Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01432
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01432
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U. of Fla. Library History I

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1TT! !! r 1Ait Green Cove Withdraws NUMBER THIRTY-THREE

1 x etas, I1M i Job

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Priorities FixedSanta Of ProgressWrecking

crew began thin week demollHhlng the north. half '

of the Green building. un Tempin Avenue) In preparation fur Termed

Fe clearing the site for a yet umuimNoMMtl 1 new himlnew. lox 'Good'

Green, owner o( the building MaId further detail would be dieclosed .

l next "....k. Mr. Grrrn halt mo,xl' his Buick agency

to another of his .building* at the corner ..f N. Court and Jefferson -

Streets. Jlf' will continue to maintain hU.. law of fires Chances for approval of the Camp landing site

Lake Road In the south( mil of tM building on Temple \ve for u Job Corp Training Center were described as

'I "good" by r. J. Novak manager of the StarkeBradford -

On 'Just Value' BasisReassessment 1: County Chamber of Commerce, following confer
cin *dd I
Washington J least week.A .
further. boost to the local
On List bid was given Monday when n of Gren Cove chamber;
Up One-Third Complete committee of the Green Cove .,,aid his group/ had previously

Ml MHL Spring Chamber of Com- endorsed. the' Standing' site

mere announced. a decision to and still ehlt committed to

Residents of the Indian Beach section on the west Assessor Tells Rotary Club withhold a proposal for us. of this tndonsmsnt. The former

shore of Big Lake Santa Fe may get a hard surfaced I the ons-tlm Navy bus. until Navy base will be proposed

ruud to serve their need: sooner than they thought.The I after a decision has been made only If the Standing sits, .Is

oft-souaht road took a I' Tax Assessor Gene. Long; re- age i out at about $T9 an acre on the mantling alt*. turned down Dr. Jensen sold

flying leap from sixth! to third ', projects were lumped togetherfor ported that his office Is approximately I Long .1Lk!. In announcing Its action For a while last week It appeared

place on the county'i secondary No. 1 priority. as the one-third through In. spot check of 109 parcels Dr. Russell Jensen, president that Orcen" Cove might,

road priority\: : list at Its| Board said It would be economically with Ks job of reassessing all under the new assessment offer coniDtKloB for the

Sal meeting of the Count: then* out to bid at the same on the basis of "Just value., take only 11.B mills tax levy i Officials Again of the Northrup Corporation

Commission Tuesday.: time. so one controctor could The new assessment on businesses to produce the sum amountof >> visited' the former Navy
do both Jobs. and homes. In the taxes as la raised under I II base .
The secondary: list aa well -now owned l by the City
as the county's list for favored The three top-favored secondary county will be /out double. I the current levy of 41.23 mllU jSltSampson Hit Courthouse .. JDOIDVtJ': an.. ,

primary projects, will be projects as adopted by I their present assessment, long< on present. nase.!ifnnt*. m.tNW\ r l.t'lr.ta' for

presented to the budget meeting ins Com mission Tuesday are: said while timberland farmland Therefore, if the raUlag Is t r..J.I. He j

of the State Road 1. The so-called Bethel il and lake front property cut by the sam pereeitng t' that
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at district headquarter Church Road, connecting might. see even greater in-1 that asssssments are raised Space Problem I Green Cove should be able to j
I Orlffls Loop with SR 330. and e....... as required by law- Lon
in Lake City: March 4. < Lake 'Sword Fish' 1 get approval within 49 days
The annual reshuffle of ec. I Iondary the Anderson Junior High "The assessor said that timberland raid that some property (especially Bradford If it got. busy and pushed lb.proJI. .
School Road connecting U. 8 has la the past been! buslneits. ) might act, proposed .
projects effected .
was lookhIg m"r. like a .li < of the l was
Tuesday\ : with a marked absence 101 south of Lawtey with SR assessed at an average of' uully pay l less. taxes. under. the frrh briny deep| limn snmelhlng' thut riune out of "back on Later. Information
of the bickering. that 125, east of Lawtoey.J. 113.5O par acre but under the new assessment" program than water lake this glitnt gsrflxli.. nirumirliig over 4 fret In ,length, Ma. taught. In the agenda" Tuesday when however .. revealed
Niuii. >M>n Labe.. three' county officials. that Northrup war
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I iimrnlng l appeared
hat featured such sessions InDecent A road through Lincoln new program will average they are> paying at the present n"&I.r Jones. Most remarkablefiut" Is. that Mr. thinking of the Green Cove
before the
years.!' Acting on the City. extending. from U. S. 301 1789 an acre. There are two time. Jones caught the tl-|"minl gar on. a MniUI. alas l "..hy..ter" hook while trolling, for I mission to reiterate County Com-their I site a* an aUsnutt proposal

recommendation of Chairman south tor. distance of 3mile. classifications, hs said; pin. Long said l the danger. to lh.taxJ..ylnj .1..kl..1 perrh. ll. nays (that gar.. smnellnirii ""..,,'11 a length of sit feel. troublca" In the vnt the Blandlng location
apace In the Space
George Roberta Jr. the list (The leg connecting the I land which will be ...aeuedI ( public from the -- Ma. Is rejected.The .
Lincoln. City: road to SR 100 at $100 an acre! and non-pine new Is In
limited program allowing
was to three projects
Hot WeatherIs The Board loaned local proposal was Died.
which could\ be expected to be| at a point near Vtulllns Veterinary land which will be assessed governing bodies to Incf.-. ; Approved By CouncilWater ear and voted sympathetic to In Washington a- fast Friday
Hospital was omitted at 130 an acre. The two aver- the tax levy after. the initialcut '
accomplished! within
a reason i again study the possibility of saw. and Is almost
able length of time. Previoussecondary from this protect on the He until the law" provides Boosting '
ready to before
building a new courthouse to go the ten-
: lists had included I grounds that. it did not carry: Long May Ask I that these board may hold a Rate Hike I replace the outgrown red brick man svaluatlng committee at

some 11 I projects some of enough traffic to warrant secondary public hearing and Increase Berry Yield structure The initial' step" as the Office of Eoonomlo: Opportunity -
which there no hope of priority' ) (he levy. by 10 per cent If '
was I For More outlined Tuesday, calls .for an Washington. Novak
attaining In the foraeeabls t. A road starting at Highway there Is no public objection. Th. advent of sprlngllk<< Investigation.. of the feasibility saM a decision should be an-,

- future. 21 near Faith Presbyterion Lung said that apparently' weather this Wvek;: hits. sp" ..rt- Due In Of financing the proposed) noujMssVwKhlit the next four t
The three secondary projects Church and running.west To ReassessBradford ; there Is no limit to the num. eel up strawberry produrtUm building' In view 1 of present"and weeks.Th .

on the list actually! : include to Beg Lake Santa .lee then her of hearing that might beheld ,. In the county and s fairly. ., future conditions entire.. proposal" totaled

four roads, however extnedlng north and south a- County Tax Assessor and the number of times heavy day nethnn.nntl__ ...__..___.. _flats_..._ I County Judge.. T A. Yawn, .OOO.Ooo. which includes
since two long the Indian Beach subdivision the levy can be Increased by The Keyaton Heights' City, with atockholdnrs of the Keystone -
separateMan Gens Long advised the or better la expected at the Tax Assessor lens Long, and 11 (construction equipment, facll-
.total length IS County Commission Tuesday ten per cent Therefore. the Btsrke Farmers Market. thl."rld.y Council gave final. I approval I Water. Works for purchase Ta. Collector! J. B. Kelly wrlfIn Mles, and curriculum, Novak

mile that h* may need an ..xten.Iu public muni be Vigilant In order Tuesday night to an ortllnnnc of I the water facility O agreement that they n"*dnl as/Id. Construction alone was
InjuredIn This latter road was requested of 30 days in preparing ''' to keep the levy from Prices held. strong durlnjrthe railing far Increased water 11. Wiggins, holder. ... of the water more spare to carryon the estimated at fo.137.OOO.

at the last Board meetIng Ms tax roll fur the coming / climbing< back up after the post weak with I.M3: rates. The following srhuilul. .. franchise, recently waived s business of their offices In tin The
301 WreckA by a delegation of Santa year. Initial cut: the assessor' said flats being sold, since foot will apply for J'eMlel.nt"II l u..: restriction In the city charterwhich manner Northrup Corporation i
Fe Lake residents who protested The speaker was Introduced A minimum charge of 13 for would! ban the city from whose home office Is In Bevr-
"I'm abort a third of the Thursday at an average of tl Kelly said hs needs to add
Mills .
Calif/ would be th
Starke! man. Jack Franklin that the project had way through tile job" ha said by County Judge T A, YswnRugene per flat Tuesday. was the the first O.OOO gallons. ; 39 ,,'//at. making an offer to purchase. another desk In his office, i ly ,

DPi" 35. was Injured last I been in sixth place on thecounty's I I'll have sons figures ': Tanner wits welcomed heaviest dny dare" the l late per thousand. for the next the facility **ci>|>t at five year. but has" no space for U. I n" major contractor. for the

Thursday when his car ran Into secondary list forJ| Board can use by the July Into the club s* a new January ....... ..- sort flat( Sund.( 3d cents, for the next intervals from tli. date. (if fran said. he has stored some of his training vocational center here, handlingtha Florid

the rear of another vehicle many; years.It 1 deadline but I may need 10 member" at this meeting. were sold at the market at ,000; 211' cent fur the next chine, His waiver' on the purl furniture in the hallway" ar i training ,

on U. S. 301, 2.' miles south was pointed out at Tues days more to finish the "b" an average of tl Oft. :Monday's !1,000; and 13 cents per thuuOOO of Wiggins opened the way for the present time, I Slate University would be 'a.
of town. d.,', meeting' that this road 229 flUs at '>, ; and. 13 cents per tho'... negotiations for purrhs 01! thCi sub-contrsolor hsmlllng ""valuation
Lung said the Job of reassessing JailedIn offering war Judge Yawn Invited
Dee. was taken to the Bradford serves!' about a hundred families the entire county under Negress 13 61\ average, and Wednesday Ion. the facility by the city 'mm"Union to Inspect his of ,research, guidance! ,

County Hospital but the and Beta In bad condlUon I the new "Just, value" law brought 317\ flats. tn the Corresponding Increases" have In other action Tuesday.. (fhan. he could show the I remedial education etc. 1

extent of his Injuries could In both wet and dry times.Several I I. a big one and that It I' Cutting market. at an average nf f.lno been mod" fur commercial users night the Council: I members what hn Is up a- The proposal la based. on a

not be ascertained at press members. of the coating some counties fMl.CMX(/ ) Berry plant are .kmde. 1 with and for cut-In charges. llminl, a group of property tulnsl the wall literally\ and I maximum of 3,84)0) enrols,

time. Driver of the 1964 Oldsmobile board said they would like to or more. He warned that assessments Kvallna': Perkins MyearoldNegrene. 1 bloom aril green fruit, scrnrd-. Th City I. now negotiating owners protest "Junk"* tilting fluuratlvrly The judge said with s staff of approximately

Dees rammed Ernest see this road extended north will In some cases was sentenced to ...... Ing to Msrk Manager Phil the street between Hill's (Jan that when his office .U crowded 680 Northrup. official s.lli -

Depass! McCoUkey. 50. of Lake past Little Lake Santa Fe to be double. : or triple what they en days Ira jell and placed on Crunk hit*. .n.t. unless cold I I i age and the lirlvs-ln Theatre. I It U difficult to open the i mated that the monthly pay-

City, and a paavnger. Ellsa CO nf'Ct.tth the dead end of are st present 3O-days probation as the resultof weather Intervenes'! -a stendJ J Frank Owslcy Mayor M. U IteasUy' told the doors for easy ingress. or I roll would be in excess of

beth H HaIr. 47. of Starke. SR 21A southwest of Silver a rss4>r-cuttlng incident at I lly Increasing volume Is ..- delegation that efforts will be egress. eWO.OOO.:
A. a rough estimate Longsaid
were not Injured. 1 Lake. After adjourning make the'IDIl'Un. I the tax; roll will Jump lola Little's place In Reno about peeled. until the season "opens j jup Resigns Post mad to correct! the situationby Well at least the courthouseIs Novak returned Frld.ynl..hI

According to FHP Trooper) temporarily: to { 2:30: s m Sunday. big" In stand two -Wseks committee action and.. If back on the surndaWhere .. from Washington where
of( from II million to about 130 I
J, M Hollls. who Investigatedthe an on-the-spot Inspection i million, but that the Pollcs report that Kvallna I Htarks Recreation Director that falls by police 'll..n. do we so from here,I h* held conferences with M.

accident both ears were the area however" this extension : too: drop proportionately.millageshould had. gone to the rest room at Hearing TuesdayOn Frank Owstey' has resigned .Accept*.! tile bill of. A. W bays? Where do we HU fromnereT I K. Johnson director of ..arketlng .

travelingsouth on U S. 301. was dropped as being I I Little's& and that. James Pen- I effective rrtd.ly.nd will stsrt VanVatln. to operot the for Northrup NVjrtrtm-"

MrCDlakey: was some about expensive to include In the I list at this time,
about 40 mph and Dr a overtook priority I Drag Racer to "invade, .her prlvery" by the recreation program In airport on payment. olI2.1i for Nurthmp Corporation In
Not Included the Willis CaseA
Into the on priorityly dimr Bound Over t> Wai-
him the 4 ,
and ran breaking through I'aUlka. flwsley has been director : ) p.r year VanValln was Washington<< r Larry
so-caned Speedelite -
left rear end> of eM Oldamo- 1 was Road which: had been in I J'i Faces 4 ChargesIn When Fender broke through.I hrsrlns ...mto/ held In her for almost twoyeah. ; littsd. appointed. to serve ai, ton dlreoeur of * blIP causing an estimated I4H I scufr.e ensued. according''' to caretaker at the airport fo2O > of Northrup Corporation -
damage DPf'.' 1999 Ford had fourth place on the H4 list.= J County Court police, during; which the -woman '' County Judg's rourt nextTuesday <: month. r To Circuit Court horn office. Beverly
This road Is a continuation of j on.i motion for anew James IlluiidworUi.. chairman per I
.SCO damage to the rlgh stained render's arm with Hills; Douglas' McFarland.'
SR 21A. southwest of Silver A young Starke drag racer trial flied Frb I by attorneys of the Iterreatlnn Hoard" Hard. a report by Councilman .
front blame. necessitating 40 vice and generals
: Padgett, f face* S razor Norman II Wllll' Mill Warren. chairman nl president
Lake. and runs south to I The Oldsmobile traveled 102 stitches, render was taken tonrsdfonf A Negro, Issaso j manager, of Paclno"\ Curtainit
Highway 21 between Keystone four charges of traffic: viola- of Jacksonville Willis weefound i has not yet hen" found the Airport Committee, rslating
feet from the point of Impact County Iloeptts! and I 34, of Olustes, was. bound wall. InCl. of California, prs-
Itetgbts and Melrose.rrles.ry I i I dons when Ms case comes ur rutltv on Jan 20 In ) for Owsley, but that there < progress<< t'rward' rshablll
coming to rest In the west later transferred C'', the Medics \to Circuit Court Tursdsr by englneerd List :1: In County Court her on Frt county Judg- court on two were several applicants. for Sating the fsclltty
ditch, .! Center In Osmesville. County Judge T A. Yawn a subsidiary. of Northrup;
The four Included i 123 counts of using .lewd and the < reromm.sdaton o
projects Job, srvl thai prospectswould >n
Dos. was charged' with following Tender was wreck on the primary road list were: i I Me was arrested by the lascivious. language over r b* 'Interview! during Warren approved the r"lu..1c.I | I ..
too> closely I for disorderly conduct byahUnl' Stances. of asssuit with Intentto floe of Installation and Logistics
approximately/ 1, The ao-eaUed Hydrocarbons : ,, Flolda/ Highway" Patrol on Frt' tele-phon' the next few day. IU..t-1 Tony tiafcsr that h" rem ,|
happened at and public Intoxk-a murderThrew In The Pentagon.Novak .
Road from Hole I! 1 on the following' counts Jude T \ Yawn withheld the .
at 1390Colley Scout worth sail l there would bs no four more acres *l airportfor
Urea Walter
7'33 m other defendants
p bridge< on SR 231 to the town Improper muffler Improper tfcmAlthough *di',iHrstior| of guilt after the lapse In activities at the r"- raising ornamental shrub-I sold that sccordlngto
RoadGood of Brooker by way of 8R 235 taco reckkta driving wlllfu Mayor Randal. verdict and gave WI111V ..t.tortll'J' creation center. and that, the I Iwry Rental was sit at 112 PsiiI/ Foster. r also known the proposal!, the center,
Chltty said he could understand Paul Ashley I. Ronald
s* her would stress electricaland
rand and restating atrent IS dan In which to file
2. The reworking and resurfacing wanton program will be carried on by per rear.
the women's Indignation I Isw.r.lt. and WlllUm E. Da-
of Highway It from without violenceIn motion for a new trial. volunteer until a new director slevtrvmecnanlcal vocation
Turn under the circumstances, .b. I II via_ (escspresl I from a InlandVolusls t *.
his disposition the arresting I
Is named
still warn not justified In resorting Scouts Collect County priSOn camp .
coon4 '
officer Trooper L. N The curriculum Ia I being develuped -
I to. rssor blade ss Local Foursome Owsley' Is purchasing anorm waived. preliminary "hrarlngi,
I 3. The so-called Hamptoncutoff j Fowler' said he saw Padgett Good Will by th* FSU College ,
means if reperatkMV. that Is under construction and were also bound over to
SAT. FEB. 1.1 fSR 3311 J from U a |I drag racing on 8R-330. and Wins Pro-Lady In Ps talks, and he cal' !Bags SaturdayI Circuit Court."Immona tit Mutation: of which Dr I
PleaHave Knnrf; Will 301 South through' the town captured him only after along his will there Mode Stone Is dean.
i In JaxA family move asrain
Tourney I
of Hampton. chase at high, speed Schools[ Observe Is charged with Novak said. that other
flags Ready To Re PIcked .. It Is computed i I Hoy Hcwjts will COlWet no
I Lincoln City Negro
4. The resurfacing of 8R a foot race after Padfttt a- : shooting a
Coverem.nt-own.d sites
Its Ry Scout And Dental Health eta rk' foursome' hradedr : Cloud Will bags this "Haturday during an are
John '
; 1A between SR 100 (_Jthlan4 ) bandoned hie car : '
Cubs by !9) .\.) I Week In pro Honvr Wood capturedrw Local Legislation I It bats are not collected argument In a Hampton l weds available la Florida! for Job
the Salvation Army Camp I i!I JsrkJwn villa Amateur! Dolt :l by III. m. persons hsvi January 33 H'* Is free Corps purposes, and h* feels.\ r
on Bedford Lake, a distanceof Hearing Postponed on that If Florid is to ..at"
i! Association t I'm-lAdy Tournament i Ing them are asked la bond.
about one mne. $31,000 Racing Health Week Is j under M.ftOO
si Pine Tree bit 944.4991 1. or bass may. be ., will be
training center it at
Par Mar Ft* Left At I Before approving the Bethel Checks Mailed obiwrved this week In theelementary Until March 5 I Ii ., The three escapees were
l Club In Ja< kionirine Mondayardlnr < brought to the pick-up station
inn-Dixie "PkU-op Sta- Church Road on the secondary schools of Bradford I i caught' near Lawtey on Jsnusy the Blending ""' ..ton.If. / .
tion.ThU. Hat. the CDmmUefcm voted I To 67 Counties County. Dental health1materials. I an 11 under" par 11. i np. A J Thomas Jr announced iat Stark Plasa on W Msdlton :33 a* they attempted to ask..t that 41 proposals

to ask the State Road Department -\ Including posters.1 j' Wood making his tint ape I yesterday. that the' 84.Masonic' catch a train north They' had are now on Ale. with the office
to straighten th* road Checks for 131.(OOO were booklets, charts and dentalf pearsrv-f in the monthlyA hearing on proposed local !broken Into a house north of!
before It enters SR 330 In order |( mailed this week to eaeh) ofj j j have been distributed nU. wh.eh: are stated at>' 1 le uutiwi for the 194) session Lodge fltarke and taken food. clothIng of Economic: Opportunity

Spare Contributed to eliminate two right angle Florida's .counties as their'I an elementary classrooms. I various clu'>e in the area had> has been pnetporird until Fills and eooklraf utenalis.Lrverett and that only four will be approval .

Weekly to Pnblieiic turns which one commissioner i I store of the ".IInI:
Community EvenU by said would make the I track tax fund tftstubutlan.f SMlstanU have visited tn I team comprised: of amateurs* The ,hearing had previously| tionI lave up when, confronted by training. centers have already

road a death tap.On I f, Each county has already re- many of the classrooms explaining BbMl Jotns Genre McRa: teen set for Thursday. Pea I, I.wtey Marshall ,.,. 1 M Jordan been approved, one each In

The CommunityState the Anderson 8cbool.road. !.j I reived a total of 1102.000 the. good dental healthhsMts and Lois Mclntlr, toured the l It I A ftperla) Communication of and Foster 44. wa .p- Maryland Pennsylvania. NSW
a short segment west of far tn the 1944-45 fiscal year to the children. I front side In 39 and cam The meeting will te held In Bradford Lodge No 3A. F tt'I' lured a few hour later whenhe

Bank US 301 to the old Lawiey cutoff : This is a $10,OOO tncremee over | rUms and fUmstrtpe] have beck In 3} strokes for Its win. the courthouse and an persons -AM I will be held at 7 3O p was. spotted hiding under abridge J..riy, Oregon, California,

was eliminated since aer-1!I the ...,.. period duringtb. *, been
Continued( on Page Two]! previous fiscal: year. I thismporlant/ A total of If frxjreonvs, rated' .in local bills see invited :I' purpose of conferring the ilAll I three .re being held< In I so far In the Southeast.

; PfCI competed In the tournament to appear low Craft Z>srt.. 'the Bradford County Jail.

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of naokkr l is..u'a )f tin ,
:Mrs Charlotte :Muhlliofer: FIRST BAPTIST Brailfii
1 ",r/I, / k.Uw.rJ:: i 'm ''...rk .mil. ti, nivi, a >pj 11r'. if ,.inliolllr i ', uiitv. T. ..li'Kra.phWtcifiiB .
Keystone Heights Is a patient fllfRCII.: STARKE :2 1 II I SI 2 I l'so'rlf" V Knlglil Alt.mirjr tm. ,, my hand Mnrl tti" ,. ,
1 In the SUiiko. NuisiiiK HomeL. Sermons for Sunday. Feb. "I'lulniiri. I'. '.) JMHWII K ..r Nalfl, Court. nt Mtarki.. Fl .
"' uP' .vrt5'rI"'" HtarkiKlnrlilit., not lnt Cr i tip.' .itMactb l fi. tIllS' Ktru. 10, laii"
F. Smith Sr. H visitlnfrMr. 14: Morning Son Give Me i TO IMM|.nl.t "! '..l,,J'DlI "rlO"" I;i, inns otlierwlKe' (halli .' aI'3A..i: ry..
I and Mrs Wllllnm C Your Heart I IPro. 23:20: ]. I 1 Xutiuin !. 'Kcrrb irlvim,. untli-i.. ,. I< >...."..... of tr. uinviiu. ( :: A. k'thrled. liurl.r,. .
Smith and daughter' In Bogota Evenlnn-..The Righteous Doth, th. tt.nv9.l.'n.l at Hvlluil' 5115.511. I II I "cutnplHlnt" / will I- t..k.0..1 ..n .un. .,'''..''"I A\. C'"k: of culd CircuIt,, (('...,
\ Florida.' .iHtiiKHvn, the lorpnin1linn / ly you Tlilit' notlii 2/11 '
GLADYS MOOTY Columbia South America I Sing and Rejoice (IPro. ,23:81.: I I llntml hvlitw. I II li. niimo. !... I II lie nnhllfihi.tl,.. In lilt' lltiftt iniii' 41 I
for BevcrHl. wcoln] During hIs Schedule of regular crvlc-: I 'InK liHorjfflratiMl! .. und.'r| tlc law-

Phone 961-0651 ,' absence Mr nd :Mrs Huiry : jrd8urijess4or( Worship; 11 .a. 'm. and 7:30: p. i I .it.""".Klurlilit,1',111 .fit an.th'..HvaiillnK Humility' t" lilt>>fl

----- i i, Seller of Asheville N. C. are m. tiuiKtay School: tt.43: a, m. I Ilfuil i,, minli, fiirimmtlon. ..i>i'..nrt-
I Smith here. i d..II''I".ne' fur .h.otellI: > yfuii. .
limiting Afis ta
6:15: I ,
'Tt'alnlnatlnlon. P.
Mi' and Mrs Emllo Ocncrcux Mrs John Dcas and Alva AT snore I li the fillnn of ni'nrthI
or Mass, !' Local admitUncfS to Brad- Wherein Wednesday; Family Nlht.I .n.l payment nf l.".'. IIn"- tin,
Spi Ingtlcld. Duncan of Lake City were | the winter closes In I busy: in her husband's store.
I' this > Supper. 6:15 School p.o"h.lon.' "t 8..11.. CO5.:: I II FLORIDA
ford County Hospital! : Sunday I
$ Thrusday to Sunday visitors of Mr. I and have and :
IIpl'nl Wednesday weather The
I we ze..o sun Is shining now : I )rliirM K' 'S t tales., unit I tin C nmloi, "i'I
'NU.II. ) Mi, and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. E. W. Hayes.Mrs. {( week Include: Mrs. Ruby K i i and snow. I hear from my the wind blowing.: Gabby i it w oncers: Meeting 6:4: ; Prayer I th* rovU1nni. of nnl.l Mtti'tlun
I Beckham of I llawthoinp: Hoii '-| :Meeting, 7:45.: 1(15.76.( ..'..1.'I "Orn.Mrs., W. II Hart Mrs Edith | I dear pupils at Clay hill and I 1 lying in the sun on the living .....
'orloratt..n hwa I. e'la'wl Ms
i Joe CJ. U1 i : Letter Crews returned I Christiansen. and d Mr and', bert ,"V. Suliivnn. think of days gone by. room floor. He is lots of company ,, t''' ) illMvilutl'in and that
home Monday after two weeks Mrs. Ellis Thornton visited I dens. :Mis\ :Mildred Grifns I Old books old friends aie and I share my chicken .MADISON STREET BAPTIST: lhrr. Ct> '\aioitllm. after 1..1"| oft I :
Brooks MmInoK CIILRC1I; I S Ihl. bhi i'Bllon 'h vurnurnlion -
Mrs. Irene M flu HIII THEATRE-
in Rlveislda for ob-I Margaret Manning and I best I
Hospital Mrs. and hamburg and: whatever I llMtml t.-l low. linn not In tin
900 Block West SI.I
se-v.ttlon and treatment, ] Mr. and Mis. Jesse Smith In Kiipellen. Kmiat Garrett Old things are loveliest eat. His coat shines and he U : iiinnntim* mini, its r.porlS| dueUrn .
Ann Fuquav XVealey Regular Ser'vlc:1I Ea hLod's tI..eI. "to'd' II".. in i..," ,.i I", u.s tadel'"
Alt, Davis Jacksonville Shirley he I I
and Mrs. 11. O. on Swnday. The olden peace the olden so full of lit,. When I sing. ... OPENING TIME
1I..tI. 11".3''I.KlnrlJu
prowlOul'N of
and daughter of Gainesville I Mrs. James O Ctldwell attended Thoniut. Patsy Gi IfflH. Harry i iRedlUMb. i i quiet ways. puts up his head and howls Day.Sunday I $tt&iIe.. will I..> .......11t' I- MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
'PI'I vi.sitlnfj; Mrs. Lucille Da- a meeting of thaHousekeepers Craig Bryan and Donna In bleak winter lot? and J t.ie; to keep a tune. I School 0.45: A: M.. fled. '. the L I Cavlnrd. all of Starke; 'i Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Ht.to of Kloilil,.. who will/ |lest U. 6:45: P.M.
'%l I01 z \ Tuesday evening. Association at A whirlwind of white snow. laugh and laugh. .
S 1."tI..t I Ilivi I ilnio fiJNnolvlnv I
\1'8 J E.: Hardy and (1Ub' the J, Hlllls Miller Hospital in Rov l 11. Flak of Melrose; and! '!j I I 0 heart 11! lost, April thenI Out in Nebraska, a terrible I Training Union' 8:15: P. M. sit Id .....|.irii, l'.nHnrilv JATURDAY 1:00: ,SUNDAY 2:0:
"4 Mrs: Klile: Norman' end Tarn- Evening: Worship 7:30: P. M., nr./"I/ t'otnlv,
Lerwere guests of Mr. and Gainesville on Satin day ]I I Seems wonde.ful again thing .has happened My Wednesday I' Htothoi, I'r, 1.," I
..u Mm J K Wilson in Tampaon Mrs. R. A Thomas was nile Coibott of Lavtey.Mr Old books old lends arc neighbor across the strjet was Family ln-., 81I1rll.. .
SwHav and Monday: and transferred from the J. Hulls ". A.1.:\ Sieg of OainCH- best- in a downtown tmnn sill for I' Night and Worship Servicesbeginning I r"I l ls further' llrr'I:lul i II>:,iii' I" Thurs., Fri. Feb. 11, 12
vllle was visIting filends hereon I 6:30: P. M. of S Ihl* a tie* !I.e. pulillHli' '
oUi-mlod the Oiispnilllu. Miller Hospital to the StaikeNursing Old love Is loveliest) some I't'ason'shot a young .d tlin ,
on. iJn the Uradfoitlfiiiiiity
A Warm Welcome. will be U6U ,tKfb HI mdicMl, ntou
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Martinez Home las.t Satuiday. Saturday Charles Hanson Towne man 29. three times and killed I Tvliciii! "|>li. m ii,ra'l iuipiM' (
an family of Mandarin Mrs. Lola Johnson is in In- Lawrence 1Ilortch) and : extended to all who will come. published' In $Mtnrk. f lnrUlu I Iriwklrh. 1
: the
were So time marches on and we him. They called young .
Rev. Felder L: riiunty I tI.> h..ni< ..tt:E. ..f !
of Staikeand Pastor.
!; ::! IQjjk
h visliln-: Mr and Mrs. Joe dianapolis. Ind ton two weeks David E D.gseil have wind and snow Yesterday man Tuffy H3 had been in the ab'! ... iiatlorp'.rtetl'.i, Inliowtl

M n' ct (rout Sunday t visiting her son..in-law and Bioxvaid! Qnlncy of Lake I wes Sunday and below the Navy. had a wife ani I In |b. I xi ,ntvil
in Doc In Wltn..j. ''',...r...' t h.... before
Butler are patients WC1T.U.
nl.iy daughter. Mr. and Mrs. O. S.
: zero when I walked to church. three children. My neighbor Jig rsunro act '\'mv hunil ..to", '
:5.1 "I 111'K A. E McKln I Rjbatts and family tor' Hospital. I carry mv lesions and books threw the gun away an-J I utinctl. til. Jnut. Stud .r 'h.I lltmlts j

..... hey idf "I..!' '1n Mr anr" Cpt and :\lr'J.! Vernon Mr. and Mrs Ed Trent. and and my tight! hand really got would not tell what he did \I "In the house of the I "State" t ..r Vl.rld.i.. to b.. ."ffi..d'I I ( _
Tahinhas.p.' th, ( ,1. 1"1-
Mr B: J Hrr'n or Orlando Oifnn: and family] of Tampa I Mr rind :Mrs' A. Tony of cold. I got warmed up in time with it. 'My, stepson burled I Righteous In much Trra- th" Stir day uf ftelMuao. 'aithi II > ,
(' r tho vki'ti'l." I. n"rt! I. H spent Friday to Monday with 1 I WoodbrkljO. N J. Were Monday to play the organ for Sunday Tuffy and my neighbor is in I are': In the revenues of theI 1M*r,. love Is where

S-lIazl>1I uf Jjfcs ii/Ule on Sat111 Mr. and Mrs. W. .... Olcnn i i afternoon visitors of )Mr. School I love my church and jail. So taverns often bleed: I wicked' Is trouble." Proverb I, (II 10:A TOM 1.1 APtMMHUCJtlCTAUV I you BUT find what it.tan..

U 'da v Mrs. E. D. T;nly" were week- I unit Mra. E Q Patz. class. If I go to the hospital. tragedy and sorrow. 15:6.: (.!' BTATR you do about it _ _
: Air and MM' r li r "vdi- nd guests of Mlai Virginia Charlie Cowen was I' mrfll- I have a promise that my FRUIT COCKTAIL CAKE; It I I'' at 60 BU.OW!?

a 'were In Snvamn'i OT r. I .-".T In Tampa 'cut patient In St. Vincent's grandson will take job 3 4 .. --- .
; my One, cup pour; .cup sumr I. 'I < Irralf ( uitrt Of 'I'.hiIlunik
: Sunday visiting Mr Dnl I MiA .Ml. and Mrs. II. D. Shelton I II Hospital ,the first of the week. over He is married to my 1 teaspoon, soda.' t t tsp. salt Monlfil. f,\lilii l.l.. YOM will IIIIH bH ..........rirmll <.' .rwslsu.S.OH ..MCYISCcC.CSATURDAY

n Walker. Michigan were Saturday Mis Jack Eaves and chilI granddaughter, April and his Mix together and add 1 egg' l hv I loti c'itjr ('o..n"1'I at Hi rvinlvol,. Cite 11 flnrldn...,,,, ,Sn. 11Va. ..%.mi......' fur..,.. HrnrfCiiri
Miss Joan Tilln, xl.ltori of 1\1's. Elfle( Johns.Mr. I chen spent Monday and Tuesday P.' *"" ''''. KlftrlrtH at the FEBRUARY 13
: Mundyvof: : name is Steve Swim. He Is and 1 No. 2 can, of fruit coik- Hull City ".wt ia-ins' : : -
a Viasse111 visit her 'nioth1-) II n'I Mil. Gene Para- : with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. | quite an athlete and many In taU) T.Oil' "In-."IIM StnrXo.!k P. ,M.riurliln mi. '1.a..I..y., until Kimann. ilrorri I. "flalnlifr "

: Mrs W. B Mundy, over the IK.IC "f r-nincMvtlJo )h.we rent- Williams In Brunswick.! Oa. my class play basketball.Yesterday Put this mixture In a baking Murrli. jinil Ilm5. at nlilih tlmr Italpb T. i>r- .n.op.nr HI'IT<
S wf'l'krnd. I led, the :Munhcu\( cottage on I Mr. and Mis. IS. B. Trescott church I dish and crumble on top ana I Im plw. all blito. rovi-lvrd' will Th" HI..t.. (Or Klorldu' Tllulpli
atter puliltily niivnud end .. .
r ml .
Mr. And'wa !t-r' '. and family of Daytona Beach & T. ilrcvn w :tiuKo reaI'i.'ti.znd
and Mrs. Keith Oillfn loud
; was !Invited to my son's home 3:4: cup brown sugar and iin Ib* futlowlnif .
addreMN !I. unkanowrtYou :
bam were,visiting tier patents, Jeff Toroilo of Galnenvlllc were weekend guests of MJr.I for dinner, Rachel Is lswlfe's cup nut meats chopped: Bake aniMily Kuinlnlilnic' of a twelve./' nnnith* ., MTV h..by nutld'il thntth 1 & :n,.! U) 6i1Wr <_ iV"W
Mr and Mm. Ouy Sale ovei pent :the "'N'lcf",1,\ with hlnfather I nnd Mrs. V. J. Spenaler. at 350 degrees for 4J mln uriunil. to 3 ../nmi .* oniplalnl. In (thi. IMMC ufgilNnnn : LMl"nHj'a'
name and a most wonderful tit fhlorlni.' I In l'." 3 b.yIln.l.rs .
tin weekend .- I 13:fly! Torode and i Mr. and Mrs: Jim Chasteen daughter she has proved HELPFUL IflNTS. Make pot d"llvi>r" l to Miark. Hatth| T.* Orvon.tlro.*n, tlnfvifLff|itfVnilnill." ".r"1,, \\ ". WR '" \W W.f ,

Douxtas and Eldon Hardy IIl'unIpltt'f'< t 'i. :Mi\ ', and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon to be for over 27 I holders for everyday use out KlorlilaTin.. :.Nn It- 152, now pvixllnv' I In. >. p ( BOB 1JMINGSPT'4tc\ ; ii': ,
years. alit
I! Sllcox and their children at- f'liy rvHorvrn the.rIght f'lri'lllt..I ('eCu.r I .., l lira ii lf.ird i'nun. WINCTTtf' .lW4IMSO'I.; tl:00 ..
were in W. I K. TorcxJu ( FfflNKIB
.Tttjan. .011;';jTursdiiy1o i j 1 love her so very much. She of worn! stretch socks. Remove I lo acvupt or rvjmt any 'or" ly. Klorld, In I.tan..r. ,in, I
attend the funeral "of,thalijincle Mrs.. M. Ii Watson! of Daytona tended the National Chil- had such a wonderful worn rubber threads. Cut off .11 tidl. .which ).tii Mere iifmntiMllyRiTTfiil l Ma .Ne'AvalPtHUNJceuo'/ OC.
: C. B Hants.Sui Dsath Is Mis.L dien's Dental Health Weekparty dlnner'j' I'lTV UV' oTARKK.: KUllllIIllir .\ with him. .fee,. .
vlultlng prnreii
foot for ..
I from roast beef and M.rrlll IMwcnlitMIKUIII : '/ .. ..... .-..
anipnilml '
llalntlf ew'-
paddlnll"j *o thAI tli- 5 -SflN SPI--- -
a and MeL Chancy C. Adams this week while I I at the Civic Auditorium mashed potatoes. Harvard stitch all around the! ': < KDWAfiiiH.: CIT\ n..*...".. illvdri'n
: Johns and Mr. and M.I'*. :Mr.\ Adams la a patient In St. in Jacksonville Sunday: after- I beets, scalloped corn. baked crochet with bright l'J.I IIK ,tnalnl'.nancv) with, ull 'ihnthfr Plus -
>' I| 2lIa'2U, relIef .""lfh' 1n. .tin ,M,
attfthd'ed UIP Vincent's noon.Mr.
HoHpltal beans two kinds of salad blanket stitch around edgeMake ,
lii Ins I Mimplalnt Von" ill' hirr*
: funeral) of ... Cecil.\Webb in Rep. and Mrs A J. Thomas and Mrs. J. II UuPrs:! I plrkles. and frozen dessert a loop to hang up by < tl.I. IOiSMtls brufjulrrd to fll. v '&ai 1 anawHin .

Tampa on Satuiday.Mra Jr. and family visited the ;': visited Mr. and Mrs. H. N. with chocolate cake. Such a cross stitch through middle: by HitalKil tlm llnurd bliN Kill of Unnil ho Tr"ro, rlVMl..,..., I the 'oniplalnt. ainen.d I. ,' I JOoOODiecps! meet .OOOBihjnis.: .. ,

U O.' W. fjirrmr .of Quln- State Pair In Tumipa on Sat- DiiP.e in Live Oak: Sunday. feed I After the dishes were Cover the Ironing board with a I ">, HIM I'Hy or Htnrkc, Klullilu.ut .. . .. . .. I .

S "-y H visiting -.Mrs."' 'J. M 'jnliiy I Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. H. i done, we just sat and talked plustltf'fry-cleaning. bal: when xiark lltu. filv Klorliln..;'lerk: : until a *dm I'tJ,... n i in, I I "" '" ____I, : FRANKIE AVALON ANNETTE! fUNICELLO "

S ""Mitrliell" 1 Mr. and l MI'.. Cyril Reynolds C. RItch. and Mis*! Florence which was fun not in use. ,link I I'. ,in. .." 'riKmluv. l I he Snil II I IUiv I Kit*. &. ? SrANINa IN .,

S :;. Mr and Mrs. VrfittSr: ) Sndw of Philadelphia Pa. Jennings attended the Region I Just baked a loaf of bl'e"d As the days pass I find mv- wh-h| of tl mi Mo.. .'<"h..1 A ulnn, II all Mus.bliln nl, MnSClEDFllcnl'A1tIW'

"tf /Dublin, Ga. spent 'J'ueRday I were lust Wednesday' over. al Library Board meeting in and four rolls I eat t the rolls self longing to gee Clay Hill revrlvnl will I I I !I". rlOlhlh-ly- .,..|..iiiliinil : I

.U .fct, i TJiursdny willi Mr." and' ,night,; guests of Call. and Mm.T. Gainesville Mrs. J. Sunday A. O.-lffln.afternoon.Mrs. I while they arc hot and the : and my good young: man, th" reed nlnuii, on HID folluwInr : M A"'CAN'NT.'O""I.'N' COLOR : ) .,::.

Mra. L. P. Vinln'I{.. .: : T. Long. Robert Jackson and Mis. V j loaf of bread I toast A slice I Mortician Westberry OiifflsIII I Twrlvimnnthii mipnly. at fu.l 01964 American, |Int.'n.I..1. l picture
each mninlnit for ll. uppriitlumti'ly I ll'tOnoI 5<,
.. S J. Spengier attended a tea lint many of my school chllrtren -, I :3ft.noil, (I'.I1..i.' 3 PI.l ..rlfin1 '
.. Wednesday honoring Mrs. W. I like home made bleakfut.// to see th, great water I 1.11 I to i-imrnrin to ,pm-m' AndPARTYgang
egg\ and milk! and oaks with hanging I (minim uf """,'rl... IVIr..l"um Charley -
pS E Webb at the home of den moss. the InMiiut.
Fu-l l nil I
iiium' nut
1. and Mrs Henry .McMillan in gar!, salt. and yeast It toasts snnd. the streams, and the I hiivn I,15 her miU I ., "'',mi' l Hi I ii n
SS St. AuRustlnc.! a delicate brown. blue sky To visit the OCl'anAud I 1 lior :'SoI hjr wrlHht Tnr ftiliii E. ; noes DRJIOSTflIPs.
niiLiiiiiBodcock > Ii in.h.r inu.r b. a minimum l
Mr. and Mis W. J. EPPOT-\ I om glad to report that ntj i hear the waves come roll of 4 a. ,\l I II| hlil,' |I.rl.'i.. 'iiiunlli :
on and family spent the last life Ii taking 01R llttt, I inn' In. since I ,have! my pen I himml un JurkiMinvlliii. I. I ii-rni, Johns

weekend In Tampa and St moaning< At first after' Don! sions. I can live anywhere so iniil.t II'ttllnwnni"'* .pin. frolHht ln... vuntrm ,I !l; -, [ t.; ALL NEW

Petersburg with relatives was killed.' I could see no 1 question! myself WilY NOT Tim'' vnlil. H.inril. ,i.r II.nil T.-...-

1: ,Thy /Bttiendwl the State Fair. light no future without 1>on. VISIT OLD SCENES when I I.-.. riKTvr* the rlithi'. in a.'ept. l lit .ibout I this questIon| > : ____________ ..-e cJ
: 'e"I U lint! also visited Miss Sally ,: I l lotrird< : to dip im.be free of* ret outof 'lirf.) ."h 'pltal? lOod rorJor"1.in ill I I ,"The new furniture *\ AN AMCItlCAN' : INTCRNATIONAU' PICTUHt
Ann Epperson at the P1ol'ldaPresbyte1'1an heartache and loneliness. Ii j jI bless you / 'lty I.if Wturlt*. PlniMitM.trill "
think cveiyoneLOVE k'lwa-d.: .. TV nt houKbt! at1'
ColIcKe I I the reason' we widows LURA we
I Uy Men III r.dwnrdii.; ,i-| rl.
'Mir <
so lonely at first I Is the 'l'hrlHtmmtUml'I'm sure Mon. Tues. Feb. 14 15 16
: M.'. and Mrs. Robert Kelly 1"1't' I :Ill! II I I 144..tI ,
.. we are' free and not needed Cabinet ,our Household Fire policy
: ;Made IWsible With :\Iltn- and son of Oalnesvllle wre I Okays
,Uy Special/ Arrangement I I I. M>U mix
Sunday dinner! guests of \ i 1 nnytnOl'e.VII have always! ufiicturers. Full Carload Purchases Earn (;reaterI 1\11"1 $2,272 Work
: I thoiiutit of our husbinds first .. .
and hy hI i 'fly I Ciiiini-ll of th' i'll) also received and A PUUUC ATtNuhoigrlOInss. TI1EW1UJESTJAMfS )
Mrs. J. R. Kelly. i cameras
I hs'ounts--1'h) Loner Prices.$ I and the chlldien Suddenly weart" .f l hlurlii'' rlnrlilii. ci i tin, i'lty
U Miss Sharon Da via. ofOnlnesvilie At Gold Head Mull, u In. Mtnrkp.. "I.n.| ., until' (reporting. eiMNln. I floes the .
p all on our own and we I I : .ill" ",'Inrl! f M I nn Tii.M.I..r ,Charley f;. Johns lIpS SPY ADVENTURE
spent wlik- AJe't'I1Cflad"l
led so selfish! no one to work I Mar) Viol, |1952 nt, which tie..
: \ / tUf !rnd with her uncle and aunt.DI' for nor to boss us. So now I', authorized The State CMDlnet has of'', nnd. pliti, .. all I I hid. r..I ve.I will I( a pott-Christmas! GARNER A HAN EVER LIVED!
and Mrs. J. ,V. Biownlee. the expenditure !10" nuhll.lv I "I".t\l nn.l r"ad S' ,
SS have bpvtm' to live almost I neatly $2.272 for work at Ooldl ,lOIMl .III! 'III,.. fullOWllllflliiriilitr i survey of Insurance!' 1 policies 1 EVA MARIE _

S 1 \ I DELUXE STEELCABINETS Mr. and :\01:8. M. Hait/ell of each day. doing only what I'I Head Branch State Park. Tht, I watMiliiir I a i'uinftlnuitpU ,I. to he mire of reasonably -
S. '{ Astattila were weekend visit want to do. I have no one to 'funds will be used to provide :, "' ..,lin. ..'.10mill Aiiprfiiilniut.unllonIII. 23.0HAJ rrrtntMM .. I good coverage"Charley
I ors of Dr and Mis H OBolllnner please, 'I I Ira
.HIAVY OUAOI MITAI no one to care whathanpens ]a waterline to the new camp1lug nnll'.n' .* Abovr iiuniilItlv..I$ fur II
US and! Dr. and Mis. or So I : j >)1' ", ..nlh |>t MKfD-ON. eNAMEl FINISH anything .
F E Btilllngcr. area and for construction/ Tin' "lit .,f Htmkr,. ,.eet. ,iHie i\.... '
S S :. OVKK-8INH' CniHNKTS: ': !\ drift along as happily as I ,of picnic tables and "gilll for '',, rUlit' In *tt"t't '>r r.jnimy C
: I .
Mrs. Aden !MeKnlifht attended can. or .11 Mil
S : 12.PU ?_ _. .n.0,1 I I the .camp sites "'ID of Him. It. 'r-lonjn' '. ,
U- M" _. $I8.UJ: the Public Health I have some messages from II I I 131 S. Walnut St. y

S 80" __ .._ 11I10.0:1: ,Nurse Supervisors conferenceat some of myoId pupils who .PHONE !fH-O1I1! :! I
SI the State Board of HealthIn were such wonderful boys. EDWIN JOHNS -
SS DELUXE METAL SINKS Jacksonville last Thursday. Clifton Carter was suds a

S.. 41" link .. $4*..5 Jane Adams and Phyllis good natured boy and I enjoyed -
S $4" Sink. ..... .7..'S Darby spent the weekend .COMPI.KTKSCKV1CC ; ;
teaching him. He said
I .6'Slnk ..... .0'.95
S 10% D.wi. tUvfm with Janice Vickers. In Biunj- Hollo to his old teacher by INSTALLATIONS

S wick Oa. while Renee Belote Lela Mae Caiter Also MaiLlce
FREE.; E14TIM.tTESPhone ;
of Keystone Heights \lsited Johns now a Deputy Sheriff .

S.S .- Pam Thompson! also in said to say "Hello" to me. He .
... B.unswlck: was the best boy In school

5 Mis. Eollne Smith and Mrs The 8th grade I believe when TO REALLY SAVE ON THE OVER-ALL
S Dour. i" I 11.lt I ,} I
Dick Smith and children visited I left and I oiomoted him.

5 I.. ::: Spoor Itluhle'. ".Ut,} Mr and Mrs. Tom SmithIn I I He was good in ) COST OF YOUR NEXT CAR-

S .. I'TILirV'AIIIMTS' I II Athens Oa from Thursday I always ,mathanell//

S ( '; !! to Tuesday my future SERVICE

: SingleS I feel like starting PHONE 51-2600<

my dog and driving straight I DeWitt C. Jones
S DOWN Funeral Home
1 OMIVItt AMICABINET"" Lake Road through to Clay Hill and my
5U dear I often think ,
pupils. of
S 01CAIINIT Up On List Hazel Miwley. Orlffls She lives DeWitt C. .Jones RtfrUtcred Funeral Director

S I IAIlrn at Highland used to write Starke., Flo.

S I I Continued! From Page onel often but the years kept her,If RENTAl. SERVICES I

S KITCHEN 0t.' '' D..eU CABINETS oral! commissioners said it was:!f 1 HonplUl! D.d% Wheel ChaIr CnitchM

II; not In the proJect as oiialnai- II I
7" WH. 'a"'D.., -
S ,
,.." Wish : $2995 ly planned. : Methodist Church i i
1i.oooowiirS ; The decision to limit the '',
a secondary list t was challt'naed' Schedule for the week:
S S '..nrIu I" Top, by Commissioner Je "ie Chas-| Sunday Church School. PAINTING -

.. U.F. C.\IUNtTt4: Lain who said tho Board had 9.li: *.n. :Membership\ Training ;

S S ),I 16" __ _. ...s.o.1: 1TS always approved much longer ClHsi. 10 a.m. Morning Interior

S *l" _- I1T.U.1 list and she saw no objection -' Wornhlp. It a.m. Snack Supper .

S air -.---. $:-I.9S: r I to following that practice. '. for MYF. 6 p m. Youth Exterior

S I 1l)" ,:m.If,1 Other members of the I) :Meetings, 8:30: p.m. Evening I III IG<;I ilKST I : QUALITY wonK

S _,_ slut I 0) Drllvrrs Board however. held) that It I Worship 7.30: p.m. Choose the car you want then get the I.*,,* rnu"nt..hClCd
IS Any Cublnct was unrealistic to call for the Monday -Wenleyan. 8ul>-l\l'-\ FREE; ESTIMATES; : See how
I our toomial
S S building of toads when funds, trlrt MYF minting lit WoitliInjrton C1 1.L" eajytorcray :' -
I 'L. I were obviously not Spring. 7-30: p m auto loans can save you money on theg'1r'.L11
: ,...I.h.wtt'' In other action avaUllble'f 1 Wxhiewliiy, Prayer. Meet Joe Boyer 969-4171 : cost of lOut next car; or truik.FLORIDA..

S 14'S ,__ .,... J'. __ $1lfS mission. Inic. Chimed" Choir ,., .
S .. -Approved the request' of I! 7::30 p.m. Commission ht..lt'j' ..
S 411 We..t WashinKton!'\ .
S II M L. Nlelson of the Sinclair Hleni.. 8:30 pm. _
Oil .t Gas Co. of TuUa. Okla Thursday" Morning Pelf

: No Fuss No Hoi her-No Red Trope that hU company b! permlt- 10w.I1lp, CrouP. 9:30: *.m. Story ,''"
ted to da exploratory drilling
S The Starke Church of Christ
S OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! along the county roads rights''

.. of way I IAccPptl'd Court St.
-Set a special. meeting for Mac.Mahon: SI.
a report by
S I II IS 'W. S. Badcock Furniture and Commissioner Zedra Hamilton 9am. Saturday to interviewan

that arranufitwnts. had been applicant for the position INVITES YOU TO HEAR;
SS mart for renting a cabin for of home demonstration agentof : :

S. $23:! a month to use as an office Bradford. County. BJUNC: .AT S'T.iA R'K'E;
Appliance e Store HERALD I OF TRUTHSunday c..tto
I : for the Welfare Depait- Adopted; the complete legislative
ment. The cabin is on the! program of the Florida -

: *, I2S S. Walnut St. Phone I-2I11 premises of the Johns Tourist County Commissioners Association One of 31 Bank of the Florida National
9:00: A.M.I Group
4.S Court behind Hurst Service> I following report by

M. N. "Bud" Yaun, Manager Station on US 301 South. Thr ) Commissioner Johns of pro- WPXE 1490 KC Member Federal Deposit Insurance

... Welfare Department 1. having'' posed acts for the 1905 Legis ,. Corp.

I to vacate I lt quarters on N lature., UL -

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r t 1 f I UDC Plans 50th ., Open House Held to five o'clock: Those from Junior District Day; Pebr 14.I .., held... March 8 In the Pariah

Dull i-'own w "r<1' Mi. Jo I irt tv for cottage at Sunland' ; House with Mrs. Edward

Anniversary At New HomeOf :M.iroluU.' Mrs Robert tirlii'Ifrrlnp Feb I 14, Free EnteiprlM Burns and Mrs. Mattie Ga-

ObservanceMrs. Levon Andrews and chlldri. 1111Mn\ \, uric +hOt and Feb. 21, Inter. hagan aa hostesses

Wendell Moody of J.u'kll.n- KlttKlliil "'Il.. f.
vlin.\: Mr. and Mrs! TToy An- I i I lu.stervno. for the evening Recent Births
AIL George B. Flynn Mil Guy Ant..ew.i bra
drrws IUd"aKht.rrs. ii'U' M..I.\! !I v.io' Mrs Charles HulrlMSnn,
GLADYS MOOTY Mra. L. Q. Powell, and Mrs.Mattle Reddish"' Andrews' and
Phone Onhasim mere co- Ervin Andrews honrrd.Ir\\ L-ol: Mills of MorrKton. an I IIJry. I Miss: Elaine CnlHon Mrs. A. Q. Bradford County Mimpnal
.... Lynn and dau'thtn.' I' : 1'iuh. Mia Dewayne Elder announces the following birth
hostesses Wednesday- sifter- and Mrs t V" ('>Anirows nt ) ; .
noon of last week, when thesf'ntt'rhln..ti 'open house" Sunday afirr- Mary of Wllllaton MII,I. f hrtrlei, Sawyer"" and .Airs.onnoth \ Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Lafayette -

: memlws. of W T non,n | \ jrldcr.. Harper Etarko. a sun,

Hampton GA'sfake Weeks chapter UDC at the ThI 'vnn Anl.ewV beintl.. : Juniors Hear I rk'lt Ricky Fate. Feb. 4.,

u u Part In home of the former on E. Ca! *ul 1 new hnm on W Million Rev. and Mrs. John R.
Street Street wn atfrartlvrlv c1?"nr- 'Talk On Family i j.lark'sV men Brabham, Starke a son. Jeffrey

Coronation The Flynn home was beau !1trd with artlstln!! Rrrln'tl'mpnh Plan Dinner Reuel. F.b. 6.
dolly decorated. with earl of rtiri-Ul flowert!, The. ..f.:1InrVOI"all". : : gins Mr and Mrs. Henry Dalton
*\>urtcen Rlrln of Hampton I met mxi'liy night In the rin'ihome. l' Perry Melrose a daughter.l .
spring flowers for the. meetIng. placed at points of Interest |! The. monthly meeting; the
Baftlrt Church! were hreiored. attended. .
lasl covered : MomlxTM the l>itwn Renee, P'ob. 7.
An unusually a-tintic arrangement Tile tea < wit: i \.n of Kf M Irks Rplsco-
:< tart Friday evening at a I I Kiimily. Life' <'onfetTmpr, ..- I
1 of camellias' an< with an ecMi lire cloth A i, 1 pit Churrhvn. .. held' Monday
Glrla' Auxiliary coronation driftwood centered the dining irarlnnd of Ivy ant nxilcat WIIpllCt' gram comlurtoil by ['Ir. K.lwiii: !i night: Keb ". In the. Parish Middleburg] Man
service !In the church. 4 ll.irts at the First It ",1I'tt
aroiml the ranchbowl
table. The .s-rvloe recognizing I Chiinh. A film "I'a nll1 ',, Is Named To
!'Virginia Erwin During the business meeting' at on* eel of the table Thomas, nml Irs. It J. Davis ,
forward itepiT work and ad- shown and. trllHrta (
Klrnt" was
and two single candle holders(
conducted by the president. (is hnstosNe. Magnolia CouncilM
vancement in the OA organization -1 Becomes Bride Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, the McKinney-EllisonEngagement with !gold candles were placedat spoke on "n"II.llnlC i Iiurlng the business session. ,

wan presided over by. Hewett chapter voted to have a partyon the. other end of the tnble.The I fuppler Fumllio.i. Through" plnn.s were made to have' a PreshA of Middle
lOf Mr.
Mlu Ruth nuKwelll. ) of Jacksonville Told Work, Plrty Love Worship." 1
hostews the
April 37 celebrating the presented r on Sumlny Feb 21. burg has been named to the
director of G\ work Erwin 50th anniversary of the local honored couple with several Mellowing the program{ the nishnp Wniit will\ visit the Magnolia Lake State. Park Advisory .
for the Florida Baptist. Con- Miss Martha Virginia Mr. and Mrs! Buford McKinney business, m"'l'UnaWitS luM.Ui'ports i
of trees fop their new homo
for the benefit pear to
daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. E. chapter churrh nt t this time. Council according
of Stark
vention. Erwin of Ralford. for the scholarship fund Mra. announcethe as K memento of the. occuslon.Approximately from I the vurluuscaninittteen I Art..rthe. meeting. H. G. State Parks Director N. E.
Makicna. rtrei. " t
Eight I
appointed the following 40( were. K'V' (>nM II'II> Presha recently
... merly of Greenwood bream1! Perryman Allen I guests Duvls, Jr. of the University( Miller. was
skirts and white blo.e. daughter Ritrbarn. to
green commute for Jorome" I i Johns nml lit 1'.. \KUloSitmliTM : Park
the bride of Charles Allen special railed betwen the hours thrpeInsurance 'of Florida Rc'hnol <>f Journal- appointed by the State
.. the CA color.. were RndyYounl'bk1O Franklin Ellison\! son of Mr ,'
of Mr. and Mrs. the party:! : Mrs. C. E. Johns I gave n brief review .lent vlHlteil the group to show Board to replace the late Eddie

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Mrs. Oreen McOrlff. Mrs. J. :, System" and A .
made while
Miss Sale Weds Debbie Carter Pat Raley. ti a candlelight service at 1 Miss MrKlnnry 'Is" a urnrtu- \ Elll.Mon Is serving In the nn a
W. Klneald. Mrs. Johns SHiilv of CixitmtinlHni. ,
Ruby viMtt .
Carolyn Kennnn And Joann o. lock Saturday evening Jan ate of Bradford High School U S Marine CorpM. I there.The Plastic Nstebnok $2.30 at the
Mr. GillinghamOn and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.Mrs. Dntt'a ti> remember Feb. III. next meeting will be
double ring ceremonywai \
7i The
Salter Ladtes-ln-wattinf In Klneald recognisedMrs. and la employed by Pruitrntl.il A July wedding U pliutl1f'd TKIECRAI:
24thMr. f>ehhiIllrka performed In the First
January yellow tresses' were Mundy. who was recently -
of Greenwont '
and Metiodlst Church
I Elaine Youngbhxxl.
chosen' Woman of the Year
and Mrs. Ouy H Salf Susan Dyal. Debbie Mill wear- with the pastor Re-v. A. .
by the BPW Club and the
announce the! marrlaRe of liT( pink. wn prlncemt.Fimahrth M. Sarah officiating chapter rave Mrs. Mundy fOUR BIG DAYS
Mis Joyce Watts was the
their daughter Linda Kaye. to Jon e and Windy .
rising vote of congratulations.Mrs.
Keith D Ollllngham. son of Hill In white. receiver) their brlde'i only attendant and Powell historian Thru
Jirk Watts served as best gavebrief Thursday Monday -
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. aiUlnz- crowrui ni queens. Each girl sketches of the lives of : 1 e

ham of Jacksonville The received an emblem .showingthe ,: man. two. Confederate Generals J. Q ;<
marriage' wan an event of Jan. Mtep she had romp..ted.Rnti ,. Afti'.Iort wedding' trip E. B. Stuart and LewU Ad. I -

24 In P'oUc ton. Oa. charm bracelets with appropriate the coupb U! now residing in dlaon' Armlstead.. Mrs. Powell'I
The former Miss Sale. grad charms were presented Chattahnot ire. .
also read a few stanzas from
uated from Bradford High to each fir] daring, I the Sydney ....nlt'r.. "Marshes of
School In I960 and from the service,. Crown-bearers for the .
Beta Sigma Phi Olynn. "Song of the Marshfa.
Florida State University InS nueenii were. Joy Williams and .* and -song of the Chattahooche -
964 with a B 8. degree In Stephanie Kennan. circuited In Sees County FilmA *!." to commemorate
office management. She ban
yellow. the birthday of Mr. Lanier
since turn employed by RCA 0.,11011.. In whit.. gold t. ami l picture of Bradford County During the nodal hour the

at Kennedy Space Center. green. were. shapwl nn .stars,. as seen by some 18 million three hostesses' served refreahments -

Florida.Mr." and a backdrop of stars,. television viewers across the to the 22 members
Ollllngham Ia a senior crown and the CA watchword 1 country was presented to present.

at Florida State University carried out the theme of the. members of the Beta sigma s\

and will receive his B. S degree service "Starlight"\ In the Phi Sorority Monday night Shower Given #
In Business ManagementHe church entry' a circle of the. P. J. Novak manager. of \

U a member of the Kappa jtlrliT silhouettes\ surrounded a the Slarke-Dradford County For Miss Ross I V

Alpha Order fraternity and replica of the f>A emblem. Chamber of Commerce gave I I -V.-
the Delta Sigma Pi buMncss For the reception following the. program which Included' At Huggins Home 'iT

fraternity. the coronation. service, the refreshment the. film "Florida's Four Season ,
The couple will\ r.alde at the shownon Miss Dorothy ROM. brlde- I
table held. a large County. The film .
Alumni VUlaae In Tallahasseeuntil green, white, and! gold rake. 87 television\ statlonithroiiKhout elect was shower honored lat at. a Fridayevening lovelylingerie STRETCH DENIM 1 1 _.

graduation. In the srmpe" of the ...mbl..m."PI"RY" the nation, depicts. ,
of and white recreational. Industrial agricultural given by Mrs. R. 8. j\\
Chapman Mrs. B. 1. Taylor SUM JIMS I\\
OES NoticeThe gladiola Anti a pair of punchbowl and religious aspects Mrs. J, C. Orren'. 'Mrs. P I*
and trays of a, n twtch- of Bradford County.The 1w
Eastern Star will hold es. I meeting was held at the Watlerson and Mrs George FOR THE CflTIRE, FAMILY! "I
Muggins at the home' of the WHAT
an open Installation Monday. home of Mrs Robert! Barks-
Arrangement! roe the ser- latter on 8. Orange Street. OIRLV 3 TO 4X -a 50 / .
.t 8pm. In the Mnlc Hall. I dAle with Mrs Norman Allenas r
Vice were made by Mr*. Horace An attractive pink and I." VALUE' Ii
Dyad, church OA Director.Mrs. cohost.M.I white color motif was carriedout f
...... e Notebook 12.2 at the Foster Ha,.... and Mr. I In arrangements of camellia GIRLS' 7 TO 14 $ i, \\ I 1WA NOT 1.

,TnEOR.rll.: Lawton Youngblmxl, roiinsol- i 1st I Baptist WMU and asaleaa placed at. 2." VALUE tfrl 41't I
Lora and M..... Paul U Kites. points of Interest In the party NOT '2

wife of tile pastor. )of,.. D. K I Meetings Meld rooms. 'VOMCN'S I TO It 1 ,, r "
t '
Hill, a. New Hirer. IBiptlrt Several'games were playedby 3." VALUi 250 t NOT' 3/:
Association OA Director and Ida Darby Circle of the the 20 guests during the 3 +-
Win Mm. George: Keniuin. WMU First Baptist WMU met. at the party. hours. 8 to 19:30.: / and Hf. ..H.... n.! '1''_. L.;. ':...... N..y. roe. :
home of Mrs. W P Glenn ...teatease.., //dd. !.. *. .1.! Dollar D.vSrat.ll BUT
president also took part in prlsea. were awarded to the ,. "
the .service, Finn music/ was with seven members present. winners ,
after which delirious
I < \ ,.....- -- .......,---.Q = -.r "" ..r "' ''. ;T :::-
A supplied by Mrs Paula SmMh The program was : refreshment were, served y .f _
of Waldo Baptist/ Church and I''I Mrs. L O Powell, after. I The hostesses presented the JUST ARRIVEDI! : MEN'S & BOYS' '

KUeiita were present from First which refreshments were honoree with a personal lift J
Pile Daptlut Church Jatksonvllle I served by the hostess. I I" a memento of the occailorv 11 'J' loy"' Short SU.vWomen's IVY LEAGUESLACKS t f

Brrmker. Baylesa Highway Helen. Masters Circle met Shirts j& U / '

StArke First and Mad".n! Tuesday morning In the Richard Roberts :s Sport .

In Street IlnptlM" Churrh church with Mra. K I* Sprer. 4

Members. of the IMmpton co-rhalrman. presiding In the Has Outdoor Party t
abpenrn' of the chairman The I, MEN'SREG. $ : .
KOCH Baptist YWA and! their counselor REG. 4.y
Mm Charles Illrks.. program topic "Applying. Richard Roberts celebrated 3.99 3 y
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served. at Ute reception. Christian Principles: was Mi eleventh birthday. last 1 1U SI... If 'e U10'S' I t( ;
presented. by Mrs M. B. Jordan Saturday night with a party 4I I

CASH program chairman asstsled given by his parents Mr and J "G. J." Gfors5
Birthday Party j i by Mrs. Merrill Edwards Mrs. Oerie W. Roberts Jr.. .... N 'a.w. PAIRS :k j q qSH1ll

For Sol/e at their home on BetaentRoad l
POT Sherry i .. .. (.n.v .." 'e wear. h..I"h
5..r I 1.11 .ut. 4i ..tt.". Stvi.J .It" this
Mrs. Richard\ Boljw cave a The 18 young guests en. ._. i.e.Moe N_ Sell') FIRST QUALITY
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No Fuixlos t Nothing
Party weiner road, followedby
Joyed s
birthday .party and hambunterfry ". ,,6. .. .,(. :
,. "Yit N. I. Seamless
In the back.rd.and ,
lat Wednesday afternoon games .. r
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IJrh. No fINICa') ...... JmlOKIH for her daughter. Sherry on For Owsleys a hay ride later In the ':TO t-.r. '
In Krh: Meek. orJ i Oar Grtatal
evening #
'e..ral Times a I hay mail lift her ninth anniversary The Mr and Mrs. Frank Owaley.who PantiesFine p.- .
Ter KIJKKCah. rot party ass held at the home ofSherry's are moving to Palatkathe Out of town guests were MEN'S STURDY. MATCHED NMhry Roy Ever!

TtraoLIjwt aunt. Mn John latter part of this. month Randy Bennett of Jarkaon J./ ....... 4 gab ,..eI
Miller: on Lake Street tulle Jackie Pena of Tallahassee J.1.,4. S"400"
were honored at a goingawayparty WORK SETS whir -
Week's Winner The- eight little guests enJoyed night by and Lamar Priest of Law I 12j.wj. end f 1 5.5.11. wiw.wMA. -...,..
Shlrell Crawford Saturday given icy. novelty wow ..c.tel.ficot -ra I\ 'r h.. ....._. .t. ...,y
!games with prtzrf andreceived the tattle Moon circle of the f .... .. .
eUttie U<| brUft. 5 fl -l.1" "" M
favor. of party First Bapttot Church and heldat \ Shirts. Re 2.79 .
)j. t I1.
VVSir end colon. Si- \ .
Cash Pot NOW horna and candy cups filled the home of Mr and Training Session L& ,. RWomen's J Pants. Reg. 3.47 550 :N.V

$25.00 with hearU wan The covered refrenhmenttable with a tre-t Jimmy Crosby on C,.Mr.1 I For HD Officers SAVE 73c \ -

birthday party cloth and entered The IS guests attending including
A training meeting for S'orir..J! J twill.
q..11t7 Famous Slevn* sturdy'
q..llt rre.rr1pU.wiKncira i"a..a4"lfrevka' at i with with the miniature birthday ballerina caketopped -, eriloyed a huobunds hamburger and fry wives dur-, Home Demonstration\ club officers Panties Fun cut; eiperlly camtrucUd. Shirt tires New Cotton PrintsALL
1) 1'(11 was held U t week In la 42.
to 17.
141} ; penis
doll holding the nine Inz the evening.The the Civil Defense meeting. FIRST
Hare io r :Veal- Ri FilledKOCH'S QUALITY
randlen circle members .presented .) .... .
A1' room. Rob Tfcytor. Assistant s..1oeJ .. Mee/
Mra. Miller am-lntrd MrHolao the couple with a candy County Agent, taught the \ + UA'AIftUD F REG. 39 YD.
In prrrlng and .{ dhh as a memento of the group of presidents and vice- ONI TIAII WW'. eel 3 0 $1wie'
rnrr rtr.U\'rRY for the guest calm oe-I presidents how to preside at ..._, ..- I I. 10. N. R Men's UnderwearCARP'S
J _. d .Mw; Ire pl..l
I meetings and their responsi

''UDC District bilities. OWN FAMOUS IRANDI

Meeting Feb 19 Demonstration Miss Dorothy Agent ROM. is Home us hiUw BOYS' SPORT SOCKS T.SMIUTS <% 220 J> 4YDS.$1 1 1Fin
REG. 3 fOR 2.45 For r'
mm" \ SALES:\ S A THMrtrt Two meeting .., Preceding aeeretartea. the their duties training 0.3 PRS. $1 Il>.> S. M. I. XI ***

the UI C will be held on rrtday meeting. Carl Robert C. D
_.... ....... e.1 .t..r, ATHLETIC SHIRTS 40
< Frb 19. at the Woman'i a 511Men's
GOOD CLEAN CARS Director, gave a preview of ....w 'tu .....w..1 N.. 1.45 3 qu.Gty 10-tquar. pe rs .
Club nn Rlvvrstrl, \ Avenue, the Medical. Self Help Course M M1w REO. For I .
Jarkannvlila.Registration. .e.e..i.r.... t M .15.. Si..fM,1.XL .l., In now color: and pallem '
and Uw entire group saw the
'loe !
tpfn j.
will tm hell at .
film for the first leuon. r
9 SO a m and the me-4ln( Eleven officers were present. KNIT BRIEFS + 20

ALL Gfl w VII[> begin at. 10:15: a "'. Reservations Boys' Crew Socks REG. 3 FOR 2.05 <, For 1 Unbleached MuslinREG.
for the Isnrfwon Little Women SIM. 1, M. I
must be sent to Mrs. John 29c YD.

'lU.rl,.. KO-1/ fnrlestd. Av, Met Monday RIO. 49. Ireoddotd Starts 50Children's flue 8.. ...//Itv, to 4 YOS.$1

JsrkninvUle S, Fla. i /W---.... ._.. -_,w 3" liS EG. 3 FOR 2.OS 3 For S....... f""r.ly. ._ .M..1. ..ew.sv

The Little Women Club .Mrt ..n> | ta '*1. mmt I.).... 21 I* 44 -
Council met Monday. evening In the M to IS.
Nursing club house with EUlne Strlrk- BED PILLOWS

Best Deal Anywhere ;Meeting Held land presiding. $1
Club members were Invited REG. 1.1T

The Bradford County PublIC I to attend the Junior Woman's Women's Shoes ShoesVAL. s.__. Rut/r ....... f1II.d p.us. .4.1. v... Dw.U
Arrow From rood Fair Health NumlnaAdrlsorr''I i Club tea on 'Wednesday, reto ........ aor.
Council met at the Oardenrtitaurant
320 South Walnut St.; on Monday, FO. I. \ Hostesses tor the March VAL. TO 6.99 TO 4.99

for a luncheon meeting with I r 1 meeting will be Jane. Adams.D Sp.
I II utenUjert and two vbitooMn. Walters and Phyllis Oar.I ., fl.lt .1Id (port*. $2 tlr.p'. wp.
l1'O1V() \r (OI'FJll') I) pea" bY. l ew".ple4.< t>i., but Act' 0"'. Con.pl.t.' gins; RIG. l.ff DOL p0
I I xbOo'Ur ....... 2 $3
P. O Frlo, president i in. every sty;.. but net in every ..,1.. Super oft .1 b, -+ .

presided and Mra. ArUn MeKniaht > riastbt Ike : 0.y Sp.ci.n i 1
'' Ntttssufc ltJ al
Phone 969.1361j resented a film. "P.-j TF..G.......
Ucnt Care in the Home." 'I



,; PACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEi.F.r.rt\rn.: STARKK. FI.ORm' Tnrn D.\T. rrn. 11. 1983
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Coach Hurse Says : Agner, Varnes By Tornado FiveBolles I BHS Gym Closed \a'rs't....:..1": I'n OR: 1.9'FiTJf PICTIIIOlItNitlu : % Tn

M1 Unless SchoolIs %MI'
; .. I IF* hereby given thAt

1965 x BHS Physical Conditioning Top Athletes, I Beaten liri" Thril'e' '' In Session vlMloni the uiidpmlitnxl of Chal'lOr under 2U l 933.the haws pru-''

Weight LiftingTwo 53-43 le No person, student or otherwise 'al )FlorlilH with A"I.tur of'Iprk' 194-1 ft willr.lfl'r the

-. I should be In the Brad- Circuit ford County Court, Florida In and. for lir,r'-"'l-
i Program Is School's Best Ever upon
juniors. Mickey Agner ford High School gymnasiumon clpt of proof of "bll"IIII"'I ..if

t and Calvin Varnes. both Bradford Iligrh's scrappy Tornado five won a 53- ,: ,- : ,..r- < ', ;-, :";'.. 1. ,. weekends or any day school! of'th' Is n Ill-lit"lie. Ihe JOHNS fh4ltN.UKAI'TYSHOP ua nanl.
Z'We members of the Tornado varsity 43 thriller over Jacksonville's Bolles here Saturday -.' ) 13 not In session, according to under' whlvh. w. are an.raged .
i have probably the best ioland, the two coat-hew have ,Y't'' I
squads .
football and track 'I'.. d' David 1 In bu.lnean a.YhompMuii
I BUS Athletic Director at lit '
\ WJS( &'ht and physical training worked long and hard at "..t- leading in Coach night but dropped two road contests \53-68.,to"undefeated .i ..., 'I.- ,..,.-"' .. !Ht., Htark4 Phi.
program going: now that ws'veeytl' I ting their off senson condttkm- Drtvld arc currently Hur e's weight lifting I Fernandina and 38-52 to Bat: >r County High... .II. ", ;"lc" Y"... h, ,_ Hurse. I Artnur U. ......do... Jr. and
l had," Bradford down to Its rtallv in last week's play. ; \' Anyone using the gym hi. wlr. Kl"l.. T. LAOdnn; lees'
High | Ing program t R" t" \" :it itr
and body building program.The I Despite the advantage in r. ; I II West Pratt !Ml.! Starke. Flurlda..
Director and feud ) ) with four J., 41 be
I ins points. boys have been training Playing only men '' should under direct super ownera.
Fdbtball\ Coach David Hursowfll i In addition to the usual rtipe weights, plus other the final 1:03: against Bolles numbers time was running : ; 1 I I vision of school personnel. J.'u.-d thin 23n with .
; out on Bolles, and the Tornadoes .... tN.." ae A. l>. inns, at 8tarh' ,
t bars,
tell anybody who happens climb parallel peg: work out but so far Varnesand Saturday in Bradford gym the took of two ,x.r .. '. Hurse says. llradfur County Florida
by> Bradford Field these ) board and chin-up Tornadoes did than advantage .1\\ I
days (climbing better
/ to .
the only t
Agner are 1.28 4t 2-18
I hurried shots rebounded: both, .. I
toliake; in all\ the activity. bar, the weight training program lift 10 times their bodyweight they had been doing with five .: "' "
and McLt'od who had 20 r '
: )
Football\ season may be has been refined 1 and an reach the coveted men n.s they protected their k! .\ If Plastic Notebook S2.20 at the'
I to for the night, scored. at the
ovfcr but track season la not obstacle course, which U supposed .' Gold level Agncr. a 160 ': six point lead. Forward Wayne I points his r' TELEGR.IPIi.I PlasUo Notebook $3.20

1 and 'the 1965 grid schedule: i I to ho an much fim as It pounder now lifted a total of I'I McLeod proved to the partisan Ho simply game-preserving outraced the lay-ups.Bolles TELEGRAPII.., "'" ,
]$'t far around the corner Is a body conditnoner, has 1.640 pounds In the six exer- local crowd that a good( offense .k T I 1-
defense for the first then
I Hnrse and Line Coach Tony been added. cises in the first levels taken I I Is still the beat defenseas I one. i'/' !
drove and faked beautifully to
GOfflth will also tell you. Among tho obstacles! are IIn I last week.A he drove all. the way down 'ti
I Operating on tho theory that ol'jht-foot! waling wall, much on every second boy level Is due to be I court twice! In that 1:03 to defending get the se'n1 him. with two men (- OFI GN Yr IfI8111NG I CONrji sqr

7+ tI<(one but themselves will be ,like( in army's; a 24-fout ball taken February! 17. score a pair of lay-ups to preserve I Forward Joey Reese, who I
round i : three Incline 12. Bradford's
to build good track ance beam Varnes who wcUhs 144, sixth victory rebounded with determined
arts football 'teams in Tornudun. i 2 lb. and 3 foot levels) for I hoisted a total of 1.443 to The Tornadoes led all)\ the precision" all night long along
sltiipit, n vaulting! box or fence, way niter Jumping off to a
edge In the Gold level by a
I with center Gene Pass, had 9
: a power rack and two ]10-foot :;, mere five pounds. Asner has ]16-11 first J period advantage points. Pass had 3, and playmakpl' \ Register Now
high posts connected by a 20- lifted 40 pounds more than but Bolles threatened twice by '
Donald Falcon 2.
foot Iron bar which has sev- closing the / to lJ1\1\ .
gap a mere
for him to
I the 1,660 necessary McLeod was also the Individual -
I' : as From March 1
eral linos. boys have already exceededthe four points late in the third I star of tho Fernandina t :
Tho boys will walk/ the 20 weights lifted on the first | p..rlod'hl't1 Starke held a 40- I game last Friday when he .r t \ _. '
I foot bar hand over hand, or reach the Gold level. Both 35 edo) and in the final few i scored( a season's high of 29 r ;: -- Thru Labor Day
walk It whUe clinging to short I minutes when the Tornadoeshad ."
levels however, since they ..t ,
points against the 14-0 undefeated -
=-.' I ropes; hanging to( the bar, or have been working out each only a 49.43 advantage. \ 1.
/ Pirate five. Reese had \ i:: 1f'J\ :71 lie qualified ia enter your
.. squirm through tires suspended school day on the rope climb, Starting/ the contest with 11 points against the Pirates. .
I from the bar and hanging patrallel [Itllpl! bars, peg$ board only] seven players, the Tornadoes Falcon 8, Slstrunk 4, and Red ; f fish prior t to catching: t it.
four feet off the ground.': The first lost guard I Donald "
chin-up bar and the new obstacle -
dish, who sick and played Jj.
power rack Is used by getting well with Falcon when he was thrown was : You will not "be eligible
course as as
3 In the 55-63 defeat
f starting stance for football out of the heated battle In thethird 1
welithu. JOB! Thrift had 21 points for after fish is i
truck and l charging a ISO- period. Then forward 7b/ caught.
or !
: : I Boys who can lift nine or Fernandina Ronnie Sapp 19. Li: ;
pound weight which moves up Greg Reddish who had contributed -
ten times their weight come $
Bon Alvarez 11, and Ray
...- two parallel rally, at nn Incline few and far between and the 19 points althoughjust t So Register Now!
I Arsonault 10.
'WlE- USE HIM ""He,. ) of course. The peg" board( only other athlete close to up from a sick bed. foul Never>; a threat against .-...,. I i A'" '. .:. ". '
Fuut a year old now, is merely a' Agner and Varnes is Roger I ed out with a little over two !I .. "' '",
&BESC RACK IS i I I Baker County on the Wlld PRIZES FOR LARGEST
.., pair of two by sixes! with hob|, Chllson. a sophomore. He isi minutes remaining. cats home court they have P. ", 9 .
.. 09 In thorn: the boys place! Senior Jeff Warren replaced .: BLACK
H r The Fluent la Lubricl&t / the only boy in the Blue level beaten them there Wi! BASS
{m. You Can Depend On I IJ..tt pegs In !the holes and climb I mine times his body weight) Reddish and Junior David ,I In the past eight years only, once the I .. I. .
:Shell Ser\lr! One hand over hand up vertical Slstiunle replaced Falcon 'and -- -
I Chllson so far has lifted a total Tornadoes went down 1st-$25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle
TYlulthat Will Con'ln'e'OU Of of 1.475 pounds and has both played very creditably; against KorwunlVaynn ;McI..HMl goes through defender like they
38-53 defeat there
I wall.Any "young" men nay In 85 pounds to go to reach the Bolles' rough! press..', sorry Tuesday ,night. McLeod again weren't there and .IM shown htore against. Bwllnt scoring. a typical 2nd-$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle

the 20() ,to 40 year bracket Gold level and 10 times his Then With Just 1:03: left In 'muster only''11 points. lay-up lie bucket 20 point against Hullt-n and a .sea. -
the game renter Gene pass ......'..
PRESCOTTShell of .
; who want to see 'how this 156 pounds. dish 8. Falcon 8, and Reese 4. high 29 against Feriutndlnu.3I ENTER; NOW -
who had been all
operating '
lives Varnes has already lilted Randall and Lea ( l4* "soft" younger generation the second halt with four Bennett ,8\ lending scorer for the Menwinullli
: Service Is welcome to sample the 228 1,217 pounds lust more and than Chllson his fouls committed a fifth, Infraction i I Harrell each had 13 for Baker. a 2.MI point to, ilute. forward Greg Knldlnh haw 1H6, and PRIZE FOR LARGEST

'210 8. TEU'L.'E.; : program' any afternoon, Coach year when{ he stumbled in I I 'Sophomore Bobby guard Donald Falcon I 113.
I has 171 pounds over his 1,304 playing' his first varsity Whltr'l SPECKLED PERCH
June front of a Bolloi player and
: Not
lifted last
I pounds I
year. since being moved up The Tornadoes' next encounter City in their final regular season -
: the locals left with
were Just
r even Agner however, has yet I four men.Sophomore. the JV team along] with freshman U Saturday night here game next Friday. Febru- $10.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle

r approached the 1,710 pounds forward Paul McLeod i' again Palatka. They will go ary 19. The District Tourna-
i by the then 170-pound Tom tallied for' 7 olnts. Both I to Jacksonville for a return ment this year will be played ENTER: NOW -

I I Gardner. a 1D64 graduate White and McLrod played | engagement with Bjllc-s next 1 Iin Starke and will begin February -

Those in the Red l level three 'quarters of the !game.er Tuesday and then host Lake !:I 26.
[eight times their} body We Carry A Complete Line Of
weluhtl/ by name weight\;,'and who played his usual outstanding -* Junior
1 Varsity Quint Downs
a pounds lilted to date 'are: game and piled up ,
/ /1 Dwight Elder. Ufll; 1,255; 21 points. Stefan BrokaJ with FISHING TACKLEStat'ko
/ Fernandina 29-77
Vt' J' In 9th Win
aI Ronnie Tomllnson, 15J(, 1,248; : : ]17 points and a flu Job of -
Douglas Conner 148; '1,188; rebounding and ball handling j
Minus its two
i big guns In. The Tornadoes couldn't: get
John Bradley, 151 1.242.. and: Jim Thlrs with 14 points and i
At City FishMeat Market\ Eddie Stance!, 1,215. also a good Job of I'oboundinir Paul White, who McLeod were and promoted Bobby to their attack off the ground In I

Green level I Iaever\\\ times Tommy 'tl'\cat\ with 13: I the varsity Bradford's JV five Maqclenny; Tuesday either I Builders
\ body welghtl : Butch Redding, points, and brothers Bruce topped Fernandina 20-17 during and lost their seventh game
i prude "A" Flu.FRYERS C I 178 1.380; Eddie Douglas and; Johnny- :Moon Who' really the past week's play but 33.22. First period! tally was

LB. C 180. 1,300,, ; l*>aton MOrlnn157. kept the ball)/ moving. '1 Itwt to Bolles' 20-53 and Mac- 12-3. Macclenny. and the
: 1,120; Steve TIIW', 148 The KHS n squad lost to clrnny: 22-33. I Wildcats were never threat

1.170; Ma rile Sanderson. 141: at. Joe. 3t -1J.: lusts score-is ; With three games left their ened. Warren had 7 points' for SUPPLIES, INC.

moked or FreshPCKICS /11,075; Randy Joyner( 149 2Q WI'Vayn., Homer. with 6. record Hands at nine win Starke while Roger Yarborough -
JY 9 1,160; Jim Godwin 164. 1,240, and Mickey Firokas with 5. j j and defeats. / had 10 and Tom Rauler- nt S.A.I Depot t I"hone961.4201-
seven The Torn-
/ LB. and Wayne Blankenship, 181, Roll Over Yaks '| does will host Palatka Saturday son 8 for !the Wildcats

1220. Saturday night the Indians: : I j I' nlxht and will travel to "..., .--->- ,,_ -_.-. -- __ -=,=---0 --,. __ __ _<
While White level: David Maruca, rolled over the) Yulee".team'bya Bodes In Jacksonville next ===.:- = _- -:: c. =""-' 7=': -=,,- _. ,:=:...---.a-: __.: -;=
131, 1.040 and John Spengler heavy ninrftln; of 74-88 ;I '
Tuesday. The final next
BACON LB. 177, 1,225. Br'iiceMoon, one of Keystone's j I|,I name '
I Friday February 19, Is a
.. flnet"ball! handlers, outdid'himself ] home contest against Lake STARKE MERCHANTSPresent
} scoring; 21 points Cltr

HECK BONES IRONS right on the hurls' of Cooper's Coach Ernest!: Barnt's' squad!
I' 22: Third in linn among topscore" It'd all the way last Tuesday. d ) Y

HOG MAWLS and 1 WOODS I II II II ; &IB.! Some was tine Stefan'hH", BroK.iswith haitdllag dins February for their 9, avalnst ninth! win Fernan-afterjumping .

done bf 'Tommy
off to a 5.1 first I.-.J IDe
.t Tileat and Moon.
period edge Robert Dyalpared
PIG TAILS The Indians Just\; couldn't: the Tornadoes with 8 ciJ ,
to miss, and"" Ig / ;
? Ip yet stem surprised points and Andy Miyton was :
the Yulqe 'team who had defeated
PIG FEET a close!! .second. with 7 while k' ,I
KItS earlier tit Ute season
r l William &'ollaln, atd Gary i /
I by a /sow of 7384.The'B Hamilton had 0 j each; I t v Mfr t d
I team didn't fare as A much blqn. Sulks JV iatche! ; {
well .a* the varsity and lost I
2 LBS. FOR 29C I their "game to Yulr, 5013. squad the Tornadoes complexly!Saturday dominated nl ht''

I I III Hlih scorer wet'_ _*_ Wayne__ __n... here", however 03-29 Starke' .
Homer with 5 points and Mike
John Warren was a bright

.a U. S. Gov't. Graded II I )Jry HOMKK:I 11'OOD) ,,I Reese! make. a'forward' four .pointer' Joey I (.1 W"rhceA'lth-:.'* 1 4. u'' 4. spot hustling for, local flashy. fans ball with hand his: i fJatjt'

J line' and 12
rt I I i I for the Tornadoes In their Students'Wtf l ,

II.il Seymour was the winner 53-43 'thriller over Rollea'lastWeek. \ supcrioi.. rat
v of tho :March: of Dimes |liE' made' the la -uP.' ing.

(kilt Tournament held at the then bucketed. two foul shots Acting Awards Barry 3nalth- D-auntie-: Interpretation -

!,hike Golf and I Country Club for the fuur point.. He lit a exc-l!>nt rating Fri. Sat. -

: $<& UiHt.. Sunday. He toured the .I, lop rrboundrr for the' Red Barry Smith Pitntomlne.! ,

t t wet course with a grown! score 1f'1U1"d has scored 64 points Bradford IlUh School partkipatrd excellent rating ,

I iif 76, hilt eight handicap gave I'I'I .1 this season.Indians. I : In the North Florida\ : : John SpenKlt-r Humorous Mon.'v' r.

him u net of 64. Second place Thespian Conference) held in Interpretation good rating.

Chuck: : Roust: OrSTEAK i honors went to Dr. II. n.1: Win Jacksonville, fVb. .... Students John Spengler and Barry
Adams.. who had a gross score I representing the school Smith' Announcements, rat #
Lb. ''if 81, and his: 12 handicap were John Sprngler, prenldenB inu not available at this time '
49c Two ThreeIn Feb. 19-20-22 :
gave hhn a net of 69. I I- Of f of the Drama Club and Barry: Barry. smith Humorou 7

Uii March: ( \ 5, 0, end! 7 Palatkn Smith of "Okhhomifllme, Interpretation rating not
Past Week
will have its 7th nnnual I They were sponsored by John available\ at this time

SOUND c Azalea Invitational Golf Tour- P. Simpson, who recently" received I John Spentler UPI
nnn1'nt.1'Ul'h: S 1 Is the Pro- :,I A strong Father Lopes team the Starke-Bradford newscast, rating not available
Ant and the dth and 7th will ,i I from Daytona Beach downed County Chamber of Com-j:' Both boys will be featuredin BARGAINS
SIRLOIN LB. ho the Invitational. Let's try Keystone Heights 92-78: Tuesday merce Good Samaritan A-I'> the upcoming Junior-Sen

fa participate in the tournament I, night in the Melrose gym. I ww-d. I lot ClaM play, "Dead ofNlllht.
3>R and, support' ) our neighboring I, The winners, beaten only by Following are the results of ." a comedy-mystery: to DURING THIS ANNUAL
club Anyone wishing I, Chess' A New Smyrna Beach activities the boys entered: bo presented at the BHS audi
:T-BOHE to go, contact me fur entry this season, led .".29 at the I John Spengler ;.. Dramatic torium on March 19.

.. blank. {[: half Gary" Cooper led the In-

Many thanks! to the three din 11.1 with :24 points, and Ste-
Fresh GroundHAMBURGER Indies who helped. me win the fan Brokas had 31 SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS ITYWIDE'

"t'\)-Lady at the Pine Tree I I,I The B game also went to

Lb.> 39c Coif Club In Jacksonville.' Our :' Lopez by a score o( 33-18. We Carry A (' Complete Line
I II Ial. I
'n..1 Win From St. Joe
11 under
score wn' par PARTS *
I Of ( and REI'm11
I The 1 idles: were Gentle Mo- I The St. Joe game last Friday
: I Fine. Shirley Johns, and Lola night was much happier Make :Machines:

:Mclntlre. I i one for the Indians. It was nip I'faff Monarch
MEAT STEW Highlights of this weekend and tuck the whole tune, but Atlas
Lb. Brother :Morse) While
> 59' I I will bo a Itlind Bogey Tournamcnt .|I Keystone finally\ slipped\ by St. K.nmorednllral
and rlcmrat to the Joe. The opposing team, came
Luke on the two par three hol- back strong in the third quarter Adler Nerchi: Modern Home

OPEN el. Everyone In town com on and forged ahead to make Universal New Home Domestic) : <<
I'1'ont And have oin. fun. See the score 1\t the end of the

Now Open All Day Monday I you on. the tea I third period 43-48 In favor of We Will Clean & Oil Machine: :

-. Homer. St. Joe. IJfllance: Ten4i! n.. Adjust t Feed. 00
r I Keystone rallied In the Checklotor &: Control. $5 aIN

TilE RIGIIT POINT"" for the j fourth quarter. piling up :31 I YOUR HOMK: ONLY _

tar; you write. Come In and )points for that period alone, -
wire I your favorite ESTEK- to take the decision by a Semi Name. Address & Directions: To: MIKKI.I/S:

J.WI STOCK A COMPETE LINE OF GROCERIES BROOK Fountain Fen. TKLE-: I IQlUru. photo flntah 6968. Sewing Machine Co.. 815 W. L'ni>entity A\e. All In tlcxtVeck's Telegraph/

A lot of credit goes to Coops Gainesville Fl.i. -- --- -
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Tabernacle Mords: N. Yaun j Superior Rating :: Multiple Drills Mr. Dickens ot 30.000 filled! baes.' Since ..11111 there nave boon All churches businesses:.. and Ood In giving no matter how
Members Attend Is New Badcock The buy participating ill five fives with :21 acres burned ( orx niotloiiA! will b? contacted you try.-Elizabeth O. Walker..., I
Set By Guard Sttu-ke are mem'oor* of Cub ,, Remember fan can't beat County chairman. '
Given Guard Of HeilbronnDies as compared with fourfires
ConferenceMembers Furniture ManagerMordis I, This WeekendThe Tack' 70. sponsored by tho and 13.1 acres burned
of the Tabernacle N. Yaun of Qalnesvllle 1 On InspectionThe local unit of the Flor- FridayPatrick Troop Methodist To. !sponsored Church 1 by And the i during the same period last ..

congregation attended the is the new minarr of t ida National: Ouard Co.( D I Rotary .Club. |, year.A e
LiUn-American! Mtsslon Conference -,( the Badcock Furniture Associate -I local unit received from IMalntl 53rd Spt. Bnl will Clovl Dickens 75 heavy rain Saturday night Starke's "
and Moody Bible Film Store on S. Walnut St. Third Army Headquarters! this conduct "back to back" multi- of the Hsltt oua Springs section brought 1.30 inches to NewItleer Fashion Leader
at Park-of-the-Palms during Mr. Yaun was formerly associated week the official report on ple drill: on Saturday and died last Friday In a 15 Acres BurnedIn MO inches to Highland
the past week. This week, Dr. with Qlbbs Furniture their annual In pl'Ctlo1by a Sunday. Feb 13 and 14 OtineovlUe! hospital! after. an Woods Fire -
Frank Tor: eY, noted Bible Co. In Gainesville' for eight representative! from that "The unit will have two extended: illness, < and l.BO inches to SantaFr. Inc.vlcfyvmgJm.
teacher is addressing th?: :, years and is experienced in headquarters In December. 1 drills of four periods each; day Mr Dickens was b:>11In 'Only' one forest fb'p8S Total rainfall for the week
group at Paik-of-the-Palms. | the furniture and appliance' The unit was rated Superioron > and will receive! a days pay for Montgomery County. The Saturday night science i business. At present! he U Its Id Inspection. "Not too j| each period.. This will PIN ml'i Jan 8. 1890. He was a retired Service in Bradford last HI(hid '.d. 2.30. and Santa: Fv.
tUrns are the same as those commuting from oalnuvll1e.1 many !units received a SuperIor i the unit to conduct all Its auto mechanic and a memberof '9o'Pt't. with 15 acres burned 3: J.
! shown at the World's: Fair. but plans to move rating and we ore very tramlnR, In Febtuary In twoI ths Bayless Highway Baptist e(
Communion was held in the his wife and three childrenin I proud of this" CWO A. L I days" Capt James F" Blood- Church.
Tabe -saris chapel l last Sun- the near future. Crosby: Jr. said. I worth unit commander said. 8ur\lvln are his widow.
day foil ", nth Tiphetlc: Unit Training Officer Lt.|, "We will hive more time for Ruby Lee Combs Dlcken of NEWS OF INTEREST TO
messages by the sponsor. I Richard II. Jot-kel. remarked I I training during thesj day Starke: four daughters. Mrs COLORED I 4iA As3
Civil Defense that this took a lot of hard drills than we do during the Bernice Nadine Pttrtler of AlI CITIZENS! OF BRADFORD COUNTY
Sets Preparedness I work on the part of many of ,1 evening or nhlht! dl mil and,!(( b.iny Oa., Mrs. Carolyn Kurt- .
theml' r'l. but Indicates 1: will permit us to conduct better may Hartford. Conn.; :Mrs
TUB!: Cmusmv,Scrtn:! : ( Mmtir.
'I< -rte. -'-_--.- fA-"11.4' '..r.-_. -. Exercise HereA that the unit Is making good training In the technical : Geraldine T'trell i: of Ralford. ci-in NEWS: for Sunday: Sunday. School at
?" tow progress skills: that we teach., All employers and Mrs Annette Moore of The Carnation Social and 10:30: Morning service 11 '30,
: Y : f.fii STEP 4 readiness exercise "The unit has a large per- are urged to< cooperate j( Washington D. C.; two suns SWlftft *' Club met Tuesday and ulHht service 7:30.::! Evening #
will be held at 7:30: p. m ceuUte of personnel who\ I Guardsmen to William Curtis Dickens< of '
,.._ f in permitting night at the Rrcrratltm Ceh'ter I '
,tt 1 [ services will not be held
k r""r.-- .;-., '-.!'...4'.'t...,..._,...__.,_ Tuesday. Feb. 16. at Civil De- have been In the Ouard for':, attend the weekend training I I Ias Waycroas. Oa.. and Patrick ",'UIMrs.. English. as ', due to the! fact that we will
feiue headquarters in Starke. : many years and others with law." Clovis Dickens Jr. Washington hoste.m.. "'
required by
: bo in Green!' Cove Sp.-tngs inn
:)).\ .t: ;: f; All Civil Defense:! staff mem- i I skills learned. t'l "'I'hl'nthAt i I Sut Thomas L. :Moore and D- C.; two brothers three The' Club -U I sponsoring-[ service with Elder C. W .4 ::2
') 1. born, city and county elected I f In. a real l asset' to the unit I SI'3 William II. McLendon! ulstrrs, and 13 ( ra n:lchl1drpn. pre-Valenttno Dance on Feb. Howard. You are cordially In-
oni.-lals.: and other Interested I! With the Inlof all In..mbfrtl! I' left this week for Port Wol- Funeral services> were! held ] 13 at V ..lftA until donntkm''' vltwl to attend! these! anvIcon, r' -
persons era urged to attend of the unit we were able to ters, Texas, to attend the at 3 p. m. Sunday: In the! useless -will bv'tsken. atf thedoor Tha ,> The tan family It grateful' ,
this session Walter Murphy make this Superior rating ofi school. The! Highway Church with 'IIal1ee'' ,
i ,'i Helicopter (Jllzlit will be held lit he( Rreiration to God to have tlifir moLh..rrom'al."clnll .
worldnews North Florida. Area. director, ;i i which we are 110) proud." unit ( two men will be In school,| Rev. C. A. Crosby and Rev Center. Adult only At home after
anJ other CUil Deft I1lIe offlcials !- Comnunler Jnmes .F. Blood 1 j about 34I't'ka and uponaradu.titlon 'Owald Sums ofTicl'Uin"' Interment Mrs. A. 'Jenkinspresident.., spending 1fl'W days!! In tli-
will be present, worth rtimrked 1 will be appolnfdj i I I was in Conner Cemetery Mis.'BttyBrown'' 're.wrter.CAim ; hOllf1It.A1.e church officer
The unit win attend fcnViual' Of-I with DeWitt C Jon's
j j,! to the grade of Warrant or TIIVMKSMrs and members are! grateful to
field tralnln-r In 1 late June I Funeral Home In charge o; ,
fleer :: Marion Dell wishes to I the '
hospital" staff for thrlrhelp
In .....; ; : : -:: >':-"r: -:" ,, this year 'and will have an an. Pet Rarmond E. Durban! arrangements. iha'hfe; the many many friends i \ In comforting her. '
nual audit and Inventory on left Feb. 2 for n. Jackson Active 'pallbearers. were! for their kind thought'of' expressions llrart hand I>r1ve
CLOSEOUTPENCILS April 19 Supuly' Officer Albert 8 C for al'f months active! Oror>'n Alvarez. Hurry Faulkner at the death of her The Heart Fund' Drive Is
Foster nn"un ed. duty. 1 Pvts Robert I. Ranier-I I J. R. Kelly little Crosby, \ brother Mr Charley F.U..r'I'n. now In progress in the whole 4 I
focus) Yoirw! men oho\ can qualifyare sin and Michael::I 1* Waters' | Jerry Dyal, and Oscar Crosby May Clod Bless you alt. of Hind ford county and all
Invited to Halt the armory will also leave this month for IICRfll: NEWS; cltlacns: to
art asked please
during the week. or durlnu !1 i six months active duty tralni Scouts Set I i New Bethel Baptist ChurchRev. Rive cheerfully to the cause
-- ---- --, training sessions i In a. A. Vlnsoti pastor, Sunday
of oldest Clothing L
Tfw Christian Sd nt. Monitor manufacturers School: will be hell at 10 a mi I
On Norway St, 5 stun.,kwa 021 1 SPtoaM in the This Saturday with Deacon J. R. Royal Jr
enter ray er'tton to.th. Ruiincs", Missionary Will Services Held.Thursday in charge. Mornlna Worship STARKEBUSINESS
Cub and Scouts In this 11 the Junior
the ch.cid tw- Conduct Services a m. At :a p. in
Monitor for ported : I
6c each For i I area have one thing on their Choir will lit,) to Oreoler AUt'nCh. 'I
Ire.1 sncla.I CUiFundil) God II
At Church of | mlml for Hatunlny, Feb 1.1: ..pt'l AME I!: church tu the
0 I YEAR $2." D mantta Ill 70c doz. I'Mr. BocdcckcrI 1 They are ...kllllt.11I you I I Junior Choir Union At 3 p
Q3 month |4Off. $4 half Rev M a McLuhan. returned ;1 hove your mini Turn m the Deacon Board No. 2 DIRECTORY
gr. Af lira.
missionary from Pair: Oaf on the front porch> will hold, Its 4th annual day
)ktmaSMN will conduct a .1'1'1.11&1/I I I Charles Edward Bowleck-j I bv 0 o'clock on Sirtunlav' *" All 1..I1I.on.n.Jul'd. \ and -
mission\ service at the Slarkf' er 80, of Starke, died Sunday'' .
Bradford County Scouts In Itrailrurd will be Stewatriess" Boards of the city urn nr.llR
Church of Ood. Wednesday morning<< m a local hospital\ pnrtlclpatlnK In lh.. 4th An are invited. to attend All< .
night Feb. 17 He has spent after an extended Illness nual Hoy Scout Good Turn churches are welcome. A pru- Enrl's Gnrnce
_____ .. __ TELEGRAPHMeans In Africa servings Boedeckcr was born In ,
State ZlP Cod ten yr rs Mr flay Clothing Drive for Oooii- grsm Mill be held for you .\i.i. KINIIS" nrAITO "
rm supervisor of mlsiUn wok: Chicago. Ill on June 11, US4'1'I will Industrie la.1 t Saturday t sphltual/ enrichment' Choir:'I
-. '- !In Northern and Southern And had lived In Starke I UEI'MIt!: \\()ltKAll
1N- .. they delivered 3X( ) hags No 3 will render< muslo MmCoienp
Rhodesia, and l also as executive the part 18 years. He wa k'retired ',; |to homes In this a,"... They McNeil chairman' Work <1iiarnnt.n missions secretary In the Insurance: rl'prellnta-I Irru will be held t B I| Phone, 11I\1.\ :011'
"'IIIturn stnrtliiK' ut 9 this l I' m
Union of South Africa tlve and a member of the !Saturday'! to pick up th* nlled ;., Marts. Thomas, president, "'.hlllt. Mlnrk. as seen in SEVENTEENNIIXV :

Rrv McLuhan Is not only theran Church. Lu-I ball'' I in charge Holy Communion VIITtl( SKKVICBfliUvrt"
gTftOODssAVIs: acquainted with church ,Conk' Surviving U one ulster. John O. Sims. District Cxc!: i i It t 6 p.. m.

In Africa but la aluo well Clara: C Oarst of BUrke and cutlve, said '"All the Scant rettr}sO'rvlC'll.1It Allen Chapr hen" In! StiiuluvIth S. Brown IM the time to KiUln-r n fresh
versed In the political and a brother: Henry Um-dccker1 1 In the ores are anvloui to .n.I..1' Oil "Mrrvl.'w' NUtlor. .
Sunday! School at 10 with
outlook /luir l halo l with this
In lend Turn l), ,111,1 Y : Spring
that pnrtlclput y
social problems of continent of Argo. 111. ; Mls Familo Hell Friulrr In
His talk till be accompanied Funeral services were held' In oitler to help 120 h.iJicarp : C'hlMle Mornlim'service" ( will' TIttI'MTnRIF.: : \liky Vuimlin Jfl'l.. IIH " by slides and motion Thursday In the Klt nan| " Better
For Less AtDUCI'S
Meals -- church in charge Speaker will riinuo 1X1 -...VI| Four ,fiiMhttin. "" newnmaker! ; In t
pictures.The Funeral Home. Urookvtll, \
1 be MUi Bhirlle Ann Cohen 101 N. Tc,.iiili> "Rtar4rHURST'S '
public is Invited to attend 111. DeWitt C Jjnej Fun..rall'I Scouts In the North linrada' I i Allen Chapel will b* hoot tol: fabulous, tr .....-rt''llnt' "u"J-tl&re .

this special, mission servIce -1 Homo was in charge of local:: 'Council, ab nn, H.IMMI 'ot'I l,.> Ihe' Junior, ctiolr'Utilon Sunday DACItON) polye" ..er. !
srraniements. ','hitv. 'set as their y and frleifl ors.. Invited to ..t- '' Service Station
:- --s .-.,..........._ tend At 0 ,- the look is
__= Li ;- -' -'=- ". > m evenliiii erv-- .. only expensive
-==o= : __'...-__ _'..:!f :- ,;;.:::':-: = Ire will 0. One Y4lhrleannn'
t Iat( h..ld.n.v L A
"U'I'.U' ''1'11'' -
Pumpnon' pastor ,1 n......tTvar Tires fi //l.ltarlo..
ILLEGALFor The tint' Stern Services will be aa (Mlows. ,

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Sunny lmd: ANDREWt DRUG Fillod At Sensible :

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SPARE: RIBS. LB. c A Hew Service

-H) shall .to unlawful for any person or POTMMM. .. 4.fi e4 .lama U

4 9 enrage! in bu lnrM a/l/j herein defined., under a fictitious name u herela ..- r

Fresh Ground fln>..L without. and untaut mid fictitious name. ahaO N rtfbter with she

BEEF--LB. clerk *t the circuit court of th. county where the prlndpal pUc'of ..M<.... TO Complete

.U. wild registration shall roiuU,t of flUnK with tho clerk aformaid! an affidavit

See All HrandBEANS rimed by all Interested persona, slating. under oath t". IUUBC of Prescription

22 oz. Pack C .fl thooo lotemted la the buoin. ... enterprise the ,test .f the In-

2 5 .....rt ./ och.. and tho. flctltlotM DaNe under which Mid bostaeM U tarried Service
Great: Northern OUR CU5TOER5DON'T
large or oo. Said redatratloH may not-bo mode aitil tho porooti or" pergola dealrlnc Free Delivery
Lima Beans
Baby to engage In btulneiM under a fictitious >... ahaQ haro dTerUood. blr! or

their Intention to register old flctitloai wale at least oneo a wo k for four

Ga. Ked Cream ((4)) eonaeeutlee week la acme newspaper M defined by taw fa tie county
where Hid reffUtratbm I li to be made, and m>4 rtflotratloa KoJl not boaccepted GUESS AT YOUR PURCHASES LET US KEEP AN '

CORN by. the clerk of the circuit court except opoa rocelrinc proof ., ACCURATE RECORD OF ALL TAX DEDUCTIBLE ITEMS YOU

2 Cans 2 Cans ouch. publication. PURCHASE THEN NEXT JANUARY YOU WILL HAVE


25c 29C If you are engaged in business under any name ALLOWING YOU TO RECEIVE MAXIMUM BENEFIT ON YOUR .

'- TAX RETURN. "' ,> i

All Popular Brands other than your own, and have not had this name

MILK 3 Cans 45c SHOP AND TWO '

FOREMOSTICE properly advertised and d registered, we will beI SAVE AT ANDREWS DRUGS WAYS j i

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ICE CREAM MILK : glad to give all Information f io FIRST LOW PRICES SECONDIblalnlnK/ .M-nlmum Ibrnrflt* On Your
All FI.no""* you necessary as -- ..*** At 'Income Tm' Time.
They Are .More Than You Keall/c!
tr (.*\.
,V, GaL -
what you should do.BRADFORD
59 49c Many" Many I Items Are Tax Deductible Besides. P relcraplCH'ord.* Kept

s tions, Such As Cold Remedies, First Aid Supplies, An. AutomaticulIy.algesies .
Homogenized; MILK- l/z Gal. 53c
: COUNTY Liniments, and Packaged Medicines Of All Y"" Are Invited, To

MEAL OR GRITS 4 Lb. Pkg. .33c (Open One Today! .
KindsJust To Name A Few So Buy All Your Drugs __ -

sunny TELEGRAPH At Andrews Drugs and Let Us Do The Bookkeeping CWlh I'urtha

DOG FOOD, 3 Cans 25c I II For You. Hecordu. Kept .
I I Upon: H.<.iu...t."J'IJt'JtsnY. '
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:_: SIX________ BRADFORD COUNTY T1':1.F.OnArn.': RTARKR.' FLOnmA TIimSDlT. FEB. 11. 1903I

; Steps Taken By 88th Congress I businesses will range up to.600 derway this spring. from the Flordagrand excites t before the berry harvest sea- I setting: out in the yard. Hard

I $-. fcllls!: added. Ihey will 'Oklawaha' berries whichare the 'Oklawaha' Into producing son. Following this fertilizer I en-off the plants by setting

'Will Aid Lower Income Families I carry an Interest rate of 4 Ii8pelwent Let's GoGardening oblong and shiny, containa several extra pints of berries schedule you'll find that the I the newly rooted; cuttings incans

and mudt ot i ip'1 ... deep red juice and araoU before the summer sun calls quick vine growth will furnish I or In a nursery row. and

wi'hln 15 years. I ,, > i I' than strawbc-rlies. The time on the berry season. you with additional propagation -I'' g adually manage them in'.o:
Special;: measures provided: 1rllln: r-alsida markets: The new loans are avallabi tiult cooks up Into mouth- material. yard survival condition.

:Jby the 88th Congress to h.-lp home production of handicrafts to faiat and rural fumillet a \\Htuilng Jtlllta. preserves/ and I PUnttnrTo For leafy stem cuttings:
farm and othsr rural families custom agricultural I insure rapid growth, apply I I :
; well as In.uvbu.usI1J ui By llrrvry Shurp! plea of snip; the canes into itt-lnc.i: S"IRSAIISSION.UY:
with llmitad earnings develop sarvUes such as land:: J p):' >para- a small amount of ca.:ilul 'limp. "'Iorlda.. Agricultural/ .< fculriSrrvlr ... Some folks say they often about a quarter ferti-a pieces and place them up- BAPTIST CIIIHCH:
pound of 8-8-8 (NPK1
.new sources of Income will tlon harvesting ani processing .ova Ih.ir e-inliipit: ou) forcct: to cook a batch of lizer around each plant two :I right in a rooting medium un- I Smyrna Missionary Baptist

:play a major role In bringing fa.'llltljs: an weeks after Be
planting.] sure
.economic stability to Bradford other Income-proJuclns: !& fjcl.l exiting: public or pra, V ELACKBEKICIKSBlack.be. :; drink that even the beverage to the fertilizer 12 Inches lUke to< Improve on your roo> Pratt St.. Invites everyone to

:JCoanty. according: to Harlan. ties. sources, Including: other FH. .rles are llki- babies. agents; relUh. from keep the plant to prevent i I 1 I Ing luck by dipping the basj: I attend the following services:

.R Ellis supervisor for the Tit!' Farmers Home Administration loans. -both grow batter! with PrOper The new berry it like arnoal burning of the tender roots. of the cutting in a solution of I Sunday School. 10 a. m.

'Fai'mtrs home Adnilnlst.alion. will cary out th' I I PlnancUl and tcchnl-al as training and} card J. WUh ;! husband-It has on If leaching! rains fall feed indolebutrlc.: acid. For: best re- ,|I Preaching:, 11 am. each SunI -

loan program under' the new slstunce will be adva:>ued: i jut attention b-th-) arc buWej: small fault. That Is, It sets each plant with a couple of sults. Insert the cuttings only I I I day. Evening Worship T p.rn.
These measures' Include Economic::: Opportunity;; Act In develop a variety of nun.ar Prayer Meeting 7:30
.0 glowing \\ili.: lazy. ounces of nitrogen fertilize) about 1 WI Inches In the rooting I I : p.m. each
: long-term loans to finance rural areas. Ellis said. In addition entcrp.ises. Loans may b
Keeping lIttle oni-i" from But that is no problem I' at eight-week Intervals between medium and not to tha Thursday nJght.-E1der T. C.
the development of small loans will be made: to used to pay normal operatin.: Williams pastor.
;running wild ii a damca.1problem. you Inter-plant 'Oklawaha' February and September. bottom of the bench tray or
family businesses that will in- farmers for agricultural;: pro- expenses connected:: witli th
berii flat.
but keeping : with a few vines of the Uni in subsequent years schedule -
crease family Income. jects and to small rural co business.: buy and insta -:B"h Paul for Good. Clean
domesticated is a f U irdener'problem. versity's 1961 model blackberry the mixed fertilizer for: Atfer the cuttings have
't Funds be advanced for operatives. buildings Kagm No KhakIs.
may equipment, construct : or Wool. AU
It's okay to tic b rry before
Flordagrand. Pollen February or about a monthiFUIE rooted condition them ,
.such purposes: as farm machinery -, Loans to farm families or and purchase lal1 J. vines to stakes .to keep them I Cotton. Bring to Telegn.pl. '
well I individuals to develop small and
repair Family farm rs rura In line; but you'll be in trouble
residents may quality for ar 1- -
_I if you try' the same method -
loan for a non _
with small _
4 : : fry
farm enterprise if they lecelv, So. stay out of trouble and I!

r an Income from all source. ;eI1 out of wild briar' patches by :j g

that t is too low to cover basic $ growing a few trellises of a 1 J 8
TerwillegarMOTons I family needs, and are unabl s : LV 1963 model blackberry de

I to obtain credit through other I veloped by the Florida A
sources. cutlural Experiment Stations. If not paid In advance.____ 1.25 Cards of Thanks, up to M word,, .____ 2JH

furnish Applicants evidence for that a loan the mus neec' : It's called 'Oklawaha'Blackberries Keyed.. or Blind Adi.__ __ 1J25 Over 50 words .?__________ 5c per ward..
: also like babies -
for the business or service:' 1 li as both:: are are fairly: toleranto Each additional word over 20.... .__ .03 Dliiplay ads In ClawiUled. .____1J50 per UK*

not presently being met In th wet bottoms. For best berries -

I area. avoid sites where water FOR SALE!!

I Loan funds and operating ),Z, collects or where the" hardpan Expert RecappingBy :1''Ready mix concrete concrete 'I HASTINGS= MATTRES2'
AlWe're I plans for new business vn' 44 t keeps" water near the" surface block, house piers sand, cement UPHOLSTERY WORKS
tures will be supervised by If you have a suitable sIte. GVnp. mortar mix. rock steel l I I&

FHA. Repayment terms wll don't renege bpciuse now i" (Pee Wee) Crews eyster shell. Umerock, roof 710 Lemon St. Palatks

I range up to 15 years, with 4 the time to initiate a black Also Fill] Line of .lead The C1a8l&1iled8J navel lintels. BRADFORD |I Furniture Repaired! ,
NEW TIRES: TRUCK- !:SOB. CO. Phone 064-2521. I'Upholstered & Refinished
1:8: percent Interest rate. berry project. If the local nurseryman 1 IF YOUR NAME IS, '
In addition to loans fo : can't fu' nlllh you TRACTOR AH SIZES FOUND MONO TT1P1 i Stark tfrhuPEY1ON MATTRESSES REBUILT

nonfarm enterprises, FHA can I 5Ve with a start of 'Oklawaha'. |I Pennnylvanta. A unlitp CLASSIFIED!' ADS. CAM.. FLORIST! New Innersprlntrs

I' make opportunity loans to 'e? contact your county fluent HARDY BROThERS AT TilE TELEGRAPH: 119 S. THOMPSON ST. and Box.; Springs

farmers for farm Improvement He will be able to locate a I SALVAGE YARD OFFICE FOR A FTIF.FJ PHONE 964-4153 Drop 1:. A Card or Call

USEDS I and development that source of the thorny vine. U.H. 801) -Nortlr TICKET TO TIlE FLOUIT NIGHT 964-3891! or 969-102! P\I.\TK\ KA 6-9I8S

; will raise family earnings. I Sgt. J. L. Godwin Rumor has It that nurserymen .1| I THKATHE: DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS' MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEK
The agency now also administers We Wire Flowers .
Receives AFCommendation are hard-pi'eased to keep! 209 E. Adklns St.
I a new loan and technical up with the demanrt for the INS fit.\.NCK: BE SURE TO SEE World tfeh Starke. Agent
assistance for ] AT REDt'CEI RATES other
program small Book before buyln any
briar plant. Plat'* your trie//
I' cooperatives serving rural now and you'll likely ba able AUTO .'UUr.. BO\T Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne, REGISTER NOW FOR

families who have limited Income Sgt. James L. [Jlml Godwin to get the berry projt-ct tm- nOYLE F.. IfONNEB yojr local representative since!! ADULT EVENING CLASSE? BOBBY BTOO3 AUTO

I and resources. recently racelved:! the Air j INSURANCE AGENCY 1956. P. O. Box 603. Phone -Basic and hl&"hChool refresher BODY REPAIRS

I Additional: information on Force Commendation Medal ttchg I II BB4-3784 tfchtE courses.!!!! Individualized: AUTO PAINTING

loan programs under the following completion of two I Instruction Start at any time FREE E3TIMATE3

I Economic Opportunity; Act Is years' service as first sergeant II WILLIAMSJEWELRY I Iii(Insurance Problems? J RAU1ERSON 13.00 per course of 18 weeks 411 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla.
available Negro adult students apply to:' tfcTttFOR
at the
with Air Force unit in
I an 1 I I FOR BENT Two concrete!!
Home Administration CaU The Man From Principals office I KJE
office Ariana Turkey. tU block houses on Laura St. SALE- Br., 3 full bath
Loaded With The Clean- Keystone"George School White Adult
High students
In the Seagle -
I Building Annex.
Sgt. Godwin is the son of One furnished. Each $50 per CB home; panelled den 2 car

I Room 7. Oalnesvlllo. County John Godwin, a longtime em I REI'AIftf4MAChINE E. mo. In advance. IlollLs V. apply to the Adult Ed carport; laundry. room; Chats

est Selection 01 Used Cars I Supervisor Ellis Is also available ploye of the State Prison at LaRue Knight 131 W. Call St tfchg. ucatlon Office SE Wing USO link fenced back: yard; partially

for Information the first Ralfoid and has served In Keystone Heights Building rear. 1 to 4 p. m air conditioned. Attractive

I Friday morning of each ENCJKAVINO: FURNISHED APARTMENTS dally or write to Adult Education .
Ever Come See the Air Force since January
-- -- Compare Compliant, For All Your price. Call 376-0938 Gainesville
964- Drawer 100. Starke. Business
month at the County Agent'soffice Llrht and water Phone
1951. He haii'! served at Lack SCHOOL JKWKI.UV tfchg
Insurance! NeedI6epri'cnting 4. foreign languages, and
In Starke. > 5871 or 964-7271. Mrs. BullIrmtnn -
land (Texas! Air Force Base
1963 FORD 9-Pass Country SedanFull DIAMONDS) : : tfch music courses' ..v.liable. tffh
I as an air policeman and also MALE HELP WANTED-Men

Final Returns 27 months of air I. P. JJKACKI.KTSCl : : (; health minimum education -
Tower and Air Conditioned Tinted I saw police rcut '" .Io'ion InN Co. FOR RENT-2 Bedroom Apartment USED MACHINE S\LE in (food ,

(Class: Radio & Heater. One Owner-A-l. 'Reported In duty in Owmany. 113 was due IA K.MS: :;, ETC. Tim Traveler' In... Co. Furnished. 507, Singer Portables. .. $9.93 Si ('r 8th (grade age 21 to
for In : but 39. Contact the Personnel Department -
discharge, 1954 re- Center! St. Inquire at S09 Cen- SINGER COMPANY:. 402 N.
Tel 473-4692
1963 FORD GALAXIE FORDOR Tobacco Vote enlisted and was assigned to Starke. Fl.i. 473-4333: Mites Ur St., Mrs. Goldie Martin. Marlon St. Lake City. Fla at Sunland Training
I Hunter Air Force Bnsc and tfcruj 752-4081: tr'hFOR Center, P. O Box 1130.
High Performance Police( Special Engine ,
Final returns from the ref Eglin Air Base prior to his Auto Fire Home Business Gainesville. Florida Btrhg 318'

and Suspension" Heavy Duty Cruisematic, erendum held December 15 overseas duty In Turkey Monthly. Paymer.t;, Plan SCHOOL AND INSTRUCTIONS RENT-Spacious 2 bed
Radio and Heater-:Mechanically Perfect. I room unfurnished duplex. Alto) H L. OWENTJY
confirm the preliminary report lie Is currently serving as an Giff.il.l Earn $185 and up i

1962 PONTIAC CATALINA that growers approved Instructor on the Air Force /- ....... .f operating bulldozer dragllne'l furnished apartments. Nlc FOR RENT Trailer space

marketing: quotas for the 1965, ROTC staff at the University FOR SALE!: Good business back hoes and location. Reasonable W. IINoUman. with patio. Over night park j

Fordor, Automatic Kadio and Heater I 1963 and 1967: crops of flue- of Florida and he. and his ..... j I and residential properties in will train you on our equIP-I.. Starke Florida. ing./ Westmoreland Trailer

Showroom New. cured tobacco the U. S. Department family reside In Worthington !Starke. improved and unimproved ment in South tfrh. Park. Phone 969-2151 or IJU-

-- I of Agriculture has Springs. ''j I H. V Knight. P. O, approved. For Informationwrite. NOTICE 3291. tfchg

1962 CHEVROLET BEL Drawer F, City. tithe .Associated
AIR announced. The final jeturns !! Heavy Equipment Someone in this area!! to assume

Fordor ((6)) Stnnd.ird Trnnsir.ls.slon",! Radio, show approval by 1)0.5)* per l l1.1. R. B. SNYDER Schools. 2119 Lake payments on 1964 ZICJ FOR RENTBachrlor'a .apt.

Healer and Power SI ecrinir-Real .Quality. cent of the 356,051 ballots School Board Christie Drive. Orlando. or ZAG. Makes Button holes!! Completely furnished. Inc.
FOR SALE-Fill call B55-3337 2'11' utilities only $50 per mo.
cost In the referendum. To Meet FridayThe dirt top soil, 4tp monograms sews" on buttons '
'1959 Since the quotas were tractor: work Dew and used Johnie Hansen Starke Fla
CHEVROLET IMPALATudor approved 1104 E. Call Street No credit needed. $3800 Cash
Phone 468-1768 for appt.
by more than the building supplies. W. T. Ja .k
Hard Ton. V-8 Bradford County Three ,bedroom and two till or 6 payments of $7 00. Cal 2 18
( Automatic. Radio Per : ire 4trh
necessary two-lhlr\8\ of the $1 Day son Building Material and Mahlnory ,
& Heater. Very Clean Inside and Onto I I School Board will meet at 10 I Ia. bath home!', large living room Budget Manager collect Jack
I voting in the referendum Supply. Phone W41 I I
I growers m. Friday to consider a ,\ NEW I'OllTAHI.KSDahmer's 1 with kitchen!! and dining Uti- snnvlllo FI. 31231. 3tp :311I FOR RENT 2 bedroom Unfurnished -

1959 OLDSMOBILE FORDORAir I they will continue in coarse of action on Form 441. I 4001. tfchg llty screen porch and patio. ,II I I-I I house 64' miles
effect. As directed by legislation I
1 requiring! compliance with the 1i er .rmJ I Central heat and attic fan from Starke< on State Prison
Conditioned. Radio. Heater. Full Power, price support will be Civil Rights Act. On Your Lot Exclusive residential section HELP WANTED-Male or Female I Road. J. W. O-sklns. phone
New Paint A-l available, and tobacco I
Condition. any School systems \throughout high and dry corner!! lot with !! Carrier wanted far() es- !M4-1M3 tfrhg
produced in excess of the 3 HEDItOOM: I I
the nation have' been given a I pared street. Price and terms i tabl-thed motor route Lake :
1956 Cad. SALE-U ft. fiberglass
Fordor Sedan DevJlle H. T. farm acreage allotments will : '1 FOR
March deadline to sign the Complete Homes reasonable. A. J. Thomas. Butler area Must have own j
be subject to a marketing i ski boat and heavy duty traller -
Automatic., Power Steering. Power rake-*. I compliance;> ( form or submit a I Rrnltor Tel M4-V701 tfrhfc transportation. and be bond- ''

POWPP Window' Power !Seats' ((6 ways), Air ,I of quota the penalty average of market 75 per price rent plan of their own for desegregation 112 E. Call Th. !'H.1771I > .! $53.50 Per Mo. FOR SALE-with no closing I Icost. able.! Call Gainesville Sun ,
Conditioned Radio & Heater of the schools. Failureto Circulation Drpt between 9 a I
One Owner
for the previous marketingyear. \\1 I I Cozy little home. All! !I I
Mechanically\ Perfect. take action would mean FOLDER) : I m. and 6pm. 378-1411 col- NO, 266
Conveniences. Now Is ,
the loss of Federal aid fundsto yourchance : lect for Interview. 2tfhg 2 11 NEW BRICK HOME
i In, Florida 2.099 growers : I I". O. Ilox 6S to own home.
!! your I .
1960 THUNDERBIRD schools, and possible court I-ii W'i! Located in edge of city limits
voted In the December 13 "
%Wides Oceanway Branch IT. Nollman tfch 4 ROOM: UNFURNISHED
action School Supt T. L. of small! town. 3 BR. bath and:
)Full Pmv..r Equu'pinnt Air Conditioned flu-cured tobacco referendum Jacksonville 18 I HOUSE for rent. Tile bath. ,
Casey said I 1 I a hAlf. Thermostat heat control
Padio & Heater .ifi.noo( Miles. Locally Owned and 82 per cent of the votes "'Ia.i' Varnished floor $50 per- mo.
CU>ltomIade: Only 11.000 down. Payments -
I Complete Tax Service.!
-Quality,:, Checked favored the quotas. I Phon. 91.82411'I/ I ttfha
V For Florida I.UInjf I Johmte Hansen --8 ml. So. of $53 month. FHA ap
Call Collect :!
i Starke on U. S 301 Phone!! AMERICAN History-
NEW AND USED CARS RECREATION NEWSIn : vniiet{: Ire) i' 764-4070 468-1768. for appt. { ment and other Social 8tu-' No 140

'S'fr lUU 8u-hl 3 18 dies. Tu..dan9 p. m. USO
V TO SELECT FROM. For Your $ $ $ I 4hir t." I! About 2 acres. 5-rm. bungs
Bldg rear Mr. Costello IIU'I -
"1 N Salaried 2 BEDROOM:. comfortable FOR SALE Registered Aber. I i! i i! low with bath. screened. and
) or Commissioned -Nice, quired for OED diploma tfostJ.! '
,I den 25 to select 'I I enclosed porch Oil heal elec
house for rent. All Inside Angus/ Bulls. I
the Junior League last Employee: I 2tcng :3 I IK
C.IUI.S ntSKKTIllLI.; from $15000 up. T. W Baker tricity. phon Peach pear
repainted. 665 N. Clark St.
Our SaleM Depnrtmrnt) Is Open Thursdayand The Polntmakers defeatedthe week with Bradford Andrews Barber Drugs!! Shop defeating -, DAD&) HHAD( LARSEN Phone T T Long/ 964-1581 & Sons. Lake!' Oeneva! Fla :j MUSIC (General) A "must" trees: grape;; vines for home

Friday Nights For Your Baskethawks 21-7 In the :20-21! LIKE!: TO() WORK :3trh ::1'18'1 Phone Keystone Hel.hU.!! 473-i for choir members. Mondays eating. Place for vegetable
/ Shopping Con- Girls Basketball: League last 4704 2U-h 3111' j I 7-9 p. m. BHS Music Room. I garden. Colorful flowers and

venience. week. Each team has won Standings: Andrews Drugs YOU Benefit WANTED- Retired couple or ''I, Mr. M.trn.w.. 7tch :318 I shrubbery School bus by the
3-1 : Chamber of Commerce!! I WANTED TO BUY -3 bed- '1 .
one and lost one. retired man living in their door Only $5300.STROUT
AIH'LT n.SK.TLI.: i 2-1 ; Koch Drugs 1-3: ; Brad I own trailer. For details apply room house for about $3.00000 BUSINESS Subjects fTyping.Bookrepln .

defeated the I ford Harbor Shop. 1-3. All Si/cs on Display) Keystone Airport or phone Phon. {9UltllI. : Up *. Shorthand I :Man !!> REALTY
The Seniors I I.
I SI*17 N. Temple .%vs.ILl. .
dan. Tuesdays. WednesdaysRJE .
8-10-12 % ides 473-9827 ask for airport: op-
Jaycees 47-8, and the l Rebels .linlue., llrnilforil, 4 uuntr, WANTED Experienced accurate ( H. SOlin.
beat the Spartans 49-18 in riiirliln., In .-.....n..... I 11 Ii hlaths! cram ? OV. Van Valtn ttch. stenographer lardf'n-// and BitS.g p. m Mrs .._ 5-S"1
CK l \With In !It.: P.tt: t t n r Kdlth Dor I:. Murray. Mr. Lawson. MiuRns.nberg. ,
the Adult Basketball League nndpanllablt: >''
ClydeTODAY thy '1'iirk. 1..1.1Io'rrc'N !. : 1'1 FOR RENT Furnished 4 er< yard man. cleaning maid. 2tf'hr: :3 I H
last week. :() TH( ciiKPiTonsTo : room and bath apartment. 126S. Brown. Klngitoy Lake phone!!j EVENING Classes for adults
won-lostl 1 Reb nil cr.tor., .uml porinnihiivlnic ( 16 and o"erl I Diplomas>
( !
Standings : SU-2381. Urh. AMERICANISM: age
I rs CommunIsm -
clHlnm, ,, or dAitiMnila.. ,aKIllllHt New and Used Water St Phone 969-1185.. I
els. 2-0, Seniors: 2-0; Jaycees Milt. I'HtHt': tfchgc.LOSEOUr (with Economics: ) Mondays available through county ori

0-2; Spartan! 0-2. YBII( nnil.. ..oh of you ar.. R-Yr National M-nufacturlrur 7-9 P. m BUS -C" Bid*. i; state programs. Investigate
h..rfthv nnIifIr.I. .ml niuiritt,,\ I too financing available Chemical CO. has openings! for Office
Schedule for Thursday. Feb.hr .. First grade pencils Mr. SUtrunk, (Required for now Adult Education
prpRptit I 1111" ittiil ii. 'nl.
MHY "sue "' '' I
; : Jaycees vs. Spartans 7:30: wtiliti ytiu.. or. olthnr of v>uI -. ,, flc each; 70c doa.: $4 :3 I route salts personnel and: high school diploma I Trear USO Bid*. dally 8:30: a.

p m. Rebels vs. Seniors, 8:45: I I I1It%' have\ ,nirultmt. ,. thiF' ." ".. .ff i UM Our Henlal-Pur- lulf jroM Bradford: : County I territory ms.ns.grr Ouaran- I 3trh :3 I t 18 m to3'30p ml' 3tc-h. 2 18I
IliUlh; I'ortliv' IMrKo. On-vurvil
ted commUslon
chase salary
J p.m. I Int,. nt vnlil, t'uunty.. tfi thC <, Plan Payments leuraph. tf plus "
YOUTHSKF.TB UI, onnty Jinlic. or nrnilfortl Under $50;) I'er Month Also hare opening' for full or ENGLISH rnvmar. roqnpooitlon I FOR RENT' FURNISHEDModern -

Fishing Car Only two itam'!s were played County Flnrliln' .t hl. ..fflIn I I I FOR SALE 1960 Marlette part time! men! or women !j listening spelling Thurj- 3 bedroom house In
.... .
th iirt NHIIHI i f BHltt ( untUt ) Mobile Home 10' :SO. 2 bedrooms good neighborhood. Contact
in the Midget League last t ,!'ark... Klnrl.ri.. ., within nil x Write Fuller Brush CO. Otis, days 7-9 p. m. usa BidgI
week. Starke Hardware defeated mtltmlnr, mnnth from the tin. I washing machine. Call E. Brown P. O. Box 1 11. Eat I mir Mr Trmwlrk I'eh :318 I 1 :Mrs RenneT 383 W. Wash.
of' the tint pnl. >IK'tlnn of, thlnntli Now'Mobile ;I Bfil-1543 1 uhlI Lake Weir., Fla" 'Incton St tfrhgOLD j t
9-8. jj
Canova Pharmacy K::,*'h rln' I IITI' or il...it'.mlhnll MATHEMATICS' Arithmetic j
and Ofrm Jewelry defeated hi Inrlilnir.. unit .11." I FOR HALE Six" lots and FOR S.u..E-Caltie tfl'hsr// Mondays 7-9 Mr Heath FASHION BED- j
pups. m-
.,into, I"" l 1.1.. .', ri.II.'nc.. .nd 1 1punt p.
Register Oil :27-13.: cottage on colley Road. ROOM: suite- Dresser vanity }
$ <*rnV t* iKMrcfM nt th< Home SitesAV.tILAIli.E registered.! Champion RJE: Mrs. Read. usa
StandingsOrm: : Jewelry!! :51 '1iilvniint., .ntiil. iiKjill be vworn i<4hy Starke. Also five room houseon ground J. E. Hitchcock: State' BIde rr-r gtcria 2'' 18 dresser wardrobe. box sprtno j
Southern Discount, 4-1: ,thr. ,lilirnnt. hi. i....nt. or 'I Double
; I $83.
Hendersonville.TT and mattress
one acre Fla.
utikrnov. mil%,\ any ."," l.lm orilnmnn.l Prison Ralford
Sl95 Starke Hardware. 4-1; Canova ... .. ELEMENTARY Basic i Education : from $393 to $14.0.
1960 STUDEBAKER nut, fll ,1 l nhitll. b< Full I Lake' I'rivileites' C..J T. Qulnlev. :2tchg! 3'U 3tft\r\ 3 33 sinks
Pharmacy, 1-3: :, Register Oil V .1.1. Tuesdays and< Thursdays \ Refrigerator-* to $30 Pennells -
I>ark Fordor Wajton, (;ino.1! 0-6. 1I1o'ha..I". Junkin. .. .Acl 1 1minutrntiu Homestead EemptFinancing: FOR SALE Couches from NEEDED AT ONCE-Full or I 7-9 p. m, Mrs. Royal Bargain Center i former :
'" UIT. t I'< ,\\ .nt itnnoti
\ Tires (;Jood Conditiot Only one game was played \" thi. J.tate t :>f P1.11th I I $1350 to 135 00. Odd chairs part time man or YOmaJto) RJE; Mr Hopltbu--BHS 'B" 1 IT PaM"'.I Up
I Dirtily. Park. ii""c.n...l. from f3 00 to $9 SO. Inter- serve Watkins customers! In| Bid*. -tfh. :3 I t 18 I
\ 1tI'IZrA'' First' I'ublliatiun K 4, 'I1**: I' .30 FOR RENT-4 room furnished -
'' 44* Lake Geneva sprint mattresses from $3 Starke. Good Income. No investment -
,.. nrrriir.L V { to $18 50. Formerly Fair's t Set your. own hours. SCIENCEOtnerat, Physical. apartment Private entrance -

BAPTIST flq-'l.' ->->... 'Int) q 1t.-.1 ,\-_.._ r 'e p',1-'" nfP""?V Biology, Chemistry, Wednes-!! 234 W Lafayette St.pAOli .

I i '. Bradford County Telegraph

STARKB. IXA.. Tilt'RSIMV. 1 iii., II. 1MW



ced- BBS I Homo \Why Not Get ii

i L* .t Friday the BH3 CagI DemonstrationNotes
I I era. under the direction. of I ,
Blanding, Chances For Job 9
Corps Coach Payne, traveled to
Dear Gene: THE MOST.
nandlna and! lost to the

Bolstered By Green ,Cove's Withdrawal board The of Florida Governors Bur Association Is presently rates by 13 points. This Fer,1. 0

good considering. ; the B7 D.r.thy'te.'

lobbyingfor Constltutlonl11lmendmeont the /adoption ofa Fernandina .has. thU. year The route D.... nti.. Apa'tI For Your !
Baby Tornadoes managed' to I
Cornea! now the information that > the nation's largest!'! aircraft and electronics I I which would provide, that Flor- overcome the baby pirates. and r,

special >committee of the Clay County manufacturers with annual I Ida Judges would bo appointed win. Then the next night. I "

Chamber of Commerce meeting Monday sales of approximately $350 million Instead of elected. I would

BHS beat Doile In a clone) BROILER Obermrf\ ; Joann, Judy, Drendt.
niglht: adopted a resolution to seek last year, U peeking' the unoccupied I like to go on record in opposition game The Tornadoes, shorthanded i Every family know how: and "Annette BUMS' : 'Kalhy Lewis

the proposed Job Corps Training Center facilities: of Green Cove's industrial to such a plan and feel be became of Illnesi.. glided :i great a broiler I Is for turningout Itrenvla, and Allean preen;
and the should
only if the Camp Blanding site is park for establishment of a U.S. Government I :you idviscd. of It. public up playing with just four
rejected, Job Corps Training (Center. The proposal would provide men. The four men .scored. and the all-Amrlcnr ham, .In lyiiifford.SKI I ,

Northrop will sponsor! and guide the that ,11 judges would be np quite a, few points!' and defended burgers. The broiler is I" a ver. : .K-ttON: OF r'l'KNITt'He"' i
This ifo welcome news, and certainlya !' their lead, woll The' autlle feature of the and l
vocational at the facility gas .. .
training pointed( by the Governor from ll. w ran you<< 'judge\ a goods< I
commendable action the of Baby Tornadoes lout to a Hredup ,
on part which will emphasize electronic vocational a late of nominees submitted" electric range. Some nugges- buy In furnUureT This. I III
the Clay:) County Chamber. 'Any other junior varsity Uolle' team lions. i>" how to tine It *rei '. wh"r''we I
training, but which will also by a commisulon" appointed for tried 1 to answer In
course 'Would have muddied the waterto cover a broad spectrum, of other skill!'!. that purpose... The ,system, ;' Tho cnger travel to :Mmrlenny -- 111* 1 1 Let your broiler quickly I the Home Oemonvtrntlon Club
such extent that the'chances of to be guests!' al n game toast a doaen. or so pIM'.* of ,
but month.
an "It was emphasized! and reiterated Mould provide that t In order to prngrama I
there. Then we play host to bread, at a time. -Keep.'* 1 Lead l
Starke .or Green Cove, either one for that the of /such a vocational remove such a judge his, name (Cablnfta tables and other
presence PnUtkn this Saturday nUht ... I
about :2 I Inches'' from the fl.irue
ultimately obtaining the training cen- training center here will would! be placed' on the ballot\ p4er.a that" are not upiiolstered .
serve a* a Come on out and !support' your Turn once and butter !Itot.'
ttr'\ ILl have been together with the question', .should l ..examiner'' 0
: wou damaged. yon < \-Jt14
strong attraction to new industry and team' these "last few tamesIn ((21> Use. the broiler for lantyohees ?
payrolls in the area. "IX you doslie tint: Jud<1te: the Senior !league, has!' aandwlche. Tout 1. 'Inaide of" drawer' bol
) \\ becomes apparent that The continue n s judge", yea 01 no:?' .
Northrop ketbrtll teams are mud, up of bread on one side. Remove''' ter .piece are smooth n.1 1'.1'lI.p *
Corporation, which'will operate If the vote waa against his continuation .
| "Florida Dirst-pixtof
State University will cooperate players from orgnnlxatUintwho and spread. unto.<".td tide slAtned. panelbetween
the training center under contract with Northrop in set tin'- up the office would betlM'lare.1 > sponsor team'' andteam a with nxiyonnalse. or butter.Add each .Irlt"'.,.

If one is designated for this academic curricula: writing, research, vacant rn
area was interested in the Green and materials for teaching and teststo !I judge method appointed by the aforesaid (HUM" of IlllS... Those. games, ami rover with a slice of flt. .. Compounded Per Annum

Cove Naval Station primarily as an determine talents and mental level or procedureIn :ire played on Thursday, night. cheese.. Top 'with '.(rips'' of 3. Finish. apprled evenly* SmlAnniiully,I. Our
'tlcal effect' this would Anticipated
alternate' site in the event the Camp prm ,and are very g-ood 1 to watch.It purtUlly broiled bacon.: Broil .. Tables well braced.i. Julius
give /nil state Judges" a life tenure -
riamlinuf, ( location is turned down. It "'''he center: would provide a 50- In office. In the U. free no come On art.They t. :3 I Inches' or more from flame may' be. of Merttse''nnd'Tenon.'\'' Dividend

was:<< felt that the existing buildings week\ vocational training course for method of removing practice I then.. are held In the Armory until bacon U done .And. or Dowel. Con>er block.. on At'First
fast week's results were the cheese Is melted, all rood tllrnl\ur.\ C\ue]\ and!
and facilities at the Naval Station approximately 2,500 Florida boys between judge would be Ineffectual .

would. be an inducement to officials of the ages of 16 and 21. A faculty am). It should be noted. In m und following Hud'a: Senior.team 'over over'' J Jerry C.II- for(31(:t I Th broiler la .lIcell.nt> screws In drawer.u..I.corners.I. 1"'y..11.. Joints I Federal Savings and

" the Economics: !'! Opportunity Act to locate of approximately 220 persons: and way' would' the public have a l
, the center at Green Cove. This 200 additional service and maintenance voice In the actunl nccctton! \ of league just. started. List Tuesday '' And a few minute Shrimp renter", guide mil I

factor< land to become of less importance personnel will receive an estimated a f JudgeI night, and, the result, are the broiler will gently' under Tlieif"' ,are''' some' of the Loan Association $
however considered of U.S. fund fear too that the" commialion : 'thlfig to look fur. .' ffjj &
: > when it is 1300.000 monthly. In the following: Robert Powelpttteam toast dishes. with cheese or Cump.'to

(that facilities: at the Green Cove base addition, students at the school' which appointed, would becomea over Denn' Normnn's meringue topping quality among finnniire in the. !

Would. be adequate) for a corps of only will\ be a part of the President's! antipoverty political footh.ill 1 and under team. and Pwlght Kl.lor's: team ((4)) riiln rake ran he glimorlred. :\ price. range suited'' lo your j I Of Starke % I
this law
no one
!000) to 1,000, trainees, whereas the ultimate campaign. will be given $100 proponed Governor over' Ronnie Harper's team' .. Top. with brown\ augur'" I' porkMhook. Then select piece.which .*. llfflfew.

objective U to enroll around upon entrance, plus a clothing allowance ; mull be who appointed wn not, by nominatedby the These teams aM mode. of Hlh end hopped. nut, or coconitt offer most. In relation. I 21 8 North Temple' "? Ave. I
., to needs
in the small allowance. through 11th gradersFriday and honey and place under your I '
2,500 proposed center. plus! a monthly this commission .
night the Shadows, the broiler for a few minute. Tour best ,protection I I. t h''' ,
There I III a feeling'" among\ ,
Therefore, in addition to expensive The National program i is being inaugurated some that the judges,.. <<' shoul.l l be from take City played). at IIdlln..e 1 1M) Chicken. Bait and pepper.\ buy furniture with repntablobranil +
In the Armory. and, the and. brush "njnmes" and from merj j *
renovation, the Government would& with a $150> million budiret completely, removed\ from any chicken with but .
whom condene -
have to add extensively to the plant for this year. This figure is expectedto ( political I Infhlt'n.l'hAts"'or refreshment were sponsoredby t... l'lsre. on broiler p..n about .. I

and, in the end. the saving between double next year." and that, to refrnln. from elect-"( the Candy, Striper The midway the oven tower f. rack for more Information, ask SAVINGS IN BY 20TH
"bond wa very' gaol.. ) but t.iedunce a* chicken rooks.. Turn chink
!starting' from scratch and "making' Inir them would l accomplish for a ropy of "lluylng Wool
would In a column of personal! comment ( this, 1 disagree with both the wasn't publicise"! ennuith( en Allow about 1 hour 'to .
and t there' weren't too
be as great as drat believed. the Crescent editor added : "Let us! get! I principle and.' .the' proposed, procedure I there. The Tr"'I'a.Jlf'r.I'layll' many.people *, cook HINTS: .IectNc' ras'hturn ''''I and you(,"r ee. Our'phone: rmnvbr EARN FROM THE 1ST

a 'program to make more !skilled i labor I I tn accomplish!! that, end, : <1 at a durue. sponsoredby .. On. > bi l ''JJ4'-Mi:
For instance, the cost of establish available. It N. a commodity of whichwe Politico! Influence curt be proper Student the knob'I t/j! -"II.eM' : } Ore. bnt'ia '181, "Iailt. ,. -
the 1lnvvrmneMSuturusy open the oven tjoof. ".tuttt,. .. ,
training center"" in surplus facility in short supply because! I or Improper! Kor example .. -.ti e' e" :
Ing a a are now .
night In the Armory way The broiler. im4!, I I. In *t1\|) # .
know .
near, VIM Angeles is said to have having had, for no long a time, no employment any office holder who There were quite a few top, of t II. .oven.r: i" f.In f.} -... .
will here to answer to constituents
Wen $113,500.000) a higher fl '\lr. our own youngsters have ho. actions will people t there and the student.. ( gas range, 'the ;.broUi'|' '

than callled for by the proposal ,for the gone either elsewhere for civilian! join. I, for his those constituents Government. made a lot of I I..*. usually" Itl t the,,? hotlhitt, he to serve
Camp 1J landing site which. has _no or into military nervice.: It is highly more. apt well, courteously anti money. I Ilh. rinse and. .the .rt.,ng.sand.'. -window' postNd1

existing facilities. Maintenance of probable that these training camps: consistently thnn one who Monday wn report| card the door. I"I keptcjiwied. .. ,

10' rommunilliM and there were a lot of Meat HhouM' '..IWliYi, h* roaked <
older buildings over a period of to will become assets to the ( knows hi* job I I. secure regard. day
:20! years would also be another item in which they locate It is certain they less.. of his conduct\ A* An eample '''' happy and i unhappy face around .l .wlv, .IU sure'andewateh| I
.hol!. food l in. the hroUer aV.. |UI. haul.I II" '
arguing In favor of new construction.. : will 'attract a highly paid hitch grade of this I refer you to u
The Senior' Class',, la sponsoring I Intense Food will ,tjulckly
of Federal
of Instructors. Someone's going> to the system of selection'""
It mu.nt. lx remembered, too,. that take In ,*omc of the money these instructors judges and their. estremeIndependence. a Valentin* l'''nr. tomorrow burn If (the heat t.a not adjuaUexl > floor hump. '
night Trldity Feb by moving the ckjn th\.i ielectrlo
the Government' no1 longer" owns the are paid. I Let in not be | I d I 'II'U" l It"
Is what 12. The Phantoms will supplythe range or *"it"' ..
Green CoO'ea'y; ( a"e. It is owned archaic this type of judiciary '
,blinded by old and mostly! pre music.. Everyone: plesscome .. knob on thegss'rengL' 1I .t
by the 'City of Green Cove Sprints, judices. The fellow who rides today's the people of Florida deelre.Let and help the Seniors TIIKVVK: : IMMr/l) ': IT' .\ct '1)\11.)\ '

which would undoubtedly expect com* band wagon will make it. The fellow I' me make one thing tn abundantly get. to New York. Thank you! ThurMlar, the lfl'athar'. 4-H., :

considerable rent for its use over the who rides", the band wagon of a bygone I clear: bl'.d11'1 Here ourCircuit \h Steve Denmark" girl held their. regulnrmeet. .. ..< .. Mradiator.
we are
y'tarll. The (handing site, on the other day will find himself. pushing the capable men serving" judKe I log when. I they workeU.orX.flllt... :

hhnd, ii made available without cost Ing out heir Home: Improvement
if it at all. Circuit.. levelburnt
moves the .
wagon. I not only at t progren It I I. full well popular j .
., bm k .
by) the State Armory Board. record > *
also at the County level now to speak' of changing
These expressions, from The Crescent 1 These. men .serve. ably and welt certain offices' from elective to I After the meeting, (hey
It intereitting! to note Ust.week I surprised) me with many lonely -
wm show that others also recognize .
and" for the most rnrtro"rlf'o.ly appointive to "get them out of j jpolitics"
K'bw\\ other town react to the proposal I useful 1 gift, Including linen No
the benefits, both financial and educational quite ,. If you ask I. for one, d,<> not believe steering.
that a J'ob Corps Training Center be to I be derived from the establishment any of them of I their .persnnnlfeeling this I I. the democratic .. f..t..1. milk wl\\."., bowl" power

located i in their midst. Clay County of a large vocational und! toward this proposed. way to operate, ", government I II If bubble bath leaders. .and sachet Mrs.. Torn '

t leaders! und officials welcomed the technical training! center: especially' I amendment. you will find that ...l most of the people, that I Their DougUl .na4Hi

Northrur representatives with open of they. oppose It. I think this I know anything& about will aTree Msrkey Mri. Iva
when operated by a corporation ends.. Green served. lemon-..
arms, and the Cay County Crescent: the magnitude and financial resources '! ""peak* well of their personal' -. with me. site. and cake No brakeso
) "A Mar- Integrity I sincerely' hope thnt you ns'
carried atn editorial captioned. of Northrup.And Those, attending r a.l, ?
story I am not In the habit of editor of this .pa|..' and the. power
\'elous and
( Opportunity) a newt Charlene. and Donna Melvln/"
Waded. "$3.6 Million Annual Payroll now that Green ("0I.U bowing writing let rato.the.dltorbut people of our. eminty. will let leggy sot. .P.lsy K this matter U feeling .rx known lo theproper
I feel that your
Dangled Before GCS Leaders." out of picture-at leant until Cand I fUlfiey, Cindy and Cathy

the Blanding proposal has been acted brought one. that to should the attention and. .must of the be". tempt to,people"throw' *o the that baby this .1'1 nf Uw. tiling"' ytxi IL In'l l get.: ( In n (C miilr I )j .

In its ,editorial The Crescent said : upon-it would seem that our chancesof ,, I lHonNt !best f for l lit Iii' It. I '
public, .because' If 'the proposed with the bth" will fall strain of cotton .your | rvMAon } {

"The distinct possibility that a Job obtaining the center are devidmllystrengthened. .legislation 'Is ,pnnaeil. 1 It In jut ?I Sincerely yourt.K i, a .

(tarps Training Center; Nt under It has been said that another. example of the A Green. Jr He also showed u* a picture
vp fr.\\
there U no Government-owned and 1, dom of the publli being Puhllt tlefenderKlghlh postcard dated IMJ Of athreemasted
the\ auspices! > : of the Northrop CorporAtion
controlled surplus property" In Florida l J Ily I usurped in the name ofWorklnt JiHllcUl', Circuit I sloop tied .up[ atthe
one of the nation's great Space ;:
that would be available for the renter.and m John river at Palatka.which W
and under the I
age\ that if Florida is/ to obtain one I had brought up a cargoof I ,
wademicc guidance of Florida State
: It
University In an almost incredibly at all, it will have to I lJe the lUandinglocation. Farmer's Diary doesn't Ice down"seem from)possible In 'this

wonderful I chance for Green. Cove and t 1 time that. once 'Ire pal

all of Clay County> to move quickly Another factor apparently working By rVaw MeOarrery \ brought .from .AI> far. away

from a "mall agrarian, community into in favor of the \local: site ,is,, a recent ofa
I All of f which remind .a
of 1965.
the excitement and riches owl
would seem to mU -)
development that round near M rose we man* r
i scene' up In Jersey
It "Let us never be fooled that the out Tnomanville., Ga.. where Ix>ckhe>ed peach tree. In blossom, ands year ago when .. watched'
to operatea t'o white. bloom on .a number
Federal Government is going to tinker was submitting a proposal Administration of what' appeared. t to be I' men sawing Ire at a pond 'ttl'urt< :: 'Ufrtlral.YoiJ.rf' !I :: '' : a
center in Veterans we'" lived The
training where
with su facility which was believed + rake. of .Ice were rhuted U an
with the basic social structure of any (hlnt! t'',.. r<-1 maple. la budding I' later
be> closed. Hut now house and
would soon
community Let us never forget' that I" beautiful' dl.- Corvair Chevrolet
out 4 and
sawdust by)
ha ordered a "freeze", to .. .... covered with
9r>me co-mmunity, If not Green Cove Congress -- ...... play and wine trees.. have provided a supply fir tt\ '
VA facilities' no
f I. going: to make good on such a facility the cloning' of Qch I turned to an oriole. red' ss I' ,

; make good doll*rw In!*, make this will reduce Thomasville's chancesof on the pi..nclpl. of they normally do In the fall I coming summer.! .: _- fhe |beauty of If, of course, 1 KIMII( ,ilrt'jwi. of which a<'M, up to some mon im pnr-

good in its attractions to new payrolls obtaining a center in the near fu better. Ute than never.n aom"1 Old | I Hut In thl .e tlan. before' than th. things, yim ,don't, Kt.* 'f here. 'a tan p10Mw.

ture. 1 Man Winter U getting Hlrawberrr production has Invention of lce-fiekln. | .hat Jo Power atirina,, I'crarr' bnikva Cor-
and industry I' good tick now to make up far off of course! and the the) other ,site of the coin-M you
fallen" .
machinery by a fTorldUn, Ittf vafr needs' .them like A centipede: { | riccili
earlier" \1" the In their pUro.Tak .
the County
So we commend Clay skipping u* tea-1 i growers are' doing a lot ofalltIng and tet'
The Crescent news story said: Chamber of Commerce for its action in son AU aloft..me people I and bending over to I must have were been kept a luvury cool In a the. no window fxwt for, rampb. crutches" With mtJt) t of 'the .O/CIO"/
I thing*
"A $."\1.6 million annual payroll for its proposal until such: time have been predicting. that a |I II get the >fr" berries which 1 "dalrr.' or In a "..f..* What you da set U hardtop; atylinu( weight on the; > rear. wheels\ (. the: fronton

Green Cove Springs wan dangled' before delaying the I **.rm January mean frot inj I ripen MrJ H I Geneva. I IOsklru e with curved. l fraineLrs" side window, *-inrery ii an far to steer, t'a.tilyIH,stops
been made if
decision ha on and U look now at ,
as a summed It up this
( a group of Its business and pro- ithey This II I not to sat. by ant Corvair; classed l rIKS.lei.Th are quick&' und,
1M right .
.fessionad leaders on Tuesday. Blending site This was not only agesture may. way: meen' th.t.. never! have '.
transJiiUfnon and. ilriveimw sure-' will)
t of good' will-it was an actionof I I "We're, P"> king Ju" eiwigh natural Ice .round "here for pump notlisrnrrr/ /llic I( .

"The Vorthroo Corporation) one of good common **n.e. Far instance, one morning now to ke p our back hurt.In. we can well remember finding you don't get( mean rrKir" flint rcMirn.lo nllMl"tlivi"t n":

t. Last week' .e had a '1'111 The' i IIM berries. should the 30-galUMi tub we used"
"white froaf nhkh blanketed bt picked l !even though thr1l.h watering store 'fiorfn solid I tkar u J>clirally (Ut.nfliator to our I

and Uil old re' n t La low because hard fr"',.. tier.eves .
Ute ground to und
during a hr
.uir-r l.fimean
ecRI4 Nn the riiKine' ( > <<: >wr oin
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Yankee looked' U (Uwe I had a the will and spoil a lot at the time, with kne. .*. dLtt'trv.rlhedif L t1 4'A.frre .
O no water, no) anlifnezegood *
ESTABLISHED 1879 :.iht anew during the night of other f knocking and teeth chatterIng -
Q It Ia :.trreilr.g to watt'.a, ( e an Iced drink wt Ib.1| ) nil hose hallo to worry arxjut .\11!) '.: 'i'.

rW f, L .."",,..*. KOITOa..) AMD PU.CJOtOSVT ...... frost term lust about; daybreak: Had at- t..aUnalk. \ last last thing in the world w..*
N O ANH f Prtci, o that Ce; e r..j U under week. rat::}) hrle' T. Hruih.lvror needed. Rut< that' the weather. /Jri., tuinrlhintt, ,}, rrnlly new. > tlmttnrr, the tliffttretu., at your, (Cknroh.' /' "ajjjj.jjsjIvjjjtjjjjjjijjjjj

c !I.oal.a"t WtlKLTTIMWOOM.T edtw..u.w PU.t."I..D COtt- a brown blanket. and (lh' <:UJ ,itorekeeper. 'In In- for toss we. talk about n, ( / / ; ('
g7JOt U*e csj. TMC teat. Msstw.ea. wr: '"ji appear like a bed theeta : tf iu ten" rho had ore'" time s jmplaln and sometime. ew.e ,
If Uoilm: Esi, its ceV tad U !nw .ed companr, slid It but till have. to put fro Of

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businesses will range up to r derway this spring. from the Flordagrand& excites before the berry harvest sea. setting: out In the yard.. Hard-

I :Steps Taken By 88th Congress I $2.1>00. Kills added. they wlh 'Oklawaha' berries. whichare the 'Oklawaha' into producing I son. Following this fertilizer en-off the plants by setting

carry an Interest rate of 4 Ii8p.i.eni Let's GoGardening oblong and shiny, containa several extra pints of berries schedule. you'll find that the the newly rooted, cuttings in

Will Aid Lower Income FamiliesEprcial I ana mim DC: up. deep red juice, and ara before the summer sun calls quick vine growth will furnish cans or in a nursery row. and:

wirhin l 15 years. 1ErZi suiter than strawberries. The I time on the berry season. I you with additional propagation -II gradually manage them in'.o:

measures pravldeJ: ; :frlllm". r-alslde markets The new loans are avallabl I I II, ult; cooks up into mouth- PlantingTo material.: yard survival condition.

:Jby the 88Ui Congress to lu'lp home production of handicrafts to faun and rural families a I waleilng! Jellies preserves and I I insure rapid growth. apply I For leafy!! stem cuttings; I

farm and otnsr rural families custom agricultural well as liuivluuaia n..J10> By tlervey Sharp plea about a quirter of a snip; the canes Into stx-lnca SYMRNA MISSIONARY

'with Ilmlt3d earnings develop sI'vices: such as land: ppara- a small amount of capital: i ; -'lurid Aifru-ulUiral: tununionSrrvtcf Some folks say they often pound of 8-8-8 [tNPKl fertilizer pieces and place them upright BAPTIST CIILKC1I

mew sources of Income will tlon harvesting ani processIng lnp.ova th.lr eaiiii.i< ou: forget to cook a batch of around each plant two I in a rooting medium under Smyrna :Missionary\ Baptist

:play a major role In brlnulns fai-llltljs and 11 variety 01! cannot quality for creult fi 1\. "inarud: fruit. The result is a weeks after planting.& Be sure a mist of water. You may: Church located at 033 W.

economic stability to Bradford other income-rroiuelng fatci.l: exiting public or pmai BLACKBERRIESElackbe.riLs drink that even the beverage to keep the fertilizer 12 inches I like to Improve on your rooting Pratt St.. invites everyone to

:County' aocorcllng: to HarlanR tics. sources. incluJlng other Frf. are lllcc, babies: agents relish. from the plant to prevent & luck by dipping the bas'of : attend the following services:

Ellis supervisor for the The Farmers" Home Administration loans. -both grow:: batter; with proper < The n'w berry li like a burning of the tender roots. the cutting In a solution of I Sunday School. 10 a. m.

:Farmlrs H-me Admlnlstra- will cary out th- financial and technical assistance training and( cau: With! model husband-It !has on J If leaching rains fall. feed 1 Indolebutrlc acid. For best reI I Preaching, 11 am. each Sun

loan program under the new will be adva.iced: i I. jut attention: both are >bUbjej small fault. That is, It gets each plant with a couple of suits insert tIle cuttings only day. Evening Worship 7 p.m.

S tlon.These measure Include Economic Opportunity; Act in develop a variety of nuiuari o glowing will.: ounces of nitrogen fertilizer I about 1V4 Inches in the root- j Prayer Meeting: 7:3O: p.m. each

:long-term loans to finance rural areas. E.lii: said. In ad, enterprises. Loans may bused Keeping little; ones from lazy.Dut that Is no problem 1* at eight-week Intervals between Ing medium end not. to ths Thursday night.-Elder T. C. '

the development of small dltion. loans will be mile: to to pay noinul opeiatini. unn'ng'! wild U a dam'S.l' you inter-plant 'Oklawaha' February and September -;, bottom of the bench, tray or: Williams pastor. I

:famlly businesses that will increase farmers for agricultural pro- expenses connected \wiLls tn problem but keeping' beriij' with a few vines of the Uni In subsequent years flat dull I
family Income. jects and to small rural co business buy and Insta su-dcncr' sChe-j have Paul for Gone! Clean.
: domesticated Is a versity's 1961 model blackberry dule the mixed Atfer the cuttings I IC
: Funds may be advanced for operatives. equipment:: construct buildIngs problem. It's okay to tic b riy Flordagrand. Pollen| February or about a rooted. condition them, before t Hag No Khaki or WooL AU
such farm Loans to farm families or and purchase land. tk>o. Bring to Tel gruph.
purposes: as machInery vines to stakes to keep themIn

repair shops, well I I individuals to develop small, Family fal'm2rs and:! rura line; but you'll be In trouble I

residents may qualify! for ar. If you try the same meth- I I

opportunity loan for a nOn od with small fry.

I farm enterprise if they receivan So. stay out of trouble and !

Income from all source. ; out of wild briar patches by 9 ij
that is too low to cover bask t ,* growing a few trellises! of a

Terwillegar I family needs and are unabli 1965 model blackberry de

to obtain credit through other k : veloped by the Florida Ati'l- 20 Word or less, one time._____ .95 MemorluM' Resolution ___ So per word

sources. cutlural Experiment Stations. If not paid in advance ____ 1.25 Cards) of Thanks, up to 54 word, ___ :2JM

Applicants for a loan mus It's called 'Oklawaha'. Keyed or Blind Ads ________ 1.25 Over 50 words ______________ Ac per ward

'MOTORS'' I furnish the evidence business that 01service the rieeefor I It, Blackberries are alsa::! like babies Each additional word over 20.___ .05 DIsplay ads In Clanilfled.! __1.50 per took
as both are fairly toleran'
._ __
not presently being met in th to wet bottoms. For best berries -

area. avoid sites where water FOR SALE:

Loan funds and operating r collects or where the hardpan Expert Recapping I Ready mix concrete, concrete HASTINGS MATTRESS

A-I plans for new business ventures : keeps water near the surface. By Glenn iFUIEI block house pier, sand cement |1& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
will be supervised by -'- If have suitable site. mortar mix rock steel
you a St. Palatka
710 Lemon(
FHA. Repayment terms wit! don't renege bpciuse now !I. (Pee Wee) CrewsAlao I I e/ystor shell llmerock roof
Full lAne of gravel. lintels.] BRADFORD Furniture Repaired!
to 15 with 4 I .lead The Classifieds! \
range up years. the time to initiate a black-
NEW TIRES: TRITCK ENOR. CO. Phone 964-2321, Upholstered & Refinished
interest rate. YOUR 'I
118: percent berry project. If the local nur- Stark tr..hll I
In addition to loans fo: sprvman can't fu'nlsh: you TRACTOR An SIZES 1 FOUND AMONG\ TIlt::, MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

nonfarm enterprises FHA can with a start of 'Oklawaha', I Pennsylvania & Dunlap CLASSIFIED ADS. CALI PEYTON:" FLORIST Innerspringsand

make opportunity loans to contact your county a 'ent. I HARDY BROTHERS AT TilE TELEGRAPH 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Box Springs

farmers for farm Improve- He will be able to locate a SALVAGE YARDU.S. OFFICE FON A FREE PHONE 964-41SS Drop U. A Card or Can

ment and development that I source of the thorny vine SOI-Nortk TICKET TO THE FLORI., NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-103! PALATKA KA B-9189
USEDS will raise family earnings. Sgt. J. L. Godwin Rumor has It that nurserymen ) r )PA Tn JI: A TR F.. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS!!! ]MRS. PEGGY 8IIALLEB

The agency now also administers I are hard-pressed to keep!, We Wire Flowers Anywhere 209 E. Adklns St.
a new loan and technical Receives AFCommendation up with the demand for the INS nt.':OOCf1 BE SURE TO SEE World tfchq! Starke, Agent
assistance for small AT REDrCKI RATES Book before buying\ any other
briar plant. Place (.de/
cooperatives serving rural AUTO FIRE':, ROt Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne. REGISTER NOW FOR
now and you'll likely b:} ible
DOYLE!: F.. (CONNER yoar local representative! since! ADULT EVENING CLASSES BOBBY BIGOa AUTO
families limited Income
who have Sgt. James L. (TJiml Godwin to get the berry project tin-
and resources. recently raceived! the Air INSURANCE AGENCY 1956. P. O. Box 603 Phone Basic and high school refresher BODY REPAIRS
ttchg 084-3794 tfoh- courses. Individualized AUTO PAINTING
Additional information on Force Commendation Medal
instruction start at any time FREE ESTIMATES
loan programs under the following completion of twoyears' WILLllMSrJEWELRY E J. RAUl EPSON *3.00 per course! of 18 weeks 411 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla.
I IWc're Economic Opportunity:; Act is service as first sergeant (Insurance Problems? Negro adult students. apply tc tfph.
available at the Farmers with an Air Force unit in FOR RENT Two concrete
Call The Man From:' Principals office f i RJE
Home Administration office Adana. Turkey. block houses on Laura St. FOR SALE-4 Br.. S full bath
"KeyBtone"George High School.( White Adult students -
Loaded With The Clean- In the Seagle Building Annex Sgt. Godwin is the son of I One furnished. Each (50 per apply to the Adult Education CB home: panelled den 2 car

Room 7, Oalnesvllla. County John Oodwln a longtime em mo. In advance. Hollls V. carport; laundry room: chaiu
REPAIRS; E. LaRue Office SE Wing& USO
est Selection Of Used Cars Supervisor Ellis is also avail- ploye of the State Prison at MACIIINKENCRAVINR\ Kp/stone Heights : Knlsht. 131 W. Call St. tfchg Building rear, I to 4 p. m link fenced back: yard; partially
able for information the first Halford, and has served In air conditioned. Attractive
FURNISHED APARTMENTSLlffht dally or write to Adult Education
Ever.. Come See Friday morning of each the Air FOI'celII1C3 January Consultant For All Your price. Call 376-0938. Gdlne
-- Compare and water. Phone 964- Drawer 100, Starke. Business -
month at the County Agent's 1951. lie haRt, nerved at Lack- SCHOOL JEWELRY( vllle. tfchj
Insurance Need. 5671 or 964-7271, Mrs. Bull- ,, foreign languages, andmusic'
office in Starke. lAnd (Texas! Air Force Base
DIAMONDS: rourv avnilftbli tfch
1963 FORD 9-Pass Country SedanFull as an air pollccm.m.: and also K<>|>rrMnllnK' I IriKton: tfchir MALE HELP WANTEDMenIn

Tower and Air Conditioned, Tinted Final Returns saw 27 months of air police I I. D. BRACELETS: (I irpitt ,'.....rlo'lan IIIN. C'o. FOR RENT-2 Bedroom A- USED MACHINE SALE good health. minimum education -

Class; : Radio & Heater. One Owner-A-l. duty In Germany. II3 was due CHARMS( : I ETC. The Traveler' In... Co. partment. Furnished.: 507 Singer Portables (9.93 & I'r 8th grade age\ 21 to
Reported In
for discharge in 1054. but re- Tel 473-4602 Day Center St. Inquire at 509 Cent SINOER COMPANY 402 N. 59.>> Contact the Personnel De

1963 FORD GALAXIE FORDOR Tobacco VoteFinal enllstod and was assigned to Starke. Via.: I 473-4325 NLtes r St., Mrs. Ooldle Martin. I Marlon St. Lake City, Fla partment Sunland Training
Hunter Air Force DI\ e. and tfchg 752-40B1 tfchf Center P. O. Box 1150.

High Performance Police Special 1 Engine return; from ,the referendum Eglln Air Base prior to his Auto Fire Home Bunlncs Oalncivlll- Florida Btchg 318H
and Suspension Heavy Duty Cruisematlc SCHOOL AND :INSTRUCTIONS FOR RENT-Spacious 2 bed
held December 15 overseas duty in Turkey ---I !Monthly Paymr Plan .
Radio and I Heater-!Mechanically Perfect. confirm the preliminary report lIe is currently serving! as an ''G.If/Jft I Earn (185 and up room unfurnished< duplex. Also .

that growers! approved instructor on the Air ForcenOTC : .......{. I/l\/ I. operating bulldozer dragline furnished apartments. Nlc FOR RENT Trailer space
location Reasonable. W. H
1962 PONTIAC CATALINA marketing: quotas for( the 1065: staff at the Universityof -, ---- I FOR SALE Good 'business buck hoes and graders We with patio. Over night park-

Forclor, Automatic Radio and Heater 1966 and 1067: crop of flue- Florida and he and his and residential properties In will train you on our equipment I Nollman. Starke. Florida. Ing. Westmoreland Trailer

Showroom New. cured tobacco the IT. S. Dopartmcnt family reside In WorthIngton I !Starke Improved and unim In South Florida. VA tfrhr Park. Phone 969-2151 or 969-

-- of Agriculture has Springs. proved H. V Knight P. O. approved. For informationwrite. NOTICE 3291.! tfchg

1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR announced. The final returns Drawer r City. tfcJw Associated Heavy EquIpment Someone In this area to assume I
I I FOR RENTBachelor': apt.
( Schools. 2119 Lake
show approval by 80.0 per R. B. SNYDER payments on 1964 ZIO
Fordor ((6)) Standard Transmission.( ( 'n dlo. School Christie Drive Orlando or I Completely furnished. Inc.
cent of the 3511,051:; ballots ZAG. Makes Button holes ,
Heater and Power h'erlnrtPlJl .Qualitv. cast In the referendum. FOR SALE-Fill dirt, top soil call 855-3337. 4tp 211' monograms sews. on buttonsNo utilities only (50 per mo.
To Meet I Fla.
FridayThe Johnle Hansen Starke.
1959 CHEVROLET IMPALATudor Since the quotas were "apProved I tractor work, new and used 1104 E.: Call Street credit needed. $38 00 Cashor Phone 468-1766 for appt. to
I building' supplies. W. T. J-uk:
by more than the A payments of (7 00. Cal
til, '
Bradford County Three bedroom and I 318
Hard Ton. V-8. Automatic/ Radio necessary two-thirds. of the $1 Per Day1.1. i son Building Material and Ma- Budget Manager collect Jack iff 4tch
School Board will meet at 10a. I bath home large living room |
& Heater. Very Clean Inside and Out. growers voting In the refer m. Friday to consider a NEW POUTAIILKS: ",' hlnery Supply. Phone 994- with kitchen and dining. Utlllty snnville ET!: 3.I 231. 3tp 2''11 FOR RENT- 2 bedroom unfurnished -
endum, they will continue in I : 4001. tfchg house 6'"lit miles
course of action on Form 441. screen porch and patio. j
FORDORAir I eCTect. As directed by legislation requiring compliance with the e .fiJ Central heat and< attic fat from Starke on State Prison

Conditioned. Radio. Heater. Full )Power, : price support will be Civil Rights Act. i'I On Your Lot Exclusive residential section I HELP WANTED-Male or Female Road. J. W. Oasklna. phone

New Paint-A-1 Condition. I available and any tobacco School systems \throughout high and dry corner lot( with | Carrier wanted' for established M4-1M3 tfrhg
produced in excess of the I paved street.' Price and terms i motor route Lake
the nation
have been given a
Dahmer's FOR SALE-14 ft. fiberglass
1956 Cad. Fordor Sedan Deville H. T.Automat :I farm acreage allotments will March deadline to sign the I Complete Homes reasonable. A. J. Thomas, '[ Butler area. Must have own ski boat and heavy duty: trailer. -
be subject to u marketingquota I'
/ I Realtor. Trl 9114-01." tfch transportation. and be bond-
!*-. Power Steerintr. )Power Brakes! compliance form or submit a ext.
(19500.l Call 60l.
penalty of 75 per cent l( 112 E.': Call Ph. 9fi9-1771! -
$53.50 Per Mo. able. Call Gainesville Sun
)Pow.r Windows. Power Seats; ((6 ways!' ), Air ''of the average market price plan of their own for desegre- FOR SALE-with no closing 11 117J tfchg
gallon of the schools. Failureto Circulation Dept. between 9 a I
Conditioned Radio & Heater One Owner I little home. All
for the previous marketingyear. \
take action would mean FREE FOLDER m. and 6pm. 378-1411 col. KO. 260
Mechanically\ )Perfect. Is ,
Conveniences. Now
I the loss of Federal l all funds fret for Interview 2trhg 2 t 11 I NEW BRICK HOME:
I In Flor1 I' Lorated In edge city
1960 THUNDERBIRDFull to schools! and possible court
voted in the December 13: 12Wides. Oct'anway BranchJacksonville H Nollmnn. tfchg 4 ROOM TJMTURNISHED,
action School Supt. T. Li I i of small town. 3 BR. bath and
Pow'>r Eqtkri; "nt. Air Conditioned flu-cured tobacco referendum Casey said. I I 18I INCOME TAX HOUSE for rent. Tile bath. I a half. Thermostat ht'llcon'
Radio & Ileafer. :t6.000lIIes.! and 82 per cent of the votes Fla. Varnished (loon $SO per mo. .
Locally. Own- II Custom Made I Complete Tax Service. 'I trol. Only 1.000 down Payments : -
I 9fl4-24A Itrhg
*d-Ounlitv Checked favored the quoins. For .Florid.i. ; Living Johnle Hansen -5 ml. So. of (55 month. PItA ap-

I Call Collect Starke on U. S. 301 Phone AMERICAN Hlstory-QoVtrn.1' proved.

NEW AND USED 'CARS (Jet Mare 438-1766. for appt. I,, ment and other Social Stu- I
YOU I No. 140
L RECREATION NEWS I 7644070trh '
S.I TO I I For Your $ $ $ I 111'' fttchr 3 18 I dies. Tuesdays} p. m USO' About 2 acres. 5-rm. bungalow -
SELECT FROM. I Bldg. rear. Mr. Costello. (Required I with bath screened and
N, Salaried or Corn 2 BEDROOM-Nice, comfOrtable FOR SALE -Re lstered Aberdeen for OED!: diploma testi.121.chr2ls] ,
enclosed porch. Oil! heat electricity
Angus Bulls. 25 to select
house for rent. All maids
in lat' mismioned Employee:
the Junior League !
phone Peach pear
W. Baker
GuLLS nASKETIIU.L i repainted. 665 N. Clark St. from (15000 up. T
Our Sales Department Is, Open Thursday The Pointmakejs defeatedthe week with Bradford Andrews Barber Drugs Shop.defeating DAD) & RRAD) LARSEN; Phone T T Long M4-U$l. A Sons. Lake Geneva Fla MUSIC I General I A "must" trees, grape vines for home

Baskethawks 21-7 in the LIKE: TO WORK -trhff .''Id Phone Keystone Heights 473- for choir members. Mondays eating. Place for vegetable
and Friday Nights Tor Your Shopping Con Girls Basketball: League lust 29-21. I 4704 2U>h ( 311 7-9 p. m. BUS Music Room. i garden. Colorful flower and

Each team has won II Standings: Andrew Drug YOU Benefit! WANTED-> Retired couple or Mr Muthew 2tch :3 a 18 : shrubbery School bus by the
venience. week. 3-1: Chimbar! of Commerce. retired man living in their WANTED TO BUY2 bed door. c Only: $5,500.STROL'T .
one game and BASKETBALL lost one.Alfl'LT I 2-1: Koch Drugs. 1-3; Bradford i own trailer. For details apply room house for about I3.00O- I BUSINESS SublecU (Typing..I,

Barber Shop. 13. All Sizes DU.pl.iy) 00 Phone {M4-24A.1 Up Bookeeping Shorthand I Mondays -, REALTY
on or phone
Keystone Airport
The Seniors defeated theJaycera !I Tuesdays Wednesdays 1' 2117 N. Temple ."-..
47-8. and the Rebels ..liiilitllrniirt. .r.l < ......th 8-10-12 %Wide!!! I. 473-9637: ask fr: airport oprratnr WANTED Experienced accurate RJE!: and BHS. 7-9 p. m Mrs. I [IV. R. 3011
V-Iln Itch
0V. Van
beat the Spartans 49-18 In I'I.rIIn. I.. rohnfp.In I'/, Maths stenographer gardener Phone M--14M!
I Murray. Mr. ta-tson. :
j9f'c$<: With ClydeTODAY the Adult Basketball League thy 1'itrk Ki! I'MI.I"I.rrftN.I: nt l Ktilth Per and Expandable; I FOR REST:- Furnished 4 :yard man. cleaning m.ld.1: RI\.nbforar.. 2Uhl \118.1 3 18 ,

last week. :NOTIOITO;, iiiKPironsTn : ( >; room and bath apartment. 126 Brown. Klngsley Lake phone I EVENING!: Clasefor adults
Standings (won-lostl] : Reb all rr.(IUnrn unit i inoni. I S. Water st. Phone 969-1185. 313-33A1. Itcha I AMERICANISM: !: vs. Communism (age 16 and overt Diplomas;
htivlnic claim' or d.niin.Ii> New and UsedSYr.
2-0 Jaycees. a (with Economics! : available: through county or
els. 2-0; Seniors: ; KHlnMt salt KntHtt: tfchu I Ilon'l,
0-2: Spartans! 0-2. Yon and ..'h i>f jrnn' .... National Manufacturing! days 7-9 p. m. BItS 'C" Bldg. i; state programs. Investigate.
Schedule for Thursday Feb. I ......by. notlriril, ant roipi. ",..d toprmrnl f financing: available CLOSE-OUT!: First! grade pencils Chemical Co. has openings for Mr. Slstrunk. (Required for 1 now Adult Education Office
rliilinif sat limin.lw '>
amy < andI
; 11: Jaycees vs. Spartans 7:30: lilch, ynii., or .*.lth...r of v'u. ; 8c each; 70c dos.; 14 2 route sales personnel I high school diploma) rresr USO Bid*. dally30: a.
have Anrulnwt the ro""t. : UM Our Rental-Pur territory manager, Guaranteed -I 1o3'lOpml 2trti 2 18i
pm. Rebels vs. Seniors 8:45)pm : )I Inv nrKiUth : hat gross. Bradford County 2tfh 2 18 m
: torthv Psrks. (dveappj. chase tf salary plus commission.Also ]
lut. of cull. County, to. ,th.- PlanPayments Telegraph FOR RENT FURNISHED -
have openingfor full or ENGLISH composition i
YOUTH B\SKFTn\II. C'ounty*I J ud ir. or rirn, %lfniilCounty Under $50;) I'er MonthNow grammar
Flnr....... at hi. nffkiHi", I FOR SALE I960 !MarIetta& part time men or romen. i I listening, spelling Thursdays Modern 2 bedroom house In
Fishing Only two Ram s were played I th. court hoiini, of mid. O'ttin-t. .. :Mobile Home 10' x 50'. 2 bedrooms Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis 7-9 p. in USO Bldg good neighborhood. Contact
in the Midget league! last al tturkn Klorlil'k, ."' within aurnlenIsr !'
week. Starke Hardware defeated months from Ihi. tlni : ( washing machine. CaU E. Brown. P. O. Box, 11.1 East j rear Mm Tr-wlrk 2tch :2111 a 1 Mrs. Rennrr 343 W. Waah-
of tha rir..t ixihllvmlon nf thl EM4-1543 1 t<'hlr t..keV..lr.. Fla. tfch tntton at. tfcri(
Canova Pharmacy 9-fl. tnt!...>. ll!:"fh ,.lx Iii, or f1titinnil' j| MATHEMATICS Arithmetic
and Ofrn Jewelry defeated shell h.. Invrllln_. ...lI shell : FOR SALE Six, lots and FOR SALE-CollVe PUPS. AKCre&latel''d. Mondays 7-9 p. m. Mr Heath OlD FASHION BEDROOM !: -
state th* plees.. of r.'sl.l.'n'e l l art. l f
Register Oil. 37-12 |1"1' .offl'" *.lilr..M.! ,or the Mobile Home SitesAVA1LAHLE cottage on Colley Road. Champion back- I I RJE.: ),tn. Read. USO : suit*-- Dre* er vanity
Standings: Orm Jewelry. 5- .....1"'.nl. nhil, .hall, bn sworn toby Starke: Also five room house ground J. E.: Hitchcock. State Bide rear ttctig :118 1 dresser wardrobe. box -print
1 Southern Discount. 4-1; 1 ho .claimant hi. C'nt arnttnrnpv I' and mattress (85. Double
; I on one acre Hendersonvtlle.N Prison. Ralford. Fla. |' i
S195 Starke Hardware 4-1; Canova. nut.IIn.1 I Any" ftl sect let< .l ihall'lm h ordemaiitl Full Lake Privilege I C..Y T. Qul-lev 2tch 2'18' 3u-nr 2$1, ELEMENTARY: I 1B.u1c1 Education sinks from $S.83 to 1450.
I960 STUDEBAKEH Pharmacy. 1-5; Register Oil. ,ul.' i Tuesdays and: Refrigerators $25 to (30 FenneDs -

Lark Fordor Wajron, fi"oo.l; 0-6. TUt'hHrM. T> Junk. Inn ,a. Actflhtflhi.trcttccr Homestead ExemptFinancing: : FOR SALE Couches from NEEDED!: AT ONCE-Pull or day 7-9 p m Mrs. Thun.1: Bargain Center {formerly I
\ Tires (Jood; Condition Only one game was played8PT11P1. floe.. .ct' .h.>.um F..ta..r t I. .,\\ 1 : anKdltli I $12 50 to $35 00. Odd chAirs part time man or woman to I RJE; Mrs. Hopkins-. l'aWsl." UP
Dor thy Park. ifVtf.i..,,U. from $:I 00 to $9 50. Inter serve Watkins customers In'' Bid/ '
I i S'tral( ( "ubll"lItI..n t.'.h 1. 1555 spring mattresses. from $150: Starke. Oood Income. No In- FOR RENT-I room furnished -
i p 4 4. Lake{ Geneva Parr's SCIENCE:' General. Physical. apartment. Private entrance -
to (18 50. Formerly vestment. Set your own hours.
Buy With Confidence BAPTIST' flirmIn Onter 301 S. ltpd Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. F3. Biology. Chemistry\ 224 W. Lafayette St.

'lIt'neli 702C.t666/ Trailer Sales I P. O. Box No. 2447. Memphis.TVnn :I days 7-9 p. m. Mr Wfdnes-I i ttehei

Sunday School" I 19 a. H OOINO otriOf' BUSINESS:- ,: 2tp 2'f 221 i FOR RC'fT-2' bedroom fuarnialted -

TERW1LLEGAR MOTORS Morrl.ii Service. 11 a. m. On Rout 104) On. Mile\ SE : -Sale still In progress [Appliance I CLASSES!' (evening] begin house on Klngsey)

Training Union 6:SO p. m Hetone 1I..hl.! Department! Many' ART Beginning and Advanced. :2-nd Feb. $2.00 fee )per course Lake. Connecting' carat, pier

Evening Service. 7:30: p. m L Open Sun & Evening: I items still in stock. Check I I'I :, Thursdays 7-9 p. m. BH3 ''C'' I Enroll now Adult Education I and boat house. Available! Feb.

I Midweek Service Wmlneiday with us before you buy. Bull- i Bldg. Mrs. John H-ney.. Office (Rear USO Bid..] : IS to June 1. Phone W-4.01.
I 7 p.m.-Rev. W. L. N.wmans 'I I ington's Appliances. Itchg: : 3tchg 2,18 :2tchg 2,18 I 1 I Ud-C



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\ ;'j, RTARKE. FLA.. TIII'RSD.tY.!'! .....:a. II. 1M.S

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ce i BBS BYUNEI I I II Home Why Not Get I

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) ;t o i iI ",

I Friday the BUS Demonstration t
I era. under the .... I t
Blanding Chances For Job
; Corps I Coach Payne traveled THE MOST.
Dear Gene: Notes
I' nandirm and lost to ,
The Florida liar Association .
'Bolstered By Green Cove's Withdrawal I Board of Governor Is presently rates by 13 points. '
good considering; the 87 D*r.thr a-
for the of .
lobbying: adoption
a Constitutional amendment Fernnncllnn has thin \ Here De.... nti. Lust For Your Money] !
Tornadoes '
Baby manag""
Comes now the information that.h the nation's largest aircraft and electronics I I which would provide that FlorIda overcome the baby /!
committee of the with judges would bo appointed)
special Clay County manufacturers annual I win. Then 4h, next
Chamber of Commerce meeting Monday sales of approximately $350 million Instead of elected. I would)
: BHS beat Holies In a BROII.RR Aberlurf r Joann Judy\ Brsiula"
night, adopted a resolution to seek last year is seeking the unoccupied I like to go on record in opposition game The Tornadoes! family know how.' and. Anikett. Buss; J Knthy Lew -

the proposed Job Corps Training Center facilities of Green Cove's industrial to such a pUn and feel handed because of .. a broiler Is for turning 'I.' Itrenda! and Allean preen;

only if the Camp Blanding aite la park for establishment of a U.S. Government I you and the public should bo ed up playing with J jll.t ," steak.. cMcken. Debbie Douglas<< and. Terry ,I I
advised! of it.
rejected. Job Corps Training Center. The proposal would t providethat men. The four men the all-America ham .'0 i 'ngford.sri.r.crioN. j I
will quite a tew point*, .. The broiler It a ver '*
Northrop sponsor and guide the ..II judges. would be : : : OF FVKMITK
." This: in welcome news, and certainlya vocational training at the facility by the Governor from appointed tended their' lend well feature vf the gws" and How f an you I' judge iv gmxl. r -

commendable action on the part of which will emphasize electronic vocational a slate of nominees submitted Baby Tornadoes lout. to a range Stuns 'sugges' buy In _furn turT This Is",
the Clay County Chamber. 'Any other up junior varsity Uolle* on how to lisa It are: ...hl'we ,trleil to n-wpr .Inths I
training, but which will also by a commission appointed I for iii- .
course would have muddied the water cover a broad spectrum of other skill*. that purpose. Tile l system Tho caffer travel to .Jaen broiler quickly Horn Uemonootl'3t1olClub

"to such an extent that chances of MIt was emphasized and reiteratedthat would provide t that In order to clenny ta be guests at it or s.. piece* of program"' '* .last month. I .._ %
there. Then we piny
at Bread
Starke or Green Cove, either one, for the of such a vocational remove such a judge his", name Cabinets, tables. and otherpieces i
presence Pnlatka this
S.ituntuy 2 Inches from the flume-
ultimately obtaining the training center would be placed, on the b.tllol that taw i not upholstered .
center will
training .
serve a< a Come on out and support once and butter Irat. '
would have been damaged. together with the question"io you" should examine, :
strong attraction to new industry and team these List few .ICo; (: ) Use the broiler for tasty .
you" doHlre that Jude: I: 'Inatda of drawers. 1 better .
payrolls in the area. In the Senior league. .. sandwiches. Toast. 4
Northrop becomes apparent that The continue as Judge/ y.s or no?" kttbnll t"alare made. on one aide., Remove |places are .smooth and. perhaps

Corporation. which will operate "Florida State University will cooperate If th.'ote was nRnlnst his continuation : players from l spread, untoiiatad aMe aljutn.d, piml-pixKif petrel ,
the training center under con. the office would with Northrop in setting up who sponsor trams, nxiyonnais" or l butter.
trnct- if one is designated for ,this academic curricula, writing, research, declared vacant and a new team aponsored by the H thick slice of tonatuto; 2. Joints\ for, smooth; tight

area was' interested in the Green and materials for teaching and teststo judge appointed by the nfore- clnsA of IIIIS. These with a llce Of at. .. CompoundedSetni Per Annum '

Cove Naval Station primarily an an determine talents and mental levels. Mitt method or procnlureIn are: played on Thursday,' Top with ''sirips"of S. Finish applied evenly.: Our Anticipated 1
Alternate site in the event the Camp practical effect this would /and are very food' to broiled bacon. 'Broil "4. Tables.",, braced J.itn,.l .
give all slate Judges a life tenure It U. free, no come ..t ,.... : may .Its ot C l\h1r l".nn.J'TI'.wn; Annually Dividend
I'.lanilinif. location is turned down. It "The center would provide a 50- In offle. In practice themethod : or more from flame '
: OuwVl. Comer block on At J
was: felt that the existing buildings \\'eek'ocaUonal training course for They' are held In the until bacon la don Auld. or *
of removing these Last week's results : In good tllrnll,""". .Ol.iini. > I
nnd facilities at the Naval Station approximately 2.500 Florida boys between judges would be Ineffectual Is melted. .used. l' tall '
screws < Jclnt-
following(: Seniors over la excellent.
would be an inducement to officials of the ages of 16 and 21. A faculty and. It should" be noted, In no and Hud's team over ( The. broiler treats' such .. Iin drawer corners. I First Federal Savings and

the Economics Opportunity Act to locate of approximately 220 persons and way would the! public hove a ry I. wlIOn'. team The Imperial ,and Shrimp Co. : 0. Drawers slide' easily with

{ the center at Green Cove. This 200 additional service and maintenance voice In the actual selection of league just started' List And. a few minutes' un center ...It... nil I. I

factor tends to become of less imports personnel 1 will receive an estimated a Judge J day night' and 'the ",," broiler will gently Thee(. are some of then I Loan Association =:.
: nee, however when it is consideredthat $300.000 of U.S. funds monthly. In I fear too that the commission the following: Hubert. "' dishes. with 'cheese or things h 'look for,, C"ItIIM..tIquality .

facilities at the Green Cove base addition students at the school: which appointed. would become team over Dean :- "" toppings., ) among fiiinilure. In the I Of
would be for of will be of the Pre idt"nt'anti political fo"tb,1An.l.\ un.I..rthla tt'inand/ Mwlght Klder'a: glam, price range suited to yourpocketbook I Starke ': "
adequate a corps only a part : ( Plain rake\ can be -- ;
proposed. law" no one Then select I ,
900 to 1,000 trainees whereas the ultimate poverty campaign, wjll be given $100 over Ronnie harpers Top with brown auger'' pieceswhich '
l the Governor I
could .
objective Is to enroll around upon entrance plus a clothing allowance be who'na appointed not by nominated.' Them team are made ( ..." .'..... nuts or coconut to your offer needs most. In relation |I 21H North Temple Ave. J.IIJJ!:

2.500: in the proposed center. plus a small monthly allowance. by this commissionThere through 11th graders honey, and place under Your \best protection Is ti1'' ... 111'SAVINGS
Friday night, the '<.l1..r for a few mlnutts.
Is a feellnar among!; furniture with
buy reputable
Therefore, in addition to expensive "The' National program is! Wing inaugurated from Lake. City played (: Bait and. pepper
should be
that the '
some judges brand and" from merchants *
renovation the Government would with a $160 million budgetfor d'ince" In the Armory brush chicken with but njames *
completely, removed. from i\nvpolitical (wham you haw, eondence.
have to add to the this This is refreshments were .. .. on broiler P-II about" '
extensively plant figure
year. expectedto : Influeme whatsoeverand '
and, in the end. the saving between double next year." t that to r..rrnln from electing by the Candy Striper. the oven. I bnnd. was goal 'ken cnoks. Turn chlak-
stealing from scratch and "making them would' accomplishthis. very for a copy of,"Ituvlng, Wool
.I"", with a surplus facility .would not In a column of personal (comment .. I dinaRt-ee' with both the chore, wasn't publicised ( Allow about 1 hour 'to Furniture" which w* will

IHJ as great as: first believed. the Crescent editor added : "Let I us get principle and the proposed.l pro- people pint there there.. weren't The too'.' On. electrlsrepg.A. ,- .. _.,..; mmdyo' '."'-"., Our.'phon: aunt.bee' EARN FROM THE 1ST
a program to make more ,skilled) labor 1 ,.rnlur. to accomplish that end: .. : I'JJ4'-3'\ ::2ad,1t'tindasst'of-/ : r ,
at don '
played a "" the knob t''bmila.i4 .
For instance the cost of establish available. It is a commodity of whichwe Political, Influence, can be proper by the Student fl< .. the oven' '4npr'-alitt} ),. flee boa.l U'2e1,1Starke.:.- I, .

ing a training center in a surplus facility are now in short supply because or Improper. For exampleany Saturday: night In the b, ..II..rnlt. 'Is' In .|h\* -

near Low Angeles is said to have having had for so long a time, no employment I, office holder who knowsI ory. There were quite .b."f'' : ;.f ," let, ,, -.... -

t been $13.500,000 a higher' figure our own youngsters. have I will havs. to answer to cunxtltiirnts J people t there, and I the gets rft".... th. .bn>|U..
thun culled for by the proposal for-ihe: gone either elsewhere. for civilian jobs, | for hi. orllonll11I Government made a ( at 'h., huItlum'Q I C

Camp Llanding site, which has ,no or Into. military service. It is highly! I 1 i tx stlttienta more apt well to courteously serve those, ,con-and, money "" and. the' "rvnge' '\arid. t N:
existing facilities. Maintenance of probable that these. training camps constantly thnn one who Monday was report .,..>r 'Is kept >clot
older buildings over a period of 10' to will become assets to the communities I knows his'" Job Is secure regirrt-,\ day and .there were a ..houkl'wpyp) h. reak

20 years would also be another item in which they locate. It is certain theywill le..s. of his. conduct As nn example "' happy and. unhappy .. tie 'stirs'an, **watch
in favor of construction. 'attract highly paid, high grade of this I refer von to round' nchnol!. ii\ the broiler ai |H\CI ,haul
arguing new a .. .
0 The Senior Class. Is Komi wit) .quickly
t Someone's going to of selection' of Federal -
of instructors.: the system
It must! to remembered, too, that take In of the these instructors Jndge..and lh<.lr. extremeIndependence. I curing Valentine's.'. :' If the heat I La not adjust floor hump.
some money >' .,
morrow night/ Friday, moving {the ck.Jn tq'
the believe
the Government no- longer owns I.et not be I dn not ;
paid. us Maker"m .
are (1ja
: 12 The Phantom wilt rang or s<|4nitJpg\ ,
Green Cove Navy Ba .. It I., owned .blinded by old and mostly archaic prejudices. : this. type of J Judiciary' !Is :whnt j the music Everyone on Ih..gac'rsnke.' V er]
by the City of Green Cove Spring The fellowwho rides today's! the .people of Florida' neaira. I come and help the ," : UCI\lF.' rr''IUI\I./ )\

which would undoubtedly expect. sums band wagon will make it. The fellow I Let m. make one thing abundantly get to New York. Thank ) .... .", thaiHaoker'4.p, ," ,

considerable\ rent for its use over the who rides the band wagon e>f a bygone I Circuit we clear.are: blesscil Here ,In wllhr"p..bl" our I Steve "' held' the1f.r.iriMarvm*..U :No radiator.

years. The Illanding site on the other day will find himself. pushing the men serving: as Judns they wnrk .OI\.I'II.
hand U. made available without co: tLy their (Home Improve.
wagon,. if It moves at not only nt the Circuit level progress It ,Is full well bunk
the State Armory Board. but also at the County levelThese tilnr. now to speak! of ,' ( record N
These expressions:! from The Crescent men serve ably and well certain offices from ..... the meeting they
It wn; interesting to note Lest week "...) me with many Iota
.show that others also recognizethe
and for the most part appointive to "get them
\Kbw\ other towns react to the proposal ... \ gifts 'Including lin, No
benefits both financial and educational quite courteously l If you ask politics"' I. for nor do bowl steering.No
that a Job Corps Training Center be to lx derived from the establishment any of them of their ('t"rttOnIIltHIiNra II.". this Is the .farted. hulh.t milk and. .white""b.t., '' power

located in their midst. Clay County of a large vocational and toward this. proposedmendment I way to operate ". tfe lesders. tor..... TIlIU'

leaders' and officials welcomed the technical: training center especially I you will find, thnt "l mont of the people, I !Mn.\ .Iva Douglsi Pad

Northrup representatives with open when operated by a corporation of they oppone' it. I think this know anything about '" Oran .nflt lem.< n'

urms: and) the Cay County Crescent: the magnitude and financial resources spesks well of their p"r.nRIInt.ar..lty. tree, with me ,,'. cak: ,. ., brakes

curried an editorial captioned "A Mar- of Northrup. I sincerely hope that/ I ". attending r .rsl! power
I am not In the habit' of editor of this paper l .
,('Ious Opportunity, and a new storyheaded I .. end [loans Mslvlnj' ;
"$3.6 Million Annual Payroll) And now that Green Cove i I.* bowing writing letter-to-the-edltor people of our county and, I'slsy r..lwu4-j )Dangled lie fore GCS Leaders." out of the picture-at least until but I tee) that this matter LIon your. feelings .h..* known l Gal n.y. Cindy and Csthy

the Blanding proposal has been acted ,. that should and mud of the be proper people ... that \ of tit' tliliijfi y'IU i iLm'l l ..cd< In aa (C'tlnalr 1
brought to the attention tempt to "throw the '
In its editorial The Crescent said: chancesof I lSon'W". heel .... for 1.,1"10' II.
upon-It would seem that our public, because,, If the proposed with the bath" will fall.fllncerely of cotton your l "'wac. ;,

The distinct possibility that a Job obtaining the center are decidedly "legislation. I' passed it U I just yours, e

Corps Training Center Mt up under strengthened. It has ben said that i another example of the freedoms It A, 0,...", JrPublic also showed U. s picture

the' of the there is no Government-nwned and of the public being slowly Iiefender' dated IMJ of a
auspices Northrop Corporation
I I. of m..t.d. sloop tied. up at t
controlled 1 surplus property In Florida usurped In the name Eighth Judicial -
one of the nation's great Space at Pslatk.
that would t b o available for the renter, I, Johns river
manufacturers and under the
loge had brought up a cargo :
and that If Florida is to obtain oneat rd6
wademic guidance of Florida State down from Mllee. n -
the ((landinglocation. \ :
University. i is an almost incredibly all. it will have to be : Farmer's seem pBulbllit 'this!
wonderful chance for Green. Cove and that onr l k'" lac gESfl

all of to quickly I from s<' far *wa.. h? .* i
Clay County move
Another factor apparently working Ii By far MeC: I .
from a small agrarian community into in favor of the local I site Is a recent IL i which fmlnrt u' of'

the I excitement: and riches of 1965.t development that would seem to rule II I round near M..lros" we of" up In J..".y, man e'r

"Let us never be fooled that the out Thomasville. Ga., where' Lockheed' peach trees In blossom aiio w".n.. stehd

Federal Government is going to tinker was submitting a proposal' to operate alto whit, bloom on a :, sawing .Ire at. goad t ,r tan M'tnut Xf'H '!' '
training center in Veterans Administration I bet of what appeared where w' U".d.J Tit.
with such a vast program or even a facility which was" believed l wild bush.. For of Ice. were C'hut.d i W an

with the basic social structure of any be closed. (Hut now I thing the red maple .... and burled In .ta- Chevrolet

community Let us never forget that would has soon ordered a "frrere" to ding. out In" ". ." with ....d".'. sad Corvairby)
!Some' community If not Green Cove Congress facilities I play and +"nrne trees provided suvptf" for the
VA so
of sflch
. N going to make good on such a facility the closing i, turned Ia" orange summer. Impor
make d make this will reduce Thoma viHe's chancesof Working on the principle: of they normally do 'In rI. beauty bt It, of' roumr! gas' .1..1".1 of which aIM I up to nome more
good '
f, frond I ;in Its attraction to new- e. payrolls obtaining a center In the near fu better late than never' Old I Ii i 'In this section, before! than the thing you don't Yet 'rh...... .. tant pluM" *.
WInt U cf.lni in som. ? Cot-
> I'o"brulu.'II
Man t : *
Rtr.bforry lt-wakln Ju l'U\nr tit-riniT{
of | hat !
and ture. Invention the other Sidi of the coin-w you'
! Industry 1 Mood /lick now to make up f >> off of
fallen course Ire needs!
by a rtorWIsn. vaV: n.*.d* them like n ,
1 In .their. place.
commend the Clay County aklpptoi us earlier In the season doing a Sad ( t
So s
we trowe-s .
, 'The Crescent" news story said: t have been a crutches. With most! of the engineWhat (
peoplehave 'ak.thenowindowpeatTureaernpk'.
for Its action in AU alonaome\ alklng and bending C'oot.n. (
Chamber of Commerce I II .* were kept the wh,-.-lji' the front
been predicting that a ;U. stylingw., ight on rear
berries hardtop
few do (
"A $1.6 million annual payroll for its proposal until such time 'If..t the ,," of In a ..f. you get
Green One Spring wan dangled before delaying arm January/ mosna frost in I ripen Mr J II I II with curvedntmrlriM! side window*-inrery on's nee. frt. ,' to .tJo('" ,'a.ilynlt stops
been mad the if
decision has on April. and It look now at
a group of its business and professional as a I Oatkln summed It Is not to say, b' ear Curvair: clowd J iiuxlel.Th are quick' and
I leaders Blanding site. This WM not only agesture they may.be right. I ...,.: .. that we never have .ur.-wlth"u
and! driveiin
on Tuesday. I.ntnAfnL.c.i"n nump i
of gored will-It 'was an actionof I \ Were p>? king Ju-t I "U-. .round her.. for i,lltil'U1'1'...! .r /Ilirtliflrnwt'l r y

"The N'orthroo Corporation, one of good common ...n_. rot Instance one morning now to kr> p our barks I e.ll r.memar. fl.dlne IOU don't get mean more tool morn nfllCl'Clivil1l.:. I / I ,e
I for Contr'n engine th. Com. on !
tact. week .e had a real > Inc The" i toe berries 30..aUH' tub we uvd Thanks to rear
".hlt. frost" which. blanketed I be plck::
the ground and to this old'IYanlt. retn'i' tel I low i| a hard fr..e#". Haw- No radiator-th" engine's, lAir IJ.t."J showroom! and I

1orna4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .. looked aj If w* had. a i, they will' r ''. and spoil at the time, with kneel antifrt.-7rt discover th. dif- FLI
-aro) InPlin. no wa rr, no
.u 4 of other frtilt and teeth ehatler.
BtM anew during the night
i .p ESTABLISHED 1879 It Interesting to watch the I an "lied drink was in* and iui hoc lrk (t/ worry .ilxxit. All (ranee.Prise .

,... frost form about daybreak Had an r tere.tln l lwf thin in the world w.
"ate i .. _.. h .1t Just
.. [snow areaQC
Eo L ""' CHnrotvt d'rtkr.eIllpwll'I
tar Prtor to that tn* earth U under .k with Chart's' K !I .d But that's. the ....,h..r ; lushing, / rrttlly nw .-di.toeerha', diffxrri/ tit your

4i.Oeroe'e Q Oio*..T Wttstv NIwsa.e. a PU CISMCO COM a brown blanket and the' "dl.yror-okl. torrkeeprr yes i -- .. .talk about It, ]I I e t "" '//' 1liny // f wnvi/r. ('vii,ell

.hit* sar.like a bH sheet. terburnenno. had 0"" i and snmtlra ct... ...... .... .
1tO't "' ''YOU"" u..... TM. Bass MACTMILAD ap" ,. .. .. "... -
a. If Mather< Earth wt getting had Is own pied stilt have to put op ln sits

rvlR..D EACH TMUaaeav AMD [racer. A* ..COM* c"*.. Mma) AT T". reedy to let up; for the at ant>thr' time !f It

POST Orrtc: AT ."....e. ""' .... u..... Act O. MAJ>CM .. ..,.. Jr lUstingf *" I amid! rw tended the RIOHT YUprlM Chevrolet Inc.lU.

C: THE!: TRACK: AREA ON* TEAR MS . 0 DC XONTH3 11 09 In any event, berause of the' corn e >nf* epee held f.. wrHe. C-MM .Usi ... Gateway .

OUTRIDE TRADE AJUIA ON. TBAJt $400. SIX MONTH U.2S mlldneas early this season HouUi moO'iy year ..( 'I i a r..r ...art' ..rr..

thing are. .11 mixed up For I that he '* the ... M>K rewsttak r_ TW1". 8. SOl (NOItTIf) STAKKK.FI: I'IIOSE961.390U:
example, last week on a go- the funo' "Money ; 41'tf.




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HTARKt: 'FLORIDA) TIIt.USU.B.: 11. 1905 _________________________________

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IVYVYVYTY Vvvy'VvvYv''YvyvvYvvvvYYYYvYvYYvvvvvvKEYSTONE. Open Letter On I'jt'' New City Hall

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Of / : .' "
HIGHLIGHTS Incorporation ;

... .. I. ; M!# !tt'.. ..', .II..DedicationSet

Schuvffcr TO THE.EJUITOK: It :! :
Hy Mry '.' ,
I am a product of It'tv; ne- thit )to' ;

_ . & & sasSaAsaaaansaaaASAAAAAAi. ., ; ... 4, Sunday
*--- ---- ----------- --- neva: having ben born here :: : : ) ;, .;.,

KEYSTONE: : LIONS HONOR 12 noon. and 2 to 4 p. m. and carled this tuun as my ask ; .. )
KKTARY: JOE .wn.u'r i I Registration/ fees for n<\<1l'f'lS for life ev MI tlirouch sta'e l a" ,

Keystone Helfchts.' Lions { dien under 12 yeaI'Im Chl1-1 the period while I was In sei'Vice. "I:3 I / _; Dr J Wayne Felts, presl-
:; dent' of the
Club held a lively dinner 35 cents, and for Junior and' I amrpioud'of my town: poi-ted :! ,'- \ University of Florida -
\ will b, the
mcrtlnv' on Monday( night sr-nlor maids( ages 13 tInts 20 I proud to b! from mall Tawn.1 a city : : : Prlnclp.tlPC'l1krr'

Fel). 8. at the Muonle Hall. I| 50 cents. I U S. A.; hap'Jv to bn: !\ !, i I pn ated. : : : 1J : ; t t" at the dedication of
Not only was it Ladles' Night. Costumes will be discussedat I bar to the: cltlz.'nj of LakJ: I J I. 'wing : f I Kc: stone Heights' new city
I .::.
I Geneva. I feel I .am highly or a< hall this Sunday Oiier: notables
also "Joe Wildt Nlsht"! time of registration.The .
much it was to the surprise of Secretary May Queen will be I i qualified to state my feelings:!l1I I nit pa: I i. ..... J. .. on. the rottnm will bi

WlIdt. Lion WHdt. who clioien from the senior maidsby :( I about ou- town cause of th' i ia law. If t !! f Edwin O. Fraser, Secretary :of:

has put Keystone Heights cnj i means of cash votes. b4J v'?. I am alao qualified: b'J-I ttrn WP :r: ; : I '/ : the Ho:t Ida State Senate. and
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the map by winning Bsst-Soc-! ( ,, Most of those taking part\ cause of the rvi'ics I htvttnrnptrl !: to n-- i" Sen. Charfey E Johns
Lion's Secretary HonoredLion I I I'Mcitizens .. Everything seems to bs in
ictnry awards was presented ,i will be girls except for small to give to ALL : Geneva.' I J
Inscription $ of this area over t'l. a loral, : readiness for the at a rUn II:
a trophy with the boys who will be dressed a 1'renlfli'iit Frank, Nixinry (left) and 1'ait I'rotMrnt I to : i. ; : :; : and
had whistle
nni feel have n everyone
"Tie! World's Worst Fisher-!> brownies: elves, etc.There years! : I : hadone *
I Charlie Mcfilitvi* prmnnt gift of appreciation tn. !'I..r..t8ryI" fair amount of suf--ss' In lift1 I our o : .. his best. Mayor M\ L
will also be
Bea- Sec- one grown
man. and the Lions' |' .Ini. Wllilt. IJun. M4 ila"l ',, I U. u candidate fur District( Goxer- and my efforts t-i t'ontrl'Jut"l' ani Beaslcy and his co-chaJrman.
Jaa Wildt. boy to crown the queen. HO
l'ctaJ'.t'll'nk .'ou
Mrs Wildt. the "Lion's Widow will be the prince and very I I"fur nf I'lurliU. 11I..1) rid 3.1-'". to the wslfaro of o-ir cltl: : n- I I 1' : Diet Spence-Thozna. have

,11! ,0 1 iccelwd a trorhy.T'v : likely chosen by the queen. :I In a fair and open and: above I : : evrrythlng,: ; well organized\ and
board manner cltlz'n :' ; have utilized: all] local talent
ivrro otl iPr... more useful nonaY snow :
I ..??? ? ? .,.. Fr the past two or three I min's ; l : just- about everyone In town
Don't forget th" Woman's.
J4UtH f-i I \t'lll JO I, tO.> Tags On Sale j
(! several citizens of the I honesty J< << : I will have done his Part to
Pt,; t pv<'!"'nt. Chlrllo Me- CI.ita HoVoy! Show today I years ; :
At Henderson'sKeystone the dust.-p: ,i board make this milestone In the
Glr.ve. in"U"" tl 1\ new!! mrmtier. IThurs-l.-iyl: at the Masonic II I MELROSE area have expressed .

Mair.rl;. I\.p.!' ....' ;"vM v/as I II'pollso'd : Hall.: If ;you haven't bean to see our city Incorporated I Its own history Keystone Heights a
'' I, still ha/ir Heights I STAND FULL IN FAVOR'OF peope! big success I
by Oepa&3& SchacfJft. -j there yet you may 1"
I I time! as it will be going on may purchase 1065 auto ,Ply Mrs. Grant Roth hammer THIS.MOVE. It is my belief always ( \ Some may wonder why some

Deputy District Governor: of ]I flnM: ] 9 p. m.ST. at JlsncU-rnon's Service AA4AAAAh.AAAAAAAAAAAJ that "no town can 'really i I would :, received" Invitations, while

WILLIAM'S NEWS!'! In Keystone Heights on and truly progress as It should holds others didn't. It would be 1m-
Onilih.was '
'District the 35-L.guest Lion speaker.C'p. 81' hi I I 11"; Wiriam's! Altar Society urday. Fob 13. trom.1! )ti'LIC.tTE: BRIDGE with credit to all concerned:! always ; : """ -- possible, and a needless ex- I I IPfol1j

the North fioi't '' A-.it:' meet in the recreation hall until 1 p. m. Winners at Melrose Dupli without the benefit of unified for : ,_ >e. to send everyone in the i

subject Bank.was Mrs. Smith an 11 :i 'nb: '. Frl. 15, at 10 a. Bridge Club for last week effort in the role of an Incorporated -I 1 : Days 'WfA tn Invitation. so the invitation .

Eye j Include the following: Mrs. F. city. And I say all !! \ <* committee limitedthe
also: ub'' I ; "", <
their daughters were teich.-t
be noT:," Alii'I>: Soicty!! will sponiir :; i IUon.I I Hubbard and Mrs. Paul this as Citizen Bill Baker I i on list to long-time Key-

to present.The Lions voted to pay for : n r.jrl pirtv on Monday.I Watson and Ronnie Johnson first place: Mrs. Roland with the full and allowed any { will ha ded stonri. fcierehants and or-

"' bcrgh drove to Palm Bryan and Mrs. Chester right and privilege to state my ( E one of the ums outside the F-b .1..1 l'0! :::() noon at the | >
new city hall. >They will also homo of Mrs. H. L. ;Morgan over the weekend to visit V. Horn, second place; Mrs. feelings on the stibfect. and ap;>:' I move.* away In any case. the
liam and Oeornlo. Emory Cooper and Mrs. R. P will challenge anyone to dispute aulblio Is Invited.
plant It. It is understood that Jr. on I ,ki-" r-n-va. Just off gress: : Held
the Rotarians will pay for the Hljhway :H towird MilroseReservation their good friends who Vogh. third place: Mrs. O. M. that right.A the Idea I The handsome mural III be

other urn. The Lions will havea -; in w be made by often visited In Kl'y Al'.en: Jr. and Mrs. Raymond recent article in the Tele- pIe will I I W. Starke I dedicated< : as a memorial( to

suitable plaque on their urn. calling Mrs. Harold L. Suttonat Ocorgla( 1. now Starnes, fourth place. graph said that a petition was a better Lake Hon. J, Edwin Larson, late

President Frank Nooney
graduated to walking The Episcopal: Women ol in legislature I city official of Keystone.' It Is
ed that each Lion (give a lull BOOSTERS: MEET bill passed' our Ing !I Wllhzlrn Btarke. 68.
cane. Trinity Church met at the this spring to incorporatethe other a beautiful sight to behold
stamps to TONIGHTThe=
hook of S&H irrcen I near Lake Oe
Friends of Dr. and \ home of Mrs. R. P. Hollls I and could have been .
help secure ; ROod camrea tota'e Keystone 1Teihtl3oostcr's : I town of-Lak Geneva: or last Saturday after., : painted

shots ,of meetings or Club will meet to-. John E. Davis: and[ of after Communion services at Tills was true except!! the entire I they : I : ,f only by; our local artist Dorothy :-
Mrs. Herbert Williams the church. Plans were made unfolded. Cnrlstoffrrs\ Newman It
not log
story was
other Important Lion activi- night. Feb. 11, at 7:30: p. m.. was born April
All winter residents, are for the rummage sale which Actually, teveral people in this tonally, I will adorn the wall of the
In the school cttfetorium.
ties.Mrs.. McGlave Is we them back in will be held on Saturday, Apr. area were going to ask the coffer. : : Oermany and had lobby In the new city hall
Charlie members urged to attend.GOLt'I'OO .
Clay County for 40
their respective 3. at the Parish House. Mrs. legislature' for a local bill Hiving and I Mrs. Robert Hendry will
chairman for a bake Sale toj I :/ NEWS Lnk vlew Drive. Ovid Oano.: Mrs. Jean Chance I the citizens of Lake Geneva group : I' was farm manager I sinIS- National Anthem for
take place Feb. 20. All Lion'swives Mrs. Marshall Gallop was I Dairies at Penney
Herb Nelson returned and Mrs. Ed Allen. are the I the right to hold a referendum inc the flay' raising and other
. will donate baked goods.1 the "Blind Bogey"Inner In from committee in charge. and dlsrnxs-...' 30 years, retiring will
Baptist Hospital public over music bs!! furnished by the
Lion Walter Wilson was the the Ladles Tournament held a member of
, Friday and Lu reports Mrs. Ralph Stevens will Ions. Certainly no one thought I say Melrope School Band.
winner of used washer. at Keystone Heights Country Church.
a Is frelln! Improved. have charge of the Annual that it could be done any bold. :! Bojr "Scouts and Girt Scouts
while Lion ,Whitey Haynes I Club on Thursday Feb. 4. Following grateful to all his frlcn the
had the lucky number for a the tournament,
I their cards and good and Mrs.Murray Sipprell. The there Is no one here authorIzed Let us : Starke of Lake officials In greeting gueati
used dryer. Their prizes: ( were regular monthly luncheon was I I !
I during his confinement. date will be announced later. to hold such public discussions In : : son. Ivan Starke, seating them and distributing
at the home of Mrs. Albert -
respectively wash ran.used(
I Na/yl
I Lorraine Dey unent nor referendum it at programs.
but clean) apd a turkish towel Bachmann on Lake Oanevn. -I weekend at home and Mrs. Susie Preston Mrs. Gus I without some authority from I Calif: and The various committee

(also used, but clean Mrs. Bachmann's home
in ed to Fsy on Sunday Alderman: Mrs. W./ E. -.Vent- somewhere.yyvv'PVyvy'vyI'V'vvYVVV. f Rudolph Starke. chairmen: have been enumerated -
The delicious dinner was was attractively decorated I .
noon. I worth and Mrs. W. O. Preston ,. 'In preceding\ Issues of
prepared by jCot. John Beldler the Valentine motif. .
of Bcllder's "Holiday Inn. PERSONALS: :Mr. and Mr. Howard attended the- WMU "Associations -I :.;0"on"' : services' were held this !Jtpeor!! so we will not repeat -

I Russell tort: recent newlyweds meeting at First Baptist I I Wednesday in Jones these name--but we da
Cumden. N. J, are Chuch In Gainesville : Chapel followed by want to say that many people
Thatcher gusts at White GENEVA
for Ini at White F!thpr Thursday morning.The IAKE In 4-H have been working to make a.ueeeea
are underway a Feather Court, came hero In Price"'d'\ I
Mr. Tavlor has been Ellam Baptist Training of this ceremony
.celebration, In October from New York City. /
super May-Day nual visitor at the court Union held A party' Friday I By F. C, Larsen H work. I daughter and'', Incidentally if you 11/1'/ *i to
Mayf Mr. Thatcher. who U
the city parR 6aturday an engineering i
to his marriage and: night at 7 orlork. Social committee training: Mr. and Mrs. make a donation to th!" mural
be writer has served 11340111I (
f This affnlC'will sponsored as i Ph 473-4320 or
Keystone so well women were!! Mrs\ Max- as an I' I I fund, pleasen by the ICI'yst.oreHt'lghts, a consultant In atomic, missile I
brought'! his bride to la King, Mrs. Jimmy Price. to Mrs. Charles Wallenliu.Kv .
lr\ Mrs. James Hasslcr:I
!s :
Woman's Club with Mrs. William and electronics plants I AA.aAAAAA&LAAAAAAAA.i I j :
and Mrs. R. F. Simmons. tone Heights. This fun
Reynolds er....iu charge. throughout the country. too.Mrs Clay on Sun
!. Joseph Remleln.(! a sruooi. NEWS ,I BAKER: STEERS: I will help dt-fray cost of paints
AH Keystone children are !Mrs. Thatcher. who ''s anarchitectural their son. Rodney
ter visitor from Nutley Till F?.\ boys will attend PLACE HIOII home i I and materials. The artist 1*
invited to take part. Registration -i illustrator. Is! 1 I I i
associated has a broken arm as a Th) ? F1olc1St..te: Fair at I AT STATE: FAIR I II one I \ ,, doing the work tl a labor of
for the youngsters; will with House Beautiful \ :Mrs. Raymond
of an unfortunate ? Tampa Feb. 13. !First will be a Carroll ."d Edwin Baker. one I love for her home town.
take place on-tlia site of the magazine and is currently I I \ \ Sunday visiting]
but Is
recovering nicely.Mrs. In the
statewide meeting daughter and son of Mr. and'' two .
old city hall each Saturday engaged In making: a series I :Mr\ :Maim U en-1 -.. -
Herbert : grandstand, on the fairgrounds I Mrs. W. E. Baker recently returned steers hasSle. << Notebook 02.20 a& the
from March.20. through April of drawings of the AlfredBrowning II wcelu vacation.
returned from Sivldle
: to start off the FFA from showing their In !
toKEYSTONE Parker home in : tELEGnUn.I .
10, lncluslv"from. 9 a. m. : ( ;
a- N. J.. after spending procedures. State FFA representatives steers In th3 Florida Fit Stock : I
Coconut Grove, Fla. ThePinker 11'r
wppks with hrr dnu'thtsr' i and members of the Show and Sale during the I II I all
house has been selected
by the magazine its O..nrlle. Carfmne" I state cabinet will!! b2 entertained I first week of the Florida State I I State :! !
; as pice
setter house for 1965. and will Mr. and Mrs reohcrt by state FFA Sweet.heart ( FaLr in Tamr C.irroll's 793 { HEIGHTS ELROSE

be featured In the May issue nnn: and three children > and string band quartet pound Black Angus Steer. "Astionaut I tect t !' :

I moved to Keystons I I during the day. The boys will ," placed 5th In his ..
Drive-In Theatre !I Postscript on City H from Tallitha.sore" and } vUlt many agriculture! and Indu class, and Edwin's Black: Angus trip) to
Item: We have already 1-otcd |nn on Cnmp 'I trtal exhibit On tip side 'I DIRECTORY
> 900 pound steer placed FSU In "! I
FrI. Sat. Feb. 12. IS: ,
the building hostesses but anew I
Road Lake Brooklyn of entertainment there will be third In his class.. This' was well as
hns been added
name Frnnrnnn i.s n rniiKer at :I midway shows and races. Carroll's)) last show as she District

Mrs. Charles Wallenlus will ITr-nd nrnncli State: Park I Judging; beef cattlo and swine graduates this year and will of : : \" (' -: NURSERY

TOPKAPIMalina serve along with Mrs Mo- ina! been transferred( :I will b? Carson Johntry, Mike has I I I! -

Olave, Mrs. MasKn Mrs. PHtu!, learn Gardens State 'i Ht-ckham. Bruce Flnley and l I 1|
Kenneth Tomlln llth O.C.Carne
and Mrs. Bird. TheMe ladhi'swere Tnllnhfl.ssee.Mrs. I' Bill Matchett as alternate : NurseryIliway
:Merrouri\ and I trade. Eddie Rothhammer Clay I:
the real workers In thn Oordon Adams of Dalivlng, Judging will be Nick- I 10O. rVrnSome-
Peter Ustinov campaign to get the city hall I and David Brantly 1OE (trade: Now ) : I Service Mil.*. SB or Stark
stone. and Mrs.\ Ns nc/V\ la .,Chlapplnl, David Brantly I Julie Dlxon. Diana Mlnton.Roger real '
and all deserve special recogn- I of Oiluesvllle. are tr\ j,and Larry Price. He Is :: : I'sril! : lISLe Nvrvery "Stock' Thou
and Kenneth
II Bus ( ) Up AU I) Si_I ends of t-iant I & *"Vult
enloylnfr th] South The FFA held a meeting good .
Guthrle Ion
grade: Gregory -nilltrrteAero. ..( Tree to chooiw from. N-lc<
-- State Fair and! Monday nlaht to discuss! committee -
Huff. Marlene Odom. Lettle from A.M 7 30 P "1. Shad Tre.... EveriTecn
< They ore guests of work livestock chains Wise. David WIlson and Yan- his llelghtt" ..7SI -'!- & Landscape Plants. All tn

Adams' nephew, A. And possible money making I cy Dull. Oth irrado: Diane Ad- the 1 I container plant any

OATSBUMPE' brltton. Jobs for the chapter. dlson. Chick Chance, Pat I gram I I time. Camelltea In bloom.

YOU USUALLYWILD Mrs. Dorothy ( i I The Annual Staff ponsed", rls and Dell Matchett.IIU-I Let .8 do your \Kr\rtxr*pl"..

Fo'-t Wayii". Ind., and !I \ Variety Show last P/iday .
grade: Christine Mr. I Center 111. eSI-SMS ::0.'_"' sal
CfOP. Winifred Kinley. of night.! The auditorium and Christine Oaboardl and Gerry : : t *.. II iLfn. Ituin M4520't.ST.tTE :

Hnven PII: r gtiost of halls were packed And the Tesje' 7th grade : Oil Product. I --

and Gladys lIabe t1.oh. : :' pupils!! gave an entertaining The Senior Beta Club is' I' HERVIfK:. : ",1-1.; ....

Oirdnrr Is Jack's sWter. i show. They will hold a Valentine -.in. o..tbnRrtt I-
planning to "School SPrv1rf9
:Mrs. Klnley Is hl.s mint. dance Saturday F?b. 13. sponsor .. HOME Orntrally .Inrated -
Appreciation Week" February If..ntle&
Mrs. Lnrry Raby the cafeterta and will begin 33-23. Activities \will include aposter : .... ,-TrU-r.s ; S BR. flask. K. I>R.nfcMMl .
ed her parents Mr. and : at 9 o'clock. Mr Y,>ung FIIIK: : pnrrh; rmtr I l
contest and an essay : KEROSEXE
Carl Stancll find .- will crown the "Queen of I HINK: << heat. air conditioning
I contest, with the winners be- 1 : :an hwy 21-10O
Staike. at dinner on Hearts." Refreshments will be j. \ Heights 473-IBO7 Urgf corner lot _arplaJl'T9u'
ln announced at a.8l"mbly' I .
< an
the occasion beln<* her sold and admission prices will I B a I II I I. I II mad TownRvmeh.
I on Friday with agutst I .
program :
band's; birthday The be SO rents for couples and 75 : '
speaker and a humorist FREK ; SHOI
live oil Bedford Lake, cents for singles. Dressy
skit. Honor students. for the ROOK =- I I S.EMcKay Realtor
I Ifishing. ,
after dinner they all dance. :Mrs.' Jerry Cogsdlll Is I
semester wUl bot recognized at "
the sponsor of the Annual! I KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS
this time. Committee chairmen
!Miss\ Mary Hnynes of Staff. I. Phon 4T3-4S1 J

ton, Ohio arrived last The Melrose Band will pUy I Eddie: are Rothhammer.Martha Scott and 1 I ( I ,I i Salon

for a visit with her at Keystone Heights on Feb SCOVT TROOP 109Court (' In TfSTAI'RAXTSBeidler!

and sister-in-law, Mr. 14 and on March 13 the band I l l I!<4 4>F REtOrT
of Honor was held at
Mrs.! M. J. It,ynl's. will compete In the District: TLTt'nr. '. Holiday

Mr. and Mrs. LArry Band Content. at P. K. Yong- I the Parish House. Feb. 4 John 11':0< X. : Dyeing ----BleacMnf!

recently returned in Gainesville.. Sims held Investure of Tsnc ij I Curly Hair Inn Restaurant

Mooresvllle N. C. where" Burglars entered Melrose I c C-mtlnued on Page 11)) I ( Ti 5 pjn. 8 lh..y. Fine Food Mo>t."t..lv P1'k'e
visited Mr Raby' School Wed night: Feb. 3. .._- I Rear Ox>|p OPEN 7'' BATS WTCKL.TF

Mrs. J. J Raby. and The office was broken Into HelMs 473-453t) I>"lrr rr, .. m
When late hours'prevent jou from brothers and their and the soft drink stand was Frigidaire Mavtag ( i I II Ala C.r -IlklUa F.ndnr.ru .
banking with.us during our regular hours w.u: the first time forced open but they got less I I II ,
-use oue-- n1a-ht depository to safeguard/ hAd ever seen snow and than a dollar.HONOR Motorola Zeigler & ,\poli311<<'"' "I BWk North of Red U,*t

your late teceipts; and use our bank-by was 11 Ineheii of ItJ) ROLL I II Kr.Vn'O.Ir.JtT! : *

mail service/ too. RETIRING: OFFICERS The Honor Roll for the I AND USED I I II

OF OEM IIONORFDI third six week period All A'. I : A ApnllaBrv INF.D CutsHanks

I : Helen Ecanl i are Martha scott 12th grade: : YEOMAN'S"Sales I & SOLD

Worthy Matron. Jean Lively and Sara Baldwin\ I Used Cars

Keystone State Bank Ward. glad Worthy llth grade: David Ga board I

Leamon Ward. of OES and Becky Buel. 9th gride. MELHOSE PH. : of Bargains and 3-T Shop

Member\ F. D. I. C. Keystone Heights ten 279. wore"' honored All A's and B's Cathy Webster Ruy Sell Trade

very" fine Courtesy on Debra Rye .Brenda Ober- : : North of Ujht Hlwmy 100. ml Sovttt
Dank. of Your
The Friendly Friendly Community ;Mrs Vera Ownbey. man. Donna Machen and:! "Quality and :: Row tl of StArk.

.,. Continued) on Page Carson Johntry. 12th grade I Next to Drive-In Theatre KEYSTONE HEICHTS Phone .73-4 2iF
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VyVVv'VVvvVyVVyyVyyyyV ship. The 1964 winners and Baptist Hospital. Jacksonville, : FYVYVVVYVYYY.vvvvvVV withtIs\ grandparents, Mr. I. ternoon. Out of town: guests and family of Starke Mr. and, at Stark muniht. Florida I I finm. ulthln t ti)."<. t tutiof i-I'lvfiilvndar < I -- -

their parents were honored I Mrs. Gerald D. Grlffls sur- and Mra. Dan Johnson. They Included Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mrs. Frank McKinney of tlia flrxt .imiilli, atlim. <>t this.
night piUcd her Jerry with f\ drove down from Ft. Bennlng, I II Stokes and family of Jacksonville Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. lt<>tlr*. Uai'h Halm I or d""iuHlidMliult ', FARMLOANS .
LakeBy with reception Tuesday / I son HAMPTONBy ba in writ Inn, .mil iiliiil'' ,
Kingsley at the Clay County Extension npiihboihood party Monday Cia., where he is stationed I Mr. and Mrs Harvey Ernest :McKlnney and Mrs. elite tha vluva. of raniavnta und

Office In Oreen Cove Springs: aUel'nooIn! honor of .Ins I with the U. S. Army. Flpps and daughter of, Jack- Alice Kite. of Starke were pout. nfriit>ddriatt. \ the. I 1
:\h.: D. B. 11111 of11': and ,-.lgii nit at. a nil sliall, l'i- '"urn I to ,
MM. J. L. Bradley. tail year Maxie attended ninth birthday. The 17 children : Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker I sonville. Rudolph Stokes of Sunday visitors I by the claimant. his agent r.itltornvy .
emool at Penney Faims: and enjoyed games and refreshments I'hone 4081160AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 were overnight vlsltoi Sun- Gainesville, and H, K.!: Stokes Mrs. John :McKinney and 'and any KII,"h i.UlindciniinU <..r.
: ... flint .i ..iicid. !I.< I .
nut TimberS
of Alfichua. Her other other daughter.
Phone 53.1-2825 this year Is an student atDradfol'd and were given day In Orlando wu.i' their I .

.... .......................................... ......... High. party horns, balloon' and t'oiiiu-ll ('nutIons. Use son-in-law and.l diughler. Mr. 'children tho of dinner Brooker also attended 1 I .Richard! D.cum Junklnminliitrator it,- .11 it anI.vd,I t i| Dairy Farms
Butch and Bobby Nail spent other favors. Mrs. Murirl l NOrman and Mrs. J. M. BuKur and t..p ../ RanchesParttime
CIIIKCH NEWS last weekend with their assisted Mrs. O,' IHIs Inentel.talnlnf Of Firearms In City children.Mr. What would] you think of a.1 I \ Oorthy.lli-X" at Parku the HiitKio dacenMfftK.r.t ( ruth S &
.d. llrnUfuril t''il.t7.Florid
unday School. 9:45: a. m. in Columbus ( the youngsters. Destruction of public prop and Mrs. Vernon For- Santa Claus who came In' ) : Hulil ,nil I''"-i I" 1"" General Farms
grandparents with air rifles discussed .... !. .'.....",.. I I I. ::. !
was -
Morning Worship. 11:00: a. m. Oa. Miss Linda Crews of Palatka erty yth and daughter moved last February and not only forgot In It..: Kxlule: ,,f ICilllh, l>.orthjr
training Union. 6:15: p. m. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waiter : Junior College was home! this at the Hampton city weekend from their homo here presents but forgot: to take fnrlie r>.'eiHs.*d _, Long terms no penalty
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Holloway on Sunday was I weekend for a *I.U: with her council meeting at the city to Gainesville where he has! the goodies that were left for NOTK.'K I, TO l'Il :r'ITI'II''") .If on pre-payment

Mid week prayer service. Mrs.: Beverly Blackshrar of I parents, Mr. and 'Mis Cliailes hall on February 2. been operating a service slit-/ I I him. hnilnir To. .all vlAlmm eriulltur, fir flinun a nit, i I.
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. Jacksonville. They had as Crews. Parents whose children own lion. !.! Mrs. L. L. Pyal visited herdaughter. KMliml Hiliol, l l KMatc: 9S ; FEDERAL LAND
Mrs. R. C. PVkle of Keystone such! rifles are warned that You sal ...'h of y' tt, u 7oto IlANKRSOCATIO;
S. T Peavy. Pastor. "Come. luncheon guests on Monday.Mrs. I :Mra. Jeaxle Chaitaln accompanied Mrs.. W. H. fiorrolls. I hvrehy notified I mil rc.,i''>'," 'l 1 I
let us Worship together" \ James Chitty and Mrs Heights -was honored on I they are responsible for no fling l the group of county and girls> In Jacksonville re- preaent any clalnm .and ,ili-tnitndir, ,, of GAINESVILLE
MARCH OF DIMES Copeland of Stance. her bh'thdayIth a coffee last that the guns are not shot i which yuu, nr eltlitrr > '.
commissioners! for a day's program cently.TVTTTTTVTTTTTVTTTTTTTT .
unity hHVB calmer the) Rxtutv Mrs. Miller and daughter : Thursday P-Tternoon given byMrs. in town, or anywhere near .... .. I
Ray !Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner!! luncheon, and tour of liorthy .rk.1!<' a> nl ;tale la Live Ouk
Chesffr Wood. Those enJoying homes or public buildings. .Innr' xuiil 1 roiinly. t, tin
Judy. and Mrs. Edna Norton and daughter! spent the week the University of Florida' ( : In County Judo, of Kr..li" .,nl I II 4OR 4. Ohio Ave.
and son Maxle would like end with their children In thi-s affair! with Mrs. Shooting glass bottles In or Gainesville on Thursday, Feb. County l-'lnrlila, at hUi'f I t I I
Qveryone to know that $28.65 Jacksonville. Peklewere Mrs George; near roadways is alno pro- 4, sponsored, by the Agricul- 1 I GRAHAM lhiurt, huusB if wil'l' i", t>
March of Kauffnv.in' and Mrs. Frank hibited, and fines will be levied Thtvenl
was collected for the Mr. and Mrs Maxie Carter tural Extension Service.
pltncs in the house to bouse Price of Koyitonc. and Mrs. against those responsible for ', initiated by the County
i Si'. had as visitors Tnurnday. By Mrs.Y.. i. starlingPhone \ f fI
such vandjllsm.PoHtofflce
Julie Reiiicelll EmllluJohlrlna any
golicitatlon In this area. and Agricultural Agents' Association -
Mr. and Mis. W. R. Mathis of I
wish to thank each one who! Gainesville. Jennie and Carlton of Staike.Mv. repairs, including was to acquaint county 4852368AAAAAAAAAAh.AAAAAAAAW I II to enter something!
I I II vuu're going
contributed. Faulk of Jacksonville who and Mrs. Gerald D. u new ceiling and pointing, commissioners. with agricultural I

CO-.1GRATUL\TIO-.1S:. :. I were here visiting the Cart- i.| Oilffis were Sunday afternoon, were approved by the council. service and<< facilities. avail .I

: Congratulation to MaxlefJorton. er's, returned home with Mr | vjiltor. of her brother and Repairing of city streets able at the University of I Mr. and Mrs. Clytle' Milliard like mo Pure Oil Performance Trials
was discussed by the council.
young son of Mr. and and Mrs. Mathis and all went sisti-r-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Florida.BROOKER. of Gainesville and Mr. and

Mrs. E. M. Norton, who was to Cedar Key for several daysof I Don Rolchle. In Staike. feet They of decided culvert to pipe purchase to replacethe 40 I Mrs. U A. Davis were visiting I you! might as well do it to win.

Chosen a winner in the 4-H fishing. On Sunday Mrs.,,,,I Dr and Mis J. P. Young IYYYVYYYVVYVY'VVyYVyyYV I Mrs. Mattle Davis Saturday. ,
I'Ulvctt In front of Mrs.
Awards Program for 1964 in Carter visited her brother. ; Jr. of Jacksonville spent the I I Mr. and Mr. Richard Gierj I,
Ma le Mend's house and to
!Jhe project area of Leader Clinton Buff, who Is ill and jii weekend here with Mr. nnd Repair holes. with nil dirt In of Jacksonville and Mr. and so we did. Class iv-won by BuiCk Special.

I Mrs C. O. Hm.I heveral places. around town. Mrs. Bobby Broughton ofi Down at Daytona Beach we gave everyone another look at Buick's "Wm Policy".

I Andy Strickland from the All councilmen and city officers By Betty RabonIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAA i O-anesvllIe were vtatlng their ; A V-8 Buick Special won over stiff competition (sorry, boys!) in Class IV-In the

University of Florida was were present for the meet. | parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl 1965 Pure Oil Performance Trials Trip wmnin-- Special 1 was equipped with

Cut Those / ,I his home parents.for the Mr.weekend and with MI'S.Cloy ing.Clerk i 1 I, rillY.I Broughton. and family Sun- our300 cubic inch Wildcat 310 V-8 and Super Turbine, Transmission.

-,. ton Strickland. W. H. Maxwell sub- The New River Awoclatlonj 1 11 rs. Allen Lewis and sons. Remember that the drivers In the Performance Trials are skilled professionals

Repair Bills Mrs W. P. McKlnney and milled a quarterly financial I j al Sunday School Mass Meet- of Cross. City spent a few and the cars finely tuned standard production models. (If 'It can be said

,, Miss Sue Taylor of Jacksonville statement. for Oct.. Nov.. and ing was held last Thursday\ I days with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. that the Special is "Standard" anything.) Also remember that the _

withNatural visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dec., showing expenses of night at De d a n Baptist I Starling and daughter trials are an exhausting carefully graded test of a car's all-

Whltehrad and family on I $873.45 during that period; Church with eleven church- I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas around ability. In economy, acceleration and braking. Small
L well under the receipts ofI136.4z ea In the New River Association .
Saturday. out on top. Handsomely.The
I gave a birthday dinner for wonder the Special came
GasFor Dill Edwards: of Mr. and $ for the three monthg.1IOIMt .. represent-d.! Rev. James
I son thlor son, D. L,
IIXMS ': KA/EI: Temple, pastor of ,the Drooker I recently. ( specific detail? Our hero averaged 20.689 mpg in
Mrs. W. II. Edwards; Jr. spent V T. Hines. of Branford C
10 It
FIHK'': TI'KSDVY! Baptist Church. waft guest economy, to score second among cars.
I the weekend in Douglas. On. I"V Visited.l his. son-ln-layv and 9.315 C
frame home of Oliver spenker. Announcements of acceleration test-from 25 to 70 mph-in
and while there visited the
"care free," "trouble free" heating:, cookingand South Georgia Collene Lonzo Iiuvls) In Smith's quar-> Miwle FeHtlval and other daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. T.I seconds for a fifth. And took another second in braking: f a
tern. burned to the ground a- Thomas for a week. from 65 to 0 mph in 172.0 feet. The cumulative result:
:\ were made by I
water heating there's nothing like Natural ?fo'las"hetlnS'
Mrs. Sadie Elder and children :Mr.' and :Mrs. L. Jones and)
bout 11 pm.: TU8Hdllit' fruit representative of the different I we won all the marbles in Class IV)
Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's Robin and Dwight wererecent Albert Thomas of Hampton ,
i I week. The blaze had already churches. The ladle. of I If to enter something-like a car-
and then.
visitors of Mr. Mrs. Now you're
: going
safe, it's clean and your supply is always there. I caused ,the roof to fall to the vlaltl'.111': '. andrrH.: Carl '
Dedan Church lu-rveil dealer
D.iptlut too. Your Buick can
O. W. Stroud an*:! other relatives Jones you might as well do it to win. tI
GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE In Andaulusla, Ala. Sun ground flre"trufk'received by the time the Hampton and- refreshments. to. the viiitlnjfchurrhen. / I Claude Sunday.I Hall of Rivnnnah: "i' introduce you to the driver's seat of a Buick Special. .- -'

day Mrs. Elder daughter, ... I
la. visited his mother. :Mrs. '
responded to the call and the .
Client speaker at the brooker M---
Robin and Johnny Lott visited '
STARKE NATURAL GAS Debbie Hall, recently UICK' MOTON DvI.'' 'II
Lott in building was a complete IOHS Church of Chriat l ljst Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Hamp I '
I Mr. and Mrs Donald Du.i-i,
TKKKtt: : TIU.MMF.OWork ; NJ
CITY HALL PHONE 961-2351 High Springs and also visitedCamp wan Jamie Rhoden ofJacksonvlile. .
was started Friday on ,' lie''Vlll be I can of Hague visited her par. r'-- _
O'Lcno. ., upeakIng -
trimming limbs few ..nt". Mr. and, :Mrs. Russell'
dangerous here lor'a undays :
from the (lingo' old live oaktl' |I. to come. j Starling, over. the weekend. ,' 4:

''''" by1' the', Florida Power & The Junior Training; Union :\1 r. and :Mrs. Krnedt. Orta- 4Tt'

, S Light Co. Firunches; endangerIng Ciaax of tho Brooker B.iptlal gus of Jacksonville, and Mr.

wire were being trimmed Church went skating- at Luke | And Mrs. Kenneth Starling of ,.. '. al. ', ..vt. .4.. Via.. I

or' removed from several 'trees 1',1: er Ian S.i'.' miy nig.it i Brooker visited :Mrs. KateIStarln& t' *

NOTICE! hlnng the main treet.I'IlMN.i.M "'Ts. Lea Ton.Ifowrved 4* i' Sunday.
; and Mrs. Jolhn :\{('Klnney '
: chaperone for the youngster

Mrs. Virginia, Bradley and Airman. :l-.. and! VI 'a. Tommv I and Rosa Lee went (Ii<> ... .,.-,. -i *e..iamaus.ISee -
Mrs. Tampa to visit their son ant. V. <*S33
Olnrta Olls"on conducted( Cox !ltt Tuesday fo. ___ --y A
the1 Mothers'' March for the Slonx St. !Marie, Mich wherehe family, Mr. and :Mrs. Horace -

March 'of Dimes in Munipton will be tatlonird. ,for about I McKlnney. Thursday Your Local .Authorized Buick )Dealer _ _ _ _
Mobile Home Owners last, week, In connection with 15 month. The young; {' (people :Mr. and :Mrs. J. McKlnney:

the county-wlda drive for arrived th..re on Prldiiy. and family of Gainesville, Mr. --Tun In "I.owHI Thinuu. And Thr :\.", ,,"-Cits KMMi \\..
funds for fighting polio and A group of young girl I and Mrs. James McKlnney(

blrlh-defects. Kurller In January from'Brn..k" at'tcndoil. a flirt'sAuxiliary -- .. .
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In View Of The Recent Supreme Court Decision nlso.,through school-children the school contributed heie t- Hampton BaptIst Coronation Church at last the = -- -= -

f Friday right, Anton,: those TikEAitLis thi6AUTO I
Timothy Fulrwood, brotherof goIng 'wcre n..n..i.. ,anti Judy : RY

We Must Assess All Mobile Homes. Mrs. Royce R. Joyner, has. Bass, Peggy FVIvrarile. Deliblor

moved; here from Vnlm Bench, r>ougla Kathy Lewla r.rlc'. ,.... _
I -
to live with :Mr and :Mrs. -z == =a- = =", _
Joy- Temple and Mra. Lea Temple -

i We Urge All Owners To Contact This Office 'tier! eCu\ family. He 'feeganclasses ;\ I The nrookei fl.iptlstChnrclz' SALES & SERVICE AUTO SAtES .SKKVICK.: : KKAUTY: SCHOOL (>t orcyclea-Scoot'' ersStreit's
nt BUS on Monday. nml at. guest speaker lnnt I

nan Weekend were visitors her uncle nt and the* 'mint' Joy-, I sunday! Chaplain NrVrmnn' I Barkley Motors, Inc. Tropical Pontiac, I Learn Complete Beauty Bicycle Shop
Make A Redding 'The paU, Rev.
Between Now And April 1st And I Culture Olrl..Wo"pMeni ,
Inc. :
:Mr and Mrs. Kilwnnl:, HII I
man of Palm Bench. Tennessee dim to the death of S i BudgetedFREE Cuvhman. &: Vrtpa S<<'_ten

Return. The Identification Of Stanley Carter who'' hits" his. grandmother, I FIATS HII.LMAN A Bt'NBEAM' TRUCK OMCI CEN'ttPONTIAC : Special Bruiri-Up n.\CrfE.NT Courw Ilitc,,tl-BSA-7 nndappMotnrrjrclM

Bring Papers been st Ut>nod "t Treasure bland I BrtMiker A, boI"atlen.tl"1I') ( 1! S \ 01.I .\"'>> I I --SlM ft SrvlcSCirWINV .

Calif for the past year the fair 'in Tamp Puturdity ?:2fl N W. 8th Avlt. Qejne.vtjle Central Hairstyling BICYCLES

with the U. S. Navy, 'arrived 1 I Mere Roy and V>rnnn Knight, w. In 3'325$3Replicars
I r..c1aU.e I Locksmith & Safe Work
Your Mobile Home With You. To Insure That
In Hampton for a 30-day leave I
{1.IIIm. Mott and Pat Caiitlrn.They SALES & SERVICE: !: College 615 W. I'lilTrnlly "no.r."I".m. .
last' week with his family the left .urlv, Saturday Factory Trained: .-. hanksU.

I A. C. Dennlwms. He Is to report morning) and went by nrhnolbiiit. .! CLEAN: liMED: : CARS Inc. J1H 3. E tnt G.ne"\11.- nll.Ji
f You Will Not Be Penalized For Not ReportingThis to Norfolk Va., at the I Imported Car Speelailata 3'1-13:
:\1 tIU.tlt: : :, nlz
end of his leave for a short Mr. ami Mr.*. Walter AI kin-, alit N. L\IN c .i-7sJ
training period before going Gainesville 37Z-4J7J -\OMKO|( ; ) I- -I ITU'IlS -
Hon. and >tr. and Mre. Larry I fr'ci r-i
Information. We Respectfully Request on a cruise. aboard "hip.11'11.' Atkinson of l IIoINId"onYllle, I _(r \ ((
I | Sales: << tarts Sf'r"' '._ &$<i
Tina Bruner and I son of Tsmpa -
(ia. were overnight guests S 113 S a:. Fecund. St (XLlnesvi11.Tel. House of Carpch'Gnt'II'lI1e'a n &
are also visiting> with the.> ), JEEP $ss **
Suttirday otII': anti lrH.. I 371-llrtl$ I II'TO
Your Cooperation.GENE Dennlsons' this week. Carroll Atkinson.H Pmntly of 4 Wheel Dris.I Onlv ( I i
: 'air-i>
:Mr. and Mrs. A. :M. Bryant ("onr.U'fU'r: .\ SALVAGE UIIL\: IT'S TI.ri TO MOV*
i : .::!: R1allRhtlp! .
moved l""tI'pk from l- "mp- Postmaster Ned Hick. nrKos n.\ lm.EIC IilEI.atw: M\ .,..rC CaU

ton to a home they have ,ir- Vveryt'in to please use Zip America Finest' F.conomyea- Paul's Auto Salvage! :MOPr'KN) TflrINOExpert O \INESVILLKMayflower ;
chased' I in Willlstnn. 'Mr. and] Smltu and 8 'rvlctRidgway
cod ntimbera. It gre"l'y' hetps( '
LONG I Instn' Utt' >i Inc.
Mrs. Al Bryant, their son and I we Buy Wrrcked Cal At ,
In speed! your mall to Its des- .\:IIc.: >. :\t..Jn-3": !.191.5I1fl'iiIe '
11I;I "n'-e-t: 1'.52'
daughter-in-law, and baby.. are tination. Zip rmle for Brook- Motor Co. TOP PRICES : .. --_

TAX ASSESSORS : living In the Bryant's home ..r 1 la 33922.M : Ut \Id.... St Modrla teed -- !'.\!::uT: I GLASSLiddell;( !

here.Mr. M \ NoriCF. t 1LJ3 H. Main Parts roNCFFTKINSIST() I'IUHI') 'rN
and Mrs. Roy: :Morgan -I have been asked to notify I Galneuvill. 311..JJ I 1..I..tYJ'ft Seri"-\\"tt \nll Paint &
and daughter visited, lust. week
you Jhat It U iifrittruit postal I I Plod Any Part For Too.37C4512. TTfAT ALL YOCR
'regulations to send through Gla s Co.

the mall any form of letter* I B & G Motors Co.'ZADft1ACOLDStOflILE. I Oalnt"tYUJe( \TRKTK: PROniTTS KV4M/C r.UST
| 4-41! N Pat Storfc Yard
"Yes, I am old enough s TAKE IT known as "chain lttera" and I ARE TIn; T.Ktt r::1 t.t..I ';..... rlrron tI1Izia. ieori

FROM SMITH-CORONA'S* nhotild you receive any such Air Conditioning heating Tub Lnlu'surrs' ,.h......
for a REALLY GOODtypewriter GA1AXI n letter to turn It over to the I Edward" BuikingSupply !
QUICK BROWN FOXt postmaster and l step will betaken SALES &: 8m V1CI. IMan \\ Ind.rw* Awnlnf' .

!" ""Typing' is a valuable basic skill that accordingly, I File Selection of Used Cars RUSS'S SHEET Inc. Carpet A\'aUre.r SU>t.-

__ Mr and Mrs. Nec HicVi ord I Taken On CatdUlaa Trades '%1' s. :\ .. _S72-4MI fZsai$ c.oa..It.aI.: .
can: learn. And it
d_ 'TilE TYPEWRITER WITH satisfaction anyone and gives: "personal Smith- ,.,mlly.1111...<1 her ftther I ZM1 N. W. Utfe. Rt. 411I METAL INC. ","''' I.F. "A 3d ;NW r t..nth St.nsTcr.vnj .
Frank flosS, In Gainesville 0.. I f\tmt; ; SETI'i'LIE'iJolinsnn 371--UII
Sl'EED STYLE ANI SPIRIT Corona's. famous .
f7 SaturJ.tv:
-4 :) Touch Typing Uetthg 1'I.ATIM!:' (
,4- .. by SMITH CORONA Mr anil Mrs. Leroy Stoke!'. -I
_._ "' Course is |
: Lincoln :Mereury Com.i
yours an.11'11.: :Minnie\ Atkinson Air CuodEtlonlnrIt & Paris Inc.
It's the fastest non-electric: there with the of Ocala Chrome
: typewriter ..:: purchase? visited :Mrs. :M>Ttlce Atkinson | fSF.D: CARS ,
Is built for heavy duty performance any Smith-Corona In this i Authort% Sales &: Service >It J23ZO Compll'l' Urte"f
and! breezy travelling. It has a special' key -i portable $3.93 an Apopkj hospital Plating Inc.
action that makes. I)ping easier; an exclusive w-eken>l. Crane "I"')-M \''TLFIRTIUr.tI -. Corv'' N'! x : \tum\ :

jeweled! escapement, a removable colored Overnight!' guests' Saturdayof NK. 18th Terrace : <" "'",.Utl.' m.I' 'Jl 1 F\nlahn\

platen, a top deck that glides: away :Mr and Mrs.. Leroy Stokei | Lincoln-Mercury () \I i>\iij.K:! .*. -"otorn 3iftlrq.SVTU8E :
handy Page Gage: . and inexpensive were :Mr and Mrs. WalterAtklnnon. 3A-A3Xt BIM. STA-JTIS Mnmc tu rftlrM.-_-Pri Sup -. CttiMN'O9ti

Changeable Type ". Beautiful new colors. ,....-, ': Jr. and family of i SOS i:. ItUrenlt A_ .w. Bent PTMI'IO>r S"'HI..a" i .* IK. PRcopprn:

(even gold), and many smart type styles: :GoM--..... (I "..AINTS 1-.na".onvUl., n... I o.tnNITIIle 172-4251 Automatic Tranvniiision J24 !oI \\ 'th Ave tndiuriil; Hard Chrome
to choose from. All sleet, vinyl-clad carry- _"., : I 1
jag Case at no added charge. '-....._./ =.: Steve Kelly. of Jc iunvllle English Ford-Vole.-. ritONT :277-tlTC 1S3C :NV: 2ml .\... OraLs
C. S.
visited his mother Mrs.
OLd 51.0-5215 I
I t'SED: CARS n":n"'n I ti. Fa!
_. -, .-. jUARANTlEi Any < C-I""f."IIO fflce Kelly on Sunday. City Automatic
J"T1_ _ will I, rapuc,WithoUt criarg. (:: endPhpp.n5t I Hill\ Big-ham/ and Billy and I 51 8 South Main TY"fWTUTEUSHancock" :
$ ) any part that provva tN.""ctiva within \PIES \VKAUCherry's: _
of No Ted visited their t Galn.evtlI. S72-3C31
!9 yoflfm purcha" flat* labor chari withinO RiRhiim parent Transmission, Inc.
dayl of pu"'".... warranty cov.rm all part -
:Mr Mra R.
and Big- TypovriterKXCIIANCE
.ept. motor, rubtiar part, .nvriv call or cnargav
Mien your favorite student is ready for ( .'IN 90 da\1.\ Pot not covar damai* from .cc1.d.nt .. I ham. In Lakeland on Sunday. DODGE DIRT Repair .5 r.uhea&e
._ ,. :
; J or met end Mtartdt only" la original I
I a typewriter, .,be sure you get her a ____ __ __ _- __ .wnar. Mr and :\rrs. Jamie Rhodenof DODGE TRtCKSSale. : Al!! :MakeS and radr1inrcK SmttliCorita.Author4.zedClaryVIctsrTM.sIIa:

Smith-Corona.I'ca"'bo'' ''...." J.i. koonvl1l.!) were Sunday .-Part*-Scrvtc. CARS Own n'>|ne t a M'ISt P'sahlonabW Dfo&:..,
__ __ Plus Tax dinner ..f Mr and :Mrs.
Only $124.50 guevta
that you're giving the finest; the newest "_- C Ned Hii-k The Rhodens al od.il ( Pu'pendahle. VwnlPooleGablc i--s I Dyanotneter Pr -"H td ."'''reu For LAdles
advances in design and construction, l .; : : '4 annie n.ilUnif In reoker flRESE4.tt1T.COMATYWTTT: !\ TS! Ad. t-.c: ",IIr1: ::t.... CeuitorI.ALr : ,
Motors WORK I l'\n.\'TEEU- ,5ER\'CZ-
to perform better and last)longer. Prove :_ : .-:. nuAPFOitn TELEGRAPH while hereMr I ot'O.IT: rL'iHoe : : WE.1BACCESSORIFJ t.\\T.: TI\tt-d1oc-aM: : r mr r*.

it Smith-Corona. __ __ __ I '* Alberta Stokes celebrated '- .
to yourself. Try a COUNTY) 119 a 11:. bt Ave. C.ytl" : 3. Main' 4 lrrmrnU with ftrit.

her birthday w'th. PHONE:. J71-4JU GainesvIlle 373.3 1I 104 W tn1\nlT: O.lne'nlItI 431 N MAIN at o.in na.
dinner al her horn Sunday af- Phone I7S-33SI


Il TiirnsnvY. FEB. it, IH ttRADPORD COUNTY Tr.U.GR.'rn. STARKK. FI.OIIMH prp rr"Vr:+..
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I VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT School 9:45.: Worship 11 a.m.. Jacksonville. ,i the automobile races. by m'mbers. 1|Ier of Franklin Lakes, N'. J :: Vera Brooks all of Saperton. :i of the Church 6:30: p. m. rolpt i III la nntltith..r .proof*if rirtlUmi publli. .lltlmk.,, naves. '.r' ,

Evening: Worship 7:30: p m.. We are pleased to note that I I Gu* ta of Mr. anti Mrs. J. Officers and committee ,,, i\-e spending several days with ,,0.and. 13 grandchildren: : I Thursday Choir Practice, ,ur HIII'I'' JOII\lN; UlJAl"I'Y:

: LAWTEY\ MYF each Wednesday 7:30: p. George J. Bates; is at home H. Eunioj'\ and Mrs. Selma i members who enjoyed the his mother Mrs L. F Nerfus I I i Th funeral WAS held at 7:30: p. mn'1'IeI ,nidi', under.. wnii'h, we are e ryKnsoit .>
.... ,
i 117 :
In. bu.I" At ie
m. Prayer Circle. Monday 9n.m. (gain after some time !In Eunice over the weekend were' hospitality: of Mr. and Mrs. i I| Mrs. Douglas Weddb and I I B.iyless! Illway Baptist Church! ThimipMun St., tttaeke. Tla. ?, earibur .
I' a'i I and I:' : Sunday at 3 with Uv. '! Ill" 1VI'i' :1'ln" '1'" : ,, Jr
Lake City VA hospital: Mr" and Mrs. Joe Lane Puckett were: M.-s. D.O. ;'aolSh..wn.. of O"II1t'svUle'i I p. in. II I..ml.in sn.
UK JI.t.1'1:11: I fl< 'I iriol H
By Eiua: Blanchard First Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Q. U. Sapp, family of D lanud..., t.104.

t AAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAy I School 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a. the 6th birthday anniversary Visited other relatives.Celius I Malmgrrn. treasurer: !Mrs. I| Dianna Jane of tlatka and I Suggs' officiating\ Interment lit." unteraialihl l 1 N hi' ...I i-hv mulcr, itlvi-n,,Hi.IIP'th %.Yo.t\\,, IM-att. 8t. atarka, KlorldaIIIIM ,

m.. Training Union' 6:30: p.m.. of her granddaughter, Susan Godwin of Maxvlllewaa Julius Hanson secretary; Mrs 'I Mrs. George Thlupen of Fast I was In the family plat In \IMIIMI. .. of CnhttM, ,. J:" ". ", I to"1.i, ,il I this X2n
y The WSC3 met with, "tl"ll.1 Prayer Meeting Wednesday Sapp. with a party on Satur -Isltlnff his brother-tn- i F P. Euan corresponding a"ccrrtary : i I i Palatka visited Mr. and Aura Conner Cemetery; under th' or Klorlili... .Ara i ..r, ,IMi..I, \ i r idrnril v \ i n I'oimty.lens Kli, .t..rlil.MtHi-ka.. ,
Mae Wells on Tuesday eve- 7SO: law and sister, Mr. and Mrs and publicity i R. M Caton' recently. direction of Drwltt C. Jones 1..1. NIa I I. i ('r r rI" 219'
: p.m.. Brotherhood. WMU. ; day. Fob. 6. The Valentine ch.\lr-1 I I '" t'\iurf1111, i) ..",1 r., ning;, Feb. 2. Mrs. H. C. Kelly TWA, RA. GA on first and mot! was carried out in the J.I Eunice on Monday. t man; Mrs William: Beam sr'l I I Mr. and M s. Joe WUllanni II I Funeral home. Our community 4>nii' I county. i Ihi,. til.i ,upn. i .N. .

brought the devotional alter third Thursdays. 7:20: p.m. rnnitloni Th refreshment Recent guest of Mrs. Ma- ;' membership: XfrsElhlVey- i we called to Trumbull I I extend sincere: sympuhy. I ---
which Mrs. R. E. Lee hospitality Mrr Clnrtnct ,!I Conn to attend the funeral of I to the family ,
presented Friends of Mr and Mrs, table was covered with a gay mie etch were G. L. Martin man. : I I
the program "The Dlclptineil I of Macclcnny, Mra. Jeule II I 1: Davl<, kltrh>n. John Mr. William's nephew" who ; rI:R80NALSMr. .
I I ITrnry Hennctt o") Jacksonville cloth with matching: napkins Take The
Life," followed by the ,i wish. to crrresi, their! ym> the birthday cake: bearing six Harvey of Macclenny.: and her I I Cross William RrpJ:: Robert.I wa killed In an auto accident and: Mrs. Sit Monitloul\ Drudgery

mislness sesiljn! with Mrs. I! pr.l.iy:; in the recent Ions of m miles wan the center of nt daughter MrJim\ Masse;,'. I I'Fprrelli hogs! ? .and. "nanlteI I I Darlil was !held Monday, : and:: I of Jncksonvlll spent Saturday '.

Wells: presiding Cup ea K-!a their daughter Mrs. Jeannette traction. Paper hats. were pesenfsi of Jacksonville Mrs. Emma mfnt a -lsfp1 by Mrj. Reed I I they returned!' Thursday. with Mr. and Mrs. C. C "

and coffee were served by the > Knight. This Includes all mem- to the children and Lurromoie of "1'1' c1L'nny Is I I' n-1 M: e. F rrell; Julius Hin- ,I Mlai Frances Schulta of Crovby! and Mr. and M-s. Oul of Income Tax Time

hostess. 1 hers of the family. The Ben- thy enjoyed pUyln! wllhvnrirolored : 'I spending several weeks with 'on. City Council' anl Citizens I I rf.w York Is visiting Mr and I I Ke.mrth Williams ,
fllfKCITTIVITIKS I netts were long time residents bnlloons. let I her slater Mrs. Futch. Hullrtlng Commlttce Mrs J. S. LnCostp,, r-.r; and: Mrs. Otis! Crnwforl:
::! rCII'SE'n'I'I I Mr. and MM. W. E Kite of of O.Uncavllle '
Grace Mt.th'J: -.t: Church of Lawtey before moving to cream was served! with cikr: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise tAtlvo. visited her parents. \ -
after tho honoree had blown and eons and :Miss J.An..t t Brown I I[ A short bU'lnMj meeting I, Miami and Mrs. A. G, Evans I. Mr. and !Mrs. C. C. Crosby -fr adds

'J the eand'i out. About 20 were In OPP. Ala.
,, 'I 1 young friends! took port in \\ father celebrnw! his i i luncheon. Becnuae:! of t tjicWoinan'i F Oino' Tuesday i Mr mid:: Mrs. Nick: Nortonof -jV subtracts
-- ",' '' i' 1
__ v """'- A I Club\ Shaw Mis! Karen Johnson And Tam-tt visited Mr. and Mia.
\ ..... this. gait affair 79th birthday anniversary. I I hobby aI
\.. On Thursday evening! Mr. large number ol relatives and luncheon( the. game d'1y.1' Mra. William Becler of Pitts W. C Ward last weic.; multiplies
"tof dinner :: AARP members burgh 1'1ae attests of Mr Mr. and Mrs Oo.xl.in: JemAi'tl
joined In the family: were
Mrs.: L. :M. McClellangave
f and returned, ) with attend< tills rvrnt and Mrs. CUranc., J. Hulfrlch\ daughter' visit 'd t thci,
Mr. Wise one
'a fantlv: supper of their In b.u honor h. I of his dons and will vls't his. I i!' It i.. pxiifftcd that thr nw I, and' Louise. I daughter Mi's.! Charles! Crlbbf hRST TIME EVER-
of the blrlndiv! ( Mrs. Martha! MacKcarMa: I
and baby In Oalncsvlllo I liaSunday. I
: Maxle ) thre sons residing In this 'vicinity i city hat] aiHItorlum! will\ b9available :! > .
I t r. Mrs( (Mnrgle I for the 1'\"' 25 M-a, Harriet Race and Mrs. L : ,

Reddlnh. A delicious menl, ) wa I I Mrs. for T. H a few Presley.tiny of High m"Un" which will' bp) an I, :M. Pears.111. are spending afew Mr. and, MM.( Eugene Joiwa' An Machine
> served to members of the family I II I Adding
1 I Springs was a recent visitorof I i i afternoon of fan Ponatloni days! In Deland. I I: of Lady tk- vUUed( thri i iifnuidparmts
and" < on ort: of town guest Mr. .
I and Mrs. Pat Ollsson!
Mr. and, Mrs. James! E. I I I fit pelage for the< bingo pates : Mr. ml: Mrs,
I I I Miss Caro'yn McLeod( Crawford and family. We areplrssed I aid other conep,t. li the only ,, and daughter. :M-lanlo of Ftli: Edward: Norman during UI:'
aM Starke The Fun" Box will Church Va. 'visited Mr. and weekend. less than $100SmithCorona
i. -MrsV. O. nhoHe of Ocalni to learn tlv# young I c.hltrgo. : receive .I I Mrs( Cj-elu Ollsson Mr. and j i for
son rat who had the misfortune '; money to d-frav expenses Mr and MiSs. C. C Crosby
vl..''nt Mr. and :,(r... H I Mra. George Alderman andMr.
i to fall from A chair nnd I of refreshments at I and MR: R B. Crosby andem :
DOES C. Wnl'lwrllChdurlnlf the : ( and Mrs. D. R. Kelley
I usual. of MY andMrs
break an arm. I ill recovering; were! muviU
wHk""". Sunday 'afternoon : and other relatives and ,j '
t nicely. j I Orrctlnp have been" extended < : C C. Crosby Sunday;
THIS Mrs. Welnrjrht" and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs flan Tnrrlohuf I I to Mr. at.' Afri Jerry Kodtitt friend last werk. Mrs. B, E. Wo are glad to w(cfr:\ '
r.ho-len. vl.lt Maxvllle! Wednesday, I Mr ar d Mrs Perry Lyons to
Starling\: \, who .Is a patient InMacdenny spent I t'e homo for a. visit ka
I II' on Jolnlinr rhnmer.tltv
DESK I with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. I :'.fn. n. F. : our community They are! llvin.t : III .3; r II
I Mllrltal l, ('OMHt'N1TY: cllt"u'n In the Item Conner homo) IIIII'' III IIIv

COST I Wrrkcnl auMtJ of Rev. and I I' Mr Lou PeeMe and' Mr. I ( Helen Fe.n: ] I nlatit Tupperware at her home.party Thursday I Sunday !uncut of Mr. uiHMm I t\ fI'' '>; I

!I Mrs. J3hn: Perkins and children I About 45 member aft'-n'!-d ; [, L A Crosby were Mr I
and :Mrs A. J Knlkner and .d
I wre Mr and Mrs. James I the Feb. 1 general I nestle f of I Mr and Mrs. n. C. T1'f''d-1' iiiul l Mrs Len' Richardson and
children of wereI
Hampton Tray of TTurrtcflno, I
? Johnston of Jacksonville' th Church Women wh-n twoUniversity
I .. chlldr-n. and :Mr. and :Mrs
visiting Mr. and :Mra. I M. spent the weekend with Mr, I
B..h.I..J. f of Florida' stlldt"ntsrl'C'm I Ni-nlo llrnswau or Jackson I
I :\ r. Cournev snmother. << I I MC'ClI'IIIUfhml1.1Y.. ands I Iraq and Loitanon spoke and 1\11:11.; Tom Rnuilock. vlll" I II MMu
Mrs. Walter Martin '
.. M..... Chapmnn.. Infarrrnnlly about their en m- Mr( and Mrs. Ton Surnce-! We want to wrletip' Rev |
'. Miss Phylls Martin of Storke ; tries and answered are bark from a trip to Atlanta I I I
.NO dxlla. OA. railed" on :\1' *of'I'j I qupstloim .mid Mrs Wllllnmi and children W.
visiting. Mr. and Mrs. v
Blanchard Saturday and were '), Mrs. A. C. Holt led the openIng ) of J. clc' ,nvtii!,. to our I s tww
Hansen Sunday after Mrs.( Hubye Oxford] ofOnlnesvllle
ed Mrs. U H, Hill In a Sta.k'i Sidney devotional, and Mrs. Kov cnnmunttv"' U the junior
I noon. :Mr. and M.... O. J. An- Bridges InlrMul'rthe! spent the wppkrnl I '
nurstns; home Mrs. Cbtirmwwas I I speak\ of VorlhHldc/ : n'III.t den. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Andersand with Mrs. Pitlcy Boyd on
former. ers. Mr, William \Val pr."Idrn' ,
the daughter-lrs- I They are Uvliv In ItudalphSnpp's \ "
Swin Lake.lliwh I
law of Mrs.. Hill. son and Mrs. Hester conducted the business home
$ I Hick visited M..... Vicky Sanders Sapp !le!! home aftera '
$110 ..' !lin. I
OUR PRICE IS ONLY Mr and Mrs. P U Plnklm Mr. ant I \I s It( 11 Krllvmul :
brief stay In tho AlachuA
In! MMdlrburg Sunday The Men's Club ,will. hold
pent Sunday with Mr and adinner rlilklri'ii. and !''ofan,1
Mrs.( Paul Pinkina Jr. and !I I Mr and Mrs. James U Wa meeting Monday. Fob I General! Hospital
Mrs. John Mark Krlly of
When you select a desk in the Marnay Signora' Dnvld In St. Aujcuwtlne. '' accompanied a bus bail 23: at (11:30: o'clock with Rev Capt W. A. Creiwhaw. ann I church FIGUREMATIC
of KFA. bovs to Tampa wherethey of Mr and Mm.. H. B. CI"nIhaw. Oulncs.llle attended
Budget Series, your desk will have Mrs Kennnth. KlnrhliX of I C.-alir of Clrrrn Cove Bprlimsl Sunday, and were dinner
:;. took /In the Florlita"' SLAte of Florohome. uruduatpd -
Rt. Charles Mo. was the rueM as the spcskt'r.Circle !! | guests of Mr. und Mrs M I.
i Fair ,with. all of Its wonderful' Jan :27 from: the Unl-
1. Baked enamel finish of Mr. and Mr., OrvIlle num. ittrertions.Wr. members. are reminded veritlty of Oklahoma! / at Norman 1 Conner
In make reservation for S
Chrome gamer T e"luy to Friday of I I \ end Mn. M. D. Sheltlin with a Musters. Doiirce
2. plated square legs laM week. the rkofthPilm lunch { MUST rnFsnvTr.nl: :
3. Full die drawers nf Camden. Mich were pleats eon with your circle" chairmen I, In Social Sclcnrr. After a sixweeks i' 9" .501
suspension Mr. and Mrs. W F. I cmul I he1 CIIL'IUHII. :
Osrnr Carterduring study In Baltimore ,
of Mr and Mri.: h
at the Feb. IS !
4.The newest functional' stylingand Godwin of Oiattannnaa." ; Term.vlsltcxl the w.c.. : meetings on will: be stationed In nouota. Walton Oracljr, :.MlnUIrrSchedule 1w I
,., Retprvntlonn must DP Itby ;, week i.Urtlnu \
in M .. V R. Reddish Columbia South America for for
beauty you'd expect only week Feb, :28! Mrs.\ Arthur Drntntr" F.b.14 :
during the three Capt. Cremhaw
much higher priced desks Mrs. Betty C. Miner and phone 473-4752. Is reservations urarlUHted from Utlrosn Sunday:! Bun illy School., .'Iu. Tutu,

And the satisfaction f of r real savings. ll IIfSlGH1.v son were Sunday' dinner chaIrman. Members Hchoul In 1BS3.Bayless i 13 a in M 'l'nll111Yonhlp.,
KEYSTONE Adds ColumiiA' TotaU', 8 to !
H you're opening a new office or MARNAY guests of Mm. F.ffle Miner. furnishing tables and reservations I 1' 1m.. Youth rellowthl.. > 7 999,999.99

Mrs Mae 'Wells spent Sun. HILITES for the annUAl Silver wvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv7vvvvI S 80 p In Junior Choir 0 p
the old fresh
one a new -
giving apjearance SIGNORE I I I Ten' on Mirc'.i: IT sri urged tocontsrt m. Event"!: \\V0rsl\lp., p,
with Mrs Ruth S
afternoon NOW !
: com In. >ee_for your&elf. day Mrs. Jirk Hsberstrohat Wrdneaiav Warn",,',.
Hart blow and family kn Mhldleburg ( !
J I (Continued Prom rage 7)) 473<4d04< for Inforntatlon. I Hiway Council mcetlnjr 10 a m. In-

fortrml coffee for Women of Bradford County TelegraphHOLDEVERYTFUNG =
Bradford Mr and Mr.. BrmdU- Norton --
County Telegraph were In DaytonA over the ,, nentod! by the chapter. based Jly Mrs. O. t:' CronbyAAAAA.iAAAAAAAAAAAA.lAAJ. the Church at henna of Mrs I
her of humor anJ lay Andrews, 11 a m. Men '
I p-otram MELROSE
weekend where they attended !, . 1,I
gratitude on the fact that ----- ... -
Mrs Ward Is a. beauty pro- nii'iifii NEWS: ''' -

-I II 1 I duct !rrprrsentatlve. ana AfrWard (continued. From rage 7) I Don't forget that the time '

-syvse sres Is the former owner of I of the Saturday. nliiht Sing -

the Keystone Barber Shop" derfont Hrouts and Ed Davis ha been changed from 7 &to

1 Following the humorous skiff.| presented. the lit Class rank ::31))1) m Everyone U wel- --

the rrtlrlru Worthy Matron |I 2nd Clans rank and Merit l come to atttnJ.:! There will be

was presented with a "lovlybouquet b.dps Scoutmaster Ulynn I baptism at the itunlny/ services If you're one of the 57,200 owners
t of red cladloli and Rothhamme.presented a- Sunday nlsht

other appropriate gifts !In ap- '' wtrds earned by the following I'ATHIt'K ItI( KENS:

precUtlon' of her year of lead boys Football patches; I Our community was sad switching from Buick Chevy

a fUt of remembrance, : Bryan and Ricky ()orman. '!lour citizens Friday" night In a

many unique Court tr. Pr"- Roundup Patches Woody ISr,. !' Oalnrsvtllf hospital, following Ford Olds Plymouth and Pontiac
Inenmlne Worthy Vttron an. Billy Joe Chance and :I I a lengthy' illness Mr. IMckem ,
:::4 Fxlythe Nicholson an I hrr air" Ruddy Dampier:; Junior Leaders lived<<'f Ira the llellbronn section

1 r l r M f'ir'M pointed officers with Worthy Certificate of Training. and was an active member of next week
Wll- E: Itothhsmmer. Rich ;I -
'' Patrnn-elPct. J Atfle" Olynn the nuykiis JUwsy Church

(lams, will: be<< Installed with ard Beard Woody Bryan I. until 01 health prevented J lib -w

a : the elected officers at and I Ii Ruddy Dampier Hilly Jon I.I attending, lit U all YYlJ! fcy -
Installation of Chance and Ricky Gorman IJCItem =
i open ceremony: > his widow, Mrs tlubye '. -

Krb 12 at. o'clock In the | Mr Rims showed slides of the '' of IMIbronn, two sins ,....-:' ... .... : -
: )
chapter room of Melrom. Masonic I new Baden Powell Reservationfor :I I Patrick C ol Washington, 1 U. -..,..n:- ,&.---.-. .IJ.. .,?- -: =

TrmpU In KrystoneH ,, the Buy Scout. of Americaof C and Curtis of Waycross.as. .
iv ivI 1 'l. hts. Th previously ".leet.d I i the "North' Flortla Council :I .. four dsul&btf'n. Mr, 1 da. ::
officer and th. nw' appointed 'I If Present for the eventvere..I I IVrnlre for tier. Albany O.* I'.b -

f officers to be 1"ltalJ40dare Mr and Mrs. 8choen_mn. Mr* Annette Moore. WashIngton I! J =

Dorothy Koons. Aumclst Mr and Mrs. Bryan. Mr lie Mr (OTSldln I :J' tea.

E Matron. AaWllll\ rn Baldwin. Mrs. Chance Mrs. Terrell.! Redford and M.lI'1 j : 5 :;;;:? ::

Atunrlat Patron; Datr1re. Dumpier Mrt. Cook Mr*.I t Carol Kiirunay of -llhronn( ![

Brhrordrr Rrcretary: Vrra'Ownbry. Harpp, Mrs Ciamblr Mrs, two brothers Clyde of Jupiter ::

I .. Tr"aturer. QeraldlnrJsrkton. Bearrl .Irl. Gorman Mrs and Clro of Cotllas. Oa ., three :;ty

I Conductress; r d1yOllrl Ysrbrougvi 1 Mrs MorrU. Mr sitters Miss Illrdl-r IMekens( ,I ,.;; .: =

-, As'orUt. Conduetrrss. Biivi, Mn' Hook, and Mr*. Mrs. Clara Wilkes and Mt 'tT."' -

Bertha Ward, Oisplaln; PhylHi (- AllenPFRaOV11.14 .i'.i'TT' =
Yle.l li a. Nulrbm H.2U at IM -
I I # I, Hu.oy, Marshall; lien.William. I
,' ., Ot'untatohln": Mr and Mrs Rollln P P'ltoh. TILKiKAPfiSpanish. _:: 11T ) I'
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Red. Adah: Eha Scott: ltutllsrvry : ".. f' .
Im Either Ix II .
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WALTZ t'OOrry. Martha; Ronnie Jones ,I IRlrcta. 1 Moss! .

THROUGH :! Msttlo. I,* Klncioury \
Ward ( AenI 11E ..... ..- --.11II
Enl Hayner.
WASHDAY i r get this FREE 48-page car

I tlnelTM 'j''j'I E IIK.U'Tlr'W: (' .. MJT ,
.t I''o'-'r meeting DHADLYI; :

will IMo hH 1 nn P't-b.'I Mrs I IJ.
YOU'LL SAVE MONEY ON CLOTHESVJTH Aflamdcs Ruby R-d li -"" 'yal chairman : I.ct I IT.* Kid Your Treen I comparison X-Ray Book

I of ""ft"'" .n..U ,-,,, the or It S
j Iy.ar. and ''II.. I'...'' .t,.-.. by \(: I -

'I ELECTRIC DRYER /I and Mr. r> w own. for tit Fla. Peat Control i \ mt Could, tat* humlrrdi of 4nHn t If )yoti'r new Torque Command 232 engine, has

f : fftt. 2 tn r'\Ir.A *'., !Mar\ jr" ) p pI imla ol 'h. ifuHi. .aruN wh., pUn U change cat more .' ... \! 6-cylirxfcr,. "power' Than lord, :

,,8r'hl'f'OOtf.., I 'ii'<'17Ial of 239: C. Call/ 9CJ..TK.5! :) i nuLc .I'' > v,ur K/im'ler, dealer even ifyou've ('h."ruIOIOI: I'lymotuh. 1 hat only ambler: .

f-,....,.,..." .r I t ., '11) i never 0 ..'''' i'JcrcU' K"mhlcr hefi'fc. and Cadillac 4n'un. U. S. Car* have sepaMl ;

out uimJune-frwh. No lingering fume or f.iel, t odors. .h--at....:. r.... ",.'''t t ,. In.t) .A' -- j i |l a the tine vat ih..i dues to t* compared. braking, systems, runt and rear landjrd. :
Everything come .
r-' The -if X 1 Kav \Hook five* you 44 pje of All ihn and nose in I'M3'. X-kay Book .

And you ...some 3OO hours a year spent on lugging heavy duthcs-b.kct.o JO..rf"'T. .' -' sale,bv. .ule) t"tlraphte ctmipiifiv" ttn available only at your Rambler dealer" =

to the backyard clotbesline. not to mention pin upm| and Uke-downs. r.XJr.. + "It,ven ,, T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBINGON sire f'_ini. engine. fealur, style, prc'| .. Slop In and a.k fur your free copy; See and. .

An electric dry.II\ cheaper to buy cheaper to ...... And ....n ... wiMyhiotallMi 7 H.p. .l Ega.t: t t ruck; ; I She ",,1,11.(.U.M on M"na".nd, 16 try the spectacular new KamhlcM I the new .
PT' In& atd "' ,.. Jam ulher populsr' make. X-Ky reveals l that l lAmh I';'S1 American.!; Classic Amhatsador.Anttrltun .
wherever you want it. ."ket were hosts at their Huttre--tvdieaerJloLetrflrne0 :
*.*4Jur hy kambkrwith' "brillianl
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innovation in improved automat flamrUu tttetftf iT I
See Ihf nfuftl lirrn on tr-nc flied on -
CALL24.HOURS f. "-,,," It* f I futk A C* .""//..""ilkut ,lit and drams al haw appltanct dealerFLORID lib. 4 to members of tM IuvJ,. 44hsaial.. Pl 1-tu afuniutt sill .II.A. /'.".. .>>" AAPP Chapter KxrcutlT

.. --- '-- 'I' .rtf. Now that tM newm'w4rt'sl A DAY '
=- '
l bulMint" to be 65 :
dv' '''e4.tf.n r-b I*. lnc- The 3 Sensible Spectaculars-RAMBLER

ef. "!'I FWes.- f ..., oonaoiY'1 by IIA r CALL OCI529INITr !) MS41UOO* ._. '.- 1 1.si.CII.IIC.. aw.__.......1_I ACIa1CAa ,..faaeei hua.e '.
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J mintara .vnlrr way roe' : -CALL 9 r.1.t A591

-- ..- -- _.- "p etlns;. there with a pro- DODD7S AUTO SALES 528 Walnut st. :

crsm Under the chairman. .
hip of Mrs. Axel JLtalmcren T. I. MERSEREAU\ PLUMBING .

011 II6HT COMPACT pCPS SU'lO rtOtO her cofnmltt, will:: pUn for Matt |!H> K.niiy K..y. Mh. ..w M "*-r"' \hdI..,. .uaIIiC" ('hn uwl '. 1":00I:

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Mr!!. Howard Padgett SAYE q T' ;;,,;,,;;;;;;;;;,,,, ?& .TAMP. RTAMVF 1AMPM1AMPR .1AMP4 .TAY.M .TAMIN .TAMN r/AMPR .TAMPF ..TAMP.AMV\ t.RlVN'll TMPFiii

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Mrs. Polly PrevRtt and II Ililll ffiliE
daughter, and Mrs. MnrglaQrirris i
and baby< of Law toy.nd DIXIE
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford: k
of Staikr, visited our church 1 p /
Sunday. The Clay Kill Baptist HAS
I Church:! sends a special thanksto

Mr. and Mrs.! Bradford for .il.. l a ,.,. 1l' 1
the donation they nave to our Ek : THE
: new church building fund. .. "
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Visiting during the Sunday .t. u, !=
night! service were Mr. and ''al tar'IT i'i': lili.ii LOW '
! Mrs. J.imrs Orlffls or l/iwtey, 7i E 1.1E.! tEEi'ilE: :. Op STORE S ;
, Eugene Taylor of Doctors In- .lEEr.!.. :1EEa: ... lr'r'i! '
Eli.!E !! :::::.............. :: :lapiii; ::
let. and Mr. Underwood and Ili of 1! IliiiilrE71iF! : E;!!!! PRICESWD
Bernice Coody of Oreen, Cove auugu:: NSL'u:.. RIIIFIL'uuutYC: : tuL'S.dra1"t': '' (
0 Springs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter
and family of Jacksonville .
, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pad- OR'BALLARDfiiscuits
gptt or Lnwtpy visited Mr. and : P : t
I Ij:1I 4 39
MM Elmer! Carter Sunday.Mr. cons
and Mrs. Paul Fvlgo
and ehlldi'en( of Jacksonville
,and Mrs. P. L. Williamson and Shrimp l 1. 791tCOPELAND
son of Oreen Cove Springs kg.
vlsltrd Mr. and Mrs. Hardy
Padgett and children last
Franks .Pkn.39'TARNOW
Sunday afternoon. 12oz.
Mrs. Homer Padgett were In SLICEDBolognai2.cz v
Orange Park last Friday on 39' GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA 3 TO 4 LB. AVG.Stewing .

business.Mr.. and. Mrs. Irvel Crews 51 ea I LB 88 REG. 3911 SUNNYLAND, Pk9 SLI.; LIVER

and son of Baldwin visited:! Hens LB.1 '
Mrs. Crews Rrandpnrents. Mr. Cheese 29 l
and Mrs. Hardy Padgett and WeD BRAND SIRLOIN / -Ib. Pkg. 7 .

family Tuesday night RESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK

Colea Mrs.Che.TotalMosley!'ser of !MlddlPhurj and Mrs. 5 lea K. LB 98 F.Roast K Lb.39q

'visited Padgett their, recently.sister, Mrs. Jinni -

Mrs. Mary Carter of Mlddte- W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND i MORTON
'burif Is spending a few days Pillsbury REGULAR f/3911 THRIFTY MAID GREEN

with Carter Mr.and family.and Mrs.Both Robert Mrs. CINNAMON, 6 303 1.1
Roast Ll88* PIES Las
Cnrtrrs visited Mr. and Mrs. POT Cans .
)rudy Padgett and family .t'r r ROLLS REGULAR 39* DOLE PINEAPPLE

Thursday.Eldrldge Austin end Wilbur 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON GROUND 46-oz,
; Chicken Juice 4J $1
Padgett attended'! the drag Cans I 1.
j tares!! at Thunderbolt Hac1"Wav v: $11 95 PKG.19 Beef REGULAR 8911 DIXIE HOMES
I :, Jacksonville, Sunday Be LB. I
I Sfternoon. e. PKG. Turkey Tea '100-ct. 79x5r
Sunday dinner guests of Bags Pkg. .
Mrs. Iren" Padgett was her
imnther of Orlando, Mr. and THRIFTY MAID GRAPEFRUIT
Mi's. !Joe Padl tt end family 't;. 'QUANTITY RIGHTS.RESERVED-., PRICES GOOD THRU..FEBRUARY. 13TH FOR$1.00$ 46.oz.
WINN DI31a' a0R[ INC. -COPYRIGHT" -! 'J. 3 $1?
and.J ark<\ nv11l"West-berry.: QrlffU of J I C e Cons .

.. ""Mrs. Jinny PndTrft and son' REGULAR 2911 HUNTS
pmt the weekend! In Liwtey. 2 *,
1 '; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mo l:' ''s r Catsup 4 -, $1
. 'lrv/ of Jirk.sonvllle visited In T 11d DIXI .
Clay Hill( Sunday. ,,;.. \( Rio. 41.< Pillsbury Whit*, V.I.l "Doubt ,Dutch, Choc Fdg.REG. .
Bill Hall of Jacksonvlll- ( "

visited altrr'noon.Irene Padgett Monday .e w 0" ,Cake Mix 3 Pkgs. 89,

Mr. and Mrs.' Milton Hun r'ia CRACKIN' GOOD OLD FASHION
REG. J311.
and Mrs. Ella son of Carter Maxvlllc}list Sunday.visited, :> 1 Bread. 2Jtt WHEAT 19' > 3- 89x

j Mrs..' Bernlce: Coody and :, S (i] Loaf Cookies .

family of Oren Cove Swings :' REG. 2/29 DINNER

Mosley.visited_ night.hrr and sister family Mrs.last Evelyn Monday .. I. ;:_ Rolls 2 Pkgs.19'

Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Carter 6. .
Jmd! family of Orange. Park .' { yN
visited, In Clay Hill last Sun- \ .
afternoon "
*ffiv Bernlce Goody of.. Green. >J.:: >\\Sl CHASE
The Springs visited Mrs. Ella : REGULAR 87' & SANBORN

Carter last Sunday. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. J., W. Hlgdonof Chase
Lana Branch announce thWrth Sanbotm Coffee69
of a ctaniihtrr on February -
B In St. Vincent's Hospital. 'i: COM
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She Is the only daught.riirOthe
Hlgrlon family of four
1 bnvs. Congratulations! '.Y.t:. i
::;llECIPE FOR THE WEEK: ': Astor Coffee REG. 771LB < 59
Bacon Spoon DI'I'Rd-34! cups : I CAN ,
)JSprn meal, l'/i!! cups cold water -
2 cups shredded, sharp WI-ACHES' FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE U. S. NO.1.I YELLOW
pfvuddar cheese, %, cup soft

butter pr11c. or crushed margarine V4 teaspoon 2 cloves Juice 5 ::s; $1. Onions 539: /

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tilt. 1 rap milk, 5 well-beaten REGULAR 83 DETERGENT
W* n'k' '!4 ;pound sliced. bacon. MORTON FROZEN ALL FLCr. LARGE GREEN STALKS ,

a end|. pr-mMcd r ')n-r--, 4','stirr-boaten 1 i.\ drained Pies 2 Family 791 Celery 2 For yjcf

.. Size
CtfH whites. F b 5 8
Comblnc'l'11 GIANT PKG.Shrimp
j / meal and
Water) : cook and stir till\ consistency
.. of mush. Remove from
feat.! Add next four Ineredl- Mb. Pkg. 991 Peppers 5 For 39",
ents stir to melt I'hp m
; gradually add milk. Stir In GOLDEN IDAHO FROZEN FRENCH FRIED FRESH FIRM HEADS Arrow Detergent 48
egg; yolks; add bacon f reserving ;

r aired I some: fold for In garnish.egg whites If de Potatoes 2 r". 39 Cabbage Lb. 5;:

f-pour mixture Into greased
2;quart souffle dish or casser-
C ole. Bake at 325 degrees for 6S QUARTERS SUPERB RANDMargarine
1)0") iHlnutcs! or till done. Spoon REGULAR 6911 ,
Into warm dishes, top with
t !tter. Makes 6 servings./
5 l-LB. $1 Aero Shave 6-0z. 39,
..v. CHURCH OF non .
st. Clair St., Starke PKGS.EXTRA .
I. !S. HllllAmn Piutor REGULAR. 59. .
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Worship Services, 11 a. m. Alka-Seltzer LARGE 39
arid 7:30: p. m. Young People's -- ,
Meeting, 7:30: Wednesday. ct I dEXTR: IIE71C'9' '?A a

Prayer Meeting 7:30:: Friday. 'Jt...GREEN,,---STAMPS-- d'N...GREEN... --STAMPS .- --STAMPS-... REGULAR 691 .
.OUII ...... PROaNDL1 0"" ... PS.w 1.INcH. ALCOAMCAVV
'" ULvL 0 'u' t.AN 4T/ DUTTAluminum
"rustic Notebook (%.%0 .l : a: Corn Muffins.. Ground Beef. !r 4 .Foil I Listerine / 431
The.w" Telegraph. .000,.THIIU.......N Pl PU.. n'H r.i, OJO.O. .TNNY.0 NwMM.....I3TNT .. -- 0000...iMRYl4...W"N..... 13TH'.7 .

EXT''l.4.x EX.-rRA.. IE:4C'llr'ffdTr REGULAR 89* SHAMPOO

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ONl .NOZl" P. I L Head&Shoulders 541
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'DESTROYING 411 .owuo JONNON4t12 coo. Ou.a Li CANPPI." : ,
: Chocolate Cake 4R Pepper Steaks Marshmollow
.. 0000 .... 13TH.T .OOD TNNY .... 13Th
YOUR HOME? .000...THIIU..W'N'..Pn .13TH.u 4 LvV THRY__..,, 106 ......_..... LIER : REGULAR 60* .

FREE 11EXTRA EXTR1Ija.k :' EAtA.de :
dx I.,.GREEN. STAMPS ,,1 dk. GREEN_STAMPS .TA/OS Prell Shampoo Medium; 35,
., I INSPECTION POUR---PI.-' -P.S.J. .--.- I ON.. ..........0 ........ 111 ....
..."J.w.L .... 'u". .'U". SALAD,ANOON
t Jl J&iW I Chick. or.Turkey... ..\LAO.....TWO.o.......ou"c"oca ..u YAMl'.uP '.''..,..13Th
'(j. 6.4, I ooo...THRU.."'N'..!.. ISTH I.3 .00.....". ..... 13Thw..F I.. wwO....TNNY.....-.[..
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