Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 15, 1965
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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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Free Fish Fry To Open Fair At Noon Wednesday


Bradford; County's 15th an- vited to attend !this annual opening Udoor of !the Fair Matthews will be on hand to Country Club starting at 10 :24 Entrlos': are welcome from Florida !National Qunrd will we pon<. and Special Ford
nual Fair and Strawberry Fes- event. Livestock judging will take crown the 1963 Strawberry p. m.. sponsored by the SUike Untdroid. Union Clay aiv.1 be presented on the final Fair equipment
tival will have Its traditional Commissioner of Agriculture place at. 3 p. m. Wednesdayand Queen after the contest finals Clvltan Club other nearby countUwA day. Sundiiv. Apr 26/ starting Thursdny. Apr. 33 from 13
kick-off at noon Wednesday. Doyle Conner will be the featured the Bradford Hiith School which start at. 8 p. m. Friday. Hone. Frolics TWit Show will be staged at 3::30 p. m.. The demonstration noon to 6 p. m., has beendPIIIln"t..d
Apr. 21, when the Starke Rotary speaker! and following Band will present a free con- Apr. 23. Content preliminarieswill Races of various typos will nt. 7:30: p m Saturday will bi opvntsl by light an! colored school
Club plays host to Its the fish fry. Miss Jane. Adams cert at 7:30: p. m. begin at 3 p. m. at the be featured during a Horse with entries In elementary alrciaft flying over while lay- children's day at the fair.

annual Rural-Urban Day free National Strawberry Queen Queen Content Fairgrounds. The annual Frolics stated by the Union senior. and adult dhNloiuCin.iril \ In'1\ a stroke m-recn! There! White school day will be Friday -
fish Iry. The public Is lain will cut the ribbon officially Congressman D. R. (IBlllyl) Strawberry Queens Ball will County Riding Club from 3:30: : DenionotraliunA will bp n display of uniforms Apr 23 from 9 ..m, to 9

be held at the Starke Oolf St to 4-30: ( p m Saturday' Apr domnnnlratlon bv the p m ___
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I Race Track Division .

a 'r; 'I I I 50-50 Split AnnouncedIn

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t Sen. Johns Rep. Thomas Make
First In Three Years Federal AidSchools
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Joint Announcement

Big Still SmashedHenry ..,, Sea: (Charley K.: John and Ken., A. J. Thoma!!, Jr.

May i \ iinnmincni today that they would Introduce ''pgi"taUon'III'IIlIntf

J. HnidiWtl County' Itm-e Track FnmU: In thefolliminir

llenton Belcher about Claude J. Vent enforcement I been In operation about s'x' manner: era This. in being; don In re-
3O. was arrested Tuesday agent with the State Bvr- wek. H* 1 11 being' held In Get \ ,,>it..' 1'11. money. would first bedivided I lluni'n the CommiHston-
morning near his horn on i iPK $88,000 upon|
I age Department said the still the Bradford equally| with tM) per
; 100. 2', miles south otl)! County jail ut I er's. rvxiiliitlon. that from its
was located about 200 yard. wit, going tll< tint. School'
der MOO bond.
shine. It will pity" 'II.OO.n\ >
Starke with
charged |pt"-I'i from highway 100. and about Veal said that Bradford llniird and .*U per cent tn Hisllniild
Non of Illegal distillery Bradford County schools will/ receive to nunlly to the Hrftdfont County
199 fret from the back door UI| a maximum of County CunuulsslonBids -
County had been "clean" of OOO' .
Association $10 .nI -
mash I. of Belcher home. H* said the moonshine of $88,464 in Federal aid for the 19/-/.1<;:) ; term '
The raid was made, by theradtorl oprstlons "one I nu'illy to the Bradford County
operation was In .a fairly open of the cleanest in the state" under the historic Elementary: and Secondary Aid to itovelopment, Authifrity.
County Sheriffsleparlment i location with myrtle buh.I ..- Education: Hill signed last l weekend by President
In the two three ,
past or years and up to SlII.OIIO( against the
assisted State
by I some of them recently trans and Johnson. Supt. Tom Casey announced yesterday.The LII .
and Federal. aK<"> s. It was pointed out that Belcher Too High siinual operating( the first moonshine arrest In plantf'dprovldln&. the only i w.. "a newcomer." allocation Is baaed on llrndrortl, "' County hospital"
screen.Belcher Also assisting In the raid a 1060 census and provides! / Pirvloiisly, Bradford 1 Coun-
Bradford County In' almost belonging to families In that
three yearn.Destroyed. who was originally WAR Donald H. Smith of the aid for students between five low Income group, according I On AdditionsTo t IVH Hue Truck Funds. wee
from .Virginia and mOWN and IT of who
Alcohol years age are
at the sits were there At Tobacco Division to information...,. lecrlvrdj I l pull, the brat :1.0410: to the
about three month ago of the In from families with Incomes of
terns I Revenu Sir.By the nest
two fWO-irnllon tlll and from the State l>oop.l"tm..nt'of lair ,
pots !
from Tampa said the still hail. vie. less than 13.000 per 't'ar.i ,.. ..
4o gallons Of live mash. Educa'ioik.No: IIO.IMHI to this l v loptnntC
I i Shrine Club Benefit FairgroundsOnly
Bradford County Is being allocated I Stages ugnmhelm.. with the' rmainilnr -'
specific date.!' has been
funds for 4M studentsEaster
art 'for receiving the funds but \\', J. I bold| |. .I r., |president. ., uf the( lurks. hl.rln.'lilt.., |>rt- I tllstrlbiitwl' ft3\ per cent to

Annexation the House Bill\ for the moneycafe MnU ilimk for $IOO lu Treason. t': \\', lures, nt iM-iirflt. iiy- two bids were r..ct'lvt'L1. the Schools. end 41 pr cent

Sunrise I for $39.000.000 to bo Mir "I'I..r| | In lli. 'IIIIH i-ufrli-iU. 1".1. t Hiiliiriluy. .. nlglit.l I rlglill / by the Bradford. County/ .FaitAsiMHUllou .. to the County Commls...lonr*.

spent In the fiscal year running Is l Service At 6 A. M. from July 1 I. IlItI 1 < to :Mr. llvlrn llrowil .., Klnculry lak.. In iM-lutlf of III" (Shrine"a of Improvement, up li.> iswo/ to cover Itaolter.nUVC

Waldo June' 10. I960. Hupt. Casey I C'rll'l.I..1 t'hiklriw's Ito..$.itnl .l t rn\. III.i. S. ('. and siUllllous tu time livestock, | deficit .arh yr 1.I
To Offer The annual Caster Sunrise ''r I I buildup\ at. the ratrgruuihls. 1& roes *"tryIt&t.. the diet ribu-
said.Nor ...... IJI. 1I1f11..Z ""sal -
rf to
.- Service! sponsored by the does the bill earmiiik 'I i lest. Construction\ o "fIpo.
1 Starke Ministerial Association any of the funds and federal. I fteystou llelHhts war apparent l year Ih* hospital '"had *..n
will be held at 1 a. m. Sunday control Is specifically pro Inconclusive On I ,low bidder' at ll'OSUO:! fol sliotted.,! *I.1.INJ. for capital
Report Airport
morning !In !the City Park en hibited' by Its wording. Only the (10( bY !IW ft. bu lid. IIIii', cuuu outlay. .
Jr. Church Street" restriction placed on the, pine with ten horse stale t \ andA For I the year !M.1-: ... the

College. Site All protestant churches of fund, according to Casey 1 is'' B & E Made To Council stow rlnti with seating. cap iilinly Hue, Track Funds on..1.r -
Starke are!' participating In that It cannot bit spent on I Keystone achy. ut 400 'f1'1"' ."* bid wee' the .previous. formula wr
the Joint services, and the spectator sports or religious I, with ullfinaU's.. which would distributed" I.1.04W: lo the fair.
A strong' bid for location of I Bradford County High School worship Instructor lofr the cuss by .several! tuindnd AxMieliitlnn. lio.noo/ to theUeveinn.nuent
a proponed new AU- college Edwin: W Peck has I will provide the mulc Rev, to''I PollowliiK a meeting of 'the property waa Uiri'd III the ilollnrs. If accepted Com m I Mlon.II2O4AII .
I chua- radrord County junior college on property just offered to donate property for Polder" I. Rowan of the Mad- Funds" will be allocated<< Keystone llrlvhts City Conrrll" "" ) 'Keystone' Fire D"i"ifluent l Only other, bid was front : t t.. t the Mfhools, end
north of Waldo on U.. S. 301 was made each stsU on the bails of I Ineed .
Monday night this north of Oalnea- Tuesday night Clay County uulkllnJ Ct.m-
purpose iron Street BaptUt Church ( Unit' "Ks' [ 'iuililp uf trfik City lUM.fVftO to Ihe| County
at the regular meeting of the Waldo City Council. vtlle Smith of and according to the W It sukl IK eddtHl "AndY I IPiak.
j and Poter Shi will speak on the aublect "A INput Harvey 'I'll report I llliout alteinatrs... at. 123.700: nilsMlmior,
a unanimously adopted I. atarke. In cooperation with Look at. The Resurrection' relative cost-of-llvlng In each would contract: Starling': had. i un) litvoratory, itihlslpusnrsslon 1ho low. bid. wa. not foiniuly .. Th. Mtnt" ('..mptrollerlire 's of-
revolution, the Council moved Alachua and Bradford County Rayonler Inc offered" a 100- The public U Invited to attend slats For Instance .Florida' Is I Brothers. of Oialism awn' """ which h* sUl il! | scrrptrd, 1 .t It was several! reports that Rac Track
to hare 1U attorney preparean : that would provide studentsfor acre tract In Bradford Countyon this service and each bring alkw and fund.* on the time. next. week slid are shut, Moody gave him. and. wllkll' th0051....l dollar higher then' fund. cn11e.titfur/ Bradford

ordinance annexing<; a 120- the college.Suggested U, 8. 101 directly across Is asked to bring M* balls of 1104 per child.. Mississippi course they. wanted to pursue cum out of, tlio. Hkyrl' | liulldi : th" .Pair A. H'utlon had. Oniinty, through April of the
acre tract of land adjoining I that the new the highway: from the Banta person chair sine no provision. 1121. and New York In tire matter of materials reported I|i uhf li,uk t4ts that Ire *.n..1 I IHlrhaid hop ij 1 tu rcrlv. 1"1.-|| : year amount to
the city on the north and agreeinc own I3S3. An rumple of the different from the Illd WllllaiiM MHil., Meekly' I .
Institution be named The P* Rlvw Tower has been made for seating stste' mltslnii I "Till figure would! sew U11)INN). Thl. reprsnt. an
to provide the proposed Santa Fe River Junior College. The Bradford County School: In the routs In each Keystone Airport Hkytrl movrd, all the plumlilntf and knvff. "in sufficient\ iiiiitchlniitn.inry i mi-r..*s* of $::111 Otto\ over the
Institution with all necessary Recommended that the I. Board however" subsequently' The final service Casey said la that a particular building. whlcli tire Htarllrg. rlrclrlf flxtiam. boon" sail. e / for thn KM: ; hlll1llllla Int.O. for IM.1H4llnd : \ .
water at the elt,'. cost old OalnevUl post office endorsed l location of the proposed Holy Week series will be held Instructor mluhl be hired l purchased from the city .several 1 building attar, th. City had whlih we are planning Jollllly ,I "." the nw l glsltlnnIn ,<

of manufacturing and delivery building be designated a* part college" In Alachua at noon Friday In the first for t4 000 In Mississippi. but monttia gu for 41,000.Itarvey I I "Mild suld. 1 Uillldinu'' The pia'. with nvll Heffnm.." I' J. No- tiwoni effsetlv, Oct 1,

of the junior college facilities County, which mould have the Methodist Church: a person of the .same inadit: Hti Incoitcluslv -' nod. two Uvoiatollrs. wetri, yak Pair inaimiier, sulil, "Wi- |liMit/ nod, ImMnl upset a ttgur
Property owner hare agreed the effect of removing the have to be paid twice report. on th" alleged stored III Kry.teata. llelsht"Mr
for use In the adult education will have to do< none' rultlrwornrlir (if inilOINI. 1350011/ would go
to donate approximately 100 program. Bradford County sit* from Starke Gets that much In Now York because I1AK Tu..Ml.iy nUlit. statin' '* l>*i>"rtmrnt Ijiillding. Dire I' In KlilT. to 411 to I Ih* Ndus.le" l and I iO&O 0)
errs of the ilte to the City consideration expense. or cost-of-llv- h. hail dirricuUy In obtaliilnu litvoratnry was taken tu Ao
j both ('omml..4Io".re
Copies of the latter resolution Tax ; prolrt'ts lit th* County
and It >Is proposed to obtain E. Johns $6,253 lng la higher llon. "I the un.'
i were ordered sent to the Both Ben Charley I any cotwietc lufoi in" dy'\ 'ttontf tills wan MM- Pair group bad hoed IC..nunuect l On Pag Twol
the remaining 20 acres I Legislative delegation of both and Rep. A J Thomas Jr On Cigarettes In specifically prohibiting moneys. ; could, get plenty of people. t through negotiations or con I counties School Boards of /have fxpreswd a desire -If the ,) federal controls of the i ilection say what they had heard but : Andy states the other, tfilngn, ihiliv. ..4to<.k biillillni' work
demnation. The tract lies Just\ both counties.' School Super', I college could not be located\ In The City of Starke received' 1104 of the Hous Hill very little what they. actually | were slorvil, In puiiil Imus at whli M would, (leave .uf riclentfund'
north of the present Waldo Intendents of both counties., Bradford Countto have It $4.333 67 In cigarette' ta. collection reads' knew tlwt deputy sulil. the Air .Park. Mr Mi *ly **. on hand tot the .nc Berries Gain
city limit and la on the westside I the Alachua-Brsdford County located a* close to the county for the month of Feb- 'II' 'Nothing contained In this | The report as submitted bv | mipiHMMxl to bH the only on* I bull. line

of U. 8. 301. Junior College Advisory Committee line as possible .j I rusry Art shall b* construed to. lUrvry and! read by Clerk J'.vlinker. with. the key. tu call. pump IhUll" |
In another resolution, adopted of I I' In reported author any department 'former City
I the Florida State D. Rep Ralph Turlington Other town the area 114ld that I Tally Spotlight
]later In the meeting, and Alachua County has already collections .. follows ..fnc)'. officer or employee of Huprrvlsor fliMtrr Xl.xxlva Klchard! WlllUms stated. >nhelped Berry Sales
of Education
the Waldo council: the State Superintendent of I Introduced a bill at this session 1 Brooker. $19353.: : ; Hampton the United Htsles to turret. ** '' .. .1.1I 1 1I

.Point t out that' Waldo ls Public Instruction. of the State Legislatureauthorial" moo.; Keystone Height any direction supervision. or and po.slt>ly OW'lIeht I move, plumblnv from Mkytsll Total $51,300During Ura..r..rd. County strawber-.
extremely: .*;U &&oeatrdby The Waldo property *II1 be: establishment of I 11,14337 Laatey." |41!' 13I control over tlw, curriculum' fixture from the bullil- I buitdlng( nor> of the persons!! ft..slned| | the spotlight In

clone proximity to town in the fourth slU to be offered I the college" to serve the two I I Penney Farm. tM 37 Waldo program of Instruction administration Ins lie "*,d! this: wa rrrnnv I I that siibinlttml l hid l
for the proposed new junior counties ( I3'4O3; Lake Butler 41.l or personnel of ..1 before tire City advertised. building stated 1.11 plumbumnd 1P1I..I..tnra| and stat officialswrrr
I ,CtmU",.M. On Pat. Twol 3JH04 :IContlnurd On Ps ... Twol the. biilldlns- for .Ir! emu the. elwtrlc fixtures were In trow' m r.nlis..
said' bo.lldl"1th.* day before! from llw' a.ri.r 2nyw: ,. ,1..1. lusrtiiiui. fruit

Starke Rotary ClubRLTILU.URBAN I Help Promised In Next Budget U,. bl-ls' worn let in Keystone said nf trsrrn. at. the /Mfarlosrin The presentation was mad
H'tvhls H* Inspwtrd *.- ..r M.itkrt during tn.!'" by Mtrwnrry Queen Jan.

building before submitting' week. Apr I'll. The piritiign Ad.."... on "behalf' of the Bradford *

DAY bid .w. .. fnxit tt frl t,) "II wVoliirno County IJrvelopment
I IContlnurd/ t on Page Two I U wtfKlling. ,. WIN>'" Authority
No Available For Police Raise
Money Pay rnnn'l atM1flaU' Pint box*.* of brrrles wr

Free Fish Fry M..y. .. 0....". ..... 0"1\, I\ presented l lo each member of
:t.:nl" Wednertey W..ln the I.gtslure" and cabinet
1 know you hat to face :year be ..aus of the low salar- The council however backed down to fin patrolmen, besides Well. I know that. but Sales TaxCollections I ,prk'ee ranged frmnNfi.k 'I rmhl'ra. Including the Oov-
the boy*. but we cant give Irs" H* met with the council : up Its woman member himself\ then. :Mr Johns alartrd to reply t.11o .armor each received a flat 112
12 NOON them something w* haven't at their last regular meeting Mr*. Ruby Johns when she Ro* er repeated" his stand 'If you think IICI. then 1 tot I in. fr this ......Ift 'he',1 plnUIl

got We can only promise to I Tuesday.\ April 0. and accused promised. Rouer" that a "real that I a polkvman should. b* trsnsfrr\ som linnl I from >nHlitet Up .. ),r u..t. .ham hmdted I Hen"' Charley r: John, and

do something at the next bud the board of taking no actionon study' of the Police Department paid more than a common I O-porliiioul amid, a"see 1:'""'-' fUr, wklh ro'iir'igrawvr ', to l ",p. A. J Thomas Jr. both
Wrdn *day. April 2bt I The mad when theboard laborer the. Street 15.partI If do fir' ,
let.1 City Council Chalnasn hla prior roquoat. will be In they can inn of 1'tsd,4a'\ 'o 10 mail eloquent. speeches In
Carl Hurst told Stark Police council promise. him then a prepare Its l M 6-6 merit Yet the chief" ,said a Chief Itwurr told& li.< Id, nlf, '"' (II I and n>-uhborlngcmii'ir !I their respective houses tollf
Chief Boil Rosier Monday. special meeting' to search for budget this summer man In the. street Department: "$64l< a week' "U" tot I iniw. I ii, I '. .riowd, a "n>,.lsnlUII i log |Ln* virtue of Bradford'
Bradford CountyFairgrounds Meeting In a hastily: calledspecial t the funds. "I do think they" I the per makes Just two rent per hour' take horn." I IVNur ..I.l .r l t..i l I I 111' erase. In ali tug. i 'ill'- Two ArrestedFor County berrlen. d"lICrlbrd.t Ji
seaston to search for Hastily adding figures ManI llrrmenl. need more money:' .IM than A.'tant"tilt"" Kenneth the council Just ran t .-ka lions hr -"ri.h lie as i roOt' Fishing I "Th awet..t strawberries

fund which would put the I I day, however. Chairman Hurst Mr*. Johns _Id. She suggested Fuqua I': man to wnk al night| i by pared with th* same month in I this side of H..av..n."
police force' back on Its feet j I told Chief Ror that the that the police force bot. l "It would pay a policeman j I himself for 170 a week not I 1M. Without I.icenseTwll local eltlsens, on hand for
the council prted a will''i r current city budget. Iso the cwt down until the nee****,, to quit the force and go to'' with what Uir have lo conUrtd 1 Bradford reported .olJooct.lun 1 I the promotion were P. J. No-
Inatteaa to give Ute> policemen danger line now" .....twwnpo fund can b* raised I work In the Street Department ,' wrth/ drg."tn" people" in of lit HW' 51 for "Ul" mont"evtnpta.s -,) .rr<- ". fr B.mng yak Chamber of Commerce
PuM Invited a pay Increase. But searching eeplU and rfnte" H* pointed Koiuvr replied that he Is" ," Ronsrr stated' and breaking\ up ftehla/ gill! .. with 415,31141yon wnMn.e,, 'l.n, 'C. have he.n. manager Phil Cronkhlt
ever a six month unofficial out that th* Poke Department down to six patrolmen now Mr. Johns told himhatI night king "til do It my*..lfb ( March IlHi; a pot of 31 1 mace by bun II vi.t,. tit .f mananer of the Wtsrk Staler
audit prepared' espxially tar budget U already $ ..u0 i j I I and they" ar. working" siren city department cannot properly I' .eau** I was <*xUd to this lift ant I she. (Cjm >',.th Wter. t: Farmers Mark*!. County

Uv averting by City a.rnWI1'111J overspent at the halfway mark days. per week to work the be compared Ifklt i office, but I cant ask them &&q Union ('.<)Inty reported H.- .. .." (MmmM""n Judge T A Yawn." Mrs. II. H.
!' Edwards: the council 1 and Mid that tf soy other tH- streets now He said the* Mrs. John*.' Roser'' work alone J I! .133 HI for Mreh I IMIt a* com- i' A Mmptnn toes. Howell> VI I I Adams mother of the Strawberry -
ThU Spar Contributed Just couldnt earn up with partment In the city. was that patl'OtnvnIt: In pairs for1safety replied." "It's Just not reason.' Earlier'' In the mating Mi*. :' pared with I3A7334: : for tnsm WIMI'| .H rh..rg-1 wiin, .A<.ih. O..n..nd Mr and

Weekly to Publicize any dollars that could be much in the red the nUr and that h* cannot ask I Itben able to pay a common laborer John askrd Chief Ror I month Ut year; .t gain Ing with a rot and rml, with, t I ,,'r.. Patel. Hhl Smith.
Community Event by switched to Ute Polio Department city budget would be in the to work alone for that1. the wine a* a policeman." TheyMret whether It was' tru that h* of :91 vr rrnl not a vslhl |MM M Doubly R-r.ntty a similar pronto
budget. red by tot end of the current reason | Her. I nVMit hav* to, had an ..tra tnn on day. "p>* Clay County reported ':M- Hnn near ail l 14 on \Ur.N l1J: :i I lion was held In Washington.i .
The CommunityState Chief Rosa had Iwlc requested fiscal! year Ham W-d also I! Th chef" read the resignt mate the decision\ a policeman week. Mh sail aNt had h..*n 311 I I 10 for last month 4* Corn lv ,.m... Moixlv "' lark' i C In which' members. of
Bank more money for his that he didn. see how the I t ation of Patrolman Clause I 1a railed upon to make told that tit' did Th chief" pared with fit MI :27 for sxovlll. I* charged wash the Congress and other top govmmenl -
p ro1Jnootl. .a:. of whom he council' could have estimated f I Hardy, effective tomorrow.' every day denied the! March !1944. a ".ln of :171i _m. offense on the ..nrwt date 'I.t officials received' ;

say have resigned 1 In UM laM the budget much closer. I>, April II. He sold he would bit .i pr **nl. Mompwin, l lake. *I ,trawb rrl**. ...

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FLORIDA -_______ THL"RSD.Y.PRIL: 15, 196*

.. 1 Mrs. Carrie Ward will attend Mr. and Mrs. George Hug'I 1'I Mrs Charlie Parker and I
with the Bradford
remaining S15.000 Anticipated that will also introducelegislation
.. I the funeral of Harry gins were visiting !Mrs\ children of Cocoa are spending Racing Fund going 5,000 to the Fair and County's share of these funds permitting the School Boardto

.. Qc Ford In Lakeland on Friday: Rockwood at Jacksonville this week .with :Mr, and $10OOO to the Development will continue to Increase In. I pledge iU share of these

.. morning, Beach on Sunday afternoon. Mrs.. M. C. Well and family. Commission. This would In I the future as they have in funds for a new school: construction
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minerof Phil Cronkhlte and I
a Mrs. Gladys. Weldon will I I Split Revealed comparison to the 1963-64 the plIJ>t. A schedule of these program and the
Cuyahoga, Falls, Ohio( are daughter were visiting relatives have }her family: with her tlilx distribution, represent an increase I funds l and their distribution. % t County to pledge its. shore for
.. GLADYS \ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merritt in Weal; Palm Beach
MOOTY weekend including Mr. andand I
weeks. (Continued From Page One) of $14,500: for the for the post five years is printed the construction of a. new
Williams for several
the weekend.
Phone Mrs. S. A. Weldon
: 964-0651 of Schools and $6,400 for the below.
Mr. and Mrs Dwight .Marshall Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mao lenny, Mr. Hind Mrs. C.M (provided the Hospital require- I
and children of Apalachicola County Commissioners. It is The legislative delegation
were visiting Mr. and Mrs W. Patrick of West Florida. I ed the full 13,000 allotted it).
: burs Nell Andrews was visitIng ; Mrs. Eollne Smith was In\ will visit their parents A. Scott in Gainesville laat Mr.: and. :Mrs W. A. Weldon
Mrs. L. E. Roberts in St. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland ,I Thuisday I ,
| Sanford over the weekendvisiting of Luke CIty ,and Mr. and Bradford. I
: Ooorge! Oa. last week while.' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy over the weekend. Local admittances! to Brad- Mrs. J. R. Weldon and Mis+ I II <'ouutyair County Devclop-' .1 I Board County II | Board PublicInatructlost I TOTAL

Mr. Roberts was in the hoapltal. 'I I Rowe and Mr.\ and Mrs 1>. A. I Local admittances 10 Doc- ford County Hospital this Martha Weldon of Jackson- HoMil County
: Mr. Roberts 'died on Brown Jr.Eunice tors Hospital this week include week Include: Lucius M.' Wildes Mr, and Mrs. L. O. Ifazen | I

Monday and those attending Nursery SaleAn- ] : Mrs. Vonellle Pearce, Ralford( ; Mrs. Eta Rogers visited [r. and Mrs. I. H. I

the funeral on Wednesday: nuals 69cs Geraniums Z9e to y Joseph Kauffman and RobertClark Waldo; Mrs. Elsa Mae Pudgctt. Hazen In Jacksonville on Wu-i- I 1959-60 $15,000.00 I I .1 $ 62,400.00 : $ 93,600.00 $ 171000.00

Afternoon in St. George were 59c; Calodiiuns, Begonias, Tw-j of Starke; Rosann Dar- Mlddleburg; Olenn Mc- "

Airs Andrews. Mrs. Pauline mato and Pepper PlantaShrubs :, rah of Waldo' ; and Mrs. Intoeh and Mrs Frances A, day.Mr.. and >trn.[ Max Furlong ,

Torode., Mr. and Mrs. John and shade trees 2 ml.:I' Waerdena Moody of Jackson- Wadaworlli. Hampton; Lester and fiirnliy of Tlfton Ga. will 1 1960-61 \ I15.0OO.OO I I $ 65320.00' $ 97,980.00 $. 178,3,00.00I :

: Torude. Bobby Biggs, Mr. and N. Luwtejr; -turn west! ut sign. vllle. W. Nrefus Melrobe; Mrs. be weekend guests of their .._.- t I

-Mrs. George Roberta Jr., Mrs. 4tp 3,6, Mrs. John W. Griffin otOchlochnct I Gladys L. Allen] Lawtey; Mrs. uirfrnfa, Mr. and Mrs.' / \v. I t
>. Oa. Is bringingher Elizabeth Naaworthy, CharlesW. 1961-62 15000.00 I :$ 84,060.00 $ 102740.00 [ $ 201800.00
George Roberts Sr.. and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett Hazen and 1>11'. and Mrs. J. I
and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox. were visiting- relatives in mother Mrs. P. F. Stump, Crews Walker McGee, anMrs XV. Furlong, !

i Mrs. M. H. Lang of Delray Madison and Live Oak home this weekend after ten Mildred R Smith of
Beach Is spending several the weekend. over days visit. Starke. and:Mr.: children and Mrs Sid Shuforxl, 1962-63 15000.00 .I $ 86,310.00 i, $ 105,490.00:> j jI j $ 206800.00
spent the weekend _
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. J C. Saunders Mrs. L. C. Adams! spent the Rev. and Mrs. Moi'rls\. M. I

r Raymond.M will spend the weekend 1 first: of the week In St. Vin Brackman Sr. of Moolson,, Ga. at their cottage! on Hal!

: and Mrs. H. C. RItcb ( N. C. with their]nRorkJnlham cent's Hospital for observation I were Monday guests of Mr.. Lake.Miss 1963-64 I I I 5000.00 .1 10000.00 | 98,550.00|: $ 120450.00 !I 234000.00
June Harding of Atlanta I

will visit Mr and Mrs E. VSlionly parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. and treatment.Mrs. and Mrs J. T. Qutzlcy. They i ,
a in Atlanta Oa. over Saunders and Mrs. Pea.t'lThl'lTell. 1 Marion Moyer or Jack- I were enroute home from On. in visiting her parents ,
Tame Mr. and Mrs. T. BHnrdlng. TOTAL I $30,000.00 I I 5000.00 $40,000.00 $396,640.00 1 $ 520.260.00 | $ 991900.00
the weekend. ]. Mrs. Saunders will 1[| sonvlllc is visiting Mr. and 11 pa. where they had d : j I I II J
S :Mr and :Mrs C T. Dense) remain for a week's visit. Mrs. F. W. Strickland thisweek. : MoirKi. Jr. Monday to Fri

0') }Inhie$ (Sty will; be guests! Mr and Mrs. Homer Wood FOR YOUR PARTY DECORATIONS : day.Mr.
and Hr. submitted; a claim of $242. ol I
Charles Formula Given For Use On Bedfellow
oi :Mr O. 'L. Basley:! nni: are renting the JoeAndrews Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews ALL OCCASIONS;\ endMr. Hardy to the City of Keystone in Strange |
S Mrs! J. W. Klncnid from Fll1dav : nome IU 134 Bradford Street, and son Bo are spending STARTING tlc! BULL- son Chase were In Pa-
) to MondayMr ; Saratoga Heights. the weekend In Cordcle. INOTON'S. lathe Monday visiting Mrs. payment of the missing articles. -! If you find a strange man I ful means Lee grabbed- & In Mayor's Court. Monday

and M's. I* R.. William? Dr am:! Mrs. V. W. Strick Oa. with Sen. and Mrs. E. M Friends will regret to )Lear G. M.l McCauley. { The Bradford County'sheriffs sleeping; in your bed., hit him table ]leg hit Holloman In tha 1!I night Holloman was finedI

of Jacksonville hav::purcjias[ land and family of WinterPar Mathews that John W. Jack I ] Abel id Mr. and Mm. W. E.: Hayes department later over the head with a table I head dragged him out of the J I|I 110 given 20 day* in jail

ed the Rev, C.X PhlppH house It spent the weekend with Strawberry Queen Ball 111 in a nUI'. lnlf home in Atlantic and daughter of Miami spent withdrew from the Investigation -, ]leg tie him to a telephone house and tied him to a telephone on charges of disorderly conduct -

at 1371 BlandlnT.: HnrftroaHeights. : Dr. and Mrs C. H. Houpt. sponsored by the ChUan fluh ) Cliy. N J. last week with Mr and Mrs when it wan learned that pole and stand guard until pole When police arrived by Indecent ana profane

Mr. Williams t U i I :Mr. mi'" Mrs. H. K. Tyus, | will be held Friday might Apr. Dire Willie Mae Judd and E.V, Hayes. The Hayes. also the Sky tel building at time of the police arrive. shortly afterward. Lee language, public intoxication.

employed at the State Fnrm were In Miami over the weekend 23 at the Starke Oolf A Mis. Maude Andrews have returned had as Thursday evening din- sale was acuauy situated in I At least that is the formula I was still standing guard, armed Indecent exposure, and trespiMidtig -

FOR VO1TR! PARTY DECORATIONS 'I on business Country Club. 10 p. m. ella 1 home after a ten-day ner gueals. Dr. and Mis. J. W Clay County.] i, used" by IIerbert Lee of Reno with his table leg. on private property

; -ALL OCCASIONS | Sled. Nancy Ounter of MlI m. Music by the Spotlight visit with\ friends and. relative* Hayes of Ja'k onvUle. Charles A. Hanst of the Miami when he found Earl V. Hollo-

STARTING AT 49e -lilT: ..-I "amt U vlslllnit ]lQr brotherinlaw rasa S4 couple [adults] $S couple in Mount Dora, Owls ton Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McMil\ office of the Federal man "sleeping it off in his ,

JNOTON9., ] and sister\ Mrs. Robbie] [students]. West Palm Beach, and WinterHaven. lan soft children of Arlington Aviation Agency aald; that I bed when Lee arrived home '

I' Slnllor: for spvt'raecka.: ] Heights. 111. were Sunday overnight everything done at the Airport in the early morning hours I
guests of ,their broth since 1941 "has had the concurrence last Sunday
Mr. and Mu. Rupert Zclll'1er
of Gainesville were'' vlsltlnc .er-m-law and sister, Mr. and I of FAA.'' Ha said the Holloman. Daytona Beach' : BIG
Mrs. 1 Agency was well satisfied with told
Mr. and Mrs. J. D., Onflls end Harry >looty, Negro oollce he had been
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier on Sun Mr. and Mrs. Foster. Phi the appearance of tha Airport "told" to no *x> that house and

a. IHOP\ day. Smith and Mr. II. H. Adam. and that he wouldn't be a- go to bed. He didn't say who
shiniei to take a visitor there
told him. ,
Str. and Mrs Bruce Mathews and daughter Jane, .spent '
# I I and family of Gainesville and Monday and Tuesday In Tat now, as he would have been' When he couldn't arouse the

e IN : Air. and Mrs Lowell Mathews lahassee.Mm. several years ago. stranger In his bed by peace-
He said the FAA had
/ ''of Jacksonville were Sunday .. C. O. DuPuls and Mrs no
I criticism of the handling of
; visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jean Hugglna of Alachun I because without it the child FREE
Airport affairs/ by Councilman
FOR ;Mathews.\ were Sunday visitors of Mrs\ Bill Warren could lose an entire year of
I Commissioner
All-port ,
Mr. and Mrs.! W. H. Noll- W B. Alexander. school. If the child was bornIn
: I adding that Warren'
man will spend Duster weekend Mre. Titus Olson returned t "does another state, application
LAST a commendable
.. MINUTE '''With Mr. and Mrs. CrosbyH. Wednesday After surgery last! must be made to o.fluals: of
with what he has to work
BE-RUFFLED Dawklna in Jacksonvillennd Thursday In Alurhuu, General l j with." that state. t I

EASTER VALUES wW celebrate Mr. Nollman's Hospital |I. Same counties hold early
Mr. and Mrs. Hanst dismissed as trivial pre-achool .registration OFFER !
OR BASIC! birthday on Saturday Comer Perry j some
i the
removal of a few oldbl'leu" .
evening. man of Jacksonville were visiting starting soon, and the certln.I
A. Mrs. Guy Andrews of Starke Judge and Mrs E, K from an Incinerator at tale is netexsAry to c"lloplelot
j and and''!j the Airport. which he said I this work and make .
BeautifulEaster I Mrs! Ethel Arch hold I| ferryman on Saadiiy, It easier
Mrs Ann Kent of Jacksonville Mr, and Mr. K. G. Dunes had outlived Its usefulness for the child t enter,;!

were Lat Tuesday luncheon of Stsrke and Mr. and aura Councilman Roy Watkins I school nest full. Certificates! ,

guests of Dr. J Kllzabrth: T K. Duncan of Gainesville questioned whether the Incinerator con be obtained from most ,

: Pedersen, in )Idnto h. Tho I I' were visiting Mr. and Mrs, was no longer of any county health. departments: or I /
r value and Mayor M L. Bess-
four women are on tho nominating Garland Parnell In Savannah they may be obtained from
a committee! of the Ht t. (in., over the weekend. ley got Haruit to agree that It ; board headquarters In Juk.onvllle. .
]I I was "not within the provinces ,..
of FAA to say the Incinerator
Blouses : Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wll- I -ALL The application or letter .
: had no value as far Vot. 'II be lh of all friwndt
Hams OCCASIONS'I as Keystone I envy your
j and daughter of Allen 8TAHTINO AT I. must Include the full name of
Heights\ Is concerned.: with thli nev' l ctrk tnifei. Makit >
{ I tl\. On. will spend the week INOTON'H.Mr. the child! : the full nime of
1 i end with her I and Mrs. W. F. Some( bricks from the incinerator the a pleasure to tor ond i ld ol y
parents Mr. Swln- father full MAIDEN: : '
: 199 299 z? a e .j were found stacked I for tlicing rn .t> vQfobl* ,
0 and Mrs W. H. Graham. yer of woe Oat on." Calif were on the premises" of the Key.t name of tho mother: the day cakeycheeie. elc.> CuoronleeJ _
: | Bob Firth Billy Jackson Sunday visitors of Mr. and l month year city end l countyof -
stone ]
Heights Volunteer
:Fire! / 5 <* .
and! Nolin Mrs. W. H. Nollraiin ye
: Woodburn were' before j I Department birth; whether the child Is
Frilly ruHW end hr. U. vet fishing. at HomoanMSA Spring !going on to Keystone Heights, j I taken and others were male or female; and thechild's
: 'land styles In long t over the weekend! where they opened their home. i|j/ by Moody In payment race. The original

: Vi .r short d...... FIRST QUALITY 9 I ]Mrs. El'lle Johns had asher Mr. and bets Jasper. Bennett -j I'j he in at sakl.the of Airport.overtime) work put i, birth certificate number .should j' .#

Whit., .olid colors prtnft guest from of Clcnrwater weekend j be
: I : Frlrtv to were Han t described the I Included if pawiblet. A fee
and $1 h. new Swlu doH.5Ii. / SEAMLESSNYLON Monday her nlore., Mrs Huiuy guests of Mm.[ Ruby M "the most valuable Airport asset of 11 must accompany the reqnmt. ..e'et
.. 32 t. 3'1| 40 to 44. I Carter of Maxvillo. Johns.. I'
: d"I you have here; and 1 showed a
HOSE Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper film Illustrating how a new )I Board officials also said'' $24.95REGULAR
and dutighter of Chinflaml. I that by the time an Infant
: I airport had contributed to the
i ]11r. and Mrs. C. I* Smith Waldo Offers Industrial ,H, six months oM he! should
[ development
; of a |
: 3 225 and PRICE
of .
PIS. 'Wy son Ocala and Larry town in South Carolina.Unrequited begin invniMuzitKu: series |
and Kdille: Stewart of flatness gamut whooping rough; polio;

vllle were Sunday visitors of Jr. College Site smallpox; diphtheria' and tetanus .
: Shur 400 itttdtm boa la 1 ml. k Love
plj'sor Mr.
u.mbas' mash 9u:rant*.v for i Mrs. C. L. Cooper (lockjaw) : but should I When
.ear and l.i>ln, .burry. aacitin. ,Gf t'lone i i ails and Mrs.. R. O. Dan bv Spells Trouble wait no longer than six years. you buy a
..* 1I prln, .,.,.. In ih.. 1'/''i r. II.WOMEN'S 4
I nnd sons, Micky and Bill, and I (Continued From Page. One} In Mayor's Court Last :year nearly SCO canes I !
: o :Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Unit' and I of whooping cough were reported -

POPULAR eons. visited Mr. and Mrs. W Present at the meeting ; 27 of tetanus. ; 35 of I
: )F. Leslie Jr. i I Monday night and voting' unanimously love spelled ,
'GLO1 In Jacksonville diphtheria. In addItion., T. OO I
: PANTIES I! on Sunday' alter which I they I to annex the proponed -, 21 trouble, an Itinerant for Rafael Puerto tX-Lcntlr Rican''C08.,, .... Of mes..les J and SflOOft : i; TAPJPAflLPGAS
put t Bill the site were Councilmen D. : t of German a
on meaitles
prone for were
his re-
: 2 115 I T. Webb I chairman 1. O. L.I worker.( In Mayor's Court here RANGE
FOR i, Lame !in La>nnlng. Mich( lifter this week. i ported. The board said that al

Au.... tricot '. four days visit with his tam Crawford Chas. W. Dean. J.i! i i, ma1. vnccln now a.., available Di he
: Hollywood ol itt I Pat According to local police., rtny modem
Ovle I
1 y I: ny. lIb1'arid George Donaldan. .
and the
Lg brief. Pink, whit .t DrLeatir, had a alrl IrI..nd.I family physician way to cook a i r and
I 51... 5 to '10. FOR YOtTl PARTY DECOR.1 ; should be consulted about
bill"J I i Velma Peek. of Reno. when he fatter with a FAPPAM not
J, ATIONS -AH. OCCASIONS.I I worked here during the strawberry this in addition to vsrrlnatlon range, Come STARTING AT : against the olhediseases...
: 49o
-OtILL-1 Federal Aid season last year and expected with >up r opo< 'y
I I INOTONS.Mayor I I to "pick up where he nad several of the young boys I

.. .. | and Mrs Randal II..n off" when, he returned]r -i' $189.95 N Simmer burner! ondiwtno
|, Chitty/ Mr. and

: SMART NEW -1-v I I Reddish Mr. and Mrs.Mrs B.Drew L. Set For Schools I this In season.the meanwhile, however. EASY SAVE $3 O"t( DIU-bra<< k,V,t '

L 1 Moxley Jr.. Mr." and Mrs Tyrone Cummings. 99. also ofReno :i IN E4
Charts i ''
Sawyer, end Mr.
Easter Handbags |I Mr weekend. Ralph Rrvnn" spent the [Continued From' Page One I 11UL About had started 4 a. m.' Sunday dating the asj I II I Java 530 to $60 on all) these rmges

In :
-MMvllle, la. a. any educational Institution Tyrone and Velma --- -
or walkIng
were -
JtU IIr.. of Mr, and 1 (all pries with trad)
299, 499 1 Mrs. Ben school system, or over the home. Rafael driving "I i
TO > Moxl"y Sr., Mrs. Irma Netherlnnd. selection: of 1058 r
-l library resource. Chevrolet attempted to I $209.95
-SAY! $50
and Mr. end Mrn. Olin textbooks, or other printed or run them down with the carCunvulng
No maHp what your choice. w. Ion.t Netherluml. The men published K plus fr .
h ptrfoet y attend.I Instructional materLUs /-' pulled out; a. .2& *
to compl mnt ,
your nor .nttmbl calf, .p..t.nti, the Master's Coif Tourna by any educational Institutions automatic pistol and shot] ha.dy gritUUtnmtftunt a
". fnii and .tr... 'In e vanity of new d \ in Augusta> Cs.Mr. or school system. twice one bullet hitting the: Fetl 1 w top wit) evrrr. la-
styles end' sh.e... I.d and Mrs Joe FaIn of The bill does ,,not require, )left rea door of the car. ThePuerto duakre tairls wsy ifm6up bsar..r,

were l last Friday \'la.1 i either that tech county, atab- : Rican was not hit,' Ieoi/.e
THI PIRUCT TOUCH N ( of Rev and Mr. mlt a however. I' >r-capM9ty er w with aft-
J. of
FOR IASTCKI ., R. I report how they ore!' I dnor. New hf
wy I Bmbham. !i i,. using!' the fund.- Casey said. Cummings was charged

; WOVEN NYLON GLOVES Mr. and Mr. L F. Dlnklns Each locality wUl merely fallunder with discharging firearms In:): glass s&TS$

? ', and Mm. A. O. Andreu ,,'vI..ltlng a report thai Is to be the city limit with attemptto I< ;a&tFiXE f i

TTi* porftct f.lMon *c .uory 1 Sllth and Dr.' and ;Mrs., J I.. submitted by each state do! bodily harm and was I 5239.95AVEoOplus
family sentenced '
chop nylon gloss In Voldosta] I to 30 days In jail ,
r.qula Ir.
r or knit
Sorty length Whito, bUct or b.; ,' 0.. last" Saturday. Report On by Mayor Randal Chitty un fUT-TiP PEII '
w Drew Groover of Gainesville \ Monday night I Kew Sirhonrft Ioo lt-_ .ylug. J.

was the weekend : I 1 DfLrsUre das,1 r Nr' *. fed WKftJk Kc&kMlroBtral
A guest of MadeI was given 10 ---..
Murk Hamilton. Airport S MB.| with dock and
but sentence was suspended. I I
/ yirtl I )bile :Merrill I WRITES THIN! tim.r. lomr lifoUm B..Je)
Struth '
e was 'N SUUM terswrsi' viMairt- *
/ For
.ear visiting Mr. (Continued Prom Page One] notes pxkifesorart.
and Mr. Roddy Birth owva door ritrora mnovabt*
: MEN'S .AND BOYS 1 Struth in Atlanta: Ga. over I! CertificatesAre WOfIl at some. stork or 1 .. owa bam and rhront broIL
i KhooMCcnteiwenl I .
the I a insert. Model 962G&.
weekend. "Van Valln at Air Park' Required For
j ,
: I :Mr. and Mr. J. F. Blood-! states that Moody had key to i pocket cflp.-
SportShirfs worth and f'aml1y'f're in Pump House mentioned above I New First Gradersi Non-ttut. odortru !Ink. EASY BUDGET ruMS ON AH THESE RANGES

Perry )last, I and BnHisnt. colon.
weekend visiting refused to give
I I up same,
i, If your child is to
!, their uncle, James Bloo.lwor'h the reoort_ ndu4H.L u __________ whool j EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER-FREE
I this lag MUST
BOYS'Sizes MEN'S villa and their chUclr.n.Mr. | Council Chairman DUI 49 ..
I have a birth certlflcut* forI of 8 beautiful
1'99 and :Mrs. W. F. '! Beam asked Harvey IT theaherttPa Anchor Koxkirtg lumbUr
Sizes 299 I Herlong I him or her; and the child!I .. *
: 8Is19 SMLXL spent the weekend in Jack1sonvllM : : department recommended SIIOULnelted .. ,: ..,... fLt. for permitting us to ch ck and approis.
wJtH ralatlws.Mr any action on i quickly %* posRlbi against Ii 'If.

HandtomV woven plaids, madras *. Nall I C. Eates and) Mrs. + the port Of the Council In the the common childhood dlamse t. I love your old ga or vUctdc rang*.
matter and received' a ya
plaid; solid color and fancies ,inline Harriet Vaught of Chaltainooga. answer. negative .. the. State Board of Health I|1 Ester

quality; easy care fabric Tenn. will b* gn"'tsf' (ITbe Starlings had reported I|I A |'---. t VARNES GAS SERVICE
Regular and of Mr. and Mr., J. R. the birth cretibeate can besyw |
I Ivy ifyting jac-sfyla l Hlxonj I supposed. B tt E to the j
a !1 I' more quickly now '
end hi-boy collars. next "'ee_. BradfordCounty\ sheriff department -.
before j (Pir. of Greene
and subsequently any but-minute I'WILT1I. Telegraph 1I Fuel of Florida Corp.)

certificate is neceaaary .
I bu"'
"''III Phone 969.1231>

a I

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t f ..
Beta Phi Combine sugar and water In
i UDC Chapter Sigma 'I sauce pan. Simmer uncovered, ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.

: Plans Memorial Pledge Ritual ''stirring constantly: till sugar Crosby. Lawn Mower
Mrs Williams
Kenneth Mra.
1 Is dL.'Ilk>lvN. about 3 minutes ,
Service April 25 Monday Night Cool. Mix with fruit juice Bole Crosby and Mrs. C. C. Repair Service

I I I Crosby visited Mr. and Mra.Otis .
Members of Gamma Theta and grenadine syrup,! In punch FIRESTONE
Members of W. T. Weeks
I Crawford In Gainesville
of Beta Phi bowl. Chill
Sigma ,
CLADYS MOOTY Chapter. UDC were entertained "' P A V..ln"sJ.1Y.
held their Pledge Ritual cere- ryr rt' Just before serving add
I at the regular monthly
. Phone 964-0651 mony and dinner In the Pecan 1 ginger ale pouring it slowly LEASENew
meeting last Wednesday at the FOR
Room of the Garden Restaurant down side of bowl Serve over I
home of Mrs. T rwille-
Clyde Monday evening. Ice In sherbet glasses Trim ('.Uti) OF THANKS I Three Bay
Little \Vomen gar with Mrs. Ruby Johns as The ritual table was centered each with a J peel and cherry PURE OIL SERVICE 1
co-hoRtesfl.. We are unable to express! !In
Makes 64 I Station IT.H. SOI Near
NominateNew with an arrangement of cups.Bayless ''I on
Arrangements of early sum words or deed the sincere Farmers. Market
e mer flowers were placed at yellow roses In a black vase yyyyyyyyyY.vy.y..1 feeling we hold deep in our I

OfficersA vantage points In the living flanked by yellow and black heart for the thoughtfulness! I No Cvpertenre: Necessary

room and family room for the burning tapers carrying out and many kindnesses expressed Paid Tralnlnc-Home
film shown
on cancer was ,
colors of gold !
the sorority HiwayBy "financing AvallnKl
to the Little Women's Club at occasion. black. : and extended to us during
During the business meet. and -, the illness and death of our Information
their For Further
meeting Monday night --- I
In the club house. Dr. A. J. big presided over by Mrs. E. The candlelight: Pledge Ritual :Mrs. O. E. loved one Neal Lyon. Your ) Write
Barry and :Mra. Arlln Mc-! K. Ferryman, plans were discussed Clark.was Candidates read by Mra.were Connie Contestants Enter Beauty unselfishness and devotion I TIU VISIATIfIS!
Knight held a question and I for the anniversaryparty will be forever remembered! In II P. O. Bus: 3157-Sta. F.
film. to be held April 27 at by their' sponsorsand Queen ContestPlcured (liriCCII NKU.S! our prayers.-The- Lyon family Jacksonville, Klo.
after the
answer! period
:Mrs. Robert
ushered in
Miss Elaine Strickland, pre- the Woman's) Club In celebration Barksdale.The by The Saturday Night Sing at I
of the local chapter's Llaylea.t. Hiwuy Mill meet on ,
sided over the mooting andMts. above two of
new members 1.fra. are Connie Rivers of Lake Butler
I fiftieth year. Proceeds from the 2nd' and 4th Sum1uy 1
( .. Martha BolUnger gave Phillip Clark, Mrs. James the early entrant in the who hold the title of Iljnte -- -
the benefit party will be used nights at 7:30: Instead. t uf every
the devotional. The nominate I Saunders, and Mrs Freddie Strawberry Queen beauty and coming Queen of Union Coun.ty .
for the scholarship fund. Saturday' night. Uvvryonea : !
ing committee presented the Stephens were presented with talent contest: which will be High.: School STAUKESFASHION
I Mrs. L. G. Powell announ- 1> invite to itttisul.The .
following slate of fleets for their pledge pin and a yellow staged at the Bradford County Phil Cronkhlte, ("ontestI
ced that Memorial services I LEADER
Spring Revival will begin
the coming: year: president.Miss rose. The sorority also honored Fair next Friday night: Miss chairman, said that other entries
( Marian Green; vice president will be held on Sunday Apr. their Mrs. Logan Barbara Sue Edwards Heft], have been assured from at Kayless Hlay Sunday: I i
25, at 4 p.m. at Crosby Lake sponsor I night Apr. 2and:
( and run
Cerrl Mooty treasurer. Baldwin, by presenting. her a Mlle Janet Hardy Olsen! cow springs. Jeck.on lnc
Cemetery, and urged all members through Sunday, May 2, with
-eicr-l-. Other .
Betty Register; sponsor's pin of Beta Sigma entrants include Miss vllle and High Springs, a-
, Ing secretary. Lee Darby)i; and to attend Phi. Marian Green, runner-up for I mong others Homecoming services and dinner

{Turner( SaulsEngagement corresponding secrela.-y.. Linda : Mra.V.. H Nollman and the title In 1064; and Miss on the ground. There will
Rae Rosier }(rs. Sandra Sanders, two be singing In the afternoon.
Told I
I The May meeting will to new member were welcomedinto Nan Nell Clark Special singers are Invited to

:Mr. and Mr. O. M. Turner held the third Monday Instead the chapter.At To Wed Mr. MooreMr. Altar Society house.UtDDINQ, attend.
nnounce the engagement of the second Monday becauseof the conclusion. of the I SHOWERS Song service h gina at 7:30:
business Mrs. Powell Elects OfficersSt. Mrs. entertained m., 8
the senior meeting Amey Manning p preaching p m.
and approaching: marriage( of trip. memhero and Mrs. J. W. Clarkof
hllltorian.ave at her 1'R': cS.\U4
an Interesting i Saturday
their daughter, Barbara Jean will be Invited to eland Clewlston announce the en- Y
and program on Easter and the Edward's Altar Society night with a shower honoring Mr. and' Mrs Vernon Tuyloi
to Malcolm Sauls, son of :Mrs I the new officers will be of their daughter,
Installed. Crucifixion of the hopes and gagement elected a new slate of officers I her nephew! and niece Mr and of Jacksonville. spent the
leba Saul of Starke. ; Nan Nell to James Harvey
dreams of the Southland. Mrs at a meeting last Thursday Mrs BUly Padicett. Games. weekend with her parents.Mr. .
The wedding will be an i During: the social hour refreshments Moore II of Wildwood son of
I I I Powell' told of the surrender night In the Pariah hall. were played and pilse awarded and Mrs Lot Newm.rn.
of June 6 at 2 In were served in Mr and Mrs. W. Fred Moore
p.m. I the I of General Robert E. Lee to Elected to rave next! year to Kathl-en.! Judy the occasion being Mrs. Tay
sunroom where the Raster I.
Presbyterian Church, of .
Event theme I Ulysses Grant on Apr. II. 1963: Lawtey.The will be: president Mrs. Mich- and Margaret Ann Pndtett lor's blrtlidnv Mr' and Mrs FASHIONSCinderella
A will l fol- was carried out. Th will be
reception I, table at the McLean home In Ap- marriage an ael Ollhooly; vicepresident.Mrt. After the bride opened her lion Newman and. baby, and
was covered with a
pomattox, Va. event of Friday night Apr. Albert Mercer: secretary. many lovely gifts, refreshments 1 Mr. lI'nd Mrs' Kenneth Kllx-:
j All friends and relative white cutwork cloth and centered 30, !in the First Methodist
Mr. Francis Meng,
with I During the social hour the were served to guest son and' baby were also din.
are invited. a large multicolored Church of Clewtston at 7 o-
treasurer, Mrs Don Wlwiln Mr. and Mrs. Paditett
hostesses served refreshmentsto are ner guests of their parents,
$ bunny. At one end of tAe the 19 guests present. clock The pastor. Rev David Plan were made for I picnic : making their home In Jacksonville Mr. and Mra. Taylor
table Marian Green presidedat A. Denslow. will officiate. for the Cthecl children I
Easter Mr and Mrs. I
Program Lloyd Pudgttt
the punch bowl filled with s
The prospective bridegroomIs the Utter of I Frank 1
part May. Mrs. Carter and Eve- and .
daughter' Annette, rbU
punch and at the other were
t The young people of the, green St. l1ark'sVornen a 1902 graduate of Bradford lyn Mosley honored Mra. Mosley'a supper guests of her parents W
end of th. table was i County High School and ,
rat Christian Chorch will beautiful Brownie Scouts son and daughterinlawwith Mr. and Mrs. 1..11.|| Waters,
cake Plan LuncheonThe
is employed by the SeaboardAir
Easter a shower last Saturday In Lake ,
present an program I Butler Saturday night.
which was served by Kathleen Line railroad In Wilde Visit,Dairy
Picture from the night. Refreshment! were
{Living ;Mr and Mra. Nick Norton
Thomas. Easter and nutsIn Auxilary of Mark'sEpiscopal
eggs St. wood. Miss Clark graduatedfrom
tUfe of Christ" on Sunday i served to the guests after the of ,
crystal dishes were placedIn Church met with Brownie< Scout Troop 609 Tampa, visited Mr, and., Mrs
In Clewls
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the high honoree. opened her lovely \VVsl'd
I visited the Garcia Home. II several day last
thurch.I green plastic straw nests. Mrs O. L. Be aley and Mrs. ton. and attended West Palm gift*. wevk.Mrs.. .
J W. Klncald Dairy last Friday afternoon.
Monday evenIng
Beach Junior College.
I The quarterly meeting wt
. i << at their home on N. Walnut The 21 brownies were. accompanied Ethel LaRoach and
held lUll
at the Clay ( Baptist
street which was attractively by their' leader daiijilttor of Ft. Myers. ap..ntWOttn..lay
t Delegates Attend Church and wa well attend
: I decorated with ,ire, D. W. Whirren. and.' Mrs. night with her. .
ed. Dinner at
Attend. prlng flower DKG ConventionMrs. Mitch )Evans, Mrs. R. C. Solse, was served; par l.i. Mr. and Mrs. W C.
noon. Rev Connie Johnson
sid There will be a district. meetIng and Mrs. Harry Faulkner.; After brought thi Attendance Wsr.l.
<< Apr. 28 at Cedar Key Muriel Norma AlphaNu the &girls; w..rrIh"w'/ and Mr and) Mrs II. II. Kelly
and the c"'l! .. "' .. : WAI Urge Sunday, and' children of Gainesville.
with registration at 10 a. m. chapter president through < '.y
STRAWBERRY and luncheon at the church. Miss Kathryna Epperson. of served choco'ivte .Ik: PI'IVMtt and Bonnie of Law were dinner guests' of Mr. and,

a Mr. Kenneth odder gave a Lake Butler attended the I of :Mrs M. L. Conner Sunday
try Miss Eunice Whitehead
discussion on the U. T. O. State Convention of Delta Surprise Party I Green Cove Hprtniis, Mrs Mr uatd Mrs. M. 1. Water-.

and Its purpose and benefits. Kappa Gamma, teachers'. soorUy son of llamptun. Mr and Mrs.
Catherine Batten. of PenneyFarms
QUEEN'S BALLFri. The Auxiliary voted to adopt / in Tampa April 9-11. For John Spengler I IM1 II I .., and Mr Rebecca: I Km MiMahune uf Itaytona,

a child at Sunland Training A highlight of the meeting< and Mr. Dot Palling of Htarkawers Ur
Bradford of Stuke l lN
Mr. V. J.
!. and Bpeng.ler dinner. of '
Center guests theirson
was the President and Founders
., Apr. 23 10 Till 1:00 During the social hour the Banquet. on Saturday Jimmy Doug) and Barry The Clay\\!IH have 11111 dinner itollnessChurch on and tI.ulht..ln.l.w anti.

hostesses served, refreshments night when the ftl chapter Smith gave a surprise hunt new baby Mr.' ant Mrs. Freddie
>' M ''. John the ground an run
Stark :Golf Country, Club. [ presidents of Florida -were birthday party I Easter Sunday, Everyone Is I VYattnrsun' Bginjny.Mr J
Hazen ReunionThe presented. Dr. Dorothy Johnson Spengler on Friday eveningat cordially Invited. ,.ml.. Mrs. Barney RggsM' :

International Delta Kap the Enlisted Men's Club the revivalat and daughters' of Jaaksunvllls/ t
Those attending
Adults $1 Couple
? annual Hasen family pa Gamma member, was the at Camp minding. occasion Long. Branch Friday were were supper guests' of her

Stud nl$3 Couple reunion will be held Sunday. principal speaker. using the was John'. 11th blrthd.iyanniversary. Mr and Mr*. Hardy Padgett., parents, Mr. anti, Mra. T. N.Nornuln. W rre

Apr. 25: at New Hope Primitive convention theme, Enlarge Mr. and Mr*. Louie Carter Saturday night
Church La. The 40 teenage guest' enJoyed Mr and, Mrs. II. C Kdward: .,
Baptist near the place for your tent and let and Mr. and Mrs Robert Bun-
Music By The Spotlighters Cross A basket dinner will the curtain. of your habitationbe a weiner roust and. Icy, Jr and family of Doctor of Jack son vllle were. gimntsof t ./

be served at noon. All Has n stretched. out." dancing during the evening.Alver Inlet I Mr and Mrs. T, N Nor. ,Mg

Sponsored ray Starkr Clvitan Club descendents. are invited to Mrs. Marjeen Packard of We were glad to..." Mr*. man Sunday.Mr .
attend. Fort Lauderdale was electedas CassclsCelebrate l lI Nellie Wilkinson up and around and, Mr*. Otis Crawford

the state of I or Oalneavllle. visited her parents .
I new president 50lhAnniversary and In Church Sunday
the sorority. I Rev James Saunders and Mr anti Mr. C. C. 7Tms43tfa

family were dinner guests of Crosby, Sunday"' ,

STAtUSHfO. 104 Of Ruth I Mr and Mr, J. W Mann and Mr. and' Mr.. Albert Nor. K I V

BadcockbVISIT FREE 'Story Mr. and. Mr. Alva basnetscelebrated family lat Sunday nmn of Oalnesvllls were Sunday "xW j I tlWIIIK.

Shown By PTA"The their Golden Wedding dinner guests.. of Mr and
Mr.. Mildred Carter returned ;. U'ONDKIIFtJL: l iSl'I.IYThy i-. -i( -* '
BALLOONS Anniversary on RUndltY'j' to St Vincent* Hospitallast Mrs O. K./ Crosby

Story of Ruth Will March 2*. at their' "' Thursday for more tests hey and., Mr. C. A, Crosby. : + x'ro

FOR be shown at the Florida Theatre Rdwards/" Road. S.ventyfty.1 Mr and Mr*. Bill Herndon pent Tuawluy. anti. Wvdnns-.

OUR Friday afternoon at 2 friend and, relative. enjoyed have moved here from Jark-' lay wllh their children., Mr TREMENDOUS

oarlock] under sponsorship of this happy occasion with the +onvllle We welcome. them and Mr. Hilly Criiaby. and,

THEBOOTH the hl.hboo! PTA. Admission honor gtientsThe home again Bill Jean and Mr. and' Mrs. .....rr..t Cmsby. REDUCTIONS

25e for elementary schoolchildren beautiful three-tiered. .. Jean's uncle. visited. i Mr and In JackiMinvlll.

VKIDDIESBargains and Me' for high rah was
Itt school l students. I bell symbolic of the rOth I I' last Sunday afternoonWe Mrs J, U Jehna. Mr J, II .

AT THE The PTA will use proceed, Anniversary' Mr. and Mrs. are sorry to report that Hpenre, Mr Iteth lUnnnlt

from the picture toward purchasing Camels received. many lovely I Rev" J L Strickland'U not and diiiighter, and l Alias, Harriett FOR EASTERACCESSORIES

an sir-conditioning!' gifts on this excanton.i doing ** well a* hoped at thin Bennett attended the

unit for the high school II. I, writing, waiting of Miss I'lsn' Hpenca.

brary. Any donations from i; High School PTA I Mrs Mart.* Moaley cut her''II. and, f'harlea freer In Jacksonville .

adults toward this fund may \leg badly end was rushed to''II Saturday night

be made to Mr*. Mierrod Ham. To Hear ClarkThe I i the doctor fliirxlav' Mr and Mrs. I... Flak

Register At Uton, treasurer. !II I 1 1MI'll. Howard Pad'ett and and' Mr anti Mr, Arnold Wsa- HER MAJESTY UNDERWEAR
school I PTA will
Our Booth high f I| son visited. Mrs t_lsy Padgett | tin of Jacksonville spent 1..1 r
I Brownlee Circle hear Cutinlo Clark give an i Friday afternoon II III i Monday 'with their" grsmlpar WEATHER BIRD SHOES

For Free Prizes evaluation" of the past school | Mrs. Hiram Padtett visited I

--0- ( I' Met TuesdayThe year it the regular meeting, ,. her sUUr. Mr. Tootslw Mmtlryrn

f next Tuesday at 1 pm. In Mteburg. last Thursday ,, ,
Brownie Circle of the the cafeteria The senior mo-1:'I I Mrs. Oenevai Padgett visited -

In Our BoothSET First Baptist Church met .; thor with Mrs. Shard Hamilton her mother In !>>ctor* Inlet

Tuesdsy night at the horn of as chairman" will serve lat Tuesday. an E f1hu

( ( Mra. C J Houpt on N. refreshments. Mr and !Mr\ tul, Carter v ,
UP SINK AND nut Street where s wal-I The eftecutivs board. will visited Mr and Mr J B _

WALL CABINETSMAYTAO : dUh. supper war served |I meet the/ same evening< at 7.13: Moaley. in Mld<11rtxjr> Sstur r

patio :| p m. In the cafeteria. day. /

: AUTOMATIC The business meeting was i Mr. B..ulsh Ms Floyd and 1.1.cb

WASHER I conducted In the living room son of MlrVllrhurr' and Mr

with Mrs.' W. A, Hogan leader NoticeThe Alln Brown and children of

presiding Mrs. M 1.1 DOES.. I ntarke' visited. their crarwlporents. .
IIOTPOINT KEFIlHiEKA-: -= Payne. program chairman. Ca: .tern Star Chapter Mr and Mr Henry

TON-FREEZER I _? gave part one of a review of win meet Monday Apr 19. at MoiuVy, Sunday

the book COO Home and Teir 9 p m. In the Masonic. Hall Mrs. Howard Padgett and STOP IN BETWEEN' NOW

by Berths Smith. Mrs Tyler for Friends Night All member Mr*. W J Mann attended. a AND EASTER WITH YOUR

Jones was appointed to the are urged to attnedI shower Saturday night for

YVhiie nominating committee of the I Mr*. Padgett' n1<<.. Betty PAR&NT3 FOR AN ATTRACTIVE: Mlf '

Woman's Missionary Society Jean Padgett "NEST:: EGG" COIN BANK IN t

.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAACLAY Mr. Victor Iff Cornhanand 114
In tub At The Fair Recent Birth children of JarkionvUl\ a

Visit Our CompleteFurniture HILLBy visited her stepfather. and

Store Bradford County rfotpttol mother Mr and Mr Julian coynnTrriT A'11 t 1 1 Ii t HABIT!! I
announces the following : Dixon over"" the weekend
Mrs. Howard Fadgetl
l births>> : I I Dawson' Padgett U slowing

Mr, and Mr*. Johnnie Wayne nyyy"y""yyy"yyyyy"y".1, Improving at this writing We AT E

Anderson. Maeclenay., a son I I wish. him a speedy' recovery

Galore On Our Second Floor Johnnie DrWsyne Apr, I I Mrs. Alma Harris and children !.

Mr. and Mr William Cdmon StWM'.' :NIVGMra. I I of JacksonrlllsvUlled. In First Federal Savings and Loan

Cannon fltarke. a daughter<< Josephine BU of MId: Clay Hill Sunday afternoon

Lsronla Ann April 12. I,.1 dXxirr: announces the marriage RJCTHB pore TIIK WEEK ASSOCIATION; OF STAHKK:

Furniture & of her daughter. Norma Mock Pink Champagne _. '..
Iliidrork '
"W. S.
[ J Appliance Mr and Mr*. Robert 8UfaneHl. Jean, to Cartls Manaln-, son'' cup sugar 1 cup wafr. I cup

oalneMae. announce]1, of Ur. and Mr Ted Manning rrt">fruit juice. S cup Your Savings Earn More!

tn. birtti of a daughter. Markaan I of Clay! IUI1. Mr and Mr orange Juke. i. 'cup grenadine ,

ASSOCIATE STORE on Apr. 7. Onodparents.. Manning ate nuking their syrup.>> on. I-pint. IJ-on 219 North Temple .he. '.
are Mr and Mr Henry 8wfazwDl home In Clay HUI and occupying boUla linger air. shill-d

I 12* S. Walnut St. Bud Yaun. Manager and Mr. and Mr. Russell &the. Buddy Wilkinson twists of lemon pet l *t.mon *- .
Norman of Btartur. 1 j I maraschino ctrr4! '


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_fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'MAXVILLE Mr. and :Mrs. Claude Green. I Ill Failure on the 1 tort of Charles. A. Darby I II I NOTICK TO I.H".I'.I.. \n. AdmlnKtiatvIx' at tin K..
Fair/ Talent
Albert Smith wa! able to the uidditr ID ,coinWv, : n tIlt all Clerk of an.14 Clriull Court 1 .\1 t NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED '>f the .ubuv IntitructiuiiH: ntM}' I 8,25 4t 4115] ,,, 13,' M rrnona>... .1",0, known HO I'lmrliK Ituedv k.'i iLMiiea .
return to his home Wednesday result In bid. rji*<.tlnn. tire hereby, notified rettulred : .ptl.

from St. Vlnront'a H",apttal Audition $s .. (UI> llldilur dish. 'IncluJw with' !sorirK O-'PPLI..IO:;' '' lo file any 1.1.... or Aft 4t, J::. 4t. "

1! CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY his ,'op".HI, tuniplui. '* lllrutur"i irlnic > roll t'." IH--KO I tI "ln |. 'hh.h they may l ht-
In Jacksonville where lie ,....* ,h.. nt| .i.lf.ImtliHiM. of I ...... nil 151. .... ". acklnal aald *atate In .the :itfi.\ o
By Mrs. A. C. Slade '''a'' a patient for the past TonightTalent > ,'I I i ,ih, .. ,'u"'I.lnlo'| unit end sit\ lIen, i NotIce J I. hereby Klrvn. that uC the voiinty J"d".t Bradford
h.. proic/' KI rurnNn dish. l lIttMrly I... John f. DI.... th. huliliir' uf tli. County. Florida, In the Lawn Mower
:: Phone 289-4491 ..evk. '. : members to please be present < nitirkvilI .. I following' .rurtlfk'Mt. hail fllwdaHl \ ...lh(.*.. nt ,Stark". Klurl.lH" I
Avory Slade vl.sltcd I.-IM! from Bradford and I'J''t J''tr';,. .. 4 I and on time. Business of I 1 UII: 1 .II. 'In ,th. lnt.nt. nf till 1tI csrttLeat.| for a ,ta, d.uil within .1" cali-nrlnr, month.. from, Repair Service

...A ...... .A .A ... Weclnesdiy: afternoon In Ho nip- surrounding counties will be 1'I" \ ;I .l>....ItI..I1.I I .n to .co\r 'minimumri'diilreiiiontii. I .' to bo (KKued tlKTuuii. Tli. certificate the late i>( the fir'I, i"nhjl., anti
|I vital Importance to be trans- I Ilifwevvr, allY nnmtivr. and. )" '11'* ..f !| uf Ililn ."1.. I Iii.'ii, lain,, ri FIRESTONE
BIKTIIIlAV P \IITYMrs. : ton with his pnl'l'nt.11'. and auditioned at 7 7 p. m. tonight acted. Hem. not, i-uvei-'d by tbt.. "p"i>?l1 l- mtiuiin.-e.. th.. description nt limo ,' ilvnmnil. must L- it. .rllnl HIM.1!.1I

Mrs. W.f.. Slade. I Thursday 1 at the Fairgrounds I"I"I k I I i.-iitiiMi- Ijiit r>*futiifl| fur in-. property. ami' the name 1111 j I tu not. Mat. thai pin!' rvai-. ,
: John Waters and "(J'B. CLUB NEWS I nilvtl. H.rvlif of tnls, cqulpnini which It waa aimvanva ar. a* """". and pest ndilrKa of |
Franklin Bell entertained with' :Mr.: and! 5Irn. lugeneVat- for entrance in the r' ., shAll] he In., 'mdmJ 1 In wl.lUur'v .. fulluwNOrtlflrat" I II I I hit claimant. "d inum lie

Friday af non moved recently from, their Talent Show to be presented I I The Carnation Social and prop..eal So. H. Year of Isuance ', saturn ,, l it) >lie rlnliitant.', islas
birthday party
tt'mOOlApril a 9. at 'I lie home trailer home on Hlway 30t j during the Fair next week.: : Saving Club'members are, Inviting : 1H'1'1:1t'1"'Tlv'; 1'. ,,1-1 I l*. t.ncacniitlon. of 1'n.perty <'<>mat i I 1 nnxiit.bmMimcolij or hi a alt n'"'riling inrv. <'u.i I it U. .wil ''Yin

of Mrs. John rt'ater honoring and are now oi-ciipylng, ; : the Anyone who has not yet obtained -I .J 1,: i iIt you to Join the feduc- LVDUHTIlIAf: /' TrIAl" 'Tatt! NE Ct.r..r..t" ''''''. ofNK I 1 Manh 'i I. I liiloI !

Bell. daughter of ,Hemp Chance house. an entrance blank for II. > Ing plan sponsored for your l'WHTii: :. i WITH A KKO.VTUNI I : '. of S
Sylvia Jim spent Satur- ;. .,_ WkA entertainment. Several women '; I) ,l.Mr.nil( A.SU. IJ ". 'KlKiKTh : ''ItI l J.1l- '-.r "flU M .U2.43' AX hi .4M! '" APile
Mr.\ and Mrs. Franklin Bell. I Rothgard the audition. may enter the I i I In .tiuclur elicit !b. an I In-, 179'. X tita .6'. K la.II') 1'I..n.1 I IHc. unL. 'IIt'\VIZ

on her 11th birthday. Games ''I day fishing at Green Cove try-outs by coming to the 1-[ tht... city; Have.,ma4e inquiry. duitrliil' .ruUil, tractor wIth minimum .. J2 T 0 H... H 23 K I IVarna fOxecutrl nt the Katate' i.f EMI

the after- Springs. Fairgrounds at 7 p. m. to You are welcome to join tits I r'qiJ, irenurnt. d"M'rl' .nt In 1I1.h, n....*....d i iXVIllijiina M. KariirfiiO. dnriimilFll .
were played during fun. Let us help you live long I follow" Jo;.'. ''t publication. "'it Al tira. ,
noon and refreshment were Sunday visitors of Mr. and night. K.VOI.M5.j : All f call > 1I ty ImelIC In ,, 1 I1H&TII'UI.
served to the fifteen guests I Mrs. Claude Green were Mra.Joaeph All talent Is invited to the | er. Relieve the heart of Home j j I Mitka _. -.-._ -... "j..*,*' the ('..ii..nty of propel Itraiirurd litui* of I'I ,\ PI f'U'B:' ,
I will train. Mrs. A. Jenkins, i ll'ir.F|>rwr __ .. __ .__ audItion. and be groupedas I
attending: the party. ( Garrison. :Mm. Pearl I president. Mrs.: B. J. Brown.reporter. I Ml fUbli- tahoe t.ul-ce, rertlflcato nr < ..rrlrl..I. i Starke. f'l..rld. fn
SCHOOL, NEW I Kearns and Mr. and Mr*. follows: I 1 Number of .;-slimier, 4Xtanaurl .* liall he. r"'H..1' acordlnir *. Attuin.yn fur Kxw-ulrlx: ,
r 1-13)) 'I It.Mt4'LoN.' : 4- dvrlhed .1 1 4/1 4t 4 -I I'
Elementary ages : t to law the property
K and all of 1- .
Doyle earns son :
The Baldwin Schools: were J:I I 11--------- ..... ..1 CHURCH NEWSSt. 1.p'ott In KU'-h i.rtlfkat, ir
Jacksonville. Senior lages 14-101) ; Adult I I I'-LiKL.:' TXMC C.\I.. C'ITt. LIen ,, KOCHCAH
i ,
ertlfli-alcN will I be lull i. the '
represented Monday afternoon SERVICE MEN I I John Baptist Church ,I .. Th. Court Of "" CVuallJaula
:Mike!\ Fraacr son of Mr. and lagos 20 and up.) 'Ion pI hlnhla Itl".r.t the ootirthuune :: Inn... Far llrudlorrit
April ft, at Romona Boulevard' ;, Homecoming and I .IWNT: AXLliJ: CAPACiTY, L- .. : I
Airman Robert Corner
Prizes will be $25 to the Moore son I dour on to* flrxt M mU> i I ...!>. SI.,. Of Florida.
School in JacksonvUle during Mr!*. Leon Fraoqr, was a pa-' of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie J. Stone Laying. Services will I Coil" 1.0uol1. In month of May', ''u,. wltl.-h. I I. In He ;.r..t.
tlent I in St. VinccnV! Hospital first place] winner In each TIflI4: !: th.. Snl ,hay i.f May 15e1., .
Duval '' 'with I '. K: ltedia'kor. wn
the County principals Moore of Lawtey, has com begin Sunday Sunday I Front 1-750 M S plyi .I. 1.
division: second prize $13; Ot4 llila 10th day wt 11..r..b. .
'I In Jacksonville from Sunday ,I II I I'liailea t K lli'ydi- I In i I IKNoTirB
The main speaker I School i It.."-140 ,a S< ply I .
meeting. at 9:30. with S.
I pleted Air Force basic Mill-\ : Supt. I 1945.
I i Wednesday of last %week. ) and third prize $10. I, ''lI.I"r'JJ: : Vou't Upai'ate.i,, : ) I II I c..I.
was Howard C. Kaufold. ndniiniatratlve tary training at Lackland Proctor In, charge. Sunday ((5541. TO CnEIHTillti:
i :Mm. D. B. GriMe! and, Mrs.I Any groups entering will be ,, BItAKUM!: : Individual foot ot- I HouUh M. :\lwulr., P f I .
repre-i|I To All' Tillt.i All f r-
assistant, | AFB Texas and has been selected School] teachers!' are as folios !' p-raKM! i Clerk of Circuit: Court of trad-. .n.1
I Belle Gldcfen" vlaltexl Sntur- judged; as a unit and prices;\ ', HTKICIUM1: :: IMwrKAfKHOIS COIlS Ifitvlno "c|.ltni. ('t I.m...n.l."IlI..1 :
the Duval Tax.AsRessor's Class No. ford County Florida
County : Deacon David
ecntlng for technical training 1. -
I won will be divided, by the I : Hhnll be deu.tgnealend l 4 Jl: \
In Jacksonville with'I.. 4 1 41 ;
office. i I d.iy as a supply specialist at the < 'Mills; Claw' NO. 2. Bis. rateS to dig to .., dwptb vfIK ... and pith of VII. .mr. \o Pu rlen t Solve). NothIng -
!! Ellis Giddens end family. group. Each entrant must pro. HattIe Pclam ', tffi.i hereby noiifled anl reiiulrt-il i No
The next scheduled meeting AJr Training Command [ATC1 : Class No.3. WVIte Stamp
Rev. and :\Lrs. Clarence i j vide his own materials props' i .$....''AIrr...: fnlnttrrupttxl 190il :ewrui-s: DY "PPI.14t'IlOlt:l prvivnt any &liilin mid dunauUowhlili t .
of the :Mamie. Agnes JoiKlementary > '" etc school at Amarlllo Texas Ilia' SI,. N!, Worthen; Class No. 4. .j I' .Krrl. roil T.'X; I ?y...u. 'it either of >. Lk-k, No Oblltjtl lust

School la. set for Knight visited< Sunday at Clay' now unit Is a part of the vast Sis. C. White. ] 14""win' ir Control' Foot .a.c. iv..ia. Fr *. may have. atfHln.t t .hr E.-, ">. C.. la Kwhe k or
Hill with. Rev. and :Mrs.: Jim The show will be staged at tI.bllll.r: Ind.ppnd.nIl1. Notice I I. hereby glr.n that C'. J,: I...."....""r. Qt.. hn'ss. and Get
Tuesday. evening April 20, at ATC system which trains air- MornIng service will beginat .., I !\t'rl Tlrrrna a Day
i 7:30: p. m Saturday Apr. 24. I rot toil John D. 1HHK the holder fliarlf' K: ..\ *ei. r>. -a.'
8 p.m. in the school cafet- Strickland. men and officers In the diverse I 11 with devotional serviceby :Htubllltrr P.. Rev. and Mrs. Clarence at the Fairgrounds. pivot .HfllonHni'k filed aalil certifli'ast"o'< a tarn r'lorldK. ,I., fir. C .HUM' J ltMl, <- Ticket
orlum. During the meeting attended revival l I| skill required by the I Deacon Mills.] Music will ', .t Standard ...1 n"h wld*. .1..... to he 1..4.. thr..,n. The of HrJfnf. '"".i. i k'l.,.r...lallra'lford
the pupils in Mr. Edwards Knight aervices Mental nation's aerospace force. {I be furnished by the St. John illtrhln tvp. *. c-ertifiaaut. DU"'..'.. and y arof imintiiri' H-.iiist Last Wee".slnnu

MI's. Lamonds, and Mrs.Douglas's Friday night at Long | Health Airman Moore is a graduate Jubilee Singers. The message! I'I rrynui t'.uilt; .: tt.oon pound. I fiimi"n"*". that tl crtptInn. ", i tiirtrlt' Itria'lfl. < '.unP'lorlilm. PATSY NORMANCash
i Brunch Baptist Church. VKIANT: I 11:11: > U>\UKll. : the pr"|>*rtr." and th. namr, In within .ix l *> m-miii-'
rooms will be in i j Is Rotary Topic of RJE High School. will be delivered by Rev Al- fir ,
; flticketlnlnum, $ width t" Mhlih It was a. .u...| are a from tile tt .f 'ihe ftit'
charge of the program. All Mr. and Mr*. Buddy. Bra<1- j phonso Jenkins. Sunday after :]'I <-I...,n the, fall, trend. width a',? e.........: II.-ml..n ,,f ,thin tp...1. e Pot NOW

parents and teachers are eha.w attended a Horse Show Fish Fry Set Airman tat class John E. noon at 2:30.: Edgar Lodge No I I I til* I trvtor whv""lfl with ml. nlnnim Certlftcat* No. tt Year ..t | Biu-h aba ... ilfiii.ind, rtin,.a i'f
\ of f ,
.ItP.\lr 14. .tlhk tt lisaasna'! 15)5.ja.srIphiqn h* In tvrltin and 111111. ami.,
strongly urged to attend this Sunday in Lake City. I I II Chandler, formerly of Rt. 1,1: 201 will have chat-Re. The address I""np "'t.raan., :. aliI! a. nf Property I Lot I the pla,.n nf relili'ii.' soil. P"1ofrif $25.00

meeting.The Mrs. K.: D. Higsrlnbotha-n An Interesting discussion of Starke recently arrived for I will be given by Fred feel Inrtnnl t lr NXV'. of "W'. an p...,. In .. aitdr' .** ..r h. .Illiniumand

and anna of Hllllnrrl vlsitwl mental health was presented ] l 1"11.1 l '' ( ditpth (flat ) ; 4 Inrlin r."K., 70...- sit K. li WID'' match be worn t.. h> th..
]last holiday of this I at the Rotary Club Wednesday duty at Langley AFB In VIr-, Alexander. Grand High Priest.At I ... Vat 'llIlnm. H P ...c. 12 T-II I Inlinant, hi. .*.1. .", hi* >ut Duality D. avatf quality
j .
school term will be Good Friday here Monday with Mrs. Ba- ,'|1 glnia after a tour of service 6 p. m. the Easter program Th. Irn.'tor uliull b* furnli.hi'cl. I t rnry. imp It II !$-. "m. v,',11, 1 PreacrlpUon S
ford and grand. ,,, by Dr. Richard McOec./ In Okinawa. He Is presently I) will be held. Miss Mary Lun- with full flow .iren-we.hlo. oil Name In which,, ..**."..d Joint ."nrdlna"o DKL:(iS
April 16. Closing day of children. !!I assistant professor Depart- I tilter funl *)ri.t'iu filter, t'....- A Annie' WllllAtna '! .. i- .,ilU..rhull. ,,1"1 imi KOI
school for this term is June : mont of Clinical Psychology j assigned as an aircraft load- day In charge. Rev. Alpbonso JI j .I..n'l| throMI". iminplrte 1:- the County of Li...d'urII\ La1.. I' "trl'I."t, "pl.. of hi. .lahri i. lie. Your Next R* KilledKOCH'S

Mrs.. F. B. Coleman and :! matter with a Tactical Air Jenkins pastor j volt li'tr1riil" rntrm, nil nwcH* ,>f FloiM" enable the fount''' .luila- AT
4. Baccalaureate ,services are J. Hillls Miller Medical Center .itry htia'k.t. rgulrd for 'Intullulljn All of auld property. bMlnv Infill mall on* to Oath. p.x.. ."tn.,. '.
son "spent lust weekend in ; Command unit which supports Greater Allen Chapel AME' .
1 I .
scheduled for Sunday afternoon Gainesville '. n( from vti'l l''Hdi. *** .'lLh'pl'llt'"t.\ ". certlfJeat pr** >ntutlvePntfll I
June 6, at 4 Graduation Jiicksonvlllo with :Mr. and,'., the TAC mission of providing Church. Baxter Sunrise service utiil hai'k-lvM, hour tn-...... fnlKHU ,. .. ahull be rdtnimi' aicorrtlr'a \f>fll \ I'' I I' ,

p.m. Mrs. B. F. Coleman and daughter. Dr. McGee has been trained firepower and other air will begin at 5 a. m. Sunday .'. .oil |'....u,.. ....u.<-. tenii i I : trt law the property d..- Clara C"ilarai, "RF nPLn'rI&Yfor
exercises will be held I[I .. .... .
.o'.r. 9il aui-h '
I in community mental |1"r'Ullr. tfHiitftr.' | irtlflrat i ir
| School .11..0'1 "
support to U. S. Army forces. at 10 with Miss Fannie .
Monday afternoon June 7, at I|I Hfiiaor hour lattory.onilutit" j fra I. win 'h. wild tu the "
Mr. and Mrs. .Tames! Cole- health with emphasis on comi Chandler Is the son of Ed- Bell Frazier in charge MornIng hyiliiinlk!, rtmn *n.l i nntrol "h..t lliMer at the nurtholm '

S p.m.The. man and daughters. spent the 'i munlty stresses suicide prevention man Chandler and Mrs.\. Anna' .service at 11 At 3 p. m .1..1| i und r"l'l '" op.ratt'l| door. on the flrt .Xlnnd4T i I
Spring Dance sponsored ,nil rfiulpmnnt' ape. tried ml In month uf May. 111. hichIn -
the Athletic weekend in Jacksonville with ,, and epidemiology of C. Wright. He la a graduate ) the Senior Choir Union will ttitmloil" ., i-apaottle? .. I the Irsi l duv of May 1 I"*VPitted ,I

by Dt'PlLrt-1 Mr Colemans' parents Mr. ,i mental disorders In urban of RJK Hlnh School. be held In Lake Butler. Rev. <. 'liuilllhi, mIni reaar loud' this smith day. of Mar..hIHlU. _
ment was held Friday I .ui.l, full iii lit.. I '
lie was Introduced by I _
nnd Mrs. Ellis Guldens and areas. I SCHOOL NEWSElementary [ Levy Lennon host pastor/ The : (grilling
in the school Music for I Tlii, triirtoi tin', ''Kboe find (t.iari: __
gym. family. : B. F. Mizell Jr. j I II Activity Night Easter program will be held front,, sail., loiiili-i, chill \Li.. ..... I INlRtieil R.utah M .1.. t>. C j ,

the occasion was furnished President Buford Mitchell j at 4:30.: Services will be conducted tu opiritt, ". it 'I.I..t.| 'J C'I.l .ik ..f 'I'lrrtilr Court of nra.l-, .tc '
by the Checkmates. Mrs. Franklin Hlfrgl.ibVi.hamof I was observed Wednesday 'unit lit ri-oinmand, ..l I'.r" t in. : fvrU County. Flotlda broiling, ;

NEW AIlRIVAt.Mr. j St. Petersburg and Mrs. announced that the public Is April 14. at 8 p. m. under tbe ) with the program. All muniii', tut' er f"i, th. it.ii.'d, 41U4 : __

Dorothy Blanton of JacksonI Invited to Rotary's annualRuralUrban direction of Mrs. E. L. Kittles.' leaders. are asked to pleas "f'rttce! ,It phiill b>* lliid, braising. p'
and Mrs. F.clll'nrIn: <"pl" mM.**nil.lvd. IUUIMtil | 50114 I: 0. 4IPi.l4.flOl _
the birth of I I vllle vlaited< Saturday! herewith Day fish fry at Guests participating/: were An. { contact the members.Bethel ., Sill' t... lung announce
a I,. Mr. and Mrs. Doaa HlgglnlK the fairgrounds at noon Wednesday dcn'Hon Junior High School, Baptist Church Rev. k." The mippllrr., of I lulu iUip-' *_. is...*. r. ..
girl Carol Sue born Friday I nivnt plieS JM.> provide N'.itlcA hereby that
Apr. 21. A. IC Ilii i |I. a 'n.
Umm. Lawtey. and Walter E. HarrIs' Vlnson pastor. Sunday
| > Mr T J the holdi
April 9 at Duval Medical Center .. .
-i ( I J A (r\" y ar warrantyi'oi '
In Jacksonville Mr. and June Hlgrg-lnbotham ST. WARDS .
I BASEBALL GAME: School 10 a. m. wjth Devon* on 'th. complete. unit from filed .11 prttfirata f..r a ,tai
:Mrs.! Millard Strickland are I I of Mr. and Mri. Doss Hlfc- I I CATHOLIC) ('lIrR('" I Julius the date. of ".deliver. iind I. la.u.d (li..roD. Themrtifliat
to' Royal jr.
the maternal grandparents. j i g'lnbotham .spent. the week- The Tigers journeyed Bupt. .in Itl) .trla.. ,.tirntatliiat / ,* number and ,.ar
charge. The Easter Program : time of d tUvr nf 'liiatB.e. the drrlnttnn) ," >f
end in Jacksonville with her Starting Holy Gainesville to play a fascinating / ; ; Innlruct
Mrs. ;Manning and new baby ) will be held following Sunday'
were .able to return to their aunt Mrs. Lena Joyner. I Apr. 15: confessions! 5:30: p.m. baseball game with Lincoln III. ,unit which It wa "..r..<"i .. a* ;;

home here Sunday,' I Ronnie Miller ion of :Mrs.: I I to *l..10: p.m. followed by evening High team Thursday at School. BTU at 6 p.m., Mts l ill i Curuplft m.tnt.t.a.tce' ., follow-
I Marie Thomas president. In manual. and puna' llt for .In* truncate Xo. lij rear ofIsatunue $yit
cnrncH NEWS Louise Miller is confined to Mass and first Holy 1:30.The: charue. .'I'oniplot, unit .' laiig

\ NAS Hmtitnl in .Ta' "B'nvllle) Communion. Tigers won over Muc- rity,, .I-VIIIK. .. .11 or ('It)' Of Htaik. n'rlnton. | nr Property I 1.utI "
The attendance in Maxvlllo for observation."Tyrone clenny 9-6. They are working CARD OF,THANKS -. !,1 ....rl... VlorldiiII i'I In HK C_ nf .. of N1' "t f 'al
Baptist Church Sunday School ( flood Friday: Solemn Good 1 We do Mrrrlll Hilward.: W" nf SW, '..' .\ ,*
(to 1 for winners In thlIame.\ acknowledge and appreciate l I 110 p-t KVV K; i if nrtffi roasting
Miller rctur'ieil for
was 126. The attendance bun- Friday liturgy at 6:30: p. nt. the 'wwdl'and Merrill t.J; i.. .rJ.. I i'lty flrrk Sa.. hI ,
I many kind .r : Tit.. R-ii Si:
played Macelenny in '
his home They 4 jt 4 :
here I Jit wcelt' from ,
ner wee won by the Primary : Adoration/ and Holy communion deeds during the time of'' Name In whl. h, Jul.,
boys. The ladle clana ,i Imiiuna where he hud' bee.l ,i ii I lltrlbiite, < day April 0, home game. j I oln I- .'lo /.r.. ,: II boiling,
young our sorrow. God Bless each of )
making his home for \vhllo.i NOTICE: '0'1'1'i f: t .\I of .. roprtr tittnf In
i I .lo
won the efficiency banner. Holy Siiturdny: Confessions | Dell Chapter 168 OE3 wlllm..ct you.-Mrs. Maurice J. White I'" %nNiili' ir Wit eotIM; \ ,|I the f''Y of llradf..rd Stat.I ti stewing.
Kvcryone: is Invited to attend I Rev. Newton former pastor 0:30: to 7:1.1: p.m. jKiiiter I und family A pulillc hrarlnw, will l b. hrdl' I of Vlur 'IiII:; .
of Mnxville Chur.-h. Is Thursday night/ April L'nlas..i'h .'.rtllvstee iha;,
Baptist i I "in Tuodar' I.Y., IOC'S, at I'i iHI
Easter services Sunday morn- : Vigil services. at 7:30: ; DEATH; AM! I ...
/ FCNEH.IL he rdnid
a patient in Riverside Memorial IS, at 8 o'clock in the Mason I llto.A M I In th I, I'Vmrtrooiti.' ."In. h' law 1
ing. Following services a nne-i p.m. followed by Solemn :Mnss. Brownlee Mr. Cahill Lumpkln died'' IJrlulror""un'',' PourtteoiiM.. i, the pcuvarljr, ... ... In filchinrtlffcmt tF31.
Hall SU- .
Hospital in Jacksonville.! on Street. I Stark. ,l''l' ur ..rtiri, t. wilt
da I singing will be held. Aiimlny' % : Easter Sundayinnss I at hU home. 808 '"Id. to > .u..l.r thvrqu .
N. Hall
Smith W. asks all 1 Mold the hlvhrtt t hivldet atI
j ter 1\1. r that that **riMln ivun''> > t In l
The Long Branch Bnpt'st' Grandma WplLhaimen. .. t:>'k.d at 0.30; () n.m. I Iaslgned Street Monday morning at 9 ardd road tint"' In MM. lion 'I ".> court house d.tor on th.

Church reported a large crowd j I with ht'r'sister.. M..... E>rtha'Hutchcwn J' t a. m. after a long; iUnnui. 110 Tutrnnlilp S Houtll iIsae. first Monday In month of Uay.l ,
I Sunday In :Mcn! I Jt TCunt ,iinl rtinnins from. H'atiItoarl l..r.. ,H-liU h I. the Ird dar ,"*
attending Revival services lust | CorrectionThe mechanic In Funeral tecvicts will be held inn,. on the n rat P... .Italy, ",.,. !ISIS
Week. Park Calif. by phon The !, : ns Saturday at 10 a. m. at Koud. 11.1110.'b.> ......t. b* 1 r>4l. this :llh day at March, '
I first. time ,the two hid chatted HeitU iiaiters<| Buttery 1st : < ,Inert ," '
FKBSONALS: Cheittnut
: date of the Rotary Club' Region Armv Air Defense' ,I Funeral Home. The. ('tiarl..'. A Putty, r-l.rk < K:. t.) .
Sunday dinner of'' in 03 years. The occasion was1.. body will be carried '' ll.mrd .. Hiilah) M Moody f> < 1\1.
jrucsts fish fiy appearing on the } to t{ash- pf County; C<>iuu.>i 'iDnr* :
Mr. and Mrs. John North and to celebrate Mrs. 1lutcheoos53rd cover of the official Fair program command at .t. Ti>ttt>n, N. Y.I' yule Oa. for burial. i, It..dt"1.0. \ ( ,"t,.. rkirld' ,,'.1.1 of itrt.ttlt' i"'UI nf thai. .
Grandma wlllj Ho entered the Army in uRUHt It 4I <>nflmt7, Kl
family Were Mr. and Mrs." booklet is an Cl'IOTlu I Survivors are a '\wife Mrs. 4 1 .l 4 ,.
Roger North and children of be 83 in November. time fry I Iii 19U1 i and 1 completed. basic Ella Lumpkln Starke: and 'otIu II:: .... ., r"1'rO"ll" luNlml.ILit *
correct for the fish !I .. ""
training at Kurt Jackson.. riniictrin%
; iviiriots nNoilt .rIK. for baking
Jacksonville and, Mr. and Mrs. 12 noon Wednesday Apr. 21. 8. C. The 1 19-year-old! soldier' three brothers. Ben Luroptcln.j: l I.. hrreliy alv.u 'talh ..1 In 1. ." l-'or A lv>pU, '11r ,

Dave Covardale. i 136 Deaths I Jacksonville: J D. Lumpkln untlurilvni-it .."..-. in. pro. i 'Nienae tplmnn"

The community extends I /graduated< from Urudford IIla'h' and James Lumpkln Valdotita. > ....1..'.. or CliiUr| -".":.S !..It.. I .s4 lr_. .%,n4 ll".uV.'n... 1 II.ita''t ,n frying glazing.. .
School in 1P04.) ,' of riurliU. AL.I .,r 1114 1 L U1Olrenit ,
ympathy: to the family of I Recorded Here, I I 0.. .rrgi.t., .im "I, L". '....1. "r tti. V.,,, .art1 herein. ....'II.'I'' (

Homey Starling of Macclenny. t Court I In, aiMl f..r U.sal- it 1..1 'Ian l for rh. "Iol''ti I'
'I 24 From CancerBradford ; SERVICE MEN ford Cnuair. .Klorid .tiPua. r.. ;i I'MM* ian *?, *'hnfdn h*.
:Monle: Gene. son of ru i. ruN ""' infant 1 il9t' of l Pr."' ? 'f |It ti'llatl .n wf 'lt iii you ar* .'ul.I -
:Mr. and Mrs Joj Looney. is | I Pvt. Frank L. Clark: son of !?\: 'Ion 10 ""U.nTIl'J ..:"* |,I this notice 'the "fi.-titiou! cainef _tv. a o.-p. .I y..sar.. In.." ...
County reported ASP WOMEN" : Mr. and Mrs Frank C. Clark :: M 1 11tltJ.UY: HIVKN i ,i I WIY-NIHK.. RKP.tlll. under ,il..* a patient in the Bradford" i 136 deaths In 1964 and 24 of luSt..' its.. I'ltjr ViinmliMli.n. at 'h. I'I. which. I am *nt44 In im.l. 55... Cl. a vine -
I .
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County Hospital. I| tI\NK'-17 cent oC the to- t.>f Route 1. Hampton; recently Hy nr :Htnrfc I. 'v..II.ln"< na at Ruut. t .lux !*. $Htarka.. ..... I uj .., \> .tout! etI.-'.
per for .
; nenlwl M.u' whlrn' will b.. .. K'or'd' '! fil itr
Mrs. M. J. ( l completed a Hnanre% procodtirun Ftc. <. k and (
Thomns and Mr. I tftl-were attributed to cancer : ri-felrml. i>;y the l'ltv ('lrk ht II W Cr*. ., 1 l"it" 1 Lbs t .ss'Itnt5' .ti.C 01, ..r Qlrai5lflg' Ln

and Mrs. Frank Thomas of I| I>. H. Peterson. executive j, course under the Reserve :thi.til:, ;citr 00 of m*rh:: rl6rlcl;' un i I Starts. *. KlurliU. ..uir! vivunrfl I .1. ,!fyi, C or the .'1... nf ('r.
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Knllntmpnt: Program at p M. T..,...t tilts tutu| ,AIIV .f Mr..hi | cir nit Miirt ..r ...I. ll.
vice of the AmerIcan last .
president > MI' hl-h .
( .
line they trill i A. IX un at tMarar Ilscdf.r.4I I, It..rida, 'n ''ci
the I
Claude Green last Tuesday Cancer Society division I Army Flname SchoolFt. 10. epn.., .11,1 r"tii. County I'lnrKU, a.. tIp. I uIn ,I L Uih I I d.t of M e.g. .I..X I I .
Harrison. In ,lit. Oitv rounrll 'I I .
Benjamin Ind. .nf..r..n. .
I1I,1ht. out 1'1' <, tl i- .o. a dsair. i pr" "
office I" Tampa. points HUOIII at I lit. *'lt> 1111 r > '.. .._., .
Mr. and :Mrs. During the five-week courn he ; : H Th* ( .. t .rt nf Tklaklk win he t kn *|*iuI '
Lacy Green of that many lives could be TMK: HIROrAj' OF 1l\K Ifi. I ." J*.l..ial 1 I I...... 01I the relief demmi .. tim.tla' .
Jacksonville! !' were!' last Wednesday ,- saved from cancer if precautionary received Instruction In disbursing / [)1'>4TIU, i. '1'lt.'R 'I91'Iy.'; ,.,_... .. lint ._.. it..4fe.... 'then

rooming' visitors of accounting and examination -: I'ia) WITH A FKItST KXl: > I ....... I. c.hacree. Imir.l .t ",.rk.. fr"'r.rt
measures were takenin tAAJ1'lt: Ilt* s. I'... -\..t14. .4+xtlluu .......inrinrlila. this I .
functions of Army finance Np'lfl.4' .
time. / hereIpi.I5I5IiI. I. .. H. ll--.. \'a"'t.' v* ,f. 'I h. !'.6.
These measures Include: regular pfneefl. ,I. INFOItXI: ITIO.V'II t.lllUn Kll>a>bih <)l>-. >..(.njam ,V > l.l
( II will b. in* sol!.. .> -
The 21-year-old soldier attended uin- hi.,I.. .\ r>*rl>..
Septic Tank and medical clu'Ckupti by IMIIIV nc the MliMrr. n., .lIv..t|| ,
I i- .k, of the Circuit >
Bradford County High l>'r nniillv of mill hi. i>r''i>

DRAIN nE1.1I1'JST.I.I.TIOS> recognition qualified of physician symptoms, such and School ami WAS also enroiieIat t.the th,CHy. .tty of Mturkn..'I.rk'e Vlurjrt..ft..... nn..f riorld In I'be< Nm* Of the 4
To Ulllan' KlltahvH ','.. I. it* <-1.."
St. John River Junior nrivtnr\ the ,
as tlios* described In "Cllnce1"s 4I'biI,,> hmn. ." climlnit,.. hour and .rho* residence' la u.10...,.. n. I' .a \ A "H' WP
fnr .
Seven Danger Simps'' ptU"I'I1. College in Palatka.Pvt t rriMpc <>f Tn. are hrbx n>.&1(1Ih.. .uf. Walnut. *itr..tMi
Hack Hue 101.10... ifl.ln: \.. ."",,1., h.. .nutrkrftoiiviti. .
Work I
lets offered without rose by 1'I, $' r.tIMI: TOR .a suit in elIOT; In whi.-h. in* u. .1. P'l..r.Is.
'Dump Out Service -. "'"n."t. !: OP'l IVt'fMTRI I r.H r.lI.r x>'IIIH I Ie div.i' .-., t iui> -.iiiy. r.r .I.tttun.ra
: the American Cancer Society !ii... ril, ..t asalitat. run INO 4 a 4 fTirir
Dallas L. 1'1' \('vt'Pu. Jet .
I Crawford son \t.It.: .:'u P all 'round
irt and .
Top! Soil Eatly detection and l'ompt.proppr \<-.KHOK'Pnipoiuil.. .: .or.. Hal.! In the an. .r.aamd
of Mr and Mrs. D. K. .
I Onurt. anil aa.., an.l' trriirtrto.
'\rd treatment has saved of Rt. 1, Ua\\-tey, tinb..n In 'tr,"plh'.I..shall l>* uhmll-$ you are ...........". l. ..r.)..r4 .n.1 l lr 1 a'V""I' \ l, Ul*( MAB4.RN.

SepticCompany thousands of lives! Peternon 1',1 Rlti.r., iiitiat alh! .... toe0 ..inl tu fit* your wiittnol .>!!_ ta hereby aiya;' tbit I I
said. 2nd 14 Thomas B. (1 'III. Asiyned to the 2nd l lArmonext l irhntlnn .n.wer o. d.".... te n." .'net. I ha\ filed' ,my final return a*
Proof of this It found in i i i "* Aay chtnr* or better
1 Cavalry\mNI't li.'V: ittion ram the,.. <& hi laid tan.. !a the "t KVUIUI <>f th. laL. .' tSar.. cooking.
more than 1.300.000 Americans Air Fore Flight/ Dynamics: in :, ,.. or iletall Rutlfira.tin. In> (I..lie of tit. .....*u...;ne4l k.'l 1..rant I \v, Culle*. iac--d. la .the .
Germany. A tank any x-hu-rt''
Phone 96fl2UlGAINESVILLE!\ : 1 crewman ... .... if Brad*
alive today. who have laboratory WJ'lght.Paoltcrson their .Ptmlui-i\ d.,<... not mt the acid reset Jt .1' rlirMa. 1.j. < Uf'.n
been cured of cancer A,KM. Ohio recently took the in Troop L of the 2mt Armored ,, mlnlnttini. ...'uI......*,"'. of thwMHi on ar bfor lb. Jth djot > I ( ..ltl) ,.. *; that ..I5svi tlie HIT*, raoy, rnnlern way
for di
.. .
Cavalry/ Regiments 3rd I I *t''tCIcllts. mint IMT April. !lU.! aid to per .1. HIT priitlin "'
In the 1063$ fund drive now oath of nfHce for appointment Cd In .,1".1. I.Uu rxvlain-.,'.eompaflVIu rupr thr...r on HolTi.* T .,,,.. .e4 (or had di,.- ..fueakit.clnthats
Reconnaissance Squadron. Pvt. knight plulnttff attornnh ./ c5arg' *ai si l court, that
being In the Regular Air Force. their .bit. .nl
I conducted throughout' Crawford entered tbe Army I| fit> '..10.... ar. tu lnrlu.1 rl*- ..... *.'14,.'. U f. IK l.r....rIf. ': 4'5 Seth! t*. ISIS. at l It'; I II -, cl.cleaner, _leI. .
the Stats Peterson: said that to WrlghtPatmanin .. ri.vA I M. I will I auply' to
Assigned livery to the .', *tara riorlJ on or for precioj <-c-of-mirW(
in Octoer lt>44 and \ *" Hall i rW >
AWNING co. thousands of volunteers will' 4II It lI..t. lf>dl. Lt. Dyal I U rompUtje I Kl rllaOl. pelt dtp a. r,*<,11lre.l DV ,tA. ..I.II. |I linn Thermit A. T ttn. s'patatyJmi'isi. .
'' .. flajneleM automatifi
get a
1 ba.-ilc combat Kolif'
< training at Federal .:.." ." and .Ptal U* of Klnrld* and f.'t .jprnw.l fmamIvyturn.
try to ralno tl.200.000: so that assistant program manager for Fort Jackson S. C. I H.fcle. I''.... ar. not a.ppli. ,'11..I. Court If you t..11| .o i.i d> .n4( fr flesh. ,j Utx-bam* a' ELECTRIC RANGE
Premium Quality the cancer control programs: !; the JJiitlonul, Supersonic Trans anil, 1 aboulil n..t l 10.. Inclu4i In deereC pro >,...a(*>*.> will, *. .". a* Ki: -*.1'.e .ta.. *.rY* ..t'

"Poor Bay Prices" of scKntUlo r..xe.rch. public I! port Program at Flight l II>ynnmics ,: Yinr prt... P.pUnn:. rlltl', lrre l .or.I.t yOU f"r the neil..f ,, t.... XV cully d* *a4lt, Youll love itt !
and Pfr. OeraM K. Conner son cat**. If r.'iu'r.I.. are t la !I. d.'And"" I. ,to. ..ploLnt. Tht March 14. a.4' i iC
professional education Laboratory lievn. i 'arnish.4" bt". ." I f.
and patient services may be I! previously stationed .at I. ukUn.l of :Mr .nnd Mr*. K. T). Conner Kl.l.l.r. an.l,% will b* flla! out by ... o..*. a ***lc f--)r four <*on.*.- II I :

expanded and Intensified to1 I of Ralford was named th. "ItTlb ntlT.. w...kt .la Drailfae i.**un I IIT | II I I :: Se* ln si
) KB. NAn AntorHo. TexasA
Soldier of The ( .Ml hi''.'''''* meet farnlH' T" wn>_*Hi.ia.> and
help save more lives. native of llnulfortl Conn- XfrK'.ll: for' the ha.. itrt** foP compter* untiI Mini'S< U. ,last ,. r..... .... ... I. t yottrtlectrie

I IUn Lt. l> fL'OI1II I 4th U. S. Army \n "ll. Cv>m-1 I >f>*ririccl however. RM.Ier may u ltn-.. mr hand a..' th' tad fair Br. .,wf.r. I *..l>. appluim* deal
('.\ OF TII\NK<4 ty. yal graduated mand In Korea during March ..."nl, unit prl..... fai, any .i-. **al, ef *ali{ ('''''.1.' mark...*'I. ,....
Bradford High School in 1Slllrk" | 'Ira ptli>nal *ulpntint. or ...* r'l.M-M. this ',oIIAr..1Io tl ".*. C.ti.t .ifAMBULANCE
Patio We wish to extend sincere and received a bur he-1' H Ie was selected for his *i>l> I ...*...rl.. thai he feel ,...,1.. (If\tIT 'OI"RT &AL' P'It':, e : Vros.4' a .. .eaod,
our 'nei4.l'ttoliw
Se ..* ftaoJMCabaaai lierly appearance, knowleilg
C..rta thanks. to all our friendsfor l lor of science degree In aemnx and performance of dutl's: .iT> each li*. ".iint. II I .

their kindness and >ce engineering from the ,, any In rMtfe IVrovM\ **].
lymrMi- and military courtesy.. I I i I" > nidiinr .warrant. bjr % 'ir'u.
Utibrr Ream* thy dtirmgthe. Illness\ University.. \>t FlorUU In 1943. ..r .. SERVICE I
and A member of the ud'e 'III1..t ( tiltlittne; thai th. .prl' '
Wm".w Awnmft. death of our beloved mother. He Is a Distinguished Military comm ij'l' "l..l |I" M. p..p."L..11\\ PHONE "4.2
Graduate. Engineer Company, the firm Cnn a |IwrkI l vf altiv i ... .
FREE ESTIMATES We especially want to thank from Officer Trnin- 31-year-old' soldier emte:04: Uie :| .<.y. from the date nf lid open DeW C. Jones Funeral Home

T.,,,,< Available Hr. Adams. the Stnrk( NursIng lag B'hooan.1\ .H the son of in :Novejrnbr i I mi Itnl... .oL".I. ..,.... t ELECTRfC-COCK INGfltlUA
Army 10.1J!
Mr. and Mrs.'' Nate H'al I l of.'. completed til! ) Th.., ritjr C.'Un.' II r .irrth .>
: Home. Rt'v.V E Hall. I' ba. lc training at Fort .. rl'.M te ...J..t...,. ..i* alt? .Wt c Jane Registered Fvjutral
Call Coiled D
Rev Roman Alvarez and Jones H.'mptorLake. Cordon, C..,.. and arrived over- I! hI.Ia to e.i., .r".hI.. an" SUrfcc. FU.
----- I to s..pi any Mil thr* 'aim I
376-8888 Funeral Home OiM Bless Pvt eiia In October 1904 lit U a Item. ,t.;; be r., 15,,. K.a? Iatt..t, -
.Gainesville all of you' Family. of Sfrs. Robert A. :Momly. son[1 1MB graduate of Union County ', pf the ciiy ..f 4Mrhf' I RENAL IRVC

: Deborah Johnson. I I nt Mr. .and t Mr\ *. Lttther M. I ilvl. .ih 4 Ml* HMi.t tt. .1.i il4 i, fOBU LIT COkirAIT BtlPS 10119 ftOHQ*

Moody of Starke, baa been, High Srhoot. I|! company..In In.11'. an. t.ffur, of the I I I I I M-.W. a ...


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Behind 11-Hit AttackHamilton !; eligible to convert- to lifetime jI j

memberships in the .\MuclaI I

I Handcuffs Live Oak: 9-1 On 2 Hits ''Ri I 1 people tlon Odom In was the one U S of 233 to:! receive young jI

Junior memberships liuit '1
Tough Live O.k absorbed a month I
9-1 battering h re Tuesday ing when they scored! their an 8-5 loss II I I
from a Tornado nine which only run. The lone tally came LIVE OARSTATISTICS 'I With 13 Points Syt r Charley
with one man on base when : t
launched a two hit pitching i 1 W I THE RIGHT POINT:< fer the
attack and rapped 11 safeties! Tornado right fielder Paul; '! AB II R WHY you write. Comp In and Et

off the once defeated Bull 1 McLeod lost a higii fly ball In Reddish cf 300 Tornadoes Finish elect yrur' favorite JSTfR.IUtOt : : .

dogs. the sun. 1 Hamilton. p :331: i tLL. iW )". Fountain r... TELl Johns
It was the third straight Two runs crossed the plate Falcon S3 :320W. :I H ORo\r.
victory for the up and coming far Live Oak and the high : McLeod 3b 413
Tornadoes and evened fly seemed to be a home run. !Elder o 403: : about
their season record at .... ,, but the runner was called out i P. MoLeod. rf 301 Fifth At Fletcher ? question:
Live Oak had lost only to Pa- for railing to touch second I
Reese. Ib 433: I l "A fire that Mtartcd in theft
base and only count t" .
lAtka. one run
If 431
Sanderson.! ore below swept thru
Senior Mark Hamilton allowed !- ed. The batter was credited|i t Akridue. 2b :300|f Bradford tTigli (?'nc1I\d. demunatrated fine harm clearing BBggga _... '_._._ ", our "second floor office.
the Bulldog only one with> a single. The only other r Falcon is leading the Tornado -i tallied 13 points live of them the bur more th"n'hall a a196465 H you have I, Now t that it IK 'too late
hit off Hamilton in the 1 1 BHS Golf TeamThe we
good hit ant. funs baseman. ,, on Chtlson'H
hitters through the first junior Roger first foot l lluisa MiiUL IUrt h.line
Joey Reese and third sacker sixth on a drive up the mid- eight games with, a scorching: \ I pUre llnulfurd High !N>Ie hl golf "1.,1| | *h"n n almel of fnc. sail
<> equipment
Wayne' McLeod led the 11 hit dle.The 900 average with 12 hits In to take fifth place In tho an and tits feet In con.ldeird
l tat front row |II-H' John supplies" uninsured. la
attack with three safeties Tornadoes talked first 24 trips. Joey Reese had add- 1 noel Fletcher Invitational : very good, for H fieahmau.! He
each. Both had a pair of in the third frame when I eel SO percentage points to his I Saturday. nmy well clear 12 feet before I ; hark row I Hvld $Ilrox. Jim Godeln.. Hill .Vliuiw.. service there n new Office Contents

InsIra and a double In four Hamilton helped his own I average over the last week j The TornailoM were the I the season is over, his coach and Flip C.r..II.C'rtaln'y I :. Policy( for just t such

trips. cause! by walloping a, triple. going from .989 to hot .44& i only dud A teams among the predict I your local National Guard ofllrt'M at ours?"

Hamilton fanned 10. walked Shortstop Don Falcon walked with 10 hits in 33 trips. nine area i-hoola. to compote. StArko'a Tony Lawson rovared I can help
only three and blinked: the and Wayne McLrod sent them Catcher Dwight Elder has I awardingto Coach David. the mile in 4:31: Saturday I John Odom III you

Bulldogs after the third Inn0 both home with a double the added nine percentage: points |I.Htirx Th* HM. team finished his beet time to date, to I Is Junior MemberOf Charley E. JohnsAgency'
second of his three tits Mc- to his average and is banging aha of Class. AA Gainea- take fifth place. The junior In ,

Leod then scored on a singleby away at a .444 pace with 12''Yl1Ie f HiRh< School: which plau- roller l led the puck for 3'" Angus Auoc.I I CWO AI Crosby 131 $. Walnut St.
1 1a catcher Dwight Elder one hits in 37 at-bats. and third I ed seventh a town that: hit* : Up but simply rots out of I I'
of two hits for him Tuesday.First Armory KM PIION.96..0201.: .
sacker Wayne McLeod is hitting hasten the local twice this I,| ga*. Coach Hume. aald I John D. OdIn III, of *
baseman Joey Reese .407 and is ll-for-27 j spring. in dual nircti. I! Th. mile relay. team also\ Suuke>, ire boon granted' a or Call !>r,|.'.>211
.> UttOCMJ!: HAMOWAAt AND SUI''IY the Red] team in the fourth I hitting a torrid .299. Elder his left hand, threw the dl.i-i i Unbilled In the monf'y.t Garoly t Amnrlcan Angus Asuorlntlon!
when he led off with a double. fourth pluoo with a time of at St.
j I still hold a large margin on cue 138 ft. H Inch to win l1, Joseph! Mo
Left fielder Marlle Sanderson I I RBTi with IS Falcon Wayne' 1 that event Suturdiiy' but h. I ::1.41.6. It wa not the bent h\ 4v5i The junior\ membership entitles EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING
a followed with a single. Hamilton MoLeod, ant tHee aU had : has tosw-d over 140 feet Coach !i iflur '' effort that the tonil'lnntlon. E the member to rrgUteiI
walked and Falcon wash five. ,.. Pays. 1''nf I-iawwon. 1)svld 1 Shannon/ I purebred. Angus, cattle. at .ivguInr COMPLETE: :
safe on an error by the left FYonhmnn pole vaulter nirharrt ,I', Paul KanfitMUvn, and Marshall, 'i m .inl>eiHhlp latin and tithe SERVICE AM It) NEW: INSTALLATIONS

fielder scoring Reese Wayne I Klrchnine nntmh d third :': Beam have turned In this *eu-i rnngrntulntloniiaro I pilvllom-s of the AaioiU
McLeod followed with his JC Teenage ''With. leap of im fret and '1 1I ,: anti.I due the Btarke timm on tine until the" age of :31 Al i FKKK:.: ESTIMATES: : It
third straight it to clean the their win In the Pro-Lndy that time. Junior member are
bases. Ro d-E-O : Tournament In KIIYIlIo"l' Wp Phono 964-2904

The final two runs canto In Garden Tops King 5-4 I'' are real promt of each of
Despite 'I'
I I -
the fifth when Paul McLeod Set Saturday hem, Ilixnrr W and Joey Reese led off -with Of &U'lino. Shirley Johns, and
Display Pitching
consecutive similes. McLeod I 11.11'.I.n'Nt.. Their team..
"ws thrown out at scond Stark .teenager.( will have I I I .ncme wa 1\9.
base but Emmett: Akrldire the opportunity to prove their I Starke's Oordrn Restaurant Townsend alngli\1 an1 cored Hhlrlov rame in third In her
walked and Sanderson wns skills Urin Baturday at. shy I softball team fanned Softball on ..JoS.r'. triple night In the. K.YIlIOfnvi.\ -
awaits a safe on fielder's choice to load'I'' 10.1.. annual Stark Jaycee: King<< Eddie: FfUiner'i !our- The final two run came In .tatliinnl. last w,vk. Mnrvalen
i'1 eri W t be sir to f the bun,*. Two run scored I I, Teenage ftorld-E-O. Prise and i man hlbitlon team to a ft-4 the fifth Inning of the game won her fllcht In the. same
u.w k'a'k'r1" .
when eenterflelder Oreg Red- certiorate will tM awarded to I defeat before a crowd of over when Harold Godwin doubled event.

dlh deep to right ft*>dTuesday's the flrst three winner 800 on Bradford Field' Sunday and Elder blasted his homer I I Next week will be n bUllY
content.... Urn! The written toot ,HI "be given ,I afternoon.It Bobby. Danes who hull In week. fop the ImllM. We hope

Why worry about limber I Tornador final IMS home at 1 p.m. Saturday Apr. wa the first defeat this ,, alnft'&vllle-. fMt-pilcli leairie, everyone I 110 willing to work
when you can buildan game With only thrwe games 17, at BUS. followed by U*' year' for the famous softball gave" up eight! hits and fanned during the Fnlr Honttnine will
All-Aluminum Patio ; remaining before the Oroup I ITournamentn (I driving skill 4et at iso; .t I pitcher who threw, from behind alx In winning the content! for lie railing' all country club "

Roof or enclosure' for the Reds will be-o, the Gateway Chevrolet p rk-t hb back. blindfolded' and Ute Garden. nu. 'mb.r. this weekend or I the ,I,
I....*. In' Lake City this afternoon! lug lot. New ears will. be" piovtdtol 'O'l'f'C'On J buo.' lie used i I' The Garden .team .will play nat of nut wet>k, nit ru1v. ., ', "
(Thursday) at 3:30: and in fur the (contestant. only a catcher first baseman''arhedule of approiOinately eo to volunteer! a cake. cookies, .

See Ult For IHuiLiI Palatka next FtWay. April 23. The drlvlruc te.L ctmnUU. of and ahortMop to back him up.,, game this season. halt oft|I: brownie. fU'He' ." some of' I
I at 7-30: p. m. varloii lntere..4lnjr and kill-- '1'11. Oitrden't. Townsend them exhibition with teamed] .,&rh, Our thanks In ndvnnroI ,

n w 'v1 la Lake City baa edged' the fill 1 maneuvers around elected fttrlckUnd and tvwayno Elder from oilier alow-pltch I The Ir.II lit.r Hunt fur i;
'' W..MU..j
Tornadoes once this season' obstacle. Along with rained. collected two hits. for. the U>- ',, They will play Bt. I|I tots. to I U I I..* .:..'.1' 1'1InriolY't ru
6-9 and Palatka handed them y certificate, a lady' "r man's r-u. Including two. honie run*. Mouse Club here tomorrowFYldrty. '' *t 3.M: f pm JiiMt hrlnir your Take a bunch of bananas
watch a $10 gift, Tho first two run came In Ute ( April 16)) at 7:30: p. ,'' bnvket, S.. von there. .
sirs WA AN $IIP/'lY and an automobile 81""eisnry'wilt first inning when Townsend : m. and will meet Welkin I'I Ca",Ivn.
Lawn Mower g( <, to..,.. wltmer. homed with his brother! Construction of Oa1nevllle\

141;! iri Repair Service Jurtgea will he from "coral (, Woody on baM Another was Monday. also at 7'30 heir
law enM...ernent agencies. added In the third when.
FIRESTONE: Service Trades
--I''Five Junior Record SI.l] ] Mllioi; '.'.'.1 .

..., RECREATION NEWS .slu4&11e.; M
Spanish Moss! ; College Grants In 1963 Receipts +

Ig ....... nriidford County' M service i
Available I LfTTIJE LEAGUE!: A gu* this cummer. We are loot- establishments had i total re-
UEAlrrIFUI. BUT JR. LCA1.UE: BAMKHAU' Irur forward to a good. if- relpt of $1 I t million In lixndecren : I Vanilla
UE.nL Y H I a ..i> nf IT per rent front
Five Junior College "Rcholarohlp The boy In both league spunse and trap wa will hoe
.r HVior*>t b1 the have had three gated day of at !least. 4 M 0 team In this 1M8 I! arrorrlln! to n r"l"rt|" oil I
Let' UH Rid Your Trees florida Federation r>f Wont practice\ during ..he..past. week. a.-uo. Oet your reply In at i the I 1V03: bunllie. .rnrnui, '

rw Of It en' ClulMi are atveJIaMe to i I Born oho played last year early a* you canFAIH .released. by the Department. Wafers .i.iIf'
persons tnlere.tlng In preparing I started! where. they atopped. IWMITIH of Commerre
Fla. Pest Control
to work, with the mentalry and aevermj. of the young boys. The 8t.1 k. lle jreaUon !>.. The service trader In th"
539 E. Call 961-3963: retarded I'I have ahown algna this year partment will have a booth at p"nwi* of ImtlneMttiouc Inrhlrf"
.. that will fill Form will provlillift. < personal, ,,,
Incipient th. erholnrHhlpe they adequately the County Fair
will be given iiio par the ahoea of the older boysrte boo available for all Interested Ire" to Inrtlvldunli. .. .rv'l

vemefter tr. ) pumue a general. graduated Into the Jr parties to register for Bummer soul b'I.I lrv.i service, .
League. By of the Recreation and other, repair "services, motion I
college curriculum. or a two opening programs! '
year course of study .In flcblii, .lUIQn May I, we. fee) a* If we Cr>me on In and see the booth : picture and other t
l / I having direst relevance. to I I will be able to nee come really and sign up.TOTPLAY. menti.. hotel and mot IImu'-I' t_
I .
IU.11.IT1'l 1 I These' e'itabll.. '' s
( FREE: mental retardation good boaM-beU.> nqulpment wwI ARJ\: 1 i
UOKK ESTLMATRS To be wla6l toM for one of I I Itheee I ordered this week for both the It U loud &tu see such a happy Dlovcxl 100 penman In I
foul Count ''rllr.'lulllvt'| of
schular.tup.. an apitltI '- lAth a League and Junkie alght a* the children playing proprletort
I cant nisi meet junior/ College,, League. On Huturday, April 10. In the new Tot Area We ) and hlad" puyroll
.. r i requirement !"' mnpfcived at, several of the manager along are glad that an many moth of 20JOno In I IIMI3 ,
Th. state. a* a whole In*
with other. volunteers spent' a taking advantage of
a reatdentlnl or community I, en are
I 1 enter. which prevtdea for good day working on the LIU this area which U strictly for Cliuti-d, 39>> 491, "ertfkullhmmil" l

mentally retantfcl jiomnji. or, tie League field and It loik the small ones.TENiI4 with receipts of 114931 1 million '

Joseph R. Boyer at a gantend TraJBlng Center better than U ever ham before AOL'HTit' : I,

o b* under 45 yer at ag., bererofnnieeMtod Come bv la the afternoon andwatch (' I
Painting Contractor try UM npkiy> the boy practfa: It 1 I. good to asp tn many I
er acne to enptoymeeit. wKb Coach Townsend BUk eland Teenager! Hairs the biuket Racing Funds
hale, that thia..U the bet ball and tennis court at
FTorkla cotarniinHy Checks Mailed
a program t 1
LET US GIVE YOUR HOME A NEW for the mrnUUy fetanlMi on luokliut crop of Junior League night Any night you can find and a batch of SUNSHINE Vanilla Waf'

the twits at one for eacDyear *i, pUyww thai JIM turtMd out from 13 !U.> 2O youngsters en. Check* for I3''.000 were' I
LEASE: OX BKAtTY: ot .&...s)'. aod agree t.i| 4lU\t'4.. hit* been werklng Xrylrur this area.' That U what I mailed by tli.. State Comptroller
with Vhem naB should I be a we went, fur each and
repay Uw *uej> with tetereet' I Last t week to each of''
New Phone No.-964-4382 if vmptoynMMt le not .ooepfled peal aeaaaei for both league i I one to take advantage .fl'l'1'j Florida' 87 counlle s5 thrtri
: nurrnux! unuvitTbe : recreation "area and .
m a tonal FVorkla ever f ,I I share of the Ao'll race< track ,
new aoftbeJl field All LT KKt'KCATION ', '.
I cruelty pmg-imm for tile m.,v Las fund dlfttrlbutlonF
should bot ready la about another TJU'M''Y N'IOlrr'
j tally r Urtedcontact < 8l'h county ha received I
'I lat.r.t..1. persona ahorild', week. 8. K. Hicks! ha We are very disappointed I Mia MM} to fur In the current1

or writ! the aklar"-- f' reaUy been ptuhlnc his trm with the attendance of adults I)I i fUeal. ) year This I Is a 114 OOO ;,
nip Of Ace. Stets Dvfmrtment getting fill d-rt. end clay w.,,. on Thursday nJ JrU. We have!' Incrcawi over. the lame period\
; bare Jt ramp aa area *4 he' been, oprnlrui,, the Recreation. I last I
NEW AND REPOSSESSED of fetaca**)*, j ja year II
>.> or any ot the 8wnj4fwl I can Mr. Hicks drnre a lot Center ipeciflcaUy far mand I
of erxtlt for ail lrl. effort nave hd very UW. per
Tracing Cent*** Cur aA apy land bebn> to. another I $t)
I \glnK
Th now Uaht came In 1-.1 tk .tlon. Came on down and
pUeatlnn and atddNtooaJ lnfor.malted >
Friday and Mr t>"< had hie let get tonicthtng ttaned.TKlft prom I, ,
Ira a recent Incident, two .
crew out\ gnu me the pole TIME .h'
I and gvUlr.a& ready. to Install We "are having a really good friend. of a local farmer were Y
r Btetn. These men deserve a lot turn-out on ftuturdar evenrn j, arrested near' hi* *tca>wberryputch e

W. C. T. U ot thank l<*-
and work on" t t'llI program a good lime, one can ekin of a gun and light at i
The *V IU>.'J League op"ndApril have end maybe we ..111 be night, The eh.eII., mad, by I jr,1T .
Stainkees Steel Top Announcing U: In niwk't. but It win aHe' to ret' them here on offtrert of tn. Ome A rteli
New; (;ever l Electric: 21" ILartje1U9.93' : 1M only a f_ staves with wr Ttrarvly rventnsMV4'SLATIOV Water. fUh" Commission wrre C. ,, :
Youth Temper. boo "" rrVTFBw dismissed' by County Judge T "A, x.
nn playlog on our own : -
18" Emer> n Portable TV. __69.95
n .
A bn farmer
Education 1.14. will boo ckvied on Good Yawn s.kl a :
(aw.Flaah and light meter ance AU ChurehM tn Ute city rd Friday and Saturday The R*- In hi* opinion has th. rlxht
Week fltaxke errs mailed l.twr11554 creation Board along1 with! the to protect kl cnx from *.*.tt -- .-
r tIf'd Kodak Sirnet .15 _ .OO .
..*. to, determine U they entire at.rr. would like to 1n1roJOton. The lodge .ald'i|
New Ceneral Electric Wbee-Apr. Z&-May I wculd be interested In org ar>- wish everyone a Happy raster however Ill... did not give and whip/ up the biggest, best-est

II Ft. AutomaticDefrAat Freezer 19.S: 11/14 a Church SuflbatU Lea farmer the rl_ht tn Invite hill ,
u I'VS.Wfcy frWnd. In .U hunt Uw deer' or banan-iest pudding you ever tasted !

few Automatic -T. p.-.s-ea .... .... other muhwtlnif .ntmaUWilrfllfe
Polaroid C'oanr-l'ack Camera Set.S tart. *wr ywrt*. Bill Introduced To Legalize oft.....,* have .,.>>-
ed the point/ ho'Wtt"IM to Rsfrethinzfy' Cood So Deli' -htfuUy Slmpltl, Whatbetter
New A ;MwieOutfit Uirofc Elec. H-- ly a*_.... M.Ml.a.n. .
mm that fatm r. harliio" : tMUlOe. r
Eye Zonm Camera. Man' 'ieU! ... ..a..aka.Tlr Killing Of Deer Eating CropsRep. with protected will anlm.l way to end a m .Athan\ ',. <'li ,cnam> banana pud- s

Projector and ScreenBuUington's .. 99.91 tdap, win hnwkl can duo Ute u.... Ccfin- clip=? And what better way to brom a banana pudding

M u.. Men ., .....___. A. J. TVima J In tM pry.ix of or mission tot hrlp Bpniy or than with tender, tempting SurMhln Vanilla! Waters :
t-...t kk.l ell ......... M w.w..t 4rr-tutfd a Un l 1a tlM daoukxe. sat or 4.- other _"i
f TN. ar.wac Ie lIP Refiee..* *U*.. er+pe of eucfi .,..,..- ta keep d"r out Of the flelJn the true J banana i flavor' Thn essay/ rwlpc: for tn.i: \ lusciousdear ,
Appliances to _: "... .... ell .k.e4.ea.sal tawfal foe say aeup. Up'P"'P"1)r th. WlklllTe Officers aal. or
of I M ne. ':,n' '.' Sun <.\ i I' V.mil11V{! ., "t
w. ...".? T1W ....... j 0 r kl.*> agrnl or wtjuM ulna: *na>ke they will trap Lie deer. sal 'I : ufer"'p'p
Ie b. J kill: any deer or other<<" .lawful for a farm move them to another Ira. 1'Kk: upTHt"RSIUV. wow L'-eJ.-, ai .., W4 r.ur a.msiy w.u.I ii.

tmal wbick/ U foal U engaged In fanning t.<>n If regetraVd -



TnrnsniT. APRIL, 15. 198:1:

11 To ReceiveU I Ira W Stiickland Bachelor of( I Army Chaplains I :IIHM" been... fllnd! -.AII""A\.O'1' by ed. late. of call County 'to the of five tnnnthft, 21 rtii\li, tinrtplHceii SIR.\ FISHERMAN You can
Scicn<: In Physical Education .
I- .
o >v I' ''j.iiiimlmt Olruli Count.v J,iid a* of RmdforilCounty. on prfibntlm fm,, I twyuHrs .
of F DegreesIn ; Linda Faye Wasdtn I Epic Story Set I I I 'Mitt I ot llrttdforff (icon ty. r'lorldit. al hi. office. In I will apply" Tot.. I'leinoniy i I now get your supplies includIng -
Bachelor of Science In Nursing / //"I..IIln.. ,, In ('limit'01'y. mid you the court houHt of paid. .In the Stair' Mount. ..f "'111,mlT.llahamuumn' .11', worms for fishing at
Apr. 23 Rites 'iii'" 'iulri-cl| t lo Mcrvii H copy ofy.ur County ,
21-25 lit Stunt, Kliirld FlorlUu at itt next
: Sue W. Winkler. Mastersin I r April Annttt-r or ulitHcllna I ; to within cit ralemlitr month, from 'iaulHr. iiifotlnK. I Smiths Shell Station. Lnwtey.. :
Education. I 'milri' ('..n.p1 ii iii I on the I'luln- tho time of the final puulliatlonof Jack. Jllea L.LIeaN. a/kn[ J'lLk' .1. 6tchg 5 2011ASTIN (
Eleven University: of Florida The epic story of courage llff'K. Attorney, S. J.. N"I'Utr", till:* Ivh. claim:,:: or I l.lican, aim| Mol''Aun Stick, Attorney _-_ ,
atudrnU from Stance and surrounding Keystone Heights: Elizabeth j I I U.S. "I' I u. ,niancr. C. Uliinollvlll", demand. nliMll lie III writing unit GslrtATTRESg
dIsplayed by Army ,
Ann Pitts. Bachelor of Sciencein r'lorldii. n nil to file the original .."..II Htat, tIme tilMi'a of renl-. 8..:. fuckium. HtrrctTuinpii. .
area will rrcrlvi de- Chaplain in wars since 1775 4 In, .tin- ntrun" of the Cl.Tk or u..nce- anil PONt office addivmi, of Florida 33l'l! & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I
Ri-fo! a'id' be ireofinlzed/ at theUnlvertiui Journalism; Richard T.Sunderlanct. I will be told In n mobile rxhlbit : "I'lrmlt. (Court. Htarke. FloiMu. Hie claimant, and ahall !b. awuin 4/lft 21 I -'- 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Bachelor of i"n 01 li.-rnri the l&th flay of In by I the claimant hla, aitetii.. i
annual com- to he boated at tho .M.iv. A. l D., JU'li' ; oiharwlHe. thilli'ifUOIIM lila attorney and any aui.lilUlm Furniture Renal red. {
Science In Business Adminis- 1'tI.i. F'lt IIIIIOApril
mcnrcmcnt crremonles on I of mild ComplaInt I IRE
Bradford County Fair Apr. or dcinmid nut a.> filed Refinished $
1, 'I9A5Honleil A
tration. u III l h. taken an cnnfenae.1' byJ.MI Mm. 1 1 .be. void.
April 2(1Oraduitei( 21-23. Hid' Will I lift l:..-.clMilHV 'II
from Staikc and Lake Geneva: William Arthur -I 1. 5'i., Maurice Jenkins WhiteMaurice Th. City C'jun. Uf Th. MATTRESSES: *UIL1'
Wilkes Bachelor of Science II The exhibit Is hntiin 1 in n Dnn-rl, tills, I llth day of April, .'."klnA Whit.. A. .*- I City Of Htarki-. Kloililn. Al. Til'
'the degree named are: Richard I I mobile van resembling! a ,\ II., IKiHi.WIOVM .'Ilor' of the l..iit Will and City Mull In Htarkv, Klorl-lu New Innersprinirs' >
II JockiM Masters in Ed- in Business Administration. I ( : T.atam, nt of McCoy J..rC.. .riioii. t'ntll Tin: ) clink P M On I and Box SpringsDrop
and contain life-like (hnrlKii A. D.orhy, .
chapel .
White d. .." TliMday. May 4, hIlt! >, At Win I I.
licntlon DPWPV Buford:! Mc- I Mayor Proclaims Library Week photos paintings! and color I 101 k ..r Oiciilt'' Court A. Z. ADKINH. JK Tin,.. And I'larn All Illili H' lit A Card or Call I
I .. .
Sat. Services I lini'lford t'uuiily. Klofldl3 fur I .
Klnney Bacliclor of Sclencr transparencies telling of the Attorney Ksvcutrlx calved Mill lli' "i.i'iy Ipell'! (1 r.U \TK" RA: 5-9166$
It 6/11
III HW Third .
KtDvlnvavllH And Read Aloud On The K"llowlnic
In Physical Education: Vlckl:? I Mayor Randal Chitty has the library during the week heroic deeds. of chaplains In Florida. : MRS. PEGGY RIIAU.ER
lec McKlnney. Bachelor] of Are Held For ,In 1'10. lean of Th. (' .. Filet publliatlon April IS. I91S. ,. %11') E. Adkins St.vturlie. .
signed a proclamation design- Apr. 21 to May 1, and citizens time of war, on land and sea iu r (ln -Illll'i, HIryllnH. fI" ,
Science in Physical Education ating the period Apr. 21 to j not having J......... llrnilfiinl. ('..... Truik.. wi. I tent
library cards
/ are All visitors to the fair .
l.irliln.' In I'rohnle.In front anil'
: Ronald T Patray. Master Mr. Prevatt, 60 May 1. as Library Week in I especially Invited to come In grounds Are Invited 1 to visit I i'0: HHtaUi. of Mrl.'oy: Jet far- "sorico, rear heater.tlrra' iI.ollars with|, tiilinH.on mmnwlincl i, FOR SALE-- Petunias snapDragons : i

of Science in Engineering; Starke. The observanc is part: and obtain a card during this thIs interesting exhibit. .MiiVhlie. I liniftHBciJT ... Notlfi I. hereby orl..n that I I. with I tire ami turn alien Holly Hocks Collos ;
All Credltom Ami I'er.ooll Jack Jlltta Ltucaa aid CoI.r-Iiaha l ,, I Ira nii. ..
who waa run-
Edwin Talmadfre Prevatt of a program designating National period.On I lliivliiK I Ch.I"I"eu, (Or Uuinunil, A- vlitrd In the 1" H. 1>1.lrldl'uu..t The sold I I'lty (iviiinill", lt...i'rv and other annuals. Big Boy I
Library Week throughout Tuesday Mil,I HIM' Kul'l Kxtate: for the Houthrrn. Dlmrlitor ... >. The flight To A. i-vpl l>r ItiJept
60 of Starke. died Thursday Apr. 27. at 3:30P. : ,\0.1..1 -10 tl'I'K tilTO' I Beef Steak Tomato plants.!
the nation. *.... Yon,, ..n,1 PItch ot you are heraiiv FloridA Jatknonvllla. "llvl Any Or> All HlrtnClli I
yJtIj morning. In local m. a Story Telling Hour : JoH.iiH'| 'I' < < 'Unlie1i Bell( Pepper Plants Rosebushes
April 8. a A I I, notified .iinil, "A'I"I""I| to p..- loll. at the neuemlif term Conn.'II lit I'lty ""f .Stark.Htaike. '
:3014 i North 1 Keuilnir \
hospital after an extended ill Pictured with Mayor cnltty for children ages: 8 to 9 willb III; nuiClilrnnrn I "> nt' .my >.latin", itiiil' d...inun.a thereof A. D.. 1941. .of II.. offnae .. Florida. Shrubbery Mrs. V R !
are Mrs. James A. Griffin I ness.He UHtml 'tui.j hiv fianlnf-l the antita of lit vf violation. and ".,ilencpmiI ,'. Merrill Eilwarda: I"'I n l'l'rk4is
I was born In Bedford: [left] president of the Starke tion a milt fur dlvori'i' anti ) I M, <)'oy 'Jefferaon White.. d fein- I llteifor to atii pcnld aentrne : :31 i.2: M4-!'.S71.!' Starke. tfrhg I

County on Sept. 13. 1904 the Woman's Club and Mrs. H. In dedicating the week to ,

son of the late Joseph W. and C. RItch chairman of thr the interest of libraries Mayor <- BOBBY BIGGS I

Leota Sullivan Prevatt. He Bradford County Library Chltty said. "Good library
Auto n xiy & Fender &
operated an auto repair serv- Board. service can encourage habits !;\ tl

ice in Starke until his retire. The Woman's Club of of reading that serve to keep Radiator Shop j

ment several years ago and Starke has played:! a vital role! our citizens Informed. and to wr: i g Auto. Pumtlng' FrewRHtlmateit

was a member of the First In the expansion of library continue their own education !talllat".. ;

I Chitstlan Church of Starke. services in Starke and Bradford Informally throughout their 20 i) Worrit or lets, one. time._______ .95 Memorial RwtoluMon ____ So per w r4 til-lined.KecnredIMS. Repaired! And I
County and is continuing lives. Libraries both school .
Surviving are his wife its efforts If not fmlil. In ailviinie._______ 1.25 Card of Thanks" up to 60 word___ *.... .4 I I : Walnut, !St. Ptarkei
by providing and public, are an Integral 1
,. a* a Starke Margaret; two Packham daughters.Prevatt Mrs.of leadership and support for part of Florida's educational Keyed or Illinil. AilH.KiMh ._...-. __ .______ IJI.1 Over. 50 words __________ Be pr weed I
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house
"1 SUPPOSE youhf GOING TO Joyce Shields of St. Petersburg better library services in th:? program : aililllloiuil "'onl. over 20.-.......___ .0.'% Display ails In CUwialfled. .___lJiO per' fash .
furnished Land for garden
TELL GAS ME AGAIN YOU RAM(, HUH OUT 1 \)OF and Mrs. Audrey Len- community. Every member of II Mrs. Griffin as president, ,I I Very reasonable 2 miles from

non of Jacksonville; two sons. the Bradford Llhrnrv Binrd: has reaffirmed the Woman'sClub's I i WANTED I MAN or WOMAN To Service : Starke near til way 16 east I

Edwin E. Prevatt of Orlando. appointed by the Governor Is, continued Interest In'' MAN WITH KNOWLEDGE: established. Watkins route. 300cuKtomeri. Phone 964-0043! !' 2trh 4 111 '

The HIM,, ing/:* In RUM. lllone and Stephen T. Prevatt of also a member of th.3: Wom support and leadership for''Insurance Problems ? HUI1J5INO SUPPLIES. An- PREi Over (400 average I_

will morn I him pity for the Starke; three brothers. LesterJ. an's Club. improvmcnt of library servicesin Call The Man From' ewer in own writing to Box' per month and up. No layoffi HOUSES FOR" SALE-2 and 3
If.r\'I.'! mill will The public Is Invited to visitServices the A2. I bedroom frames houses. (50djwn
jour cur and Emory M. Prevatt. both community. '1'JO. Staike. Fla. References ,i I Write C. R. Ruble Dept.

run bet'icr' till. of Starke. and Claude R. m_____ "Keystone"George : rrql11rrrt. 2trhg 4115! _lead Th. CUwdMedal! ,I P. O. Box No. 2447 Memphis.Tenn. l. ,'' no qualifying. Call Phil

Prevatt Key West; four Bisters Held 50 ercat-grandchlldren and E. LaRue If YOUR NAME IS 2tp 4-15 4-29 i Black collect at Jacksonville
FOR SALE-1064 Comet Call- 330-2804 2tchg 4 15
PRESCOTT Mrs. Eva Rock and Mrs. eight great. great grandchlldirn. FOUND AMONG TUB
Sunday For Keystone J Heights; ent!.<*, 2 door 289. automatic MARION. SAPP

Shell Service ; and Mrs. Doris Wynn Mrs. Johnson, 80 Funeral srevlces were held Consultant For AM Your 8B14 excellent) condition atchg Call 964-4 15 AT TIrE TELEGRAPH] FOR RENT Furnished apartment Phone 9W-40X2 4tp 4129
and Mrs. Marks Ritch. both OFFICE FOR A FREE
at 2 p. m. Sunday In Pine Insurance Needs.Heprp and small furnished
:210 s. TRMPI.K. AVK. of Starke. and three grand- TICKET TO TIlE FLORI. FOR SALE Home and loon
Mrs. Deborah Blum! Johnson Level Baptist Church with FOR SALE-1964 Ford FIDO house all at 321 N TempleAve

children. 80. widow of the lit Rev Roman Alvarez and Rv. "entlnjGrent /: rick up truck. 1963 Ford Fastback DA TflBATRK.': : Phone 000-2981 tfchp St. Clatr St. See J L. 811-
Funeral services were held Amerlrnn IIM. ( ... cox :2tp4iS 1!
Johnson died! W. E. Hall Take
George W. : officiating. Inter up payments.
at 3 p. m. Saturday In Jones The Traveler in'.. ('u. BE: SURE TO SEE World FOR RENT One bedroom i
Thursday morning, April 8, In ment In the Priori 909-3481 J Itch
was family plot '
Book before buying other .
; Memorial Chapel with Charles any trailer. Also with patios. I
13' ., a local nurslni' home after an In Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Tel 473-4002 Dir space
Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne Newly decorated and remodi1ed -
,- Reese minister of the First extended Illness Union HOUSE: FOR RENT3 bed I Westmoreland Trailer
County under directionof 473-4325 Niles
Chrlstslan Church. officiating. room. 2 bath at 639 N. Wal- your local representative ilrtre I Park. Phone 969-3291 or 969- I one-bedroom duplex apart-

; Interment was In the family\ Born in Bradford County DoWltt C. Jones Funeral Auto Fire Home Bi lne.<, nut st. Reasonable. Call 833- 19SH. P. O. Box 603. Phone 31X1 tfcha ment It's beautiful and modern
on Sept. 29. 1894 she had lived Home.
004-3704: tfohu I Renner Apts 383 W
in 2121: 2teh 415
( plot Prevatt Cemetery under Monthly Paytner *
TV In this area all of her! life. '
Washington tf rhg
''I'II direction of DeWitt C. and was a member of the Pine Bill IntroducedTo I II 7 Acre Land. Rant Call Street C. C. WYNN Auto Radiator ShopCar
Jones Funeral I
Level Baptist Church. Ilunnlnif Hot CURB GIRL WANTED. ApplyIn
I Short distance East of City
Rental. CompensateMan JoUR RENT Fiirnlshorl" I 41 FOR SALE!:-.with no closing i
Radiator Leak at Tuck's Drive Inn.
Surviving are seven daughters ; Limits. now subdivided Into person
r-. room and bath apartment 12B I cost. home. All
Retired TeachersTo Cozy little ,
Mrs. Volley Stalling, Mrs For InjuriesRep : 26 Lots with street on record I Cleaned & RepairedNew Itch 4 H
S. Water St. Phone 069-1185
Conveniences.! Now is your
4 Meet Vasco Underhill and Mrs. ed plat. 484 feet on paved & lifted Radiators
MondayRetired tfehd I chance to own your home. W. FOR RENT Furnished a.
I Ruth Crews all of Htaike.: A. J. Thomas Jr. has highway Price (8.50O. A. J. H. Nollman tfchg Auto Repaint & Drake partment with Hunts and

teachers of Bradford Mrs. Amy Wilmot and Mrs Introduced a bill in the State Thomas Realtor Tel. 964- Service
water furnished. 208 N. Cherry
$1 Per CLOSE-OUT First grade pencils -
Day I Clay and Union Counties Jacksonville Nettle B. Simpson both of Legislature to provide compensation 6c each; 70c dos; (4 5701. National Manllfacturlnll'// The Right Price AtStl'obo' St. phone 9O9-4391! Itchg
AI.I. NF.W l-OKTAHM'.S} : I are requested to .meet ; Mrs Bernice of $50,000 for a Chemical Co.
Bellender of D<'river, Colo, half groH.1. Bradford County PERFECT! Condition -- used Garage BEA FARBER
: Monday Apr 19. at 9:30: a. Bradford County man who 2 route sales personnel and I ,
and Mrs. Alvl"I'tlnlHl'lmon- Telegraph tfCARP'S 16 ft. Soafury 35 hp. Electric M Mi. H .tOl Edwards
m. In tho Ladles Bible Classroom reportedly) was Injured permanently 1 territory manager Guaranteed on
I II dollar of Norfolk. Va.: four tttnrtlng Johnson, 16 ft. Gator FOR SALE 3 bedroom 2
I of the First Methodist in 1061 as a result of salary plus commission. I Loop Rd.
sons Anthony R. Lloyd Land Trailer all for (79J! .OO. Will bath, screened In carport,
Church fellowship hall. Mrs the arrest of his brother by a I Also have opening for full or Phone 961-5174
Grace Stevens and Dr. A. R. Marvin R. Johnson, all of Florida State Trooper. trade. Jimmy Moore' Sun part time men or women. I Over' 20 Years Experience block. Very clean. Phone M4- .
Starke: and Carl A. Johnson SERIES 191 Sports Starke Fla. Phone 7162 or 964- 701. iteM '
Mead of Gainesville will be Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis
) The bill states that Lesley trcl1jl
) : I present and prepared to an- Jacksonville; two sisters, Mrll. J Crews of Starke was riding I Expectant Mothers ,004-5701. Ucha E. Brown. P. O. Box 11. East 1931!' m Ton c Chevrolet, atnke. "

I 112 K. Oill ,'.. ').!)-771 swer questions. J Josephine Punish of Dukes with hU brother. B. J., who II -,I THK JIM: WALTER Lake Weir. PI*. tfrh/ FOR" RENT 3 rooms an'. body Excellent: condItion |"oo. I.
and Miss Winnie Blump of CORE'ORATION -
was halted by State Trooper W. Now Carry A II bath furnished cottage Phon New tlr.... Call R F Merritt
Lake Butler; 37 grandrhlldrenIT'S | has 3 bedroom FOR RENT Unfurnished 3. (
William A. Qulllln in Bradford, I I Compl.t. Line; of M4-22 tfchi HY 8-42ST. Lake Butler. FlaItp.
F-=' -====-- -- -----.--..- ._--====: ,County for speeding and having housn' and large lot for sale bedroom block house 713 East I
WearCARP'S old t bOA on the loop. About Laura. Starke. $50 00 per' FOR" SALE 55 ft. long 10 ft

no driver's license. I Maternity 1 mile from 100 on left Far month In advance. Hollls V wide 3 bedroom Maatercraf ATLANTIC Service Station

ILLEGALFor Tho bill says that Lesley I more Information cull collect I Knight. tfchg trailer Small equity and tak For Rent. Good opportunityfor
Crews was told to !get out of I I
L up payment Phone 782-9829 right man. Small amount
the car and when he moved 3880KM.Strhff FOR RENT Two I
/B'13HKLP apart 2tp 4 If of cash" required. Call J C
too slowly because of a recent ments. One 3 bedroom un-
Lawton. Palatka 325-2<16'3
operation he was removed WANTED Men In (good furnished one 3 rooms' furn- ONE: of the largest firms Ir

from the car and fell to the C health 9th grade or better. Uhed Call M4-M tfchg)i the nation has opening' ii SIght 333-S93R
Person Persons
Any or to Engage in pavement, Injuring his hip. Age 21 to 61. Writ. or contact Starke area for the rlulr' FOR RENTSmall furnlnhd -

The Injury required three op-l\ FOR RENT FURNISHED: Personnel Department FOR" SALE 19M H ton j r man betwen 21 and 43 Hlgl apartment Air condition

orationswhich resulted In his Very nice two-bedroom house Simtand Training Center, P. Ford pick up. Excellent mechanical ', school graduate or above goo Utilities. furnished. $10 week

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless right leg becoming shorter' Kitchen like your own home O. lion 1130, Gutnesvllle.4tchir. shape. Good tires.' starting PAy excellent trainIng Phone 941 1- 9\1.:\ :?\if. R Jufld.2 .

he bill declares It requests Rentier Apt. 383 W. Wash fl'6' new tag. will sacrifice. '695. program unlimited: opportunity \: Lafayette Itrhg.
that, the compensation betaken ington. Phone 4-S744\ lfch: Call Prt4-4711' 4trh 422 for advancement

from the Budget of the STRAWBERRIES For Sale--, Retirement. and group Insurance NEW IS ft Ilrnnuwlck! with

The Name Is RegisteredRead Ui-parment" of Public Safety. FOR RENT FURNISH> 23c: quart you pick. Harold FOR" SALE Two Shetland benefits. No experience) I I bark to bark aeata 4% hp

Air conditioned three room a- Waters -KiN-DOS. Carl John ponies with saddle, bridle and necessary. Call 372-3265 or,' M..cury'IliA./ only (793! flfl.

pal tment. Suitable for bachelor Road. Up halter Palomino filly and I 373-5473 or FR j Will trade JimmyIonre': .

= or couple. Renner Apis. I black atalllon. Both broke ..ndentle. 611037.lap 415 Bun Spnrta. Starke. Phi Phone
FREE1! Phivntom Bantam (200 OO Call 9644711.
This Florida Law iii. 1 381: W. Washington/: tfchH electric I M4-3791. Iti-hjr
trolling motor to 4tchir 4 221 REWARD for return of one

the flrst twelve purchasers of red bone male puppy and one FOR SALE: Red formal)

BUSINESS: OFPOKIt'MTY I 11 I ft Stumpnocker, Caret FOR SALE K3NOSLEY black and tan female puppy I'1 Like new Six, .. fIJOO 1370lan.tlRgo
I (CUNtom Made REST: FISIHNf' Craft or Mitchell Fishing LAKE: 3 bedroom.- 1 Nth| MR Utooed In
ear Ta- St
"It shall be> unlawful for .r u d.llnHl.I.. I"'or "Florida I Saratoga Height
any parson
peraona houae
tonc Living- ramp on Florida's famous boat" Jimmy Moore'a, Sun on lakefront. Large living tum. Ltwtey. I ito

.v.. In huaJneiu' R q J herein defined' under fictitious name aa herein de-> r tet; More\ ORANGE LAKE This Is a sport" Stnrke.' Fla. IteM room kitchen. 24 ft. 7833690.2tpd: 418

fito'ri.' without ,uul! union* mid fictitious name ah all be registered' with the YOU real money maker Owner screened porch. Completely/ FOR RPINT: 4 be.!rnom
(l-'or Your $ $ $ I ready to retire. Eight now FOR SALE Registered!. An- furnished. Write Box B. Brad- FOR SALE: -19/ 0 Valiant. 4 house. (23 poor mo 6 mile
Jerk: vf I the circuit rourt of the county where the principal place of businriMK 'I' I modern rental units In an gun bull Chenp. Cull Arthur ford County Telegraph. dr V-300 automatic heater w_t of Starke 3 1. Wynn,

:' wit:' registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit No Salaried or Coramissioned orange grove manager's quar- Mi-Rae, (Htl-812! after 6 pm. I 3U-h 221 1965 tag Phone 04-3151 1 after Lake nutler. Fh Itp

: planed by all interested persons stating under oath the names of I % Kmployees: ters In well-stocked tackl.-, or Saturday ItchK FOR HAL 5t' m 4tpd 429.. ALL NEW Aerorivne_M ft..

aJl 1 those Interested in the busineM enterprise. the extent of the In- ,i IJ.\U& HRAI1 LARSEN: shop boat plus dock.owner's Plenty house of good Covered FOR RENT: : Furnlnhed 4 room Redy mix eoner>te. concrete I WE: STILL have a few tuna ( Mere 500 V> hp i .tart"r. and

tertat of each and 'the fictitious name under. which said business I. carried I i, LIKE; TO WORK boats, motors & equipment and bath cottage. $4000 per _block.,.,. mortar house piers mhz rock wnd ateet.Tatar ce-L Shell left. at Station II 01) Inquire Smith. altlm-teri Gator Trailer Regular :

on. Said rejtfslratlo.i may not'he made until the person or persons desiringto : YOU Benefit If you know Orange' Lake you I month. Inquire, Stout Waldo. shell.lim'n *, roofgravel Lawtf'I: I (14<\MOO 8pwl,' l I3UOO.!\ ( .
Jimmy )IO
know this which bright 46a-t4A. r Sun Sporta,
in tnivineaa under camp I Ilntela. BRADFORD Inolt. |
rneajre fictitious name shall hare advertised' his or Stark". Fla Phone MI-S791
now booked to capacity CO. Phone M4-1S21. No30. |

their intention to register! said fictitious name at least once a week for four All Sizes on Display! with bass perch & bream I FOR SALE. 12 heads of go U .5tara Mehe RETIRING Want to build Will trade Ucfrg

((4)) consecutive weeks' In some newspaper as defined by law In the county 8-10-12 Wide fishing excellent. If you\ want Call 792-3083. Jamen Wain PEYTON: FLORIST [ that holiday home? HerVii.. the I FOR !SALE' : One 2 bedroom

where' said. registration;: Is to be made and said registration) shall not be I 1i' Baths an Income in five figures wright. Rt 1 1. 1H4 J Lawtey. lit s.. THOMPSON? ST. place' Lot 15O ft hv I 110 ft houe on North Ch-rry StOne

accepted' hy the clerk of the circuit court except receiving .f( and l Expandable: while working in beautiful Itch* PhONE ..4.4tSSNIOIIT Only 2 mll'i from town. and 2 bedroom bot... on Col-
upon proof surroundings you should see I I XX ft. from lAke. Only (1504.
51154411DISTINCTIVE I hey Rottd. P. O. Box 576.
such publication. this at once. Total price Expert Recapping \... ZM I IS41
: FLOWERS: Starke. 2 1.'hg 4/22
I New and Used $112.000 with !generous terms ny Glen.crf'e We Wlr. Ftowen AaywhereREOLSTTER ACREs: Poultry Cattle

At least 25.000 down. Call or I u&...! and timber farm delux. 4\ono'( RMI'IY'.Ih Hilt:trr1tHK 'UT.\I.:

If you are engaged! in business under any name ; s.Yr. financing: available write Clyde Hooker. Rogers (Ala Wee Full )Un Crew." fNITW I. capacity poultry ho i_ 25 \\
Realty & Investment. Box 113. TIRM !NOW FOR acres tilhtbte 21A acre vuluble | Any type rorrfing No ink( to

use Our Rental-Pur Ocala Fla. Phone 633-8127 I TRACTOR _- T1UTK I ADULT EVENING CLASSES timber 3 well*, fruit small or large. We are equip.

2trhl4'U AH OIZZSF'aUaJtTaata Basle and high jHtoot refresher tree 7 2 bath home. ;ped to install built ,rooflnc
chase room.
Plan up
Payments' I I
other than your own, and have not had this name t Under $30) Per Month HARDY BROTHERS,5 Deltiap. j courses.: Start IndtrfctuaJliedInstnrctlon. at any time Good farm line value (','.OooSTROIT Free estimate. djor night

ALL NFAV- ThunderbIrd I Phone !949-3944 or 969-I &$.
== .. Mrrc. 8.V: (S3 hp) Electric SALVAGE YARD S30O per course of II weeks' REALTY 4'2JI

17 ft. Gator trailer. Lint v... ADULT students applyto : SI 17 N. Temple .'re.U' .
properly advertised and will be mmMobile : RJE I I KlRTtl WORMS
registered we i Uno 00 Spoftol.. (249.100: Principal office S. UII)
Wilt trade. Jimmy Monrv's N"I'R.SCT.AT Him School. White Adult .tudenu Phnne "!t-'I Minnowa 25c do*. or :1' An

Sun RRniTED RATF-S apply: to the Adult Ed- j' for (t.(tO this weekend only
Home SitesAVAIKAIILE Sports, Starke FIorM.i. AtTO. FIRE. BO\T ucatlon Office! SE: Wing CSO| ALL NEW- T-C,.tt 19 ft Knlnnen
medtura (1 OO dm:
Phone P 4-'79I. .
all 1
glad to give Information tehg.FOR J40 MERCRUISER:
you necessary as to noruK r.. IONNKRINSVRANCK Building rear. 1 to 4 p. m. '' STERN Smith IUU ".... SJI :N.
DRIVE power lift sleeper.
AG.'lCTtime' dally or writ to Adult Education Thotnpann St Itp ,
Full Lake PrlvileKe better cleaning. to keep Lirawer' I 00. Stark Bust- .eats. top. buttery tank Lbt ,

what should do.BRADFORD Homestead'! I Exempt; colors gloaming. :, ue Blue Lus FOR SALE: Good tnnJneas ) ness foreign languages and I (4175 00 SPECIAL $3.11500. SMALL TRANSPORT Oo.- t

you tre carpet cloanrr Rent electric and residential proprrttei In music rourne' available tfrh4 Jimmy )(0fIre'. Sun 8pr>rt'L I ed van Call !IMM.T774 Up I
Financing ;.
ahnmpooer $1. Starke Starke I improved and unla-[' Stark. Florida Phone Ml8791 -
Hardware. proved. H. V. Knight. P. O. USED: MACHINE SALE: i{ Will tr "1e Itrhr NEW OoM G17 Holiday

Lake Geneva Drawer P. City_ ttdJc I Singer Pwtable IJ.IS A l>|,,' Runabout new 17 ft QtotTr

FOR SALR' -- Good I used R STNOER COMPANY 402 ALL NEW: Merrruixr CO: Uer. bile new U hp :Mere

COUNTY Trailer C A portable TV acts S1OOO: L. D WYNN Marlon St. Lake City N.I tem drive. IT ft CritehfleM| 30only: (13MOOrrcular I( -
Sales 753-40S1 '
I each. Stark. Motor Court I' Sabre 4-ep V hell! top Jeep-I ly U7SOO. Jimmy Moore'sSun '

lkhlZ'' FOR SALE-Fill dirt top u.\\ FOR RENT-Spacious 2 bedroom er -U. bow rail walk thruwindHhleld. Sports Stark. Fla*:
TELEGRAPH : On Heels 100. On.. :Mile !lit. : tractor work new e>M unfurnished Phone Mt-A1tI. Will tr*to.
duplex. Alsofurnished Ready to
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I Open Sun. & Etenings i J pickup truck fleet ldeo. LAVR. on Building. Material tn4 Ma-1 $249500. '
location. Reasonable. W. H. : Jimmy Mour
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the Bill of Rights, consisting of the Ing in those days. We are living in

o.j first ten amendments there is some- coffee break dl'yanti! in time when ?

c.e ., thing else of real meaning in the Con crime i is rampant. "* COUNTY BHS BY-LINE
j -" stitution itself. The very Preamble If the voices of moderation con WITH

f \\\1 states that the purpose of this blueprint tinue to remain silent, it 1 is going to '
i for democratic government was take the shock of some horrible crime YOUR AL AGENT Last. Friday morning the
Crime and ___ Punishment "to establish justice, insure domestic being committed against a very prom --. .._ 'school put up some new bench

tranquility, provide for the common inent beloved public official and his ** and on* of them .U the

I defense and promote the general family to reverse this: civil liberties moat popular place in school.
The following paragraphs were Supreme Court held in a 5-4 decision welfare." trend-a crime that could not possibly: I The bench .U about five feet

written by Fred E. Inbau professor that the murder confession of Chica- It is impossible to have domestic be solved by the police under present Now long and three feet wide.
the students.. .
of law at Northwestern University. goan Daniel Escobedo, a hired killer tranquility and to promote the gen- court restrictions.It ; on and before started piling
Reprinted from Commerce not usable evidence. '1 his eral welfare when all the concern is they were
I' Magazine, was as was seemed that such a tragedy; had through there were10 peopleon
they carry a message which we believe because it was obtained after Escobedowas upon individual civil liberties. Personal arisen when Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated the benrh. This should be

I deserves widespread distribution denied a request to see a lawyer rights and freedoms cannot exist in n (President J Kennedy The occurrence ... ..... some sort of record. Then 21
in this "permissive age" of increasing during his interrogation. Escobedo is vacuum. Alongside of them there must of that fatal day left us with 'o <- - --- students piled! Into RIck Hood's

crime and weakening morality: today free to roam the streets of Chi- be a stable society: otherwise there very little by way of comfort except' 1117George T. Volkswagen. That's nota

j In recent years two basic philosophies will be no medium in which to exer- that perhaps: Oswald's trial and the record but they're tlll try-

have developed in this country cago.What is not realized generally by cise such individual liberties.We legal problems it would have! precipi- .' ._. lIulntlnwill lag Also Friday morning the
I' ,._ I II students ratmed. .
have "- the constitu
that bear heavily on the issue of law many courts is that most criminal had enough of such' platitudes tated might have brought the nation 0 tlon which

and order in today's society. One is cases cannot be solved except by ques- as the "right to be let alone"- out of this tailspin of individual rights I Thla I Is TlIM: week. Next'' use up ("lIlI'rl.... Puts will I High and Senior lepurntee High Junior
politically (
j the philosophy of individual unrestraint tioning suspects. It is also true thatif especially when it I is used as thoughit and civil libertc. week' U IT1' We hope everybody need some lUducol when the It wilt be. voted 01in

I the over-emphasis upon the a lawyer enters interrogation room, were an unconditional right. As in Alight Have Resolved Conflict know that \ve nre talkIng Fair It. uv.r. I the up-coming election.'

alleged rights and civil liberties of hjs standard advice is for the clientto dividuals we would all like to be let If Oswald had lived and bean prose- about our UHADKOIU One of the outntitnding ut- Last Friday. night the 7th

l the individual and a relegation of the keep his mouth shut. That advice, alone. If we are hurrying somewhere cuted for thr.t terrible crime, there COUNTY FAIR tractlona that. we all cure Grade put on a Sock Hop In
i public welfare and public to of will end the we might want to run a red light or several At thin writing I have not want to tee aiuln this year tho BUS
safety a course, ordinarily con- were thing the police had done gym with The Treapaaaer -
of exceed the speed limit, and then be heard Hobby Taylor any Just,, I .la. the pretty' girl contest. nrdHoloctlon .
J position secondary consideration. versation.In which would have been considered! Improper providing the miwlc.
let alone after do The how many entries w. have for of another Hrndforil)
we it. burglar
sail .
The other and related Saturday night the Interact
closely philosophy the Escobedo case, the Supreme the according to recent United States the livestock bitrn. Chulrmiin"
robber and County Strawberry
the rapists would also QurnThis Club
is the philosophy of excuse Supreme Court decisions. The sponsored a dune
Court overruled two earlier decisionsto police of the livestock committee la event' brat
like be coup
to let the'interest
alone. But in year for the
the idea that if an individual's background the contrary. The court also stretched of had sei7.>d some papers and other ma- \Emory Prevail Jr. and he la have well been a credit tft the Fund. Pre-
public and welfare vloualy
there Internet
safety Club helda
(family-wise socially, culturally very far the constitutional provision must be some reasonable restraints terials in Oswald's! home, without a pushing thlnus\ along for a have. been staged In :Mullion\, 13-hour car waah to help
or economical has been unfavor- search warrant and they also good how New
regarding the right to counsel, the conduct were Square Clnnlen Yorl cover espenaea. The blind wn.
and activities of all
able it is wrong and unfair to impose which guarantees the prerogative only of upon questioning without a lawyer\ by For persons having n qul'.- City. Resigning Queen. Jane The Chances. from Jarkion-

upon him criminal sanctions for his when a judicial proceeding has begun. It us. his side. Much of what was obtainedor (Ion about the HvoaUx. shone Adams. will take. ua through to Vile and th"y',. supposed to
criminally. The youthfulness of the The provision reads, "In all criminal was not apathy that brought on obtainable could not have liven used probably your easiest nppronrhto the climax" June' has twain S be the bo.t. The Csndyaufp.

offender is all too often taken to be a prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the present situation. Rather, it was as evidence -- without a quick and an answer, la to roll our mighty popular queen amt era served refreshments .
a lack of realization that the two office 96/-671,. Kntrlea. may has repreaented. our count
legitimate excuse. drastic change of judicial viewpoint. ) a result of this affair, he In.
the assistance of counsel for his de-
of be put Into plnce Afternoon
philosophies unrestraint! and excuse Tumidity well all through the year .
Individual Unrestraint fens" There is nothing in the Constitution Public reaction may have brought on and. till H o'ekwkTuesday temct Club and the Candyatrlpera '
had .
developed too far. Also there has .
Luat, for t this
writingbut WIll bl
To illustrate the nature and extentof that probihits the police from been of a chnnge. Hut hope for resolving this I night or between 7 able to givethe
a scarcity effective spokes- FIRST for next Wedneiiday U Cancer \Fund
the philosophy of individual unrestraint asking questions of criminal suspects.: in conflict between individual and! public and 10 n m. XVedneadiiy. mornIng approximately
manship opposition The courts and another big lUTUAL-UttnAN $ let me call your attention to of rights vanished with the bulllet fired : of the 2tnt. .
There other
guarding rnOUAM
are ways other government' institutions are responsive This I. put on by Monday, TwswMy. and Wed-
several items that in the by Jack I Ituby.If Angus, Hertford. and Charolfilne -
appeared against police abuses rather than by to public opinion. But the i the fttarke Rotary Club and n..1<,y the students have been
cattle, red
newspapers recently.A completely shielding murderers and only side they have heard' in recent the present' philosophies of Individual hog, black hogs,hnlwhit.mixed\ of course, la In the Intercut of reglaterlnir for the Spring
man in military service refused unrestraint and unabashed\ \ excuse up ('rlnlarl"..
rapists police questioning or years is that of the American Civil hog, little end big hog will promoting good anti better
to comply with the Army's proscrip.tion narcotics and other continue to prevail we an in for
turning peddlers Liberties Union and) similar organiza all bi In th" show While county In every way. Talk about On Wedneedny' the Spanish
against beards on soldiers. This dangerous offenders loose because of tions. some rougher days ahead ; aunt crime chicken. .red chicken,| Club of lulls preentd.. a Pjn-
man didn't like to shave.. According to the unauthorized nature of the arrestor Civil Liberties Itinge N now increasing five times! faster Ind ehk kens will be t there An working well Prealdentnuford American Day play. during

the news item he intends to litigate search With only one side being heard for than population. The most nccont(' "'. aannrtimmt. of rubblta.. will be Mitchell |I. putting the ttlh and 7th period.., Admlmlnn .

the issue in the courts and toward Price Would i lie Great the past ten or fifteen years, it Is no B. I. figures show that In the (first nine exhibited. .. There la ono tiling some tl.otRtlall'I i through thr waa only 10 cent per

this end he has solicited the aid of Direct disciplinary action, proper wonder that this country has gone en months of 196 J there was a. nationwide for mire, the livestock burn. run for this. event. The bell peraon."

the American Civil Liberties Union.A training, and proper supervision can a civil liberties binge. And because It 1.1cc: increase of serious" crimes" will be an lnt rentlitf| place to will ring. at It NOON:- and Mont of the students and

well-known singer has refused to accomplish a lot more than the Indirection has !become so fashionable, all too over the first! nine month of 1963.: It VlMlt., Huron.! tolls. me that YOU are teacher are happy becntiae

pay her taxes-and has defied the Internal of turning criminals loose to many judges have let it show in their increased 20''f() in the suburb Fair' Aanorliitlon" p.IIIInt, Invlled On. solid I TON of of the four-day. Router, Holtibty. .

Revenue Service- because she teach the police a lesson. If we want decisions and opinions, which some Well what can you do atxnut( this Arch. Thomua, Jr. U inlaaliul fresh ash will be fried) Today U the but dty of
out lots of .
on fun, but Mg
had her own individual notions as to absolute protection we could, of course, seem' to use for the writing of their problem as individuals anal l us an Pete Novak, the HMrager/ la UllADKOItl) COUNTY school until next Tuesday

how the tax money should be spent. prohibit police questioning' altogether.But I epitaphs. They want to lie great judges organization? a. ., getting .a double, ah ire II P'Aln UJ>t'n.' 1the middle, Hove. flint r

Some of you may have sympathyfor that would be like passing a law following the example of outstanding One thing you can do M voice as walking, thinking snit l t.\IIUI", of the day' APRIL 31 I Steve

her viewpoint but not many can requiring' governors on all automobilesso liberals like justices BranileU! and loudly at you can your Interest in pul>-

condone her defiance.A that none could go faster than 20 Holmes.' What they apparently are un- lic protection and the reed four a reus. '

man wanted to keep a lion in his mil -per-hour. In that way, practically mindful of is that lirundeis and Holmes onablo mea.siiro of Individual irestrnint

backyard over the protest of his fear- all fatal highway accidents could be lived in times when that type of and a moderation of tho prevailing

ful neighbors. lie said he will seek to eliminated. Hut the price would be liberality was needed<<1 on the part of philosophy of excuse.A Zing into spring!

have the courts sustain this primitive great'for! that kind of protection.The the courts. Those were the days when change can be effected by aground

right of hia. second: philosophy to which I women worked long hours in factories ; swell of reaction' on the part

These little episode are illustrativeof have referred- the philosophy of excuse when there was child labor and other of law-abiding citizens. Thus far, the Chevrolet
the prevalence of the philosophy of has an equal<< impact as the social abuses. But we are not now liv- voice of moderation has been sillent a new

Individual unrestraint in the area of philosophy of individual unrestraint.

nonviolent, noncriminal conduct. What Some months ago three young men "'
you may' ask is the relevance of this severely assaulted a Chicago policeman' Farmer's Diary I Bradford Farminst I /

insofar as the crime problem is con- while he was legally performing his ,. .-.m w. '&: :':i:*"

cerned ? The answer I wish to presentto duty. What happened<<1 to these three BT .liar M nary ASI _.L-g "' _. '
you by the way of several actual assailants? They were placed on pro- Mwf, 'aw' 7s f trat4 k* .u A t' l'+!r '"Iir.rt %,

case situations bation. After all these were under through four Mor. event- A t t'iJs

A famous jurist's eon an actor 30 privileged- young men; so their conduct crowded! day., which will In, I .
yearn of age was walking along a was more or less excusable. elude a lion. frolic on Hntui-/ i Sf
street at night in a Los Angeles neigh That Is not what occurred in a similar 71r day staged by our Union I

borhood in which there had been a case In England, however, where t County neighbor SEE Chitrvhl: Impair' purl "IUII""

number of recent burglaries. A police- law and order occupy a more favor. (. e

man in a patrol car stopped to inquire able position. Just a few months before 1'I I Tel Novak who .la heading -
who he He refused to Identify a big commute. of "Kalr IT
was. the Chicago incident, two men up .... ./
himself. lie wanted to test his civil and kicked two Liverpool official, ..y. there will be /
punched -, .
..----"."., <.:- -4:..._ more rtdea Orbs. year, mor. ...
rights. police officers. The men were tried
) Phil Cromkhlte
.eihlblt and' live-\ Iy
Trtcea for berries hit a lowmark educational
Could Not UM. ConfessionIn and sentenced<<1 to 18 months in jail. .
of the season. taut. aun- stork ..ntrlea.nit no gsm.sof
Washington D. C., a man who They appealed contending that the day on the highway, when I chance, which many per- What week w. have hod'. ; yes,, IiDIe

was suspected of murdering his wife sentences were too harsh. After a come were offered at elx& pint sons. have objected. to. One of And. anting In tI,. mlta.U..1|
was picked up for questioning. lie thorough review the English; Court 011 for a dollar However. meal the attraction this year again you have. a chance lo e>

admitted killing her and told the police Criminal appeals decided<
where" he had disposed of her bodyin contrary, that the 18 months sentences for a dollar, and aome grower i, rklewe. took a trip up .laat A kit. of p. >ple. hc,lh he".l

a garbage dump. And there the imposed in this case were not long were asking a dollar for three year with young Arch Thomas era and" buyers, .lose"n,
police did find her body. But the enough. So the court doubled<<1 the sen pint, the usual aeUing. price and It la. a thrill of a lifetime market goes to ple.-,a.

Court of Appeals of the District: of tences. I IEnRa..nd'll .' e to rise above the galrground... fault. I I. f Th. buyer) Wh".1

Columbia recently held that his, confession Court I The drop In price rau.eJ i ienme and then See the whole coun- the growcra.. thai growera It''
i tryalde In an eagle' view blame. the buy.,. IMo.' when
I their I I
could not be used against him England's appellate courts have a I .
I think
because! the police had questioned him distinct advantage over the American I I Aekl open on a ''YOU-"Itk'' cornea d ;wn to fart:
,I mark down, the dny elemcnta are m'Mtly to
and Ro the
beat at. 23 rent a quart.
for several hours before taking him court' system. In Illinois as well a* last
Wednesday through Bun- blame We got caught
befo.e now
It won't be long now
"without unnecessary delay" before a throughout most of the Individualstates. alt of the other berry grower | day, and be eure. to attend year when the wmtthtr,, aud- -4
court to charge him with the crime. an appellate court can only reduce I follow ault. In that way they' You'll\ have lot of fun. a.. dwily turned hot The berrtearlpenml

Until he confessed though and told a sentence. There I I..* no right to | ave. the coat of plcktnf fact that It was ,, "65 Chtiy n .Vovu Sport Coup
where the body wa. the police did not increase it. Sometimes an Increase' dime a quart)I. and .if con I Informative. .exhibit 'and meetand Impmbl., to keep up with I

have sufficient evidence for charging would help in discouraging criminality taknera. not to mention t.5pent vialt with people from allover / I Ililt. : them. When the ttaermwmeter. |
him with the homicide. So a killer as well as unwarranted appeals. of transporting. pickfA'' the area. Tb.r.'s no time aland at SI to W) "degree In

went" free. The philosophy of excuse also encompasses and time apent In aelllng along Fair time, for an old- the aha'Je Just j "" _lIln. what

In another Washington, D. C.. case! an illusion advanced by the highway. I|I., faahkmed ,.t.oCt.t. h.r. I' It la on ,that plastic! KveryfleM over ..a ....n+.
thoold be plck.t +
the United States Supreme Court academicians that punishmentfor .. ,1.+3 'eM f W+L .xt n crb
many I i Met eome folk' from Ucot- ..< h clay, then atlll there are
turned a confessed rapist free for the crime l III an old-fashioned, obsolete" However bladberreWt.\ land !cat Saturday, who by .....'-rlpe berrlea.I .

same reason that was used to turn the concept, and that today's criminals are the spotlight< at the market the way made the croit.ugto I feel for the grower, but I I
garbage dump killer loon*. Rut this should be treated .taut. Saturday.' when etraw
sick people. They I New York CMy 'In J..t11t' 10 days tn two ...k. .ago
criminal' has not fared so well since not punished. Treated<< by whom? Why. berrtea now rival brought hour Hut to n.. we ..nydmuat ). here was help running out of ',$ Coreair Cvr a Sport"
because he was later caught in the of these t)6O per flat or more than I the reaction" of !)%as.people I It.t''
by psychiatrists" course say < a pint .
process' of burglary and attempted' legal pedantic. Hut In this country of whlrhwere to our own beautiful '| that. time enough ,.f M weal I

rape case in Philadelphia and he is over 191 million persons there are only | The giant r.1.l ....blarkbrrri.e'In the Floral Cityarea Bradford Coenty tn the The man 'I| retained to g" ",,r.r every I II 'I III your kind of car, with Just your kind of power,
now serving a long sentence in the 16.200 psychiatrists." That Isn't enough eaW.' get ep morning j Held It would have. helpwt
almo t a* Urge Y''
Pennsylvania State Penitentiary. The to take care of the abnormal people | a etrawbrrry were according. and .look out at all your bautlful II ale. feel, for (the buyen at Just your hind of prlce- walt no longer
treea, and hear the boM'..... "have pnt theirI
woman victim in Philadelphia had who don't commit crimes let alone 1 j on. enthualaat who aaldthey thy
etnglng. and, Its the moat. per., In (U.. berries. and If Cfitrrtiit U. No trim ho aright
difficulty understanding why the federal those who do. j lank JtMt hke bps\ <-k I money its a bigger more Chevy car o
courts in Washington had not Basic Fart .trawberrtee" 'I feet place .I've ever dreamed( they dofi carry well. the Is-auufuirsrthiayvur.SYhich. ( \ : / to .br M> thrifty. Hut
I **." Ic_. t"" /U that handcmnielilhouthrifty it la, with money.
buyer why
i >
given him his just desserts there. During the past decade many judgeshave I I i I S. I ''
There were tAhdr" < luiyerelnrfl tttcmiMlwmiaUkrn t for rum Mtwra Lk. tirakv that wljuatthenutlvf. )
) Cloner to home Is the ease of Escobedo overlooked a basic fact of our I County Agent Oorge. ff! 'i Ttieee penpl have good' \II up to romt In nore flit costing A IhoijJtindeven' two and a Iong-liveahauat
' y, Illinois. The United States Federal Constitution. In addition to glru .nd Market Manager'Manager < cauae to e.rlat>n on our fine with tM rommnnlleatlona rI'' thr.lWlW.1Jolla\ i more. *yt..m.

i i Phil Cronkhite have climate, for In.'a_.. for have t<..1.y, every._ know \
I been aponaorlng the planting they made the trip 'In lat. what la going on .tverihre. :/.HH// Thu on-'* gut lively COuA..k/ any 'C.:; Coevafrkj c

ARrn THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I of blaclrberlee around h.ra'' March and ap to that date elM. I ISo ;> ., spirited i power. u softer( owner. how it f.t-U tw drive %
{ and a number of trial pis'rt. there had not seen a eunahlny. I being la t the nakl>II. U noay rvl; -a/wl rrmarkdbltf room car with such easy attenng,, 11
Oil ESTABLISHED879/ \Inge have to..ftc.. oil The day to far this yes. I >?> AoJt\ of Uti"... you :atop n hl hly maneuvrruM .u-nacujus traction aril I n-wp' *'"-
achy .tda .la to have blackberric t I .' knw and want to ilmpart. but .ItKue. No wonder II'' a .ivtlrear- ngtn.power, And b., HIGH TIME TO HIDl
g/I tslalie [. L W.TntCW.. [moos ."0 >oe .iei
C after the a> bleaatng u w* have In thka : tartwl to where It has a dif. Corvalr
OC Ip. Ilo.doa'. OiDter WitKLV Nrweeaefi PuSti.wEO CO'.4 Ue eetaMUhlnff a longer p country you grow up with !! '.,.nt meaning J"t., Isle/ ales a sew Chevrolet/ Chenllff, ChtvyXorCorvetta,.
-. ? TIMUOUW.V Uwoca TNI SAT ..*."...AO market and bolotertng farm I .. -
;l4 lh .n. and take tll. for I* there a .t:1on: Ye
income.Don't.. granted. Then K taka.. a 1i- the,. U, but It 1 I. going' to oo ant
> 1..0 (ACM Twv..oat Awe Cirriace A. COMO c:& Mama AT rw. I
i tor from another "land to take s meeting of mlrvU ft
Poet Osnte AT *jT.e.( Pia. u"ea ACT O. M.**CM .. tare .
look now, but our big open your eye to our won4rful la going* to take ". -

D* THE TRADE AREA O'41 TEAR 11JO . SIX MONTHS 12.00I Stafford County Fair. .U r'!(1tem coentry and appreciate$ working. ti' .mintixklfig" Gateway Chevrolet Inc.

\I O17TSXX: TRADE AREA ON TBUl ,.... . aUX KONTIU .top of t.. It aped textWe how thankfvl. we. should be to Ule ature We .h.... a great ,
12'I :fModay with the Ratal y toe having' the good: fortune opportunity hereprr"nWuigwe
I Club's free Bah fry Sal run to be Am.rkaac. .together." |I D-S.; 301) (.NOHTII) STAHKK.: .'L.\. PHONE 9C.4-3900

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RTAHKK. FLORIDA TJn'IC f\Y. ATltlL 15. 1905 (
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nwym. yyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyy. I'I Garden Club I Rites WednesdayFor ,, Keystone Council On. Defensive"

Of The Lakes I r ri1, + ttif R. P. VoghOf ,
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS To Meet Apr. 22 I "' MelroseRIchard h I IIf
j t
I 1 i CsC S 1 I

fly Mary K. Hrhaeffer! I The Oarden Club of the w. Phillip Vogh Sr, Why? Why? \\hy?

Lajces will hold its regular I I t' i F17I; 79. of Melrose, dJed Sunday .

&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI 1 monthly meeting at the homeof I "'4.: afternoon: In the University
I Mrs. John J. Brennan on I t. 7
ONO. MATTHEWS Keystone Heights Women'sGolf 1 ''iI, Medical Center at Gainesvilleafter
Lake Geneva, at 1 p. m : .' Y' i ir I think to. their {hay-raising
'14) BE IIERE'ungrllIIman \ Club held a Low Net I an extended illness. you a City Councilman's life is beer operas; ?
Billy MaL Tournament with the Thursday. Apr. 22. A good I' ; I Mr. Vogh was born April 6,' and skittles . have another think at; tho Airport IT Spec

ews will .be In Keystone Ing results! : Mrs Alex tollow-I. program is planned with Dr.i 1BR3 (in Meridian, Miss., and': At their regular meeting Tuesday night Keystone I Forces continue their pa:

.Ights Monday and Tuesday ,I, 1st low net; Mrs. E. P. Men Cecil R. Hook of the Latchstring : was a retted employee of the<, Heights councilmen were pelted with abuse\! while chute: drops there this au

next werk lie will be the I zen. 2nd low net. Nursery speaking on the I steel Industry He was a mem-1 t, fielding such Questions as: mer. He said that he a

:est speaker at the Com-1 I, The ladles went to Green care and culture of camellias. II I ber of Faith Presbyterian Why havu't something been I Walker-had signed a slx-ye

umlty Church Men' Dinner'; Cove Springs Tuesday for "a I There will be a question and ; Church and the National dune about the Little Lake had not advertised< for a contractor lease with the city for t

< Monday e-venlrm.! and Ills'; day of golf:' answer period.An business ,1 rdi Bridge Structural & lion I I Keystone drainage problem? to do the work rather'' Airport property and had I

ubject wlU be Old Age As- Today' fThursday] is qualifying !- important Metal Association. No.'; 272 oi What ,happened to the trees: : than Just depend on personal vested: around $40.000 In t.

istance and related subjects day for club championship meeting will follow Every' Miami. He had lived at Mel-\ that were promised for the 'i contact. hay operation.
and 18 hob member Is urged to be present for the past seven years'I Former city employee Councilman BIU WarreAirport
jtnner will be at 6:30: p. m. In the 9 roso Woman's Club beautlflcatlon Andy
nd If you haven't yet ob-) '', group, to be played off next Due to unforseen circum- moving there! from Miami project Prate rose to say that he Commissioner, said 1

.clued your ticket, today is the Monday, Tuesday) a.nd Wednesday stances the Flower\ Show { I II where he had lived for 331 l Why hasn't the sidewalk to would take the contract butI couldn't give Menzen" the a

leadline. See Don Pangborn,, which was to have been held i w, years j the new! public library been I I was advised by Chairman' ewer "tonight but promi&i,

Bill Reynolds Jr. The price Next Thursday the members | on May 1. ha* been postponed.. Surviving is his widow Wll-,j I built? :, Beam that It was too late to set up a joint meeting wt t

$1 1.60, and no ticket will be will be going to Gainesville A future date will be announced t + Fa r ra lette Hughes Vogh of Melrose; Who's going to pay Airport i! since the Government( required those responsible for t

'jM, at the :door:! for another day of golf This) later r two sons Richard P. yeah I,' U'soeea tot damages if National that the money be used by Jump;: In an effort to nil

c)n Tuesday Coiiirc-H.m.uj. has been a busy month for the | I : Jr, of Gainesville and James''', Guard paratroopera keep i I a certain: date. dome satisfactory agreementIn

IlaQI hews will follow the folding club so farIT.KSONALS ,} ii4 ii4y W. Vogh of Commerce. Texas landing! in their.hay fields? 1 "Rather frustrating Isn't the only positive sent

fthcdule: Keystone : I mineral. As a matter of fact, rro { .,. err ; a foster lIOn, Ray C. Hughes I Why? Why? Why? i i it?* Mrs. McDonald commented of the evening. Council vot

KeUhts( School B.35: a m. On March 31. Mrs\ Fred he is building a swimming z I II of) Ardsay, N. V.; t.wol In spite of these and similar to employ Berwick Anders

,::45 a. in. Lake CH'iietn Post Bradley and Pat Barbara I bo a "gold/ mine" as his wife. I Faro i vq a' V, Hooper VoRh. both of Na-' outpouring abuae and accusation -I t Club president said her group I manent city: attorney.

'' ,S Midge Is a qualified\ Instructor ,g coochee Texas. bad been Councilman Haberstroli aa
>ffioe 11 n m Penny Farms: drove to Greenville, C.I) by George A. LaRue. promised trees
soot office, 11.30 a. m. Green where they visited Mrs. Dodd'si! and Lifesaver and she' Funeral services were heldat the Councilmen listened street beautification had dug> the position had been offer

Cove Springs (:ot o.'tk'i. 12 daughter. Romesa, and Bar I would like to give swimming ,I' Mr. and Mrs. Marwick Observe 3:30: ( p m. Wednesday in quietly and maintained their holes for the trees-.but still) to Myron Prevail, Ksvstoi,

noon\ with other Cluy County; \ bara's' brother. Dale who are 1 Instructions to small chlldl'l'n.1 Golden Wedding Anniversary 1 1I Faith Presbyterian. Church poise under fire. no trees. I, attorney, but that Prevail. d.

engagements! in the afternoon students at Bob Jones University. or to grown-up landlubberswho with Dr James R. Neale Jr Only once did< Chairman After Councilman W..tkln,1remarked : tUned the offer
I On the and
Saturday afternoon Mrs.
to meet with Sylvia Barbara, and Pat I have been too lazy to punch, Swansoncut officiating Interment was in' rato bU that the who! The meeting; was receM! <
He will be glad oflI I Wm. E. Beam. Jr. \ man I
April 10, Mrs Fred Docll the large wedding cake
constituent during his visit* .are all prospective! students of,I learn, or too embarrassed to J I'I : the family plot in Melrose voice. When Wally Muhlhofer promised the trees had died. pending receipt of v riderauditor's ,
Keystone Heights, Mrs. Hen-' 80
Approximately guests!
to the post offices, so why not nb; Janes: The group returned I>, Join the "Minnows' at the Park I Marwlckji! Cemetery under direction of rose to protest the abuse Mayor Beasley said he would} report oo expend
I| ryttnson of Winter catiitf u> winii the I ture. of Hurricane Dora dar
drop by to say hello, even If home Monday April 5. ,,, Rotarians. swimming program. and Mrs. Wesley Knadle of'I well. DaWitt\ C. Junes Funeral leveled at Coen .4r by LaRu, contact another source and)
have Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen' I Home. Cook see what: could be done. age funds.
von don't any problems Friends of Beverly Cuendet.t i I Jackoonvllle Marwlcks I Tax Assessor Janus : '
-three sisters Although the
for him to solve. daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. E.,, and family of Chicago, 111. I I, muttered. "Sit down" Cook, Mrs. Bird also said that\!
were co-hosstesses at a reception moved to Keystone only two 'yvTTIvTYPV
FRIENDS OF LIBRARY C. Cucndet, were happy to I were overnight guests of Mr. in turn was admonished by Council had promised 1200 in|
I for their parents. Mr months ago from Ocula. they
Friends of the Library will see her able to be In Church I I Hanson'a uncle, J O. Hanson I I bass on a trip, and their Beam who advised the-. taxi the past to be used for a aide-
and Mi's A. R. Marwick, at are no newcomers, having Uv..1
meet Monday, Apr 26, at 7:30: again, after being so 111 the'''( and his wife. Fern, last week. the Marwick home on Lake'! ed in thin area, during Key-j, largest one topped the scales j i assessor to mind his manners walk .to. the library- but *tl'| MELROSEBy

L". m. in the library building first of th" year. She has I The visitors were enroute to, Keystone, on the occasion of'j' stone's "pioneer" days. Mr. at nine pounds. Ray Rose,'' and sit quietly, aa! Council bad no ildwalk She paid halt a

ill members are urged! to at- made miraculous improve-; Miami on a vacation, their 50th wedding anniversary -'Marwick recently retired as Jack Cook and Bob Seville of'I done during LaHue's criticism. sidewalk would be better than :\IJ'.. Grant OothiumnMOKKISCHECSEMA.V
Tid this Important business ment. i Bob McClintock Jr. of Orlando I Gainesville got a nice string I Complaints about the Little none and Council agreed l to

Mr. Mrs Bill Slmeral, was the weekend guest Another daughter of) I 1 manager of Juniper Springs of 50 bream. Gene Webb, Lake Keystone situation. were have |2 )O worth of sidewalk, I ...........A
and the in
Marwlcks. Mrs. Dorothy the Ocala National Foiestafter
(l-OUNTRY CLl'B NEWS have returned from ; of Mr and Mrs. Bill Slnvral !II Buddy Ross and R. C. Slater I I I met by a promliw from Coun- laid and complete the Job]t
a 10-day Tllchman. who lives in California -: 26 years of service. They :
On Thursday Apr 8, the of Lake Brooklyn. Bob is a of) Jacksonville got good catch. I oilman Jack liaocfitroh that when more unds are available '
vacation during which they'Junior at the University of was! unable to attend j have purohased the E. C. WelI Mr. and< Mrs.: Howard
Including five bass and one,! amount for this work LaAue
spent some time with friends, Florida, Quests! were greeted at the I chel home on Jasmine Ave..I I!, an said! the council Morris announce the elll_.'

KEYSTONE I: Mr. and Mrs Robert McClln- I, Dr and Mrs. W. H. Newton door by Mrs Dodd who Invited -; overlooking ,Keystone Lake. I II II Jack for as my "Yankee".i would be Included in nextyear's lacked "business acumen' and ment of their daughter Tn..
neighbor, eight old Glenn budget, asked
tork. In Orlando, and then them to sign the guest I I I Their many friends wish I year why some people must die Faye, to Donald< Cheman. "
of Marquette, Mich have left I
Griffin calls It-one Plckerrcll. Mrs. H. L. Sutton said that bid for
Drive-In TheatreFrI. ,I drove on to Fort Lauderdale'I for home after a pleasant five book kept by one of the them continued: happiness' this was the third year ahe I' while property others at the airport son of Mr. and Mr
to visit Mrs. Simernl's aunt granddaughters: Miss Shirley I and are allowed toi Charles Cheeseman of Jac
> prosperity In their!
weeks at White Feather new, I
Dick and :Francis Hilliard had appeared' before the TwgotUte. He
I and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Leo questioned t tM
!.. Sat.Apr.. ilL 17 Swannon. Mrs. Knadle served home. onvUle..
Court. They plan to visit i I
Paravatl. When the Simeral's; I have no news to report today Council In this matter, and I sale of a water pump for 130.I .
II Vows will be exchanged I Ien
Alfred Hitchcock'sVertigo I, returned to Keystone the Par- friends in Maryland, and IllinoIs I I -but wait until next week! nothing had been done yet. I j I and asked who fixed the value 8 m. Mi
T.111rrIttTVwYr I p ceremony on
I avails came along-In their I em'oute home The New- YIm1 telling his Daddy he smelled I My Jack and Dick are planning Councilman Ed Bennett.I of such items. 22 In Ellam Cnurc''
tons have travelde extenijlve- a shell-cracker bed, and Roy I! on cleaning this lake out (streets) said he Inherited the : LaRue said the Council
and for
own paid
car- stayed a
Friends and relatives 11
few days' vllst They left for i I ly and we are not too INDIAN BEACHLnke kept pulling buss out of a,I of boon before tomorrow this problem when ne cams on the 483 for rental of a pick-up vited. are

their home on Monday. April I surprised to hear them say stump and telling Allan that i, time I Dick has had a bad council' lIe said that some of truck: "not worth $200". at/ DfPLICATE BRIDGE

James Stewart Kim 5. I, that Keystone Heights has was what he was smelling., back and has not been able the money received! <1 from the I the rate of 18 per hour, and ,
( Santa Fe) Winners at Melrone Ouplcate .
; "the nicest most friendly atmosphere Allan kept on until Roy let to go out In a boat, but then Federal government for Hurricane declared that one Keyston<
No Fred Dodd did not discover I I II Bridge Club for laU see
Novak : we have ever en- Mm. Jock F. Sillier, Sr. him try for shell-crackers I why should he? I understandh Dora damage would property owner was requiredto
uranium In his front countered. They expect to return and they got home with a I stood In his own front I have to tx returned because I I'r pay city employees 110 for include the following: i
yartf: -nor any other valuable I Paley Boyd and Mrs. C 101.18On.
I perhaps permanently! tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAhello string of 52. It the .
Betty said wasa 1 yard in the grass and: draggeda deadline for using It had euttlag up some tree while
+I haps permanently beautiful string of the largest nine pound basa. ashore) 'r been passed and the city I they were working on ('uti first place; Mrs. Fran
I and Happy Easter .Hubbard and Mrs. Paul A
; Mr. and Mrs Aaron) Johnston shell-crackers she had I How la that for fishing? could not find a''' contractor; time '
Fri'gidaire I city *-qulpmehtr"He l'
Maytag Zenith Bunny to you all I Johnson second place Mr
of Meadvllle. Pa ;
seen time. who
a long Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jamesare I: was willing to do the repeated his
Mrs. John Sliautfiicssy Lt a previoussuggestion R. W Becker and Mrs. Laun
guests at the White Feather
We are going to lone fine visiting with friends from work."There's.
Motorola very brave, person? She heads a that) an Airport Braahler. third place!' Afro
Seigler Court having visited here I ;
i set of neighbors soon. Mr\ and Clennont this week. Doyle and been 30 much talk Authority be created to ad-
up Cadet Troop 190( of Keystone Tt\elma Fry and Mrs. A. C
times before. wl're'
many They
Mrs Henry Blxby are planning Dorothy met them at the I about the Little Lake Keystone minister affairs of the
Helxhts. After weekend ,
Key.tonp.1| a Spires fourth place.
Fedders once residents of
to abandon us for the Ocala National Forest for a situation that they Just I Airport -
Heights. When they return camping trip last week- town of St. Petersburg Mrs. rest on Lake Sellars Th don't want to get. 1l1I'Ohedl!); E. P Menaen wanted SCHOOL NEWS

I home they' plan to make a1, end, these girls had provisions I Blxby has a brother down James' son Curt, and :MUs( with it. Bennett. Mid know who was going to re-k tot', The Elementary VanetrShow
YEOMAN'S Sales & ServiceI left, and this good woman I! was held
vacation Tuesday Apt
stop At Ashvllle. N.I| there and their children Frankllne Pw via of Miami. Tax Collector Sara Mel>on-I tmburae him and hU
C., and then BO on to Carter- consented for them to coma aid aaked I II I partner} eat 7:30: In the school aud-:
would like for the Blxbys tol I have announced plans for why the Council' IJndaey Walker, for "
out to her beautiful lake horn damages (Continued On
MEI.ROSC\ ref 175-2371 r ville. 111. to visit their i I I be down there closer to. some'of their wedding on June 5. The
department and have a swlmmlnw party I
family. Their son U a the family James' and the Art Wheelers
They had a wclner roast,!
head at Southern Illinois '
will be maklrur the trip tv'
Mrs. Connie ] a'
"Quality and Price"AUTO University swam, boated and went\ horseback '
group of good fishermen lately (Continued From Page Tenl 1
riding. Tills way many I! THANKS
(Continued On Page 10)) of the girls could work one| going out fran her fish'' A MILLION

badges for their Girl Scout, camp. Paul Horne and Bam FREE: U. S. GOVERNMENT, .
Dixon of Jacksonville have BOOK ON HEARING AIDS
work. They all had a fine 'I
time to say the least j again gotten 80 speckled: "Hearing Loses )Hope Thru ,i For
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE The Jimmy Gills from Jack perch.. Pete ZU o of Orange Ke arch" ': Your Wonderful Response To Our
I Park
has made several trips'
sonville were down on Tl1ur.- Writ or Call
I day afternoon This was to this camp lately. Ire has GainesvilleHearing Grand Opening Last Friday &
brought friends Bill Hall H. SaturdayWe
their "preparation" trip to get ,
their cottage open) again They or cornea alone. Aid Co.

I had not been down too much different times these men I 6JO: N. Main Ualnnttlllr ,

j lately, for these lucky |people -I caught around 130( speckled I!I IPt'rch 116-0093 Are Pteu ed To

ANTIQUES. SERVICETERRELL'S NURSERY I made a Mediterranean,. collectively Steve Announce The Following Winner"*, At
Broadway and Stanley Davis Our Opening Event
cruise this Inter. Everything I :

The Martin's Place O.C.Carnes Nursery I down was wonderful here and until what they a rude got 1 I| Keystone got seven bass eIghts, then Steve came and and MURRHEEInsurance Grand Prize, $100 Cash- A. S. Leath

Hiway 21 between Mclroao Hlwav 100 Flora.. home-23 awakening) Someone had i Bud Ralry. also of Keystone, Route 1 Keystone
and Key"tolloANTIQUES Gulf Service got five bass Heights
SB of
Miles Starke I broken Into their house, stol- with the top one Agency
:NK\V'\ Si:; ,'!UtI) TIR':$ : 1 weighing about 6 I.i pounds:
: en things from a TV to a lUr-H-Q Gril -e. I.. Clarke
(them $3.00 All Sixes After Keystone' Club E-tate'
Up a taste of this kind of General Insurance !
ISEO: nTKNITUBK: I Thousands dinner gong. Their boat had

RUT BELL TRADE iMhrlrathmIlalterle OPEN 7 AM. 7:30:* -.tnw P,MKcyclono .I' been stripped of controls, top,' back patching. Cuddy Rale came Finn- .'.rti.TY MA- nod and Kcel-denn; II. Crawford. lit. 1 I. Starke

True worth withstands the ll lhts 47.1-417 I Shade Trees, 1 ICvergreenaic .: I windshield, motor and tackle)1 and got six: bass F A. KINK: .\('TO-HOMMsKeyrton .
Test of Time." : Landscape I Plants All in Due to the Feasters having Saunders and Wilbur Kirkland lt i. U, 473-4TS8 OT1IEK PRIZE W1NNEKS

ClftMsi M.mday.riloMF containers plant any' their unmarked boat of :Macclcnny !got three "
HENDERSON'SService time. Camellias A aKiiletui. new I. IJlllae B. c.......+ti sex 101e
: 47.1-2413: stolen lost week > all Keystone Iaigat.i "aI._ .
I..tIll. do your lamlmaplng.Ph. / we air ... Hot .1. ".".__ 11.111:11I": A. "r' Ra'ber t. Jsrkan
Center fll4a.flfLSl: hl" and beginning to need a full deputy < ftAk.-
.\PPJ.lAN(}: I Standard Oil Products : sheriff In our areat I Want To Raise/ The Roof ? 1I.IJbtnay T. : ._ .. Boa 211. '=__
'I'f' Mr. and Mis. Pat Norswor- nawl"r; L. 0. jsrz-rs nMRh,1 L. a. 5 .
IUAI SEItVICiJohnson : ,.
K\f. ESTATE : Robert
T V Service CenterJ. r Outboard I' thy had ft short visit from Mr "Rai lng the roof" on "'Stake; .\..... Mliler. B.., 191 .,.._ Heights Wahbq. 774,

R. TIIICH, Proprietor Rates I Bervl IIOMK: Centrally Iniatml and \Mrs. Levon Andrews of '

Authorized Motorola PhUco FKhlnc Tarkl )Huntlns<; : S nil ''''Ih. K. OK. i icnirloMMl Starke over the '\\ ekf'11d. You r' 411iwes may r.deem their prises. .t C a (' Sisters,
Sales and Service"ITr..JI..nFUEL | .porch, central remember \frs.. Norsworthy as F > your way ofing\ \ ae3.Iit.rr. 1I"'l'hh)

NnliOn. All Make OIL-KRROSKNI3Intersection heat, air conditioning, our arrowhead l'oU..ctorho.. ..- i "...... ., .epesial. d.prir_ .

TV R\l UIO HTCKEO Hwy 21.100 large corner 1"1. near II 1, story was featured In last usually calls ...'" Terry U eMe.srati Runes "M.(UIG.....erAr....... R. R. Jmap. C "..po
COLOR TV Keystone Heights 473-4907 playground and Town. i t week's Telegraph As a note of DIt kto.... Ituern Jshwa .. H.

Work Gunranteed -TV Rental I Beach. I I I correction to that story, Mrs. \
aeynaloa.. Heights 473-4AAI < I I Norsworthy would like It for money.

-BEAUTY;; SHOP_S.E.McKay| Realtor II i known that her ancestor n.n'' i "

I Juan Andreu who was listedas t Where's It
Air Conditioners KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS Current Year Makes
SUPERIORBuTee having!! been born In 1813 and Models Most
10%;: bore' CoatI I Pliun 473-131 was' actually In the census of'' Coining from Less Than 100 Miles
Salon j :
I Installation extra I I 1813 with a wife, and family
Washers midim-d T."' : He born
: in
Specializing\ In ItESTAl1RtNTSBeidler'a was 1771 and In

a.lrICt'ral..t. \\llh Mrrvtr ItlMtiuntPrlren ALL FORMS OK. BE.\tTV! I II I Florida It was ht.s father who When ynu "rare, in advance for the import Full Factory Warranty-On the **

ffl.TI'RK HolidayInn was born on the Island of Minorca ant t kings you want it take much Spot n:-r M

WHEELER'SDiscount i Tinting Dyeing. .BUachlnft: I Restaurant Tills woman Is quite 1 less money than when you buy "on lime.'

Store I Cutting Naturally Curly Hair fabulous to talk with she has CETTIM; ; interest t (on jour sating" instead Late Model First Class Used
Open 9 a.m. To B p.m. 8 Davo ( Fine Food Moderately Priced traced her ancestorv back to Cars & Trucks
ON:', T of PAYING it (in "c rr 'ing charjre
Between Melro. H Keystones I After 6 By Appointment Only I HAYS WEEKLY the liSO's. A most Interesting > -
(.R. fl-2401 !MRI.RdSR: : : Citrus Are Rear Co-op | Full Din,...... T.uiirhM neighbor to have) ") makes the difference!

Keystone Haifiht* 473-4530 AU C. r1 -ItitlUa' Fasts! Mr, and \Mrs. Rov Griffin
When AUTO l
AUTO REPAIR I i nr.r.n; Mv fishingguests this.t' you e-a.H-you-enrn" and pay-an- ( & C MOTORS
I 11 Block North of Red Light OU-RO. your money( buys a lot MOKE; : of
Goetzman Bros. : Furniture! & Jppllatlt'e.oNEW I j, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Plant cousin.Cltr. and Orls noy's Browningof co j- the goad things of life: Open a ravings Supermarket

GarageHEPAIR j AND USED; sin, Bynum Sayer of Ambrose account here now, where jour money located I. Downtown" Keystone'
I Furniture A Appliances I..USED! CARSHanks Oa. his son-in-law" anddauwhk'r earn'" MORE: money for you. height On Iliw.y. 100

I Mr and Mrs. J D.
MOTOR BOnr PAINTING Used Cars Lankford of Bro':ton. Oft. are.. North Central
all .
bAck to catch .
some moreof Only
.*].. Lawn Mowers-OutfcoarJMotor i i and 3.T Shop
these fish like
Rw heloed
of Bargains I j them Member F.D.I.C.; Keystone IleighUVowFrlemtIr .1... Auto Supermarket '
ITwy -21 Keystone Heights i,I Ruy Sell Trade catch. recently Som I

Next to Dr1v-In. Theatre. S Blocks North of Light Hi way 1OO. 8 mi. South more folks ha have caught Rink)" In Your Friendly
,, t of Starke the "Banta. -Itw. Orls.
Pk m 473-1104 Htal Row 11 ** II
Nile Sun.. 473-3183 KEYSTONE HKIC5KTS I I Phone 473-4233 ROT: and Allan went out SUn- Community. "If We Haven't Got It-We'll Get It"BRADFORD

day afternoon, and Allan kept .


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1 Puerto Rico came over Sat- thorno spent the weekend I portance to older people when we ali before they are 12 name was mentioned in an- I Gospel Is the "good news'*

urday afternoon While Jack!!: ,, with his uncle and aunt, Mr.and he speaks at the Meiv's Club I Inches wide! 14 Inches long other item In this column II that Christ died for the sins
INDIAN BEACHI and Billy fished I got seven Mrs. B. E. Kelley I supper next Monday night: and have a draw-string closing Larry Pelton of Jacksonville I Christ; Is I of an who will accept His

I I bass! Nanny and I prepared ;; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Temble- Dr. Arthur Brainerd, club at the top. Please make a student at St. Johns .. shed blood at calvary for their
for a fish supper with other ton of Trumbull, Conn and president, advises that the them of some substantial cot- II River Junior College, was in I atonement? of sins. He was
(Continued from Page Eight I members of the family. We Mrs Ruth Williams are !guests scope of Rep. Matthews' talk ton material any color-any Keystone Heights last Thurs- T h Answer crucified for our sins according -

went down to the Gainesville, of Mr. and. Mrs. R. F. Sim- will be broad and will show i pattern. The brighter and day and again on Saturday, to the Scriptures! and was
Miami for this occasion.We Police Benevolent Camp on i mons. the differences between public'I gayer the better. Some ladies visiting Mary Ann and David Uy raised for our Justification.

were quite pleasantly the other end of the lake and Mrs. Ncttt! Mann Is. home welfare, such as old age assistance : complain that they have no Schaeffer and enjoying the Believing1 in Him Is to receive -
surprised on Saturday afternoon 1:, hag: such a good su)'per with I after a brief stay in St. Vin- and the overall sub- ', piece of material that large; swimming: at Keystone Beach.: Rev. Charles Harvey Him for in 1 John 3:12.:
Jacks youngastlbrother :
when Miller I Police Lt. Basil and Mrs. Hill cent's Hospital. I ject of problems of a !lnf(. !I however we have discovered Mrs. Owen Baker cam: M Pastor First Baptist Church we read. "HE THAT HATH
R. Billy
W. We and others. We had plenty, offish i Mrs. Jf'anh! Bass and son of Tickets are $1.50 and it is :!, that two or three pieces sewn home from the Naval Hospital THE SDK HATH LIFE AND
drove IH in the :yard. | to eat, but I won't know New Smyrna BeaM are visiting -, Important that they be pur- : together to !give a patchwork Sunday, April 4, and is feeling Law ley, Fla. : HE THAT HATH NOT THE
could not Imagine for we had!:! I ( . some of the bunch I IhOlv. ;I her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. chased before April 16. effect is also' attractive.So mighty spry for someone I II SON OF GOD HATH NOT
him and hit family goodbye :: -
nude fished for\ anchors most of the V. Slade and family. At the general meeting of I get out; the scissors, gals who was so ill. Major Baker LIfE." Yes! Christ Is the
In October
back wheal afternoon I I Mrs Ethel Gress of Columbus Community Church Womenon and hop to Iii! has to keep a tight rein on medy for every man is the Answpr.WILLIAMSr.
the Navy sent them to Puerto So Happy Easter Eg3 Ohio Is visiting her sons' I Monday Apr. 9, the Nom PERSONALSMi's.; her 10 she won't overdo. Lou- I The Bible reveals that all same, a New! Birth and the
Rico. He had come home un- ing to one and all I Hunt'I'I and trwlr families. Mr. and I inating Committee placed the J. O. Hlmble was hostess I ise (Mrs. Baker) had a "tight men are sinners FOR ALL f impartation of a new kind of
der sad clrcumstanccs'l member-try to attend church I Mrs. Richard E. Logsdon and I following slate of officers before on Thursday evening squeak", and realizes it, so we HAVE SINNED AND life. The gospel is the powerof

though- as an more than Just on Easter I Mr and Mrs. BUI Logsdon; of the membership: President April I, at a Surprise Birth- trust she will not get too frisky SHORT" OF THE GLORY OF' God operating toward the
wife and son of his friend andfl'lend's Sunday. I Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. Walter drollck; I party for Mrs. C. L. Sipe. Mrs. The major should! be GOD. Romans 3:23.: Reml'm-I' moral and Spiritual transformation -
two year old son, who II I and Mrs. C. H. Holden 1st Vice President and Pro- Sipe was on3 pf 15 guests. commended for running a her the man on Skid !'I of man. And It works) '
had drowned from a fall anda :! not different in kind from ths that it
who. with Thousands will
I visited their son and:! daugh- gram Chairman. Mrs Char- their hostess, made well-ordared household. I' testify JEWELRYREPAIRS
Jump on their boat seven ter-in-law Mr. nnd Mrs les Wallenius; 2nd Vice President up four tables of cards. Every Recent guests of Mr. and rest of us. He Is merely worse does. No man who wants to
miles off the coast of Puerto MELROSE Clarence Holden. and children: and Missionary Chair. one enjoyed the evening in Mrs. Cecil O'Brien were Mr In degree. On Skid Row we climb up out of his past, and
Rico. We were glad to see him I the lovely Hlmble home see fallen man at his dismal)I find better life here and
1 I II Sunday enroute to Tallahassee man, Mrs Arthur Brainerd; )I overlooking and Mrs. Moore Summr of' a
but how much busier I am worst. In the better neighborhoods :MACHINE:
Lake Geneva. most of all life eternal, can
I ,: for the legislative session Treasurer Mrs. Bernard Slo-! Euclid Ohio. Mr. and Mrs
now trying to talk Jack into I Continued from Page Eight) '. Mr and Mrs. B. E. Kelley comb; Secretary, Mrs. L. C.I On Sunday evening April Ernest P. Railings! of Bay Village t we see him at his overlook the Gospel. It is ENGRAVING

let's us visit them. Wouldn't'you !' torlum. Shelley Holden won I spent' Tuesday in Gainesville.Mrs Stripling. The election 11. Mr. and Mrs. E. T Bennett Ohio, also visited the O'- polLshed best but he Is the I Ood's way out, and there Is SCHOOL, JEWELRY
all like two 1 I for all his
one or : same man disguise.
col'I''I' first prize with baton dance I James C. Oaboard! take place at the May 3 meet- I entertained some of their Briens on their return from a no other. DIAMONDSI. :
umns from us down In the gutter we find him
and daughters. Katie and Marie neighbors with a' cook=out hi winter vacation at Daytona +I Romans 1:16: we lead
I routine. "The Toy :Trumpet: [ ( ,I ing.The I chained by dope and drink) D. BRACELETS
Mrs. Jewel Rose and guests. Melissa Oano, Ellen Bryan thaw: to Danubury, Conn. following Circles Will' their back yard. Enjoying: Beach. "FOR I AM NOT ASHAMED
.. Mr. and Mrs. David Lowery all Pam Sheppord! and:: Jenlse to attend the funeral of her meet at 1:30: p m., April 19: this affair were Jim and Gerry Mrr Ida Gentry was honored and dirt On the Avenue we OF THE GOSPEL, OF CHARMS ETC.
of Jacksonville, had a nice Butts second Mrs. I father Mrs. Orollck's circle at homeof Beeler and Jimmy, Jt.' Don on the occasion of her 89th I find him bound by pride and CHRIST; FOR IT IS THE

.. weekend here at Mrs Rosas'! Teslcc's won fourth grade prize!* won among Mrs H. LlsMiby visited Mrs. Mrs Watson; Mrs. Mc- and Shari Morgan and chil- birthday anniversary with a lust To God there Is no difference -, POWER OF OOD UNTO Starke. Fla.:

cottage. the classes! and Mrs.WiUJams' f John Jrrell of Hawthorne Donald's circle at home of dren. Mr and Mrs. Everett surprise party at the home of, God sees beyond appearances SALVATION TO EVERY ONE.('
Our sympathy goes out to fourth Wednesday Mrs. Kingsbury; Mrs. Davis' Fox and children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd last Thursday -: and He knows) THAT BELIEVETH" Yes the

the Earl Voylcs family!] They grades were third runner anj up.; I I II circle with Mrs. Joseph Stein; Mrs Richard ,Morgan, visitors The refreshment table I what Is In every man. His re- ,I .

were called to Charleston, S. Misses Sara Baldwin, Mar- Mrs. Wallenius' circle at home from California, and Mis was centered with a beautiful
That's Our Business
C due to the death on Fridayof i lene Odom and Becky Buell of Mrs Frank Wheeler on Martha Susan Ritch of birthday cake decorated with birthday on receiving; news o* GLASS

Mr. Voyles' mother Mrs.' left Thursday and arrived I KEYSTONE Spring Lake: Mrs. Williams' Starke, as well as the Ben- red roses.The following guests the birth of. new great- I' -If It's Class We Have II"

Rebecca :VoYles Their daughter -I home Sunday from a state HIGHLIGHTSContinued I circle with Mrs. Schroeder on nett's two phlldren.. presented Mrs. Gentry with a granddaughter, Kimberly Helena -
friends. Rev. J, D. pastor daughter of Ronald and CALL WRITE or VISIT
Peggy stayed with convention in Clearwater. Brooklyn Lake. Bowen new birthday book of verses and a
They had been expecting this, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Spurloclc I' Please note changes In the of the First Baptist Church guest book in which all signed Cathy Haberstroh of Wil- FOR ANY (LASS NEEDSHEA'S

. for Mrs. Voyles had been quite' took Misses Jean Lively) Carol [ from Page Eight!: I II II following Circles: Mrs. Elmer in Keystone Heights has been their names: Mrs. Bertha I I lIamsport. Pa Just four days c. V
Kick! for a long: time but doesIt I Howe's will meet at 9:30: a. m. honored to be asked to be Jones Mrs. Nettle Stltchberry.'I previously, a grandson was GLASS CO.
Chlapplnl, Maria Yarborough
prepare one any better? Our Connie/ I HARP CHAPTER NEW in the educational building I the Chaplain of the Statesenate Mrs. Ruby' Strickland, Mrs.' born to the Haber.strob/s( son- .
heartfelt condolences to you Morris Phylliss to Odom 4-H and Fashion i [By Helen Egan: 1 bring hostesses for the Men's during this term of Melba Ilgen. Mrs. Lisa Han in-law and daughter Mr and (NOT INC.)

., all. Show in Palatka a Friday AAnp Community Chapter I Club dinner Evening Circles Legislature in Tallahassee. son. Mrs.\. Lu Gaunt, Mrs. Mrs. Robert Mix, also of Wil- Formerly Joe Peters Glass! Co."

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Strand- The fourth fifth and sixth 324 enjoyed a covered dish will meet April 29. Nightingales Rev and Mrs. Bowen moved to Helen Wullenius. Mrs. Laura ltam port. But the greatest ; t We i Design :Modern\ Store Fronts'"
luncheon at the Community at Keystone Heights about six was the marriage! of their oldest i jJ! L
berg have both been under the with Mr Ida Gentry Freeman Mrs. Gladys Haber I
grades will go on a field trip I l Just Mail Us A Pattern For
.. weather. "Uncle Charlie" has bus I Church educational buildingon 7:45: and Rebeccas with Mrs. wetks: ago from Vidalla, On.. stroh and Miss Lillian Gentry grandson, Oary Haber \ii
to Silver Springs by w"
. had his breathing trouble and Thursday. Children will be April 8 with 44 membersand I J. M. Wrinkle at 8. and are occupying the Baptist; t.. daughter of the honoree.Mr. stroh, who is stationed at the !!1 Table Tops

"Aunt Jo" has had: a touch given reduced rates at the friends attending. Greetings REVIVAL CONTINUESThe )parsonage on Jasmine Ave. and Mrs. Jack Newark N, J. airport His 1313 N.WTTth PI. Gainesville: Fla. Phone FR2-I353: :
of virus. They had all of their were extended to Mrs A. Revival being conducted Mrs. Gay Livingston of stroh were doubly naber-I I bildejs an; elementary schoolteacher

children home this weekend.It .I springs.First second and third .O. Lente of Hawthorne as the by Rev J, D. Bowen( at the Mandarin! was the weekend Mrs. Hab >r"troh'" ( there. '..
,97th member! of the chapter. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gay --
turned into a family re- grades will have an Easter First Baptist Church will con- ,
union and then some, Mrs. hunt Thursday. Out of town visitors were I tinue through Sunday evening.O. i Livingston, Jr., of Nelson's
I egg : Mrs D L. Gilliland of Land Point..
Strandberg reports. Their son- Friday and Monday are L. Jarvis Minister of Music
S in-law and daughter and of Lakes, and Rev. and Mrs at the First B;>tlst Church of F,4nle'and Beverly Wld'gren:!

.: grandson. Sam Dorothy and I Easter Faith holidays.Presbyterian Kindergarten William Nofcler of Ocala, Starke Is In charge of the were recent guests of White
. Charles Henry Butler of Or- guests of Mr. and Mrs Axel music. and Mlttle Hayn/1 u. spending SALE I
I held an Easter erg: OFFICE EQUIPMENT
' mond Beach were here for hunt last Friday on the Malmgren. FIREMEN: : HONOR CHIEFS. about four days In Keystone I
: the whole weekend. On Sun- I' grounds An Easter programwas Highlights of the Area I FAST ANt> PRESENTThe Heights before returning to''
AARP Conference at Atlanta
" their home In Huntington
, day, the Strandberg: boys given and refreshmentswere men of the Keystone
Charles and Paul, and their served. were reviewed by Mrs. Francis Heights Volunteer Fire Department Tenn. The Wldegrens had Intended !

a V wives and children came down I Mrs. Nell Roundtree of Melrose Egan chapter delegate.The held a party last to fly down but baj '

: from Jacksonville..This Is the Mrs. William H. Round- next AARP meeting will, Friday night! as a conclusion: weather made It necessary to Colo' NEW ELECTRONIC MARVEL Cole's HEAVY DUTY
,. kind of company to have. Due tree and children Steve and be Game & Fun Day on Apr. to their Fire College activities drive down instead.. At the :'

a to "Uncle Charlie1 health, Dean of Cocoa Mfr and Mrs. 22 at St. Anne's Episcopal I Which had been going on all i same time, Whitey's brother, I ADDING MACHINE -

- or'. the boys !got all of the lawn I T. A. Roundtree and children Church at 2 p. m. Members week. Special guest at the I, Dayton Haynes. of Granvllle.
of wishing to donate a prize for '' Ohio, was also a guest at the I
mowed to keep him out Carol Ann and Ricky and Mr. I party was! their first fire I
. that. yard! He just won't leta i and! Mrs. Robert Roundtreeand bingo: may add to the fun. Cam Bastedo. prc Chlef'l' Haynes home.
good man stay down. CharLes : children, CUsy and Jim- CO.IIAHTNITY:\ CHURCH Fo ston. Os. Mr. Mr and Mrs. HerbertLouth, E36 WAabe
got on the! dock in the my of Gainesville spent Tuesday [1By Helm EiranJ I mused the group with tales of : of Keystone Club Estate have I pT W feu 4 ID* s

afternoon and got 10five in Tallahassee to witness Identical worship services "the Rood old days" when he Just returned from Wapakon- s -
pound bass. On Sunday after- William H. Roundtree taking will be held Easter Sunday and'a' few of the others were ; etai. Ohio.. where1 their two I r

noon, Mr Strandberg's cou- the oath of office as new morning at !9 and 11 a. m. Dr. I' building the fire! hou/w.! married daughters live During -
sin Mrs, G LeyneB. and legislator. Mr. Roundtree is A. C Holt requests that The three other Fire Chiefs their visit, their son, who ,

daughter, Dorothy, came over I an attorney at Cocoa.Mark everyone who Is not a Sunday : since Mr. Baatedo's time were :I with his family, had been inY I
to visit from Gainesville. They Is School member, please ar-i: alto! on hand: N. W. Harden- :: England for the past three
Kinchen of Miami
all had a good. time being together. range to attend th<> early ;j I bfrgh, Tommy Mllllcan and years came home, and the
visiting his mother, Mrs. C.
service. This request is made Everett Fox. In that order I family had a real reunion. LI
P. KInchen, Lake Santa $149.00.r.
on !
Our family had a grand fish so that Sunday School members I Fox the present chief, wilt : The son ana his family will .. 10 KIT MANUAL

fry with some of Jack's rela- Fe.R. and officers who meet at |l serve' for the coming year,' next be assigned .to Walla sout For addition, subtraction' and tilling. Total' eopoo.Ity .
tives last weekend. Hi* mother. M. Vickers is in Alachua 9 a. m. will be able to attend Walla. Wash. I 9999999.99 both poiillve and ".;0'1.'.... Ky

Mrs. Eunice Miller of General Hospital. the It o'clock service.A I also.The men enjoyed' a delicious The Keystone Louths also eIV( ALL TRANSISTOR MODE for ..peat.nd Non-odd, Minuv Sub-total Totalf

" Gainesville and brother. Billy Mrs. George O. Thlffprn of special Easter: offeringwill meal and a few games of Visited! with Mr. Louth's parents Wt* y....>.lmOit.(tAC:.) Keyboard Clear t_. Two-color ribbon with, lub-. \
Miller of Roosevelt Roads, East Palatka visited her parents be taken for needed repairs I poker afterwards Mr. and Mrs A. L, Louthof I HOUCTID n OOUIINI UATHEI CASt trod ftem' negative" total. and iub-total printing

Mr. and Mrs. R. MCcvson. and redecorating of the LUCKY I.EATH! Lukevlew, Ohio. a Dictate. yew' con, Horn. or dofet.. ttf .In red-lose'"x 11" .No.436 $149.10
educational building which! Winner of the $100 door Lawrence K. Walrath and ,I Mar your UM while litth" n mind. theol far Actarta. Rconh In,.* piwI.e.
ARE TERMITES Otis and Lee Ford spent theweekf'nd will be used for services during prize at the Grand Opening of Wife and son of Washington view and conference Oprate .
with his and !in Heights I a For office freiHerfpflae. Your ..u tiiryUiteni .,...
son construction the new the Auto Supermarket on D. C. are Keystone .* atlty as Ihe phone f iron
to year olakuloa, then type ot keftun "
... DESTROYING daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. church sanctuary, which is I Saturday was Mrs Eunice B'I for the Easter Holidays to ......Oyital dear playback. .utomat'ca' Dictate at Mm er
Gary Ford of Zellwood. hoped will begin this summer. i I Loath, who was very lucky( In- visit Mr. Walrath'a parents, I 611014 car. Eliminates ratify ,tenettfatUa. -
and Arthur Crab- Mr and Mrs Frank M. Wal- e ......! eny phone c..v.r.a 1o. Seth, your a
Mr. Mrs Sunday School Easter Egg deed. We congratulate her of
YOUR HOME? on . the raga\ tailing." to you. OraPIiM
tree of Carpenter, Ohio spent hunts will be held Saturday. I her good fortune. rath, Sr.

"- FREE Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. I Each child is asked to bring LIONS AID SIGHT I Mr. and Mrs.\. Alfred Bry- L

....... Tom Spulock on their way to I two colored eggs and a basket. This; past week, the Keystone ant of Hampton were Sunday

::.. INSPECTION Bradenton.Mrs. The Kindergarten Group from Lions Club) has famished afternoon guests! of Mr. and
Claude Martin has returned -I 11 to 12 noon and the Primary glasses for two eldpjly perSons Mrs. Bill Simeral of LakeHrook3

: 1eltColiwlsow.cun t home alter a brief stay I I Group from 10 to( It. whore a need was lair 1 I' "n. David Edmondson "IAfT.1'rP1"
In Bradford County Hospital Congressman Billy Matthews cated. Next on the list are A student at the University of STilL STORAGE CABINIT

5,19: E. Can 54-39G3< : ( j Randy Wainwright of Haw- I will bring a message of imfnleresfoarnlng Ii two students who cnnnot af I Florida was one of Slmerol's ,I fr This: IuD the tobtnet' U a Ilnr I crdd"btI ..
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ford to buy their own. If you weekend guests, accompanying r to any Office.Duttproof,heavy souse ,
want something done, look fora ing McClintock. whoseSTARKE\ I II I 1F stool protected by strong deer t

Lion I equipped" wtth a two-way tocUng. do- 33 DIAWH CABINIT

NEWS: FROM: ST, controlled by a paracentric fate 360 Compartment" Capacity. WilT:! pay for !heir 'In

: E"i: WILLIAM'S I I I iii oily anembledL 72" hlgH, W .wide tafo-aiMfdito; ....,cIw...., toots, catalogi, printed

S p o : On Palm Sunday palms 18'V\ deep. Four adiintabte; .K.I...., .'c. Intkle; drainer tixct I'." wide, :3"dhq,1 *
were blessed before Mass at ; 12" d..p Cabinet Ira :30'i" .wide. J7H" *
St. William's. : BUSINESSDIRECTORY Mht Green, Otlve Oman Oewrl Sons, d'OS' 1 12." d.*p. Heavy (*.(. Mat Green, Oltva

... This evening Confessionswill I Cf Cote Gray._No. 773 $$9.00I Grain, c..rr Sand or Cray_ No. :3312 $4'.9'

be heard from 5:30: to'I I r..1 Aunr..otrb.Ir..NansHlsas.a. Ab.ibl..t. ..c1 6:30: at St. Edward's churchIn w:* 2 .dtnrobl.l Wlvid l ; *.. Mhiaa: 19wpwn.
.aeMnebeMkiin'lMa.. vat'
a Starke. At 6:39, Solemn No.l' U' Jet ..+e.. N., 3112D"ICONOMTCKelr"'.00
: a : I 4.E
...... .... ""'-'n' an EveningMass will be held, a* REPA1K3evee ee HOMMBBiWEarl'a I I Add(8a..f( .,.. e-iM fSJJte.For .

....... ,., w..l1l\I! a First Holy Communion -I'I Garage i '
group, and the Blessed ,
.. k Sacrament will be taken in ', ALL KINDS OP Correct (Improper'

Procession! to' the Altar of Re AUTO! REPAIR WORK poitgr.. All nylontxorfngi.

bank savings. w pose. Adoration will be held' All Work Guaranteed I t Fingtrtipodjintment.Stceleand;

until 10 )p. m. at which time rhone MIVIWMSa. ( .

_: nccovnr. .. j the church closes.On Waln.t. SUtrko 4 bock lupport.. Sac"
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Oooa 1 Friday, St. Ed- 161 ". 14'i .2'j..
a ward's will open at 9 a. m. II No. 3909 >$<".n

with Adoration until 6:30: p. Gilbert S. Brown I I >k
f m. at which time there will IPHOl3TTSY COIOISlTImfc
be Solemn Good Friday Liturgy Standard Oil Service Station G..... ....., T...
,.... ... ..
AT1J1H N / c; .
and Adoration of the i
= Whether for emergency or opportunity Cross. Holy Communion will TIRES: & RATTERIES: I f ty
be distributed at that time I Qa you actually need ready cash or want it quickly
On Holy Saturday' Confess rhone t104-reTl I
for some special purpose a substantial' sayIngs StarkeHURST'S
ions at St. William's will be 101 N. Tempo n. "PasT--
... "' reserve built by regular monthly or payday from 5 tll 5:45: p.m., and at I +ef" "' ''11'4Io' cog

.. deposits here, Is hard to beat! We'll help your St. Edward's from 6:30 till .s"CONIUENC"Desk .rtlp ."1...'....'. All

savings grow faster. by adding interest. as I 7:15: p. m. Easter Vigil ServIces Service Station evxvtrrei who eeed more.op, TMK. oeneikerwfang BKOCATOI COlOlfier ylon beortngt. Sreel

earned. Open an account here now// ing of will Paschal begin 1 at Fire 7:30.:and Bless-Can- ,|I Ooe Olla Lubric UonOoodjrar I wig cofflforlaUy teat I to 10 pea. ,... sn... c_ s..f. s.rpie. -. baud, beck wpporl On*
ptooe bass In colon
"IU1.LJ 61F' Man Cele Gta >. tie
die Easter and Baptism! Heavy gauge steel Uno>.... covered top. ) -
harnonlte with .
Vows. fallowed by Solemn'; ROAD Tlree SRRVTCB A Battertra! I IjiUKKT C....... rMilock!< and .7rw.' W S. lUll .OO' Top h,*.'* epbelttery.. Na oa

Mass j[ I ....... ",_ ha.r.I ... &. .....$1 a 6.9s A..bIe.* c.-... Top eeded foa. rvbbe

.FLORIDA I Mass on Faster Sunday wU11\, METAL WORK |' tI.. "_1 Uner 4 bm &,_... 1B6.9S :0' .....da.oa.-.rae. -- 1'! ".1/".a2.._

bo at 8 a. m.. at St. William !: N.... 4,...... 6 ... .It..... 19J.4J .:::;13gg dt "C3 ND.2aiOUfM.fSTelegraph".
In Keystone Height. j Thompson Sheet '
-"BilfN'K: Jt I{? !I t tjtR: "K L. : St William's Altar Society'' Metal Works ,

a-.... .. : _; .. ",_ will meet Monday. April 19. All Metal Work
at 10 a. m. In the Parish HaU.

'w One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group are Ditty due Bags at this(comfort meeting bagel Call, ESTIMATES."ANT) INSTALLATION'FABRICATION I Bradford County

A ..elr'nail.' .
473- leafing SjrotemePh.
Mrs Lena Clemens at
4". Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 1937: for InformatlOJ'oncl'rn- o4 -or14 Ret 16K: Rt. 1 I
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TY9TY..YYYYTTYT91 ctpol Erwin Land. and teacher lldea which. he made on a recent Vincent's Hospital spent the, the DyiU family SJad drove the school bus. It by another fallen limb that were' expoctinRr, their daughter. to help w1t.h the mo vine.Mra .

'. Mrs. Sally Tobar. I'm CUre trip to the Holy Land. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E'I Mrs. T. H. Pre> *ley and Scheduled noxt 1 1. a field slanted upward to where the Frances home Wednesday O." P. Wadaworth! was

BROOKERBy I{ the youngsters were fascinate Everyone la cordially Invited M. Norton. I children of High Springs spent I trip to Six Qua Territory for next was. Probably she started for the Easter weekend from' taken to. Bradford CountyHospital last

at seeing1 how a meat pack. : to attend each and every jone i Mr. and Mra. Robert A.Chesser Sunday with her brother-in- Mrs. Joan NuU>r second :i with seven egft*. they think. nurses' training at St. Vin 'I on Thursday; of ..-
reek lor treatmen'
ing plant is operated. I'm also of these eervicea.PCRSONALH I apent Sunday with law and mister, Mr. and Mrs : grade, on Monday Apr. 36 I and came don" every day to cent' Hospital In Jackson: / pn

Betty' Rabon sure that they and their sponsor relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Veil Jamea Crawford' anti family. I On May 7, Mm.\ Wanda eat whtk she was setting on ville. I .
and Mr*. M. M. Mat-
.. ."' ."' ., would \like to thank thoae i Mr and Mrs. Frank T I Yromans. Mr. and Mrs. Junior I Don Leo who is stationed :at' Johns' fourth and fifth grade the CRMS: she then Jump' j up I Mr and Mrs. Carroll Onxnn cliett ant roclfntlylJllent.Week' / in

at Copelonda who allowed and of Gainesville Thompson all of St. George,. Port Gordon. Ga.. spent hiM I and Mrs Dorothy Hibbard'asixth onto the sloping! limb anJ i and three! children of Middle-; I'
) son Miami with tlielf .ori-n-"v
!MOFTOALI I1KHKTUESDAY !: them to make such a visit. IPARKWELL I dinner ruesta.. Saturday I1'C"1 Oa., and Mr. and Mr*. R. A.Chesscr leave with hi* mother. :Mrs: grade will spend the climbed "homi to her nrst. burg visited Mr and Mra. v.1 And daughter. Mr. Mrs,

: M1UIIT Pearl and and son in Monlac. Eugene Pearson and Mr. t'ear- : day at Stephen Fcwfr Wcmoilal When the Ix>tta dlacovrred: her. J Blade last Saturday: evcn- ajidl
: PARTY Mrs. Markey rx"* Pearson. .
The Orst real. aoftball gameof Ga. aun. at White SpriliMR. and on th. ground one afternoon 8Iad '. aunt and ulster.! Mrs. .4Mr.
Jo Amanda Lewrta. ; i and Mrs. ,Donald Mc-
Terry and Eddie .
the ..eaaolwill be playedat Mr*. W. S. Oliver of Jacksonville Guests of Mr. ant Mil. A the third grade! will go to Ma- lost week with two chicks theylooked Slado's aunt and sinter Mrs.
Brook or Field thla Tuesday ford were given a far11 Mr. and Mrs. Buster Ilinai I : I ', M..lol1" c.410 cnlhiren of Dny.
spent the weekend C. P-arco during the week rlneland on May 13. for oth-T In the nest Annie Mae West and Mrl. *
I party Thuriday at the and of Gainesville were I IS.turol.y tons Beach spent' Sunday v>r3'
night con
night with Brooker going First and second grades Two remainIng were' Ocala.
with her parents Mr. and were Mrs. Johnny Young, are eggs Loin Hur.hes of I
Community Cent'. 30 and g-ueutt \II Ith Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Wat-
r. About Sunday
up against Florida Pest Control I also to to the f'nrldlState\ StartIng to hatch and thorewns
'. F. O Conner daughter and sun of Athens, go Charley DJimUon! injured;!
people In to of Mr." and Mra. J. T. Bas.. 11\11' tenon and all visited me
of Stark Brooker field I young dropped Mra J. M. Bradlry had as CJv, Jimmy Sapp of :Mluml Museum! In Gainesville for one more chick' very his hip In a fAll! lust week at Wattersons and

will altto be used by five other' give Terry Jo and Eddie gifts and family. I I Sunday guests Mr and Mrs. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Wailvn sip part of tho school day but weak and RVORHV. They tried !,I the home In MAcclenny whera I Frederick '
their Starke.Sunday .
teams for Softball games until : and wish them much happl- Al-C Mike Holder, son ol I D. Bradley. and children Mr. and daughter of Jacksonville. the definite date has not yet! hatching: these nt home and h9 baa \been sttiylnu.Mrs. new baby at'\of the .

the Softball field Is ftnJllhed.1 nea In their new home. Re- Mr. ant Mm. C. E. and Mrs. Jim Harris and: Mr." ant Mrs. Fred PenJur-! \been sot. according to P1'ln-1 keeping tIlt chirk" alive with Tlielmn I/own and son TVnnl'ions visitors Mr. and AC.Mrs.

Starke and Hampton will be' freohmenta were served by ha* rumod his du" Hoider'j baby all of Orlando. Mr. and : via spent the weekend with clpnl Richard Joe It el. the g>i stove pilot lluht but Donald Hartley moved recently : -I Joe Bparkman.were Mr.:,and Mrs..

playing games,, ,her this week Mrs. Dollie Harrell. Mr. Jean the U.S. Air" Force I Mrs. V. N. Oelxer. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Gordon In Registration folios fnr thf none of the three survived. from the home In Hampton Earl IXnnlson. and Kathleen
too. Douglas )11''. Edtth Melvin :SO leave. Airman Mr. and annual swimming However they still have the
ing a diy Mia. R. C. Bradley. i Bunnell. summer where! they had been 11..1 I Di-nnlson of cinlnenvuie.Mr .

BIKTIin.YY PARTY and Mrs. Joyce Langford. The Holder ia presently in Mra. J. M. Bradley and Mr. And Mr. Ralph WUe program have been sent out: hen and the two "upace age"chlcksl ln*. I and Mrs. Robert Ferrell

Dan.iy lljna son of Mr. and, Lanvforda. who have been a. continue his training daughters all of Jacksonville: and sons and Johnny Brown tills week. Mr. Jockrl! said.\ I I MI' and 1011'.. Francis Men;!I of Jacksonville visited hero

Mrs. J. T Bas. .. celebruted hi* aoclated with the McDavid :Mini Peggy Fowler la horn I and Mr. and Mr*. J. U Bradley a r-.nt one day sit Klngnluy etudenu at Hampton Elemontary -, Along the same 'believe It or and family moved two weekl1 I I Monday with Mr; and Mra.Ranee .

14th birthday with a party at Farms here have" moved to from the Bradford Count) I, and Melanie. I Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Chester School, as others In I not line Mr. Itt bought n ago, Into their new home at Jont and family

his home Friday afternoon.The Fort Myers to continue their Hospital where she wua* a patient I Mrs. Cecil WhtUhend and Wise. They enjoyed 1 flailing the county have a four-day" pig some time ago fi-oni Hampton; Luke Recent visitors \ Mrs Paul Mrng was lit

young people played work with horses. Although With pneumonia. I I daughters were In Jacksonville! and a good Hah supper. weekend this week with 1\01 Pmichrr) Gluts which hud' of the Menga were Mr Bradford County Honpttal; for

games. and enjoyed rcfrenhments -I they have !gone and all of usw Saturday visitor of Mra on business last Tuesday.Mr. Sunday dinner! guests ol chasms Friday! or Monday for five legs Right. now', they're and Ira Uuaha Ml-*. Iluahii, | h"ltn"'I.e'era! days last
nerved )Ira. HI miss them. we wish them I I Lewi and Mrs. Pearl I \the Raster rec?'NI. \bothered with
I by BIUM. I Amanda and Mia Oliver Lokn :Mr. and Mr. U. M. McCU-1- nti alligator stayed with them for a weeki. I I 'erk

Helping Danny enjoy: the par. the very beat because that' Mnrhey were Mrs. Marguerite I and lIOn of Ruahford. Minn.' lan wt'l'e11'1'\ I..** ColvIn otI IPTISf HOMKCOMINGMr .: near where they ford their

ty were Charlene Mclvln. Patny what they deserve.CFI.FmttTCH I Corn of Lnkelnnd and Mra W were aeekmid gueU o( Mr, .enox Ga. and her daughter' 'P.e, Brown who hits: itocJc ThLi tnnybe nJil-i up .

and Peggy Edward* Diane : BIRTHDAY K. MIdIletonnd Mini' MadgiMldilleton and Mn. Chester Wood and'' Mrs. liorothy EMrtr and children \own a member\ of Hampton's to If you feel as thotmh life

and Phyllis Jones, Jimmie Me- I Jimmy Temple son of Mr of Stark. VUttori' family. I and Miss Kdlth Colvin olValdooita First Baptist Church since' gets In a rut wheio nothing's! T. I. 1ERSEREAU PLUMBING

Rae John Cone, Robin Par-I| )'1'11. Jamea Temple, celebrated ony,, Mn. Chester Wood ai
rloh. Allen and Mike Leonard hi* 13th birthday Saturday J: M. Mi'rk y of Way one of the rhaperones' with" I I *. Maxt Reddish and 'htl- history of the church duringth I cnn happen!

Reed Harley. ,Joann. Judy. with a party and swimming errata Ca Sunday guest wer< the Junior-Senior Classes ol dren of RAl/on Mrs. Colvin annual) Homecoming i nervier PERSONALS:

Brendn and Annette Buss and trip to Klngsley Lake.: Mr. and Mrs. lAmar Hall and I Clay Hl'h on their trip thtirek I Is. Mrs. MeOlellnn' ulster. on Sunday. Apr 4. I Mr. and Mn. Wayne Mitchett ; I ON CALL24FlOURS

Gene Raulerson. All had a Approximately 18 youngstersgathered girl of Giitneavttle.Iue I "' !' .to Tallahassee. Hei I nay Smith uf )ProoksvllUwaA I, Homecoming Bimdny acrvlev I of Oreciilrt-wn Lnnn ta- '

good time. !: at the Temple home' Green who was Invol dautthter. Mona Kay. Is t.I Friday overnight gucsl' Included the regular Sun- Unit are the parents of a oon
1{ I A DAY
KKAOUKV-ROOKUS I|I to see Jimmy open hln. .gift : ved In an accident about tw< Clay High tudent. of his ooaalna>. Mr. ant Mrs I II' day School and morning worship Glenn Matthew born Saturday -

i Then! his parent, ant Mr*. we" ..klO0.. U atlll on OnurtttCHl .t Oscar Cnrter.Mr" I I service training union I Apt'II 10. !Mr\ and Mrs.. M,
Mr. and Mrav C. Jo:. Holderof I I Ens. DUly B. Hebaback. who n.vv CALL 08lTI'CAt.t4 1.r.Z1t!)
and evening worship, and also -
Grace' Blghojit and Patty Blg- *lint at AUrltan Urn I I I' O J. PhlUtp and, Mm. "-. Matrhrlt of Hampton an.
Brooker anviinca I the marriage Is stationed In Rod. Spain,
covered' dish dinner at the
ham drove them to. the Uk eral) Hospital' In OnlnKytll4 L. H. Hlnnte visited! tholi a grandparent. ; fH91
of their daughter Gloria I surprised his parents Mr. and
| where' they enjoyed a full ..afternoon Visiting\ : hint from Jacksonville\ j I aunt Mr. Alice Jom. IrTheresm ', churoll and baptismal swvli-u* W. M Phillip 1 I. in the VA
Holder Bradley, to Martin I Mr. B. B. HeUabrck. with mweeks I at Mldlake Sunday afternoonIn .
of swimming and; sun were" his three children. Mri Sunday Afternoon. hospital hi lAke City fj. >
Rogers eon of Mrs. Will Rut vlMt.i !
bathing. Mrs. Temole served' Alex Wlllianu.180n\ Green Mr. and !Mrs. James Kuberti relating the beginnings treatment

ers. The young people were the young folk lunch and cake n....1 Julian Ureen. !i Set. and Mrs. K O of Fort \ulerUnle'' via.' of the church here. M''". Mr. and Mra. Ivlmur T.I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING

married Saturday April Jl In before returning to BrookerGoing Mr. and Mrs. Rdward Kndl<: \. beck and family of .IICla"1 I lung\ her gnimtparenl. Mr Blown told. how the original llamon aie bulkllng aback WI1-j"" -
Lake Butler. ...'
They are makingtheir |I \ lIe' acre' Sunday .
along the church was located nrnr porch on their ,' :
on trip wr" colt wore visitors\ In Crosi end !Mra. "' M. Reddish Ital' "-
home In Gtlnesvtlle : Mr. and Mr*. B B. Lake clone to the
Annett, and Joann Rosa Tunv City on Thursday' afternoon. IItl.abt'Ck'l Thursday. 101 I'll. Koberta re.maine Hampton Hampton
where Mr Rogers. I I. associated f Mr Uoyd Mary Santa > Cemetery vUltora week Nt
Ca tlen. Gene Rauleraon. B'I.1'IP The Uruoker Church of *. . with a trucking firm. We Blghara. Jue Green. Gerald ChrUt closed a week of Cospel "ere visitors Tuesday of !\Mrs day while Mr Hobera\ attend I Other churches In the town of the home of !Mra. lisa Knluht I p.

wish for them both a very Pniith. Diane Jone. Peggy I services Sunday with M. C. DutTter who I I. a patient e '
long and prosperous life to- and Pativ Edward. Jlramle I dinner st the piirk. The put l at Grant Haven Hospital putta{ Ga. I some comjietUlon. and the mona of IMHhronn Mr.*. .

gether.HKLU. McRae Patty Blgham and I week' had been npent vtltlmeeting Jacksonville. brain of the I present' Baptist: Church wa i Knltfht and J W Home WIMP

: TRIP \nos.XI)'\\' Mrs Grace BlRham ant Mr conducted by Bro Bobby KeUobeck. who 1 ItI We regret to olSt. built In town about 11I01 The Katurd..y. dinner KuenU list 5. Repair Bills
L I!: Rohort
The 7th and JHh grade ntudenta and Mrs. Temple. Im sure, Mark Huleron of Pineapple with the police force In Daytona death of >nny former chtirrh' building at the wi-rk at the honif" of !Mr and ,
The fnmlh
of Brooker Junior High l they all say big thanks to the I Beach. spent| two days al George. .,f.1I tlf I cemetery wa kept for funerals Mrs. Veiuun. Forayth lit Clulnmvllle. ,' withNatural
baa the nynipnthy I'
made a field trip to Copeland" | Temple fur s fln. time I Ala.Mr... Kdna If,,)'." and Mn. home lost week with hla par and spvcUl services untilIt \ .

Sausage Co. of Alochnn last II \ITIHT "''t'R\ IF I Stella Lowly of Ualnenvlll'vlnlted \'., I enU. Mr and: M..... D B. Helab thlr friends. burned In 1907 Mr and Mra Floyd Smith ,
I .fOur flyinpavthv 1a al",> extendeito iii tilt? am daughter wen ovet'night ., GasFor
Wednesday niornlng. The I I Thr Brook or Unpiixt Church their daughter< and ..110I b> HALF m.N.: II\IF

voting people were taken on a i I will be having Pre-Eaxter I ler, Mrs. Guy Harrell. on Hun deepest sympathy aol all members of theof f.mlly Tills story sounds! like nil I injects rrht.ay'Ith friends at

tour of the plant by Leonard Service: every night this we kI day afternoon.< Frldnv visitor prayers go to the loved ones Mra. W. J. U'tlklm.n application to the I4ar' Club Perry an'I vuit-
Withy and Sam Mitchell. Theyere Rev, James, Temple. Paator of Mrs. Itullle _...... Mrs. Wit of Mil' .lii CuttleLAWTEY but It Jut->pcni to be! trueA tlll'd"Y. Sunday vlaltoi I\t' .*
I I rvvvvvVVVYVmVVYYVVV'HAMPTON the Smith home list. week. *Vnr. frt'' .- "trouhl rr.. heating, cooking
Nelmm and children of -loiiKlnii to the KIM-!
accompanied by the prin .ill sloo be showing color 11am > lien
In were Mr and ""'.. W A Kilfllsh : and water heating' thtr'a nothing 1l1i... Natural
Lake City ten Lntta. built her neat nn .;
.""..... ... .....1 and daughter of Cross
Mra. Ka I)ou lls: Mrs. ofd oak tree laU her' "1I1l!. ;, Gas: ami It'* economical too. 1&&'. intant It',

Pearl and Mrs Amen and aCtually hatchi-il out two City
Hoi Ian Payne ha. !moved( into safe. It'* clean and your auppl la always there.
da Lewis\ nested Mrs WuraDukus II Iy 1'1,... I*. C. HHIWAUN of them and wot them safely to
tislier the lot next
In Lake Butler oa Frl' to the ground a on CUT: Oltll QUit luKE: : SIIHVKY AND ESTIMATE:

FLORIDATHEATRE .. By Ease ULiachardI'NIIZME. rk..s. 4a.hIsI.. The not. Mn lx.>tt .,,)'.. the ttoorge Saxon''
.layMrs. O'I'IUMclntollh was takento !
N. L. Rogers: of Dad ..................4... ua* about right feet up. where I llmdfoid County Hospital STARKE NATURAL GAS

City spent Saturday afternoon ,,4.4.44...... ...... mi old limb hud In'ok en' off
I WORTH IIONORMl: In Htsrk limt week with it IM10NE t6t-235l
with" \ her.ftl.. ..... Betty Rabon ,$ : 'K\I1K: FoR It VKAKHHCHVICK sort of 'Into the main trunk of heart attack I CITY: IIAI.L

and daughter!: MalUaA.* and A Service wu) beheld CITY the tire, and the hen' reached LuttTropical
Pnnrlae P.
I ,I : : TO Mr, and Mrs ". .
lao vlaltMl Mr. and Mr. J *t I am. EaMer' tllI"l..y'', Wsdmrorth was. prrsrnlrd _._.. .___. ....t.- ...!::IIa'! -wa."'''''.1!' ". ..'ft't'' 1"1, .tJ.;_. .. f
T. Etna.. O P. -- ---- -.." ,1JI::'_ "", .'.; t's': "-: .cnit..t&., .,..,............."' ... ...............-- _s a s- -* .
a* Grace" MelhudUt Church. with a plaque at&

OPENING TIME The Brooker PTA weul l The pulMIc Is Invited Hampton city council meeting

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY like to thank Mrs. Joyce Lang. I The MYK/ DUtricH' Meeting Tuesday night. Apr 11..11 -I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

C:45 T. M. ford notebook. for contributing fur he aerrrtsryitninutes. a new will be held' at Grace Methv ,, token of the years. lir lisa

diet Church Monday night' scned the city In many capacities .
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2t \\'. appreciate. It 'Immensely Apr 19. at ?.3o. starting* mayor In """ '-l 3l ..... .---,,:,... .,... :"!. .. --:
; r' .
liake __'_ '... ..". __;'._ .--4-e. .:.... ._.1loI::1- :r. ::: -Al: : ,.,..l" 'H: : ... -i.:,
resigned a
The -MVF will hold 1 a 1932. until he a*

Friday, 'Saturday-April 16, 17 In race he haan't contacted. ; "Sale thl. Haturtliiy t on thealdewalk I II councilman early this year due! :!, AUTO RA Ug;: &: SKUVICK:, AUTO KALKH/tSKUVITK. .: ,: : | MKAUTY: SCHOOL | :\Iotnrcyrk's-eooteTS< .
you yet. Jimmy Temple -
pear the jxwt oflWe to III hcalUl.Mrs '

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM the Ilrad/ord County I Come and get' your Sunday Mary O Brown at. Barkley Motors Inc. Pontiac, learn OMtiplal tUautyCulture I Strcit'a Bicycle: Shop
[ .'
Telegraph In Uronker on llrlaWomen
desaert. Proceeds will be applied tt'nd"h.. meeting rrquest- liON 11.\ flyrORCyc.ue;
Thursday. fternoons.' .. If you I of that the city evil .a >U. TRII'MPII Inc. Tulllun' r u the
to expenses members tog t' A "....I........
do not receive; the paper lni.ini Methodist foot alley pasxment nmnlnn PItT ritEs: ri.A<'K.>i ..NrHiNClal
THf OKrB 4TtT JMCK I477 #THE flJNGE$ attendm TTtnrx OMC: CPtfrJJ&rONTI"o : Dueall-B"A-ZMdap*>
wuId be Ilruah-L'p Couroe
Jimmy monothan Youth Camp 04 Ur* t>urj. adjacent. to Baker's store. 1heromtrM I"U.MA.II /II SLNflY.AM! I \
glad' to see that you do I the \()I.fl I Mol.rJl't"dC'1M' > A Servtn" *
MEWFlc14wJuG1cs ,. C Un'III1I 1ep.IrI.EaaGrace : : I voted to. sell piece I Central Hairstyllng '

get It. M.thoU.t: HumlayHchoul. of property for 1150 We F.pecLiIl'se;" In nib N W Mh Av* ()sitne.vIlkl'3'20U I HCHW1MN' B1CYCW;
College Work
i =. ; ..4:1.: m Wor.h4pMrv'eis. John Psrfcer, cemetery! sexton BALR4 Ai BKRVICRFaet : I I. I'k..mUh A
.- i It:. l ht Gainevtll .. ..
v''vvvvv'yvvvyvvvT' JIA S Its w. fnHvrtlly *
: that all Intrr- .
: requested
\ II m. and T,10: p L ..rr Trained MNhStIIrII. -
-:" M. MYK each Wednesday. .t.Pd 1 parties partlrlpate$ In acenvUry 1T.&lnII'IT l1alIIt.. *14.7745"
., tt.KAN t111r.n! CAns Replicars Inc.
PccmkcrFQr 'I Hatur- I I IIN'r
= Kingsley Lake p m. Prayer Clrrle, 8 a. m on : tll N. MUN:" Imported Cnr BperlallatMMM '# (''\ ( :
Monday n.". John Hike. ,IM... day, Apr 24. Brln your own' Oaltieevtlle' In.un j I
; ri': >K1 IIK.NAIJKAHOMM : /
flte 'hid Bapertntendwt\ presided l laver' equipment hl'll.' shovels., ) I Mouse of CarpetsXj4lnevill'a

Cross NcrcrTw.eTh Mr*. K. )I. Nertuol the 4th Quarterly Con. mower, and luneJi tie JEEI II i Only I (;&rle'I'.col..111
*...... PlHMM U40iVVVYvyyyy and II III rlhnp"
( City tnowlnc MOsgeproblem.
I.Firat I
night Apr. 113 UK. H-i-oml. HI (MlneivtlleTel.
were sUo dlacuawnlat & .i I J .uur.UtW
vvvvvvvYVI Sunday .
oOOoo aD a .. councilmen ICI"\I' :'\ Tt rM\
I fchonl. ID II* U.. m< tliif AD AineTlc&s Fines, Economy Ca I
ajn. Wvrahlp a WHKN IT')* TIMB TO MOVB
CHLKCII: : M.tT< ax LCd m TralaJnf L'nkJii. and city offlcrri were .Mais. ad. Hervlc" I "" Rx|..rt InalalUtlon
Plus ., School. t.tS. m present I 61 Nn.. Vl.liv '*1.-8UIJ Call

Mo rUnf Wunhl ). II a m 7 p.m. Prayer Hervlce each CHI: 'K41I HCRVirr.Hampton : ,Ridgway Motor Co.I _lutrnu, cilia_ (1.lNE'dIL1.Mayflower i
We M Hruthorhout
<1nilay p m. -
Union 8.45 MEvrninji ChrlnUan" Church ::1[Paul's Auto Salvage Inc.
Jmci 11*IRDt QltUWIJI'I Training ; p WMU. TWA. ItA and 11)1 B Main i io C'liAIN: : i4.'h4A. ,
tgczwst3 I 41i9s'w Worship. a p. nv Midweek will have a eonimunlon aerv- nt-tui : 374-8124
OA on flmt and third Thiirstaya. I .in. We Slit. Wrecked Cute At'rot' Call Collect
"\ vou-m GaU'' tu-
Prayer Bervlce. Wednesday I.e at the church. binlwht I -
t < )fp. an.' :Mra H.nryWlilkiiTui I I'RJCE: M & J. Saw
""" $*tIG4tCu 1 1iiIL. 7;10 p m Br B T of Jacksonville att 1 Thursday) at. 7'30 clock I B & G Motors Co. '',\ ci.AsaLiddell;

.!!\1I.J\! !nsusPtJVI! .....yY. paator Come let ui .n....
-.. 4 worshIp tocetlMT' 1.r..0'lI.K. sO11'114U. : AI'IUACf.n.r.ALDt PsrtuTrlrtrpo Joe An ---- itim Mrs Kenneth MoU our Recreation Hampton. >n'. softball tnatvto B. .rckWe. Will
M.e.s Mr wM Mr.. H C. Hart y Homellle Chain Sawn .
Chairman. baa. an- were vMlinf. ...... NHtw Nolan team op" n4 It. ....CUC: artiedule :' PILl' 8rlix-a\: of Used Car Find An/ Part tot Tea.OsJiMovUte HALKH; Mr.hlVICRepairs : Glass Co. II i
ounced that there a U1 be snRaster Tuesday I evening with a Taken On OutilUa Trt" Part All Make I I KY4..V1ZBGUaa PAIYTI
and family and the WllltaMarling At
Sun., Mon., Tues.-April 18, 19, 20 rig hunt on the, family In Whltebou* .anvt aaalnst the Gardenpt.ur.nt flit l N. W. Urn. Bi. 441 441* N J fMt IKork- Yardtlr I diSaPel"; Tr..r 5ai.. '. :Mlrrer UdUi. Oewra
church crourul .t1InU, st 1 t_m. After series PIIONS 17s.7ilUr.ha.M.crsrP4.m4 A M rvlro. .
Saturday" On Sunday Mr and Tub t--: ... B.*ewe.
.. :9pm. for Sunday School and of mUhap during practice -1'' 2012 N K:, UIV t. Oninenvtll
Mrs Hi rmlxKhem called ,
Tim o tof f. near. tar aot IT awni' ,f' Tralnin:. Union .. _10M. Including a brokentoe rnodltlonlng.. Heating i iRUSS'S t-rxm" S72-3.1M: ; Door) Wlo.
t..I rrJUOSUA"I: nn the MarlnysMIJM \ broken .I.l w>., eta., the I'arn (ASS I' iI I I, Just Off W"loto lt. ....tI Carnel Wallpaper" "N4> .

,.. LuclUe &c.uuaht. and I-fgft Le HrsnM-1 of'IrgUst. team we* too*In* good<< It .x" Authorl/'w. Sales Ac Service I ('O4CI' 1:1'1l'ItoOlC'1'M: : : trans ('. ."". _.
I I'STRA3E ... "'.,. b.'a.. spent! h..rvacallnn I -I-----
Urs. Junes Moore of Jsrk'sonvllle hlMlion tame* last week CraneLincolnMercury SHEET lit NW fttxfentti B*. with hoot.r..r..h THAT AU. TOUR
were Thursday TueU I only on. UMM puulI'r nArN'rJ4VD.lJl: 111-IUI
Mr and )1,.. PHOIUCTSAIIB )
of Mr. Cecil WhlU-h o *d Work (I the Hampton baa.-< METAL, INC. ( I
BEDFEUDWS j T L Wtn f.fUL: Jade Waln"f last week sradlng TIlE: nmr rfu
( Mrs, Charts Crews. Ms.Gerald ball field
wtiJr1at We>'''1'0'ii tI. 'Ca.ItaviSt (.. T.. L'aJvenllr. Aa, Building I'l.ATINOOcala
Crawford and
Et'WARD--- o.yppis.TRMflMA3- -- ..-- Oraham Crew were on .....1- km parvnLs lrinj the tttf oulftp4| and surrounding LaIMb( ..In.qwihl.. 177-4191. Uralleg<< Supply Inc. Chrome

IIIOAII."", ..t _.. a_-... W1"J- ---,.u.Fa D.C. In Lake City last Wed- week ... areas. '1ve* a little more hope r.'I'I. ."t, CsidJtl..iaish ,
": : ;
V---- -- C -- -- beads y Mr .nl Mr. !f' T'<1 rand for some league game to beplayed 714 H. Mali371.4144nsat'mtvirJ.t Plating, Inc.
o>n 'I' CaVteTti, .(-.* 114 $."itb Main ...... ......, rtjif.'AHrKN
l'r1r'ICSe of Johnny OraJ.>ywtO hr" baton In the *+- 0"1'' In.IUI Covtirr, N1ckl. ChnmionCaUmlum. .
Wf I I2:1.l0
Jlur'ir with Ur a",1I
Wed. Thurs. Fri.-April 21 22, 23 boo sorry to bear that he if co "'JJf"w>wa for the IlghU may : ) :: KIJI'I'I.IKS: Metal! Finishing

In Bradford County Hap. .(*l UooreMr boP ready la a cogpl of *f.k* DOIXIK D4RTDOIK1R : NE: I"tll T.rraceI .-, CMMom Buffing

I We are glad that be U f.l1nc I and Mm IVrmril, rt,>- and ll,nU are on hand and TRuStSS.slee.Par ( tIPMII.IM" : Johnson & Paris Inc.Crmvolete ANTIQI'K: tTRA.NI.XO: :"

Country Music Caravan ."r ,eivl dauchf and ,r/M- to tnetall fhrn the 11"1 Sua $1Z7I' Its.. .
brUrr.Wallare. ready '-. *<. '$PIIk'4'sed 1 tJn of aiLvrn.: "RA ". corrcn:
SUcoz Jack.on-: dagtt.r of Kort were net ... .. .. .
of poles are .- ... I. -- Industrial Hard Chrome
I S r.P V "'-riA VT 5pp --
:MINMK: I'KARLERNEST ; vl'Iig"' Mr sat Mra, J. H mi "1)4t. nr:1.: nwrr TRIPS
JIM KKEVKSFAKOW: V11I. TtolUrt hl mother Mr IU NK: tn4 "". Oal
Ol'NriRAY ): TUHHS: Eralr! fli ico. WIt .r'jst5 (0..11& $un.j.yMr. r
PRICE ('.\111. SMITHfiOI.DIE Chaile Crws ..:'It.4twT and Mr Jamv. Roetrr. several 1 field! trip" for *tud lit B. K. 1st Ave Oalnewvtllen 5vppua _
HIM, "M. Brve.. and J WThocnee CVmesitanrHehoot !: ...... We Wilt rmiiurr "pres.a'
ROBHINH; ; HILL father D. I. Knlgtt': last nU at HSXDWCOTI n Automatic TV.I'F'ItlTEPHancock: .:
3ARTY! flitndar! attenfiMt, the tT txxrHonrM have b-n srhmtuled! 224 MW S'.h Ave.I71447I _

We are sorry that ChartaeCrew Cotnin*; of the K hJdiof and ftrit and third grader FOIl r.KASK: : rI"E( "

Is. pattrat", In th- ... Baplt Chnrrhe. at starUd the ball rollIng with a New Three lime Transmission Inc. (laPvwwsIllm l"Ia" Tyt writer
World Champion Square l. end Crave .. .c BevlayWe JafkjAnvtlleUt n nr; on. Mtirr.:
Bra Mis. UarUll John. a *t... are fed La may that : rrvday\ IMadrm on hIM :OI| .,....., Ji Eu...... I.A D(KM: WKAHCherry's: 8mlth.Corona-"utJ1o

p .dirt at !lUa Junior Ctllr "tr.... t.. -, lrr J |I. at h_. after On rrtdif: trip Mrs Hn- ftfmr rarmersHo Mah.4 All Make and M0d.!. Dealer

Dancers >*. spent the weekend am ICiMr s 4y.r.l d.y* ,In the .hm4tat. Its Hvormfft first er./. r.Mpfrlnr :Na.c.nyPaid TKttKN: CAMS ('Ial'-VlrUtr. -TetalfaAditinn

*. Msxie Carter. rMr She rame home In time end MNancy HaroVn' Trvlnlflg A v.1I.Home hi. Dranometet' Prt-Teetsd Oolnnrvltle'lf MsIIS ruhlGno.bII< Miw-Jiln.. Calculator
Bands 27 Song Hits and Mrs. Robert A. to relrbrat. tha foerth birthday third M'd. were .Accompaniedbr : ..a rnr tJkdt.* aunt .eER VJCE- nZTfTAL'J
7 Great far rurtlurr Information .
The...? apmt Setordsv in of her daughter" 'Lconett 1.1:'. r>"*t T Hare*. Mrs T St rUe WoRK (.(:AaA"''TF.rt-: DR.JII.-'C"' '. r *.-<'OATJI BtVF.; T1MK-dle e jew V..

Other Stars II.lro.m rUrttnr an 1mr$ wttoi. a famfly 4inner. f Alderman. )f/a. James. M' TIC.'ITIW4 DI'IOf.tT: P1.I'd' rrKNITY. WEAK alrvmenU. with a* Mr C

Plus Many Archie Tconans On oVuviay W, L, Andrew. H. Mr CUmn Thorns. Mrs ru Hoe, JUT- 'e. r I.IJ/ MaIn0.Iaea,0I. AI cr*
IV TOI.OR Mia J Tlnihsi a&4. Tlna korf ).fr. and Mraett rsdy Iie'i. C K. CO*. :Urz!! OonaUl: HU"*. Js'ka..tfl1.. tia.S i* J7I-JIM ." W UnJverlty, OatneevtC Phone 3TSS351TnrJUlDY.

Norton Btjdent Mune at 8t of JocMJKMivUle vlat.4 JIa w.. E. L. BUt VI/l V J

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r'cnv cn rt Sunnyland 14 20 lb. Hickory

laW a
!i !! r

Smoked HamsSHANK ;

. Methodist Church r

. Schedule for the week:
Saturday --. elementary 3
and 4 Easter Egg Hunt at
home of Mrs. Foster S. Smith.
Children will meet at church.
Sunday Church SChool
9:43:); Membership Training HALF .- ,. I IieE
ClaM 10; Worship 11 a. m.
and 7:30: p.m. Snack Supper
for MYF, 6 p-m. Youth MeetIngs LB.
( 0:30.Monday: .
Girl Scout Troop
606 3:30.: Girl Scout Troop
Whole Butt Half. 45'
607 4:30.: Wesleyan Sub-Dla- or L,
trlct MYF meeting: at Lawtey,
Wednesday Junior Choir ;
practice, 430.: Prayer Meeting ? yf ............. SWIFT'S PREMIUM' HOSTESS Bnl'.. Ccol.ed Ready to Serve

7:30. Commission on Mis- 7 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH ANY s
alone 8:30.Thursday: : Ham LB. 1.O9
Chancel Choir '
rehearsal, 7:30.MADISON: .

STREET ....!...............COUPON.......No....73..BELOW.................... SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLI New Voc. Pk. Flavor Seal.

I BAPTIST CIIVKCII: .L111 # I Bacon LB. 69
J tnau nuuiPri3R! !!! ilf i01is7rraqttriitrrii!!!! ; !! .
900 bl.kV., MndlHon St. QUANTITY RIGHTS .: ....,
A cordial welcome awaits PRICESGOODTHRU # THRIFTY MAID ..., 4 j .iiWIFT'S..: ) PREMIUM REGULAR 59*
you on this Easter Sunday at APRIL 17TH .., ri i !: !: !n!
all of our services: Sunday EVAPORATEDMILK Ili ,;!,: Franks 4 9
INC.copvmaHT LB
W'NN.DIX'K.TONU.' ', .. y ; *
School, 9:45: :) a. m. Morning -i a C::: j ''lil tliii .
Worship, 11 a. m. Training t. EL 1 .!!iihtiii3t
Union 6:15: p. m.. Evening( !1 SWIFT'S PREMIUM BROWN & SERVE Ponies, Links
Swift's Premium U.S.D.A. Choice Genuine iiii
Worship, 7:30.Wednesday: .
services: Family 491
Night and Midweek services : "" Sausage ;:

starting at 8:30: p.m. '
-Felder L. Rowan, pastor 9 !! S!: '''t SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED
::iiiiE.!! rig

- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CANS 3ijii31iiiiiEiii! :. La "
;!: :::::::! Ham 4 s2
CIIL'IICII: !;; 00 OaE ;:!!iir.;; : :rivaS! CAN

II. Walton firmly Minister I _.p REGULARLY 3/4\t\ at'.w.u.: afti:: : i :IIIII .laiiai: L 1L.L.iti.

. Sunday Easter Sunrise .......
Services at City Park on 100 FREE STAMPS W-D GROUND

. Church School 0:43 St.: :,); 6 Morning a.m. Sunday Worship Lamb Chops LB. 1.39 Beef f 5bpkgT5, 1 1I

11; Youth Fellowship, 6 YOUR I CHOIC I E REGULAR 79, LB. GROUND MEAT

p.m.Tuesday J. 'S. CHOICELegOLamb Stew &9'
Communicants Lb. Chub Pack
Class, 3:30: p.m.Wednellday 79/ CHASE AND SANBORN.. REGULAR 89* GROUND
Women'j -
Council meeting, 10 a.m. Men TOOTH PASTE Round Steak Chub 79'CREST
: of the Church, 6:30: p.m.
e Thursday -- Choir Practice,
.f 7:30 Rib Cheese lbcup29'REG
p.m. Chops. LB 98x ,-
REG. 751 79C. STICKS SAVE 20*
REG. 87 1 m-ib.Box
' .; Morning( Worship 7 11 EvenIng a. m. Lamb 79N 6 9 QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED INTO

- *'..Training Worship Union 8 p.p.m.m.Prayer- Chops 1-LB. CAN Chops ib 59'REG.

Service each Wednesday 8 p. .
m,' RA's, OA's and Sunbeams, -NTISEPTIC _. __ "'.'
very other week. James .. i PEG 77f AS10R
re. Temple, pastor. .
COFFEE ; Can 591

Sunday BETHEL PIltJRCU:School; BAPTIST 10 a. _.. ,,' .JvW R or.M.iX REG.14-01.98, 67, PILLSBURY

MornU.g! Service, 11 a. m. I I
Training Union 8:30: p. m. <:;:, .
Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. -=
Midweek Service, Wednesday IIQ .. --- 0000 : :, I FLOUR \


t'JS. sot Law ley, Flo. Cans i' 5-LB.
Pears 3 Cans $1 49WB 1
Sunday School, 10 a. m. .

Evening Service 7:30: p. m. REG. 33, S3TOKELY CUT
YPE, Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.- Corn 4 g Cans 59 REGULARLY 61'
A 430051
Robert Yates pastor. sparagus .


Dr. Harry F. McOee and:! 46-oz 2 : 89
J 4 1.1 Jars
Wife, visitors. at the Gospel C-
Tabernacle this week, brought
'has and just special returned music.from Or. :McGee A,Missionary Tuna 4 # 1. Tissue 2V"29i' ST AMPS

trip to the West In* Cans .
dies, while Mrs. McOee has FRESH!
been spending three months I < 8. B. MALTED MILK BALLS
with h-r daughter in Puerto
RI('!). TSl Tuesday evening ''Sf 39

'servl"Dr. M";Gce was. also cyducted by Mix. 4 PKGS. 1. Candy FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM



Sennons for Sunday Apr .
1 18: Morning ChrUt's Re-
sence with His People (Mitt.
., 38:201: Evening Some Re- I EX.AA.0I',1j
wards of Faith In God tt -- 591
Peter 1:7:131: : Two .a.. .e1Ne.l.L.' .. ''ze"OWN. [ .TWO.....CASON.AL .. ..."... Super EARS
Schedule for the week: Sunday Waffles Salads
:S 1: .000 y."u A/IIIL, 7T"
11 '
Worship and 7:30
p. m. Sunday School m., 9:45: : a. ..........w..... 7 B CREAM PIES

m. Training Union, 6:15: p. m.
Wednesday: Family Night I EX.AA.0I'1 5 IBS. $1.9!>
Supper 6:15; Prayer Meeting illEXTRA !... STAMPS. ALL FLAVORS
'JP. m. Two, U,01, JAB.DISC FAMILY 29
I Oil "UC" ." SIZF ,
J 0000 AP.IL 17THI
NAItlKNotlr Bok d Out Twin
In, hereby given that Radishes 5'
the undrrnlirnad under the provision I EXTRAdx Rolls Pkg. 19'REG. Pkg.
Chapter sn.ain.) Lawsor 4M GREEN STAMPS .(.....GREEN. STAMPS. SUNKIST' JUICYLemons
F.larlda. Aotl of 1941 will ...... --.-- 39 DIXIE DARLING POUND ALL WHITE -
r.If the Clerk of tha E1JSeafood. TWO ONE PK4.Assorted OuroNTrALU. < 39Sfoi
Circuit Court, In and for Bradford j, ... .o' .." .. L10=.
County Florida.,. upon r.- Plotter. Sponges Cake a Ea. 29' FRESH FLORIDA GRADE "A" LARGE FRESH STALKS
.. L
rplt of nf n.' t'nBfi" '"f
oroo n 0000'tH"U "P" 17TH 0000'tN"U Ara'L 17TH
this nolle, th. fU'tltloua name ,....wr...'. e7aI L12 ..w............ .77 PINEBREEZE LARGEEGGS '' 29
Celery '
of payton Florist und.r which
we are an a at| In bMalnwna at
lit 8. Thompson St., Hlarka. I I EXTRA EX.RA.0I'.1t SWEET JUICY
.. ..* W. Roberta, Jr. and ----- 8 59
Nancy" W. Hobarta, It!) Raaant rout ie CAM OrangesIIS3YS Bog
Biarka, Fla. 'role owur. rusNSr en MOMTOM
ROD this lat ear or April, Turkey Roost Chili with Beans

A.County D. 1985, Florida.Lawn at Htark. Bradford 000.,..THNU..._Arell w..... 17THI .7. 00..TNSU"....-AISIS.....T 17THI. I7I LIMEADE CR
tit 4t 8/31 2D079 Lemonade 86-01.I $1 I

Mower .GREEN. W. STAMPS**... d71_GREEN. ._STAMPS ? Potatoes 4 1lb.Boxes $<00
ONI;.u.Ne. 1\.00 woetH" a. C J olt for Valuable Couooi I16oz.
ONOUNOI. .....u chi PirwbrMia too talon
Service Beef CandyOOOD
Repair I.t W 1 .
FIRESTONE 0000..TA"T'tH"U AIe1L 17TH.7. ..TNIIII.w._AP.IL..... 17TH.7. '* *.' Cup 39'I I

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15th Annual Bradford County

FAIR And r,

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APRIL 21-25 II I
1965MISS ,

Strawberry You're Invited '
j -

Queen '
/ /'&, FISH D FRY
At Starke Rotary Club's
J < .' j Annual Rural-Urban Day

$;] Wed., May 21-12 Noon


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nuu roRiJ ('01.)NTY" TTJJXRAPII. HTMIKK, n. mmi. APRIL IS, J 1981 HECTIOW :I. PACK 1


This year the 15th Annual] Bradford County. chairmen and co-chairman double that, and the
Fair is being dedicated to ALL the people of working people, committee members several
Bradford County. To list the many persons who times forty. It takes! a whole county of people
work each year. to bring to you a bigger and working together to produce a Fair, and the
bettor Bradford] County Fair would cover more dedicated people of Bradford County strive every -
pages I than we have been allotted. To begin at year to do just a little bit better job than
the top and name Agriculture Commissioner! last year.. That same pioneer spirit which set
Doyle] Conner (a local] boy and pride of Bradford tled this country. burns brightly in the hearts!
County) ; Calvin Winter" Executive Secretary of those who work to display the agricultural
Agriculture and Livestock Fair /Committee, products! (:strawberries) and the pride (our girls)
State of Florida) ; ]ll(-p. A. J. Thomas!, Jr. "Mr.: [ of Bradford County ; the shows (horses carnival -
Bradford County Fair" himself; County Agent :National: Guard, talent) and] all the other
George Huggins ; Chamber of Commerce :Manager things which go to make a GRAND:: ) :MAGNIFICENT [
Peter Novak; is just to begin: the name :: : Fair. This i is the secret of the success -
go on :and) on. Somebody estimated that "four of our own Bradford County). Fair-the
out of Jive" people in Bradford County work on People all of us, working together.
t the Fair, some way or another-and( they prob-
ably do. The committees number close to forty Florida


\. J. Thomas, Jr.. l'n'-idrnf i,!, George Pierce, Secretary Hill Kps|) ', Treasurer

George T. Muggins. and William Haas: Vice Presidents ivter. J. :Novak: Manager[ "

Firs Federal





O"'FU'EW." ( IImE'TO'lS'

4 Ititlnmin of lh," Hoard,] Mc|>.hrii 1 11. IhmimrktllltlIIH ,
s \. .1. Th....."... .Ir.
: I I. :M.tttlll..
I'rrnlilenllliiMiiiu .
K. .Ml/rll. Jr. I lb.I!I.. ("<'PI1II1TKuliy '
\ ter I'rrdlrnt. .
Not apennylost 1 !Iwylo l Conner John
: :
MS rrliiryHuh ..liilm \ Ti..r'M','lrIliixmti

Since 1934, when Congress established the )' .JohliHTrfii iirrr I'. SIIrr11..1r..

Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation John' \. ToriHli-. \. .1. Th..."'... Jr.

no one has ever lost a penny in insured savings I nioii. ('oiinl v \.hl..r-C. .A. U..rh'
accounts in any of America's F.S.L.I.C.-Insured

Savings and Loan Associations. are F.S.L.I.C.FIRST FEDERAL .
Insured, and we offer excellent earnings, (
Savings and Loan Association

\rMm you 'a>'. doft maka di"orencc! @: : ) Of Slarkr I

:21"1 :North' Temple .h.... Starke., I'la.

Ruby Johns Beauty Shop Starke's Most Modern Drug StoreH'NTAIX I

MoltLoiiilon: Outirr, F ( :' :' fOS.MKTICSIKSntllTIONS : : 'J." 1=

:Mirltornn.n ('o.metles1'J.nulN : GIFTS; 1- I"
II Silt srtI.IN' i
4Lmr t 117 S. Thompson. !St. ANDREWS DRUGS ''I..ftt..t\ : ,
!Starke' flat. ." !



Stop Gas & Appliance Shopping


('f': TI\r. IIKATIM: (; SYSTKMS: : Every Days

Heater Range: : Water Heaters
A "fair";
L.P. Gas the Modern Fuel Day

'i\..,.tinghouvHC When You
V \\hlrliMIl ',
l><' Use That

Till inil> Homo Ounrtl. -
,. lloiiw 1)peratrd| .
'. ..
Law ( Mii| tnjr awning'
till. Arrtt for lit I


Starke Stark, Florida

on_ .,-;: _. .. !' ho\rMiiii. Ml S3' \%'. MiultiMlhono ...

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Strawberry Queen To Be Crowned

During FairA

new i Queen !tii n'prt' t'nt"orth;" Florida
Strawberries will be crowned during the 15th Annual
Bradford County Fair fewtivities.I .
I, vely MIS-I: June Adams. will crown her sue
censor in ceremonies> on Friday, April 23 nt the
FairKround:4. r.
Application are being) taken now for contestant
in the :North-'; Florida Strawberry Festival
Heauty Pageant and in this booklet 1 is, an entry
Yo'i( "pfmor'i> find a beautiful girl and enter hea
in the lU-aut: I'dKt'ant. Thin: ta one of the man
activities' th".\u-:.iriil-.. "( Fair !KIKTH' ellJoy.'n
1. nova '" <>cur entry might) have the honor or be
in',' crowned by the H!>fiJ (Jueen lovely Miss June /
Adam &&f : 1

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t SKI.DOM: ) l Elt.:( .\l.l.tUE : Turning to lisp iliximllr rrlitll. .n.. r........ <|u rn Jane |pine
> on ,Srcrrtary i>f .tcrl"' ulturf> fir
, \ tl: < EXCELLED: : : >tll.' Krrrtiiun. In the ha.kgr.w.wl. U. ","*-n. Charley' r.. JiJin


I arS11ikFs 1i tm li JEEL17t: I LEILA'S I I Ire: AMI
(;, '
\\.Ifh and. Jrwrlry Krpuln Wclrhmt' and IttanxitMl*

IOU" Ka: -t Call l !Mmt.N. phone Mi-Silt
Phone 111/-34)3l in r. <:all! Ht
:' UtXIIlltl 10 !MTKKr. KI.A.

1IR.tIH' YIKI) COUNTY:' Tr.ucR.\rii; !''tT.\RK':' .'unUI"UL 13, 1"3 HKCTIOV 3I I'\fa IOne

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Schedule of Events

Wednesday, April 21st

7:30: a.m. "Dutch Treat" breakfast, Garden Restaurant
12 noon Free Fish Fry Starke Rotary Club's Annual
FINANCE CO. Rural-Urban program Agriculture Commissioner -
I Doyle Conner, speaker.
1:30: p.m. Jane Adams! North Florida Strawberry Queen.
LOANS{ TO $600 cuts ribbon and officially opens First National
Strawberry Festival
22(5() X. Temple A\e. Starke, Fla. 3:00: p.m. livestock Judging I Building One
7:30: pm. Bradford High School Stage Band Concert.
Kldon!: Mathews, director

Thursday, April 22nd

Colored School Children's Day 12 noon to 6 p.m. I

1 p.m. Colored Fashion ShowFashion


DOYLE CONNER Mrs. O. ,V. George-Chairman
Mrs. E. J. Walker
Miss M F. Jenkins
Mrs. M. T. McDonaldMr.
0 13. Alexander

Talent ShowMr.
Bradley and, Mrs JltUeshalrman::
Mrs. Harvey
0 Mrs. Williams
Leonard Heath
218 X. Temple Phone !)1-1301;) Starke, Fla. Mrs. Kittles


:\ and Mrs Randolph-Chairman
Mrs. O, W. GeorgeMr.

DENMARK FURNITURE CO. 2.1. RJK's Instrumental: Jazz Combo Duet. Kitties

3. Solos
Or Starke 4. Duices square. Charleston, Tap
:3. Stunt and Tumbling
7 p.m. RJK Band Concert; Chorus and l Talent Contest

,or Friday, April 23rd

White School.! Day 9 am. to 6 pm.

3.<)x> p.m. Beauty Contest Elimination. Sponsored by
Starke Civitan Club
H W) p.m. Finals of North': Florida Strawberry Festival
Beauty Pageant
10:00: p.m. Strawberry Queens Ball I Starke Country

Dixie, Bernhardt, Basic Witz

Kroehler Bassett

Broyhill Tell
-- City

Simmons Beauty Rest Mattress Inc.

AH! Well AM Our Starke's

Local Bradford Furniture Corporation Fashion

1:11: W. Call St. Phone %( 1.1:121: tarkt". Fla. Leader


IlKADl'Olill (XtrNTY) : lH.K.KXrll.: sr.UCKF. "'lAmln.'IUL 13. 1WW %' F.CfIO'Cot" : ITOWN

April 21th
7.30 p.m. Talent snow: at iaugrounus, momentary; Senior TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and Adult Division
Horse Frolics
Your New 1965 Ford Car or Truck

2:30: to 4:30: p.m. Test Drive A 1965 Ford Tod.iy!
A-Race* Headquarters in Bradford and Union Count*
1. Cloverleaf Race SALES; AND! SERVICE
:2. Baaketweave Race
3. Flag Race
:3. Cowhide Race (no age groups) .
U-Ago Groups .'.\It. IF.nnh.p'r: ;
1. Pre-teen i up thru 7th grade or Including 12 yr
olds) H23XT CO-OP STORE:
,, :2. Teen-age (filth thru 12th grade) Fla.
3. After High School ((20 yrs. thru 38 yri. of aal) .. .. Phone. I
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4. Jack Benny ((39 yrs. and older) -
CRibbons Fwd =--"I: .rtlll'.r--ln..II..I.It.aml. NupillMCANOVA | "
let place and 2nd place (two for each age group for |tOfIl'I.TIt, F.CJUPMr.NT': :
each rare except' Cowhide race and only lit and 2nd
for this one)
Entry: Kr..-Iju-h elm*-11.00 PHARMACYCOTNTV.t'TIE
Not' Rf"p m..lhto fnr .trrldftnts Incurred sut. a Result, of
C.nt..tan&. Participation vnvv.
Bradford County Fair Ground. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Hone Arena
1'.1(>4. :301 North Starke. Florida Sherrod W. (, PhoneHamilton
Ira 961-4661
Sunday, April 25th Owner
Starke Flo.BULUNGTON'S .
2:30:: p.m. Florida National Guard DemonstrationLight ,

aircraft I observation) to come over and lay
ivnoke screen.Introduction .
and Welcome
Display of uniform
THuplay, of Weapon rf&J

Mission Special Forces of Company Display Studio and Gift Shop

Display of vehicles and equipment


Where Everyone Saves

Compliments Of
ISS: : w. ('nil St. Stark, FU.


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FREE. : : DEI.I\ERY: : 1 166 W. CALL! ST.



Starke. FU.SHELL .

I 110 >:. The'nipwn St.. ".0. Drawer, ID, Starke, FU.. F H E: 1.Oil. I.

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JOBBER: vV /// O 1 I I.2L1 I.

: S. Cherry !Street\

I1K\I>M>>>RI> Klf.NTt TJI.IKI'U: ; !HTAKHIX' : "' ...oK1U.I'KIL IS. 19H3 MJ.CTIO.N: 3 V.MiKSaturday : 3





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IKMN 11EI(;( FI.1.Elt: JOHN( I.KKDV: \l IJJ11: / -:(.(I.EI.I.ER: : :
:\lanaICt'r I.t'nt'ntlll.'nt Super Idilpo
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Tlie Smart Place To Go .

For Good Things To Eat !


"Miss North Florida Strawberry Queen"

m: vt "n" i'1F:1'I'(: : K.VIItV::'; ( I I'KK.: : :* | iuwSliirke.
!illfln..urt.j. ) Itv The Starkr (Ci\itm; Chub 'r. 11110/ !912 : 1 I'll.rid.i

IM'I.KSM; : (OMiniONS: :
Contestant must h<* ,unKI. have never, beet in.iiniI'ontentantx I and I I". t t- !k.,, thiii Ifl nor over :24 :years of tfii ..
", will be judged on, bcI&UI.11I" t tpearance \it I .In-"'*: i .. m, ...1.- In the areas of talent, of contestants 'I i
In bathing unit and nppvanini. In form .< iir; ', "iti : :c" tin iw '11".10' par Ilelpate In earli area of t ,
content Contest mast furnish, any special< I in,* "I 1 iu < it t t pin' in,,nt ni'iifuuiryitun
All rr.lttc.tams l must ire nppr-med hv the St"rk.- f'i\", Club I',..i 'it\ I'lK'-iint Commlttw/ Contestants and sponsor
.he imttne'l. within one wwk If ncrpptwl Rntrti must be sub'nit r I pi lor to April :21t
The tttarke Ctvltiin/ / Club will have the authority to submit pn !'uKrarhx to newspaper! television nt 'ionM, ..n.' i 'K''" r '
'", nubllcttv. purpose.*.

Name nf 8oniH|: >rlnj. Orp IDUon./

Name of Cnntontant Phtme

1 Arktrem. _
Street CKyMenBunmenu
Age Height Weight/ :' '
Previous beauty contests entered l

l.' title (lit ) . .
anyPlease Attach. Ouirenrt PtiotoffraotiI

CFRTII: ; ..'IC.tTF. :
I hereby certify that the above information i is cornnt.nd I .
I agree to abide by the rule and condition of the content an net forth above.

son: TO !SPONSOR: :
I'I.EA: ATTACH: ( .flOiwi KNTUY::' FEE \M:, / / (M'KIIKXT::' rHoToCKAI'H( / / ; ( (OF roNTKSTAM:'; '

Sirnature ,., Ofn IT .>f 4p.,- ,,".r n.: < .rr, >.r, ,.... or j,. i' !f'( .. .it.. "f

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Bed Cattle and Dairy Cattle

( To $600 Telephone 964-0111
1. All animals must be In good condition and haltei
broken if possible And animals must be trained to lead
Southern Discount Company and handle.

2. Health requirements of the State Livestock Sanitary
Board of Florida must be complied with. T. B. teats will
be required. Negative Bangs tests will be required for all
.Mm.' Marguerite HallManager 118 N. Walnut Street animal. Health papers .showing each animal to be T. B.
free and to have a negative Hangs reaction will be required
Starke FloridaSTUMP'S before the animal can be unloaded at the show
area. Their tent must be made 'within 30 days prior to the

:;, Kach; exhibitor' must furnish feed feed boxes and water .
palls for hm iinlmaN. and be responsible for feeding

4. Each; exhibitor must aiwume all liability in case of Injury
damage\. used! by his animal or animals. The
DEPT. STORE sponsors{ will not be liable for death of any animal or InJUry
damage\ caused by any animal.

5. Animals are to be at the show area at the County
Clothing For The Entire }Family
Fairgrounds in Starke between 1 to 8 p. m. Tuesday.
April 20 or between 7 and 10 a. m. the 21st. Animals will
not be released until after 6pm. Sunday, April 23.: Anlmiil
Now. Mummer FabricsPrints, Ship Cream. !Solid! .*
may remain in place until Monday morning. April 2fl.n. .

S1110,4-stand.: Fortiien, Poll Parrot. for Children Animals must remain on fairgrounds during entire
fair, or money will be forfeited.

Personality> for Ladle

Poultry RegulationsEntries

must be in place by 10 A.M. Wednesday. April 21.

h' I'rlzo 9I.OO--Zml I'rUe 7So-Third Price JO
1. Cock-over 12 months 4. Puliet Leas than 12

2. Oockrel Less than 12 months!
5. Pen
month -Three Hens or
Three Pullets
3. Hen Over 12 months 6. 131'0111'1'-81" Birds

Harold C. Wall AgencyGeorge o.:ESE

lot Prize $1. H>-2ml Prize 75c>-Third I'rln.II
1. Adult Gander 3. Adult Goose
; W. Robert, Jr., Manager 2. Young Gander I. Young Goo

lot. Trite $1.1"1-.1' PMre 73o-Third. Prize. M
1. Adult Drake 2 Adult,' Melt (Hen)


Prize fl.lMI-2nd I'rli7.V-Third Prize _'I
1. Adult Tom Orrr 12 3 Adult Hen Over 12
months months .
2. Young TomUnder 12 I. Young Hen Under

FIRE AUTO month 12 months

h& Prize $I.I"I-n Trite 7 5o Third. Trite .Sri.1I
I Adult Buck :3 Adult Poe
2 Junior Duck 4 Junior Doe



(Thone 061-1801 Starke, Fla. l 1st I'rl/r $ 11.011 2nd Prize M...<) 3rd. Prizes M.OO
Class I Junior and Senior Calf. Calves born after September -
1 I. 1943 In LARGE; shows this class be split as
CUss I-A Calves born after January 1. 1M4
ClasH I-U Calves, born on or trter's.rtember 1. 1M3
and on nr December 31. 1M3


oorn between January 1, 1063 and August 31, 1963
Cattle born in 1962.
( ..... IV AGED: COWS i male classes' of this age not
"i.ouimended.i >

(run V CHA II'IO'lt.; :SCHOOL; ) ) JEWELRY: !
<'1""" VI RESERVE CHAMPION -- (The second. place p
.itnutl 'lot UeLllle cl.uw as the champion la eligible to
smiu for Reserve Champion.)


Swine Rules and Regulations
\\ \1('IIJS: I>1\MOM) U.HXiillinrlttl .
Ut l'rl/o 11.00( 2nd I'rl/o $I.H( Third 1'rlei.OO
Iliilotit llrulpr
All swine must oe treated fur cholera Exhibitors, must
have swine at fairgrounds between 1-8 p.m. Tuesday. April \\.full, M/1. Slnrkf. Ha.
:'o and (cave them through Saturday April 24, 10 I'M
Exhibitors must furnish feeding equipment, feed! and see
that animals are fed Animals muttt remain on fairgrounds -
for entire fair or prize money will be forfeited.

.'. Senior Yearling Gilt 8. Senior Yearling Dour
3. Junior Yearling GUt 0, Junior Yearling Boar
4. Senior Pig 10. Senior: Pig Paints "Sporting fl m l.w iris 1.1111"1" .
:3 I. Junior Pig 11 Junior Pig
6 Grand \\"i | rr Hlrx h Drapery| KIM|.
Champion 12 Grand. Champion Boar

Youth Division open to ..J( and F. F A. members havemime llou.eare% nulling Tackle
regulations and classes as open show.
\\ Yo nruinM. :

SKCTION: i-titorsUt I. I- I'r... 'nr. It.. Ouiirr. Phone 11011-3311.

('rise *::1 2nd Prim $:j.I :3rd ITI/r 'I 1 lUi Ribbon
IOH tml: (all !Htn-rl tltarke. ll...
1 10 ears yellow Hybrid Corn.
210 ears white Hybrid Corn.
:t Sweet Potatoes (leach variety) 10 potatoes
4 Pumpkin display ((3 varieties' or more).
5 Pumpkin individual variety' ((1 pumpkin).

SKCTIOV; JIJloltTI"I.Tt.ltF.hi I

| ( ITi/f $3 2nd ITI/o ..' :3rd (frlfo 'I l Ith Ribbon

1 hest vegetable garden display ((3 or more).
2 Individual l'tabl4t (vegetable, not in above display)
3 Best home orchard" --fruit display
i 110 each/ of 4 or more varieties) .....,.,,.. ,... BADCOCK
4 Bent individual! fruit exhibit.
((1 fruit not In the above fruit display 10 orange 10
pr lmmons. 10 pears !ft grapefruit 1 pt. gropes. < el I FURNITURE
6--I'ecnn each variety ((1 lb. in each exhibit

"'.('TIO' III 3t1(1.1.1.e1EOI'S: !

I bl Tri.r .1 2nd )'rl/ $: :Snl (I'rl/r $1 I 4lh IUM" .n wowu"Is AND

1 Beat jar honev extracted.
:2 Beat jar hrmIn comb.
3 Beat bottle or jar of syrup APPLIANCEAssociate


Ready Mix



Bradford Engineering Company

Phone !94> 1-2111 Starkf, -".

(Phone 96L2521: Hud '\"aunlanalCt'r:

Starke. Florida

"':("TJo" J.ClaM PIMP: ii
I$ 1I4.!
HRi)1OR1) ('(H'\T'- Tn.K4.lll'll.. \IIKK.:. 114)1(11)1. \J"UI. ,


(Hours! of Entering l Exhibits

Monday( ( __ l.UO I'M. u> 4:00: PM.
Tuesday10:00: A M. to 4,(/) P M.
flours for Pick up of Exhibits

Saturday night ___._ ____ __ _.___n. -. -_ 10.00 I'M

Entries in Women's Division are open to all women o-
Articles will be judge and awarded ribbonsblue, rutl
or white.
All articles displayed must te the work of the exhmitm
Articles bought or hollowed' will not (!,I.hfN. will be accepted for judging: that him r>>ievion..!k "be-n <>xhibitcsl
at the Bradford County Fair.
No two entries. In the name product. will (tw accepted
from' one individual.Kxhlbits r.
: of canned f'n11. vegetables: ), pi kiss "n>li..he..
preserves< and jollies. must be in' whiti) .* gliiv' ., art
I l.Atn'I.1':1I11'11: NAME: ANI ADHRESS' : OF PERSON!'! r*,
Clot.hlnand/ handmade tides must be labeled preferably .
where concealed from view lifter jiu1frin| lr'1Nple '
Judging will take place' WEDNESDAY' !'! MORNING between -----
10:00-12:00: : o'clock !NO':( ONE ALLOWED IN Conner Florida. t'uni- Also on the proicriuii for
BUILDING WHILE JUDGING IS GOING ON. mlmlnniT Agriculture Mill the annual Htarkr. notary
CLASS: A HH-uk| at the opening| of the C'lub': Free Fish Fry I...
1lhnm"a: llriulfortl County Bradford n..,>. Arch Thomas
or Baby GarmcntHI : .
Fair on Wednesday. April Jr. one of the. ItradfonlFair' .
Prl/e ,1.0I-2ntl! Prize 1-V-Third Prize ..VIS
2Nt at IS:. noon. EveryoneN major homier. TheRotary
1. Baby Cap or bootees :\. Baby set ((3 pc",-cro- In* lt...l to the. Stark Rotary Fish. Fry ,IN. In observance -
(knit) .
('h.h'nnula! FKKK uf Bradford County -
2. Baby Cap or bootee 6. Girl's Dress ((2-flyr.) which
Flub Fry at the. Fair- Kural-l'rhan day"
(crochet) 7. Girl's Dress (7-14
yr.) .
jrmm.l.l. 0'11'| the Fair etrry ) r
3. Baby Sacque 8. Coat, girls; ((2-1 yr.)
4. Baby net ((3 pc ..knjt) 9. Playsuit ((2yr.l I
of the.CITY -
CLASS n Compliments

r.armentilht BARBER SHOP
Trite 91.00).-2nd Prl/e 7.V: -Third I'rb"11: )

10. Hut II.IS. Girl' Skirt %.. *:. !Spark and ('..1'1.... ..InhniMinT .
11. Lndy'd Suit : Apron
12. Liidy's Dress O N 4O K I \ I. ARTISTS
13 Llldy' Skirt and or 16 Drunchollt
blouse 17. Coats

See County'* Agent' office for additional. prize tit.


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Salute To The Bradford County Fair; _

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City Of Starke Utilities Of

Natural Gas Electric GencraticN And Distribution
- oyr u__ Provides i I --


. Lower Tux Mi' I Line Drainage Street and l Sidewalk
Fire Protection .Police Protection' Maintenance' '
Trash Pick-I'p Garbage; Service P.irku and l KrrreallonChriHtma !
Street Uuhtn '1..lui.... (Conlnit. .* Lighting

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Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Ii
Safety Deposit Boxes Auto Financing :!I I"j"

Drive-In Window Traveler's Checks II
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Large Customer Parking Area Accessible From Four Streets !i.,

U.S. Savings Bonds Sold and Redeemed II

Cashier's Checks & New York Drafts t,
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Corner of Clark and Jefferson Streets Starke, Florida II' I
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