Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 8, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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COUNTY A New Formula

TELEGRAPH Commission Proposes g

Official County Publication Established I. J879STARKK

50-50 Racing Funds Cql

67 Teachers Council Seeks Funds .--

Re-appointed Chief Asks Police [ New Auditor Schools Would! Get
Pay Raise; C of C IssuesComplaint S

For Next Term I Less, Casey Says
Stresses Sound About

Meeting To Be Called
A new formula of race truck fund division which

Slxten-oeven teachers and would split Jill such funds
I coming to Bradford Coun-
City Budget
seven principals were reappointed ,_ r ty 60-50 between the School( Board and the County Phone ServiceA
to Bradford A second and more urgent request for a increase
I County Roger rite* for Police I>t'I pay Commission, with the Commission
school wr for Starke's policemen made
when the School | pertinent pay rah*. was to City Coun- Starka's City Council received other agencies out of its half has been
Board met here Tuesday Q ... cil Tuesday night by Police Chief Bill Rosser.' complaint to the Ftot'idaRllIro..d :
Its first audit report to the
'" v county legislative deleiration. .
( & Public
morning f' ._ Utilities
Only teachers am Telling the council
lIP,1.: .... '.), quest on March 4. Tuesday night from the. city [ The nrw formula, wiucii' Commission concerning alleged .
principals who not 'I I -
are on J. must be done about now auditor M D Womack School Superintendent Tom ,
Rower Tuesday night asked "poor" :ocal telephone
continuing contracts were re- the poor pay policeman presently Jr. of Jacksonville. and professed Casey would Federal!'
says government service
appointed. No action is the. council to place the Pollc I wo nuthorliwd by directors -
n.ceeaary -
receive, Roster read the
to be happy with the give the School Board Road.
asmallt'r and
Bridge Commissioner
of tho '
those Department on a 40 hour Stark! ( -nrndford;
on who have con- letter of resignation of third
r a way the report( was written.It share of race truck.. Jerome Johns
reportedprogress County
the Chamber of
tinuing contracts.In ... patrolman within the past at present pay scale s Commerce>
that a patrolman could work was the first audit report money than It had under the on obtaining. ulte tot at their meeting last Thursday -
three months. lie
making their appointments i said since a day's overtime each week of any kind the city had recrvlocl old formula wits approved by two proposed wayside parks .
coming into office in 1901 he
the School Board In months and the Commission at Its regular> one north: of
has and be paid at the rate of approximately seven Lawtey and on In the resolution the directors -
followed the recommendationsof upgraded the departmentso $5,000 per year covered the three months endIng meeting. Tuesday. south of Starke. a.ike1: the Utilities Commission

the Board of Trustees whomet school that.every.. man has a high The chief said his men do not December 31, 1964. The FI'OI1Us half of the rare It was voted to amend the to direct that improvements

Monday night. I :education but warnedthat mind working but they. desperately council dismissed Its previous truck money, the Commission secondary. road priority list tc be made in service
he Is
losing the force because
Principals appointed for 4 z need more money auditor. George Dandeluke of would pay the Urwdford County Include resurfacing a short supplied by the Independent.
of working
1965-66 term were th.1 and Police officers at present,I Jacksonville! on the grounds hospital> Corporation. $1&- segment of road. known as thi Telephone Corp of Florida

C. C. Anderson as w work seven. days per week thnt his reports were too difficult 000. the Bradford County Development old Keystone overpass. froirSR and Southern hell. Telephone
ent principal of FUE!: The council listened attentively with the department three to read.Womack Commission 110.(100. .- 100 to Bodford' lake Co. (long distance ralNI I.

fcchool; Russell Bedell. Law- I sd .. and sympathetically men short. Rosser said, two asked the ("oullrll'lor ) ( and the Bradford County A request from Albeit& and? Specifically, the resolution

tey Jnntor High; Richard but Chairman Carl Hurst told more men have told him they "constructive criticisms' I'nlr Atsoclatlon" $5,000: Jerome Qrlffls for a road to asked for correction lhfollowln !

Jockel. Hampton Elementary; -.1 the chief that money for a are seeking other employmentand on his first report nod In return Another portion of the be built across their property dlfficuHlr.i! In direct .

Krwrtn: i). Land. Brooker Junior raise la simply not available. will be forced to take it \If mndi, some of his own Commission's share would bo 1 wit. denied, Chairman' Oeoig dialing, poor local operator

High; Jesse. J. Moore, Federal Funds Are The council agreed to have a the pay ia higher.Shorthanded regarding: the flnnnclnl operations pledged according to present. I Robert told the OrlffUe that service, : troubles. In dintIng -

Anderson Junior High; Charles SoughtFor special meeting to hunt money a* it Li, the of the city. He urged plans, to retire n bond Issue If they built the road then the n.ookcr. urea, unnecessary -

E. Francis Stark Elemen- for the raise after the cityclerk's department Is having to work the council to establish .M for construction! of a new turned It over to the county, cut-offs on long

tary; and II. A. Sprow. Brad- Adult School Program office works the cur- each man up to 16 hours per "sound stable, no nonsense county courthouseThe It would bo maintained by the distance calls, and unduly

ford High (grades 10.12)). rent year's audit up-to-dak. day to take care of all Incom-I budget; and to "stick to It" resolution win approvetl county. Johns explained that noisy lines.

Principals already on continuing "I dont know what but ing ell..' the chief lie unlit that estimating the and forwarded to the lr Ulu- the board could not build The Erectors also asked fora
A resolution requesting a en for 1960 showed that something has to be done or next budget should involve live delegation In TallahVKHPO road
contract are: C. M said the department hat worked yrnr's on private property, response to A request' made
Clark Bradford High; James pilot project in Adult Basic Bradford County had 1,000 II- well not have a police department 261 cases since January 1, more than simply addIng I- i but CnnimlMAlnner Shu- County Tax Assessor. Gene in January of 1014 that toll-

Temple Bradford High (Ju- Education under the Economic literates In the age bracket, 1 very long." Chief Rosser an average of four per day. An 10 per rent to lust yeiir't I ford questioned whether. anew Long asked for additional' free service bf establNlvodi' between .

nior high) ; and J. C. Hobba. 1 Opportunity Act of 1M4 of 23 years or over. He said grimly told the council. The average of 30 telephone. calls ritjurei. Figures Indicate thnt courthouse" could bo built money. to use. In the tax Stnrk and Keystone

Bouthsid Elementary. I was adopted by the Bradford adult .education is necessaryIn chief was clearly Incensed because for assistance have to be Investigated the council expected to end up when every time this equalisation program, stating Heights

Teacher resppolnted were: I IBradford County School Board at Itsmeeting order to enable more men no action had been taken each day he said, In the hole the auditor said thing. rumes!' up. our marlin that his operating fund are

nigh here Tuesday morn and. women to hold responsible when he first made the re- and twice that amount on Womack also said the> of operation. gets littler and not sufficient. to complete the

Anthony Griffith. Sandra !ng. jobs and get off relief rolls. weekends besides handling council should not expert the< littler Job. long's request for U. Or

Mogelvang. Caleb Adam., David The resolution wan requested In other action the board: C of C WeekProclaimed routine traffic and street in- city cJnk, to pay bills that arm In nn earlier\ proposal, made was grunted, but he was< asked Berries Near

Jacob-en. Mary Dally. Al- by L. H. Gibson directorof -Approved purchase: of J cklenta and patrollng the not budurtcd. Purchunlng new at a leitlnUtlvo liearltig. tin) i to requisition It In ,several,
bert Mercer Aida J. Grady the Bradford County Adult T. Prevail properly adjoining town. office machines for..a more Commission/ hud suggested stages so that If the entire Peak Now

Barbara B. Jonas, Pansy B. 'Education Program, who said the Starke school for 13. OO. "I don't see why a memberof efficient operation was also a thnt the hospital) Hoard rcrlvf .. um la not needed, then It

Head. Virginia A. :Magaha the pilot project would be Approved the expenditureof the Police Departmentcan't auHHestlonThn > ":SOOO. the Develop would not be allocated untila Strawberry movement\ iI approached -

Isabel F. Simpson. Quincy designed to take adult education I3.0OO for purchase of the Mayor Randal) Cnltty gave be paid at least a* muchas budget Womack .said mrnt Authority ID.OOO and new budget I I. made up. I the peak of the season ,
% classes to the eople. rather Arnold M. and Pauline Thomas the should place the primary re- Th board agreed to Investigate
Gardner Elek J. Lehocsky official recognition to a common laborer, Rosaer the Fair Association I 15.000 at the\! BUrke. Market[ \ lhl 1 >
Wm. E. Barnes Sarah L. than try to bring the property adjoining the week of April 4.10 when he told the council.It I siMnHlblllly on spending on from the. first rare. trade the possibility of build I nr week, aa 38.001)l flats'f're\ '

Kaelser.. Bandra P. Sanders. people Into the schools for Starke school. proclaimed It "Chamber of would take an additional each department head. "The money received and that the. a road to the horns of CvrllUrdes I shipped fine VAdncnduy

Audrey ),{. lIolllfte<
P. Mason Karen 8. Morris Gibson said It had been difficult report on negotiations for Starke residents to accept asked. The Police Drpt the proper back," he. said to the School Itnnrd ant, lion upon recommendation o from 'l 1.80 to f J 00, returns -

Rosa B. Rabell. Thelma V.Thornton In the past to get a sufficient purchase of F. B. Beard property I the responsibility of learning budget J la already $4.00O overspent "Now U the time!, If It ever 41V per cent to the Commission. Commissioner Bhufotd wh to u row era. totaled\ $72644.12 ,-

'. .. Sandra J. Wearer ,. number>> of adults to at school aa soon as I mute about their local Chamber In .MM. flrsl. Quarter ol' will be for Stark to establish aid aocea io the plane bl: fur the welt

JoAnn Patray, Marl. A. Da come to school for the night own.r locates a, lot to which : of Commerce -.4ts purpose the current fiscal year. Auditor sound financial, management Ti) School hoard had. madea another rout had been mi Wednenduy's movement' way

vis. Beverly a. Miler Ruth classea, and that he hoped to structure may b. moved. accomplishments, and M. D. Womack Jr. told the practices 1 \plea for 1 100 per cent of thtf off. 5.IMI3 flat at a price rang.
Bumba. Betty Foley, Eleanor Overcome this by working Authorised continued negotiation goals for the future.In council. All records necessary for a mclnir revenue due to "dire A letter was authorised t t. j from 11 80 to 13 :ao

Clark Lynn Ann Barnes. through churches and. other for W. B. Sewell an official ceremony at "I don't know and thafi precise accounting of funds to needs" of the school system.In M. L, Johns requesting bin Bo far this senaorv. S3,131:

Junior High localized group* to take the property adjacent to bus barn lendsby representatives of not a very' good answer," date have not been accumulated other action Tuesday the tu> Install a culvert' Instead of flats have "been" shipped from

Lawtey: Diane D. Hodgkln- d.... Into the neighborhoods Agreed to the drilling of the Starke-Bradford County Chairman Carl Hurst told the by the new auditor and Commission accepted. a bid<1 of toga at an access road Into his the. Htarke Market, with an

eon Paula C. Klrkland. Car- Gibson estimated the coal! s new 4-lnch well!) at Law leyschool. Clumber>> of Commerce. Mayor chief. He added' "The man the Tuesday retort was just tl.17700 from Aerotron Ino.frw property on Santa Fa Lake estimated: return to, growersof
of the pilot programat I said have an estimate Womitrk said. a mobile radio unit for The county would cover the. $463.04837
olyn B. Canova Benjamin T. one-year CUItty signed the official proclamation (auditor just we
Agreed to sale of The Police Depxrtment, however culvert the board said
Peavy, Edward. J. Mag. 129,000. of which Fsdera' pine designating: t h e to find some money before we Bradford County Civil 1)00-
Brooker Sally G. Tober. fund would p.yJO\ per cent, timber that needs' thinning at week-long public observance, can spend It" overspent its budget In fcnsA. Fifty per cent of this At the request of approximately

Lawrence F. McKUtrtek. with the county school system Smoker sthool.Instructed Chamber of Commerce' Secretary the tint quarter by ".000. he I cost would' be paid. by the 35 voters' In Precinct
Governor Berry QueenRegistration
10 Casey to ad- Hsydon said 7 (least of market I a ehang'In
bearing cent ot at
per Pete Novak present
Anderson Alice M
C. C. : a similar proclamationearlier .
IJ.900. After the first year vertlse for bids on servicing UM meeting, told the councl'! precinct: line was authorIwil.
Anderson Alphonso E. Franklin In which he urged Fails 'In Efforts .
some 200 at Brad- Mayor Chitty allowing( these person
L. the coat would be shared' SOSO. typewriters that Roaaer has upgraded the
M. Standley. residents throughout the Precinct Is Under Way
ford High School. MUll to be Included In
Gibson said. can h
He laid *
Rtarke Elementary: Typewriter Service of Lake to Join. In paying public police department To Have RR Crossings Repaired I The board signed the bond
estimated .tat.1
Barbara J. Campora Beit ye For the first year he bute to the organisation would dislike! to see the department of Thomas II. 11 11m"l.n Registration of con I"tllnh
City has the present contractat
at It.TSA slide back becauai
R. Haas. Ruth Reynolds. Ed- have made "our city Bradford for the 2nd| ,annual HtrawborryQtwett
of the
die J. Sexton Arthur M. Sex teacher equipment. $3.OM; of. I*.M per machine, plusparts. and country a better place in : the City of Starke bu,ln-.. No results on Ou repair of Reading to the hospital will I Hospital Board, andapproved contest| Is now underway '
ton. !Bee and materials. blocked l at a crossIng County and will continue until
which to work and I I list
the petit jury
Knathwlde. Elementary aulDmenL U.9 J; material live"i caliber to deal with the pub- Htarke were, reported by Mayor or that, a fire truck will' I I the deadline at noon Wednesday -

Oladya B. Thomas Hilda K for center teachers. and .tll.1' I lie fUndnl, Chitty Tuesday be unable to get. to a fire In for Circuit CourtCommissioners John and Apr 31 according to Phil

Hogan. Mary Agnes: Ferguson' dents, I2.SO3; and additional] t Pay raises and promotion! night when, he told the City I time Hobrts reported that' Bethel, Cronkhlte of the Clvltan Club
Sandra L. Whlttaker Marilyn .aJ>f'U.592.. I also came up In a different Council of hla, nritotlatlon I'ollcr Hut IVit Mall reported of that event
Church head U. ready for sponsors
J Robert Evelyn 8. Sinclair, In asking the board's endorsetnent. :{ ") srrute! during the meetlrui with Heabo.ird-Alrllne Hall- I{ | one Instance of narrow!} / Contestant must bot single!
"ondrtiinallon procredlagsCD !
Una Parker. Carol. McRae. Oibson said. jl'ar- when Councilman Orle Wig road Comp.i averting an accident til and .between the ages of 11

Gloria D. Southtamptea f .Ins said that three city employees "Aa always, we are netting Madison Street Crossing. whena and, 34 A r..I.tratlolrre ot

KlrmratarySandra : Rookie Policeman fy received pay IncreaM-R' delays!' and no results:" the M-ml-trurk and trailer stalled Seminar 110( Is required

Spooner, Joan Nabore. Follows StepsOf that were not as far as heknew .. mayor *.ld Mr even sent 10pictures on the tracks Wednesday Cronkhlt mid that the cmphasU >
Wa".John.. Dorothy i' approved. by the City to Die railroad rom at 8 ft in Hall expressed. hU Wednesday this year w 11b\ oil

Hhbbard. His Dad 4 j Council or the Utilities Committee pan repreafitatlves!'. In Jacksonville appreciation" 10 unknown parties I brauty personality and pout
I I. the Civil Defense' seminar for
down A
did not rushed
Rjr High. "Rebaol""" Wiggins name who In Judging the contratants.
Leonard 1. Heath. Bettye Following" In his father it the employee but sail he ii'' The mayor also said trsln track la flag down a fast I public officials and community "Talent wilt play a minor pCtn
footsteps' 33-year-old Glen member of the Utllltlei excerfI freight that was able. to stop leaders. will be held Wml- "
J. Brown B nnle Alexander a i i I coming through town / the Ju<1 rln.. he N'tldCnntestunts .
Is making family Committee and the matter I hall block short of hit- needs. Apr 14 at I 1'311 p. mIn .
Kobertha S. !Smelt! Carl E. Moore a I the 20 mph spec! limit wt by I lust a may> rrtUter'' at
Clark. Jake C Oradl.,.. Oracle tradition of being a Stark did not come before that body I I ordinance. sound their hla- tins the truck the P'lnt Methodist Church the Chamber of Commerce/

L. Everett.. Yvonne' C- Rob- police officer Chairman hunt Concurred ties excessively. and block the i i( Hall uhn thanked the ,",,- Sponsored jointly bY the office<< or with Mr. Crnnkhltast

(Contlnurd" On Page Two! Glen joined the fore in i I with Wlffitns saying: how crossings. too ions' at a time /latka baseball) team which Florida Institute for Continuing the State Frmrr Market.
January as a rookie.. His'' rmbarrsjuwd he became when Chitty cited on Instant' htpponed along and pushed University Stud Me and Contestants will be vying

t father the late Assistant Civil Defense Awards told that three employees had when all then.;' :rss: ...-) lit. IriKk off the track to al- the Florida Civil Defense for the title now held) by Miss

Chief Cornelius Moore, wee .1 been given raUei,. "It's sort blocked fill 20 minutes' t, Inw the (rain to pass Ttie. Agency, the seminar will bn Jane Alan of Starke, who
member of the force for of embarraalng for somebodyto II .< I concern train 'irtil lea than for the purpose' of pointing
Free Showing I Mayor Randal Chilly' I.I tumn presenting: a group of rllyemplojif The rosin xor u> was UJ'[ ) was crowned queen at last

fear from 1942 until his rer1lflraJe. for completing. a nUl Drfenie .ii..ln"'vIkm tell you there's bra a raise -. that -an ambulance. 10 mlnufits'.! "sergeant...said.. ..: up weaknesses. and strong years Fair. and Strawberry.
OF IMPORTANTCancer death in H2. After three unit .In IVrMfwl. Kurlal' and l : and you call him a liar because _I' points In the. existing CivilDeferwt Festival MLi. Adams played, a

months on the Job. Glen say* I IJ'I I you know a raise has 4Je f structure key role In a recent. at!'awber.r -
Left I. right are Charles Dar... .
Film he likes law enforCf'mP'ldJuaC' I not been granted Hurst said Those attending the seminar promotion In Washington
fine." Kdwls] (Mway. Merrill IVw. .n>rg* Cirando. (tr.rrlHngeortl- j "Matters that Involve! mono will Include elected, of-j, t IJ C. std met many national

ForWomen The younger Moore graduated fist)) Tummy fxlwarrf. (, IJ trim-tor far! lUto-rU. and Mayor ey. such. as these are supposedto ftclals. Uw enforcement officer leaders. while there"

from Bradford High I ( .,lIy. !I come before the council In ), school" and health .personnel -
A J Thomas Jr. presidentof
OnlySat. School in IM1 and worked at a public meeting," Wiggins and civic .leaders" In'! the Bradford County Fair

Bperry-Rand Corp In Gainer said various categories. j
I r Association, sail> the .. April ID vUle until Joining the Starke Mail Carrier IndictedFor -its In the minutes that r tilt be l'lOt 'won for an addition
Police Ills new 1 too." Hunt sdJed
Department. I war Parachute :' to the llvrntiN ildlnv! (, and
Florida Theatre Job "just seems to come naturally Councilman Rwell Lawson' Drop that plan, are nrn.r-uinw foethe

although there. a lotto mbczzclmcnt HereIn I the par raises were aim- Set Sat. AtKeystone
10OO A. 31. I.ald' now EnC: > r rmierH"'vr Op-
learn.' Glen *ay*. I promotions and tha'I
>>M Center!I. which will 1r.
He Is married to former money was already budgeted; AirportA I
Paul Klsh. 23, of 3M W. postage" I "be" bulll In cooj! >-r tlnn with
Dorothy Savage and they for the positions Even 1/). .
I U..t"nllf' Ntti? build-
Grade Weldon St.. a substitute. city icarrier I Blake mid the Indictment: / '31i parorhute drop by 29thRp.eIml Civil
7th .
: have a son Jeffery K post''' Wiggins and Hunt said they Inn. will "'v inmitft' < .In time
with the Starke i
; further Charge thai the envelope .
'I Ui out of
month wanted the matter eorrv Forms J..k.1
: i ,
a' the IfMO Fitir- howeverCounty
has been indicted
Sock Hop office by allegedly opened wa before the council so they wllJ d 1 ennvllle \. m''h..I'|'ttl'..t t for they I I
Federal grand Jury in Jacksonville conslgnd from Lotus WUllams. t A\Ct"\ (> T Jtmuirn' '
Shriners Set be Informed of any' change Keystone( Airport on all counts of em- to the said that he and lua assistant,
BUS GYM Life Insurance Co of f
and will be able to anewe'any day. starting. about I pm. i|
becxlement. according to Bobbr Taylor arc workt'ss; on
Oyster SupperThe Georgia The other five counts questions they might: b'
Friday. April 11 Julian make, clerk of the federal list money taken in the amounts I Aeconlina' to informal entries In the IlK-ttock sectionof

Starke Shrine Club"0TIU'r District! Court, of $:3 W, $4 50. $. 00. asked. 1 received| by O W V.nV"lln. j the Fair ant predicts thf
8 To 11 P.M. Blake laid the Indictment City Clerk Merrill Edward ,. around. l 10mn a successful. showing will 1M
SUP "''T win be held in ISIS, and $J15.Klah 1 1fIof airport ", ralor, .
the BUS Cafeteria Saturday was returned by the. grand had been with the told the council that sum\ Show 'Em How will jump over a period held.
the confusion probably
ThU Spat Contribated night. Apr. ID. starting at ':34 Jury on April 1 The first Stark post office about a from the fact that 'too. much Youngsters of four or five "hours' The teat year's. Fair broke all, ]
o'clock. Through error It was count, dated Feb. 23. charges! year and a half serving. a* previous> records for attendance -
Weekly to Publicize stated in last _k'. Telegraph thathe defendant em-lI relief. city carrier delivering of the council's business Is TfkF..a four high' *rh-. ... students (pat U "n the .... ." .lm.t men will be brought to the and WB .a flninr'n\\ auccean. -

Community Event by that the sapper would f bnzled, an article which. came mostly parcel post .being transacted In He pinatae'wmtlltteq said I week. when. they nwght 21 .hteg ni rfcwrl. nn a fUhtng e.rurIon airport In planes of the llor- despite bad weatherA

be )held in the BUS auditor into his possession .- was Postmaster T C lUsen saidthat meetings" al ('r"a.I "".,, 1 Ida Air National. Guard usual the 8t i '',i notary

The CommunityState ium. Intended to be conveyed by U Klah resigned in February he will henceforth bill \ refuse Increase to Ifakllng. pM-brnoM. weighing seedy 1 19 pnumj each arlr The public u |Invited l to a.w Club will op'n the Fair with
I any or salary
Bank Tickets are available from j 8. mail to Alt the sum of'r following an invesUga that pay has not some before theContinued ( ) link "Ksws.e, ate.. ,,,.I .$.. 1. *..*. 'iM-onu/h. matt .lithe. the parachute drop. VanVallnaid. \ its annual -Mn Day

k any member at the club at $1 13.36 In change and five cents tlon. i I 1 I ( On Page Two I ., Ken "..........1. MUlUm. H_ ." U mat ....... I fish fry on Wednesday! April

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II I Mr and !Mrs W '0 Newborn Mrs Bilwnrd Burns and, Mr and Mrs. R L Sief- nearby cities either receive .1 torment, in Fore Jlills Cum- ford County was adopted by TilE KIOHT POINT fw th

( of Lake Hewitt were Mni. W. U. Sc-ngKtnH attended! ,l !e inns of Tampa and Mr percentage of the phone com: "'1\, ., UeVVitt C Jones' fr'u- the Children's Committee at way you write. C'ome'Jn' .
Tuesday evening dinner KUOits the Regional Library Staff and Mrs. Linton Taylor of pany's revenue or the use 01 ,'rul Home wan in charge of its monthly meeting hre favorite'
select GSVLK-
of Mr and Mrs W. A. Sternon Board meeting! In Q.ilncjvlllc Jacksonville .'epunt: last weekend some phones free ot chirg' local arrangemnts Monday.
. I Mr. Newbern's birthday. We<1tellddY. : with Mr. and Mrs. Mr- The mayor recommence: The project was explainedby CROOK rounUin 1'eJi. TEIE-

. Mrs. L. C. Adams and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and rut Wllllarhsj> ,, that the city negotiate toil I Mr. 48 Charles Francis, principal 1RAPiL;
I Lyon
: GLADYS MOOTY Arthur Brock were in Day- I lon David>
: Phone I tone Bench Tuesday visiting In Orlando( wth1': : and | to her (homo In New York appointed CJun<:l man Ruby ( Set who eald! it was- under; tha '
961-0651 Services of I
. relatives! Mrs. R. i K. Taylor.] They City afWr1 a mouth's vl.>lt Johns and Seeber Ooodmin to!>> I III Economic Opportunities Act Lawn Mower

. Will Slade and son Sam, of I brought home Mr*. E. T. Ve. Kith 'i'Mr. and Mrs. L. F. I II \work with the mayor toward II 1961. and Is designed to glw I

S Baxley. Ga. were last tai who hud, been visiting the Smithr'' ',. opening such negotiations. Fri. Morning I more beginning students the Repair Service I
Mrs Agnes Lawrence aft I Ilia:. w B. Mundy Mrs R. i 1 day overnight guests of Mrs.I Taylors. "Mr" ...,i John! W. CrlLfin of I II\ opportunity for pre-school

, KeyStono! Heights and Mrs.i i'osepalne F, Dcmofent. and Mrs Guy W. S. Slade. !' Mrs. Jude Nocgfl c>f I Key Ouhloctmee, O 11. spent : 67 Teachers \ Thomas Neal Lyon! 43, of training' before starting the FIRESTONE

: Eadie of Fort White Bale spent the first of the Mrs Ethel McCollum and: '' West spent the first of the several days with her mother, S arke. :died! : in a local hospital first grae:: .

e i re patients In Starke Nursing ; week in Tallahassee attending: I Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson-1! wuok with h"r purentu\ :Mr. Mrs; JT. F. Stump Wednesday -
. i tome I the opening of the Legislature vllle were visiting Mrs W. E. i anti, Mrs T. L. Cuxoy.Dr. I' Mr. aNt! !Mr!. Curl Law s of Reap pointed after an extended mOI'nll1l.l\\.

S. Local admittances to Brad- as guests of Sen. and M.'.. I{ Mlddleton Wednesday.: :, II. G. Bollinger attended '' WakefleUI! R. 1. wore! recent; \ Mr. Lyon was born '

ard County Hospital this\ Charley E. Johns. II Dr. Ruth Reynolds has hail: a Chiropractic Seminar: at "1."I Core of :Mr. und Mrs Arthur (Continued From Page OneJ sr, Ckla. on Apr\ 25, 1910.
. veek Include: Herman E'I I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ritch I as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Clyde the Robert Meyer Hotel In McRaa after vacationing and hat: lived in St.iik: fo

. Gamble. Mrs. Mildred Hol- I I.nlIsworth. spent 1 the weekend! In Fort It. Caller of Richmond Va. Jacksonville last Saturday I In Went Palm, Beach. in.ion. TrrlllJ B ;Murray, Ev- the past nine years. coinliiK ;

s Mrs. Buna Myers with Mrs Ida Dekle the l past six weeks, and Mr ind Sunday. I Mrs Rhoda Dampier and elena .&J. kittles.Kevlgiiutloni. here from Geary Okla. H MQTg0

(hears Mrs Ruth E. Meng.I\ and Mr. and Mi's. Donald and Mrs Raymond Mann of'S.nfol'd J, M. Edwards Jr. wall in Mrs. J, D. Grlffls visited Mr I It was a manufacturer's representative Q a

S ,ivlJ-lvln B. Benncfleld Boner. last wet'k."I Henver Colo from Saturday and Mrs. Joe Sullivan and. 1 i I The board accepted ]letter, for' building supplies;
: atarke; Mrs. Vera M. Dyal of.! : Straw berry Queen Ball,, Mrs. F. F. Stump was visit-1 I to Tuesday on bUHlness. Mr. and 'Mrs Llvlan Sullivann of ignatlona fium: Johni a veteran of World War II. : '

S Law ley; Mrs. Mary Ann CotS HpnnNOred by the Clvllan i'lub."I, tog Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.\I\ Patricia Ann Edwards hada Waldo. i I i athim Aborcrombia I leffcc and a member of the First $10.00 VALUE 11x14,

S linn and Mrs. Mildred L. Pays I will be held Friday night! Aw'| Thomson in Montlrello( on dumber party for eight Mf. and Mr>>. Leon Shinier tlve Feb 25)/ ) ; John It Luck I Baptist: Church of Starke ,

ton of Keystone Heights; I i 23. at the Starke Gulf "S' Sunday and Is visltlm Mr. 1 girls. .Inst Friday night of Beckley W. Va. spent several ley Jr.. Mr. Jeanette Alien Surviving are his wife. Lola BUST
Randolph. Wilson and Mrs.)I Country Club 10 p. m. till 1 I I and Mrs John W. Griffin in I Mrs Emma Badman and days last week with hor I and John Manning. C. Lyon of Starke: two w

Jean Afihcom of Waldo: Lester I a. m. ;Mimic by The Spot..[ Ochlorhnee. Ga. for ten days. I ;Mr. and Mrs.\ J. C. Dukes are parents Mr. sad Mrs.. Foxier Other BUS teachers who dif'I daughter!! Patricia Kay Ter- -r
Nfefus and Philip Oliver of adults] and Mrs E. K. Parry- I II I Inot In- rell of Heights, and t VIGNETTEPORTRAIT
Ilnhtrrx. 94 couple 1I ;s: Judge :I|I moving to 319 N. Myrtle] Shi Smith while en route to request reappointment Keystone ,
7Mlrc4ie.'" ; Sorija Yarbrough: ofi I 93 couple [IstudrnUI.I.I man spent last Wednesday' trert: this weekend.Mr. I their new hum in St. Augustine 1 eluded: Walter SlMtrunk. Jerry Diana Kay Lyon of Starke:

Rjdford: and Mrs. Bowie I| Jell Torode of Gainesville and Thursday with Mr. and R.n.1'. ". n. W. Reeseof where Mr. Shimer will il Lawson, Patricia Lawson three eons Thomas Neal Ly-

crews of Brooker spent! the weekend with Mr. Mrs Comer Ferryman In 319 N. Myrtle street are be associated with the Florida Bob Paine Margaret Gourlc.V. on Jr. Michael Edwari Lyon,,

Mike Reddish Eddie Brown\< '' end Mrs W E. Torode and Jacksonville.Mr. moving Into their new home TimesUnion.Mr. Patricia. Ilggenbutham, Mary and Gene Dale Qarbett.! all of

!and Ilaney Tanner. of Murray '1 fjthcr. Billy TorodeMr and Mrs. George Fatten on SR 100 on Saturday. and Mr*. John Mack Townsend, and Dorothy; All Starke: his mother. Mrs. T FOR

fititta College are home this and Mrs L. D., VlnlnK Jr, of St. Petersburg will Dr. sod Mrs. P. L. Whlffen Newnomo of Jacksonville were orucht. N Lyon, of Geary. Okla; two ONLY

week for uprlns;; vacation weN vl.slt.lru Mr and Mrs spend the weekend with Judge I of San Angela, Texas visiting Mr. an.111'''. Jesse/ brothers, Dr. Wade Lyon of

S Mr. and M's\ William Green J. W. Timmciman In Stock and Mrs. O. L. Patten. lust week with their spent and Newsome recently and they,' Mrs. Steere 81 Oklahoma City Okla.. and:
t fit> Jacksonville lUitcrt Mr. njlira. ton. 0... last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rlouxof son all vlalted Stephen Foster Memorial Paul: Lyon of Gary Okla.: ono
dall hler-In-I\w, Dr. and Mrs
J. S. Sapp qn f Saturday Saturday! Atlanta, Oa. are spending D. W. Whiff. In tho afternoon I Passes Sunday sister Mrs. Kathryn Martin $100by

Local adnilttTilers,: to Doc- Billy Tui'oc"i U In BloomJnRtnn. this week. at Strickland's 111'11.Ilco Anderson took Mr. nnd Mrs. L. N. PickerIng After IllnessMrs. 1r EdmonJ, Okla.: and: onrandchlld *
lor's Hospital this weak In- ill for u month 1'rcclvingschooling Landing visited Mr. and Mrs I < .
mother Mrs.
lude: Mrs. ArchlLe- Italllngsworth I- At State Farm Insurance Mr. and Mrs. C. H Nas- to Tifton, Ga. last Dora Saturday Burton Michael I Pickering in Sanford Lois Campbell Steers, Funeral services will be held
and dau htcl'. Co. worthy visited Mr. and Mrs. I James, at 10:30: a. m. Friday in the
for a visit with Mr. unit, last week. HI. widow of the late "
Cheryl Ann. Marsha Dortch Mr. and :Mrs J. C. VlningrJ John Nasworthy In Winter :Mjrlton First Bnptlbt Church with
",I :Mrs. Dun Knroute Bert Newcomb of I A. !Steere. tiled Sunday In a
..nd Billy Stalling of Slaikc; | l nnly uf PiUatka, were Park on Sunday. MI-H. Anderson King. home N. J.". who wan In charge of '1'ictil hospital after an attended Rev. W. A. Hogan with Rev. Limit: 2 Children
\trl!. Josephine Vlckevy ofi Tuc.'rtav evenliiK snpper I II Three Rivers, Mich were visited RoyTurner John R. Brabham officiating To A FamilyACES
the recorder the Gemini illnesM. Born in AnnArbor.
on Studio
i ake Butler; Mrs. Alice.. Ruth ill1C'IOt"", of Mi1'. ana Mrs. L>. D. I IVII11n3 uncut of Mr. and Mrs. Phil at the home of Mr. 18S3. tnterment will follow in Jacksonville Barberree ( :; :
I flight at Cape Kennedy visited Mich on Jan. 21,
and :Mm.:\ Bill
fohnson. of Lawtey; and Mrs. Cronkhite last Tuesday to I In Val- Memory Garden un- ; 6 Wlct. to 10 Yn.
i Utinta, Gu. Brant Turner his parents, Mr. and Mrs. she! had lived 1 In Melrose] nines Satisfaction Guaranteed
miaabeth Mershon of Lake Mr and! Mrs. Van Priest Thursday. The Cronkhltes also> who 1er direction of DfWitt C. Additional Childrtn
i O. S. Newcomb. 11)47) moving there from
"Ity. and son. and Vunette and had as weekend guests, Mr. : accompanied his grandmother./ Jones Funpral Home NO APPOINTMENT $2.00 Each
Mrs. F. J. Shaw has moved Cheryl I Jon"t. of Jacksonville and Mrs Donald Myers and Mm. Anderson/ spent the Portland, Me. She was a mem- Active pollbfarers! will bv NECESSARY 'Selection of Pose

nto her new home on Bcs, were visiting; Mr and Mrs. daughter of Tampa.. weekend with the Brlnsons and bur of Ute Melrose Method Vincent Spemtler Vie Frees

nene Shaw of Kin Hilley Lake Mrs. Henry OHara of her home In :Mobile:I< Ala. today Boby Turner, called for him Surviving. are two daugh- James Hobbs. and; L. F Din-
I Maine of
Lewis F.
ten Mi*
"leave moved Into Mrs. Shaw's Starke and Mrs. Lenora Waddell after 'three weeks visit Sunday afternoon.Mr. kins.
and' Mrs. R. E. Firth Raises Oninen vllle. nnd Ml s Msrgnrot Mon., Tues., Wed. April 12 13 14
torn at 1329 Bussent Road. | and Mr and: Mrs. Ortho with Mrs. Vergle Flynn UrgedContinued ,
Misses! Elaine! Stricklandd i Hammon of Tampa; relun: ?II Mlsw Leslye Mercer of Murray spent the weekend In !St : Steere of Portlan_ Me.-: Children's Group '
Patty Blgham npcnt Saturday after several days State College a recent I Petersburg end nttendnd theState .. one Hon, Dr. William Campbell Hours 9 to 12 1 to 5:30Barksdale's
I ( From Page Onel of Bronxvllle N. Y.; four ;( Endorses Project t
Tuesday and Wednesday at with relatives and friends in pledge to Alpha Sigma, Alpha "Fly-In" at Vero Beach I
and 11 -
grandchildren greatgrandchildren
Stetson University. Adele and Valdosta. Oa. 1 1s, home thla week '111 Sunday.Mm. .
sorority, entire council in a public Head Start'A
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. Stanley Noegel and for spring vacation E. L. BlggH and meeting with trio mattering be>': i Dept. Store

uul Dr and Mrs. R. S. Mul- daughter, Sharon Carol Ro- M...... Ira Corn of Lakeland daughter Karen, of Decatur. duly entered in the mliv I Funeral services will beheld resolution endorsing' ef-
fins and families enjoyed a well aed l Beverly Crawfordwere wax guest of MH! Majlge Oa. wero weekend guests ofMr. utes. In Forest IIUU Chapel) foits to obtain an operation

'.unplng trip at Fort Clinch' I recent guests of Mr. Middleton from Friday to and II'II. Vernon Silcox. His stand wall backed b y, ui Ann Arbor. :Mich. with 'in- Head Start project for Brad
State Park at Stephenson MI''. J. K. 1 Kite
Femandina and Mrs. Ben it j Tuemlny. was'" Visiting the entire council.

(leach last Friday and Satur Vero Beach. i Miss Martha Sue McCain Mr. anal Mm. Unrip Col. When Edwards made the -

day. I of Wildwood ban rented the Inns In Pclham, Ga. over the statements about business being '

-I Klnculd apartment at 326 N. weekend. I transacted in committetmeetings.

I Fishcr n's'Headquarters Walnut Htreet. Mlra McCain Mr. and Mm. Milton I Keaton : Councilman Rub:Y'' I' WOMEN'S

will be the new Home Demon of WayrroHs. Oa. were Sunday|i Johns Immediately denim B

stration Agent for this urea visitors of Mr. anal, Mrs. authorizing! any pay! raises 1 1a li [::1
t starting Apr. IS. Mack Wllllllm.11' committee meeting alone. t I AND MISSES'SHOES

Before You Buy You,| New Spinning; Keel You Mrs., Mao McAtecr of Tam I :\. and Mrlt. W. D. Dnnsby Edwards dlstiutorr! *her say

Must See Our Line of Keels pa spent. the weekend with Mr. : of LanHlng Mich. ore spending I Ing that the Utilities Director

I ant Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Wedneml.iy: to Sundays salary was Increased' '

Our 'nth Full 10 Year Mrs. A. E. McKlnncy I with Mr. and Mrs'' R. O. Dunn- last yearn.
.8peeba1 $1.95 Guarantee visiting Mr. and Mm. I. II.Huzon by. Mrs W. n. DanMby will f had to call Mrs. Johns at hel I
In Jacksonville over the, 'remain for three weeks visit' placd twiwss'to'vei'lfj' ,, thi
.net Itiuifflne buying n Hnhlngrrel. Hint In. .".mulcts I for weekend. I with the DariBbys, and, with I raise since I U was not In thi'I 99CHARGE
10 FuJI Yewra. Think of Ifii' Mivnjra you Mill hnvu, In 10 Mrs. V. V. Hunan spent relative! in Jacksonville I minutes of any council meet' 299 TO / ;

yearn for Just $18.93 f'f I Tuesday to Thursday of last I Mayor Randal Chilly and. ; lug.t .

llato Monoflliuiirnt. '' I.lnn.....i.MI Text. t.liw Top ({"inUlt.vUlll 'week In Tifton. Ga vixiting mm, Randy spent the woelt- I Mrs. Johns dented the call t ;
.. Fill laud| I ,with ,a. Trrin.-iiil.Mit i Mr and Mrs.. Max Furlong.. I I end with hln parents, ;Mr.\ and saying he I Edwards) woulchave" !a! ,
Sa'lnglt III _. $1.00> Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson Mm. M, F. Chitty In Lake- i to hale a tape ri'iovdliu f J/.k r Iy I Fl
It HI.NO YOI'ROUN NI'UUI.STOP of Tallahassee undfl': I land. Ga. to prove It.

and Mrs. Bill Molar of Panama i Mr. and Mrs' Jim Wyatt of The clerk replied that hi'
HY AND SEE OUR Mrs. Feel hay of <}ninei- I could = fxv
City nnd frillies pent +/ prove the pu; ,
the weekend with Mr.' and villa was visiting! her mrHhorMm. was authorl ?d oval .
Tackle Addition ..
t: : Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr. A. Z. Adklnn, lust Thiirs- i the iihonn bcoaiiw he- had thE r I
; and Mrs. Hilly Dealing. day and Friday. secretaries In his' office Uatet & 'r 4 11 I I
A Bait that. In completely unfair, t.. 'Ilii black'. bu... imputation. -
and sons and 11Llnht\ Rev and Mm. Alton Dnhbi In on the rail over extension
Molar, thin killer of buss has taken' a toll of big Invm.
of cucli wolRlitH' R* II Ih... 1 12 tloJ:. and l 1.1: I..... 2 oz. to mention I Stevens of JackMonvlllc were of Jiu'kxonville and/ ;Mr. ard no he could verify It.
Sunday, vlHltora of Mr. and Mrs. Jam" Slal'lInlf'I'rf' TIll discussion ended ..lier I
a few. "'k-III' this bait now In-fore nil HIP Mg II.."" )
visiting Rev and Mr\ Warren the! council passed a motion
MrK. L. n. Green and family.Mr.
sue run glit. The leader of our rontmt now U n new cornerto :
the nblHK circles and. bin name U (trot 1.lrk..rlc.U.) : ..*.. and Mrs. R. H. Grldtr J.. Dobbs In Pulatka lust Sa.i- by Wiggins and seconded!' b]:1:1I

With a weight' of II It*.. 1 IR ..". 1 had visiting them. Mr. and dav.i Mrs. Johns that "any promotions -
,-----, M.... R. W. iHjuvlllp l and non I i Julian E.: ; of Starke i iI pay raise", change! I } 1ili
I./ WN !MOWER SALE of Orange Park on Saturday I has been designated by Life I pay automatlo or otherwisebe "' 6 Af' 1

Insurance Co. of brought before the midi
and Sunday and Lloyd Grlderof Georgia asa
Through ;pI'li 17-:33": Lawn mower with :!',Jill. Briggs '
A 8tratoea onglnAluo --. St. Simona Island on Sun- member of The President'sClub. council In I public meeting:

; dRY and Monday. the company's top honor It passed unanimously( '
Only, $39.95 MH\ Virginia Razor of StPeternburg organisation. Mr. ;McRa earned I Chairman Carl Hurst sale Q-A-

I member-whip In the elite, he thought the motion Will
wan Mr.
""fI 'our complete| llnt! IIr lawn anti gunlm 10...... nil vlmting I li 8 ita
AAVlniro\ o., tanlon. H<_Full, S-4" iiuiriuitr. l plastic and Mrs. E. D. Tenly over group by hU outstanding record I unncessary bee none such. I .. 1
..... the weekend of mile nnd service to policy had already been established y .
llo -(ict lliln M"|IIKM-U"". 18.93( NV V4.93 UniltrdHtnrk
on clews| IU..iii._F1r.t rums It rut s'r od.BA31nAL1 Mr.. Wayne Wheeler of j policy holders during 1964. and la In the min

Ksnmi City, Mo U vt..IU"1f. I Mr. and Mrs. John Slmp..nhad I utes. He entertained the motion It't love at first sight when you set our collection -
; ,[ [, AND SOFTBALL EQUIPMENT. tier brother-in-law and sinter. 1 as visitors recently Mi's. however, to clear up any F
of and for
Spring Easter shoes the entire
A Mr and Mm. Leo Champion. John A. hwnemann of doubt In the USU +
lock of .\11' _
C'mnplrtn '' liiiiwlmll Shorn &JM. .
pl ta cluck of youth baseball slurs bats, bitllii. I'rkv a. -oin-on 'or two weeks.Tlmmy I leon, Win., and, Mr. /l.nd11.; .*. In other action at the meet- family! Carp's first quality shoes are mad. _

baseball and ,...fllM>ll gloves, Hint you. ran liMnllr. lirlittr.STARKE Thompson hralm Donald D. Simpson of Deland.i ] inn the council: under exacting specifications every pair
two bones In his right foot i Mr and Mrs. J. T Quigley I Accepted a request by a I guaranteed for eamplttt satisfaction In com
while were in Jacksonville last delegation of property owner,
playing at home Uu week,
fort fit and wear! Yon can be sure of the
1 headed by Tommy Lewis that
BUILDERS SUPPLIES SaturdaTer \ \\"hel'r.( Qvilgley .had been
i Invited to address' the Senior ,, a 20-foot wide alley' In back j finest when you buy your shots at Carp's '

I I Citizen's: Club meeting In the' of the Guidon Restaurant b"closrd. and bt pleasantly surprised at tho modest price I: IT

Murray\ Hill Presbyterian Hurst appointed .a
j !
you is
committee of Councilmen Ru No
Church rooms. Money Down,
;Mr.\ and Mr.. H. L. nenn and MrsV G. ThomM cfJiickmmville Lawson to study the request .
.... .:..-: _.----- -, '- -. ;:; :;; :::::: .
will r Motors 'I W. M[. Bennett | along with City Attorney! .BOYS' :..:...'"'- .:; "" r..". )
egg of Live Oak Mr. and Mrs.' i George Pierce.

Bryant Reddish of Lnwtey Heard a recommendation by AND GIRLS' SHOES MEN'S
nnd Mr. lather Starling And I Earl Besacnt of the city's engineering DRESS SHOES

Miss Diane \\httehi of fum. Reynolds,
Starke were! recent dinners I' Smith and Hills of Jacksonville j99> T0 A 99

guests of Mr. and Fred Ben that a new pump be Installed 599 TO 8"
Front EndAlignment at Well No. a: at the
and :Mm. Richard. Ray city garage He suggested that

and family of Atlanta C.... a pump of larger capacity replace -

visited Mr. and;! Mrs J the defective one mhlch j

9. Hupp and .family from Wedj j la 20 years old
ne-.1RY to Sunday The (cost around $2.600.: can i

Mrs. Mottle. Gahngnn Is be Included In the bond issue: H
visiting. Mr. and Mrs. R. KGahagan for the sewerage! plant and J

Jr. in Uluffton. S. C utility Improvement. Besaont

MJr. and Mrs V J. Speng- said lie added however, that r

.50 V ler and Cool IInd1'1I.; J. 't. i iGrlffln every time the city com" to the
S >
TllKOUnil APRIL "lten.I l the banquet bond money for a dollar they
and dance last week at knock off an inch of sewer
17TH f line. He said the cost should
the Gt'OrlfeVa..hLnIrtl>n Hotel!: l r
be defrayed by the city's doIng -
at the National l Guard Officer t4
convention. !some of It* own labor in

JIMMY BOWEN Mn. T J. Thomas of V.l- Installing new water lines.
1oaU and Mr, I411i n Phil- Accepted a suggestion\ bMayor ,

Front EndSpecialist Ups of Lake City recently i Randal Chitty that the rn,

visited their sister Mrs. Br-'I City negotiate with the Independent -

tha Pearce for several days i Telephone Companj
:Mr.. and Mrs Clarence' An- for some type of remuneration .t
ilreii' of Panama City were In return, for the 3oyearfranchlH !_
the has
recent guests! of )Ir. and : city Ilvf'nthe

::1.11'. .. Arthur McRae. phone company. The may-
or pointed out that otter


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v Junior Club Mental HealthTo In Jacknonvllle. 1..111. Monday nens i i and Miss Darlene Huff members -
Ruben Moulry. hud to return Serve hash on 4 plates, of the library staff, will
Elects Officers be j Be TopicAt to the doctor In Oiango. making ,light Indention In I!I also be regular story-tellers.

Q_ Plans Zoo TripThe 1 Woman's Club rt x Park last Thurailay center Place a poached. egg I'I
HIM red Carter entered, St atop each serving. Makes 4'lervlng

-- Junior Woman's Club j Dr. RUMrd:: McGee assistant I Vincent's Hospital for x .any. *. Lawn Mower
held its Apt II meeting Monday professor of the Department taut Thursday.
GLADYS MOOTY evening in the clubhouse. Mrs. of Clinic Psychologyof I We were sorry to learn that Story Hour Repair Service I
Phone 964-0651 D. W. Whiffen presented. the the J. Hillls Miller Health Dawson" Piulgott' of Mlilille-(
program. showing slides she Center will talk on Mental I burg Is not recovering as had To lie Regular FIRESTONE

had taken while in Germany Health at the Stark Wom I been expcot' <*d. Library FeatureA
:Preferential Tea ,', There will be a trip. for club,, an's Club meeting next Wednesday Rudolph Padgett of 1 11.)!.. I'

Honors RusheesOf 1 members' children who are at 3:30: p.m. at the! I tors Inlet vlstteil his r"'rllh.1, Story-telling Hour for
II five years or older to the club house Mr and Mrs.. Hirano. P ilctl.'| .iliiMivn\. it to D. will be a regular FOR LEASENew

( Beta Sigma Phi I' Highland Zoo and fire tower This will be an open' meetIng over the weckcrul feature of the StsrkeHiitilford Threw Buy
this Saturday at 2 p. m. This I ,{ J't and all members Ire asked s Bobby Mitchell 1:0 I: stntlitnoil ,. County Library I'R
Members of the Beta Sigma is an activity of the conservation -i to bring A guest. The program 7 ? a n, in Africa for aura' ,'"ty. at"11 ting Tuesday. Apr. 2?. Station.. on I7.H. SOI. NearFanners
Phi sorority entertained at department. 4 is In charge of Mrs. P Mrs Joyce. Cnrmihnti, and ri.uiM' were inmlo. .at the Sto- Market.
''a lovely Preferential Tea I On Saturday. Apr. 10 at. 10 I G. Felos. wf"t children nf Jacksonville, I.\ -tellin//{ Woikahitp. on Wedncttliiy. -
Sunday afternoon from three a. m. there will be showing of Annual reports from all te. "t. Vt overnight guests' .. ...'"WN''I \ March 31, for the first No KxpeMence NewewmrjrPaid -
I to four o'clock honoring he two films on cancer at. the partment chairmen and vice .. ";;'.. ..a her stepfather snit mother, lumr to bo a part. of the National 1 Tralnlnc4nnu.
club's ruahees and past spun Florida Theatre. Dr. Margaret Miss KirklandTo presidents< are due lit this Mr. and :Mrs.. Julian Dixon. Library Week obsorvtincc. Financing .\''Vallahl...

on and directors. The scene r Wakl. a pathologist from the meeting. Mr and Mrn. Clnrcnco Mns- For' Further Information
of this delightful affair was 4 University of Florida Medical Wed Mr. Poston Hostesses for the afternoor Miss Karen Stone ley and family of Jackmm-. Tho workshop wits. conducted Write

the home of Mrs. W A. Stern Center, will be present to answer are: Mm. A. N. Hollldny To Wed Tom LongIn vlllo visited" Mr. and Mrs( by Mrs. Jody PllUnx, TRAVIS MATIIIH
April 17 to the date chosen
the club's: director, at 1339 S I questions after the films Walnut St. A nursery will be provided at by Mtaa Barbara Ann Kirklandfor gate, Mrs. James Blsckuheiir May Rites thn weekend Santa Ke Library Rt'llon.1 Jnrkwnnvlll. *. ...1...
A yellow color scheme wa the Methodist Church. her wedding according to Mrs F. J. Shaw Mrs W. aBlade. Mrs Thernm Williamson! nmliMvlil wliit dlncusHrd. story-telling
[carried out in the attractive The club voted in six new an announcement by her par Mr. Anti Mrs 1-oul. F..lwarcl I
w: Mrs. Clyde Stnrlnlr of flowers members Mrs. Herbert Davis. eMs Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirk- Stone of Covtngton (O" 4n.
I arrangements of sprint r4Jeanne : Mrs, M. U Proctor Jr. MrsLester visited. Mrs. Frank Curler tell stories In libraries;
used In decorating the Mrs. Jerry Hick Mrs. Ous land. Jr. The bridegroom-elect' Crews Mrs. I>"nve! flounce ,t the engagement of Sunday nttrrnoon., a story-teller's personal e-
home for the occasion. The Ko lou_, Mrs. B. F Mlzcl' Is Thomas. P. Poston son of Devrlck Mrs.' L. H OlbitnnMrs. their' daughter, Karen Ixniliw. Mr. nml, :\II'''. PI ion 'lulpmritt how to chose a l I

tea table, overlaid with a Jr.. Mrs. Robert 6app. and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard C. Pos T. O. Rltch Mrs. N. H to Thomas Telfnlr Long Jr I were supper' guests of Mr story lu tell how to prepare ;

beautiful cut-work cloth: was Mrs. Ray Henderson. ton of PampNro, S. C. Rosier, Mrs. C. M. Schmttt Son of Col. and Mrs and I Mrll. Tnm llrvnnt"; of J...rknonvllle the story for telling; and /
centered with an arrangementof PolletIs : Officers for the coming year Vows will be said by the Mrs. D. I. Sllcox lot I'll. Sr Tt'lflllr Long. &. Sr. of atnrko. best' Sunday, night. how' to presort, the story to a I
... were elected a* follows: Prrsi1 couple at 7 p.m. in the Stark The bride-elect In a ""lute s rRentals
yellow ro e. Flanking the Engaged i 1 Smith, 101... W. n. Thomas gr MM' PHilgett. underwent surgery UilMieii.Mis, .
centerpiece were silver can- dent. Mrs. Harold Godwin Church of God in a service to Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mr!*. Jack, \ "% of ,Newton County' Illsh : .last. Thurmloy. In I hM HnvnI Illlati brought a rils-
delabra. with burning yellow''' Mr and Mrs W It, Shy tie of 1 lot Vice President, Mrs. EllI whloh Invited.friends and relatives an., Trawlck. Mrs U D. Whittle School. and 'attended. the Wom- Meillonl Center We wish |pity of IxHiks' on how to toll I

tapers. Mrs. Rudolph Hutche- Orlando' announce the engagement I gene Tanner; Secretary, MIMI Mia and Mrs. Orte Wiggins.Starke an's College of OeorRlu In him a| rrrnvery.Mrs. atones, as well .at collections''
son presided at ,the crystal of I heir daughter, Jeanne I Bally Sink; Treasurer Mrs. from Kirkland graduated Mllle punch bowl. Carol milet to tennis M |I Gene Shaw: Senior Sponsor. Bradford High School the American Telephoned r.1. fr\, 'm Ourrle. N. C 'lust six. distributed' l hook (Ms Df''
H, H Adams and Mr. Ponton, from llsnns ElementaryPTA .
"+ l Company In
Th. receiving Hue wait Warren won of> Loyce M. W. r- Telegraph wick after visiting her "noil- I stories for 'the .beginning,
composed of Mrs. Connie ran of Dallim.. Texas and the Hostemes for the evening High In PampUra, S. C.J: New- Elects SlateThe Ulnrtta, In-liiw and. daughter" Mr. nmlMm lOt my-del ler. $1 Per Day
were Mrs. Bob Ferguson, berry College, Newberry, a. Co; Tho future brUlegroiim gnulunte "-
Clark Mrs. Arthur Patray .late. M.... Warren Charles. Colbert, nml"umlly
Maurice Emory University In Atlanta, Mrs. Carl Minx and 1 Mrs : Al.,. NEW; PORTABI.KH
and Mrs. W. A. Stem. The bride-elect is. the granddaughter chairman, Mrs Ed- Starke Elementary PTA wards Jr. Mrs. Bill Epos. and On. and In. now enrolled' with .- 1 dim Koprliiiioi'* urn coordln- rDDahmer's
of Mr. and :Mrs Ix-n- nominated new officers!\ << at thr Sthnol." He 1Itlt'n.1<' l III.Univemlly lll":Xil'K': ,rXirt Tllf' WP'KKllrenkfaMt : ': I
ton U. Morgan Sr. of Starke. Mrs. Jack Haxen. The Florida Inntltutf of Continuing meeting Tuesday night In the of 1 P9orld< '<'li'> IIn.1 l lgrn lljish. :3 I tsldeaiNaess I .tliMN of the. program... Othervolunteer (;111

and formerly resided' here. She University Studies. cafetortum.The <1imtod, from .Flurlda l SlateUniversity. | ,, butter or mllrIIII'ln.. Htory-lnllerM. will beMuse I
WinA graduated from Maynard Senior Citizens The couple will rnalde "at I nominating commlttt''f'lIf'ntt'd 110 was a ntomtwrnt nhiiiit ty' (hound. leftover imilt, Kay NiiiKlui" lan.l, Miss.
I 5224 Roanoks Boulevard In (florin.' Pivlgvtt.', Miss Lee
Pavans: High School 'In Orlando Use Irish Theme the new slate of officer HMa Gamma Sigma, honorrranternlty cat l 'hv rf, Kifiuml' ." <((2<:I naps) I its I
Jacksonville. Ditrhy, Mrs. Oiilph ItexMlnh" i
for the coming year and Kappa Alpha -
and Is now a senior at Howard raps finny" decal. raw' pc>tale. .
At Supper president' Mrs John A To- Order sor-lal) fruternltv and Mrs Pst Mrs.
MeetingSeventy [ ; Htengel
College Birmingham, Ala., Is cup hotly rhiipped" onlun. I 112 I E. can rho 9rtM771!
where ahe Is a member t>f Phi DKG Chapter rode: first vtre-prfnl'lent, Mrs Mr. Log 111 also! employed, hy 3-1 I cup .hiM-f broth; S teaHMiml Pat. Siiiggtnn, Mrs Lois. Clark, +j'
Theta Senior ClUsens Including Bill Crow; second vlre-presl- the American Telrphime nrt'lTelegrnph mitt, 4
Kappa honorary society Holds | eggs.
Pile the AiinnclAtlon for Childhood !guests from the Pa- Impressive dent., Mrs. U F Geiger: third ,. Conipuny In Allnnta Melt butter In iiklllnt,, adds"

Education and the StudentNatkonal latka club celebrated a belated Initiation vtc -pre ldent, Mrs. Johnny I l>eef. |1",1.1., l onion broth nmlonlt Easter
Education AlI OClatlon. Irish nlaht etch a covered i Green' and Mrs. Michael Sexton The wedding.. will be. nn min well. Cover aminoli SpecialOn

In dish supper on March 23 Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta ; secretary Herbert Orren; event of May 1 1.1 nt the KlrMtQaptlMt < over low limit stirring ,,
in the Starke Woman's Club. Kappa GammA held its treasurer' Sid Shuford. Officers in .
an Church
Mr. Warren graduated. fromHlllcrrat Covlngtiui. omen, till "puliitnes, lire tender" @
KOCHCASH High School In Iml- Tables were covered with nual initiation ceremony at will be Installed at the I[}a. nhniit' 12 minutes. irnfovernml :

las, Texan and Southern MelhOIII..t green and white cloths: and 7:30: last Friday night in the May meeting. irink. llvo\ it.lilltlnriHl, mill COLD WAVES
held arrangement of azaleasand Starke Woman Club. Or Mrs. Torode presided over nlr.
University In 1W2.! lilies. Each member Zellner the meeting and Rev. John to bed with pneumonia I ln+ ,.t
day Mary
state research
'liming l .lust. :3 t (to nilnutm
I Itrit. $15.00()() Itrir. '$10.00
and witha Brabham the devotional Sumlny.!'
guest was provided chairman of the society, directed gave ,
hn h IH the
raking" slip
Den Five Cubs traditional lapel shamrock the Impreaalv candlelight The first grade. presented a Mr. amt Mrs.. Hilly Padgett! eggs Kor For
Visit bearing his or her name. ceremony Initiating Mrs. "Trip to the Zon" during the I'"f MUlilleburg, vlnlliM Mrs ..boiling/ water. or .egg' ..
ExpositionDen ,pourhrr, rook to POT First and second: door prises Adele Mitchell. prognun 'P..(l<|nll'S griinctpnreittt Mr

five of Cub Srput perk were won by Art Lock wood, I The club house was besutl- Refreshmen' were sra' Ne Pnsclm and Mrs. Isabel Firth & fully decorated In red and by the second and thlrl I <', nftenoon.Mrs .
to Soma Nothing 70 visited, the North Flortd i (', OKTII\NKS! Reg. $8.00 e NOW $6.00
to Writ*. No Rtamp to Council Roy Scout eapoMtlnn 1 eral rounds of card bingo -V-I' gold the sorority colon grades with. N. 'a.. Chxrt<*| Illrntn. I'ndgott' was In

Lie*. No Obligation. Just on Saturday at the Gator enjoyed with. more than Palm, green plants, and red Johns and Mrs Alec Yawn aa\\ I Stroke Hatufil" ty helping, her With cI'rl-at, | gratltudn ....r AM. WORK r.irAKANTKKI' : :
Onat I" Each Week or Bowl. prises won. I dahlias were arranged as s I cha1nnf'I| i ii IHm-ln-lI\w nnil" Iminhlor.. Mr extend tlila word of tlunk
Several Times a I>ay and Opt Exhibit: and denioiwt, Mrs. Anna James played the focal point for the ceremony i and Mr I. K 1'it'lni-tt.. inovoto for the many kind, acts of

Tsar FKKJB' "Cm..h Po'" tions were put on by more piano accompaniment. for' Arrangements of yellow flow Recent Birth I MaiH" n llnnil' sympathy expressed. by Parrish Beauty Shop
neks than 100 Hoy Scout. troop; !group singing of several IrUh I ers and red srdeila berries Mr snil, Mrs Ilitrily. I'li-U'-'t' thoughtful friends and neigh
List "."k.. WinnerUMCLAIMEI1 and Cub Scout ......k.. Morel songs were placed at vantage points Mr. and Mrs Fred L. Wat-1\ amt< Mrs llowiinl. Pii.lnr'il, : nt- I. burs We aliu. > thank DiNtorsHiMpltal. HIONK: IH.1..T17I: : IIROOKKR:
than 2OOOO people attendedthe The members were. glad to throughout the club to com terson. BUrke, announce the tended I{ the I't'vtv..l..t. long Jones Fiinernl I loin"

Exposition I* n flve was welcome Mrs' Rose Itslsall plete the color scheme. adoption of a daughter, Marylouts. ranch Church last. Monday. and Plne> Level Church for I.
months' '' in Bt. their "", '_*. It has meant
abolence.I 1
v Cash' Pot NOW arrompanled by their den after a three The business meeting! 'wu born April night.'
mother Mrs. Carl 8. Sewell She was. accompanied by her presided over by the president, Vincent's Hospital. We sorry. to l learn. that. much. to us. May Chat| Lucas. .
and Mr Sewell. I sister. Mrs. Bal Osrvey, of Mrs. Muriel Norms Mln JesHls, Manning h".1| to ho all of you. Family of Jim I) i illcck

$75.00! New Jersey.The Nebo Starnes gave the devotional Bradford County. lfopltalannounces ) ...1 la Ht. Vincent's lloiipUnl MI"h'j, i ,NO IRONING!
I club vice president.Mrs the following i
Qua11t)- ** MProMripcio quality Beta PhiBeta and committee reports I 11
"Kf-rvle at Sigma Stein Is 111 with eye trouble were given. The chapter births: I'L
Konm DKi'u.nsr and Mr and Mrs. 8lo1 will give a I2S scholarship to Mr. and Mrs. Jo. CsrlosPsrrUh
Phi sorority will I
hays N..' aa FOIeJKOCH'S Slams 1 comb chairman and secretary I' the senior girl from Baker. Brooker. a dsuiihter definitely.
hold IU Pledge Ritual In the .
AT I of the program committee are Bradford Clay, or Union Sandra Jean Apr 3. 1't\t lalke's fo'lIJllhlnn I."dt'rZ.
Pecan Room of the Garden aim on the sick (lUtI County scoring the highest on Mr. and M'a Wade henry rr absolutely. +
Restaurant Monday night. I Mrs Larman. president of I the BAT and a gift will. be P.ulk. Htsrke. a vtil. Wade I'

PREP: OI'l..tRY: ; Apr 12 Dinner will. bo I i iI the Palalka Club expressed presented to the second hlah-1, Henry Paulk .Jr. Apr 1. I -: \ positively. i
i servedI iI I appreciation for the delicious) eat These girls will be honored Mr sn-1 Mrs. Randolph

I supper and fine entertainment at the. May meeting I Crews, Htsike.' a ion Apr 7 I I unequivocally.
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I The .refreshment table was Mr and Mrs Sidney F lvicKy' l\ i I
The next meeting of the overlaid with an Imported J Orlffls. Jr. 8tarke!, a win, '

1 club will. bo held' at 7 30 p. mTuesday. cut-work: cloth centered with I Apr. II \. '
QUALITY / e FRKI: :: Apr 13. st the Pratt a beautiful arrangement of I I ,. unquestionab'r

won ESTIMATES; : Street Recreation renter red rows. flanked by brass Mr and Mrs,. Charles n.r-
Plana will. bo mad for participation candlesticks I holding red ton of lfce City annoiin-" ,
at the Bradford taper The rut glass punchbowl the birth of a daughter Vlckl- lll V
two-tiered Lynn on Maim 31 Maternal Vllli
County FairAlleyCarter. I balanced a t.I t.
!gold tld-blt tr.,. Oold dishes grandparents sro Mr srV
I and braas trays completed the Mrs Robert marling of '
II I Uhle sppolntmentsThirtythree" ;i Ktsrko Mn Barton U the ;i ir

Joseph R. Boyer Mr and Mrs WHM" "m A member from former Sandra i r.

Alley of lltaleah announce. Baker. CI.,. Bradford and I r IIII t'
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Painting Contractor the marring'" of their daughter. Union Counties attended. u as I y I .
MenVters from Btarke serving
Kawlra. fo Morris Carter
Jr. s.n of Mr and Mrs. "'Jr- I a* rwMtMtsrs were Muriel Nor-CLAY HILL .
LET: LTS CJIVK; : Yorit IIOMK() : A NKWLEASE ; { man. Fins llsrt CVo Andrew -' : J
red Carter of !Mark I
.. tubs Sterns, Mona /
; :\ : ON=- Ito,11"11'New : Mr Carter .In a lf-12! gr. IMto of llrs'lrnM. High School, .
The we.lng took place Ruse Wlnkler ) Fhon ZIPliltvv.vvvvvvvvvvv..v..v.l.. V .
Phone No.9644382
March 22 In fMarke. Little Women I .II GTb .

Sec Cancer Film ;I I rue, ;rrr-': .\im r.TTC4M 'I u,6, I
Tadgott and Mrs bile ",

Th. Little Womon's Club I ale lee Sller. of Mlsrku nnrxHiore 11. ._ ... .",' ..:
will see. a film on Carver pr.- the marriage", of their UnJ4u.'f t1 1r "
EpwTr ..nte l by I>r. A. J. Barry and daughter, Betty. Jean. to Hilly. i .'
Mrs. Arlon" McKnlght. .t the I. Ps..gott, ern of Mr and MrsRlwnod I r 4 J

meeting on Monday Apr Padgett. <* Jsrbiwjn-. I II t ".- : .J..o>!Ns+tg.S""v "'e
7-30: p m In the club I vlllo. The wwVKnsT took |piers l 1
''fhe.1.1Lk houoeHostess's Friday nlgttt, April 11. at the J
\ for the evening\ rxn. of the l>rM.'. stepfather We Jint can't use enough adjective toy

will b*! Patty nichsm. Msrlsn and mother. Mr and Mrs keen and Kathleen Thorns I Prank Hilros The llrVIx. In I'.
fri shirt Is made of l UX"i( ) Dacron: pnly/
: the gnwwl>l...iigr>tor of Mr ami''
ester in a Irk-ot: weave" 'that t refuse* (10 wrinkle
Altar Mrs Henry M'..l.y of Clay':
I Society I i drflnilely, absolutely and positively; Wash. it

STOP IN BETWEEN: NOV/ Hill l!,9 ,,1 any way you "" .nl. Two hours later it I I. dry 1
m Kdwsrds Altar flnrletr rrN(m( K 1' F
AND EASTER WITH YOUR IThursdsyl ready to wear-anil) a IVctoleiM: shirt will Mr 1
will meet tonight I The PTA noting wtll.b* '
PARENTS FOR AN ATTRACTIVE: at 1-30 oVlork In the parish bald. In he >rh..,1 l csfoterU DfllC1OU1lY !SAY. .. a:[ outlast/ any ill-cotton: shirt unquestionably/ ((1 4 +

"NEST EGG COIN BANK WIC haU with Mrs Lester Humph I Tu....lay nlgbt. April I 17. Pv..ryorN : low wow .eywAee Ie A4. : bgae 11Iuwipq I : 'I1u
IN 1 rips. u hot,Miat wclrome (A attomtOur 2 p.... w'. 01 ......,. sad colon and stripes to choos from. ;; 1

JESTER EGG COLORS. A!" 7 o'clock, I grinl for Sunday MrS.. last week was W,. and had ,
St. Mark's Auxiliary w ..... .0w ....... J.w.......#... n-.
: : '9 Th. prbnary rlww 1 won tIM j
?MAKE COK HTEVT; :SAVTrjr-.S; ; A HABIT I boo rvwor, ......... ._, c r.e.rwJ -'-... Ikw.d.lpq

*' t; Marks Auxiliary will I It*pt torn was heM. at the awed p.else -J ..,Lit J I ARROW

AT I the meet nom Monday. of Mrs.t T.3/O. L> I>mg Brsnrh Crook Homdayftornonn. ._ _s_. ......_. ...... ,.,.vq a w.u. 1
Ml.. Patty J..a
lay and Mrs J. W. KI........ i a.- s M u. ECTOUENE
was b ptior| and entered the ;

FIrst Federal Savings and Loan St. Mark's Supper I fellowship. of th. rtvtirJt Mun4ay ( A ,
night.Ploa inlulfilccvrs.' / .
ASSOCIATION=- STAKKK: M Marks Episcopal' rhurrh',: .o i.n,>.."be ( nuMUng Friday .bogtnnuig :
will hare a covered dish .p.( ,. I.
at a a m. Lunch will bot ;
at the I
par parMi hooa on
Your Savings Earn More! Friday .( '.M p m prer4l-ig served. at warn !

the .last of the Lenten *.rvt rr.'UiIO lAA $11.99'I 1
:18 North Tempi Ate. ... Mrs W H Crsham: and Mrs Tm fy Mae Crmrfy ntI STAKKF/S
Mr H. A Bishop Jr will,I Lang Branch vtMtvt. )c,. J IM| FASHION I.KADKKI : ) ;
aI ._.;.is
e -..,,.. as boMt-. resale Ortor, wed to"" "n",1



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irE rorn nRAnF'ORt) ("ot: "TV TKinr.R\iMi. STMIKF; ir.onm/% TlIt-R$ O.\T'. APRIT R. lfW.1 ,I
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I his will make the highway*I ., ----s'w ,. l\
Parking Light a 1965-66 StudentsAre She Is a descendant of Francis
u safer place to drive during ; ,
Jane who !
| N. and' Andreu.
Laws Will Be twilight hours" Sgt. Crawford l I I 1 Eligible) were among the earliest settle Tk

Enforced NowThe .'Rid. For Head Start ., *s. of Bradford County. In
..' I 1854 Mr. Andreu was given a
Florida Hlffhwny F .'i:1"() /
11'01) ) announcoti that the, ..10"i Sunday For .. ,' I of Starke! Elementary School,, -Ht : what is now the western part
i I.nn 'ot t' the rrjjulntory. t ;.ifllc) was notified. this week thnt. ot Staike. about where th'
I Idealing- with: .the use oi P/Irs. ThornquestI all children to he enrolled In W, T. Jackson home Is located -

limiting$ lights, while} vehicle I first: grade next year wouldbe The land grant was for
\is in motion, will t": ) enforced: :\ Jennie Thornquest: 97,, eligible for tho protect I service: in the Seminole In-
niiiediitelySgr 1 t, viitlow: of the late\ E.ncst II Head Start kindergarten program I dian War. in which Mr. An-

t Floy.l Crawford, .Troop i Thornquest. died Saturday at ,, r, ; This will Include all dreu enlisted In 1840 from St.
.ii ty oftieer, explains thnl I, the home of hr daughter,, .t'W, .... -1 children born prior to Ocrem- Augustine. He was descended
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roi the last several ycais( ,, I Mrs. Lois Johnson, in Jacksonville 'evii p'!'.A, ber 31, 1950.:> This programwill from Don Juan Andreu who '
Troopers have been warning after an extended '.; oporate eight weeks from I came to this country from the

motorists for this! violation., illness. : ..,'-lIYf'i June 14 -thr ugl1 August 6. Island of Minorca about 1813

Announcements! havo buen I 1-4- Mrs. Thornqucst was born in ." "H '' The) primary pUl' OlIO of operation 4 Although defended from '.t&'s A NATURAL- FOR
'md ,that driving a vehicle i St.. Louis Mich on March 28. Head Start U to *.Htabllwh I some of the earliest settlers.Mrs. STARTED1
with parking lights turnod on 1868 and lived 1 in Starka for VI :mS. _

I if !ill vlolntlon of traffic laws many years before moving toJacksonville for drat graders no that all lived In Bradford: County until -
Now warning: has stoppe-l< ,, ten years ago .. -, students( < will! begin/ school on ahe and her husband If )our battery l IN. pu..t

ml 1 itatlona will be made for She was a member of th:: f. ",' an equal bant lll. Parents: will bought their place on Santa I retlrcnu-nt uit-. stop In today -
!? let Innlall i n
thlq violation," Sgt. Crawford Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle be needed to h"lp In the operation .4 Fa three :years ago. anuS UH
) new un<*. We handle Olainond -
local .
i id. In Starke. and the r..J- of this- program.All biUterlrw. Fully giiur-

He went on to explain that WCTU patents of Bradford _
under, Sec. 317.5 l of the Besides her daughter, she is County interested In enrolling I Lawn Mower
slat:: statutes: and Sec. 'survived by one .sister. Mrs. their children in thla eight- l.FRESCOTT
317.591, the law requires that i' Gertrude Garland, of Jack- week Bummer kindergarten j Repair Service
sonville. She was a niece of asked to contact, '
parked vehicles, outslda a municipality program are I ,

.. or unattended, whether, will display attended Its of the Mayo Mayo Clinic.brothers founders either Charle Stark' i Francis Elementary, principal I I Holm. Nor..\vortliy of -t-:: ;: }'.. nhim; -line .....II..t-: : :: urroHheud FIRESTONE 210 Shell S. TEMPI.K Service AVr.jJww .

'parking lights between the Funeral servclcs were held School, or C. C. Anderson, I ., she .Inane, to exhibit", at Itrudfnnl. County Fair 1..1..1'I .

.hours of one- !Sunset\ until one-half hour before graveside In Santa Fe Cemei -I important that this he done
sunrise. Also that whena i tery near Hampton with J. T nn noon an possible. Santa Fe Lake Arrowheads I
I Quigley of the Tabernacle officiating. AND REPOSSESSED
vehicle In parked and the ; I NEW I

,be headlights on the low are, or on,dim they beam will 1' the family. plot Interment under was direction in ; Sgt. Charron And His Plane TIPS ; Date Back To 4,000 B.C. ,.. :

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section"Most occur violations during of twilight this Funeral of Home: Jones I Staff Sergeant A. E Cha, 1'- the nlrrrnft and monitors all I: On Gardening t Santa Fe lake was as popu- 1 miking. :I r:7 I '1 1
lar with hunters and fishermen !
hours when motorists will ron son of Mr. and MM. O. R.I' maintenance work on it i It Ia said that the Indians:! ,

drive with only their parking I Tor ode Resigns Chnrron) of Hampton In! pictured : I It l.i Elg!.. Charron'd ronponHlblHty Take a few tips from UieStiU Christas--even before it is with the time of I shaped their arrowheads and "' M ;
Hoard of HoalUi before present knives
I Crawford with the specially- by heating flint tlvn
!lights on, Sgt. to keep the piano operationally day sportsmen.
said. "The law requires thatthey From State equipped KC-121: alrrrnft for i ready arniiml-th. ttlock you' get too involved thin ThIs is I dropping water on It so that
.. mutt put their liead- which ha la responsible ntj I for duty' with tho ADC spring. in gardening or lawn I the conclusion the rock would( split or nuke
Mrs. L.
by W. I Robe
Jights on and dim them when BoardJohn McCoy Air Force" DaRe in fleet which (guards! the con work. I I Andreul) 1 oft in the dewlred shape; Since Stainle' Steel' Top

mooting on-romlns" truffle, Racing Orlando. tinental LT,S. against. enemy T---tetanus (lockjaw) germs has ample Norsworthy evidence to and support she: I the type of flint or other New (;enerl"! Klvctric:' 21" It:1nlre __$149.9:)
Charron linger In, the noil Dr. I atone used: in the arrowheads
Another lime when headlights Sgt. was recently air atturk. says her belief I
are required t la in fog A. Torode of Starke named aircraft maintenancecrew Sgt. Charron is married to Charlton' Prather director of '' form of arrowheads evidence In the ia not found in this section of 500 watt with Remote Control

or rain, or when the road laoinoko has resigned: < from the State chief of the Air Defense the former Antonia C. Ruiz of the Division of Kplileniiology, 'I' Indian artifacts and recovered other j :Florida, it Is obvious that the lIMed Hell & howell Slide Projector 49.93Case.Fla'h :

filled Silt Crawford, ex I Racing Commission, effective Command. (A DC) radar patrol" Spain. especially! if there 'lire farm I from the beach In front of Indians mint have been trans
plained. Moet motorist. use Apr 1, and was succeeded by plant. lie( orders all parts. for animals. around or If barnyard/ her lent, importing the. stone from and light meter
I of Jacksonville ;I home in the "Pumpkin other state, I Used r Kodak Signet; 33 25.00
parking lights, when. hlllI< Robert C Lcchncr manure him been used. It is Patch" section of Santa Fe I or from the' j
.. I an appointee of Governor Tampa area, where some of it
lights are .Tequlred the safe Burns. Marion Cottle Mark's Episcopal Church at I u iturloua disease, entering the I Lake In Southeast Bradford In said to ba found lied I Ke''intlorutomntlt'' : Washer! .10.00
ty officer nald. I I Stnrke.Benld. body through even the smallest County. I
"We are asking the motorIng Torodewas one of two > his mother he is cut. But l It tan be prevent. I Mr!*. Norsworthy believe (;J.K.-UrpoHHessed< 1 IDfi-l;:) Model'
s Mrs Norsworthy has coi-
public to be especially I members who were rcappolnt- Services Set I survived by his widow. Margaret ed by Inoculations. Children | lucted more than 150 perfectly from the large amount of material \ulo. Washer with :MIM-IIASKKT: 1.19.95
watchful and we believe that ed, by Governor Bryant, near should! be Immunized! by at I 1 found: In and:! around
CeLtic of
DoiiKl.i ,
\ the end of his term, in accordance For Saturday laimt thxeo. months of ag.. All formed arrowheads, flake' the lake that the Indiana, New General; Electric:'
Starke: one brother, Edgar knives. and from the
with an act of the I Cottle of Woodbine. Oa. two persons should be inoculated! I scrapers I miixt have had a camp ground I It I Ft. Automatic )Defrost) Freezer __ 129.9:
; area around her home. some I there
1963 Legislature providing and used their arrows
Marlon Newton Cottle. 21, I sisters, Mrs. Shirley Moore of staggering terms for members spears to obtain fish
Of Starke. died in a local hospital Starke and Winifred Cottle. 'three to five year' thereafter.' by the Florida State Museum
of the Racing Commission i I' duck, and other game in the I'ol.iroid (tr-Park Camera !50.95}!
I Torode said however that Thursday morning after of Woodbine da. j jFuneial I I-Inneuts such a* bees, -date back as far as 4.000B area.

I his appointment would, have an extended Illness. services will be held I I wasps and npld...r. may sting C. Some articles of this I I Early settlers along the Sew I 8
to be affirmed by the 1965 Born in Woodbine. Ga. on at 11 a. m. Saturday In Jones you. It cun be painful and I kind wash up In the lake sand shores of Santa Pe tell of Indian Eye: Zoom {'amera.Ian: nf'd'
July 29. 1943 he was the son Memorial Chapel with Rev 8ur11 bites ran cause death to after heavy storm, Mrs I
Senate! and that the State I every mounds which used to "Projector and Screen __ 99.95Bullington's
Charley Supreme Court had ruled that or the late David F. Cottle. R. E. MaeBIaln, rector of st. i iI personA highly alergla to I I Norsworthy. said. She has also 1 !exist In the area, but which
the incumbent Governor had and Mrs. Ella Miller Cottle. I Mark's officiating Intermentwill I st Inlt.. Don't wear purfumesbueniiHO found them over' a wide are, 'have long since disappeared.
the right to make appointments who resides at Klngaley Lake follow In Crosby I>akeCemetery the flowery odor HttrnctH in back of her home. where Mrs Norsworthy comes by Appliances
to the Commission I II II ire was an engineer with the with DuWltt C !uuutts. Wear llghtcnloreil i I bulldozer have excavated fill her interest In the early hli-
Johnz I Torode felt, therefore that Florida. State Road Depart- Jones' Funeral Home in chargeof / clothing.! Don't slap I dut. tory of this area naturally
1 his' appointment would be ment and a member of St 'rrantementa! at 1n l'cb. Move away slowly. 'I I In addition to the arrow- ILFu-------- I
.. .. I If stung, remove the ntlngur ,1 I .-
good only until the Legislative I heads, knives, and scrapsniMrs. ---- -- ..---- .
"about this question: \ session so he decided to resign I I And apply cal Dlln. lotion. I{i Noisworthy has found
e t"I'm effective April 1. I Get your physician'* .<.lvioe! if I, fragments of pottery which
shopping! for a new I you're even slightly allergic the museum has Identified as
? car. I prefer 'to finance it FFA Judging to sting. ,[I "check stamped" "('ob marked thumbs go info'aPon '

.. 'thru the bank at its lower'rl Irl ( P power tools can be very I ," and "sandtemperedplain .
interest' rate. Can your Teams Compete langeroim. Before mowIng'' ,"

: gency help' to arrange a-j' teams jBurQeSS4fOIW.l'I tho lawn' pick tip any objects Severn! specimen; from her

.. Joan and include my Forestry judging such an rocks oyster. ahell. large collection were sent by fl
from the Bradford and Stark
insurance in the monthly' pieces of metal, bones your Mrs. Norsworthy to the mtur'
Chapters entered the
I FFA I dog have I left lying about.
; payments thru your Hunk- may um for classification as to
competition In the State I
: Agent Finance Plan?" I Contest at the Austin I Mower bladoH. can pick !tliusuup age. These included! flake
ami turn tnem Into Charley E. Johns miles Cary Memorial north of Forest Gainesville.Saturday eluht. ,, Wherein I enter the Vetpran's -, another blue day. I ly bullet. Blades cun brenk ,II C: scrapers clr 4,000 to :2.- Ieg. Now '
Hospital at Indianapolis Think wilt thou let it slip l serious ROSE TREES $$4.98'
,Apill, 3. I un< cause Injury or 000 B C; stem point arrow- s
Agency I' I say a prayer of thanks I useless! away? I death. A Jacksonville man reoently heads, clra 4.000 to 0 B, C $6.9' Ka.
131 S. Walnut St. Members of the teams were: So here. hath been dawning The above poem I learned in died of tetanus cuiixuJ triangular/ point arrows. 1,200 -

PHONE 964-0201 Bradford Chapter: David I another blue day. ; an Indiana college!: In 1025. It I| by a cut from a mower bludo. to 1,500 A. D. and pottery
Scott, Men-en Llzenboe. Gary I ,Think wilt, thou let it hi IP' tint always stayed with me | S --Hprnyi and diwtri of any I 800 to 1.400 A. D Cedar and Cypress" Cedar and Cypress

.--- useless away, ? I nnd made me wank- to make kind containing poison nhoulil< I 11addl tlon to the 'A I'll- 3 PieceLawn In Bloom I
: Out of eternity this' new clay each hour I live worth while. I be carefully jinndlixl. ReaJ formed arrowheads: knlw Lawn SwingsHex.

.C EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING was born It Is Sunday morning. I am the label of every insecticide, ;| and scrapers. Mrs, Norsworth

: COMPLETE [Into eternity at night shall in the Veteran' Hospital. I eupcrlally to know what the | has found Ihourands of pt > ChairSets : $16.1)5Now ) HIBISCUSsi10
return. tan bathed exercised, read my antidote. is. Dent breath | of varthued 'ion:' which loo
: SERVICE AND NEW INSTALLATIONS Behold It aforetime no eye Bible, talked to people, and I prays or dusta. Wanhi card- I, as If they, nil,'hi ha.r be i -
U U ever did. am hungry. We eat In about I fully after Using them. By chips or ill' rs dt'cardrd du>
FREE ESTIMATES: For soon it forever, from all on hour I plan to Ko to Ul mean keep them end con- Ing the pioccsa of weaponNEWI ", ;. $11.93
eyes Is hid. chapel for morning service at I tntners out of the reac! of .95
: Phone 964.2904 So here hath been dawning 9. It helps to hear the good : children and dispose' of the NowH,95 ;
a chaplain, talk. Sometimes the
empty containers' by buryingor
S U Urower Willie Oault. and solo makes me cry. I like to I.I burning. Dut ON'T burn RACIIGrol.mne

S 'I Bobby Patrick. hear the hymns and sing. I. an aerosol can unleiM it has $ ; I iEa. .

: Starke Chapter: John Oiifris. Tuesday March 30, at 8 a. I been punctured first. It cartexplud
SS Sa Julian E. McRae John OUoin. Jerry Chltty m. I will be operated' on. I am I', and Injure or kill you. _
not afraid NO much but I get ,
Dwlyht llersey( Mike Howard i I'I Take it ay at first and
S the old ad feeling for Don. I ,
nd Ray Williams. i give muscles> a.chanceto ECONOMY
: cry and cry. Faith does not' your I
Of Starke The contest included ocular ," Dr
Into UjferS
get! shape nays j jPralher. .
deem( to take the awful heartbreak ;
: Has been) awarded mem- I by ,sin! lit I estimates of tree away for the memoryof "If you cut\ yourself CHAMPION 1!
: bership in diameters and total hcUhtn. hU tragic death. I have wash the wound with soap fi
volume estimates of pulpwoodand and.. water: lot it billed a little _.- '
ti led be p54Z76Wtf
no hard to reasonable |I-J -
The President's Club' '
timber, land area'niensuicnunt
saw In gilefI I 4o wish away irnpurltlPllthfln ; Camellia.Azatea.C
The elite society of LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY : I Ion rolling and: lookod' ;! at my clock wrong : apply a bandog An immediate :.t., PEL LET S

OF (:iEOUCIA on the basis of his outstanding I log sawirur. >IFoIlI' so I am up one hour earlier I tetanuS) eliot may be
members of the Brad-1 FOUNTAIN i 5 Lb. 75c 5 Llu
Indicated consult PEN .
no( yourphyaklmen. 75c
than I really planned I saw' -
record of sales' and !service' to .policy. holders.. fold diopter. entered the I ."

: :Mr. MrKn tint also l'r..n imnrdiMl an ItIJ-t'X"" ""_ trip, State Land Judging!: Contest In'': /A.the lovely sky all crescent rosy awhile moon ago.and I thinking I- Increases ONLY i t. to Lb. a $1.25 10 Lb. $1.25

S. to New York tuiil I IK- \\'.,rhl'" I' for hluwt'lf uiul \>lfi% Brandon. Florida last Friday, I Now I look out my window to P--pcmonal S'-*ufety. 1.79 : 25 Lb. 1.9B 25 Lb. : .
iiiul wlnhow. I to thank. hU |n>IU'>li..Ult. >r<> wlm nuula' this iMmbiblo. ''- April 2. The participants *(ere'' the east. The sun is rising ina t -- 1.98
1 1bulance ,
.. Otis Motion Charles I 1i COSTS LESS TO IVY''
James Allen and Dart big red ball, white smoke is i COSTS LESS TO USCI S SBV|i| 50 Lbs. 3.25 50 Ln.! 2.98
U rising from a chimney, and a to snuff out hU life.
p.fIdtd llIn 1dIaft
0 100 Lb. 6,25 too Lb.
haze hangs over the city. The Try these glazed carrots-: Dfovcn dcpendiMt/ D}"4-. 5.75
I sun U: rising!: fast each moment :3 pounds carrots boiling Iioifl a awl

: LAWN MOWER SALE a little brighter This U water. 1 Up. salt 1 cup crushed Clicks! ol4coloatn ROSE SPECIALS! I CITRUS SPECIAL
still our Father's worldno !' pineapple drained; 'i cup I Fimous Piie ,oldl- I

matter how many riots,]! dark brown sugar. i I ., !mtdium' of 'l1IIcI
5 Lbs. 75c 5
Lbs. .
cold and hot.I 65c
I 18 marches wars Slice carrots Into 14 %inch'pieces I *Uncandltlofully fanatttf0iW

RIDING MOWER 2 believe that right will pre diagonally, Cook and ........... SiIad 4.4wts 10 Lbs. $1.2=; 10 Lbs. SI.07
HP MOWER/ vail. I am thinking of a poem drain. Add pineapple and', _IW.....s.d a..tae.c',.. ,.
_.. .... ..
Dr. Morton of the Presbyter- If -t. pas
3 lIP mtlGGS & STRATTON COMPARE: : TillS n 1Tn: ANY sugar. Cook stirring constantly no .5.. .....'..1.- 25 Lbs. 1.9S 25 Lbs. 1.85
Ian Church in Cape Olradean
I high heat for 3 minutes e..Ua. C I. "
Rugged Built -21" Cut- Shop MOWER( AT ANY PRICE.: used to say: I over until carrots arc gUxed.' ;. 50 Lbs. 3.25 EO Lbs. 2.79
the Town then come to Firestonefor Right forever on the scaffold.

:More Quality for Your :Money Sat. Only' 33-33 Wrong forever on the ,I Serve So time hot. marches on. dabby Itev' y.. .... .-. 100 Lbs. 6.25 ICO Lbs. 5.35
Thur. Fri.. Ester ..
ThurM Frl.I Sat.:: t throne : is at the dog house of a veterinarian .
Yet behind the dim unknown 1
9 5 No Trade Needed \being cared for while
This I Mower 1 .119 -- Stands God within the I am gone. Sec Our Lawn MowersDisplay
Others ... :-
with Many : To ChooN From-- shadow >fV<
I Next time I write..I hope
.__.Dr s.e.Bradford AIO
ONLY Working Trutlo See UA For Itest Dealt! Keeping watch above ht.t own. my operation will be> over. -fnm "* Of
We are HU own. God Li Now fond farewell. God Today
We Service What We Sell We AN' Ha\e keeping" watch no matter If In bless a you everyone. Thanks _

LAWN MOWER. REPAIR SERVICE Viet Nam or sate beyond the for allhI) sent CArds and I
hospital walls. wrote letters. Address Lura County

FIRESTONE Dealer StoreYour I hear the wall of an ambulance B Mohr. Veterans Administration / 1.)1'ftJ"J.J L. I Phone 9G i 1.39
siren. Makes me thinkof \ -
Don He ran an ambulance Hid.' Hospital!, Indianapolis. Telegraph{ I; \\fiJUIJ.\ J df(., V :339) E. 'all St.

Store of Quality Merchandise nnd Friendly Ser\Ire 35 years-never had only a IftVf. &C.Vs4lCALC.
S 312 West :Madison\ Street Phone' ( DIH.0611(; Stnrke. }1a. flat tire until UXM two Lura I tIt": ""., Flotida

drunk young men hit his am-
Jlli TT
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.1Y, Arnn. a. .iocs" __ nn mnn..n. rorxTT TFI.FGR\PII. STIRKF. FUTIU> PUP rm:

Elder Homers All-Academic Cage von cin lend a ho'pln hind.

& It wo voted to participate
Squad Is Named In the Brit.tforrl. Count> Fair

Torntt10CS; Sweep ann the Pro-Am which era

:AL boat: 111:1S.Ilnn! pl.1cl'JsIx : liiK scheduled,,: for the eame'rrrek-;

To Pair Oi Wins l players: on thiOalne.svlll, ? ; oml, Winnie item and. Jiertle
Sir''/.H Ml-Acadenuc b.\. kel'1 Mi-Rue aid the commktlaa! (

".all\ l ant the! : hloh'lIl t iiiimbc'! Carol ynJ4 chairmen." 1 Kach: member was

Finally earning 19 life Bradford 13. in their ilnal home same :, of any arcs. school. Keystone! iu.'tvil'. to contact club picinberx -

High! baiebullers edged at 3JO: p m. Friday week HrighU placed two players $ L av for workers for both

Oreen Cave 3-2 In the seventh April IS. they. will travel tt. ., and Bradford HUh bdoo.Qnt" places nnd 'or bolted good for
the fair TlicM an the money
Innlnz Friday anj batteredSt.
Lake City for a game! at 3:30: The ladles Oolf AHHoclatliMimet L
Augustine 13-2 on three STATISTICS TlipUvrri and them making project for rhoowot'lntton
l last, TltiitiHlny for a <'ovIMI .
hits Tuesday to wrap u;;> th2lr; Oreen u'holsatto, a'l'I'\\iOIl! \ w"r': no each member
> 1 dish Unit Wlnulccion '
most successful week to date. C01'0 R 1 M3lrosr.: Krnnt'th Tomlin- In'" urgrtil to cooperate.The .
uhf WhUe were!
Monty .
The Toinadoea buttIng at a Hamilton 2 0 1 son 35, Dnvld WIUi: 38: I hnstcanca.rlmu. team/ from Slnrke playIng

383 pact as a team, slammed l Mercer 2 0 C Eddie Uoth-Mtiimr.! 32; Robert !' were niiuli for a. / In the Pro-Lady Tournnmnt -
out eight hits against Qr>en I Reddish 3 0 Q McGuire 3.8!!; Paul\ Pon- in Keystone thla week
r.olf-u-Roun.l to tie l her Apr
Cove srv 13 :against St. Falcon\ 3 I 3I1v I dli'ton.. 33.: an.l Dill M.ttehett.j! I Includes Homnr Af.trvnJen
malice to
IS. Wo n0tl all the
Wou Oertta. andI
l. McRae
Augustine Freshman Paul Mc. 30 <
McLeod 3 0 J I t
whether you'ie tirolfor
lod puchinghts first varsity Elder :2 1 Keystone HiMnhts. : nru.'rI conio help I I Shirley Joints.: We wish them
not. Con lI.t Lillian
gam th.ew a 3-hl'.ter at the P. McLeod 2 0 C I !Moon 3 7.; and' Stefan Drokas.!I or I HUI cin.
'133. i iMnidfoid Ul.thop or Gertl McRa IfMtnrxo See out next, week
Yellow Jackets and Emmett everjnn
Reese 3 0 2 1965 BHS Track] I
Akrtd: : :s and Ma.k! Hamilton San.j..rson. 3 1 1 Squadtrunt Hltfli: Wayne. Mc- I when we host the Oolf-A-

combined lor a 4 hit perform- Laud 3.5.Safe Round.
Akridie 3 0 Q
It..nd. ,, Pin. e.g.! Anryrstprll '
ance ogaitibt Green Cove. St. Augusthne m.1.MII thl. 1 I.1 ilir <>f Carolyn
Hamilton won hla own AB R I toss : Calvinornr... I-..>n Tliuniius Tunjr IMW Third rou Cia,) ('..1""",,,. harry Thonia. U'13 n".1! Driving I .\. n labs oct slur,. Bradford.

game Friday knocking: In tin- Reddish 4 1 1 MUI. J ba "nadl.-,... Ihttld Loprr, Mill :>U.k..yIt..r., (Craii. PIMI! Huiifiimitn. .llnuii.v; Mix.rts Itlll :Mmx. l Itw-.jnM .. ,'Ullt" Flarldn, U t 121 Pl.uUo :.Notebook"' '!.Z. al

winning tun vilth\ a single Ltd; Hamilton 3 0 C ..rimd. iwkvt Kanily.:', Joyar llufrr CbU""n.1..h..11: Jitnlnii.. Rashly Tiwlicrlt and Frank llurily.U Road-eo Set lit The Trlemph.:

the sex_;!nth Inning;,, Left fielder Falcon 4 2 3 I ...MIU Larry Council. Paul 9nilth' Gary :McKae. a\hl Bark niwi srn !Smith.\ George Smith. Richard Kir- For Teenagers i iHtarke _
--- -- -- ----- --
Ma rile Sanderson had \Y. McLcud 3 2 : hlUl.OI1o and Konnto' Caws. ..hili.... IMon (ln",,,,. Amly :\h.t.."". Unl.11": ""-,,,, ....rr).

tingled to open the Inning and Elder 4 3 3 I Chilly L Mlle Thomas and IVtrr .IUI..r... Jaycees nnnouiu-.>'

stolen second. ,I P. McLeO l 3 1 1 I this week that they will spun| ; i
The Red team had scored I Reese 22 1 Thinclads Third nor u Teenage|( S;\f.. l>ilvmifKomloo : mlTU : A D

the first of their three run Sanderson 3 0 1 I .. ;1- r to cu-Mpotinorvd" by tlv

lit first inning when short- Douglas 3 1 1I In 5-Way Meet ''I It 9 II Junior Ch'imhrr eel

Donali Falcon hitting : ; ..
atop Y ,, -"'- C >nu\I'r.'e ant Llncoln-M AT
at a torrid J45 pace to lead Jo : .,. curt':

the team laced a triple to Lake City Wins Purpose of the Itiwil-rn' i ito City Fish and Meat Market

light Held and scored when )pi-ovltlo. teenagers l t the <>pimrtunttv

the ball by the Blue Devil Biadforj Hlglis young, tit ItfiiuinittrNtu' tluidilvliw ,

third sacker The second run trackm'it came in third( behind t ikllls and to impics

,-amc. when first baseman! I Lake City mud PalatkaI tuba' thni the hupi>.rt.\nr" u' tirade; ".t. CFryers

Joey Reese sSngleet! In catcher I Way In a five-way meet. In safe ilrlvlnn liablts.. knuulixttffuml /

Dwight l Eider attar: he had I| Branfo.d itllkliiil.. .M. Lb.
walked In the third Inning i' The Tornadoes had 82 points 11tbA Th. RiMt
Elder led the Tornados: 13 behind winning Lake City ...i .._" ......,.,..,--- --- ... --- -,.........-..-.........,--..... u written, tout unit drlvtujiontpMt ) I
hit attack on SI. Augustine with 93 and Palatka with\ 89: There will\ Ite nn ni-
\ highly mirrtHmful. little lagiM wad how to niukn Ilielr o\riiuMit. lounnl llnnuniml .
home The Red tam won the print
with a grand-slam run tacit course ,and several l other
a triple, and a rlnitle In four medley relay but was disqualified Junior league: "luwrhull clinic. ws.i held wl. the .11I..t( Ix-furo. inrrllnn/ ... Imll.. courses. In the ih-lying i 'in Smoked

trips The stocky" catcher Is for bumplivj Into man Pratt Mlrrt! rwrr-illon flrl.l. mvnlly.Kenny Other. .ut HIM rlhNa l wrrr earl petition in order. tn tally '

winging a mean fcab this sear and lost that 19 points TailshitMff Terrfll (..11.\..) tikiiKlit. lht I > ,.....1,.- Slant, hi> liniitht the N.rrre't form .and l r.J-. onMirnl' tint> skill of 'mvpnrtlclpMiitu Picnics Lb.

non and is currently at .436H < IUckal's:! had U'. tnxntmlit of tatting with .1111.10..1.| on lanrr. !t.>" through. In pltihlng, unit TouiiM. .n
also leads the \team In points. sad the proper. way' of holding. the list! Mrlikluinliut. .skinned the Pony league will h.. fiv"n nt'"' ..rdIIUn .

runs-batted-ln. with 13. more Miler Tony Lawson and \t upper Irfl fhnrlr. John. and KuJuliillHutU omiir. tuinlo ruiiiliuiirnliilt. of |lulng.. the, lallrl.1. ) !School' al 1 p in .mil Fresh

than double Retie who Is bat- KINGJ.ddy | weight: man Roger Chllson huM. the a...).. haw. |to swing .Hiiul I the driving' \ test. in the Oats l .

tin 389 and has five Rub 1 were the only Starke boys to In butting; .Inc that they fixe tttf. iiiouml. sad I way Ch"vroli-t Parking lot Ht&
Falcon also went 3-for-4 against take first places. Lawson 12 1 :I p. m. April IT CcitlMciUM Picnics Lb.
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St. Augustine and thind turned out th<
baseman Wayne McLfod' hid his fastest Ume let and ChU- 'J I Inner*.
3forCcnterJleldsr Or.. : t.Unrr son heaved the dLicus 128-3' RECREATION NEWS games rto If the .attendant. her will have n chance, to

Reddish tripled with the bas Lake. CIt,', Ronnie' :Mangle\ I Cures not Impiove soinotliliu: conipiot" In .district rompctl,,

loaded" In the sixth. Garden To Meet starred In the daunts. winning rise must be uiuanUeil. foi rIlan 1 anal,I will then. rcprenrtit. llrl .ket S SItch

In the> four Inrtlnas! he. the 100-yard dash In 10 0. the I LITTLE: LFAfl'E this time. the Sure. Urtvlnitltoii \ c%

pitched agaliut Green Cove 200-yiu-d dash In :SI: 3. and the AMI Jl'MOR ...:.,(ll.KI : King. and lilt I 1KKN; TIME:
Akridge allowed 2 runs on two 'Softball Contest'With 440-yard; dash In 48 9. I The boy,, met In the Rwreatlon lulnal four-man We are linvtnit really BCKKMttcntljnc t Stulovlmirr* will vie for

hit while fannlaa six and Starke hurler Larry Connoll Center last Saturday' Garden has won on Saturdays s,'I 1 4.POO In .<.hol,"...h!|>'n'' and a

walking two Hamilton came took third place In the 130. morning I and were s.iilimi-d' to practice names' I cams on down all CufiMitrijiand ,, Cnm.t rnllnniM'' uiiUimotilln. tit

on In the lust three frames a recoid of eight: wins hUh hurdles at 170 David the teams they' will play rllh season' Join ui flout 7 to II p. m Washington, l). c lit July IBS.Fit

and held the Devils wore.lest and no losnes In pie-coi Shannon placed fourth in the this summer. Of course there E.STrH .:on Tetr.II.UK..\ Applliiitlcin. hUnli many, he< Stew\ .
fanned seven practice games: pia) 'd JII far 100- r" dash at 10 S. and There will bft a _
on two hits and ) will bo severs! chuiues. as the the are' halDY i to say. thai ililiinod; front the Brmlfnii" )
Paul McLeoJ pitched a this spring, Uie Ourdrn. Rest Leon Thomas a as second behind season' moves along E.utrr Egg: Hunt on 1 1 this. week the Tut-Aiua .ai.I i County. rirtvlnic, Innlrurtor. Mlu 11,1 f

steady game Tuesday" In lilt auiant ao/Umil Team has Lawson in the mile at The managers have act up at City Park aL 3 (lenity. being used both morn |>|>llcntl n" must IN* In by

first start allowing the Jackets high hopes of beating famod 4-479: I the following schedule for Tills will bf (for Inn .and afternoon That 1 I.whAt I'',i April 12

three hits two run, one. Eddie hVlgner" and his four-. The Tornado 88-jmrd realy practice session. : school, first and / '(' we like to see no, hat se,i Appllinnte mh., "r either Liver

ba.'e-on-balU, while striking man exhibition team at the tp"ftwas third at 1-383: alt, Monday 4pm Medical) are only We will (I the children come. on d l 'WI'I a I i sax rtiimt b. 10 yuars of airy! ,,

out thrf Bits athletic. yield Sunday Marshall ream, Roger ChiUoit. Aswrlatlon and Liberty National candy eggs hidden I and uiului UM: of it. huv Mall Wltb BH.apeB.4iUi> this Friday J afternoon. Chime time Is 2 p I, Mickey Axner. and, Richard Ina.'funday.. for gold and sliver HNI. NOTi'E and l mutt nut have hint' any US;:;,If

the Tornadoes will foe m. 1 Klrchlna! nuiQliuc :3.30 p m.,. -Western We world Ilk. the I I.O T111)) HM'NItN'jmprous ImrTIi vloliitlonn. nine& Jan :3,
tJve Oak next Tufsdar April 11)* Oirden team. ha 180 I H Connell tie for Auto: 3 pm. Johns Oil or older brothers l I artii-lra of cloth I 1001.1 BACK BONE 49c II IIIS
claimed the city tluunpton- 2. 231 to accompany Hi* I
1 Wednesday.' 6 p 11I- Ing are! ntlll nt thj rttH"l'rliliollCt'nt.r 1
shlp for rime straight yeara.. 880 Run--McRse 2. :3 t .00 9 below, school *(. and .
bc rlalinrd by
and also. has a record of four Mile. lUUy-lUia 2. 3:3".1: Southern DUrountThlirndny .\IH'I.T may \illli I Ia II-, ala! ?,, IIU. ( : 7 UAYi1.1 WEEK:
of' .
Identify flimo the& ,
? ,, 3:30: p In WNL.t m al.! lltlll'l. I lull.. I ,hd.l I llu |,IPi .
times as Sub-DUtilet clumps LIt w lIOn. Shannon. Biadk-y. 1I Auto; S pm. John's Oilthtdar Till. K.SIMY hlvfOcI\ at t the Canter for \i.iinn. ill r" le.ta i. i *,- Now Open All hay .Mondayfish&MeatMarke
and twice as Diitrlct champsLmat and Bourn I The Stark, I Ii? "if Klnrltl*. V. ,I. if i rl i| i 'g II I Irele.w
the 00 day limit and will be
4 p 111.MPiI) uiih. .tlio .a'1..ak" i.f i hi
year their record ..HS 44 Shot put I>oprr 2. 413" Awn and Liberty National trr la berg | given to the! Welfare' ro' II\I't- t'In'mi i'on...? In nn.l l h1r11, ..iii, .

II you havequestions wins and 11 losses and Chllnon 4. 39'7" Ins 6pm Southern Discount Tliur) >,:duy: night from ] mrnt If unclalm"l in anothertlltKf r ill i'011111, v n.,. i 'ii I... .11. i.iiiit i. ,
"' i.r tvi .r i puiiti i i i "t
Ftuncr and his four-man Chtlson 1. 128'3Loper fin adults Attend 1I1l. ,
Discus --
'k ..
w r ,
till "Slat"I M. l Ihr tI f i' ''IN
about team ale nationally known a. 3. I09'l"Broad .barn grad We. nerd r.r.' ., H,1...," .1 t .one?. sit nr
The King And His Cow Bill jump Shannon 4. .NUiiiwters theUsnis r- this c'*if nil in to /get -- > > ni mi' it i< ', am,. '.. N( WI STOCK A COMUTE LINE OF GROCERIfSl
your military as folO'I'I% : Jjhrii Oil, HsrollWlUiAtns. faeUlttea tit' Intltller; III. '1''.'''''''.'.t. 4+ NI, .k
ed' aj possibly Uie workfagreatest 1910"Hieh our CH-t .
serviceyour softball pitchrr.Fvlgncr Jmniv- Beam 4 HouUiexii Ih+count: tourthcr for !!' rn. IteulsSs: 1Na7NLY rt riiWESTINGHOUSE: .tllI"l sr 'ii 4 ',,' i'. W n< i ,,min. Allen Hardcnferookand Smith
:X Rsndali Dab: Westrnt, A.Uo( <'', '. Mf Hi, l. ,Ib M (
: .baa an avesome->- Pole vault Klrcha.ln
Mlk &-li011. Mntlral A/U" T
local National Guard ord to back up his reputationHe 106"
H Basalt Llbcily National
has pitched 3.14 gam.. The Torni&.- o" a were defeatsed
can help you John Buckle. 8t.t1> ''rllull.
Inning 2.53, lusting 3)1. audtyuig In a duel mt withOalfeartlle !
FnuXt"' WillS.. .Lastly.. KJMtOe '
42 lie has fired 441 no- HUh 68-4 Tw 000 .
In Slarke Visit hitters. 13d perfect gamer 54515.s day Bright spots were. Calvin

shutouts Varnoa. 637 time In the 44O. lawWe
CWO AI The 39-year-old firebaUer: 6 ronds' lower than his old air .plra*...d with th., ,

Armory Illdir. has lifetime\ total of t .130 mark Freshman Richard Klr- luruuul thai we ais twvltig

or Call 961-2211 strikeouts" and In one season rhatnf also drew pralM from and really apjlntrwta Uiebuslnewmen P :' !1 SERVICE !
he averaged 24 strlkeouU I Coch Horse for clearing 11'6" who hive airerdto

per nlne-lnnliwi game. Hv b.. spunMir a .learn. fur another
pitched blindfold to 6.830 Bass Contest year /
fanned 4.901 of The Junior League tin. I'J The
batters and i
I! Heavy Duty Top-Loading-
1 them Underway Now about 60 boys .Uiu>d up and NEW
I Famous Attache
have practiced tlirr days
| Feigner s three teammates WASHER
play first and third boa.... and CnmpiUtlnn. In the third went with Townsend Hlrtsk- ply 11'ealinghouseo (
O ft W AUTO catcher The King has a varied nnuaJ V A Open Black Ban. land arid a sUff which h* use, -----, -

wiocm M* array of styles. lnciu41rudifferent Ch mpk>nMp I I. under way to help him The Junloi Tram -- : -
the nation with all Food' Pair and -
and windup S speeds : I .
In addition; to his bl..!ln. last nort-rntrtt-te-t water ball His unda-aim deuced for eompelltlon All -lartmoiitn that .r mliihl ne .3 on '- yI
from 44 feet out the softbsJ) and nsll-m<"ifh bUrkmav <<: or two Ui-i.t sponsors rot'J: ,); I O /

: wsime Mss hf' entered" In the league
mound-to-plat dutance) : Jt
ron'.t .which Is l sponsored:. ,snrrnui. I.I.1r.i r:
-=- .i clocked' at 104 mllr SM. dill '
_our Uoo Feikrs o.vr-a/m bv tin. Winter Hsvrn Chamber Work on the new softooi .I I I>G'' Ii : 11 y ill I e 11N11 1 llgailuu II'I'-I{ rIdl
of CnrnmfrrfF field U movUi along with C I pNIr a t I
lM sU mfhes was ea mpn. ''ny-flv, prtii.. well] bP awsrdd 1Joo. of Piscine the llghunj jleli nliAl {{ ; '!y NIiUDell.. II ; a.l a.. Ik

Feigner ha, also pitched with the. rhamj on and felt ready for the oyrnIn

bAJof'bel1. vlnnlnf 100 gsmei f'C".Mnc an outboard mntir of th tlea*"" Arrant
a n.hln. boat and trailer !Nosdvanre Snafu hsvr been nude u star
and lams noneBobby 19" 1NSANTONo
pitcher registration I. required the sears"1 on April l II aschef /. .
< Bimes. ace
m and there It no astran'n ..i.<"1.. 'i .f jii. new. r t'a; \ u
with Painters Poultry ( > \\ arm-l > VNult)
Jacksonville, and -llh the fe. All persona are ls not a t IDon t f.. 1 try KMKMMM; : ) H

8Ut ChampionshipBudwelMT rUclb! as long as they us* big Ram< .i.1I 'Is- API 11. I si. Fully .unmnlreil. I Full
1993 :\ M D> < l \
"5aa Iw aHa'ei L.rd. of OslnMvlllc. .UI Leal tackle 2 p m a0'/ IIU'' 'J !far ) V.-ir 1'nrlM. gnu 'Jams
eaaMM/ i1..wN" mound for Oar- W'-tUnut.t for the eon- kIll OJrrtf.. (Ik .iu-
u.aron the Only lijr K'ewtinghouo.
UX .U W H Orsham at Al- rat,: .. F.ldie T< tiirTh: I Speaker $ .. ||h lluiMn! FM I Stere<-'Inv.P I VI ''xi

den.Other probable starters on nm Ptori nil advises fUBerm On Hecord_ n In Steve'lusic Sotn.. \i. ItrtluredT r
.n to. ,..taur.11 black
Plumb Special be the untnsn Tommy Total Webb.tram Ib: Deayne wilt- bas orrr eight prund'srrervnn. GAINESVILLE A Kernrd. $150-00

hs s rMnI' (Only/ ,
Elder. :2b. Tommy Mal I
HAMMER SW Wn ht'x Itf" are p-Se. AWNING CO.
loy ..: Tommy Darts Ib.
not ony for the hear/t't M 1'h HOW s
Jackson: e: *nd four of the I'rrmlum (plality"Iallnr 185.00lity
.. '. e lit
but also for U*- .hi.- -'Ile 2.
Live In the outfxwTDWiuirrtd :
following iiii
IJojr !'rlt.'oz ..
Btrtckla d. Wood eom*I Dl'er..t' tIn. eweleht : : ".
& $4 75 AtrlckUnd. HArold OodwinKm each .*...k. o roam Featuring. Meaning' | hnuae'.1 i ulu'Il\'e: |
TeneU. and Tommy said. > Yulhing. 'ru .'lhu"l.cllon" hashWill Not t tIII'y
Now Clark Home of l At -|'n""1.."...>- (Kuincvd "Heavy

Others currently pUyint Duly Tranamiaalon
tournament will tin held here
shill the team a/. Cliff and m MITrnr Big .CHICKSKH :
Save $1.00 Ry O lffJ* Clvtn Pace. Oarl $199.95MATCHING
Stern Harold Oo4wW Dave tae .DE'S (jl'111.1"rY,

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year fanHt LSTER: .i Window A...JFItKK ,,,,. .
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I Peter 1 18-191.] I designed to provide kindergarten for the relief demanded In the Florida I dent and pout office addres of LROAt: :NOTICE
Passover : a
Talent Show petition. In Estate of I the claimant and< mud be
CK&iiRdH I Evening-! Christians As Sojourn I program for children I I Dated at Stark., Brailfurd Eva 111. Kernanile, dececiud.NOTICE worn to by th. claimant, hi. I WtU. NOT BR RE PON'Ir.!'
For Mrs. WilkisonOf Florida, thl 31 day of agent or his attorney, or It willbecome IlLS FOIL ANY/ DEBTS OTHEIITHAN'
..'* LI Peter 1:11.: ] or families with Incoma: un- County TO CREDITOUaAll :: : MADE .
To Be : 1966. void according to law.March THOSE"' : : uv MrSELF.
( Schedule of regular services: Staged der $3,000 annually. It Is I LawteyMrs. (BEAU) Eva M.creditors Fernandas of the, eatat deceased of, SI, 1946 KESSK R. SCOTT. It

NEWS Sunday Worship, 11 a. m.. and made ;possible: under the Economic Churlei. A. Darby, are hereby notified and required Isabel Fernanda* Slmpaon,
7:30: p. in. Sunday School During FairA Opportunity Act of 1904.. Katie Thompson Willtl- Plerk of the Circuit Court to file any. claims or "..- ISABEL: FERNANDEZ 8IMP-
SON.Executrix: I
Braaforil County manda which they may have
Union, Parents! with children enrolled 68 of died Wednesday of the Estate of Eva Lawn Mower
9:45: a. m. Ti-tnlng son, Lawtey By: U.ul..h. M. Moody, aKKlnat aid estate In the office :
or (;oo 6:15: p. m. Wednesday Prayer Talent Contest will be III the project will be morning after an extended Uvputy Cleric. of the county .Il1dl(. of rail- M. Fornaudes, deceaaeu." I

Meeting, 7 m. held at 7:30: p. m. Saturday, needed to participate as vol.untee.r illnenH. YAWN A. SHAW ford County, Florida, In the ,Pint publication on April S.
LL$. SOl l-twtey, l-'li*. p. Hi South Walnut Street courthouse at Htarke. Florida 1965. Repair Service
Apr. 24, at Hie Bradford: helpeis to make tlu Mrs. Wllklaon was born in Htarktt. FloridaAttorneys' within. alx calendar months from THOMAS ft PrEKCE

Sunday Schoul. 10 a. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Bradford County Fairgrounds, program a success, Mr. Fran- Georgia on Aug. 29, 1896 and for Petitioner, the date of the first publicationof 103-5( North Tempi. Ave. FIRESTONE
4,11 4t 4/29 thin notice. Each. claim or tstnrke/ Florida
Morning: Worship, 11 a. m. CHURCH sponsored by the Bradford cis said. Other interested par- had lived in Lawtey and the demand must. be In writingand Attorney for Kxeoutrlx ''I

Evening Service 7:30: p. m. County Fair Association. ents can be useful In many Bradford County area. most of In ('ount? "uII",,'. Court In mint. .t.te the place or ,...1- 1 4/8 4t 4/29 I'I '

YPE, Wednesday, 7:30: p.m- II. Walton Grady. Minister Talent will be grouped In capacities," he added. her life She was a memberof .'u.I l for HriiUforil tenet", -.

Robert Yates, pastor. Schedule: for week starting three divisions: Tentative plans call for the the Primitive Baptist

April 11: I Elementary [ages 1-131 : hiring of some parents as part Church. I

PINE GKOVEMETHODIST Senior (ages 14-191 J ; anj A- time helpers to assist In the Surviving
is one Daughter
Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
REVIVAL Morning Worship, 11 a. m I dult I fagaa 20 upl. aleas of transportation, main Mrs. Katie. Jewell Dobbs of ij
Prizes will be $25 to the first tenance, food sarvices: and as Cocoa s
Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. ; one son, Walter Bur-
Pine Grove In each division classroom
place winner : helpers.All nell Wilkison
Church, located ..rear the Florida Tuesday Circle 2 and 3 second pil/e, $15; and third volunteers contactMr. ot Hialeah; twobrothr
State Prison, will conduct meetings, 10 a. m. Communi prize, $10. Francis at Starke Ele- Ivory Thompsonand 20 Words or lees, one time_ _ .95: Memorial RenoluWonn _____ Be per word

a revival starting Sunday cant's Class, 3:30: ; Circle 1 Any groups entering; must mentary, or the principals at of lo>Marvin wtey; four Thompson sisters, Mrs.both If not paid In *advance_ 1.25: lard.. of Thank, up to SO word, ..._ ZJM

night, April 11 through April meeting, 8 p. m. enter as a unit and prizes Hampton Brooker, RJE Elementary Avle Pearce, Mrs. Fannie Keyed or Blind Ads_ _________ 1.23 Over SO word ________ So per weed
18. I 7:30.: won will be divided by the Lawtey Junior High, Starling, and Mrs. Floy Bennett Each' additional word over 20. .05: DIsplay ads.. In CIa.uU'1rd-l.AO per faafc

Special singing will be a Sat.. Apr. 17 Conclave group. and Anderson Junior high all of Lawtey; and Mrs.

feature of the revival invltad, and the I Grades 7 and 8, 10 a. m. to 3'p Each entrant must providehis Thelma Harris of Starke. Also I FOR SALE: HASTINGS MATTRESS

public la cordially : tOI' m., at Camp Montgomery. own materials, props, etc. surviving are seven grand- Expert Recapping Ready mix concrete, concret P & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

attend all services. ]I Auditions for the contest I Bradford Farming! children. By Glenv 'PHE.1ead I block house piers, sand cement 710 Lemon St. Palatk

The revival will end Easter II BEThEL BAPTIST will be held at 7 p. m. Thursday Funeral services will be (Pee Wee) Crew mortar mix. Z rock steel,; Furniture Repaired! ,
Sunday with a dinner and I CHURCH Apr. 15, at the Fair held at 4 p.m. Friday in Jones Alto Full Line of enter shell 'imerock. noel Refinished
I Upholstered
egg hunt. I grounds. Memorial Chapel with ElderB. NEW TIRES TRUCK The Claatdfied! gravel lintels. BRADFORD:I -

Sunday Schoo1, H a. ,M Application forms may be H. Rawls and Elder O. M. TRACTOR .- An SIZES IF YOUR NAME IS,I ENOH. CO. Phone 864-2521, MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

MADISON STREET I Mornl..&, Service 11 a. m. obtained at the Chamber or I Yarborough officiating. Interment Pennsylvania & Dunlap FOUND AMONG TIn:: Rtulr- t.frh, Innersprings

BAPTIST CHURCH Commerce office and, must b!! and Box Springs
Union : m.
900 Block West Madison p. mailed to Richard Jockel Box family plot in the Lawtey SALVAGE YARD AT THE TELEGRAPH 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. Drop Us A Card or Can
StreetA I Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. PAL TKA KA 5-9166
268 Starke. later than
SEE Cemetery under direction of UJI. SOI-Nort OFFICE FOR A FREE PHONE 9644155NIGHT
cordial welcome awaits all Midweek Service, Wednesday Apr. 15. DeWMt C. Jones Funeral I TICKET TO TIlE FLORIHA 9694691DISTINCTIVE MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER

who will come to our services: 7 p.m.-Rev. W. L Newmanj Horse frolics Home. INSURANCE THRATRK. FLOWERS 209 E. Adklns St.

SundaySunday School 9:45a. : Another Fair Week high IT Active pallbearers wiBe AT REDUCED RATES I We Wire Flowers Anywhere' 'Stark Arent

m., Morning Worship; 11:00: Methodist Church light will be the Horse Frolicsto I Waylen. Sapp, Doyle Starling. I AUTO FIRE. BOAT IBE SURE TO SEE World tfcM? FOR SALE- Petunias, snapDragons

,&. m.. Training Union 615 p. be staged Saturday afternoon I .Howard Thompson, Buster DOYLE E. CONNER Book before buying any other REGISTER NOW FOP Holly Hocks. Colla

*m., Evening Worship 7:30: p. Calendar for the week: Apr. 24, by the Union By Phil Cronkhite Bennett, Blaine Thompson, INSURANCE AGENCY Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne. ADULT EVENING CLASSEf and other annuals. Big Boy

!m., Wednesdays Family Friday Brownie Troop County Riding/ Club, from and Donald Wilkison. tfohg your local representative liMe -Basic and high school refresher Beef Steak Tomato plants,
Night and Midweek Worship 2:30: until 4:30: o'clock. J. P After selling blackberries 1956. P. O. Box 603. Phone Plants. Rosebushes
704 meets, 3:15.: courses. Individualize Bell Pepper
.6:30: p. m., Felder L. Rowan, Saturday Elementary 11 Bennett, president of the club, last week from $5 to $6 a flat German GeneralTo Insurance Problems ? 964-3794. tfchir Instruction. Start at any tlnv Shrubbery. Mrs. V. R.
Pastor. said that entries In the Frolics
it makes us realize there is
and 2 Easter Egg Hunt at MRS. ANNA JAMES $2.00 per course of 18 weeks Ferguson) Raiford Rd. phone
will be welcome from Brad a great potential in this crop. Observe Call The Man From tfchg
home of Mrs. F. W. Strick ADULT students appl: 964-5571. Starke.
FIRST BAPTIST ford and Clay Counties, as The size sure opened the eyes "Keystone"George FOR SALE-with no closing to Principals office RJI
land Lake 3 Blanding
Kingsley p. m. TrainingLt.
. CHURCH. STARKE Sunday Church School well as Union.. of a lot of people. They area cost. Cozy little home. All High School. White Adult stu JOHN SIMPSON
On the final day of the lot bigger than just plain E. LaRue Conveniences. Now Is your
9::45. Membership Training Gen. FrtodrJcn Kuoel- dents apply to the Adult EdUcation HELP WANTED
Sermons for
Fair, Sunday Apr. 25, a demonstration ole briar chance to home. W.
berries Keystone Height own your I Office SE USC
hack Wing
',11 Morning:: Christ, Our Class, 10. Morning Worship,I commanding general otterritoria.l Women and men In good
will be staged by H. Nollman. tfchg
11. Snack Supper for MYF 6: George Hug-gin hasa list forces InVellt Consultant For All Your Building rear 1 to 4 p. m health. Men education 9th..
the Starke National Guard of all who have ordered
. Youth Meetings, 6:30.: Even- .plants Germany, now touring military National Manufacturing dally or write to Adult Educa grade or better. Age 21 to 81.
unit. Opening this event at and It won't ,be Insurance Needs.Kprrnrntlng .
/ long; before tlon Drawer 100 Starke. Bust
STARKE reserve Installations in
Ing Worship, 7:30.: Chemical Co. has openings for Women education 10th grade
2:30: will be a fly-over by light they are ready. It might be a ness, foreign' languages an'munlc
the U.S., will observe training and better. Age 21 to 55. Write
Monday Circle 2 meets at aircraft of 2 route sales personnel, or
the Florida Air Na
good Irea to to policies.. available tfch
get ready receive -
procedures of National Guard Great American Inn. Co. Personnel
BUSINESS home of Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 3 tional Guard which will laya 1 territory manager. Guaranteed (3r contact Depart-
. them. units at Camp Blanding thldSaturday. The Travrl-r In.*. Co. commission. ment. Sunland Training Cen-
p. m. Girl Scout Troop 706 smoke screen over the Fair salary plus USED MACHINE SALE

' meets, 3:30.: Girl Scout Troop grounds.< God willing It look. like we '. Tel] 473-4692 Day Also have opening for full or Singer Portables $9.95 ""V Ur: ter, P. O. Box 1150. Oainevllle. _-

DIRECTORY 607 meets, 4:30.: Methodist might have three weeks of Gen Eubolhack anc nls 473-4323 Kites part time men or women. SINGER COMPANY 402 N 4tchff 4'18

Men's Club meets In Fellow Peace good! strawberry market left party will arrive at the. Air Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis Marlon St. Lake City. Fla

- ship Hall at 7. Wesley Service CorpsRecruiters Plant: City and East Coast National Guard airport in Auto Fire Home Business E. Brown P. O. Box 11. East 752-40111 tfchc BOBBY BIGGSAuto

AUTO,,. REPAIHS-. Guild, Fellowship Hall. 8 p. m. are about gone. It should be Jacksonville Friday and. will Monthly Payment Plan Lake Weir Fla. tfcha Body & Fender &
about that long before LoUISIana visit Military Headquarters inSt. FOR RENT-Spacious 2 bed.

Earl'a Garage Tuesday WSCS Circles At UF, April 5 gets into production.Our Augustine before coining COUNTRY LIVING JUST room unfurnished duplex. Also Radiator Shop FrPeI'.u..t.
meet at 10 a. m. as follows: Auto Painting -
ALL KINDS) OF Fair is almost to OUT OF TOWN furnished apartments. Nlci I
upon us Ulundlng Saturday morn FOR SALE Good business RadlatoreCitajied .
No. 1 at home of Mrs. A. W. i : -
AUTO REPAIR WORK/ Corps recruiters and sure hope a lot of these and residential properties In Ten acres fertile land, two bed location. Reasonable. W. HNollman. And
? Anderson; No. 4 at home of ing.While Repaired
be the University of Flor- redone
. All Work Guaranteed Mrs. E. L. Matthews with Mrs. on ,eautiful girls will enter our here they will see. a Starke, Improved and unim room house completely Starke. Florida.tfchr R...-nml
ida campus for six days, startIng with
Queen Contest. If don't parachute Co. C. H. V. P. O. I Inside and out carport
. Phone 969-2904 W. E. Mlddleton: as cohostess you Jump by proved. Knight 111 S. Walnut. St. Stark
April 5.
*,.i Ho. Walnut. Stark : No. 5 at home of Mrs. have a sponsor let Pete Novak BOth Special] Force, and other Drawer P, City. tfcna and screened porch. Very RAY SALAZAR
Plans' have been completedfor or myself know. We have activities by elements of large barn suitable for horses FOR RENT-2 bedroom house

AUTO SERVICE home Veinon of Mrs.Smucker W. B.; No.Thompson 6 at representatives to answer sponsors who Just don't have the 146th Signal Bn. of Jacksonville W. FINN and cattle. Beautiful grounds FOR RENT Furnished a- furnished. Land for garden.

I questions about the Peace time to look (or you. Including the launchIng FOR SALIC-Fill dirt,, top soil, with large pines paved road partment and small furnished: Very reasonable. :2 I miles from
Gilbert S. Brown Corps In the information booth of frontage. H mile from City all N Starke near Hlway 1 8 east.
Also, you people who would RCAT (Radio Control' tractor. work, new and need house at 321 Tempi'Avc.
Standard Oil Service Station Wednesday -CIrcle 3 meetsat across from the Student Service like to plant vegetables still Aircraft Target). / building: suppUe. W T. Jsek- Limits. First time offered Phone, !BftO-2981.! tfchf Phone 9640945. 2tchg 4 18
home of Mrs. Strick
Price $15-
Center from 8:30: a.m. un- since being redone.
ATLAS have time to bunch Also in progress at Bland. son Building Material and Machinery
land, 10 a. m. Junior Choir plant FOR SALE -one white organza -
til 9 p.m. daily.Reorjiters I I 000 00 with terms.A. FOR RENT Two bedroom
TIRES & BATTERIES beans and On Ing Saturday will be the tiring Supply. Phone..-
> squaxh. planting taffeta floor length
practice, 4:30.: Prayer,MeetIng. will give the J. Thomas Realtor, Tel. trailer. Also space with patios. over
budget Terms Road Service Commission / squtiah, PLEASE don't of the annual Governor's 4001. tfehl I Reasonable.
7:30.: n on placement test several times 964-5701. Westmoreland Trallet' formal size 12. !

Phone 96471o7 Membership and Evangelism, each day, starting April 7 plant STRAIGHT NECK Trophy Match with .small FOR RENT' Furnished 4 Park. Phone 969-3201 or 960- Can be seen at 1327: E. Call
N. It'. all for bore rifles Takingpart In Unfurnished 3-
Temple Stark.HURST'S 8:30.: squash. right FOR RENT 2151. tfch St. Itchg
.. and
through April and 129
this match will be civilians room bath apartment.
South Florida in winter time bedroom block house 713 East
Thurs., Apr. 15 C'I.ancel. 14. It will be administered In
Water St. Phone 969-1183 Sale
Choir rehearsal 7:30. because. it goes to New York, from all parts of the state S. Laura, Starke. $50.00 per Auto Radiator ShopCar CUB TRACTOR For
: Room 218 of the Florida Un tfchg 1500 00.
Boston, etc., but our big mar month In advance. Hollls V. some equipment
Service Station ion.
Running Hot Red-
ket la South of Mason-Dixon KnlBht. tfchg Phone 782-3932. Willie
CLOSE-OUT First grade
Gas Oils Lubrication Boy Scout The Peace Corps questionnaire known. pencils Radiator Leak dish. **P
Line and you can't give them You. are horrliy, not VII th.... 6c each: 70c doz.; $4
PHILLIPS: 66" must be filled out .and 'FOR RENT Two apart Cleaned & RepairedNew
Officers ElectedThe awuy. Plant YELLOW a p't it toil tor the nUiipllim I 01 l lI'utrlcla Bradford -
Goodyear Tires & Batteries brought to the examination. CROOK NECK.Services Juan CiiHhniuii. in.. b.*n half gross. county ments. One 3 bedroom unfurnished & Used Radiators HOUSES FOR SALE-2 and 3
ROAD SERVTCB' 11..1. and you are required to TVleirraph.] bedroom frames houses. $50
Questionnaires are availableat one 3 rooms furn- Brake
following officers were Hrve a, "UI|>y of your' anawer ti i Auto Repairs & qualifying. Call Phil
SHEET METAL WORK elected by Boy Scout Troop 70 the University Placement 1 pleuulng- (lie l ptilltluii uii tilt'IetltIon.'ri I bhPd. Call 964.682.ttchl. Service down, no Jacksonville
Office 'in H. 1 Rllorn..y. Yuwn AHhuw Black collect at
at a meeting In the Scout Hut Building HeldThursday 18* South Walnut SERIES 191 The Right Trice AtStrobo' 359-3804 2teh 4 15
The test is divided into Stark, and FOR SALE 1958 H ton __
Thompson Sheet on Thursday night Apr. 1 : Klurlilu'j
Patrol Leaders D. Sapp. J. two purtsa general aptitude For urljilnitl anawur ur ., Expectant Mothers | Ford pick up. Excellent mechanical Garage FOR SALE-1953 Ford Main-

Metal Works Joiton, B. Haddock, S. Smith, portion and a modern Inn- Mrs. Jones 83 'I'lrrult the office Court of of the Uradfnrtl Ulvrfc of County the r-I AComplete shape. Good tires 1-4 Ml. S :.tOl on Edward,' line good condition 25000.
w. Now
All Types Metal Work T. Thompson, and R, Flynn guage aptitude exam for Florida., un or before tin Carry new tag will sacrifice. $695. Loop Rd. Phone 964-583.! _Up
11th day of Mity, *198B If you tin of Call 064-4711 4tch 422
ESTIMATES FABRICATION Quartermaster. S. Gay Scribe, which knowledge of a foreign Mrs. Kettle Cloversotte] full I I tu ilu no. u il l.uro. pro oonfeMO l I I Phone 961-5171 WORK. Phone Nt-

AND INSTALLATION B. Mvrlck. Sergeant at Arms, language is not necessary. Jones, 83, widow of the late will bit taken .uuKln-t you WearCARP'S Over 20 Years Experience LAWN! 429

Heating .v Air Cimcl. Sy" D. Salazar. The hour-long test Is not W. A. Jones of Starke, died I I Maternity FOR SALE Two Shetland I tfcng 4082. _4tp

-Bill Scribe. passed or tailed, but merely I ponies with saddle bridle and I lot
Ph. 964-0714 Rd. 16E- -Rt. 1 I Myrick, Tuesday afternoon in Glendale FOR SALE -House and

indicates. the nppllcnnt's potential Hospital Palatka, aftera halter Palomino filly and FOR RENT 3 rooms ant on St. Clair St. Se J. I. 811-
I IIIIIII for Peace r 1 I black stallion. Both broke and ,
Corps duty. short illness. bath furnished cottage Phont cox :2tp 415

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!lIiil Parents NeededTo Hriulford County on October _ _-
i 19S3 Ford pick-up truck, V8 AKC Registered Collies For motors, stern drive boats and
Free New Gov't Book OfferedTo It, 1831 and had lived here Custom Made
1III1I Aid Sale. Call J. E. Hitchcock I
111'111' Project overdrive. completely] rebuilt: trailers. Jimmy Moore's Sun
nil of her life. She was the For Florida 21AO.:
Living ,,6 !MONTH OLD ZIG 8'
Hard of State Prison 2tch 4 1 tchc
Hearing I $10000. I lfirml I Comb. port Sport
; Head StartThe daughter' of the late E, C. and' I Repossessed 64 !Model Swing _

I 11I111 .". .'' ,..ttNlny for this new Government Hook by the Idella Spurkman Wynn, and r ret: More I able Stereo-player and radiO. Needle DUl-O-Matlc. Makes J FOR S.U.E-1I5 ft long 10 ft I FOR SALE Dinette set<< 21"
... I II
v, .,f |'.>.nltli. Education, .mill.. "'clfar" ... Puhlle 111111' YOU I all speeds $.1000. Phone 473 Maitercraft
assistance of parents was a member of the Starke For Your $ $ $ Hundreds Of Fancy Stitches. > wide, 3 bedroom TV. desk and wringer washer -

I1II1I l'e-'"tli In'' : :: Series. No. 53 rmtltlrxl, """Iarlng will be needed If a poject first Christian Church. j I I I 2415 days. Up I Makes Automatic Buttonholes.Sews I trailer Small! equity and take! Phon 904-544. Up

ri>MM. Hop**. 11I1\1\ under operation Head StartIs Surviving are three daugh-1 I No Salaried or Com I FOR RENT FURNISHED On Buttons, Blind I( up payments. Phone 782-98Z9: :

This It u I'ntillr Rvrvlre\ Ity approved for this county, ,tore, Mrs.\ Freda Temple, Mrs. missioned' Employees: Very nice two.b* room house Reins Monograms Embrolders. -. 2tp 4 IS FOR RENT FURNISHED

I IIIIII SIEMENS :AIKDICAI: OF Charles] E. Francis, principal Stella Manlre, and Mrs Bes- Kitchen like your own home Dams. Patches Etc. Assume furnish. Newly decorated end remodeled
IIII DAn & BRAT LARSEN duple apart
j of the Starke Elementary i bio Chandler, all of Jackson-! Renner Apt*., 383 W. Wash- Remaining 6 PaymentsOf one-bedroom

I 111111 883 Lltifrlyve.. ('nina. New Jersey 01083 11II11 School reminded the public i villa; one son, H. F. Clover. LIKE TO WORK Inaton. Phone 064-5744. tfcha $7JO. Write Credit Mar. ed one snd bedroom cold water apartmentHot furnishedPrivate I I I ern.ment. It's Renner beautiful Apts.and 383 mod W.
this week.
= = == = = = = = = settle of Starke; nine grandchildren Bradford Co. Telegraph.
== ==: == == i:....:.' ta == ==: ::. = == The Head Start project Is and 16 great-granii- YOU Benefit FOR RENT FURNISHED Starke. 2tp 4 8 entrance with private W. i Air conditioned: three room a- I bath. Space for parking car I

i, chllitren.' P\l! tmpnt. Suitable for bachelor FOR SALE KINGSLEYLAKE off itreet. Ideal bachelor apartment 35 HP JOHNSON-Ses Fury,

Funeral services were held\ All Size on Display or couple. Renner ApU. : 3 bedroom. 1 bath or couple without, electric starter 18 ft. Fiberglass -

at :3 p.m. Thursday in Jones 8-10-12 Wides 383 Washington. tfchg house on lakefront. Large living I children Phone 9 4-4<$21 570 boat and Odor trailer

Memorial Chapel with Charles 1 1t\ Hath room kitchen 24 W Call St. Itc-ha I Complete. Ready to 'o.

Reese, minister of the First and Expandable 30 HP JOHNSON Electric ft.1 179 00. Jimmy Moore's Pun
Terwillegar Motors Christian Church, officiating. starter. 14 ft. Carter Craft. screened porch. Completelyfurnished. USED OUTBOARD MOTORS] Sports Itfhg
Write Box B. Bradford !I
Best deals
Interment was in the family Oator trailer. Complete from 3 S to 100 hp.
County Telegraph. at Jimmy Moore's Sun Sport.Itchg FOR SALE 1951 1 CbnrOIf'pickup. \
plot in Hope Cemetery. The- New and Used 154800 Jimmy Moore's Sun 3tch 422 ; new motor. Six good
reMMH, under direction of De- Sports Itcha
available tires.' M C. Roberts. State
8-Yr. financing:
Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home.
WANTED ONE of the largest firms in i I Prison. M4-4M01 Prt. I1US1NF.SS OPPORTUNITY MAN WITH IC'.OWLO'': the nation haj opening In''

U N D E Use Our Rental-Pur- BEST FISHING BUILDING SUPPLIES. Answer Gainesville] area for the right i I FROM wall to. wall no IOU at

No Woods Fire chase PlanPayment. !' camp on Florida's; fa.nouj( In own writing to Box man betwen 21 and 43 High' atl on carpets cleaned with

) During Past WeekNo Under $::10 i() I'erIonth: GRANGE LAKE. This Is a 130 Starke, Fla. References school graduate> or above. good ,I Blue Lustre. Rent elfctrle

real money maker. Owner required' 2tch<< 4 23'i' starting pay. excellent trainIng shampooer II. Starke Hard-

ready to retire. Eight new 'I' war',.
woods fires were report. program. unUmlt opportunity -

UNTIL RCOAj ed In Bradford.:! County during NOW'IMoble modern rental units In an FOR SALE-Bunk beds complete for advancement FREE '499 Electric troll
orange grove manager's quarters Retirement and group Insurance !
tha past week by the Florida with mattresses springs motors with purchase of 14 ft.
Forest service. Since Jan. 1 in well-stocked, tack I!! ladder, and guard raU. Good benefit, No ex?erlenc- Stumpknocker. Fiberglass flat

shop plus 0'" ner'l house. Cov- Call M4- { necenaryCall 372-3265 or
there have been eight fires Home SitesAVAILABLE condition. $30.00. bottom boat with twin wen

$ with 29 acres burned. During eied boat dock. Plenty of good 7293 Up | 372-5472 or FR 66037.2tp S31 M. Jimmy Moore's, Sun

the same period last year boats motors ft equipmentIf 415 Snorts ltchgCURD

there 19 fires with 109.02 you know Orange Lake you
were Full take Privileges UrUht FOR SALE-1964 Comet Call. | REWARD for return of one
know this which
Any Make Or acres burned. Homestead!' ExemptFinancing camp ente :2 I door. 239. automatic i! red bone male puppy and one OIRL WANTED. ApplyIn
now booked to capacity '
Total rainfall for the Month i excellent condition. Call 964., person at Tuck's Drive Inn.
o black and tan female
with bass perch &: bream, puppy
of March New River tower. 4 2tehe 415
: 6894 2trh 4 15 |
MR tatooed In ear. Tom Ta-
Model fishing excellent. Tf want
inches; Highland 5.70 inches you .
i tum Lawte,. FOR RENT Furnished apartment -
9 an Income in five figures
Santa Fe. 6 90 Inches. The Lake Geneva 7823690.2t
county average for March was while, working In beautiful FOR S.u..E-IN4 Ford F100J\ d 4 15 1 I I! wills lights and
Pick up truck. 1963 Ford Fast- water furnished. 208 N. Cher-
9 Seals Cars From 5.92: Inches as compared witha surroundings you should see FOR SALE -19 0 Valiant. 4
Trailer SalesOn this at once. Total price back. Take up payments. 'ir> At phone 941.4141. Itehc
50-year average of 3.07 for Phone' 989-3481 ItchZ'HOUSE '' dr., V-200 automatic
Dirt, Water and the month. 112.000 with generous terms. 1M5 tag.Phone 94-331 after ,

Route 10O. One :Mil SE At least $23.000:% down. Call or 5 p. m 4tpd 42.: FOR SALE- NO Pord_ Good

Prevents Rust Keystone llrlpht write Clyde Hooker. Rogers FOR REn"3' bedroom lookinggood running automatic
'riK: HY ft uricriox' Open Sun. & Evenings Realty & Investment. Box 1 U. :2 I bath at 536 N. Wai-'I WANTED Woman for housecleaning trans radio beater.

In H. Petition For AdoptionTo. Ocala Fla. Phone 2.137.] nut St. Reasonable. Call SJ33123. who knows how. 241 near new ww Urea. MOO 00.
Thomas CahmanAdiirvM p
, 'I J And n.'d.A"eQ.-I i 2tchC 4,15, : 2tchg 4,15 Park PUce. Itch can M4-C081. Stark Upu




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I mounted to about $3.50 peraveruxe I student to take pride in the Nl'* of NWH\ Ueln UA. .'t tax dart to b. Issued. thernonTh .
dally membership or condition of the book. I Nag. by tin Ki i IaIY:. ,Ux:, |: an ertlfteet, numb.r..nA
"*." IS. T-S a l. H-XJ 1)) :year of iNsuant. the da<'rip.
students\ This year It will amount What: happen. when textbooks Name, In which ....s..d. Jnhn- Him nf th*. t>e..''i>''rtv', and the
ce ni'. U |'10"'."". In whlfh .. .dare
\ COUNTY to almost $5 With the or lost or damaged\ ? names It was asfl tui <
WITH ,. All of sill property being in a< follow:
'rising cost of books this! figure : When the book Is lost the Hi. County at .Brs.lfor.l. Mk\t. Ortlfleat Ye. SI: Year of !JI.
". demands: careful planning student mint pty the COAt of of Florid. mine, limtlkirrlptloni. ,''
YOUR : AGENT P"I.-... such. ertlflriitii *,ball of Property 1.A
In order to provide the bouka the book
Congressional Oratory InspiredBy prorated accordingto i h. rv.t*.mit Aocorittn to la w JlO' Hg Inv! r..r of M\VH' of
-. necessary for lnipra.lnii the the condition of the book t tit. property ii..rrlbl. {In .urfhritlUHt "SKU' : Hue tl, T-.H. 11-21 K.:
curilciilum and replacing .Discarded I at the tline U wu lost or the I ,'. or p.rtlflt....nin. will Nam. In whlr. h ..._..*I."| lluyt
I he "hl! ta th. hlgn. blilil.r, .1 atmirllhg
Bradford County StrawberriesSenator b.>oks. The amount last condition checked by tin' I tti. tuurt house. door" on thririt All if said. property. liolnn Inth
leaves very llltU for replacing teacher who Issued the book MumUy\ In month nf M..y. .* Tousle'' or mir.iril., tllat
I I. ;l.. which U thu Ins .
IB day ut lIt Flurldu.
J. W Fulbrlght and Senator "Wow I And that is an understatement > textbooks which\ have been I This mean If It wvt.\ consldeied .Mn\'. !Into! lil.m. .snrh.. certlfliMt. or
(; theirs for treated! carelessly or left out a new book tli full price Uchamiil hand 15,55 19th day. ..( M**"h, .1'11'1.'' : .hnll. II" r-.lmin, |
lenrite A. Smathers ate Texas certainly has nothing on .
/ In the weather It likewise" !"!!.... ai-iinilinit tn. law the properlyJvMrrltieil
imalnst the studentIf
breakfast. Florida when it comes to size." trw ,ISKAl.!: .In mirh.. icrti or
leaves little for replacing the book IIIM been dimMjirtt \ ...
very .
Hi uUh M M n. C. .rlltk"I'"* will h.- ilil Io' th
ftep. Florence P. Dwyer of New -Rep. Wm. L. Springer ((111.) those lost. throuxh normal meA thai Uie price I I. computed .1"1e I nr I'lrault!! I'niiri' of Itradro14 !- hlirlient.. hh".r..t' the "'oiirthuime

Jersey switching: from Congresswoman "I guess" I have to agree that Florida I best the money can: l>io- nccordlnxlv It tniy bei I I'ounty. Hurl.In. 41 4t '21 j I INOtlltl I ,niimih dour of mi.Mm the. flat 1551, Mondayin which

to housewife, used! hers to makean strawberries, the California vile only one or two books poi t\"cll to note that If the book | I I I. the Ird dry. of May. l'6.C .
old-fashioned! shortcake. surpass ) lt3JrGeorge year for the student I Is, not paid for by the student j Of1. tl-HI II' %.1IIIHill '.. > : > ili>it 'lhlii, J'Jlh tiny. ut \larih,
variety. I enjoyed every delicious Tt I l'l>Mt:IIire. 1'1l'It\
Rep. Jack Miller of Iowa was moved bite." HceotinUlnu the problem his records are held up untilp.lytltellt I 11.'". .'. N. I I I:' :.\I.)
juicy lluggins II, nl,I ih 1 M. 111..1). P will help a great deal Uolnx I is" tn.ideSuppose Nn III h"I I>\ c' x .n I II.) iI
- to poetry: "Roses are red. violets are -Rep. B. F. Sisk (Calif.) I r i M.l.. i ?,at. ,il t.., .101.i ..I'.II I'lnrl" '' i I' I i "I',' ,'. rt ,r llrad.1 I.
.. something about the problemwill I a book "ladle! ,,... ,
blue sugar is sweet your strawberries wits \ I l.. .1 1 w''nT .ur. ,' ns., t h ila'
be of greater valu:. In order I to the slit,'!'ent at the brklniilnx 'nl. IiI i .1 1.1inkl.$ >I' it. 4/t 4t 4;J3
too!I" "Your strawberries came at a most FAIR TIME 13 NEAR Ap:II2l class and must be good to be ,
to provide the sLud..nlwlLh of thear In HII exi ,i-ll\
Vice President Hubert Humphrey convenient time while \\en""e" : hl Is Uupt'1I11I1I day with accepted Into the sale ,
un it. .to- moving to join you in the new Ray. I another great! big kick-off I Sales are held each monthat
: must do n better job ofromeiviUlon returned showing Main ornormal
burn building. My staff held the berries by the Stal kit Rotary( Club. either Gainesville. Live Onk in the futuie To uio. then no charge' t to DIRECT FROM THE C.B.S. TV

"Dear Billy: ten feet in front of the movers -rI or Million CondUniitciits/ to accompl'sh'! this the stuJent made, If the book allow .xiiitiv

fany thanks for that wonderfulbox and, as a result w'e made the fastest' I '1 R I the sale must be mid must take pride In the books of mistreatment And I b pre. "SUNDAY SPORTS SPECTACULAR"
through un and mutt be In on
of strawberries that "
arrived( at
move on record. 1 loaned to him during! the year'' seated oUietwIie. danuw'd.

my office yesterday. They were IndeEd -Rep. W. Pat Jennings (\'".) Monday before the ThIlU.IY:! I 1 by the! state. thl'lUI1 adjustment I I..* roin
of sale date Ask us about the
delicious and I am so grateful. ,IYI One example! \\ of the problem" pitted on the bail'" of use
tnluht. have feeder
sales i
Please extend my thanks too. to the Your strawberries are wonderful.If pigs to you sell any month In Involve the purchase of anew We hope In the coiling vein LALt ;

Commerce." Senate between! California and! Florida year I Junior high for the coming each student In Junior hluh
to the Fall for
Now back a
you have me!f"' year The 7th and' 8th grade. ThIs will help nut the rl'Il"n".r
A North
Congressman from Carolina little bit and the opening; dIY,
-Sen. Carl T. Curtis, (Xt>br.) I will move Into the modern lie* In the way the I v
so pleaded! with the gift of straw- on Wednesday April 21 Him
I I II IJ IRed math area. In 1111l1'Ob.lbIlILY\ cares for the textbook C0l1ttIH6/
berries wrote Rep. Billy Matthewsthat .U* the day we always have u ,
"I assure you that jour strawberries J next year Tn doing this most U> his P "R"II..I'm' 4
he would return the favor by compare most favorably with our I number of out-of-town vltlt- of our textbook allotment\ 1\1\ t SOON'
ors. We hAve our livestock.. it
sending him a plug of tobacco or a own Louisiana varieties, and we will juduln and ribbons placed on be tied up In thU new pur-
can of snuff. rhme Miinv of the textbook
try to inspire our growers to main. all livestock Of course we will\ I. 1'5. 1'enslr. Jodie'. 1'.prl f
These are just a few of the favorable his the high standards. that you havein have chickens and rabbit and of other oublect areas. needleplicliiu 11.rn4f.r.l. a.u.a., aulP1.. I
results obtained from Juit a* well To .'1...,....
what Con- Bradford County I sill' maybe a Remember
I IRep. Emanuel can really 11\rpaj $:\ per student over the> K.istw: ,,r "r.tMitr.iv: 1 !'",iiliorih
vrO'Allmanfatthews: says was the T. Thompson (lot) to our livestock show .. lth an one year we had a variety Ilk' entire cuulculuin.' and' pro.tin ,. .UK,.i-ii...,1 I ITh EDDIE
most t effective stunt he has ever witnessed exhibit of his Yorkshire hog pigeons turkey geese crows\ ,, 11.Ir| or. "II I"irlil' i. 'I'I ." II .
<1. the best textbook available .IVr-ii. lull ., .
"The of > ii | lii ihi K!:
on Capitol II dl- the Berriesfor growers your District are ,|I He ran proudly rxhtblt a real and even a pole-catl! Variety I I.* n hm el taxk With the ,Isle. i>r ..nlil 1 l II.i.KII, .nl FEIGPrIERt
Congress promotion staged by to b. highly commended for the per. |I brood sow like the one ihon. makes for Interest 11 u* new coMRtructlon present-. You. tin. heriiiv ntiiriril, Ill.
Bradford faction they have attained in producing << above. he can how a sow know( what you want to show\ A written InitMiin, in i I'll pun
County interests week before I or niton of mnteiltl, : found In the I liar l 1.1ml V\ill ji.,,
last. ; this delicate fruit .tlh a good< litter of plat. o: | Any Interest or COIC''IIyou I textbook. of today It bl'"lIml'lIj! Tout.. n in..111 l itf. .It"I d"| ,|I..iti, i iN ".,

And the flood of letters received by -Rep. W. R. ,Hull. Jr ()Io.) he ran ahow a pen of allis might have about the fair we. Impottunt to hove' Die IxNtthut mill*, n PiuirtY xl'iiliii. ,, l? i I'r h"I A.4Man

that ..11bto\ aided ti> hIs 1 need to know about It Com U uvnll.tbli on the iu>trket .>ll are ".',MllV "IM'I.,Itttliwlihtii
Congressman :Matthews, and relayedby "Thanks for the strawberries. I'm breeding herd Red now ha on out to the meeting at th- ni". ,01".1> ",, ,nil,, ,, .
him to the Chamber of Commerce glad I voted to give Florida the great about ten brood now. I fair ground each Wednesday: rriiitt the iltt. *. of tti> rtiHt, |tIlintliiii >
What run parent do' to nr thin nil l. .' ,it .> I
here certainly attests to this fact. sunshine fertile soil and healthful He hat added this night at 8 o'clock. We welcome ? Hliiftcnl niiik. t pear lit all ,I'tiurt ,niul .I b ,. "Show" Team
help a
Here are from few climate that it t'njoy&It was of your suggestion. and ; can ,.""..*. If nltv von ",111 w lln.ll..n \ '" ',
excerpts just a one program to hU ", .wln"l point of htndllnic, their text- nf liiilil, ,nrl In, ndnd. i>
of the hundreds. better. votes." help Arch Thomas Jr I IA .
of letters receded to my operation Build aa you honks with rare" and pililo slimy UNliI' Will'i n r liNti h."I"'

date: -Rep. John II. Dent (Pa.) or grow aa you bulk! I'm not 'I manager president. anj of our Pete fair.Novak They ls They nlso should have a plaice! nut..I1\I..'"n. "'It..1. ALSO SEEN IN TIME MAGAZINElANDONTHESTEVEALLENTVSHOW
sure which Is Red to put them when thy are! Theenn A. Yawn' ,. i* miv tinlitMrnitfiinl >
"I 1 am most happy to learn that '"The berries were dl"liclou1I4h\ Anyway he Is adding to his need your IIUPP
your District produces. other than we" could find more. of them in our farrowing house and facilities!...f.l.ytttflflltl..t. done by either sharing a locker innj 1"lhl"'IIII"I" .h !I'> [

boiled peanuts and the strawberries local markets." and l pasture a* he finding a> convenient cluia-. 1 I it IIn.

which you are responsible for delher- .-'Sen. Warren. G. Magnuson (Wash..) In the hOC program He HUll BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES room and securing limrhei& 1'crnoi5
0. through the regularly
feeder pigs
ing to office permission to me whatever
my were truly magnificent. 'Thank you for the basket of straw- cheiued!. special fteder-. seers 18 I available. pliclivi: \n I 11..1 ",.' ".!.. n. ., IKIXMill .
t. .
-Hep. Floyd V. Hicks (Wash.) L rri.s which'' arrived this morning pig *ale.. book covers over., their book .- ., 11161 I" l'm.X III.'. I MN IIi. Garden Restaurant softball team

when my children were visiting me. We have had several of our these I are fiirnlxhel. I by the "Hi ? I. lurxlit ""iv, n tlMr ?, '
T t AliUriniiii., .the h. 'I.I, ,
"Webster's You ne\'er'.y anything disappear 80 ntlne producer attend. then. school upon request' I grid ubnve ,. .. ,
dictionary defines\ a Br Jim Tempi.trpITYTTYYYtIttryx'tlt'Yt1Y if th l ill >" HIM r 'rim! ii >?
quickly I" Jim over the pat year and I all the student ihoulil' rilnl., said ,.irilfl. ..l.! .. n.. '" In" BHS StadiumSun. l 11 l
strawberry as 'the juicy edible usually II' Apr.
well it-erf in li iinir l tti Th' 1>'
red fruit of a genus of plantsof -Rep.; Weston K.: Vivian ,(Miih..: ) ) they like them pretty haiulU his textbook with care r.rl5/ls..i niiMiln.r jimt. 1 >" .ir- .,
Weight' clawiei rinse from SO| Tarrnt, canto\ of aiul.NiieeIn Ii, I.n'' ,. ,the it...M,.i lii" ,n .'
the roM familyAfter sampling "I 1 have always known about the < I to 130 pound They are II'ad'l, One of the moat frustratingand / this matter by Insisting the |tn'ii. 1'1. .n.I'. ,' ,,, n.rn'I ,"l. 2 ior.
/ will II I. H. m- il I v.
the luscious confronting in -
morsels kindly continuing ptoblema
you so delicious fruit of Florida but hue j ed for quality In each > that th* student. exercise care Ill,.,".w.. Adtnncv TickfIs-.\tliill' .* $1.2.1. Students 75cAt
sent to me however I am writing the Junior hluh Involve with the )books whlrh ate Issued i '" in, ill, '. ,, < I. .
never had anything like the basketof \ the hiss. minus and I* ,. .. ... l '/_ (futt'-\dult.: :tI1.'itJ.I ;' ( :Students :$IOOChevrolet) )
Webster demanding that he change berries just received.8.n. ," tutnej, IM week. and Alice bv the school The par- ,II.. ,. ,''II", .I" 1'p, ,,, ,", I, I II II'
this pallid and unimaginative description Maine f. put thi feeder. The tiny ( damage of student textbook rnt. can also. encourage; the! I' air .. ,r ., 10//. -
Margaret Chase. Smith ( ) up Thla I III. difficult area.
to one more nearly resembling bird- ,tewel. among bird-rn the school -

the truth as applied to North Florida "As representative of an area that I! be Keen at moot home around must through woik which At the present

I'It' wherries -Viz: A delicious, delectable ta.JikewlM\ proud of its sunny climate this .....Uon. but with a feeder '' time we do not have enough

wholly delightful and ante- and its fruits and vegetables. I consider you get a rhance to see and. lockers for each student to

tempting fruit that is the quintessenceof myself something of a connoisseur study the blrJ in gaiter. detall have. one for himself, The

flavor When it comes from the of such products so I hop you situation with the student and<

fertile fields. of Florida this succulent will tell your constituents from Hrnd- at his book atul upull""e sometimes -

result of Florida sunshine, generous ford County" that you have the word Went beach on last a picnic Halurday ova. ;and; looks. like a real nir*..

soil, and tender cars is worthy of of an expert that their strawberries, the the! trip saw. a number of Hook can be seen In. small a*
the admiration of the most captious are. superb !" Beautiful blue trim growing along well a.* large clusters. at ,.r.

gourmet" -Rep. Kika de la Garza (Texas) I. highway dllche\ We .ol lou plate around the cmp-

-Rep. Lionel Van Deerlm (Calif.) a couple of bulb and hope Wart w.we :
There were many many other similar them started at our place have tried to proldhelving >

"Thanks for the strawberries.. IfI I expressions. but these give an : > apace at central locations
idea of the warm appreciation with this' .where the aLu",'llta cn
was a real smart Georgian' I would On our trip
which our Bradford County strawberries gathered. a deposit their bouka and notebooks i .
be living! in your District'r" nertlon. we! have raw.a
were received in Washington.When' numtwr of !flower mod shrubs. '' but thee are by
-Hep.: James A. Mackay (Ga.) sufficient Such .hpl,-
a California Congressman. admits and av* a rmult! we now havea j<

"Your strawberries. are the biggest that our berries are "bigger andbetter" big variety of thing growing Ins U provided 1 In the hall otA ,
the entranceto
building. at
and best that I have ever seen. Theymake than those of his native state at our place. Instead myrtle the cafeteria and at the :

us want to move down to Stark, -that's real results Just pine tree and '

Fla. rivht It's nice to know bushes For Instance, wt haveredbud gymWhat ,' ..
now. Our taste buds. tell us : that Bradford myrtle happen' when your
.. and red crepe
that Starke is. the berries!" County strawberries are now better from High Hpring. sedan child done not have a place to

-Sen. William Proxmire (Wis.) known in all fifty states, and it's safe from the wet Slarke area. a put his b ok*" tleneially the rliiilllll11 '111mnW.J1111J j

'; to say those who received" them will fine magnolia from near Melrose students Uy to lire a lake:

"I shall. think of you with each lust be telling their friends, and looking a mayhaw from Brooker with one of their tins.\ friends

clous mouthful. Who cares what hives for the "North Florida Strawberry"label a mallow from Oren Coy fWjinrtinie they find a"''''

may come!f" when they go to the market in Bprtni*. and Iou more. able room in whirl, to leave )

-Rep. Sidney R. Yates (III) the future. S5 heir book with the onm-ni

However. what all our of th- teacher It till >I1. none

t pUni need I I. l-rtllwer. and the student< plan. liU dally

Farmer's grower Light. production over this roof .Tire oetetmlneJto :! activity In order to 10""( ur! th: .

.Dlury: lone period of time Iplrking. really feed &them a* our *ollIn > right book from the uiom In .. ., ., '

stalled In January for a number V-flclenl: In many wy. question in order to met' hI. -

Bycording ... Iiktitrlrel of trower*)I. vastly In- But not our la..n--tha& d.rg neat claM. The student ha-,

I C-reasea the root and 'troubl gone I"**" grow wlthoi help ample time to make this BJlustment

II I to Market.Manager of getting plrker. and there and .we Cant keep up with It during th.<. morning:

more diutlng and spraying to now *> we're not about to break lunch tun. and al.
Phil Cn>nmi .- a/ld-t that'*:(
I nearly a quarter fIt. million be done not to mention constant make It any.wore other convenient time worlcpower"walks"
pinU. weeding Bo.' *11 In all .e Many of our students however '

V grower nuke anr money Pate thing we've ever are negligent atynjt thenbook ,

I But with Eater: coming up. tills year they wlU have earned seen rrowtnt/ the hlahway taI *. In man eases Cyril
black snake Or>' *ro' ed ahead who have lockers assigned
there should be a heavy Or : every penny of It I I a tlose
of u* on our trip over to to them leave" theltx
mand for brrrtei nest week.ecperlalr .
1 U the weather up I While the rains have let up. U e> orean ,and Bam had to doa _>lc* deposited round till< right over bumps and trouble d

North Improve' ., that people many of the field are tlll lot of stg ag-ln, to miss It ramptM IVnk are left In the

shortcake.. too wet to work One man at ,, We used' to think of them atI halls at the enlranre of the
think of .trswberry
In revenue spite of.a poor Mill start equal, berry the. The ajuattty of our berries hu I the "berry market r..port..11. I I 1 peU. but they do no harm cafeteria on the ld-wlk. In Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of b

may gloomily "I cull cant. put a louuide of giving you a atari the gym on top of l lockers in
rl'nmt-brPaan. tout Ut tmpro4 lit .u off be' aua* ud4eiUyl: I II' ..-. : It smooths rough roads protects truck, driver .A1
I of too much nJn1.I and price tractor Into one field and t when you see one the halU and other pla ort truck .
yearIf the weatherman
don't know. when I will be '' and are uppowd to be helpful rmt, ,'M A. a result of this Chevrolet 11 1
tlatalri4t. And pickups
help A of Ut the has Improve I'I' from excessive Jolting. on
week \' .. able to- j In keeping down other eerie** treatment of t the and cargo J

II R! volume flat of behind tale) w.Ut*) about rear' ,MOOO *c-.. But altos",,". UUs has peata ,bu<*.. they shore much rHled wr it's a proved system with millions of miles of user experience ,- --" -.':":'... t.

b.n a h.adsehe" r..oa for H.ej.. our humtnlntmrd r.- and often t become! very
i In fart. we have one that and damaged| A* a result. ) .lliev I behind it Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or

live around the pUntlnff by have to boo d,*,.a..-'.-d long befoi -

1 OR/Q4/ THE BKAoroKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I the house and we amvxt! think ,* their! useful life u over Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet .CHalVROUET

? of It a* a prt H OW",",. whenaim Atlo from the <_II tIt) of coast to coast.
:. ESTABLISHED 1BT I I first choice with pickup users from
4Q has to trawl' under the damage, book. .left at thesesrlo.av is

r E.'Toe PV.u."aIc house for mime repair he ha peace, are '.*wnUmixrked ... dealer about type ot truck
I .. Marywf L su. Telephone your Chevrolet .try
Black aetti-
a dread of meetlnar Mr uy by mistake or i ,_. .
Q order there. and when any stolen" by __ el""e. --- .
i ..a. OL..., WfWULV H.-. ruaia/ic0 CowMarr ,
I .. and If t It happen. there' '0- While touching upon thl I (9''''
"..uou.." UMDfa T. Sara -. .
riots toy to be a very fine u. to matter I am sure m...* peotrfere

i I't; ,"..'....D [acre T..o ..*. Aw* Cottar" AOer ._ Cis.. ....n.. A. Tile which one ran rraal out aware of th* fart that th* '

... ... .. ,.. ot there tN fastest If. true I' whk-f we ,i" (In Mir
roeT c. AT ., .. rcA. U. Acts W MaaCM a GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc.
the bite<< of thai make: I I' not riorVta trtwut. *yt"fn at a fn'

Dl' THE TRADE: AREA 0Na TUft $1.30 . MIX :MONTI ta' II O9otrran rv>bwnnit but even /*o. name' (Uhed by I the sate Myi'- '1.1 .

.K TKADS AAJUA OMB TBAM KA . aix MONTH 1133 bite .U even !<.*. dame opxcUUy -, f purchase", tSe, t>> .c t', a'':' < '

with '*tor. bought'Choppers. ed. by the "'at. In the peAt I t.. S. 301 (.NOICril( ) HFAKKK.: f'f.\ I'llONE 961.390UL

I __ this'\ money ha generally a-

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::: RTAKKF. FTORm! "'lIeUSIU'lUL 8. IMS! ( ____________

.1...,.. I special interest to retired folks Annual Eprcr( Hunt Beasley Resigns

." I who make up a large percentage < -
Set At FailhPresbyterian
;;.. of our town's population
Dinner will begin at 6:30: p.

;;: m.. and admittance will be by Haberstroh Sworn

.. ticket, only. Price, $1 50 per A spscial treat for" and 5

." plate year old boys and girls In the I
Don Pantfboin and Bill Melrose Kevstft.w! JlcUhtt c

.. Reynolds Jr. are the ticket area is planned by Faith Presbyterian iri -

committee. Better gel yours Church Klnd'rwirten. : ,,

s. 4 .. now. As Municipal Judge

-- FIRST GRADERS This annual event will b' .
i ikrk REGISTER: :
held at 10 a. in. Friday Apr.
Thursday) April) 15. from 8:30a. : f 9 at the Kindergarten.A /! .

krk m. till 12 noon parents are w4..1 program prepared by Mrs.L C. J [Jack! Haberstroh Key- T1"ZZf a.its
requested to bring their children O. Baldwin and;Mrs. F A. Atone Heights councilman] was

who will be starting Spies, kindergarten: teach>rs. sworn in as municipal judge
I school in September
L' I II ter. Registration will be in the c m"nt will be served after the I II resignation of Mayor M. L .
t : y I first. grade room, with Mrs. egg hunt. Beaaley from the Judge posi !
I Susie Gornto In charge Hei I Anyone wishing furthi. in tion. S +y, :Ts

"Three Little Maids" room is practically next door I .. formation may call 475-5871 Marilyn Rushton Beasler did not attend the
to the! new administration I
brief Monday night
HEJ.. I). Bowen EngagementIs
Tlu-w. lovely 'nnletant In the :MInI. April FOCI contest building.To \ vvv'vwwv'evvvvlyylvv.t but submitted his resignation ,

nt Kyst6ner Height. high tulinol liwtt Frhluy night (from left): enter school in September Revival Starts AnnouncedMr in a letter stating that the I

Cliff; a child must be six years action was necessary "due to I
"brace ;Moon ISotmlc Homer, and Chapman INDIAN BEACH Alonzo
old by Doc. 31, 1065. Be sur \ Sunday AtKeystone and hire Eulie my heavy work

'n"rmwvv YY .TYYY.-YYYYYYYYYYYYYY wvs to bring a birth certificate Rushton of Keystone Heights which often requires echedule'j
Tell your friends! who have BaptistRevival (Lake Santa Fe) I II announce the engagement ol out of the city. He con I

children of this age. In cas.' their daughter Marilyn Anne,, I tinue as mayor.
Mm.! Jack F.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS do not read this notice I to Coinmanuer Ix>rendo Andrew -
they COURSE; Sunday Apr. 11. at the PinBaptist Cumble. USN. ion of Bcasley is president of the I
INSTRUCTOR Church of K>ystonHela'itH. Florida rural electric cooperatives
Ity Mary: K. Sdi;ieffer FOR REI) CROSS continue throua:: Mr. Ulmer Richardson For organization with offices
and this week'scolumn
2 \ I am starting
: and organizations rest of Lake Dallas] Texas.
Local businesses
the J 18th I In Jacksonville and usually -1
&&&&&&"A&.aaAAA.A.a&.AAA AAAAAAAAUTAA AAA .out with a plea apleasant Miss Rushton graduated
are receiving letters Rev. J. D. Bowen> new We talk. spends>> much time in Tal-
I Matter of Ceremonies, Bill Director of one though from Florida Southern College; .
'MISS APRIL TOOL from Clay County church will I Ihassee] during legislative sessions.
('ROU'IIfDiD: : :'\ 1*'>>>'V! Bclotp. clad In a satin gown, Civil Defense Ray Chance pastor evangelist of the and will bf along here have 'a recuperating and is with Delta Air Lines In.I C. II. (Jack ll..lirr..lri>... new Keystone. Heights. nl ;;:
servo as and he called to .
Miss!! FMl LaCotsetto l 1-Ul.i.: \\Ith> u blonde. wig kept the asking that certain membersbe asfilHtcd by O. L. Jarvis al I ask if neighbor 1 could help find him Washington D. C. Her fiance Uni In his letter of resignation -lpuJ Judge, h sworn In Monday night by City Clerk J I-1
Biuce Moon] was c own ,mileage In Rood humor and sent to Green Cove Springsto Copeland garduated from Mercer recommended the ,
song leader! and Ralph some recuperation material with the Nava!,I' Beasley appointment Bakrr.
end is
Miss April Fool of KIUI3 fur cum.ic" i tli- moon I with n take an Instructor Course; organist You Wadell-) Wallace IA versity UnitAndrews of Habeistroh. saying -
1965 on Thursday evening; ('.>.kiii3. \\1./.1.I In First Aid, starting in thenear see. Air Reserve Training that "his legal experience) Councilman Ed Bennett said ficer following a difference of
held I
Serving: will be ear still confined to close! quartersvia Naval Air Facility,;; I
April 1. in the School Cafe- Theflali\ was under the future. Said/:: !: members night at 7-30:: and grade!''I doctor's ciders.! So to keep Washington.! : will amply qualify him for that Thomas B. Bryant has', opinion with Mayor Bosky
torlum. It was the high pointof dl 'c-ti'W of Senior ClussSnown. would then be qualified as the office of municipal Ju.ue.,1After been hired as city supervisoras
to nurseries will be provided Ichildren. < the hands busy Is [to help the A May wel: lng Is planned''I' at a council meeting last
Fashion- '. Assistant Principal Red Cross Instructors for Chester
a Womanlcss time pass I He la working on Beasley's resignation I a replacement month.
Show,-an evening of fun and;! Josppli: Bc-n :on and Mrs Claire teach standard or advanced A cordial Invitation is cj '1'1 a project that requires a particular In Alexandria, Va. .:i was accepted. Councilman Bill, Moody ,who resigned last
"frolic for all In attendance.I, Lutz ns'idt'uit; : claws sponsor First Aid to the other mem- tended to the public to alter I old Jar. If anyone Warrens nomination of Hab- week. Moody had previouslyquit Bryant is a retired Army

The other three! finalists were I IDllvid I'KEVAIT 14 1 BUYERAT bers of their own groups, or all servlrea.rwmvv.vvvwv'rvv.v.v'. knows the where-a bouts of Ing wife. It will be a pleasant" erstroh for the post was unanimously as a daytime police of man now living In Keystone

Bonner, Wilson Tyie. DAVIMIN-I'AXON; organizations. pleasa let us know. Hit conversation, Indeed. I approved. I
..and Rodney Paul.Contestants From the New York Dally I Supervisors, bosses, etc. ore aims the old I talked with Ernestine.{\ I
I requirement! are ;I The oath of office was given
o paraded I". News Record of March 23 being asked to furnish the time ireenlih-blue tinted Ma- EltonachT! and she happy) ctl"rkI I Zenith
suits and the information that Civil Defense Office with I reports that daughter Jan'ifoot ,I to Haberstroh by City Frigidaire Mavtag -
bathing forma.1s.\] comes li i son-Bell quart Jars. We could announcedthat
Baker. He
_and exhibited their talents| the DllvL on-Paxon Co. of At- ,, names of these candidates as not remember If there arc? is looking much better '
) addresses( and Jan has had quite a time wilt he will resign as a councilman Motorola Seigler Heaters
well1.1 their
for singing or dancing. Miss ] Ga. has named Bruce I round and square ones or not I
..,,LuCorsette ,won the approval!' Pievntt to the new position! telephone numbers Negative Ity !Mr.*. Grant ttolhhammAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 r I If so he would like two of that foot. She took about sin: : I after he has completedwork
of the judges, Mrs Betty Ben- j of buyer of men's outerwear, replies are also: requested i each or four of either kind. So layers of skin off the outside! ; on the upcoming city Fedden

"tley, Mrs. Joseph Benson, and' sports shirts swim wear, and Write to Box 126 Keystone look around, Inquire and: let's edge of her rLtht foot while!I budget

_Qulncey Gardner, by doing a,I sweaters Heights WOMAN'S: : cum I net Mils man on tho happy I playing at school mini. the]r Haberstroh" explained that hit
-Ca. -Can number. David Boner Mr. Prevatt, who wa for- FIIIST All PROGRAM: The Mclroso Woman's CK 1 road to recovery! He is wllllnR I have hid trouble getting It tc"doctor had ordered" him to YEOMAN'S Sales & ServiceMELROSE
SCOUTS heal. So( keep tin gel".I : "take it easy. so he will not
of FOR BOY your
... demonstrated Ills baton- merely assistant buyer is plannIng an Easter! Music to pay reasonable prices! for ,
twilling Wilson Tyre did a men's furnishings, will assume/ Boy Scout Troop 105 will ale program for the meetlr I these Jars You might go visit! crossed for thU little lady I I attempt to carry on both jobs. PH. 473-2371

ballet, and Rodney Paul did a pmt of tho duties of Robert holt: a First Aid Training on Wednesday April 7. Etgl t and talk antiques cost iron : The O'Neal Mattoxs1 I'' Municipal Court sessions are

hula.] Brancos and Harry Cheinlkoff. :, Program on Tuesday. April 13, students from Oalnesvll e I I cooking utensils and heirlooms the process. of building a new'!, held each Friday night. starting -

Seniors Olnny Campbell and, Ho Joined Davlson's In''''' at 8 p. m., in the Community High School called "Miwlrlg I with him, and handwork i, home. The: big grey two itorj r at 7:30.Following: "Quality and Price"FRIDAY

Audrey Flakes, attired In tuxedos 1003 under the Junior Execu- 'I I' Church educational building. Singers" under the dlrectic II and art with his chaim- (Continued on Page Ten] I the meeting

assisted. the contestants! tive Training Program. A. M. fRayl Pettls. Safety of Mrs. Walter Murphree. mi -- _I _._ ... -
'on and off stage to avoid any I Bruce Is the second son of I Specialist: with the Agricultural deal( Instructor will cntertai I,

Bmli!>hap that might result] with Myron and Marian Prevatt of I Extension Service at the And Mrs Elizabeth:: llodatsf, nn
thrtr unfamiliarity with, long I Keystone!! Heights.! University of 1"Iorldlwill present will slna two numbers!! fro nIl 'I

';,skirts! 'and high heels I MEWS CLUB DINNER: : a program on cloned chest the "Messiah"' Luncheon wll
I SET FOR Al'K. 15 I heart nuisance, and mouth-to- be HPrved Hostesses will I b

I Remember that April 15 Ist, mouth rescue breathing, using Mis. O. M. Allen Jr Mrs :EI
the deadline for puichaalngj' "Resimrl-Anne! "'' After the demonstration H Horned and Mrs M, 1 1'I '<
) I
your ticket to till Men's Club an opportunity Tient.
Theatre Dinner at the Community j) for piprllcp will be! given. ,I Thu Woman's Club wll

Church educational building I The public U invited to attend I. ftponHoraHomeDak"Sall'OIA "

Frl.. Sat.-Apr. 9. 10 The dinner which is open the demonstration II 10 at tin Melroie Poi

to the public, will be HeldMonday '' LIONS' GUEST NIGHT I. Office from 9.30: until sol!
.. and There! will be no Lions'Ouest t
night April 19. out
MARAOF will feature Congressman Billy Night this evening, but IHI'IK'ATE lUtliKJK.
It will be held at 7:30: p. m. .
] .
Matthews as guest speaker.Ills Winners a', Metros Dupl!
TilE \VI1.I'KHNF..SSCntniniMl Thursday. April 15, as usual 1.
subject will be "Old AyeAssistance" ; cate Blithe Club for last wee!
despite any pre-Easter Church SATURDAY -- APRIL 910tC.
; I'ntuiichnl! and other related I| I Include) the following: Mr; ,
Services, by popular request.
congressional mutters such at Pai' I
i I Roland Bryan and Mix
In Deluxe Color The April 1 meeting was well+I
Medicine and Hocl.U Security. Johnson first place: Mr;:
i These topics should be of, attended your correspondent' Mary Cook and Mrs Waite:
(Continued on Page Ten) ,
r Qrollck, second place; Mrc :1 AUTO

C. :Maxaon\ and Mrs Ruby Lc & MOTORS
Oxford third place; :MnFrances

SSEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE[ Rutherford Pylu fourth and
I Tile Faith Presbyterlai; J I

; BUSINESS I DIRECTORYThe I Kindergarten!proKriiin will and holt Easter its" annual CK, Located In Downtown Keystone Heights-On Hiway 100

hunt Friday Apill. 9. from 1(

to 11 a, m,

AUTO SERVICE NURSERY( I The Women of the Trlnlt,] FOOD AND

Episcopal Church held ;

"The Martin's Place TERRELL'SGulf O.C.Carnes Nursery the meeting Parish Thursday house morning urrunglni 1 II:;' FREE SOFT DRINKS Grand Prize

'Ilway 21 between :MclroHO: JTIwnv 100. Flornlionia-23
things for the rtunniage sal s
.. and KeystoneANTIQUES Service Allies: SE of Starke
which was held 8..tUl'dayAprl1 .
NKW: ; ('SI'I': ) TIKF.M
Nursery Stork -- Thou! 3. Mrs. A. C. Spires wa All Current Year Makes and Models-Most
From $3.00 All Sizes
Up nnds of Plants ft Fruit i :
USED SELL FTKMTIItn: LobrlonllnnBaterie. (t ..\rfen.OPKN .j Trees to choose from.. Nice hostess. Less Than 100 Miles.Extra Clean! 100BROOKLYN CASH
7 AM. 7:30: P.M. The Methodist Church Tto
\ Shade Tress Evergreens:
"True worth withstands the Keystone llelichU 473-4'i7l! vlval starts Sunday inornln!
.... Test of Time." ft I Landscape Plants All in
Clourd. :\lom111) container plant any and continues every evenln Full Factory Warranty
HENDERSON'SService time. Camellias A azalea at 7:30.: Rev Albert Eaulentoi.

PHONK 475.2115APPLIANCES _' Lot us ila your larutacnplnfr., will give the sermon and Rev Many Other Valuable
CenterRtnnrtnrd /I'h/ 8141.88Nlcht.: : .. anti Paul Whatts will lead thMr Late Model First Class Used

.... Oil Products slnllnll.
I"u.\I. W Wan, Nothing To Hay H'Ji"tnn1' Time From Now Until Drawing
KOMI SFILVICKJohnson ; : ESTATE and Mrs. W
V Service Center I Time-ft IVM. Saturday:\
cT Outbnnrd of Gainesvillecre dlnne r Cars & Trucks April 10.

3. R. Til I EH. Proprietor Sales' & ServiceFIsMnif lIu OIK: (Vntmlly ImHtxl guests of Mr. and Mrs. clarence Register At Our Lot Or At The
"ABthorizea Motorola -- Phtloo Tackle lluntlnu < ; 3 lilt Iliilli K. PR.cnifliiHOil Holden ]last Friday ann.,I Following I'LatH:

Sales] and Service Fga| h"lt'ntn.lItTnLlI..nI ( I |Istreht I Tiitru1 attended{ the Junior Class phi;]r
.* S.n'lC'fI On All Wakes Ollr KKnOSEJTFInteracrtlon : heat, air conditioning KEYSTONE" "
at Melrose High School.Mr. : STATE (SANK: SUPPI.1I0CSE[
21-10O I large corner lot, near
I and Mrs Dul
Harley N. Watson
(COLOR TV Keystone Heights 473-4007! pln.)'ground a nil Tuuci ', HardenbcrghI1ELOTEH Roy T1r.
spent the weekend! with he
.AVork Guaranteed-TV Rentals ,f Iliuirh. ( DRUG STORE
Keystone (IIctltlit' 47346.MAir \I parents Mr and Mrs. Vane; Rill Relate HOLIDAY INN:
iHEAVTY !SHOP\ S.E.McKay Realtor Howard in Winter Haven CoL John Il idlerREDFEARVS
_, '
Dr.> and Mis Thomas H On-Tne-Spot KEYSTONE:" : RARUER SHOP

Conditioners 1- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Berry of Terre Haute Ind Hotter SUPERIORBuTee
Phone 473-4816 spent the week in Atelrosi! BANK Huntley Redfrarn Sr.
10%;: Above Cost FOOD STOKE
Salon I (Continued on Page Ten I KEYSTONE
(Installation extra) FINANCING AI Watson. RESTAURANT

.AVnahrr. .Cultured: T-V Spa'Iallzing) In HESTAIIUANTSBeidler's Mrs. Alderman
Itcfl"'laeratnrs-- ItlitrountC AIJt. FORMS OK nr.t'Ti \' PRER U. S. COVERXMEN1ROOK : ( We Will Stock A Few flE"iDERS.o"i'S: : STANDARD RED &
i ('I'I.TrREI Holiday OX HUARINO AID!!
Used Car Which
WHEELER'SDiscount I "Hcarlne Loss Hope Tim I Roh Hendemon Rill I SealedRAY
Tinting -- Dyeing BleachingICutttntf Inn Restaurant lie Nought With NoDown
I Naturally: Curly Hair I Research"Write : Pa.Fment IMirrs CiTiESSER1'ICE: THE: !LAZY SUSAN:
StoreBrtw..n 1 Fine Fo.MI Molvrntrlv( PricedOPKN I
I |
,.. or Call
'Open 0 a.m. Tu 1II.m. 6 I Hn\ MelroMc.1 Eta Ken Reed
and lAW Week.
I : 7 nAYS \VEKKLYFtill :
:Melrose .t
Keystone(4U. After 3 By Appointment Only GainesviUeHearing
ft-2401\ MFMIOHR: Citrus Ave. Rear Co-op>> Dinners r..nC'h.- ly Pa>'ments HIIDDY) ,l CROSS KOADS FORD'S RED & WHITE* GRO.
Alit ('lutHullan Foals Aid Co. Orange heights. FU. :\1
Keystone heights 4734.530J.'nrnltllrp lrllM('. F1.&.
: I Black North of Red Light I S'i' N. Main O........\III.aIMS .,

: Goetzman Bros. & Applinncex: KKYaTONK; : HEIGHTS / .

: GarageREPAIR NEW AND USED: "{ M BM i HHH BBHMMHaBl l MI // We Haven't Got It' .- We'll Get It!

Furniture & Appliances ('SF-I) CARSHanks

IIwv21.AIM,_ PORTABLE Lawn Keystone Mawrr( WELDING**'-OalboordMotor Heights KEYSTONEHouse of Bargains Ruy and- 3-T Sell -Shop Trade General Insurance Agency .1 North Central Florida's Only Automobile eE. Super Market

Next to Drlvn-In. Theatre 3 Blocks. North of Light 1 Hivrsy 100. S ml. South KIRK c\ru.Tv ,, \ ALSO LOCATION. TO SERVE YOU IN GAINESVILLE AT J20S UNIVERSITY AVENUE
KINKITf: ))<4
of StnrkeI
Phone 473-310-1 Plate limed RI
I Keystone Heights,, 473-4786!
Phone 473-423.1
NltM & Sun 473-3183 KEYSTONE: lIFJGJrrS?




Cancer Program -

Well Under Way j

In i-----------------i ------- -----------
Bradford Co. .

The Cancer Education : IB4N1E]". ;: : JEJ E <>1"\T'WF& :
program i 11V'G: O ElXXVc.c::. :
Is well under In
way .
: PnIz sLIl> : .
; IrnIxlll aLl.
County according -.. I 1
to Mrs. M. A. Payne, Educa- I 1
tion Chairman of the Bradford I S100 ; $20

County Unit of the GAME GAME
American Cancer Society.
More and more people In 8.4 U.2
Bradford County are learning *
that eancer is not necessarilyfatal 1 1
-that Jf detected early.
half of all cancers could be / = i.. i

Worth It?" has been shownto I e.ST.AUGU5TlHe ONL.Y'. a.ST.AUGLlTlHe ONL.Y'.
the students of Bradford ; 1 1
Junior High and RJE High

showings. Dr. T. O. Ritch
spoke to the students about 0 0
smoking and its relationshipto
to bs! shown to studentsof : : WHOLE :

Friday.Bradford April High 23. School on : C CK STEAK : BLUEiiifsTEAiEF{ RI ROAST 0 TO 1 u,,

Other films aimed at alert.
ing younger pupils to the O
health liabilities of cigarette '
smoking are' being shown to BLUE ; BIDE BLUE
8th and 6th grade: student, '
throughout the county. RIEBON J RIBBON RIBBON
Cancer films have been \. .
shown to the Rotary and Clvl- .
tan Clubs and have been LB :. _
: LO
scheduled for PTA meetingsand j LB sIc

other civic organizations. ti "' '. C.
Anyone wishing to schedule a "
film may do so by contacting


,.1-,., Summer Fashions 0 ENGLISH CUT ROAST. ;:69c. BEEF POT ROAST. e e e e e .'.,,59c SHOULDER STEAKS. e e e e e .88C
Summer fashions from GROUND OR PIICU. .
Barksdale' Department Store (
__________ BONELESS BEEF STEW ';'69 .
of were shown members of the ------ --- ... .
Future Homemakers of America .
leyast 1 = I ,
of Bradford High
School recently. I IS. It o STURDY FlBRfCUASTV
The clothes: were shown by !II..... I 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON
t I

my employed Cordelia Barkedal.DCT student GREEN STAMPS I CROSS RIB ROAST...........!!89c p TRAYTABLES
.e l l FREE EXTRA .
1 FHA members duo .ponM>r. I I LEAN MEATY' .

and ed a presented Dr...-Up the Day achool Friday with : MERCHANTS\' GREEN STAMPS J BEEF SHORT RIBS............'>.29c. SAVE 45# LUSTRE CREME '

a different moUo to carryout WITH THIS: COUPON AND PURCHASE OP j LEAN MEATY' .
each day of the week J ANY BEEF ROAST. LBS OR OVER BEEF PLATE '
R STEW..,........*19'FARMER
Manners. Don't Be A School FT! BONELESS CHUCK CALIFORNIA, f Sl.fl .
Text Books and Lockers, Better B. IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU fCIIVI WITH you fVICHASF. 23 140 r. LIMIT-J
Personal Appearance and .. mmmimmmmmmm vdo Al It t, 4-15-65 a*mm mm mum um*wrOOO CRAY CAN WITH POOO .
Better Behavior la Halls and! 5 4cS ORDER
President Sue! Brice and fBiJjTHICK SOFT
FHA Member Marl. Oajkins BEEF, ONION S

were in charge of the pea.ket : BEEF & PEPPER i! ..11 ... ..a..i ;: DUCKLINGS........;<>39< : .
.. met ..

Col. McClane -B1691 : -. I FOOD PAIR O.l*.i M I Ii LPpM I| : ...........
Of Nat'l Guard 1 FAMILY SIZE TUBE 5 3'. ; ,

Officers Assoc.Col. .Ch.N..... ,-.... ,......) .---..-----VEAL,,..,_.... ...u-.s-----,!.STEAKS,...__..'_....' VELVEETA? .L;_..'11 8ge. REGULARII/SI2E!: BAR-B-Q. SAUCE- ;.....25 .

.. .. P.5.0. STAND c. II ill it i nil in MI ill i it in i tn it iiitlllll SAVE 204 SIOUX BEE -
Thomas K. McCIaneJr. TO COOK
of Gainesville was elected l PfILUa.DIVllflIO'; IIj------------I-.II.I SLICED BOLOGNA................53'CXTRA '
president of the National : EXCEDRIN TABLETS. HONEY.....................3 TAR 89

Guard Officers Association at SHRIMP : *-- --J ;j I FROZEN Plain, Onto* .r PumpcrniUI{ ..

the Jacksonville groups annual recently meeting, Col.In $ 99 : MERCHANTS. .t 10..1Gww.ww.GREEN STAMPS. :! SAVE 10< FRE-MAR PURE BOTTLE OP 100 77c BAGELS......."KOS.n...oP...u-.........31 $1' .
Is former countyagent "
McCIane a
of Bradford County and LBPKC : : QT. ALL .BANOUETfR01EN, .
la now manager of the Florida SHRIMP. .. MAYONNAISE .
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Oalnesville. .
French In StyleAt P .
BrookerJr. kAA 0 .
High SchoolThe .
8th Orade students of .
School! I I .
Brooker Junior High DETERGENT
shared some of their French .
study with the entire school 1 1TIa. .
last eek. The lunch department CHEEitOf.PK
staff. Mrs Edwards ,, ( .. L Panborn .
and Mrs. ParrUh under the .
direction of Mr. Sarah A .

Hunter prepared a French | FYNE-TBX l .
dinner featuring Boeuf a I.I Is .
I Mode (roast beef sweet. potatoes I .
white potatoes onion .
carrots. and celery) Run .
Meringue tAU (milk i. and .
Croquettes au Froma .
(cheese croquettes! .
At lunch. Mrs Tober's 8th .
grade students served ... waitresses : .
and waiters. They led \

the way to a table. provMed: $ : :
each pupil with a French I' : : : LUSCIOUS
menu and served the food CRANBERRY CUARAMTIf PUSH DAILYlXidy .First of the SeasonCANTALOUPES I PINE IIUT :

a Background scenic mural French of mu.le'l> : rrME.TAITE''ITRAME 0 Fair : FRESH FANCY -

hanging on the lunch department i,

provided wall a and Parisian cafe almos-table SAUCE.2:39tCREEN !!:: : : BRO C CO I I..,euNCH..,....29e : .

phere for the enjoyment oft: FRESH BAKED 8" SIZEPEACH .
the unusual meal. I FRESH FIRM RIPE

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Nooney. and Fox. Augustine and other points ot have a party. The public 1 Is Connecticut. was being followed by none stayed for a good long vIsit. It Is a breakfast such as this ford and Christine all of Broxton
back to his Ga. They are enjoying the
KEYSTONE The secretary was Instructed interest. She spent one dfky ata NOT Invited!-to the pal.ty.: I II Marie Lloyd of Ocala visited other than the county load Mr. and Mrs Charles that takes a man lived with sun and fishing. They take

I friends and relatives in Melrose superintendent, R. E. Jones. and daugriter, childhood days. Roy
to write letters to Sen. large Air Force Conference that is. Stfandberg
HIGHLIGHTS : Annie" and her family turns fishing with Roy so
I Johns and Rep. Huntley stat at Cape Kennedy, and returned COMMUNITY: CHURCH I and Windsor We gave this poor man the I Paulette of Jacksonville, came !I "Cousin know they are royally en-

ing that the department Is on to Fort Scott on April 1.EASTERN The Men's" Club Dinner will Archie Yeoman is home low down on the dangers that down to visit with Mr. and when he was a young with man.her you tertained! We lake dwellers

6:30 after brief In Bradfordl I exist on this road. Hope something C. C. Strandberg Sun- Mrs. Sayer brought
record as urging the passage( STAR be held at : p. m. Monday a stay Mrs I to take a lesson
would do good
I Continued from Page Eight j of the Oood Samaritan Bill [By Helen Egan Apr. 19, in the educations County Hospital. I good comes of this and day afternoon. After the nice i on this visit: her Robert youngest'E. from "Cousin Annie" she
one of those We willpeichauoc coming up at this session.A I building with Congressman D. I PTc. James H. Kahr from glad nothing bad did. shower we had, Charles got daughter:
being Fifty Masons and Eastern: Dowling. also of Aoiborse.: made each of the women who
not feel so wslcom.! :? Invitation will be. R. Matthews as guest speaker. Marine Air D.'t. in Jackson- I Leon Buckles and his nephew out on the dock and got two:
special Star Chapter) members enjoyed : daughter-in-law. Mrs. cmae down a "Georgia PokeBonnl't"
time. fclncevo walked Bastedo ol His topic will be "New legislation vllle spent the weekend! with ; Bucky Buckles came I nice bass to take home with ;I her
this next extended to Cam i a covered dish supper at I Robert Sayer of WI'ay Georgia to wear fishing and
affecting retired his mother, Mrs. Blaude Com from Palatka for them. His wife Louise, and''
per- a
with the door pilzel! Jacksonville to attend the I I over hair problems
away the Masonic Temple on Tuesday fish-I' and another daughter. what less we
And April Pool's day. yet1WOMAN'S held at the closeof i sons. Tickets are now on sale er. I ing trip wtthtOy his sister-in-law, Mrs. Paul I'
on party to be March 30. As has been son-in-law ana granddaughter would all have If we followed
: : CUB Mr. Bast at $1.50 each, and the public Mrs. Neda Wilkinson of Needless to say it was a suc Strandberg:, male:! a return I
the Fire College. Twelve)
the custom for th3 past twO Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lank"AMBULANCE[Continued On Page
Members of the Keystone I edo, for whom the Fire station years. every 5th Tuesday of a'' is invited to attend Mrs. Elmer Ocala has returned from a cess. They boated 22 bass- trip Monday morning.: Louise ,I

the first Howe's circle will be host.' visit with her daughter Mai several of them which went nearly met herself on the way
Heights Woman's Club111 was named. was month. a covered dish supper I
hold their April Business 'I fire chief of the volunteer department. will be held.Meirose Tickets may also be obtained I John McGee. In Greenville. B. over seven pound Roy took back to pick up her purse she -.

Meeting: on Tuesday. April 13 He also helped construct Masonic from AARP members call C., and Is a guest of her sister -; his oldest son Allan, and one had forgotten the night before

Lodit/ Mrs. Egan at 473-4748. 01,1 Mrs. Nell Roundtree I of his twin daughters, Jean, SERVICE
at :2 m. Special guests will the building
p. 4th
meets on the 2nd and : I
be Clay County Librarian, CIVIL DEFENSE: REPORTThe Robert Ferrell at 473-4439. Mrs. Ford; Hennaley: is 1 In'' fishing with him on Sacarday I, Talk about jealous -many PHONE 96&-2600
Tuesdays ol each month, and i
The general meeting of I Bradford :Hospital. Jeans I of folks be just that
County afternoon. This was you may
Fred ,Andrew Keystone Librarian following calls were I '
Keystone Heights Chapter 279 Funeral Home
Church Women was held first fishing tilp with her way over Roy Griffin. His DeWitt C. Jones
Helen Lawrence. Library made or assisted In by the' OES meets on the 1st and 3rd 'I Mrs B. E. Roundtree spent i
Board member Bee Cooper Clay County Rescue Units. In I Monday, Apr. 5, at 7:30: p. In. Saturday night and had a'I Daddy and she is so pleased ,, first cousin. Mrs. J B. Sayer
Tuesday nights. I Director
and Keystone School Librarian addition to regular training, with Mrs. Ayogendar Malllt ot birthday dinner with hebrother. over the results -she caught of Ambrose. Oa. came downto DeWitt C. Jones Registered l Funeral

Emma Kate Mansfield during March: i At the Apr. 20 chapter meet India as guest speaker. Bascom' Boular!!. 1 11'11 a great blar bream she told;' visit with Roy and his Stark, Fla.
i insr.! Past: Matrons and Patrons I Your reporter regrets the inaccurate .
National Library Week, which Jacksonville Sundlay. me. family. Monday morning, that -
Fire on Highway!! 21 : auto I will be honored. They report of the fcc I RENTAL SERVICES
starts April 23 and the Summer Miss Holden Saturday afternon Ernest I man got home-made Georgia
accident, highway 21; stand- are Beatrice Schiwder Ralph: cream social which was held Shelly daughter Hospital Bed Wheel l Chairs. CrutchesLearn "
Reading program for by for Special Services parachute .! I of Mr. and Mrs Clarence and Geneva Tanner of Staike i sausage syrup and
CI'awford Einestlne Elsenack-
.I' Apr. 7 instead of March 31, as
children will probably be dis jump (two' weekend] : er., J. Az7.1e Williams, Phvlll I previously reported. The Holden. appeared on Channel i came by on their way to Lake : --- -_- --

cussed. Mrs. Jack Haberstioli lost boy at Smith Lake; first C. Hutsey. H. Edward Hussej. Youth Oroupi. under the I 3. Wednesday program called Hutchison for the weekend. '-

and Mi"s. Herb Nelson will aid at FPOA meeting; moan Bertha Ward end Leamo: leadership of Mrs. J. MHle Mid-Week. She played the piano Jack talked him into going I

serve as hostesses./ with possible stroke -assisted I and was trite rv1ewed. fishing' with him and I talked
Ward. These all served In the Wrinkle and Hubert Ollphan :
Registration for the MayDay by J. W. Taylor coordinator Keystone Chapter. Instituted this social program/ Mrs. Frances Stephenson he* into taking "potluck'with I Cross

Is closed. ,, and Mrs. Mildred Worley attended us. We enjoy having I
Pageant now Duval Civil Defense County PMt Matrons and Patrons in order to contribute to the I
Everyone should keep this Inspector F. W. Tlsher of CD of fund. Florida Education Assoctatlon company on the spur of the I
otherchapters with
event In mind, which will beheld I auxiliary police, and other beth Himble, Edith Thorn- Easter morning worshIP I' In Jacksonvlll I moment who will.. fit in as I

on Saturday afternoon, law enforcement officers: qulst Lonlxe C Pt>1'l'Y. and services will be at 9 and 11., Much 17-19. I well as this couple. I

May I, Although it Is no new for use by Flaglrr JAtOBV-IIOIIENSTt-iN: : Miss Frankie Purvis of
oxygen Thomas :Plnlcy.: They are alii: a. m., Apr. 18. Sunday School I and
thing; In Keystone Heights. It Beach Fire Department: auto affiliated with the Keystone classes will be held as usual at'I Mrs. Juliana Jacoby, daiigh- ami and DOyle Curtis rt-I ,

has nt( been done recently,, accident, fire: first aid at Chapter 9:30.: Fourteen new member' ter of Mr and Mrs. J. V are planning to be

so it will be somewhat of an Clay Co-op annual meeting : AARP. CIIMTER NEWS I were Introduced to the cong, I Blade and Fritz Karl Hohen- soon Curtis is the only

innovation. to new-comers to four cases treated. none serious -I Mrs. Francis P. Egan COI'- resatlon at the1'' morning com i strtn' were married! [ Saturdaj', l of our neighbors Doyle I and

our town. Mrs. W. L. Reynolds : assisted Clay County deputy munlon service last Sunday. April 3. at 2 p. m. in the First Dorothy James. Dorothy, Mr.

Sr. Is in charge. For Information ; auto accident Highway i i spondinn/ ; secretary and PERSONALS: V I Baptist Church alt New Smy- Art Wheeler, and Mrs. Dick
I delegate ha returned from ,
concerning May ,214: man with possible stroke, i rna Beach Hllliard attended a lovely coffee car
the four-dav conference of the I Mrs. Chuck I Dot]
Day. call her at 473-4745. Highway 26; woman with i In' OarrtesvllW'' Tuesday::
Southeastern states In and her mother, Mfs. aertrude -
WilY :NOT: heart attack, Brooklyn Lake. Atlanta ,' mornIng. It'wm' given for
and :)
Oa. Arrioni? tne inspiring Chrlstoffers. were i In: a ( .
Have you seen the nice lit. Duilng the month. Director speakers on the program Tallahassee last weekend attending -I INDIAN BEACH Frankie by Mrs. James Wom- .

tie blue Volks! parked at Belote Ray Chance attended meet- was Dr. Andrus. founder and< the First Artnlveisai' ; eldurf. Mrs. Wheeler aunt of

Drugs< ? Ings in Jacksonville, Green president of the organization! fete of LeMoyne Art Oallerj the Broom poured during the

On Saturday afternoon, Cove Springs. Ralford State who urged the delegates to Dot, Is one of approximately: I I (Continued from Page Eight appointed' hour/*!. Ori Wednesday -

!May 1. the Keystone Heights Prison, and the Keystone Fire night at the home of
give "heiolc! service by doln! : 50 artists under contract tithe i house already eta nding there I
Lions club will give it awayto Dept concerning CD matter; Miss Edle Valentine In
Gallery had fourings biscuits'V
something for others and for paInt-I will be torn down when the
some lucky person. Are you also made special Inventory of i their communities."" In the showing. I Gainesville. Mrs. Wheeler was
new one is completed. Spring
Interested? Why not talk to I radiological Instruments Inspected will I'I'I I has various other palnttng hostess to a miscellaneous
I Mrs. Egan Rive; 'u full surely) brings lots of new
one of the Lions and get all 200 bed emergency!! report on the conference at I on display in public building. building projects here on the< I shower for the honored guest
the particulars! hospital; with Fedebral inspectors -! Miss Pur'vli' graduated from
the next! chapter meeting: 01April throughout Tallahassee.. ArtIsts lake fiont We all hav to Net ,
AUTO SUPERMARKET and awarded prices all the
8. The next Game Day from over courth'y'exhibited I ready for lots of com: ,>'Iny ant
OPENS FRIDAY I children for CD posters. I UnlvreMty of Florida and waS
win be held at 2 p. m. April paintings' in this I lots of fun. _. rr rrI
Have you registered yet for The Clay County Civil Defense 23: in St. Anne's Episcopal showing, which opened on! In Gainesville to attend this '
Mrs. Thelmu Bmnce has -
the wonderful $100 door prize I has rescue units available Church parish house. Sunday and will continue for; round of parties planned for I I
i to home no! that she; can
to be given to someone at the at Orange!! Park, Green OI.FINO NOTES a month. I I her She has returned 1 to :Miami ,
really retire I She jays she has
gala opening of the New Auto Cove Springs and Keystone who to make final preparations -
I The Keystone Heights Golf Mrs. Betty Myeily. been home only at short time, V-
Supermarket this weekend? Heights, day or night. by callIng for this happy occasion
Club men's came to Keystone recently
group sponsored i a and it is for the birds, but :II I
There are several places of Orange Park Police Dept t" Cuitls U with the' Navy and Is.
hilarious Fools from be''
All men and Washington D. C. to ( wonder if that Is really the
businesses where you, can register -I 264-9612; Sheriff's Office in women tournament/ 9 hole with her sister. Mrs. Emma animal she means!? You see stationed in Los Alamttos.
To make it easierto Green Cove, 284-3379: Calif.
01'1 event Newman, who had been
on March 31. It was quite so she wouldn't b* loney. lion'
remember where. Just thinkof Keystone Heights 473-4260. quite a joke from start to fin ill. has decided she likes Key- Bucky ought home a baby I Sunday afternoon we \kind' a I*
the three B's: The Bank, 473-4851. Any or all units are Jnrk
surprise visit from
stone Heights she
IsH. Men club winners were a lot and < squirrel for her to nurse' and -
Beldler's and Belote's [among available to Clay County citizens -I R. L. Walker. 61 John Bur and Mis. Newman are planning she has been baby-sitting Witt mother. Mis. Eunice Miller SEE'YOUR ICCAl AUTHORIZED \: .M.'=!,

many others].'There will be in any emergencyPPERSONALS I flni. 70: and Earl Voyles. 74 to occupy the Newman the dog and watc'hing their and his aunt. Mrs. Ruth/ : Miller
lots of other prizes, as well 'as; of Oatt.MvIll They had
I Lady winners Mrs. Alex Bro house on East Lakevlew Drive. unusual pair of ducks "Mr
free food and soft drinks On March 17, 18, and 10. come as far a* Hat nett Creekto
kat, 69; Mrs. Gordon Lee. 70; belonging; to Chuck and Do Fred McDuck and Mrs. DaIsy St.

What can you lone? Mis. Llbby Campbell: (.ml and Mrs. J. D. Henderson, 72. I II Newman.; Chuck is Mrs. New- Duck.' ThE'sc/ ducks!! make( dig' wild honeykutkle;. 'for as GREEN

FIRE DEPT. NEWS: daughter, Olnny. and Mrs I The! Ladles'' Play Day Wall I II man's son. quite a pair-Dallsv goes by some folks say wild azaleas

The Volunteer Fire Depart- Bill Baker and daughter, Carroll -"I April 1, with another April Mr. and Mr. Richard Morgan water and Fled !\TIes\ by LAND They were both exhausted _ _ :"- RADIO

ment met or, March 30 a week and son Edwin drove to Fools tournament, playing the I of Lone Beach Calif. arrived -for he cannot t: swim' rJoe'c) when they got here. *othey
eaily. due to the Fire College Montreal, N. C. to visit the I entire course with the choice Saturday evening at the anyone have a cure for a duck -- -- --""-
coming up the following week Montreal Anderson College. of one" club and a putter Lou home of their son Mr. and, that can't swim During omroiiKtit I .,,; -. = c. : ___ -

Chief Fox rep rtet the following Carroll and Oinny, both Sen- gross Mis Alex Brokas. Low Mi'*. Donald Morgan' to spcftd weather. Bntky: ) had to

calls during March: vacant lore this year at Kims were'' net, Mrs. E P. Menzen. a few weeks. wade that cold water to rescue -

property at rear of Beid- much Impressed, and: decided' The regular month.-y luncheon \ : Mr and Mrs. Charlie Mc- :' the duck from the lake. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

ler's Inn; two stand-bys at that this was where they will and meeting! wall held at1 3lave entertained' with an Informal He was neck deep! In water ,

airport for parachute jumps: go to college next year. I 1 I p. m at the home of Mii l party on Monday and did not know what to da I Ito __ ._ --

mission person at t Smith Mrs. Baker had taken heron David Parka on Lake Brooklyn eVening of last week' lollow- : help himself out of such a --z--r ===; -- : -. ::;..... : -- ---- _

Lake: fire at city dump fair- along on the off-chance Jity. log a Lions dinner meeting In dilemma. The Bunces are "
port) ; brush fire at Spring that there might be some ROOSTER C'I.UBThe Hawthorne. A group of his wondering If the oil is proaerly -,I I

Lake. snow. Fortunately there wail Keystone Hetsrht* Keystone supporters' accompanied -I coating his feathers or If
Tropical Pontiac Complete Beauty Strait's Bicycle Shop
The following ambulancecalls a lovely snowstorm while they Booster club meeting will beheld I him to the meeting you have any Idea!! what could Motors, Inc. Culture- Clrt.'

were reported t dining rere there, and the threelorldaborn Thursday. April 8, at and gathered at his home lit be wiong. They would like to o. TRIUMPH Inc. Tuition Budgeted HONDA MOTORCYCLES

March: Gloria Murrhee from children saw I r:30: p, m. in the !school cafe- tt'r. OuestInl'ludeod! Mr and know If you do. FIAT FREE: PLACEMENT:: !' Cushmaa A: Tess Scooter"

St Vincent's In Jacksonvlle snow for the first time! This orlum. All members are requested Mrs. R O. Win mans, !Mr. and The Harold Fosters came! HIU.MAtf a 8CNBEAMVOt.0 VS : TRUCK OMC mnTRPONTIAO I' Special Brmh-Up Course 1)ue&III3tA'ZS5d5Ppldoturcyclee8i

to Medical Center, Gaines- was the highlight' of their to be presentU'M.MGK vlrs. Joe Wlldt. Mr. and MYR down this weekend anticipatIng I [Central A Brrrlo
vllleMrs-: : Emma Newman W. trip! I ': : : SAlE I II George Ma.ssa! Mr. and Mrs, a rest and some fishing .. 8CHW1NN BICYCUS
I 70:: NW. Sth Av* CMlneavtll.
M. Terry, Betnard Slocomb. Mrs. Bill Few and her son !Members of the Keystone George Schaeffer, Tommy Tmaglne their surprise: and W* Specialize. In 3'23583Replicars: College Locksmith. & Safe Work
MI'II. Agnes Lawrence, and David, spent last weekend IIpllhtsVoman's Club have vlllllcan and Martin Ramos. llsicuest on finding their BALES it : :218 3. C:, tat l Gainesville .IS W. rntrmlty Are.UHEN .
Trained :1.thankU. -
Mrs. Romellne to Bradford with Mrs. Few's parents in deCided to hold a Rummage Jon McOlave Is a candidate brand< new boat had ben Factory 3T -410f

County Hospital: Mrs. J. W. to.swell. Oa. Mrs.! Few decld'dto Bale on Thursday and fOr' District Governor of DHrlct stolen from its mooring! We CLEAN U>EI> CARS Inc. r.."' '"'tI1. s,.."..

King to St. Vincent's, go by plane this time, 'I April 15, 18, In the Fl'ldaY'1 35-L, with elections to be I could like to !give n description tMl NIAIS: Imported Car SpecUU tr t'r\rutE') R

Chief Fox appointed:! the which was a treat for David once occupied by Western I lipid at the convention in I of said boot, nd If you 0.,01." 3'-4111 "!ERC5IEM.NE'.Z: ::

following men to obtain materials 811 It was his first time to fly. Autonext door to the present -; Tampa. next month. can sh<-d any light: on circumstances JEEP S .\I.F.\-KU'O: House of Carpets

for the Fire College: On Tuesday morning, location of Western Auto. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Reed that may lead to the "U.lne vllle'a Only CArp1I ,

Ownbey, Young, Mllllcan. March; 27 Mrs. Halle Whit- Donations are solicited!, and or the Lazy Susan have as'' recovery of this boat, they I'MDIl7 of I Wheel Drlt Sale Parts- .S<<,r_ I Specialty! & SPIn';)"

Mann, Donaldson 5<'haette1', more and daughter.<< Jean ippreclated! They will be happy I their. guests Mrs. Heed's sister would more than appreciate RA.MRLERPlnnit I 113 S r. Secon l St. Galn.svUle B luur.unv .M \r.rrC I'

R, Tyre, Bennett and D. Mor- drove to Imeson Airport to > to get; any Item of clothing.and md brother-in-law Mr. and It It li a blue 13 foot "Whitewan' A.mert. Economy CV8al TeL 373-1181 :MOtll'RV: T1M1NO

gan.The meet Mis. Whitmore's other household' Items you may i Mrs Richard Armstrong, and ? fiberglass molded lap- .. .and Srrtlc I Expert TastE:i.stloi IT'S TIME TO MOT

following members were laughter, Maj. Patricia Whit-. I; have which are reusable son and daughter of Wtieaton streaked design. It has a ,\inro SALVAGE SSI :>u, :Main\ -T!0-301: 3 Can

named as an entertainment more, of Fort Scott !Mo During llshes cooking utensils or I lU.: ; also their cousin. Ensign iillt-in live well. They had Ridgway Motor Co. C: lnH"n" GUNESVIU.EMayflower

committee for the coming MaJ. Whitmore's visit, whatever Doors will be open Ruth Ann McDougall., USN Just acquired It two weeks ago I Paul' Auto Salvage Inc.
1131 51 Main
year: D._ Morgan Mtllican. they enjoyed an outing to st. from 10 a. m.. till 5 p. m., on md a recent' graduate of Columbia fI. f- I and> had used It only one time :11\1'1: ; s.\ns; ,

both days, Presbyterian Hospital.! for' fl hlnjr.We Gliivi1., 311..31 We Buy Wreoked Cai At Call Collect 17S-SJJ

Should you need someone to I. School of Nursing. New 'ork'City. had a fortunate wreck TOP PRICES A. & J. Saw
I I B & .G Motors Co."VADULACOLflSMOItfll. PAINT: & ti.t.ssLiddell;I.I
art your things to the sale I out our way this week-If one AU ;Makes A Modrb Used i & Mower Co. I _

Everybody Likes"DriveIn" call on Mrs. John Bird. at I Mrs. Charles Richevd'on'and can call a wreck fortunate : -: Part

It 473-4709. Mrs.. Paul Qia
COMFORT[ BAGS I' expected to visit the F p. Friday! at noontime and as heamc Fll.e Selection of UM Car Find Any Part F.r Tow Chtii: Siw Glass Co.KYIM.E .
Banking I !SALES: A SrRVJCBRepair :
around curve,1
: '
FOR VETERAN'S: : IH'E a blind
Sgans on their return toSyracuse Taken On Oaritllaa Trade* I II t PUNTS!
hI head-on Oabwartlle )7 A: Part All Mike..
met with the <-4512
Members of St. Wllllam'sAlt..t from Mrs. QiaM- I SMI !If.Y.. 13"' RL 441 I ...,....
V'S'I' I'llhIr county low-bov Luckily It 441 N. PaM Stock Yard irately Triwtor1O21 GLalIrron: KIMIn OeFv
dedhatComfort I
Society, are rem\ man's new winter home ut PHONE 3T 7iULtoe : .. n.....
Bags are due at I I BoyntOn Beach. Mrs. Rloharcton had just unloaded a bulldozer: N K Klvd1.ln..Ytt. Tub Fnrtovnrr !Sheweme
Both drivers were observing .ln-Mercorr--Com.l ,
the next meeting. AVrlt 19'1, and the late Mr 01'1I Air Conditioning Healing Plorw" :377-!:M boonVlndirwi Avnfavit -
he 1Ipt"t'/t! limit, but the road USED CARSSales !
Many times patlenM! < are adnltted man were "kids' together' and Just' orV' 'a.i. ft..1! <:.1'....I W.sIPfl per Sinew.
to the Veterans Hosiltal ,, neighborIng playmates. back thhf was so narrow at this point AlItohorbM & Service ("ON1'1Tr.: ruomrcTsINSIST who have nothing li\ the'way' irlther man coulxt pull right I
teen-ypars. Mrs Egnn was Crane RUSS'S SHEET NW Sixteenth St. '
of -not evena *4nald. >erati.4F of pond.; on either THAT AIL TOUR
i equipment also Mis. Richardson's brld< !
T\\ Aba.'r toothbrush t Comfort bags I V side Mr. Voylea had only Lincolnercury ; METAL, INC. roNt R :.TC PRltJ'crOC I OAno."tI.z.r. 572.5131

are given to patients when mInor ,damages to his car but, I *RS: THE: BB3T FftWEdwards
K. A_
I.a rnlvcnily
I a i maioI' witness for our road PI.ATINC
dmllted. and solve/ the prob- Building /
0'I cause' out here The lowboy j GaineSville 372-4141 Bttac:
It'm These bags n<
nicely "
EnU>h r r*-VTrSED | .-. Supply Inc. Ocala Chrome
heir contents are furnished:: I Ito CARS Air Coaditlenlag. ,
the hospital by variousihllanthropic [Continued from Page Eight I 4- Sl< South Main ;;l "*. '"htS':;.''M4' Plating, Inc.

St. Wll- Sheet )leW V1SVWT4'TTT.V Y.Aii
groups, : I Isltlng friends Mrs Beny' Is CLOSE.OUT'PENCILS 0.1".0. S'1-sau \ CurpfT Wckrt! ChromnirnOdRiSum. !
!tam's Altar Society being one.
former\ teacher of Melros'eIlgh : \IuIN: m'l'r.IF.Johnlt Metal t FlnUhlPfCu. '
"Irs.- Lena. Clemens comfort School. DODGE': DRT 232)) NK.' ': ISth Terra .'(om BuffingANTIQIl.

bag chairman, reminds mem- DODGE TRUCKS I! \l>r..HVlIJ.KIa8t89 : .
Is Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jay ofViand n & Paris Inc. n.EAMN'0STIVER
tanking-by-Cur dexixned for the motor "
bars that bans are 14 in. long 1 nleParta.8.rvIc.Iendab1 BIM. S7U-S74H Manse
It's the streamlined \ ( ) ( are moving to OalnesIlle Ctvnol* LIne of \ im ***. COPPER
age MODERNay x 12 In. wide: They are made. l'...J t r
I to make their home !u'Tf} rL\"" Irxlujtru; ) Hard Chrome
to save/ tlhie and t trouble. Just drive up or f any substantial cotton ma- FIRST (GItAnE
RlcLte Roundtre 6f OalneX- Poole-Gable Motors Automatic Transmission! rrRnu.icafn.eetkkte.Fj nit .NF. InH A**. ScaLe:
to telLers 'window make tend For more information.
our 11 depositor
tills\\\ celebrated his 13th bIrthday One of oldest! manufacturer ,. I .,-- Dial &U'IIIT'"l'fwnITER.
withdrawal cash: a check transact' call her at 473-4927.: Ll' S. E. lit Av CalnftTUl.
FIREMEN TOEMON'STKVTE with four of his classmates in the PHONF 171-41 W. Rent Frrtllisrr. IL'I"f'I1dert'"
business and drive all ,
off. That's
your )( : SKILLS! I John Abbot Hank Business.: I City Automatic :r.4 ;VW ath AT", : .<:;
there is to it Iton't worry about parking -
Keystone Heights Volunteer Veaver. Bryan Blanchl. and FOR LEASE PH01E: J2-t47

lot"klnayour car or ANYTIII C:. like Ponzlo all of Oninr 6c each New Three Ri'. Transmission; Inc.
Firemen hold !
will a demonTtttlon n''''. Mn> Pit Hancock Typewriter
Try this convenient way of banking once of skills learned in v Ul>, and Sandy Oreyson of PI'RF. Oil. HI-R\KF.

. you'll use it always! their Florida Fire\ college' Irlroae.. They' had a cookout 70c daz. Station on t'R SOI:! A Fachang. I. \ mf:: \VER EXCHANGE

Course' thi, week The dcmon- Saturday nl ht and a birthday $4 half Near Farmers :Market All! Mule ant< Ifode! 8mtb.eor--AU".J1!
Inner Sunday given by his gr. No Experience N eeery Cherry' Dealer
KEYSTONE STATE BANK strAtton will bf in city park TRICKS CARS iifoit
aunt, Mrs. Nell RoifMtire Ps Id I
Friday night: starting at 7:30i :: TrainingAvullabia. 0aJn11'' '! PaJtI4natie"
Bradford Pit-Tested .
Mr. and Mrs A. J Faiitkner" CountyTELEGRAPH \. : Dysnocneter Addlrur: "f -tttnN. CilrofetortSAIJM
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height. Fla. la)\, The public 1 I. invited A of r Gainesville ere gnest ofMr low F\1,1Itf' TnfnrmetinnIS V _A4lress. For 1-'Set -"r.RVTC'ERrn'' A.L8

building will be burned and WORK Ct"\R."TJED-: DRESSE.-SUTTS---CO( 4T5 "
rite S 'VE TTMF ..
"Your Hank \. and Mrs. John "M- HutchInson lioi jmr t*.
Friendly In Your ) -
Friendly ctlnguUhed! by the use of Sr Lake TRAVIS MATIIIS BlTHiET; : PU\N MTERXITT: WEAZACCE.'OREES: i qtrv'nW'sita' with 'to* flr 't.41t ..

Community. water ehemicrtU. etc Following on Opal. P.O. HO imst.. r. 1409 S. Main : N Main St.. Otlx l.. 1l
Mr and Mrs. Joe William
tills the Firemen "U1 I JacksoasUIe, n... I CalnnrOto S7t-Sl 184 W CnlTerwty', OlnrrC Phone 37SSUI'I''mr.
have left for their home in


APRIL 8. : .... -_.. -
TKI.T'fllUPII: STAKKK.: ri-ORin\ r PtLFLEVE; ,

mate Refreshments will be| vlll Sunday ..tlen1OOn.b"Veaett 1 were visiting! Mr. and Mrs. O and Mrs. Townsend. are now of )tr8. Mae Nrbtt on Miiroh2H. j SEC: IS TM.. II JU I.Ill Kj All "f KiiM. pr,.ivr'y, ,) t>.. i.r U1
Lawtey, Fia.Christ "n.. whlrh mes.sed H. 'r. "nl.' snt'tt,, sri iTiiMi., ,.
MM < .1 .rtlflculvn
erved. I Godwin", wa released .- J. Anders Sunday living year round at their Those riillmjf lit the: afternoon j I William% Khali )Iu. rvili-inniftd. a<

The Baldwin: Jr. Sr. High I from Bradford County HtwpHal Mrs. Walter Martin of home on Kinu-slcy! Lake Mr.Townsend were S. M. :Molt on J. \1I..r ....,..t t>ri>i 1''irt! r*.'lnir In "..r.lln"", i'i 'I'tw' th" protitM" ilrrllmil lu<
Is heave. from the l'3a Tolfrtir, I lh.. "' of Urnilioril. Hit'" In mich fttrtif ieattj .>i
School PTA meeting: was held in Storks last Friday Starke and Miss< Phyllis Martin is at this time operating | of' Klorlilx. .'.'rI IfI..UtOIJ Will 1.. Will. tl.> til*.
Thursday! night of lost week.{ and admitted to .the University of Quito. Ecuador were Townsend Grocery in I'ennsyh'o.rHa.. :\1..... S. MMott I I Lnl'p. Pill h rwllfImtn nr cpI ** highest lilililor< al lbs .'.ourt

The AnswerDy Durlns the meeting U was' Hospital in Gainesville on Sunday dinner guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bract- "' and children joined her I (If lout, wit dull l b.. .redeemed' noi 10.."... dir. .... I ihr first Moinlity."
'itrilinif. t h. law I in i Iltiulifti' "'' d- In "iiionlh'' ii f MIIV; 15113 I whl.-li
voted that both Baldwin Jr. S..tlU'd1tv. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen. icy and daughters of JacksonI husband.. here from Orlnmlo .rrlruM, In niH'li! *..rtlU.'",,* .>* ,m. the .inl duly of' viay I'U.!'
Sr. High School and Mi[iunle !, Mrs. DoI'IN 'rth and! Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville vllle spent Sunday afternoon Also visiting Mrs. ?M.;>tt wtuoMrn. I '.orllflriili"III. .lie suit' ) in 1".1 listed i this 30tli Uuy uf' Mm- '"-li,

.tgnoa Jonas Klemeivtary. et'hboll.Grandma Welttianaen visited visited Mr. and Mra. A. D. with Mra. J. :M. Bradley and : ICntull Tllifhman nnd: i I i. huuxe h'lIh.rt' > liur I.l.t.I.'r in. I ho at firm tile. MomlitvIn ",.u' I II lallt\I bet. f.1

Rev. Charles Harvey cuntMn! thoir met't inIIa. The, Sunday afternoon with Mr. Dobbs and the Willie Dobtvii i i the J. L. BraJK'ys. daughter of Gomeavillo. "Mr., I infinih .rtf Mty, 19HA whl..** I' 1111. ., Uh )(., t>. C-!
nr&t Joint meetingwill beheld 1' and Mrs. J. D. Padgett and i family during the week I Everyone!: will be happy to and Mra. Ralph Mork.. Mr. !I !I. I th. Jrd tiny, <., Nl.y. IIHi.Imiml ,. (' ""k nt I'h', nil Court or ura Pastor ut Murrhlioulnh '.
First Baptist t Church I tlU :in day .unl)'. Klarlila
neatbool term Jn Sep now baby and J.mest1.1'11..: Mrs. C. E. Strickland of know that Johnny Scott ha j and :Mra. Charles Mock of I tilt. I 1.1 41 4/13

tember. i h&uiien. I Gainesville visited her sisters.:1 shown some improvement. I ValdOHtit O.I. and Mr. aiulMr I ,,,,,,H.)

- I I i The.Red and White football |I Mr. And :\i..... Roger North I Mra. Joyce Futch and Miss *. R. J. Walters of Dun; Clerk' ..I'. Olrrult M. M.,.'.,',<"rt lY. D nf. C'Urik. I -

Excuse Is an old business darkness rather than light.:'!I 1 game held Friilay night at end children: spent the weekend Elizabeth Terry Thursday' CYYVVVVVVYVvvvvvvvVVVBROOKER dee. I ford. County ." ..l'Id"
aa old as the human'race. The Man replk's.!' -Well. I don't I I the high o'hool l lwa* won by a tin Alma Ga. with Mr. i overnight. On' Friday Missi Airman Eennv D. It.iye, 4,1, 4 c l.3OK <

Bible reveals the first excuse understand the Bible." But I I score of 28-14 in fayor of the I and Mrs. Claude Water to i Teriy and Mrs. SIt ickland { brother of) Dotty Rubon, vl.ed ....- ?(OTIt'" ''' It't1'so'(

ever &1Ve1'\ as Adam saying to the truth la that all men can:; White celebrate the birthday of Mrs. were dinner guests of Mr. and here on Sntnnlay. lie hiH ViK... 'lilt I.\''I'".uiI'i'I5Si. I.:'. 5. \

Ood. "The woman whom thou understand that God so loved{I. Smith wan transfer! Waters. I Mr. HUKh Johnson and fam- RabonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa \gone on to Dudo City to visit NolliI I I. li>,ii>liy; itlvi-n. II''*,

gaYest to b3 with me, she gave I the world. He gave His onlY I: red Ltet Thnmdny from the| Mm. John North vl :;ied in I 1 lly in Jacksonville. While By Hilly: with friendS. aol l relative John l Ii.. T lists' lti. huMxr. '. of Ia.tohlowluis REPAIRS
oi the tree and :I dU. eat." to die for him." Man does there they called on Mrs. Carl) r.rtlflintM l.a. thudmull
me ]> Ed Fitoer lIOHpltlt Macclenny -) the Eli Fraser Memorial Hot thor, but will return lie,'. I poriiriiiitoii. for. l Is.' rt-i*, And the woman said. The'' not understand all aboutelectricIty1 to St. Vincent': Ho... pital In Macclenny last Tuesday Gardner Mrs. Tommy Hobbs,1 before loe:-!nir fur Waahtng-. to It. I.HUMI I..r... ..... The .'ertlCtrPa
!SOFTBALL' ) Tt11U.I: !: .
buulkied and I' and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dur niiititior tnt years i uI i
serpent me. but weus!* it. Do ton. D. C. and on to Turkeyfor
I I pital! in JackaonvlU*. with Mr. Carrie, fliers. tlmo I lummncp, lh. ..I..I'II". ..f (In
I Well. ooftbAll I* SCHOOL) JEWELRY:
Otn. 3:1]. 13. ham. Miss Terry went homeI '
eat. : we the honey beeknows
did .
suppose .
Kverett Godwin wa admitted .1 Mrs. Jeun Padgett, add Albert I a tour of duty vuth the I properly, soul th inkm M In
Silica that day billions of, all about the flowers? to Bradford Ifoa- Smith.Mrs.. I with Mrs. Strickland for an agaIn uul. BnMikvr la. im ex. U.S.! Air POIHMfaM -*. vrhu-l It was miimiwoil. are *i I DIAMONDS>> :
County ception.! Drunker Field ha follow:
excuses have been offered to Certainly not. It in because of I, pita I.!A SRorkc lat week. : John Wwtfrs and son overnight visit. I Jonnn DARM and your" I (C'eriifh.'utS, '. N. .5 S. of U- I. I 1) IIILCELETh
the sweet nectar In the beautiful ; I i Mr. and l'otri. Fran Crucei! I i;i.b4.'Nbu..lnac about every .
Gtxf but at to itUvatlon. man WittersviMttoil I "" "
Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy truly drove to Dudv City. Tnrpoit .- I
Mann. inotlier-ln-lawt
night. of the week with different ., ('" CHARMS. ETC.
blossom& / that atlsfie*. ; were In TaUn"asm-e Sunday > : H i I I* irli tlnii tif I'rnpi-rly n
utida without excuse; and an\ [: of Shuler Cox and former tai Mari-lenny'wltK t Mr. team of I Sprlnjt and CUnrwntT': !' .t NK liir of s '4 of MWI", .,.I
oovdience! anl faithfulness, There is a sweetness In the' visiting their at>n-ln.Ja.w and! player prac-: NKU lit M\VS linn W Xr. HI
to ic-honl teacher here and Mrs. A. Uheberjr. Hint weekend to sue. friend*
.stands without excuse. Christ of .Calvary, on. munt!I I'I wa al I .. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ginory '1I I I tlclng. There i* grout i Intrrciit !I it*.*,ii- 1''.., run M. xnit' \ tnrkt'. Ft.i.
:nan patient last week in fit. VIn-, Celebrating: U bl''th.tAY'' of J Duncan and here In BoltbuJI.( Tho womU'ateRm I t 1'14". relative We stayed overnltrht M i't. V' K Ui.i; ,-
family. i :
Why la it that man will not taste of this sweetness to find I', cent's Hospital in Jacksonville. Mrs. Roy Water uf Jacksonville .'I I !, with Mr. and Mr*. gee.: ii. T a ,H.4 sa :. 1"10'1's.
the divine nectar that nalaftcs V. L. Starling visited Ma, him also ben having ...... 'In wlili'h *i..i>. *ml JitltnVIIIUnm
accept Christ tus Saviour? The |i I Mr.. Claude Green wn*. able Mid Rd' \\'* *. at the f niece and J'll"phl'w. Mr. and I prfiotlre .......Ion.. Players from i iN.! U Roger In lad City \ I.n.: *. I
Bible that question in the longing of the human Inltt ., In
answers ht'Inii
Friday.lAthe All' .1 mild 1'.1 V
home of Mm. Water
to return to her home Sun-
1 I Mrs. Charles and neW Stiuk. Iliunpton. and Bi-oolc- I
heart. Yes) Christ is the an- th. (',..W" <., Krailfuirt Him. 20"And is
john 3:19.: this swer. ]day' from St. Vlneenf Ho- were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Water daughter Vicky Lynn in Lake i iI !i or ahouUr ,start tim real g-tm-I! MlM Mnllsnn, (taboO FIrtIa.. I FLORIDATUEATRE

the condemnatIon. that lightis pital in Jacknonvin where i t and children of !Baldwin.' City one day during the week ., en' pretty nofi.\'. We'll' haw: la bark, home after having I I rnl... .",'" ,',,.rilfli'iii I I..or. ir.
tito the world. and : I ilfli-Hl Khali' I li r'uI.euttd.i ii
come she wee a for the | Mr. and Mm. TlllI Robinsonand I I spent a nnwth' In Dado City .
patient pant 1 Hoc Randal Bradley! who more informntlon' on this later. ,i rnnlliiK." to lni. (lie mmitrty' rti "'
met loved darkness rather Ir..v..y..1 I three, w )ek'. i I II daUKht.r"or Luke City, has ben stationed In Cler- with. VTr. ant Mm. N. K llog- ;i niTilnt.l, In si.'lt. ) oiirilfliHl. *>r
than light because their deeda | '1 ,'.rllfl'iil... will b.. ."'I'l In thf 1
John Water >
I Mr. and Mm. Joseph! Garrl-1 Mr.I and Mra. I I xnany for about three years "-,, NKWM'! era NtfAiltoa to city 1'0ah..1 hltloiil blililor at 'h.. rnurlhuii '

were evil. For everyone that f 100II of Jtrkaonvllle vlfrtt! .U| and mon Mr. sad Mra. K' <1 Waters has finished his enlistment! II i: Tho .-11 ciua met liifltThuiiKluy to have her home. :' *., ilmir un. Hi. rlrMiI.: ,slits SIn -
docth evil hateth the lluht. I I here HvnrtuyxTternexwi with i and dl\u., .
night lilt tlio Community M. IVHI
neither coraeth to the Hunt ; l I"" aril '!lsV f y
,, Mr find :Mr. Claude Green. Dorothy Water and *on. Rojter. < I Randal.I 'I young insurance ageitt U fuInjr -
B, Mr*. A. C. Slade see :you back Center for It* regular Urtti-il (Ilil* 3i >l IV uf Muri'li
lest hts deed should be reproved. I rhonegS.111Hg.Ir i Mr.*. Joseph. Lucas spent Mrs. Minnie Noiunan of*i to' play donkey biinketbtill. 1141. : Thru Friday
I monthly meeting1. This. was I :
t. fJto& :
I ) ( P.M.
i I I weekend with her .ranilmoth-i' wo-Htprful aervlr$ wn Starke was calling on Mrs. V |!I the buys' project meeting hr'tl better Insure his loo first .l.i llvlllull. M Minulv.. n .*

When a man repents of sin ............&... er. Mr*,. Mary Monley while' held 1 Sunday morning; at :Maxvlll R. Reddish and Mrs. Elsie They dlM-mmi-d und ilerKlctl !Don't, you! think. II. D '.' rirrk if i'lri, <,iili, Vurl .I| Mrn.l Siilunliir t I 1:00: ) ) P.M.
and accepts Christ as personal I lurit. Co",nl I'r PliirlditMirKMOl '
Mr .
HVNU Ad* Brcrke wu in Jack1 1 D.iptl Church. Poor Bradley Mondiiy" afternoon I I what projeota they would I wxdunvtir .1: 'I i 41 ,I' h

Saviour at that instant he ( iucKF.5 HI! rrrji I IlIOnVI1l.) for th. weekend. flew members "went" up for Mrs. L. H. HJnote of Miami to di in the. meetings = :Sunday: 2OD: ) P.M.:
received pardon"' from the penalty Mr. SHda, visited! Is few with. I *' VI II' \'l'H 1'1 I
The JM.oU90hool', land:r Avory In baptism. Sxuxt.iv nhool l at. spending a days ': to MIme and which ones lush Notebook $'.tO at theI II | still TtIIKI'll

of sin which U eternal parent .re aponaonnx a j I St. VIncent. Ilorfpital trmbuirc was 109. The' young her sister Mrs. O. J. Phillips, houlil 1 !b. entered In thethraifforti I TP' FUN 'PH. I II H... ,Ill'.1 HI. .I.. M.Nntlftl I FridaySaturdaypril
death. Then follows peace In Friday with Mr*. Claude married men' ('w.limn the! and Danny, I In liorvhy Klvt-n hut. ,
mind. atut In heart. Thio rluckon supper Swturd y. Apr.I I County, Felt in %II.rI.3 I..K ,,rri, ii' i 1'1"" I John t I', Ml'**", I ll h.. Imlilcim, I i) 10)
Green' and AJIxrit! Smith. attemtnnc' banner. Jr. boy Mr. and Mrs. Loneo Austin I 9.
.". h <-
Start IH r\\ uII' fnilit/tnii prrllfli-ut *
10, from ft until 7:30: staring April :21. Ia.
means power' In ones life. Yes. pjn. p. I Cheryl Dover ; (
power to live a Oodly and m. at 4h* city hnll.! Ticket: Saturday and Sunday vUltlng E'.rr.nH'nINn'r.R4.HV: N.itl.Ill., lirri'liV a''lvrll.'' Ml..' .luu..I, tu I... .s.s.i..I, I 1I."n. Tho I
may be purx-hae from band Mr end Mra.. Johnny Dover. nero .%:'\ Mr. T .1 I Aldnrnmn., th>< h..ld..if I ,'..rll'h'I ''I* iinmltvr. .> mil yHrinf I JACK H HARRIS.. .
victorious life. Being born Into celebrated "her' third birth-Jay II i Friend' of Wayne li'oI\jlI"h hIS aunts. Mn. Ittle Dnrley .1 .> ,ii., t"llmvlimltl, | | >-.UI.. l"-ifllxl I..".."...., Hi. il...rriil| ''I li.,ii, ilI ... ,,.
vtitdent Adult $1 I. children> i Mr. anti l Mr. J. T. n....,., .1 .
the family of Ood by the I and Miss Plrui Presnolt' : niece iilil. ''vtifIs'sI.'a f", II !. I tile. propi'ily, "1Ih.\ nHiiiM III
spiritual birth. one rocelvrf SOc. Please. attend and help I Friday April 2. at the homeof will be l interested! to know he and nrpMr! and Mr*. cslrbrAlM their anniversary! ,|1.ii.>'il 1 ire .ii, I
her parent. HIM. recovered from his ivcentlinen .ril'l<-ni. iiiiiohiTi, ".1 *
I'r | : r a your fnllitwii' i iIVrliriKal
the band.
the assurance of salvation support at their hont Thiirxlny night . .. 1 I II. !
Mr J. D. (Jean Hlnun Bennett an:] children. |HIII'IM.' *i iii ii l **)i i iiHiun r N. U Veer ''il
$ radxett { .
which Is the deliverance from The Hakiwta l.lgh'\ School and his slate2r*. ElUabetiifI with a few surprise. jrncntn.Srupplnir propxrt'S mtcl, i'h.. mint.* In .."....... UU I McflJEENwIoiScniaM
'r !
and new baby. Tammie Roxnne. Pfclty Pftrrlnh uf Jckunvtll ,1,1' '''', I I' wan AMMiw-il. .r. 55 I tiowirlplliiii, *>f I'r'ipiTlr I I'H. I
'In to nndroffre
Hell forever. Athletic epartmn will hoM < enjoy take <
were able to leave, th. Unlvvmlty.. the!I IV-ddm. Mrs. Alice Austin Ii | ... lu NWS l nf Muu'I a. !hues.. In I Ii I
Thee victories b'lnir sour.'I It. Spring Dance FricUy spent |i who had been spending ocv- were Mr. and Mr*. C. : .....'tlrlo iii., Nn lit T".r <>fUxuniiiK | .e.l l UK I TH |se. nil' Kx: ltV I In1Vllllnni :.:
.j.jI [ Kd Fraiier'Memorial* HoplUIIn weekend her with her pitrv, ,' ; Mint I Not \ H,.1'| K...- U. TN ..
ed. why do not. all men accept April 9. In the irhnol gym I I t'ral weeks with her daughter 11 %William of IllKh HprliiK. I I'I
Gcleany |last Wedneitday" ellis Mr. and Mr. l 11. J. Hitrrtxh. |I..>m-rliilliin. .. .. if l-rnyrrly I t'nmnt II II K.Nairn .
Christ Jesus Christ'. I from 8 to 12. Muic will Mr and Mr. Bubby 'I .. ... .. .
I pm. Mra. Redding returned with INT VI.' ,.v IIIIIIV r.f UK flit* 1 In whMt "._ | 'lotir
and rettirn- their hum her .
that question: "They. love be furnlahed by the Check- end family.Mr. tier, son to her home.Kingsley of Alarhu-t Ken WI\lke"l .* WUlf IIIUIT nf KI.V: lulIul' "fNW A AnnlnXIMIm,>..
OnrI(1wtu..lon.I.> .. Je"lanc! J.1.l unit Mrs Dully Brdshnw (nalnmvllle and nf NK4<: Hun. K-.I.V; huh IN.* r'nunly" ..t Ilimlfiinl.,! M'uli'
1 in.l your to I Ii,ill. N lo, *V, tl.V:! (nti'l; 1 vI'' IOI.ui.I4, .
and nun vfotted the. sat .! Mr. and Mr*. HHUH almi enjoynl ,HI.V' I his 511' WI.V l"A,11 I full
C-en. Water*. daughter of I.yyyyyn..y.
of the week with Mr. and
a nix>it out Hnturdny
T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING Mr. and Mn.' Roy Water of Mr.. H. II. nradahuw of I Lake at Panning Spring 'In obserVance I

Jaekitonvlll, pent the weeV-' Jacknonvill. of anniversary r
end here with her grandmother Mr. and Mn Buddy Ira! '1- ..
Many m"n> .or. to two. nn. Thoto
Mrs. Dorothy Wuq.. hnw sod son .nil David Va r- I Cut
Mr .
F. M. orion
)(... Bill It btnon end nib attended alack oar races. lEilO'4At.M .5.-

ON CALL24HOURS daughter. of I ak* City upontThtireday In Jacksonville. ) Auturday night "b"ne USI01"t..YY9Y..y. ) Mr. ant. Mr. Jon Punish, Repair Bill

to Sunday with|I Mr*. Wtllhun Mvlnary... ire the proud pHirtnt of a
A DAY Mra. Dorothy Water .............
turned. to hw hcnri I lA J''* k- baby girl, burn tfaturdiiy withNatural
Mr. UUt Robtimon anddaughter
.onvill. last week after **IM- tllt'HCII NKWMSunday : morning at Ui. llradfurd.
IJAY-CAU.96..5:91. :: of Lake CMy andMr. I InC .ev.rwl l days' with her School 0:49: a. m I I County ll.wiital| in Stnrko ;hi

MTE-CALL 96''.$S91 Dorothy In Jacknorwtlle Wntera .with.pentFridey '..... ... Mr f and Mr. J C Morning Worship II ::01) a. m. Oran.lpllr..nla< are >fr, nod GasFor I

Nolaa.LAWTEY. Traffics Unh>n. 8:4: p. mBvrnlng Mr*, Lee TurrUh of !HiooUer II I

Mr. and Mn. Roy Water.I IdeM : Worth IP. 8:OO p. m .,I. \\'.' '* /sorry lo re,|port that -

ran. i"' "' ''''''''''VYYYY9TYTY YY91 MId .".ek' Prayer Service. Wednesday Mr*. heart Colnon. and aim. "
Mr. W B. Orlffl' Mr*. "rare free, "Irouble free" h.ntlnjr, rooking
T.I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING 7:30: ) p. m.Rev II' Mike, hnv inovrd front [ ( : I
flail Old"""' *. K.1Ir* .> 1'In..nand T. P'aYJ. pastor "Come, let llmokiir to KUirk, We hope .and waiter' heating there'll nothing( : llli

Diane GrWA and Angela us wjruhlp. tovi-ther thy like H there a.. well _* fin anti ItVi eronotnlral too. "'" Inntnnt It'* -

ifelrnvr day attended In Marclorusy Larry IMIprre onj-,, II, Lass WaarhardWl rr.RIIIOS.U.M w* Ilkml., having thnm here.K miff, (It'. cIwin and your nupply I.. alway) there. Sun., Mon. Tues.
Mr and Mrs W P. MrKlnney n Russ and iwuit of (laine April ilu, 12 13

GLASS That's Our Business Saturday of mat wj rk. i iRllta ..&AA.AA.A.4AA of Jackaanvlll! spent 8a turday vlll Ie. visIted l hit "Arl"ta. Mr OET; OUR( nun FKKK StIUVKY: AND: KSTIMATB; :
: CHd-len of JAck onville AA A 4.AA1
"If, Ifa ClaM We Have U" wills Mr, and Mr Cecil and Mr F.rnc11ft KIISH. Himcfciy His brava art never different
I Irtt for
&J| elh-week. ''CJITh )IE1.TING( Whitehead afternoon, STARKE NATURAL GAS

CALL WRITE or VISIT Mriirnnient. In K.)? Wt with, Woman's Society of | Mr and Mn. P O Conner Rlbart Mutt nn>l family of only diifersnt looking!
NAB. I CITY HALL PIIONK( 913 1-2351: : .
: FOR ANY CLASS; NEEDSHEA'S Christian Service met. at the hid a* wnckfnd cu***!. Mr Gainesville were dinner gitesis t
Mr and Mr. I U. H Orlfn horn of Mr I
George Robertson and Mrs. WlllUm Oliver ofJarkaonvUJe.
and Karen .ttcndMl the Ire Tueadar ftf lastwrk
ermlrnr .
Mow in JerkiMinvlU xently with the. president. Mr. Mr. and Mrs Oerald Orlffl

.r. (NOT INC.) Ernest WellhauMtn w.* bit Mae w Ua, prealdln Mr*.!I and eons of Camp BUmdln

to return home ""' .lay front Roberts and MU Knaa visited Mr. amt Mr*. Dun C.
"Formerly Jo* Peter* Claa' Co. Bradford County In Blanchard gate the devotional Richie' oT WlnUr haven,

We Design Modem Store Front Stark where he was a patient and the program was prenent Sunday afterndon. Th Itlchim JUST AR i'E1ID?

\1 Just Mail ITs A Pattern For l..rf week M by Mrs R. I R: I.,.. After .....,. weekend guests of

w" 1 -I. Tahle Tops Rev, William paator nfMaxvllle the> business session Mrs. Roto-1,I Mra. M.ry lament of mark

:J e Itpttt Chvrrh. vwtted erts and Mr. H C. Wainwrteht Mr and Mra W E.: Il6lllwavapnl

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Calnenvllle. Fla. Phone FR2..I35.1 Albert HrnttJl In Ht. Vincent served refreshment Saturday. evening with

'* Hospital in Jack"" BIRTHDAY OrWKHVA: >rr.Mr
Mf and Mr. Paul Mrng of ,
u ____, *. Bennett WllkUon fare1 I', mark*

a pert for her rnMuirtiter Mr end Mn A. R Selbertaprnt WV Id

Drbra Jo Napier' on hrth WntnMday ))3

birthday. fifteen children i I Ienjoyed i with Mr, and Mr. K M Nor : : / "'HONE BUT ..
title occasion. 'They ton and children I

PEOPLE LIKE TO BUY CARS listened to music from the I I I Mr, vied Mrs Lloyd!' Macy I THE' BRAVE

FOR LESS..WITH OUR HELP! record playvr played came visited Mrs K C I>iirr.wh __J// S .\: ;
and had a grand time! in ill. patIent at Grant :

Xeneral. The highlight wa Itaven IfcnplUI< In Jackaon-: FRANK
the birthday cat topped with VillaMr !l 1INATR1CLINTWALER:
candle* which they enjoyed and )frt Kay Millar and !

with other r1"tr..hMl'nb. children sp"nt Sunday .rt....

citrncii: " i>, noon with Mr and Mr*. C L. ""I"II I I:

.i..i Orac. MethotlUt: Sunday lib-key and son In Green Cove I /' -., .
: !
.1 .. "Rc-Hool" 1:45.: ; WotUitp" II am. Botmt I ,p _, OUtTSIDSln"l1o.BRAD

.. Bvtnln: worship 7:10; p Mr and "'re. Janrvr niack- '

m.; MY?. Wednesday" I p. m : shear and ions spoilt the CE1R'1tfl18tL
Prayer Circle Monday %. m. weekend at KJnoaiey Lake. Id IA.' MY KKSOM< .TrsuyMHASHll\ \ ]

PirM Baptlit Hunday Wayne and LoUUa Weeks of AX(L5 SHI WIT: )frnl.s' Mar HOWO: a OCl*

School It a. m Worship 11 a Green Cove Hprlnfa spent last I'C p'arM II'f:).....""AMIIN rIl''

1 m. TraIning 7pm.Bvnln 7 Sutiday\ afternoon with Handy S -"..tIoN/VfGI"iIP"'V.lllIW' I
LLt sea
: Wonhto pm. MUM p M4Av81ON MIOM WAAMCM sa ., :
IliilIilSilIIII 1
Prayer )Meettn Wednesday. "> :Mr Elmer BlfC aol Mrs. C 0 Ul II I

pm : Brotherhood. WMU Mary Shlpman had .. Sunday I.

YWA. RA and OA first and afternoon' Ir\! and Mr*. THIII IIAUTI'ULCOMPLETELY Wed. Thursday.

third Th ir-J-iTa: S p m. Sunday f: J Illi. 'dry of PatatkaMr '
bank bell Ol ..ndt'Mr. and Karen FINISHED NEWTONEY April 11. I 13TnrnSD..Y. :
One of the great advantages our officers Lloyd Macy : .

auto loans otter is the money that they ,*,* rich Saturday f p. spent Tu'trtay In Jkonvine -A '
m with Mn. N C. Du.*er. HOME
help you to eave on the over-all cost of a lor--.. W r Mr prnt t'tPwee.n4 Mr. and Mr*. W C Tawn- I ii:,IyI.rrff?: : 7

car! Our low bank rates and clear ttate- with Mf. and Mrl' end Jr. had a* weekend p 'f ,oJ .

ment of terms (eliminating any chance of W. r :Moor". J: and famJy gurat Mr and Mrs. W C START REALLY LIVING TODAY IN A PINE CUSTOM SUIT HOME t 1SI7HESECRET./. ;

extra costs)) can mean tavtng for you. In llitrmlemlMr*. John! Prrtln. pent test Townarnd.Mrs. V H Jr Appk-by of JaeknonviU of JaeK- ON YOU APPROVED LOT CALL& TONE HOME COLLECT THEY CAN :

in purchasing your next or "second" car. w..- with her .'wt. osry and' onvUW Beach .poon' Pillar. $BUILD YOU A FINE i IEDHOOM, HOME WITH OAK S' 50 INVASIDN"

fasnUjr In JackativL: Beach through Sunday with Son and PI' :
and SOONI 581
Choose your cat *.. us and FLOO.S AND TIE lATH fO. ONLY MQHTHMAIL .
Mr. Mrs. Jim Burton of Mra. J L. Srsdii<

JttkaonvtU weri visitIng. Mr )off and Mr C I Townamd ..

and Mrs. P. L. Dlnkin San- and arra/idaon. Larry Dn hn*. I 19 MOOILS TO CHOOSI MOM CALL 74-4070 .r 7444IS .

of Jaciuonvtna.rr.: Mildred ------- --- -- "-se .
day.Mr I THIS I .
*. Mae Wtlla was In Thompson *n4 Mr*. Br nda I WHuOll'? CIisri' PI.AASA R.jI.g.s I .

FLORIDA I Otrfui! .unite r afternoon Parker and ion. an of O.lner1U *- : iptins "' 'O''Af$ COUfON TODAY ..

whets ..>H vtoted her _'n- wire Sunday ,trur t* of HAMS _ ; TONEY" QUALITY .

'.w sri /latnhur Vfr. and Mr and Mr W C Town.wn4. .
"BANK AT_STARKEOne Mr. Heft p-.iCI1p< and kfiny. I Or I A DC*til. BUILDERS I 1ft C [cats.e'' .a Pt..iIIIIIi' .
: Mr aM Mrs. Bort-yn' Rosier. 1 )I. Warmi of J.<-kon-
I i' O. tO* 44 OClAMWArMAMOI :. ... :
Cn-t'_ _ PHON_ I to I 0 ".n..II.fs
and family of Palatk spent Vine spent Baturdary with the .
31 Bnk of the Florida National Group Sunday with Mr, and Mr J U Br JSfTt. .* I DO YOU OWN A LOt THSATnL. :
of -
James Raalrr La W C Town* ryl. Sr ha 5'I I SALISMIN WANTIOC ( .
I '-., I [ l f
Mr and Mrs Johnny Jro- retired from th. JartuonrUl* 1.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ____ ____ _ __se_ "'it y..t
kin Jr and family! and M.: P1)71cc Dpsrtnt'rst after mote
- and Mr*. Johnny JenkIns: 8r than :23 years of *errUMi S- -'- ""--4IMS





I I Saturday afternoon. She and r
her flince. Billy Ray Miller'
INDIAN BEACH also from Georgia brought I

i Mary's youngest sister Barbara i)1P

out to fish awhile and to
(Continued From Page Tenl I show the lake to Billy Ray.

This to be
her Id al I young couple plan
married April 18 at the homeof
Mrs. fajzy.alps: hns boon I
Mary's parents. Mr. and
In Jacksonville Beach with
Charles Schmitt of Starke.
her two lira nlsons.: Ronnie Mrs.! Edna Kinchen has Wnn-Dixi! Is tha ploc* to yo. .
and Jerry P'fbll'lI. while their been enjoying the of e r' I f y' MB; f You coo buy our specials oven if you VV Regardless of the sl/e family
mother went to Norfolk Va. / company don't have a $5. order and if you need y you arc buying for you ore sure to save
Commander Peebles was there her son Adllan Klnchen of 3 \. I] SE L .,d ST EYAf more than one of a special to feed a big u by shopping ot Winn-DNla.! Winn-Dixie has
Miami. who Is doing some l y family we are glad to bo able to help sr the low prices plus ii'-T Green Stomps
tot two weeks of school, and 1 ICK
There are no strings on our specials
work with Southern Bell Tele- r t 1 ,, you tave on your food purchases.
Cleon went up and: stayed + 1 only savings far you
phone In Jacksonville for two
with him while he was that

close homi I weeks. ., .
Miss Miry Schmitt of Well I guess I /got to GO. 1;(I ',:i ei; ?i.3 ;..::i acnuuetiisipnllti' :: : ? :: liiitII'! REGULAR 174. WHITE RUBBINGAlcohol
for we found a Go In a Coke 1ii i: !
'llJ 1
Rumswlrk. Oa. came out to ; :. !
: iici
Ali : !!
lid this week next :::
the lake home of her folks on you _r-
I time-have fua-. aI.a._ 10


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HEROINES: OF JERICIIO Coy Jefferson White were

The Heroines of Jericho, I held at 9 a. m. In Hastings at AspiriBE33

Court No. 18 will observe I Mt. Zion AME Church and 2 ?!
Palm Sunday at the Masonic p. m. at Greater Allen Chapel
Hall on Brownlpe! Street. The AME Chuch. Sunday April 4.
Masonic: family will be guests. Mr. White son of Julia and : o &. (!iii: REGULAR 49* BIG 60 SANDWICHCremes
the late Sherman White. wa: 3
The message will be deliveredby : :ilit!
Rev. Dammon Dell at 3 p. born Jan. 31. 1927 In Mari- -

m. The public Is Invited to anna and died at his home. q I 2:: 39 /.

attendMrs.. Leola Moirls, 914 Oak Street. Starke on J

reporter April I 1. The Smart Place to go Far Good Things to East! : _ /
TIGERS WIN TROPHY He attended the public _

Hats off to our baseball school In Marlanna and wasa QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,, ,, TROPI-CAL-LO ORANGE
team In Its first appearance graduate of Florida A&M PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 10TH

won the consolation trophy University Tallahassee receiving WINN.DINIESTORECINC.cO.YRIOgT. 1ee, .
last Saturday In Alachua at a B8 Degree in Agri- D i k HALF 2 9

A. L. Mrbane Invitational culture. He was employed by rio GAL.i. .
Baseball Tournament.! Truman the Board of Public Instruction -

Strong a pitcher got the first of St. Johns County at i.
home-run of the season. The Walter! E, Harris High School

Tigers came out on top of In Hastings for 8 years. le r
White Springs with a snore 8 He served In the Korean

to 5. Co-Captains Truman Conflict from Sept. 22. J950 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON HORMEL W.D Brand Close Trimmed Naturally Tender
Strong and Henry Danzy feel to Sept 22. 1952. $ 69

that th" winning of a trophy Mr. White was a member of I a_ Canned Ham 3cAN 2
will lead the Infant Tiger Greater Allen Chapel AME _
team to a very! successful Church Starke and an afflll- __
baseball! season. | ate! member of Mt. Zion AME

Our first homo game will be Church In Hastings
against Keller High School of He was married to Miss / r REGULAR 2/29 SCOTT WHITE OR ASSORTED

Macclcnny on April 9. Coach Maurice Jenkins daughter of Ron $
Bradley has brrn much Impressed Mr and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins Sr. Tissue 1O 1 .
with the performance of Starke. Dec. 25, 1954.

of the team thus far and Ills survivors Include a lying REGULAR 27< STOKELY FRUIT
looks forward to a winning wife. Mrs. Maurice J. **!
Cocktail 4 303 Corn W-D BRAND CHUCK
White of Starke
season. : a mother. B .
MUSIC FESTIVALS: Mrs. Julia White: four sisters

RESULTSThe Miss Irene White and Mrs. REGULAR 25* ASTOR R 4 8
RJE: High School Inez Speights of Marlanna. S 0 a st LB. I.
attended both the District Mrs Lily Forssette of Voux 2sv. Peas 5 303 Cant 1 .

Hall. N. J., Mrs Edith Thomasof 1
and Fiats, Vocal Music Festivals W- BRAND BEEF
The District Festival was Chicago 111.; two bVothers. REGULAR 2/39 STOKELY CS OR .

our held RJE The state High was School held at In White Curtis of White Marianna and; a Sherman. father- I I w. ic corn 6 303 Gant s1 Short Ribs' LB. 3 81

Lincoln High School In Talla in-law and:! mother-in-law Mr. r I I''

hassee. The chorus celved 1 and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins Sr. REGULAR 31. THRIFTY MAID GRAPEFRUIT

excellent! and; su.wrlor; ratings THUR8TON REGULAR 79 CHUB PACK GROUND
as follows: District Festival | ELEMENTARY I 1 J i ice 446Hi$1 -
Dolores Marks Soprano Solo 1 2 i i Mrs. Louisa. Brown, presl- ;: hl u .

[excellent!1. Regina Ellis So. i I dent of PTA and] your correspondent -+\ DOLE PINEAPPLE Stew LB. 6 91
piano, 2 (Excellent) Cynthia are asking all I REGULAR.39' S
0 0 0 o
members and friends to pleass 4i-ox. Can |
Sherman Alto Solo 1 (Superior Juice 3
.I j. Otis, chorus 1. fsuperlor attend the meeting Monday. REGULAR 89* CHUB PACK GROUND
). Mixed chorus 2 [Excellent I April 12, at 7 p. m. Please boon
!I. time. NEW .

STATE FESTIVAL Our May activities and clos- ;k&MAeans10 300 Can 1. Round. LB. 791.

Dclores Mark [Soprano Solon ing: program are a* follows: .
) J 2 (Excellent!J. Girls chorus May 12. May Activities program I
2 (Excellent! Mixed Chorus 2 Sunday May 23 W-D BRAND E.Z CARVE OVEN-READY[
[Excellent!I. 11 a. m.; Baccalaureate sermon ,
Tuna 4 No. Can 'l
The choral members were at Bbcneiser M. B. .
very pleased with their results Church Rev. Robinson pastor 1 Rib Roost LB. 8 8 I
and the interest shown by the : Tuesday.May 25. 7 p. m., I P 4 (
school. They are grateful to Class Night at the above
6 12.01, Dots. $1.
Mr. Anderson principal and I named church. Catsup: 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON GROUND

to the Music Committee for You are Invited to attend I i
making their trip possible. all activities. REGULAR 29t THRIFTY MAID PRUNE $ 95

., The chorus Is under the direction There are 13 students! graduating Plums 4No.2" ConIS1. Bee f 5 pIG.. i
of Mrs. Willie Mae this year We welcome t .
Randolph your helping us In our effort

(HIKCII' NEWS: -Mrs. 8. C. Price, teaching _
Living Oo-l. Regular services Celery 2 29' Perch LTARNOW 39J
will b! held Sunday starting' $lalks.
Sunday school( at 10:30.:
Morning service will be held ....
'! FH'TITKM'a ntstl.'i, \) un
at 11 ::30. Afternoon service! the Notlra In horehy irlvan Unit Beans 2 ibs 39'WASHINGTON COPELAND ALL PORK OR All BEEF
un4Nr.lgned< under the 49 DEBBIE RAISIN CREME
provlxlnna LITTLE
will be held t at 3 p. m. YTCWis <
of Chapter" S0.953 ,IMW 45
I. ; 'hr> 'iilcti to begin at 530.: of Florldn. Art. of I9H. will I STATE RED Sausage L. ?
N1- ,rvlce will be held at ppiHmer, with the. fltrli nf tinrireiilt I_-_ sEll Cakes. PKG. 3 9 if ) JACK
Oniirl In and for Iliprl, Apples 2 39 f
7:30.: ford {County Klorlilx, upon replpt I a ,b Biscuits 2 CANe 35e:
'1 h" puh'lc. \ Is Invited It attend <- of proof of ptihlIcntlon nf I _. .
thin nntlre. the flrHilnni CPACKER BARREL SHARPJU.ICn
a 8"lrlttml Singing p-o- nf WAY-HIDM nni'Ain.s nnn mini,>r I HI-ACRES FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE REGULAR 4?< CHOCOLATE CANDY (PLAIN)
gram at 8 p. m. featuring the which I nm encaKart. In \.1.. | 6-0%, Cheese ,rag .Tc, 57
nN. at lloute 1 BI,.. 0, 5 $1 OZ.Pk9 ,
Volres of Jerusalem, April 11. I FIa.. Mtiirko Morton Cons /vM5lO 3 95i C'-ARTER'' PORK LOIN SLICED INTO
Rev. Flex. Howard pastor. If W. ("..w.. Route t No.9. /
Regina Ellis reporter. St.rk.., Florida. ...1.) ""'n.... MORTON FROZEN SPAGHETTI OR Chops u. 59<
Greater Allen Ciapr| AME 'D+im this 14th day of Mrrh. : $ PALMETTO FARMS R.ady4o.Serv. Pinwnto
A. 1) I9H5 at .Btarka, Bradford Macaroni' 5 P8S k. 1. REGULAR 53, DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
Church. Services will begin I County Florida. S/J5 4tp' fIll Cheese cur 59 with Sunday school at 10 I SARA LEE FROZEN POUND COTTAGEsa
3 9 :
Q*. I
with Miss Fannie Boll Frazier *
In In Tfcp Clrrajlt (...... Ol ThottlKkth Cake 79 Cheese 29
rhargc. .
Morning service at ...
: JaiHrlnl ('....l. of Pkg. s. cur
11 with the Youth In charge Florida' I. Aa" fl. HradfnrdInmmtr. .
Miss Yvonne Robinson will be la Chuxrpry.fa.p .
!\ai IS4M.1ilanraa .
apeaker. Evening service 8
at II. Ulae, "PUIntlff. v*
p. m. The message will be delivered t.lllUn 1 Ulliahath. lIl.]! .., n.f,nd- MERI-DEAN FROZEN STRAWBerries -
by Rev. L. A. Sampson.'I ant. E TR

American Legion Post 314 : pou eMaa.paozaM : 5 10-oz. $1 1 1f

and Auxiliary will celebrate I I To'. reNldaiice Lillian EII.,la unknown., h.lh Olea.whoH : I ( Corn Muffins DIXIE PKGS. .
their 8th Annual
Banquet on I You are her.hy nntlflml thai :r: aooo Txau AP ILL, IOTM
Saturday April 10, at RJE, a ault In pqulty, In which I I IIP !!'Ih..n A' 'H'W'NH..... "..0EX.TRA.
High School from 7 relief anuicht la dlvon-a. ha.l
: p. m. un- '
flied agaln.t you by
til. Come dine and dance with Uei>rga II. Ql.... lit tha abnvpnamed .. EXTRA. EX.RA.J.'Il. f

us.CARNATION you. are aumtnonad Court and,. orderetl ranaa, and and .....GREENSTAMPS..___._ __ I I _(n.GREEN._ STAMPS___. I J>woo. GRIEN_ ____STAMPS__
SOCIALA required' to file your written I wo PM6' OMI 4LS. PH.. [ ONaa.0a.. JAD
SAVING CLUB answer or defaneaa to the com I 4.1 P....... PATIO' J I !>..* acorn
Club meeting was held Mon l plant. In ealil cauan In the of. 'u4 Enchilada Dinners MWV GrounTBeVfOOO ,g,. Peanut Butler
rice of the I flprk .
undPrilajnPfl ... ..- .
nrN THUU Al l ll torn : eaoc THRU PNIy "
day night at 8 p, m. at the of l Ida,ealil on\ or Court brfora at fll..k.,the. loth/. Flor day woo..YNNU...W.H.APRIL D.... cat, ., ,-..._Not *.. wan ...7IE
Recreation Center with our
of April. 196ft and to arrva a
president Mrs. Alma Jenkins enpy thprenf iin llotlla V
KnlitM. "...Inlue'. attorney TRA [ EXTRA
hostess. who,m> aildroMa l I. I I". O. Drawer, I .Ii''! .GREEN_STAMPS II I ,.AM..GREEN... STAMPS i
Is for
asking .
The president
K ,
I Mlnrke. Florida on or
of all members at the tliite, .. required by the. TWO p.a.. rnoi.M oat PM' .. tlEX.-RA.'
I.Irof Florida, sad Cut.. ofI'our' 4 Tun a* *. Ilea i II 4JJ4 COON.VIC'
19 at 8 CubSeaks
next meeting April If you fall an la do, a Fish Steaks
p. m. Each member will bi df'c' pro con'...... will be en OOD TMItU' A PHIL. tOTM' .ooo TMHU .p",. IOTHtCB _
ant ,5I. | .a in.t' you for the reliefdfinnndi1 .. ... __.wnr 145 .. .,. --0'. 11,
.. weighed by the president:: In the rnmplalnt.Thla .
the member losing the mist nnllc. nhe.ll be puhllehnl -
if.+ weight will win a prize onoa a week for four ioneecullve EX.-rRA. I EXTRA. r i IEXTIRJA
Only the president will" ",...k.. In llrndfnrd! County GREEN STAMPS Jw GREEN._STAMPS I! r Jw GREEN_ STAMPS
know each member's wr.-M.' Telegraph la. KIDS., colillitenplnMnr.'h ONB s-... ..... MO. '_ CANS a; .I CMI. ...0..THOP
Wltneea hand and thee H.MIMfl.Conned J 4,1 b.lBV "fVNNBSousaig I A CAaTvaCandy
A delicious my
Please be present. d4xg a/ 4 .
"Rio' anlil Court Mt Hlarka' Ham *
repast will be served.-Mrs. A. Florida.. thla M..rrh tl 1599 1 | eooo r mu APRIL, io-r eons TH*.U \*...l bra OOB mew AP.l.. ,-
Jenkins president Mrs. B. J. J4-IIMTIT ("' )IIHT K'" A I.) OT ...W'__" 143 .. ...--,.,. ds L .. ...-...... "4e
Brown, l'epo'ter.I..un I'harlea A. Derby i
Clerk of anld, 1..11. <*nurt
TO REST :ties 41 4It,
Funeral aorvlceg! for Mr. Mc-

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