Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 4, 1963
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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County Commission, meeting here area deploring the conditionof

its secondary road priorities again their road and asking that
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with the Bethel Church road in second I it be hardsurfaced.
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to fifth place on the list was a road
Rev. R. L. Lee, said they did
Negro churches and a school in Lin-
not want to upset the priorityof
I' New Winn Dixie a spur- connecting this road with SR any other road- simply to

Starke. tion that brought the action.! advance the cause of their
of priorities I At one point Green told 1

exchange Johns: "Don't insinuate that I own.Green made his motion to

Commission- I'm a liar." I move the Bethel road to
I Opens Thursday I second -
and George The sensitive issue was place after the delegationhad

( opposing the touched off by the appear- been heard and departed.

Rus- ance of a 50-strong delegation Johns said, "You're just
Doors opened Thursday at Dixie manager in Starke, has
a made the mo- from the Bethel Church trying to cut out the Lincoln
new ultra modern super- been watching the new store See list of events in Section -
( Special ) .... .. ... ._ __ __ City road," which is in John's
market, located on a spacious I '----0-. ,-0 ..'. '" ".""-" 4.-.
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grow with anticipation. Now ,. .:, .. { 'r' '< .
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61te, providing paved parkingarea County Agent a. T. Hoggins and Home Demonstration .. ',.,, ., ;' "' r. .
he points out that his customers > Johns said he would be
for 177 at 430 W. j ; '
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cars Agent Dorothy Ross reported yesterday that entries are ; ;
Madison Street.Recognizing can shop in the most willing to eliminate the spur
coming in at a brisk pace for the Strawberry Festival con- .
the needs of modern, convenient manner in [approximately one mile]
tests to be held here Saturday afternoon. from Lincoln City to SR. 100,
fast growing area, Winn- the
bright cheerful new and Strawberry are invited to enter the contest for ",'
growers and substitute the Bethel
Dixie Stores, Inc. of JacksonVille -
has erected one of its larger Winn-Dixie, just a the best flat of berries, which will be judged at 2:30 p.m. Church road [approximatelythe

finest stores in Starke, designed block west of the former lo- on the former Starke Hotel lot. First prize $25; second same length] for this por-

to provide the last word cation. prize, $15: ; and third prize, $10. All berries entered in the tion of his second priority

In customer convenience and Besides Phillips, other long- contest will be sold after the judging, with receipts goingto \ : project. If this were done.
0 Johns pointed out, it would
comfort. time Winn-Dixie employees the grower.A .
Ernest T. Phillips. Winn- dessert contest for the ladles will be provide for paving both the
will staff the new store including strawberry
__ Lincoln City road and the
Norman L. Allen mar- judged at S p.m. The recipe used need not be original $ Bethel Church road in second -

Local Youth ket manager; and Kenneth according to :Miss Ross, but the dessert must have been priority.In .

Curtis produce manager; plus prepared by the person entering'the contest. Ladies plan- I spite of this suggestion

many other familiar, friendly ning to enter the contest may register by calling the home I Green, Chastain, and Prevatt

Killed When faces. demonstration office, phone 964-2865.. II voted to give second priorityt9
The Jacksonville headquar- Entertainment 'events scheduled for Saturday afternoon the Bethel road alone, and
tered firm is currently cele- drop the entire Lincoln City
include music by the BuS, Band, riding. by the Sheriff'sPosse '
Hit Track brating its 44th year, and the and spur-to-l00 into fifth
By and country music by ,Red Hollingsworth and his
growth of Whin-Dixie is a place.
friends and Hank Loft and Ills Strawberry Pickers. All
phenomenal success story of Commissioner Roberts declared -
Apparently unaware of American enterprise. From a other country music musicians are invited to bring their tg. after the vote, that
what hit him. 15-year-old meager beginning of one store instruments and participate. i I : the priority juggle was a plan-
Larry Samuel Whitehead was in South Florida 44 years ago, Remember: Free pint of strawberries with each $5 or I -< 0----- --- a.4: I ned move by the Qreen-Pre-

killed instantly early Saturday the organization has become more purchase in most Starke stores on Friday. Of Command vatt-Chastain majority to ad-
i night near his home 12.4 the seventh largest food chainin Jimmy'V vance chances of paving the

miles west of Starke while the nation. Recreation Director Frank Owsley (left) EJpeedville Road [running from

p chasing a horse down a highway Now operating over 601 food At Legislative Hearing Buddy Elliott inventory equip. the deadend of SR 21A southof

Florida Highway Patrol centers in Florida, Georgia.,, l ,i Silver Lake, to 21 near
takes his duties
here. Elliott
Trooper L. N. Fowler reported. the Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi : over Santa Fe Lake.l The Speed-
Young Whitehead was the Louisiana, Kentucky, School-Board.- to accept. a similar position ville "Road Is l ."t>>mmlsslon-

t son of A. B. Whitehead arid ,Tennessee and Indiana,Winn- ; : er Chastain's district.

was ,a freshman at Bradford Dixie now has modern ware- Roberts said that if the ma-
County High School. He was housing and distribution centers Students Attend jority group's only interestwas

pronounced dead-on-arrival at in Jacksonville, Miami Asks Hike in getting the Bethel

the Bradford County Hospital' and Tampa, as well as five Pay Fair In Church road paved sooner.
approximately 15 minutes after other cities in the Southeast.It I Tampa this could have been done by

the fatal accident where also has manufacturing following Johns' suggestion to
he was taken by his lather.I plants producing salad dressing A request to raise the sal- and medicine., High School Florida State Fairgrounds.The couple it with the Lincoln

No charges have been filed mayonnaise, and peanut aries of School Board members BHS principal T. L. will attend projects have been selected City road in second place.
to $125 per month was also pointed'to the: Florida from 16 regional science belief
60 far against Ronald Melvin butter under the Dixie Darling Roberts said, "It is my
heard by Sen. Charley E. shortage of free textbooks and Talent fairs held throughout the this
Griffis, 33, of Starke. driverof label; a coffee tea and that you all intended
Johns and Rep. A. J. Thomas the public schools and this week state. The state fair is
the 1961 Ford pick-up truck spice plant; an ice cream sponsored thing to come up several
that struck the youth. According plant; and two Palmetto Farm Jr. in a special legislative gested that either more I .. to Science In- '. by the Florida Founda- weeks ago. but failed to do so

to Trooper Fowler further Salad plants in Orlando, and hearing last Friday afternoon.The ey be appropriated for H. Jockel. .1' tion for Future Scientists.The when Mrs. Chastain was sick."

investigation is being madeto Greenville, S. C. request was presented by purpose, or free texts be .1. of the five two top winners' trip He said that in putting the

I determine if charges will Modem bakeries operatedby board member H. A. Lawson. continued altogether. He stood the test will be to the National Science Bethel Church road in second -

be filed. the company are locatedin Board member Rodney P. that the BHS library fair and Fair in Albuquerque, N. M., place, about a mile of
2,000 volumes short of I held recently the first week in May. These off
Fowler said that Jacksonville. Miami and Hall said that, while not opposing : paving would be lopped
Whitehead had just arrived young Greenville, S. C. producing the raise he was of number of books needed and have been prizes. one of the physical the second priority, thus increasing -

home with his family around Dixie Darling products. Its the opinion that salaries meet accreditation the top pro- sciences and one in the biological the chances of fourth-

7:15: p.m. Saturday when the recently constructed "Crack- should be abolished and that Brooker Request, 1 L The five are: sciences, will go to the i glace Speedville road being

accident occurred. Upon finding in' Good" cookie plant is now all board members should be Terry McDavid, [ "Rhabdites in senior high school students lard-surfaced from secondary

his horse loose on the- in full operation in Valdosta paid strictly on a per diem of the Brooker town ." whose exhibits are judged best, funds now available to the
Ga. basis. [The state's present per and attorney George "Test for of the fair in these two ma- Bounty.
road, Larry jumped from the :
car in the gathering dusk to A modern food testing laboratory I I diem rate is $11 per day] asked the legislators to 1 jor divisions. "You had two choices to
head off the animal and is located in Jacksonville Hall said this recommendation -, port a special act to raise I "Pathological Bonds and Cash get the Bethel Road paved
him to return and is maintained by top had been made at the ceiling on indebtedness I Post Mortem Awards also will be given and I think you took the
pasture. the could be incurred by i for first and second place, Roberts de.
The youth was last seen by technicians to insure top state level due to great I wrong way out
to town. I "Chemistry [Continued_ Page 6] made motion to
( members of his family running quality in products of their variation from county I dared. He a
in an easterly direction. own manufacturing plants as county in the salaries paid Pierce said that Florida I kill Green's earlier motion

toward Starke, down th! north well as those from their many school board members. limits indebtedness of "Efforts of Trucks Collide I and substitute the Bethel
[Continued on Page 5 on Seed Germ- Road for the spur from Lincoln -
side of SR-235. The horse was suppliers. School Supt. H. P. Morgan
then on the south side of the In comparison with the original discussed with the legislatorshis ''I At 301 Detour \i City to SR 100 in the
road on the shoulder, also family operated store, personal view that county left Tuesday Night ': second priority.
j accom- already -
Fallout said "We have
: running toward Starke. 1 Winn-Dixie now employs near- school superintendents shouldbe First Green
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and In-
According to the witnessesthe ly 14,000 full time, and 8,000 appointed rather than el- : \ Two semi-tractor and trailer acted, and if what we
time employees. The that \ and will spend 1 at have done is changed, I'll be
youth crossed over to the part ected. Morgan said "you Shelter Built I and part of rigs crashed almost head-on ,. "
south side of the road toward company has 25,000 stockholders cant get the best school,talent -I \ the U. S. 301 detour a mile disappointed.
the horse and into the pathof of whom 3,500 are to run for superintendent' Starke's first all-out 1 Tampa afternoon., return- south or Starke Tuesday night On a ron call vote on Rob-

the Griffis truck which was employees.With any more" because the pay out shelter is being built \ causing a total of $5,000 dam- ert's motion the same three-
I also headed toward Starkeat its reputation for fair is little if any more than local attorney H. V. : I I $500 worth of age to both trucks according two lineup persisted.The .

a speed of 60 mph or better. dealing with its customersand school principals make, and on the banks -of II trips for two to Highway Patrol Trooper J.. board's attorney, H V.
The truck: struck Whitehead employees. Winn-Dixie campaign expenses probably Creek near the E.,Call, the National M. Hollis. 0 Knight, commented that "The

from he rear just after it had looks to a future of continued make the net less. bridge. 11 I \ ,. and more than The driver and passenger of matter has been acted on.and

met an unknown car headed growth and success in Florida He suggested that permissive Knight said the I and senior one truck were treated and released disposed of." He added would that
[Continued on Page 2] and'throughout the Southeast. legislation be passed so I will be approximately \I students will pre- from the Bradford Coun-. the Speedville road

that the people of the county, feet and will be large 11 and papers dur ty Hos itaL The driver, Savage make it easier for around 80

\70 Cases Tried could decide in a referendum L to accommodate 50 event In the Shumate, 48 of Apopkahad families in the Santa Fe
the Starke.
at trade in
I1 See The Famous whether they wanted their sleeping in three shifts. abrasions of the head neck,, Lake area to
In County Court school superintendent electedor concrete building will :;i chest, and back and his pas. As noW' revised. the secondary '.

- -.1 :Morocco Temple I During March appointed. two .tons ,of steel and i;Ic' : senger James Graddle. 41 of road priority line-up is I

I "My personal feelings are to be covered with five : Orlando was treated for lace- .as follows:
I Thirty persons were charg- I let the people elect their officials dirt and six-inches of i .t I rations of the cheek. Both were 1. Morgan Road and Prim-

MINSTRELFriday I i ed with unlawful speed during ," Sen. Johns said.A I cod concrete. Negroes. The driver of the itive Baptist church house
f I March in county court as delegation of teachers It will be completely other truck Cheslie Heath, road.

April 12 :i Judge T. A. Yawn heard a from BHS asked the legislators -. contained with its own ( 41, also of Orlando, was transferred 2. Bethel Church road.
-- I\I docket of 70 cases. i to do what they could to ergency power generator, : to Jacksonville with 3. Anderson Junior High

8:00 P.M. There were 11 cases of perSons insure a raise in starting pay tic tank for sewage I abrasions and contusions of the road.
L : having no driver's license, for teachers. They pointed 'and
BUS Auditorium five for running a stop sign,\ out that it is especially important -\ for' water supply, Mr. ; HaUls said. I 5. Lincoln City and spur to
- three for voluntary intoxication to raise starting pay said the shelter \ I Heatk was headed south on j SR. 100.

Sponsored By : and two each for writing I in order to attract the best stocked with food and U. S. 301 with a load of lumber Bradford County will have

I- : worthless checks, participating young people into the teaching supplies to last at least : : and had turned right, onto $308,000 in secondary road

_ Starke Shrine Club in an affray improper passing profession. weeks. the detour when the mishap money to spend in 196364.No .
I following too closely, Sen. Johns commented that It is designed for 3.000 i occurred. Shumate, going approximately one seems sure, however,
IiII 1 and fishing without a license. I "3,600 is mighty low." At present feet'of air per minute I I 45 mph, failed to whether this will be sufficient -

i Single cases were prostitution $3,600 is the starting sal- in; by fans through << I I make a right turn to put him to hard-surface the first

; driving on a closed road, ary for teachers in ,Bradford vents. t tI I I onto the detour and the two three or first four priorities.Cost .
This Space Contributed improper license plates. driving County. Mr. .Knight said the I trucks smashed into each omer. -, of a mile of road is estimated -

Weekly te PabBcbaCofiunn&Ry : I while intoxicated disturbing Johns also commented on ture is being built in Heath's rig sustained $3-1 at from $25.000 to $30-

I the peace, desertion, reck-I the tremendous amount of ity- with government Son- 000 damage and Shumate, car ,COO, but actual cost depends I.
Brents by I less driving failure to appear money it would take to raise Defense designs and a reality rying insecticides, was damaged -, on the number of bridges and I
I t violation of restriction for teachers salaries over the approximately $7,000. this highest a total of 2000. I several other variables.

A The Community I business purposes only driving I state, 'and said it was beginning some of the materials the First Methodist Neither of the vehicles turned The first three priority pro-

\ on wrong side of the road to look like the only ed from the old .Starke Is his mother, Mrs.. over but Shumate's truck jects total about eight mileS.

State Bank I violation of the charter of the way the state could raise the building.- ,Eagle's father, and. J jack-knifed and was knocked and the first four approxi-

I__ I Railroad and Public Utilities I necessary money would be to The contractor is coutmte David Moatgwnery. ... f ? .,... .. 'oft the road.a.a mately. ten mf1p .
Commission. extend the sales tax to food Ricks. __ I t lug is invited to ___ f

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:, I Pvt. Tommy Huggins of '1, Settles Shrine MinstrelSet said an ideal site would contain pay a minimum charge. I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith. :

, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Board 12 Deed Drawn 12 acres of land with Agreed to pave South : Mrs. Emma Badman and Mrs, ;,

Md. left Tuesday for further 1 I April 600 feet frontage on the highway i Nell Pinkerton attended the
Street which north and ,
duty in Germany. At BHS Auditorium so the parcel being deed- runs 29th anniversary of the Jacksonville -

Miss Mary'Ann Long returned Hampton Lake For 12 Acres ed seems more than ideal. south next to the new Winn- I Kennel Club last Fri-

I' to Lakeland Sunday' to resume The Morocco Temple's 1963 The site discussed last week Dixie Store at a cost of $1- day night. !

her studies at Florida Minstrel will be and from which the parcel : .200 with construction to begin -

._GLADYS MOOT FHQNX: NHtsl Southern College after aspring :Property r y Dispute;: brought to Starke Friday. Apr. For New Armory has been taken, was city owii-! next week.Instructed I;

, vacation with her par- j ; 12, under sponsorship of the ed property on Edwards Loop NOTICE 1

Mrs. A. J. Barry will return Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Starke Shrine Club. The per- !I, t* \ .*. .., ,". ; .' .; .. I south of Starke and west: of Utility Depart- I The undersigned, having !I II
ment Director Merrill to
this weekend after being and daughter. Karen Long. The settlement of a dispute I formance will be staged in' A deed to 12 acres of land the sewage treatment plant.In Dees agreed to a separation from ,

confined in St. Luke's Epis- of New Symrna Beach spent Mrs. F. M. Bullock Sr. of I over 40 feet of frontage on the BHS auditorium at 8 p. [ with 800 feet of highway other action,the council: purchase two adding machines -:I his wife, Margaret Jackson ]

copal Hospital in Kansas City. the weekend with Mr. and Cerro Gordo N. C. left Thursday Hampton Lake was settled I i m. Tickets may be obtained frontage has been drawn up.I Discussed which parties a long-carriage typewriter, Leonhard I will therefore not ,!

i Mo. for the past two weeks Mrs. T. C. Chastain Jr. after a two weeks visit i!Tuesday when the County Commission -i! in advance from any member i l City Attorney! ,George .Pierce : should pay what utilities in and a filing cabinet for his be responsible for any debts

for observation and treat- Mr and Mrs. R. O. Dansby with her brother-in-law and j offered to. pay: Dave of the Shrine Club. j' reported Tuesday night at the cases where two persons are .I office. I made by her from this date:

ment. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. sister, Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. !, Dyal $500 for property the,II A dinner will be served in Starke city council's regular served by the same sewer I March 14, 1963.-Fred Leon- (,

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Andrews in Jacksonville on Wynn. Mrs. Bulloch recently j board thought it already had': Accepted a low bid of $1- i hard.
the BHS cafeteria at 5:30 p. I I meeting! but it has not yet water, or electrical connec- I f
wire had as guests during the Sunday.Mrs. was a delegate to the United i,title to.Dyal m.,preceding the performance, ; been signed. tion. Chairman Ruby Johns !I ,045 from Terwillegar Motors 3-22 3t 4-5 -

weekend,. Ray Goldwire and Emma Badman and Nations in New York, repre- and two : i trade-in the police
daughters appeared and the public is invited' to The council passed a reso- pointed out several instances as on new

I Miss Anne Gravlee of Abaco, houseguest. Mrs. Nell Pinkerton senting the Home Demonstration before the> board and join the members of the cast lution last week agreeing to where she said some families car. The city will trade-in a FOR SALE

Bahama Islands. Mike Gold- HI. visited i, Club of Columbus, her II' i
of Robinston, the
protested proposed and Shriners. Anyone desir- businesses
C9n- aecd: the State Armory" Board I or use the same 1961 Ford police special.
wire.of. Emory University, Moose Haven at Orange Parkon I home county. struction of a boat ramp by the ing reservations may contactW. 10 to 12 acres of land for 'anew utility outlets. and do not pay I : Excellent business loca-
E. K. I
and Mrs. Ferryman
Bobby"McGee of Ocala Mrs. Sunday. Judge after -- county on the disputed 40 feet, J. Dodd Sr. by next Tues armory which is hoped the proper bills. She suggested '|tion. 200 ft. on Hiway 301 t
returned last Friday
Frances Gravlee and son, Mrs. Henry O'Hara was in 'which, Dyal said he had "reserved" -I day. will I that the council discuss I
be erected here when
I Cook of Tavares. 17 days in Miami. Mr. and ;, I IN. includes 3 BR old
Thurs Fence Posts Poles etc. year
I Daytona Beach from j from a deed. given the The: Famous Morocco Temple funds 'become available, per-- I the matter further ani: set ,
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I Sixteen members of the day to Sunday visiting Mrs. Mrs. Comer Perryman the of weekend county in 1956 for* a graded : Minstrel is one of the top liaps by' 1965. It has not been 1! some standard policy to use Pressure Creosoted To I house. $11,000. $500 down, f
sonville I
Madison spent
street Baptist Onie Graves and Mr. and Mrs.L. .
with the Perrymans. road.Dyal amateur entertainment pro- determined, however, ,exactly 1 in such cases. Last A Lifetime house with
Church intermediate choir attended C. Smith. said he had deeded the. ductions in the Southeast. The I I$85 per mo. Or
I the choir"clinic at the Mr. and Mrs: Charles Dur- Mrs. Corine Broughton of I: county 620 feet of right-of- how much land would be I According to Attorney :i SOUTHERN W'OODPRESERVING
I : traditional minstrel s 0 n gs !100 frontage, $10,000.
First 'Baptist Church in Orlando kee and daughter of Tampa I Starke and Mrs. Myrtice Bell way, but did not include a strip, and dances will be presented given the Armory Board, I Pierce city ordinances read I CO.

on. Saturday. They were S will spend the weekend with of Maxville are medical patients II 40( feet wide and 200 feet back' in the first part while the 1 National Guard officers I that',any party using the city BALDWIN, FLA. Call 9648611. tfchg

accompanied by Mrs. H. G. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns. in.Doctor's HospitalMr. from the water front. He saiSi I i
second half of the show will ; present at last week's meeting sewage or water system must
Reddish \
Bdttlnger. Mrs. Jack Siemer, 111'. and Mrs. Charles Law- and Mrs. Drew i I that in spite of his telling the l be composed of specialty ( -
a a -
Mrs. P. T. Nolin. Mrs. :Mazie son of Lakeland and Bud Law- and family'were in Jacksonville -' ofl !
\county road crew to stay : numbers featuring stars of the S
Helms and Mrs. C. E. Scott. son of Bartow spent the week- I Sunday'visit ng :Mr. and "
t i this part of his property, they'cast. A xylophone specialty
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin end with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mrs. Rex Mixon and family
had ahead graded a L between
gone number will be presented -
look Mrs. Baldwin's mother. and Mrs. 'W. Edwards.= .(. U1iS
Lawson. road down to the lake front, acts. Music will be pro- :

I .. Mrs. Mary Reddish of Mrs. J. G. Millican of Pa- Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss and now appeared ready to vided by the Dixieland Band.

Lawtey to Webster over the latka is visiting Mrs. A. E. Annie Darby have had as start construction of a public .
weekend where she will visit McKinney this week. guests Mrs. Thelma Mendoza I boat ramp. 20 .95 Memorials, Resolutions- ..._.- 9o.j per wore'

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddishfor Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. and Miss Gloria Johns of Dyal's daughters said they Flat TireCauses Ifn, pId hathrante 1.0$ Cards of Thanks 51 word-*___. .
Miss '- 'S S
week. Jacksonville on Sunday ,
a Henrietta Hunt are attendingthe had had: the property appraised I Keyed or BUnddS < 1.00 Over 50 words 5c pr W.'f
Miss Linda Kay Sale of F- Olive Gornto of Grandin overnight Wreck f 4p TEach
Stf was home for the weekend. Eastern Star grand Jacksonville chapter Monday and Mr. and and it was valued at $2.000. I additional word over 29 _.,- n 05) Display ads m Classified -- loSt per .. t
convention in They said their father wasrip
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gold- Mrs. L. E. Jordan and son I ,
Wednesday to Friday. longer able to support him- A flat tire caused Cupa Faye
smith and family of Warner Harold of Ovieda on Monday [ INSURANCE I j $287.50 Down Payment I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished
Mrs. Hildabelle Bence and self and needed the money. Holler, 22, of Palatka to lose '
Robbins, Ga., Mrs. G. M. Lee ( afternoon.Mrs. t AT REDUCED RATES Monthly payments less than I 2 bedrOQm house. 612 Lake St.
Mrs.: Nita Downing of Jack- County Attorney H. V.control of her car and flip | AUTO FIRE BOAT!
C. L. Scholl attended rent. Why rent when
and daughter and Joseph you can Adults. "Mrs. A. F. Sauls, ph.
visiting Mrs. Et Knight advised Mr. Dyal that it SR-100 2.5 miles i' DOYLE 'E. CONNER ] I
sonville were over on
Florida Civil Defense association own for less? See our new FE'Read 64-5744. .
Goodman of Macon, Ga. were the | tfchj.WANTED
weekend guests of Mrs. Sua ti Hoover on Tuesday. meeting in Stuart. since the county had constructed south ot"Starke's city limits' Phone 964-4501 I I homes at once. A. J. Thomas, .:Jiris for spare

V. V. Hazen spent the : the road and maintained it Wednesday morning, accord- Realtor.
Miles. Mrs. last Thursday and Friday. tfchgi time sales work. Sarah Coventry -
I --- ----- ----
I for more than four years, It. Ing to Sergeant Carlos Mus-
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,
Pink and red
to Write
Guy Sale spent Sunday Mrs. Mattie Gahagan retur- Jewelry Opal Smith.
now had title to it, whetherIt of the Florida Highway ATTENTION COLORED MA- : The Classifieds!
in Gainesville. grove .
Hazen hybrid Daylillies 50c clump.
Jimmy Box Raiford Fla. tfchg.
Wednesday in New Orleans on ned last Friday after two TUnE WOMAN who must 15, ,
was deeded or not. Patrol. IF YOUR NAME IS
Mrs. Joe Bess, Road 100, 4
: and Mrs. Max Furlong
business.Mr. Mr. weeks in St. Vincent's Hospital S earn their own livelihood. I -
and Mrs. Hugh Samp- and son, Bill will attend the for eye surgery. After Mr. Dyal and his Injuries sustained by Miss' Pleasant profitable work. miles S. of Starke. 2tp 4-11 FOUND AMONG: THE .

daughters left the meeting, the Holley in the accident were t 4\\: FOR' SALE Salvia, double FOR SALE
of Sandra -
jon of Scffner and granddaughter i rehearsal supper Attending the Gainesville hours daily required in CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL
board decided that, ,due to the! not serious as they might'have ruffled and plain petunias also -
Cynthia Branch of: Sowell and Ray Thomas in Flower Show last Sunday as I neighborhood. Write Avon I\ AT THE TELEGRAPH By Owner
misunderstanding, it would Tomato Mrs. V. R.
Temple Terrace were weekend High Springs Friday night: been for the accident.] MgrQuid a C. Sweat P.O. Box I l plants.
were Mr. and Mrs. RusselJ make him an offer of ?500 for 'I i I Ferguson, phone 964-5571. 2 OFFICE FOR A FREE
guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. am Furlong will be ring according to Musgrove; she 540 Live Oak. Fla.. ltchg 1 :] Blocks To Shopping Area
Smucker -
Bridges. bearer in the couple's wed- Norman. Mrs. Vernon Kronenbergerand the property 'in order o' get had only one laceration of the I'' I-Acre with. fair---5 room -and- miles from Starke' on Highway TICKET TO THE FLORI- (En Pinehurst Subdivision
Mrs. Wilma 16 north.
the matter settled. Later in : tfchg
head. Her 1960 Falcon four- bath home. only few minutesto Concrete. Home 1
Miss Sonia Hunter of Flor- ding Saturday evening. Mrs. Frances Olmstead-: ----- DA THEATRE. Block ,

'ida-Southern college was home Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch the day, it was reported that' door sedan was. a total loss,I town Price $3500 with good D. W. Swindell Bedrooms & Florida Room
Boland and I
Mrs. Ernest the offer had been accepted. however, having come to rest terms. BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia H. A.
last week for the spring hol- were in Tallahassee Wednesday GRAINGER Spreader Carport & Utility Room.F. .
daughter have returned to In other action Tuesday the around a light pole. I 10 acres vacant land nice: before you\ see Service Chicken fertilizeI i

\ iday.Mr on business. their home in Athens, Ga. after board: Miss Holley was headed to. spot for home, at edge of City I II WORLD BOOK. Call or write for sale. Hauled and spread. H. A. Approved

and Mrs. Johnny Kope- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Joinerof ten days visit with her Authorized Commissioner work at the Florida Power I Limits, $6,000terms.STROIJT I M.. A. PAYNE.your local rep- Lime also. Phone 684-5433,1 Small Down Payment.

lousos and daughter of BirmIngham Winter Garden are spend- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jerome- Johns to negotiate;: and Light Company when she nREALTY. Starke,\I resentative since 1956, Box 603 Grandin Fla. 8tp 4-18 Monthly Payment $61.82
Ala. spent the weekend this week with their Florida U.s. 301 So. Ph: 468- phone 964-3794. tfchgYOTJR ------- ------ -
ing Speer. Mr. Speer is still con- with Hogan Smith and J. D. passed another car. As she I We specialize in all Phone 964-35J4
t I' typesroofing
with their parents, Mr. daughter, Mrs. W. S. Haas, fined in Bradford County 1766. Waldo. Itchg \ OLD WATCH will
Odom for an acre of land and dulled/ back into her own I; remodeling, repairs 717 W. Cypress Street
and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and, family. Hospital.Mrs. road right-of-way for use as a lane the left tire went I make the down payment on a
rear Insurance Problems? and roof painting. No Starke Fla.
if and Mr. and Mrs. George I beautiful new Bulova at ,
I Miss Jackie Hager of Brooker McLean of Or- boat site at the south- I
Kopclouaos. Lloyd ramp flat causing her to lose con- Call The Man Frpm Dahmers Discount down, free estimates.. J. B

: was Thursday and Friday ange Park was a Monday visitor west corner of Sampson Lake. trol of the vehicle. "TRAVELERS"George t, : House.tfch_ *: I Meeks Roofing, Co. Jacksonville ,

Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. guest of Miss Barbara Green. of Mrs. A. Q. Smith. Instructed the clerk, at the The Falcon went off the INSTRUCTIONSMEN --' Fla. Telephone PO 8- FOR SALE-Modem Kings-
E: LaRue, ..
f" Peter and family of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith suggestion of Attorney Knight.:' east edge of the pavement KeyaUne Heights Ajt.: For 7057: 7tp {-< ley Lake home. Large dock

were' Saturday evening I cff Ocala were Sunday visitorsof and daughter Judy, of Tampa to request, the State Road Department upon the shoulder of the 'Travelers Ins. .. 5 house and boat house. Good
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I FOR SALE.- Wooden lawn financing available! to
I Mrs. R. A. Thomas.Mr. spent the weekend with Mrs. to deed to the countyany road for 72 feet Musgrove reliable
Tel. 473-4692 Day, .. .. .. C4aU'S Garage. person. Also .
\, Mooty. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Laura Tison. excess right-of-way on tile[. said. It then hit the light 473-4325 .. a. #001 >fI'Cn'lL aSJrobo'; several; acres
returned SERVICE 4tch'" 4-4 available: adjoining lake home.
Richard Wainwright U. S. 301 (south) project. pole 2 feet from the east I I- v >. ..J"4 !
William --
and Mr. and Mrs. E. Auto '
Mr. and Franklin Moon fire Home
Call i
N"o or Writ< V. If.'rit'
Butinetsl ,
ed Tuesday from a five day with experience neesary, gram MOWING YARD at reason, 9. McCoy ,
Agreed Commissioner' I edge of the with its.
Torode III flew to Tampa of N. Y. pavement 2-5361 6r"P. F'
Poland spending
York are Monthly. Payment Plan mar tr1pto New City. ,sehok ; ., rate by yard.
Green maintain the left .
to present side coming to rest : *
wrapper 414
Sunday. Available' Hi Gainesville
with L ,
three weeks Mrs. G.
L. Brownlee at home thru Fri. after 4 Phone
Mrs. H. was p.m. Fla.4t.chg
right-of-way of the Moody partially around the pole. j I
visiting her sister Mrs. T. N. : Dave Long will return to, Farber. graded road at New River. The pole broke 12 feet from tfchg.FQR for John with security. .For de- -721L_ ___ Up -- -- --- _- 4-11.....-
Limbaugh in Lakeland from University of Delaware James Phillips and A. Q. tAJK! ,send name,,address, phone FOR SALE- 1951 Dodge 2 REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE
motion Commissioner the
Approved a by top, 'causing the wire to
Friday to Wednesday. Saturday after being home Smith were in Warner Rob- I II number to:. door. Good transportation, S39.95. plus one 40" Hotpoint
installing fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Elliottof for the Spring holidays. bins, Ga. last Thursday and Chastain for ..SALS;, -.2 ,j>r. concrete : Xatmal:, 'Training: Service, motor fair body; good shape. electric stove for $39.95. Take

Fort Walton Beach were C. I. Jeffords of Jacksonville Friday on business.Mr. a light at the boat rampon Damages to the car, a stove !i block home in walking distance Box A, Starke FJa.lotpApr4.. Phone 964-7111. Madison and up payments on one stereo
Santa Fe Lake as a guid$ short-circuited, the ..1 I of shopping area and! Cherry Sts. $125.00. ltp and one TV at Dahmer's Discount
1 weekend guests of Mr. and was Monday luncheon and Mrs. D. B. Harleyare by wires
: churches. .
Furnished ----- --- House.
for incoming boats after dark. or unfurnished Itchg.
Mrs.'Smith DeVoe. guest of Mr. and Mrs. George spending Wednesday to looset and labor to 're'-.I : REGISTER NOW for adu --- --
t Approved a request by Farm; Quiet, large lot, 19 FOR RENT Furnished A- J. H. bill
string the wire caine 'to evening classes. Mail
Miss Betty Lou Wamwright Huggins. Saturday ,in Kimberlin i a total trees.. Call 9692845tfchst: I oartments 1 & 2 bedrooms >m. ----- -- .
Forester Don Champion that of ----, course selections to L. H. Gib 1612 foot Admiral
$1,057, Musgrove said. I Chest Freez
of FSU home for the Heights. Term where they we nay lights and water. Con-
was Col. and
Mrs. Lloyd H. Le- the board back legislation to; I Lacy Norman .. son. Drawer'100: Starke. J2.0C er. Like new take
tact 431 Center St. up pay-
weekend.Mr mis are guests for several daysof will attend, the wedding of place a ceiling of $3,000 on the FOR SALERea'onabIepriced Appliances. Phone or Bullinrton fee ncr course. Negro adult ments. Dahmer's Discount
and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson their daughter. Elaine to Dick Rape Sentence Day contact Prof. Thomokins. R.J
Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long, amount that a county can put used Televisions. Refrigerators 964-6551. Night House. ItchgC6.ME
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert while enroute to their home'I Besteder on Friday afternoon.Mr. into the Farm Forester pro- Handed DownIn ;, Washers. Excellent chg E. School., tfch? SEE- -COME: -SAVE-

Kelly of Gainesville were visiting in Wilmington. Dela. after and Mrs. Ben Rowland gram annually. Condition. Bullington Appliances S PEYTON FLORIST NEW AND USED-Chain saws Kelvinator "Value Magic."

t Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kellyon spending two months in Mex- have had as guests, Mr. and Told Commissioner George Circuit Court ] tfchg I 119 S. THOMPSON: ,ST. $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. Highest Trade-ins. Top value.

Sunday. ico.Health. Mrs. Dwight Marshall and ;Roberts that he, was correctin I I Lawn mowers sales and ser- Amazing low prices. Better appliances -
| Leon Harmon Pringle, 22 PHONE 9614155I vice.. Your McCulloch Dealel
children of
Apalachicola over through constant ba-
informing constituent that
1 a year old Lawtey man, was NEW, BEAUTIFUL NIGHT 964$891or 969-1022 Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv. 1
the weekend and Mr. and I s c improvement. McGrif
the board did not
for culvert
'f- ;_ Facts Mrs. George McDaniel of Tal- to go under pay turn-offs given a sentence of from six I ,' ,. ,DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS I N.3411., East, Gainesville. Fla.tfchg 6- Trading Mart, 130 N. Court St.

I: 11". __ ___ lahassee for several days this from highways into private I months ta five. years in the.. We Wire Flowers Anywhei'itfchg 2tp {-11
prison after pleading
I property.
r.-" I I guilty to a charge of statutoryrape. KINGS BERRY Electra-Tronics Inc Af.BLUE CHIP DRIVE. IN.
.. Its ,
r a fact that nerve energy flows Mrs. DeWitt Jones of Gainesville IHOMES LOSE WEIGHT Safely with ,

,;'; S ,. from the brain over the nervous system to and Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. Holy Week Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Full I Industrial Division, Sales, Service __ __ 2tp J-2
Pringle had been
every organ of the body. Without this I, spent several days last weekin originally weeks supply only 98c Mit- Repairs on Motors, Generators PENSACOLA BAHIA gras

fi' I nerve energy tHe organs cannot function Jacksonville. Services Set charged with, rape of a 15- 3 TO '4. BEDROOMS chcll's Drugs. 6tp, .4-18 Switching: and Controls seed for sale. Floyd WininJ..
year-yld Starke school girl, --- Phone 2721, Brooker.
normally. Pressure the I Mr. and At I 1 OR BATHS BY OWNER5 acres and I Weidtrs and Tools, Powei
on spinal nerves I Mrs. T. H. Slade MethodistThe but in an appearance before I _.___. 4tchgJ-18
good clean all modern home Conversion, Transformers.:
*' is the most common source 'of'organ fail- '.were in Tallahassee on business Circuit Judge Geo. L. Patten 1, V. A. $50 DOWN for sale. 3 bedrooms, living .Service and Repair to AD FOR SALE-One acre hams

DK DoUlnlf'r. urea Spinal adjuestments by the trained on Tuesday and Wednes- Starke Ministerial! Alliance last, Thursday, the court a- FHA 3% DOWN room, dining room, kitchen, Heavy Industrial Electrical sites. adjacent to Southsid&

Chiropractor restores health promptly and day.Mrs. will be in charge of greed t to accept the lesser plea. BRICK OR family room. l1% bath. Fire- Equipment I Elementary, High and Dry
efficiently. E. K. Ferryman will Holy Week services to be held A. charge against Randall place. drapes and carpet $2,500, an acre. Contact Billy
1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'TilfcPHONE
enter St. Vincent's Hospital at 12 noon in' the First Methodist -. ox. also of Lawtey of being through out house go with .Jackson...... Starke.-- tfch.g. ,

Ml. II. C. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE!I| on Apr. 8 for eye surgery. Church, April '812. an accessory to 'the act. ,' sale. '10 minutes drive from 572-128ft I j FOR SALE: 7 room 2 bath-,

426 N. Walnut St. Phone 961-2881 Starke, Fla.! Mrs. E. A. Winkler. Robert The following schedule win dropped. w-as'l I IElyin. IS BELIEVING" Starke: Phone for appoint- tfchg i house utility room, large cor*

Swift and daughter. Mrs. Amy be observed: 'I Casey of Starke was ment 964-3043 Ira H. Truex. ner lot, newly decwated inside -

Insurance Cases Accepted 'j Prandle spent last Monday to l\fonaaY-Rev. Ralph Crawford sentenced to two concurrent j CONTACT / _ _ _--4tp-4-11- WE DON'T 210 E. Adkins St., kej

Wednesday in St. Petersburg I minister of the Highway i two-year terms after pleading I EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Sell you vvve help you buy next. door.. t----I tfchr

visiting Mrs. Kitty Hoppen- : Chapel Assembly of God will ] euilty ;to' possession of moonshine -'j ES. Apply in person. at Garden Good selection of new anc FOR SALE- Large fan man'
:1 LaRUE i' Restaurant. tfchg used 8' and 10' dolin. large auditorium
stedt. qMrs. be the speaker and music I whiskey and breaking! Corp. j wide, Mobile ,- Qul

CIVIC .AUDITORIUM Joe Wilson visit- provided by the Madison I and entering a home at Brook- | FOR: SALEL Good Registered Homes. tar. 1955 Buick Special, starke'
was Shoe Sf.:
Repair. 418 E. Call
Street I Angus bull breeding age. Also LAKE GENEVA
Baptist Church
I choir. I
ing Mrs. H. C. Wall in st.j, ; j er.John Vernon J 400 W. Madison St. Argentina Bahia grass seed. TRAILER PARK __ _____ ltehit

JACKSONVILLE Augustine from Wednesday to j Tuesday- Rev\ Bob Bad- Thompson received Write Box: 640.Starke or phone I 1 mi.: SE of Keystone Hta FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished .'
sentence of PHONE
a from 9648641JFree
gett minister of six
Monday while Col. Wall was! .theChristianChurch ,, Lucian Conner 964-0284. Route 100 house on Westmore.

in Walter Reid Hospital for 1 : speaker; 'music by,, to 18 months-'pris for i Estimates Of Build-I 4tchg4-ll_ on land St. See Sam Rosenberg.
Mon. April 8 thru Sat. .April13 | First Baptist Church choir. breaking and enferins Stark tfchgi
a checkup. i Dry Cleaners & Laundry 1 ing And HousemovingA i,i MOBILE HOMES XlO' wide )II -_tfchg... ,
T. Quigley of:
1 I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner i: I I to 60'. 50x10 as low as $3,888 ; WILL KEEP children while
I.... It ':30 Wed. andSa t.-MH. at 2GO I I the Gospel i FOR SALE
of Cuyahoga Falls Ohio. and Tabernacle weaker A WATKINS ROUTE 1D thIS with monthly payments.: mother works or shops Ph.

ONLY CITY IN FLORIDA WHERE THIS I Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville ; music by 'First Presbyterian is ,open for semi-retired.I $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with block Ready, house mix concrete: sand concrete. 964-2332. ltp
: piers .ee- -- --
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Church choir. man. or lady, semi-re-
I Many monthly
ventoried by payments 5158.
SPECTACULAR MUSICAL WILL BE are visiting Mr. and a representative WE Byy AND SELL good
PRESENTED tired I i I ment, mortar mix, rock, steel used -
people earn $50.00 to Trailer Mart. Inc. U.s.
I Mrs. Merritt Williams for two ThursdayRev.. John R. of the office of The Adjutant, Hiway';': oyster shell, limerock roof appliances and furniture.We .
100.00 per' week depending 17, Box 468. East Palatka, ZA- ,.
S weeks. i I Brabham pastor First Metho- starting. Monday gravel lintels.] BRADFORD pay cash. McGriff Trading -
time '
on devoted to Route. 8-1050.
RONALD GA1LE S : dist Church. speaker music morning. i tfchg Mart. 130 N. Court St
; .
I 'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Williams :' \:'I Also have 1 full time Route ENGR. CO. Phone
by First Methodist choir. During the week records' FOR SALE i!I Starke. 964-2521'1 phone 964-1021. ltehr
and daughter and Mrs. open. Maybe you can qualify/ -- -
I A RAKE11RNE\ I', Ed Williams' of Ashburn. Ga.j Friday- Rev. Wm. M. Dun- ;,; and equipment will be auditedby For personal Interview your'! Excellent, business location.:: I II WANTEDMAN to disc less

-UIIVSIC.q i I were weekend guests of Mr. t agan. pastor of Madison Street 'the representative and CW- area, write J. H. McGarity 200 ft. on Hiway 301 N. includes. -;I HASTINGS MATTRESS i than *3 acre to good,planting;

I and Mrs. Willard Williams. I Baptist Church, speaker: mu- 0 A.. L. Crosby Jr.. and CWOAlbert" ':: Box 627 Williston. Florida, : 3, BR year old house. i& UPHOLSTERY WORKS condition. Two miles out on
sic by First Christian Church Foster, 3tchg 4-18 $11,000. $500 down. $85 mo.- Keystone Hlshwaj.:; Newton
rjg1ii1!!! I Local admittances to Bradford _S --- -- Or house with 100 ft. frontage '719 Lemon si. ?alatkFurniture I Thorsland.

County Hospital this ,[I choir. ..S i iI I, During' training assembty: on j SINGER SEWING MACHINE!! $10,000.: Call 964-8641. Repaired, -- -____ --Itp-
\ I I I The 30-minute Holy Week April 8.. clothing 'trill be in- j CO. Sales & Service by au- tfchg i I Poster Shi Smith
week Include .
1 : Mrs. Mary Carol Upholstered! & Refinished _.
I -- -
,I services are being held fo[,the ventoried. and inspected. and thorized representative. Contact -

tuARlES[ VIUOR.. Sapp Mrs. Gladys Haber- entire community.; Everyone"I'i each puardsmafl' will 'be instructed ; John Edenfield, 964- FOR RENT Two bedroom MATTRESSES, REBUILT sale BALDWIN Will sell organ cheap 3 .yrs old for
stroph -sacrifice.
Mrs. '
Loyree Cocomize !
is cordially welcome and to have.his equipment' 6863. or Stump's Dept. Store: apartment, furnished. Inquire New Jnnersprings interested call ,

,: oreBlOIHUSOH I Mrs. Corine Roberts and 'Mrs. to attend any or all urged services :-I.. arid, ";>".'clothing.. with, .him on-that 961-651. tfehg from Mrs. Martin 509 Center and Box Springs 964-24&1.. .1tpONE

Gladys Weldori. ,Mrs. C. ..H.Nasworthy' night.iI't Street. tfcbg _-- -
during the week. j Furnished and'' DrUsAc..zd.tcalJ
was discharged on ." I TON ADMIRAL Air conditioned -
GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE j i is t the unit unfurnished a rtments. Also I PALATKA KA 5-llff '
Monday and Mr. Nasworthy I $179.95 value for
ha's more than $250,000 unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom,' Income'Tajc Service .
I Company 4-5tS4 14350. 5800 certified
\ was admitted on Tuesday, {t worth of tools, htjusea: Reasonable rent W. H. nema
I I t y i vehicles MR&r PEGGY SHALLEB ra ln Larger at
I : ones prices
Nollman. Starke. tfchH i
PIW.I: Men. thni Tia,& w.i. '*< Sel. Mot.-'" Orch. ..4! $$.50; Miss Kate Struth has returned ToBe'Audited : clothing. and. .other Charles El Hutcheson Stute big discount. Dahmer's Discount
2at, $4.50; Bale. $]00. $2.00. FrL and $.t. i.-ltt Oftk. ..i l .. from three weeks visit Agent ;
I ** equipment on hand. j FOR .RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished Mom FrL After 5. P.. M. I House, 125 E. Call St.
$ .00t 2rt 0"- $: )G B..c. ".00, .
$ $1.00. '
; Wed. Orch. u4 Lotll '
with !
her sister 81-2 miles
Mrs. Leah The 622nd house. ... I !
J4-50) IM ttct. MiO; laU. U.00. $1.00. Ordnance Co.. ; j AU Day Saturday 1I 8tchg 5-23
i I BaUknight in _Jacksonville )j local National Guard unit,will North of Starke on Hiway! 15.j I APARTMENT FOR RENT-2 _. .

l.failold!'" uccc[>leJ-SenJ chftk .r .money order to lax Civic .M,&, F. F. Stump and conduct an annual'audit and '
/acAjonriJ/e florida and tncltit tell. juldrewft. itinthpe. ; "tfchg_ 521 Pratt per mo. Also small apartment -, female 3 yean old. Excellent .
.. : .daughters Lillian and Mrs. Inventory during' the week you write.. Come in. ant u SU Starke I '
lIumpeJ Pleat m ke'sure to tdtise which ptrfarmutM T $50 per mo. Utilities bloodline. Dodhouse Included ,
I y+ur tUkcl it /.'. M.>1 .Jers now aaj gtt lest 1Ht 'mttilMe. 1 John W. 'Griffin Tisited' Mr: April! 8-12. -: select ,you favorite ESTEK- FISH BAIT For Worms and i Chged 4.12f furnished M. R. Judd 127 La- ;j price $35. Call 964-

I r .. .- '..- .f-.ft' and* .Irs. W. H. Thomson 'in All clothinjr. equipment, and I BOOK. Fountain.P ;rEIGikFu. !;-1 Missouri 'Minnows see 4-11'Bill", ,'fayette phone 964:3951. tfchg1 I 5521. Itch?

Moaticello on Sunday. funds will be audited and ia- S Stern. 301. South. Stchs .

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I|,St. Marks Auxiliary :Woman's Club I. ,1 I 1 broke:' he added. I II ||Funeral Sunday T J Presbyterian; !
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Met At Home : Sponsors FinalFundRaiding WHAT, WHEN i Lawtey Council In otter action at the :, I ,
j I I ..* i I meeting the council: (For J. B. DenmarkOf (Choirs To Pfesent' i

(Of Mrs. T. G. Ritch i I EventThe i AND.WHERE I Continued mom Page One] Heard from a group of Ne-j( Raiford' : I Easter' Cantata. i.,

citizens who
I gro requested:
*' The Woman's Auxiliary of'I Woman's Club will bethe j. higher than the government's drive-ways be filled in across James B. Denmark 57. of The combined choirs of tha I

GLADYS, .. MOOTY. PHONE, 984-0691 St. Mark's Episcopal Church' scene tonight [Thurfdaylof ] I Apr. 8 I: low of '3 3-4 per cent offered ,, ditches in front of their homes ;Raiford. died lAst Friday in ]First Presbyterian Church.,

... ...... ,,' S .:. met Monday nlsht at the a fund-raising supper; climaxed : Little Women's Club, 7:30: ,,I now. L so they could park their cars j I; ,a Lake Butler hospital. He will present an Toaster cantata, I

May Breakfast IJ New Officers"J home of Mrs. T. G. Ritch with'; by a fun-filled prop! .m. club house. I j iWith construction costs up in their yards instead of on'j'j was a native of Raiford. movI : "Olivet to Calvary." at 7:30 p.

| M is. H. C. Brown a<; co-host-:\ ram presented by Mrs. H. Beta Sigma Phi sorority 8..;i 15 per cent over 1957 the system the highway. :I ing to Jacksonville in 1924. :m. 'Thursday.. Apr. 11.

Committee Members .Are Elected 'ese.:: Mrs. Edward, r..uir con- \ v Knight and her "Jubilet- p.m. I I ( would now cost the city The group also wanted j i i ;and resided there until his The message of the cantatais

Guests At Luncheon By Club I j ducted the ,devutwuavI ; : *es." Clyde Terwillegar will : Apr. 9 !I closer! to $138.000 than the something done about a drain-I,| return to Raiford in 1957. He i centered around the Cruel- I,
,, Junior
I Mrs. Cb'deTerwill.egar, serve as master of ceremon- ,1 Wesleyan Service Guild ; original; 120222. It was also age ditch in which foul water -. was employed as a carpenter. ;fixion Qf Christ. Solo parts t

Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. C. i I| president: read a letter from ie a. ': 7;::30 p.mhome of Mrs. Charle -I I estimated in the original'rei stands, but were told 'the until ill health forced! his re- will be sung by Mrs. P. D. "

J. Hqupt were hostesses at' New officers for the JuniorWoman's at'i i' AU.K: >Mildred Geltz, president All members and friends of e; C. Johns. I i i port that customers would ditch belonged to the state.',I tirement several years ago. !! :Fancher Jr., soprano; Tom L i,

luncheon on Wednesday at Club were elected : of District III, urging as many I[I the club are invited to attend Apr. 19 f, have to pay a $3.50 monthly and the city had no jurisdic I, Surviving are two' daugh-i Casey, bass; Ray Salazaar i
the regular meeting held Monday \ j this event, starting with supper : Starke Woman's Club. 3:30: minimum terse Mrs. Emma LeeS Flynn of :
the home of the. latter lor the' i! women as possible to attend I j '' charge which would tion. i tenor; and Rev. H. Walton
social committee of the May night at 8 o'clock in the i j the Spring District Meeting atI I j served from 5:30: until' p.m. club house. I net the city $42.50 per year Starke. and Mrs. Rosella Alderman i Grady. baritone. Henry Greene .
club! Reversed a decision madeat .
Breakfast. j I' SU James' Church in Perry until 7:30: o'clock. An "East.eronnett't Apr. 12 : per customer. The 1957' report their Bradenton; a son :is the director, and. Mrs. Henry -
. The Easter theme was at- '! Those named were: Mrs. i i. on April 24. The Rev Mr. B( will be given as a BPW luncheon, 12 noon, i i also said that Lawtey at that meeting last month Buddy Denmark. Starke; a' i Greene the organist. ,
Randal Chitty. president; Mrs. I door prize. i Garden Restaurant. I tj time had to move one light pole in the; brother. Robert J. Denmark, '
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tractively carried out in the 'j i George Bedell will be thepeaker i residential cus- t As a part of the program
lovely: flower arrangements James Rowe. first vice president sl and will give .a re- This fund-raising event is': j' t omers, 15 commercial customers Negro section. Councilmen : Jacksonville; and two sisters and inspiration for the eve- .

throughout the home. Centering ; Mrs. Tom Casey, second 51 sume ol the college -work of j i il under the auspices of the finance i and two motels plus Reddish, Shuford, and Kelly"all Mrs. Beadie Braddock, Jacksonville ning. the Sacrament of Communion '

the dining room table was' vice president; Mrs. Bill Eppa. }l the Diocese.Registration and I Ii I! committee with Mrs. 'Youth Kjlled : the] school, but the council said they had looked at i; and Mrs.' Eva Curtis ': will be served about

a beautiful arrangement of :, third vice president; Mrs. I coffee at 10 a.m followed Guy Sale'as vice president in i l seemed to think that 100 cus-, ['the particular pole since last j i Waycross Ga. i mid-way through the cantata. '

sweetheart roses in shades of George Shuford. fourth vice I I i I Holy Communion.: by I'I'I charge; of finance, and Mrs. IContinued From. : Page 1] 1 tomers is an optimistic estimate !- m nth and could see no pur- Funeral services were held :,' The public is cordially invited -
pink In On president; Mrs. Fred Snell Pah'icia Cauffman and Mrs. > to pose to be served by moving ,: at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Wilson !- to attend this special
bisque the
a compote. j Mrs. Herbert Thomas I f f | as number of
secretary; !!rs..Kenneth Grider 'I gave j. D. Warren, co-chairman. west. i f! it to the' location & Brannon Funeral Home' Maundy service
the buffet was a. tall cherub | 11 report on work being: done I persons who would take thepUblic suggested Thursday and
candelabra with pink tapers. I i treasurer; and Mrs. H. v.1 by the United Thank Offering. j! It will be the final money- "In my opinion he was killed water. ;!I by Councilman Phillips. It wasi'II in Lake Butler with Rev. Al- j all who are Christians are in- .

At- each place setting for the'! Knight sponsor. I She requested all women to be making project of the current ,' instantly. I doubt if he" Dr. Smith replied that he,I : decided not to move the pole len Price officiating. Burial :1 vited to receive the Sacrament
A program on juvenile delinquency j club year.WSCS ever knew what hit him, if it was in Sapp Cemetery. I
2Q guests were favors of Easter I could show the customer that would cost the city monI !j of Communion
present at the Corporate Communion Trooper Fowler said. Whitehead
I -
nests holding colored was presented by :I I a private and |
grass pump well could I U i eYe
on May 5, which is was' hit from the !
eggs and miniature florets. I I Miss Florence Jennings, county the UTO Ingathering. Officers by the right front fender rear and : not be operated for $42.50 per, I Heard from D. A, Jones who I jJ Bible Conference |]Frame Dwelling ,

Plans were made for the !! .juvenile. counselor, who I Elected For Year I '' year.: i protested the closing of & : t
.' showed "before and after" I Mrs. Ritch was named ( windshield of the truck. His i' At Baptist Church I]Burns In Reno
May Breakfast of.the Starke I railroad crossing the road1'I
( Councilman I' on
chairman of the annual < Dave Shuford
II Eas-i body was found 110 feet from 1.
pictures to illustrate' the value ''
Woman's Club after lunch. I ;! ter Egg Hunt to The following officers 'said that, figuring on construction which leads from his home to' Conferencewill I
{ of camping programs and' be held at II| have where both his shoes still lay i, A five-day Bible The Starke Fire Departmentmade
I, I I been elected the Woman's ,. costs of $138,000 at i| U.S. 301. The council had agreed ; at the first
I the Parish House at 4 p.m. by on the pavement. i | be held Bap- just one run this week
Farewell Party constant work with youth.I, Saturday Apr. 13. !I S Society the First Methodist '1 Services were held Tuesday, at four per cent interest, the> ;' to close the crossingI' tist Church of Starke starting 'I to an unoccupied frame

I For Baptist Pastor I During the business: session, The Provincial Gift was discussed I Church for theyear 1963-64: afternoon from the Pine Levelc J interest per customer for 100onnections I''i!' at the request of the railroad' Monday, April 8The series dwelling on the Old Lawtey
presided over by the president, I
and it was decided to I i Mrs. Eugene Williams, president -'' Baptist Church. where he was for one year at their last meeting. Closing win be held each night Road in Reno.

And Family Mrs.. Lavern, Outlaw four,new have Corporate Communion i ; Mrs Buford Mitchell, a member with Rev. W. E. would cost $55. Dr. Smith replied -, would. mean that residents on through Friday at 7:30 o'clock. I' The blaze started from un-
members were voted into the ,
I on the third Sunday. in May j jI j j i vice president; Mrs. Charles Hall and Rev. Roman Alvarez that he didn't know ifthat L that particular grade would Theme for the week will. be known sources at approximately -

The First Baptist pastorium :! club.An I at the regular morning ser-I I i Sawyer, recording secretary; officiating. Burial followed in I$ was correct or not since! |' not be able to cross directly II j "Things to Come." I 9:25: p.mlast Friday

was the setting: for a lovely Easter theme was used }vice. i i Mrs., Jack Eaves. treasurer: !1. the Dyal Cemetery under di- he was not doing the matbe- 1 I to U.S. 301 but would have to': The:[ study will be directed I and burned the building completely -

farewell reception held Mon- i in decorating the sunroom Mrs. Terwillezar announced : Mrs. John Brabham secretary'''' ection of DeWitt C. Jones matics. ': continue down another grade by A. C. Feigert, who is presently -!, to the ground before

day night homing: Rev. and :: where refreshments! were ser-1 i j that Rev. R. E. MacBUm, the, '|! children's work; Mrs. C. L. Funeral Home of Starke. "If we had $75,000 or even t'' on the east side of the rail- supplying the pulpit of firemen could put it out.

Mrs. Leo: Hebcrt and family ved after the business meet- j Itector. will be on Channel 12 Scholl secretary Christian sor Larry i.s survived by his, ]less in the $city treasury, road into Lawtey before en- ; the church.' The study will be II

who are moving from Starke ; I ng. Hostesses for the meet-' I TV on "The Living Word" II cial relations;, Mrs, W. B. parents Allen B. and Leona I Ii I jl' would saj' "0' ahead and I'I terrng the main 'highway. i I conducted on an informal basis -

the latter part of April. The ins were Mrs. Harold Godwin., I program:) during Holy Week, Thompson, secretary literaI -:!i Dobbs Whitehead; two sisters| try: ltt" Mayor Charles Shu- Jones was told that the 1 I with opportunity for audience ,

party was given by the ladiesof :Mrs. J- L. Andrews, and Mrs I Monday Apr. 8, through Frit! I t turec and publications; Mrs. .', Mrs. Marjorie. Bishop of Augusta -1 j I ford told the two -engineers crossing was actually on county participation. A ques- Now Playing

the church. Frank Reaves. I day. Apr. 12. at 6:30: a.m. eachj.t j: Jack McComb. secretary misj.: Ga. and Charlotte[' !' "But when you'rt' uv'our fffi-, 'property 'and maintained tion and answer period will :
The pastorium was decorated -! I 1 morning. !II,I sionary e due a tion; Mrs./' \Vhitehead of Lake Butler;/:' nanciall] shape-. '-.-.-." the mayor l ;, by the county and that the' also be featured. j Florida Theatre

for the occasion with artistic Barbara Colley I The president named the I George Huggins. secretary promotion two brothers. Allen B. Whitehead added. I city 'had no jurisdiction there. : The public is invited to par-

arrangements of aprln; And Walter Harvey Altar Committee and hostesses ;, ,Mrs. H. H. :Adams, Jr. and Charles E. Whitehead "Very few towns pay cash, ,I Councilman'' Shuford said that ticipate in these studies, and ,;

flowers placed at vantage I for choir practice as follows !- 1 I secretary spiritual life; Mrs., ,both of Lake Butler. i, in fact that's never done; but I the board's permission had all members of, the church are ;|, WaItDlsney.1L's
points throughout the first Wed In Atlanta i ]E. L. !: the point the State Board of 'to attend. i
: Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. Matthews. secretary ,, 3 His maternal grandparents i.i i. been sked by 'the railroad': urged i
floor. "' 0j ii, aad Mrs. Thomas in April: student work; Mrs.- Walla i are Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie O.|! Health wantsr to'make-'b," ?ngineer -' I and had' been :given but the ;: Music for the series will be ;
The tea table was covered! Of local interest is the j Mrs. Linsey., secretary supply work :'. Raufe pointed out', of
George Miller and Mrs. ;; Dobbs of Raiford and his pa- ; city has no authority to- eith- under the direction Lavern i
with an imported Madeira marriage of Miss Barbara Leei I Terwillegar in May. Mrs. Wai-13! :Mrs. C. S. Haddock'secretary t ternal grandparents are Mr. "that.. you need the"-system for I''I er'remove or ''retain the cross- Outlaw.

cutwork cloth centered with i i (Colley. daughter of Mrs. J. W. ter Richardson wilt be hostessto youth work. j i and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead ofs :; the safety:'or''the' citizens of,, ing. :;, I

a fan-shaped arrangement of 3 Ritch and Carr Colley, to the Auxiliary in May. The following committees s ]Lake Butler.Science. i Lawtey and 'tourists that-'use L -

blue, white and yellow irb., I, Walter Crowly Harveyof Atlanta I It was announced that Mrs. 11 have been appointed: j (the 'city's'facilities-""The;, 'mayor ; '' I Social Security :

and day lilies. Balancing the ] and Pensacola. The wed- Richardson and :Mrs. W. H.. NominationsMrs.. W. B.. I and the entire 'o ncI i 2 i Woods? FITSan'tc1 : ,
: arrangement were four. low' i ding was performed Saturday Fair I agreed with! Raufe- but still A representative of the
; Graham altering !
j are making and Thompson, chairman; Mrs. C.. j 1 By \
silver candle holders with -! did not bend 'questioning Gainesville Social Security FOR SALE
yellow < afternoon, March 30, at 4 I choir vestments. E. Johns. Mrs. J. R. Wain- I on
tapora. Silver trays held I Bal- I .., .. i i the method -of financing the! Forest Service I! office will be in the courtroom'
o'clock Rev. Ronald
( by wright, Mrs- E. [
K. Continued
Rev. MacBlain dismissed I Ferryman,, From Pus ] '
t cakes and at one end of the: ]lard in the Algood Methodist the group after which refresh I Mrs. Titus Olson. f 1 : ,system. .f 1.Two S i .' > i I of the Bradford County courthouse Excellent business l loca

table was a crystal punchbowl i : i Church Atlanta Ga. I Local church activities in both the biological and j I "Mayor, you are saying the woods fires were reported at 9:30: a.m. Friday
ments were served by the I .- tion. 200 ft. on Hivvay 301
while at the other end I j The bride was given in hostesses. Mrs. Robert Green. chairman. .i; 'physical science divisions of f !same thing we'hear every i I by' Forest Service : April! 12 for the purpose of ,

was a silver coffee service. ': i marriage by J. W. Ritch. Attendants I Public relations- Mra.: E.] I the, talent search and in I |time we start anew program,'? headquarters in' Bradford conducting social security N. includes 3 BR year old

Guests were greeted at the i, I were Mrs. Tommy i i j D. Olmstead, chairman. 1 'seven categories of the science II Dr. 'Smith stated: "It's more : County last week with 2.2 acres business. -
I ; Chapman $11,000. $500 down
Beverly ,
fair. The ; ]money than you've eve i' I 'burned. Since Jan. 1 there
door by Rev. and Mrs. Hebert. I Johns. sister of the bride, and Flowers Mrs. VernonSmucker. I i science fair portion
They were presented with a I Joe Montgomery.The Weds Bert McGeeIn chairman. i I: 'of' the event will'include recognition I thought; of spending but you'll] have' been 41 fires with 438.6 i THE RIGHT POINT for ti*;$8i per mo. Or house with
her attend ( of first, second like it :when the system, begins -1 acres burned. During the same yea mite. C me in aadi
check for $10tt as a love offering bride and Circle chairmen: Mrs. Ver- 1 and j I war !
from friends.Approximately / ant wore smart afternoon; Quiet Ceremony I non Smucker, Mrs. F. S. !i third place winners of both to bring in more revenue.' period last"year there were 99 I i select year favorite ISTEBI ::1|!' 100 ft. frontage, $10,000.

200 guests' dresses complemented I ,i j Smith, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, J] Junior and senior divisions in I to the'city." 'I fires, with 632.6 acres burned. BROOK Fountain Pea. TEL.i Call 964-8641, tfeh

called between the appointed j orchid corsages. Miss Beverly Ann Chapman,, ;all seven categories. : "I don't know of a public:! I No, rain was recorded during G! !n. .. I II
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. ]Mrs. Harry Green, and Mrs i system yet ,that has the week .' I I
houis, 7:30: and 9 o'clock. Following the wedding the I J. W. Andrews. The Florida Foundation for gon.e ... ending Monday. ;
bridal party and Mr J. W. V. Chapman of Lake City,, I Future Scientists! sponsor of --

Open House HeldIn Ritch enjoyed a wedding sup formerly of Starke. and Bert I] the annual event'will give $25: f
.Edward McGee of Mr.I Senior Citizens '
| bonds to both first'place win.
in Atlanta, after which
New Home the bride and groom left for I I and Mrs. Walker McGee ofj iSet< Special Meet ners in the talent search and :

Of Benny McRaes a trip to North Carolina. j Starke were married in a 'I I to the 14 winners'in both junior What' Show !

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey havean quiet ceremony last Friday af. A special meeting of the i, and senior divisions of

t Mr. and Mrs. Benny Mc- apartment at 880 Glendale t ternoon at. 6 o'clock in the Bradford County Senior Cit-: \1' the science fair. The founda-:
: Atlanta:, presence of the immediate | izens Club will ion will also give $10 cash
Rae were honored at an open I Terrace N.B.; Aptju, ; be held at theWoman's ,
1! families Rev. H., Walton prizes to
by second place ,
8 Ga.Woman's Club at 7:30 I
house Sunday from three to I pin ;
five o'clock at their new homeon Grady, pastor of the First t Tuesday, April 9. Charles Jners'in!! the-same categories. ;

Epperson Street. Hostessewere. Club Presbyterian Church. I! Cowl and Dr. John Marcelloe The foundation. is sponsoring .
Both the bride and t; of Lake City will discuss this year's program in MOROCCO
Mrs, Paul Faulkner, Mrs.
!: :To Hear Forester groom are graduates of Bradford I medical care for the aged. A ', cooperation>with the Unfrer- .. .
A. B. Whitehead, Mrs. J. C
"I I County High School.] question and answer, eriodJ sity of Tampa/the University

Sapp. Mrs 1'';. L. Watterson; i..... O. McCullers Jr. of Lake; I i l They will reside at Fort,.Hood 1.I i iL will be held, and there will :I of South Florida, aRd Hills-

Mrs. Joel Jackson Mrs. AlviaFarr I} City, Information and Educational L- i Texas. where Mr. McGee ,is ; also be the usual program of borough County publicschools... ,
MIR. Bishop Myrick, andMrs. I AA ALL STAR
I Forester, will talk on ;i stationed with the First Ann- j fun for Senior Citizens.BridgeLuncheon. Special Awards
Sidney Jackson.A "Multiple Use of Forest ored Division. Special awards to ba givenin .' .

yellow and white color i Lands" at the Starke Woman's,;, these:presentedby
motif was carried out In th' i, Club meeting to bo held next ;Circle WSCS the foundation will include is
Spring flower arrangementsplaced prizes In a of Minstrels
variety cate-
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 1 !150
Mrs. W. B. Sewell was host
at vantage points
j Met Tuesday : gories. Among them *
o'clock at the club house. : are:
I ess to the Wednesday morningbridge |
throughout the home. The refreshment j A Navy science cruise,
Miss Dorothy Ros chair* t I club at lovely bridge- given
table in the dining
: ;i man of the Conservation: dei '-1, Circle 5 of the First Metho'' I luncheon on Wednesday of by the U.S. Navy; a handbook .
room, was .,covered with i a th !! WSCS met Tuesday OL chemistry given' 'bj* the '
i I partment will introduce icjdist' j > last week. I .1
clothand :
white lace
handsome. [ j' j
speaker. morning at the home of Mrs. Chemical Rubber. Cot; $150 in *
centered with a fan- Hostesses for the afternoon Eston Jordan with the chair- .i The Sewell home, was lovely '- ,. cagh,..awarded. b1 the Florida'L HIGHSTEPPING.- .
of I for the. occasion, with attractive .
shaped arrangement ,
will .be; Mrs. F, B. Beard I man. Mrs. Jack Eaves presid-1' Society of Pathologists to .
roses.. A garland of yellow roses a r r a ngements of>
: I chairman, Mrs. H. 0, inj.-A special Easter program, ; between two and five students -I
: was also arranged around BollinI of spring flowers. Two tables of In both junior and'Isenior' HIGH FLYING.
the events
I ger, Mrs. Rebecca I, covering each of > bridge '.
the crystal punch bowl at one Mrs H. C. Broadway, Mrs. A. Holy Week, was presented,'b. j' followed the delicious, categories; a $50,-cash award -,' t" "! "

end of the table. 1 U :Brown Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. Mrs. W B* Thompson. .y,1( luncheon. from', tie .Florida' Public' ,
The hostesses the :
presented f
: ., Mrs. S A. DeVoe, Mrs. G. Plans were madefor the < Health Association; $150 incaah ;
honored couple with a pressure ''I I S. Brown, Mrs. Denver Devil i last meeting of the. year to]School Board to be divided among six COMEnv. 1
cooker as a memento o < junior and senior exhibitorschosen it .
\ rfck. Mrs. Vic Frees. Mrs. C.| be a covered dish luncheon i : '-S I.

the occasion. A. Futch, Mrs. Jerry Gay: Silent prayer partnerswill be> ;, j by the, Florida-Heart' .

Seventy-five guests. were Invited Mrs. Mack Futch, Mrs. W. I F. i- disclosed at this time. .. to attend this delightfulaffair. I : .
| from the National Aeronautics I ;
Glenn. Mrs. S. W. Hamilton.: Refreshments .we.r& served! ;' .
I Mrs.'J. E. Hardy and Mrs. I L.J: j by the. hostess to the nine orated towns to ten per cent and Space-J\inietration.' .

I II a.'HlUtn.. members: present .t of the asiessed value -of real'l Cash awards of $250 in the
j -
Birthday Party I j!i and,personal pro pert?,.He said junior. and senior' divisions i

Club Has I that Brooker .WQU14 need t 0., from the Florida division of : :
McLeodPaul Phi
For Paul Junior Beta '
bo11'ow.apprcmmately $ iQjthe, American Cancer Society; ic : < : i BBS Auditorium

McLeod celebrated his i!Fashion Show The Beta Sigma Phi aaron for a prppased- ,water 31st.em" 5Q Mentor science books to' ba! ;: .. \ -
The presentassessed, value oLpropert.r. divided among third place -l
thirteenth birthday anniver- ;I i J The j :Junior 'Woman's Clubheld ity will entertain prospective ;.il\ Brooke i.s $13S- ; winners in the junior and sen-' ( FRIDAY
sary Saturday when l his parents p- '. rushees Monday night, : APRIL 12
a .fashion show last Aprf ,000. Pierce.said .which wouldIntan ior divisions of all seven cat- it ,
Mr. and Mrs. II, A Mc- 8, at 7 o'clock at the .. ..
: : :1// **
I Thursday night at 8 o'clock r debt, limit of $13,600') f egories in the J science fair; af *
'I I :
Leod gave a surprise party : Muriel Gay. Each member I is,
with Mrs. R, S. Mullins serving under the preset law. f sat. of World Book eneyclope-,: j /
for him that evening at their ( reminded tp call on.the :=irshe 3:00: I P.
as narrator. The fashions ,A government}. loan will bet > duo; and fivecertificates'! 1 + ; 11.'.!
home on Lafayette Street. is sponsoring and escort ..
were modelled by club men I-1 applied for to finance the wa L-| from the TJ-S. Air Force. (! ,
The McLeod home decorated her to the meeting.
was br and their children and t ter system; Pierce aaid ,an dILls A $500 scholarship from The -r : I St'
for the occasion with t .
andcrepe ;;i were supplied by local stores. planned to, payoff the1- '' Tampa Tribune Co. a $1,000''! ; .
blue and white balloon !
| ;! After the show, a dessert Recent Births indebtedness with revenue! scholarship .from the Florida I .. .

paper streamets. The )I i, card party was enjoyed, with: from the :water: >> .*t. I II pbQs t1ate industry; a certifi-4'' : :t.- I,.. '' '
refreshment table was over-j I refreshments provided- by the Bradford County Hospital (! National GuariJ tate from the southeastern, .' :- .. I : w fa S.
laid with a' white linen cloth i announces th* following I) :f .w- .
American 1'
club members. branch of the
Society 2
and centered with *' sprtnyj I j" Col. Harry M. Hatcher Ji r -I -. .! >
births: \ J of Microbioiosy- .
1 of the Florida National : : Five ri- .,
flower arrangement flanked |Toastmistress Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe, guard.: tations.and a $50 cash award : : ... .
by blue candIes in crystalholders. : Starke a son Thomas Mar asked that the legislators lend "
in both junior and amior divisions ,
|!Club Meeting ion, Mar. 27. ;, their support to the approprlX I.
the Florida So- .
The 27 guests enjoyed dan Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sumner, i n of adequate funds te>r Sponsored By
l : I ciety of Medical! Technolog- : :
cing. games and refreshments The Toastmistress Club met Starke. a daughter CynthiaI | construction of a new armory I' ists; $250 in bonds for junior : ; i !9: '"

during the party hours. I I last1' Thursday evening in the |I Ann. Mar. 30. I i in Starke. He pointed ont.that.the ,.,, and senior division winner : r: :- I

Methodist Fellowship HalL 4 Mr. and Mrs. George Can- City of Starke had already'' and- fOur honorable mentions it. Starke Shrine ClubS

Recent Birth Short speeches were given ova. Starke. a- eon. George, ,*I taken action to make a' suit from the Florida Medical As- f" oA'i -

,'i on famous women in- history, Alderman Jr.. Mar. 31. I II t I able .site available 'for the I i, sociation. and a $250 award .'

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I 1.1 I i and evaluated by member ,> .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baetz- ,, proposed building. j,I from the American Cancer So '- :

Griggs of Cocoa. the formerMelissa : Three prospective, new members L. j I manf Starke a son Apr. 2. ;II ., _.1|r qety; for the best paper oa ,.. lTqu, : :iIJ: ; ;

Stallings. announce' were guests. The club Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kite Jr.. cancer presented in thetal- : fyn.For TTje
the birth of a son. AndrewPatterson still needs I I ': .
16 members to be Starke a daughter, Apr. 2% CshPaMfGriett1e.I lent search "" ,

on March 23., Maternal -.,; chartered,,, and anyone inter:'- !f .Mr and Mrs. .Frank Lentz, Rat M Khakis: er W.*L All I :rlnc program will CQnclud< 'L Admission ... -- ,

grandparents are Mr.! ested' in joining may attend Melrose ason. Apr. 2. t' C ttn.. Thkig .1. ..TeegTIP)I- with an> awards ceremony in ... Whole Family

and Mrs. T. Stallings Sr. of: the next meeting; Thursday Mr. ani: Mrs. Rothelle Jon- GRAPH r. the..- Univers.'t1of. Tampa's i $1.00 f -. -. ". ..
01 .'
Starke. J I night. Apr. 25, at 7:30: o'clock'l j es, Hampton, a son, Apr. 3. t Falk Theater-at 10 a.m. Sat-. .. .
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.. Bradford Berries Bounce Backs Diamond Squad I: ;

I I Splits ;

.' provide refrigerated expresscar
: .' : .9' ',: service for the berry
Year Old \
growers. This did not come, .Now At 3-3 I

however, until some 25 years

Industry later.Methods of packing berriesfor Bradford High baseballers I

split two games this week to
the market have changed
I f .. -. 4- even their season's record &i
L drastically over the years, with
Going StrongSeveral the size of the container get- 3-3 picking up a 9-7 victory
:; from Macclenny while drop-
:: I> ting steadily' smaller. In the
ping a decision 4-3 to Green
early days the standard crate
years The Tele- Cove Springs last Friday.
ago .
: J held 32 quarts. Later. came : _
graph. asked: : Mark Hamilton went the
,' t
T. the 36 pint crate, then the 24 .
"Is the strawberry going 4 -. p -ii'.4. I., .. pint crate, and finally now distance for Starke Tuesday ', '_____ _
the way of Sea Island cotton and was credited with the
,.. .. ) 1' -the 12-pint flat. _
----- ... -
and -
the orange tree in Bradford Tornadoes' third victory in I --- -
Prices for early berries
County's changing economy 4.' -- ranged from $8 to $15 per 32- what Coach Charles Lyle called The winning D & W Auto Supply team with sponsor D. R
?" : .f 'e .. : a loosely played ballgame. I
today's Devrick.
quart crates. In terms -
:The answer today is-NO! q _ The Tornadoes pushed across \
unit, this would be about --
The question was asked in I t .. I two runs in the first inningon 1
,. : -- 15 cents a pint average. Ber- '
the gloomy post war yearswlen I .. base hits by Bill Jackson
ries on. the Starke market
a number of adverse ._ ; *I and Terrell and a passed ball
I :. here this season have sold as
factors threatened the strawberry 'I, .. l ) and a wild pitch. : _
c flat
high as $4.70 per or
industry with extinc- They added two more in _
; about 40 cents a pint. Higher
tion. the fourth on errors and a
Among these were: the :i : ? production costs today how- single by catcher Marty Starling
1 ever, have kept the net to
tendency of berry growers to I : it and five in the fifth frameon
growers about the same as
neglect their fields while a series of errors and another -
was in the earlier days.
:seeking employment off the a I )IV : single by Starling who
At the peak of the industry
:farm; dwindling yields due to .. went 2-for-3 at the plate.In .1.1Ik
: here it was not unusual for
the inroads of sting nematodes winning his first game &-IJ'.j
plantings in the county to
the "playing out" of the _
; *.i loss Hamilton
: against one
,-, .eEI-r reach a total of 1,100 acres -
'old Missionary strain of '
--4- allowed four hits and fannedsix. _
._ and gross receipts from a sea-
plants; and the high cost and .vn. .t; son's shipments have been Starke also got only four
'hard work of strawberry pro- _
hits with Starling supplyingtwo
known to reach threequarters '

duction. .. ; ; of a million dollars. On of them. '; ;;; % t
these problems ji.4.
Today r 20 The Tornadoes play SantaFe
some days as many as car-
have been licked and, as one '
'*.1 ; loads of berries rolled from here Friday at 3:45 I JJ: .
out-of-county observer put it I' I their next contest and then
Starke and Lawtey shipping -
'this week- Bradford County : production, thus enabling later -\ Harold Norman and son, Michael, stand in the) ley Stafford, Blackburn Gil- I I. platforms in a 24-hour take on P. K. Yonge. also
'Is right on the threshold of' pin, Moore, Blanchard, and I here next Tuesday at 3:30:
Florida's : setting and cutting down middle of 20 acres of top quality berry plants, neatly .1 period.In .

again becoming winter strawberry the time necessary for culti- spaced on plastic mulching. Some plants have hadas Smith.In the days following World p.m. Runner-up Gateway Chevrolet team with sponsor Phil
the Starke J. M.
market. vation. Plants under plastic I many as 170 berries on the bush at one time. area War n, acreage dropped to I! Russell.
have heavier yields, are better Truby was an important man
a low of less than a hundred, Gardner Wins
It was pointed out that -- in the early days of the
I protected from cold damage, : and some observers feared Ladies Twilight Bowling League
Plant City, as a strawberry I and remain relatively free strawberry industry. He came that
strawberry industry
r Shot
producing area has steadily I from weeds. here with other associates here would eventually die out Has Awards Night BanquetMembers

declined in recent years, while 1 Another important factorin : from Pennsylvania in the
entirely. Due to the comeback
the once rosy prospects of the berry comeback is the 1880's and at first manageda factors, however acreage has For TornadoesShown of the Ladies Twilight [scratch]- Bettie Sprow, 591.

berry production: in the Miami changeover to the popularnew j large orange grove north of taken an upward turn in the Bowling League and I Second high three-game series

area have not lived up to i variety Florida 90, developed Starke. After the disastrous past five years with this sea- I in action in the Tor- their husbands and dates en- I scratchJoyce] Ward

expectations. Bradford County -; by the University of !- freeze of the 1890's destroyedthe son's total estimated at 250 nadoes' quadrangular track joyed an awards supper Mon 571.

on the other hand has Florida Experiment Station. citrus industry here, Mr. acres. With stepped-up yields meet in Gainesville recently day night at Noegel's 301 Res- High three-game series

made remarkable strides in The 90 has a heavier produc- ; Truby turned his attention due to improved practices, is Tornado star in the taurant, marking the end of [handicapJulia Wells 698.

strawberry production in the tion of fruit and better carry- : jY more and more to strawberries. this would equal productionon field events junior Tom league competition. Second high threegameseries

last five years and prospects : ing qualities than the old Missionary 350 acres in the old days. Gardner. Handsome trophies were [handicapl Burney

here never looked better. I I It is believed that Knicker- The strawberry is a proud The muscled Tornado ath- I presented to the following Winkler 664.
The Bradford County come- Soil fumigation to eradicate bocker built the first one- High single game [scratch!
,I tradition in Bradford County lete, who is just recovering winners by Army Armstrong,
back as a winter strawberry': sting nematodes as well assoil 4d14 '__ one-bushel refrigerator box and has a long and colorful I: from a broken ankle sustained I i manager of Starke Lanes: -Joyce Ward. 233.

production center is attributed -I I testing for proper acidity \ for shipping, berries ,to the history in other climates also. during football season, won I Winning team, sponsoredby Second high single game

to a number of factors: have stepped up yields and :r northern markets. But Truby Its origin dates back to Fifteenth the shot put Saturday with a D & W Auto Supply: Joyce [scratch] Georgia Wolfe 222.

First and foremost is the helped bring the profit factor and an associate, Joseph Century Europe where heave of 49 feet 5 inches. He Ward Alice Resch, Ruth I capBurney Winkler, 270.
swing to plastic mulching to back into the berry business. Thomas soon began makingthe in I Second high single [hand
traditional I the berries were packed __ _.._.__.__. ____I Resch Chessie Devrick Mary !
replace the old I All these things have combined Li; boxes commercially and l straw prior to their trip to u E. Watterson. -Georgia Wolfe. 222.

practice of mulching with I to make an acre of berries eventually designed the tWO-I[ market hence the name Second place team sponsored High single game [handi-

straw. Plants under plastic I produce at least 40 per ___ bushel box, and later I strawberries. Other historians by Gateway Chevrolet: cap] Mary E. Watterson.
take less time to come into : cent more fruit with approved "jumbo" or four bushel model. the name was originally"strayberry"
iL I I say Margaret Miller, Nina Lovell,
i modern practices than under Before these boxes were developed derived from the i Judy Noegel Mary Jarvis 255.Most improved bowler-Ju-

LIMITED TIME ONLY! the old methods of cultivation. berries had been plant's habit of sending out and Neoma Nelson. lia Wells, 11 pins increase in

Better transportation facilIties I shipped north by open express "runners" thus straying from Single awards: average.

: have also played a part without any refrigeration -, the mother plant. High three-game series

: in getting berries to northern at all. It was necessary, Migration of the luscious
I .
I, markets in a fielt-fresh con- therefore, to grow a "hard red fruit to America was! fc L

dition. Some Bradford County ,,-D, -, -- --- -.--... '." .. berry-one that would reach rather slow: process, and straw- ]Motor Parts

I berries even reach their ,. Bradford County strawberries are pretty enough I Baltimore or New York in berries did not take their 1.Leads By 3

:: destination by plane. i I I to adorn an Easter bonnet-even one made from a I good condition without refrig place ,as a major agricultural
I Old-timers as well as new: eration. The Klondike varietywas product in the new world until I II II II Games In BowlingStarke

I growers, rejoice in this amazing -!I, discarded berry cup. a favorite in those days the late 19th Century, about : 11& p

comeback of Bradford i iCounty's from the North to set out a Among the early successful I I After Truby and Thomas the time they were getting I Motor Parts holds
traditional c r 0 p I I put their boxes on the market __ AiJL I first place by three games
small "garden patch" for experimental growers of strawberries were their first start here. I I
'which has been, a sure-fire II I they were used for shipping, over Tom's Shell in the Men'aCommercial
It was Richard Puddy, who lived on !
But strawberry L
11 money-maker for 85 years. I and later these same men developed a any League this week
--jZ'a soon found that the soil and Kingsley Lake but also had a I other would be sweet I
method of II Starke Telephone Co.
have been
Strawberries a refrigerating -
'" I
climate of Bradford County farm Lawtey; Col. V. J.I
near; -and, judging from the present I Parts split with
Starke Motor
; grown successfully here since an entire car. Finally
were admirably suited to this Shipman and Enoch Griffis, outlook, it's safe to say each. R. Waldroup
the late 1870's when a Lawtey after many years of effort on two points
I I' I: grower named Guy Knicker newat least to Florida- I also of Lawtey, and such the part of local interests, the j that in Bradford County Sunday's low ball twosome was high man for SMP with a

bocker obtained enough plants i luxury crop. other names as Nobles,. Craw- railroad was persuaded to they're here :to stay! Blind Bogie was won by Gilbert total of 513.: Joe Faulk was

Newcomb and Dr. Harry high for Starke Telephonewith

I \HydrocarbonsPlant Mrs. Manning, 70, Guard VacanciesTo Over Seabreeze, Ocala Gruen. Congratulations! There 486.
; DiscussedAt I'Of Gainesville Be Filled were 26 entries in the tourna Starke Utilities took three
points from Food Fair, withM.
u-- Af..a Thinclads TakeTiiangular ment. Also winning prizes
Rotary Club Services Held Vacancies exist in the local were Bill Adams Steve Den- C. Lizenbee's 478 total

LOW ANNIVERSARY National Guard unit for about : mark, David Silcox, and "Flip" high for the winners. W. Paulk
An insight into the opera- i Mrs. Fannie Manning, 70, ten men and it is importantthat Graham. was high for Food Fair with

PRICE! tion of Bradford County's of Maxville died Monday they be filled, accordingto Meetcrease Thursday's team event enJOYed -

newest industry, Florida Hydrocarbons I morning in a Jacksonville I Capt. Drew F. Reddish, by the ladies was a 430.Tom's Shell took three

extraction plant hospital. She had lived in the company commander.The Coach David Hurse's thin- all three won first places. Junior Blind Partner. Anna Felos I from Russ's Place. B. Powell

i near Brooker. was given at'I Maxville area all of her life, unit has had some clads topped Ocala and sea- strongman Tom Garner -- : and Gertie McRae won. There had a 516 total for the winners

I the Rotary Club Wednesday and was a member of the Ii; personnel move to other states breeze in a triangular meet took first in the shot put witha six entries in this event.I while B. Neal was high

\ by E. E. Everett, superintend Long Branch Baptist Church. I and some transferred to Tuesday afternoon by scoring toss of 51 feet '7 inches and also took second place in the were Also out to play a few holeson I i for the losers with 502. D.

J ent of operations. Surviving are three daugh-I other units, and it is very 71% points and taking six fifth in the discus at 134 feet discus with a toss of 134 feet. Thursday was Peggy Godwin I I A. Jones was high for Noe- ,,

I The plant is now producing ters, Mrs. Vennie important that the unit keep first places. 11 inches. Sprinter Freeman Tom's brother Sam two for the first time. She did gel's with 539.

around 190,000 gallons of pro- 1 Maxville; Mrs. Kathleen its strength up to the author The Tornado trackmen also Register won the hundred in years his senior and a BHS real well and it was good to Gem Jewelry took three

ducts daily, including propane,, Johns, Holly Hill; and Mrs. ized allowances, Capt.: Reddish participated in the Lee Relays 10.2 seconds a tenth of a second graduate, still holds the school have her playing. points from Community Bank.

butane, and natural gasoline. Dorothy Taylor, Jacksonville; said.A. in Jacksonville last Wed- under his best time this, records in' both the shot put New additions at the club j. Wells was high for Gem

: These hydrocarbons are extracted -. four sons, Jessie, Everett, and recruiting drive is being nesday winning seventh place year, and Walters also won and discus. The standardsfor the with a 517 total, while H.

: from the natural ga I Clawson Manning, all of Max.I conducted by the unit members with 20 points and the Flor- the pole vault by jumping. 11 which Tom is shootingare include a fence around beautifully Meyer totaled 508 for the
sidewalks, a
now being piped into Florida" I vile and John Calvin Manning in an effort to fill the ida Relays last Saturday feet 11 inches.In 52 feet 3 3-4 inches in pool and club bank.
decorated lounge, a
by the Florida Gas Corpora- Middleburg; three sisters unit to authorized allowances. ., where the only BHS place Tuesday's triangularmeet the shot and 154 feet 10 inches clear- Terwillegar Motors took
Land is being
r The SELKIRK' I Mrs. Mamie Green, Law-II "The strength allotment authorized was made by polevaulter Lyn-: credible performanceswere in the discus, and with manager. three points from DrawTite.H. .

S Model 5526 i tion.The speaker said that additional tey; Mrs. Clara Olson, Jacksonville I to the state and local wood Walters who took fifth given by Register who another yea rto go plus the ed across from the pro shopto Davis had high game of
Contemporary upright con. I unit must be of 12 feet. burned up the century in 10.1 be used as a driving range, for
i expansion is planned and Mrs. Jennie Aus- maintainedat place with a leap remainer of the still young 256, and a total of 616
W J- :
sole styling in trained all times, and to three BHS trackmen seconds equal to his best time and tables have been placedin R. Bor-
we hope Only while
nut color or grained Mihogany :: ;; for the future which might Maxville brother, 63 season he might approach Terwillegar
color. !I include the production of tin, ; one fill the unit within the next placed in the Lee event but this year freshman Tony them. the ball room. chart was high with 465 for
From I George Prescott of Lawtey; 23 : few weeks," Capt. Reddish Lawson who won the mile in Men are reminded to please the losers.
ethane which is important
I ,
.:6e\1'rou\ ,' \ grandchildren, and 18 great 1:46.5: an excellent performance post all scores. The ladies

,TfUSMTAUOWAMCE ) $495 to the chemical and tetra- grandchildren. said.Vacancies exist for automo- 1 United Farm Agents\ for a beginner, and Hal Rec. Dept. To Drop should also remember to post Jr. Hi Gridders

/ chemical industries, including Funeral services were held tive mechanics, tank mechanics Lawson who won the halfmile CeramicsThe their scores each time they
plastics. at 2:30 Wednesday in ]Named For StarkeEddie in 2:05.6. Hal's time Advanced to I II
p.m. welders, machinists, supply run I play. This is the only way Set ScrimmageFor I
Every Zenith is ? i The newest development at the Long Branch Baptist personnel, and armament was also excellent for the of Recrea- I keep your handicap up to date. I II .

HANDCRAFTEDfor the plant is the productionof I Church. Burial was in the personnel, according to Lt. & Viola Allen have first time he has run the half Department that the advanced I Who was that strong putteron Thursday

6reater Dependability automotive gasolinethe church cemetery under direc- Richard Jockel. the training 1 been appointed exclusive rep- mile in fact, it was the fourth tion announces phase of the Ceramics' Number Nine in Sunday's Bradford's junior high foot

first ever produced in Florida. I tion of Key-McCabe Funeral officer. resentatives for United Farm best time in that event of I
tournament? have been
\ will be discontinuedwhen ball players who
S Every connection is hand. : Around 65,000 gallons of motor I I Home. Young men who join the Agency in Starke. and the any BHS runner. program
wired and handsoldered for : fuel are being produced I I Guard may attend service I surrounding territory C. A. Team ,scoring in the tri- all of the present sup- Next week we will have a participating in Spring Prac-

greater operating depend. daily at the plant Mr. Everett 1 FINAL RITES SET schools to learn a trade, such Peterson, General Sales Man- meet was Starke 71%, Sea- plies of the individuals have report of the Inter-City Ladies tice the past several weeksare

ability problems.and fewer service said, with the output being I II I FOR LEVI H. MOMMA as machinist welders, me-" ager for the company, has an- breeze 55%. and Ocala 52. been used. This is due to the Golf Association planning session scheduled to have Thursday an in-

Gold Video Guard Tuner sold to Standard Oil of Ken-I' chanics. Men who cannot attend nounced from the home officein Tornado Statistics fact that the program has in Ocala. tra-squad at game 4 according,
4 p.m.
Levi H. Mumma, 83. died April ,
trade Kansas City. 100-yd. dash1.. Register the present available
for longer TV life and superior I tucky. college or schoolare outgrown
signal reception. I Color slides showing the various Thursday' morning in Bradford urged .to take advantageof Peterson said United is experiencing 10.1, 3. Gardner, 10.7. space. BaseballersTo I to .Coach Frank Reeves.

at i County Hospital. the opportunities for train- I a remarkable in- 180-yd. HH-3. Seeley 183. The program will be resumed City The team has been evenly

the plant phases'were of operation shown. The I I Mr- Mumma was born July ing offered by the Guard. in: interest in proper- Mile Run1.. T. Lawson in September of this year Meet Ocala divided into Red and White

Ask About Our7.DAYFRE&; talk was concluded with a 14. 1879 in Pennsylvania and New Enlistments : ties of all kinds and that both 4:46.5.: 2. Edwards 4:56.5.: and it is hoped to have more I units and has "as much desire

had lived in Melrose for six Enlisting in the company. sates and inquiries from property 880 Relay-I. Dagger, T. available by then. Starke's city baseball team as any players on the

question and answer period.. years coming there fromI Monday night were two prior seekers are breaking all Lewis, Pass Register] 1373. space With the summer program I will play Ocala this Sunday varsity," Reaves said. Play-

HOME TRIAL Florida Hydrocarbons has I Jacksonville. service men, SP4 John Gools- previous records. Sales last 440yd. dash 3. Dowling I the ers who have been outstanding
10 at 3 on
I months April pjn.
of away
couple De-
26 the said. just a
employees speaker are
his wife Elsie 56.0 4..Crawford 56.4. this spring
Surviving are bY and Vollie W. Browning. year totaled more than $55- will
I the recreation director Bradford High School athletic Frank
.j S. Mumma; one daughter Recently returning from 'six I ,000,000, he said, a substantial 140-yd. LH 3. Seeley 17.8. deal of I wayne Jordan, end

Mrs. Fay Gray, Jacksonville; months active duty and school I!i increase over any previous- 880-yd. Run ,1. H. Lawson I have to spend a great field.Randall I. Gladieux tackle and defensive

I I and a sister Mrs. Earl Killinger were Pvt. Glen Reddish Robert I year. In response to this increase 2:05.6: 5. J. Brown 2:14.6.:: I time planning the program Davis is scheduledto linebacker Roger Chilson,

%WINKLERELECTRIC II I w.c.T.u. Carlisle Pa. Kelly Manuel C. Aguilera United is rapidly expanding Sp. MetL Relap.-1. INoegel. and therefore will not be able start on the mound against halfback Calvin varnes, quar-

i ., Funeral services will be : George W. Johnson, Paul I its area of operation Lewis.. Dugger Pass 2:12.1.220yd to give much of his time to Ocala and admission to the terback Wayne McLeod. and

"Rum is injurious to the, held at 11 am. Saturday at I Landry. John B. Lee Franklin and the establishment of the dash 1. Register the ceramics program. game is free. end Ronald Tomlinson.
II !
morals of the If I
I people. the graveside in Oaklawn I L. Starling. and William Starke office is'a part of that 23.6 3. Gardner 25.2.. .If anyone has any questions I Starke was shellacked last Admission to the game is
could have my wish. it would I B. Dowling the ceramics Sunday by C & B Photo of
Cemetery Jacksonville, with E. Silcox Jr. expansion move Peterson said. Mile Relay-2. [ concerning program free.
11 II
INC. not be to diminish, but to I Crawford. H. Lawson please come by the recreation Gainesville 26-4.
Rev. Bob Badgett of the Several high school seniors United is one of the na Packham
annihilate the use"of tit in the 1 ESTER-
234 N. Temple Ave. Starke Christian Church offi I have enlisted recently and tion's largest brokers of real ] 3:41. office and the director select your favorite

United States. George dating. Arrangements are in I will leave in June. for six estate and has over 325 local HJ 2. Phipps 5,2". will be glad to try to answer Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

Phone 964-4301 i i White", ,....Ribbon". -., charge of DeWitt C. Jones I I months of active duty and offices throughoutfthe News.]
-I I I. Funeral Home. schools. from coast to coast. Discus-I Gardner 134'. _

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I Bradford County Telegraph :

Agreement CHURCHSunday I

P :. Signed By Ag. Dept. Now Playing i, Let Us
'e COUNTY School 10 a. m.
'. WITH 3A .M Ij: ; A modernized working a- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Florida Theatre SAVE

... .: greement between the U. S. Training Union. 6:30 p.m.Eve-
YOURP.y.. iJO.. AGENT Department of Agriculture and ning Worship 7:30 pjn. Mid- Your. SolesCOURT
: 4.
Floridians Look To Legislature ; : : the Hillsborough Soil Conser- week Prayer Service Wednes- Walt Dlsne :
7 welcome.A 0
vation District has been signed day p.m. Everyone
For by Secretary of Agriculture Jutes Verae's .
New Laws To Curb Frauds I
Orville L. Freeman. Lloyd E.I '
I *
Partain, Assistant to the Ad- suet SHOE REPAIR
,. ministrator of USDA's Soil vnc.M9jj
Two bills designed to prevent home been carrying on an intensive investi- Conservation Service, presented 126 North Court St.

improvement frauds were introducedin gation during the past year, and will Y ,? the signed agreement to j I Opposite Court HouseAMBULANCE

the State Legislature Tuesdaythefirst doubtless have recommendations of its t Y the District Board of Super- c I I

day of the 1963 session. own to deal with this problem. visors at a meeting in Tampaon

State Senator John E. Mathews of Quite likely there will be some ByGeorgeT. March 18. SERVICEPHONE
Jim Hammett, State Con-
Duval County proposed the measures, strong lobbying against such regulatory servationist for USDA's Soil M1A Ile 964-2600

based on recommendations of a com- measures by legitimate operators in ::.ak- HuggingSTRAWBERRY Conservation Service in Flor- 1* SSRf
mittee he recently appointed to probe the home repair and shell home indus- u ida, complimented the District DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 'Home

frauds perpetrated on unsuspecting try. It will be argued, of course, that :1- mmm iBtMiamKittftt1***********.**,.m mmmv I Board of Supervisors for

homeowners in Duval County and else- any new regulations written to curb 1I I GROWERS I tel used to, stand. The cash their foresight and visionin i see DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

where in Florida. shysters will also touch the legitimate I and MERCHANTS DAY in I awards are $25 for the best being the first District in Starke, Fla.

The frauds-including many uncovered operators. We cannot see, however, I Starke this SATURDAY! ., flat $15 for the second best, Florida to update their program RENTAL SERVICES
I in Bradford (County-involve that such regulations-though havinga I This can be the biggest and $10 for third best. All with broadened conceptsof Hearing Aid Consultant Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
single celebration we have experienced flats will be sold after. the conservation and good land Hospital ,
promises of home certain i
repairs never car- "nuisance" factor-will, in From
in a long time. It: contest is over. No berries will use. Hammett pledged the fun
ried out and the making of the long work
promissorynotes run, against reliable
any will be in the interest of a be left for you to take home. cooperation and assistance of
and mortgages which result in and responsible firm. MAICO
the other strong strawberry program in MORE ABOUT STRAWBERRIES the Soil Conservation Servicein HEARING
.I payments so high the victims cannot hand, it appears that they should actually our county and should be sup- I and our reputationwith : Florida in meeting the new j STARKE
meet them and consequently lose their help the legitimate operators by ported by everyone this crop. Lake City is opportunities and challengesin SERVICE

property. weeding out the undesirables and reestablishing Kb one can deny that peoplein not far away but there area the conservation field.
4 One of the Mathews' bills called for the confidence of the pub a community and in & lot of people over there. I In a letter to Lyle Dickman. 'Jacksonville, F1a.Till give BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO

a prison sentence of up to five years lic in the industry. This confidence has county must work together if had the privilege Tuesday of chairman of the District Board :FREE hearing tests and demonstrations -

and/or a maximum $5,000 fine for any been badly shaken by the unsavory dis- there is progress. FARMERSand making a little talk at the of Supervisors, Secretary Freeman Monday, April 8,
MERCHANTS just havea Lake City Kiwanis Club. When said "The District move- REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE
convicted closures of
notary public of falsely wit- recent months.Be .
mutual interest. Each is dependent you mention STARKE and i ment has gained enormous atKoch's
nessing or certifying agreement or that as it it is obvious
any may,
on the other for cer- BRADFORD COUNTY you 1 strength over the past quarter Drug Store Starke's
I contract. Recent investigations reveal that steps must be taken to protect the ain; commodities.This might as well add STRAW j century because you and Earl's Garage
that some notaries have acknowledgedthe unsuspecting public from swindlers, no strawberry exhibit and BERRY. We are building a I other dedicated men have Starke Fla Cities Service StationJ.

signatures of persons without the matter who is helped or hurt by impending sale Saturday afternoon is a reputation in the strawberry I given fully of your time energy JAIL mms OF C. Gardener, Prop.
persons involved being in their pres- legislation. We don't begrudgeany program that must have the business and that's for sure. and imagination in the I AUTO wAn WORK Every Mechanical Senlee

ence. This is a violation of the notary's firm its rightful share of prosperity support of the grower and With this good reputation finest tradition of democratic General Repairs Automatic
oath and may be construed by the if it earns it honestly-but pros- the merchant. The merchant spreading, it is mighty important action and self government. '. All Work Guaranteed Transmissions

courts to be a forgery. perity at the cost of aged, infirm, and cannot sponsor the program that we brand our pro The Hfflsborough Soil Con- Phone S69-2SM (Cities Service Products
unless the the duce GOOD. Put good pro. servation District is one of 59 .
The other Mathews often grower supplies a : So. Walnut. Starke
measure specifies indigent homeowners losing the TIRES BATTERIES
I Soil Conservation Districts in
product. duct on the market and it
a maximum five-year sentence roof over their heads, is too high 'a .I Florida. 705 N. Temple Starke
This is a celebration wherewe The consumer wantsa
and/or a $10,000 fine for any person price to pay. should not let some little quality product. If the I.: Sam McGarvey, Chairmanof .I' AUTO SERVICE PHONE 964-9911

found guilty of obtaining a mortgage, It is encouraging to see the Leg personal feeling prevent full housewife cannot get it, she the local Bradford Soil FLORIST
I promissory note, or other instrument islature showing such interest in curb- cooperation. This is a cele- will }buy something else. If Conservation District, told
with fraudulent intent. ing home repair rackets. We hope this bration where our farm pro she buys a quart of strawberries The Telegraph today that he t r r Gilbert S. Brown Colonial Florist

t These are just two of the many initial enthusiasm will not wane, and duct must be exhibited to I and is disappointed in: expected their modernized HAS NEW OWNERSDot
measures that will undoubtedly be introduced will stand up against the onslaught of make the show a success. them, she is through. working agreement with USDA _q'lfL: Standard OU Service Station Bagwell Mgr.
This is celebration exhibit- This throwingout would soon be completed.
a may mean
'. in the current legislature in paid lobbyists in the weeks to come. ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS
ing close cooperation and dependence a few more berries andit
An aroused public is demanding that .."'oo TIRES BATTERIES MEMBER P. T. D.
the wake of scandalous swindles that between grower and also may be the key to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,\> .
I something be done-and .. < Budget &ermsRoad: Service Flowers Wired World Wide
a truly arous- STARKE. FIAA.
have been uncovered throughout Flori- merchant.The .. more and better sales. Our
J ed public can be the most effective lobby Phone 964-7071 Starke Phone 964-6291
| time is 2:30 Sat- Bradford County product is
da in the home repair and shell home!5 in Tallahassee, if it makes its wish I urday. One flat of p.m.strawber- GOOD and we want to preach C. Feigert Internationally for FUN 407 N. Ten )le, Stark LANDSCAPINGWE
known Bible teacher and
industry. The Legislative Council has es known. ries delivered to the vacant about it wherever we go.
speaker will conduct Sunday
lot where the old Starke Ho- SEE YOU SATURDAY! and HEALTH SPECIALIZE IN
services at the First Baptist
their sense of personal responsibility Church. At the 11 a.m. ser- Dodd's Service & LANDSCAPINGAND
R Never Enough Books! -for quality water vice he will speak on the NURSERY
: Starke Lanes I Auto Sales Private and Commercial
theme, "Remembering and
supplies, watershed developmen't. PropertyAlso
Rambler Sales & Scrvlc
showing forth His death un-
forestation, wildlife
"Never in Godde's" Wourld will 1 there their owe. TKe present system Is Unfair management, and soil cOnser- til He come. The Lord's Sup- Highway 100 South GENERAL REPAIRING expert, tree removal. and
,I', be bookes enuf. ," Casey said, "because some get vation. per will be observed at this International Lifetime Trimming.Your
Thus wrote the forgotten Scots free textbooks, and some get none, or QR Soil a : Our Strength .JJnggr these circumstances hour. The evening message PHONE 964-6261 Muffler Satisfaction Guaranteed.

poet, Jamie Fulerton, in 1648. have to buy their own." needed work can be cut backor will be, "Solving the world's For League Information FIRESTONE Tri ComityDevelopment

. That was more than 300 years ago National Library Week frifl !Ha bt>- Soil Conservation put off too Jong" ultimate- number. one problem." Tires. .Batteries. Acc *aori Co.
'but there still aren't books enough. served during the period April 21-27. NEW5By )ly resulting in demands for The church will conduct a 528 .S, Walnut 964-9911
I' of Bible stud- Lake Butler. HY 64237now.
There aren't enough in the Brad. No present institution can be more deserving costly crash programs and Ill- five-day I
> Bffl Haas /1 conceived llth-hour remedies. ies on Monday through Fridayof .
ford -
County High School library
according of such honor and recognition.For Passion Week. The public
to principal T. L. Casey, who a library is, in the full sense of the I John Odom, tort of Mr. and is invited to participate in
told a legislative hearing here last word, a monument to civilizationtoits Mrs. J. D. Odom of Starke Feed Grain these studies which will be .
week that the school is some 2,000 tragedies and triumphs, its disastersand won the Bradford Soil Con- concerned with "Things to r
I books short of the number it should its victories. Above all, it is a mon- servation District annual Signs 33 .Farms. Come." Mr. Feigert will also I3.

have according to accreditation stand- ument to what men have felt and man speaking contest. The subjectof conduct these studies. ,. /1
the speech was "Develop Feed grain producers in BIBLE CONFRENCE ....
ards.And aged-often laboriously-to put downin Bradford County signed up 33
ment. of Resources Through
not only is there a shortage words of
prose poetry Small Watersheds. Glen Sapp farms to participate in the
of library books-there is also a distressing age was runner-up. The contestwas 1963 feed grain program Mildred the record 84.7 million tons on ,
shortage of textbooks for At least one local organization-the I held at the Lions Club Sapp county office man Oct. 1, 1961. Continued participation -
classroom use. new Civitan Club-has recognized this with Lonnie Harley. secretaryto ager ASCS office reports. around levels of the

"Is the textbook shortage really as need in the schools and recently spon the soil conservation board, The sign-up period ended past two years should bring !I
bad as has been reported?" asked Sen- sored a drive for "Books for Brad as master of ceremonies. Judges March 22. The "intentions to feed grain stocks near a Oct.desirable
ator Charley E. Johns. were Lion Club members participate" forms show 773 reserve level by
It would be well if other civic
Lewis M. Irby, D. W. Whiffen, acres to be diverted from the 1, 1964, Mrs. Sapp said.
"Probably worse, was the prin.ciPal's groups would follow their example and
of The diver-
I and Harry Gruen. production corn.
laconic reply. help overcome this 2,000 volume short- John will go to the area sion is from base acreages I
Funds appropriated for free textbooks .... .
age in the BHS library. speaking contest which will [1959-60 average plantings
in Florida schools by the 1961 Someone has remarked that a world be held at Green Cove Springsin of 1,464 acres. i

Legislature were woefully short. In the without books would be the emptiestof May. Curtis Marlow, FFA For farms signed up esti- o 9 .a ,
opinion of the BHS principal, the state worlds. And the man or woman who advisor is his coach. This mated total payments for diverting I w r?
should either provide adequate funds does not read-and read seriously-is contest is designed to develop acreage amount to J

for free texts for all, "or get out of the missing one of the greatest of human leadership through providingfor $10,300, not including price- O T tia f
business entirely" and let students buy pleasures and fulfilments. participation in public support payments to be made
speaking activities and stimulating this fall.
interest in conservingour In general provisions of the CharleyE. .

Use For"The natural resources. The 1963. program follow those of.
I 'Old' .
Courthouse .
winner of each area contest 1961 and 1962 by giving feed i
will compete in the state-wide grain producers an opportunity Johns

A "letter to the editor" this finals at the annual meetingof to participate in the pro- .
week Perhaps there will be other suggestions. the Florida Association 01''
had an interesting suggestion concern. From time to time we have mentionedthe Soil and Water Conservation and gram devoting by reducing the'land acreages to conserving "Does the Florida 'financial "t ( -

ing possible use of the old courthouse, tremendous possibilities to be real- District Supervisors. uses. By participating responsibility law require
if and when it is abandoned by our ized by the establishment of a county Vrigil M. Jordon used the they will receive diversion minimum Auto Liability t ::; '..Ycrl t w,

county's official family for new and museum, where relics of the countynow District's new "Bush Hog" payments and price-support insurance of $10,000,

better quarters.The ( more than a hundred years old) rotary mower to cut down the payments and be eligible to 20,000 and $5,000 property
suggestion was to convert the could be displayed. The location of the winter rough on a field he take part in the price-support or proof of equiv

old building into a cultural center, courthouse on U. S. 301 would make plans will to turn.give "This the new people mow-of loan program. Price supportfor coverage alent equity? Can auto lia- .
where the arts-music, painting, sculp- such a cultural and historical centerof Bradford Soil Conservation 1963 to farmers participating bility insurance be purchased m.:
in the will be has
ture handcraft and program switched
others-could be great potential value as a tourist at- District long service if it is made available on corn partly from the CharleyE.
encouraged, practiced, and the finished traction. not abused." says Sam :Mc- ] through loans and purchase Johns Agency at rates
objects displayed. The writer of the letter us to Garvey, chairman of the
urges agreements and partly throughan well below those in many '
Whether or not we are prepared to "think high!" "think big!" and I Board. in-kind payment based on northern states?" to timeless ELECTRIC i,? .\: ,rida!
go along with the suggestion, it is interesting certainly we can find no quarrel with There is an increasing a- the normal production of the
to note that some of our citi- such advice. wareness on the part of con- acreage planted this year. Charley E. Johns

zens are giving serious thought to pos- "Where there is no vision the people servation leaders that as more The 1961 and 1962 feed In the "cooking events" at this year's MRS. AMERIC/Pnational contest .

sible uses for the old courthouse structure perish" and where there are and becomes more orientated of the to population city and I grain programs have brought Agency all 51 finalists will use Homeless electric ranges. Contestants will

in the event it is replaced by a no dreams, there is very little accomp- suburban life it moves farther about a reversal of a 10-year represent 50 states and the District of Columbia. ..Coronation night, ,
new county seat in another location. lished. and farther away from the buildup in feed grain surpluses. PHONE 964-0121 April Z1.. .at Golden Gate Hotel Auditorium, 194th St. and Collins
es. By Oct. 1 of this year, es
realities of natural resources.I timated total feed grain stocksof 131 S. Walnut SL Avenue Miami Beach.In .

There is a corresponding risk 61 million tons will be switching to Electric Ranges exclusively, the "Nation's Most Out-
I Fifty Bucks For Ten Words! that most Americans will lose down about 28 per cent from standing Hoznemakers" are doing what more than a million Florida

families have already done.Because"flameless electric"meant CLEAN

Response so to the current con- ture in recent years, perhaps other ,

test for a suitable advertising sloganfor phases of our economy, or our natural RI "nameless" is the BIG DIFFERENCE! No flame, no fumes, no CODe

Bradford County has not been whatit resources for recreation deserve top 4 slant-burning pilot light. Best today. tomorrow the only way. Set '.
should be. Our citizens, apparently, billing now. A THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, the new.electric ranges at your appliance dealer. ,

need to put on their thinking caps and It may be argued, however, that I,' y ESTABLISHED 1879
do some fancy word Juggling before strawberries are making such a strong C E. L MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHERFLORIDA'8 .

the April 15 deadline. There's a $50 comeback in this area, they may soon .
prize awaiting someone who has the be synonymous with Bradford County OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CoNTINUOUSLY lli 1N'k tlf ) t
k 3
ability to Bradford's
sum up appeal in and should be given attention in future

ten words or l less. advertising.But /TS CHEAPER TOO
Time 20
was, some or 30 years ago, these Get '
just suggestions.
that the emphasis was on agricultureand are POST OFFICE AT"STARKE FLA. UNDER ACT OF .MARCH s. isjs FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT coMPANz
the old brain clicking and see what you .
the county's slogan at that time HELPS MILD UMIOA /
was: "Bradford County, Where Soil come up with before April 15. Bradford IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $330 SET :MONTHS: $2.00

Rewards Toil." Not bad-even today. County needs a slogan, and you-no OUTSIDE TRADE .AREA ONE YEAR $4.00 .. SIX MONTHS $2.25 _. I. __ u

But with the trend away from agricul .doubt-could use that fifty. bucks.!I.- '

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i IVVtTTTTTOVTTTTf TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Drake Re-elected Director JTYTTYTYYYTYYYTTYYWY1MILROSE Mrs. J. Adie, Mrs. B. McCrae. prepared by camp-fire and !1 and family in Pensacola. !I Moody property. I :

), ; Mrs. J. Ross. Mrs. C. Cox, guests drew favors from a totem i;I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Birt of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ormond |. !
HIGHLIGHTSBy Mrs. A. Brokas Mrs. H. C. pole. Mrs. Claude Martin I i Jacksonville spent the week- of Interlachen spent Thurs-

Odom Mrs. M. Mayberry and Mrs. James Gaboardi, and day with Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
I end with Mr and Mrs. Ray f fI
Mary K. Scfiarff At Clay-Electric Annual MeetT. Bj Mrs.. Alice RothbammerVvvyvyyyvyyyyyyyyyVy Mrs W. Stanley. Invitationsto Mrs. Ovid Gano also attend Birt. i Hutson. :

THB3% **.' the, program are being sent ed the celebration. I i I i :Mrs. Ethel Brockman is
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJWatson : out.The Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strawn !:J METHODIST CHURCT | spending the week with her
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L. Drake of Florahome lowed a fried chicken dinner Baptist Church !' monthly Fellowship spent several days at Bonita : MELROSE sister, Mrs. Eva Belchor, in '

j), Home Scene made posterandutjeznind- retained his place on the served at noon to all members A .covered dish was : Dinner was held last Friday I Springs visiting Mr. anj Mrs.J. Cairo, Ga. ;

Of Tea Announcing ers in the newspapers. They board of directors of'Clay' 'Electric [ 'and visitors. held' Saturday night supper at Eliam night at Faith Presbyterian T. Neilsen. j 1 j Rev. Kenneth T7. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Douglas -

EngagementMrs. also thank Gene Matthews for Cooperative .'in ,the only i I'i Church with over 50 !
i Baptist Church in honor of persons :Mrs. Cecil Harris and Mrs. |,; Pastor '? have moved from the
Alfred B. Watson contested election at
entertained giving so much space for free i the an- h attending. The
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson and : program wasa Pets Justis .pf Welaka .and Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Biockman cottage to Jacksonvile. -
at her Lakeview nual meeting held
advertising and photos. They : speech and demonstrationon .
I Drive home 28. at family of Dothan. Ala. Mrs. J. V. Ford, of Palatka' Worship 11 a. m. i
on March 23 witha Keystone
thank the Community State March .Heights. J ceramics by' Mrs. Schne- 'I.I.'Mrs.. Ella Belisario and

tea Honoring her daughter, .l ank of Starke- for. their ad- More,:'thkn 2,006> people from -I. 4-. ... Faith Presbyterian'The I burger. Mrs. Aubrey Bannis- visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. TRINITY |i I Mrs. Lorana Hinson went. to I
annual Easter Egg Cason. EPISCOPAL
Agnes, whose e gagem nt all sections of North Central ... { I
vt, was vertisement. ;;.0 I ter was 'in charge of the din- Palatka last Saturday to have
I I. announced that day. Mrs. LeBlanc herself had Florida,:' thh>ftg| Mrs. eyes
(/t The Watson home was dec- announcements on the radio I to 'vote<'listen to' gq :: Church Kindergarten will be : Episcopal Church burndale has returned home .

orkted with many pink and \ and TV stations with good I II j pel music, eat flied chicken, held Friday, April 5, from 10 The. Women of Trinity after a visit with her son-iu-. Holy Days 10 a: m., Holy ed.
Episcopal -, visited friends
Jimmy Rye
white flowers, and their lovely I reception in this area, and arranged hear :speeches, and compete] ,, to 11 a.m. Besides the hunt- Church will meet in1 I I law and d ughth. ill'. and "Sundays 10 a. m.: Church ,' the weekend.
School 11:45 in Sanford
Morning over
living room overlookingLake I for the display of 'all for dO t' 'prizes. ,. ,; Ing for colored eggs, which the rectory Mrs. Ky ?irt. : a. m.
morn- Sermon Elwin Holcomb and of
.i will have been hidden by the ,Prayer and i First son
Geneva looked much like I!I posters. She thanks the High Drake defeated Wayne G. ing at 10 o'clock. The Mis- Mrs. Wilber Sapp is home Clearwater visited 1rs. Annie
Sunday Holy, Communion]. t'p.m. }
a spring garden. The tea table School Girls who sold ticketson Watkins"ot1>utnam Hall by a ,!. 'i Easter Bunny's assistants, a ,: sion Board will hold their i after a. brief stay in Alachua I f: Friday.
| Episcopal"Young Church- Sikes last
II of music and rythm :
I was also decorated. with pink Saturday down town.Woman' vote of 592 to 359 for the director's program regular monthly meeting Wed- General Hospital. I''men.Communion.. \ Mrs. Lena Dillinger and
will be under the direction
given -
flowers. post from District 2 I
Club Plans Guests of Mr. and
nesday night i Mrs. J.
of Mrs. B. McCrae. Refreshments following the' : children are sick with the flu i ii ,
Pouring tea were Mrs. C. Hobby Show and [Putnam and Volusia Counties weekly Lenten services S. LaCoste last week were '
at the this week.
will be served. The Rev. Lee W. Heatoa. i
M. Conway of Jacksonville, Crafts Exhibit ]. I iw7- church. I: Mrs. LaCoste's brother-in-law ChriJtain Ols-
I Vicar.fTTYYTTTTYTTTYTTTTYTT. i i \r .and Mrs.
The committee members in I
and Mrs. W. H. Redfearn, Sr., Mrs. A. F. Crosby 'Mrs.. Olive Incumbent directors Claude i Duplicate Bridge i, and sister: Mr. and Mrs. Alan 'son went on a sightseeingI
Brandon charge of arrangements Include i,
Mrs. Myron Prevatt, Sr., and Stevens, Mrs. Mabel HUSbands of District 4 [Al- I Winners of the Melrose I i| L. M cCracken. of Hudson, trip to South Florida over the
Mrs. L. O. Baldwin j I ;
,: Mrs4 E. T. Martin. and Mrs. J. A. Williams -, achua County], and D. H. .' : Duplicate Bridge Club include'!'! Ohio. I weekend. They visited aU the
: chairman Mrs. J. Webb Mrs. '
manned the Coca-Cola Dukes, District 6 [Baker and ; the following I Mrs. Bama Boyd is home aT- ,
Guests included the Wat- : Mrs. Roland .
I J. R. Neale, Mrs. J. Seykora, ] G RAN DI.N points of intel'est.Some
sons' closest friends. Those Bboth for the Keystone Wom i Union] were re-elected with- j Mrs. V. Powell, Mrs. W. Few, Bryan'' and Mrs. \V-. H. Davie, iter spending three months I of those attendingthe

an's Club at the Electric out opposition. first with relatives in Hawaii.
[< from out-of-town were Mrs. Clay I- - -'- '-----' I i iI place; Mrs. Gay Living "25th Annual Meeting" at
Conway and Mrs. Edgar Co- Annual Meeting. Julius Han- Featured speaker during the -1' ton and Mrs. Raymond Starnes Mrs. Ethel Sever and By Charleyene Brant ley I Clay Electric last Thursday

wart.of Jacksonville, Mrs. William son came to the ladies' rescue afternoon business session was Lynda Moody I just one daytime circle, and second place; Mrs. Mary daughter. Shirley Mae Miss I .VVVVVYVYWVYV'WVVVVV. I were Mrs. Ruth Gbrnto, :Mrs.
\ Preston, and Mrs. Carl when at the rush hour, Dr. Harry Philpott vice presi- Weds Mr. RichardsIn one evening circle. Mrs. Eula Cook and' Miss Iva Hillyer Gloria Morris, and Mrs. Ce- I Callie Rye Mrs. Kay Tanner

Hagglund from Melrose. and the Coke service man1"Injured dent of the University of Flor- I Walker was day circle chairman third place; and Mrs. Bama lia Chesser visited Mr. and First of all let me correctan j and children, B. J. Alderman

f I the mother of thg bridegroom- his hand and had to receive ida. He told the co-op members Oklahoma while Gladys Tillis was ) Boyd and Mrs. Rubye. Oxford, Mrs.' David Hinnant in Mid- error in last week's! column. II and Mrs. Eugene Brantleyand
", that the U.s. "stands chairman for the Nightingales. i! It the FbREF1 .
first aid. fourth place. dleb rg Sunday. I was right O-
elect Mrs. J. E. Cross of 1 children. .
Gainesville, and her daughters, The Woman's Club plans a i locked in competition" with 1i i Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Richarc' j-l\Ioody I f: Woman's Club II Rev. and Mrs. Lee W. Hea- ;' ER that was broken by Zan A weiner roast was held at

Gail and Betty Jean Cross. Hobby Show and Arts and i the Soviet Union and must Moody announce the mar- Over the past ten years The Melrose Woman's Cluo' ton returned Thursday after Brantley, not the forearm; as the church l last Friday ,evening -

Miss Watson and Crafts Exhibit to be held In I give our young people the fin- riage of their daughter, Lyn- four daytime circles have I, will have Its annual Easter I spending a few days in Day- was reported. after A'A'sIng.: We went
Cross of Gainesville will be the Masonic Hall on April 17 est educational experience if da Gayle, to Robert James been added, and the Young j I I I: musIc program, arranged by I t'oha Beach. i, Mr. and l Mrs. Jack Grout! out in'the church!: yard and
we are to compete successfully. in Mi- Matron's/ circle, the Rebecca'san i were visiting Mrs. Mattie
-all afternoon and evening. Richards on March 3, i the mUsIc chairman, Mrs. Dock Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson., 'over
married on June 29, in the roasted weiners an open
Community Church. Refreshments and entertain- ami, Okla. evening group. L.; Tison, 'on Wednesday, April and daughter, Melanie, lefti ,Lawson. in' Gainesville on fire. About $0 people were
"[ Vaudeville ShowOutstanding ment will be in charge of Mrs. "The greatest danger is our The bride is a graduate of For the 1963-64 season, two 3, at noon. A short business i Monday after, spending a few { Thursday: of last week.:. '

Success Olive Stevens and Mrs. Mable tendency to want to get something Bradford County High School more daytime circles will be meeting will precede the pro- weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and' Mrs. Christian Ols- present.

\I For Woman's Club Husbands.The I for nothing," Dr. Phil- and attended the Universityof added. The chairmen drew gram. Luncheon will be served Bunyon Kelley. They were en son of New "York City and FARAN' BAPTIST CHURCH

Woman's Club will hold pott said. "Nothing worthwhile, Florida. She was an em- names for their circle mem- By ''the 'hostesses: Mrs. C. route to Virginia and New Gr ndiri were visiting friends GRAXDIN, FLA.,

I Members and officers of the its monthly business meetingin is free." bloyee' of the Keystone Gas bers. Some circles include winter -1!:i Hook, Chairman! ; Mrs. B. York, then on to Turkey in Orlando and Winter Park

Keystone Heights Woman'sClub the Community Church educational A highlight of' the afternoon Company prior to her mar- visitors who enjoy the Boyd, Mrs. A. Witherspoon, where he will 'be stationed : on Wednesday. Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor

Ii are grateful to the cast was a memorial programfor J.iage. work of the Church Women. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes
building on April 9, j I W. J. Grolick, Mrs. G.H. with the U.S. Army. !'
,j of the Old Time Vaudeville at 2 p.m. This meeting will be Clay Electric's original in- I The groom is the son of The Trustees of the Com .. Thayer and Miss B. Ruth- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen and family ,of Jacksonville Sunday School, 10

V Show which was given on preceded by a 1 o'clock Executive corporators. Another featurewas I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richards of munity Church under the!I erford. visited her parents, Mr. and 1 spent the -weekend at their Morning Worship' U ajn.'

;t Saturday evening in the Bradford Board meeting. Nominating the dedication of the I Jacksonville, and a graduateof chairmanship of Frank Ilgen School l News Mrs.: E. A. Chester, ix\ Quincy ,trailer' ca'rap\ Jiere in Grandin. Training Union, 6:30: p.: m.

: High School Auditorium., Committee Chairman Mrs. co-op's new' engineering b lild- Andrew Jackson HighS met April 1. The Stewards, The Junior Beta Club's new recently. I Bob- Strickland, .\ .i of Ormond, I Evening worship, 7:30 p. m
sy All proceeds will go to the Harold Sutton will presentthe ing to A. G- [tPatl Loudon hool. He is also a graduate with A. F. Crosby as chair- community activities sign has i I Mrs, V- Y.. "Crawley visited was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday

/ building fund of the Woman's slate of officers as follows who retired in January after of Northeast Oklahoma Junior man, will meet April 8 at 7:30: I arrived from California and friends and relatives, including -, D. 'aor to last "Saturday, .Mr. I 7:30: p.m.. .

4 if Club. : President, Mrs. John 23 years as Clay Electric 1 College at Miami, Okla., andis in the educational building. they"plan to Install it'"soon'at I ; her brother, Arnold Weeks, I Strickland"'has purchased the 'il!!U"'rtaI

: Our town should be proudI Bird: First Vice President and manager. He spearheaded the now a Junior at Northeast On Sunday, April 7; Communion .the' 'corner' of the sdhool, at I I .-' .

I aU the latent talent we Finance Chairman, Mrs. Her- growth of the plant from an Missouri State Teachers Col- 'Services will be held. the intersection "of Highways

f! have around. For instance, bert Nelson; Second Vice initial 2,400 consumers to its lege in Kirksville, Mo., wherehe at the \i o'clock services of 21 and 26. Generous donations ;

I j1 t j Pianist Janet Lamm: Magician President and Program Chair- present total or more than is majoring in sociology.He the:Community' Church, and have been received from the r KEYSTONE HEiGHTS1ELftOSE

\ Impersonator Ventrilo- man, Mrs. Charles Wallenius; 20,000. is a member of the K- new members received into Woman's Club, Booster Club,

quist, and Master-of-Cere- Recording Secretary, Mrs. Included .on the morning Club, the Sigma Tau Gamma the church during the last I 'Athletic D pt., 'Senior Beta
monies Joe Daurer; Dancers program were demonstrationsby quarter'1\fill'be\ recognized. Dr. Club a
John Karges: Corresponding fraternity, and Phi Theta and the"'Presbyterian
Gena Massa Rosemary Daurer from A., C.Hoit: arid tl1e Church. BUSINESS I DIRECTORY
Secretary, Mrs. Francis P. 4-H Club members Kappa, a men's honorary Board of i Jfowevermore; "c'ori'trlbutiohs -
/ Mary LaRue, Dr. Sara Alachua, Bradford and Put- Stewards will conduct the ,"
Egan; and Treasurer, Mrs. scholarship fraternity. ] are needed i to pay ",-. "
I Lou Wells, and ''her friend, Fremont Tolles. A nomination nam Counties, and gospel After a wedding trip to 'Communion Services with.tHe for the sign.. Any organization I- -

\, Dr. Bob Vinson of Vero will be made for one director music by The Rangers of Kansas and Iowa the Rich- assistance of. the.. ;rB'qard''-'of'tdds. Dishing to contribute tb this

Beach; Marimba -.Player all for a three"year term. Charlotte. N. C; -. ... ltM!' are arhome' W HousingAp. .1 .- ...b4'a '*t.. ervice project.-'plea'se contact APPLIANCES INSURANCE 1 RESTAURANTS

: Allen of Melrose; Soprano 'The monthly Covered Dish ''Clay Electric president H. H-2, NMSTC, Kirksville At Hliis. writing, members ofthe"'Community \frs. Clarence"Holden at"L the .I .

Nancy Hendry; Tenor Floyd Luncheon was held on March H. Surrency presided at the Mo. Church were school- T V Service Center Murrhee Insurance ,.t; : 'TilE'Keystone

.t Baker; Torch Singer Mary IA1 26. business meeting which fol- .Inter st 'd"' in'; 1cafl g' of trie ).1 \lrs. Frances' Stephenson .
Rue Musician and Singer Jj.'K, THIES, .Proprietor AgencyGeneral Heights
; impending birth of th second hcJme I
.economics teacher ..
In keeping with the monthly Hilda I
George Massa; Drummer Tom tric operated the projector.OES ed NOCS to become a Naval 'child of ,Joan and George \ Wise and' Sara Baldwin Authorized ,Motorola. : Philco InsuranceFire Restaurant
theme, "American Home, '
Oarnar; and two of the funniest Convention Officer aboard the Air Craft C nova. Mrs. CanovaIs 'organist attended' the State Sales'and Service Casualty Bond

I clowns who don't care if Mrs. Gertrude A. Booth of Carrier Forrestal. He was an and choir' birefctor at Future 1: Sen ice On All Makes Allied !Line I Under New Management
recent Being Held In Jax Homemaker? of America. Con- : ,
they don't look prettySaraLou Gainesville presented a Between 3,000 and 3,500 insrtuctor in the C. I. C. the Community Church. Mr. vent on'in Jacksonville Thursday TV RADIO STEREO Keystone Heighls Tel 4't3428t 5!I Specializing .In

Wells, and Rosemary book, and a supplement on School in Brunswick, Ga. before C nova is a baritone. His, -, Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals "
through Sunday
attended the 58th
of persons an- morning. Blue Platen with
foods and "Kings
menus '
J Daurer. East- taking Flight Navigation mother, Mrs. L. A. Canova of The .girls Keystone Heights, 473-4651 t JEWELER
nual convention of the earned the
trip by -
the Kitchen, recipesof I-
A most entertaining show Training at several bases. He I Vegetables
ern Star Grand Chapter of Starke, has taken over the participating in club activit- Ii !
famous including
I' ex-
I was brought to a close with men is now a qualified Navigatorfor organ and the choirs i OPEN:
for the ies. An
Florida Governor Leroy Col- Florida in Jacksonville this election of state offi- I AUTO SERVICE I Keystone Jewelers
the singing of "Dixie. led by: Anti-Submarine W a r- past month. Under her direction cers held 6 A. M. -10 P. 31. Mon -Than.
week. Mrs. Leota Prosser. was on Friday
lins President Kennedy, and a I
), Mary LaRue. "Mitch Miller"I Dwight Eisenhower, etc., to Worthy Grand Matron, presided fare.The the choir will present' banquet in.' the Robert Meyer Terrell's and Gift ShopA OPEN 6 A. M. .til Hidaito
I George Massa] was also on I couple will reside at an Easter Cantata on Holy Hotel 1-
mention few. at the "Chimes of Love"session I Saturday afternoon. Fit, Sat., Sun.
/ hand. a and Lewis L. Kent, St. Norfolk, Va., where Lt. Bird I Thursday. Soloists will be The Sophomore. Class met Gulf Service Nice Selection Of At the
i stoplite Keystone Hfta.
i Helen As the FederatiOn of Wom will be j *
Publicity Chairman Petersburg, Worthy Grand Pa- stationed for the next Mrs. Robert Hendry Floyd with their parents Wedding, Gifts

I Egan! and Ticket Salesman an's Clubs in Florida will take. tron. Culminating the conven- several years.Community Baker, and George Canova. !night in-the-school cafeteriato Friday I New & Used Tires Sterling
.; in the Annual Cancer From $3.00 Up All Sizes
Margaret LeBlanc are grateful part ChurchRepresentatives
tion will be the Installation Officers and members of make plans for their Junior I Greeting nbI
Schaeffer who Drive, Mrs. Robert Hendry Introduced -. Lubrication Batteries Acces. Lake Brooklyn
to Mary K. of five the Church are grateful to I 1
.ot Officers Friday evening I
Mrs. Hal Hand, a on churches of the NortheasternArea I Mr. and Mrs. William C. year.The Booster OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M..I IjUie & 'Vallie Muhlhofei r .
at' 8.Associate Worthy Grand Club will
1 IS YOUR ESTATE former Keystoner, who is the Matron, Mrs. Irene Johns of of the State Fellowshipof j Mick Jr., of Jacksonville' for sor a Variety Show Friday spon-, i I Keystone Heights473179 Expert Watch Repairs I

J PROGRAM UP TO DATE Junior Woman's Club Chair- Green. Cove Springs, will be Community Churches en- the new aluminum bulletin April 5. ,at 8 p.m. in the high Certified Watchmaker I STEAKS' CHOPS

ASK YOUR GULF LIFE man of the American Home :the' |ncoming Grand Worthy joyed an informative and con-" board that has replaced the school auditorium. AUTO STORE Keystone ,Heighta 473-4177
Department of the State Fed structive Seafoods Orders To Go
all-day Conferenceat I -
TillS FREE .winddamaged'original
MAN FOR 'Matron for 1963-64, with Wal- boa d. PersonalsMrs. ..
t I SERVICE eration. Following Mrs. Hand'stalk ter F nnell of Odessa, as Wor- the Community Church' in The lUcks are good 'friends W. O. Preston and Mrs. ;MILLWORK II OPEN
a motion picture on the Keystone Heights on Marcn intf< neighbors Auto ,
the Frank Carl -
'I I thy Grand Patron. Hagglund Jr. attended '
L. R. BRAULT importance of regular and Keystone Chapter is honored 29. Sixty-five visitors and I Ilg ns. I I tea' at Keystone Heights last a i Associate 'Store I i 'I i 7 Days 6 AJi!. till MidnltH

,:' PHONE 478-4151: early check-ups was shown. to have Worthy :Matron members attended. A Work-I There will be two Easter :I Saturday at which the engagement KeystoneMillwork I 1-4 Mi. N4of Stoplite
Elect Appliances*-Major or Small
Mr. Hutchinson Clay shop in the !
Ja t Hiuay 21 Keystone Height Phyllis Hussey and her hus- program morning Services at the Community I I! of Miss Aggie Watson i Auto Accessories '
i Keystone Heights
enabled the members I Shop !
I to learn Church: 9 a.m., arid 11 /
band, J. Edward Hiasey, rep- I a.m. I to Emory Cross was an I I Batteries. I
I resenting Chapter 279. Past more about projects, the mission On Easter Sunday only! the nounced. CABINETS -- DOORS
t I I I I. ,
: j Sporting Goods, Bicycle
'Worthy Matron, Ernestine field and the spirituallife : Sunday school will meet from'1 Friends of Mrs. Charlie WINDOW FRAMES REAL ESTATE
of the church After -: ( I It Hardware, Paints, Ga.cdeDj r .
Eisenacher of 279 will be escort women. 9tq :10'a.m:, at which time| Price will be pleased to know SCREENS

to State Grand Treasurer luncheon in the education- there' will be a special pro- ,that she is recuperating Supplies. ,
k- page I at 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' I ,
j al building. Miss Kate wilcox : Trim arterial*
\ :Mary Laura Johnson while t gram. the home of her son-in-law
Past Worthy Matron Beatrice talked on Lady Dook Collegein Sunday School teachers will and ''daughter Mr. and Mrs; j Suh Mad T,0rdr C. J. Pete O'ConnorBEALTOB
-' Electrical Contractors
: t "PRETTY Schroeder will be chairman of India, which she' founded. i I meet on April 10. Shelley McKinney, in GaInes1ll I Keystone ,Height-473 4285 '

the Library. Mrs. Donald Dodd, formerly News From St. Anne's after'' a brief stay in the Jackson .Electric
I Co.
HAIR. BUT* The regular Chapter meet- of Skanenteles, N. Y., and The; Episcopal church women hospital. j ; REAL 'ESTATSAIOBTGAGES

E-' I'LL BET ing will be held April 16 at i I more recently of Daytona !, held their regular monthlymeeting' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rend- i'ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORi!.NURSERY ArTBAISALS '
j. : -
Beach, brought the HouseViring, Electric Range
\ 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. message, this Thursday at the ler ,of Gainesville visited Mr-,

W ?' ___ TilE ROOTS Miss Helen Prirett of the. Church EcunemicaU i 'Parish riouseThe Women's* and Mrs. Grant Rothhammerlast .'and Water" Heater Repairs Keyfcton: fghts,1Tel., 'm': .429l'
At the Executive Board': District Central Electric Repair Work Clemens Nursery
prlng HI
To Wed Lt. Bird > meeting is > Friday

AREN'T Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. .I meeting of the Church Women -j scheduled .for April 24i; at 'St.; "4 Mr; and Mrs. .Gil Whitton,, Call "Toby" For All Your I, .i I I Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

THAT Privett of Sarasota announce on March 25, several (m-I James Church in Perry. Rev.;, of ,Gal .tin. Mo. are visiting i, Electrical Nee J3 i.| .Citrus trees $!.5.O to $t.93,
: teresting j Keystone Heights Ph: 473-19'2'5j.$
were' 1is- '
I the engagement of their. programs George'Bedell.. Chapel of theReIrreetion Mr. and Mrs. Gil Whitton' Jr. j' i some in fruit Canned w BareI -
I COLOR" daughter. Helen. to Lt. Paul I II I cussed. On ,April 1; .th e i iI 'PStJ. v.11I speak- andfamily..
ruot. ,
: 1Ii. i iFARM SUPPLIES It ate Real Estate. Broker
I Churchwomen; enjoyed film : .. j ji
I to'"each district about college
i Lloyd Bird USNR, of Jacksonville -j : Mrs. Margaret Huffman U
"Sounds of the Earth I Ii. I I: Azaleas 3 for f 1.00 to f LOO ea. Lake
U con- work. I Propertiw A.crea.rt
NAS. I I V1siting her son and, daugh-
I & \ .,. The wedding will take place :!i,! cerning world service. / The Right Reverend E.|; ter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. James i C. & L. Feed Co. j I Hiway 100 at 'Hillcrest Ranches Business Cttj

Saturday April 6, in Sarasota. I|:i The president, Mrs. Charles !: Hamilton West our Bishop]I Lorrenger, in St. Augustine. Homes Rentals
, The bride-elect attended I Walenius, presided at the : and Rector, will make his visitation -1! Mr. and Mrs. George Shaf- c. M. BURKHALTER' 3'2 Miles East of "We Take A Personal !nter

il business meeting and the 'report to St. Anne's Mission 1 : FEEDS'a Keyatont Height
High School In Sarasota, and '| fer and daughter of Keystone [ In Your Requirtnuft
of the nominating committee : arid administer the Sacrament ; FERTILIZERS
Heights had dinner 'with 'Mr. ; I
t is a graduate of Wilson Col-I' i i Midway: Keystona Heights e
SO WHAT! She's probably the most was read. Election will i Confirmation at 8 pjn. on :| and Mrs. James Gaboardi on FAR3IEKS HARDWARE : SALE I
lege in Chambersburg, Pa., '
i I" j 'Came1ia Azaleas Dogwood UelrostHlwsj
held May 6. at which time Earleton 7
Wednesday of Holy Week j
f I popular girl in town, taking advantage having majored in psychology. j candlelight service will take' | Sunday. I .Box. ,%Woo< 21 ..
t :' a April 10. About seven candl- : Danny Pridgeon, who is'' TeL Melrose GR 5-5163 ; ; -Op Baa4ays
Since graduating she has not
place' and members'officially I I Quality Nursery Stock "I-
new J
1 of our automatic savings and paying her only done secretarial work : _dates will be confirmed. j stationed in Hawaii with the 'FLORIST Ggs2s1SvE.rMcKay

I. but has achieved recognition honored. Mrs. David Services this Sunday Air Force is visiting his par- !I :Latchstring Nursery -

1 bills by check through The ,Keystone in the literary field. "The Nelson will assist Mrs. A. J. : Palm Sunday- will include ents. i Colonial FloristHAS I a Member N. G. A- Realtor

I .. "" Anthology of American Poetry : Holt in this ceremony. I It I Blessing of the Palms and An Indian Pow-Wow party i i 3IeJrce GR 54475cITRUS ., ..
Bank.1 1 : Procession at,p 30 m4 Holy given for Brent Baldwin i NEW OWNERS I
being published this'spring On April. 15, the Circles"of :; ta j was I 11. Lot.. LaU Lilly, $3IOO.Triiis .
arid i Dot Bagwell, Mgr
Eucharist Sermon 'at
will contain six of 9:45: I on March 14 fo celebrate his )16 Lots $un et Lake
| the Community Churchwomen -| IX CONTAINERS i f. ,
am.; and Evening Prayer 7p.m. : 9th birthday at ''the home of FRESH FLOWERS i .
Miss Privett's poems. en hold the !, last meetings ', f$3773.,.Terms Investment, tract:
,JL50 To Z.OL
MEMBER; F. T. D. "
and Sirs. 1
his parents. Mr. I
i L-1 'iarpe' enough for everai lots,-
The bridegroom-to-be attended I of the season. May 20s and I nOt'eB11ed 'World Wide I Plenty of Blopmiag. :unelliaj ,
On Monday Thursdayof
''I'II j ,grade school in Key- j the date of the covered dish : Holy Week, Morning Prayer O. BaldwinChildren; who at- |, Starke7.. Phone !964-6291! frgm..50c up. Rare Camellia aw-ess to wide sandy beach.
stone Heights, and went to luncheon in the educational i tended included Helissa Gano, J j Use for recreation while hoping
I' 'will be"at 7:10 a II1. Holy grafted,17.56 up.. Plenty .of.
High School in Okinawa at building. At this time the'' Eucharist at 7:30* am., andjEvening t Charles Ormsbee, Cathy Price, i! : Edna uyLoRLcTNuRszy Evergreens and Landscape for inreftmeat. }:-Z Term,
the time his parents, Mr. and president-elect will announce 2 BR CB furnished cottage Me
I MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Prayer at 5 p.m. Genese Butts, Christine David -j I Plants t
Mrs. John Bird of Keystone the circle chairmen. The new I titd Luke Ilatchuuoa -
THC FRICNOIV 8AMC W TM g FSfcCNDUf COMMUMWT On Hojy Week Wednesday and Ga- j Let '
: ,f :Teresa Katy as landscape your horne
I names' J. OO. Terms.
Heights, were stationed there. chairmen will read the /LOWERS !
\ Morning Prayer 8:30 a.m.; boardi Jim Martin, Jeff Miller t !0. C. CARNES NURSERY
He University members of their
r graduated from the ofj( groups J For ,All pccutauUelrosa *
I Holy Eucharist. 10 .am., : Hiway 180, zs jnL E. of Start* Keystorie'Heightj, Fla
of Florida in 1957. He In 1933, the CommunityIChurch * E\e-j Paul Morris, Sara and I ; ,

1 t \ I--- joined the Navy and attend- Women. started With-1 .. (Continued: on :Next Page) : Lloyd Baldwin. Supper was j Phone: OR -2331j: <. at Florahome, Pb, 64-5665,'I 473-4316.
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YTTTTTTTYTTTTTT.YY.Y Baptist Church Choirs, plus was the winner with 43-43 or tending were Renee Belote, TY.YYTYYYYTT TTTTTTTTTT.T.TT TTTTTTYTTY.TT [I delivered by Rev. Haymon. 1! i
son of :Mrs. Sophia Royal, ix Tin ciurtiT rornr OF
1 KEYSTONE 'a few additional singers. Their an 86 total ,low gross. Pat; Shaughnessey Carol WarL L NEWS OF _IYfi R ST' I'O'CdLbR': J llI.CI'I'IZENS 'Mt Calvary Baptist took part in "Prelude to THK nilillTII JlDtCIALtJLHfllT !
first pres ntation 'wiIl be given I The Ladies: Team Play tournament Ten; Marion --Beasley !: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Taps," a patriotic 01"I.ORIO..\ 1\ I
HIGHLIGHTS 1 on Good Friday evening at ;! tied between two I. : pageant AMI FOR ItRAIlFOUDCOIM'Y.
was Thompson David" '!Schaeffer,
l i with the superintendent in : staged this week l.\ CN 1\'Elti. i
-the First Baptist Church atE :: teams. The playoffwas last :: Lorraine Dey. Jim McMuttry.' BRADFORD COUNTYBy j charge. Calendar of events i! during the In rcc P tjtl"n of
4AA ......... : : Cherry Blossom Festival in i
AALAa! o'clock. with : lIWbeUi'd5vuat jt 't Emanuel l Xu-k KlondesAOTItK
They will presentI3IacFarlane's | week the result that ; stephan Brokas. Gary Cooper ( Prayer l
Meeting 7 ,
f p.m. each Washington .
I D. C. with other
(From Prececding; Page) l I "Message from i they were still tied. Nine-bole Lee Sutton,*.Norma Valldejuli I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..;;.. ..... .. .. !....:.;. .. .,. ... .. .. .. .. . . .. I: Thursday. Regular pastoral ;i members of The Old Guard TO: Mrs Nora Clark Klondes I t
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'the Cross, based on the Sev- matches will be played .to decide ;Dolores Murrhee Margaret I .. j day is the fourth Sunday'' of :ii the 3rd Infantry's First Battle General Delivery, Ludowlci, 1

4 nlng Prayer. 5 p.m., and Lit- j.en Last Words of Christ. the winners. !' Pater, Ernie Williams Jim Curt Paek'Yoiice .fetary;'ltrs. S. dfttce;? tea i I each month. All members and Group, SAt. Royal helped TOil Georgia.are hereby notified that I
any and Confirmation, 8 a.m. :i Word;-were compiled by Bishop Personals Davie. Timmy Hickman, Harold All parents of boys from 8 cher. friends are invited 'to attend''portray U.S, the altove-naiued Petitioner E- *

i' First Baptist I Stires, and the music by' Mrs. M. L. Beand Snellen, Jackie Fox, Lin- through 10 are asked to meet; Masonic Notice all services. Mrs. Ethel J. age from Valley military Forge herit-to a manual petittaa Xfeic ia Klondes the above-styled, has=: filed I

Church News: William MacFarlane of St. daughter Marian av. ,iig in da Anthony Steve Shackle-i at RJE High School at 8 p. All members of the Masonic Harmon reporter. i: modern warfare.; I t court fur the adoption of the -
There will be special musicat !I Thomas Episcopal Church on ,.Tallahassee for the next two ford Johnny Martin and j m. on April 11 for the purpose family are, invited to take\ Greater Allen Chapel 1, The Starke i. minor I'riah j Seers Burch Jr. "
j is
the First Baptist Church ,:; Fifth Avenue. The public is'1 months:or so, during the leg- : Johnny Moon. i of organizing a Cub Pack. part in,the Palm Sunday ser- 'Services will be held Sunday squad leader in the group's a j and cause you why are the ruitvd same should to show not t
11 on Palm Sunday, April 7. The I cordially invited. t islativc session. Marion is a ;! The older group of' the ( Free films will be shown ,explaining i vice this Sunday at 1:30 at starting with Sunday 'School Co. A, stationed at Fort Les- be granted by erving a copyof i
Junior Choir will render. Following this presentation Page. Another member of'| Youth Fellowship of the Community the operation the the Masonic'hall.- Mrs. SoP- at 9:45 a.m. with the superintendent i! ,!, your written defenses, if any, i ij
McNair in
ley Washington. ; upon & PIERCK.
j ji j {
"Christ Rode Triumphant." I they intend to start working their household will be Miss 'Church held a swimming pack and the advantages boys hia Royal M-A.M. I Miss Fannie. Bell j He entered the Army in -1950.!!;! torneya: for PeUt 'n"ts. SOS-JOS:+ ; '

Mrs. Mary Eckford of Jacksonville 1 I I on Handel's Messiah which. :' Betty ,Jean Cross of Gaines- and skiing party at the :;>. will receive by becoming Cubs. The Eastern Stars will meet i Frazier, in charge. Morning ; and last stationed in Korea .. :North Temple Avenue, Starke.
; they hope to have ready by j vile who will also be .Page.. home of Pat Shaughnessey A district director from''at 8 m. Thursday at the I service was ;| Florida, and by fling the or- ":
will sing "Ride On, I' on p :: [Love Feastl at 11 a.j i ij l I I izinal thn-eof with the Clerk of
Ride On, in Majesty," and I Christmas. Betty Jean ["B J.. ] is the Lake Santa Fe last Sunday !! Gainesville will be present and hall. All members. are asked j m. Evening Service, 6 p. m. ij i i j I said Court within 20 days afterservice J
the ;j Anyone interested }in joini ..daughter- Senator Emery [, afternoon. After the explain how to organize the to be i iI of this Notire' upon you,
choir will sing "The I children ,,. present. Mrs. Janie j with the pastor in charge of : I j I exclusive; of the day of service,
i .
Palms. A special musical i ing this group should contacti CI'DSS.A \ !! had all enjoyed the water, pack and answer questions about Mitchell, W.'ion 1 I communion. 1t 1 1j !,
service will also be held Good i I Ralph Copeland at the Bap- I I meeting of the Estrellita they .had a barbecue supper I 1 the training to be received Auxiliary j t Easter Sunrise Service will TITE RIGHT POINT for the entered i j!r. ;

Friday evening at 8 o'clock I test Church or at Stt Anne'si j';Club will be held at 2 pjn. [, About 15 members and guests by the boys. !I The American Legion Auxiliary be held on Easter Sunday atj;i; way you write. Come in and' seal WIT.VCSS of :aid my court hand at and Starke.the ,

J when the Keystone Choral i Episcopal Church where he Is j jj i Wednesday April 10 at, .llie !: enjoyed the. afternoon and Please come out and help will' meet at 2 pjn. Sunday Greater Allen Chapel startingat I Select your favorite ESTER- Florida this :March !li. 163.CHAHLKS ;:.
1 organist and choir director at ;.Masonic Hall. At this time,- a this worthwhile BROOK Fountain Ten. TELE : A. DARBT.OlfrU .
Group comprising members; evening. Chaperones were Mr. get organization -, at RJE High School. All 4 a.m. All Stewardesses
f the Circuit Court
from the choirs of all churches i' both churches. j uew project will be planned and Mrs. Bill-Warren and the ,.,. started. members are asked to be i and Deaconesses of the city GRAPH. tSEAD "

in Keystone Heights!!, will ; Final Kites Held | for the benefit of the Masonic parents of the hostess, Mr. : Eddie Thompkins, Principal ,, present and on time.-Mrs.. L. are invited to take part in'' 4-4 4* 4i" -_'.!

render MacFarlane's "Mes- ; For :Mrs: II. S. Nelson j buIMrng fund. Mrs. and Mrs Bob Shaughnessey. !j I I Senior Class 1 II M. Royalpresident.. \ the service. The! line ofmarch"
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. !!! Charles King and Mrs. Wil- '.i:
To Present Play New Bethel BaptistA will
sage from the Cross based 1 Air. and Mrs. Stewart Jen- begin at .Mrs. Pullum'shouse
on The Seven Last Words- Heibort A. "eJsoI'tL'gt'et to j ji j liam Pinon will serve a of The Senior Class of RJE special service will be on Brownlee St.; and ,
i Everyone is cordially invitedto i learn of the jdeathof Mr. hostesses for the refreshments I sen '' Hialeah paid a surprises I.(! High will present its annual held Sunday Apr. 7, in New .march by'' candlelight to the

these services.St. I Nelson's mother MrsAgnes t and the social hour. visit to Mrs. Jensen's cousin ,,, senior play "The Phantom of :, Bethel Baptist Church. Th'effort, All marchers.are ask- j
Morange Nelson, aged 91 Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn, Mrs Lena Clemens, and sons "
William's Church 1I II I!i High School. a mystery is for the purpose of i ed to wear white dresses.
St.Villiam's Choir will years on Friday. March 22, !I former Keystoners, have spent ; of Hillcrest last week I: drama in three acts on April .( The Easter program will be:

sing special Easter music I at Sunny Acres!, Petersburg, I a month at Holiday Beach i Leslie Beasley spent Fri-I..15 at 8:15: p.m. in the school getting ready for the state held at 3 p.m. All! members I II. ... .....
i Ill Her husband. Herbert S. Apartments. They now reside cafetorinm. convention. All members are
which I I urged to attend. C <
they have been working day and Saturday of last week j
i| Nelson died in 1961 at the in Andalusia, Ala. j to be at .
on for the past few I ; Depicting the various char- : asked please present : tin The Service
I age of 93. Both of the de- j We once mentioned the famous : in South Florida, attending j ji +
months. Solos will be suns acters will be Robert Wade, 3 p.m. The message will -be t. Staff Sergeant Carl Royal, 'A:
J by Leo LeBlanc. Mrs. Margaret I I ceased had'- visited in Keystone names we have around i i the annual meetings of the II i ii Betty Crum, Glory Cummings, u x\ r t
I Heights. Keystone our column. Nam-1 Glades Cooperative at Moore I i
Pater, Mrs. Jean Fox. Mrs. i ; ; Sandra Long, BOOker T: Marshall I
1 ''fS, .like Lorraine Dey, Gary Haven, and the Lee County [ '
Irene Brault, and by guest include a dough j Mae Bright, Vera Austin .
Cooper, Ronald Coleman,.Lana: .Cooperative at Fort Myers. | UNITED FAlOrAGfJlOY .. r
soloist Mrs. Elva Scott. Other ter Mrs. Charles Janecek .of i James Franklin, Leroyi ; :.
1 Turner.'etc.,.We-weren't agar Mr Beasley is the general 1t
HI. i
Choir members include Mrs Springfield. a son. James Moore Akher Lee Williams \
f II.. of that we also bad a James manager for the Florida Association |
Bee Cooper Mrs. Lu Nelson Cincinnati, and another Silas Suggs Adam Houston
f Mrs. Lena Clemens Miss! Anna son. Herbert A., of Keystone I Dunn in our midst at one of Cooperatives- Mary Dell, James Barber, Nationwide- Real state- SerVice-

I McCulloush.; Mrs. Marie Heights. There arc six I. time. j 1 I Mack Lee Mary, Perdue and c & *. > t. .*

Baynor. Mrs. Mary K. Schaef- rrandchildren and. 13 great Speaking of names, we ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Fiona Hudson. Announces the appointment of Eddie & Viola i

fer. Miss Mary Ann Schaeffer -srauJ-children. know any number.of Helen's CIIURCH. The ;play is being directed Allen to its' localbranch'' office in Starke, Florida. :

and Miss Jackie Fox. Mrs. Services were held at the for instance, Helen Warren,I Rev. vim:'" 4 W., .Worstall,:I 1 by Francis Pierce; 12th Grade Office, on U. S. 301,. block'- south of juctioh state

Janet Lamm is organist-di: ,, Holy Name. Cathedral in Chicago Helen Wallace. Helen Wallen- !! Vicar. p. |j, sponsor. 1 100. ,', '.!t. WT1: l :' \:
Jus Brust
Helen Egan. :
oa March 25 burial I Anderson Junior High .
rector, Miss Anna : was 8:30 .
McCullough 'f Daily offices, : ajn. to UNITED FARM AGENCY is now in its 3Sth <
Helen Phelps, Helen Conneen, ; "
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in Calvarv, Ccmolery.( Chicago. 1 The. following students of ". "
assistant director. ; Holy'Eutharist I(I
i 5 p.m. Wed- of service to and sellers of < :
Country Club' News Helen Kennedy.. Helen :Whitehead Anderson Junior High School year buyers t 1'
Monday evening, April 8, 'Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist -
and homes recreational'-- !
a newcomers farms properties
will be the final Lenten Way A Mixed Best Ball 'rou1'1lament on 1st and 3rd Sundays made the Honor Roll: Jerieani country ,v .;, ft- .
Keystone-the soon-to-be-Hel i and business from coast to N r+ .V
t of the Cross. Stations begin {; was held at the Keystone each month. Morning Prayer: Johnson, Cynthia Sherman, acreages -
at 7:45.: I Heights Country Club I, en Bird. I ut as yet we have 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany Sylvester Franklin, and Car- coast and ranks as the nation's largest advertiser IN.FLORID. ;

y) A special Bake Sale will beheld last Sunday. In the first flight, n't; been able to locate the ,.Service oa any .5th Sunday. olyn Jane Myers, all 8th of real estate. Through world-famous free catalog -
elusive Helen Hunt. Will BEER
on Friday, April 5, on there was a tie for best score never get our car-keys back we? Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p. Grade: and Alice Yvonne Tur-i I and consistently heavy, 'year-round advertisingin IS A NATURAL
!; Lawrence Blvd. Proceeds to be between Lindsay Walker and m. ner. 7th Grade.-Mrs. D. S. newspapers and other publications throughoutthe I
The Junior Class
'f used fo: a most worthy cause. Eileen Lee and Doris Otting- Keystone I II Moore sponsor. country UNITED brings buyers from everywhere Brewed slowly, by a eenturies-old natural procets, beer 'Is
Heights High Schoo
," April 20 is the date for the er and Wally Muhlhofer. Both I have started rehearsals for I FIRST BAITIST ; Thurston ElementaryDear to the communities' it serves. Florida's traditional' beverage of moderation=:tight spark-
Catholic Club's steak dinner. I couples had a score of 33 net I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS patrons: Will you ling, delicious.
their class List play, "Cheaper by property now
attend PTA meet- your
It will be served in In the second flight Lois Olson I please your '
Re J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph And naturally Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud of the mil
the Dozen
I arid Col. i adapted from thebook ing at the school Monday Allen and have folks all across the nation as your
creation Hall. Make your John Beidler won Copeland Minister of Music lions of dollars it contributes to Florida's Florida's
I and movie by the same 8 at 7:30 There potential buyers! No charge for listing. UNITED'slocal
plans accordingly. parish- with a net score of 29. 'I night April ,
I name. | and church organist. : 5 brewers 101 beer wholesalers, and 17,6pO'baer retailers
I I will be a Fish Fry on the representatives -.dependable licensed and
: oners will be asked to do theirshare. l There was a surplus of men, I! On Saturday evening ]March Services! : Sunday School : after the meet- .. employ more than 8,000 persons with an"titnull' payroll of
I school grounds bonded. Ky riw'' ;j j: "
.I so a separate men's flight was 30, Bruce Moon son of Mr. 9:45: a. m. Mormng Worship i to $155,000,000. Mor.eymade irt Florida, spent In. Florida. In
New Choral Group organized and low net winner,, and Mrs. W. L. Thomas of ., 10:50: a. m. Training Union I ing is over. Come prepared Florida, beer belongs r.-.enjoy It.
I Is Organized Here I was Ed Dwyer Jr., with a I Ii Nelson's Point, celebrated his :i 7:00: p. m. Evening services I eat supper at the school fora UNITED r ARM "AGENCY I
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.f t A Choral group has been i score of 25. I,16th birthday with a party I BLOB: p. m. You are invited to I reasonable price of 25 cents M
formed in Keystone Heights .i On Monday, April 1, the !I at his home. Guests enjoyeddancing i I share fanily Prayer time witk l per plate. May we expect you? ,

from the choirs of the Episcopal ladies organization held an 18 i j, and pizza pie. Bruce ''us. I -Mrs. Louiza Brown presi- Phones: office,,964-4181. ; residenceWaldo; ,-468-14 19 FLORIDA{ DIVISION .
Community and First hole t 1
tournament. Eileen
received many nice gifts. At dent; Mrs. Thelma Clark sec- f ..
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THREE BIG DAYS .. w' 411 4 Starke, Fla. Thurs., April 4, 1963

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:f Cash Prizes For Best Berries And Best Dessert I

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It's the berries I
f The comeback of the luscious ,. '9 1
V ;; That will be the watchwordin
winter '
! strawberry as Brad- II .
Starke this Friday as cooperating -
ford County's leading cash
, Starke stores make
crop is being heralded by I II ii iI :< the unprecedented. offer of a
1 Starke merchants this week
with a gala three-day sales V i i
J I i kY 1 !I with each $5 or more
event climaxed I Il' Yt
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I purchase.
' tainment contests and Saturday musical afternoon.enter- .._ _.., ., ." 1f 'T ... W'.V >eM t T1:? 4 "If the berries go as fast as

{ All Saturday events wlil be Bradford High School Band i I the Washington Birthday
advise to
cherry pies my
I staged at the vacant lot on tz- 7 : V_ .' .w .
; V V. 4.t customers is to GET THERE
Call Street, former location of
EARLY!" said Charles Saw-
the Bradford Starke Hotel.County strawber- Events For Saturday, April 6th 4 :! Merchants yer, chairman Association.of the Retail

I : ries are said to be the finest a i'v
s I in quality this that r 1 I Sawyer was commenting on
year r r v
I ( ever been grown here, and: 2:00 P. M. Music By BHS Band I the spectacular Washington'sBirthday
event in Starke when
out-of-town judges are expected I
I to have a hard time picking 2:30 P. M. Judging Best Flat Of Strawberries .' 1 .1 more than 500 cherry pies
' 1 ; t sold at 25 cents each
II the best flat for the $25
.\< top award. Second best flat 3:00 P. M. Judging Best Strawberry Dessert I within two hours after they
If t will !Abe awarded $15, and third .... .6- ._ '_ ...... ...-__ _. ,i went on sale.

'I best $10. ,. __ .....'. ... ". u'-.. .. .. '._ .. 3:30.P.. M.Exhibition Riding By Bradford Sheriff's Strawberry Grower Ned Coleman --I "By noon there wasn't a
i In addition to the prizes, : cherry pie left in town, and
all flats entered in the con- Country Music-Red Hollingsworthoffice Posse FREE STRAWBERRIESAt folks were still clamoring for
; test will be auctioned off \o them all afternoon," Sawyer
: 4:00 P. M. Old Time Music These Stores On Fri. Apr. 5 will
the highest bidder, with receipts Country said. "Next year we try
going to the grower. before 4 p.m. Friday. Hollingsworth of Lake But- to have enough pies so nobody
Of special interest to the The afternoon's festivitieswill ler, one of the best known DENMARK'S DAHMER'S will be disappointed..
ladies is the contest for the, be opened with music by purveyors of this type of mu- All! Events at Old Starke Hotel Lot BOTTOM DOLLAR I I CARP'S Instead of selling the ber-
. t best dessert made with strawberries the Bradford High School sic in the area. Red not only KOCH'S EAGLE'SBULIINGTON'S ries, they are being given free
: first prize $15; second Band at 2 pm., followed by plays the old-time fiddle, but SLADE GAS as a delicious bonus with each
the best berries contest at is also with the five-
adept (limit
I prize $10; and third NILLfl11115BARISDALE'S I $5 or more purchase
prize, $5. 2:30: ; best dessert contest at string banjo, steel guitar and PARKING BETTY'S TOT SIIOPPETIlE : one to a customer I.
All persons wishing to en- 3:00: ; Sheriff's Posse exhibi- other instruments.All ALVAREZ TELEGRAPH "We feel that In giving a-
tion at 3:30; and country mu- players of this type of cz:7
NOW will be
ter a flat of berries or a dessert way strawberries we
in the contests should sic jubilee at 4 pjn. music are invited to bring IN STARKE! WESTERN AUTO STUMP'SGEM doing something nice for our
Featured in the country their instruments and take .. WORTH'S JEWELRY also be
register with the county agentor customers and will
i music program will be Red part in the jamboree.
home demonstration agent's NASWORTHY'S PRIEST'S [Continued on Page 9]

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14 CUBIC FOOT This one Drives 'em I-j @ _

"Ain't No Match With Modern\ LP Gas

Has Served This Area Water Heating-No Slow, Expensive
No-Frost Wires To Heat UP-Clean! EconomicalLP I

Gas Does The Job! .,

appreciate your business 30-GAL.
Modern Design and continue to give the best r. Glass Lined $ ..

Efficient, Quiet LP GAS SERVICE available. !: 'k> ''COMPLETELY. I

Our aim is to satisfy our customers AUTOMATIC
Operation --
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Top Freezer Crisper Hot WaterHEATER .
Lr business. practices sell only the '

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3 DAYS ONLY r .' 10-Year Warranty] OUR .
JT-A4A r'r S'a Compare AnywhereAt Here Is Top Quality In The Budget
IT'LL HOLD A BUNCH t 00 ::BELOW OUR COST' Only Price "Range"

OF STRAWBERRIESWith 290 .We Have 7 Open Front Heaters Left 'a $

Trade Over That We Would Love To Get Rid $5500 Reg. $169.95 9S

Of. They Heat Right Good, But Are ___
Ideal For A Fireplace. Now Thesfl' %' ; 3 DAYS ONLYNo
Things Cost Us $1 t.27: (Just So You

RCA WHIRLPOOL FREEZER Know You're Getting A Good Buy.) V
But We Are Letting Them Go For YOU'LL NEVER BE WITHOUT Dealers Please

;r.-J: $10.00 On The Barrel Head-First
-.-: =--\)), f* 15 CUBIC FEET Come, First Serve. HOT WATER WITH THIS BEAUTY Our Jealous Competitors Try To Maks Us Think You.,Have
Whatever They Are) But Ther Ain NoMatch"
To Use Matches\ (
I JI ii DELUXE INTERIOR V With Modern Gas Cooking!

;'Z CONVENIENCE DOOR RACKS V : Nothing But Top Quality! Sold Here ..

z Pint of FreshStrawberries ai

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.. ...- -.-. -,...-.. ...-.. are gathering! tops it with several beautiful I j i 4r! use. Convert them Into cash 1, -
fh A word now is in order. a- "toppers.". Have. you. an old refrigerator_ ,I now. Phone 964-3101 and ask -
Farmer's i
lor classified.Just
Diary .
.. bout that delicacy supreme- .fan. or tools which you no long-: i ENTER NOW!
"I can't possibly eat all I .
Short-Cake! Alice .
Strawberry .
-- that, you protest, as you .
...-w, By Sam,.. McGarvey. makes the old-fashioned kind; look at the king-size dessert.I -
.. she bakes biscuits, adding a, But you nibble on a bit of : Arrived BEST SLOGAN CONTESTTo
It's berry picking time
now little sugar and extra short-
the biscuit, crunchy with a
s I and all over.the county folks ening. She splits the biscuit
nutty flavor seasoned with suitable for Bradford Count Not
GAY NEW pick slogan )
i young and old, from the little douses it with sliced berries ,
berry syrup then you try a $j EASTER ten words.
and put the top, over
E 'uI?, the older ones, are out 1 juice on berry slice and it is tart, but' FASHIONS FOR EVERYONE ELIGIBLE
then sliced berries. Over
a more
\ in the berry patch; picking this delectable mound she the bland flavor of cream members of Civic Roundtable and their
applies Except
with ,
mingles it and first DRESSESSizes
toting, and packing. And I portion of
a generous families.
i3.r thing you know the little --
I t what a wonderful crop they l real whipped cream, and then Folk in your stomach are yelling 3-6x and 7-14 t.. 1st Prize $.50,
We Want More- More!
I I 2nd Prize $25 Prize $10
More !!. One caution to J. 3r4 -

: I YlAltOF THE II.IDn EN, I though: Emily Post says you 4.98 8.98 \ Fill out coupon. below. and ''mail to 4. Box.,.. 238 Starke.
I OF I are not supposed to lick the Fla. before midnight April"5..
P Q I plate, but then Emily never KATE GREENAWAY ;
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r S :I Short-Cake.. CINDERELLA Suggested Slogan _____________________
flying ants damaged woodwork I -
or if -
t II I Something new has been Toddler D.esses.Baby DressesSizes t .
: In home. t \ ;I added to Lawtey: a barbecue' .
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-'' I I sandwiches and ribs with a ______ _____ r_ '!:..rr ,-_-.-_---------
sauce that. is really. .GOOD.I, 2.98 to 7.98 3.98 & 4.98 ; ..'

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: SWARMING SEASON i some biting ants last week': PINT of STRAWBERRIES ? \.t' ,r

.. i and in true wife-like fashion, FREE With Each $5 Or More Pur- My Itam@: : ______...----------------------
she blamed Sam.tlSir Knot- :
: IS HERE i head" she said, "why do you chase-Friday Only Uftl.rvAddress. .

.-. i not get rid of these pesky: _
BOPS FASHIONS-INFANTS THRU SIZE 8 : __ ------------;--.---------
r. : things!" Thus challenged, LAY-AWAY: FOR EASTERBETTY'S -- -

If a termite infestation found-and'eradicated. .in. its\ early Sam declared war on the biting -i

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stages it could SAVE YOU :MANY, DOLLARS,IN EXPENSIVE : their nests with chlordane, TOT SHOPPEE. \
and they are too busy now to

{ REP AI IRS. .Call FloridiTPest. .t, I t Control 1 ,and I chew on Alice.. ,, CALL STREET ....._ -, .-

: Chemical. Company for ,a FREE*' n$ ection of your Berry plants are enjoyingthe 4, .. .. L. ....
\ r l % cool nights but the other : r _

: property\ by. graduate no riog l 2. crops are not doing well. Cokes ,. \. .-' ,,
squash, beans and watermelon -I i!

: I all got nipped by the'1 1I ,.
recent cold spell, and they RIESTt8Br
1 c.- I ; P
-1. "( 'are still waiting for warm I Ii II I x
: fi flJ i: nights. 'I f {K

; 1f.\: l I No rain for some time and I gh.t N a w Select/on Of a U tL
.. -. : what with the hot sun and i
and winds, the land has dried !
t I off and could stand a good ;
Use monthly pest' f''f
i drenching. We can order seed i iI
; control plan for control i' AWJCALCQ. I and fertilizer and plant the 1 !

of such. pest as roaches, !1 i ; .. i crops and cultivate, but we i ii
have to wait on the weather. I!
: ants, clothes moths, silver ,I i I,

: fish and others. I I The.MH-3Q furore has abated -: '! .-
s. I at least for the time being i LADIES WASH COTTON

53P, E..,QALL SST. PHONE 964-396J i with the ruling that it i I Fashion Men's TOILS
/ will be permitted without disi i I DRESSESWAS BATH

count, provided it is not applied J HANDBAGSFor DRESS & SPORT. .
.1 ..,.. .. .- -- t in excess. But this year i -
I tobacco which results from;':

W poor cultural practice veri -' SpringI SHIRTS

,. i fertilization, too close spac-'! I
- ing, too much irrigation or' of? .
MH-30-will be discounted at,

the market.. I

1 / TERWILLEGAR Bradford County's only elephant i I

a: lady c named "Marywho I i

i: "' resides at the zoo at I i .
LL '1 ". ...' Highland, is a hungry one.I I it }' .
I Manager of the place, Gene 1 1I It t '
\\ ', ; ,I Eunic K.tells us,i she, eatsv.* n .. I'LLr ,
rl bale of hay a day, plus any-; ,
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thing else she can reach. J
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Incidentally, Gene said they I i
: had a whopper of a rattler r

there for a while, a seven: i i -- t
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foot monster that. died soon' :
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after capture.. Shortly beforeI 'I!: $1.9&J = .$298i .
then it had eaten two full- ;
, : sized rabbits! 'i In Checks Or Woven Stripes t

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., .! The for berry this week festival should scheduled Ibe aI i I black *patent'-r plastics $$$198 TO $$298lIen' LARGE ;

1t IS THE TIMEs : lot of fun and we. 'know W: in assorted 24, .x ,44In.CQpox 81' 8 t
WHILE WE ARE will draw a big crowd. A I l sizes and shapes.
LOADED WITH reader gave us the following i ; ,
Dressy anfl casual
; H'o"w".r.-"I words for an old-timey tune: Short Sleeve Dress
I GOOD USED CAR "Boil them cabbage down, styles all beautifully Shirts. Several Collar Styles. 20 38 r rO
Bake the hoecake brown The I !
!{"< ..... ; designed.i NOW
I. \. MVo. 63 MODELS 'only song that I can sing, Is I Favorite Sizes_ ::4'To 16/
'boil them cabbage down!" I fashion 3.98 Yz 1.98 ? x 40 - .
: 1958 FORD PICK-UP 1959 FORD FORDOR i I I I colors.. : Dacron and CottonSMART 2.98 PRICE 1.49 37' i

BLACK & WHITE, : We note with interest the I i I .. .
: GREEN, NEW < FORDOMATIC! i: handsome, photograph. that i I.- r .. .
$695 $ adorns the column of George I Ii
TIRES $995
RADIO, & HEAT i Huggins and the pretty one j .t
ER, V-8 i for Dorothy Ross's. After all,i iI Spring Shades
when we contemplated the pie-i !rdfl
1958 FORD PICK-UP 1961 Chevrolet Impala ture on cur column? we, eel i I H
i very proud for it is 14 years i d

BLACK < FORDOR,'V-8, i old is not hard to live up to.. I
: $$595 TOMATIC, $1195$ : ; I :L .

AND HEATER Methodist Church i iI

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1961 FORD GALAXIE I Schedule for week of l A. 1Vr .
:. 1958 FORD TUDOR (gj) 7: April Girl's Nylon Panties. 't. f.!4

500 TUDOR H. T., : Sunday. [Palm Sunday] _: t. ;{" '

RADIO, HEATER, $ Automatic :Radio, I Church- School 9:45: a.: m.i ii a..' SIZES 7-14 f

REAL ECONOMY $195 Heater, PowerSteering $$1195 i Morning Worship 11 am.'1 i Pair J 9f a 's4; .
One Owner ;, Snack Supper for MYF, 6 P'I
m. Youth Meetings, 6:30'pm.:: i .
Clean ; Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. 1 Lpvely nyk}\ pantie: $ with pret-

1957 MERCURY TUDOR MondayHoly Week services j ty lace trimming.. Comfortable
1960 FORD '
FALCON4DR. I 'Monday through Friday -, double fabric crotch. White. F ''1

: : \ i J : ,., 12 noon. Men's Club sup- i 1 pink, blue. i, /
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lV1'QjAT$195$ DELUXEWAGON $ I per and business meeting, ,, 7pm. '* '4 .

I -' h" $1 95- 'j Tuesday-. Wesleyan .Service.' I. ;4 ; .; .

,.. Ga.6s
Guild meets, at home of Mrs. : 'O=IRON NYL QN
Charles C. Johns, 7:30 p.m:1.-i first Quality\

: Springs Station Wagon Time I Wednesday Prayer. Meet-: :I IOUFFAHTSTfie
: tag, 7:30: pan.Thursday I Ii NYLONS
i Easter egg i .
WE hunt for Toddlers and Nursery : Tfie swonder,,of easy-care ny Spring DustersEasy I.
i at home of Mrs Olin i l lon goes all out for fashionfrills. \
TO C CHOOSE FROM White Jr., 10 a-m.: Story Hour -A flow of tiered ruffles Lf ., ,, 1 Pairs"No 99c
I Nylon Stretch Gloves .' .
for Primary Department, and : ; lace ribbon>> tr .ws- White.. ,. cotton
HAVE Junior Choir rehearsal 3:15 I Ii care ,

: i pun. Chancel Choir rehearsal,i iI SIZES $1.,. and estran. Checks, 99'

I 7:30: pjn.! __ : solids Streak". 400. needle 15
stripes, novelty ( -
1-3&6-12 $1.59 A to outfit.
FridayEaster egg hunt complement' any u' I
: You .Are for Primary Dept at home at Short] length nylon' gloves trims: Blue. >; denier. ; regular: stitch. In. I
Clean, Used Mrs. Jack Hines 3 pan. Egg! 4-14 .. $1.69, stretch to fit. White or colors. pink, "maize, turq( 8'/2Vo i
sizes 11. !
Find The 4. : hunt for Kindergarten 'Djpt.: I : .
Sizes 10ta18
at home of Mrs. O. L. Haynes 6-12------ 88c Childs . 59c ,
To Select t
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Car You Want. Jr., 3:30: pm. j. .
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C.., H'. town on left of the read f : Priest
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1 i School,' 10 a-m. Sunday-Night\ '
tlYDE I TE "7 m-,"''Everyone; :
i i _, W1LLt lL : Worship i i cordially Invited p. to attends i 4

: -- Rev. Carl Edmondsoa, pastor. I : : T

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r HEAD FOR CITY FISH FOR I I large the north painting.of town Also J and : Berries Final Rites !I BAPTIST HEILBRONN CHURCH I I

other to the south. : For A. D. Williams, : THE RIGHT POINT' for the
I'' ill, L many people would Lawtey Native Sunday School 10 a. m. I.way you write. ,Ctme in and
REALLY BIG FOOD see it if it were properly Purchases Morning Worship 11 a. m. elect year favorite ESTES-
vertised. Perhaps ti\e Training Union. 7 pjn. Eve- BROOK Fountain Fen. TELE-
Arthur D. Williams 53 a.
would lend it for'this I I native of Lawtey died Friday -; ning Worship, 8 pjn. Prayer GRAPH.
I There is a possibility i from Page 7] afternoon in Jackson- Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm. I I I
gun Afohr :
8 1f iura ess Rev. Charles I
the University of Florida ville hospital. He had lived in Harvey pastor. I
-Box 104< Sulphur Springs, Ind- .: certain foundations ]I to advertise one of,the ; Jacksonville for the, past 40
I the Ford might I glamorous products. of and before his retire-
I such an art and cultural :I County., Sawyer years I Gas (Genie says:
in consecrated ment
Wherein I find myself more person ana was a civil service em-
Italy a far-away place I will better understand what; ter established. Why not ployee at the Naval Air sta-
have always' dreamed about. God has planned for my future -'i j BIG? County has been tion. He was a member of i turn to
Sweet the memory is to me I and the meaning of life., Why not Appoint a l for 'its strawberries j'I Zion's Rest Primitive Baptist
Of a land beyond the sea,!'' Helpful Hints: If anyone i committee of. .about they Were first grown,': Church and a" veteran. of? L n MODERN
FRYERS LB. I Where the saves and moun goes abroad eat lightly and' qualified persons to look Loop.'J'in the late 1870's. It 13'i World War n.
C j tains meet. so not get too tired. Remember ,
the matter? they are the surest Beside his wife he is survived I
RED HOT Where amid her mulberry we are guests of other' .-Cyrus E. making 'crop in the I by a daughter, one adopted -

SAUSAGE LB. trees i countries. I always eat every I P.S,-Also, perhaps ,.and that growers havet I son one step-eon; his LIVINGwith
Sits Amalfi in the heat I feed; they bring. Each coun- I
t suffered
could have a spring and ; a loss on them I mother, Mrs. Lovie Pearsall jof
Bathing ever her white feet try has its own kind of delightful -i j I,
SMOKED musical} festival added 85 years they have been Jacksonville, and a'number of
In the tideless summer seas. food. i I'
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program. We already here. It is believed that brothers and sisters. :
LongfellowYesterday [ I shall take lots of pictures ;,
t good auditorium. cannot be said of Funeral services were held
t | Why
I had dinner in1 I slides which I hope to show 1 I|: any i NATURAL GAS
at 4 pjn. Monday in Seashole
SPARE RIBS LB. library in the same
I Amalif, Italy. Many years ago, at churches so the people can j|i I crop.
II Funeral Parlors with Elder
'Henry W. Longfellow stayed the wonderful places to i I acreage has
see j You lead modern, carefree life today when have
can a you
PORK LIVER LB. !! Louie Crawford and Elder
SEVENTH DAY increased here in
for a time there and wrote re-
be visited in the Land.
Holy .
j 1 Crawford i Natural Gag doing your work it's so much faster deanglad-
I Guy
SMOKED the above poem. Italy is a I can write you again from ADVENTIST years and it now seems I
and economical. Switch today you'll be
was in Edgewood Cem- I more
delightful land. It is much I i Jerusalem. I Sabbath School [ that Bradford County
PICNICS LB. different from USA, etery. you
:, our own I,| God bless you every one. 9641324. again in future !
SMOKED!\ but I like the changes. I am Love I'I 9:30 a. m. Horning become the,largest win- SteM Notebook Steno did.STARKE NATURAL GAS
writing this in the Hotel Santa -
; MOTHER LURA 11 a. In. Located between Ko rect ,
market in the Type TypewriterPens
BACON LB. Lucia. in Naples. Not far I son Road and Griffis Typing Paper. Erasers I CITY HALL PHONE 96 ..1301I
from here are the ruins of I
By The PieceBEEF .
Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH. -
Pompeii which we visited., I
: Yesterday we took the most I
liVER : beautiful drive high along''

3 LOS the Mediterranean in Salerno ..
and the beach where our soldiers -
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FRESH GROUND I landed in World War n.
I We went in a big bus and Starke Fla. ". .
I HAMBURGER00 I there are 42 of us in this March 8, 1963 o '
I party from the Wheaton Col- Editor Telegraph: StIonra o oo
END CUT : lege Tour. We had two-hear Of late there has been some Your friendly
; classes every morning while discussion as to what to do 6\ S
CHOPSROLL ,I on the ship S. S. Constitution.: with the Bradford County
w y
i We studied the Bible and history courthouse in case a new
I of the Ho'v Lands, and courthouse is built. I
i, some Arab.' words. The food Why not establish a schoolof ,
on the ship was so good and music and cultural centerin

SAUSAGE MEAT I: plentiful la the evening at 8 the present courthouse .-, '.
t i we met for devotional ser when that time comes? It t ; rn ,..' ""
vices. I en oed it so much would be well located and
I,! and will be happy to return such would add greatly to the I
STEWING HENS. LB. -1 1 Qc on the sam3 ship April 7. prestige of Starke.No FREE Pint StrawbrriesI $2 Off On All ht
This mooing; at ]0 o'clockwe doubt there is much latent ,
are all walking to church. local talent in Starke and '
I The service will be English surrounding towns of this area.
SOUTHERN POUND CAKE40c I at a mission just for us. This Of the present rooms, one FRIDAY, APRIL ::5,,, ONLY Spring and SummerDRESSES ..
; is a delightful Christian ex- could be used for piano teaching -
\ perience with these wonderful another for the violin

: people of our party. Thenat and one for voice culture. '. ..' "1v f
6 this evening we go a- Others for paintings for display -
29C board an Italian ship. Espcira or to be sold. Also a .
and sail at 9 tonight for Alexandria room for carvings, sculpture,
Egypt. I have been or other works of art. DRESSES Just In Time For Easter!
exceptionally well not a single Tourists passing through .
ache or pain. I eat lightly J' Starke have inquired about Were 9.98 And Up

Open 7 day a week 6 a. m. 10 p. m.Sinr.K.A and only the first day out on the painting "The Feast of + by Cinderella ,
the ocean was I seasick and Belshazzar, by Mrs. Stuart
I we had a storm. Fletcher with its portrayal of NOW .
From Egypt we go to Beirut 236 Biblical characters. It 3,98 to t 8.98
and then get in automobiles could be in a room by itself, .

:, for the drive to Jerusalem* .and a charge, say 25 cents,1 ,_- Sizes 3 To 6X 7 To ,14 And Up'
where stay ten days:. We to it. Could be insured. 7.98
we see ,
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED lands. I want to walk where could have a large sign on it : .
II'i, Jesus walked, to kneel and to attract attention. Also a r #' : .... !' "l.'.1 '
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 pray where Jesus prayed. Per- nice billboard on the U.S. 301 '.. 2.98 'to : 4-98 '. ';, ',
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i :;-ntT" YYnUYYUTUI t lanca at services last Sunday, him.The t tact Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry DyaL f her recent surgery and the'i visitors here with Mr.. and!''Evangelistic Service: ,;7:30; p. m.| PUBLIC NOTICE I M:, on :May 7th. 1961 at wh:,'h i j i

I! r :' morning. Rev, 1\. Lv Fewox of I Young People's, Meeting -I The Lo I's Supper will be family certainly appreciates Mrs K. B. Watterson.. i i Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,I} PUBLIC: NOTICE IS HEREBY 1 time final action will be takrii !(

M Bayles$ ffiwayBj Collins Road{ .Baptist Church I' of the church will) be held':I observed at the church Sun- all the prayers that were offered 1 t -"Mr: "and u. MrsTTl W. King; : 7:30- p. m. Player,for the sick i' OIVEX THAT: WHEREAS 1,I the 84(4 Ptease( Uo rd govern upon yuut-Bad ;.!
I I i brought the message. Friday night at 7:30.: Any day night, and all members 1 during her illness. and family .o| Jacksonville'at 'all sgn-ice.UD T. MeChei. -,; a majurity of the Board of self JlMudlagly

f .". Mrs. D., E. Crosby x\ j young Person between.he: .' alI I are urged to be present. etYednf5day ; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond visitPdbir., and; Mrs;; p.E.. .,pastor j L'uunnCommissioners of Bradford 1 in This 5 weekly notice issues shall be of publ1Sl11'It Dradi..rd t
.. Key-tope \ will be the were visiting'h County Florida deem it .,
+* ni2h.t Crosby bro-
\ r Hill .hereTfiatu '
4mlMAAAMMA4hurches l es of 13 and '17 is invited to t and familj | County Telegraph a duly (Ili
I '" quarterly business meeting. Allmembers ther-in-law i' necessary tu trrct, furnish and ''ifll'd newspaper' published inj f
I : ) t. I. and sister. :Mr.and J .FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I
f i i I speaker.- this. Unday' morning. attend. If you need; ranspor-:, please' try to- "attend.' Mrs-, Waverly Webber, in dapMr.?. J. W. Home pent CHURCH ij' equip a new Bradford County I j Bradford County, Fhn 198'I ida: v.II n.mcneing .- I
I March 28
We had a. 'very good attend- Everyone 1'invited, tq hear tabor call 964-9033{ or 'conW ? Court House [ ,
?.. ; ,II Ia I 1 PersonalsMrs, Jacksonville Sunday.n..rrrrrnrrrr.rr.r? i several days last week iai i The public is invited to attend I no.-\. fiDP roUXTY: O'Mi -
I I O'Quinn of South Florida !Ij H. Walton Grady, .Minister | I OP BRAl'I
.. i Reevesville.. S. C. Her mother. i II iI and be heard such i MISSIOXERS I
.. was, her daughter, I i I I FORD COUXTV VU.Hl
visiting Mrs.\ J. H. McAlhany has i
: returned Week of March question at the next rvgular
I .. HERE ARE THE SMARTEST SHOES IN TOW' :+"Mrs.. ratterover. ,, the week 1 to Reevesnlle from the Sunday Sunday 24-30 School: I meeting of said Board at the ,I I IDA.'By J. C. PREVATT. t,
end 1 .., I
w : HAMPTON hospital, ? following her recent. County Court House in :Starke 1, Chairman
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, I .
We all 'extend our deepest Florida, commencing, at $:3I A T-:S st '( ii to.
i operation and heart
J FOR SPRING AND EASTER Imp thY tQ the A- B. WhUe- I attack. |I H a.m." Junior Choir: practice ,:
I head family m the loss of By Mrs D. E. Hill J, Hpmecommg Sunday ?'ille and Youth Fellowship, 6 un..1 ,7 I;
i i observed at Hampton Baptist, II
their Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. i I
A..AA 4
.' son 'Larry. May God AAAAAAAAAAAAA/ '
Clturph 7, I
on April with Rev.
.. f comfort this dear family in Tuesday Executive Board ;I
/ .Y. In All The New Color/ $ And Styles By Vogue their sorrow. Christian Church Interior "' PaUEst'es\ of Orange Park as meeting 9:30: am. Women cf I

.. '; n, :Mr. and Mrs. Rayihond4 Gets Remodelling Job speaker. Sunday School is at the Church and Family Night'
.. Men\ of Hampton Christian': 10 a,m., morning worship atI
Brown 0 f Worthington ( Supper, 6:30 p.m.
Church have been !at$ work the i 11 with dinner '
.I \? BagsTp'iyiatch In Leather Springs and Mr. and Mrs. last i following. Thursday Senior Choir
.. two'eeks\ rejuvenating ;
Training Union
Fate Brown and 'of Starke i begins at 6:30: practice. 7:30 Each and were supper guests:son of the Joe the interior part of the church !', pm. with'... evening worship at p.m. .
: .. : with work starting Monday 7:30-: I
! r '; Shoe i.> Straw : Dyers Mrs.last Friday night. of this 'week on a new floor. iI i i iI Bradford County Telegraph. j for Summer cqmfort j i
.. B. J. Eggers and Plans for Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
M 1M ; daughter and- Mrs. Elliott of '
.. I Jacksonville were guests last form, re-doing the new the floor front and plat-new CHURCH ,, : AIR CONDITIONING, I

.M. : 99 To 99 ; Thursday of Mrs.: Egger's mother t pews fojthe church. Rev. Hob L. Badgett. Minister, Now Playing
S 1.0 Mrs. T. N. Norman. | I Sunday! School.. I' Engineered to fit Your Needs
r ,J .j'I Carl Clark Is pastor of the i 9:45: a. m i
'Mr. and Mrs. James McRae church.<"' Church Worship, 10:45 ii
I r : a. m Florida Theatre
N" .,,:. JWIfI' of Jacksonville were visiting Personals I Chi Rho 5:30 p. m. Choir i
T his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. i i :
6.Y j. Charles Prevatt son of Mr. : practice. 6:30 pro. CYP. 7 Dm "Whole House Comfort"BROWN'S
yt J. McRae, afternoon.
.. '
j and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt of ; Prayer Mating! 7:30: p.
.. r x. Mr- and Mrs. A. F. Hall of l Hampton, attended Wednesdiy Via!!t Disney ,
-' the Inter- m. ; .
w ,
7r Jacksonville were Saturday, '!
.. national
Hairstyling Conven- \ REFRIGERATION
.... night guests of the T. N. Nor-1 I tion in New York last week. PENTECOSTAL JalesYeroe's ii .

.. ,,' mans. :i He is one of the hair stylists 324 W. Brownlee St. : Afifltfl I.
Mrs. Edward Norman and I CastaOf 226 S. Walnut Street
__ + t in a New York salon. I I Itlt ] 1
4 Mrs. Gordon Jones and daugh- Mr Sunday School 10 a. m,: .
/ Mrs. Frank Phone 969-1121
E \ : 'kA ter visited Mr. and Mrs. Char- of Jacksonville Hardin Morning Worship, 11 a. m.,. M w/yta n, ,,4M wftpownlr.. \
.. were Sunday 1
les Cribbs in Alachua last .
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:.. THE t 'T E Sunday dinner guests of the 3 Great Days ofSavingsr:

DOMINO, :' ; BOQVETI : Edward Normans.Mr. ,
I : : and Mrs." Joe Dyer visited '
their son-in-law and
daughter'.Mr. and Mrs. Mid-I
r.. v dleton __ x
in Fort Myers last SPRING .
... week.. :, \ Y.\ :
.. I f 'Mrs. Willie Andrews of Lake' ,

: ;Butler, was i a Sunday guest of .
,. rM ,. her' parents" s Mr. and Mrs.' EASTER ,1Jl [
Yr Carlton. h j, a. yI o- .d
: Mr. and Mrs- C. C. Crosbyand
I : ', I son were visiting Mrs. "
Arsula Crawford, who is a patient AND. $ .t I
To Match 'TheSeason's: '
Handbags Smartest in St. Luke's Hospitalin .

w Jacksonville, last Thursday I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- ,.
/ mans and children of Gaines

: And Styles We Have '/ 171H ville attended church services <
: last Sunday and were dinner' '
One Just For You At} guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lois )
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It H i From /99! To ::69 ;q", : : Newmans.Church The men are of.very Bayless busy Hiway work- SPECIAL. BOYJL.L! t ,

ing on the new addition to

., the church. The floor will be -, ,. Pint Of N 1 OD.
4ss poured this week." Then the LADIES Y .
: Straw. ,ThenAN'DBAGS' blocks will be laid. We hopeto '- ,
MY 1 have the rooms ready by StrawberriesWITH <
I / Homecoming.The .

I : : A Variety of "Sh oe R ac k now.his Noticed farmers spring that'are crops Mr.real Gaskinshas in. busy' Hands e I SUN GLASSES$5. PURCHASE Gloves

Y t' \ ,W.*C. Ward are,ysettiftg. 1 t .... .. 11 .; Friday Only
: Vtiii Sizes and Styles their tobacco this week.

: 1 Priced From Across From Post Office We were very glad to have :
i Mr. and Mrs. Dickens at .
0". .. church last Sunday. They have'both REG. Reg. $1.00White 1. C

I ; 1 P 99 To 499; Shoes For The Family weeks. seen sick for'several ';I 59c'" '. jc v ; 3 0.+ ;1 Colored&

1M Rev. and Mrs. C. A.
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BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Training Union 6:30: p. m'l ____ ..__ 1 '.vvvV..rrr.v..yn 4 r I', r 'It .. .. .. -< ..
r CHURCH ter of Mrs Leaman Normanof weekend with her husband t -
ni.W" r ,ip. 7:30: p. m. .
( Sunday School.* 19 !.m. Prayer Meeting We9 nes<[a?. ; Miami: is also visiting: the- ,,' who is employed.. .' .. with' ttieSeaboard ,.
O\l"l.j Worship: 11 ..m,. 1:39.P.' in.1e.' i iI RAlf9RP. LAWTEYBlancbard\ Carters. : Railroad in Miami. ,1 S ,.
.. ': ',- Mrs. Agnes Basford and Harold Wilt of Albany/N,.
I :1 i. __._ _,_ _..__, 81 EI11a Mrs.' Evelyn Rivers of Jack- Y. a former' resident, is her, I II
| sonville, and Mrs. Lois Car- looking after his interests for i Ii
Retie Pjpps brpijght! a WOnI' 4 ... at 0 C I
ifi : ter and ,grandaughter Gayle a few days.
drful message 1 last, Sunday. GUI : Shufcrd, pf Lawtey were dinner i it
.Scouting Mrs :Moore spent .
Fred a.
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were,glad tp >$ws lift and Mrs. ,
guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack, Brassell , few days last week with hen,
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: Mrs. O. \J. Burns;).$ of Largo_ Y
$ ,
Jim Conner in Raiford Friday ,
; Coach Ed Magee Mr. father, Rev E. D. Boyer in II
wits us in "ser.vjry.\ and Mrs. John ,C_ Tye. and;i Tampa. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Alai J' 1 :
I Djpbs.. Mrs. Betty Ellis accompanied!:i Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King i
who had recently his
.s I at out. 20 GUI Scouts on an 1| ai} d family! of Keystone I j
: parents. 'Mr. nd Mrs.Ode ; overnight outing at Kingsley Heights spent the weekendwith CHURCH OF GOD .+

J R home Dobbs. have returned to- their Lake last weekend. They liked j Mr. and Mrs. F. S: !| 422 X. St. CUir St. T ....
or gating fans In Pennsylvania when to the lake and did various Campbell.Mr. I
/ they were called home againdue'to : and Mrs. Louie L. Sunday School. 10 ajn. i it
s "the death of'a nephew, !',I ; until tired and hun- Wainwright and family, of Morning Worship.... 11 a. m :: .
gry. they enjoyed a pic- 1
Larry Whit head. nic supper. I Tallahassee were weekend Evening Service, 7:30: p.mY- : -- z

Mrs.: Bessie Sap" and Mrs. j i After supper, the girls guests of'Mr.. and 'Mrs.. H. C, PE each Wednesday 7:30 pi::.
gathered -I I
SOUTHERN Bell McCormack spent the !,j around a. camp f ire';' Wainwright, and, Mr. and Mrs. m. Praye?; :Meeting, Friday, I
.. weekend, relatives I
with, injJacksonville. : and told ghost stories until j, T. L. Wainwright. (II 7:30 p'm. L. S. Williams, i

1 t; : they were uearly,afraid to go I Mr. and.Mrs. Marvin War- pastor. .i
'son to I sleep.. This didn't bother : ren and Lynn of Jacksonville, !
kids and: visited
: themfor ,long however i and Mrs. V.. H. Appleby of 1 1EVERVONE"
I ; Mr.; 'and, Mrs. J. L. Flemingiri Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at;
412 E. CALL STREET Church Activities: |Jacksonville Beach spent Sunday -., .
t 'Bradford
the Tele-
I4ye. Oak! and Mr. and County
I ; i Maundy Thursday will be, ,with Mr. and Mrs. J. E-
authorized dealer for : Mrs.: W. P. Fleming, in LakeCity : j garph.
is nOw your Tuesday. Fleming left ;, observed by a Candlelight Service -r Warren. j jI '
with .Communion at 7:30: I Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bald- r
EVINRUDEOUTBOARD ;, Wednesday Ga. for Statesljoro' i'i p.m. Thursday, April 11. in win of Starke. and Mrs. V. R. Now Playing SAVES AT CARPSDay
: the Methodist Church. Everyone Reddish were visiting Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore':t' welcome in, day out quality 1 is!
Mrs. Roy Reddish ,hi Websteron
MOTORSCall and children visited Silver' The pageant Florida Theatre high prices low! t
Challenge of the weekend. Mrs. Reddish
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Call onus and see Springs last Thursday. 1 1I I I the Cross," presented by members -|! remained for a longer visit. !
to have Mrs- Alice Cason, Mrs. Joe I 1 r 1
We/ are proud today's topped oraana I of. the WSCS at the Methodist -1I j :Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Sapp
Evinrude ; Norman and Mrs. Drew Sweat I alQ}1 a S This Easter You Can Look Lovely
selected to represent r,. mot ors.Time paymentsavailable. i ir j i I Church'Sunday, night ];, and daughter of Jacksonville .
were Jacksonville this
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:, -the first name in h. .Get week. While there, Mrs. Cason::;'; was very inspiring. : were Sunday: visitors of Mr. Jutes Venn's For So Much Less :Tl qri YOU Think!
outboard motors. /. !"'\. our trade-in! Grace Methodist Schedule: and Mrs. A. C. Pearce.
l. ,r. .I,::. 'I'' offer now. ; visited Hubert Johnson.her daughter, Mrs. Church School 9:45 a. m. i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reid and = ,. See Our .Superb Collection::, l of New

f }< .1t. ,rf : Morning Worship, 11 a.m. sons of Jacksonville ] R RhqaMiir !
were vis n
... t'...- ,: Bud Faulkner and sister, I IIi ,: Evening Service 7:30: pm. M- iting Mrs.. Effie Miner Sunday' ...... .............-- aI
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'f.:."'"' '. were Sunday guests of Mrs. ;i 1! YF each, Wednesday, 8 p.m. i,! Mrs.!: E. L.. Massey spent last Ar Easter Dresses
t' ; ," 'I I'i I First Baptist. : Sunday;L "1 1I
Lydia and their ,
Johns sister I 1
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." '.I> laI :!\ i I'Bloodsworth Mr. and had weekend Warren ship 7 p.m., 11 Evening am. Training Service Union, 8 p., NASWORTH.Y'S S R S H3 .

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I guests their children, Mr.and ., I
Wrt :Mrs. Larry Williams of Gain- : meets :Monday, Apr. 8, 1 \ a 6.99
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sti? esville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- I 1 1 y
PTA Notice
gar Beasley and son of Lake I t
f t Butler Mr. and} Mrs.. Wayne i The Lawtey Junior High Everything flattering, feminine and exciting
i PTA will meet at the school
COME SEE OURWelcraft Sunday Bloodsworth with and them.son spent l cafeteria Tuesday; Apr 9.! It aIt' I s Glamorous and, glowing colors! light

Boats and Large Stock pf Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Parrot: I'' is be hoped there. that all parents will I I A E and lovely' fabrics

Fishing Equipment at Low Prices were weekend' guests of her i PersonalsFriends ..S 5' t ,, Petite sizes 5 to 11; Juniors 7 to 15;
parents, Mr. and Billy rPJr .
j/ Findley.Mr. I are happy to know IALf. I. yy .._**s Women's 10 to 20 and Hall-Sizes 14'/2'
I that young David Eunice son
and Mrs. Ode Dobbs I to 241':

SPEL4J 3 DAYS ONLY! and Mr. and Mrs.: Marjell E. of is at Mr.home and and Mrs.much J. S.improv-Eunice, BIG DAYS APR. 4,5-6 :

I' Dobbs and children visited I f! ed after several weeks of .' 4t1 I .. f/ .
visited Mrs. Emaline Dockeryin
, THEIRS.. FRI., SAT. Green Cove Springs Mon- i, treatment in Hope Haven BEST QUALITY. BEST PRICE .; ,
day night. Hospital. f

,Reg. 32.45 ti 9S Mr. and Mcs.: Harold Crawford Mrs. Byron Register, and I .

of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. j Mrs. Bowie. of Dinsmore, mo- 7PC. LIVING ROOM QRQUP i
ther and sister of Mrs. Leslie .
Gerald Griffis and children
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Z hco 33 Reel 9 of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. James r Phillips;>> visited her in Brad- .. S. S

Green and children, Mrs- ford County Hospital last Sun- Sofa With Matching\ C }air
i.\TCiiiNG\ U day. We are pleased to learn ASTER HATS
ROD AND O. J. Green and son of Jacksonville LY
LINEONLYSee. and Mrs. Mary'Free that Mrs. Phillips who has 2 Step Tables, 1 Coffee
, been in the hospital for several : $$1.1.1
: man enjoyed a fish fry at 1 995
Dowling Lake last Saturday.Mr. days is improving and expectsto Table, 2 Lamps Look your prettiest in onexciting 'k' ... ,
come home in a few days. new tyle 'J
and Mrs. 'L. B. Wade $
Our DAILY : 9 9
SPECIAL PostedIn had as weekend guests their i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrof -CHOICE OF COLORS- choose one heaped with "v .

Our Window Each Day children, 'Mr. and Mrs. Har- Amamda Ohio and Mr. spring flowers or a flat. l,,; ,
I : and Mrs. W. C. Tomlinson of ; r! t
tering tailored shape
vey Lenox and daughter of S--PC. BED ROOM GROUPBook
Special Buys This Weekend I Jacksonville,' and Mr. andMrs. I Ravena Ohio were' Tuesday Naive o.tremendous selection I j
i I and Wednesday visitors of to 3.99
of ot-fl grand 'low price.
Walter Withey High 4" :5
. On Westinghouse AppliancesLARGE Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bumgar- Case-Bed or. Poster" : Bed "
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Mrs. Mary Freeman lad as ONLY
AND SMALL Fridayand Saturday guests ner.Jimmie Waters, son of Mr Double Dresser, Shdo\sr -

WE ARE AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE her daughter, Mrs. O. J. and Mrs. James Waters, is i e1 4 '. f. S $SHORT SLEEVE

AGENCY FOR WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCESWe Green,, and little-son, and her serving six months with the:' Framed 5-Drawer Chest. 1 7'- >
U i grandson. James 'Green, and Army Reserve at Fort Jack- I

Handle Only Quality Merchandise ; his family! of Jacksonville.Mr. son, S. C. j -CHOICE OF COLORS- Dress ShirtsWash

, I and Mrs. L. B. Wads Mrs. Ruth Camp of Cotton-
AT LQW PRICES I : 1: and Mr.. and Mrs. Perrie Lee wood. Ala. is visiting her son- : 9 x 12 POLE, LAMP$

, Hart Sr. and family attended in-law and daughter, Mr. and Plastic Coated -...: 'n wear broadcloth or
CURTIS white on white with'uQular col.
MATHIS i the wres lillg. tches in Jacksonville Mrs. Eugene Pearson. I h 4 lars oxford troth with Button \ 9 9
: MOTOROLAADMIRAL I Thursday night, Jack Wainwright and Jack,1 RUGS $379 3.79 down collar. Full cut ,.010toi
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Jr. of Waycross, Ga. were """ ; /$. Sizes 14'/ to 17.
e II visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. .. t ...
gave a birthday dinner last ., 65%.Dacron, 3Sr. Cotton
Wainwright during the week- S AND
PWNED & OPERATED by LYNN{ HAMILTON. I in-law Sunday.:. Gerald'Griffis.honoring their son- end.Mr. Your Money;, $!($ Buy MoreAt ; \\Vath 'n Wear' Shirr r299 2.9 yo

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'- and Mrs.. Lester Crews i .:,, / ** Press' ..
--- of Baldwin were recent visi- Our Store.! x .

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Bill Wilson and babyof Pint' Strawberries

PINT OFSTRAWBERRIES Miami are visiting her un- 'RI'( It 'WITH EACH,, ,$5 (QR310ItE
cle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. : }
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Owen sister, Mrs. Sarah Lawrence, Oak just off U.S. HighwayNo. with orange and you getpeach. I reds and yellows are nice in vices at First Methodist Wednesday-Deacons meeting
Vaughan I Detroit Mich. 90. on Thursday April 11. j I a sunless room; and cool ones, Church Monday through Fri- 7:30: p.m.
Final The Rosary was recited at Subjects to be discussed will REMEMBER THESE COL- : blues and greens can lend a day, 12 noon. Study Course ThursdaySpec1al Maundy
RitesWednesday Jones Memorial Chapel at include cone collection and e Home ORS WHEN CHOOSING : restful charm to a sunny for church workers, 7 p.m. Thursday Service with a presentation -
8:30 pan. Tuesday, and the nursery production, forest ( COLOR FOR YOUR ROOM. room. [7] Wood is also a color TuesdayCircle 2 meets of a cantata, "Olivetto
Funeral Mass was held at :3 genetics mechanical tree I [1]. In planning a well decorated don't forget it when with Mrs. H. W. Grady 10 a. Calvary," br the combined

i am. Wednesday in"st. Ed- planting and hand planting,I DemonstrationNotes I room be sure to include planning your scheme. [8] Un- m. Circle 3 meets with Mrs.C. choirs. 7:30 p.m.
Oven Vaughan 75. 0 f ward's Church with Father fire control, forest insect detection -! \ I something DARK; something equal areas of color are more I T. McManus, 10 a.m. Cir- i.
and control, service I j I LIGHT; something DULL; interesting.: Your major color Esterbrook Cartridge and
Starke. died In a local hospital Connie Dougherty officiating. I cle 1 meets at 8 p.m., placeto
Sunday afternoon after a Interment was in Crosby Lake forestry control of undesir-i' I something BRIGHT. [21 Any should cover about two thirdsof II I I be announced. Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -
short illness. Cemetery under direction of able hardwoods, markets and 1 color appears MUCH BRIGH- the room area. [9] One $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.
Born In Pontiac, Mich on DeWitt C. Jones Funeral marketing of creosoted wood By Dorothy Ross TER when used in a large a- bold pattern is usually enough I. .
products, pulpwood production Home Demonstration rea. Get a big swatch of the in a room. Don't ruin a color!
Dec.; 20, 1887 he was the son Home. Graveside rites were Agent ; That's Our Business"If
of the late Fred and Mary conducted by the Starke Elks I. and paper manufacturing, color you plan to use. [3] Col- scheme with several designs. G L A S S
WcManus Vaughan. Before sawmilling, seasoning of lum- or is affected by its neigh- It's Glass We Have It"
his' retirement Mr. Vaughan Lodge. ber, pole production and classification bors. Keep this in mind when FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CALL WRITE or VISIT
Vas in the ,motel business in Forest cross tie produc- Azalea Petal Blight are side by side on the color you are choosing accessories I CHURCH I FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Raleigh N. C. He moved toStarke. Management tion, naval stores, and out- Petal Blight is one of the wheel as yellow green, green and other room accents. [4] II I r

) with his wife in 1950. DemonstrationSet door recreation.Top serious fungus troubles of A- and blue green. Warm colors-red, yellow, or- II. Walton Grady, Minister !iI GLASS CO. '
leaders in the industrywill zaleas. When the disease is CONTRASTINGthis color angeseem to bring an object I I
Of- B.P.O.E.Vaughan Lodge was No.a member 1802 of For April 11 be on hand in additionto present, the blossoms look as scheme uses two colors closer and make the Week of April 7-13: |I (NOT INC.)

Starke, and was Exalt representatives from the if they had been drenched which are directly opposite room seem smaller. Cool colors Palm Sunday Sunday;i "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.'
a past
ed Ruler. He was also a member ..1 Plans are being made for a United States Forest Service, with boiling water. It is ser- each other on the color wheel recede make a room School, 9:45: a.m. Morning, We Design Modern Store Fronts
I big woods demonstration featuring the Florida Forest Service and ious in cool foggy weather. -like red and green. look larger. [5] Closely relat- Worship 11 am. Junior Choir.
Knights of Columbus,
and a communicant of St. Ed: forest management and Vocational Agriculture Divi- The carry-over stage is foundon VALUE is the lightness or ed colors, as yellow and yellow practice 5 p.m. Youth Fellow-;, Just Mail Us A Pattern For
ward's Catholic Church. \ wood utilization and bringing sion, State Department of Ed- the dried-up flowers. If a darkness of a color. Mix black green, conceal; contrast- ship 6 pjn. Evening Worship,I Table Tops
together some of the top for- ucation. good sanitation program is with orange and you get ing colors, as red and green 7:30 p.m. ; 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
Surviving his wife,
are I
Blanche Vaughan of Starke;' estry leaders in the South- Agricultural agencies of Su- followed loss of flowers can brown or beige. Mix white I emphasize. [61] Warm colors, MondayHoly Week ser
be reduced. Wait until all the I
east. The program will be held
wannee County are cooperating -
one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy
the J. W. Blume woodlands blooms have dropped, then :
Green, Raleigh, N. C.; and a L on with the Seaboard AirLine :1
located 7.4 miles west of Live Railroad in staging the remove all flowers and mulch
and burn them. New mulch I
demonstration. should be put under the I i

FARR'S FURNITURE BHS Beta Club plants.Petal blight may be con I WORTH'S Dept t Store

I Holds Initiation trolled next year by spraying
every week with Zineb while
For New MembersNew
the flowers are opening. If
the weather is sunny, spray
members were initiated every 10 days, but if it is fog-
I into the Beta Club high gy and cloudy spray every I!i FREE SALE STARTS
school honor society, last week week.
One PintStrawberries April 4th
after a kangaroo court "trial"held Strawberry Dessert Contest
in the high school audi Don't forget the Strawberry -I n flA1 8:30 A. M.\

I torium. Dessert Contest Saturday i WITH EACH 1 .Y \J W 17 WORTH'S Leads
During the week of initia- : afternoon at 3 o'clock in the '
NEW LIVING ROOM SUITE i I t ion, prospective members vacant lot across from The I $5 PurchaseFriday Or More o With The Fabulous Way ,11
I were given demerits for various i Telegraph in Starke. Prizes
I I "offenses" and each demerit : are $15, $10, and $5. The II Only VALUES
: required a ten-minute recipe does not need to be original Limit w Shop and Save

i I work period for an assigned but the person entering 1! One Per Customer 3 BIG DAYS THURS., FRL, SAT. MORE WORTH'S
teacher. : the food must have prepared !
I The new initiates are: it. The prizes sound great,I

Juniors: David Blaisdell, don't they. I '
I Mary Bollinger, Hazel Cog- Here is a recipe to excite i I 'I

I dill, Sharon Deale, Eugenia your appetite. I ABSOLUTELY

Ekard, Tom Gardner, Elaine Strawberry Pie ... a ,y
Gilhooly, Juanita Griffis, Re-;: Fill a flaky already baked I
8-inch pie crust or tart shells :
ba Hall Inger Hansen Harley
I 4vas
I with large ripe strawberries. I II
I Hartley, Marcia Haynes Rich-
STUDIO COUCH : I I Make a sauce from 1 cup FUI
ard Hobbs. Ernest Jenkins. i
$istsoo : Suzanne Judd Jerome Kelly, small berries by crushing, I
AND CHAIR simmering with one-half cup I !
I Barbara McKinney,Mike Mar-
I Strickland, Donald sugar, and straining through ;
cua Andy "
cheese cloth. You'll need about EASTER
Diane I
Thompson John Wager,
USED STUDIO COUCHES I Wynn, Nancy Zacek, and Vicki 1 cup of sweetened juice.
Thicken this with one and BUNNIES
i Frees. I
one-half tablespoons corn- .i AND
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF BUYING A COUCH I Sophomores: Jane Adams starch. Cook until sauce is I

-CHECK OUR LARGE SELECTION Mickey Dansby, Becky Din-I clear. Add a little butter to :
kins. Frank Gomez Phyllis I t:
Haddock Linda Hager, Mark give a glazed I'I 1 1i 1l
. PRICED to the sauce. Pour the sauce
: TO Hamilton, Janet Hardy, William I
$1250 $$4000Larqe : over the large berries in the ,
I FROM I Harrell Linda Kay HolI pie crust. The whole berries'I
I ton, Judy McRae Phyllis
;i stand out like islands in a
Maria Moore Kathy
sea of brilliant red. '
Myrick Eddie Noegel, Elaine I In this delicious fresh strawberry :
Selection Of 1 Y
Vicki Struth, Dee ,
Strickland f.
pie, the large berries'are ; i
I i Walters. Jeff Warren. Mike ',\.. .i1), > t.
uncooked so there'is plen- \:,.. -.t... tt : '
: Sistrunk. Sue Ballard and ty of vitamin C. Chill until "' .;.:-< !. I 4. f .
CHESTS OF DRAWERS Glenda Wade. serving time, then frost the Iii' ;'. :: t: !
Beta Club officers this year tt'i 't ,.
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with cream.
pie whipped > I .
j I are: Chuck Moore, president; Put Color In Your Room :ry' .' '. i 4 : I

Jimmy Smith vice president; The past month we learned ...... i Register Nowat
GAS AND ELECTRIC I II I Joan Crawley, recording secretary about color in the Home Demonstration .: :! ,""

i, ; Dee Dee Hardenbergh, Clubs how to mix : 9 ': .
corresponding secretary: and colors and how to make color i iI .t .
I Harriet Goodman, treasurer. schemes. Perhaps you can use I .q. ,FOR )
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this information too. a s.
: i BETHEL BAPTIST CHUKCfl I 36 Inch Plush
Have you really stopped to 1
Sunday School 10.. m-; look and listen to the color in I

Are Overloaded With All Kinds Of Ranges, Apt. j Morning Worship 11 a. m. your room? YELLOW is cheer- ,I Easter BunniesSee
Size To Full Size-And We Have The Lowest PricesIn 7:40: p.m. tev. R. T. Wil- ful?, RED is loud BLUE and
restful.Dontbe I The BunniesIn
GREEN are more
Town So Make Your Dollars Go FARRIF Evening Worship 7:00: pjn. .a.
I Prayer meeting Wednesday afraid of color-use it. I I' The Window
7:30: p.m.- Rev. R. T. Will MONOCHROMATIC in, t
YOU COME ONCE-YOU'LL COME OFTEN- l which tints shades and x "Win

BARGAINS IN GOOD FURNITURE-Come out I OF PROCIIECY used such as, gold, pumpkin': Rabbitat Ii;

this weekend Brooker, Fla. and amber. j i WHITE
RELATED- related color 6
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Sunday School. 10 a. m. scheme combines colors that I $1'I
BARGAIN Center i Morning Worship, 11 a.m. V. I II I SHIRTSg y WORTH'S"Drawing
L. B. Young People's Service. 1I
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;,: 7 pjn. Evangelistic Service, 8pm I I In perfect taste and harmony with c $| |
Wednesday Prayer Meet-
V/2 1Fan's South of Starke on Highway 301 I I your Easter suit a fine '"
I tag, 7:30: pjn-K. J. Robinson I WILLIAMSJEWELRY "
I white shirt, chosen here!
Sr., pastor. April 13th :
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with side-closure panCools effectively and quietly lt11MWbWtiA i
h-that slide out to fit standard to give yon undisturbed rest all ; : i Seamless I IS
doufcle-sash windows.You cu nightlong.S'pcciSdBjifcsigocdfor Sizes 4 to 14 II
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kstafft tKteatfy;eG Ulr Sleep it comfort this night 95 bS BRIEFS [
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Phillips I Allen I J 1'A1 -F __ k; : ji THURSDAY: 9 AM 9 PM 5 I!

: Store Managers Pleased With ,__ r- :_r ii ---- -c/ FRIDAY: 9 AM 9 PM 0 OD g'I 0 t!

Facilities At SATURDAY: 9 AM 9 PM
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opening of the spaciousnew aisles between displays and ..
Winn-Dixie food stole scientifically designed lighting *
here this week marked a all contribute to make shop-
milestone for Ernest Phillips ping an enjoyable experience.A i\ t tj
manager of the Starke store fully mechandized pro- ,
. and Norman Allen market duce department presents top' / ';r'V
manager who have a combined quality fresh fruits and veg- 'I .
total of 29 years' of service etables, thoroughly washed LL J -
with the Winn-Dixie organi- and cleaned, and all pre-wrap-I
zation. ped to insure a minimum of
Phillips has been with handling and a maximum of II ,
Winn-Dixie for 17 years and cleanliness. I k'
has spent this entire time A greatly enlarged frozen ,
j with the Starke store. Allen foods department and a self-
has been with the organiza- service meat department with :
tion for 15 years with the 60 feet of meat display are 't.
I. past 12 years In Starke. important features of the gt
The story of Winn-Dixie in new store. Also expanded is
Btarke has been one of con- the canned goods area en-
stant growth which has necessitated abling the store to carry
moving three times many new items not offered I
to keep up with expansion. in the former location. The i I
The first store established in housewares department baa
1942 was located in the heartof also been tripled in size and .. -.."..
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a move made into ;: --.i''f", .
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building on W. Madison Street, facilities for general oper- 4, """ .,. '- ,, ,, -}:<:."'<,_-i- !>,.
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and this too. soon became in- ation of the new store whichdo
adequate.The not meet the eye of patrons :' _. -.. 'tLp
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latest move is into the in the shopping area. A "-ro; "':- '--:;' -iir
handsome new building on for the "., "-% ""'- :' -;:::;--''' ,,.
spacious cutting room -nf---- '
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a block west of meat department enlarged '" """ : """" =,=: ""'" "--.r.
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are paved parking spaces to system, and a large built-in -"" .!1i Eii"-'iii"' ,, ""'ii'- --o.i,.,.:- .--"--_! ":c--,. "'ii''''' ., :.
accommodate 177 cars in addition incinerator for burning all ..' '
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I loading areas. The new build- are among the new features M .. 4,. (.If .... "
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ing has a total of 16,000 that facilitate an efficient op ( --
square feet in the shoppingarea eration. ,.
as compared to the for- I II I The new store has a pay .. .
mer location which had 10000. telephone booth for the convenience -I A. .xT '

lips With says Justifiable"Our pride new Phil-store continuous.of music its customers by the, Au-and I : ... 0. A ) \{
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represents the very latest in daplex Corporation.will be offered I
Wlnn design." Dixie and equipment knows how that tbu1ld. was in In the the former new 'store locatidnr, as:Jt ,I .., '\U"1.11..-;. ; +: (; ,
The store has two additional -;- 'J.i
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Customers will enter the .. ',\. $".
check-out counters 'l ; r t' 4

store swing through open"magic automatically doors"that' and Phillips says 'that .five I II ..". .:"z c.'}..tx\.4.. ; ,,,<'.,.., ae.a .,,

at the approach of a per- I new employees have been added .;;:'3'>:r :..} 4 iI '; r .
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Starke and surrounding estimate wins. Adults only please. No purchase .
: required. Winners will be notified.
, area are proud too of

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DETERGENT. '. both for COFFEE rN"DDOYN u-rs'
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Monday, Night ; '
The' Brooker Garden Club 1W I I I \ ( \ \ ij

PH will meet Monday: night, April L
ff *
i tii.. ity 8, at.Center.8 pjn. In There the Commun will'be IALI. Il k \ \.\

"Crazy Hat Contest" at'this I
meeting. AU members are urged M
I to attend arid also'anyone CHEESE ::1

t interested in becoming, -a I r I 4 > COTTAGE I
.r member.' I '!e! u- .
... Lingerie Shower for
1\Ui; 'Sowell .
Miss Sandra Sowell. bride- c
Ij elect of Ray Thomas,of High r. ;; LB 9 (
Springs, was honored with a CUP ?
lingerie _
shower at the homeof I
Miss Sue McDavid
Monday ,
night, March 25. .,, ,.. ",.... ,: 'K"- ,,,'." ', .o'" i i.r
Spring flower arrangements '. D So 5 m m 'f_..... ..',%."""-], H &...:$:.' L\.A" '\ "'., ''..,',',"' ,... ..- '"'iNi _.. "" \
were used at > l.
points of inter- I
'I, est throughout the home. Quantity Rights Reserved- Prices Good Thru i nprw '/.' I
The serving table was overlaid No other .
", with a lace cloth and was LESS SALT x ,Pri "
centered with an arrange BETTER TASTING Beef 1
,. menu of pink 'spring flqwesr, -' t
flanked by pink candles. The ;
punch bowl was'entwined with r' could I
.- fern; with a mold of 'spring : BACDN'e

fIowers'11;. ating on top' of thepunch. fcr \ w A be so
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guests 'iol'ft.. '''','' !..\ :,, L
who attended from Alachna. ";;":, '
Brook* and'High' Springs."sf 1. t."ti..:j''!fe /"*. ,:}". :''*1 I J"4-:1O.,... ,:V',...,,"," ..,#' ,'
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.. were Miss Sue McDavid, Mrs ,;
Terry M David. and Mrs. ,
Kenny 'Green. ,,,\,41r"{ Jb '!. m t P' .. '
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honoree was a white negligee

, set Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham' 10014 1tirAiT .,
I Jr., Patty and Billy, and Mr.
and Mrs. Loyd Wood, ,were 'Ii
4 weekend guests of Mr and 'b ,'MEKrr 'iy f. r
, Mrs. R. A. Guest in Nashville

lj da.' Miss Sue McDavid, Miss 1 EXTRA STAMPS ';

1: Shirley Green and A-3c Gene c
j i 'Edwards were guests of A-2c WITH PURCHASE OF L f'I
i end Mrs. Creig Wood and son
Jeff, in Albany, Ga. Tuesday '' POLYETHYLENEBOWL I I
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Wednesday of last week. 1i
U: ., Miss! McDavid, also visited "
Bobby Parrish while/ there.' i.
: Mrs -LV L- Dyal was In BATHROOM P4SEMBLE ::
I I'.T Gainesville' on business Friday ,- e-F
,' afternoon.' < ; *
); Mr! and Mrs; Harry Edwards r Aa BRUSH AND HOLDER ""

and: daughter of Jacksonville 40-QUART CLOTHES HAMPER j
life! mother, MrS,: Lottie Ed- v <

f, <" wards.B.'Couey and grandson- Roy o t 4 NONLY Round LB. 88

!. Ricket, of High Springs visit- I / ,
ed Mrs. Doshia Prescott re- t ',, ; I
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MA'; and Mrs. K M.' Vlckf = # tt ; al; W-D BRAND. TENDER. CLOSE TRIMMED STEAKWD
f cry and children of Gainesville -
J ,-'and Fred Vickery ofSt.* ;li ctttL;
Petersburg Saturdaydinner
were 88I ? I.
guest of'Mir and Mb. Sirloin LB.
Edwards and family.. ,1 .
Mr: and Mrs. Charles Perry NO -

p. and daughter of Gaines- COUPONNEEDED f AND YOU GET 100 STEAK
ville were weekend guests of EXTRA:; TOO. j jY I
'" her parents, Mr. and Mrs.,M. 88
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Miss Bettye Fuqua left Friday Y Y"' ,,N 'B one LB.
morning by jet to Lake i e _
Jackson Texas where she will
visit her parents, Mrf *and I TRIMMED CHUCK
A-3c Ernest r E-: Edwards 4-PIE F
son of Mr.: and Mrs. Ernest MEAT PIES w r a PKG. 69c
., Edwards left Tuesday for Mc- I iSte.49i

.. Quire AFB, N. J. From 'there* .. I
n' he will be'flown to Evreux<- MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT

be FB assigned in France for, the where'next, he thr'will FOR $ W-D BRAND. I I
years. Airman Edwards has?' FRUIT PIES s a w.i a r 3 $1 I

recently graduated from the
USAF 'Technical Training PA&KEN LIMEADE OR KENDALL u.j
Course for Jet Mechanics at I
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B) Ilenrey Sharpe
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DIXIE 1 Florida Agricultural Service Extension

Lawn diseases are apt to
appear at this time of year.
FRESH PORK One to look out for is dol-

t DINNER ROLLS 1 larspot. As implied, the fungus
kills grass in patches the size
NECK BONES C of a silver dollar. At first the

I .{ro' .. pj spots of turf wilt and per-
haps turn dark before bleaching -
OF 12Limit /o out to a straw blond.
.,j Check for dollarspots just
x 6 with food rt.( PORK TAILS after sunrise. With the aid of
order. the low angle glint of 'ole Sol.

/ 1 _---,,'" ''I ,, ';"' ..'J") "'I'I"..'.-_,......'-. -. '_.>\If". ..."_.__....':u"I.=:;i!!!; 3j.!!<\ u._....,.." : '--\ ia ,"""?C"'{d',7.."...".._"' "" '<> 'v.- '< "_..--.d.' n._ OT<. """.-.v!.(.. "'.__.-.v.."',.. I"t..""'".w.",,"" lT<}''.''''.iIIIrA ''?;'':'"'= !.;, 1t"'iw."'' _.'$<+"J I "''!;, ....,""""'- "'if i;:;"."'" ;::: _iliQ ,.' c:w>,.t"' :. .< -.kJ..;.. blades of grass. The mold
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p To cure a mild case of dol-
larspot, give the grass a gen-
... erous shot of nitrate of soda.
;tj :But we sure of the ailment
1 because nitrogen adds to the
4 i. misery of some diseases. For
A safer control, University of
; ,. I Florida turf men say use a
.kfrj. lawn fungicide containing

r r1 cadmium.If the grass becomes dis-
11 colered with areas larger than-
Div ter. I dollarspot but no leafspottypelesions
.R .s : ;, are present, the disease -
could be either fairy
A pc.' f a ring, cottony blight, or brown

a aa j e patch.Mushrooms growing in the

tj ., diseased area is a good sign
I that trouble is fairy ring. Thisis
a difficult disease to con-
ltf i j FLORIDA GOLDEN BANTAM < trol. Often it's simpler to let
the disease run its course.
\ ,
: -: Organic mercury fungicides
injected into the soil two or
pb CORN /i Fresh EGGS
Fancy : three times in the affected
areas may stop the disease.
M' 1 Often the cure causes as much
( .': I'When Winn-Dixie corn is / J : damage as the disease.
picked its immediately sub :I Cottony blight shows up in
t merged in refrigerated ice I streaks in the lawn. The blades -

Ct : water right in the field. '/ 1eJ the are grass matter rapidly together dies in,spots.In and.

I< Keeping corn cool keeps it .
t/ I the early stage the grassis
!' sweet. Winn-Dixie literally ;;.. I blackened and has a greasy
Tii'1 = DOZEN At times the diseased -
: LB. showers the corn with ice appearance.
rushes to your store. EAR r. spots have a "cottony"look
.1'and' I due to a fungus growth.
1i ;., the There is no sudden cure, but
Superbrond Eggs are very highest quality Eggs.
I Red Bliss Potatoes'' 5 39 t organic mercury fungicidesare
LB: BAG J Produced by the finest FLORIDA growers and refrigerated -
m, fj '.i'i from the producer to you. LtJ.I most effective. Do not

SUNNYLAND GEORGIA or FLORIDA, GRADE ii, I Large Florida Celery 2 STALKS 29 l Blue Bonnet Oleo ILb 27 water is or active.mow when the disease -

1 "A" WHOLE LIMIT\ : 3 WITH FOOD ORDER ; t; Brown patch shows up as

.... >(,.-' .''.," .,'." -. .., ... ",. .... ,.,' If .- 1 "' ".. .. .*.:.., ) _. farily large circular areas that
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=';"oI.i1i. .:l" .:1'u;(IfB' '' <{'r.i oo "_ '" .. ....:_. r:::__R m contain no mushrooms and
i .: '. ..;. -, are without the matting of
""" 111111 ..
-- _. \ leaves. The disease usually
I SMOKED :" shows up during humid weak
..j. ther. A number of chemicalsare
Slab Bacon lb. 39c : '
recommended for brown
_,., patch. These include PCNB.
FRESH ,3, MAXWELL thiram cyclohexamide, and
t' "
: : Hi I3 mercury. compounds.It's .
Pork Liver lb. 19c i1 easy to identify rust
[ ,,.,. .>.....-r ; Look for small yellow to orange -
'FRESH BOSTON BUTTS .HOUSE .. fi or reddish-brown postul-
; es on the leaves. Heavily infested -
Roast -' lb. 39c d. ,. lawns have an unthrifty
tork - .
AI appearance. To stop this

". .. .' f ,.. :rc aM" t, : disease try zineb sulfur, or
O BRISKET -.......... -- cyclohexamide in combinationwith
.. .,. .. (aL Ar thiram.
SKBeef S '. -Ib. 19c .
.. ,-- 4 I Slime mold is technically
'" A'- not a disease, but host home-
ECO 3 r:RAND "- :-- f COFFEE owners who see it for the

SliMn...... --;; -:::: 3 IDS. $1 .!, ,: SWIFTS. PREMIUM BONELESS t t .':' first Symptoms, time include swear a otherwise.gray to
soot-like mold
r .. black growthoff
GRAD 'f FROZEN CHICKEN the Mowing will
.'W QUICK r grass.
"anned HAM / eliminate the slime from the
Backs fveckr- lb. lOc grass.
,j- C Turfgrass fungicides<< may

COPELAND I PORK .:i iI purchased from garden supply
'ill I-LB. : : stores under various trade
Sausage Mb. bag 39c i names. These trade-named
I BAGH ; materials may contain one or
: more of the fungicides listed

COPELAND ALL SEAT LB 298CAN as cures, so be sure to follow
j the manufacturer's recom-

Wieners \ Mb. pkg. 49c : Limit: 1 With $5 Food Order mendation.For a handy. reference on

\ lawn disease, ask your county

1 .. agent for Agricultural Extension
:: Service Circular 221.
'. ., '' ::-- "Turfgrass Disease Control
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4'1 J diE' M, ;'''' ;Ii' "S"P"'EG: f'AL' ; f... '-Jt. l ..Angus B. Lawson Pastor
fIIIItEThJt I I 'V ; -- =: : ,, ;
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if I'TASTE GOOD AS FRESH PERKED! ing Worship. 11 aJn.. sermon
BLUE OR WHITE ARROW topic "Affectionate Chri>*

Detergent f' Inst. Foigers ::1 Astor Coffee, t' Adult tians Training Youth Meeting Union, lesson 7 p.Jh.:

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-- J: 1-LB.CAN .. f heaven?" Jubileers Quartet
m J. Lfj singing at 7:30 p-m. Dr. M N.
JAR EEEII SAY 21 Ift x Pearson and family an evan-
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SAVE 42* : Easter Sunday morning for
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-l. SAVE lOt Deep South Str'berry : THE RIGHT POINT for
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"A Cheer GIANT 5 80 I ; l Astor 1O.oz. 71 Ii' .. .t, P ; .iI ';!: GRAPH.Fountain Fen. TEL&I I

Limit one with $5.00 or more Y/- 50TICE Of LEGISLATION i
foodorder .' .
with $5.00 \
Limit ;
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...:. ,' "...::''. so : intention to apply to the lit. I.
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I -:: department of the City of f
I ROE MULLET- Stark, In' Bradford County. {
Florida to make arrest beyond i
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SO Free ##"Green StampsWITH : 59 Free #J#:: Green Stamps .*.>\V petted>rdttnc violators of the cf City the laws commit and I
50 Free #tf Green Stamps WITH THIS COUPON_AMO.PURCHASE OF f ted within the corporate limit.,
THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF and to Test jurisdiction in the
ONC: Pi Ui. CKACKIM: GOOD 116 60 .... LB.
FOUR NO. 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID Family Gr. Sandwiches Health! & Beaaly Aids! Ioch.i i.$ so arrested.CITY OP STARKE

Lima :
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COOO TMNU APRIL 7TM .. '; By: Merrill Edwards.
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Home Repair I cil, has cited several examples -| by hook qr crook, sell it to a I Ij [I wannee River country. 'I Farmers Reminded caela in "Carmen. ''EJUii.ll TO: :.. Uriah l Kick Sears JCJondeS.Durch.' Address I .

I of semi-literate and aged i third party, and then leave This exhibit will be dis- Beverly, Wolff began her L'nKnown.: M M
I )* I persons with low incomes Who '\ town Thoiaai said.j I! played throughout the country. -!Of Restrictionsi musical career as an ihstrummta'list. 1! 1".u'fl'. Ht'reLor.l1fied. that r

fraud Lawsntie have been bilked into taking I j "Tlie buyer of the mortgage '. It will be part of. the I i I On Child Labor playing first trumpet -1 i:, a abov petition styled haa.heen court by Welu nnunueV the : WORK.SAVINGSTARCH N

on, huge debts for minor ?improvements i may, not: have known, about Florida Showcase In'New York for" .the Atlanta Ga., Symphony Nick Klondtis, for the adoptionof 71-
/ / Mill to their homes. I the fraud', the personv.ho.cpn-: City for two weeks later this Approach of the sprang Orchestra, Atlanta orchestra L'rlah Sar! March, Jr., a ..
T ...,. ,. During} its investigation: the : traded to do the work is gone, .I j year and will probably be I! planting season drew a reminder conductor Henry Sop- ': you m'anr are, uy rwjuird said petitioner to serve, and aenpF GIVES YOUR IRON ; :

With the 1963 Legislative !: council uncovered a case in i I and the swindled home owner i;i displayed at the next World's to Florida farmers 'kin discovered' her vocal talent I! of 'ourn''lYt't or Ob- .
at 1 Fair in New York. in 1946. She 'studied at i'' jecti'ms- to show cause why said _
which a Gainesville woman, has absolutely no recourse that
: ; and commercial '
sessipn opening this week, the petition! should! not be grants, :
income was a $50 : law" the 'legislator added, I Suwannee River Authority the Academy Vocal Arts in J.O.J.Jl.G ,
Florida Legislative! Council I whosq only : I the Fair Labor Standards: Act. I on the attorneys for petitioner, POWER"
II has aimed its fire at shady I monthly welfare check, who i The proposed:; 1"1 1j -' :,,foil I members are ,, have I prohibits employment of, chil- Philadelphia" Leonard'Bernstein's.and in 1952 appeared i Temple Thomas Avenue& Pierre., Starke 203-203:,! Florida North', 'I II

was persuaded to! sign a mortgage -i would allow cjunt-! co.amis- every one of the* 12 member siren under 16 years of age in ,
I and file+ 'tile original in the of- bdrs* "
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! operators in the home construction ; Spidrf tosndest> sndi :rear Jrohing"frtnnis -
and j whosepayments were $49 iiouers to set up. building codes i I I counties) represented .In tha" during>\ school. hour?. television production.." 'nOll.i I lice of the Clerk .ot? the Circuit' jtHowlnf-BMkti gvments leorch-rulstant aeI
repair fieldyho j I a month. Several cases, almost ;! place various ;restrictions slide series, and they also wantto .. Jack! T; I osee, field office We'ln i | ,.Tahiti." f I. Cf nrt. on' or before May :2nd!
prey .I:>n unsuspecting home- 19e3
owners.; j s.s bad have recently come, to i on witnessing of doc- show as many of the various supervisor of the U.s..Department J The oratorio will, representthe Herein Fait NIt or a decree
i I light in Bradfoid: County j uments involved, 'and outlaw j!! activities .as possible, of Labor's Wage and biggest; concert event of i(' pro eonfesso will be entered
It has voted out a packageof In one case, a homeowner :, socaned"balloon mOI'tgagesi j such as. swimming, boating, Hour and Public Contracts the t: year on the Florida_ cam- ; against! you. I I uaui.
band and the
proposals to present at the f contracted for ;a: bathroom and those with a ,huge final l. pay- fishing, hunting,. h ik i n g, Divisions,, stressed that the pus. It is being, directed by i seal ut said cuurt in Starke, taotrr.r.

.new session which would I igncd a t$3,600 note ...calling i rnent. unless clearly marked' camping, water skiing:, and!flaw covers children of migrants Dr. Elwood Keister-of the.Department FtaHda! day of March, .
bring .nY-by-night operators for 10 per cent.interest. | as such on their face, many others. I as well as. those ,of local ,of,' Music faculty : I6I.
under, much' tighter restrIctIons "These operators come into A drastic overhaul of the'i' Thes same slides will also 1, residents. I' ind is.. co-sppn...)red by. the ; .\? 7.J) rk A.*t the said t

: a community with a fast \ state's lI\\ .chaJ1ic' lie:} law be shown to.civic clubs,In1!, "The.; : Fair Labor.:. Standards Lyceum_ Council, Circuit' .CosrtF.v tt
Starkp Itep., A J. Thomas Jr. of tales pitch obtain a mortgage .* was also given approval by Florida. Georgia, and Ala- Act applies to.", .farmers,.,who IV'TMB" tlUJJIIT COI'RT OP : Janet. : .' \Peputy CarteNorth Ct.'rl'rHIt5. : > 1

a member of the' coun the council. It proposes to give Iamain pr"oJAOFing ,the. Su- ship crops across,state linespr .THK E1f11'l'11 Jl niCIAf, .& pHnCE

I the homeowner :.some. protection wannee River counties as, a ,.who hay.e .reason? .to. believe rinj'fir OF' FI.o nru. ',J!\ 1 ::fI;${i3. Temple ,\\
which. he lacks, now. .against .1'1iFlit' Rn.1jF'JR111Ot'-: t'lrke.' Florida
I recreational, playground.If products-will eventually 1
t. their : AttArneys for Petitioner
T'n' rHAxrIn ln'
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SUPPLY INC. I I! unscrupulous contrac- you .slides are: used, the cross! elate l lines," i I tors. Under the existing! law: Authority will make copies explained. "The. ,only .exception rM I

State Rd. 16 Between Church and Cherry Sts. the homeowner is liable to the i and return,your original slid involves', children; who .w,,... .r wa -
of building mater. I n .
STARKE, FLA. suppliers es to you. work exclusively for ,parents .
;: ials if the contractor doesn'tpay I '"
Phones-961.llt1 9G1-5891 You can either send your I or guardians on: their po'farm& ..
for them.Suwannee ..
., .
Owners i I i slides to the Authority offices. I r A't
D. R. "Doc" Devrick Chessie M. Derrick River or;:.send the Authority your I Pointing out that the Divisions i :
Joyce L. Ward ; address and the members will are "especially concerned .

Scenes SoughtFor I contact you. ; with keeping youngstersput I a Yra :
: of the {fields so they ,will .. '
Automotive Parts Supplies PromotionDo I Be On Alert have time to attend school sr i c wSa .A...

color slides Losee recommended. that; ; far ..
have \
you any
themselves against -
mers protect 5 ..
: AUTOMOTIVE( showing the.beautiful scenery j For Termite
MACHINE SHOP WORK violations of the law :4
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EQUIPMENT PAINTS TOOLS along the Suwannee by requiring Bach minor they Fri. Sat.-April 4-5-6.
j and surrounding counties? j Fakers Thurs. ,
certificate :
SMALL ENGINES hire to '-
& PARTS If you do contact the Su-i
In Florida these certifi-
wannee River Authority of- Spring: will in all probability age. M
floats Motors\ Trailers Fishing! Tackle \ f i'r. Box 99. Live Oak, Fla. ;, bring the usual rash of cates are issued: by local !
Shakespeare Rods and Ree's Water Skiffs I ;: school authorities.Further AT S
: -- I The Authority is preparing fake termite exterminators. in BUlLlNGTQN.S
sci! i hells Tool Sets.. 'a large exhibit to be shownat ;!: Florida. information about 1

fairs, travel shows, con- i John A. Mulrennan. direc- how the'Fair Labor Standards. Jli'" "-jt >- _
We sincerely appreciate patronage and welcome hotel lobbies. ', of Entom- Act applies 'to employment of _
your ventions, and tor of the Bureau t 1
your suggestions as to how we can serve you : One of the features of this ology of Florida, State Board. children in agriculture be I II

better. ;, exhibit will be a showing of i I' of Health warns householders obtained from the Wage and -

This Business i100'; ; 1 locally) owned and all our i a continuous series of color I' to be on guard when deal; ( Hour and office Public located'ContractsDivisions' at FREE El Strawberries '

Employees are local peup'c. i slides, to demonstrate the un- ing with pest control .operators i II I TJ.S. Post Office w
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Room {
j \i because many of them .are 1! Building, Jacksonville. With; Each $5 Or 'Store purchase' GENERAL ELECTRIC :
I 1,, fly-by-nighters who are. expert --I! @W

I Suparalleled only- -in relieving trusting:.I'Unique Concert t Friday, Apr. 5--OhIy 1 i> :. .- Ml>
people of their money. > w

BARKSDALE'S "There is one sure way of Set:,For Up, Gym l '. > : RATOR-FREEZER_ __ .N
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to have the name; of his on' Pa'm' 'Sn'ndSv':, Ap"U" IT to. r.r'" "r'j I.

company' arid his' Florida address when ths-Department: 0(' Music '. '.,..,,,. ,. .....
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painted on his car or''. presents the oratorioI, ..,:. "f.. :: .
STRAWBERRIESwith truck. He also must carry an : "King David". in the Florida I x i'I 1

$5.00 purchase identification card for the : Gyzn nasiutn.'. I 4: I 1A'BIG
. Limit. 1-Fri. Only current year. At Olle time it : The production involvingt } ; l .
was necessary that his Identification ,,300-voice Choral j 2S.: I yft
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BOIS license number be will also combine"the "'01 !'!!fr- -.f. .a
I SUITS Men's CasualSLACKS painted on his car .01; truck, of the' University Symphony)' ., S lBJ?rte f.elN.} ss, I -- t .
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also; but this is no. longer re- I Orchestra with that of 'Co- .....!Y t t

JUST RIGHT FOR...' EASTER V ; 4 quired. .; umbla. o1 grtists,; ha5les-K.'1' Greldifgteg ar ",l f.talll'tMeni)1! r 1 i 1

"An added precaution is to L. Davis. tenor;: Davis Ycrick. .

do:" business only. with a person soprano; and Beverly. Wolff,! I!
on whom you can check contraltoDafis: ;iI .a i .w.
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V'i immediately! such as a hometown I a native, 'of Jtawail.| : :::<: to

concern. But under no ftudied'music. at-the Juilliard; '. --..:. .w..
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112 PRICE circumstances should you deal .School} of bfusic -inNew'YorkCity : Mc ol! -4 !'->; .* '_"_ .awu 1
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,IYyyyvyyyyvvvy,, it put him to bed. Also learned Pleased to see Joe Nell church, Sinia Prescott, and : Pioneer Finance Company, west corner of the following road or street on the East thence continue North along
I a corporation described piece of land, to- border of above described said East side of Couity
that O. J. is sick, so it I Griffis back in church Sun- Hattie Darby. All of these are'
I' Plaintiff wit: East-half of Block 6 land. Also: Beginning at South- Graded Road 75 feet; thence
CLAY HILL I looks like Susie has a pretty day. She brought her new members of the Highland vs.James. South Range 4 West of SimonJ. west corner of Northeast South degrees East 100 feet
H. Gamble and Temples Subdivision of Quarter of Southwest Quarterof thence South 75 feet thence
I good hospital started in their baby with her so all is well. now.
Margaret Gamble, his wife, I lands at Temples Mills. also Section :21, Township 6 North 71 Degrees West 100 feet
fly Airs. J. L. StricklandILA6AAAA&ALLAAAALAAA& I house. Also learned that Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of We had six ordained minis- Defendants. I all Fraction South of Block 6 South. Range 22 East and run to point of beginning;

Fannie Manning was admitted -' Clay Hill living on the Robert ters present for the morning i Our Soil S Our Strength NOTICE OF SUIT Range 4 in Northeast QuarterOf 20 degrees East of North 131 Also, excepting from the first
I I THE STATE OF FLORIDA-To: Southwest Quarter and more feet to the Southeast corner described parcel of land the
Nolan have been services namely George
We learned last week that I to the Baptist Hospital in property, James H. Gamble, Residence particularly described as being of West Half of Block 6 following described lands;
I Jacksonville last Saturday real sick with flu, but are Chism pastor, Jim Strickland!: Soil Conservation Unknown. Margaret Gamble One-half acre in the South- South Range 4 West of Simon Commence at the SE cornerof
Aunt Babe Padgett Is on the I I improved some. organizer, M. T. Knight. Jim: Residence Unknown.You west corner of Northeast J. Temples Subdivision thence the intersection of North
sick list. went to see about I! night. N-E-W-S are hereby notified thata Quarter of Southwest Quarter 19 degrees East of North Grand Street and Michigan
I Were pleased to learn that Frow Strickland visited Uncle Conway S. E. Sparks of I suit has been filed againstyou of Section 21, Township 6 along East line of said West Avenue and run in a Northerly -
hej. and found that she is Jim a few days ago, hada Starke. and P. A. North who! in the above entitled cause; South Range 22 East. Also begin half of Block 6, 157 feet; direction along the East
some better. Also learned that Nellie Wilkinson of Clay Hill long visit in a few minutesor has served as supply pastorfor I By Bill Haas and that you are required to at Southeast corner of thence 71 degrees West of line of North Grand Street a
... I and David Eunice of Lawtey file your answer with the Clerkof Block 6 South of Range 4 North 105 feet to West line of distance of 93 feet to the
Yougan is trying to see what at least we all talked us several times. After Requests for soil and water this Court, and to serve a West of Simon J. Temples said Northeast Quarter of point of beginning thence
he'- can do with the flu, and are improving in health, but plenty for a long visit in a services we had other minis' conservation farm plans were copy thereof upon the plaintiffor Subdivision and run North and Southwest Quarter; thence continue along said line a distance .
tIP both are in the hospital yet. plaintiff's attorney, whose 71 degrees West to 176% feet South 307 feet to point of beginning of 100 feet to a point;
said he had ters to in after had
few minutes. Prow
come they
received from Roy Starr and name and address is: WilliamC. to stake; thence North and 18 the parcel t h u abounded thence at right angles in an
some fish for us, but we would conducted services at their George Reddish. Their land Guthrie Jr. and Arthur T. degrees East 153V4 feet along being a portion of easterly direction run 100 feet
have to come and get them own churches these were C. lines have been located on Boone, 102 Florida Title BuildIng East line of land heretoforesold the West Half of Block 6 to a point; thence at right
to C. H. Clark to stake; South Range West of Simon angles run in a Southerly direction -
Jacksonville 2, Florida, not'
it looked like he wouldn't be E. Wilkinson, Mt. Zion, James aerial photographs and a request later than April 22. A.D. 1963. thence South and 71 degrees J. Temples Subdivision and parallel to East line
able to return and bring them, Sanders pastor of Clay Hill has been made to the If you fail to do so. decree East 176% feet to East boun- situated in the Southwest of North Grand Street a distance
dary of said Block 6 South of Corner of the Northeast Quar- of 100 feet to a point
so a few days later we did and W. S. Saunders, pastor of Soil Conservation Service for pro confesso will be entered
South- In
at angles
Range 4 West; thence thence right run
against you for the relief demanded ter of Southwest Quarter of
that very thing- ran out to Oak Grove. 'a soil and capability map for in the complaint. ard 18 degrees West 153 ft Section 21, Township 6 South a Westerly direction 100 feet
the Lake to see,him-and got The former pastors of High- each farm. I The nature of said suit being feet to point of beginning; Range 22 East Bradford to the point of beginning, all
.. for the foreclosure of mortgage said parcel of lot of land be- County. Florida, and contain lying and being in Section n,
the fish- and had another land who were present were The District's fertilizer distributor -I Township 6 South, Range 32
encumbering the following described ing situated in the Southeast l'ig 34/100 of an acre more 01
: long visit in a very few minutes Jim Strickland, Jim Conway, is being used regularly. property situate in corner of Block 6, South of less; East. Bradford County Flor

THE A T R E -- even Beth was in on this M. T. Knight, and C. E. Wil- Folks are putting out 10- Bradford County Florida: Range 4 West of Simon J. Excepting from the above described ida.Witness band and the teal
a" Those certain lots blocks, Temples subdivision of the lands the following my
visit. We all enjoyed the short kinson. This was Jim Conway'sfirst 10-10 fertilizer their Starke. Florida
on pas of said Court at
pieces or parcels of land situ- Northeast Quarter of the parcel of land:
few minutes we were there. pastorate. There were tures. Most of the pastures ate, lying and being in the Southwest Quarter of Section Commence at SW Corner of this 18 day of March, A.D. 1)11
.' The Homecoming at High- also two present whom Jim have been used hard this year City of Starke Bradford County 21. Township 6 South, Range NE% of SW% Section 21. CHARLES A,. DARBY
OPENING TIME Florida, and more particu- 22 East Bradford County. Township 6 South, Range 23 Clerk of the Circuit Court
; land was a wonderful day for Conway had baptized as mem- and the grass is needing a larly described as follows to- Florida, and containing 62/ East and run 230 feet along By Janet N. Carter
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY quite a few people. Of coursewe bers of the Highland Church shot in the arm. wit: 100 of an acre more or less East side of County Graded Deputy Clerk.
One-half in the South- except a strip reserved for a Road for point of beginning. 7-21 4t 4-11
: OPEN 7OU P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 started out with Sunday and one he baptized while Laurence Batten tells me he acre

., FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00 School, which was enjoyed by pastoring,some other church. dragged' his pastures to break .
'"' all. At the beginning of the Mrs Winnie Griffis Naumanof up the droppings and he -

If>. services our preacher George Griffis Loop, Starke was plans to use Chlordane to

; Friday, Saturday Chism suddenly decided he with us. She informed me that control the mole crickets. "I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYMotorcyclesScooters

.- wanted to make pictures of she had attended especiallyto plan to mix the Chlordane

: April 5 and 6"SllARK different groups. Asked who see this reported. She reads with the fertilizer and put

had a camera they could get my writings in the Starke pa- them both out at the same .

on short notice. Of course, no per every week. I am satisfiedshe .time," says Mr. Batten. Care

RIVER"IN one responded, so this ignor- was really disillusionedwhen must be taken when using in- Auto Electric Service AUTO TIRESFOR I FARM\ & INDUSTRIAL t
ant person stuck up her hand she saw this humble per- secticides. $ .

0ff- VIVID COLOR so she had to fade out, run son for she sure did not seea Marion Monk president of (Central Tractor Co. Streit's
home grab the Kodak buy raving beauty a brilliant the National Association of THE BEST IN FCRD TRACTORS Shop

\ -PLUS- new film and dash back to person, or any striking per- Soil and Water Conservation I! RECAPPINGCars Ford Farming Implements Cushman & Vespa Scooters
Automotive ElectricService
.. the church all with the sonality in any way. But we Districts, says"In a space Trucks- Tractors Agricultural Industrial Ducati BSA-Zundapp

I' Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tues. daughter, Lillian's help! We really enjoyed talking with age, the conservation of soil 100% Grade A Cold Rubber Complete Service & Parts Dept. Motorcycles Sales & Service
her. She and this Jim of mine SCHWINN BICYCLES
.. got in too late for the intro- and water resources makes no Factory Trained Recapper Good Used Equipment

duction of the former pastors, have known each other for headlines nor does the function 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Locksmith &: Safe Work

: April 5, 6, 7, 8, 9Avaanche visitors and all of that partof years and years! of Soil Conservation District Repairs Our Specialty English Tire & PHONE 376-5430 6615 W. University Ave.
68 in Gainesville 376-7761
There were present
the arrived
but Official
service we mean monetary Generators
Starters Ignition
of Fun! in time for the message of I Sunday School'at Highland reward. Such leadership, how- Recapping FLOOR COVERING
Sunday morning; 47 one Regulators Solenoids
ever, brings personal satisfac-
the hour which was delivered I
Wait by Rev. Jim Conway. And hundred per cent members. tion in knowing that we are Aramatures 1027 MainGainesville I Central Florida Tile MUSIC SUPPLIES
: The Intermediate boys won
doing what needs to be done. Fuel 372-2197
Water & Pumps
what a wonderful message & Marble Co.
i the banner with a grade,of 92. Future generations will look
J' JULESVEWE'S that We have -
> was never The Primary Class was next back and give thanks to a Exchange Service on Starters CARPETS BY Gridley Music

In search of the heard any message that could with a grade of 90. generation that had the will and Generators Automatic TransmissionsONE Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave,
this (
excel one. The Clay Hill Sunday School and desire to look ahead. Wholesale Retail Downs Co, Inc.
Five of the charter membersof
had 66 present, and believe it "The future of America no Room Size-Wall to Wall
this church. which
was or not. they had four 100 per DAY SERVICEALL Installation CENTRAL FLORIDA'SComplete
TECHNICOLOR* organized just 53 years ago, cent classes, namely, the Beginners matter what ,anyone says, is 620 S. Main Gainesville I Armstrong and Kentile
44% Il lnrf tij lUUl nSIl Dmntuliu Cl i he.C1963 HOI OIIMT rMMtut were present. These are Mrs. as limitless ,as the human Music Store
Easter Wilkinson who is just Primaries, Juniors spirit. The motivation is the PHONE 372-6990 EXCHANGE Floor Coverings Pianos by Baldwin, Storey &

Plus "PENNY PALS" Cartoon 105 years old now; her daughter. and Young People. Who can individual initiative of man." CQJIPLETE LINES OF Clark, Henry L. Bliller.

Mrs. Tim Blackburn Jim come up with better grades I Charles H. Young Scientistfor Gator Automatic TILES MARBLE Fisehek

p Strickland, who organized theESCAPE than these? This little churchis the Soil Conservation Ser- AUTO BRAKES 1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-6406 Organs by Baldwin & Conn

growing nicely. and two vice, is preparing soil and Transmission ServiceINC. Gibson & Gretch GuitarMnpllflers *-.

very nice people are the pas- capability maps for C. L. FURNITURE

tor and his wife. They are Cooper, W. H. Nollman. LouisH. 1004 N. Main
Hull's Brake Home Beautiful
interested in the work, and Adams, Roy A. Starr, and Gainesville Shopping Center

are striving to get all of the Mrs. Anna Janssen. "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) Furniture Co.

RTIST unchurched people into Gainesville PHONE 3720372AUTO COMPLETEDECORATING

church. Holy Land Film Every Car or Truck SERVICE New and UsedPIANOS t

Last week we built porches To Be ShownAt Turning Grinding Relining UPHOLSTERYL. Carpet-Vast Selection ,
here at this house. This car- GUITARSDRU1ISSIIEET
If you'd like to escape everything but pure enchantO While You Wait Draperies-Nationally Known I 1

ment, try: this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport penter came through with all Madison St. Brands MUSIC
kinds of bruises, cut scratches 1314 S. Main Gainesville Guaranteed Price and Budget TermsLillian's
Special instrument cluster. Front bucket
& S. Auto Trim
skinned places well she Evangelist Walter Zvoda, 372-1497 Guaranteed Satisfaction
seats. AlUvinyl interior. Distinctive SS identification. Music Store
looked like she had been in a whohas.travelled in the Holy Terms-
Full wKeel l disksl Choice of three-speed shift or floor- fight with something- and Land, will, show his films of Complete Auto Upholstery (Convenient FREE PARKING "Gainesville Leader"

mounted Powerglide automatic* with sporty range she had: a wrecking bar, Jerusalem at the Madison Tailor Made Seat Covers 1703 N. Main Gainesville Since 1933

selector console. hammer, and some"rusty nails. Street Baptist Church at 7:30: AUTO SALES & SERVICE Convertible Tops 112 S. E. First GabesvllU

All rl plvs' Chevy II standard features:flushanddry We started this week. right p.m. Wednesday, April 10. 603 N. W. 8th. Avenue GARDEN SUPPLIES -

that also. Monday morning another While studying in Palestine, Gainesville 372-8661
ventilating system helps remove rust-causing
elements! from rocker panels; battery-easing Delcotron porc hwas being torn out and Mr. Zvoda toow more than LINCOLN MERCURY Johnson & Faris, Inc. MOVER (

generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes longer worked over. Bessie started to 300 views of the land, and DO3IET FIAT METCOR BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn Complete Line of
; go out to offer her help, made he will show scenes of the SEEDSPLANTS.FERTilIZERS-
lasting exhaust system styling fresh morning coffee I
; a high dive off the porch, sacred sites outside of the city. Culture Gainesville I
Complete Beauty
into Authorized Sales-'Service-
poured rugged Body by Fisher-and
a more. bumped her head on SOMETHING Also shown will be the Girls Women Men Insecticides-Pet Supplies

CD EVY li You'll find two can live as cheaply as one-when cut a place in the Zion Passion Play in sound Parts Tuition Budgeted We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"

they're living it up in a new Chevy IIhOJltlanalatutrt.e! It.CAtry hair line on the right side. and color, depicting the last Trained hanlat-Good FREE PLACEMENT 224 N. W. 8th Ave.PH.VE MayflowerLOCAL

.. blacked out scared Jim and week of Christ on Earth. In- Used Cars Special Brush-Up Courses 872-0476 AND LONG
Lillian about to death, knocked cluded will be the trials before Gainesville Fla. DISTANCE

... ; her glasses off, and FIXED Pilate and Herod, the Central Hairstyling MOVING
& ', things up just right! Lillian story of the crucifixion, and Barkley Motors JANITORIAL SUPPLIES Storage And'crating

performed some first aid, but the seven sayings on the 615 N. Main GainesvilleB College Mops & Mopping Equipment Gainesville Phone 376-5224

:L1II raii ; the head really hurts. Wonder cross. Brooms Brushes
I what next she will try to The pastor Rev. W. M. 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Washes Cleaners

do, and get something else Dunagan tion to the, extends public. an invita- 376-4103 Rest Room Supplies Security Transfer

done? Tell you later! & G Motors Co. BUILDING MATERIALS THE & Storage, Inc.

$ i NEW RIVER BAPTIST Don MacClellan Co.

:: Fish 6 AGENTS FOR
: : Fry Apr. CHURCH CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85.HILLMAN Janitorial & Maintenance

At State FarmThe Sunday School, 10 a. m. : Ridgway Roof Supplies FOGARTY BROS,

Morning Worship 11 a. m.
1315 N. W. 4th. Place
r S Training Union 6:30 p.m.Eve- Sales and Service Truss Co. Gainesville 372-2723 TRANSFER, Inc.
State Farm EmployeesClub
'."s.V -. ning Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- Local St Long Distance Mo1D1emongStorq'ePacldnr
-- -- is
sponsoring a fish fry
r' week Prayer Service Wednes- 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Wood Trusses & LADIES WEAR
at the club house
4 on Saturday
0 day 7 p.m.-Everyone welcome. Prefabricated (Components
PHONE 376-7515 Phone 376-2666
.. April 5. from 5 to 7 p.m. for
Any Size Free Estimates Cherry'sGainesville's
1040 So. Main Gainesville
the benefit of Scout Troop OF INTENTION TO
/ 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTeL
377 and the Little League
Notice is hereby given that 372-3961-COllect Call
baseball team. Both of these the undersigned. under the pro- Address For Ladies
; vision of Chapter 20,953, Lawsof OFFICE EQUIPMENT
1ffl youth projects are sponsoredby Crane Motor Co. DRESSESSUITScOATSMATERNITY
Florida, Acts of 1941, will
the club. Prices for the register with the Clerk of the CEMENT : WEAR
fish fry are $1 for adults and Circuit Court in and for Brad- LARK ANGLIA- ACCESSORIESUniversity
ford Florida, Parker'sGainesville's
County upon receipt -
50 cents for children. of proof of publication of ENGLISH FORD 105 W. Gainesville
this notice the' fictitious name LINTELS WINDOW SILLS
: t;. der which I am engaged in Equipment & Machine
;: : COMPLETESEPTIC business at 671 West Madison Authorized Sales & Service 'If It's Cement Wi Cast It" Nan's Store.

St. Starke Florida.
'. % r Cecil L Cement Complete Office Planning
Douglas 912 Raiford
.-- I TANK Road, Starke Florida, sole own "Complete Service for AU Precast Products Stork Shop Underwood Products

er.Dated Makes' Special Occasion Dresses To
: ..-- this 13th day of March 601 W. Ucfversity Ave.
2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville
-- 1 SERVICE A. D. 1963 at atarke. Bradford 506 E. University Ave. Every Day Sportswear Gainesville 372-2555
; I County, Florida. PHONE 372-0953 Formats-Long Dresses, Slim
( I 3-14 4t 44THE
7 :- I Cleanouts PHONE 372-4343 Jim Shorts-Matching Tops I

Gainesville Fla
Repairs 114 So. Main GainesvilleMEN'S
Installations I
: I IN RE: Estate of THAT ALL YOUR STOREH. The Helzel Co.


,I I TO CERN ALL WHOM IT HAY COX- Sales-Pa.rts-Service USED CARS TOO Edwards Building C Curlee Suits C AIR JCONDITIONINa

Starke Supply Inc. S Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts
I Notice is hereby given thatI No Job Too Larg Or Too Small
969-1952 I have filed my final returns as Foole-Gable Motors & Underwear 4th St. Galaesrfflo
i administratrix of the estate of 726 S. Main 372-4844 S Stacy Adasw Nunn- 202 S. E.

'. ,,. Green Cove Springs I Jasper Wilson Bedenbangh. deceased Gainesville, Fla. Busch Shoes. PHONE 37M491
I ; that I have fUed my
? 284-3860 I petition for final discharge and 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville S Stetson & Mallory Hats. I
I : that I will apply to the Honorable PHONE 372-4345
1 S.E. First St. Gainesville
I ; Judge of Bradford County

U Nova 400 SS Convertible above.Also amiable as SS Coupe.Super Sport eg.zipnoptional : Florida on April 12th 1)63 at AUTO SALVAGE MONUMENTS
i 10:00 A. 11., for approval of the
at extra cost.Also! a choice of 10 regular Chety II rnodek. I I same and for final discharge as ,I Electric Motor Gainesville Granite Fuller's Foto Inc.
I such administratrix of the estate ,
: NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S II I i I of Jasper Wilson Bedeabangh Paul's Auto SalvageWe Repair Co. & Marble Works

_..-....._._.._.____._.__..__._.__... deceased. Central Florida's Finest
This 11th day of !March lIU.I OF GAINESVILLE INC.
I.1 MARY L. WATTERSON Buy Wrecked Cars At I
Administratrix of the estate COMPLETE ELECTRIC & MARKERS
of Jasper Wilson Be- Lettering & Cleaning New & Used Cameras
denbaugh deceased. MOTOR
HAMILTONAND Hollis V. Knight AO Makes & Models Used Domestic & Industrial Harbto a
Photographic Equipment
Starke Florida
GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. I Parts & Granite Supplies
i Attorney for Administratrix "Distributor of
I : 2-14 4t 4-4 Teletype Service-We will flue I Coffee Tables COUnters-

AMASON i, is ciRcrrr COt; T. EIGHTH j any part for yon. New Lincoln Motors'* Fireplaces Black &; White Finishing

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Phone 376-4512 PHONE 372-8318 1425 S. E. 4th. St. -In Before Noon-Out at 5
I COUXTY. FLORIDA. IX 1301 S. Main GainesvOL e 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Gainesville 375-6151 619 W. University. Gainesvflltr"
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