulpwood broker.If Saturday. Equipment-Boat_Traitor VURSERY
land. At the present, am a TV R.\r)10 STEREO -
See The club is presentlywork- '. FUEL OUKEROS3'JInteraectuoy

elected I will not be dictated by any person or IIt'XTJ.F.1tF.IWJ.US: Jr.Youjr I on plans for a fall beautlficatlon !- : it4 .. FOR Work G.Iam.nteed-TV COLOR: TV Rentals,I Hwy 21-100 O.C.Carnes Nursery

special interest groups and will always vote on I program which will (, K>vtnne Heights. 473-4631 Keystone Heights 473-4907 Hlwky 100 Florahome-:aj

every issue on the basis of what I think 1 is right.I Gulf Life Include improvement of Azalea County Commissioner """"'" I Miles SE of Stark

I Park.TEEIVO. AUTO REPAIR USED CARS Nursery Stock Thou
am grateful for the many old friends along RepresentativeAsk OFFMembers T District Four ands of Plant Fruit

with the new ones and ask the support of every of Keystone Oolf Goetzman Bros. Treei to chooM from.' Nice

citizen in Clay County. If elected I pledge to cooperate him how one Gulf? Life; and Country Club joyed amens Hanks Used Cars Shad Tree, "vergreerultc

with the other Board Members, County Insurance policy with, Adapr-A- : choice best ball tourna- I YOUNG GarageREPAIR Landscape Plants. All toi
Plan can protect your home meat last Sunday which got WORK and 3.T Shop containers plant any
Officials and county employees. provide family Income add
income to your retirement underway from a 2 p. m. shotgun I AfiC.RESSIVECAPABLE MOTOR BODY PAIOTTNG Buy Sell Trade time. Camellia A az&Ie&a.Lt .

fund, or help tend your children start Finishing In first PORTABLE WELDINtJ Hlwmy 100. 8 ml. South ua do your luidaeaplnf.Phone
Elbert D. Saunders to college. place low net were Mrs. Lon Also Lawn !Mower*-Outboard of Starke 684-5665

I'liono 473-1310 I Rushton and Huntley Red- Motor

BUY fiH.f fearn. with 30. A four-way tie, EXPERIENCED! Hwy 21 Keystone Heights WE HAVE GOOD PACKAGE STORE

J(... ...tnn.IIpllht..., rl ". emerged for second place with SIl'tCEHEBAKER Next to Drive-In Theatre Used Cars and TrucksAt
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
32s with Mrs. Huntley Red-: Phone 473-S104 Saving Price THE BLUE PINES

team and Lon Rushton. :Mrs. Niles A" Sun. 473-3183
We'll Get It For Too Package Store &
---- John Batts and Clarence
Porch. Mrs. J. B. Chesslngton; is the MAN! Auto Sales' & Service If We Don't Have It COCKTAIL LOUNGE

r- I and Lindsey Walker and Mrs. e e I S
RE-ELECT c: Alex Brokas and Norton In- Authorized Dealer For Vernon Buff Garage Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except

law Mrs. 3 B. Wright and Political Advertisement Paid For By Chrysler Plymouth Valient Hwy. 100 Keystone naU. Sunday

Bland Ware won consolationhigh D. Anthony (Tony) Baker Slmca:;! International Harvester 473- 4S70KKAIJTY Dance Every Saturday Night
Trucks Scout 4-Wheel Music of Connie and

0. J. Miirrlice Sr. I, gross honors. A social Drive.Clayton RevelsChryslerPlymouth. SHOP KEYSTONE I MILES The Fireballs EAST HEIGHTS' OF


l'. ';\.,......... -:-,'..........-.. KEYSTONEBEAUTY

INC. SHOP LAKE LOTS

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Vote For. V "NOBODY UNDERSELLS I Edith Johnson, Owner Lake Geneva $5500: (Terms)

CLAYTON REVELS" Personal Lake Brooklyn $3500 (Terms)

WILLIAM M. 1030 N. Orange &: Creative Trailer Lots $50O up (Terms)

[;reen Cove Spring 284-9811 Hair MORTGAGE BROKER

DISTRICT 4 (Bill) V Individual Styling Beauty Care APPRAISAL Associates! SERVICE:

PRING MOTORS Every Form of Beauty Culture
BeamCLAY Mrs.\ M. Ilgen. 473-4316
: Jomplete Service & Parts Pol'VOLKSWAGEN Open I Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4152
4 Tues-Sat. 9-3: ;

Keystone Heights, Kingsley k "If It's For A VolkswagenWe Closed Monday I S.E.McKay, Realtor

V Have It." Keystoira Heights .473-4863 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Lake, McRae, Belmore, COUNTY :' Uways Plenty of Good Used Phone 473-4814

Volkswagens In Stock
County at Large Irrrn Cove Snrlnv*. 2i1-4200! Electrical Sales & Service ''KST; AURA NTS


School Board UTTO SERVICE Yeoman's Electrical Beidler's Holiday_


BAPTIST. ELK, :MOOSE. WILL APPHECIATE YOUR VOTE AND: KING'S Restaurant

SUPPORT I IN THE COMING( DEMOCRATIC: PKIMAKY. FIRST" IN Service Station Sales & Service Under New Ownership

EXPERIENCE.; PROVEN: INTEGRITY( CAPAIJLI] FrIgidaire OIL PAREDE3

HEUAHLE-EFFICIENT.O. USED CARS AT Maytag; Washers Appliance elite Food Moderately rice*

Graduate Engineer BARGAIN PRICES Zenith and Motorola TV OPEN DAYS WEEKLT
College ---
J. MURRHEE, SR. Special This Week Slegler Heaters Full Dinner Tmieh -
AlA Foods
Curt Italian
1933 CADILLAS *-
FOUR CHILDREN IN SCHOOL I
I IPald.PeUUcM 1999 BELAIR CHEV. P. O. Box: UII Melrose PIZZA PIES

( ."V'.) 1937 CHEVROLET BEER
(Paid political advertisement paid for by 0. 3. :Murrhee Sr.) Ij I 3IELKOSE 475-2131 Fham "'5-2811 I:1 Block North of Red. Light

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i PEACE PIPEPATTER I now has 45 books In publication report they have just returned Deadline I CARl OF THANKS:: ('ii 1KI> OF IF' NItS:
April J 1st Hearing I
and told how many of from a week's stay In Okee-
them. were conceived and chobee and they got plenty offish RECREATION NEWS!\ We. the family of Carl RI'o- Oui heartfelt thanks to all

written. while they were down For 1966 Feed Grain Program i den, would like! to express our I who extended! comfjrt'l"

|(From Proceeding; Page) Next week we are looking there They are aLso thinkingof sincere apptetlatlon for the sympathy and help In 'ur recent -

nlte game at 8 p. m on that forward to an interesting lee- moving to Keystone Growers are reminded that I; officials are stressing. the continued I many acts! of kindness shown I < soi row. For the beautiful
TEEN BOWLING LKAOl'K: I will feature a popular, band during the loss of our beloved floral rfferings, and
Admission: 60( cents forJiatUdents ; ture and presentation by Ross Heights In the near future. Ami! 1 1 l.s the last day for need for full pftitlclra-I service.
d
jjte The first round. of the Teen The Rogues of Lake City. one. and special! thanks to DrH kindnesss deen-
other
: we are
and $1 for adults. : Allen from the Reptile Institute The James ChJttys tried I filing! applications! to take part tlon In the 1966 feed rxln
Ilghlight of the week was aItuie I at Silver Springs. moving into their home In Bowling League for Senior I and' will be held at the National In the 1966 feed grain prntcrnm program Feed (trulii stocks! I n. Adams and the Rev ly grateful Mr ,. J. B. Wright
boys and girls got underway Guard Armory. Time Merle Packham. and also and family
Debbie Knight and Elaine Starke recently for the conk remain more than suffIcient.
by Dr Frank a. : Monday Night March 21, at will be from 8 to 12 p.m. andfllmiMsIOfl I thanks for the beautiful floral
Jl-
I Lovorn attended the Carevr venlence of their son Wayne Feed Grain program apleations !
: aughteiof Jacksonville and I I Starke Lanes. This 1 la the first will be $1 per per Leaton Morgan: Jr. cht 1rni offerings and food May Ood
Day sponsored by the Department and Alike.\ Both boys are ten- .. be filed 'It 'he
may 1
'Bvfeystone Heights who spoke I league 'bowling for most of the son. The accepted dress will )"n. Agricultural Stnbil'! ".- bless. each and every one. :Mrs. TilE RIGHT POINT: toe the
of Agriculture at the iors at Bradford High this Office dAY.
ASCS County any
V 'writing of the past. Heh tion! & Conservation County wrrli Com In andserlect
participants and they .seemedto be school uear. Only students Carl Rhoden and family way yon *
University! of Florida last Sat- year. "Cricket" and James Monday through Prlday. Office .
), enjoy it very much, and by lot grades. 9. 10, 11, and 12 Committee points out that your .*,voi.lt ES'j'ERBIt..OK ._
urday. The Interesting! pro have just about turned com hours are from B a. m to Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH :
only who participatein fountain TELE-
all Indications some will! lie will be admitted.BowlingJunIor. ;growers pen.
gram was completed with H muter after finding out just top-notch bowlers and Buntiun the. program will be ellortble] .4::30 p. m. The sUnup! deadline brines results.Streit's GRAPH.
tour of the campus, a barbecue how nice It Is to live In this I 19B6 Is Friday, April 1.FMAILY .
Hurst Shell Service for for price rupport on their
got off Bowling League boys
' dinner and tickets to the quiet countryside.Mr. .
to winning ways by taking I and gills ages 10 through 15 I crops of corn. As lust year the .
football and Mrs. Dick Milliard
lit 0.. 0 0- i game.Scottle Thomas have Just gotten home irom all four points, 3 games and will! be organized Saturday support Is made available] .
0000.0 ,I, total pins from Carp's. Hurst's morning/ March 2tS at Starke through loans. purchases and
Kathie Hlnck to Orlando
an extended trip
0 team Is composed of Wayne Bowling/ Center. Instructions prior-support; payments. ,
0 and Veio Beach. Francis met
C:::=::>O 0 I '....y..yy..y.y.yy. her sister in Orlando who en MrLeod Paul McLeod, Stephen will be offered to those who Besides qualifying for prte. It Costs

0I tered a hospital; there foi Smith, and Robbie Smith. want it. :Make plans now to iipport loans, purchases. a'd :
Stephen Smith rolled a 504 set be present Saturday morningat payments the participating ,
Intensive treatments, for
INDIAN BEACH some to pace his team to victory. 10 B.m.Little Blower can alb earn a diversion Less To

asthma. After Improvementand Carp's is composed of Harry League Baseball payment for shifting !partof !
I discharge: Francis and' {Lake Santa Fe) Dick accompanied her on t U.> Hstcher Delores Falcon, Barbara Turnout for the Little League his fer-d grain base to a Save First

Mr* jat-K:! F. Miller. Sr. Veto Beach to help with her Masters, and WAyne Baseball Meeting held conserving; use: the paymentdoes I I ;

OU'% TfUi' BnT;(OS recllpel'8t10They are glad, to Blankenshlp. Hatcher was Monday night March 21, was not apply to the 1'rst 20. V Buy
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA&A1fl. high for his team with a 372 disappointing in that only nix l 1)1'> cent diversion except on
'
IN TOWN'I
be home, but Just as glad to
? set. interested persons were pres ( with small bases. 'Hie''I
aims Later
been busy I have-so have given a helping hand. _
Wells Electric 3 of 4 We feel
took ent. sure there are
Ire-support! payment maybe
Appearance! I.. important. !'..<>-, let's get on with this too-. Mrs. Katherine Mclnnls of
from the Bradford BarberShop mora people who are Interested earned the projectedproductia'm ,
I pie judg you not only by how Mr and Mrs. Chuck Paidee Ocala spent a few days here!! on PROTECTQS
Team. Wells team members in helping to insure the
'YOU look, but by how your have had guests recently. Pafasister al the home of her sister Mr. ; from an acreage;
are John Odom, David success of the baseball to cent of the total I
CAR look.*. :Make the Mr. pro. up 50 per
appearance and brother-in-law. and Mrs. L. W. [IPapl Noraworthy. INSURANCE
Loper, and Robert Nelson.Odom'a gram. feted grain base for th3: farm ;, Save the cash and the cot of
of yolr car a Imsinewimet. I and Mrs. Ed Williams! stopped At home also for the save on !
lift u. V\OHI| It regularly. off for a few days on their! weekend was the Norsworthy'4 446 was high for his The next meeting hail been by planting corn or by pla"t-:The flexible insurance that buying the household appliances you
.' team. Bradford Barber Shop set for Monday, March 28, in In lieu of feed keeps with the changing
soybeans a pace
from St. Petersburg to and ''hla roommate.Randy need I Start savings account add
to
I way son. Henry i is a / now,
composed 7:30
of Johnny Orlffia : p.m. at the Starke Re. needs of
your
their home in Marcella N. Y. Williams of Jacksonville Brain. IiAn. .... it and how fast
I
regularly see
Don Devoe your money
: Larry Williams, creation Center. Pfensa make Get all the
HURST : The Pardees have also "al Both boye are students The chairman urges fanners I family. i ___ You'll
t: and Charles Schaeffer. Grlffls plans now to attend this mounts up. have what you need to
from who are Interested In tak'nv1'! ,!'detailslrornyotlrl __
most" heard directly at St. John's River Junior
was high for his team. with a meeting! and help us get the for Wa. .. enjoy all of the modern conveniences you
SERVICE son Chuckle who is still In College In Palatka. Cold as the 406. part In this year's feed grain I''liend L' .u..C\
off to a big start.
program want. Begin now!
Viet Nam. Chuck called his water was these two enjoyed program to call at the ASC5
Eagles also took 3 Tentative
Phone 961-6111' points plans call for season -
wife In California recently.The some boating skiing! and from Winkler Eagles team la opening of May 1. County Office as soon as pis- .
: call took five hours to get "dock spraying'1 that sport made !slble since there are only clx MERRITT H.WILLIAMS.
up of Steve Tilley DI- Stark Recreation
HOME: OWNEI*-HOME OPERATED
fifteen jninut working days left before he!
through and looked most interesting!
ane Adklnson Karen Patz,, Softball League
lapsed after she got on the Ernest Revels is holding and Wllbert WateiM. Tilley's The Starke Recreation Soft I signup deadline] and signing!

phone to !get the connectionand down the fort this week while. 467 was high for his team. ball League met Thursday, tip Is a necessary first step In 117 N. Walnut St. The Community State BankOF

about all she heard was Mrs. Revels Ib off In Mershon. The Winkler team in composed night March 17, at the Starka program participation
"I'm fine' "-for which they Ga. She went up to take her of Janelle Pollard, Leonard Recreation Center. A League' Through March 11 55 grow Phone M4-5391

are all thanldu1.'I brother home and to visit fora Dugger, Doug Conner, and constitution and by-laws err In the county have slsricd STARKE
1 was! 1
:
] Mrs. Jo Strandberg had one few days. Frank Hard.y Miss Pollardwas after the up) to divert 1.047 acres rBunl tW1liWiI5inPlfl fOlllWKOiJ
'I adopted following offleers undPI'j' boat OUISL;IIOQlllll MEMBER l F. D. I. C.
I Job catching me this week, The fish are reportedly not high with a 437. were elected: President, the 1966 feed grain

.i but when !she did. she gave doing as much as expected High games of the evening Sydney Jackson; VI(' -Preat- Department of Agriculture/

I me the item!! that her daugh- but I am not one to complain.I were Stephen Smith's 183, dent. James Williams; Secretary -- --

,: ter, Mrs. Sam Butler, Jr. of spent Tuesday In Jacksonville Johnny Griffis 182, and John ; Ed Magee. The govern

Ormond Bech came up on helping a friend Ret Odom, 180.League I body of the will
1 I tag League
CharIey : Saturday, ,spent the weekend I stock for the soon to be opened Standings: Hurst, be the League Council whichis i AREA BUSINESS D DIRECTORY{ 1 IT ILADIES I

: and they enjoyed Just doing I new Hawthorne Florist and 4-0; Well. 3-1; Eagles. 3-1: composed of the above mentioned -

E. I some good ole mother and Imagine my pleasure and surprise Winkler, 1-3; Bradford :Barber. officers and representative -

I daughter *tuff.I I to find several nice eating 1.3; Carp's, 04. of each league team. The .
#. Johns A I I Mrs. H. T. Smith's family size bass and one eight Schedule. for Monday Night next meeting of the League -- -

gathered for some lake fun pounds- I approximately] In March 28: Carp's vs Bradford will! be held Thursday night

'I this weekend. Those here were the refrigerator upon my return !!- Barber Shop; Eagle's vs March 24, at 7 pm. at the Air Conditioning-Heating( Beauty Academy ( WEARCherry' Office Equipment

;v Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray: home. Looks like Jack's Hurst; Winkler vs Wells. Starke Recreation Center RUSS PIKER

t.&I Billy and Brenda Murray '\11lof fishing luck !la finally changing TEEN: DANCE Deadline for entering a teamin POWELL'S Hancock Office

Jacksonville! ; Mr. and Mrs. The Parks and Recreation the league will be Thursday Authorized. Alrtejnp *

(bout this question r I Keith Cheshire of Alachua; A candidate running for the Department will sponsor a March 24. Present plans Heating & Air Conditioning Beauty AcademyLearn Oaine v1le'! Moot Fashionable EQUIPMENTSmtthCoronaAuthortsed

:11* am age 18. Because of14he Haydon Smith and daughterof office of county commissioner Teen Dance, for grades 9, 10, call for the season to begin SHEET METAL a Profession In Your Address For Ladle
Live Oak and Mr. Muriav's! I in our district called one 11, and 12 Friday Night with a local tournament beginning Residential Commercial" Dealer
. poor accident exper- sister and brother-in-law, Mr. I afternon this week. He seemed March 25, 1966. The dance April 4. Industrial Spare Time. Full or Part Time DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY Clar.rVI..1orTo&allaAdd1n.g

Nence with youthful drivers and Mrs. John McCullough of quite concerned that theie Sales-Instailatlon-SeryIco DAY & KVKNINO CLASSES WEABACCESSORIES Machines: Calculator

f I am having difficultyijetting Keystone Heights. may be folks living out here! 1 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. Low Tuition Terms SALES -SERVICERENTALS
auto insurance. I Mr. and Mrs. English!; Hiltonof who are not registered to vote. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Gainesville 372-0714 SAVE TIME-dlsenra year n.,

%ear that the Charley E. Jacksonville came down to He wants It stressed that one 219 NW. 10th Ave.GitiiieittlUe 7 W University. GutnenvUl\ e qnlTemenU with as tint.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYRECREATION AUTO SAL.ES&SERVICF 528 N. Main St. Oalneavllio'
Johns Agency welcomes their lake place over the week- can still register all day on 378-2709 -
hnn. !t7"Jn
!
sub-standard .end. When they got this far. Thursday and on Friday
applicants-
they called Gainesville and nights from five to nine 19 to Barkley Motors, Inc. MOBILE HOMES:\ PAINT & GLASS
M this true? had their daughter. Mr. and 91 in the Court Room upstairs I NEWS has authorized me to an- TRIUMPH CHAIN SAWS .

Fletcher meet Softball practice will begin\ nounce the date which Is MUSTANG
Mrs. Hugh at the Com thouse. new .
Charley E. JouuAgency them here for a pleasant lake I, He stated also that no Monday for !girls: and Tuesday Saturday, March 19, 2 p. m. at FIAT nnXMAN .* SUNBEAM A. & J. Saw Liddell Paint &

stay. Beverly and Hug-h are matter where a candidate's for 'boys. Practice starts at Friendship Baptist! Galn'!n- VOLVO & Mower Co. Mobile Homes, Inc.. Glass Co.

newly weds and both are students support Is. It can do no one 4:30.: Co-operation is very Important yule Rev. D. E. White, pastor:
TV. SpcdBllM la Joe Anderson :Afgr.Ilomellte \' .
131 S. Walnut St. I I. New Moon-Pacemaker
at the University of for success. for the extra session All
any food If you are not regis
BALES: &: BKRVICK: XTANIZK: PAINTS
PHONE 964-0201) Florida. tered. So let us urge you all- All boys and girls] InterestedIn church pastors, local ministers -I Factory Trained MMhanlclM Chain Saws Skyline Riviera GUm > Mirror. Blldln 0oor

Mr. and Mrs. Andy BoxwellLAWSON'S REQISTER.. and be sure YOU the Teen Club are asked to deacons, and all auxlllar-! Tub Enclosure Shower
--- ---- ---- ---- -
f -,I get out and VOTE! meet at the center Thursday 18 are asked to please be > CLEAN USED CABS SALES & SERVICTSRepairs !! Capella--CavaUer Doon Window Awning .

Hope you all are as full of March 31 at 4:30.: present. 2ltl N. MAIN & Parts All Makes Down payment mm low aa $100 Carpet WaDpaper Storefront &

MARKETCold that good chicken dinner Mr. Jackson. has planned a WOMEN'S: DAY OBSERVED CtalaecrUJe 372-4S7I Tractor Sale Consultation.

when you read this as I am number of supervised social Women's Day will be observed Gravely Service 4820 N.W. 13th St.441 North

Storage Grocery Store planning right now on beingas activities for the entertain Sunday, March 20, at S JEEP & Gainesville 3781346MotorcyclesScootern 118 NW. Sixteenth at.

I write this I Just don't Intend ment of teenagers St. James AME Church, Rev., of 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville] u GAINESVILLE 373-"lBl
ftatlly 4 Wheel Drift
to mine that one meal of The receratlon schedule Is Levy Lennon pastor. The Phone 372-3888

the year when Jack is the as follows! : 4:30: to 6:30: Monday morning speaker will be Mrs. RAMBLERAmertoa'I Just Off Waldo Road [ PET SERVICE;

'chief cook"see ya there- through Thursday: 4:30: Graham of White Springs The Fin_ Economy! Oar: -

I Clay Electric Co-Op Annual to 6:30: and 8 to 11 on Friday; evening speaker will be Mrs. alM aDd 8ervieRidfirway CONCPETE PRODUCTS Bicycle Shop IRENE'S

Meeting you can still vote 3 to 5 and 8 to 10 on Saturday Caesar Murphy of Lake City. HONDA MOTORCYCLES Poodle Salon

I until seven o'clock there too! All teenagers are Invited to Visitors are always welcome to Motor Co. C/iuhnuuft Jb ..pa Sce.t.r.DucatIBSAZundapp .
In INSIST THAT ALL YOUR POODLE GROOMINGA :
attend all activities.Mr. worship the cervices. 1132 B. MaiaGalnesyfli.
Jackson! asks the cooperation Oreater Allen Chapel AME CONCRETE PRODUCTS SPECIALTY
t of all parents and Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson, e 172-843 ARE THE BEST FRt**< Motorcycles-filea & 8arvSCWUO o Grooming and Supplies For

Interested in pastor Sunday School at 10 : BI.CY'CU:8: All Breeds
persons checkingto
I IJA see that the rules and regulations with Mrs. Fannie Bell Deleatre B & G Motors Co. Edwards Building: Locksmith ft Safe W rk Toy Stud Service--

of the Recreation Center In charge. Morning service at 1'.LDILLACOW8MOBILBSALm' Supply Inc. .13T.G&ln.vt1M11. Vnlrenlty AT*, Pipptes Par Sale.

-Baptist are carried out for the 11 with the Junior eholr servo ft: BERVICS 670 S. Main

First Baptist; RevS J. D safety of teenagers. ing. Evening service, 6pm. ns !S.!I Main-J72-4S44 Gainesville 373-000
Bowen. pastor; :Ralph copeland SCHOOL NEWS All members and friends! are :FiLe Selection of Used Can MOTORCYCLESTHE PLATING

RJE's Band will leave Saturday Invited to attend. Taken On Cadillac Trade GAINESVILLE.! FLA.
Your Beef and organist -
Let Us Prepare
[ Ocala Chrome
March for Prayer meeting each Thurs
services 20 the Mu-
Worship : Sunday. ...1 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We 11 a. m. 7:30: p. in. (nursery sic Festival In Alachua. Instead day night at 7:30.: Senior choir PHONE 178-7515 ELECTRIC MOTORS CYCLE SHOP Plating, Inc. '

open). Wednesday. 7:30 p. In. of St. Augustine, as It rehearsal each first and third
will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a I Sunday Sohoc 1:45: a. m was abated last week. The Tuesday night! at the home of Pinna Performance ELECTRICMotor NORTON BULTACO Copper, Nickel. Chromium'

Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 per (nursery open). Training UnIon Band Is under the direction off Mrs. Corene Butler. All choir DUCATI BRIDGESTONB Cadmium. Metal Ftnlahtaf

Head and Hide. HOSTS 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. 6:30: p. m. [nureory open) _. B. Monroe.RECORD members are invited to attend SAABSALES Repair Co. MOTOICOYpLBS Custom Buffing

For Chill-cut and wrapping 52C per Ib. with paper. HOP rehearsals. AND SERVICE Of Gainesville Inc I ANTIQUE CLEANING
Catholic A Record Hop will be held Parents are asked to please Complete Service & Part. SILVER, BRASS, COPPEH

We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freeaert St. WllUama ?'r. Thomas Friday March 25 at 7:30: it send the children to practicefor CLEAN USED CARS Repalrllll--Rewf.ndtnc!and Used New A Used machines in stork Industrial Hard ChrooM

Kelly priest in ctaarue; Mrs. the Teen Town on Orove the Easter program Mon New Easy Financing: Terms
Phone 9S4-8281 218 Washington St. I E. A. L mzn. organist.Massee Street. There will be a do- day, Wednesday and Friday a l 1031 8. Main Gainesville WORK GUARANTEED: Available 1538 NE 2nd Ave., Ooata

: Sunday 9:16: a m. nation. A door prize will be .5. p. m. Parents are Invited to Phone 378-2139 12N.W.. Dial 29-68H
8th AVL
I otorvs 5 to 5:30: p. m. vacn. Sat given. Come one, come all- help the teachers plan for the 1039 S. Main Gainesville
I urday. and have a ball! program. Pontiac Phone 372-831S Gainesville 378-3660 !'!
Tropical
Serving Florida Novena and Benediction! NOTICEAll VOTERS REGISTRATION MOVERS. SIONSWILLIAMS

Since 1950 !Monday. 7:30: p. m. Heroines are requested Registration! has begun hi Inc. FARM: EQUIPMENT

-In&erdemonlnaUonalCommunitJ' to meet In a called meeting the Reno Recreation Center on Long Dlatanc Moving Neon Signs, Inc.

( '...,;,. oWnC4 ylr Onireh Dr March 30 at 4:30: Business of Oak Street off Brownlee TRUCK OMC CENTDIPONTIAD "Slim I> With William"
vital Street going west. All Santa Fe Tractor Local DrayagsStorage.
.. >. .. ..'m A. C. Holt, minister: MrsGeorge Importance. Fall notpleue. persons 220 N.W. 8th AT. o.me.mll. PLASTICNEON SONS
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regardless sex, who are 21 SaleServiceMaintenarsc.ErectionsAlterations .
Camera, organ tat 1 3-2J\3. Inc. PlIoCklllgratlD&(
Sunday April 10. Is Palm) years or older and have lived

Mrs. Lust]. WjPTi Cordially I Sunday School, 9:30: a. m Sunday and the Heroines are in this! county for six monthsare CRANELINCOLNMERCURY FORD Shipping "Your Designs or Our"
Morning Worship. 11 a. m
Inviting the entire Masonic! eligible to register, Mon 2720 N.E. 20th Way
Representative S) l|*| Welcomes/ (Nursery open both hours}, family to Join In the Palm day through Friday except Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord FREE ESTIMATES C"'LLHILL'S Gainesville

-Epl xol: l Service at 3 p. m. at the Ma- Thursday Authorized Sales .& Service Industrial Machinery Days 372-6006 Nltea. 376-S944

1013 E. Call St. WJjf Y.U and Your St. Anne's Rev. W. W. nonlc hall Rev. Levy Lennon Registration wUl close at 506 B. University Gainesville LANDROVBR 4 Wheel Drive MOVING

Ph. 964-5321 Family to Your will deliver the message. The his center April Phone 372-4251 TILES & PAINT
Wort tall. vicar; R. O Copeland on 1. Mrs. SALES, PARTS, SERVICE & Storage Inc.
Starke New Home orgajilat. public Is Invited to attend. Maybell E Roberts, deputy. Crane's Imports ,
ChURCH NEWS 33-.0 N.E.: Waldo Rd. Tenney Tile & Paint
Morning Prayer and Seti Volvo (Mercedes-Benz. ) 4488 N.W. Sixth CaineevllU
Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Gainesville. 372-4271 JOHN3-MANVTLLE TILE
"i mon 2nd and 4th Sunday F1AT-HILLMAN
The State of FloridaIt 9::30 a. m. nursery[ open 1 : Association Rev. O. O.McArthur THE RIGHT POINT for be Phone 3762348OARDEN Vinyl Vinyl AsbaJitos-Asphalt]
:MUSIC
and Holy Eucharist and sermon Moderator. way you write Com In andmeelect 2201 N. Main Gainesville Floor Finishing Products

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome 1st and 3rd Sunday, 9:30: A Due to some unforeseen circumstances your ravorit ESTEB- Phone 372-4373 SUPPMES Floor Machines Gym Finish

To Acquaint You With Your City.If M. [nursery! open]. Cnurd moderator was BROOK fountain pen. TEXE- LIPHAM MUSICCo. 2222 N.W. 6th St.
School 9:30: A. M. "Hwly EuoharLst. unable to hold the extra session Telegraph \tUTOSALYACE Gainesville 373-1302
as he had planned. He Johnson & Paris, Inc. Inc.
8 each .
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you are new Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M. II I Jaul's Auto SalvageWe Complete! line of I

caD will bring a prompt rislt I each Sunday. EYC. 6:?'J P. M I Inter. ; Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist VAL LIPHAM Travel
you Wrecked Cat At SEEDSPlANTSFERTILIZEM-* House of
Buy :
Mrs. Carl Swisher I IiJ.666i ,
each Sunday. : PIANOS; ORGANS-DRUMS .
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from your local ho teM. Please give Dally. offices of Morning summer organist. 7DCo .S TOP PRICES INC.
and Evening Prayer 8::00 A.M. I Sunday Sctood 9.44 4. m AH Make A Model C ed Inseetklde.-.Vet !guppa! ** Guitar and Amplifier] AIRLINES!
her a call! She has iaps and many Morning Worship. 11 a. Parts 'We Rent! Fertilizer Spreaders' : !
:\ and 5:00: P. M. Tel typ. Service-Wa Win 8HXE7T MUSIC STEAMSHiPSR. R.t!
Sunday. tNuriery open 224 NW. Sth Ave. ,
free and wonderful lifts for you -Pre byterl.n hour 1 m'l find Any Part For To*. PHONE S72-047 Oalne.VWO Shopping! Center R"teM! Car Rental!

from local busfnes e I faith Presbyterian! Church' OalnerrUte 176-4411 3415 W University Ave.

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