Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 22, 1965
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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will always bs the serving approximately 1.800 "We haven't had a particu cated next to the County Fair fondest childhood memories Is ;.. i"I.
strawberry capital! free flan dinners at adjacent larly good year so far in 1965. buildings. as a 4-H Club member work- ,,... :

world to me," Florida's Commissioner State Farmers Market buildIng but the recent! strawberry pro lie said Bradford County's Ing on an exhibit for the tk't r..If. r
of Agriculture Doyle : as the highlight of Its annual motions and renewed economy is built on an agrl Bradford County: F Conner sail at tha official Rural-Urban Day celebration ala among growers will emPha-1 cultural foundation which Conner pledged his assistance f i
opening of the 15th annual results. Cooperation cannot be measured with to the people; of his ,,
Bradford County Fair and "\5 long as population Increases growers. numbers but by the end- re- home county and said:
North Florida Strawberry the agriculture industry agencies and our state peopleIn suits. "I am most anxious to walk
Festival Wednesday. will have to Increase its Bradford County is the "The purpose of our Fair U with you In any way I can.

Conner was speaking froma output In direct proportion. only way we can accomplishwhat to keep the people Informedas He refrrrei to recent efforts .
platform. erected just out- Conner said." and I am anxious we want to do and get to what Is being done and toward obtaining; a Job Training .rLw.uRep ..---- ., -- -' .. .
side the entrance to the Bradford to It In our results )locally he continued. what be done with agriculture at Camp Blandlnt .
: see grow can Corps .
Strawberry Queen June .Vlmimut. the rlMioiiufflrlitlly | Thiuitu" grt>..1. ( "' ''."'.. ....n.. Conner &to the. applause|
County fairgrounds Count Conner promised modern In our county," he and said "I see no reason! for
19(1,1 Fair. fliinknl, of .
illuming liy iVmniU.liuirr CnUInlnter, e\ifutl wrretnry of the Florliiit .\grlrulture. -
North of Starke on U S. He said Bradford realized grading, washing and refrigeration said. Conner lauded the Fair anyone ever- to think, that I
I Agriculture, Itaylo Conner. (at left) and Rep| .1. snit' l.l\e..lmk Kulr. Otmmlttco. .nd l Itufnnl .V\U-lu-ll\' ,
Highway 301.Members three million dollars from the equipment- at State Association for the modern Bradford County Is on the decline
of the Starke Rotary -, sale of farm products last Farmers Markets- including bU1ld11houstna the Fair ." He said the Bradford J. Thomas, Jr. pri'olilcnt' 0' I the Storks notary C'Jnh... .

Club had Just finished year the auction market here, lo- facility and said one of his Continued[ On Page Two]

Livestock Show 'g'f

BRADFORD n TELEGRAPHOfficial I Termed Winners Tops NamedAlmost ; v

County Publication Established It 1879 v r a
I 100 entries are registered
in Die outstanding livestock
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Friday NightQueen With Eye To EconomyThomas Festival making It one Part of Crowd of 1,!$>Inn jit Slit rke Rotary Chili ,Fish ,Fry
of the best of its kind In Fair


Results of the judging,
Contest t ta "If Court Approves
Y Seeks which took place Wednesday

afternoon are as follows: -
Coo Harold Ashley Ash

Next HighlightOf ,5 I Champion land Ranch.Hereford ltrh'OHlOr.nd bull School Board Says Go

Study Of City Margie Oiwrica Ranch II. tiiike Brown ClenevaItenvrve take-

I Champion Hereford

FestivitiesWith bull.George H. lll'OW1Oranel To Million $ IssueThe

Champion and Reserve Champion

the gala opening of the Bradford County County Units Hereford heifer. I

Fair at noon Wednesday now history. attention turnsto *t "t'a' Maurice Edwards Jr .
the next glamorous highlight-the crowning of A Btarke Clrand Champion Angus Itnulfonl County School>| Itojinl! voted \Vcdriesilay School Hoard member mov

the 1965 Strawberry Queen at the Fair grounds Fri Rep. A. J. Thomas. Jr ha rNen notice of IntcnLeirUlature << bull. to float n Itoml issue''''''' "upward of ono million dollar I ed to allow B..rcus. Kindred

day night. Lion to apply to the 1965 for pjumuae of Tom Edwards Stlrkene. for school purpiim-H"" ," to ho ,m-amil by ltd proponed and Co. of Hollywood, FU.\ to j

The lucky girl will be crowned by the 1964 Queen, U S an act establishing a local government study cornmUid serve champion Angus bull. 60) per cent nhuru! of the county', race track I handle. Issuance and gale ot
Connl River Jr.Oraod the bonds. Harvey 1. Herman
Miss Jane Adams of Starke. who will be assisted in I aion in Bradford County. revenue I________ >,
the n txplaltted '
Bailer Be otr I* Champion heifer I pjtntlng coinp >
r the! rites by Congressman D..R. (Billy) Matthews of JWrry Qu *n .Entry:!! purpose of the oommiMlon id* that un1aa\D'n\ mar I i Aory Prevatt Jr.? BtarkRescrv ". "umU>g>. of course: I ,.. of the race track money thai under the present
uaineavliie. I would be to study th* structurea. -I draft a plan or plana fur any Champion Angus heifer the large counties don't !: accounts fur ainallet setup of distribution of
Fifteen, of the area's most attend a luncheon: In tht'lrl function, and operations solution of problems dlnckwrdas a hlt.rJInLn legUlatlvo. o ...' efforts ti. pledge. rare" track fund that th,
beautiful and talented' girls honor tour the Fair and assemble BradfordCherry of all governmental units a result of its study and Other blue ribbons winner which will allow | .. slmres. of the fund to. board could probably burrow
are vying for the 1883 title for preliminary judging and bodies located In Bradford submit the plan to member. ) in cattle were J II White County to tie down!< Ita .* rontliiiutl receipt: of between one million and It,
with eliminations starting at and talent competition County, including county of the Florida legislature from n E. Reddish and Vernon of the money ruining I < ., of Ui* total, .umuuntllrailford 500,000 with&taa\ than the
3 p. m. Friday climaxed by before the public at 1:30.A : and municipal 1 governments, Bradford County, to deslg- Knight; John Olom for Angus county from race. ( County Cotnmla- larger figure as the maximum
\ the finals starting at'. The buffet supper for all contestants public bodies corporate and aloffice. nat the member of such cow and calf; and John fund." Bupt of are alw planning to. "To com anywhere" near our

day's events- will come to a chaperonea.' Judge. .,, Berries .. agencies, commissions commission and to provide s Odom for Ifmt Horn Hteer. Tlionmi. Casey added, a bum! \issue tu construct needs' will take a couple of
close with the annual Straw and their wives and huaands boards authorities and other method of filling vacancies Marvin R beery Queen's ball, starting at will be held at .::10 p. m. in I Th.,.'. a 1I'.rld.t differ.nt sudl visions. The legUUlure would also Blue ribbon for Appalooaa have. been asking for a ,," track funds .. swurlty The only question Casey

10 o'clock: at the Starke Golf the First Methodist Church .between. cherries, and The commission would de. provide for the organisation stud horse. I llnnnan Attorney George

& Country Club. The Straw Fellowship nail.Contestants "rrtea. Ws.hlngUn. I). C. I termine the ned. If any for and terms of such commission Blue ribbon winners for Drive Pierre .nd Board,, membersRodney
berry Queen contest and ball. entered In. th* f...... f... .t e. and Bradford I consolidation, separation, addition proscribing Its duties wine' Jim Faulkner. Harry Judge Yawn\ Hall. C.: A. ""PI'. H
are sponsored by the StaxkeCivltan contest are: County tr th. ther. flit removal, or other revision and powers and would pro Faulkner Stanley Crawford A, Lawson. and Art UoIIW..yrtluld"'C .
Club. Marian Green 10. daughter I dent get peer cherries and of such structures. functions vld: for an appropriation forth 121. Hotter Eunice 131, and find an answer tu
The fun and excitement of of Mr and Mrs. Robert Oreenof 'berries' mimed., far rherrle, and oprrsUcns: : ; determine payment of cost of operation Merren Llwnbee. To Curb T Violators was whether or not the courts

serving as Goodwill Ambassador I Starke; a Junior at BIIS an definitely. sat .f a4ae.. ala .whether tax savings of the commission and, Blue rllitxirw for poultry will validate this type of binder
for North Florida's Strawberry and runner-up In Jut fear'sQueen Nu..1 be made and whether efficiency establish effective date I
Bradford County can an Ann Bhiilts. Uoyd tlryan. the I on race track. funds. If not
two other to
industry .U only part' of Contest Sponsored by berry FraUvaL And thereby. I can be gained through In recent! months. Rep I Louis Noegel Jerry White* ftntwrt t>llllng. cml- 1 ,'validated. then the burden of
docket were
the reward offered the Queen' Blade- Oil Co. such revision of I local I governmental llamas has expresned. concern 'of Btitrk was .,t" couU
tale.. I head LawrenceMeng, Phillip paying off the bonds
hangs a j other I
Festival." A J.nt'Hardy.. 17. daughter .' <'"u iri. 1 | furftlteil
of the Strawberry functions need for County: \I.IIf.
Bradford structures with the' apparent to
I according
Several week age the Lyons, Diinny Waters [ I fall on the State.
cash prise of tlOO goes to thl of Mr and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and operations revision of local governmental I ,tiny t<> I lit .1. i m .n.Unt fallil. to ipp "r i
C..nly Fair AwMlalton flue rIbbon. for rabbit llenann.llenann.
winner; HO to the runner-up: of 8t.arke. Bits Senior and for The bill will. further. pro- structure In view of thethreatened driving' while. hu Hi'enas", A 14)-year. -utd l driver. John,
sent In a repeat order : nJOCky h Jrllte>hlnl( tJrnton [ ) said the bond IMII,
and $35 to the second runner IMS Queen of Hearts. Sponsored mere ut the artUlrUI straw.berry loan of race track I VIN. F.dU, l Hawkins. ..lot'I'I an.p.nd-h.' 11.. J.II't..1 ... Hptingler.. who plooil I could be fashioned to the.
by tela's Dress Shop I t-ent tn a companion guilty to speeding. was fin-
funds after reapportionment .
which were Bennett and in-bhlo neoJs aftvr
up.A erwise Car Wash School Biwrd's "
scholarship to the Bauder Barbara Sue Edwarda.' 17. Saturday I : and Judge Yawn 'H-
lull/Mat or |
1 "p".II"tC. i
gives thfoeaUl"d "big coun flue. !
aunt a hit at the 1144 Fair. ribbons for ( I1llIlInat..r | Casey explained that. thai;
Fashion Career Coll*** and daughter of Mr. and Mr Set SophaThe ties" of Florid control or( .rr..I..t l ,.. the youth to ears ih < .
By wits
Last week. when Finishing School In Jacksonville Robert Edwards of Stark anda received.< .... It ronlalned. a both houses. of the State leg \ The swine unit at WorMa data, Trooper U N. I himself and report
tight budget
1s Included In the list. ofprises Senior at BUS. Sponsoredby of t., th court on May. hit: ,
note saying, ""'. took.. the Sophomore Class Ulatur At a recent hearingon mat Prison U exhibiting a after n chiiii .l spnwU *
and Miss Peggy Tempi H. C. Wall Insurance BUS will have Car Wash on local legUUtlon. I .and l how h..rn1.1' l It H. also ask. that the money!
liberty *f nuking. a (....U.. I proprmed fine litoe! sow with litter of Ing over I Its) mph matching.
*, a representative of the Agency U4MI ." Saturday. Apr 34. from 10 a h* e.pre.. xl the need. In hli 11 pin" and also an outstanding ...r fhtfrii was rated, l Jixlg Yawn aidlwl.\ "No. !I..'- could b* wed M .
school will direct the pace-' Connie Rivers. 17 of Lake ..... opinion for study of a ponlhle showiMl .n l Is 'lenrnmi. when your f ia, fund" with avallabl Federalsiit << ,
Forty .f the .. .. ,La'n.I m. to 4 p m. at the school, meat-typo Diiroc lnv ntlg tU>n funds UU
to education as
ant activities. Anottttr thrill. Butler Senior at Union Cam | ty marked.. Ktrawberry Fe..l- .. "metrr" type government bore ceni hiwl .b._ ." 1 .r JHlY. flue, f". You earn for the winner will be a aerial, ty High School: 1M4 Homecoming between Building and th for Bradford County There ,are 30 entries In rat Kimler tiutinnl that .. money yourself "n.' |lwr needed. Henann' company
and vicinity Quft'l.nd PTA Dtatrlct val were' adorned with-her- Proceeds will Into U< to handle I the bond for tint.
Starke shop 10 'In
tour of which: would mean a consoll tic u! !m swine. 40 in "poultry' erveil the second If It'e your money *
by helicopter gift of Mlsi Sweetheart Sponsored *i mar! the claaa fund. II.00 per car dstion of city and count; and 10 mUcellsneoun.hU l. illllngr| ) ms.a l .....,.1 .' you may uniUrotand county.. too. according Usued
Ellen OUmour. f Continued on Paa Two I envernm.nt. perwMy Pierce They recently
.In.1 him.Ju.IJ .
,; of Stark
bonds for city:
"The Festival day will Mar .... I Lee a
at 1C (* T. A. Yawn 8<- Another np Ur, Wayne I II sewer project h* ..Id.
for a. m.Quern Friday contestants with rehearsal : ---- Firm Seeks Franchise For Cable ---- I the Innorcnt. plan l (n p..nn1t."u\I .
at the Starke Woman's Club:1 Mt bun.1) at 1 3<(O, foil I h*. futlwl) to npp lie*r told the School B
the busy day they wit fervid that CUM. t During Starke Could Receive 68TV Stations\ << I court that h" hail l l boo"n pledge" future race track funds
; that
I Miring the TiiowUy ease' hail been dlapiHM"(
Judge' Yawn t\uipaiun\\ be "put Into the hopper of
Memorial- Service \ other ca...... levying! fin ", f that h* did not hive to the State Legislature In the
Stark reaklents may be ableto feat five stations and possibly told Poltc Chief Bill Roaoer placed on a 40/) hour week a* lawn The closing wa oo- taling IT 10 In 24 (*-. ... ,. neat fw dan.Um..nn .
Sponsored by tune la aa many as even I' as many. seven or eight. that money U not svallablt he requested But h* said, h" I posed by the American Iy.U>n I "No one ran answer to a xplalnd thai& debt
or eight TV stations next fall Including: educational channels to pay policemen overtime la la .1Iwt the council has prom- Irvitructed' Clerk Edwards I .rg* Ilk* thin but you.' service on on million dollar
W. T. Weeks Chapter by means J of a co-.xlal table ;: Th .,..um1I'ould also)I work at. the Bradford Count) teed to 40 something about' SInform C II N* wurthy "/ Yawn, toll l'-..>,v.y. fin
running to each home from a Include: a J4-hour weather Fair even though the pra.etlcehu his department a problem In i that the city has no fur,," tocofulrmn I Berry Crop his 11.:). I|, (Continued On Pag Twol I II

IY.n.c.Sunday. 400 to 500 foot tower. station and FM background I been the custom. AnawerIng the future I I an area fur an alley" ,..,lcllland. charg I I
I Iff
April 25 Jack Burette of Ure Oak music the chiefs Inquiry Councilman In other business, the council bu. ..k of the Worth ipilfcllns ; On DeclineIlriwlfor.l .1 with sn assault. on a worn Teachers Get
4:00: P.M. and L. J. Duncan of Highpoint. Cost to subscribers would b* j Ruby Johns spoke forth I (which N..worthy ownI. ) arutStump' at a labor ramp on April:
Georgia owners of 'I around 14 per month. Duncan: ; board when oh* said "At Approved the request of I Itmf'nt BU/re on' < .
was rlrwl I") ) <>r given Boost From fem.
CruMby Lake Cemtery Cable TV Inc. of Llv Oak apoiled I said The charge In Uv Oak horn. If you run out of monty Street. Department Bupt 8 R I Kant Call Htrert Two owners. County I ., ) iUy' in ,>.il.roiir .
Tuesday nlgfit' to the U 13 W per month. There you quit buying." Hicks: that two laborers be I of the IJOVT Kstale I ,Slump"Dpt
City Council for a franchise: would also be a tap-on fe* of I IspprozimaUly Chief Rouer told the council reclassified as truck driver al Store) wet unwilling to strawberry < ror>> was I mn w.r. I $4( Sen. JohnsI

to use the city's power pole I Ito 110. Th "! that hot wanted to answer chang of position that carries give "Und for tM al>y. Councilman derlln this week .". h for rwhlng with roil l .n"
Sophomore ClaM Install such a syitem.Chairman >i because of the high a question he had been ...11M2.t a as per week pay raise I Uric Wlggtn* saW. on 9JTi flat. shipped : ...1 l without IUn. ... and tuy I I school! teachers gota
CAR WASH Carl Hurst appointed tower give rieellent recep-j i an earlier meeting The council approved the the grounds that the slier .Is I -1V perkxl. Apr 'litnr Mly of .f.ik*>nvlllr powerful ally In Sen. Char-

Councilman Ew Q lion the council was told. (I I 'so there would not be any change only after determiningthat I, would- benefit Jmt two par- Price r.naed from II '."' .. guilty tn fishing with try. John last. week, accordingto
Saturday Apr. 21 Lawson Usyor Randal Chit'ty. It would take six months'' question whatever." He w1treferring no additional funds need I tie* N. **nrthy sal drum i |1 &0. with. S730 a return for th to i-itn. put In! | Coun Tlnvimion newsman
of tJ J
and City Clerk Merrin I for a cable system to be /Installed to Mrs. John'sas quen b* budgeted sine: the to store, owner Ester Crews. ers .... without a Ik-omi: Hank Dran
the. v I .
10 a.m. 4 p.m. Edwards to Investigate. the I In Stark Duncan: said to whether or not he hat men will rrpiac the two who Asked Fire Chief It C of Friday the week wa. .with 27. lswrenre r..1.,1 t l herder II.tlJllooont. I I According to !)ran.. Men.

Behind IIIIS GYMS application and report to the his company would like: tobecln I additional employment bnidel. are no longer employees of lfU4l I liijforrt to obtain pricr 1 i Wednewl.y's total wa pl...*-1-l guilty, to Johns has confined plans to
council. work a, soon as possible his position a. police chiefRo.e.r the City Two laborer wlU on a radio alarm system. tn //JIiO flat, with a price ......lnlC'. ."rin* h. had r new Introduce a bill giving teach
Per Car Barrette told tx council if the coy would agree. to a had City Clerk Merrill I airs b* hired. Micks said. replace, the present Wren In I of U 10 to 1141H / or aivl 'liiin't r...IU* "htr' *rs a I40O a year acroM-lh-
that the co-axial system would fraxiehl to the system could Edwards read a )..IItLertrr1tUn Dnclded to inveotlgat" the alerting' firemen Chairman <> tar thin ..-. ahl" t .h* wu.. going lining board py rata*. If aomeon"
consist of the high tower an be completed by the Urn the by an mecutlv' assistant .,'I closing of fake BUtt. a JacI :I Hunt told Bufort. however' ,. hate tota:. i I31>!>>) I W or rive lv/i/ In Jail. *|M doesn't Introduce It before -
amplifying tatlon. and line*' new fall programa are aired of Governor Haydor,I ent to the American Legion that the council will not boo ,..t""nI\ ) growers of Jivlg, Yawn advisee l t h e I h* does.
leading to each horn via the There are around 1300 s'jch Burns which stated! Not nowor property. in northwest Stark ,, able to pur"h a system a 0:11., ta about : I )youth h* hl. nn biMlncwiIrlv- I' "I don't know where the
ThU Spac CMitrflxrUd City** power pole The cable systems to the United. !State. here you wr been" an i Th closing was reijMd' I until nest year If at ailAppointed flats UM. than at. the .Inif it IN 'tln. rulu what money will com frnm." John

Weekly' U Publicise hook-up would eliminate If Cable! TV was awarded I employ of the Stat ol two _lea ago by BixMy l wIs I Civil otfpnM Director Um last ..a on n.4 wa doingAnn is quoted. as vavtnT. '-bI". eause
I, Community Eveata by housetop antennas b* said the franchise: with the City I I Florida or any agency of Ux"( who Itvea a ros* from the Carl Robert to keep ondKUin\ contributed Johnm ,,,n.l r-harll for *v'rv' JlfM) raise.. !It coat
Th City of LJv Oak ha of Stark the company would |: State.Th. Legion property. Ther la ae- the council$ aware. of all federal ntrt..e ...... Jr pl.i..ll Innocent: ti> the state 111 million But I
The CommunityState had such a system since 1942. pay' the city so much per year.' chief also told tr*''I I tautly no street there and:I aid program besides 'lust fight shipments may -hrg" .. ."' "passing<< worthle.s think they. deeev It and. IX

Barrette acid" and nicalwa I per pole ued. Duncan aaM.Th council that b* U sorry th,! Lewis "ha bn maintaining Ct project, for which Ih* llnu for ath>-r two. : <<... ami their asa. was naceasary. I would favor an
Bank fin TV Matto L Stark. Duncan council In other action. PoLice Department cannot b<''I the right-of-way a* part ofi tra/wfcrrwl to the trial doC across-the-board three percant !
at i city might be sllgible! If weather condition:
receive i I
I ,I k.c. i aal&** tax.

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I Sally and Carl Toroda were Mr. and Mrs.\ T. L. .
In Baptist Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs M. A. Payne, f High School PTA !I Queen Contest I I II Commerce.Other contestants all from'! Plastic Notebooks $2.20 at the

Tuesday and Wednesday for I Mr. and Mrs. lre\v Reddish Hears Principal I Bradford High School andi

minor surgery. 'I and Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mul- Give Evaluation Friday Night \; their sponsors are: Jo Ann I Telegraph.
Admitted to Starke Nursing .
lia enjoyed a camping trip Scott. St. Mary's Paper Co.:

Home during ,the past i from Thursday to Saturday at I An evaluation of the pas' (Continued From Page Onel Linda Lee. Register Oil co.-
GLADYS MOOTY week were .Mrs. Kva Blair of. Tomoka 8tat Park near Ormond Sarah Shealy. Noegel's Auto
school BH3
Phone 961-0651 Starko, Mrs. Rosa Kelly of Beach. year was given by by Union County Farm Bur Sales Cheryl Shealy Ruby
Principal; Connlj Clark at the ;
Brovker, Harold Curtis of Lake { Rev. and Mrs Frank Miller I high school PTA meeting eau. ..1ohl1lBeauty\ Shop; Tern
City, Otis Booth of 'Oca.I"'j. and children all working'with Barry Starke Retail Merchants
Tuesday night in the cafe
Mr". nt\d Mrs. Jim Garner Mrs. C. D. Williams and odid Lester Nenfua of ]Melroue. the Sunday. School Union of I teria. Assn.; Julia: Ellington.

n< i daughter of Jacksonville Mra. E. D. Olmstcd are in Mr and Mrs. Fete' Novak t tand Wet 'Virginia acoorapanlcd Mr. Clark stressed that th; Starke Police Department.

visiting: her parents Mr. I Tampa this week attending children Ver visiting Mr. by Mrs. F. O. Petiraon.. a basic educational no'd. of atichol : Becky Dlnklns Fjley Lumber

nii< Mr!!. T. H. Blade, Sunday. the WSCS conference.! Mrs. nnd Mrs. L. N. demons In former resident of'' Starke chll.'rtn Is a sound cur, Co.: Renee Belote BeloteDruit

C;L and Mrs. J. W. McNeer Williams was honor guest at I Clear-water over the weekend. : vtaited Mr.: and 1\1(1'\( '. J. T. rlculum. Is BUS meeting th Store: and Tonda: Dixon -
tit. flaw Fort Mr. and Mrs. J. R. WalnI j, htst .
Richey Went 1 the 25th anniversary banquet Quigley Thur day. needs, good enough: for th FlorUa Bank at StaikeIt.NK
it-its ot Mrs. M. F. Brown Monday night. I wright and son, David attended Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn children; da thy have ade

>in Fuesday and Wed le daY.Irs. I Bernard Hunt of Bonifuy I the Raster!; parade in St. Jr, and family sprnt Thurs juste text books and class HOLIDAY $1 Per Day

1,1, Merrill Struth- and wan visiting hia mother, Mrs. i Augustine on Sunday. I IMrs. day to Monday at Bryson room supplies; are the teachers Bank
'K.jhterKathy: ; Mrs. George Henrietta Hunt, Sunday
>...;' rljll '1'. a/nd/ Mrs. Vernon Eva Rowell and son of Mr. and Mrs, W H'|' The Good News Bible Club I which they wre trained? of Stark and the will Florida not be
ox,were in Mount Dora Stuart were visiting Mrs. P. I Miner at Cuyhoga Falls, Ohio! taught by Mri. Charles Oehrig Dorothy Dunagan These question* and many """" Bank ut EmersonDahmer's
business :Monday
i,lay afternoon attending D: Fancher last Wednesday. for two weeks. | had as thin 'week's meeting a : To Wed In June ; more were eummirlzed. Th .:1 open for Confederate on :Meir.or:

golden wedding I Mrs. Charles Sawyer, }[rll. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of picnic in Nona Park Play summer program for student? .. / Apr 26..
vU 7 "of their uncle annlver-I Jerome Johns and Mrs. Harold Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.Cliarllo ground. Two hours-of instruction Rev nnd Mrs. William l\Ip.I- was outlined.! Including swimming ::1 ml U
u anil, Mrs. N d Parker of Cocoa and ) and entertainment! if1..1 .
I Godwin delegates of the was via Dunagan of Lavonla da. muale, English driver'* ,
\trs. Bill Dansby Junior Woman's Club, attended their children npent the weekend 1, enjoyed by the group followed announce the engagement/; of education hand craft and NGte JOks Sl.: U at thTelegraph. ',' .12 E. Call I'h. !>(r,9-177'!

aiirli., is spending the latter ,I 'the Florida FederatSC! with Mr. and Mrs. M. by refreshments. oM ra. Oeh- their daughter. Dorothy An- others. James Temple Junior, --,.....- .

jf\rt, of the week with Mrj Woman's Club convention in Wells and family. rig was asxUitcd. by Mrs. J. 1 gelynn to George .Mlchae! High principal, outlined the I)> Laura Price I.
n.lfrs.. R. O. Hollywood Monday to WcdicHday. Mrs. O. W. White Sr. C'I T. Qulgley and Miss Nan Wal Hlnson. son of Mr. and Vim. curriculum. Including biology -

'\ !. Phyllis Stricklandi 1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. lace. James Kelly Hlnsoti of Moul- which has been ad:Jed, and':! !'' Laura Lee Price 16. ofiJacksonville. I

-i 1,1 diUfrMcrs: Joule and r.ln- Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Field in Wexconnett last MlDses Linda Hugglna and I trle. Oa. the American History study I A Junior at RlI '

and Dorothy Mlxcm" pont And :Mrs. T. It. Slada! ofStuike. week I Delores Far sin la of Dell Med' The bride-elect will graduate group being taught by Walter I ISlwtrunk. I bault! High School, and Miss Strawberry

"ij'i' weekend nt \Uityloruiacli. : and :'11'11. l U. C. ForeHand MHS| Marcla Whittle was ical Technology School. Ashe- from Tirtj College June H. A. Sprow talked I I Putnam County of 1964-65.

of Albany, On. were In home from Thursday to Sun vllle, N. C. were visiting Mr.' and Mr. Hinmm attend th on the proposed new scheduling ,, Sponsord by Putnam County

'If. and Mrs John Manning Covlngton da. lust Tuesday day from the Rlngling School and Mrs Oeorje Huggins Georgia, Institute of Tech of classes next year In the ".'-'.,_ ._an... 1 1t QUEEN'S BALL

r* In jailziihrtiiton. Tinn.i"er I to Thursday visiting relatives of Art, Saraaota. over tlie weekend nology. Home EC, Shop gym and

the )JoAn1. wrekRnd vlalt.y of Miss Karen: Stone, fiancee Local admittances to Uoc- Brownie Scout Troop 605 The weddln will bo solemn.Ized science areas. Two double. ]

... their mothers, 1\1 rH. .1. H. I if Tom l.onle.I tor's Hospital -this week include had a hamburger!! fry Friday on June 18 at the. Plea- classes and one single class.[

Uiiii/ham\ .. and Mrs. (1. C. Man- |I :\ Curtis Lee and Bon :Mrs. Myrtlce Spence afternoon at th3 home of their>:, ant Hill Baptist Church.' Ir will be held each wsek. !giving

i-.1 and other relative leiry. visited In Live Oak I Starke; Elmer Thornton Ralord leader, Mrs. D.V.. Whiff,, Georgia. : the classes a longer time for

"MM. Charles Jlir'ly "'1,1>l lust Friday and, Saturday with ;' and 'Mrs. Emma Jean with 12 Brownies attending.Mr. 1 I, The Duuu ani( .are fo'mf'>: their projects.It .
;M.; ChaMe, vlHlted :Mr*, O. K.JJJtiauley :. MP nnd Mrs., J. L. Foster. Simmons and Mr Vwdle I and Mrs. J. F Blood- re>ldents'of Starke...whre Mr was propound; from the

:': in FaluUm"ci : Mr. nnd MI'''. John S. Woods { Simmons of Gainesville. worth and family were at Or- Dunagan wa
'-kiny., ,irn vlsltloji' Mr. and Mrs. John Misses Louise and Kttiii mond Beach Sunday visiting Sticrt. BaptlsI be changed from once a

':fTr.. Kate Sheppiird of W. Woods In Lakeland this i I Fripp. Peggy Lowe, and Louise Mr. and Mrs, Rex Andraws.Mr :! I ChurclI \. I month to four times! a year

'H..UIIIWtck, Ga. spent the .vo-k. Drummond of Columbia.S. and Mrs. E. C Dukes I and meeting right after school

't'Iten..1, with Mrs. W. H. Alu'or 11'1'1 a''iou;'\ :.. bevailable1 ... Initead of at night This was
..........1.. cher J,'. nnd, family attended during the Easter: holiday Jacksonville Beach Sunday by early fall of thli I put Into a motion which wll'

--8.' Edith Christiansen was ; the Bnokh.trt family reunion spent last Thursday night at I afternoon where their granddaughter but'tonstruction' woulr I be voted on at the May meeting
=.wfaY, ov rnifht( guuut ofAl In Elloree H O. from Thursday the L. G. Powell home. Shan Edwards not be'gtrf' "af least untl At the Tuesday night

Mark Moody In Green to Monday, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Gibson | daughter of Mr and Mrs i 1907," Casey added. meeting there werp! only five
Springs.tin. visited Curtis Edward won first parents and about 20 teachers
Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Hayes and daughter, Gloria In other business" the schoo
Sarah A. Hunter spent I were In Ornla Saturday visiting Mr. and M..... Gerry Gibson Jn I prize In the four year old deferred' ootlon on request present. This was about th'

Jh wopkend with her broth- ;: Mrs. L. A. Weekly and Lnrgo over the weekend. class I, from sevtn'' students. for re- average Interest shown at all
(:,' .m-la\v and sister, Mr and! Mrs. Collie DeVellls. Approximately 100 BUS ,I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams I anslgnment. Included In thi the meetings. It was said.Mrs. .

"tfrs' Dew! Barber and daugh1 Larry Noegcl of the University I students, five teachers and i j jflve and family of New Port Rich : requests>ls"one from an RJJ: J. D Warren presided\
1 Bushncll Mr. and Mm.u of Alabama home / mothers from the Math ey, Mrs. Betty May and over the meeting and :: Music
was High School llth grader who express-1 t By The Spotlighter
.. v Ctardy In Zephyrhllls, for the Easter weekend.Mrs. I Four, Algebra Two and Plane daughter. Melody of StOeorge. bsks for re-asHlfinment tcBradford ej her regret that the I Ispniuiored

UKIr.M.. S. W. Reed and fam- Edith Christiansen of Geometry classes toured Cape S. C., J. W. Home 1 \ by the PTA last Frl- toOm..Ian.. '
\ High School Fri.
Apr. 23 10 P.M. Till 1 A.M.
..i>v. in Tampa. and son. Billy, and Mr. and I day afternoon had only 221 --
Starko and Mr. and :Mrs. C. Kennedy Thursday as guests .
I Board members asked Supt :\...... Green
i iDonna'Mann.nll
Mrs Home
iiinella, Pollard was in Kls- W. Beasley of Gainesville were of the npnce center for three! Jr. and daughter Casey to write>to the lowest patrons attending. The moneytaken
i>Hmnue\ Friday to Monday fishing at St. George lust hours.. The group made the of Hampton and Mrs. C. OBarkadale bidder for typewriter repair of In from Uis movie WHS of Palatka Starke Golf & Country Club

.vv; ,iting, Diane Partln. I Wednesday and Thursday. trip In three DUSAH.Mrs. of Starke were the school typewriters about to have gone toward the air- sponsored by the Florida,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fowlerj Attending the annual \VMUBtnte Clyde Sinclair and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. weekly service. conditioning unit for the Crown Council Chamber of Couples (Adult) $1 Couples (Student) $3Pfln..rt'd

;/ Winter Park were week- conference In Jacksonville daughter, Evelyn, and Joyce and Mri, Robert Burksdale. school library. As It turned
The School Boitrd also moved Hv !Starke: (Civitan Club
&,ue8t.8 of Mr. and Mrs Denmark Jan Ritch Sandra Mrs. May and daughter spent out the PTA lost $18 on the
last Tuesday and Wednesday I : to auk U'J", Stew' Department ,
II'I.t-ert Thomas and ohm visMrs. 1 were Mrs. H. M. Hat- Huggins, Donna Lou Pa tray tho weekend! with the Burkadales. of Education. check project.

R. A. Thomas at Cher Jr., Mrs. F. B. Beard aiml Cindy Sink .npent Friday I, Into offerings of two parcels The nominating. committee
Mra. J. A. Griffin. Mr*. C. J. presented the following slate
Starke Home.
Nursing I Mrs. Bertha Lang, Mrs. J. A. I to Sunday at the Slude Hummer of land as possible! school
Houpt and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.deleil'1ites of officers for the coming Your
Oriffln MI'". Guy Sale :Mrs cottogo on Klngsley Lake. buildingsites.. Headquarters
from the StarkeWornan' year: president, Mrs. V. J.
W. B. Mumly Mrs. M. B. Jordan I Mr. and Mrs.' Don Joiner of One site Is the 100 ft. by
FOK LEASE Rev. and Mrs. "'. L. Rowan 'Greenwood R. C. wcra guests I Club were in Hollywood -, '100 ft. T>t"t 'on 'thP'ftroiiAds. of .Spengler;; vice-president;; Mrs.P. For Fine
from Tuesday to Friday D. Fancher Jr.; secretary.' Quality
N_ Throe lluvPITRE Mrs. Dna Gotten, Mrs. I of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Bradford County High School
to attend the Florida Federation Mrs. R. E. Patterson treasurer
Oil- NKKVIC'R Bryant Reddish, ant, Mrs.!! G. from Monday to Wednesday.Mrs. owned by F B. Beard. Bard ;
Woman's Clubs convention Mra. Sherrod Hamilton,
Gallon' .m U.M. 801 'NearFanners a. Martin. Bertha Pearce returned offered It to the school board f Homefurnishings!
historian, Mrs. Ernest Pat .
Market.Vo Little Deldre William of Wednesday from several. for 8.700.. i
Major and Mrs. V. J. and parllmentarlan George
Atlanta, Ga. is visiting her- weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.B. The other parcel Is 10 nci'esi
Bpcnuler and family, Mr. and Hugginn. /
NermnnryPaid grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs.BUI Haynes In Winter Park. on Pratt Street offered by A.I'
TralnJnl'-Mome 'I Mrs. J. C. Dukes, and Mrs.
Graham thin week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert OoldI J. Thomas. Br. and Ouy Andrews |
Financing Available.l'i Emma Badman attended theElI.oIter
I 1 Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes I wire were in Columbus Oa. for 11.900 per acre. I the Starke Club's annual observance
parade In St. Augustine
".>.r Further urination 1 Jr. and daughter Ann spent over the weekend visiting Lt. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Board member Hall said I of Rural-Urban Day

WrlfeTRAVIH Wednesday to Tuesday! In and :Mrs. Michael Goldwlre Leo Champion underwent negotiations for plots now The Bradfoid High School
IMATHISl i Hattlcsburg. Mitt with their :Mr. and Mra Hnry, Stcfsnelll minor Tuesday would be premature that the I Band under the direction of

., O. ROil SI:57-Mt' '*. K.Jarluwnvlll I daughter, Marcia, ot William had an: Sunday dinner In Alochua General sunjery" Hospital. board should simply "look into Elden Mathews guvs a concert
*.!, "'IL. College. guests Mr. and Mrs. Al Stef- It." before the noon meul.!
Cury i Mls Chile Cronkhlte spent ,
I a neill. 1\lIss Harriet Home j I "We BJ-& going to have to Calvin Winter. Executive!
the weekend with her brother-
4 and Mr. and Mra. Kenneth i build another scliool of some Secretary. Florida"
I Agriculture
In-law and sister Rev. and i
Vincent of Jackson villa Mr.nnd type, ani It mlffhfr M well be I and Livestock. Pair Committee Tier Cafe and Valance
i Mrs. Fred Bailey in Maria mm. ; Sets
MI'''. Robert Stllfltnt1II1nnd I' Tpri-v- _n. _iiiirt___ _Phllli______ _Rtlth_n'_ of__ |, sooner as later, Supt Cuyaald. told them? g therd thxt. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stefnnolli Valdo&ta. Oil were weekend, "We are going to be In a Bradford County has one of

/ \ of Cuincsvllla< and their visitor of their grandparents tight when the Job Training the finest fair facilities In the
children. school comes up and we aren't ,tate. Beilitiflilly tailored. prfly styled tits .
I Mr. and .
Mrs. L. 1" DtnkJn.s.Mr.
Local admittances to Bradford I and Mrs James Star- j ready," You can be proud of your ready to You won't find b.Her cur
County Hospital thU Board member Sapp suggested i part In the development of tain any where I
ling, Mrs. Inez Kelly. Mr. and '
week Include: Mix. Nancy i I,' Mrs. Fred Halslop and daughter the alrpotb. land own your young people through
Blgelow. Chralle Strandbeigj ed by Lacey Conway "It'shigh promoting 4-H and FFA exhibits ::
and George Sealcy
nnd Stephen' Perry of Mel-1 j I KUCHU of Rev. and Mrs. Alton giound" und a good locution. i anj participation," he 54 AND 40-IN. WIDTHS, 1 199
he said. Added.
I'OHo; Mrs. Mary\ Ulnklns und I Dobbs In Jacksonville on Sun- 36IN. LENGTH
Gadaon Wllkcrson of Lawtry: 'day. :' The Board m ber'ot.ed I I Conner and Thomas!, assisted

Miss Mldilleton, : to request spot attrveys on the Ml&t Adams: lit cutting the
Ricky .
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Chltty Drip-Dry 100% Poliihed, Cottons, Drip
Frlck, Harvey Lee Underwood I of Lakeland. On. were vUltlng suggested sites. llbbon acroM tlie entrance to Dry Oinaburgi, Sanforized Bro.deloth
They also moved to request!' the
Mrs. Ida Mary Goodge, Mrs. Mayor and Mis. Randal Chltty 15Uannual Bradford with Rich SchiffU Embroidery, Pinch
bids for a road 10
County Thomas
Mildred Smith Howard explained
Crews last Wednesday to Friday. PUaUd Cotton' Sailcloth
M!'". MuxLne Starling, ':\lrs.1 Mrs. A. J. McMillan and ft. wide by 10O ft. long on the Senator Charley John* .

Wilma Peeplos, Mm. OllleLewis. I I daughter. Nancy, of Arlington'Heights. recently acquired Sewell property could not be present because Solid Colon, Print and 2-Ton

Mrs. Clura to\e! Grlf- 111. are Thursday to I for use 811 proposed, 1 of dutle In ToUahaueeHe Co nbin t! ftt

ns. Mrs. Juanita Harper, and Saturday guests of Mr. and barn site.Fair also commended Fair

Richard L. Lee Jr., all of,],, ...'..... ......_..J' ."v,"...>' I Manager! Peter J. Novak: for I
atnrke; Sveber Johns of Lake I I Mr. and Mm. Al Harley UI : Opens hU WforU toward building a 30 TO tO-IN. WIDTHS. 29936IN.

Butler: Jim Row Shuman and I IJamc I and family of Merrltt Island'' Biadford, County Fair to be LENGTH

.* D. Ashrom Jr. of Wai-', spent the wf't'kt'ndlth their With A Bang proud o/ and "also the many,

do; Mrs.. Lillian Btiickmun! : ofi parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harley many people who have and
I Poll.h.d Ch.lii;
I are assisting with Fair"COl1nl"r No-Iron Fibegl.,
Hampton; Mrs.\ Llllle Cone Sr. and Mr and Mrs. Barney ,our
and Joseph C. Hnrrell: of)'McRae.. Dr. and Mrs. Barney I (Continued. Pi-om"p..aae toured th* exhibit Beautiful Solid Colors Fancy Print

Brooker. t, McRae Jr. tnd lam.Ll'r of r Fair AMoqJaUou ,bits worked I buildings greeting "homefolks" .nd Flera'tCompletely'

Mr. and Mrs. Jitme K Mr-\ >i Lake City werre also Sunday diligently to help the agriculture I and was joined by hisparents

London of BalLI more. Md. Visitors of the l.fcoRaea.Mr \ Industry to move, for Mr and Mrs. Leon WaihabU

spent Thursday' to Sunday. I I and Mrs. Ororgc Hua- ward. > Conner of Sutrke.

with his parents Mr. and I IMrs. gins visited Mra. I/oulw Jef Hep A. J. Thomas. Jr lIald I

\ R. P. MuLrndon. Tommy fords in High Springs on Sun contract lJ't""ready to be let Day Camp Set CUSTOM STYLED

McLendon. who has. been living >J day. ,, for an extension to Building For Girl Scouts
with\ the Jame McLen- Seaman DeWltt Woodward 1,: tTumbcf One -which will dou- READYTCHANGDraperies

dons since January has returned of Miami was visiting Mr and i I IMrs. I ble I Its sue *nd for a Ctrl! De- ThU Summer

to his home at the Oeorge Hunnlru\ Monday I I I fense Emergency Operating t .
State Farm. and Tuesday. ,, Center bulldln .t'' the P\Ursite. A Day Camp for Olrt Scouts

When they build their real homes, Mrs. Helen LeCIerv Brown Bill Brazil of Mobile. Ala. Cost of both will be In Bradford. Baker. and Un- :

well be here to help them with homo loans of Klngalcy LAke attended and Miss Mary Bolllnger of' 180.500. he lIakt. I Ion Counties! "n b* held In ;
the Inauguration of her cousIn. i' William-Carey. College, lUttlenburc. S. L. Peek jr.. chabroan of i Like Butler In two el&ht-day

If you need a home loan now Dr. Gordon W. Blackwell, I Ias Mise. Kpent the the Soil Conservation Service I 1 sessions. July 13-19. and July

prcwMent' of Furman Unl-l' weekend with Dr and Mrs. II. Committee prenented the I 19-33: from 9.30 a. m. till 3 299
talk it with
over us today. veraity. in Greenville. S. C. She Q. Bellinger. i i Farmer ot the Tear award to p. m. daily 46 BY 84-IM.

Wo are home loan specialists. alxo attended the pre-lnau-I ii i I I Thomas In the absence of the I The d.iy camp In for girls 7

guratlon luncheon and three School BoardOK's winner. Harold Wilson. Rep to IT years of aif'. who will
receptions In hi* honor. Mrs. Thomas" will deliver\ the award ,, meet together in small groups .1 Spun Dyed Acet.t.t ,

Brown's mother, Ann.*. Greene'Dttvls /' I' to Wilson later. I I I with special leaden to spend .
J-Yr. Gur
First Federal Savings and Loan Issue nt.. Against; Fading
was the Brat woman | Peek twld Wllnon\ has practiced |, the day outof.doonhll1lna.: I

graduate (1X83) from Green-1 stewardship' .of Lba soil i f'r>lortntr. cooking-out, and Whit. Bji'g*. Gold Aqua.. and RoiWaih t-

.. vllU Female l College. whichis (Continued From Page One) In an efficient manner over I, learning new crutts.

Association of Starke now the Women'* Division I would amount to about 190.-I the past year and has shown i, A $4 fee for the week Includes and Hang!

of Fur-man University.. Her outstanding qualities of progress 1 milk:, a cook-out Insurance

." 218 N. Temple Ate. 1..le. husband. Bnrtla Scott I, 000 the per' IMU The would money be from iwed)I in hU farming operation and craft supplies.
Brown w\s the deilgnlng for acquiring ite.. construe- 111 Bradford County. Non-Scouts may attend for a Carp.* (' rrl
fee Of Complete
Thomas introduced Mia $5. Parents are responsible Textured Line
engineer and Drapes
Be Sure To Visit Our tha campus of helped the new layout Fur- tlon., Cuer and for sakl.If any. school purpose Jane Ad.unq. North' Florida for transportation to Of Drapery Hardware

man University. Mr*. Brown I Strawberry Queen., w.ho\; will I and from Lake Butler 47 X 47 X4IN.
all acrordlnato TSE

Booth At The Fair represented College the for Women OW PresbyterIan at Columbtii '-- by Including IIOt"a Uw SUte* Department alt"Ci41i the relinquish. Strawberry her crown Festival: during anet I must received with by June fee I'* 43IN.FUr 399 449 CARIES. .CONVENIENT 1'T.AN ow. L.4Y-

s. C. now Queens at Beauty Pageant at 3 PL nv. Camp folders may be obtained' l ....... ... \\
of Education and local[ .1. u. $c"CI w... TIIE
We're Charlotte. N. C. L and 8 p. m. Friday.: : from Mrs. Curtis Lee in Lake fw. .,.. ,. .. VJli'E AT F.\JR VISITLAKCEST
Giving Away Money projection of school needs" for I Iyeara 0. Aco'''' r_*
< .
Butter Mrs. S
He also ; James T.\HKE-S
thanked: Rotary Cajdell: In W..oh.ble
PlAqUeN.Ct'1If1C11s ahead: paiutage! of the! 1 Ralford; and Mrs. V J. DE\7.
$2.20: President Buford Mitchell fotthe \ STORE
bill 1 and tauance of the!' bon The Trle/ raRh.
free fbh dinner, which Is
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Sonia Hunter, Donald Seigler Wed I I Lorraine Priest Weds John H. Morris Jr. Woman's Club !1 In lieu be of made flowers to ,the contributions American

In Ceremony At Camp Montgomery I In Grace Methodist Church. Lawtey Hears Dr. McGeeOn Cancer Society.

Mental HealthDr
Miss Sonia Theresa Hunter Miss He 'erly Lorraine '
became the bride of Donald Priest, dauirhtet! of Mr and f'
Richard K. MeOec PhD
Tyson Selulcr in a double rim Mr*. Hubert V. Driest of Law heartfelt thanks to all
of the University ol FI01'Ida
7 ,
GLADYS MOOTY ceremony Thuisday Apr. 15 tey became : .n bride of :;I Depiilment of Cl.nlcaPwyrholORV. who extended comfortingsympathy :

at 6 p. m. In the pavilion al John H, Morris, Jr.. of Starke J. HlllU\ Mille anJ help in our recent -

Phone-- 964-0651 Camp Montgomery on Crystal son of Mr. and Mrs.\ John H w r v sorrow. For the beautiful
Health Centi-t. "llok'l on -
Lake' tha Presbyterian Church Morris of nrsenbny, '''I." o I service floral offerings and
.. .... :, various uspcrl- of mentalhealth
r l. camp. Sunday April 11, at 4 o'clorl .il the SUii'ke Woman other! kindnesses', we are deeply -

f fI .- Dr E F Montgomery of In the afternoon. The doubl > Club mivtlnti W dm' :1,1! ) Ti grateful. The family of

Lake Cltly oftlclatej!;! In the ring ceremony was perform' .. ;2"1" Mrs. Hettie C. Jonas
atti." lea"m' Apr M
presence of close\ friends and by Rev. John A. Perkln- am 'j' ..\ RI'CRlIlth.\ .. d 'ys whi. i .-

relatives r Rev John M. 8lk s In Grace .- ..' .
$ : witchcraft was used In deal I< 1 'u..c- 0" 1.0'r.lal.s'rloa
.9 i The bride U the daughter of I Methodist Church st 1-nwte.v" .rJ Ii I TO WHOM IT MAY "(eN-
; trig with montiil I IMHI< r I
Mrs. Sarah A. Hunter. of The altar of the church CF.1UoNOtll'/ la hrhv .l.I'.nor
was .' Ye'e .
; McQ'e (crrcllln.1 the beiilmilim' Intention to apply in Hi.
SUrke and Carl M. Hunter of decorated with two pedestal I of modern. mental hc.ilth l" '..1 un Bastion' of th. FlorM

Lake City The bridegroom lathe arrangements of white .t'. 'f, 'or pss. ...a..r AI
chrysanthemums ,' treatment to Dorothea. Dir I ,
of Robert Lee Seigler Nora Schaefer set relating. to the 'lly of Inw
son ,
sail gladioli wt| I .
who cam Into promlnencr t j ftrailfiiril county. .
Sr and the late Mrs. IneiSeljiler l : plutnosas and leather-leaf V d ahali\; amaiKlIn.. unction t ofartkls
1811 and appeal l"d tn Coiure..i'ne I TnVcd Mr. CasonMr .
: .. .
of Orandln. b bIIIIIIII. a I nr th nlty <-h rl r.chapter .
; ( fern! against a background of fun... to flniinre, re" "cnrch ... I5J04. Uawa .i.r FlnrM.i.

Pianist was Mrs. H. B. Slices \ branched candelabra and potted kk k/ ( and build livitttutlons for : mill :Mrs.' Charles J, Kit; Inrrrsain' the Im-tlv

Jr of Orandln. palms. mental p.dlrntn By 1H51: % Si. h,II-CT, nnnounce the en- term of ,the, city mnnhnl' from
.. on* 111 In two e3yara 1 '
and ..
The bride
Broom )fr.. Ernest Wells, organist ; ;-... twenty stale Instltutlont wrroestnbll.thed K-Hgenient and approachingnuirrliigo Klhnt r> lUilrllalt., .. Cltv (ricrk

marched together: to the frontof 14'I music while City of Lswt.y.
played nuptial Dr Mi-Oeo IIIIIJ. l nf their daughter; lt'lorldaIe
the pavilion. The bride was whit ro ell. It was encircled \ l.iit ,,
the! guests assembled. and. accompanted I The speaker recommended" Nora' 1 to Ronnie J. Cason son

attended by Miss Linda Miss VonCllle Wll- ]I with lilies of the valley andfern. that every community of 50.- j of Mr and, Mr. T. J, Canon, I :\\ ir \T\nv\ T Strickland of Florahome and Mrs. K. W. Williams sr/ti'M, 11 ' niii. "
I I the bride of Bushnell. kept\', Damson soloist who sung 000 population have s psychiatric of Still'ks. .... '
cousin of the bride, cut (the I O 1>II IO\
iI.. __ ...6U..U.--. ..... Philip M. Seigler Sr. served the bride's book at a table "Because.. and 'The Sweetest center and that every The wedding. will be an event. (Oon.p.llly| sealed Hid will
his brother as best man. Ushers silver.\ candleholder cake and was assisted. by traH. : b. ravelvvil. hy th. ItlvliMon, or
holding a single Ever Told.
i Story l of .lunn 1ftt the Schaefer
I :Miss. :Martha "Hue' :McCain (I..ltl.) new llnulfonl. County were Maurice V. Seigler C. Wainwright, Mrs Arthur county should have a i planning Inpiiltutlon, until' 10 0. A M.
with a white taper. and M. F. Klrshner served the for mental, residence. In Starks.Services .
KMT.: date nhnwn for the aala
piosrum on
horn. ,.
demoiiKtratlon agent l decorated: with a garland of .. .host uf
groom man and ushers treatment In 1 loenl hiwpltaluHe \ surplus property
secretary. ; Mm.. ... B. lUmlllnn. Homo l>em..n.t ration SfiuUr of Palatka. fern and yellow carnaUona.1"ollowlnl Phillips. May 1. Uu ..Plo sum. (ense'rsplsan
. were Wayne Smith and urged local, action" on InkIng -
Club president; and :.Mint Ilrlrn. .......t..ln. district agent of I The bride was lovely In a the reception the Ooby Shubert. The punch table was" coveredwith care of tin mentally 111 Held/ tad blanks' .onitttlon. *. 'and.e.Mrir.tlnnsLmay

HaJnravtlln. white lace street length gown young couple left on a wedding Given In marriage by her a white lace ('1..lh111.1 and rxpmtsrd hop i that, ; ; oa rtbtalneit
, I over taffeta. Her shoulder the punch bowl 1 w"s enrlrrHvlby Monday For from Mlat FiirfhaHlnc' Oomnilalim -
trip over the Easter. 'father the bride was lovelyIn through local mental lieullhrommlllecR. 1'>1"1.lon nl I H'lillimn..

. New Home Demonstration Agent length veil was attached to a weekend to Fvrnarvdlna Beach. her gown of white bo.uiunr fern and white pompoms each cltlwn" would mate, nrrit-a rtiomhaoiHtrakt

I cluster of white bridal flowersIn In th* bowl was' it pink role Mr. Wildes 52 Win*. llnom, ".33. Talla
The bride chose for traveling
taffeta, with a n..k.IIn" of liflpIIIK -
Is scoop accept .
I Welcomed At Club Luncheon her hair. She carried awhile float. Mm. Fred Francis. Jr., hulls. Flnrlda.flslph| "
black and white checks
a : : and long aleevta terminating with this urgent nerd l H. Mlllornultva

Bradford County Home Following the luncheon a Bible topped. with a dress with Jacket and white in call Illy points over mint of the bride, served, thepunch Opening the mortlim. MrsF. I.ueliis.. Mawm Whites, ftJ. of :. l>lrfrti
of white trenched Saul-toil. by Miss. Renee I Itch.'' 1111
Demonstration Club members I short fun period wan enjoyed, I carnations nosegay and white satin accessories and she wore an the hands. Th bodies van Moor B. Hoard IntrocJueeil, : Rev the I Strttn: ("h'lirm diet lust Frl-

welcomed the new home agent and the miniature. egg trees orchid corsage. \elled In hnnd-clipped 'C:: j streamers centered with a The brldo's" hook was keptat
I The bride la a graduate ol lace, and the Wattvau '-1!1nrices lllnnsM of aaveral weeks
Miss Martha Sue McCain, at were given as prlres. All four" white orchid. white tncct-rovprinl. t. devotional on (Iho teiSPINHI 'an
a luncheon on ThiirmUy" Apr county club pnrtlrlpated with BIBS class. of I WO, and graduated train was detschsbl She a inblt'l I of Jesus and told the I loin. I in Ftilkslon" O.*. on Strickland was attiredin by Miss nrendu Jones White
13. In the recreation building. SUrke as the host club. from Florida! Southern wore a crown of 1 lace, petal.: : Fluster: story Mrs C J. ltmu" ( .h-t. I I. 11)13) : Mr. WIM, .s had
white lace street length net puffs, filled\ with rice, trod
on Pratt St. a College In Lakeland In Dec. with seed pearls and IrldM- led tho rending of HIP club live) ut the Hints Farm for
I yellow taffeta. In with satin ribbon werecrvtvl
Minn McCain wan introduc'ed gown over 1M4. She ls presently teach- cents with veiling", of English collect llio past six,, yearn, where h*
her hair she wore a cluster of to the guests by t",1111'r. brother <
by Mm. Ann Green secretary Senior Citizens in Summerfleld. Fla. The silk Illusion. Her only ortwment Mrs J.V Klneald,. spokeon WetS ..iix. yellow flowers to which Wall of the bride, anti Cynthlit
of the home demonstration bridegroom graduated from was A hesrt-s'Iupdnecklace the Importance of Library sturiiM" plant" at the Stats
Fair attached short yellow net Sister. of the
Have Booth a
office, and Mina Helen Melrose high. school and attended with two sm.M itit- groom. Week and a motion wits mud I'riHiui.' lie WAS a, UsptlHt' ,
veil. She carried ol After timewith
a nosegay spending some
Holstein dlMtrtct ofGalneflvllle. the University of mon agent Right: members volunteeredto yellow carnations with, yellow their the
( Mm. If. B. Hamilton Georgia. lie la owner of a "-' was a guests coupleleft Club hold open house. nt t lice Nu. 4f. F A.M. olf
serve at the Senior Oltlxensbooth satin streamers.Mrs. I for a wedding trip to CharleyE.
chicken ranch In Orandln 'aIlCII" of whit Phalannnp. library on Monday art..elll..n.Apr. ,, eiiiiiitillnitSurviving, .. .
county club president of- at the County Fair during I Hunter chose for herdaughter' Fontana Vlllnge, at Fontann
where the couple will reside. sis orchids, white carnations, ,. :21a&\ 3 o'rlix-k Mrs W tire hut widow
I Ik-tally greeted and welcomedMiM the last. meeting of the wedding a blue Dam, hi North Carolina" h'nrtraveling I
I Iorg.nltion lilies of the valley and W llrxxl. chairman of the! .Kluxilwtli: Murray WIMes of .
McCain to the county In the Pratt tare street length dress with the bride wore nshockingpink
club Karen Reddish streamers of satin ribbon. .1t'111. committee, Is In churire! I the Mtuto. Farm, two dttugh-!;
( Street recreation renter Thosevolunteering silver accessories. This was dress
tied In lover' knots. "' two-plern I or lice affair All membra t t..,rs, M r.. J. W. Wesley of lny. Johns
The luncheon tabled
were were Klva: Scott complimented: \ with a corsage Has and coat ensemble with while
covered with colored Birthday Party The brlil chose Miss Kathy mitt, lends. are urged to attend toms lluiirli, and l Mrs.\. Marshall
( pastel Roland Catou Mary m"hop.1 of blue trenched carnations acrenrla. Her corsage" was
Jones as her maltl of honor. K.: Stiles. of Jackmmvlll three bout thin question
(cloths and were decorated Irma Welburn Alex Morton with sliver. and blue puffs of Little Karen Reddish celebrated a. double white Pliilnpnop. ;
and Kitty Harris and Mr Mood annnunepd) plane soiui, Charles. M. WIUUs, AtiKUHla. <
.with tiny Raster baskets Aminiature I Pet' Johnson Krnent nylon tulle. her eighth birthday anniversary orchid. trimmed with sntln/ "Th I2S.H.1.1: : verdict awarded -
Karin Lee as bride-maids. The for lhe May, I1ev t Hienkfunt, tie, HolKsit M. and U
egg tree WH placed wandt. and Joe Kerrigan.John O".j A reception was held in the Saturday evening< at puffs and pink nylon: net tlnl', In hontlnc InJury -
alikein I Mm? J II IhUT asked: a
tin' attendants were dressed F" 1'UIII II''Y WlldMN, both of r
the center of each table
Itenxel of ") dining room. In back of the a family birthday party given with pink sntln rllihon.
Iout..t..wn i 1 rrull/c
'l 'blue. floor-length gowns of that' members" buy their tickets llyatlsvllla. Md., his stepiiioUivr. makes me
"Ths nerving table WHS renterJed Heights entertained t the members pnvallon, which waa decorated by her parcrrta. Mr and Mr. rrUtlvrx In nttsnce .
I MtapMU,. fMlurln .rT pnecklines. now or make riwrvHtlonnby Mrs. J. I II.V Ihl... of > that Malting lluhllily Insurance -
with a lovely egg tree dec- I by showing slides. nf hi. with arrangements of yellow Dolph Reddlah. at their horn. '..". were Mr .aiiiil Mrs
.. IOn"' 'hnw -i->iraleevea. ralllni her st her hnmMI' YVaycniNM, (Ja., and six grand- U much more Im
orated with handmade egg | beautiful on'hid collection." lie carnations and fern. The on Wilson" Road.Twentyfly. .'n"" II Morris, Sr ant ('vn- ..
FUt' ho worntachixt .t. !!. James Treats was r.Inotal..1 chllilrvn. portant to than the
(land flower I plans to exhibit some of these bride's table' was covered with .) members from Ih'K i-f rjrirutiHV, WIMrs' carry
( I I to the .>n-n"i. st the Fair booth.A a white linen cutwork cloth both families. including! Mr. Vrrd. Prmicln; .Ir. of Kort rovcraic

I I heiirty welcome va. given i and centered by a three-tiered' and M ra. I I..vM Raid and sons In front while ft"'.i.n ne.' <-wiwere .. Myers, Mr, nml Mr Summer-' rlub adjournment of thnmeetlim. at lit a m, Mtwiday. m Jon. on the bout and motor.
At the
st .t'In e .
placed 1.I..nrll,1111'\ << ''''> with ltv,
to Mm Rise Hainan's" I wedding cake, placed on a re of Jacksonville. and Mr. and I lin nf l Lake City. Mrs. AnitA rcfrenluitrnU, wereserved Would about a nay buy
I led bark Mater <- M'l.i II. I Joe II. MrCulhmgh and n.".
brother-in-law and muter.. Pet fleeter and decorated with Mrs. D. W. Carpenter of San I Orlfflof form. Mrs R WWlllUms Mrs A N llolll.Uy. Comprehensive Liability
hislon was attachnl to the by!
and 14* McMenamln of SCOt : white bridal flowers. This was I ta r* like. enjoyed. flower petal headpiece.. whichwere and her commll.U'e .
unseal In the RlversldnMriiuirlnl
DawAUTO sumv INC 'la ml who are hero for a long balanced by three branched chicken dinner with the Wellborn. I I family from the 'hurley
BUtlDCIrS HAttOWAMt AMD tUffir visit with Mrs IUli ill. I silver candelabra holding chickens being prepared by embellished with pnsrliten Th couple will reHlile. In ,-_ -I I Park, Jacksonville, John Agency?"
top. All attendants earrledcascade .
under dlrorttiin\ uf DWltt C.
Songs and bingo rounded white tapers and decorated Mr. Carpenter The dining Bturke on their return Mr TIIK ItKillT.. POINT for the \ I
I bouquets nf trenched I .lours. .'11..\..'r"l flume'of'
out a good meeting. with a garland of fern and table In th* yard was centered rnatlonll. with Morris I I. n rndln. .. nnnounciii,' war you write." Come In and Charley E.. Johns ,I
pink pink nylon '
.,, The next meeting will be stT30 yellow chrysanthemums. Silver by a tyrofosm Caster for WrXK:, Mrs Morris. ii.employed : Htiirkn. Mnsonlu rltss weretrmfe'trel
select fsvorlle KMfK.ltIIUOOK -
and satin you
/ puffs pink Agency
pm April 77. at the i computes held mints and bunny and t.h. birthday cake by the University aL tile grave.'I'ha
,,, ** with stresmers, KnunUln Prn TI.1.K-:
Pratt Street center.Cheerleaders crystallzed pecans, Mlsa Doris further carried out the Caster of Florida'' in the> Civil: Knwtaeerlng ': I fancily rriiistvd| thai 131 R. Walnut St.
her .
1'4; I / III'f tar Belaler: of Jacksonville: and motif. Mrs. Priest chose for Onpt, In Onlnp-vlllo.. r nitAru. PHONE 9A4-020I
: Mrs Bruce Olldden of Area daughter's wedding a pale

dta. Calif, cut the bride' cake. I pink dress .renl..1! by. a dirk

:f ,; The punch table was covered Mrs. Wntterson! pink carnation <'nra.. and a

Chosen At BUS dark hat with whit.
cloth pink acrewtorle -
with a white linen Feted At Shower

and centered with a punch *.
J Jy The following cheerleader' The mother' nf the
t] bowl holding an Ice ring withrowbud Mm.. r. L. Wattrsnn was
for IM.t-14 were" ctaMten Isjtt attired. In a blue.
1 *. Around the bowl .honored at a lovely stork navy 1 C-4c& N1
)y r ; week by the fillS sttuilcnt, Walt. garland of fern and shower Tunday" evening Apr I dress with lljht' bus' and ,

I ....
bodyVarirtty navv srren rl*es sccenle l with
{ yellow carnations. Mrs Shirley 13. at the home of Mrs. Jsm-
\ \ : Cathy/ Hitchcock a /light pink carnation rorseaeThe .
Cartwrltht of Keystonelfrlghtm Hostesses.
es Starling wr

.: -- : ,i-nptsln J..fIVUII..m.. ., co- presided st the punch t Mrs. Marling. Mrs. Owen Al- reception was given at

.IL.A.XCUUAW'SAWS captain; Martha Bollinger.rieverly bowl the horn of. the. bride's parert .V I
.. earn, Mrs. Wayne Rspp, Mr..
11' Prnwford. M. rls...t of flr. ...,!at.... by Mrs II.
Mrs Drwl Barber aunt
J. C. 1'1.' PI'. Mrs. Alvin F.rr.Mn. .,
Oreen.. Jsrell fVillitrd.. Ahernn'N..It..I. .nf* by Mrs O..rl"y lionerts 11
f Paul Faulkner Mrs. J..r.ry Fi h .y %
and Hot 111 Scofglns I "r assisted" by Mrs. II r
SAWS J MM win. Mrs. Joel. Jackrm.
Junior V.rootty: Jackie' Hospital AuxiliaryI C Walnwrtght. Mrs Vnrnnn /z ) 7 e \
flmtth.I' and< Mm. Harry Loper.
N.II' and Mrs. W. IM ,t
captain: Ruth ''" I lears Mrs. Miller Hllcos, () nrge
\Ve Got 'Km': ; The refreshment (able car
ciiptsln. l 111'11" \\.I1..n.. KsyColHrm. Robert Jr. Th{ .* receiving. line
rind. out the> stork shower (
Sanduik-270 Norseman !Sharon Howe and Installs Officers! was composed of the brl them with a rrntrplere of I II ,
Barbara McfUe. and groom. their parents, and v
I Mr J Ifllll Miller of the I whit driftwood. from their attendant '

DisstonD23 J. Mill.. Miller Medical I I Center. I were hung pink end which I For tins occasion. I the Priest t

Recent Births : O.ln"nnlU. was the storks Tiny pink and horn was decorated. with twoarrangements

speaker at the Hnnpttal" A...- cradles' were placed at
I'luH Full Line Of { '" of whit mums,

Skill Saw Blades rrsdfor i County Ilnnpltalannounrea xlllsry meeting. Monday nightIn 1 vats along the table and silver{ I gladioli.! baby breath and X41\ t14. ,It n'1. \

the following ,*.. Mark's. Pariah llous compotes heM mints and nuts. I whit -mspdrsgons. and two '\ ,

I' (fiame were played during I 1 .
birth. Mrs Miller I. widely known Isndlng "" .kC't. nf whit

n w gulf, Suee"r" int.aI"It Mr 1 und. Mrs Rvi-rett: Monroe for her unique work st the ',the evening and" prise I mum gli'1-. sal. fern..

41* t aSOWHlft TfNONC flluunn' Hampton a .son Center and I. Florida's Mother awarded. to Mrs. Austin "war.j The rirM*'. table wns covered 1 ly 5

T44.4441 FverstMonroe: Clinton' Jr..i\ of the Year She I raced rr and Mr. Risk with a whit. rulwork ': I Ir il t t:0

Apr .*. the history of the honptUI siixlltarv I Th hotM presented. th*, cloth and eentsred. with a

IN us NAPnw.Pf anfi ?fwer ,. crested i honore. with a baby< trainingseat I i, ,
Mr and Mrs\ lark l..ronsrdTerrell an organization four-tiered wedding. rak, fnp-

lot t CAII rrPHONC Keystone Heights. a l to meet the new neds' of u a memento of th. ocraslon. pal with a mlnlstur brideand 1\I\ I

M-U 1 daughter Angela, Marie Apr an em of rapid rhsngt She groom and decorated{ with I : '

stressed the value of the Auxiliary I One hundred gusts were! II '

20. to the .hospital and Its Invited to attend this delightful I I ,.
\\-i// '
( J
------ k- e
role a* a vital link between a/ralr. Sigma Phi : : ;

f the honpttal and the community I
Gamma Thefa Chapter of
Following the talk Mrs ( 1 v'. .- ,
r e
i UDC ChapterTo lie,. Rlgtna' Phi will m.-tMonday iI
Miller Invited/ questions from ... 1.

NEW AND REPOSSESSEDI the members and answeredhem Observe 50th night' at the hnm of ., I \ re.r

,.. ,
( fully' giving much ..- M Rudolph 'HutchecTn onRalford I .. i/f I II
Road. Mrs. ArthurPtrsy I
Anniversary ,'
fai information and very helpful ".:." /,
I will serve as co-host- ..
I .
uggestlnnaMm Th. W T. Week's _. I .1.. ,
chapter.Unltr1 '
I .. 8 K Ballard" nt Gainesville iMugrKers of the Con- j. ;." '- t.I ? : JfI
i :r
direr-tor of the Northeast :
fvlvrary. will celebrate tll.1) StarlinR-Farr Jr .
r District. Installed the following firth annlver-tary of th. .local .(..( ,: (
+ officer, for the comingyear "
f '
chapter at a reception Tu*.- !

Mm C A Knight presIdent day from .* to 10 p.m. at filet' n. I)). \ k' I
t Mrs. Bert MeMaln. Mr. and Mrs Volley UHtsrtlng a
8t.rll. Woman's Club | ( I ?
Steel\ Top vtr-preskdnt. Mrs. M W ajnvmnr the engagement f \ ffi
Th* rrepttoi Is for led i : :
l1 11J.t! !):
=New General; Klerlric: 21Ifi" Cnwpler wording secretary. benefit of th_ chapter scholarship of their daughter, ,

Mr. sari Tster. correspondIng I' Row Marl, to W."..* Alvln .;; ummnJrmnps. r: .
Portable TVand fiJ.9t! : fund ant all mmbrs.hiMbands .
Kmernon: secretary: and MrsOeorg Parr son of Mr. and Mrs Al I. S J .r..i.
and Invited
Ca.h light meter Anderson. treasurerAfter to attend.guests ar. yin Fsrr. all of Mark. .. ', ,i. Scoop' nctl:vcrtirfcln'.i: lOre lJ r i "

2M4)New : ) the meting, I light refreshments Wadding. pian will be snnouficed .- t, + "
Kodak Signet 33: S-'J.: <> j '
feed pallovrr > t
pattern ( ,
were served later !!!!:s r t

:' Central; Kleclric: Egg Hunt Held I. .1 1 ,....,.,;;:;; _X with CnLardice juIJ! lU r U'tLott 4l .

Automat' l)efrn>.t Fraser 129.9 tt: Garden Club UDC Memorial 51.0O y"
II |'t.. :t I j ;
At Flynn Home I l? i

New; Automatic To :Meet MondayM Mxnortsl' rx.rcl/.... will beheld '! Js., ftyxjp crct rraah Inlt l imHavrt-, :3.OO "
59.9:1: !): The third grade Sunday t ,
(fmlttr-Pack. Camera lOt 4
1"01..roid n Jordan will talk on school class. of the Church of Sunday Lk Cemetery p.m ; / will fjaLJtJIiio )J-tfp-i iica) J l.JOOTTaretl ( d p

fulfil Hicoh ,Kle: .. at the Mark I Crosby .1\\ y
M Movie ( < gr-wnhmM Christ had an Easter egg hunton
New= mm
I the ....(>kill. of the W Imt 51.00 "
Eye; Taunt (' Garden Club meeting Mondayat Sunday afternoon at the Weeks chapter UIIC Th p.6- ll l. 4. V-nrcI; m tli pill'riili ii ,

i'rojeflor and ScreenBullingfon's 99.9.0 7 30 pnv at the horn ofMrs home of trietr teacher Mrs t Ue is invited to stUnd. I cufTcdr iLaulLacziuj tiwtlI S3.tjU it r'

Girl M.tllIt II Mrs Vergle Flynn. I Y 1s.

Max I* Carter as eohateosTh t I THE BIGHT rotxr!' ft' tk...1 ell 100J liMuiZ t'g
executive .board will bunt-ed war yea wrHsw Cum tm a4IIKUrOK
I ._,E t
Appliances mt tonight IThurxlsy" ) alT ; !games and refreshments durIng set ,..... farselta. RnTYR Stark's Fashion

30 at tIM) bom of the prc- i F-ma>Uta r... TFL: *. Leader2Rt'R8DAY
the hours. f
Went )f..... ... V Hardia.. j' party JaAP.





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i Guard Sets Women Hurt f lated businesses. ceed $250 will be paid toward I, Residential

Minors Warned ,Progress Classes were held In the burial expenses of wartime 1 Cancer Crusade
Autos training center of Butler I veterans or of peacetime vet-
: .
Firing.Practice; By ;
About Sales : ; :Manufacturing. ; Co., leading erans receiving service-con i Set Next Tuesday

One SeriousTwo producer of farm buildingsand 'nected disability compensa-
Of AlcoholThe This Weekend equipment for storing, tion fro mthe VA at the time I i The Bradford County Cru-

handling and drying grain of their death or who had' sade's residential drive KickOff .

women were Injured, and feed. been retired for disabilities Incurred Coffee
State Beverage! Dspart-; i Co. D. (Momt. B3M SMTV one them seriously In Stark Bltfham Is associated with in the line of duty. : be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday

m tit is offering\ complete! as-I| port; Battalion the liv-1} No- this week when struck by Redi-Mill Manufacturing & The undertaker should claim !I Apr. '27 in the Garden Restau-

elstunce to local police and ;I tional Guard Cotnnt"iv. will automobiles, the Starke Police Sales Corp. of Brooker. This the reimbursement If he has i i

sheriff departments in com- | be nt the Camp Bl.Tidlnor, fir Department reported. company designs engineers, not been paid, advises AlbertL. I I I rant.The residential drive' will

batting. the sale of alcoholic I I ing range this weekend for Mrs. Annie I.. Dunwoody and builds "product systems"for Crosby, Jr. county service run three days, according to
j! Its annual qualification\ flrlnff' 71, Laka Geneva Is In the I
beverages to minors. farms and commercial officer, or the party who Mrs Ann Wlngate. chairman
Ren Morris, director of the Each man In the unit mutt P University of Florida Medica'Center feed and grain Installations.. ) pnld the undertaker may who hopes to turn in her final
.xL.lll I
State Beverage! Department Quality with n, weans evev '. uirA'u, with Injuries received claim the reimbursement :, report by Friday, Apr. 30

warns that minors caught three' yearn for record and when a 19S9 Callllac: 'drivenby Vets Can ClaimReimbursement I From any VA ofnV-i or from I I O. I.. Jarvis, chairman of
60.; o'
must tire for familiarization: Cecil W. McMurray
purchasing possessing or most post offices the undertaker the Bradford County Cancer
consuming alcoholic beverages every yea 1'. Starke backed Into her Tues i I
j may secure ftA merlcln Crusade, reports that the 1963
will be dcalt1th severely "This training,:: insures thnt day morning "In front of Food For Burial flag which drapes the goal i* 2000.

He also Issued a strong each man knows all about the ._. i Fair on south Walnut Street Expenses veteran's casket. The flag'' All persons Interested in

word of warning to licensees weapon he carries in combat Lillian Stump, of StumpfDepartment I of'' the against. cancer are
__ Reimbursement for burial I may be given to the next light
to sell to minors. Capt. James Bloodworth. company : I i Store, was InJur- kin if there Is m 1t of invited to attend the meeting
: expenses of an eligible ley-eas( or
Morris said that false T. D. commander/ said. Before : =*%; ed slightly last Friday morn- ed veteran may bo claimed kin, to the closest friend, o* next Tuesday. All workers
TLLf : Ing; April] 18, when crossing
cards are being used: In some going to the range the unit any time within two year at- '' the deceased veteran. and chairmen should make
.. Call Street at the Intersection
instances by minors to pur- to oher clause on the individual's ter the effort to attend.
veteran's every
chase alcoholic beverages. The weapon and shown the -, ...., ..- ;, of Walnut when bumped by I burial permanent I
presentation of false Identification latest Improvements.This Clay Co-op car driven by Ed- to or cremation, according : Cash Paid for' Good CTe-s

or any misrepresentation 'weekend will be a Dnsvmo : I Kxpcclcd:"' lo tin completed' hy the end of .office. mayor Tcandnl Utility. Keller (:Ull gar George Akridge. the. Veterans Administration Rag. No Khakis or Wool. A" Plastic Notebook J2.20;! at the

of age is also a violatIon ( for the Guard In addition August the new 100-nnlt Holiday Inn bring Defense) Director Roberts. anti t'tllitlr* Hupt. McMurray who operates the Reimbursement Cotton. Bring to Telegruoh.! '' TF'.EGKAPH.

of Florida statutes the to range,:: firing, the unit I, conHlriictrd. on Temple Aveln north Starke Oscar Ou\l.. survey the new layout 301 motel, knocked Mrs. Dun- not to ex-

director said.Legion. will T>e preparing1 for its shown about 40 |per cent complete. now, Con woody 12 feet when he backed -
The L-Hhnped. structure. In the background ,
the- Brndord County Fair II" Foreman Itnh Keller'' of \V.O.It., Inc. into her Just after both had
; will eventually all lie two levels. high ullh left Food Fair. Her right hip'
/arena Sunday Afternoon/ AlenipliiH; ''' Tenn. MII.VH. Frame nork In theforeground"
50 unit below and 00) and both bones In her right! I Now In Full !
Post 56 2:30.: ( The show will kick off will etrntuitlly. house the dining above Keller Says I according, Swing .
wrist were broken
with a smoke screen laid I| room \vllli n Hriitlng ciipiwlly. of over 100 TIle foreman Nay hA and hi.* him-u-. think :
I to Assistant Police Chief Ken : ,
down the aircraft
Sets SupperA by mnlntennncn company's section.- kitchens, iimnngrr'ii! .,office and, rC'A'I..lralion. the Htarke. .Kite will) be an excellent[ one.411. Fuqua who Investigated thf

I There will be a display of all accident. Fuqua said Mir I 15th Annual Bradford

types of uniforms and l equipment I .. Dunwoody was almost to th'l County :
I --- -- -- -- -- --- .
Burner for all Legionnairesand used by the local Guard sidewalk: wh n the I

their wives is scheduled' unit, and the. mission of the suddenly pulled from Its park. ::1

for 730; p.m. next Tuesday, company will bet the main -. ins space and backed IntI'I "
April 27 at the JonevLJitiir-' theme of the show. The unit her. I w

for\-\ ">Jtlte Post 6fl Legion' has been preparing, for this. McMurray was charged( wltj- PRZESf10N' / p
Hill. for of and ./ failure to have his vehicle : d
a couple months / k kyl
Post 5R has elected the, following it promises to be a show under control and hitting a i
slate of officers/! for tho worth seeing. pedestrian. Trial Is postpone/< fXNBTS,/

yell 1965-66: S. E. Sparks! AlAI thug. weekend the unit pending Mrs. Dunwoody's re I bn1
commander Charles Schaeffer covery.
; wll bn host to high school I
first vlce-commnncler R. Miss' Stump was knocked tr
\ ,
senior boys from the surrounding 1. t
C Dnmpior second! vicecommander the street and slightly Injured -
area as fart of a big recruiting
; Joe Olsay. finance officer I as she crossed! Cal?
drive now und?* way
Pete Street from Biilllngton'8 Appliances
Pflonhlnger, ehnp-
by the Oimrd. The seniors
Inln; George Groover, aergcnntntnrms : to the Florida Theatre
will be treated to lunch with
A, ti. according to Police Chl '
; Crosby Jr., post w
the unit following a chance 1 e r
et d Bill Roiscr. AkrldKe win movj j
nervier officer; John Grew,
to fire at the range' along' '
I Ins' slowly making a left turr':
and William
post historian
'with the unit regulars. They _
from Walnut onto Call St I'
Hum, executive rommltteeman.THev
will also be shawn around! the
when he bumped h!r with his I
will take office June 1, many Guard facilities in the ,
1965. right tender: Miss Stump wa- |
area. The tour will culmln- I 4.c. ,
treated at the Bradford County
!''ate at the Fair display In the
Hospital for a cut nigh'eyebrow
The tour will culminate
I at area.the Fair dinplay In the afternoon. I .....-.r. : -'..,.:;_.,,. ;., n.'A')0,+' ...1. .i..a.;t aL".arse; elbows. skinned knees ant' ,

Win \Vorkiuen are erecting Bleel. mile which yunU. of concrete the aeration plant alone; Akrtdxe was charged with
"This Is a good opportunity
failure to yield to a pedestrian. -
for the young men of the will) Htrrngtlirn. the concrrtn will I* of the will take urn ((1-F) Mayor. Cliltly. HYIIPrt.I I .

community and surroundingarea iirrutlon |plant, of Htitrkn'n. new $%0DOO sewage l'lllltle Hnpt Duvln, .anti Chll Uefcnxe l IIlr- I Fairgrounds U. S. 301 North Starke t
A to see the many advan : / I real fluent plant now onn-tlilnl. complete,
I tages offered by the Guard" iiccorillng, to ConstruclIon Foremiin, less. Dysert crier Curl KobertH.Tlin I Final Days Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun. Apr. 22.25

Capt. Bloodworth said. of Iliilihunl' CoiiHtriietnin. of Orliindn. In- entire projis-t. ulll take. name 3.OOO Open House Set r

Pile j, i This weekend will also see "HprctlnK the work UH. till forini for I Ih" :27O yards of concrete.DimenxlollH At Library Week ,
and end of the big inventorythat

hAil been In progress at Next MondayAn For The
the Btarko nrmory and at ,. .. 'rwPZ I' FUN FAMILY
Camp lilanding' where muchof d : 1 open house at the I Entire
,, Jacksonville, and Mr. and
,, ; Starke-BrAdford County Library '
I the unit's equipment Is eleJl .. .., ..... Kum-ne i
stored. According to CWO '' : Mi's Buttle and aunt I' next Monday, April, 38 "
Z of nllrlhb nd. i), from 3:30: to 4:30: p. m. will
Foster, Supply Officer for the ;
CASH unit tho Inventory bus been w bf a feature of Library
a big job that required the is s F April 18 In u Macclenny ho and Is sponsored by the Wom-
pltnl She wan born In Max-1 an's Club under:! the directionof

POTNo help Guard of many unit has/The close heal villc and lived there all her'. I' !Mrs W W Hood, social QUEEN CONTEST!

life She was the widow of tho chnlrman.
to $1,500.000 worth of equipment A + I
according to Foster. :,.."' .. 'b i al late Son Moslcy. and li sur- Story .telling for children FRIDAY 7:30 P.M.

Pu//lei to Solve, Noth- The nulllt''W'n'l conducted "1. ,1 f vlved by om daughter: EJna i ages 6-9, will be an event of c:
ing to Write, No Stamps to I by Oreen and two( sons, John and Tuesday April 27. from 3'30: (
Lick. No Obligation Just j I CWO Joseph Bollemy.. a representative Ed Moslcy. nil of Muxvllle. I, to 4-IS: with Mrs Carl MinxIn *
Dome In lluch: Week or of the ITS. Property and several nieces and nephews charge

!Several! Time a Day and (letVnur I and Plural Office. Military I FMiieial" services were I The Starke Onrdn Club

FREE "Cash 1'ot"I I Department, State of I lucid in th Long I Branch will provide flower
.. arrange
Florida He stated thnt the
Ticket. Church with burial In the ments during the week art::' 'I HORSE FROLICS EVENTS
record in
equipment were superior -
Last Week's Winner.UNCLAIMED Long Branch Cemetery. Our background music will tx provided -

the very shape high, "in stand keeping irda with of 1 1N deepest sympathy. /goes out to by the Rotary Club for I. STARTING 2:30 P.M. SATURDAY

the family Thou attending the!' enjoyment" of patrons! and 'Ij Ijlalton.
Guard unit. The StArke
Cash Pot NOW :your Uve funeral from Clay HUH \- .
unit was one of thi few In the 1
were Mr and :Mrs. Louie Carter -
state making superior on Its and Nnncy. Henry Muslry,. Folk :
$50.00 annual I. O. Inspection and, Festival I
and l Charles Moolsy.;
quality 0rni ."" quattty one of the very few that has Helman Mas ley fell out of a Set May 7.8.9 i Ij 11

Prescription 8
: DRL'0SRavi : Recent enlistees, In the _:. ; ::: ::.. ::--...... -".' rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital
Your Next II* Filled : where he stayed for The Florida Folk Fssttval:! '
ATKOCH'S Starke unit are as follows: I of th.. "illest) liink, third step| In the sewage three days. He fractured several one of the state's moot ambitious '
Dewayne McRse, Wallace A.
Ireiilinent proeenM' lire 2d'c'I': and 53 fret In illiunetrr. I rlb.H. /and colorful Sprint TALTr
Wise, Henry O. Lawson, and i RECIPE i CONTEST
KRKK: DELIVERY Darrell \V. Hall | Only half of the circular tank run lie seen ulm>e Krnnnd; FOR TIlE WEEK: entertainment program! wll!

I 4 4I I Hu|>t. UIl'I.., I'rt. and ;Major. C'liltty look over the iienlycreclisl i Rl'roleOne Vcnetable-Devlled: 10-oz. Ham package Cas be presented for the 13th
lank. consecutive year at Stepher.'
frozen. corn; one lO-oi package -
/ Foster Memorial near Whltt
I frozen baby limas; one cup
Springs May 79
I dairy sour cream; one 4',6-oa. "k -
\ Pad e-tt. and Mr. and Mrs More than 1.500 persona are
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVV7TTTTCLAY I can deviled hftmI: : tablespoons during'
expected to perform
Howard Padgett: were Sunday
| minced onion !i teaspoon -| recallIng .
the-three day period
afternon visitors of Mr and
HILLBy Mrs. J. L. Strickland. were j salt: one 3-o, can T2'3i '' old-time arts, crafts' and>

sorry to ll'arlU11lt Mrs. 'i i cup I bound' sliced mushrooms.! customs through folk conga OPEN ALL BAV" SUNDAY
drained; 'i cup fresh' breadcrumbs dances and fireside stories I
Strickland almost differed a
!Mri. Howard 1'ailgettI'lione I !, combined" with 1
I heart attack Sunday afternoon Included In the performer
289.4132TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT: and at this writing, tbalespoon butter, melted. will be Seminole!' Indians
aftier j Cook frozen vegetables al"I ,
golfbeer's I II Rev. Strickland Is not doingso whip crackers, old-time fid
*: i cording to package directions dlers water-wltchrrs dulcimer
I well i; Drain Mix vegetables with w
the one..: The Easter! Egg Hunt held I The family of Mr. and Mrs. next five innrcdlcnts. Turn Into and harmonica players
Hill Buddy Wilkinson held a fam- I spiritual singers, and man wa
last Sunday at the Clay
10 x 6 x IS Inch baking
for good taste ily reunion nt their home I other entertainers. '
Baptist Church was very suecessful. :, dish. Top with buttered breadcrumbs Midway1
Three prOlrafnS111 be ,
Attendance! was 83 Ester: Sunday.Mr. j presented .
; sprinkle with
'good I and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson pup- on Friday and Saturday
fun and the nursery won the ban- i ilka. Bake In moderate oven '
nee We have hud attendanceIn / of Panama City vUlted i ((3.50 degree I for 25 to 30 May 7 and 8. at 10 a. m. 1 THRilLS GALORE

the 8<5''s for a month, anj Mrs. Wilkinson's parents Mr minutes until t I II 1:30: p. m.. and 7:30: p. m. The .
or hot Makes
i hope next month It will reach and !Mrs Hardy Paduett over servings. concluding program, built around -' a ,

r t 90 or 100. We were iliad to the wecken.1. They are planning I a religious theme will Gaines

r have Mr and !Mrs. Richard to build a new home onBLuck be presented at 2 p. m SUn- C e a .

Mpsley and family and John !< Creek.Several Williams Placed !i day, May 9.

Nonnnn of the Highland. Baptist mothers planned a On Probation All programs are held on a "* Shows '

Church and Mr. and Mrs. surprise Easier party Thursday shady, outdoor stage overlookIng &, .
Bradford of Starke with us on afternoon! at the school For 18 Months I the Suwannee River "c

= Sunday If anyone accldently for the first and second grad :I There Is no charge!' for attending Rides
--..... 1 Howell Wllllflms of Hnrnp- the Festival other .1.\
--I :: took a pyrex sold; dish from ] ers. Keith PndKett won a .
: ..:.-.....''''' the dinner last Friday It belongs i chocolate bunny for findingthe ton wm placed on 18 than the usual rut!' fee for O .
.'t, to Nettle Carter Please( most t'gIl'S The children | probation" by Circuit Judas I entrance to the 243-ncre state

After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to get In' touch with her ,, enjoyed'refreshments and George L Patten last. park In which\ are located the!' .
1 without adtudicatlon of guilt. Stephen Foster Museum and HUNDREDS OF BREATHTAKING
Mrs. Virginia: MoMey and each received toy chicks. EDUCATIONAL -
settle down on a sod chair in the club children of Jacksonville attended !Mrs. J. Dixon spent several Williams had pleaded: guilty I I( the Foster Carillon Toner AGRICULTURE AND

home and add up the score with friends. the dinner at the Clay day In Orlando last! week to a charge of recelrin stol LIVESTOCK

6,What better time for the drink that. scores viih I Hill Holiness Church last Mrs. Lucille Whitehead had en property at the fall term" Bigham Attends EXHIBITS[ -

Sunday. I visiting her over the weekend: of Circuit' Court November
almost golfer-Cool, thirst-quenching beer? and .Ag Equipment
every I Jeannie Brltt of Long her son-in-law ned daughter.Jim pre-sentence Invest-1 1 1It's

|yYes!, beer's great to relax with, great for refresh. Branch spent Sunday : and Janell. and children hlltlonJal\ ordered. |I'Training CenterTed I Come --- Enjoy The Fun --- Bring The Family

;jtncnt, great for taste. So whatever your sport- noon with Nancy. Carter.attl'r-I 6f West Virginia i The articles' listed In thecharge |

boating tennis relax Rev. George Chlsm of Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter were auto parts and Bl hwn of Brnofr r hll.
or baseball-swimming or ,I lac. Oa.. Mr. and !Mrs Robert had as Sunday guests Mr. and: accessories! said to be the[ Just returned I h,mm Kanci. .

afterwards with the zestful taste of beer. Baxley Jr and family of Doc- :Mrs Oene Cocwrt and family property of It(avid NIelaon.SJ59 ; City Mo., where h* completed

*: @ tors inlet. !Mrs Th..lmWII- of Oalnesvlllp) Mr. and Mr an Intentiveiw" "ok

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Jlamson! of Green Cove Holt Starling and children ofLnwtey 1".111'" Netgroeh tbTELEGUirn. :course In the modern npplua-' BIGGER & BETTER THAN EVER!

;10. BOX 273.WINTER PARK FLORIDA' Sprlnns. Carson Griffis of Mr andh's: Carlluylor at lion of agricultural) equipnYnt I

) Highland, Mr. and Mrs Hardy Jr aJfamily\ of w W to farms and farm-re .



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I Thinclads 2nd In Conference Meet IRONS By Easter Recreation Egg Hunts Department Staged 't ; ::: I


Tornado thlnclads! placed, day and was unable) com- 100-yd. dash Shannon 4-'*" tandcISQI\.1 a yr + wah ..
i coed 5'i r pouito behind the pete in the half mile. That I 108. | singles/ by Elder : .C.i '

Iiamplonship' Lake City 1 probably would have spelledthe Mile run- Lawson 1443.7: : .5th Straight WinSanuerson's 1 1I Aklidxe\ and Flan and lUll

quad\ last Thursday In the difference: Coach Hurse I I Thomas 3-4:53.: I I error admitting Heeso i 'Nf 'J ,
1965 Florida Starke track l 'l + .,
One of Hamilton's four hiLt s
said.Starke 880 Relay BUS a.l ::39.1
licet, !in Brnnford.ti had one double win-1 I (ConnelL! Chtlson. Agiier. Klr- Hit won n home run to Live Oak'a''

was the first time la eight npr in the conference. meet In chalnel. Croft however and the name I

ears that: the Toa-nadJes! distance man Tony Lawson I I 440-yd. Dash Vames! 2-33- was tied at 3-3 until Sander- |

lave not won the loop cham- who took the mile In 4:45.7': .9; Beam 3-53.5. son knocked in the wlnnlnp i .f .

lonshlp Lake City had 75 and the half mile In 3:036.1: : I 180 Ut Council 3-330: run in the elelith. W.iyno 5l'-;< "

{>mints compared to 69'" for his best time of the ;year Ini i I CasUen 6-24 Tops Bulldogs! 4-3 trod" opened the! eighth with: I i

Starke, 69 for PalaUa 38 far the shorter race. The Tornadoes -1 880 :yd Run-lawson 1-- ::02.6. .. & single but Elder popped out! ;
UKurtlne.. and 10 Va for also placed well In the to the catcher and Reese flow .

Jve Oak. I field events S.\ra BHS 1-3:093: : lAaner. Sophomore left fielder Mar- ,I C.mLher Lake City's second out to left field. With Uo on: I lly IIOMKKOOI: : ) ,

The Taruadoos took live Junior DuvU Lopor the I | lie S-tnJerson made It five pitcher who came ou to "a"'' then PAnderson, trl'pl'd!,
won Shannon, Chlloon. Vames). 'I'| II1UII'P.1 I .
,. wins In a row for the Tornado the Tornadora. I ly to left center '
lrst places three seconds and shot put with a &toss. of 43 feet i 220 yr. Dash -no place. Ralph Li'yaji. oiiairman of '(m _''j ,"::Jr.J i .
laced in five other of the 15 and Roger Chllpon was foul that I' Mile Relay -DH6 2-4:41.3 baMCballera when hJ tripled I t Falcon won It for the Tornadoes -i L'od.1t I
: I *lth two out In the eighth I the Diitnt Oolf Society In. Traditional Buster. EMil clpnted: In huntlnn, for the '
vents.. Coach DavtJ Hurse, 41'3". The order was reversed (Kin halnf', Kaufmann Beam In the top of the tt'v.j| wall Hamilton II fourth
Inning In Live twine ate that Drew Reddish I units were a hUhJUht of the sliver and old' I t"' The win
; Oak Tuesday II lqa.
I, win .
aid th13 wak that hU squad, 1ln the discus with ChU- Varnrsl.I.I enth. however when lie slammed ai1Alu"L two defeats th18IcalOn. .
I to drive In the winning withdrew from the DuPiuU City Recreation. Drparlnu'nt'a ners were Cindy Lawson De- '" '
: run. :
bas eontinously; Improved this)I.on taking that event with a128'lHi" I Shot Put-Loper 1-43': Chilon into third base with a .
j i It was Sandt'uon'shlrd hit /STATISTICS Golf Tourney lat Friday bn- 'I pi ouram lint week news Ol v, Christie Redding! ,
his th"ii
.e a rebuilding Job effort and Loper 441'S1.Discus hard alUlot and scored I
Lw3nr; !e-l. He added that fourth at 118'. ChU'OI1128'-I of the !earn' and It pa'eservl'd'Mart ''attar hUt foot hit the bill live Oak cause of "heavy Fogg. A Cltywlilo Esu Hunt was Lynn Mmley,. and Linda Siila- ..
Hamilton's four hitter I|I The Handicap Committee: held Wednesday Apr } I. al Pities of Easter baskets
|:h' Tornadoes should have The Tornadoea sprint med. 11H" Loper 4.118'. knocking It from the Tlffcr\ A8 It 11Hrddiah car
I'ton the meet' but were weak-: ley relay team also was suo Broad Jump Shannon 4* and handed the Tornadoes a I,>, Uilrd basrmAii's glo\e. Tile tf 4 0 0 also> han an rye on the! heavy i the City Park on Church were" Riven to the winners.
.. 14.3 victory. Hamilton went I!'' Fogg because! of his. recent Street. The weathi-rman '
.t n omi events la which cewful at the conference meet; 18'10' t plurkly llUJs shortstoplio Akrtdll" 2b 4 0 2Faleon. coW were fortunate( to have
strongest. In the distance for the Reds leads 4 Improvement fniig' shot his I opcrAbxl. beautifully In risking s
ae ordinarily \ taking a first place In Hlllh Jump-no pI_. the TotitaJoei in hit-tUnll. Nt 0 1 Scbool .
I the help 01 the H1h a.
fanning 11 and walking; only W. 1\eLfood.\ 30 beet score last week, a 44-44-: !this day clear!' and sunny
Tii tr? weeks ago the chani- i 3:09: 3 Mickey A ner. David Pole Vault Klrchaiiie 2-( tills time got ou via an 4 1 1 I
two as he .xhlblted near per- FUdcr 88. and about :200 children parti- Cheerleaders! In hiding theMr .
Shannon ChiL and Calvin error. 0 4 1 1
.>Ion Lake City team! u. ll'O"; Larry Thomas 3-9'. 1 ..
< Gored the Tor-J Vames made that race.Fireball foot control. The big play come lII'hrllOr.6 Reese' lb 410Sandersai Randy< \ Johns, a nl'AclU"r'! ..... ...
Coach Chuck Mason's hot If to the gtvlf links pUiyrd hU .;' a., i ';::0:1: -i,, .. \\1'! l"I''r"" ""Zw..W: t,;..;."
18"0' 30 points. In thecon- Ronnie Mangle was' :: Reddish atumptrd to] 4 1 3
;,;erence meet last Thursday the Individual standout of the I dLimond squad also took a wore from third' on. a fielders' Hamilton. p 3 0 0 first nine. holes here lust Sun

|the Tiger were only 51* meet inning nil .tlire- d.ishesl Iii ; 15-4 win from Lake. City lat" phoJce by Wayne AtrLrod' IkaIRlas. rf .4 0 01tntels I day shooting\ a score or 58

{points better and In a fiveKay and placing second In the! I ,.. Short"'top Dim Falcon Reddish: was out and It looked'' 34" 81 Friday> night Apr :33, we're

meet Tu.jay.edl'ed:' the broad lump. Its aped the 100- E cotM: the winning run In the ai If Falcon was out nt thud I.ake. (.lty having our unnuul RtraabcrryQuren'a '

To' nadoes only 14 points. yd. dash In 8.9. the 320 In top of the seventh on some until! the ball hot from the: .tli II II'' rii 11! at the Country

Distance man Tony Lawson 2:1.1I.: and: the 440 In 60 II. With hardnosed base running after I third baseman's glove<
I became 111. after winning the Thn Tornadoes will be back ho was "safe on an error. ,':;, Falcon sprinted; house with : 2b 2 I 1 and nf. Hmdfoiit County's

mUe. in the last meet Tues- stronger next ;year however: G ar olytitI freshman Paul\\ McLeod won the nrnnlnu run.Piilllnu ralcrn At: .4 2:J 1 most I beautiful .and talented '' fl' ,Lea
they lose only one man sen- his second name. he Is now, I their itivoTlon>e- W McLeod 3b 4. 0 1 t.\

lor d1:: : U1C' man Leon Tlwinja.s I av y two. wins and nt: He ,, frombhtndTo< t T-ieaclnv Ptd\'r.: c 4 0 :2 I r

went all the way allowing *even the Ton,0"cw1lr., .. down 20I" fleece. Ib 3 0 1 Golf-A-Round 1e 1w I

The Tornadoes hits striking' o it four andissui'ng > the fifth Inl:11.0: I RsndCr.on If :3 0 I
CLOSEOUTPENCILS : entered a Many thanks to those n' second meet this week. taking mothers who helped with* the four alka.. ; h.s4.' The runs came. on four Hamilton p 3: 0 0'Drvlalas 'I

fourth In the f1Vf'wiI"Oalnvllll' )j Easter KKH: Hunt.. A spxltlI The perfect' work punned' when" they score:i three! rum rt 1 1 0 A ntn.-hnl OoltlAltonwas -, ''

!! High Invitational}I thanka k> Betty Sue Denmark ,, the Toma1o: record:I to 6.4I. 1.n..1A. 21\!\ 6 haul! Thiirmiiv" Anr I"" _

Tu's..14" 0113 ran away with!| who helped 1 me. with. Jut one regular season! ,, ftt t tile Sl.rh. Coif fCOMI''-> a aT aY

FIRST :,:KADE the meet! with 83 )points.' Winner of the prize for name left--l tomorrow. Friday Club with clubs frn-n the"r'

MalnUnj of Daytona had SLake .I finding the most r.BS In the in Polntk at 7:30: wider t1Ihhl. \ seas. .. Pststks 0.11 Ii. .k. .

One of oldest manufacturers City 5l', Starke 50. and older group was Cindy Jlrd- ... The nravc defraud first1 RECREATION NEWS and Cnhirn IlllisI nnsr lh'ulppsrtrteatlee
thi Reds 8-9 In their
in the OcsU 33'sCouch /
Inn The prl e In the younger 011 Yo
Husinesa. Hui- e termed the day group "went to Kathleen :M:- outing last month Scores, we' p 'is 9I,,,..,.. .

one of the Tornadoes' best ef- Orlff. t>"wn 3.0 going Into the to>> IJItl t>.giH. aril 1 Jr. leagueItiuvlMll --- I Flight A Lf net: >f VV.xvlBUrk ,
big l ,
6c each forts of the year. Thf'YoOd Club of the! fifth anthist, Lake City style) I .. 40 rimnvr-up, AUto -'- J
member remember
last, Friday 'lIlr HMIITh || .
out In the mile the Tornado put Jlrnnan. ti.l l.n 'Mill .41 I The : Hunt nand 1s. HAwklnti. .
run and ate I baked for the With .. I I* wMlilrl anniiul Egg was Fayeon
your Roods a full week of Hi ik. lt. .
70c doz. together three hUll to pructlco vrfi llon Hpartnirnts
WMluht events Tony Lawson,j Ladles Oolf Association fair score', .. gay. .y Jorii.... Slitrk. halt at the Items (Playground: snit Kiueni: Hudson Wluneis" Fielder' and acvernl scrimmage / hula ,
four bill "sins. Right game a IXM\|| at th> .
placed first!. In the mile at 1\0; rllnn..r''I'. thin I. Mi $4 half gr. booth. Also remember when Eddie DouaLu drew walk!II among themselves. the Hrii.lford, Count Fair. each dlvlnlon were awarded .
4144.: Gary McRae was thirl \! a n'l f4t"'l'ktt. fti.: Piiltn. Him' TiH'k.. auecra.1 with shunt 330: children
you are to work wlUj one ou: ant went to t teams nr* beginning to shape wire and came l"y with thechildren Raster: basket its primes. Mrs.! ,
at 4:536: his best effort of 'I!I pr. <1 h>lili ItllU 15. pmtUlpnllnilVUiin. r
Bradford County the year and Leon Thomaswas Everyone ,enjoyed a beautl*J I third on an error by the **oI ,, ip. By the opening of th. / and rrglnlrr for summer Flight H Low,,, net 14)111501. I or the sold and silver eggswere Sally 1"1'11' and Yvonne RobInson ;
ful day l last Thiirsday for the I ond baseman Centerflldr season on May J. we f...1 l a* artlvltles There will .
fifth at 4:58: 7. Oolf-a-Round. I hat I noo. ll.M.. I'Hlatkit, 4ft; Mlnn..C'liP. Charles Wilson"bilni" assisted the departmentin "
Contratulatloiu -I If w* will b* nbl* lo. see VnrliMl' .
n "mil
Greg "dtlh offrred
( admitted prngrnni for
TELEGRAPHAUTO Rover Chlltion took the discus to : was on i ('Chiirlull, Murkr. Invvr- Collier ti-i-du, Hniiiu's." ,. t..-ntrrrnme ,i-oixjurtlng>.. egg hunt. :
Mo Shirley. OertU.nj of the .
( a Iteld K'a choice acorlngj best LJTTLK[ !: tongueBaiieball all age grnnl.sTern ..
with a throw of 1893'. f II fleas Low grum. : Vary llrwwnf -
: Martha on their wins la the State .
DoughtJi. i *unimr I Tim from brhlml' In hnt the "
his second best effort of the Oolflon Hills. 84; runnor- : 1iL'h u neat three hllt..r." ;
See you at the fair I The Llttl Le&gn fell W'e are. hnvlr, iiinlrn. In Ih. iivvviTlh
year David Loper was fourUi Reddish then stole second g u inn 1 'row.t lip 11.lIInIII111n.. ne.r.'III/ Inningi c ilunli-n. beat I..t Canted,' 14o .
with 123: .-. Carolyn and seated on second baseman I is looking t th* heat. that. It each Hntundy evenKng. sal I' I'utt: Helen Simpson| Oi'nlu. 'i I \\' h 'the buses, InttiliMl ChnrllDI I |In Krlilay night' action :

IDnmeU Akrldtr'a'! single.Akrldae !. ever h... W* invite you to i com. on down "end.' join the IT I II III low, 11 cnmo In tint, end. hit Uti'lnlph' lliitchoNnn plti'hixl
Fee'-. iman Richard Kir I vyvtyyyvvyVyvvvyyv' '' '''VV''' I
top by watch the boy: praeU ,, grunp. The Center wllhit/ u hunt. grmtniler to the loft
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then stole andscored .
second .llt.r thr hltlr Nllelul'
LAFF ch alne took first place in the Klliiht. C l",w nut: Tatty. "" a* .
when In the afttrnoims. AUo I, open on Saturday night April ..lit* which. Imum'oil, \ tip land I .
pole vault wtUi a leap of 11 BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES shortstop Don I Jnv..... ... 4t; runnerno Auto best llruoker 11.0. a
I Falcon doubled back of him. ''> with a full week of practice'we 34. aril l every Ralurtlny!! night ', I| hit the him, runner. for. the :
fret. George Smith another hut Flt>|wilrlk, 'tnvrrneiM.4V .. After howl week of play the
-.Iron went to third i' feel that Mr* will have II'' after that < third, nut to end th* Inn11ig.' .
on a : Low .... "
MuH.-Hi (JiM l- .
froshmon. waa fourth at 10 .ro. : truma standing !la: ,
for the Lu- I' s.nh.ll.. .
really tight rare Leneau .
fret I parsed ball and scored on nay (il.lcn, Mill I HIrimrtrr: I night notion new Nina. lose. '
catcher f DwIght. l E1"" ,'* doubt ails Championship. Coach Th* :Mn's Hoftbnll, l..sgtinpcnml '' Miiml Naturnl tins heat' Nnngel',
up. Mum ( '
Tornado aLatletlca In the The Tigers evened the! score TnM. ''<".....i Htrkkiajirf has bfIfon' Inot. Tuesday... In /tlroalir Pull. : Ousts/ A3 Auto flute. .* IT-1 It m .n grand Otnlvn, Hint' t "
Conference meet were: By Jim Ten Die Minx "l"I'k., Natural, ru.. I n s
at 4-4 In the sixth when Mo- "working" th. boys. on )('I, with four' r-t th* nix. tenrrisplsylng U. also hum. run by Illlly JiBiinr ,> -
llll- CounU 31714. .tnlav. l and, aftormton I On the Unit night of .. Kin *.( Control I 1 :
Thursday .
aAaa.AAAaaaAAaAAAaaa.aliv trod !ra.e >in a homo nm to nl Tti 111 "cu",1 I K""w .
I *, FJqiilpment hem barn action' Morliln"' Pest. Control Thnrilii,' night sin' 'litr r nut a'rg.i'm" Auto. I 1
Jim. things that be ...." ) don M." .iiMi 'mt 1 heat Hampton Ilittnitnn f O 1 ;
ran I
or. I "hav. r.c.<4r. ."'wl many office front th.. baskets are iimalltUm ,I ".I ",,,,,,,tlln almost ..

,,"'It. and phnn calls during that ulll go through ..npenlnjr -

thi year regarding'" the !learn 1'i' Inches Oftneiree -

of clothing aril other parwonulI1 I ,, there are f.ceptl '
I oNr w y rYO GET 1 H! you bavequestions ,.-m* during Physical hVtuea- to thu and sometimes. bull.t..r. D M'OiRIGIEWK

ton classes" This problem "clran....l" of everytUagInrlUilInc |

RID or THAT KNOCK aboul has been. on. of our major loch An I writ this oI _

concerns and! mu h time has article, tao boys are In my of'lire BaUCOCIL1O
.\ better nay I I..* to .Irlth
your militaryservice been agent analysing the alt- telling<< m* how thy had '
rsp.N nvrhankra atPmrMI '
ut ion ti> find a euI II tiun. lot nil their gym elothon It
"shill. Hers Ire lake 1I'PLLh1'CE I
For th ... ..rnm. In their ease that all N ,
It nut. rte d.. all m...... Mfrhutlral m ny parents imar
r-rwautton. had been. taken .
work.' (i.rrsuk'idto i your local National Guardcan conirn*<.. lt m* first .
stat what t* wippoimj to I(cm'ever, la treat es-se. the.
..Ud "
help you happen" when your child attenda students admit that they.. were ..- .....- r ." __ :
P U eU... \\'tMon Ut.Ih.rtent .rtoW.. about t.wklnc! tl..Mrkirka. ]1,1 .- ==
PRESCOTTShell or jo.t tearing, their .. ,r-- ,r I .
In StarkeVisitCWO ports to CIUM| htaIm m.-rLr1 I II I I
cMhlnir around "r = .- (
the 1
clothe ar In a basket e asr rij

Service Al Crosby that h.. beers a*.\ ned i to him dre..kwr "10.... :I .i CIStTXTII i l: "? I;: __'_i ; 2.\.I\: :

Armory JIIdll. or her and should be lorko-l In addition to the *Luv.ayat.ra "" : l-: ..
.. ...._ x
tie %% R.
TKMTI.K or Call 9Al-ZII:! Every: student has a basketamtgned the I* K. 0.."..rtm.nt : FINANCEOlfK I .. r- II f- :-r'lt'' ).,-; -
to htm persunallyAfter tau ale finl a atudont. 1 'i1 h U. I -

the alud.nt unlock. ha, ,,, monitor 'In the droning are OWN I I r ''g 1:1': m5! //-Vl.Jt.\.\ I L III I j i

basket h* then moves to ono> '', diLrkng aach tl**. pvrtutl. Tits qJ r t {,: tJ'n'' 11>> I:.. + JtI : fil'! I''r '
EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING (if th. larger wall lorker IMwhirh r4 dan to 1iMraurag.. any ACCOUNTS I'" ';1 I I I
ha plac** baa whoulelothp one from ntvrlmr. the. .!*. : .I. I Ir I. SfNO ,
COMPLETE; during the clue tint. while the elsss was p rtlclI \\I' -'T. .n-P'I I I Ir ". 1

SEH'JCfSn; NEW INSTALLATIONS This wan locfcer U birkodand I piling I la 'Its regular' axtlvlt,1 a "" 1.[;[-r I'' I "- "-, jl' I ,
{- t I" "'" r .
mnalD an until the and! j" III, ,
FREE: ESTIMATES' / of tb. 1'.... period whew \.be''( I. conducing our "veaU. Mp LL, k.----: -oJ':. I .... ,
: FL'.HH : ," :
.to>nt ,return Th returnIng gallon It was found that alui i. -- J" '

Phone 964-2904 rodent mnov** him gym i '' dents mmtlm (lv. theirrombinjHInn NO IMmiEHNO : I I .. .' ap r'I
Clothes ctrl place. thm tn led to other Worn : ,

1, wall kirkrr and than .luck .it. ha.. ttf*ruJ'y; working their.. ) UKI: .;. 2 DOC' coot
again while he fskm a show ,,, mntnlMit. .Inn Inrk and ask other TAPEOPEN ,; REFRIGERATOR .nc. .. REfRIGERATOR 1 ee..wREFRIGERATOR
er An."C'' the tu-- to help them Then are 5.5 ear.

basket containing the gyro i taJrota knarvr the eomnhln.- 1AQ'5 .... .(.-e $19995 $21995t
clutter to its proper plr Sloe lor anian aI J_'.. /I... .___ _.- _
In aw a-- S s..i a ap-
Best -
Offers You The and a.k** *nr. H R.. h.*nlork4 With Oil* in marl 4t --- .- -- ..I,r i..<<-.-
,. ..',... firs MO 00 .M M.... ,>*' $10 DOWN
UtwUr tM* *y tn the.t.dent'e 1 vorydlf&riUt t* tablUk" what v ry.r' m |10 DOWN re .r .r-w
,.,.. : AN W/IC-KMf NLIf'.y $10 DOWN ar .r.r..rr II It A W ih
p al clotbJng bppn, whm" rUtHIngp dlsap- oo.-- ai M WM .e r. '-- flM A w..s. i"b. '
Machine Shop Service and also' him" gym dotha. should .*r. Tb* .tud.nt* shaM ACCOUNTTODAY 14O OO tea N* *> fmtt
"'f' "'
.1 lw.y* be onrfr lock oak *n. ../ the" P, K |'n.tn_ $ .1 0 em 1 OOOI NIVU IIOiT
Untrr thin. ayvtrm how itot Ion lor when. 4ifftc1ty > r-f "o LUTOA1K 8 UAINCII /

HLOCK BOABIM;; .PISTON PIS ..1NDa clotBlngg |jftn>i* .lot or to- i* ri">vw trr
KING I"lS FITTI\G:' l 1.t. I* It polbl. for clothingt There H l i nr
v t i u.tsee a 'ne ,
noll.ISfi a JU boo winim.. from the hasketer tkra. I ). ... a I ..... --q E ,

CI.EA:>IMi BLOCK RID( E REAMING the lurker* Ar lbrcavtlons pre,' from a.."'"' ....JII.last...'Iml r.'rr.4.vatVaae'of ( jam- AUTOMATIC WaSMf N .. "Fr" "" -" '- T
taken! 11e4 (rain/. L" "'IIr.#. I I It c.I.. e.e ell.
VALVE C.RINDIM(; CVI r_ IIO.NKIMi; ( the P r: area. I t.Nn' .. I .ww.m.r ---.i a R : 1601 I .....,
To answer ta* ::.wt. q_.: its hart ""> pn'.ri! nt .-vn .l.,.,c. HAKHAINSALOKE / aw. le. LYew I I r""' 1:1'..;, I : II ... .... :: c. w.i

HEAD & BLOCK CAM' BrSHINK. we can .*y- teat there -.... : lira dora girl bv, .... If f) (; : CSka.w.wa.w I ..- f-wt.. .. """-.. r

prorvcf-ir. Kam. .sloe ant t... ....._ of item'. OCR i.a.y t.- i: E .... I'. ..(....... .-.
; -
imt'.M .
deal InrffUi te Inrk his w.n tabs. furs the ...>T*" locker when h* got '''it for ream Alf nf th* < ft_. ,..*... '' HECONDFLOOlt a-I ;---2': : a ti r II 00. ._.I""

Your NAPA Jobber Is A Good O>. P r. do.... Thus the" sir fi>,m4 on the floor at the 1100..... "' 2 S 10 '-- ......,.

dent alma forgvt to iar. hi* ch..* .f th* day during (Ma''' $17995'Wringer Washer f'N'rf-itJ I 1: r

*.*..* Mae iy. |rm... the tw-. IBM tw* -.... Could this he ........ A_ 4.- D.iu I "' .l town.. 95R
Man To Know And A Good dent .V.* not -w.itt t. Uk *.w.. of the atolen artlcUa? WASHER WTOMAfKWUHlI :: .ea I; .;. $299
the ttm* to I lock aaa ualock It Uk.. "
very K tnd* iL t tTH '199<< '229e1a 1"-' teaN
Place To Go. lea. looker whit a shower Is w* 4o adtntt Dirt a ..> ,_ w "- ) A w...
N A WM* UUAW_ I10OA_ ,1V.S. -
Wing taken For the most lot'-fi' has -.-.t been food law

part .* artMU ar. '

Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc. ould very ally r**.It! la the ......r from the: b* k-4.. We

1 US' W. Brownl, Street bw_Some-*,f..ctottunc M11IIeaUport or atI1aJo poo-to Uon."ate',aloe wcuklag U hip you ail have award a wan. eM14 a> .loses ado.h* \ 1. S. Itatek Furnidire[ & Appliance' 1 I koumle\ g Store

Phone g6a..o.OI-4-OS11 1 t tStartle. their ,..,.. ; that laisloth- 'M graa cloOMa or baa teem

"Ing bw bHtI stolen from tk w ..U4.,*.,_ pla let u* ataow.Ha J:& S. Walnut St. Hud, Vaun. erTut'RSD.1Y.
Kb. I basket TkU. k .pn..O>t* t" ** the. rturtvtrt atop by. the i

,sosn xtnc About tk. only I .Dt.. and report the tocvtrnt..
J ,,

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Ml I

.. the greatest contribution this < I ly. He entered the Army In Woods Fires NOTICK OP APPMCATIOV: Dated at H\arke. BraACordTnunty atudy commllon In Bradford! the organization and term of
Al e 'holastlc achievement 1951 and Is now assigned as a Volt 'l'.'\: IItF.II ( Florida ihl. 31 day otrnrch. County Florida. to Study the such commlMlon, prt-rlblng
V ; MOP. IIII.KI. K. N.I 1963.SRAL. structure. .. function, and 'tp.r- It* dutleit and power; to
Mlcliey: serves aa STAR SERVICE platoon sergeant In Battery Three forest fires during the Notice I I. hereby given that ( .) atlun of all !governmental vld for an appropriation I pr.-tar
Oi 1 student for both BradforcI ::11 JIEN C. 1st Bn. of the 24th Inf.Division's past week burned 4.1 acres'. Mr T. .1. Alderman the holder Charle A. Darby unit and bod!** located within. th* payment; of th* cut :of. operation -
of the following certlClrat ha Clerk of the circuit Court the laid county. Including! the of .uch commllon. and
High School and Bradford I AND I 35th Artillery in
according to the Florida Far. riled, plaid certificate. for a tax Bradford County Florida. county (o>*rnmnt. municipal to provide an effective date
: County. Germany. est Servlcs's weekly report. deed tu. b* iflBuetl therwon ThifitifUalf tOy; fI..ul..h1. : Moody: government, public bod I.." oor- A J, Thoina Jr
ntiiuliHrM, utitl yiturtof r'.piity i'lrk palate and all office, "on-le.1 Repieientatlve Uradford. <:
1' Designation of STAR students II No: rainfall was reported! In I I..n... th. (lfHr-rlptli' oft YAWN & 8'1.123 .\\\' f-omniMlnnH,! board, autliorltle* ou"tl'It
mtMst V was based on top ranking Airman 3rd! flaw: ., Rommy L the county. however.There he proMrty.| a nI I thi a rio in e M In \ South.I, W'ilnut, Street and.' other imoillvlMloriH
Btown, son of Mr. and Mrs In wlili-h. It was are at Pinrku, Florida, til deterinliH' tho nod If an>, ,
scores they made the has b"cn 13 fires I ,
r..I1. w .
Attornuy for 1'etltloner ft r conriulldutlvn, wparatlun.
she- Dec. 3. 1061, College Board; i i'i : George L. Roberta() of 1003 S. the county since January 1 1 (rllflcnl. N.... 152. Year ol 4 8 4t 4/!' addItIon rvtni'Val or other revla- Septic Tank and

bat { Scholastic Aptitude Test Collsy Road: SUrko recently this year comarcd to 34 for Imiiiun'10H. 2. Ion of curb trictiirea" lunctlone -
: : graduated from the c.'lplloo. of riri"pOTI 'R OP 'l'I'.... \1'10" and operations; to detirmlne ,
be ''SAT). technlia': : the game :: lad: in 1974.: Just .. DRAIN 'FIELDINSTALLATION
pet in "sro C..r..t aw ota- :" o( FOIl T a \ l) Tllftrf. whether taHalnai.. .
viR Winners from each coin' training course for U. S. Al 36.1 acrss hive: bf.ncd sina NW ". of NWM hi-lnic, lO'f PiR fill.111. ('. H. poLn li* mvdi, and '.,' .-f'' I
I Force! inventory spclallsts: at. I N& l Ity> I 110 Ft. C.&W r.x J U; [id, Notice IN h.-roilY Ifh',,". that i'...n'.y ran be trained, thi', ujcli.
Sta'wai now compete' fur tue honor o January 1 thla year comparedto Sec Ill. T.! S. K-22 B ....,
11'1110 John n. Dla-K, hi. h<'1di-r ouch revlulun <*f .10 lix il Kernnicntal <>" Back Hoe Work
District STAR student wlti)' I'> Am AFB. Texas. 267 4 during the same period : Name In which aaio-iaeil J'lhn, the foilowlnv "t-rtlficatex hit tructur, fun,, t t'ni>
put an the ,' Airman Brcwn. tialnai: to last year. life L. Flowi-rH. Piled HAH 'erltlratatr: a ta- and operation Tu provide. that Pump Out Service
eye on Statewide honor
Inventory supplies by : All nf laid. prnprr ".'0" lr .t,1( f to IIH jttnud therllnn Th ....Id coinfnlalon' may drat, .k
cor The Statewide ST.VR'! student usa: o. the Pnunty of BradfurJ, Htatif I ,,'ertlfi'ats and year plan or pian for any Hulutun.if Fill Dirt and Top Soil
ftRC will be announced the electronic :iata! processing() machines : I. flurlda.Unl uf '..1111....<*. the Mirlptlon of problems dlHclovtfd. a. a
vet at Is b'iii assigned to an > ...M Kiii'h,, certificates hal. tIle ".'>i"0rty, and the n..n'.e Ir culL of uch tudy and ... Bradford Septic
Statewide o'rlC'I': 01' 1.1.IO"It..O"1'J : ,
Recognition meetIng ">e reilci-ine-t. a'-oorrllnfr to lawthe r.1
whlrh It \va aH nad are a' the lam to the niembem" of
Air Farce: System3 Commandunit WHOM 1'1'lAY 1 CON(
wo on May 14. I "rol.o'ly, d""c'rlb'd In auf1!) follow- Florida liKlnlaturc from
Scholarships l
4 at Eglin (ciolt.VNotlci: : In hcruliy slvinif certlfli-at. certificate. of'' CompanyPhone
AFB or wll
to near Pen- CertIficate No. 43. Y"iar ford 'ouni y. to designate the
will .
be awarded to the State Intention to npplv to the I 1IHI" ..
110 Hold, to the highest bidder, ,
at Tpfiiiance I 1960. member c>f uch commlMtonand
1c&tI sacola. He Is a graduate of !Session of the Plorhln, Li' .)lH- i 969-2311
: trl> ,
J STAR student and teacher at 'k tIle court house door on the Mprlptlon' of Property 1 L Bradford Isle for of ait I j
High School. paNittfo an l's- Irat .
Monday In month
) [that time.A ., of May tn NV4'4 of MW'4 ai P-nr hIiped vacant-lea, to provide tor"I"4.
Int'nir lii.iflford '
to I ountyiiMintv
1ir.( >>,
ins which I I. the 3nl day oli HK 70 pie 301 K* It/W It'
District dinner will be' I flevdopnipnt f ntithoiltyiluthorlslnv I \i"' mas.
: %
Vat William H/O Set22: : : T-'
chi held In Pfc David O Long, son of ( tin* authoilty t< Tinted this 29th day of March. 'I. 1022 K.Namv ..
Mickey Dansby early May at which .
cancel Let-lain (UlitM.I 0.* vldenri'd ,
Col. and IOr.r.;
Mrs. T. ,
T Long of In which aflHoil lohit > I
pr< ., .
the District
STAR student by i (SKAT.\ : )
Annie WIllIam'
fie Starke took part in a recent owed It by" I fh 'Hi.Mil r ml. cuunt II
and teacher > Heulnh. M :Mriocly D, C. ,,
Named 1965 will be announc the ( "nIY of Oratlfurd Stat
tat ed. field training exercise con- fair UBHocliillc-M HiithiirlKlnK Clerk of Circuit "ourt of Bradord ot Florida. -AUCTION
the authority to i lintel. all) ,
tic The ducted by the 4th Infantry prertent or futuri* ilcbt. County Florida All of mild. property bo Inn I Ir
District STAR students I 4,1, 4t 422o'rU'p.
Star Student Division at Fort Lewis Wash. I II.I I II. Kvervtt Chulnniinllrudfortj holes such certificate or rrrtlflcat
nnd STAR teachers along Cuunty J vi-lopmenl Hhall ba reI.'rone'l" accordlnic
The 22-year-old :% BY HI llll'ATIOdIn
soldier a
I .
to law the property drrlbrd
runner-up STAR student Authority He; IVtltlon For
dhL Mickey Roger Danaby ha member of Headquarters It 4/22 Adoption In nut'h certlflcat. 01
TO-' Thoma. CaHhmnnAc1r1rem
and teacher in each district certificates. will b* wild to thrhlhet EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
Company 1st Battalion
been named the 1965 STAR of the And Jtwldenca Unknown -
will leave for a week long ; at thourr!
student for Bradford County division's 12th Infantry at hound door on the tint ;Monday
according to J. P. Jones Gainesville expense paid educational Fort Lewis. entered the Armyin '\r>'ri<'!': OK II.MI.: \'i'ION You are for hereby notified that of In month of May, 196S whichI 7:30 P.M.
'a petItion the adoption
tour of Florida Immediatelyafter TO WHOM IT MAY "'0:0-/: /- I the 3rd day of May, 1965ra"t..d
S district director of Feb. 1964 and completedbasic "utrl,'ltt Jean Canhman ha. bttenlied .
the 2nd Lt. John F Dodd son fUHN' : NotiIs hereby !Klvinof thin 30th day of March
the sponsored by the Statewide Recognl training at Fort Jackson Intention tn upply to tho and you are required| ] to 19Q Highway! 301 South- Next toLawton'
program of Mr and Mrs. Fred S. Doddof
serve of or
tlon Thin a copy your umtwer .
Meeting. tour \Is 1985
Mennlon: of the 1.'lorhlllLpl4"h.hture ((9E\ )
Florida State Chamber of has S. C He is a 1961 graduate '.(.Rfllnir tu the petition on thepetlllon.r' .
sponsored by the Florida Stato Keystone Heights. en- | for l.n."tR..t' an Yawn. A Reulah M :Moody! n C.Cr.rk Standard Oil Sta.
of St. ttorny .
Commerce. tered U.S. Air Force navigator Andrew's High act relutlnK to the city of Law- of Circuit Court of Bradford

ax Chamber of Commerce as School and attenled: the University I tey city council" I election\ ..*, arnenItng' Shaw. 122 ""ulh'alnllt Street County, Florida
is senior at Brad. 'IIII..k.. file
Dansby a training at James Con. 4 article 2. : Florida and the 41 41 4220'1".1
guest's of the state's business. I IeItIfl of WE SELl. FURNITURE & APPLIANCESWE
fcfe ford High School and la thr nally AFB In Texas. of Delaware in New- .1 lIlt' Hec-llon I "t a rtI lou* 4 andS o.llI'lnlll anewer or pleading InIh.
Industrial and educational .. the
office of the Clerk
A of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 ark. nil of pity ,chnrtcr <'hapte"t tIB104 of % I..I.'TI"OW*
Lt. Dodd rtrndford, Coun- AUCTION EVERYTHING.
will receive radar CIrcuIt Court of
?'eaders. Laws of Florida, 111.11.: Til WHOM' IT ;StAY lt>NrEit.v
Dansby 271 Alton Roar' and celestial navigation training -- providing I C'i'., !Is" I tlon I to. the Iy. Florida. on or before the : : /' Notice I I" hereby gIven
H Starke. He has selected Walter Ity council bv KrntipMKthil 1th I dux' of Mfiy. 1905 1 U you of Intention to apply to the l .4llMunition /
loading to the of ED'S FURNITURE I
Rosser ; award 1) UedillHh. I City Clerk all to do en. a decree pro rt>n- of the Ktorliln,'. L.FKI.
Slstrunk, teacher at Bradford t..MO will he taken against.
silver you .. '
navigator wings upon City of Luwtey Flotlilii' lutiirifor paNMiitfi nf an a _
High School aa his STAP graduation. The I II 4122! for the relief demanded In thffitltlon mtalillah. a local .v..riinii-lil. 1 II ,><
year-long .
I Pt t I '
loy teacher the teacher who In Letter e course la conducted by the J i

ctf( the student's opinion mad Air Training Command which -

Chief of Police Bill Rosser trains officers and airmen in
Cit C'\l.l. POII III)M
The Hoard of County Corn has requested publication 01 diverse skills required. by the
mlBMloncr uf Urmlford Count}' nations fOI'ce. ez-e: te.2.z.4z.: :
the .
following letter: 'z"
flIt Florida. will receive, aenled bcd. _
at 10 u, m. on the mornlnic 0 April 15, 1969 Lt. Dodd received his B. A. )
:May 4. A, D. 11)63) 'In the court degree from Bob
Dear Chief Rosser: Jones UnIversity -

a room. In the piece,courthouae.of) equipment.One for Ui.following In reference to our telephone In Greenville S. C. an<'

81 uaed PAM 63 ATC truc-l conversation today was commissioned upon com ytIlJn! $ SCTI9NG[ [T R RbflSijJ'
crane 86 foot equipped. boom. ,an with, follow 2 *:paIn I'am writing this letter tc pletlon of Officer Tr.tin, .nf,

.heaves.; Independent, plant-tars confirm that you are not now School at Lackland. AFB Tex ... .
boom hoiMt with lnI.penIonpower nor have you ever' been an as.
1 load lowering-; HpecotranamlMaton

: power box dualfrr employee or held a positionin ZO Words or lea. "*. one tlma. ._ .83 Memorial Resolution. .* L L- __ .j __ fte per weed
with ire.tra running In oil, III the Governor's office since Maj. Raymond E. Hess Jr
antl-frlctlon. .luMirlnic"; In-lln If not paM In B lvaiwe_______ 1.23 lards of Thank, up to 50 word,-- 1M
this administration took officeon son of R. E. Hess Sr. of Rt. 2
mounted eniflne. .160 degree to Keyed. or Blind AiN-__ .___ 1.23 Over SO word* _____ SeI .pee'. ward
till. vlnloll call. ; ill met ai-llnir hy' Jan. 6, 1965. A check of Starke Is now enrolled In a
draullo cmitrolx.; teli'Hi ">IIIboom ,* records also confirmed you' course for T-39 instructoi Each additional word over 20-.._ __ .05 )l"|>lay ads. In Claaalfled..____1JSO per i Iam:*
buck Hop, full I I revolvingfair
lend. ', yard lendllx. T aUrnig ,! statement that you were not pilots at Randolph AFB Tex
... .... _,__......... .. ,
bucket.Mounted employee: by any agency or as. A graduate of Miami Senior '.oIl. .. Insurance Problems HASTINGS MATTRESS; I PEYTON FLORIST REGISTER NOW" FOR"
0x6 C'C'C (furrier I
fender front mi ami" rear. out- department of the State of High School. Maj. Hes Airman 2-c Leslie Moss son Call The Man Prom & tll'IIOLSTEHYVORKJ!- 119 S. THOMPSON ST. J3ULT EVENINO CLASSES

Hearer front and rnar with Florida. attended. Fresno Calif. State I,of Mr. and Mrs W. F. Mossof TIn Lemon St. Palatki FuiL PHONE 984.4 US Basle and high ar-hool refresher -
ec'.ewe and float, 8,26 X 20 I do not know where "Keystone"George
tire. any College before entering the Rt. 2. Staike. was one of Furniture Repaired NIGHT 9694691DISTINCTIVE courte IndkvlduaUized
Thl purchase will be under a Information of this nature service. After completing his more than 500 U, S. Air Force E. LaRue Upholstered ft Refinished! FLOWERSWe instruction. Start at any time

Leaae Pureiiee? Agreement." may have originated but I am present course he will instruct Air Rescue Servicemen recently .lead The IJfledJl! Wire Flower Anywhere $3 00 per course of 18 weeki..

for The rental Hoard for will bulancit U5110, 00 otthll certainly pleased to affirm Air Force personnel in deployed; around the Keystone Height MATTRESSES UEBUILT IF YOUR NAME IS i I'' tfc'g ADULT students applyto

year with balance. paid In your position In this matter.If flying. world in support of the Gemini Consultant For All Your New Innersprinjr FOUND AMONG TlIK..:j MAN or WOMAN To Service Principal* orflc hUE!:
two InHlallnient, with one hair .
I can be of further assistance and Box Springs High School White Adult tu-
of balanc. paid on January. 10, two-man space flight from Insurance! Need CLASSIFIED; ADS. CAM.I established Watkins rout 30C
1VQ4 Hr..' mmlv4.r, on January. please call. upon me. I Sgt. 1st class Charles L. Cape Kennedy. : Drop 1'* A Card or Call) \T THIS TELEGRAI'III I ciMtomem. Over $40O dent apply to the Adult Education -

10 IKK?, with mo Intermit. Sincerely Barnes whose wife Ernestine Permanently assigned as an Rppreaenlln \LATKA KA: B-9IA6 OFFICE FOR A FKEB I I! averageper Office SE Wing USO
Thrt Hoard the rlhttn I month and No
reject ar.y all hid" Fiank Stockton lives at 824 E. Allen St. in aircraft mechanic at. HlckmanAFB Great. American. his Co. MRS. PEGOT flll LLER TICKET TO TIlE FLORIn Ij Writ C. R Ruble up., lay-off A2. Building rear. 1 to 4 p. m.

fOPFJflAI* HUAL) Executive Assistant J Starke underwent extensive Hawaii Airman Moss The Traveler In... Co. 209 E. Adkins St. T" ATnF., P O. Box No. 2447.Dept. dally or write to Adult Education -
Cliarlu A rarby, Office of the Governor was part of the force, stationed 8t.rke.' rent I Memphl Dram 100. 6Urke. Business -
CHAIU.K.S training tests near Tel 473-469J
A. Army Tenn.
'T.EIHC Day 2tp 4-15 4-29
State of Florida at airborne and land base BE: SURE TO SEE World foreign languages. and
4,22, 2t 4j20/ Orafenwohr, Germany recent.IT'S positions alonir the orbital 473-4325 Niles FOR SALE: Petunias, SnapDragon Book before buying any other ,,0 S, Newcomb mif.t.t > rnttrum ....ll.hl<. tfohur

;- -- ,. _ i Auto Fire *. Holly Hocks Collaa Encyclopedia!: M A. Payne
=== 1 1I path. He was there to assist Home Builness USED: MACHINE SALE
=:: and other annuals. Big Boy
[ -- I local representative slr *. FOR RENT "
if needed In the allimportant Monthly Paynient Plan Beef your e Furnished apartment Singer Portable 19.95 Va
task of recovering the two Steak Tomato plants 1956. P. O. Box 603. Phone and small furnished!
Bell Pepper Plants, Rosebushes !OH4-3704 tfchir. house all at 321 N Temple
ILLEGALFor astronauts and their Gemini FOR KBNT Furnished 4 Shrubbery Mrs. V. R Ave Phone 969-2981 tfcha Marion St. Lake City. Pia.

capsule. room and bath apartment. 126 I Ferguson Ralford! Rd. phone FOR SALE-with no closing 7S3-40A1 tfchv

Moss Li a graduate. of Brad- S. Water St. Phone 969-1185. 064-AA7I. Starkf tfcha. cost. Cozy little home. All FOR RENT/ On bedroom
ford High School. HU wife FOR RENT-Bpe.ctoua 2 bed
tfch .
Conveniences. Now is your trailer Also space with patio
Sandra la the daughter of BOBBY BIGGSAuto fiance to own your home W. I *, Westmoreland TralS-r room unfurnished duplex. Also
Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. of CLOSE-OUT First grade pencils furnished part menu, Nice
Person Persons H Nollman tfchff Park Phone
in 01960-
or to Engage Starke.4Room. 60 each: 70c doz., $4 RoHy & Fender & 2IS1! tfcha location Reasonable. W H.

half gross. Bradford County Radiator Shop National Manufacturing\ ]I Nollman. Starke Florid.

Apt. All modern Telegraph tfl Chemical Co. has openings for tfrhPt <
Auto' I'mntlnn Fr.f Auto Radiator Shop

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless conveniences. Tile bath. hot F.etlnisti'ii. IiiihIItOI'S. 2 route sales personnel, and ,I Car Running Hot r JohnsonWANT .

and cold water. Natural Oas. CARP'S SERIES 191 C'lcanwl. Rf'I".lr..1n&1; 1 territory manager, Ouaran-

Mrs. W L. Andrews 347 W. I I Kmnml' ted salary plus commission Radiator Leak TO LIVE IN TOWN

Madison. Phone 964-6284 I Expectant Mothers Ill S. Walnut lilt !Stark' Also have opening for full or Cleaned & Repaired 1 CLOSE CLOSE IN?

The Name Is RegisteredRead I II p n I part time men or women. New & Used Radiators Want to buy a house cheap?
-- --- = --- WANTF.D LAWN WORK. ,
z--------: =.. w. Now Carry A -I II Writ Fuller Brush Co. Ott. Auto Repairs & Brake A greet big house? Well I

Co nplt. Ln! .. Phone PH9-40S2 4tp 4'29) E. Brown, P O. Box, 11. East Service have one', close up town and

12 Wides. I FOR SALE House and lot Lake Weir. Fla. tfeh" r ,I i The Right "ricet its cheap cheap chewp.i .
This Florida Law : WearCARP'S
I on St Clair St. See J, I... S1Irox FOR RENT Unfurnished 3. Strobo's Garage i I A. J. Thorn, Realtor TrI.

2tp 4 29 bedroom block house. 713 East, 9H4-5701
Custom Made\ 1-1 Mi. S :.tfll on Edwards

For Florida Living I] FOR RENT Furnished aI -1 I,I' Laura. Starke. ISO 00 per I loop lid. VERY CLEAN Used 14 ft.

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons mn defined her.!.. I.nage i| partment with light and'II I month Knight.In advance. Hollls V i Phone 961-5171$ j I Smfury (flbrrglaMl with 35
tfchg I
In business aa herein defined, under a fictitious name aa herein .1e- YOU Get More .i water furnished. 208 N. Cher- 'i Over 20 Years Experience: hp electric starting Evinrude
I Ii '
TUB JIM 'VALTElCOltp.. rv At. phone Mfl-4391 ItchKMM -449500. Used 14 ft. fiberglass
For Your RENT Two
$ $ $ apart
tfchg.FOR .
fir..d.l without,
and unless sold fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the I ORATION has 3 bedroom i I ments. One 3 bedroom unfurnished fishing boat and trailer

Is. wHit registration! shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affldarit Employees out 100A on the loop. About I I i MR, FISHERMANYou can I! IAhl'd Call 9R4.5M2 tfcha bath furnished cottage Phone Star runabout with 30 hp
1 mile I !064-7M1\ : tfcna Evinrude-$375 00 NEW 15 ft
from 100 on left For now Inclvul-'
get iiippllrs
signed by all interested .persona, stating under oath the names of DAD & IWAD LARSEN; more Information call collect', lag worm for ftthlnir at'I' FOR SALE 19S8 'i ton Span American sleeper eaU I

sjfl thoM interested in the business enterprise the eitent of the Interest LIKE TO WOItK Jacksonville 3880161. Smiths Shell Station. Ford pick up. Excellent mechanical ONE: of the largest firm in and slightly; Used 50 hp Mercury ,

of each and the fictitious name under which said business Is carriedon. Stchjr S'13 Lowt.Y'j hpe' Oood tll'N.nE' Stark.the nation h.. opening in motor ..'ith electric I
area for the right
YOU Benefit! ''' Uz. will sacrifice S895. tarter and altirutor -1995 00.
Said registratlo. may net be made until the person or persons desiring HELP WAVTEtl Men In good ATLANTIC Service Station Cull !M4-4711 4trh 4 33 man brtwrn 21 and 4$. High Jimmy Moore' Sun Sport. I

to engage |In business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or health 9th grade or better. :1 For Rent. Good opportunity t school graduate or above good Starke, FloridA Phone 96..- '

their Intention to register said fictitious All Sizes on Display Age 21 to 61. Writ or con- ', for right man Small I Amount FOR SALE!: Two Shetland starting par. excellent training 5791 Will trade I'
at least week for four
name once a '
8-10-12 Vides I 1'
tact Personnel n..partmf'nt''I of cash required Call J CIIj ponies with saddle, bridle and program unlimited opportunity -
(4) consecutive weeks In some' newspaper. defined by law In the county 1'/i' liaths Sunlanil, Training l'I j wton. Palatka 32 -20tU halter Palomino filly and for advancement NO. I 83

where said registration Is to be made, and said registration shall n.t be and Kxpundablcs O. Box 1 no. Oa ne vllle. !NUht 33S-5958! black nUtllon Both broke and Retirement and group irwur-1, 3 acre. 200 ft. on state highway -
1\61' < tentle $ZOO 00 CsU 994-4711 ance benefit No experience! Build that home or bus]-
accepted by the clerk of the circuit .,
court except receiving proof I
upon FOR SALR One 2 4tchg 422 necessary Call 373-3263. or nea hrre. Walk to new

.ueh publication. New and Used Expert Recapping I house on North Cherry St | 373-5473 or FR 6-6037 chool. Health force **Ie.

One 2 bedroom house on Col- FOR SALE KINOSLEYLAKE 2tp 429: 14500 Just 11300 down.
s-Yr. financing available Br Glenn : 3 bedroom. 1 bathS
Icy Ron l. P. O. Box 574. j
If engaged in business under (Pee Wee) Crew*, Sturk-. 2 tch* 4 '331KM house on lakefront Large living FOR SALE: -I960 Valiant, 4 j NO. tn
you are any name Use Our Rental-Pur AIM KuU Lime of I room. kitchen. 34 ft dr. V-200 automatic. h ater. Outstanding Value! 40 acrr.

chase Plan-Payments NEW TIRES: TRITK I >KINU A XUrtrr: MKT\I.: screened porch, Completely' ltt U<. Phone M-36M after Modern :3 B. R. home', On I IPolY.

TR1CTOR AH SIZES furnished Write Box B. Brad- Spa m 4tpd 4 29 .. road. Barn. Shelter
\\OKK .
Under :;(0) Per MonthNOW\ I _
other than your own and have not had this name $3 l"Ioftneyl"utla A Dnnlap I Any type roofing No fob to ford County Telegraph WE: STILL hav a few hens Tractor if equip gor* to Wall I

HARDY nnOTIIERS small or large ''''. are equipped _3tch 423'I left at $I 00. Inquire Smith to wall earpelln Fine offering

SALVAGE YARD I to Install built ) $18.750. Term '
up roofingFrew FOR 3ALXReady Shell Station. Lavrtey.StrhaT.
'A SOI J'ert" *.timat*. day or nUtht( I 8TROIT REALTY

properly advertised and registered, we will he INHl'RANCKAT ::. I Phone 969-.1904 or 969-1 US. I| block house mix cont'l"w.pier. sand concrete. e.- 424BLUE tin :N. Temple l .he. I

RFlHTEn KVTKS 2t"hg422( ant. mortar mtx. rock steeL LUSTRE not only rids (Er. a. )
Mobile Home SitesAVAILA1ILK I'I'At"TO. erttfr .h.11. "merock.' roof carpets' of soil but leave*. pile .Ct.Sttl

all Klltr. OTfO'I.F. FOR S.u.E-U' Lyman Clink- rveU Untet. BRADFORD oft and lofty Rent electric '

glad to give you necessary Information as to : E. CONNr.RINSCIC.VNCE AGENCY: II er-Bullt boat with remote I ENOP. CO Phone 4-3SI1.. shampooer $1. Starke Hardware FOR RENT Three brdroomtiouar

Full Lake Privileces steering 35 hp Johnson motor Stitrke tfrh ,_ unfumUhed. cotnpletly:

Homestead Exempt; tfchff I 18' Mastercralt trailer (350)I) renovated plenty room for

what should do.BRADFORD }'inandng; FOR SALE: Oood business) cash 99-6611 Ex lZe W. Itpd STARKE SHOE REPAIR! FOR RENT Fumlah-d I garden. Near La1il'W7. Phone

you and residential properties In ., SHOP U now open at 321'' bedroom cottage Large living 783-3065.: Itch* ,

Starke. Improved and unlmI I RETIRED LADY wishes to North Temple A"f Itl) room and kitchen. Tile bath I
Lake Geneva I Two nice closet) in be'lrooni.Redecorated .
proved H V Knight. P. O rent small furnished house' FOR RE'I'2> bedroom unfurnished Inside. Prlvat FOR SALE-by owner 100 x
Drawer p. City. tfctoglJ close in town. or what have 100 foot I
I tot with frame hous
house 525 W PrattSt. driveway Sit Lake St. Mn.A. .
COUNTYTELEGRAPH Trailer Sales A, Griffin you?- Miss Jessie Neubtrn.Gen. .. Call 4-4431.!. Itchf F Saul. 634 McMahon Located oa State Road 16 a-
Del.. St. Augustine, j
Fta.1 864-8743. tfchg eroa from elementary: tcriool.
On lloute 100 One Mile SF. FOR SALE-Fill dirt top aoll.! 1 I. Phone 94-00 fter 5 p. m.

Ketone llelpht* tractor work. pw and vd 1 FOR SALE Ton H 1I>58' WA.VI'EDTV UC Portable _2tp 439IdNOSLEY

Open Sun. & Evenings: building auppUea. W. T. Jack FOR SALE 40 watt Fluorescent Chevrolet truck with stake 17- or 19' }duztbein good

\ son Building Material aad Machinery light fixtures: bulb I body Excellent" condition. can condition. C s11 O W Van LAKE WATERFRONT

Supply. Phon. ....-, type: hospital bed and clothes I R. F Merrltt HY 6-4267. Lake Valin. Keystone AIrport Key Lot FUISale.. Phone
E =--- 4001. Uchr Phone I K4-S .
dryer ai. Itchf Butler Itctoc atone Height 473-9637. Itcfcx, 533-3134 or Mt- 831. Itp"AI

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aw** w Tenr A.. frnvrnork.A v
fofoj APRIL 23. 196:1:
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'.snduntjr | some of the surrounding rocky I
Farmer's Ton ar. hereby
Diary notified that
ce or barren countryside us well: .a pMltlnn for the adoption .)f
It aj the dusty roads makes the NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED "'"trh'l., Jean Ciiihman, h.u been
k fund .nil you irs required to
J By Saa MoGarrey water from this spring even Nerve .a copy of your answer. ofuleuillnit
- 1- more refreshing. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY to the petition on the

cI Waldo's Offer Deserves Our Support My mind began to wander! I rthaw until inner', \lt.Mouth attorney Walnut. .* Yawn Mtrwot&

plants it In damp sand covered by leaps and bounds, a* I I Sl.irk. "Kliirlila., soul file tit.

lightly and during the stood atop Mount Nebo. This,; SCHOOL NEWS! Sunday with Sunday School urlKlnitl. .anew.or |>lea I .
V *:: first year. It grows and pro. Id the place from which Moses I Tile Bradford County Fair at 10 with/ Miss Fannie Bell Circuit I Court of the Bradford Clark of Boun;; the.

RFIFoRD. duces a bulblet about the size: got his last glimpse of the I opened Wednesday with maivy Frailer: In charge- Morning I ty Florll""n or before the

I L''s OLAWTEY | of a small fingernail.. Tha l PnmiltuM Lund. To my loft,,, exhibits to be seen. service at II Evening service, full Uh.( , do. uf*o,May 14 dcre, 1C,,i you.'jn-

I I next year she transplants about 13 miles! and 6.000 feet Thursct.ty. April :33. from 13:t: 6 p m All member und ,.'.... will .h* tkn .a...I"a. you,

oil t.Q Rift ''sero' .. V // them and they put on more below! were the sky blue, noon to 6 p. m. has be'n I friends are Invited to attend. potlilun,for. thn. relief Umnnnuud 1 In the

i arowth; by the third year salty water of the Dead !Sea.! cteslKiiAtrtl as colored school 11: -Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor. luil.-cl' at Htarke, Hi-rtf.ird

PST-ftrtKE? they are blooming size and I Visible nlsi were the mo ni ., 'hlldl'en's day at the fair Pleasant ,I',''U''Y.,,''' Klorldu, this' 31 day .at
Btoe MrthodUt: Mar, h, 1 .
lima.SHAD >>
P '4 i&41 There had been no rain up the flowers are exciting asI i talna where the Dead' Sea with several special\ evenU.Clll'ltril Church. Church School at 10 ( : .

P4 through last Sunday an 1you I get new patterns and I Scrolls w 're found.\ In the distance NEWS! a. m. with Supt. LPO DeSire friirlea A. Darby,

... what with the sun blazing a- combinations of color. the Mount of Temptation !Mt. PUiiflh AME: Church will In charge. The Spring rally "I'lrik,, of the Circuit Court
S. rose. above the ancient be host to the Union Sunday' Hrailrnril County, KlorlUa
way. everything had dried off r will terminate April 30. The Mv llvulnh M. MOody
& K V T'D He' nicely, Including our driveway We have some stock, that site of Jericho The Jordan School with Ebenpicr BnptUt. captain Al'e as follows: :Mrs.\ lieputy I'Urk

'. Incidentally the mysterious;I was bought a long time all',) River flowing slowly throughthe Church, !\Irl.! Anna Wilglu. Juruther DivSup.. Mrs. Gloria 111 T \ W'oI H-.uth: .t' Mil V\\\'

L. Kt;;" dlsappeatance of soil from our from Tim Blackburn and. using valley and the green vegetation SuP in charge.! Parents are I !Mack Mrs. Jure!! Cummings shirk, KlorlditAlluriir Walnut. Htrt

#% G-Gf'oAeVA- driveway which caused thi, that and others we have along Its banks. even Rlk/IJ! /! to please! send your& i Allen ,, >.' I'utltliinerii',

V .- MeL ruts to get deeper and deeper,, | been given we now have at this great distance tells children to Sunday School I Chapel AME!: Church 4 S 41 /29

ueUAWTfte many different combinations.. that Its each Sunday. Rev. lions will be in charge! on the :
la now apparent. ;) waters tenderly I'1.1. mil. niimTh
One thing. about Amarylllj la nourish an otherwise burrrn I pastor. / Sunday. Mills Pemunt! liourd of C'lunly'' fim. .

';G-: The puzzle was that In that It Is easy to grow and wilderness I still close my ey- Greater Allan Chapel AME!: of IPtl5(! will be crowned fOUI.t// KlorliM mlHHlonera. will of I 'recnlve lirndforil' ...,,,1.'Cuirflt:,,''mil*,

M I rainy. weather. though the ruts require little or no care. c* and ape In the distance the Church. Slvicee will biitln.Marrh ; -Rev. r* atMarnr- . .. t.pns at I I lit A V m., on th* mncnlndf'
C.AN" "--"
-- '. u S. towers the :Mv. .. A. I" 1955. I 1ft .h_ ",....
aWe J got deeper the soil was disappearing While flcm' atop Mount' of 01'1'I |I..rll'u..n of I'miiortw I I...ii ruom. ., "In th* rourthou' ; ;';,; ;;:-f'th,'- .
and we hid filledIn i our ers are a de- IvaN even though they al, IMSInnbel In NW, ,of HW'4.*. |i."i.In folluwlntf. .... or .iinlpnionttin i
some spots a number of I light now. the birds are not some 35 mile away. l erninila Hlmpaon.,,, 11"111"' I'" 901) K:. H/W In '. u*". il I'AII I I 31',' tiuck I
wholeheartedly far behind. Alice's favorite Is I ISAIIKU,:' Khill.NAMM-JZ! UIMI'-! Nat Wllllnma H/t, H.,'. "3, T-> crane .,,",Ii'p.I a. Pil,10'10., :
note with interest that the City then we should join p times. But on driving out to I Am sure that Mono. frit. Ml).V, ". HilI'':. AA foot Itnoin,' will ::1 pulnl

of Waldo is taking steps to offer a with Waldo in its :proposal; for ''a site! the highway one morning the a cardinal who comrauponi I relieved as h. viewed thuPromised :M.Kxeriitrlt: r'erniin.. ..I'.lil,the Klt: of I I1. lOvu .. Name In nhlrh .****,....| John .h,,,av*., lndepmlni, planetary
d5.lftl.P'iret '
the windowslll for breadrrumbs \nulu \\ 1111.It,. iHHim holt with lndimlwntpower ,
site for the proposed new Alachua-! north of that city would certainly be! mystery was solved.' We no- : he' a rasral, LAnd. From. his .Imlilltatlon m April .. the ('.."nl" of Hratlfonl, Stat l 'load lowrln4, apvmlIranmnliiBluni .
Bradford County junior college a bill favorable to students in this I tired' a clop-clop-clop as wary vantage point the pnnnramlc I ltd.TMO.M. of PlnrUU.All' I power |io. ilwalvn
more and all the time lies picking .XS:' A ""I Kl'l'a: wllh
authorizing which has been introducedat area than would a site within or close mud on the tires flew off and away. he keeps a bclltgerant scene showed a In nil that surely Jll.l-J: Nnrlli "Ti-inil Av.*. I'uilos.I' iich nlil, proniirly., helnjf In. an'l-frhtlon sear* runnlna b.. ln.; In..11*, ln-lln alt

the session. boundaries of Gainesville. hit the mudguards and real flowed with milk anti, hon Htark.*. KlurlilaAttorney ahMll oerllfloat lie or ear.IiCIeit.s mounted vnirln. SAO il..icr,. tlal '
current Legislative
the rvilinme l
to on the artificial redbird ao
eye for I Kxvrutrl .
lard' we were moving soil from ey. This l I..nt. Waldo plans to annex a 120acretract As the accompanying, sketch shows,, we have on the sill In the living sPring 4'N 4t i/in i In such. rvrtlfli'ala dnkulln ...."Irlll., telnaimpln;
driveway In the
our to the oriKrllflcat
highway.But midst of
a bleak ,
just north of I make strong case for being room. anil .* will h* coil., to tr. lioom bark *tnp; fu-ll$ rvolvlnM'
its present city can a S. .
S. wintry land through which I ::1001" II' OK tri'iruii ... ..."" hlpih.t, 1t1.1I.r| al I Hie oniirl.. fair I 1.5.11.: i_ yard lUndrU 'Vl'ra M
limits and offer this site for the location in the geographical center of the > 'i's hon,. buvli.t.Muint.iI .
speaking of dry weather. with the Jewish nation, he had < IH-rl: : ilnnr on. I th'* firm Mnmluy'
Then' there's brown ..... l 151113, I"\ .M. a In ,iiinnili f .' on liii CCI( 4" Carrier
in a n May' IWHa,
the proposed which
of the hoped-for junior college. area to be served by It has burned up the berry traveled from Kgypt. Notice ta hviehy. given, that. I I. th. Inl .ilur" of May, 11I13. frinlnia' rnmt and,
- Owners have already agreed to do- stitution. It is within ten or fifteen plants and rowers with Irrigation | thrasher who got up on the Next week I will John p niv*. I Hi* hulitxr of' Ih,> tiatvil I hi. huh tiny of M"reh.l r''....! front anil rear wltrt)
sill and try to give .. ,*... ,1 flout .
pounded away at the fnllowlni ,'.rll".1., ha,* fllmlaalil I lass.tal' ; s US x III
nate approximately 100 acres of the miles of some fourteen or fifteen towns have watered their crumbs like a woodpecker my Impression of the Holy 1 certlflratea fur a ta. .1",1 l : '.14' tire .
tract and the City of Waldo, after and cities that would feed itudents fields to keep them In pro. City In .ha l".11..1 l I ilinrenn. l'he i-..rtifk'ale l>*ulah, III U.-..",... P f*. Thla nurcha. .. .11h.\ nailer, .a
duction. While and making a real racket Far niiiubxrs, ail of Oloi, k of i'lr-iill, ". I lei,".. )''i'''' hit*. Avreenient.
have In. yam ( nf
we no Until
annexation will negotiate for the remaining to the new junior college. It I Is much more delicate In feeding area I semi s".'., I Ih. vldusl reports on the success .. ,.. .. .. for rental' fnr thi .hikluni. .. >fIhl
/1''I.rtV. 11.1| II .iluinisu In .. .. ."...-
parcels.A in the .
more centrally located area of the berry growers this' season number of Carolina wrens, MMHH IIK tlTI K'tllltN" ...hl<'li It wes a....a... site for the new college has also than is: Gainesville. have neat and trim, who flit about\ l-llll rll.. Illnl \\UI.H folluwi;II'srtifI.'atn MIIHH, <>K MTI, If''t I'HIM .two. Inntiillnienta with. un. hair'
f' we heard that most .. ,
Null" I I. of lialani'a imld tin January. IIIlull
been offered in Bradford but nervously ever on the lookout\ hnrnliy lvn that I No' 14 Var !h. roil T It.:.MII
County. i.f
We congratulate the City of Waldoin of them have "ma-le: a little hn\i* filed. I niy, final reiitrna nil .uiinc. i iniiati a..... Illl.Id. .'. ". I anil ritialmlr on Jitnuar. '
due to the much greater population of initiative in this matter money. on the crop." for the big bad mockingbirdwho Kitiiti:' .r of 'thi< .,tat. lit l.aura, ..i>> lnt.r".>.tTh ,
neighboring Alachua it is not considered taking the .* / thinks he's boss around (\'\,', (i-nller. 'i1.*,..a.eil. In .t'i' .at NK I'mf. 51b of HW",, ofNKU Mr T .1.1l'l"rmnn., Hi* hnl.Ur., .. Hoard rrva III I iMtfhtle ;
til.. c'.mri .J.r'l any and all hid*
1 nf llrml of the .
: of > i' rtlflcata' ha'VIl..I
I MWU Jill' Ml
likely that our proposal will be and believe we can speak for practical. Alice has a beautiful crop here. finl ''.iiny' riorlila; I that I l I.e 4V ,... full linnV IC .ISl 45'. .W .*,1 lil, ,'-ri Ik'stas' for a tai (urriiMAu\ "' w..IQAI.I-
in S hav. filed niv |"'tllni| 'fur illIrlhiilliin .- o>.,l In h. ,imi. ..1 l ,'h.r",. A Luirhy,
accepted.If ly everyone in Bradford County offering of Amaryllis lilies this year, anil fur. "" !V IH1.4V.( M) I7H.B1 J'llll. |hron. Tlnerllfliali CIIAIlUKlt. A. UAItlir '"I.lW'U" :
Big doing this week at the fliml illn. 'Mno. It, T S H, II III 10: I numliora ami, year.
Bradford is out of the running. our support of the Waldo site. from seed she planted about i-harNi. 'In ...101 ii.iirl.* anil, I HIM! nf 1 IwHianr. th. ......rlpll.." of i iso
.. ..
and haven't .', Nun In which <.1 l Julmllllain ,
three years ago. What made Fair It you attended on' April I 19 AIV, nt t Hi no i.lrk i.-' ai th. i.rniriy| an,,01 l the n4tiia In
I AMI \\ l'l'! I.U., 415. I..'iiiii.. will 1
It apply, tn Illr which ..
there It .
yet are a number was aa am>il
are a
this crop mo t Interesting .U I II..n' Thuriin' A Yawn. I'oiinty, All of Ml.i.i l tiroperly' belli, In TH WHll.M* IT MAY V
Two Fairs Open On Same DateBy that she pollinated the blossoms of events you won't want Jiiiln. f 1r *i.|'iriivl ...C nalil 1 final tha i'ounly, tit' lirnitfuiil. Mtt. "Iriorlil : No. 111. Year oi .ll4S': Native. I. h.,."* -.
to mlas. Friday night there's return .anil fur final itlai'halicv" I I. I.....".'* I9SIlicrlpllnn nf Intention In apply" t.. I hiM !ISIS
herself using favorite : "'...1... aurh, rertlflrat' nr crtlflt .,. .. .l"
Kiiiti of the *.,lt, t. ..r I nf' Property. I .lni < n>n of the florid t.cilp.I<
plants to get new Combinations. the beauty contest and on l laura W l'olliy. d..d. I I '.I.U uliiill, I I .In *rmiiil ari tore' for paaHaof ,an i i i ilallnv
In ,
interesting coincidence the From this auspicious kick-off the MM I'or or Hl 14 .r "' 11I101.. nlNVV ,
an ,
Saturday afternoon a Horse Tin Murth lit, Illlia. onllna I In law tli protirty| il- >. tn IIraI!VirI ,"u
4 r ,
me Bradford County Fair and the second Fair will continue through many other! SS | Fiolle. featuring the Union './. I' "'srr (l'.ll.y ..II..I. .,. I In..",'h ,.rrtlflcal.I ,I. orf'vrtlfli Not,K .hy )NWH Kl HAW: helnic l'i.: Ion\111\ tl rt) (.nuntv' '' development aui"Ii '.
.:.wu lur am' will li and! In I III* authorlilnth* aulhuru&' *irancel
edition of the New York World's Fair colorful and exciting evt"nta-the Id. T-l H, II-It M
Rldtnu Club .
- She says the pollin:-atlon 1s County 4 I Un hl"h..I.! hliUUr al lit court Nm. In whli. h ........1 John. certain dtit' >
opened on the same date--Wednesday. of a 1965 Strawberry Queen cm I liniiH. itonr nn th. "nlI"n.l..y: nl. l. P'I.wers.A V i iow
easily done by breaking off a In m.inlh nf M.. !lads ; ::
;;V.L., ;' .h'd' I. .d II by the Mruitf"fair V <
April 21.There Friday night a Horse Frolics All boosters of the Fair arhelping CiiNNlr Ie.I. InA Ih. 'ri .t.,. of :Mny. Ida. of aalil 'properly'' ti ?ne 'InIh s.eoelatlnfl '
ne stamen and dusting the yellow a.I for llrn.Kora I ...a I..t| Ilil loth "l. f ,Mrrhlist. ,. ,
ti. may be some difference in Saturday afternoon and a Talent Show oollen Into the pistol. Bhe for good.: weather Last Klurliln.In I y of Klitrlilu.' iiih-irlly to. en i iirini

>I iyIE' size and the number of people attending Saturday night and finally the then' covers the bloom with a year It rained' on Saturday r*' Kaiaia, i>r 11I.jAl, V.) I .t'lIel.rilnm'l mich.. ..,.'.rlltlo'llto.. .h,11,|l lh |I'II' M Mvcrell.'nr t.U'Ir.Chulrn.itwrii,, "
I *
".r.lln" In luwIda
but for opening day enthusiasm National Guard display of equipmentat ; plastic bag to exclude any and washed out part of the NeiTli.'.'t> .n..I.Tl ,rilKI.:ITOIU4<1nreHa$ l Cleric llouluh..r (I'lrciili:II1.,1, : I I'.iiirl,, v. of II' limitfur. r*V I i'roirty| Il.acrliiel' I I In >nhcrrtiriinin Authority llrml I .fur.I. County I 1)>'

n- will Bradford Coun- the Sunday afternoon.All I other pollen which might b* program. This year, If we're All rretlKore, if the ..t.r. fifRva .I Counly I Klnrlil.t or ,rvrtlflcaiio' will
we put our Fairgrounds : M .Krniintl.. t1......,"l, l.. n.ilil in I Ih. I hl I.h..l 1'iiI. -l.r alih I II
d- I lucky we'll have good weather 1,1, 4t 42"1.i / .
Introduced by bees or other -
ty Fair up against even its glamourous .this of (course, in.addition to the are h..b t n",lifl.*1 .antl raqulr- I court. I huiio I tlnur on I hi sum H Hf i -ini. 11TU if.
I and Me's firat .. ,
o Insects.: big crowds. you pi1 In '11. rlahna Monilay In munili, I of May,
my or
H. contemporary in New York. excitement of the midway attractions, j J then I m.n" whlrh" they ma. hiiv' ",,' N U.' l'l'l, U' I .1.. ... I nun. whirl. I.. Ih* snl" illy.. nl CKIlXi: I w",<...,.. -I,IT. h.515... As usual thousands thronged the the livestock and school exhibits commercial ...In.1 aalil estate In the nrfl<'* mil. Ttn.-rii Sicy I !ISIS. '
M..h.1 Intention til acitilv
She takes thesred endvvyyvvyvvyvvyvvvyv. .. I 11,1 (l.'I I 'thIs lulls l of
nf tha pnunfy' '" of llrnil- . "or. a e im.m. a.N'lll .. .
,I- Bradford County Fairgrounds hereWednesday displays and hundreds of other ,,.,01 County. Klorltla, In I the ,'* !ii. "..r..y .I..n.. tiit.IoIii t lUll I lisa H .I..t ihl. i

Ktl for the traditional open- features. I ....I '.oiirlhnun. al, Hl,..rh., \flni-1,1, l I' l >,ls.*. Hi.. h..l.r. | -
? <
pears as a continuing' oasis In within I M Miinily' II ( .
pie! i'I.nbsr .
n' frmii the folliiwina' .rIifl'sl. ,
.. event the Rural-Urban I Day fish The 1965 Fair and Strawberry F stlval r'lerh ,' ., nr i iiiiiicti .1.| I n
ing the midst of a weary land itatp. ..f .thff fir.t piilillcntlunof ., flleil edit. leiilfli f ai,.. for a (IHI of 1' lilt I'mirl of Mriid, itienilln1. ....11.. 4 "f '
- fry sponsored annually by the Hotary has something of interest for BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES i and finally, a. though' tired of ,Ihl..I nat I,.... K:.i'h. ..,1.1"in '"i iitemaml ,lUail. I I.. I I.... l'*'iii.1 Tin fi.r-l C'oiinly.I IrirIIm' I 41 4/JI and. m'liun' I ."., aviII *.'*.-'
jut bi I I ,, .
ii" In anilinilt
I .
s "rllin.; trrtlfli nli I > nilinlierii' anil all uf ,'It, hut, .'
' Club of Starke and believed to be the everyone, so visit' the Fairgrounds( Us long the river Mat' 'IN. .I..r .. .. .
I Journey gives | r".1 l or I I. ii'<''i>. II. *. .rll'| .. nfHi 11111)1.) (...... or riorlitil -
kind in the and often between and Sunday I III Anti and pnal, ,.t", ,mlilreia nfih .. ..r"I'| 'iiv. Ami, i'h. niiiit** In. \mtiitit: i-i in' it rIo*. .. ,
affair its
"f. largest of coun- early now ItS remaining life to the I tlalmwtii"I I",.1 ,ihilat, b.. wII'.h. II wnK a** s,. a. In N. "-.1111",. K'ir ,\..'."H'IITo .l I'P'.Vid> .I, fur elmtl m
... try. Salty watera of the Head. Hen worn 't. by i n,... < lalinaiit' '" hlnn > P ,..II..... I Th,,'''''. I '...h".n, ""nv I .'I-.IHII li |'l".l.l'-h i 11| by' gp'ipsI'll' ('I"? -
.. 1. ir his ,."...rn..,. It will "'. AiMr*. Anil llnl'lin.I'n'
Her a quaint little village nr rtiriint No 41 Veer ofIff .... .
City of | '. Kloii.ia"
., known
Jim Tempi I tin .11111. lil a. .r un. it law ,*1l*ii> I ,*
- J |built snug against the mountain .. p. I IV

t- No 'Paper Tiger' In Our Tank I sl'l* with moat, of the
.. .. .......... II
.0 I hou*. constructed from' th.

,'eI. There are diametrically opposed pons including nuclear, if she enters It .U a rare privilege when) 'natural rock so abundant.. .

points of view. to what this countrycan the fight.In on. I I. able to accomplish, a'' Her the terraced t slopes of

do and should do in Viet Nam. other word!!, it Is up to the Communists lifetime dream. My recent Visit 'the rocky mountain aid with Zing into spring! YV
;,,! fruit tree, But there can no longer be any dissent to decide whether the war Is to the Holy Land waa the
I to the rich oll hoping to
to one fact: we are totally committed to grow hotter or not. And in this realization of that dream.I ,
- bear Its delicious.. 'oolLart. I cfpv-
. to using whatever force and country. President Johnson's positionis / I am Indebted to thoee who ,
A visit her leaves no question Chevrolet Impala.
whatever tactics are necessary to preserve .being given the most powerful kind I I helped make this dream a about the greatness nf ;
re.m1",' to my wIt.. t...
T South Viet Nam from a Communist of bipartisan support within and with- the Roman era of man's his

I take-over. out Congress. For Instance, Barry who encouraged! me to make tory. The countryside. I I. dotted _

President Johnson went all out when Goldwater in one of his recent newspaper the trip even though abs could with the column which I
not m*. To the
eSI. at a conference of governors he declared (columns writes that the John Bradford County Bcho Board symbolizes the vastnea aol 1 i

that this would be the U. S. son policy'. has. worked wonders and the Hrooker Baptist. the grandeur of the Kmplr 7pu I _J/

policy if it takes "20 or 50 years." He in turning the war from a hopeless Church. my employers. I also The** columns stand a* alien! _

has also said that he is always readyto morass into a sharply focused .issue." ay a sincere thank. you. .- aentknel surveying a land _

.s negotiate an honorable peace, but lie further suggests that this country wise, the countlea. other once controlled I. by Rom Occasionally -- VV
th remain an
''er' has found no sign of any willingness Issue a target ultimatum" to the who" aaatsted In on. way or aqueduct challenge one'. In- _

on the part of the Communists tomove Hanoi government. This would consist another thanks. I terst. and holds the mtnd hard. _

r in that direction. of naming a series of target of increasing The primary purpose for the like a .r-oll. while reflectingupoo !

e Intelligence Digest, a British publication importance that would be Holy Land visit wa* to acquaint how Ingentoti. engineerIng I VV .

;) which deals in world affairs hit successively until Hanoi accedes to myself with the feat were accomplished. ) __ _
' cal environment, the
. quotes one of its special correspondents peace terms.'! Goldwater also proposes and the custom of thla PhY.1-1. ao .long ago Then Jut to

- as. saying that we have only the that we ask our Asian allies, such a* I rich In historicalailce. "" imagine the Legion. the D (,

three following alternatives in VietNam the Philippines to enter the Viet Nam so i pomp the pageantry of this _
I : A >> .-n.y as thlajadrfa :1 _
JI. of splendor la a great' _
: 1-An indefinite prolongation ground war. depth and meaning to the age

'. of the present situation. 2.-A negotiated And there is another Important old story of the HlMe ..a one thrill

.' neutralization of Viet Nato' and facet to the picture which Newiw..k erica to understand the tradl-" II.. It la easy to feel, In -
touch with the generation. of
- subsequent American withdrawal. A- sums up as follows : "For the time being .,, tlons. culture. and environ of paopl who have for centuries'I i ii ,

of the the risk new-found I th Near .at.:; trvm which'[ !
An expansion war at at least Washington's j Iraveraed this part of the I

of a conflict with Red China andor; 'decisiveness has stolen the initiative I1 stems the great religion of I world As you see the camelgrazing )
. i I the Wentern world.. In this .- at
Soviet Russia. from the Communist camp. In sharp on the sl'l. of a 'f1

.. This U a widely held point of view contrast with the recent past. It in, i I I spect....the. Value trip wa From tnde.d thU of I Ipric. i mountain, road or In the plain CKmuUt' /.puI4. ."., ",put CuupE'ea." O7IIDQ. &tKTij.,1.o ka1lli.eJ'"

, abroad. And certainly no one can any now the leaders in Moscow and Peking -, I wa not disappointed i you recall the childhood storj -

longer believe there Is and who seem uncertain and confused | angle j le. of the caravan carrying cars
a simple M the least I other big expensive-looking
safe solution to the Viet Nam prob. who are groping for a way to an- j!j In this article I wouVI like I their. goon's, along the dusty People buy

'. km. The President' is seem clear. with the U.S. while at the same time to briefly recall a few of the I route from, India to EgyptThere

\.... has made his decision and there will anyone can see now they don't want | impressions. of my trip. One i- bats can of burden be. no, doubt being about. the get One thing yOU WOn't (big l cxpcnslvo-tooUng! payment*)

, be no backtracking. That decision, a*. to risk direct warfare on any scale I .lunks upon the Near East beat transportation In the

I summed up in U. S. News' & World with the U.S. while, at the same time. t with aw*. Th contrast. be- j| mountains. even tlJOf.,.. People Ux k rtrM-nsivi"! l/fIJ' stAjrtjC fIt

. Report *.. I III to be generous if the they are vitally concerned with savingface. tween" the old and th* new 1'. don't mind starting a longtnumey look l like a hig car, Ami ,u by almost any rxpertsivv Lire( ride C'rwvroU-t ears: > an engineers\ Uxk the J.,'tarn'Mith -

Communists end their aggression but :| between the fertile ami the' afoot even thoughbuaes standard, you want to apply( ( on.* anti rnixi'rifil! it out even more

brutal if they choose a test of military No one can say what the future will i l barren between the deaolat mortem. > are In operation for I 11'ufANolxxly./! t t'tJlt.l4 I a cur threw IU murh inches as this one thus.. y"ar.LM, iria | sad the beautiful I the IA"IJJIf< It grew
F strength." The magazine adds that bring. But deny that the j most of I the route.. inch , .. thff hi-fi stance. Psr'rhsi a whrruC.'hcvroUts
no one can and the ancient can be ..." I Itumnmtntf ,,.ry clowi! ) in'Mld'a. got (( big
Red China has been informed that she United State U demonstrating that from almost any spot you Water poa.* a problem for year.three inclu more'' .ir.iMliU: r room, front ;anti l : ; full way short, of wuubln't the other hava

- will be subject to attack with all wea it is not "a paper tiger.' chooa>* to make the comparteon. V many of th* areas of the NearKa rear, anti l rno-w citand foot jom up) 'front lOt,. "JI't'II.lve-Iu"kan", Hut v**>
Ilk. this take W"ul.1! l youTOlio .
t Thing w*
NicelitlUr. tO'JcK% hki, the 1'Kjk of it any othi-r way. _- _
- m.enl".t
rrom the
1I I for granted her. In the .fltati l.ufuri/f' Lut qutiition How "tixm .can lOti t make
1C breathtaking ntr atop Mount i! walnut nerrm the? Imoala'( inairu- < 1 last
mellow .
i When w* want a drink of Like i,1 sprtfiK buy on a ( h.*vrolrt *
Nebo to the beat of the bead parx-l. Anti l ilia i ( tourh<>n. the 'mea ( HIGH TIME TO TRADE
qPIb4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: | water It's aa doee as the water ment wmlunanana'Nf: Juat a* soon at you can get: down to
, flea region, on* la thrill**) to n etia> of( the "".irn<' IW Iy) by I Kish. T dtalrr's 0 nMI CHTVROU f M AUIS
ESTABLISHED 1S70C fountain The water supply of, America's "."...*. your Chevrolet :
l t- 1 be a part of the *urroundjiigpageantry. there may be many mile* I ship- that makes sortie

t= i: L. ...'lTMcw.. Corro, AMO Pus..*e Her a .elt of the ancient way and acraiM only by''' Chevrolet! Chevcllot/ Corvair Chovy IT or Corvette

c mol*. I stopped) along the road znfo/ ? spring In a new .._._.
ftw.I...... Her, a arenearKTWlng 1
,\.o.Io*'. OlDCT Wft-KLY. ...1rW...*...*, COW cay which connect* Bthlhm
the nomadic,\ Bedouins' .- .
'f ZJQ)( T1NUJ.V. UNOSS TH. SANS Mywt... I till mowing' their tent. her and watrtied for a long Urn

PUS..SIED EACH Twu..oav AMO rwrmra A* $ COMO CLAM Mam* Ar TUB I and flock to And better pasture th* people dre-J In the attire -
. land. If..?,. at this ***. ;
Port Orrtcc AT STAUBC. PXA. UNO* ACT Of MAMCH p. IT* of the traditional. Arab I
..-.. _aana*. orange. and lemon countrlas: come with their CHEVROLET I Inc. :

IX THX TRADE: AJUEA 0... TEAR JMJOOUTBXDC . SIX MONTHS $LOG tree display their tasty' water .-U to Phillip's:

TRADE: AREA ONM TEAR i4oo. . aix MONTHS IXJft I Ifnrlt In eolorfal fashion. Here I Spring for water to tu In,

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KTARKC.!: FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRil. 22, 1963 ________________________________________ _______ ______ _____
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 1 VV'r. V V Melrose Mustangs I .V ,
V 1
mt I V. : Take Riverland

Mst&htr: KEYSTONE V Conference Title

bat* Bj Alary K. : ,: .. Melrcwe High School ucces,"
beviR fully defended Its Riverlam

AAAAA&&AAAA&.AAAA.A.lIsS ...& Conference' tract meet las' '
Stttlwai | '
Is. 1
BATTEN SPEAKS I 1st rat Ion :, Thursday with an easy win a' i I ,3 r ___
,. ( the University of Florid-: |I 'h.
PUT Miss toulsc Batten a form- ,; Relta 4 V t ) V track. '
corage .'!1' -t udent!! at Keystone Heights | 'Vt
srhool.! ) now Clay County Elementary { I The Mustangs piled up 11' ;

vet Supervisor\. was guest also I points to fl3 for rtmneru: I

woi : to PTA Mrs. 1 Ji ii third with 35. I
lit>t uie- Keystone: Heights i
R Miss will -" The only record wa set by JF.JE Thursday evening.

car ins Biitten Attended. elementary ---N-,: ,; Officers of f Junior Woman's Club' I the Melrone'H broad Paul jump Donald-urn with an In

chi 'school* well'. In Keystone few Heights of high, bock nounced fort of 19 feet 11 inches. j ...:::: :: a.V-au.LV.. __"" _: .&. ...e--- -. ---.--
I \ s6 a years
pn '' ,, officers of the KeyMoiw' Height/ '" Junior, Uoimui'n. Club: fur 1063-0(1: ( were I... Melrose took the first f\\
M-Uool, for there was a high sistant \
fie .rliool of sorts In Key- son will 1 Tliurmlay" sight April 8, at 7:30: u.I.I..k. places In the high Boy Scout Charter Presented At Rotary

tat V I lone Heights in those days ber-one keys to their re,*|>
tlo Wn, say "01 sorts" becaus be ; Mrs.. Ray Miiim rurrrnponillnK. wrretaryj( ; Mrs. Jamcn Hyul, recording/ wrrrtury; Mr*. I and McGuire finishing In that \
dir ihijr* were never more thai Schools. : Trlest, 2nd %lce prcNltlrnt. ; Mr Steve :Moore', loot *!<." prenlnlnt. ; and Mr.. onalil order. Pictured. ut Charter prt*<>n fur Key clinic" Troop. 103 Boy !Scout last. Friday art.

,14 or 16 in the whole hl;r LION District. V Junior Uircrtor nd l Installing. Of fleer. Mrs.. John Dr..'" D. prenlilent. wait. not \ Arwood and Donaldson of (from ,..fO) :' Dlrfcle Menlo Patrol Lruilrr: Krnnk Kolforcl Senior Patrol' Leader. ; John'.

<- 'iool. Academically it wa HI (, I "heu I picture WON. tuki-n. Melrose finished second and !ill...... Dlfttrtrt .$,'..ut Kxeutl: lr. Phil Piirwins., .Nelghl!! ">..rh'i,"l t'omrnlMnloners: : !MMMuom .

L ''rif: wth} such teachers a The third in the 100-yard dash. Miiitmiwlrr; Bill Rrym.liN, Jr., tutlnnul Keprewentatl. ; and :Manhall (.uli.p.,
late Edwin Club The Mustangs' also. took the
H'e J. an
Patrol lA'ad..r.
Mrs. Helen Merrill of Jack 3uest 214 and Crescent City'I Mrs. Reed Plans I first three places in the mile
S ,
nvllle University nut ther 15. Attend Bank run. with Tlnon Tomltnson, Boy Scout Troop 105 re- was purchased from Lindsey this summer Sims said out
wall no foot ,llI. or b'l kctbnl' that Apr. 16. the Key MELROSEUy l and Matchett finishing\ in that celved its 196A Charter in'!' Walker and Larry K. Walrath. I it is planned t to have adequate .

0"! Other hlh: school extra :3uest Women's Golf Assn. Women's MeetingMrs. order. ceremonies at the luncheon' The camp will. serve the 250 :, facilities by the summer

articular actlvitl-s! inued. a Junior Tourna Mrs. Grant Itothhammei In the 880-yard relay first meeting of the Keystone Scout Troops of the North | of 1968.I .

nr In the absence or Prcslci"1: The Mrs. T. J. Hawes Jr. Josephine Reed, cashier place went to the Melrose Heights!! Rotary Club last Florida Council. Sims said, ,I Stats said the camp has
foA I'hll Cromer Mrs. Roborf.aughnessey 7ol.
presided a IKippotnted Th9 by Mrs. E. F. Aiken Bank, will attend the 1963 MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB lniMim and Donaldson. tended by Charles Tolford. << each summer for between!!' I Powell Scout Reservation inI

foH a nominating c6m. licy Jan Batts. and Mrs. SouthernSoutheasters Regional The Melrose> Woman's Club Mel rose's Arwood placed chairman of the Troop 1051 7.000 and 8.000 ScouU. Con- I I honor of Lt. Gen. Sir Robert

'itnttca for officers for th .nvav : Gallop. Hamburgers Conference of the National will meet Wednesday April second In the 440-yard run. Committee I and other Scout- 'i struction of buildings and development j I Baden-Powell. the BiltUrt

"inlng) year. Committee memo served with lots of other Association of Bank- 21. This will be a business and Heckham placed third In inc officials. of the area \will not army officer who. was founder

loy >I"< 13 will be A. C. Mlngledorf vlint things, including beau- i Women, Inc. at the Queen meeting, and luncheon will be tho low hurdles. Following the pr'Bentation.Dr. !!' .I be completed in time for u.i< I of the Scouting movementShopping's
< % :\ ,; ) decorated Easter eggs. Charlotte Hotel Charlotte I .. took first Phil Neighborhood i I
E. Bonner. Bill Wolfe nerved at noon. Slides will be The Mi uintfa Parsons. ]
ctft 'lostpu Benson and Mrs. Lena 'ASSN. : CHURCH N. C., Apr. 23-25. shown. Hostesses will be Mrs. I place In the sprint medley relay Commissioner. Intro-

ftC '.'it mena. The services were well at- More than 250 women officers I O. M, Alien Mrs. C. M. 81 )-: with a team composed of duced John( Sims District -- --

IT, TlH' PTA voted to purchase went; I at the Community of banks throughout prell Mrs, E. P. Richards Donaldxnn. Weaver, Price, and' Scout Executive who announ-
fl d1'opPt'les for the new admin- on A pl' on Easter Sunday the nine states comprisingthe and Mrs. John Brennan. Tomlinxun. ced that a fund drive will be
After The special offering southern-Southeastern DUPLICATE: BRIDGE CM: 'B Arwood placed second In launched In May for the new
lan event be used to redecorate and Regions are expected to at of the ;
laSI Winners at Melrose Dupli- tho 220-yard dash, and Ford Scout Reservation 4Qvii
KEYSTONEDriveIn served!!' the educational build tend. Mrs. Reed Is Group cate Bridge Club for last week placed fourth North Florida Council '

SIP- Theatre for church worship /serv Chairman of the Jackson Include the following: Mrs. Bronxon, and Melrono. took) Sims said the 700-acre tract

PH: roup Price"r: during the period of de ville group. I B. W. BIcker! and Mrs. Phil the mile relay with a time of surrounding Lake Loyal 1 or

Fri. Sat.-Apr. 23. 21 low ; the old building The National Association of Kromerand Mrs. Roland Bryan .< 3:4: < .:5.Ford. Gin House' Lake, as It is ;

leg, ; construction of the new Bank-Women Inc. Is comprised and Mrs. R. N. Livingston of :Melrose took first known locally) cost 250000.

longest : : of women holding exe- tied for first place; Mrs. M. place In the shot put, and I{ and that Its development

Ed 1 ; "In Memoriam" for Mrs cutive and official J position:I F. Mottling and Mrs. P. D. 1 Donaldson was fIrst in the would cost another. 1250.000or

A. R. Blue, formeRly of Key- in banks, savings banks. and Schneider, third place; Mrs. I high jump. more The property which

WG..If8V'8 who passed away on trust companies. There are Paley Boyd and Mrs. John I DonaldMOn also took first. t includes the entire lake. located -
9 at Wesley Manor in more than 4.000 members located Strawn. fourth place. I In the broad jump and Ford southeast of ,
was given by her in all 50 states and four BOV SCOUT 109 was drat In the discus throw V

18 foreign countries. Melrose Scout Troop 109 her" having boat that hal ment ,\ NOTICES participated lit the SpringCumporre TY1 yyyyyyyyyyyyy ashore. MV Jeff jump

Church Women outside the at Camp O'Lenoon I ed on Ills. bicycle find went '-
results meeting will be held Sunday morning March 28-27.: Eddie Roth- I down there and came right :
church. during Memorial Day BEACH
26 at 9'30 a. m. INDIAN
FRJOE5 U. 8. GOVKKNMEN1} week. Apr.Nightingale: Circle will weekend. All members will hammer LJoyd Baldwin, Rich I back to report that "IT WAS
ard Beard Schocneman. "
BOOK ON HKARINQ AIDS at 7:45 m., Apr 26, at certainly contribute and aU I
wns p. Woodrow Bryan, and Lawrence : ( Lake Santa Fe) Jack railed the Harold' "'ea,-
ladles of the asked
"Hearing Loss Hope Thru 18-hole home of Mrs. Ida Gentry parish are Harper attend.d.-M- tern. In Jacksonville and gave a breeze with your
do .
Research" Ketch. daughter Lillian. Rebic- so.Current Mrs. Jack F Miller Sr.&sAaa&AAaaaaaaAaAaaAaa.
by Bill Erklnson:
companied them the good| news
Write or'c ..' The will meet at 8 p m. at the president, Mrs. Phil and -Olynn! "Rothhammel'Troop __ I were so proud to get that They boat Special Checking Account.
.II I .
of Mrs. J, Miller Wrin- Kromer. announced that Mrs.
Gaine.villeHearing low 109 received blue
( ; a buck home this weekend' aol
the with Mrs. Marvin Homer Cooper had purchased linen ribbon. I Did the Knitter Bunny bring
well ahould be
,Aid Co. Arthur : (for the side tabernacle altar Troop 109 renewed its char- you anything betides company. ;, boat they lined once and! Jfone a *new Ian Why carry (cash ri-k losing! money? When

fIO:! X. Main Gainesville Mrs. meeting of Church and her sister in Jacksonville ter this month. Bill Erklnnon I I thought sure they brought I II | extremely pleimoil. to hnve you shop' >ou cnn p.iy on the .upot and

876-OOWV( II I the : will be held May 3 at I had made the altar cloth] and Is Scoutmaster!! for the coming I, eggs'/ and candy but now I played 1 a small .part In IU re just!> t 'rite" your money with the help

I I Batts. { ; : p. m. Election of officers I I donated her services as a gift year. Harry Jackson will be wonder? covery. of a Special Checking; Account here. Andno
Olson, take place at that time. to the Indies of St. William'sfrom Committee Chairman withAlbf'l.t j I "We" had quite a busy Mr. ana Airs Kiirl. Voyle minimum balance required. Check with
the ladles of St. Mat- we"c'l
I will 1 'end: Hk all of our !
MURR1JEEInsurance meet at 7:30: thaws Schocneman as treasurer got home last week" from attending u H
13, ., May, 3. : Woodrow Bryan and L did. My sister Mm. the funeral of Mr
team Mrs Kromer said that the Kelly: and children' BUdll'j
O. Baldwin< committee members Voyles' mother m Charleiiton KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Agency I the \ Harold Sutton will carpet had been" replaced on Institution sponsoring down from Oranga S. C. It took the rest. of the
starting : of st. Wil the altar. where )Huirlcan? Thursday Uu.ldy I... with the I II II
president the
General Insurance as Troop 109 II Episcopal week to get. things. back Member F.IU.C
i in Keystone IleiKhts Ha.
hers !! Altar Society for the IXiru hud discolored It. Church Institutional representative -I NAvy stationed In Sin.Ily. no'! focus and ,
I tlCF (JA: The Indies remindedthat '
AUTO-BONUS year. Mrs C L. Ash- were Is Phil Parsons these holiday are long: undj. weekend. they had quests, Mt "Your Friendly Rink In Your Friendly
'"-'eystone !UI&iU 473-4786 I' ter, will be vice president: Mis. Wilbur K.-A! Is on from Keystone Heights. Olynn :, lonesome for her and the 1 and Mrs Johnson of Sparr C mniunit) >.."
The Joe Wallace, secretary; hand every Sunday morningto Rothhummer I ia Assistant ,.children. My aunt. frll. '-lIt'j I
5- sell religious articles in the on Page Ten)
Mrs. Arthur Oodley, : I Scoutmaster.!! I tie Milliard her
'. Their names were rear of the church. !NC'IIOOl' NEWS! '' Mrs. Alta. Jenkins daughtrr'l I

Frigidaire slate of officer pre The date for thj Installation Miss Jean Lively of Melrose;t 1 Terry all of Pompano Iloach.. '
Mavtag by the nominating of officers was changed from I and Elliott Kan of Pulatku 1 and :Mr and Mrs. EJ W."dln'. '

Motorola choliman, Mrs. May 16 to May 0. Inttallutlon were!! winners of the coveted I of "Wnldn" Seigler Nelson, at the April will be held 1 In the church, Arthur Nichols award for outstanding and enjoyed J a flab supper with
{ of the organisation! and ten will be served In the 4-II achievements;j us. incidentally Aunt :'oUtlle!
morning in the recre hall afterward. The time will siibnrrlbos to The Telegraph" BUSINESS
during 1994./ It was announced ,,, DIRECTORY
I hall. They were elected be flora 3 till 3 on Sunday Friday evening during the ut Pumpano and she says It U :
unanimous consent. afternoon. The ladles of St. like Retting a letter from '
YEOMAN'S Sales fashion show held In the Pulatka ,
I NCCW Convention at Edward's in Starkc. and of High School auditoriumThe r homo She In. I'f'mrmb"'l'e.1 In

Beach May 3-6. was St. Mary's in Mucclenny! will ring's, representing the this are an Millie Iiysl. wife ,::,\NTJ.IJ"(. ;\trrf> !SKKVirK: r KntSKKY! :
AIULKOSB\ { > HI. ;) Mrs. Emery Cooper bo invited to Install their officers highest honors In Putnam of the Iflte Pock Illlllard. ; "

Mrs. Lena Clemens will at the seine time. County. were presented by We regret at this writingto The Martin's Place O.C.Carnes

delegate: and alternate Father Thomas Kelly pastor Arthur Nichols. County Clerk,' report that "Uncle Chsr-{Miway 21 between Melrose I| TERRELL'SGulf I Nursery
"Quality and of all three churches will be lie" I II lliwav 100. norahom -23
respectively j before an audience of 280 peo. Strnndberir) butt to b9 and KcvKtoneANTIQUES Service I I
V A bike-sale will be held on:, asked to Install. pie. j j, rushed to Bradford County F.t'SEU: TIKF-S :Mil SB of Stark

-, .__1 Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Wallace The 4-H Boys agricultural i I Hospital last Thursday. Hl.i From 1300 tIp AU Sizes 1 Nursery Stock Thoui

'\ will have the Altar tot' award was won by Carson about the. ,same, a. when t'SED I"l'KNITI'ItPatTT L..brl<->ll..n*.. -.\........ and... of IlamU it Fruit.
TRADE Tr. to .
sdmlttetl. I chooiw "m. Mc
& AUTO May.Mrs.. Kromer gave a reporton Johntry Lawrence Rtdaught and presented, chairman by I to visit or fit send) anyone A card wishing to this "True worth withstands" the K.i.tnii OPEN >7 A.Xf..height. IJO 473-1370 P.M. 'i Shad TrrM. Ergye'ena:
Tent of TIm.
C C: MOTORS the DCCW meeting held in of the Putnam County COm- I fine fellow can wend It to Closed .Holiday.PIIONE I fl Landscape.* riant V plant All any mcontainer .

Supermarketlocated Jacksonville last month Listeners,. room. 104ha has renervatlansthere. 4TV2II.1Pri.IANCES HENDERSON'SService I time. Camellia .A azalea
Mrs. Cooper will take overthe
The first and second" grade!\ Lt tin i1o your! Uvn book-keeping responsibility will leave Hawthorne by train I Well. Just si I promised you Center fI .
In Dountoun Keystone Heights) ( On Iliniiy 100 i -r.N13 SltrlteOl! Mid
I \ : f fI'S.
for the White Elephant lint week's *
to Ocala on nldny 23 and will\ colnnm. Jack I Sturvlnrvt Oil Product mii mm mmuaamm m
Thrift Shop, relieving Mrs eat their lunch Silver and Dirk Hlllliint ram In ROU I hv1.
North Central Florida's Only Auto Supermarket Sutton, who ls stepping Into I Springs I 1 "with twelve bn.iii! They h.i
of the president's shoes The third grade win BO to fairly g-wxl luck in numherI J. H. Till fII.:! Pn.prV(..rIotoroht .t Servit'e lie II, r. OntrmJty ...... .
Mrs. Ashton111 be In the Jacksonville Museum on I but not too much In sue Aathorla-ed >( I'hUco .'lIiing. T....... IlsuitiagP'UFt. rd( S BR. Bath. K. DR.nvloe .

Late Model First Class All Current Year charge of the installation ten. I Tn'!.tdy. We feel that/ we have accompllnhwl SaJooa and Service F.q.u m_t-.t_Tr&I""' .. She!! appointed !Mrs. Clemensto < PERSONALSEddie 1 ",.melhlluJ' "with" ] Servkw'. 0. .\I| MakesTI' OIL- -KF..ROSF'n': ': t. air conditIoning,
take of food Mrs.Kromner KMUO STEREo tnt.r n Hwy 3I-IOO I"... ...
charge ; and Lana Jacoby of this column .Last. Frltfciy. Mr earner ascepleygresad
Trucks Makes & Models the tables; and Mrs.Cooper :New Senyrna' Beach spent the I I I I A"Jri.11I1"01.* called\ "to Jn- I Work G''tnteeuiTV tniAtn. TV Keystone HelClt8! 47S-49O7 a e 4 Tow. *
Rentals,, Bvwh.S.E.McKay.
the di'coratlnsr.Mis. I
If she
quire had not
weekend with their grandparents seen n '
:\Io..t Lcs& (hun Keystone lleIgit's. 47I-4IU1'
100 :\liles
rOIt XAMI'I.I:; Call Piper has donateda Mr and Mn.. J. V. ; lost boat Item in rime* I ...- !!!LlrTYsnop ;
lovely cabinet for vestments! !! Slado. and family.Mr. fie, ..hed her memory a* to the1 \ Realtor

'65 OJds '65 aa a memorial for her brother. and Mrs. J. H Britton details. BO she told us about j Air Conditioners KEYSTONE HEKJlfTS
Mrs. Clemens has asked that vent Sunday with hU alster.Mrs. the Cox's who live next door' 10T .\bo". Co!' tllru SUPERIORBuTec Phone 47S-4 1KST .

'65 Fords Bring Other Dealers' all the ladles patronize their Clara Darts. In Jacksonville : >tM)"tk>n extra Sit Salon ;,
own society' in the purchaseof .... .. '
n r .-nluml T-* '
their 1965 Christmas cards.VERSONILS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO, Spckiptitng. InALt .l AURA:NTSBeidler's ;;
"Last Price" To Mr and Mrs. Tom Cham- Rcfdg.rci.r.a- IHvouatfrlrrn FOSSIl '
,,64; Volkswagen Sedan Us blee and children and Mr. and APPLY FOR L'ALLtGI'LTlOS Ulth Son"IT* OF flr.ttTT(1VLT1RF '
Miss" Annie Cardlnos. : : Holiday

'63 YW Deluxe Bus And \Ve'll Beat It! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie :Mrs.children flynn spent Rothhammer the 'weekend.and Notice I Is herfbr' liven of WHEELER'SDi.count 'Tinting' -- Dyrtnif" Bleaching Inn Restaurant
Cardlnas. entertainedwith crutlaur XtturaJljr Curly Hair
our Intention
to have Introduced
Easter!! hunt on fl'htng at Cedar KeyMrs. op.. .. 9 m-m. T. 5 S lksy..rter nile Fond ,1..1"10", Priced
64 Ford & -Just Ask The Folks an egg In the I 1965 regular session p.m. 01
? Chevrolet Larry Thompson and Retwsei, MMrnM. Kr-.'..'_ .\ S By OPEN::" 7 DAYS WEOO.T
Sunday afternoon. Quests Included I of the Florida" Legislature Appointment Only
children!! of Orlando spent the (flt. A.'U" sIr, RIEP ClInt. AYe. t..n flItuier, ...._... _
Cindy Scales!! Valeria Bill Rear! Co-op
Pick-up Trucks Who Tried U. week with her brother-in-law cresting a public ''J 1 Ala Cart _
Keystone If w Italian Feed.I ..
and Kendall Turner, Both and ulster. Mr. and Mrs. body to be known as ThK.r.ttOn AITO( REPAIK lrMs|; 473-4S3O flEER
Jnckwn. Prissy Dodd. Rickey
Airport Authority I
Olynn Rothhammer N'nrUtw.1
Many\ Other :\lodtls Warren, Stephan<< Thrift and defining Its Goetzman Bros. FnrnKure Si Light
Many;. Mrs' Gordon Poole md:! Jurisdiction over ; .\lIolllln('_ _: KKT5TOXB: HEIGHTS
Herbert Few Annie's aunt I .
eeol'Uhlande In Clay and
MI'!!. Grover B.iker. assisted, daughter<< of canad.'u8 vtxitln : -. Bradford GarageREPAIR :NEW AND: USED!
'58a to '65a Fun Factory Warranty Mrs Cardina with the re- : her mother, Mrs. I* W !, the membership Counties, providingfor of the WORK Furnitur Apnlliuirm .!Ii I ED r.\irs
freahmt-nta. I Authority and MOTOR noIsy .
i defining thepowers' prNTn o
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Clem- Hanks
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stevensr of pent'Wednesdarxrtth and duties of said.: rORTABLR t'EIflTNOAla. Uied Cars
from Singapore have been;r mom Jacksonville Authority Lawn -OntWvtrdMMnr ) KEYSTONEHouse
/.1 We Havpnlf Got If --- WeIll Get It! MrVand Mr*. and 3-T Shop
living! at M\tthrvm' \ Manor .1. H Britton. Dated this 20th day of April : of Bargains
since February an.111\ be, 1965. hwy .21 Keystone ITMcTlts' Bay S411 Trade
leaving next month again.) Mr and Mrs. Robert Jonee :Next, to IVHvo-tn. ThvatraPhon 3 Block.. :North
THE-SPOT FINANCING City Of Keystone Heights of Hlway toil S mL SoaUl
.O BANK and daughter of Jacksonxllle
The Steven are very good) By' Joy O Baker 4711104Ntt I ,..... Reed tlireicirrs of Stark.rb.OV .
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.TTTTTTTTYTYTTYTTYY.TT Hospital.[ grade class to her home for wonderful time. I, M. Sims Sr. day. evcnuig. ||., riiinllr: Nnteh" 'IShipman. .
hunt List week Mrs. Ray Miller Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs. B, B. llel.Hn- Iu.' 'r i I'.n. "nl.' fir- Mny A. t)., U4S: othorwlw, th.lti .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elder an Easter egg We are happy to report that ,;, < ; I ur: i'n\: : : : .
I T..I..1'h "u1I >irAtlonM .r Haiti Complaintwill
Kingsley Lake and son of Jacksonville. Mr There were 31 students partl-I and Mrs. Elms beck celebrated: their 24th Johnny Scott to Improving: andwouii I 11..1.I i ,. in I'lmii'Hiv.'' I nod von t h. taken a1 cnnr....i1 br
and Mrs. Dewayne Elder and clpuUng: along with their I II Rlggs: were in Jacksonville on wedding anniversary last visitors'I' .11 r.,.plll|.' ',vl" ,In. Morv.i a ,rnpy or you...
| ,
like to have 1 "lIr \.r' ,pl.adlna to this. of
iMiml lith day April
business last Wednesday. ,, Monday
children of State Farm and | teacher. Mrs. R. S. MulUns.and Mil 1 II' H: '1"" \IM-K\II: I ....10.. I'lititiiliilnt. on tho "'''In. A. n.. I9HS.
Mrs. E. M. Nortwl'hune Larry Elder were all Sunday I Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Peavy Mr. an 1 :'tea: Ray MU::r and He feels like talking: now so | Til ,l."."I'h| '1" ,'.n..inlnin. .. I ilirAiKniifv." M I. (HKAL: )
two of the mothers Mrs. Randy 'h. ;rt Us of Mr and that can please to8t'e .. t II M I homed C, (0"I ('har.... A. Darby
/5332081TTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTT dinner guests of Mrs E. O. and sons spent the Easter anyone go 01 \.I! Ill I..t IIIK' \v"mmI ... ,
I ,. 1 I-1.1 I "ot 1 mill t in ril ill- .
., th.rUIf'U'J C'lnrk of Circuit Court
Merrill Edwards> and Mrs. Lois I Mrs C. L. 11. k v and son of 11''" a. III1.r .
Elder. holidays in Ocllla Oa. him '
I .... ,. in tin < 1'10.< i.r the I Bradford County, Florid
I I" I I. I 'Ifl. ,1' II" .
... .
Susan Macy Invited her :2nd! : McColIough Evryone 'had al I Mrs. Peavy's mother. Mrs. J. Oiecn Cov Sp. last Tues it 'lilt' ,I' .d.'.. ..p. 111,1 I ., i L I ,,l I .1 I ml' I tilHll, Ills| 4t a/'

Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.

Training Evening Worship.Onion 6:45 8:00:: p.p. m.m. ARE YOU PLAYING FOOD FAIR'S FANTASTIC( $20,000.00 CASH GAME? -; : --"i -r-------------.,

Midweek Prayer Meeting S BONTT5 1 HONt7& 1
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev (BINGO I 3EBXIVGOrntxm i iPn.ZR
B. T. Peavy pastor. "Come SLIP I ; BLIP t
let ua worship together" / 1 1
Rev. H. H. Mott Of Brooke tt I
re brought Sunday's messages BAs BiN f500 I I =50

In the absence of our pastor. GAME GAME
E. M. Norton and son attended -
the Royal Ambassador U-2 6.4s

Congress In Ocala April 18

and Sunbeams IT. met at the Macy '" THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ALREADY CLIP THESE IZr. Gr

home last Wednesday at ter- GIVEN AWAY!...... THOUSANDS MORE SLIPS TO STAAKE.! ; eo _
noon for an Easter egg hunt 1
counselors present. They hada -".. '11 j v PST AUGUSTINE i .AUGUSTINE ONLY.Ii .
wonderful time. :::!(:::::::::\:\:::::.-1tiVti'1lNtiA::::::::::::::: :&tt&::::::: <:.:::*:::wALL ::\::::.: ::-:::l';:::;:\::.YVh.1TSH\NH>v: :::!\N;:::::::::::::::::!V:::::!S4':S:::::::'!::.NHS'Ht:!::!:!!:!N::: ;Y:::!::SY\ti1S\HH\V.\SHS4:!:::::::::: ::!:!!::!!:!.VH:':.'.N"SH.vr' :.tA":::.: .1':':::=':'::::" :a ... :...-!_ : _!_
We welcome to our com
munity Mr. and Mrs. Wallace

works Kingsley with the Lake.Florida Mr. WLu NA- .rrrrrrr .r rrrrrrrr LOlf,
tional Guard In Camp Bland-I

Ing and Mrs. Wise la employedat nrtr E rchants II c:
the University Medical ] "
Center 1n OalnN 1Ue.
Mrs. J. f.. Bradley and Melanie E I GREEN: STAMPS) j jj B10E BLUE
day In Jacksonville with Mr. RIBBON
and Mrs. J. M. Warren. While GREEN STAMPS ; s
there they visited little Lynne (
Warren who Is a patient. In
Hope Haven Hospital [.T.] al ANY BONELESS RUMP/ROUND .

Mrs. Chester Wise and Mrs. I SIRLOIN TIP OR TENDER EYE J wt
O. P. Odom of Starke attended BEEF ROAST t tI
the funeral last week of LB( LB
Frank Taylor in Cocoa Interment IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU'f CIIVl! WITH TOUR PU CMASr 45: '
was in Crosby Lake .___t. _r YOID MIT.. 4-28-6S -M- --
Cemetery.! Mr. Taylor was a .. .
brother of Mrs. Odom. By The Piece-Smoked IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111111111111111 11111111111111111111 i -- -: _
Mrs. Orady B. Bishop visited I "" 1-1
her sister Mrs. Rose Harris YOUR CHOICE I KV' Vo WITH' FOOD FAIR FYNE-TASTE : !:. 1
clenny: who Hospital.Mrs. Is a patient. In Mac- SLAB BACON LB. 39 I 'Hit ITXTI A '1'- _.,l. I

J. M. Bradley' has an : MERCHANTS. GREEN !!2'S.
Easter weekend guests her COFFEE La CAN :tt.y'i.J9 La BAC 49 ; axI:1: : : SUAVE.IN :
daughter Mm. Carolyn 0'- < TY OR PlIers) .
cntJ 1IN.
Ouln. and three children of BONELESS ROUND88C ..Itaa ... : .HI..II/1 CREME RINSE 1

Marietta. da. MIX SAVE 15tl FACIAL TISSUE:4:2: ; : :: :";"::"':::::-': :
Charles Crews and BLUE RIBBON -- -

their Mrs. staler Earl: Mrs Crawford Pace vtsltrd Ix-wU. BEEF CUBE STEAKS...e.ea....98'' SALE IL( = ENEX WHITE UOCTO OR FLY COLORS) 3 O P 45/1 i srl :\: 7" J

of Hetlbronn Springs on Mon QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A' LARGE 'MEATY B .MMM.IMMM.rwrr .
iIIIIiI ............OI...n. IXTNA' '- "' J

Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs.V. 'OOD'411t.1I4ND.ct..".". F..".*, F..... N. and Mr. and FOOO,>
Mrs. Jimmy Bradley andthree BEEF STEAKS.ONI014......OR...e"u.............\X69 C CAKE CHOCOtATf*;VAMtL.LA FHOl-iHi 0* tI DETERGENT WHITE GIANT OR BOX BLUB 49 4 t-QID: SHAMPOO_. NN./I I
daughters, all of Jackson N. '-' .
I MIT MA'lHID t OTOf 5 :: ::,: .
vl He. VERI.BMT ......unn ...... I. 1.21./S-- ---

Mr. children and Mrs J Mr.B and Crawfordand Mrs. CHEESE SPREAD.........?>.??.,...49 FYNE-TASTE CALIFORNIA YELLOW: Cli NO HALVES OR SLICES !f. _........ -:
10 I 99
._ ...I-
O rald Crawford'and children FARMER GRAYSKINLESS
... _.
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin n.. 'KO .39CALASKA PEACHES 14.1CANS 6 F I': r/sCe ..flU !. N t :
and children all went on awry FRANKS...............
enjoyable boat ride lat ..........."........a : : MERHANTSGREEMSTAMPS.,,N. n.MN *fl .N..w {
AY a

Saturday Eureka landing They'/ on began the at Okla-the BREADED HEAY.N.t SHRIMP......1iUaOJ.!........(..?l" ;' .: m. ANY CANDY 11.00 PURCHAK OF !:

waha River and traveled ._ *
: w l/ -"''''''' 44.
down the OUawaha and .. I MenlunU | I I J MOTch nt. /If' Z ..awry .------. 1..,3I-!-----..
Silver Rivers all the way to 1-\ i .W.O"J _,-'_ C b? ry' .--N- -
Sliver Spring and back. They ..BN araa agNIsle.| [ \ -.ryMMe1 : -.h:: _,. :
stopped and had a picnic a _.....J_ ,
;; & .....
lunch on the river bank. I I : r1.rMERCHANTS. axrrvx 1..p 1.- _"-1. ... S
Mrs. Billy Meeks of Keystone SAVE I .

Mrs. Grady.HelBhta Bishop vLiItoj last Mr. Sat-and GLEEM tooth paste..53'SAVE :::': :::: L i rZ$ LADY.t .1.GREEN FAIR ;U.STAMPS: 1C 10.. J!

urday.Mr. !
.. !
and Mr A. W Osylwd.Jr. COMET 51< GILLETTE DOUBLE EDGE : ".... ..........,.,
and children visited their
parents. Mr and Mrs A. W. STAINLESS BLADES '' 94'a= :I___ :7.U-----! :;
.. ..
Oaytord 8r. of O'Brien. UU r. u..uu :
.. ..
weekend, and Mr. and Mn. J. ) I.
W. Barra of Branford Also < r '_. .
c. ,..... '.. N .
visiting there was Mrs. Oajr- CLEANSER .C4LL014CA'ACIT'f sxTt.AI -
tord'a Hunt sister of Ft. Walton Mrs. Catherine Beach WASTE CAN.............................. I i i MERCHANTS. ..GREEN, ,STAMPS :

We were. sorry to hear of the REDS/51.00-ASSORTED FROZEN l u.. CUF MATFAIRCOTTAGE 1
accident of Mr and Mrs Clinton : ttJD CHEESe 5
14oz CAN MORTON POT PIES 6iJISAVE ) .. .....__..___....._
Buff of Jacksonville" Mrs. : .. 11I'.
............. .-_____ .. f-n-------.
Buff is a aUter\ to Mrs. C R.

Whitehead. and Mri. Msxle!! 10* I CROWN MUSTARD OR TOMATO SAUCE : '

Carter E. H Norton Br and family had BAR B Q SAUCE 11.. .TL B 9c I I' ] _-"'.h ot.- 1-1

as Sunday afternoon vl.Itir: .....,.............. .. ,,..,. ,, ''' ,nIM/N araaM--' ..

Mr. and Mrs. M C. Hartleyand HAPPY VALE. REG 2/25* x, 'i MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
four children: Mrs Clrgtnla J
Rhoden and ..n. and PEAS I It I LhPi.FARMERORAYSWEET .
Joey and Artie. Thornton all ....................... r i (%to BACON :

of Phil JacknontHI Eider.\ Tommy Thomas rl $ SAVE 1841 I ON 6. WHOLE KERNEL :.-------.j.-.J: ; : :::=== !)

and John Harold Andrews -
pent Friday and Saturday .. .......... .: .. 1
eamptrur and fUMna on the __
Santa F* RJ,.,.,. L.1 ti4.4tse,1
and children: visited Mr. aryl
Mrs. M C Du.*!er! In Jack ORANGES 10 .39* D'AMJOU PEARS 2..39' FASHION DOLL
lIOI1w' Mrs. Du *er Is still
a patient In Grant Haven
A. L..... J.OQ
I ile Y.I... D...... C
+ lot Rhin ,.., 88
d.u, / NIIA, N..I..I.I
I lltti F:
/ I co. ,
Jillf'Y 1 ,, ............ .....
Premium Quality ,-"
"P.ov by FrktV' I i Basics s.syor.t.1'65 .j
1 LEMONS / i Aar

1 A// jet f war S9 -:=.::'

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pa... f E.pir.t April 2.. 1965 I
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Call Collect Grade "A" Fresh
376-88SS I HENS

G.hM.ille I f Up or Whole LB.STEWING .


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2''! 196S:

Ail John Bird. The mobile home I ment In Tallahassee Florid "PasHlon Play1' In the amph I l"l'ln. I Vn v.1...'... itoiild I h.> ,mark. :, i>rxpiiu'n, 'v<'ini|1.1..1.l t operation. n..IJ.. (Jot hIerg I II..dl.. I K;Aratunar rimng-lilui.d. H..rn4v, "')'nn U.JO 2.HI) any' "prop.'liMlonirlnir'i-l., real, to p.rllC.n,1 th. l IIIp..y..r. ormlxnl \:
eel "WKAI.KTJ: 1'ltOf'OHAf. I..n of the unit. lltc.
KEYSTONE r sites overlooking Paradise State vs Duke U. ;theatre In Lake Wales. ? They w fit. 104.16 J It Kolly for unpuld i laze.. .ptnaltle -
Al I'l'nCIIASl) OH' I IKHrXTKIA.TIlAtiTOfl I I'I', leie, nmlntenaniinnnuuJ -. harry Jr..n 4754, .... .... Tinnam -
Mltlnnitl .l
Lake. seem/ like the ideal location -I E. C. Firestone brother of toured the area seeing Bok : 1/OAUKII. ; ANIIACKIIlllt :::1\. And parti hat ;fur the I. It uiirri... 27.55 Tux UullxitorBruddird and. .., ,tingib1"p.' '> !
( !," tOlI1ll.II', | unit. An.-l.. W ",'Ifrl. 4.\ II CuUnl) Flit .
high cool wooded:!, Mrs. Ethel Weyman hue returned Tower and than went on over It 4/22 | property lux, payrn.anil .
(2) bv ul inllt
HIGHLIGHTSI ( 1'roponHl shall > rity Couti.-ll of City Of Stark 1..I"h Ihittia 21.IItilarke
Oielst too far from town. to his former home In to Tampa rcturlnff Sunduy. tli. Hinount. uf lanea In-
and not t I..d In I trliillt-atc FloridaHy Oult JoI"rvlc.. "tatin 41.VII .
I 13) flId.I.. .... i.iiiNf. ailh. ..-r. t" Slerrlll Udwurda: I and close to the school. The i Keystone Helxhts for an extended On Easter Sunday we hada lercie JoIl..lIoli 25.1):' ) provided a fulluw
I I ai'i'i VI,./,t lutis. .ifly." 'tilt 1 IIUC iiUvvlHtlun .r Merrill KdwardH: "citv flerk41S V .1 HUIl"n 11I.lIi of lit41. notir I* herpliyriven ltd penaittea are '
(Continued from Page Eight I Andrsons came to Keystone stay. He was formerly Hmall family reunion of my from, UIHHH ..|"ieulfl. <-.tfM at 4UMITICR Jack 1111. 5,17 that Intmiirtttlo' .pronulproperty Mm, 1 'hHjI: ;l Ai>kr !if 1 s 42t..litie ;,
I associated with Dun Immediate .mother. t Ovtull In w h..h. L.yni HHtwuwfd for 1984 M f
Heights from Youngstown! Pangborn; I family. My MIH or tiny -- .- t" linniliton lIes: taxes W. Hurlron 3: ""
mM friends of the Don Shackle-: ] their product ilnnii. not fleet. th" : IIITO .. .rt1'\1.lo". 1'11 lIank"rtt"n 5.55 art now dUiuiiint' and begin Olatly .
In the lumber business hereuntil Mrs. of Gnlnciville t HMr !
Ohio. Ruby Dyal Hall H. Everett
I minimum I,, ..CIUIl..K| ? ,. of th'aeepuifIcntiona. IIK';|..TKH: KlfTirio) .HNtitlra i 'huI. Jier.Iy5iI 8.63 nlnif' with April lnt *.... h tM..*. .. .
ford! Ernisl and Don having Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Malmuren he retired. Mra. Fire- ; my sister l Mra. Nell. Na- nuiHt hu "xi>lalnt -, 1. II Itarp.r 455 are drttM'Inir. In..1. at.. 1 percent It1, Onorne 1"fluethtlen 3.A4

she grown up In Gainesville to- and< children of Washington stone plans to come .later but bore and Him; my aunt, Mri,.. . bat tltwlr, bill.l the. undemlKntMl., umler. the I.d"Iyd... lI..rtt.., JellsCialoti "at t.1 pul. .1.1 ll.liltiir. I .
gether. D. C. were visiting last due to a death In her family Geneva Johnson all of Waldo; tie. .. /Harold K. :Ntiriuan 1.78
bevi (. ) i'rIvee HIV to Int-'lti'l' of chaiiti-r HV.IIIll.* : l I4twc .f'e.e.ptt, !t': Ulld..holld loll this foIltnteaa. the tnatntaSd.
Glad to see Dot I Mrs. week In Keystone Heights. she has been delayed.Mrs. my sister, Mrs. Carolyn Kelly livery to tlin. ,'It)' Hall. t4..rk.. lit Fliirldn ,\'I..t 1841. willrouUter Itunry. It .lIn..n lit r,5 uppuKlt .mch name bk.ware MiuirUcVlnuiil., to 1.08I'Iiniett U
R Frank I Nooney home again ) Klorlila.' with the Clwrk. ul thrlri'Ult .. 1.lIlh..r .I HiPI' JI.I'7 puld' before the I.. day LJohnl Law
They to see Dr. Malmgren's Agnes; anti children, of Orang J. K.
Stawai- rome (a I PPdurul" ,ICx.lMaami: HUttRules Court .In and for Brft.l..1./ frhy. ..611. lUll tux .'a.uti.tnii willmalta I Kelly:
4rom the hospital after father Axel Malmgren rence who is aunt of Mr. Park arid Charlie Owens or taxi ttiinot aiiplk'Hhland Cord County FlnrldH. upon, r.- Edwartl It J"'k."n II U I thwi,'con and ht* (....lIv..1to Tat l'oliettirlirtidrord

second trip. Hope she won't and Mrs. Malmgren's father, Firestone Is convalescing In Bell were here. Mother, Carolyn nhotild'" nut. l I." Incluilfil, I Iny. replt of proof of publication. ofi "t"raw... Jenkits FI..t! 447 the .sheriff for. Nupon County. F'ia
put overdo and bleak her stitches .,..I' price, Rxmnntlnn certlflMitnn this notk-v. tho fli'tltlou.. nun. ,.. I I Curl I. Jnhne 145
I J. O. Hanson both of whom the Starke Nursing Horn and the seven children l lfiirnlHhuil 100 .. ,
cor ( I If riMiulrfil t art to f Pf-yton Klorl. undxr wlil<'hw \\1.11I"... Joh".n 1:1.: ""
again! are Keystone resldjnts.: after a serious Illness and atended church and Sunt'lay Ijv thr iiiipc'fMHfiiHI'Mcr .. are united. In bualnoni at A n Johnson. II Sun 0Streit's

vei age Ed Huscey Is In Baltlt-nor Mrs. Sigrid Davis of Detroit hospital stay at Bradford. School In Melrowe, while Jack the C'liy.ll anil. will I be fllK-d out by; Fla.II* 8. ''I'hllmp"." St., Markf* I"'o'd'IIr.y..lIlIf lot.. j8 I

visiting his parents and other I Mich left Monday for County. Hospital. Mrs. Lawrence Charlie and myself stayed around <( All IIMili-rn. .. miiKt. furnlol, "IfnritnV.. Holiert., .1,. and t .\.1. C Kirkland a 4.47 Q3 I AMBULANCE SERVICE

wo; members of hU family having her home after visiting with passed her 84th bIrthday home barbe- bites, i>rlrn for! comiil, "' I ic ntil, :-IlIn.',. \V. Kolcr. (. 12211 mneatRoad. .. F'" I.av.'n.l'r 13.M"
to preparing H|",i>|fid.| /HolVKViT, Hlililor ny, Hlarkn.. Klu.. x..lii o.. n..iImleil ... H A t.awaon. PHONE 964-2600
1car gone especially to see his her sister and brothor-in-law. :: last month. Cheer card cue. In the afternoon all of ulmilt unit i>rlo. .,.a (or any..... I this. Im' dnynf Aprfl( .7cm... Z Lee 1113.21 4.47 I

sister! who had just been discharged Air. and Mrs. Henry Fluegge :I will help her greatly as she 1 Is our children and Rick and tru' optional. oqnlpnii-nt, or ..... A. I>. l 116/1!) / at Mtorke.' Bradford. ...... itttner LoLL 4.iI DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD
I onworloa. .Ihut. hv recta. meritfcoiiMl .. C'onnty.' Florida
I.l'.rry i
I I..yont
from the hospital of the Villa Plum- quite lonesome. 2.55
proprieters Tina and Mrs. Art Wheele
ins . chi Easter Sunday guests of Joe osa Motel.Mr. I ;Mr. and: Mrs. LouIs Kyle came down for the little one Ill) PilloW ,uh, tllHi-onnt i If I -- (I .I "5IIJritt II,. sill H Q3 I In'ru'Jo Witt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

and Helen Wallace wers Mrs.Wallace's any. In .,"..'" i,rovl..lJ. '\ ,: MIIIII".n: : Starke. Fla.
and Mrs. Harry Arrnins have had Mr. Kyle's three to have their egg hunt In .. 41.111'Ac
pnflC I (5)!) tllfldxr by I
< wurmnta .
I provided hy chnoierAim 2J7z! tav's U. ., ship 12 SI''
two sisters Mrs. R. and: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wlou- brothers and their wives visit the of the t thu prltt .
\ !! even Ins:, some group; tilflfllna; I ihHt of lull.N..tit'" *la herciryKlven M.eey .14.'rs'tt. e ".Uo" 41 UII SERVICES
A. Wells and Mrs. IsabellcEdwards from Schnectady. N. Y. rinotpil I In MH i>'..|....itil. will' l Jo' I 'Urh..r,1 RENTAL,
tat ans ing them recently. Mr. Freeman fished. Jack and Charlie got that tangible peraonapron !t!, M..y 1410 III!
Mrs. Wallace's two firm for a tierltul fkf Klxty 11')1 ..rty' tnxi-a .nnxenm-il. for .,ChllIS J JoJ Stiller' lioflpIUI Bedim Wheel Chairs CrntebM
: recent' and I ; ,
guests of Mr. has .
tlo I were I Kyle of Orlando one bass while Aunt Geneva flaya. from tli. ilalo of i.iil. npnnIfiir of I'jfl' are n"w Ih..l taren... Moore 2 It.
Circes) Mrs. J. R. McDonald Mrs. Charles Wallenlus. They I been seriously ill for some T. C. and Mike Htood on the unities .ithrwlHf atateil.,. 'liient' anti heitlnnlnir. April let/ S'w"u tttUtlo S WI
and three children: and &Xr.\ were on their way home to months and entered the University dock: and got 14 bream' -bout (5' >rlKht The City In n-jin-t l'o"n11 any I reerve.the or ulblila atli-h'latea are drawing 'Intfnatof fdU1a* K. Ncwms'n 7..1

dhL and Mis. George B. Dlnsmore I their home In Palm Beach. I of Florida Medical tho Hlze of my little finger! to willItiformalltlrN I end on,pr'tnrtt'tnal.ust" pfneiil. cur month i.>f puhllxhhiK pliiMthA .- Sew harold M.'h..1 K 4ortnun('I\.n..r.. sa.3 III 1Ir

Jr and three sons; and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sasscr Center for diagnostic twit: Mrs. Johnny Ron wa* Ii! lu nocfpt I... .any hid they,Intvrrtunf they, thin notice .'.nl...... nimt
George B. Dlnsmore. Sr., all deem to in the amnunta net (ipimalto. .."uhnam E"wnr" L Uv.tO" 4.. T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBINGON
guests of Mr. Mrs. B. fromS.
were P.
His brothers. Kyle Stnrke Saturday' evening: to I the City. ..t $Hturk .* ....low..'" |alil before. the Den. P..,. F'nppss. II 3M r
of Jacksonville; and Mr. and Roy Bridges for Easter Sun- (10) All I hili. must' be stgn.din l .
Charleston W. Virginia attend the wedding and reception lit flay. of MiiV.. 11'85 witrranla. Jtiinoi r. Pn"l..h :S I U''
S Mrs. F. L. Stephens of Ndson's day. Mr. Basser Is studying and Dr. E. I. Kyle of Plainfield of her nelce Miss Ink. liy HU offlcor uf the< will' In limned. thereon dlrei>tln.r Jn.5, ,. J'.rH', 5o, i 17
Point in Keystone.Mr. for his! Ph. degree at the University N. J. were In Orlando Mary Schmitt. Ginger helped I"all".n" the. pnrt. tor levy, upon"peraonal the aeUum property of thtaiiirlblif .. Lestor"IIIIp. Pre'all 86' JoI'rvle.. Stat ::1.1 M i II lit;:\

and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc of Florida. Mrs. Sas.ter and stopped off with the Key- cut the wedding cake and the. Ultlilor .to i oiiiHy 's' Itt, Hi the taMpKyera for unpaid/ taiea, Pn Shop .1 !9ft I CALL24HOURS
and and Wilbur Nsalof of I II ho, .nbovi Inxtrnc-tlonti tony] penoltluH ,nnd. ) additional' ,roi-tn. f. I' Rut.,...
Mr. Mrs.
M 113
is librarian at the Florida His- .
stone Kyles on their return served. Mary Was married. to rest,, "It,I I In bid. ri>ji">rtlon.lit Tim, of ..
nnmo llniiient perlt..fl ".at tate
| It Ia. "
M Lake Santa Fe. had a nice torical Library. They live In to W. Virginia! and New Jerey. ( I ) Illddi-r shiLl I I ntittC, will ,
Billy Ray Miller:! In a beautiful II,terat, aonul i 'property I taxpayerii and HI..p 4:.3l 1; A DAY
ti uren.vorIn
hlH ompl *
tofo 'tl'lp over the Easter weekend. Cross Creek and serve as custodians While the four Kyle home ceremony before the proiHiaitl.. the, upec'lfli'atlona" ..f the ,iiiiiounln" of taxm Inrln.ttnitIha Norman f. .Idtll" 1 ;1.
They went to Lake Wales to .. "i-npt of HdvertlalliK. and lhflral .. H"ctl.11i Curt." ",,',41
A of the Margery Ken- brothers were together Mr. Immediate I IliA fiirnplftiunit. ,, and' u.11 P Itliiuli
family on date. mnntlia'' ,penalty, ..,. a> follow M.Yln. Ilosi'r. 12 1. n.YClI.96I)291XITF.e.J.I. :)
see the Passion Play on Good nen Rawllngs home. Mrs. and Mrs. John Powers former The young couple] will live In .<*.. propoH iniirkcdUl in. furnlMh, ahiili bcl *: Jan,.. V howe. I .7
H Friday. On Saturday they Rawlings was a well known of the Kylce A Adklna. 8.1111 hay .\ $."lzsrsr. ::11 -. .
neighbors Brunswick. Ga. ( I : U Is. tho ''n..nt..f thliapoplflintlon Hroward 96 '1-8391:)
47 .
Akrldif" 4 I'lv/t:! %f 14.' aft'
visited Father Connie Daugh- author and her greatest work "Hello". to rover rut nirnumreqiirenente. '
dropped by to say Mrs. W. I.. Aye.r .Hnw < (I. sowAaile ) "t-utlrity ilti lnve.t C'O'P 71 Ill
Dunce Bucky; 11..1', shy
erty former pastor at St. WilIarn's was "The Yearling." Arthur Barber of Melrose item nut 'ov"r..d, | by I Ililn .aperlriuntlnn. .. .. .* Ttvutllnywnnd ItS $0 lI..h.t .I t4hann.n U ,1411
ond left last
loct< ] Catholic Church now Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hughes and friend fo many Keyston- Bunny Friday; hut regulritd.. for 'In'trndtid rtiirlon 4.47 JoIln'lulr .I4erv $tatl'n. 147"
Carl llfk
M 271
and went to Tomoka H"tt"h.h "''nk 447
stationed in Bradenton. They i of Houston Texas were visiting era underwent surgery on State ai">rv)4H) of tbls tqtililuriit. "' hell, llurawn. .. II Ill) Pauline fI''lInk' "G T.I. fdERSEREAU PLUMBING
Park near Daytont Beach. alinll, bu, liiulurtuil. In Hid I.d. I.
ctft attended the Easter Midnight fl T lli'iineit 37Hlll'a ."" Arnold I Q 8mllh :! 3t -
I: '; Mrs. Hughes' mother, Mrs. April 16 at the University; *>,'. prupoHMl. .
ftc They set and Mr. lirlvv Inn ( "Hul 1 tltnllh fro: lt n
up camp :
Mans said by Father Connie, Ethel Weyman. for a week's :Mrs. it 1' ;t"I trt'.t1', ibNS: ,
Medical Center. Mr. and | ..
Bunco joined, them that night.On .FIHC. IJonel Sally| Ann Hlak r nft.14 VIptitiI&,' ")ttntlh :/1/ iS
n while in Bradenton and returned vacation. Their son, Lowery Stanley LaCoste. close friend Ira Itlulork Joa1 I Kim % 1111am T Pntth it :
home Sunday after- Saturday they spent the 'IJI't41fltAI.I TKAPTOK UtIle 1 ,l.lHht: 4 47 StItth..rn::: Steno: ,. It TV :2i: ItI I
flla Is a student at Duke University of Mr. Barber report that he day at Daytona Beach along nr': <|Tr'l'EI| WITH A KIIO.NT' I Harold ilt.rte a.n5 J01I1 berte "Iii & COli.",,,,,.I C"
in Durham. N. C. studying is improving slowly but will KNf;: I'-l ).M'Kll ANIl IIA.CKHOI'" :. Marion: \ M. I low. .Ita V:n.l I I 2tu:: 47
noon.Welcome to Mr. and Mrs. veterinary medicine. At with the 35,000 other bead I'lii4 trai'ior. niall| I I !b. an hidiiMtrlHl loll I fried, Jo!: Hr..ittl.p 25.3O "...,. 1IF H I T Thorn I
a not; be able to have visitorsuntil lovers. Bundiiy: morning they . rati-d, <1 I rio' I..' with rnluIrtntnt V l. llrldicea. 4 47 'Trot's. hop I i3:: f. Cut Those
Leslie Anderson first residentsof the time hit parents! were the last! of the week. ; r qulrilli' ,,,,ilitH' ,'...rl"ed aifollows I''..111.I..h., / ,. 3.41.t I IHnrnev 14lindttr,1, Truck If..p. JI It

$1p BlH the Sunrise Park Mobile I visiting in Keystone he was I Mr. and Mrs. Royal Shultlu. attended sunrise service, on : (I llrlnann.. 2'i..HI: "..,k.. flry l'I.'H J'4\ -...
Homos Sites. developed by the river bnnk and it was 1-'IISIo:: :: :J A Ilrnuka-Vlulury' Uldv tt 80 stark. 1I..lw. II;'. !9.1. 4t Bills
I playing baseball In a tourna-\ I who have been winter visitors moat Impressive. Stake .. .. .. .. rHI.etloreetowr Arthur I. ririiakv 2.inIdninry Mt5rkt lnn'a In.' 1.1 i. .11 Repair
at the home of Mr. Shultis' ) .. __ 40I < I. llrown awl I) V Sterttna. ;:11:, 1 II* 1
I The ROMS. family would like I ilfcplili'ttrnplit. I IH I cubic',, I InchtfiNiiuibir HIIIII, llrown 11 HU) JameS .starling. '4 8'\ withNatural "
1 nephew. Royal Montgomery to call to tho attention otheir ? or 'v llnd...ia .. 4 Milton t> Carter 41"'in .tarliny. 7 1545
: on Spring: Lake left last week 'THANH.MIM.SKlN. ( : .Htandnril 4' f Fl Cliaffeo lit At 11.32 Tteims' "t.lInlC :3: tIlt '

for their home at Sun Prairie I neighbors the fact that NiiHd| I'hllllp VVuvnx I c'liaix-e III 5K j"e'tde. "III'k..1.. II 1 i:
I their Siamese cat "Cheny" iimlsttlng. I-'I'KN, TANK: CAI'AC'ITY-: 1.KUllOIIM 1..: I'it)' Kluh Meni, 31 It I. in.It* f.h: I Ott.ronje. .47'' ., Gas
Wla We hope they did not ('111... Hervlrr. Htullun' 21 I II I I 1"11." t4tlltctt" 4 to
FLORIDATHEATRE. I experience any flood havoc. In I They left him on KltO.NT AX I CAI'ACITV: / : I.. I'olonlnl,', KlorUI .1:1:' ..1:11: !oj 7 t'7, 'nn..r II. St.I .
their steps one morning about Olio poiindxTlllhXS I 't.iri.tlt'e. I. (1..u.ln'r. | I 11.V7 \\' I Thlap I" 71
their area. two weeks and havo notsee' ) : : .'..ltun I'roilucera,,.. Aatoc! Ii 1.7i I It I. 't'h'nae .113 --
Mrs. Vivian Sanders, her ago, "0.-1.60, .x l U I ply Henry. K! fin 4.47 1.lIn.: I'Io.iea 4 4T
daughter Mrs. Betty Graham ,! him since. The kids miss rc..n.-14"1 x 24 4 plyC'WTCIl IViirh. Crawford 10.71''' N'rman i'I l'' '' 4 41 For "care free," "trouble free" heating, cooking
him. and : Kixil, llpvratttd' r..II.. J Imnlela. 447 'I 1.13
' StatIon
and Mrs. Graham's daughter I Johnny snya linger HHAKEH: Inillvlduul. font. 015' o W liuvla '.M! > 1 JoIIIIII l'hurttton I t1M"'II and water heating; there's nothing: like Natural!

Almanda. from Neptune gave her own cat ttwuy. Have <*rni..d lleea 447tJainea 44 U
M f. Turner Gas and it's economical too. It's Instant iff
any ideas of his whereabouts HTKKHINOl'nw; : l ,rIIACKIIliK \V .I'i.. k..n 7 oft I IWilliam It.ul. Tyson. 1.12 ,
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. :: shall I Ii,. dutgnedanti A tiiKkatuiler. 447II \.n 1'.I.hllJ .105 clean and is ) there.
would like safe it's supply always
.they to know.
Jack Haberstroh last week. rated tu. illtr lu .a dupth Hlu I* rioliKlaa.. :21 14 ('city "'..r. S 51I ,

OPENING TIME Keystone Is the former homeof I )Mr. and, Mrs. Roy Griffin ft>rt.Awlnic I ...y....'. .Karin Hupply.. 11.l'Thninaa < vei.i.. .n.all" 11.1t..
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY and family had quite a groupof Art : Uninterrupted l, ice "Ii JoI": ,,"." 9 "" 'o..h, It W.rro.t 1".71" GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE
Mrs. Sanders' family. .\..IJ...... .M Kiinlre; b A>iVaarn .....1..1 It W.'etia 411'''
C C:4S; P.M. guests last, weekend. Roy'. Hwlnu rnnttiklPo: t iiuoratxlHtal FNiriijrlh 4.111, ida 51,*. WIIII"u.. 'ate I 53
lll.. Ini. "pcndvutly, 0:0': "' ,.. 4 4T .. STARKE NATURAL GAS
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 brother, John and Tom Ko- > r: Kluyd. J Kilt ll I ""c..m..n tI wlm.
: MELROSEContinued I garty of, Tallahassee cam to Irollril"tatilt..r. Vul'itssnda4WIthI : JiirrJll, $iluri'lu.II.V 'Jr ".. It !11,1"\:,3 \ "Worth 11I..u t'f It1 Wilson I"la.. Ito 41.7'0.*.. ,, CITY HALL PHONE 961-2351&

fish) on Saturday and need lee, I pivot I in'tlonItiKkvt .il]..ur"" iluthlierK' Jr a .6
I Mliib wldilirihinir .->, ;
THURS. FRI. APRIL 22 23 riiiiiiilurd' _
to tub full!
sny- they got a I iyp... -- -- .
I Betty's parent. Mr. and Mrs. I'" y..ut OapiHlty: I IR.OHO) puunrla. -- __ : -: -

( from Pago ElwhtJ] Auttle Holbrook of t'lunt r.'n", tNT:: KM: i 1 14 >,Ai I KK:
i IliirkclMlnlmtlni. I width" t.i iolfitn ,
.fl spent the weekend with her City came to visit the griind- tli. full. treed. width o(
: and MI'II. Carl rhlldren and to see Betty und til. t tra.'ior w" lnti'* with .a miniiitiini '- AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
parents Mr. vaiiiivlly of |4 iubu fi-fi..
HaxKlund. on Swan Lake. Roy I...inI'" claaritnfi ( full h'lKhtj)

Mrs. Billy Singleton U In T C.. Jeff and" I took T. C. H. Cud, S Ini.lionIHtfiiluK .
I u> lh (flat.) 4 In- -: --- -.:
l" .: ;;:
the Medical Center In O-alnra- up to 1 Dr. Hugh Hnoton Mon.' ch.... I ._ ----- = : _ _-_=_ _=_9

dny Afternoon. W* had to go Tilt "traotor shell ha furnlahvrlwith I

vllle.Mr.: and Mrs. Paul King to the brace! factory to get full flow t.w..I.' ..II.I AUTO _SALES_nn___ SERVICE ; AUTO SALES &SEIIV1CK |HKA1ITY SCHOOl. Iotoreyde.e4cooterBarkley :
I filler, fuel l nyatoni fll. footutnlliutid -
and Miss Reds Tiller spent hlH brace, lengthened two Infhos I I It rot II'.*. mutt.|.Iet t a t I- Pontiac I Learn Cofrrplet Bus uty Bicycle Shop

theweekend with relatives I since February check. volt wli-i ,irlful. ayalpni. all .IIIMOIIaitry Motors, Inc. Tropical I CultureClrl.WomenSiei, \
for ,In ,
tickets rtiiilrvd'| I HONDA MOTORCTCLE3Cnnhman ,
and friends In Hartsvllle. 8. up! (ille was your "Bradford Blnllallnit. nf front enl. loader I S Inc. Tuition Bodfrtm' I

I County, Poster Boy" thin. year.) art eg'ho.. hour ni'tvr furlHtiiiite. I TRIUMPH FREE FLACEMKNT A Vrop Iknuea&IB."AZ.ncbpp oot"*

C.Mr.. and Mrs. John Simmons We had a close call when a :oil prvaaur. ., ifHucrv.: tllperettr. FIATS TRUCK OMC CKN'IKH!:: Count
.' KHIIMT. .nlhel.r. ttrtaiiipurn IIIIXMAN a. 8VNBEA1'OL"Q : Special Bnuh-Up
and children of Orlando wind, storm sprang up. A. hour .battery. rornplvtchydraulla I \ PONTIAC '!Central HairstylIng r Motorcycle* Bl A Servia
the weekend with her we were traveling from thedoctor's .ayitrm and <>ontroitBlKiiitd ,
RLD. spent d<- and,, rated. to o|>''rnl.i 220 N W. Sth AY4I. GaInesville BCHWINN BlCYCUSaI :
parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. office to the brace : all ..h.Ii.i.t.nt| lipdflflad at theirIntendiMl We Sprrtollxp<< In 3"2-2543 !I, College I Locksmith &; Safe Work

Ford. shop a live wire broke and I
<13 W. Vntrtnity AT*,
. ... (hoodiii.I ,
and Mechanic
two h'n.itiiitt. r ir Factory Trained
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. B. Smithof fell across the top of the car. I S1.-tIOS
SATURDAY APRIL 24 Dobbs Ferry. N. Y. recently We thought A dozen firecracker Thtf i I'.t..r. Imckhn, Mini. ll. CLEAN USED CARS Replicars, Inc. :- .! flaivww.IIti' nl711j

visited Col. and Mrs. E. E. had gone off Inside It. It I, .front vtid... ikMtilnr ahall b*. ii.sItineI .- I lie N. MAIN\ Imported car Sportallatr CAIMKTSHouse:
In operate aa K coniplut
\: DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Klrkputrlck. burned a streak. across. the unit aa rvvoinmwndvd ny the> Oln.**lll. STt-4171 It (lr. ('.:nB.liZ:; I II..F..ROlJO

fc( Mr. and Mrs. Richard Canty top of the car so we three manufacturer. Ear tli. lnt.ndi. >ilaervlcn. .\ of Carpets
l he ileilveredcn..pletely .
and children of Flint Mich. feel quite lucky today just It .aiweiiilil ahull .>Ml. lul.rUnand JEEP .q"m.' : '. Only Crp* j

u,1toi UritMAckedtlCr are spending the week with to be alive! !<.
: Edward ? The supplier of this .iulp-" ., S E. Recrnd' l St. OnlnovUl -- .
Mr. and Mrs. We have Jtmt -
her parents flnlshod celcbnitlng theft nhnVI ..I...., provld. KAMnLEK "torUt"1: U.F.r. \\\ij

D. Long necker.Mr. your delivery boy. Ii) A un..-,._r warrantyrtiHrlna America" l"ne"t Economy Oa II I Tal. .'tWUI MOOt.KN) ; TlKKI:> n

L //i Vi >>2 D D"7fTtA and Mrs. Tom Spurlock Jeff Mlller'H birthday. His on' I 1bi romplet complete"" parla unit front andlabtir Slat aDd Service I Expert tnitnllation: WilES IT'S TIKE: TO SlOTS

Jr. and daughter of MIami daddy presented him with a the d iate nf delivery.X ..tLOSItLVAGEPau1's Ml No. Jl: ,.ln-376.SttlJ Call

spent the weekend with ticket to take him and two ( ) .\ aari .It'tt repre.'nttiVe Ridgway Motor Co. f o ,1:1f": 'lila GAIMUSVIIXKMayflower

his parents. Mr. and Mr.. Tom of his. buddies to the car races I at tlnia of delivery lu I""ctNEW I Auto SalvageWe -h,

EWILDNESS Spurlock Sr. In Gitlni>HVllle soon. They 1131 A Main ('IiI IS HAWS Inc.Cull .

I Mi. and Mrs. R. M. Canon went last week and did they tneelnf' 111..JI Buy Wrecked CM At Collect :376-BM4\

had as guests last Friday got the fever! So tonight our I! TOP PRICES A. & J. Saw
B & G Motors Co. 'IAIT': K CLASS
I Mrs. CK-orire Thigpen of East II young son In now eleven years "U :Make A Model. ford! I & Mower Co. _

Pnlatka and daughter Mrs., old.,
TADITXAC-OI.I>H MOBILE Part Joe An I W. D. Weddle and son of Folk. I tried to rind out BALES A SEKVICE I Teletype' Servk'e'-We, WU Chain Saw's

I Gainesville. I what Wndell Wallace" Is goingto i Y'ie! Selection of Isd Cal's rind Any Part For To*. .I 8AUKS: ., SFR\"CY.: Glass Co.
Mrs. Nettl! Mann and grandchildren do with those greenishblue ECONOMY\ .
Taken On Cadillac Trade
Repairs' Tartu: AU \fakes Jt" .% Ir.E PUHTS
f; ins.vIlI. 37<-4Ilt
Patricia. Nancy. *
Plus Muaon-Bull jars you have 1001 N. \V. 13th. RL 441 I' 4rart7" TrvtnrJ072 '4I....
I Evelyn end John of Jacksonville -I been Inquiring about and allI CHAMPION I riinsr.: m-Tits 441 N. PaM Stock Yard 6 Iereic. T.Li. :Mirror* Slldla. Ooor*

i spent Saturday with Mr. I can get out of him la I that I N K': Blvd Oa nwvllN Tab gnrlo'uervs' II""" ...

I and !Mrs W O. P1'eston.I he I Is working on the secretof 1JDeo1n'e"c'etnf't Vir Condi lion in Heating Phone :ST2-3SS' \ I lIners WIn g.
= \ "How to t'SED CARS Just Off? Wuhlo. R .Tl,
Handle .
I. ('arp"'t'Allp.p"'r Ster*
y t i(? .t /
l .::11rCP' "V" l" ,,-" .J" ..a-..' and Intends to jar it up. 54t6k t Authortr Bales St 8.rvU: c)5.-I-'rF': : .i'tO1)1TC'flTIST front ('.ns.U. Uo'".

(1 I ) 01' I INDIAN BEACH Since I refuse to let him give CraneLincolnMercury RUSS'S SHEET lie NW SUUentb 8V
.. : THAT Aii. YOURCtI'rR
I blQ9. :; f- J my Jack one of these he FOUNTAIN PEN flkT"JP'VTI.T.P 372.515?

.. .... just won't divulge his IIM> yet, ONLY : METAL, INC. liE "R"CT
"' .. ><< Are all as. curious I I PTtrisi
I 1'- "' ., fj U feme* I (Continued from Page Eight 1 yon as "I E. Cnlvvnlty. Ar. I'LATiXO
.. M_... I've heard of leverat who 1.79 I Edward Building

'1f. .'_MMAMWJOiV, for luncheon on Kimter.': think they hay. located OalnenWe 373-4491 lIthlC
1.'I.' JfI ,. J I one COSTS LESS TO BlTf I ED5IISJI. Ford--Volvo-' Supply Inc. Ocala Chrome
\ lot of neighbors of
VV'hnt a entry these particular for
jars Air '
4 ... L, UJ1J.f IWlm'Jcoofl: ... COSTS LEn TO >US*I USED CARS 7U !*. "laln-JTI4H44Johnson
Jt.rlIr '\) ,. I wf nreV.! > let our good! him. So until w* find outI I IOal".II1oo Plating:, Inc.Copper. .
# < htftchd 1118 smith Main rr 4Tw'vw1' I 5' V. A
l..II1IIIdIaIt.proven .
t..It;;...... IJ v *' Cs,. !II friend Finest KrvelH, Ret Into guess It I tat "Curiosity killed S ile endabllq mU-. sn-uu Shawl )fetal I Nickel. ChromroraCVdnUum.

... ; W1 St. Laiko'f TluHpltAl. have the cat- but didn't satisfaction lana of*MIFimotn I! 'lfOP.'i' 'I'1PI.IE4" : Ufiml' Finishing
; '
iirRory. anil! fret homo! with- bring him back"* DODGK n\RT 2320 N.E.!: 1U! Terenee I Con Bunlne
4W j f Chalet 014
't: ._ .V !! out telling you nbout It. He DODCB TRfCKSPooleGable (iAtSF.S'ILLK376FlIt & Fans, Inc. AVTIQI ( I.F.A.NLNO:
Rmew petlli : /
I I"l rcp C' I I.t., rim nnI I"" line medium. of held. ("sw'crtl!'"c Un. ofIIFFn.rl
for trying: to stay "inactive"whk'h > >TH H: To llll>l>.'". V tIon&IIJ.-.s-. I'aed I 'vvrs Industrial Hard Chrome

In. prnctlcnlly: impossible. NtlTIOM: IS IIKItKIIV': 'IIIVRN: Ff'r.TI' 1UC NF. lad. tv... Ou.nul. .
Motors'ne mNon!. lit K'itnM'etI'IJPit
Mon. Tues. 25 For this congenial fish. camp that''' th.. citr CuminliMlon' .>f tli.Clly .......-.. ....... Automatic Tron
Sun. 26 27 t'-SSl.
Apr. of Hinrk !I. .<''.'II.'nc' 1d .I5a. ,. I 5upr..q.,
1111' I Revel has hail' .. ........ .. S. B.! ht Avt. GalneirlU
uvvnor. '' for ,.i.i. lilda. wMih' will' 1 he 4.- M.d 'We Rent r-rti'lr. Spreader" .'
her hand. full : every cottage r.e.Ive.' l hy the Cay Clerk ..fIlir tad. ne IN .......... .. __ PIIONK ntUnFOR Automatic r
< 'My ..r mark. until .lM5.CMsJLiter City 134 VW 8th AT.pnO'F TYI'EWRrrERSHancock
_ "A J'wiy.fjWJy pro\ociri\e produLtiont Illleil up over Raster': weekend" 7 .UU I' M I 'rii..i.y. May 4.UU. LEASE
and l no rrmny fishing boats ranted ... tvhlrh' llmith. ..,. will. !
\ anti needed care. We only D* .P..I l anil rra.l .MiMh'lr. 10.. 1" )% New Three Boy Transmission. Inc. Pta: Office
tl the Otr! oiincll' ,' PfKK: Oil. SKKICrSUUun .
hope she will not be the next "" at the rily Hall KMIITIIH : Equ1I'tENTSmithCoronsAutAopd. : "'::
i2)) on U.S. 301 Repair. A E..tua.. \HIKS. : WF.AIt,
one In the hospital n for u : UNR 'IX J jFm
Near Farmers MrkMNo !
WHTIir! TliAlTIMt KUT'll'fEil
All MakeS
eat! !: WITH! A KKONT: KXDLO / Experience N .,""ry Cherry'snRFSSFS !' o..a.1'CIaI'J'"lrtTet&1Ia
Mr" and( Mm. Wilbur Neal t'KK' "SO 1'\o'KilOJo! : as ....... ""' ... TRICKS A C.Ut '
RICHARD PETIiU: and "Mr and Mm. Leo Le- .'.....11...... h.n., _I "b" .......... RId TraIning Some DnnomtUl''r.eW4 O'I1Je.. 7.'o't FIJllionbi4'" AcVUrw
I UE'.KIt.t.: : IS t'ult!.\T'OS' Financing Av*tUbl*. Xtachfany. Calculator,
BURTON OTOOLE Blanc of Keystone. Club F.s- (ttt II will" bf the ...10'| ,,,.,,..n. f For Further Information Address P'or Ladies! SALES' -SERVTCB-: RETTTALa'

tatea: chon the "perfect tlm'or !! Ilillity. ''if .the Iilil.lpr! lo lUllrirKrrannallv M'rtfl'TIU WORK Gt"\R \N'TEED- -."t1TS -..CO ITS .SAVE' : TIME-__ yew T...
.11 mall hi I. Mtii I It
a trip. What other time t.. tl,.. i"lt!> t'lvrk'n. ..trl'! i iCtu Bradford County \'II.TIII: IS BI'DGET PL.\of: JIITFRVTTYVFR *.lrnn. .nt. with us tint.53S .

than Kaiter:. In any more *IK- CIH .t .xtnrkx. ., Plurlda "nr P.O. H""v SU7_"" !'". .'. 1409 S MainGaJnnvUl ACCES ORIFJi N Main St Gainesville
.. hrf..rt ,ih< cluntnc.. hour ant Telegraph -I I 104 W. TJnlfrity O&lMn11e
I I i ,
iiflcuntt)* Vending\ the talc. shown abow fur rt.,.ipl u( J tk..oa' UUHA.. S12-S1' Pbone 31'5"1FE
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iimsD.vr. APHIT. :22.!: ises BR.OFT corvrr Tr.t.F.R.\t': T."t.Rr. n.mtTn\ _ _ _ _ _ _. 1'\" rtcrrarChrist :

I School. 10 a m. Worship. II a. and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. I tI..J.\y lat week. after funeral refreshment were served by known Si Chitrlca) "1C rinadnrkur.Li Inwlnic:
: '.rran, a.fliiir .
I m. and 8 p. m. Training' Brooks in Mt. Dora Sunday. ser\-ice earlier In Jatkuonvllle. the hostesses.' I 4,IIIt .%iI I Ton. Clrfc-fp Trm .< with I
Is Union. 7 p. m. Family Night | Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts. PERSONALS I .Imatcr... liutniiera. "n front lamlnar.

Brotherhood. WMU. YWA. ': Mr:, and Mrs. Wayne Norman. His widow Llsala Rowe I,I I Mr. and Mis Don Ne'A mans! In-Imlai Ifce. .. 4 iinrl llraritfurri. ;;;. Tk*. (..Cnaatr ....h..1'lIh. U,.. lira with anil.t"'_turn,"al. I >."

RA. and OA each 2nd and 4th Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rondez Roberts. warn rained in Htunp-I HEWS slid son were dinner guests of rlurlilx. In rrohni*. .... (*..h.,-< 'inmlm uranica.TliH .
The Answer Thursday. 8 p. m. Prayer and children and little Miss ton and several members oftheir her pnientfl. Mr. and Mrs ,In m I.f: .M.foy. .Hiilil.,.. l.Ity. ''..lIoo'U Holier' -

Service %Wednesday:! 8 p. m. j Debra Wilson of Miami wen : families are also burled ';; EArl DobtM of Unlford Sun. 'I -011, \\All I.It.I'ruil'. 1'iiieamilTH t
By Church of Ood: Sunday I with local I !1 All of the Dobb's children !- .\ Of atafcka
visiting over the weekend i, In the cemetery.U day. H.\vlim CUInta itr 'a i > i "Mini II i >f iMty ;
HeCharle Sc1ool. 10 a. m. Worship 11 : Mr*. Bcuhih Norman. These' U; :MF.KTMMr ,i BRTIIRLLlll'ltCII; 8.U"n visited& them for EaAlot-r. ..Hunt. Said Kmntu.: : :41'.iih. ,. K-l.Tlita. ,

llar\ey a. m. and 7:30: p. m. YPE: are her chlldrel1'anj Ei-aixl-j: .. George Kennnn was Easter guests of Mr. and bniitiriint V.iu.,, iiiul iton anil 01 rwtulrml you .ttrti to h.n.Ufi- :My%.l. rlIt"..trll1 Kawarda:< Kilwurtl;' CItY ('1..rk

Pastor .First Haptist Church each Wednesday, 7:30: p. nu children. hoatesM TuwHlay morning& for Sunday School 10 a. ,* Mrs. Lois Newmans were their m "HI any i..lalina:, anil:: ilmtiaiiil I :.:: I i is at 49;,

PERSONALS Mr and Mrs. Earl Denmark. membern of Hsnir-ton LltiptlstWMtT : ,oring; S rvloJ.. JI.. m. children and Mra. Charlesi 44 1,1.1.. you in 11111'.' .n( you .
ilia antnti> oiM S
hjtve naMliiftl
inn) ;
l.awtey Fla. Miss Arthurine Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dsn- at )hor home south of Training Union *:30 p. in i Newmanll'And children of .'",. .rr..n| Whiia, ,ilnKaK-

of Jacksonville spent the mark visited their 'n'sothor. il.impton. livening: St rvico. 7::311 p. m Qalnesvllle. and Mr. and Mrs. nil.. .lale. .. or shill, I'...."1)'. t" lit"Oiiniit STARKE
weekend with Miss Enza Mis. Lois Carter over the!, The projrram. "The Homo l Midweek Service TV* Kenneth Kllxsori: and baby. : '. KMitrlila.Jinliio at of his llrmlfiTrtO'iinn. .'fl.'" III
Blessed Lord And Sav-
The structed her to put the map\ Blanchard. weekend. and also visited Mr. Building iltiwiuiviry. : Cvncrpts" 7 p.III.-lhv. W. L N.wD1t1011nn'lIl'lI Mr. and Mis. Harold Crew'santi I.I I".' ,'uu ni Iliuiiw. of MlitCount .
,ur Jesus Christ Said. 1 Am : together again. In a short James John (Pepper 1 Dab- and Mrs. George ShuXord and was presented by Mrs K.: L. | children were guests of 1)' at. "mnrkv' KlurlUawiihln I II' BUSINESS
Of The World il'rhat nlv. liiiiliir. humllia I rrmii"
|the Light : while the i
little girl happily ney and Dwight Allen (Isaltyl'1 1Pel children and Mr. aldoIl'S.. :Int. : UK ClOt his brother-in-law and slstrr I .. I him. nf the Ural" illIlIia'
Followeth Me Shall Not displayed the ntav completely! i kina of Jacksonville Beach'I Leon Starling and family. hiKE AU'AKIIH$ /n KNI : l.S.' 301.) Ij.ulr .. Fbi Mr. and Mi.*. Curtis Dukes I',r ilila., nnltia" (Cat: 'h i'I.iliu I orl DIRECTORY
alk In Darkness.; Out Shall assembled. The father iwu'. with their ) l.'."*.., ahull he I In w?111"I ... S iiItitill l
spent last weekend | Mi. Alma Starling of and family In Lake City Sun-
Light Of Life. \ I \ I I Sixty-four awards fur bicyclesafety .,.1" I lhi' > .I'liire. nf r.41 I.I 1'il
Have Lie I very much surprised, and: ; grandparents., Rev. and MIa.\ Sta.rke observed her flSKh went prvHrnUul hut Suntl.iy School. 10 a. in.Moriilnif .,''I| d..". < I n.... nnil. ,n net nfflcv a Why Is t U that man walks out said: "Why how did you do I John Perkins. birthday anniversary with a wn k at Hutnptoii Rlrmvntsry Worship It u m Mr. and \Mrs Lloyd PuditrttI I I I"\,' laintHltl, .ui.% mmII, Im. acorn I .\1TTOTtFPAIIIS
of the Lori; :: The i liy Ihi I, claimant' I. his a'*<>iil ,
of the way it darling? You don't know' Mrs. L. H. Hinote and Mrs I dinner given py her children.: School. according to Pilnulpal F.vnInf ervte. 7:30:: p. m I and daughter spent the weekend nm I atliiriipv.,: sit.1: a.isy aiuHlatin i I II

answer is given. Christ declares anything about geography> *'" O. J. Phillips enjoyed Friday at the home of her son. V. L. Richard Jockvl.I I Yrl'' WodneMd.iy, 7:30:: l.III.- with thlr oti-ln-luw' and I "r Urinaiiil" nul ".. rilml Earl's Garage
it Is because we refuse The little girl replied. ''Th re and Mrs 'II Robert Yates. Al-O and .....1... RudOlph nhitll t.., void.Nil' .
dinner with Mr. St.erUng. on East f Bunday.l!I The bicycle Rrwul-eo, sponsored pustwrMADISON Ii, daughter Mnurl.'" .101.1", Ins WhileMmirliK ALL KI't1I1t! or
followers of and!
to. be Him. ; i I was a picture of. Jesus on the I I James Phillip in Starke. Those taking. pt In this county, by the I Hupp, and baby of savannah. : JiiikinVhlt, .<*. ..". Afro IMPAIR WORK
He his decUred all that will other aide daddy and I knew I fIr llulMMt' Will amiT" ,
I i Mrs.\ Walter Martin had all happy affair weia Mr. and ] STREET: Qa. .
Club Included
Stark Woimn':
Jetrer.uflWillie. All Work Qunrante4
Him shall never walk I limii-nl nf M.'t'OY
follow 1
when I had: Jesus lit the right of her ,family at dinner Sun- Mrs. Odell Green 01 Dundoe! U wrItten test. on bicycle..; BAPTIST CHVKCII I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crosby I; ilCt'5a0dA Phc.... M32WBo.
In darkness but shall have; place. the whole world would day. Those enjoying this were Mrs. Lucia Thomas. Mr. and 900 Block W. Maclhwn St. and baby of Ocala were 1 7. MIMMM. ... ..111.Attu.i'il.'Y .
I then erich *tiiri<>nt who WalDiit 8trtt
I siifety, / ,
this'darkfleaa .. .
life .
of What 1s H: rutrli Sill
light r. r
the be all right Man needs to and I '
Mr. and Mrs, Ken Martin and l Mrs. Orudy Nettle. Mrs. Joan received an ftivaril" Also pu s*'>1 guests of his parents. -tr. i "HThlnl' Pt'.
that man put Jesus In the right pled family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I Richards. Mr. and Mrs. RAlph Avtnrdn We are glad to hiwe you at I Mi's. L. A. CroBbf. Himduynleht. '{"In.nU., t 1"I.t, AUTO 8CUVICB:
Without. Christ as Saviour I, today. In older to do tlJa. I Prater and family of Jackson Nettles. Mr. 'and Mr*. Robert a rkUnff holder ir I I all of our service: Sunday*.-,'I I. list piililli-allml. I .\i.nit I U. I I"'IC' ?.

man alksln despair he ualka man must accept HIM as Sav I ville. Mr and Mr. Don Martin Carlton and 'their families! bicycle license' pl.ile Church In Study \8:43: a. m Mrs. Eunice\ Don of Jsrkonvllle :- f.n f'' I S Gilbert S. Brown
of Anerieanshield
without hope In this life or In. iour. and let ItIcome; into and chlldicu.. and Mrs. In the shape an 1 Church In Woishlp.1" 11 A. m and, Mrs Mary Kelly
( I : :Mr and Mr. Thomas Cooper, i also a mir reflector. I :?\.i'I'I( .1.1.1 Ktnndunl Oil Service Station!
life eternal. he walks In doubt. that heart and become a new Ralph Martin and family and I and Mr and Mrs. OveWaNewmans and 7:30: p. m. Church InI of Tninv vtiltcd Mr. and :S..II\a.,., \I'* hnrhy itl\..U Hint. I. '
and surely man walks withoutthe creature in Chi'lab by being :I the Clifford Martin families| of Jacksonville Mr SIxty-on awards were given' I Training, 6:15: p. m., Wednesday I Mrs. Kenneth William I and k .111 I It'e I 1.111'''., whu. wna. i unIn ATrh\'I!
out at an assembly .i..I. llm 1 r H. l'I.'rlo"' >
blessed assurance of the born again .Then that roan of St"rke.Il: ,.* Phi Us MartinI!II ..nd Mrs. Frank Cruce. and school programat I : Family Night and Midweek \ I Mr. and Mr. C. C. Crosby 'i.'ioin I.,' rnp, ih. H'liithvrn, tOol, rI. ( TITLES DATTCRICABildKt
testimony. of the words of the Kill sec the world In a differ. of Quito, Ecuador and }[r. family and Miss Catherine. the Tuaixlay. April Worship. 0:30: p. m. I Tuesday. if, i", Jm.kniinvlil I t I- I \ Term JUxul Service
old hymn "Blessed I I). ant three others. to ntu- iim t>iii-rml'.-r 1'I I
blessed HOlnt'l'omling. ion. iii Phono M-TOT1
ent light he will have CQrnlnata: "
compassion and Mrt. Sdn- H&nnen. An. Cruce of Green Cove Springs.! Mr. and Mr*. IA'< TUIteiI .... li. .mil., of the .
Assurance Jesus Is Mine! Oh for the 1OST. and other gueat WM Miss Jan !ttOamcr William Starling and chlldr@1Mrs. \, dfnta who were abwent, were I MllYl.: Dully' Bible. I and baby of JncknoiivllleNpent I i rip.Ia..r..t.| or 'Ill I''''1..1. I rcveitmlluunr. I ,OT N. Txupht. _.....11HURST'S -

What A Foretaste Of Glory will walk, in the light of service of Minneapolis. Minn brothers presented I later. 1 School. June 7-18 the weekend with their ,hlw viiilnllnna l am* p'liti'lia''l. j
Saul .
Paullrtt .
Heir Of Salvation ) If a atutl-nt I L. itnpx| twice l ,in.t ,..r l IC nn.|.irniliil. neiit"li *
Divine. I in honor of Christ Yes I Mrs. Paul DmlUns of Bt and sister In .the. afternoon i Felck-r Rowan pastor I rnuidpitrentt' Mr and Mrs >> fivK nionilK. t" ili i I 4 I. anilIHili .
Purchased Of Ood. Born Of Christ Is the Answervvvvyyy by a policeman for riling ablcyclo ,.. fur I IM '
Augustine. aivl Mr and Mrs.. enjoyed an egg hunt I C. C. Crosby Other weekend 'I! on iiruliallmi Service Station
everyone t
His Spirit Washed In His Illegally Mr JoikelsalJ. MUST BAPTISTfllURfll. ,inr.. kill aiiiny" fin. ..lelllrli l )
.. Jim Dutron of Jacksonville! and baseball I !, uents' e f:the. Cronbya wet ..t ,'
.. a game.Mr ; he lose the awnnl. : 1 I i'II i InHiaiM lltianl 43n miN LiibrK-atlon,
Blood. .YY .TYTYYLAVTEY ) were vWtlpa p, 1. DtuUns at ) and Mrs. W. B. Starling. ST4IIKE Mr. and Mrs OWl Crawfordof > I tjllI'IhtSP'moi'( r'iiiii.<,1... at 1'1. ..nll. .lrM 'tlfI'. -
An infidel father readlnic' { TIC. ::\IKTRRV: CI-K 'N-I I' Sermons. for Sunday" Apr.j raanlar' nn. >*lln*. .
home and Mrs. Ulnklns In the children Yo'er.lsIUPR I Onevll! and Mr. and t .
and /K now I J Guurlyesr Tire A B Ur1H
I.nk Ulna liii-ita it
Remember this Is
the Sunday paper saw a picture \ i hospital' over the wevkend: Mrs. Stalling' mother and Saturday :33: Moi'ninrg.-4tept'rtt And Do-. Mr. Sol Moiigtuul of J" cksoiivillf. i t n., IK ,-|I'. .Murlmui. llm K. VIriinivu. I I1 ROAD JllfIRVW"W!
of a wotld map, he cut clean-up day at hampton Iluve. Mark 1'15.: ; Kvenliiij .
Easter dinner, guests of Mrs I other relative. In Tampa ovrt' >. t.t ty''I. .
the map out Mjen. cut in Into By Lass Blanrhard MaeVells .*ere' MX. aiij Mrs I the weekend.We I Cemetery. hIring/ your. own ChrltilUn Sclf-Contrpl.. l Peter Mr. and Mr'. Leo Rlchnrdon \1 '\."'. '.lti' ',. K soi r'luilila Stroll 1.1'lo\ I I MI-KT: MHTAI.: \VOHK
little pieces then he called;! I louis and equipment' on l como 1:13-35: \ :
Joe Dorko. Mr. and MrsArthur are pieced to report 1 of Jacksonville. and Mi'and 4 I II.: 3l' \ I I' :

his little daughter and In- i., .................... Qreen. Donna and Art, that Mrs P. V Dtitklns is Improving and V.\ FHM. IHtni-: Weekly schMult-7:30 Sunday, 'Mrs I.vx>n Crosby. *n4: U'. lill Illltnliru I II Thompson Sheet
Worohlp 11 a. in. : p. m
of the State Farm and !.Ir' In Bradford County children "of Brunswick ()I' .
I \ 7 find4.Mli Works
OPEN Horse' FL\.NM.D: : and Next week I I. set for a Suttduv School 0:4J: u. m L A Mn'ilvailr Metal
and Mrs. Nell Phillips I Hospital and ex ecU! to. be st visited Mr slid Ml >il Illiln Will H<-
Rev and Mrs. John Perkins I Kenny of Gainesville( I' time this week. hou..*-to-hnUMe cunvnAi. for the TrainIng Union 6-15: Crosby II1J i daughter Sunday | > Th' niv a'...''n.'I.' if Th All TypeMetnl: : Work
home some '
WILLIAMSJEWELRY will\ pbserve their 35th wedding and I cancer crti.<..<1. In the Hampton Wednesday, '- Family\ NIght Ulnii I'in nr Hnirki. fliil-l'la. M Tiia ESTIMATES. FABRICATION
Mrs O J. Anders Mrs. \Mr and Mr. P le Todor They s'ere nil mict' j' flit I Unit(. In. Klutk. Klurlilit, ,
anniversary! with an open O .1. Phillips were vIaIthg.1nGainesville and son of Gainesville Chuck area Including) home Supper. 8'15: I Prayer Meeting. of Mr. and Mrs.. Jlmniv Cros. !I !Km II I. : u '" ''I'! -k :' "t" Ian AND INSTALLATION

house at the Methodist' parsonage Friday. Moore of* Lake City Junior i| from hampton Lake to Highi 7; p. m.Methodist. by. J Tlini TuaaiUt: Anil.Mil, ,.1".I I.. .III Ml I Illil"Whit II."e.1 .It He*ting .*. Air ('.".d. Ny\ .t.....

on Sunday afternoon.Apr Mrs Joyce Futcli spent the College. and the Tom Casey i k way 100. Afi; and Mr* Biddy Cadl, I Will I I Hi l'IIIlh"I MIII.II il I Ph. o.I' .o1... HH 18P1Rt.. 1

REPAIRS 33. from 2 to S o'clockAll Carter holiday with her sons family were E' *. fr dinner I The annual I drive for fund Church and children. of Jitcksonvlll A.III. llim.l. M.m.l I Hit. 'I'tii rul I !

membeis and friends 0: and wives. %tr. and Mrs. Terry gues .t of Mr. and( Mr*. W. F. !I bv the Am.rlcan C ni-.r Society vOrlu-d his pitrenta. Mr .and f

:MACHINE the church are InvttrdIT Futch and Mr. and Mr*. Ralph [ Moor ant Rene. In the I is to help In. ,the contlnulnjr Schedule' : for the week: Mr. Warren Ciullc. Sunday.Don't .

ENGRAVING .\ :MEETING: Futch in Black Mountain.& N.j j afternoon the children enjoyed i 1: program of ,.*...rch. edUfatlon Friday -- llrowiUe Troop forget the drug at 'j '

SCHOOL JEWELRY The Lawiry School PTA met C Mrs Ralph Futch' mother. hunting eggs. and *i>rvc| .. :J\tl'll. Dim 404 mt. 3:15.: DayHu Iltwnjr. Church! Bntiir Spanish Moss!

DIAMONDS: Tuesday nlnht. Apr. II.: with Mis. C. O Rerae of Palatka.!I Mr snj Mr*. Leslie Phillip Hdl l I. serving .nji'rhalrnian Sunday Church School,, day" night at 7:30: EVlryone'b I
the Mrs Mllo I the Hampton area In the I 10.8 II a. and
president accompanied Mrs Futch for and family of Jacksonvtll3>> : ; Worship| m
I. D. BRACELETS Smith presiding County Su.perlnt.ndcnt I the vltlt.UUs spent* Sunday with Mrs. O. J. hoiiHe-to-hnu campalirn. and I 7:30: p. m. Snick Supper for Invlt.tJ, t<> atrtrivl.n '_ .,

CHARMS ETC. T L. ,Casey de- Elizabeth Terry was I I Phillips and Mrs. Hinote. ''anI voli* worker would I MVF, A p. In. Youth Meetings, IIfA; : tlTU'1JI. HUT
cribfd Improvements that vbltinz, Mrs c E Strickland Mr and Mm. Lester Dobbs be "ppl'f'Cl.If'( l 4:30.: _

Stark. Fla. will be made in Job!! school In in Oalrwvvine the latter part of OalnetlU spent. Sunday Canisters will be placed In Monday Girt Seoul Troop''I .I. Th.. Ix. MH%..I.4 Of.'.'l T h. .I.I.OIIKIInila
the near future. and Miss' of the week wttho.1r and Mr*. A. D the tm-al stores for the convenlenc tIM nwtlng :3 ':10\ Gist Scout .. ....... ." *l.irl."lain _ _ or it

Paula Kirkland special education Mr. ai 4 Mrs. Tom Whaley, ', of those who. hum. | Troop 007 muellng 4 :30i I I, iir p.tat.: i i nrl _
I. klinwiII ,
I 4' l to':: l U..N.I.i r Is
teacher dl cttiwed' the and family and Mr and Mrs. ren't r,*chxl In the hou..*. i Tuesday\ Cub Scout Pack' .. ,I1iitlva, | M |1.1'\.1| :".. C'. _____ FIn. Peat Control

ARE TERMITES program topic. "Lending II I nab Smith and children of' lo-hniw rnvMi. 70 nicru.. in Fellowship! Hall,,, .........1.1NU' ,, '
helplpg hand to reading! .- The Jacksonville spent Saturday. ( 1 S'EhtrtON.tIi4: i 17:30: p. mI \ !'1I'r] Ti > ,'U/.:1'11'111111' i:: 33'J!) K. Cull 90I-396S
the Mro. U.ll.. War. I I. I Wednesday Junior Chou,'I 'In AM! I'r.IiI'.Ie, Ai iJ. Ml .ivrl
DESTROYINGYOUR room count was won by I' with .their mother and sister.Mm. visiting -" 1I..n., hides C'I..h", 'I' lsaa'iI'' --
4th grade and re>fr*.hmer! t.* Nellie' WUklnon and roar Hamilton with her brother | prmotlce. 4 ::30. Prayer Moet. ., A.'n.t' M.i.t l 10.1.10<) _

were served by the eth grade Mrs. Daisy Bock: and JIOD. anti "ltr>ln-Uw> Mr. and p f I In*'. 7:30ThurMlay: ..V".., an.1 l ."...h uf ar t>
h sari emiulratl
HOME? uui nliv I Ii..l ifri *l
room mothers. )fro and Mrs. R. L. Bradley Br. 1"n. II. E. )Hr.. Verdi Salter. .ami dttughUr. -, Apr 31! -Chancel]I I', ,.....-", aii> i-UIni, ....1 ilenianiliHhlrli
CHI'BCH "rTn'rTlY-II held their usual Easter family On KjltUy' th.y *ll visited j Choir rehearsal! 1:30: p m. ynu, "r .lfhr ..f. r..ui <,
FREE rbene 46-II.. liava naalnai llm iela6 I ln al1C l lI
Orac Methodic Sunday grt-togrther, Those taking i' their| nlM *. Mr. Mu. Edwards: I VI I IIHKiIti I hur. alxi: himwn mt
: Service P'UtMT rlfloNIIVTt.RUNI : '. I* >. l.. ,...., (,11.\1.11'\, lit E:E
INSPECTION School 943.: Worship part In this affair were Mr ....... .... I in 'lUnJlm.< i harlea K: Ll..I. ; l H _
., .. Omnt: ,
*. Ham. and 7:30: p. m sod Mrs .WiUum Smith ,of |l. > T *' Brown. Hal UthIIr i riirncii' .1 1 .l-'lir1.t,1. ..t"|h'. ',.I(i ,Ihi Hrinlfonl. I'IMIIIIV. .|.II.>KIl '). WOUI{ "; ;'fUI.TES''

ttd4t ThtCS. It't l MYF each Wednesday I p. m Ktsrke'. Mr and Mrs A Q MOrT8.", ktIIPt,11P. "aTlI..n.plon ;"o. Ardel Hrannen anti \V.V IU.ii Urlld1I"1..r: "V Ilrn.l.rrt. ,." "PI.J 1" ___

: Prayer Circle II..a m Monday Smith of Keyilot Height. played ,the *ecorvi| Mil J...l. M** Ilr.jin<*,ii of Iipm.Iv.a ,...CIuI V'i....'C 'ItnuO0 1
$ rk'hrdulo for week $err'tlrtgAprIl 111 I .....rll.-. 111,1'. 'cTll ( "ufltP '
First Baptist Sunday Mr and Mrs. Allen Carter of K_nia of a. doubi -ni>ilrr Last IfctrtCTW ftt|.*ul...l the Drann"n l' Kliirlilo.' nhln. UI," iii*,.'h. [i.J: : -i : ..4 j Ii: cT-1
!VW: E. Curt? 9fil-.rK II :!!) : Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs Tu.xUy nuchu vpfnlnj; tlw I I reunion Sunday' at Mt. Zion I 398undy! : _. rrn. ,lh" .1|,ii,. ,., 'm. Ural. pill""'
ofltmll Uairu iMtMnnn, and Sunday Hrliool.j "" IIUl. ( of iI.e| 'Ill-Ill. *
Webb Kenx-y. Mr and Mrs Church Luke I :; : : : ,
IlaptUit great 9:43 a m Morning 'Wornlilp. ::.f ;fi i i iHlm. I i>r ilitnin.I 1 i" tail t ttk
Gary Bennett. Mr and MrsSpuraeon loot to Union ReiUurant, 4-o I duller 111 wrlllna. Mild inuvl. alillIII ',
That's Our* Business Muwry and their FiVhiy'i games were ,po.lponvtl wekcnd : 11 a nj Youth- Fellowship, t I |>lar. iif r.eliltu. *. "..1 "... Joseph R. Boyer
GLASS Easter gu'*t of J pm "rnr, .iKiilreM, of ili,. >*,i in.,
-If IIV <;LI M We Have II" families, Miss Edna Heitdrlrks, to Uun> thlllwt'f'k. i XV Horn \vtrr Mr and Mr. Tuesday -Vactluu Church S fl.I l .11-I. t,f,. 11. I liv, "| .
of Jacksonville and It.aa' beoiuiM of Uood rrtdnyIlimmpton ': R. C WilliNnia. *n.1 children. .rlnlmant. hI. n...iii. ...r hla cit.praPV. Painting Contractor
lit 1'1' ... ..
at '
VISIT School Instltul nr II will I. uni' mlil)
(TALL or Marylyn, McCrary' Dinner w.. was scheduled to i of New Port IU.'hey mn.I Mr, byterlan Chuich. Clalnmvllle. lin.. 'in ,IceV.a. .
FOR ANY CI.ASS NEEDSHEA'S rrvr children' enjoyed hunting eggs ansi Klnrulv" Peat Cuttlryl' on tty May daughter, 9:10: a. in to I p in Communicant I,,IVI.'S.nP net,leo .", ,. ,1..1.I. .. ,I. I.KT: us <;ivi: \ oirit HOMK() : A :NKW. .:
oily. of Ht George, a. C .* ct...... :3 30 p m Mn...1.. Ilia f'.iulitr Jt|<,lw. "I.I I'I
GLASS CO. afterwardMr TumiUX this _nk. with this ,, ll of Mr I ...'Ii. viml r..
'l I Mtv "yi>* MMI Women of thi- Church general utah wnn I* "| l I.KASK: : ON IIKAUTY:
H C Crew. 'ntllr..... .....11.*
and Mrs sod *lr.. r"or
meeting, 7. A I II illS
(NOT* IXC.) and family of C1earwtrr were j The r.m in.lcr of Hampton'sMhrdiile I' overnight patient at Br..0-. Thur.. 30 Vacation dura I".t, lUral April ..
Airt -
"Formerly Jo* Peter (;La4 Co." weekend guests. of Mrs C R for the Stat half of turd County "..,'U.' lust i Church Hohoul Iimtllute. tit .CImIaI.Ii'rIi' ..' ih* .Mlai ... New Phone No. -. 964. 1382
til. t' r: liiwil-i her. "I.! "
> In folluws.:
Crew 11M npwHin m '
: Store Front .,Id"y with a lunll rlufny Jnckoonvllle I'rrkbytfrli I
Modern south
\V, l>e' ign .
Mr. George Roberta. Mrs Friday April :21. 9 pm. I
\\ ..
vkrtil VUUor Ut wrwkml
For Church. 10 a m to 3 t p I
Jutt Mail ta A Pattern 'I .
Merrill turuUi Ml** Cathy HrookrrThurwUr I
tl [ the hum of Mr &1\.1 Mr. m: Choir Itactlr 7 30.
V Table TAP* mruth. and Mrs. Vernon 8Uco April 3D. 7.3O p Kill ITn.Urrwixxl *t tUniptunl !

were' present at the gold m Norgcf- Auto Hal.. I
1313 4th l't.[ KainexvUle. FLi. I'hone FK2-I.1.V1 wtr his \imrU. J I. I.-.vvvvyvvvvvv'vy..
en wedding lea of their uncle FridSy, April 30. 7.30; p.m. UrMlrrwoml, sad stun, llaruld.I I''v ., ,

No.g.I'sTu..dy. I I'i: of r< vnnri... GuVUltIng 'I ,

JollY 4. 7'3O:: p mItrouittr :' her. last I' Bayless Hiwav

with Mr and Mr. Dmr! Wl|.

'rt4-.y May l 7. 7 So p rn linnuion" were her" mother. Mr' llf )1,.. |>. I.:. (;' t y Feeling adventurous?

Via. lest ControlTiiriwlnr V.rru* t> M-tt| of California

May II pm. arid Mr.. anti )Ir. J. A. Hugh. ......................

:--.Iural: 0... c* of Arkan*.i.. (:"IIII'U NI;" lit

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<>* >..y l 19, t p.m.-- L anti 33' under the hood.And
.. J l'ul K"l were Mr. day night April at 7 :30 a Wildcat I lurking .
O.rl..n fl t ornt.
& j jrrwtay i' Mr hunter' PH, antI Mr." wllh the K C Harvey conducting
May :21. 1:30 p m,. al'ld' Mrs. ..'.tw.r.J nd I nixnt' l
Pare the fn flint. lot of action behind t wheel.)
N.t..1. l t;... I ( a
turn of Iks-lot'>> : Inlet. slnxtr are lnvlt>- Tuwday. May 2//). f p m 31.r and Mr Fred l Thorn. a* well M tIll griwrml p>iblrcBimday. :

rvnn& Pest Control. burjc' of K/n/ _'. Mcnintcio. N My 2 will conclude I

rn.Ia. May 24. 5 pm.I i iiry C vrrr visitors\ h.r. Krl
BrU.kctIonday. I with Mr. mint )fr.. )C. L. and dinner served at I p m

31 7'so pm I Ifjtrti I Wat tt..rltO There will .bet a ,K>-tn*: after ,1

., t.., Nnm'rpI'. .. I Honier. llryirvt I I. vkdtlng dinner -

: j (4'x' tm r.r1ni)' ( th. drat here with hu brother. and l IUU''NI''U-'' ftl.\'IIKJoSIIIIII'' :

( haLf of U* ..b.-dcJI.l will.. ,pLay' .UI r-ln-lair. Mr and )1,. I IAt Mlu Murly h,.. Drowning -4--

H.r.Nowr I) .*...... VitaL Kmr tit the,. Hryanl. .nd" with hi. parent daughter' of Mr and Mr

,' I ., 7:.30 *rvl wrotwl gm. *t S in WUIlntuo II. h*. ; HUiikenshlp. tprxn of Mr 'I,
P m. alt,r- will 1 .b.. fll''.!hl -
"been stationed. In Na", ,,*. Italy' I, and Mrs. Bit Under hill. were
!1p, ,, '. Isr .. wllb ,.> t'-n.. limit ( t p- nth the Navy unltni in m.rrlsgrrtdey
.4 _4 gm AH' g' j. Vivian "linum of F?. LutnUl April I U. it

played m rtrnwhruntil. the. . n-ttAott with ).f.... anrt tl>. puUHbim' of th
5 How many of your valuables! arc lrrplace- perk In tlUrl I. "non" t.' \lrV A. H..on and oth rr church Rev C A Crosby prfutnid -

able at any price? I low much I Urn.( and mone'vj U.J ttI"s. VI'JU litrE'rrtier. ; ,l.tivr*, durlogth* Fat.r UK t.renazi In the

would it tale to replace tbov that can be replaced > ""'I....'. prfwruw of a fmr frV-r. and *
Mr .(v1 ),.. R J William. yell. couple' U
? Safeguard your important papers, Mill rpt' sad. N.l4nnr live* Th yovinn.
nid ...... Karl, purrhaol JJ- residing on hoed .U They art
securities and other valuables .rt.r vUllivl wltn their. tmmli
jewelry. keepsakes, I -f* HOT' I*.. week fr..,. .. here fur several day eve, both 1 employed' by) ill- DdManiAfarturbig vr'
safe deposit box here note. Cost: ttJ, ff Ball aM ..1'i'.dy
in a are r..(.r. Wrtlt Mi. Rmt* P_p.I Co III BUtk*

only cents a wcekl la operation.Mr I*. *04 Mr. and l Mr. A C "R'''''. HIIOWtK

and Mrm. WllH.m. are Drtt,.",. nt.o 1ad1.. .f fMei..a'. flies,

nnrtnlly from thi ares. andhay 31,5. G-irv. Kvnnan waskomL..d CllUrth honeed )'fra (;.raW

been *..r.ttonkn*: In the liUfikrnMp, with a miacrJUn-
tor etseley l party at
FLORIDAOBANK I C tP, ., I'a155 tjrrlutfag ...fl. tM Krnruin home Monday. coils .ahowrr Uorxtoy night In

p..r 'afttr wMore their "-fl CaM Kennan the recreation b>4ktin of In
Mia .
morutns ) 0S 55P0 Si--
.' -" inB '?'v1e.7s .nUr'*(,.... 'vvJ friends ehurrh: Th ,beVl' reerhed. su I-.I t.C l ".At .Jf\tfrm ":ii WM.O. jflcrz pjig.: ouu m TWJ A.'!<<:_ -

J'" nu4 msnujie1a flklnWalld
a m plannn' flfUMr
.t a .i.r.her f l party"* at theIr
OBANK AT STAftKE nnlr in llmpt |
horn* ..>vly eight sad MM4v -
" Ronr.MTH i>" <* TI AM"rm n. GREEN BUICK CO.Cor.. Court & Jefferson( St.f .

the Florid National Group Moultrv. Hill Rotocrt i>( Mr an4 "Mr Brtl AM.rmnwt .1\4 with thare d..ug4I.eKathy
of 31 Bnk of J.-kwwUl.. d-S M'wI.aYAprt '; ot Key W..t who hem bvvn I.JI.

: 12. and hurts> es. .' .o** 4 Several
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. fI \f'- Ce.ri na W.... urmk w.a:: C :J. parent Mr


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I T SOFTBALL. IN TUB NEWS iiillli a'Eu' ??
m t Brooker began It's official

[ cistshe' night softball with season a game last Tuesday against ? ,. ? r
bat Florida Pest Control of Starke. isf $ HI
beviSta In the first game Brooker I

R came out under their oppon- ) I J .,. ?
ents. Players for Brooker Include ?isi tittai??!?: ) ? !
wa Jim Temple, Bobby Dyal ? .
: ::: L:
put Henry Harrell' Jim Watts
cora Bobby Ferguson, Eddie Doug
las George Sutton, Alvin Davis 000 O\UJI\
vet Clifford Parrish, Chuck C.
wo; :Mason, Jimmy Brown Joe
Robinson Ira Stidham and
ton William Harrell. Brooker also The Smart Place To Go For Good Thing To Eat! ,

cat lost to the S. S. Noegel teamof ,
ins Starke In a game last Fri QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED N '
chi day night. The ,next game will PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 24THVINNDIXIB u IA $
pn be tonight (Thursday). So far fTOH INC. COPYRIOMT 1
TIC the women have had only prac
tat tice games. Maybe they will COPELAND SALE -
tic be organized before long.
Phil Gainey was given a
surprise birthday party Fri- '
L day night in celebration of his Franks 1k; 39*
15th birthday. His mother, 1
S Mrs. Betty Smart and his REG. 59* COPELAND SLICED '
sister, Mrs. Ann Starling, gave
him a skating party at Luke ; -49 '
1 Butler, and returned to the Bologna i BEEF SALE
Brooker park for a weiner
roast. About 10 of Phil's REG. 49* COPELAND ALL BEEF OR
toA friends enjoyed the skating ALL PORK
and weiner roast.
foH EASTER EGO HUNT Sausage ".39
The young folk of Dedan prWD
Baptist Church held an Easter BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND
egg hunt at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Crosby on Friday -
afternoon. The Crosbys REGULAR 39* OSCAR MAYER Steak. LB. 88
ftC were assisted la hiding the .
eggs by Mr*. Nonl Mann and Braunschw gr8-OZPk29
ITfi :Mrs. Ethel Bass. All enjoyed W-D STEAK

a Rev. Resale Carlton of Fair- Spread 'Vc Pkg. 29'I I 1 GENT Sirloin 11 88
alp SIH banks was guest speaker at .
the morning services at Dedan PILLSBURY OR BALLARDBiscuits "' I
Baptist Church Sunday.
1 There was a little bit of excitement 4 cans 39'REGULAR BONELESS ROUND

at the Brooker Junior 29* RED" BAND CINNAMON

High week when School a fire one was day started this Rolls I I 19' Roast LB 88 *

in the yard In buck of the Pkg. .
school building. The wind car- so FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON S I
ried some sparks from trash REGULAR 79* CHUB PACK
that was being burned on the Mbcan69 ,
school rrouncta.. After some 1
time of firo fighting the blaze QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED INTO G r Stew. LB. 69;

was brought under control. Chops 59 .
but there were a few anxious lb.
minutes for awhile. .
We would like to welcometo REGULAR 89* CHUB PACK GROUND

Brooker Mr. and( Mrs. J. T. REG. 3/$1.00 CHICKEN OF SEA LIGHT MEAT

here Parrish from, who Lake Butler'hay moved Mont. Tuna ;11: 3'Y2Con 89 r Round LB. 79 I.

everyone knows Eunice already REGULAR S3* DIXIE DARLINGMayonnaise .
since ahe has been op- '
Stop for some time now We
wl h them much happinesshere 59 REESE / $ 9S
and hope that they will Beef 5 1

like' It. Butter Cups u.oz. 49'REG. 3 69 .
'Mr. and Mrs. J. 'T. Bass and
family and Mallsaa Rabon .
spuht the Easter weekend in WAFERS LEMON, CHOC GINGER BANANA & All Flavors
Charleston, S. C. with hermother
Mrs. H. K Baughman.tvt. ,Cookies 12-oz. pkgs. $1';' PAN-REDI'
Laverne Dyal, ion of Thrifty Maid Shrimp .12-oz. $119 1 1MARI
Mr and Mrs. L. L. Dyal, was pkg.

hatoie Fort Sunday Visiting Rucker for were' Mrs.the, Ala.weekend Mr.Mae and Mott from Mrs.on :: s.r ICE I E MILK I L Berries DEAN STRAW.5 10-oz. Pkgs.J|I

Wilbur Addison and familyof 23* DIXIE DARLING CRACKED
Jacksonville' and Mr. and T
Mrs. Pasco Mott (It Gaines. L RfG. 29* THRIFTY MAID Holves or Sliced o ( *

ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Emmanuel Peaches 4 a $le 1/2 39REG.rea d Mb.ioafl9

Klelmnn spent the weekend in 2/29 DIXIE DARLING DINNER
Miami with her mother! REG. 2/33; THRIFTY MAID

Walker Yours attended truly and Easier Mrs. Betty Sun- Apple Sauce 8 Cans 303 $1. GAL. 0 II 5 2.xt23'REGULAR .

rise Services at the Santa Fe dill
High School stadium on Sun REGULAR 2/29 THRIFTY MAID

1 day Tiorntng;. Cut Beets 8 $1s 53< COLGATEToothpaste
V.'o lire sorry to report that Cans<
Mrs.! ,Tan Cone Is a patient
at 'the' Pi-><|foi\l County Hospltiil REGULAR 29* DEL MONTE LIMA GT. 43

In Stnrke. Beans 5 JOJ $1 1. .
Mrs. Annie Johnson hud" asa Cons -
visitor this week! her .1.' ...?.. r-

Butler.Miss Jackie Parrlsh of MI- ml. C i"II. 4 A46-Cans*-t Is Razor 81 d
ami was here visiting her a es. 6'. 59*
Mr. .
parents and Mrs. IeParrlsh REGULAR 3/43 VAN CAMP .

Annie Johnson and family on find Saturdayand Mr. Pork & Beans 8ca00 $1. ,

Sunday. e
Mrs. Rosa Mae Jones and

Sunday children:! Kyle.with were her in mother Gainesville Mr[ .a.Wyae Evaporated Milk 7 Tat''s$1.

Andy Gainey has been ''in
Brooker the past week visiting
his mother Mrs Betty
Smart and his slater, Mr.
Ann Starling. Andy lm with
the Florida Air Academy In

Melbourne.Rev. Howard Mott was 1 I EXTRA 1 I I EX.RGRIEN rI I I
truest speaker at the Klnjrsley ----- ----
..... .... .. .
Lake TWO ON. CL. ON..a.0* .M+
Baptist Church on Eas- h/ .PIOUMOOOD y/ 0. ..
ter Sunday. CheeseU1N..CNTke A Beef FreewaxOOO
: 0000 TMNU PAIL a4N :rrt TMNU ARIL. J J4T a.... THMU A ftlk I S4TM
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ L ..AN?.......... ..* 'M'%'_y..HON I4 .n ITEXTRAh
were dinner guests of ,their
daughter and family Mr. and Ex..RAGRIEN : IEX'rJ'I tTA
Mrs. Sonny Dukes, of Gaines. f1!
vile on Easter Sunday. The dK..,---STAMPS_. ,.I-GREEN---STAMPS-. d7t GREEN STAMPS
three Dukes children I Pe. 0.. .u. .. MB. CAN I ONe 14.CT. mo* ,
accom- ... .
eAN 00'' .N.IN/ .L. <>" H H ** V 4LMONOor
panied their grandparents Cocktail 1 Sliced Bacon Milk Bars
home to stay Sunday night rcLT- .000 T..U.. A a.- rnta' _OOO TMNU APNIL' 14THAT OOO TMItU APHIL t4.NI
end Monday since there was .....,",N.::. ... 'M*Wtt **
no school.
Dinner guests of the Howard I EX..R I EXTRA: I I X"i 'Ifd'ALd7
were ----- ----- ---
their children Mr. and Mrs. 'N.. e..0.. ,.... ON. ..L. .0. 0". 5.1.1..0.MNITe .
Milton Mott of Indian River dJfl Peos Cub Steaks j Fig Bore
City Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .rcta. _D TN.Y' A.011. a. 4... t11NT
0 >
Mott of Jacksonville, and Mr. ... NwNtN ;. ..1,,._NtN I. ...__...... I.
and Mrj. Richard Andrews! of

Lake Butler. .w. ,1--:'

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