Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01433
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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 18, 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: UF00027795:01433
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.Julian C. Yongs

O. of Fla. Library History ,

Gainesville Fla.



Three Big Days

Official County Publication Established It' 1S79STAKKK.

wrxrtnwv ElGJlTY.SIX. !\ KI.DRIttA Tln'RslI.:1) : \. I III. IIMi.1: I

For Incorporation ,. .. I, Job Corps Center i

Geneva's Bid I :


'o7 '. ; Northrop Files

Is OpposedA .1: ,


proposal for local legislation giving the citizens '

of Lake Geneva the right to hold a referendum on For Blanding Site'

whether or not to incorporate their community ran ..a

into opposition at a legislative hearing held in the

new Xeystone Heights city hall _Wednesday night. -
Wm. E. Baker uieiong # A Job ,
a Corp( Vocational Training
resident or Lake Geneva said County' Superintendent of to accommodate over 2,000) : renter dexigntd I velopment of curriculum for'< nuitieioti locul and ststewljeilvlc ,, tialnliiii centerCam. .
Public Instruction and ahidenU\ Annually on n 6-10 Ute renter and i would and biiHtne.< ,
the town was platted In 1904 an. serve ancoii.iiiUnnt groups" .) illiinriln" meets all
acre site at (
and had< grown in aloe until other request for a 11.500 Increase 'imp|) lilaiuiintr.: ) cast:\ of Stark, has been to Northrop, In Its! Nut h"II\1" |i 'oq"\'IIII\ t is one' criteria set by the Office Of .
there were now between 300 in the annual compensation n t proposed: ) to t the Office"" of Kfonomlc: Opportunity in operation< i of the iiiillon's li'Hdlnu (10-. 'I Frommile':( Opportunity, for Job

and 400 residents In the area. of Clay County courthouse ,11 1 f tit \Vaithingtoiu 1)). C. l by Northrop, Corporation. ) of Itmer- If approved by the Officeof : spur research and de-i i Coipn trulnliu. according to

Jle asked the Legislative delssatlon elected officials. : ly Hills Calif. Final lultlemliim. in the proposaltn Economic OPIUM Utility I l veloiMiii'iit) / '' (flnm It ptodurexji 1 I Northrop' offlcluls.&. Immedla*
-Sen. Charley E. Johnsof Proposed changes in tht rll 1 r filed Tuesday. whose evaliiatltiK tram. will I i iilriM-iift, tiilwlli-x. nt cerraft" I| te aviillublllty. suitability for

Starke. and Rep. Lout county' Toning regulationswere a The announcement wa' the/ aura. of 16 and 21. Thepinpcity now review! tin propa.sal. ) construction I and! ii'littisl, svulrmi: at plln- 'I econoiulcnl" ) future expansion!

Huntley of Orange Park-to alao presented. made yesterday' by N.JI'UlI'o; !! t was recently madu! of mihlern. functionit I I clpil,, iiollltles( In Moiltheil. and 1 ,pioxlmlty" to existing ed.
Washington office. I facilities for tin. center1 I Ciillfoinlii and ll.xtarhu.uttx., .
pus a local bill at the IMS l aviillat, for thlt purpose byi iiontlonnl Initltutlona and major
session authorizing referendum L. H. GibsonTo TheBlandInit' site wa i i the Floildit state Armory could< start In :May KiTordlim I I, The roiii|"any hat had ex-! metropolitan areas were

on the proposed Incorporation recommended bv the Bradford i l Hoard. which controls: the to Northrop officials I I tennlve exiNTlenco. lit entub- I among. the factor that weighed
County Development"' AuthorIty 1 niiinitliiH site Nor tin'op) Indicated that It'''1 INhliiii litrne-scali proMrunis to In Its favor. the announcement

Mrs. Emory (Beal! Cooper. Head and WAS Incoi'pointed a. Flnrlila State University's hiss, been ,iilveti, ltd full slip. tnilu employer. and nillltitiy" !mild.

a resident of Lake Geneva ,L' ..... t>,irt of Northrop' proposal!! to( 1 School 1 of Education headed port sand. (cooperation. of city.I I> peen"+llllrl In biislc and six,'ctl- Under the Northrop proposal

t voiced stron opposition to Rotary Club "" ,,-, establish a school to teach bv. Oi Mod L. Stone U pnrilrlpntlnu county slate and federal of- Ued skills related tn, Its produrls the center will rontaln a
Incorporation "at the presenltime" .'" electrical MM:! mcrlunlcnl, I| in the flelnN and that the propomilha ) '' Thi| exix-rlenre! H the complex of modern classroom.durmitory .
piopunal. The
and presented a petition L school H. (Larry supervisor) Clbaon., was county e- /jtt skills to young men" between. school e001015te. i i d In the. de- won endorsement by basis. or Us piuptwnl I for the I and. service build.
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which she saId containedthe ( Ines I"rillclin.I s .ar.t..rla In
signatures of more than leted' prartdmtt of the Stark i -..:.,- rI fh ntenp Vi h s ( t I onaifhcllltlr
jJ R m
Rotary Club at the annual I .....". School Assignment; : ;
100 freeholder In the Lake --- -- > (
Geneva area, opposing the lection of officer and directors Berry Quality alulp" 0 1= 1 \ '
opened: local bill. She said held Wedn...,.". Th new I Who's Got The Goat? 'I U.v..I"I f. 1U'sr..nD" '}1'' ,

"We are the freeholder*-th officers will begin their derma t Plan would stait In May of this
ones aho would have to pay' with the Brat meeting July T.....''* the. MK iiieoll
the taxes to support this new Director elected. In addition I then day"*. In an effort In tMN..I t regular utli-mln, all tlnbmeiiibfr ; would be accepted In

city government. to Gibson were. Ervln ,I who nil. a .inrll..g and full la make. up by the following PVbiuury IDiM and full enrollment

Baker pointed out that unless Andrews John R. Brabham. I We4lne. >......>.. ha+ e "...1, nature put| In is hat. Th."h..ky" On Civil I Prices Holding of 3.3,10: : would be reached : .

such legislation la passedat Randal Chltty. B. r. MlMll name drawn. mil has the honor of keeping. ; the gout, RightsAll by the following October,
the next session the town Jr. and O orf. Plre. Kurthrop 1111 M.
until the next nutting. rrrvldent' ntiford :MlUhell. ((1.0) 'ass. M I ;
mtaht forever lose its chanceto It was announced that! the i lurk The 'iiinllty|' ( or nmdfonli At penk enrollment the
with the
goat the flr t week heeaiiM. 'the memhee. "hi..e
Incorporate since Ule'l'1orIdll club: will elbrtad Its 2SUI pupil. in Ih'lItfo/'c I / County "HihooU' will bf a."- i (''omit.v Iniwbdrrle'* aurfornldiia 'I piotMueil center. would employ
League of Municipalities U Anniversary at the mawttivs i name MB drawn 'as..'. not nt the meeting. Rotary. HerrelaryJim siptned. for t the I'.Xl.Of) ( ) school term to the school they r In hunt v Samna over DIMweekvml a stuff of approximately", 400Irintrtutors

asking for a bill to prohibitany next Wednesday with Millard !, murders Itl'; the president. ninrnl, .ii|>|>ort. attend ) durinjr 19616hut(, : will hove the right to tint price.. hall. .. and supporting

community', within three Davidson, who wit Dtatrtct | request t trjinnfor Whit' 13111t> personnel'
I l I' | rca""licnniiMit! to II school>l of hl-. or stating avenue
miles of an Incorporated town Governor when the club was | Boys On Spree her choice, subject to fair consideration: without fur tlio week Home b.ril"4 Northrop emphatUed that
from b4'c0ml"Incorporated chartered aa guest ap.aker.l, surd raci. color, or creed! reto cull n. hlNli ax.. 14 HI |per flat, local! resources would be used
in the future. Lake Oenera U There will be pelal rcogni- Muniliy. In the greatest. extent possible.

almost adjacent to Keystone ion for paat prdnt and ; Steal Seven Cars (One Here) I adopted This Is by the essence the of llmdford a plan pertinent crlteilit without is. P Hln'. \\'". ".." would be affect harter: mambers. I of fiiiiillfled local rest-
and "
i Heights : County lltMrd of Public In- gad| to i I.a.recolor: or national. I i week. grower. have' said I.Km .
ed bv such legislation. Bill IImtUot Keyatone 1 ttrurtlan. In a special meetlnxl I i oilHln;' according. to the plan.'' 'r it flitti at tha market for a r* ,ilentl and pun-has tif supplies

Baker also presented a petition (eight* was the only uto- Then Ram Into Clay Sheaf f !lat Prld.iy mornitig, a* its, tarully IteasipimnlThe l turn of ".1110 1plast: l 9'rltatty from .area' businesses!!
"Te.ldenl.e"- own rUMor at the m..tWed..tay..nd I : outlined -
el nd I I The training program
by rails .
f move for compliant with tae i plan for sit lin i brought. h."YIII"y..l" l'inn l- 'Jr
necessarily freeholder! wit award*! I |' by Northrop cover a
jtot Civil Illshts Act of 10d4 mediate survey by! tile\ Heliool > fin. Ih. "week, "Wow. fists,
of tM area supporting the a quart of Bradford County Two 15-year-olJ escapeesfrom mobile and left for OreenCove The only exception to the I Hoard to determine /teacheraNlKtimeiH : V""I"I"l l< rfilnir. wss "series" 01foeatlun..1\ course,
trawbarrt** "by County Agrr for young men who have ben
proposed legislation.Rep. i a boy twining school They' were In SUrke reassignment pUn will b+ In ) bared upon such)I I Nps'clal"" | l Kurep IriMifM( ..,i| only U2 (fliit. which wilil, for of educational
that O. T unemployable
Huntley Hagrln \at Okeechol W Instances wh.* rilteiU a* : The Fluildai 1 ..... .. .. fIr f 13ml. leak .
: broke Into probably less than a half an ie' a pupil i rIVn.liers lly re if nl' '.1 l hy heir, aIriMlmimrk *ver rr<> and social dlsad-
and Senator Johns would take i J Dodda Auto Sales Monday hour IVputy Greco said I throuuli pi omul Ion, would! beauUneil KvHluatlon!: the NI&-' |, tlii. faiM..i.",| diicllon l l"gr ,, la nut Xinetml| tu get t tI

the proponed legislation undeT Forestry Group morning early and stole a I9S7 TIetwo are charged hereI I II to a school of liluliei tuiml Tvarheia Exauiliulluri.:: ; .N.n irrrt' I under.' way fur another. Ihraw'imimger vantages. curriculum will. Include
consideration and decide on t: Oldsmobile. arcordlni:! to I with breaking. and entering!' clawlfVatlon the (Cll'ad..1. flecord FKiiinlii I II wreks... arroning III mark./. The funcJ.inlt"I.1.lIbJ..t. .
it at a later date !Is Elected; I Deputy Sheriff Hobert Green with Intent to commit gtsnj'';, The plan wm. adopted tth-i I II .utliin and, by other eu..r. .. Trill ('",,"l j U such *
weld Merge Office. later In I J I out able tentluii and 'I&II""UulI a
I The two were Jailed larceny and with car theft a dUsrntlnu vote by "stint- Special Forces Civics sod relatedItiple ,
: .
C. H. H. ratroh. Keystone Hamilton Head 'Oreen Cove Springs after being They are presently in Jail /In I I! br attending th! mertlnn, In"lnlln"IHa" I preparation for .dvaiueinent -
City Councilman speaking for stopped at a road block Green Cove Bp-lnga They' Chairman U W starting' II i All faculty iiicinue>,ia will b. Will Train ,as to In electrical

the council requested that a Zedra W Hamilton ofli I'' set up by Clay County Sheriff had several sets of car keys I A. I.. lIOn. E. A H'PP. and |[ advised.. that, u"ljlllln"I.1111\ Council Hears .and l mechanical' courses I skill
local bill be enacted combining Brooker was elected chairman Jennings :Murrhre Their arrest ; from !>"dd'i on them when Rodney I P hall! Member A licit bt bitwl on race. ,eolor. c ui i At testing guidance.
the now elective offices: of of the Bradford County. For-" ended a two-dsy. spree. captured. but had thrown N' tlolllday war absent I nallotial oiUln. and that they. Blanding counseling Vocational, rerrratlonal, direction

City Taa Collector and City' /entry. Committee at a lunch during which tile boy stole! I j away the key to the01< According I to the plan. rash I will huve the. option to IIl'pl'l j Safety ReportA and social. adlmtment o.r.IllI'orl..I"d .
Tax Aaseaaor with the office will. be advised l- fur aMUiinifiit or r..IIII/IIII"1/ + trump Illnndlnff hus been
ton meeting In the Oarden seven car. committed three month they had stolen. 1.0-1 parent or guardian I, In the programHkllls ,
of City Clerk making the Restaurant Tuesday, Other break-ln., and rammd. Mur- | Sheriff Murrhee said that ha or she l mar submit I merit tu any m'!hind' facility.renardlesa < portions be held by one perfan. members of the committee are j' ihee'1 car twice during a high spotted the boys driving on a written application. to I of the prrtloiiiln I Ins "special, .. .lair. e* deserve. i.Mul'ii' safety survey' re which students will bat

who would be appointedby W. H. Maiwell. 8. L. Peek r..1| peed chase prior to bring RH-lfl and gave chase Ills' the r- hunt lloarl: requrslingi'.. i sake of any race I| Tr* III troplial t II nl.' -.iilln.pl. r pert bv the rlty *, Inmirsm-." stile to ..rrtlllr..1I1 ranlle
the Council. Haberstroh Harold Norman Charles Sawyer stopped at the road block car wa rammed on the right iI j p<*rr>iUlon to have the ilillilli ,' I II || In regard to iiDii-liiHtruc, I .'ill wurfiire. It was ..n linn '(', ., ,,Irt'i Ino cost rruitliv from appliance? repair, Industrial ,

said. thla would enable the H. A. Bishop Jr and E. fearing the liatnlng camp 1 i for I liildrenl I asuliined to any" linn II 1 employees, tin* plan full nrrl Vu .ad.rv >ItV I'lurll.,' iMllltnrv HIM Misrkr, t'injiii'll 'flies and. residential wiring
City to the who I Continued on Pa*. Two I : ,, lleml. dtv| fll"hl.1I li only twi through to" electronic draft-
pay person U Matthew. last the boy walkspproximatel. : "m hool farllitv "nulled to the state Hut It shall b* the Iiepiirlment. "
Friday II
held the appointive Job asalary Ht minor, riMuimnenditluiM" l brunt t lug and ele.'trlral. ) equipmenttroubleshnullnl
County' Ranger J. C. PrevattJr. Into Stark at y I level of I the child I policy of tile board nut t iii.irtrs| In Augustine
sufficient for a full Bill Epps'Executive U Now '' dutcrlinliiati a4aln. anyjeinpl.iyee II j t three blade, and repair
reported that the total< 5'30 Monday momma" after I I Witch requests must be Meillth !" IIUn.llriK M on* <> .
time Job at the City Hall. i' III'NX PS'lmrrn: ,*'nt !uf .a preset the. ISoithroi .announcementsaM
number of forest fires In the making their way north In a VP Of ,. the Office of HtllterlnUndent or up. ;lU-unt for( employinent stirs tlHKlgniilail by
which would be more eonvenl "\ sits l rlly orillimiu milting thCMlMflty > .
declined from n with tehlrles of Publlo Instiuitlon" liecaiisu of' rater llonrtl unrd; Hureit'l In -
county succession of stolen I
l<- for the public. At preaent. (30 t acres. burned In IMJ. to They drove a JIM Corval: |Community Bank bY 13: ,noon on April IS tjrt- color, or national. I I InKton' for r.nerv. trnlnlnK of ur>f (4tl>....ll. Chins t'TJ In addition, ., students will

the Tax Collector and Taa S4 fires with 1" 3 acres burned )Into. Bradford County bu' Ilnp': \ with the year IBltt Th.1} reiprct to tilling, prunhutlun.l]) 1.1| | | '"r...* In the !1.4'11' : : mllons, wn. the nuufrei | hav an oim...ilunHr to d-.
Aeswor do not maintain regular In 1M4 If* said that on after driving ail, rilght lo. Appointment of Bill aFppa School hoard shall render Hidecision transfer recruitment trcmtii-, .|.... of Kiierlll.i/ wirfiir. .minuend. hours at the City Hall factor contributing to the' control of the at AW..tm: formerly of the Florida ll cacti cs.e by .Tub' : l| atlnn rates of pityor oilier The ether ileslgnale.l. alte 'f' "Hi'k rubber pads; IIn support, skill. In clerical ..ndmotnt.n""f'I'

No one spoke In opposition good report last year was the Creek on U a car lot south! of, Dank at Btarke. a* executive 1 15 of each year starting with form of ciitnprniiatloii'i;i I are Camp. Vllllum' t'lih.' fur the brake. and el''ih," II "p 'il.il.. .. assignment .
to the proponed bill at the fact that rainfall in I Mi was Statke. wets forced W abandon vice president' of the Community ( 1041 i ii ', '.In I Merlin I'Unneil |, rrtlo trnlnlng1. ail l Camp. /of 11I'8' illy milk the other. 'rh. entire program la d. -
meeting Tuesday night. abnormally high, averaging I the when It wrecked State Bank ass announced i In making Its decisions/ the llefore the. start of the. IU'1.1I: I 1.lw..n.V.. Vii. for nmuntnlitrainlnic '" '(''lie, report" sir> slated' .. that. sinned, Id equip underprivileged
Drainage problems around tH3l Inches In the county car last week by Ben I' fl.-hool "Board shall <'onKier Ml Mhixil. ,..r..11 faculty: t this rll'A' asrs4* U too snial' youth for occupation
Little Keystone Lake crept In County rainfall for 1M3 They broke into Dodd by Charley K Johns thr best ,tIC.Wmltl! :: l Interests mrmbea will meet lolntly "for "...11_ UlrtiMlliiK .Ares n/mmnti/ In adequately" handle thi' In which critical shortage e..
to the
pointed/ out that this was smatter He also praised cooperation with a p4er of lumber toir Community State flank said' .pot't to school ant trsn1IOr-1 pUn explained/ and", to bet, Animal llf. enrountereil' by |i I lih-lea. a fact Of Which theroiimll expected. to Increase" In the
.. from)
of kevs
several .u :
between the City anal on the part of the public .* that Epp started Ms new tatinn faculties| and other made t aware of their duty col| t tIt troiir>. In Iroph-al .r"u.. ." hss .already tlr" year" to Coin.L'uncuirrrntly'.
possibly the State Road Department an Important factor In cutting .the office. and -took the OWaA -- ,,tn.I'In" on r..b I I\! rxrctltr In. profa,.lonal 1| \MiJ. fI.n.l Henry W ",..MII- 'luile' *nJ" l I' taking. steps" lo wllh the VOTBllunal -

and not subject to down the number of flrea. manner Una. drivers will he Ian. Th Adjutant I, of Florid. .... remedy training. aliKlenl will
local legislation.fUp Prevatt said that anyone 'CD Officials Report I Jointly assembled pilot" to aiil. 'In making the .annrrunre. I Utilities Huperlnlendent (1>ot participate. In varied rlvle and
local i thins sal'l' tlie ordin( <*,t4> at the center
Huntley reviewed needing assistance with con. HrptembcrWM\ to be inform went I i'-tt social. artlvltle*
legislation requested at pr led burning or fir line plow. n\\ .. to their re."'JI"IIIIII1", The I Initial I twii-weeli" I teem-1. limiting, .tr\ttr. \ gapaclly" toi I 1"hlportion of the program

vtooa meetings In Oreen Core Ine should call the Bradford. Civic orgsiilaatlons will also, |Ins p..rk,,1 l at CMmp. Hlrtti.linn j I i 31 gallons U being. entorredbrraua. will all graduate,' In adjustIn .
Springs and Orange Park. Union Control Unit at ***. Nuclear Fallout Slickers I be briefed on the. plan th.' .Will t.. enndurteil' In June by i| e several. I city employe/ *. : M the community en-

which Included suggested kftilation rni or contact: the area hoard declared I (the 2'Hh Upeelal, l...ier..>, !I have. Injured' tliemwlva hituniheavier vlronrnent In which they will

to set up minimum requirements ranger The board failed} U> take' ironp.. a II"II of I 1.211"( men In 1 I cans apply" their newly acquired -

for the office of Plans were made to have I! any action on a request. by P i six rompinles. Inrln.hng l-'lor- I I In other action' kill and knowledge.

quarterly meetings of the Woefully Inadequate[ Here J Novak manager'' of the 1 i iHtarkeIlradford I,trt. txMilalarui' ail l MlvaiMlp-. I I The rrein ll herd a ,.qll'| *' The. Northrop' proposal was }
committee CountyI I .I"- I j f br I. K WhIUIieail. for It developed. tf> achieve. the full 3 3OM

At Home I f Chamber of Commerce, th.t't There I I. .a r.....lhilllV. that ,' drslnai. ditch to boo dub> I". "- > of Job Corp training t

Shop Growers Set lade of adequate f'l,,''it irvJ in.teni: may have to taker ...1 I t I"( 'h., 'r-J.."pht>nt .V.'#'' I It endorse th proposed, I (other unit from over the n.1' .H-Mnl Minor throuth! prop onlectlve' It ass said j
shelter fortllti-a/ an made" .- of pernapa" IMXIO ref' 'g ',r. VI.r ,I ti highway fitrot Handing Vocations! Traliilns I i ifenter tutu will make, nan. of ..'. Northrop official point-! |
0.ned. by Ab l Resent t
Thi; Weekend Meet quat! warnJra: *y"*m arxl l See from Jad.n..I"" ; whi" ,' ni iM) fh" ,' and I ouly talk, under the Kci>noml Inr, for their twinweek ( sly vit that this combination of y
Friday ;pine rnrnmunlrt'on" svtri. .an a*.unid ta/ge* .. n..1r ur.rite' Otioortttnltle Art Novak said I 'ingperkel. t'.ln'l who U said to b* willing I"' voeallon" Instruction elY,",
:.1 lUG DAYS ,, i endorsement might "put I the grant an eaivnient" If the SIN and social experience! and J
A County .
program for tM-t for I Bradford ware Summing' up. Ma' ) M'irphv ?srn. 1 r.vealet' l l ''hJI' In-
WASHINGTON'SIHICTHDAY!\ ,,. rta III. production In Brad. brought: C ff light>< at a meeling: _lot. Your main prvihlem adequater.. "'n.n' taken !b o-lve'+a'd In Federal. better" piMitlon to fund re.\ 4.4 Inch Kamfallr I sill keep. up the dltrh Th. e.mp.lIkll surroundings I Isdealuned f
Import student -
ford County will b*> outlined ,cst county n'v and Civil' D.. her. la a lark of better! fjntrt to "I"> >" a mipfilv. of fart l I b<,ard agreed to have the to prepareeach"
( for the uhhols If the renter' Reported La.t Week J Ji sellassured.re.pnsthle .
to become *
a meeting' of grower In f fena* offk-lal. hool.1 Tuesdayntrht .e. In many. ra- v'"r and wal. ilurtngan.. ..ra....- i i matter Inv-tli4t l I by CMin'H.irvfrw .,
SALE r>r ugi new hr"II1.0 the and productive:
the Lawtey School I cafeteria .....t hop will be lo hg .1 hole ga e Y .post. .S...In..r..t theof I I
I MUrk area NO atlnn .. Ni ,fre) were r.p. rt.,1 Merrill/ MVlllUnIt cltlsen In his community
flar.ains GaloreIn PrVlay\ night at T:3O: o'ekx-k Tine MnMtio were ott.rJoeooot .- on Mrh. tad drive your. ear ....m...... 'last' f"'II *ttnHitrrlnarw ', week. !
taken was the
.Phil. Cronkhll. manager of ,i aa CI p.rau swl I bald aIreadmeaai over K, and ersrwl tasvl w fires eke city was ..... .. ,, ft U estimated that
1 Slarke StormFrU I member <,l the l board to makea by tli. rkirvis l lUrvUHlnro *
1M Stark Farmers. Markvt STEP 4 I operat ton !Bill Khli -r Hre4tor"n.- rut off t....,.. the onta,.k- .. Irne on the properly. of' I monthly payroll for the 440
motion Jn I there beenItvsi '
Sal t. Mow.Thk pro or eon r>"
rill ootltovs a proposal 1 for wblrh, pre cur...* that a state ty .......nt defense dlrertor world l 11oo kerptaaT' tile market In ofrr-.I.j of re.aiiwe ...... Wen ao- \ ..4d ttwt only two bulMtnaj. .. re..m m tinfcatsMM. February' 22 s* r.impwre.1 with four other tree on ally pro,)- .personnel si the center would
(lion for .. assay months .. I nounreH and list only 12 days sa ..,Ic. the. eourthnniMaa > were nutCeuretr
I tires and 12 1 a..rat 'burneddurtng < .rly to 'improve, the isnds.speA ( be In txces Of 1300.00(1or (
p0.atels dwrtngth* available to. for .l the norKks Hank .balM,. !I. Bank Holiday
yar. i are prepare ( D _,.., ,
'U > Cartflat .
tile l last .
, m p ru on J.tferison .
L Co trib t" parking p < than IJSOO.OOO) annually
Spar W, O. WhflU rktrt of j i.a sttek. .fart win ......... ir.*i t.... frt. mlA that uf more
> th 'I
snme The forum imtv, ..t.tlt 'Hick yes r .
l Weekly to Pvbiieu) Florida Farmer. Markets, will .hind- fttreel was also approved
Th i *r. In CO ', act prrstrthn..0(1" only two .Irflrlmi I I... will br .
ripf'f.olIn o< mark ail the rill""" M w** a wet week willl t *
, Community Event. 'by apret e.a a proposed pretnm .qiarter.*. was .tl.) ....<..>l by prlnwt ...*.... .have been" ,thrvrar. f.t_. "W* will. flank at .Ufa K. will.. rail be"" I\, .hwfcM of rein rranl4. al the. I II I fM Civil ff troM tArretorCarl Th Northrop Corporation,

ef lmpfwvem at tae mar.A.re. J J Jj Its J. Waiter MurfTArmy. tVA ItsNM.I IU said tin Men .MiMark !. get a nix radar' nat an at C IIheadquarters epee for 1 bu> na on Nnn.t.y I Iv. New' Hive tower. 4" nrk. al'rlirribsivl ', RberU on of (Ih. n..tl<>n'* largest all'.
f The CommunityState retbrdl JrrwHoe of the I* no .Reef _ell lo and if plait* goibrrwgh > .., f.: 0.1. w.....,.."'".. .. ant 31 ,inekw all|I Th council i| did ..iabllfh a i craft and electronic' manu-

Bank All vegetable. gr >ws. arcarg.j tlw North Dorfcfa, iMfena* ..>.. hear. fhr'"ig'hoiif she" r>fv I for ant f"m.rp.nrverrs' htrtk' ''lay. a '"gal' "VilMay'. inTs. Stints Iff The h.....vie l rain-. rOIl oed .In ""<. r...pet.t vfacturers. had sale. of ap.
to attend t.un.. .; | .area. who wsndn' thee .. ... I
? r e p willhave FV.r >U felt, arnk*fiie't" /.v .hen. 71n,i : .
meeting Usted
3D ..
and only min.it. -
I sad take part tm she. dioeuiu rot of *n rxtfrftnfy vriewa hat in an em.rgrnrrrnmm'ln.srYm : .oxlm..c..I, I3AO million trti
hit.' un'.t'/ 'ertrlr'r. JM irk.. prima ofn<>. will, IM. h.e ears maw.uv..I t .1' ..' n .. i
pion. expert. no (mit. hel',. : W.I b* IllY!; ,,:' 8 .... < .... fw. ,......1 l U-imt.*.i .?.....r : 1H4k !




\ Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mrs. Brownlee Circle I Madison Street I course contain a lecture per. |1 b1) progress! test the curb. The sheriff final;

Charles Sawyer and Mis. Jerome lod. This lecture will provide cj final test covering .the f stopped the* ,;boys but wilt

l Johns. attended the Free Hears Program EOn Baptist Youth BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES information which can be materials. he got 'out of his car to got( t

l lf Enterprise Workshop at the' Moral IssuesThe EntertainedThe grasped by the wide range of These factors will be weighed them they rammed hisa

f Southsida Woman's Club Jacksonville :jv student ability within the In the light of the student's again and sped off. liurrh-,

I Thursday. IMr | Brownlee Circle of the Madison Street Eapiist: : class. It also requires the student -; ability.. then had the road block fI

\ and Mm. Walter S. effort will be made up for them on Hlghwai 1
GLADYS MOOTY First Baptist Church met Church held a Sweetheart to take notes be attentive Every

Phone 964-0651& Vanderlip Jr. of Decatur G.i. Tuesday. Feb. 9, at the homeof I Banquet. last Friday! night: tr"I read assignments care- I on our part to ensure! the success : south of Green Cove.
Note the followin
I are guests this week of Mr. i, Mrs. Arlln McKnight with I the church annex for th i Editor's : ; fully, and plan the use of his of this program. Mr. Slsi '

and Mrs. Harry Mooty while Mrs Lloyd Jennings as cohostess. -, young people of the church I Is. the first of a regular! wrta time during class wUely. It is j i II trunk with his vast know- Car Wash Set
ar.klen Bradford Junior
Mr. Vamlerllp is commuting and their dates. alt by not expected that all studentswill ledge and capability in thk
Mrs. R,, O. Davis of Craw Ifordii.UIe I Sen. Charley E. Johns was I Jll.'h. School Principal Jin I
to Jacksonville on business A special /guest far( the I The banquet tables! wcrr work at the same level area will" make every effortto Saturday By
Ohio was I In Tallahassee Tuesday on 'I different facets o.
brother and sister-in-law. : 1 business.Mr. Mrs. Boubih Saxon and Mr.of'\, t meeting wa :Mm. Harry M I covered with white linen Temple the school on program In IrI1J but It is expected that all students conduct an Interesting clas. Auto Safety ClubA
| and Mrs. S. :M. Simmons ,Hatrher. president of the work as close to his or and make history come alive
Judge and Mrs. George Pat- i, and Mrs. T. R. Connell cloths and:! held nrranemcntif 7-9. (I
ten last/ week. ', :recently left for Chattanooga Richmond, Vs. are' upending j I, (Oenerol WMU of the church pint: roses and pink azaleas:\ her potential as possible. We ask you, the parents ol '

MJ.) and Mrs. J. W. Mcln- : 'Tcnn., where they will remain several days with Mrs. lice ,who gave an interesting import Also at intervals on the tablet With the beginning of the Perhaps the most difficult : the students In this expert-: I II by carwash the Automotive will be sponsored

Lash Jr and daughter of At- '; for some time, residing: at .ha Peaice. j on attending a program were pink candles In crysta [ spring semester we have thing about the program will 1 ment to help us help your]I chanlcs Safety Club of Me

Inuia. Oa. spent the weekend |j,: 1307 Adona Lane. The Con- Comer I'errymnn and son. of (that wax/ given at the New holder The walh of the hal. ta..h'd two new programs In be the grading of the students i child to help himself i i I II High School this Saturday Bradford

with Mrs. Alice McIntosh and 1 1 I nells recently sold their motel JnckHonvllle were visiting Bothd BuptUt Church Mon- were decorated In the Val"n the junior high Both of those who win: be participating. For .

family. i'I Whispering pines south i .Judge and Mrs. E. K: Perry- ,day night. Feb. 8. Mrs. Hat- tine motif and l Urge! red I are In the 8th grate and If this reason progress of the\Boys I Steal i iI !I to 4p.m. February.. 20. from 9 it m

Pvt. Jimmy Wiggins of Fort ', of Staike. I man last l'Iatul'IJiy."II' ,rher represented the general hearts sill pink streamer> they prove successful they student will be reported at 1
Banning, Oa. was home for I Miss Margaret Duncan IsI and Mrs. H. G. Jarrell i i WMU:\ in taking part In, this. fell from the light fixtures. 1 m.y Da Included In the 7th either satisfactory or unsatisfactory i t i iI Cars will be washed an

and daughter of Jacksonvlllo I II i community entitled enjoyed I grade! next during the first two Car Here polished at, the BHS Automotive
the weekend. I I visiting her cousin, Mrs! A. program Group; singing was year. I I I
Mr and Mrs. Mortis Wil- i, M. Hlackman In Jacksonville were Saturday visitors of Mr. "/\a Appeal for Korilpn! :MlnHlnns :during: the evening Dccom- I One of these programs centers grading periods. At die: end 'Shop in the real r

Hams and family of Sylvanla for several days. I and Mrs Ed! Prevail. ," on the theme "The panled! by Miss Martha Sclm- a.'Ound the Language: of the semester a letter grade ,: On Escape the gymnasium. A wash wi 1
I Sandra, nll 7Kl M had a Task of The Church." has will be awarded the basis cost f 1 and a polish Job t)
Oa were visiting her parents. Miss\ Sherry Bnfrwell; of Denver Primary er at the piano Dames: were Alt aria. Each: stuutnc on
Mi and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Colo it staying with her slumber party! for eight girlfriends Mrs/ Carl Roberts Sr. preI also played. a block, of time L11a load of the following: (Continued From Page One'aide 'i,

owe the weekend uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. last Friday night; fol-1 1 uontod the program, which was Among! the 50 attrtidlnr uurliig whlcn the !teacntiBtieiues at] dally work submitted. when he attempted tc Plastic Notebooks $!.20 a

Mr and Mrs.< Curtis Lee and Don Bagwell, temporarily and 1 lowing the Junior MYF hay 'tho 1 second part of a three. Wl'-" Rev and Mrs. Felder such things as grammar halt the car by forcing; it to The Telegraph.

son.; Jerry spent the weekend I Is attending BUS. ride.Among I pi't program on "Confronting Rcwan. I wilting, literature speU1114. -
the L
in Sebilns; visiting Mr. and Mr. and, Mrs. Hal Lowder of those attending Moral Issues." In char. of ref'eshmentwrre ', vocubuiary and other related -

M-.I John Mathis. ] Lexington, N. C. are in Starke "Daytona 500" auto races overtheM I After the business and pro- Mrs. Maria Selmrr, :l.rrs.1 materials. Inls area has

:\i and Mrs John Benny this week on business. and weekend were: Steve Denmark |i grunt meeting, the hostess J. T. Lawson. Mrs. C L. i been tor years one of tIll

S; ''II> art family of Daytona:' are vtHillng :Mr. and lira. J Rick Hood. Ken Thomas .I I' serves! refreshments carrying er, and Mrs. O. M. Martin. |I cinoalc trouble spots not only rJlJfif@Ga&il: :

Brarh;: '.\rrrvllMnjr: Mr. and I C. Sniindoi Mike Slstrunk ROnnie di.t the valentine, them. j j1n I our school but throughout

::- Mrs Girl PIIHJ on Saturday | Mr. and :MM. Eugene Toni Thomas, JoAnn Scott, George I The next meeting wl'l' beheld Retired Teachers >:! the nation Teat results show I
Seeley. Kay Halslop. Bob at the home of Mrs. Tyler '' tnat much work is needed in
r Mr. anIil"I : I.. N. PickerIng iff have !purchased the Klrten -
: of Sanford formrr Slarke i t> :Mnthews house In SaratogaHeights. Reaves.. Bunky Soto. Cliff I' Jones Of 3 Counties J<,i this !Area if we are to overcome ..

residents ,arc saving In the I Boone. and Faye Bagwell. Hold Meeting our diiiifuity. in Is A ". Friday
'' I Quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. will be po-I Saturday
gram D (3'
Hlldebran house nn N. Walnu' I :MayoRnndtl Chltty and : DKG MeetingIn I
Caldwell on Tuesday and detail In another '
: Street temporarily. | "Til Hurst attended the Flor At the request of 01'. A. R. more Monday
Wednesday were Mrs. R. A. Lake ButlerThe '' The second program in1volves I
Mrs. Hlldabelle B.WB tin Lermie of Municipalities Mead NRTA State Director '

: Mr* Nltn Downing of ,M"kionvllle ,heal meeting In Orlando Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Millard : and Mr. *. W. D. Stevens, District 'I large group teacning.
Blowers of Battle Creek Alpha Nu Chapter of All 8th "adstudents art.,
visitor \
were\ Tuesday I ,rout Stndny to Tuesday 8 Director of Florida: Retired 1- i
ditch, and Mri. Gertrude Delta Kappa Gamma international brought together in the audl'
: of :Mrs.' Etta Hoover. I :\1.l<'VVl'll.inn' Is a medical Teachers both of i '
I of Manchester.,: honor society for the 7th perlou LADIES & GlUtS
Mr\. and Mrs a. A Gay were I Stockinger Gainesville the !retired teachers I tQi-lam during
Trenton Friday to attend Mt.ctlt 1.1.llllhUIl\ General i Mich. On Monday Ralph women met Friday Feb. 12 and j., for American HUtory. MrWalter a
of Bradford.! Clay.
: the funeral of ]his broth- !It'< 11 tulMri I Tompion: of Jacksonville, whoIs in the community club houseat j;: Blstrunk and 8 student & GIRLS PANTIESSPORT
: Hurl' Denmark and i Union Counties held! a meetIng -
stationed In Iceland visited Lake Butler. assistant are in charg.
: cr-Jn-law, Bert Layfleld.. In the recreation hall of
r Ewell Lawson Jr. of the I daughter of Jacksonville: were Mr. and Mrs Caldwcll. The club house was attractively I or this experimental: situation. \WEAR\ Values
Cut the First Methodist Church i iI To 49c!
:Mrs. ,
Orlando Air-Force Base spent Browninglast Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode decorated In the Valentine The emphasis during the
I last
: Wednead.iyFrank I Thursday morning e22
the weekend with Mr. and and Billy Torode spent; the motif. Mrs. Marie WoocII'Y !- week. I American History Cuaat is on
Ileevpn( of Tampa I Values To $3.99 HATCHET PRICE
devotional and
Mrs! Lawson Sr. I weekend in the Scrub. gave Topics of Interest and concern ideas concepts and broad historical -
: Miss Ida Lou Plummer of was (in overnight guest. Sun. Mrs Lewis Robinson of Miss Kathryne Epperson Introduced j trends from the mid-
day' of Mr. and Mrs.\ Harold of the group In relation |'
: Apopka Is visiting Mrs. R. F the guest speaker die 1800's until the present.
: Macon. Ga. was visiting ner Godwin. The Godwins also to the State and National Retired i IIb
E.I I Demorest this week. Dr. CarmeUta Hutchinson of Due to the size of the class Ij--
r parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. -1.27
had an Sunday gueeta Mr. and of Teachers organizations ,
Gainesville formerly
The high school PTA finance )I
: Plummer, over the weekend.. | (11BOI a personal relationship .
:Mrs. Charles McQunig' and I were discussed.
> Brazil. DI' Hutchlnson spoke
Of committee and execu-i f with each student Is not posI -
Miss Sophia Nichols i
family of Wnyrron, Oa. I The group decided to or- j
"Tho Extended ofBrazil"
on Family
Hartsvllle. S. C. and Muss live board held a called meet-1 I sible However we have made
I : Mr. and Mrs. Hobble Shaper, ganlzo a trl-county association -
and displayed several
.. Peggy Pemble of Leesbur,. Ing at the home of the president I I officers | eiiery possible effort to compensate -
Mrs Jim Brown! Godwin, and and the following
beautiful Items of old Brazilian
missionaries Mrs. J. D. Warren Mon j for this limitation by
Southern Baptist I
: Mrs. Joe Clsny. visited Dun culture,, were elected! : President MI'I'I
day evening to make plans i
to Brazil were recent weekend I following:
L. II. Futch Bradford
tiny/ Tllley In St. Vincent's
for financing the new air conditioning A beautiful flower arrangement al I Assignment of student
gursts of Dr. Ruth Reynolds. ; ElvalSee. I
: HoHpltnl/ Sunday afternoon.Mr. ty; vice president, Mrs
unit in the school was presented to the asaUUnU to of 2530. ,
Drbra Furlong of /groups
/ Tlfton I
nnd Mrs W. A. Hart- Clay County: secretary. 1 BOYS
: Oa. spent the paRt week with library. speaker. Mrs George Anderson. Bradford ,i bl Discussion gioups with IE,'S
of Ga. Frl-
man Ulbnrn were Mrs F. F. Stump and Miss Refreshments were served i SWEATERSValues\
'' competent teachers once a
her "grandparents, Mr. and County: and treasurer Long Sleeve
tiny and Saturday guests of Lillian Stump spent Monday and the business meeting followed I
Mrs V. V. Har.en and Mr. and Union week.
Mrs. Soca Whltten ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews night with Mr. and Mrs. W, presided over by the ,I
: Mrs. J, W. Furlong I I County. I i cl I Outline of material' to be To SPORT SHIRTS
Walter L. Jennings, son of In I I
H. Thomson and family president. Mrs. Muriel Nor- I
Mi and Mrs. Mark N. Herr !:- i'I Plans arc now being made covered provided for each $.).9J!)
Dr. and :Mrs L. H. Jennings Monticello on Mrs. Thomson'sbirthday. i' man. 1
long of Jacksonville! were Sunday I of Starkc. WitS on the Dean's/ Members attending from for another meeting/ in the student. I Sizes 22
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I I I near future. [I I dl instruction on what to Hatchet Price S-M-I.' .
I List st Florida State University Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlxon Starke were Mrs. Norman. I study and how to study. i
F Herlong. I 2
: Robert Schroeder and W. y for the full trimester of Savannah Oa, were -1'UPs-1 Mrs. Edna hart Miss! Delia I II el I Question and answer period II.TcnJrI"HlCf

W. F. Cooley of Klngsley day oovel'nllhtluealll/: /: of \ Rosenberg Miss, Reba Starnes. I plovlded dully. ; 6
: Masterson of Clnclnatl.\ Ohiowere Lake Is confined In the St Joseph TIIK niOUT POINT for the'at' I
Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. HIxon. Mrs. Cleo Andrews Mrs Mona I\ f| Homework will be regularly 2.22
Honpttul In Atlanta. Gu. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Seller' Canova Mrs. Tommie Nolan. '
axilirnet This work
: and Mrs. W. Jf-Orahnm; you Vttte. and J Jiwrlrrt
following an automobile nccl- 1
Mrs.'Lex Oreen Jr. and children of Hot and Mrs. Sue Winkler.'Advance should not exceed 30 minutes
for Mr. Green dent, In thut city last week Springs, N. C. spent Fridayto your favorite ESTER- J' dally
: supjier Mr. and Mm T. D. Pass of '
Tuesday with their grandmother
on Feb. 1O with Mr. and / i Payments BKOOK fountain' TELE- Si) Use of all audio-visual
: R A. Green Jr. and MI'I I Cleveland' Go. spent last week I Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. I IMI'II. For Feed-Grain I I pen. equipment possible.It .

Guests to help celebrate the with Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd I RaVunna Orantham of I GKAPII. is necessary that the

: creation. i iMr PHHM./ Mr. and :Mrs.[ durance St. Cloud was the weekend I Program Signers j

: *. Mark Moody and Alias /I| I'am of Cocoa also visited the suet of Mr and Mrs. W. M

Vats family on Sunday. Smith Advance payments are available -
Barbara Yoder of Oreen Cove |
I Mr. and<1 Mr. H. O. flu tea again this year to
: Springs,* find Mrs. Pearl CojKOII ,- I I wets in I upon, Ma..". Feb. D 1965 Loan Rate growers signing up to participate
of.Biooker were weekend |' Inc
to' 10 to attend the funeral of /
the feed grain program S1HDE
: guests of Mrs. W. H. Hart and Shows Increase
I Mr.\ Bates' aunt Miss
Mrs. Edith Christiansen. Carolyn Clyde Cone, chairman I '
1''::. Bates Offers :
Over 64 LevelThe ASC County Committe, announced I ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.'P. McArthur, .
j Mrs. Steve Simmons of Miami yetterdav. Similar '

.-. quests of Pensncola of .Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Paul I, was weekend' guest of price of the 1005 crop payments were available under You The Widest Selection Of Ranges In The f 404/ /

Dr. and Mrs II. H. Adams. of flue-cured tobacco will bo the 1904( program.
: Faulkner
R. E. Firth and daughter.\ .\ Mrs. O. L. Beastey and. supported at an average of''i} According to the chaliman. Entire Area All Famous Name Brands -- Caloric OUR

: Diane were In Bt. Petersburg :Mrs. J. W. Klncald: attendedthe 57.7 cents per pound accord- j! the advance piyment represents

Gasparllla. festivities. in Ing to Emery Williams, chairman one-half of the estimated t-
.. and Hardwick All At
Tampa on Friday and Roper Tappan Special Prices '
: Saturday and vftlted the Tampa last week. of the Agricultural total diversion payment to

.. State Fair. |I RooMy. Struth of Atlanta and< Conservation I I be earned under the 19155 pro- '

: Mrs. K. a. Duncan w'sl' |' Oa, spent the weekend with State Committee The 19651tobacco I gram. The rest of the dlver- During ARE .

.. his !parents, Mr. n.nd11'11.:: loan program ands!I Mon payment and all of the s
Sunday overnight guest pf!
i! Merrill\ Struth. He was accompanied average loan levels wore announced | Ire-support payment earned I t
: Mrs T. D. Hay In Jackson
ville. homo by his sinter. by the U. S. Depart-\ under the program w 111 be IISHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SPiLt ER

I Miss ]Kathy Struth. who had I ment of Agriculture on February made next fall. t
2 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Blddle
been working In Atlanta for i 8. The 1965 loan rate for r Itllle.cul..d | The 1065 feed grain pro-

: and four daughters recently the past three months. tobacco rl'prpspntSIabout )j gram applies to corn In Bradford -

.. moved here from Palatka and 1 1 Charles Scott of Decatur, a one percent increase! ': County and a base Is

are residing at 608 N. Water I IKt G.,1, spent Friday to Jromlaj1 over the 1964 crop average\ established for earn farm

: Mr1.: Diddle Is manager ofj I!' with his brother-tn-law and l lose level I of 573: cents which wai producing feed THE CLASSIC It's Here! RANGE SEASON
bulk' Pl'l'\\
the Ralston
new Purina sinter Dr. and Mrs. O. L. poun:!.
,i grain In 1059 and or 1900. Dl- First Double-Decker
station In Stnrke.
: Haynes Jr. I The Increase In the 19S5 I I I version payment will be based By Hardwick ,

... .,. 111'11In'lle:: Carter !Sr loan rate Is due to the In- ,I on the percre rate which SPECIAL I !

= Jennie Fnulk, and Mr. unit I rieaie in the prices of goods :{ 1 applies to the grain diverted Range That Makes

Mrs. Maxio Carter Jr. and i and services which farmers' Minimum diversion under the .

r Win sons attended! the wedding< of | brought\ during I the calendar' i' program Is 20( per cent of the 4 "Good Sense!'

Jimmy Moore[ and Janet | years! I 11062.641: I compared li i ij I total feed grain bur: nuxlj i U : Qa c=ow

Stoughten at St. Johns PinkHuptUt I j I with the 1959 pi ice. Ai! PI'OI]j I mum diversion! 50 per cents ,. ., ........

: A Church on Sunday. Afternoon. vtded bY law. this Increase\ of the base or 25 acres If thisis _

I based on chances in the parity more J ae ..
r Index. of prices paid. Including .. .. .
Carlton Fuulk spent the Wlille participation in the \
Pile weekend' with Mr. and Mrs.\ T" Interest tax: and farm 1965 feed grain program It'' -

r R. Mattlls In Guineavllls wave rates. voluntary. Mr. Cone pointed 1 .

Local admittances to Bradford I i Under law, price support Is I' out. the price-support payments I Q\) ) e e
: Jnr mandatory on all kinds of tobicco
County HOllplt.l1th"- and loans, at well as -- -
| for which marketingI j jI the diversion ----- -
week Include; Robert Crawford payments wll'' -
KOCHCASH Mrs. Mncbcll Norman I quotas are In effect. Flue-cured I II be available only to growers Jk

and! Mrs. Connie T'ndgott of I| tobacco growers over- 'I II I who sign up and carry out

Lnwtpy. Mrs. Mabel Magyars\ I whelmlngly! approved the continuation !, the program's provisions.Sign -
of marketing quotas '
Mrs. nerta Mae, Wilson. Denver up for the program
for the 1943. 1963. and 1961
Uevrlck, Jlra.' "Florence started February\ 8 and will --
crops In a referendum held
Conner, Mrs\ Dorothy Bag continue through March 23 Hardwick Automatic
December 15. 1964.
A continuation
POT well. Hrendu" O.Jll Slstrunk ) First to sign up under the .
r quotas was approved
Mrs. Nina Rl1nIt're.1111.1111, 1965' Feed GraIn Program In ,
a by a 96.5 per cent of the
No PuzxhM.to Sulvo, Nothing R. Townte-nil O. Jay Underhill I''I growers in Bradford County was Russell -- GAS RANGE
voting the reteI'- I --
a to \\Yllo. No Stamp* to and :Mrs. Mary June Ak- endum. j I ILocal II. Green Jr. of Brooker. IIIr

r kick No Obligation Just ridge, all of Stnrk Sally I rates

a CV\>nte In ,Each; ,Week or Ann Spratllng of Keystone will by individual'grades '' fur final il!.<.tinner,. .tie .",.It ..d.t
r !Several' Times it Hay and Ot Heights; Mrs MInnie L. John.. I be announced at a'I tiilnlMirntnr' il,. Boni' nnn tin
later date. i i l. Your F1IKE "Canh Pot" of I .,.. ... : ::... ,---
Hampton; Sherry Lynn of Fred tnli*. (i .. .1 K. liru* _

: Tlckot.' Croft of Lake Butler: and .. ...... ertl. III** \ 138.9S1..1
la 'I' c. Jed.. Pool et A. J. Tlto"", ,,.
: Last Week's! Winner Pierce Crews of Ralford.Mr. Ilreaf.rd ....,. Ia.i.tN., 1 \ J Th.mwdmlnlnrrntor. _
\ and l>lmli .\ dr 1 ttonl
Mrs T. H. SIRlevlo.lted nnn rum'
: J. W. TODD .In. It* l-Xat. of Fred l-.il,. tr.lrtni*.'rtlnnn....> ..f .the .tiii..if CALORIC
Mexico 0.*.......il. e'rrd I'.ili, du-..rard.l
See This And Other Hardwick
Cash Pot NOW pulco.: Notlt-o (or Plllnr tvntlitn )i'.,, 2\1 4t 111
: to Kliml, l rum-hnrir. of Aclmlnlitmi .. I Designed To Satisfy All
Saturday i p> llxnt Non Punt T..'in Ranges In Our Show Room Cooking Demands Easy Terms
: $25.00Quality Cub Scout Dn three with mrntn Ann.all !
Mrs. Dolph Reddish Mrs.' I| TII All \\ hunt. II stay ,....n..rn
Notlr la hrrrhv .lv n Ih"l I lot
JnJ... ana quality Drew Keddlsh and :Nfrs. Ray linrilml, my final' r.mrn" .*, .S COOK HEAT
Frenrrfptlon' Service at mond Rhoden. den mothers ifelimnlttratnr,
: J KOCH DRUGS will visit the Cecil Kleld Naval f 'Pr' ".i nti'"iol Mnnrvo>. it.-..-uf.K_Ihi.. that>.ltii OFSTARKE
Have,, You tint Kx FilledKOCH'S Air Station next Wednesday have flied' niv petition fnr fleet I The Most Economical And Cleanest Way SLADE liAS

: AT afternoon. ilivchurit. end that I will apply C666otlUlB
'I. the llnnivrnhl. Thvr.in. A With
: Mrs. Birdie Clark of Starke Yawn. tSnmlytads.. if llr* FlltK IMCMVKRT Ia patient In Doctor' Ho ,pita f h".I, I County. Florid' .n ;MitrvliK. .
y I. J Ices itl, 10:011: ,.VKM-k \ M
I fin, ipprwul' ifIn, Mini tad -

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'THTHSDAT. FEB. 18, 198

,I: Woman's Club I Parties Given Mrs. L. M. Wilder! presidentof -.I 0
I tired because of and
It On Honor Roll the State Farm Club served health
t For Miss Ross.BrideEIt"ct as floor hostess. .' began _to {ravel, extensively. 1 1I
:ta For Activities The club house was attrac- They enjoyed auto trips into t ,
1_ __ I each of 50 states, and alno ..
The Starke Woman's Club Old Mexico and Cunailii. Until' i'
" CLADYS MOOTY\ 4I 4I i Miss : ,h Ross and liar the last
( I met at the club house last years: they took ; r
Wednesday afternoon with old Che.rj, '. be united In' a trip on their anniversary I w
Phone 964-0651 Mrs. Lester Crews, chairmanof marriage on "' turday' evening : each year visiting such tourist -

I I Youth Conservation. In Feb. 37 at a o'clock in spots an Cuba, Nassau Ja n

charge of the program. the First Baptist Church witha maica. Hatll, Old Mexico, the .
Mrs. J. A. Griffin presidedover reception! following In the Panama Canal Zone, and a .

f t the meeting and; Mrs. educational building. All : submarine trip from Key
sl +t J1 Gr W. B. Mundy gave the devotional I friends and relatives of the Weit

on family fellowshipand I couple are invited to attend .! The HUli have two childrena
: )
Two delightful! parties: have I
togetherness. J. .
.'; Mrs. C. son who la a real eatatebrolcf'l'
'e i red Houpt led the reading of the been held In the past work In Gainesville, and a

club creed with members giving for Miss Ro .. On Tuesday. -- daughter who liven In Madison

It the response. Feb. 9, the Home Economics t N. J.., where she Is a
11 Mrs. Griffin announced! that District Association met In I member of the State Boardof
the club had made the 100 I the Home Economics department TELEGRPII.'v. \V.lfnre.o'or .

I per cent Honor Roll In the of the P. K. Yonue [ several years af'er re

w.. State for Its participation in school In Gainesville for their .. tirement Mr. and Mrs. Hill
all projects of the Federation Elder-Brothers monthly meeting. At this time The resided in Starke and made

0I including local state and national Miss Ross was presented with many friend* here. They are
I levels. EngagementMr. two silver trays and other now living In Gainesville In

The executive board votedto gifts at the close of the meet : I .. : and order. to be near their son.
have the date of the MayDay and Mrs. Marlon L. ing. ( I
Breakfast moved to Elder announce the engagement The Community Clubhouseat / 1 ,
a'' I up !!
\ TilE RIGHT POINT lot the
Junior-Senior Club Members :of their daughter.
I the first Wednesday In May the State Prison was the : .. ,
-I Show Film In County Schools i In order that the Little Women's Kathy to Clayton Brothers. setting' for a lovely luncheon \ ,j l way yea. write. Come In and
I II senior members will be son of Mr. and Mrs. William honoring Miss Ross! on Feb. : .
M. Brothers" of Falrmount 'I select favorite ESTERDROOF. -
able to for the club. 10. Hostesses .
The Starke Woman's Club ganlzatlons serve were membersof "
I ,, throughout the !
I City Pa. Mr Brothers Is !in .
has shown a film state This is due to a conflict of the four Home Drmonnra-
|i Fountain Pen. TELE-
entitled'irhe the date of the anticipatedBUS the Navy and Is stationed at Clubs from Brooker
Luwtey. '
Friendly This important phase of Mayport Naval Station Jacksonville !! I for!I
public service In all school*, crime prevention Is being senior trip. Starke. and the State Farm. : : year, they re- I Cl It AIM.
white and colored. in the Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. gave ..
t|f worked on by a joint committee Wedding plans will be announced -
county as well AS civic organizations of senior and junior members out pamphlets on Communism :
and PTA's. ,I of the Women's Clubs of which she asked each member later. '
This film has attracted Starke. to study then report to PRICE! /
New OfficersOf .
the club house
much attention throughout I| Those on the committee for on Wednesday

the State as a warning/ showing! the film in Bradford when Mrs. Sanders will talk OES ChapterAre "RE
tal I I i the subject and
children on the subject | County schools are pictured'above on explainthe George Birthington'sfir.
child molestation. It '' I contents In connection Installed DOWN
was conceived !'I : (from left I Mrs. Charles
by Miss Anne Hutchins. I Sawyer. Mrs. Gene Shaw. I with The Freedom Award pro-
who carried gram. Stark Chapter 234. OES
out the
story Mrs. Jerome Johns. \
Mrs J
theme by of Mrs. Griffin announced art held open Installation Monday
use The
i A. Griffin Mrs. J. W.
film was so effective that It .| and Mrs A, J. Thomas.KIncaid.Jr. classes at the? high school evening In the chapter room ] !
has been endorsed by Wom- Also starting Thursday night for of the! Masoulj Hall.
en's Club's and PTA I on the committee were! anyone Interested to attend At the candlelight ceremony St....'. Fashion leaderFINAL WASHDAY
many or- Mrs\ A. N Holliday and Mrs.J .
Mrs. J. W. Klncald. Mrs. K. Mrs. Marjorie Drlggers of
D rkdnm.Birthday.
O. Duncan and Mra. E. L. Lake Butler grand Installing

!Matthews were appointed on officer Installed the following
First Baptist Party the nominating committee to officers: Cleo Harley. worthy

Young select officers for the coming matron. ; D. L. Rlgby. worthy
People For Kevin And Gladys Oclom. associate t.I t.
: patron;
Enjoy BanquetA Mary Anne Miller members' were Invitedto matron; J. L. Gentry, associate MERCHANDISE

attend the InternationalTea patron; Dorohty Al-

Sweetheart Banquet was Mrs John Miller entertainedat given by the Junior Wom- vanes, secretary.; Irma Buford.
held last Friday night In the a delightful birthday party an's Club on Wednesday treasurer: Mildred\ Woodburn. I Ladies Fall and Erie, So., Mon. February 79, 20, 22

recreation hall of the First Sunday afternoon at the homeof I afternoon Feb. 24, at the club conductress; WUlo Mae Putnam I Holiday'DRESSES'

Baptist Church for the young her parents. Mr. and Mrs. house. associate: conductress;

people of the church and E. L Matthews, for her son. Mrs. C A. Knight and Mrs. Louise Harden, marshal: '
their dates. Kevin who was three years I Klncald were put on a special Katherine Slngletary: Adah; THROW MEN'SSOCKS Men'M Long Sleeve
The theme for the banquet. old and daughter Mary Anne beautification committee to Ruth Lindes. Ruth; AllegraMcRse.

"Hitch Your Wagon to a' who was two :years old on beautify the parka projectof Esther; Eva Gentry I'1In\lll"\ nitmpH I n.t. viiPILLOWS Mutton Down Collar
Star" was carried out In Feb. 17. the beautification campal"n Martha; Llllle Morgan Eleo- T tidy of lovely HtylpM :>>

U-shaped table dl'corattons.j I A clown theme was carried for the city.- ta: Evelyn Hanev warder. A M 1 15, S to 20.' \11'10\ ; to Ileg. !19c 7{.>c to ft.OO SHIRTJAGS
Two styrofoam waons. laden out In the party decorations 1- It was announced that the Other officers tsklni! part
'with pink and white spring and refreshment table appointments Junior Woman's Club had I were Miss' Mary Laura Johnson I Y ill'Regular- :: ; : : ;

flowers centered the tables The table was taken over the renovation of grand Installing marshall bJJ1!) !)() to $13.00 I Now Now PRICE
and pink crepe paper stream- covered with a clown party I the sun parlor of the clubhouse ; Louise Latlmer grand ggc fiGc V2
en dotted with silver and blue cloth: with matching napkins. The Little Women planto Installing chaplain; and Irma

'stars, extended to several ele- {' Centering; the table were four redecorate the powder Williams grand Installing or- Final
rated silver stars from the single candle holders with tall room. ganist. .
length of the tables. At the I' pink candles and at each end !Mrs. Griffin asked that club Each new woman officer Clearance!

base of th stars were clusters was a decorated birthday members visit the kitchen and wearing a white formal. carried ItoyMI

of pink' and white camellias cake one with two candles see the Improvements made In a star of five point color I Sport Shirts
PInk and white camellias 'were' and the other with three the way of more cabinet space centered by. red rose, the .on ir .

also placed at intervals down candles. Silver trays held and repainting, also roll-away oPT flower of the year The SleeveOur

lengths of the tables, which party furors of horns with tables new men officers wore red $6.00 I II

carried out the color motif of streamers and paper' candy. A workshop conducted by boutonnslres. When Mr.. Hsr- I Reg. $1.98 "

.white, pink, and silver ..Itha.ccent.a cups with red candles! the Jacksonville Beach Wom Icy was presented in the East I ip $$1.00|

of blue. I Nine youngsters enjoyed the an's Club was held In January r she was given a bouquet Sizes 2-1K '
Gene Shaw served a* masterof i party with Kevin and Mary, when Sheriff Dale Carson of 12 red rosebuds by her secretary e y a

ceremonies and Introduced Anne. along with several of Jacksonville discussed the Mid Dorothy AlvaresMrs MUM make room for F r .r f

the! speaker Judge MarlonOoodlng. motherr Mrs Matthews- crime wave now existing. A Harley presented the the hundreds of NKU': Our Reg. 4 ., ,
Circuit: Judge of Du- sisted by her! daughter. Deny. workshop on Free Enterprise past matron's jewel to J B.elynHaney. ) IItESSESarriving; : : dully $2.981 for $$4.00 '
val.) County and Oerrl Moot, helped In I will be held Feb. 11 at the I D L. Rlgby presented /''" I M e

Group singing and several caring for the little guests Southslde Woman's Club. I ILsney. Dr. L. Rlgby presentedthe -
games were enjoyed by the 43 Also attending were Kevin's Mrs. E L Hardy announcedthat : past patron' jewel. to J
young people during the and the March meeting was | L. Gentry; and the "Vtdi r
Mary Anne's '
I great grandmother -
evening. I!I Mrs W E. Middleton. !, the month for prospective: 'j jmembers Jean Gentry" pin was presented -Cinderella"DRESSES Our ReK. $3.99Men's 2 for $$5.00

The kitchen committee was and great aunt Miss )bd,. to be introduced for I! to Mrs Harley by Eva 1 f

headed by Mrs Charles Hardy ,..rJddleton.I membership In April. Mrs Gentry
and the decorations committee I I I Tyler Jones finance chair The registration desk In the

was headed by Mrs L. O man urged each member to, foyer war graced with a For filrl Better Long Sleeve
, -PoIt----. WSCS EntertainsFor buy at least one box of the I handsome red and white floral
I Florida Scene cards ss this | arrangement. In the East was KflMy-rnr: cotton (that
PatientsOf wUl help on financing the remodeling a large fan-shaped' arrangement +
gets. "A" for Rood' look,..
CYF Sweetheart Nursing Home of the kitchen. of red roses and white r SHIRTS I

Mn. W. II NolJman Introduced ,I gladioli with a tall candelabra' 4 w
Banquet HeldThe entwined with holdIng Sires :.1 J I In I ItItfltuLir I v(
The Christian Social: Relations the guest speaker for greenery
Christian Youth Fellowship committee of the Mrs Inter crwho. was seven white. candles on .- >. Ilgndsutme" Seleo
held a Sweetheart Methodist. WSCS gave a 111 Prank Owlle,.. the county J I tIther side In the West was a $:J..99!)!) and I.VV n (lion of Fumou

Banquet Saturday evening In I'' Valentine party for patients recreation director talked on !' floral arrangement Identical I llrumN. Traditional

the First Christian Church I, of the Starke Nursing home youth activities and the Senior U> the one In the East On the (:' / Ivy with

fellowship hall which wa i on Sunday. afternoon. Citizens\ club He told of i I piano was a beautiful srraniement t tail.. Conventional
in'' the activities of all ate !I of red roses.. and while $3 00
gayly decorated In the Valentine The refreshment table : many ,'- ntyle.* with
motif groups such as sports, arts gladioli and the secretary's .
I the dining room of the home ; :2 pocket
The Uhsped banquet and craft also Teen-time on desk held a graceful bouquetof n
was ra. nod with a white '
Saturday. night and asked forvolunteers red roses. There were eight t4. I-I..XI.
tables were overlaid with linen cloth and centered with
t to assist. in projects j white csnldes In the North-
white linen cloths and down an arrangement of camellia
for youth Mr Owsley also west. FAMOUS BRAND SHIRTS Our Regular 17.914Men's !
the lengths were twisted red 1, Punch was served from a
dlMiiMed the playground bP- The refreshment table war and Roy's
and white crepe paper ..tN1UnI silver punch bowl and each
I six and covered' with Reg. I Each /Keif, f.VOO( ) Knelt
Ins built for Iota years j a white damask
era Interspersed i patient
with red val war given a red caimellla ,
enUnes. The! .walls of the hall I as a Valentine.The 1 under I cloth and centered with an JACKETSPRICE : ; 2 for $$5.00

were decorated with large red ,i committee: was composed -| Mtas. Lnulur Stern war Introduced arrangement of red csrnellui' 2F0$595 2 For $7-95
by Mrs Nollman and : flanked by candelabra on v
hearts decorated
with lace
paper of Mr and Mn L. A.
dollies and Valentines.Jimmy Davis Mr. and Mrs Jim j spnke briefly on the importance : either side holding red can
of cultural: training In dles. Reg. *".9.' And' I'p'
Douglas served as Rltch. J.rr..nd Mrs. Olen !
mule Sports are Importantto
master of ceremonies DannyCowen Oarrett. and Mrs. Jack Mines 7. V2 .
the war of life but not Senior Citizens
gave the welcome to more thin the appreciation of : 2 FOR t $ 10.00
the gins and Dorothy ) Plan
.U1Ifon.. Talent Show
good musk She then prevented
welcomed' the boys The Mrs. StricklandIs
a program of musk In,I?1 I
speaker for the evening wasi lumbers of the Bradford
HonoreeAt three categories A hymn duet Ladies DRESS HEELS
Leon Langston. minister! of County Senior Crflzens Club
: played by Carolyn Crews and
the WesUlde Christian Stork Shower e.lebr.tM> Valentine's 'Day at
WhJtehead, .
i I Pittl popular musle \ "Connie's"Variety
Church. OalnesvlIIe I their .
'> played by Marilyn Bollln- meetingn| the Rcrrea* III
The IS youth and adults attending Mrs Townsend' Strlrklsndwas gee and Romantic type andtlaaaical (ton Center on Feb. 9. .of Stylish. (Calf. Our
enjoyed singing av-; honored at. oVrUMful Chairman glocomtx, of the en '
eral played by Martha UelCul.ar $M. .!J songs. accompanied by' stork shower on Feb 2 11 1 given Bolllnier : talnmmt commute dUtrt-
Miss Elaine Colin.International i j by Mrs. Sammy Warren. Mr During the social hour, a 4 i bated. Valentine kits to be aaMmb a.

I Sidney Jackson and Miss: film. "fierknndiv StnOCfT.ah ." >*d by the members. A NOW $3.00

Tea Sally Sink at the home of the was. wft This film l is being i, game wj playwl. using the Men'. halter r
former at 313 Redgrave. street word valentine, and Mrs. tTv.-
I shown in the county: schools FLATS
Set By JuniorsThe An attractive blue and white ale Prweclt was the winner.
under sponsorship of the
I color motif was used* In the Woman' Club.Garden I I The m.mlM.'vd" < with r.- Dress Trousers FINAL $2.50

Junior Woman's Club I party decorations The refreshment fret the innooncmnt" by :

wDQ give an International Tea I I table was covered' ClubThe I R.er.ttion tXree/tor Frank CI.KAItAM'K: : : : Up

tat the club house Wednesday with a lace cloth over blue' I Owsley ht he war .leaving 111 "Huhbard"

afternoon reb 34. from threeto linen and centered with a tall: Starke flta/ke to go to a new recreation
Oar den
: Club
four o'clock honoring the stork. A garland of Ivy encircled will meet Monday night at Job In Palatka. Ke?. $:i,9/J/ to $10.95 Ijtdee. Fall and Holld4y 'Ladies WoolSKIRTS
foreign born. : the punch bowl At A sack lunch and talent
7:10: o'clock In the home of
Foreign! exhibits will be on points of Interest In the living Mrs. V V. Haxen with Mrs. eight .U planned for the next FINAL CLKAHANCK: HATSItejfuUr I
display: room were attractive artificial Edna WlDlsms co-hostess.. meeting' at 7:3O: p.m. Tsesday t
as ,
!.. .
The tea la under the Por- flower arrangements.Oames "' There win boo a program on I I KJ/ett .1.04 & 1.94( Slim Ullored with neat 2
i eLm Affairs 1 Department with were played during 'Arrsnging for Sharing" lined and
hip stitch
Mrs. D W WhlTfen In chance. 'I the evening and prises awarded Members are asked to bring Birth $5 00 JW-12 K
pleated ntyle* to I IKtegular
Honored guest. "13 be forelgners to the winners. flower arrangement. ),fr. and Mrs. Donald Welch Alteration. Free $1.00
In I this area and mem Twentt.o.u enjoyed ,I. of Lake Butler announce the ( 1.94 to 7.94
bers of the LJtUe Women and this delightful: affair betweenthe I birth of a daughter Zona Sue. ___ __
senior. clubs. hour Plastic WeteiMfc_ tU' at UwTCUCHATH. 011 Fwb. IS In
7:30; to nine o'clock. Bradford County
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First Stage Of :, -
I ,
NEWSGirls I Tot: Play Area

Ii: Completed r 1 w .' ,4 1.u1f SALECob's :

811..1f'lhlll1. Department &lej! OFFICE EQUIPMENT
The BaaltoUutwks won the .\
Basketball Tournament week the Spartans defeated -
Girls the Jayceo. 2.1-30. and of the first stage of Its
D)> defeating the Polulniakcra I new Tot Play Area designedfor
Rebels defeated Senior 4033.
19-1T The Allstara will play j I I .
of children six
one yours -
Schedule Feb. 18
: Thursday
,tin 7th Grade Team Friday '' Cols's HEAVY'DUTY' I
of and I MARVEL
at the ArmorySpartans vs ago younger. --- ---- --- I HEW< ELECTRONIC ,
Feb t9. in the Armory at 4l j i Seniors 7:30: p.m. Rebels vs. : Tho first unit con lgtH of an Future plans call for a flake that the older children I ADDING MACHINE

l I'.m. I Jaycecs 8:43: p.m adult park swing two youth small children slide a Cooperate by keeping out of I -- iy i

= The Girls Basketball< League Youth UuHketbull. c-halr swings, two glide swings: mail
has been fortunate to have The Midget and Junior and two belt nwlngii! The and three metal spring ani have a smaller brother, or ulster ; 4a

the following women as : League! Basketball teams canceled area U lorotcd behind the mals. playing thete.

:; roaches Shin year: Mrs. Lillle games scheduled for last new recreation: center and IS The Recreation Department M1.tba 4iW. /

Ann Johns and Mrs. GWen ,' Saturday but expert to be In completely: fenced In. r .>v

Moxley. roaches for the Brtskelhnwka full swing this Week.Mldgcl ....V77771177VYVYV'9e7VVV'HAMPTON. . . .. .. ....''Methodist' Church I .
Mrs. ; Tin paid' City ivftrvcii I the
; Imogene : / League: 'I
right in HI c*pt "r i .J..t any n" 1
Bryan and Mrs: Helen Cros- Schedule: Thursday Feb. Schedule for the week: : ,Mil", I I
by. coaches for the Polntmnk- : IS, 4 p.m.Register Oil vs. CITY& UN'>! HT.MlKi' I':. (Ultir| >/'
Friday Feb. 19 Cottage IIInrilll. :( Rd.yOrdsldl'iltll.l :: I
el'II. I Starke Hardware. Saturday Prayer Meeting at home ot! : ui.\\\uiiy/ '', err i
The Girls Basketball Feb. 20 9 a. m. Canova Sewell, 10 a.m. CI.I'IlK: I p
teams Mrs. D. E. Hill MM Carl ,
I' By 211/ 21 7'I 1 N0.TUOD.
Pharmacy' : vs. Southern Discount. I I r n
Churrh School
were entertained at a ham I' I hone IG8-11BU Sunday $149.00
0'a: m. Membership /51.1. full llll" 10 KEY MANUALFor
burger pnrty last Friday Junior League' : I Class 10 a. m. .Httnluil., \"hh\ will I"! r.-. red oastI
.? night at the Recreation Center Tuesday.. Feb 23. 4 IAAIAAAAAAAAAVAWA2 Training: by theI'lljr ,iMiincll ".f. the fit) COIL addition, lubtractfon Clllclli5tlnq. Total capacity
pm. --
I Morning Worship 11 a.m. An- nt Htfllki-, Ii.1.1! 1 Ii.''., HI the Ml)) I 9999999.99 both' poiitlve and negative. Keys
:. .Jln..f Chamber of Commerce vs Around To"'nJohn ; ;: : unll'T.0(1
+ : I I nun) Wesleyan Service Guild Mull In Htiirkc.' Flnrlilu." ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL(
I ol for Repeat and Non-add, Minus, Subtotal Total
Bradford Barber Shop. Parker used some o'i.I.'k l "I' M. "n Tiif iMyMiinli
,i the "chewed-up" debris from meeting In Mucclnny. :2 I p. m ::1".1. nil nt will.,'h tlm'nml ....- .bold by bathry.nel.Ile r (A.I:.) Keyboard Clear levtr. Two-color ribbon with tub
Snack Supper, for MY?. 6 p. pl.ico all lililn. M'i-lTi-tl, nil
the tree-tilmmlrur to fill hole:!! rtOTKRD IT A OENU1NE UCATHEK CAS8U tract items, negative totals and subtotals printingIn
r l 6:30 b pnlilli"')ly npen.d unit rend -
I In the dirt road alongside his!! I m. Youth 'Meetings p.m. loud mi tin fnU'jMlnirKiKiilur ( : a Dtctato la your oar, ten'* rhl fto"" r.0. ..J for rfkfaflon.. Raconfo Inh.r. r.i SaM 8" x i ll"__No. 436 $149.50
,Evening Worship\ 7:30. .
machine HuMolini upprnxliminlv r your Ideas v/Uta ash II wind pI.+....IeSId
I house. Their portable 1 Prayer,, view, and conhntne..
Monday' : -- Cottage in.non irnll'inH MUTt< Operate
I I makes short work of liaullniI at homo of :Mr. and gee Nnlln.. uilir'ixliilHt'l|" fy, U.IIOC< ( C Far: sale. mmofpftM. Your wcnfarfOitons .. Ih Error .. ,
Meeting Mutly phony *ra
I off limbs! moss like a klriK' I' ,,"11.."... Ahrixr. '|'iinntltlifor, uI t* ywr dl.*.aioiv( 1ft.a iyp. .! ... [I.
Mrs. Phil Cronkhlte 8pm. twlM- month ,period. automatically Dtclat at dam erIn
IFL0RIDATHEATRE slue garbage disposal, left Tuesday Executive Coml I II I Tin." "City .nf CtnrliH r.'Iire." we ip od. Oyilal playback.Keordt I
I when the branches are cut' i iiinv I year loft Eliminate costly itenao
w of VVSCS In UKrlichl to nnfiit or s .coinrwtatto BoA *
inlttee meeting j i sty pnan ]
.. down. Local citizens will l I Ladies Bible Classroom (nursery I II I'It0' heaters have
wood-burning provided) 9:30: 'a.m. Cottags llMvl'HIl' Itiluonln: ,
had a field day live oak I M.i rill IMwardK:. rilv clerk
Prayer Meeting at homeof 112t 2115
i 2
.. wood is hard to saw hard to
f>r. and. Mrs. R. S. Mulling,
burns long and hot'
chop but
I I In The "Clrnil Pearl llf
TIME In tho building line Doc 8 p.m. I lulilh:' .'."""nl I Irmllflorliln 'l'b"l
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY fencing 'ednesdnyCottl1gc Prayer InH4. .'", "" ( An-Tn'--
Shaefev has had new
at homo of Mr.( .. ........ _
6:45: P. M. Meeting "" "' l" STEEL STOBAGI CABINIT
constructed all around the I"". \... Il-I1i' : 'o
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:0(1: ( yard of Lillian's Beauty Shop: and Mrs Jerome Johns, 10 n. .immni" 11'.-..tt I'liilntirf THalph .. this full size cablMl b a fine ClddltTo"!

he's having the building next m. Regular Prayer Meeting T. On-i-n. Iti-rpniUnt, 3 to any office.Duit-proof heavy gaugeteel _
7:10:: :XOTICB; OK1 $1.11'Th. \
to the post office rejuvenated" : p.m.ThllrMday IIt Klurlila TIllilpli doors
KHitw protected by strong y
:: Friday Saturday Feb. 19 20 with new partitions and point Morning Fellowship I, 1* Urvrn. whii, """ ntnlflfni'. de 11 I
with locking
. gruup meets in Lai nml ud.lron I I., iinlinnniiYou 1< a two-way 31 DRAWER CABINET

": Show Time 4 P.M. Inside new doorsteps and tin dies Bible Classroom 9:30: a. are. hiriliv nnttflefl., that,or<' "Ice controlled by a paracentric leek. 3<50 Compartment Capacity. Will pay for tfwtf fttafegjarding
overhang outside in i t h.' .01'.1.0111'' In the' Kr
ri --- I front The Edward Saxons m. Cottage Prayer Meeting, at Mtl/ninio' lti' *>.n. I'lulnlirf vrr"illlnliih I i Easily anembted." high 36"wlJe, hardware tool, catolog, printed
-. f f fS. rock-fating their home ona home' of Mm L,. H. Flitch. 10 I T, Iii Cell. K"f'-nilHiit. ('II'IhrI'h "' I i'' 18W' d.ep. Four aduitabt[ .h.l.!.'.... matter, etc. Inside drawer sires 8H" wide, 2V

,= 11 iJJ. are do-lt-your-sclf: basis; at 11 m. Story Hour", 3:15: pm. No;" '1:I-;i-4iv''Hirt., M.IUKrnillnir oT Fir.,,:drurd In C'nlin: I Ma Green Othre Green Desert Sand high, 12" deep. Cabinet fret 30'4"! wide, 37V
I Chancel Choir! Rehearsal 7:30: tv ri'nliln..' \ In i huin'i-i'v, Irwlil. i I a' high, 12V deep. Heavy steel. Mist Grean. Ollv.
least the foundation's done so .,-Ii, von w'"I'<- pi.rn' ...iinll.vmrvil d'I y or Cote Grog___No.772 $59.00 Green, Desert Sand or Groy._ No. 3312 $49.9S
) : far. Mr DeWaters is re- 'p.m, with f".....". 'h". 't..'*".
"tf I If .AJdlllonol. ihtvecN.. ..noSH.71 .
.'f roofing his garage at their Fildny. Feb :24 Cottage """'....I..t l "." thit Hi" llnlntlf",, I wt Above cobtnvt each drawer equtpp d
I' .. l Meeting ut home of11' neck" than!..,. tin. HIM, rot cep! ... with: 2 ediuttable divider making 99eemaartitwnnj.
I home on Nttvatre Ave. J.. A.. Prayer iirutf "" ''I..nll"...-\ all tt .nil II"1i.llKT t sam.aabov.b.17b'klgt.of .......No. 33120 $19.00 .f
'COLU[ '""CTURfS e + l...59Addlttenol >>
and Mrs No.7i
: iH THREE STOOGES= aunt Williams Is still working on :\ George Muggins ,M'llrf night. In the nriKlriul : 1"ECONOMT"
'::"': ._ his alongside hl 8 p.m. << conipliilnt You... are hir- i ..,.. -.No. ..SHTha $.71 _
garage hv rmulrHfl. t.> file 1 your anii*"rlo ,
I home New flourcscent I th. ,rnmiiliilnl.' HH .", ,*n.I..II
= Plus DF.TIII'': IHITI3T miM Poor( Gar.-
lighting at the postofflce was!! with th.* rifrk nf I
.e5 t111'itcllSunday I Unit, lo HITVlu. copy| IhlTKof I'llIl.lll II Corrects Improper
-- I being Installed early this I I II \. Knight Attorney. rat,
week . bh's. Plechownkl "I'lnlntirf.. t' U.. Urawi-r. f' I OIf".Allnylo"b.arlng
School it) a. n.I.II I II _
I I I Hiarkf' Plorlrt, not later, limn I ry *. Fingertip
,- has been having painting doneon I :Mornl.g Service. 11 a. m. : V n nil I 16. lUll::;; "ihniwlH.' tin. a ;II1tm...,.51..1 band
W + f rr I her house on Division I Training; Union 6:30: p. mKvcnlnir ..IIt'llItl..r tin .nl.nded" l li
Y kt i ..ini' >liilnt will I Ion taken u* tonr.iiH'il back: vpport. Seats
I Street : Service 7'IOT: m .
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It', worth a walk, or a ride" Midweek Service. Wednesday' !L,.,. M.il.llnlidl. In 'Hi' neat. foal, 16W". 14'4"' 2 Yo".

I slowly 1 around town about ,I7 p.m.-Rev. W. L. Newman. \\x\rckl. '..11"-I ,of I the Bulltrouti No. 2809 I49.9S
I i 'nail,, T. .I..or..bWI'n..II1) |
and :
.rs I now to see the camellias I liiiiiil nod.11''I ..",1'
rrdbuds 111 bloom. Azaleas are' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: : I ..r fHM .rinirt. ill' Nlel i ili. .'1"r UPHOUtr.T COloti
tit r dlartlng. too and although Clll'KCII ,.I.., IttK. .Febluui-N. I" riV.As .. D'..... Ir..., Tea.
4 sa: tAa II. Walton Grady, Minister! (INN:41.1oclunlM tie.. sad Orgy
19a I'Hampton has nosaiden
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.w- .t I shows or festivals or such if I Sunday Sunday School.I fliTk it a1J I.\,.. ,illnbr'' fl f r dad ,AST ASTJ
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.ISUWAfS. I you look around you' 'it note 0.45: t. m. Morning Warship <.
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itiF e the redbud trees make a I 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship Tan ((11..mAg U T iC5 Mosftoatl.

BiUIUAMJTA11111CKFREFMIN ERItSDN'rMaCLlwUUrNU35 ttSa I splash or color at the Marvin I,3:30: p. m. Junior Choir 6 p.1 Th."Pin-

ncsDCOIIr; ( Williams' home the Christian m. Evening" Worship 7pm. i I Eliminate. fatlg_ Fin.,

Church at RalelKh Branneii's. TuI'RdyVomf'n, of the ""
I I COWERINC.Desk gertlp odjvttmen/ All

Also and the Marshall Matchett's.I Church general meeting 7:30p. : r 5ii5 ft f <4 i For/ ejrMMtfve who.. need nor lop tpoce.' oeneiw. IHCORATOt C010RA evicts bearing. Steel
Mrs Florrie! Belle Brown MmNlta m.Thursday. \
\&SSttttRls>*s&* sue eve.haej wO comfortably teat t S to 10 lot..W Or*.... Dmrt Sand", Sonerarew band back tupporfc On*
I Sat. and Sunday -- Feb. 20 21 Johnson, and Mm T. F. I ID.own !! Choir Practice( peo.
piece In color
Cote t
I all have outstanding 7:30 p1.> Heavy gauge ilaeL Unoleam/ covered topi. er Grey.UlNPIOOr *
: p. m. harmonize
Saturday( Showing, at 1012.2 I camellia bushes in bloom as ; Center drawer with lock and '.y. 72"w, 36"d. TOP with "Nauga

Sunday Showing at 1 and :3 well as many others in town. I I foIIItlIoIOS.: : : ; .\J:, I ...... _2iM. .2..... .,_$I.6"S' Ac.tlobl.wilt CJel.. Top byde"ended. foam wphoUlery.rubber'
take look! BAITIST CllCltm Na/9r. Iaok.tdarmorNolaa.r..a'
Come a ,.,.11.Ihy16axdraw.. 1B6.9J192.4S e
: All Tickets 50c The week marks 10 years I Smyinu Missionary I Baptist .. ..., 6 kr.ct- tlfiarrtt.'. d "Cr tounber. **ak l lCole's 1614"a14Y5x2%". '
>.j 13o0wdrib Nw2810RS$3.3s
Church located at 033 VV I
for me as Hampton news!! correspondent =
for the Bradford) I'ratt St.. Invite everyone to _
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NOW-THOSE 7 DWARFS WITH i County and too mlch Tell'I&'I'aph-Kood.of the time., bad I'm\ attend Sunday i the School following 10 Hervlcea a. m.I i, newsIn I L.4:

SNOW WHITE COME _TO LIFEr! I afraid Indifferent) If I were I'renchlng. 11 H m. each Sun- I Iclay. >.,. 1.

more ambitions! I might add'' F.nlnl'or"htp., 7 p.m. '

that I'm looking forward to i Prayer Meeting, 7:30: "m. each

'4D1Danv$ unothi. 10 years: but I hate Thursday nl/ht.-/ KlUer T. C. FUll SUSPENSION J HIES i:.

to think that far ahead. So I Williams pastor, .

meanwhile\ I will be writing focus 25% more filing capacity Smooth gliding, drawer*

the news this week and nextweek I'.M I: I'OII IIIIKPHllfl I roll quJfly. at the mere touch of f .
a Rnger. Easy to /
and the next and so on MflK will l hI' I r |Is itIn
FULL FEATUREI.n"CA..Y"n I I the "I'I 10' I'MIIIII,, 11| | "r Ih., .'U"I I Iqufpped with side lock and f .
LENGTH eomprmon guld rodi.
I I (Just don't add them up to 10 "f. :Stiirkv. Klorlilu, in ill,, "iitvHull -rrrerrr..el. I O4''p ...
years too fast'l'! -so keep .'In.', Mink, Kl'nlili' ,mini. .n* CMMkM Science Monitor Heavy gaug sf.,.f. Built to last' a Jifelim.. Mill Ce.'r". I !? t
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I HI I..k !I' M .n 1'1.0\(
r i writing me notes, telling meyour Minn. 2nd., 1''''',. in ahI.I" iim., I Qw Nnar> a.1tGI&aG211S& ODv Green Desert Sand, Sahara Brown or Gray. SOst
I I when I andphoning ,, ... I IIs. I II r
news see you. mid |pl.trs| nil 1.101.| | rnili il Mill' I
neon. enter* U/1apIal( ID .
pnhllrty ., '
it In;; I need, yourhelp | np.-nxl end I.dd TWO DRAWER..Defc .
4 Ion.I. i.n th. foll.sltlgl''nrnl"hlnw I Monitor\ tar e.. pertod chKked be rM8S" -
r and I thank you for the I .. .. .. .
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''' n l Se l\ 'in >Mtlinuiilr W<. M .-
k..15Iriole $- (U.S.reldslt *' encouragement and cooperation | |' nr I I.-IIMI i.. ..MI,".
oos I I.""ml". "f .iMil.olti. .... in ,I, .
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'0 aEagu you all have" given me \llltit-lN, d.-I1.I, | i I. ,NIu.: ,K, t 01 I YEAR $24 0..0.$12 Mw.14 28" 34' $47.93 $J3.IS ___ ._ +,
FaNtasyF4R over the years! iI |I I ("lot, 1 Kin, I D' aw:0i: .HIf I :702.18-tn1.rSA.,14i: ? 26" 17"" 43.73: 49.7 P.w -.'"

I I :202-1-letter Sue .. 14"'." 2'" 17" .'.7S 51,75 a --:: 15FI c
UUN I 1- 402-legal Si. .. ._ 17r. 2a" 2." 51.70 57.70' J/
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aNO HAWKS ONLY CHILDREN 50*: I serif City I THREE DRAWER..Counter H.'8203 -, i l:=. :zJI! f4 -i.. ....

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Tues.Feb.. 21, 22, 23 ,; .

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ROCk has Doris., ; where shE :; 24', 3S.7176.SJ n.oo<>> r 1 1" -i. I
,. .., him. 04-legal Size: ??... 1n." $2." :sr' ..60DRAWER. )l ;:)f' """ '4 ati'" : t r F +,va o1;

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CND Me NO .O\.1eRS !
: J/ Johns interlocks ln'o "malt'dpi. hen :?utber 3 s' .

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IItIRTllUlfiCHERProkIioI.a\JNNER\ :>>\ .".. Teci.icotor IEI: I Detert Sand, Saiaha. trowa, or t tx
about this question: Cola Cray. _.__ _
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Wed., Thurs., Fri. Feb. 24 25 26 ''*My boy damaged SINGLE nAY / 1"P ...., ..... '" \ \. l'_ _
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neighbor hoy'a/ e) !'Ilght.I ".. sr. r.eh.. e... nr.' ...".r.. \ .
Luckily I had a $10.000the 119 i.._._.. Sloe ,_ >>.40...' a 1It1. "-. ..." 2'" .14. J \ :...:i.OW. : ..
l'omprfhmo&iV'l" PerNotlaiI.lahiiily 1..0 ).gal..... 763._ i1o..h fjl NALN:3: VIE WfT1I Ikea fln1'I ...-\ ....., "' ........ c... ,.. .....t..:. ._.

A woman could d Policy the a- I -. .. -.t hi ...... L .
feel him TWO ..0. "'. ..... t- :
acrossa run TRAT TH'U' ""_

nut whatIf na !
room.YOUNGBLOOD. card wa* >.<... l.i. s.. _"_ .... 7.. s. j I. ... 1"- If. p..U., '
OFFSET il had been more? Can'a SIC i....p $>.ef J L...... ,n n f_ ..red dart. eaa9lk.

e C.IM. policy be' lncrail !.- 20 Led 5.43 J u 1&,.. 13t3 I n.3 D .Y-S'.->_._- e.COG. wv-.
1 PRINTING to 100.000 for just a .-* **< .* Utn ......

. .; :hw dollars more premium -
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1 All,. .the butter-tied,, at the b..t 1>> -.lIlnca novtl (net-scorched the J.t Stl! Charley E. Johns ,

%.: .- I BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH;! Agency I 'adford 6 County Telegraph

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Lose To Boltes 5765Caeers Kathy Myrick c uritrii' OF GUll \I.". KIIII in i>4ftt >nn. of Amnrfrttn. lfftrilitiititiite. ... ,
St. rialr St.. Starke .Purl. nil .niiiHtImve lII"t
, .. hl.h.r eulfvr oitiit<*ntA tll. 1
1 U S. WlilUmt. PoaturSunday >atirl) bliln. will li.. nki'ftlvedbv
|***r tfin l>y wrvlvAt. The t1"-
Wins Honors I lli.. Ittmrtl nf lUinil! 1"Yuai*.i. I .
Stop Palatka 55-46 For 7th Win < School. 10 a. rn.Worshtp . ciiv\ ..r r'larKi,, fi1i>rMii, ,l in.<* nuiiiltor of I I.;;. All nuiNt hid 1 prlvuM he a mlnlriuiit niu.-tItr
Services ll n tin* iui'l 1"1'1. j. iirtiri. 'intni ..
a m hift(>"| fin JurlciMiiivlll i "u.lu.1 *
In Two .
fields ko, h'luitilH.; "tll *. mi it ... .. ,
and 7,30 m Youn Pl'opl1tlIeeUnl. 111'1. plue frvivM l iie 'un*
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inck i 1' i" "" r snii.lav .
''r.t .illtiw mufhi '
7:30: Wrdnend.iy .. or 'I.ir"h \ I P I''n,; mu .
Playing one of their finest games( of the season Kathy Myrick. daughter ofMr. hi. \II\ tun. iinil. |ill.,; ml >>,l.I i Mill "oa rot i f Hun II I TriMi-
Prayc; Mcetlntr 7 30 FridayNolebnoh ,, .. I* i irtvrvce, th. rlnrltt, to nuoeBbi
To Host Ifil'IV 1 "I l Will' !>'' IHIlll \ i. i |
i drove BHS
Bradford's Tornado from
Saturday cngers behind and Mrs. Robert Myrli-k ,,nil. I.i "I I il ..|.1 I t-n- I It.. r,ii"I iv i i-J", ''I miv or all.. l.ld".
to beat Palatka 55-46 but slumped again Tues of Starke, la this year's!' Betty .Mil. ; n .ird
I rw.I\\ ,> IIIMIII, "h, M i 11'1.1\ nf i ,u.>l lll i Clarke Florida
day for three quarters aa-1 lost to Bolle* In Jackson Crock: llomomnltcr or''' Mi'r-III KdwnrdaM .
\li| ''<' i i "i. l\ I I '>' O tlI '
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ville 57-65.: District Cage Tomorrr '. for Uralfol'Coun.- at theTELEGKAFIi. > Murriti Ki-.wunln. Oily I
I II Xllll. 114 V-' J l>.1.>M>l ..
season "Reddish and McLeod were fuel .ill ti. 'm' ...1'1! 2/M
With a glnule regular ty High School She ncore<1 > \
just something; Reddish look highest horc. -------- ,
game to go the Tornadoes ed like the best boy around In written home- .;' -I. IIfli!! 4' ITERWILlEGAI
have won 7 and lost 12. Play Feb. 26 27 making examination taken I IDeo
here and Wayne (IMcLeodl 1 ':
Down 14-4 In the first peil- by D&2.704 Senior grlrl*
od against PaUtlta. the really got those rebounds: In the nation, and In now eligible
fighting Tornadoes fought oer than big boy. He even D.a.lford'j: Tornadixm will for Mat a anil l notional '

back to within striking distance went" up over the rim for host the! annual District! scholarship' award ranging ,

by halftlm: ?. 30-28 and one. the coach said estatlcal- Da ketball Tournament' with f"nl00:\ to ':).0110. I II
then zoomeJ ah.'ad in the ly as he recapped; the contest. eagers from Lake City. Live I :Mliis Myrick has alao ben I

third peiijj on the torrid "It looks like we're fixing Oak. and Macclenny participating notified\ that .ho In among

shooting of f jr a.d Oreg Rcddloh to start coming around" the : next Friday; and:: 8turday 14,0K nnallMa in the Nallon-

and the rebounding of coach added of Saturday !, February 36 and 37. al Merit' Scholarship, tjimliryInx -
Wayne Mcl eocl. They kept a night "''''e'.e had our bad Lake City's TU ra are nevdd t' Contest It-urn which 1,600

five or !six point lead. then nights but If we can Just first tram lit the tourney winner' will ho awarded MOTORS

in the fourth period on the keep going like we did Saturday the Tornacloea s second and I I I scholarships.. } to b. announced

spectacular bill handling and Live Oak and Marclt-nny in April! Tho flnnll -

dribbling exhibition of guard But It w.< another story about even. Winner of the :,i l"ta In t this competition represent

Emmett AlerllIe.Reddish !! I Tuesday night In Jacksonville. playoft111 go to th* RevlonAl : onhalf at on* par cent ,

tallied 26 bin The usually hustling Tornadoes Tournament March S nf members of the jrradiuittna,' <; j!

points to take hanors; 8 tur- didn't hustle for three There w 111 bo only three! I i clnaxes: In the nation'* high I i

day He put them in from quarters and by then It was xnmrs In th. tourney nextj| school It la twlleved 1 that : :

everywhere: makinn driving fimply too late. wrekend lnce there will\ be this Is. the Hrit ,time that'':

lay-ups and long shot from doing- Into the final period no consolation contest Saturday Bradford,/ HlKh School him had ',' r'jiG(

the left side and corner against Bollcs with a 17 point nljht: The Tornadoes: will /a nnnllsl |n th It t'OmUtl.n. !Ii
Coming fna a skit bed to deficit the Tonadoes: finally play HakiT County In the first
Hotli of themn' nwai-flfl' were |.
play after a bout with the came to life. They poured in ltsm Friday night Uh Lnke '
flu. Reddish mad* eluht of 28 points and pulled to within City and I4ve Ouk. vying In presented to MU* Myrickilnrlnjr :

nine field goal In the third two points. :93-57.: of the Jx the necond. The two wlnnei! the!> high! arhool SMiem-i I

period. putting on a truly team but foul trouble and a I will' piny for the championship bly program \'"'t'dllea.I..y. :1
pt-cUcuUr show for local couple of fast breakes were Saturday nltfhtI ,: W IT H

fans. enough to finish them off as I I Coacll Hob PUne'n: charge ,

McLeod and Aktldge! were time ran out have boaten each of Uie three FFA Judging

almost aa good. M"Lroj IUd "They loafed." Coach Paine I I teams except Lake City in the

IS point and 17 big rebounds SMld simply tourney at leiut once They Teams Compete' UJed ( S@ld
gainst Palatka's, tall 6-4 "} gruess It'. good tiling have .Rpllt n pair with their !' '! Aiiy ar

center. He. too. came from a they didn't win it or they'dthink opponent in the oixnlngBume. At Fair
sick bed to play the game.Akridge they would, loaf like :Macrlenny( wUmlnu by Tampa 'i

cam* In on the fourth that against everybody and two point*, 48-46. on their i
quarter to defeat a Palutk still win"But home court but loalng badly Plftv member of tlw Staikcami
preM and dr-bbl' t elides If they would have l-'urMard < 6
around Palatkt's double and payed! the first three quarters > ""lu"l"y lllght, Tlie Junior furuiurd art the Tonuulne aa ||I Lh_ Oak hiia notv! attended the Flol'htlatate '

triple team efforts to l IJlt the like they played the last fire acttrlng right of nine flrlil. gnal altmipt.* lit the. thirl |>eriml d>*n twice to the Thl'nll
ball one it wouldn't even have to put SlarUe iihr.ul fur the flnt llm. > In the. &"m'". ll" 60-43 In the .sea-v' >n'a opener enrli entered Ihestock

"It was a fine team effort been a contest." now ha, :'!. jxiliil, .* far Ihn -..... B.MIMUI "tnly tu furwanltt.ne .. In Stirka and 6:1-: 0 In Live and dnlry JuJitinit teams In 6:00: PJ. TIL?
The! Tornadoes had previously Oak, future Farmer content
-one of the \best we've had \\ M"I.| ...H| Mho hua ZOO.
beaten Holies in the local ', I.nke City manhandled Members! of tlio livestock.
this year.1 Coach Bob Paine :Milfoil, ulth 13 .pulnta llDoI l 17 n-txtunda. aiulltH said to his chargesAUTOf gym 53-43 The victory .. null i j Tornadoes SO-37 on the TlI Judulnii' U-nms wore: llntd- I
han..lln&.d ilrll'MIng ul-ui KIHM| out In"'" I
over Palatka was their first I irers'. home court January Ji ford Chapter Ilonnlu! Newman ,
after an initial loss In PnUt- I'alatkw win. i In the two teams only meetIng Vernon Knight, mid

t-AFF ka of 46-88. The Palatka win 12. Adrldge 10. Pass 3. and defeats. 39-3) to Palatka and to dnle Another one la Oieg Al.m-en: Hturke, Chapi 3& ( Used {[ors

nave the locals 4-3 Florida White 3, Jon Hornburklo hit 70-30 to Oollra Dale CroNby. scheduled here. Flldav nlwht'I i ter-- Wayne C1"In.fts.. Lntiuir
Star Conference record! and I Ia demons and Wutrrs.
20 for Bolles for the ..111"'" finally getting into action, I tomorrow 1 an.llt the' Torna- / Danny
chance to tie for the loop does Members\ of the dally "Judging
r hlih. while Turner McDonald amtlnst P.ilstka'. after reroverlna I I win they will He the '
lead if they beat Lake City Tlueni., for the Florid StarConference tennis' weie: Hrndford Chap-:
and Dave Frail!" had n from a broken wrist,
Friday I tomorrow I night herein ter--lluiirt Aldav.I lire, '
I lead '*
points earh.Bradford's wared 18 points avalnn Palatka
th! final regular season i i There le no conference tournnment IT and Ham 4 Id Rhodvn
B-squad: haJ: two -
game The Tigers have a :5-J scheduled( thla year Htaike. Clmptar Hay Williams To 5eltt From
conference mark and a comblnatlon 'I. | IWtl the loo;) champlnnahlp j John 0 Jorn. and Don
of low. by Lake
a "'11bP\ bvd on the team'* ton Di-Vnv
City and a win by the Tornadoes 3/3/ WoundcdsfO Dead By Guns rrvulnr aeanon pMyi February 21-37: ,H National .
would tie up; the conference i i iI ITA Week
ii nna the locnlrltaptert
lead In Florida In 796X Report Says Sel fEmployedI i plan a rmllo l'l'olll'umovrr '
The conference' championship i WPXK
I ; lu rrcomilllon otth I

WoutD you c.lne:." ylorN this in season regular Is being plsy and determined Olin accidents resulted fa'"total casualties. from U8J;:I; Farmers Reminded j Tho<* Oceanian. Visit Our Lot At Night /r
Cimptrr met t "lust.
My BR. "tc$ a loop toumsment "will not be 313 casualties during lOMf '0of I when 381 arrldents were re-1''To Report Income
WONT 1I0LDI plsyrd.Against. I which were fatal according I port>-l>runry IJ, and

Saturday to the official Firearm Casualty I marked Increasi..* from 19H1I:!I! John W tymnn, Jr.. HUI, elected KoiisJd WtiUchf*1 .. ... ...... .- -. _. .
We'll be glad to thn-k jour Palatka i( Report complied by the when J9'\ cssualtlrs occurred Security IMrlat In chaplain. to rcpl.ice the fo.In..r .ft i ., .. .,,.. .._ _._ .' ---7"." ."".".. '.' PWf:

horn, but we think if* hritto Reddish had 28 points for I manager who ... . . .
Florida Oame and Fresh Water : Practicing. quick draw resulted (iaineevlMe, retnlnd* nelfemployrd one < lutil tci drop ugrl- 'r. ;-. -' .- .... "!f.- ----.
ihxrk Jour ........_ li'" Starke. hla high for the seaaon. Fish Commission.Of ,, culture i iHull.1 <,. ..... ,, I __-_ : : -,. --A
In eight arcldent. Itusslin I'.rlllan that U .U time
nMtnbrr. the life )uu ..ae.may Method IS. Donald Falcon of for llie. > following ':
the 313: rssuAllirs. 81 for' to their record run-
roulette acrounted get together
Pass 5. > I IItO j
ox o'''n. 7. center O me tests
your and Bobby White 2, the accident. Involved hunt- three, and BH lIun" for four ; they CNJI flle\ their Inrume Douxliix were dUciiMcd, by.: Arthur IT'S ILLEGAL

Brave nharpahoollng ace crt with 3) of the htmte-t be- Target shoollntt on raniies ,in-1, tax return*, Mr 8|> PRESCOTTShell Manxum had 19 points i, inn youth* under 18 year* of !eluding: ikeet.. trap and rifle that farmer* muat Ale\ Income, Johnny OrlffU! Forrstry., ; '
had 11McLeod st.. SIX nf the. arrldrnts, occurred ranae resulted In no arcldrnts tax return* t>y K'f'b, IS, unleni Ronald Whlt.h..d. Haft-ty. ,
and center Shepard I arm Hubert ,
Service far the whilehunting drrr for I 1004 they have mailn. advance .pay1mvnta Htaillng, Ment |
SIO was Bolles high Tuesday two wrtll turkry hunting. 31 : The Oame. and Fresh Water of their tuxee unlngKomi Judo-Ing., ,, For Person
H. TKJMPLKK.: Tornadoes at Any Persons in
nlltht. Falcon had 14. Reddish: I,I, while huntltg small mm.*. It Fl'h Conimlwilon. srrve. ailenrlng J 1040RM. <- John".loii Odom on til 1I1'lO* Hiih-tlstiot.Ird H) '] while hunllim. animals other ( hotine.. for firearms A aclf-omplnynl farmer muetreport
I. .1' ihun a.me and three not safety litst'urtnra''' lark of ( hi* net Income If Itla FPA Conte.t which nlll he

Identified Seventeen of thehnnte.a training. In flirarm safety! Isa aa little a* $4OU up to a III held M.thPecan at, llradforil. Illah Hdiool Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
ln. rifles,
were u major c' uv of many' sccl- maximum of M.HOO/ and p yenrliil
I. III. shotgun*, two wore" clouts every year Tiie Com- aUrlly ta.. of 5 4 |"pr 4

? unit hindtruns. and one not mlMluit enroura.ri ail parents, cent on the amount If for Spray I
11 "MenUHefTh' lo requl.e: their ehHdren to I:, _urn* reaenn a farmer mifferea flic Name Is Registered
20 firearm He-
Cmunlty have proper Ilitsrm training lo.< In operating hta farm May HikejProductjon

, port indU-*t'-d' a decmue In before glvlnit them arceM U> |I far .. year, he ih. >ee not get

-- ... ,"in' any nwodlt on hla a."ctnl Read This Florida Law
curtly i cro'nt unlese he elol

':< conjcrntulatluns. to lhm The to report earning* ualng an I Inrr.......' production, for ,

7 1 event waa playeil at the. U1 1drn 1- optkinMl I metruxl Mr MpannLaii I Bradford COlin I y |I.*. ..n grove*

'Hill* Country Club andhe .l that the optional method seems In pro'. .|...tt with the In- Nit "afia.ll he nnl.iwful fur any perron' or person*. mi "t fle4en ........ ..
( re ., | aorlal, "cttrlty purpo.. laprovidxl go if* In btuJnexM ft* herein delln"d.! l under a flrtllloua name ju herein tie-1
rood mrrt( treatment nn goM spraying miutiinu thai
table. .rloth, Iteal ria.l .*'h. only for Mlfvmpioyrl .Is aaul Ui give .UH. per cent flned. without and unlea* Mild flclltloun ann.e hnU N ree1o4e-red. with th.

Vt (In'.III1I.t l l March farmer' *, It work In thla ( coverage wllli apray' .dralgrv clerk of the circuit court of the county where tho principal ptacv of bturfoeg*

I I*, m DeLand Plan now t* way A fiirmer. who hi agrrma I led to control IIIOIM. fungii'
In wltti nhall connlat of with tho clerk aforeraUd.
reg-Utratlnn flllnif affidavit
participate. 'lnn>me of !< to '1.OO I an l srab, an

Carolyn Raves may rrpurt two-third uf the I The henry rig In uw n..J l by 'I rittned by nil Inlerealed permmtatln( under oath the name* of

.*)*** If the grna* .Inromv -
Blue And Gold purl U oer ll.MiO." he may who alwt own.* a p.ran grove .r* t of each, and the fictitious name onder whl b aald biuUneM \. carrioJon.

Th* Ladle* Coif Aeanrlatlnnentrrtinert Scout Banquet rrfxtrt, nutlmuni of II.2OO of about. 4 finch
their "Sweeth n oulAt )I. too
for aortal aecurlty |>urp a nAme
art*' with a dinner partyUit Set Tuesday i I e*|>niilve lo purrh.... for u<.
I ThotatUy even'nj' ; The mtho>l .permits farm on ane |"r.,v,. urily to XlrInike their' Intention .lo reitlnter mild' flctllou( name al least onco a we k for fonr

iut ""UM was dernrated'" for AU Cab Heoul* of .Pk 70te /), ..T* to r.eeiv. credit record. on the and raoekU I I. mnklnjf It avullnbl", ((4)) ronoerutlve. wrrka In Homo newspaper aa .defined. by law In the county
with the Valentine of Tb Karlv: Churrbarvl | to other fMran jcrawvr* In th*
the orraeton >rlelr* ,
auep up Ihvlr account or per.h.pot et tout. where lIald l reidnlrutlon, l I.. lo be made, and mU roirfotrallon( ohall lUtt t b.
motif Thirty members other Int..t. l an<1 gaeata cnoyeU the affairCongralnfcatlnns are Invttol 'o attend! the (In..r...**r trt* In rreplH' hr Ihe rInk of tho circuit' court oirrpt upon rvcelvlnz proof of

'\ tn Homer annual ll'ne' and UoWl l HarvquctTnewiav monthly t>.i.,0te payable, even grovr* nt 4tx. or m..re, onJi doth publication.If .

Oertle Mrftae. Khlrtey Jnttrut.ami nkM. rel> :21 Herring though their NKT earning* <.. :i up |" II 2.1 ,fxrr I If"* In mntl
not amount to '.OfJ. Th> '
Intne er lota of 3 Lola Mrlntlrewinners of will hrgn' "I 4.8O pm. > CI" *
the Pro iJKly t Tournament laMwerh Hlarlie KUmentary' rafetrta amnarvl of earning. rr.ito th* heavy rlf \I. .Il.n.tv. I innujve in business under
a p*>ron'a iir..mnt la Imprirt you are engaged name
.1 t ,
DOES IT at Pin. Tre. In JatkaftA- an opvmle It I* notpntctlrnl

0: WHAT .| '.._I..J,....'.. .,.,,,. .... AI. ainre any henvftt to taring It In for
1JThne* phtylng In the RolfARmirvl '- hplp celen..l.. I''ie, blrfiday of pot fur .. certmla pvrhjrl. of year. 1! D..h.. other than have had this
in Ocula were. fjtllanBlho Hrmitlnr and I I. l 1..01100 .. If I he farmer auffererl. a .loanIn A your ,
I njitphate *
txipt epriy >
MEAN? |>. Uarvslen Wood. Rh1r'.1Qtm. '" ill th < Cub fcout '
l<-y *. Winnie'' Glenn avlCertM ir UU. are* farming operation In INI' al for mowe rrmtrnl. nnd nn
>M't... <;>rt> '' -ow r later and dH Ant uae the pt.tb in her I'.up. 'of t IB. optional reporting' ruwUwnl. he epry l, UIUK.| tar fungue ervlrab properly advertised and registered we will he
Sa,inr In Hy Th* 201 h Earn From and SIIII..y wa* runner tip tor r1a-'I- .... '""-k U.O al, I.... niay flle\, mmtrmlvl relern to Knperlment* are iwv* ,

A" The I ft . At Our Anticipated low paUl la her group Our Tn '.GRAru. report ..earning or anclal *+ tlng ma<] to* _. If the lwprefe )
1'er Annum. ,curtly. pu/poa** ..*lng thi (an ba .v/mbin...l t/i rto
Of I 11.1 all Information
Kate glad to give {to
metb '>'l. April 1.\. IMA. Hfmnnrmplia compute. >o.> In one eppllCation. you necessary as

r l Mt I* the iteadlme. Mr f Spanish
Moss! date to report earning* for .U mportexl Nl ronlrotof
and I t"I Kebraary t It U the deadline
should do.BRADFORD
Savings .
First -- -- 'Ute for riling farm in- mou(h4M> fun ipwyn,cue iMe .
*t mr 'aa return*, hAt repeated.nrr .
UE.\l'T1t'e''. BUT Loan Association (DEADLY) !U! Tre* ..v. >ul.f twa .V,." e

>t IIUI.|.M Utan fo..rhiring I.......
Let fa I'M' Your Tree* a ...IWMI for bel reeulta .- j COUNTY
Of Starke "' Of It Riorrr J"f'If'J)' .w oarar > M I.a l aeVII ,I Ial
ffiRg21ft ,_ write CMB> .h> aaulrtret .

North Temple Ate. :JIIII: Fla. Pelt Control f..erMe KJiTRRRK'WIK -
||| ," rewalalaj Peek Tr.f.r... TELEGRAPH
PIwIN 'fil.o .4'n\>v Stt E. Call" ,,.1.t94iS: GttAPU. ........ ...... U..U ,". \

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:o"nE! ; sn BRADFORD COflNTT TKT.KOnAPn. STARKF. FURm.4 TnrnSDAT. FEB. 18. 198S!

i In the pipes tunics and controlled. \ next thing you know they'llbe "rnrlalmcrl Property Art," no-
he laughed
strawberries ,, .
.-.. Using Hydroponics .--. li In, hnr l by Rlv-n that. the
pumps But to a peron wishing fluting the recent cold farming without sunshine.
: replied. "I already did that. ,I JJ"'I'KOflU I Itstt 4-I. lo..l"w Mp|>4ai. tO
perfect quality In \\hilt hi'gixws I I IMtli.. owners. or un-Ului
weather he used a small electric Now t need to grow some
1 he wouldn't have It any heater to keep the air sweet ones"Cocomise I poratttiHl. ... or IntMiiwtlttt. property
prenuned abandoned: ,0101--
He Farms But Without Soil I other way. At present he Is moving In his greenhouse.: The and his wife own I P'.NO'IK.: &"OMI. e1P.at.\1.1'N: \ni Ms u(IF r<> I (0001 TUIinan, Flora 1'., :Star he,

f' building a miniature systemto vines nearest the heater re- and operate the Bradford HHVKII: nv" F> 101 I IiifitriiiHtlon. .. .nr..rolnJr the)
show at the BiaJfjrJ "ft \'uo\.;u IMIOPIHTPumuant : \ '
dived: : some leaf damage, but Furniture Corporation factory i .inxiuiit ur d..llllI.. .n <>f tho
County Fair in April. are now producing a big volI I here. He leases his Palm ; ;JI7. to;Flotilla Hutlon, Htnlui t.1' :nt i fCliHptcr I Mkpurty und the immu. und ad-.
fly Sue t ronkhltcriimtm filed with gravel and water Another innovation I li pruning entitled .., I
I ume of tomatoe3. Cocomlsi I Beach farm and he and his 'Klortcla l>lHpuHltl>

: <: of t tar future might with tomato plants 10 feet v <' ;; -he prunes his tomato: : said he experimented with wife are both active !In the

I .well bi' dUll without benefit hlShl tv vines every Saturday. Tlu tomatoes strawberries and "grew some operation of the furniture factory -

ot ,,ill Out Si..i, ('( !men un inm Sound like something out of x'/ caning In now WL-im beautiful berries. They didn't He handles sales but PAINTING -

,'on midI' bi- raising their science fiction? It Isn't In planted In the middle of September have the flavor I wanted hasn't had to go on the road

,'J ult1- and vegetables! in vats fact It's not a new practice at and he 1m been harvesting though. I would have to ex- lately, which leaves him more Interior

; ripe;: tomatoes for about pet Imcnt with a formula until time for his hydroponics. His

nr ten days.Cocomlse the flavor came throughfor wife and daughter enjoy the Exterior
FEBRUARY t I aalij\ we ncel: note: me." roses from his greenhouse In
I people farnilivs: who know The minerals Cocomlse mix Starke. He' Is constantly experimenting -

what the>'to doing lie con rs not only controls the appearance I with formulaeand nmrfSTUIATBS; :

siders his plants n. bnb.rs of his gives more and more of

TIRE : When they are your'( seedlings pefrect fruits his time to hydroponics."I .

N they only get u half: a but also the taste.Sourness hYdroponicS-I like !It that war I'm a Joe Boyer"9694171

formula then the amount o. and farmer at heart," Cocomise
nutrient Is lncmi! '''d n', ln> ''
plants begin to h"iu( "It Is tin' determined by the formula said.Without soil-no less! The 411 I West Washington St.t
"" Asked If he could grow sour
.r3'. : I cycle of life," he; s.iss "The"
l't. U); +ari2l:;; ,
\ r ,
: k;-; plant> grown! from a sf -d ID) a -
'" .&iII'io 1' otA.: .
mature Irult-bp'u t'" .;wd-(
Hercules "100"Full men. This is the wIIIHI01" \ ,I

farming. to set lliliu:, //IJftd
1 11'ly. Nylon/ and with hydiopnnl-, "I'IIW'j: .. ) WJ.ZI ij

growth, and quality, '

8.9567osi 9.92 i axto u : ) Word. or tout" one time.If _n .9:1: Memorials. ItefmluUons. ,____.. 6c per weed j k

ki I not paid In advance__ 1.2.: (lands of Thanks, up to !50 wnnl'___ JJSO
.. ........ Irr_.
..., _
--w. Keyed' or Blind Ad"--" .._._____ 1.25Paehradditional
Over SO
word ___ _____ 5c wordDUplay
? -- per
: 6116x18IIIai iSlnrkTula' Joe. CiM-oiniM. .' pulls hark, ICIIVI-H" and,, \lnn to reveal, 1 214 I 1 l2 Wides Ii word over 20. ___ .0(1( ) ads )In Classified. ____l. .o per iitr*

'l, .. rloun. tniiinli. on ,pap, ,. plaint' In hlH hjilnipiinlrH. ... grenhi.>. 1 1IIASTINGS !
T'.... Tuba Type
Many. of the rank burs" urr I.\<-r 10 fret tall Custom ;MiidcFor i
Expert Recapping I : MATTKKSSj& :
Florida' Li> lug FOR SALE!: I
111.69 12-69 all. worms. We spray once a By GI nn IPUI Ready mix concrete, concrete ( UI'IIOI.STKHY: WOKKSTl

Hydroponics or the piactlrr I on a regular schedule ret: !More\ (Pee Wee) Crew block home piers sand cement Lemon St. Palatka

of growing things[ without soil. I same things; the soil YOU For Your $ $ $ Also Full JIM of mortar mix. root steel, Furniture Itenalred! ,

73or11 ROOI&nlll'I. I / according to Joe Cui-oinl.se.! of iriei: NEW TUCKS TRUCK lead The ClaMddedal T.ter shelf llmerock. roof (TphoNlerrd & Refinished

UI.kTllb"I0' Staike. In morn convrnli'iil!L. "We have to wash put'i No Salaried or ('"m- TRACTOR An SIZES IF YOUR NAME IS I' gravel, lintels. BRADFORD' :MATTUKSSES: : REnUILT

sa 'I'llhe.,.."" and Is fool-proof quality In- Kiiivcl every two years to missionrdItKADI.AKSEN Employees IVnnnylvaala & Dunlap FOUND AMONG THE I' Starke.ENOR. CO. Phone 884-2521,. New innersprings

Add $2.00( For WliitcwalU ,, surance. the loots and organic HARDY BROTHERS CLASSIFIED ADS. CAM _tfrhaPEY1O.N I and Box Springs
HAD I) Hi )) '
Cocomlse hat his own hy- out. Also sand which the f SALVAGE YARD AT THE TELEGRAPHOFFICE FLORIST Drop !'. A Card or Call

droponics plant, and rulst"- I blows !In And the unused 1.111Tn; WORK I_VJS. 301-Nort>_ FOR A FREFJ 119 8. THOMPSON ST. 1'.It.\TKA KA': S-9180 l

top quality vegetables/ fruits tilizer" TICKET TO THE FLORI.j PHONE 964-4131 MRS. PEGGY HIIAIXER
YOU Benefit IS t'RAN{":
and roses In his greenhouse! COI'omlllllaid/ the DA THEATRE. NIGIIT 964-3891 or 961-11)):!! 209 F Adkln. St.
light here in Stuikc tle variety of tomato has I DISTINCTIVE: FMWFRS: Starke. Agent
He began "foollnii around" grown on his Palm All Si/i-s on Ui-Itlay) : DOYI.F.': F.. CONNER BE SURE TO SEE World I We Wire Flowers Anywhere I

HERCULES "ROCKETS"First with hydroponics about eight/ farm for nine years and toI-10-12< Wiilcs INSURANCE AGENCY Book before buying any other tfchg BOBBY EIGO8 AUTO
years ago; and since then hit I Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne |I BODY !tF.PAtn.SAtTI'O
Line vines grow faster and lar 1 '/, Baths I trohR I 1
furnished first quality vegetables the stalk Is heavier and year local representative since I REGISTER NOW FORADULT PAINTINGFREE
anrl IifilesNew
Full 4 Ply Nylon for Ms table and 101'sale get more and heavier fruit I'.xinui 1956. P. O. Box 603, Phone EVENINO CLASSES ESTIMATES

i.in; TIMK HVAK\NTEK: AMTiriH Ilere, leg commercially.He them than from Insurance Problems? 964-3794: tfrhn Basle and high school refresher 1 411 8. Walnut St. Starke. Fla

am gunrantct4l> | HKuliixt all maul Kazan hue several do/on rosebushes I tomato plants. and Used Call The Man From ETHAN BAPP courses. Individualized I UrN:

I fur llfn. Itepni4'<'mcnt IH prorated ; In his greenhouse 111 He maintains that the I Keystone"George Instruction start at any time FOR SALT -4 Br., 3 full bath

lniM-tl on orlKlnul east. Starke and on his farm In ity and flavor Is better J-Yr.* financing; I availahle' BCIEJI."CEOeneral.. Physical $2 00 per course of 18 werks CO home; panelled den Z car

Palm Beach Is tho largest they will stand up ,I E. LaRue Biology Chemistry/ Wednes- ADULT students applyto carport; laundry room; chal.ilink

$16.98$18.371$19.46 hydroponics rose farm In the without refrigeration in list- Our Kmtal-l'ur- : I Keystone Height. days 7-9 p. m. Mr. Cowen. Principals o.rlce RJE fenced. back?yard; partially -
/fll'' United States. High School. White Adult stu
he! said It Is preferable chare Plan I'ayrot'iits 2tf'hll 1 / air conditioned. Attractive
HllK'UTiirH'li". Hla4k RliwkTnbetyp" The roses he prows in refrigerate them. "They I Under( Consultant "For All Your 21"1 dents apply to: the Adult Ed- price. Call 370-0938 Gaines
$:j() 1'i-r .Month
\ FOR RENT!: Two ucation
Office SE USO
.. Starke and in Palm Bench are Wing
Add. $::.111I l for HTidxll 1'lIhrlo' a better flavor Insurance Needs. ville. tfcnc'
\\loi"II.. :; KOO"I"( 71111.1., grown In concrete tanks, with The hydioponlcally block houses! on Laura St I'I Building rear 1 to 4 p. m I

out benefit of /sol). ltirti|> .rntlns; One furnished Eaoh $50 per daily or write to Adult Educa- MALE HELP WANTED: -Men
TRI-QUALITY RETREADS I The hydroponics system tomatoes/ run more consl. NOW-II (;rrat Viiiirlrun Inn. Co. mo. !in advance Hollls V. I' tion Drawer 100. Starke. Bust I! !in (rood health minimum education
to star! and "meat" all
utllUrs gravel, to hold Un are 'I 1 h., Traveler Inn. Co. Knight 131 W. Call Bt. tfchg ness foreign languages and ,' 8th grade age 21 to

White ML root system: and a water-nu way thioughCocomise i music enures. available. tfrhg Personnel Department -
APARTMENTS 59. Contact the
173-4692: : FURNISHED
$8.95 said roses are Tel Day I
trient mixture for nourishment Mobile Home SitesAVAILAIM.i I II I' '
or HI'OHTH all summer "The gravel : 473-4325 Nltes Light and water. Phone 964 i USED!' \rillNE !SALE' ( I'I at Sunland Training

((170x1.1 of the plants up to a temperature of : ; 8671 or 964-7271, Mrs. Bull- !Singer Portables. 19.95 I'p Center. P O Box 1150.
Blaitk 7.11; !> CARS: Nutrient solution farming Auto Fire Home BmlnruMonthly I I Gainesville, Florida Rtrha 3 IS
/iton. tfrhg
140 degrees at times .'r+ SINGER COMPANY 402: N
Trl-l{nllllty !KelremlH" lire 4)ii) riiliti-ci1' .' Cfiant-to-CnnNt: by all as It Is practiced by Cocomise moisture! III at the root!!." Full Lake I'risilegesllomeslcad : I'aymcr.t. Plan, Marlon St. Lake City Fla HUSSEY
works thli FOR" RENT!: 2 Bedroom Apartment I I ED
way: _
Aiilliorl/iMl( 'lrlt'iullly l>tler,, DlHpluylng thU Symbol. vailety. he has In his K\cmpt: 75 -4081 tfchg
All |>rlH |,IIIH tint and rt'rappahlx. tire, I The water with nutilrntsaddml house in Btarke Is a Financing I FOIl BALE. Good "business' I Furnished S07 I MATHEMATICS Arithmetic
is forced Into the tanks InBtarke. Center St. Inquire at 909 Center -
American Beauty red. and residential properties BUSINESS Subjects I TypingBookeeplng. :Mondays 7-9 p m. Mr Heath

PRESCOTT SHELL SERVICE by means of a pump through don't have. culls fn our Improved and unim St.. Mrs. Goldie Martin I Shorthand I Min -- RJE: Mrs Read USO
pIpes. A.S the water comes, In It They are all Just Lake[ Geneva proved. II V. Knight, P. O. tfchgELEMENTARY days Tuesdays Wednesdays Bid! rear 2tch3! 2'18'

llll: S. Ti-iiiil| and root system, and, as it returns I 1BaMcl I Education -
and! insecticides! much In Trailer Sales I Murray. Mr. Lawson ills!! FOR RENT Trailer spaces
IlK .I\K; ; rtlr.Kt'll\NT.S: OltKKN STAMPS I to the tank It tiikp.s In slime manner as soil I c. A. ROBERTS Tuesdays and Thurs-I Rosenberg_2tehg/ 2 18 with patio. Over night parking -
fresh/ oxygen fly .setting' con- days 7-9 p m. Mrs Royal- Westmoreland Trailer
I ers On Kmitn, 1 1110. One,, :Mllo Hf! I fo'OR SALE-! Fill dirt top soft. BUS "B"
trols, Copomlsp ureiiteH Ills I RJE; Mrs. Hopkins- FOR RENT--Spacious/ 2 bed Park Phone 949-2151!) or 949-
Cocomise doesn't H<->Htllllllll'lfllt. tractor work, new and used 3'18
Bid 2tch
plants three( times a dIY mitomatlcHlly room unfurnished duplex 3391:! tfchu"
mend! the hydroponics Open Sun K Flenings: ; butldlnx supplies. W. T. Jatk- furnished apartments NIC _

Take The DrudgeryOut He liiis mown' pole hrans as an economic; WilY of __. .1WACRR .1 i /son Building Material and 1Ia- 1401 E. Call Street I location. Reasonable W H FOR RENT Bachelor's .pt.t

lettuce, egg pl.inl: tnni.itnpH: InK. It costs/ quite a bit to .,-..IBI. hlnory Supply. Phone M44001. Three bedroom and two tile Nollman. Starke. Florida. Completely furnished Inc.

and other vegetables( thl, WilY ., ,...... .. '- I tfch* bath home large living room' tfchg utilities. only I $S0 per mo.
: .. ..,, ,... with kitchen and dining. uti-I'_
< I.A. I. Johnle Hanten. Starke. Fla.
Now he has u 1 l.iu'c: "cuip, of .. !
of Income Tax Time 2 BEDROOM -Nice, comfortable lity screen porch and patio. MRS MYRTLE PRIEST
tomatoes growing. and hlll'-1 house for rent. All Inside Central heat and attic fan. I Phone 468-1768 for appt

vcsts perfect quality tomatoes \ A( I ALTO\ ( SALliS\ S repainted. 6GS N. Clark St I Exclusive; residential section. 4 ROOM UNFURNISHED gee 4th 2 U
every 1 phone T T Long M4-mi high and dry corner lot with' HOUSE for rent. Tile bath FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished -
adds The hvdroponlo.illy "fown 2U-hi 3 '81 paved streets. Price and terms Varnished floors $50 per mo house 8S miles
tomatoc plants tenth( (lieimits/ "! '
GOOD CLEAN CARS reasonable. A..J. Thomas, i,Phone 9Hi.34mS/ _tfehg from Starke on state Prison
subtracts of 10 and! 12 fort llrrniisc' of FOR RENT Furnished 41 I
Realtor Tel P64-57BI. tfchg Road. J W Onsklns. phoneM41.M3
the roncpntratloti of nut 'lonts roam and bAth apartment 126 AMERICAN HistoryGovernment -

multiplies In the water leas ttnin one- 8. Water st. Phone 980-1 IBS. FOR SALE-with no closing' and other Social Studies _ItchyFOR

fifth of the spipp: i Is necrlod Itch cost. Cosy little home. All Tuesdays 7-9 p m. USO I SALE -14 ft. fiberglass

In his Rrcriihouse. mid on his ALL Conveniences. Now Is your Bldg rear Mr. Cantello. I Required ; rkl boat and heavy duty trailer -

FIRST fnrm only onrlIIUolI'l'/ | foot of C1.o. E-OUT First grade )pencils -! chance to own your home. W. ,i for OED diploma test I I2tehr $195 00. Call 954-6601. ext.
TIME EVER growing space per plnnt Is allowed 6c each: 70c doa; 14 H Nollman. tfchs 2 MAMBITIOCS '117J ItchyEVENINO

,. half grow Bradford County I
TeleHraph tf I INCOME: TAX MOTWRH: Claws!\ for adults
the whole niifiiillnn
An Electric \ MOTHERS. d3: you need extra I 18 and overt.
Adding Machinefor click Is a system with a tank, I I1 Complete Tax Service. see Diplomas
through I''OR SALE Six lots and Johnle Hansen -8 ml. Bo of'!' money to keep children In available: through county or
pump I l'ottRon/. Colley Road. school or college"1 Pleasant state Investigatenow
whll'hlolullolls conlatnlnanutrients I Starke on U. 8. 301 Phone programs
/ I Rlaike.: Also five room house for profitable. put time employ- Adult Education Office
468-17811. appt.
less than $$100SmithCorona reel river, Is bed areutetl gravel, through out of I Best Deal Anywhere\ : on one acre Hcndersonvllle' ?: m<-rnr lilt' ment will do It. Write Oulda ( rear USO Bid* dally 8:31): a.
Such M C .1 T Oulnlev 2trh 21CUASSOM Sweat. POBox 540. LiveOak m Int: IP pm'I au-hg 218
which the plants mow( National Manufacturing! Flu
gravel Is used quite a bit around i Across From foal Fair I evening 1 begin I I Chemical Co. has openings for!' FOR RENT FURNISHED -

here In driveways\ :23nrl:! '''b. $3 00 fee )per course. 2 route sales personnel l. and I! ALL TYPES of saws and Modern 2 bedroom house In

Cocomlse has added Innva- I .120 South Walnut St. Enroll: now Adult Education I t territory manager, Guaranteed -'' saw blades sharpened Also good neighborhood Contact

/ tlons. /such as a valve which I Office Rear I usa Bid*.1 1 salary plus commission. lawn mowers, One day service I Mrs Rrnn r. 383 W Wash-

controls the level of solution 2tf'hll amM I Pick up and deliver Calvin melon. Bt Itchy:
Ala have opening for full orpart
3'p lit the amount tanks of When water the has correct entered i\ow\ 0 \ urn) It I N time! men or women John. phone \P64-1441. tfeha OLD FASHION BED-

thn gravel bod the I :, Ill! Write Fuller Brush Co. OtU, WANT TO BUY -used Spinetpiano ROOM suite- Dresner n nit,.
and Phone 969.1361ORANGE5 WFIL-KETT: HOME IN NICE E. Brown p. O. Box 11. East Phone H4.4t33 ltch dresser wardirrtv. box sprintsand '
switch turns It off opens
Lake. Weir FU tfcng ,'
fjr the valve which allows the I SECTION About 4 Acres$22.1)00 I COMPLETE BEDROOM mattress $(5. Double,

solution to flow b ick Into the +' :! Colonial styling and FOR SALE-Collie pups. AKC SUrI'Ebookcase bed dresser. sinks from $5 Bt to $14 "
; -;" -:- '-:: 't_ feature 9 rooms with 3 baths. I Refrigerators $75 to $30 Frn-
underground tank j ssss1sss1s la lVIMBBIjssBsiHlll l Hl H H llHDDss V l1silVs 4lsiV I I registered. Champion chest, box springs and
Minerals! and salts arc" dissolved 4 bedroom 11 closets 20 ft. J E. Hitchcock, State mattress $75 00 Sectional sofa foils Bargain Center I fonn.lY ..:--
living room. 16 ft. kitchen gas I Finr'sl. Up
Additions Ralford. Fla.
in the water ,;. Prison solid foam rubber $3500 Reupholstered -
heat phone hardwood floors :3tehg. 225
are made to the /solution Bahama bed
fireplaceelectric pump. IS FOR RC"T4 room furnish
about titer: times a \neck and story barn and yard \Is chain ,. NEEDED!: : AT ONCE-Full or $25 00 FenneU's Bargain Crater rd apartment" Private entrance -
the water is changed: about formerly 1 Forr'nl. Hrrta
I 234: W. Lafayette Stttrhg
link fenced Purchase price part time man or woman tot)
very 30 daysElements
Cocomise uses in I And here is .set at only $23.000 serve Watkins cuatomers In FOR RENT- Store buildtn. :
I Good : Starke. Good Income. No Investment -
his formula Include potash!! I termsNO. furnished apartment and FOR R :NT-2 bedroom furnished -
:, n. : Set your own hours. small furnished hou.11. at
nitrate calcium maanrsinmphosphate house on Klrurslejr
boron manganese GRBPEfRUirNtiture'H LOTS OF ROOM -for the I Write C. R. Ruble Dept. F2. 321 N Temple Ave P!\one Lake Connecting garage pl-r

FIGUREMATIC copper, sine. cobalt and Iron growing family 3 Lots-i bedrooms .' P. O. Box No. 2447. Memphis 969-2901\ _tfchg and boat house Available FH" >
( 2' 2 21
TVnn 2tp
On some days more or less of Natural 1 gas. one Blk i 15 to June 1 Phone 944-4201
the! elements: are used by the to town Center Only $6600 i ART Beginning and Advanced tftrucENOIJSH
11\11\ trade for small.er If so are you satisfied _
:' plants depending on weather! (lest! Or owner I Thursdays 7-9 p. m. BItS "C"I ? Would you like to makea -
.50 C notice grammar compo
conditionsThe :Medicine For Bid,. Mrs. John Haney change Are below 0\'
I you lion. UMenlng spettirui Thursdays -
concrete troughs< "! filled
2l 18
with (travel are three feet Prevention of STROtT RE\I.TY 2tehr i $7.00000 bracket Would :you 7-9 p m. USO But

S89 wide and 10 Inches deep (Cold. nnd FluDOZEN 3 5 2117: N. Temple Are.II' FOR SALE-Perfection' Kerosene like to have a higher income1World's rear Mrs TrmwU-k. iteht 318

Wires are extended to beamsin ( S. 3011 heater stand tanks andpipes. Largest Organization
FOR RIYT-i lot 2 bedroomtrailers.
!in It field\ has opening on It's
Phone 1-rUt: 5 old $3) 00.
the top of Coc;>mUe's ',I Phone 783-336O ltch sale force for men and women ., Can be moved on
greenhouse: 'for the tomatoesto
lot Call M4-1651! !
Plan. Tax as field rt>pt"t' I'nUtlYh" lathe your own
climb In places the to-
up MUSIC I Ot-nem) A "must"for FOR SALE1964 Chevrolet. following counties! Brad- 2trh 225

Adds:, 7 Column:*\ Totals 8 to 999,999.99SEE !>> mi toes are much higher than choir members. Mondays Take up payments. Phone ford. Al.& hu.. Dixie\ and Columbia ,.
tin eight-foot trellises FOR SALE Portable electric
J 1 Dowling'sPRODUCE 7-9 p. m BUS Music Room. I 533-2972 ltplAMERICANISM I Contact Marvin KoJb.
There are no root dH- II i awing machine: Phone > Mr Muihewi 2tf'hr 318 I, 3T2-O4M. Gainesville for appointment -
/IT NOW sates Cocomlit .aid 'We! vs. COmmunIsm I Itohrr: IMS lUrrig
sterilize the bed every fall [with Economics! Mondays _

with formaldehyde When the! WANTED' RIDERS to Oalne, 7-' p. m. BIN -XT Bid*. FOR SALE 1943 Chevrolet! WHAT-A-BUROER wJl l be

Bradford County Telegraph vines are up off the ground MARKET\' t< rill dally leaving between 1\j Mr. Slstrunk. t Required for sedan. SN Winum: S.k-ox. I rinsed for ore meek JtirtlnjT :

loops'' uraveil w are not and a a m Oil M4-4M3 hlrh school diploma I mile east at St.irltion mad Thuncfar: d... t.1 bu'I.:1.: U
Imthcrcil" h ti bur ami J. -:. --- ,
mm Itch Itch 318 16 I l-.p I *'XA>. i'.
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FEB. IS... _!It"," BRADFORD roriVTT TRLKnn.tlMf.: STAKKK. F7.RllAvvvnvv..vvv.v.vvVV .____ ___,_.
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doctor on Monday. We wish spent Sunday with Mr. and
Cathy a speedy recovery, and Mrs. Buford Hlgginbotham.I
MAXVILLEBy all the community on the sick Mrs. Schmell and daughters u ,af GOES
list this week.:: were able to attend Sunday
David Jones stationed a- School and Church with themon
Mrs A. C. Slade board a Navy Destroyer at Sunday also. I {
Phone 289-4491 Mayport. spent the weekend Neon Burney of Starke' f 1 r '
...................AAA here with Mr. and Mrs. Jos-, visited Friday night with Mr "
eph Lucas and family. I and Mrs. Claude Oreen. Monday
[Held Ovrr From Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinsonand visitors of Mr. and Mrs :: 7 w PRICESI;
Due To Slcknem.lSmpriae ] daughter of Late City I Oreen were J., C. Cunningham
Ilirthday SupperA spent the weekend here with! of Jacksonville. I
surprise birthday supper Mrs. Dorothy Waters and I Patty English. granddaughter -
was given Saturday night by Roger. of Mr. and Mrs. Buford::
Miss Gail l McLung at the Friends of James Norman Illgginbotham. spent Sunday Starke Merchants Take/ The Axe To Prices-- I
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
will be interested to know he I night and Monday in Jack- I
IQujk: ] Wellhausen in honor was able to return to his sonville with her aunt and And Left This
Right ---During City-Wide Sale!
of Henry Wellhausen. I home In Highland after bring uncle. Mr. and Mrs. LyleSchmell ,
Enjoying the occasion: with confined: to a Gainesville hospital and daughters.Mrs. Their j
Call Elmer Nothing Escapes Free-Swing Price Chop
and Henry were Mr. and with an eye Injury. Higginbothamof ,
Mrs. Bob McLung Mr. and: Mrs. Albert Oliver was able Lawtey spent :Monday herewith
Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen and to leave Duval Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Buford ping Operation --- Never Did You Sec Such I.'"

son. Oary. and "Mr. and Mrs.L. In Jacksonville where she wasa I HtgKlnbotham and grandchil
E. Wellhausen. patient for several dren. Deep Cut ---- ,,,,,
Church News and is staying at the 'l'ek"l Mr. nad Mrs. B. F." Coleman
Rev. Taggart of Mlddleburg her daughter and and daughter moved Saturdayto '
and former pastor of Maxvllle Mr. and Mrs. 'lIon-ln.law'l their new' home in Sherwood '1lNQUAl1TYI'
Baptist Church conducted Mrs. Jerry : Forest. They have been r r BIG DAYS1nOW
services Sunday night at the daughter left making their home here with x _
church. fornia where she will Join her I I Mrs. F B. Colt-man. / PR\\'
The Young Men's Class husband stationed there with NEW; ARRIVAL ,- %
started work thU week to enlarge 'the U. S. Navy. The Scheckles' I Mr and Mrs. JV Bud I I IHlgdon >< Friday
the Sunday School Nurs- have been occupying: the D. B are receiving congratulations T
ery at the church. Qrtffls house here for some. on the birth of their Saturday
Both the Young Ladies and time.Mr. first daughter. Rita Louise, THIS VARIETY OF BARGAINS IS JUST A SAMPLE -
Men's Class held a meeting and Mrs. Amos Lee Monday Feb 8, at St. Vincent's Monday
last Friday night at the home moved last week from their Hospital in Jackson ,
of the pastor. Rev and Mrs. Yellowwater Road home to ville. She Joins a family of J -SEE OTHER ADS.
Williams: In Starke Guantanamo Bay Cuba. The I I four brothers. Mrs Hlgdon
1\,". Julia Rowe Lees plan to make their home and new baby were able to
Mis. Julia Rowe 92. died for the next year where Mr. return to their home on Fit-
last Monday In a Macclenny Lee Is employed with the Civil day.
hospital.; Funeral services were Service Commission. The Lee ClURril NEWS: 1.01< ( CH'\I.ITY t> Washington's, : ( ", l IlirthdaySPECIALS
held, Thursday In the Long children. Jackie and Michael Sunday night services' at ,S"ecio1' : FIRESTONE} I I nm, :siuvu\ : ( :
Branch Baptist Church with Maxville,: Baptist Church .
left last Friday to join their were r |. on( 1 PltICtS.: .
burlalln the church cemetery. parents In Cuba: cancelled due to weather conditioN :,
RI v."itath1s officiating She Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I and sickness
WAS a member of the Maxville The Young "Married Men's
nad Mrs. John North and
Baptist Church Survivors are family were Mr and Mrs. and Ladles Class of the KtK. $1.10MAAl.OX 070-15 $ No Money Down Front End Alignment

one diujhter.: Ms. Thelma Roger North and children of :,, church held a Valentine party \ I Tnlwtll1' $1029I'lim 36wt \1.1..1\. fur*
Starling three sisters. Mrs Jacksonville Russell Tobls of, Filday night at the home of Illurkuull.. : Account I Already Oirreel: ('"u"'er >V' ('IUII''...'. ,\ Chapple Wilkinson of Mac Cecil Field and Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs., Buddy Brown- Now A|)|>ror("I 'TIH. -I ii-Nil 1'itrts. .
ch'nny.frs.! Emory long of Dave Coverdale. j Ing. Games were played and 89 C Tn\ unit. Tire Off)/ Vimr Cur '''...,. ..
Jacksonville.! and Mrs Ola Friends of Willie Harris will refreshments" of hotdogs and New Shipment F'rl. $$5.55 \
Caldwell of Maxville; one be Interested to know he h.* I drinks were served.' 750-14 670-15 "Nitt. I
granddaughter and three Improved from his recent illness I PERSON\I.S rRF/'IG11"i'ION. : .+ or LAWN MOWERS
great grandchildren Th Mr and \Irs.! James Coleman Ht'll. alai!) 1'111.1. \1 :oI..n..III., '
and is able to be and
up Front "'I"III'k t'e I 9'Jc
I \
,WM :Selection
community and daughters spent the I'rk'-"II..I. TlllM-ll'll
expresses sympathy around )
to the family Mr and Mrs. Ellis Olddens. '': weekend in Jaok'onnille with, Bufferin hrrvlrr-"' $$1288iiH n..t.. I'rice Urn"olu..te'cI! :$I.1H>
l'UFot; ".::1.1IU'.: Illiu-kunll
PERK .\I.S Mrs. Coleman's Mr
and daughters of Jacksonville: parents ;
Mr and Mrs Ronnie Both- were Sunday night supper' and Mrs. Ellis Olddcns and Only 89c ) c.I::;
I' family.Mr cAspirin 11.1)1'14 'I.. Tint.. uiiil TireOff lour. .FIRESTONEVimr
well and daughters or .MCXsonvllle Bursts of Mr. and Mrs. James
visited last Thursday Coleman and daughters. I' and Mrs. Ray Folium ,49c
afternoon with Mr.' and Mrs Patty Parrish of Jacklnn- i and family of Jacksonvillewere
AM TIUF.S: .MlINTii() : )
Claude Green. vitle University spent t--nd y last Thursday:! night supper .
!Hl.>re i.f. Friendly, 1'"ICIII..llly" II'.llIInII"e andlard l
'! guests of Mrs F" B Cole- ANDREWS DRUGS .
Mrs. Claude Oreen returned with her parents Mr. "FltKK try: liny I'rli't
to her doctor< in Jacksonvilleon and Mrs. D. J. Parrlsh. man. :.in" I\'. \I\IHSOV ram: mii-in11( srMIKK.' elate
Tuesday from a check-up. Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Mrs.I, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Jonex I
Friends: will be Interested to Janie Htgglnbotham attended' of Williamson.! Oa and David'I
know Mrs. Green has Improved a shower Friday night Inj, Jones of Mayport spent" the I
from her Illness of several Baldwin at the home of Mrs. "weekend" here with, Mr. and
months. H1' Jasper Nolan for Mrs. Bill Mrs Joseph Lucas and family I Spring Early Birdmmrm
'" "' -
\ '
of'* Mrs Claude. Oreen' underwent WILLIAMS \"
Cathy Cannon daughter Nolan. I t. :! u t.i.il'-3.i.! : tJ r
Mr and Mrs. Bootsle Cannon.I Mr and Mrs Lyle Schmell: tests Thursday at St er
was treated by a Jacksonville and daughters of Jacksonvlle: Vincent's Hospital In Jaek- ,I JEWELRY/ : : '
I sonville. I .'\
' Mr. and Mrs Avory Blade AY n"08 rw
: and family: and.Mr. and Mrs. .'".--\II'-\I"n.:\ :\ c'' Li w Inrh: .._ 1 II' FlfxrirluwN Runabout ".
I Joseph Lucas and family all Palls BOAT TRAILER
-J C ,
enjoyed a shrimp supperThursday
night at the ELECTRIC 35 H.P.
of Mr and Mrs hom"j i Dust
S to'' Eel A S_ SAt Oreen.Avory Slade visited Saturday Pans

City Fish & Meat Market with his afternoon parents. Mr In Hampton and[ Mrs / Save Up 50 % WasteBaskets Iteudy'''mplrlr To
W M. Blade "'f Mr and Mrs Jim Bird find tiL'1 The I'uIInu '\rc.'rI">' +t
(Jrudr: children of Jacksonville visited -
ERSIa.LB. C Thursday night with Mr New ll.illery-Ifphc.Nterrd" Scat 4WlmNMeM
and Mrs Johnny Dover and ) Laundry Uunnlnif Light.

29 daughters.Mr WATCH( : m.\H( Baskets
and Mrs A L Rhebrrs -
Smoked or F reiehPICNICS of Macclenny and Mrs Dorothy SCHOOL,", ( JKUKI.UVCOSTF.MK : Southern Marine & TV
LB. Waters and Roger attended : JKWni.lCV;: :I '':''IHA.MONDS) ) 1 VAN If PRIEST CO.
a birthday dinner SundayIn tr i I':. C'\I.I. TInI'4: : I

honor of A L Rheberc at
NECK BONES the home of Mr and Mrs W
L. Rheberr and family In I -- R

HOG MAWLS MandarinMr and Mrs Gene Johnsonwere I WINKLER ELECTRIC %?
Sunday dinner guests. of 25 DISCOUNT
Rev and Mra Taggart In
PIG TAILS Ml dl..btlrl. I Your .\ulhorlred'baler'
Weekend rusts of Mr. and : ON ALL
Mr., Raymond Klltore and .For

2 LBS. FORU. 29 C tin family Mr and!! and were son Mrs of Mrs Brooknvllle John Larry North Mar- Discount Record Center DEVOE PAINTS 9-PC. BED ROOM SET

were .In Oreen Cove Saturday \\\.hlnlt.. w t .85
on a business trip: While ONLY
S. Gov't. Graded there the North's paid a visit l ThU Coupon Krdeetnalile. For THRU FEBRUARY nirlM.iy 174

to Mr North's brother Leon- 20 OFF
I disc North I S..le! OnlyIbHiknite
Rev and Mrs William! anddaulhtt'ra On All Urroriln To First t 20 .
were' Funrtay I1lnn"rIU."to Iti-il', Triple. I'reer' Tilling( .

of Mr and M-i tluford'IIlnln Cu+(nmer,, Who I'urrhaMr From Our Jllrnu'brat/ t, fight ;Stiiml. Ueilonlc Inner .
th.m and .rand h11. Spring I .\I.aU rl'Ollll and! l II"! \ :OprlnX"11l"4'ount ;
$Je dren i Uernrd'enter I'.ilr IU.ml-.ir! l.IIn1&1"&
Mr Lyle Schmell and D & W HARDWARE
daughters of Jal'kllOn Ill"penl (COt VlltV \I'F: iTFIt\: H. NASWORTHY\
Saturday with Mrs A.
Chuck lloast OrSTEAK ford Hlirlnbolham nu-\\ 01.11 TIMK.MODKUN' ; (" ..\HSIl'

grandchildren Mr 8<' () : SHOW! TUNE; :SOl.: 4t. FURNITURE CO.
Lb. and Mr Hl inbolham spent ,, ..
49c Saturday fishing at OrandlnMr I w -- .
D F: antis and Karen
netted\ Sunday afternoon In
Jrk""nnvtlle. with Mr and
ROUND C Mrs EnL Oldden and fam-I You .1 Friday SIKHvr Tin I I: S'IOHKS:

ty: UI I'I. \YI.Nd( 'IIM 1 KMIH.KMTlIt"RSO.V. : : ;
SIRLOIN LB. Mr and Mr John( o.nd'l I LAST (CHA JCE"I'" H..tlm'lf'
moved cast week to the D B 3lnnrl.ly
Orlffla hrwe/ formerlypled occu (
i '
bv Mr and Mrs Jerry .
T-BONE St'h1'C'1I1M I Going Out Of Business 81"
Mr and Mr O er Wilkinson Full Su..p.n..i( l<.n qCrprrah..r

and family enjoyed a flab Us.l 1 : IMJ ..VulomallcWASHERS$100 .Four lr) ; "vrr' -letter $lee t f
night at
fry Saturday
home of Mr and Mr Thomat j jBrnum t

MEAT STEW Lb. 59c and family In Jackaonvtile (;, \ $ FILING CABINET

And t'p;

lot New IV (C.. K.FREEZER. .la.t/'hones' $$49-50
Now Open' All pSC666 DAYS
Day: Monday \ $$225 BRADFORD

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Tnrnso.\V. FEB. i*. 198.'S'
:! r.\GF. F.IC1It'r \nronn ronvrr TKLEOIIAPII.: STAKICR. FLORIDA '- -.. -
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vvvvvvvvvv..nvvvvvvvv I Priest's Service Station. the Friday morning Bmtilon of I! and other rolattos during the : position. I CHURCH OF GOOSt. ,fuel.,|,1"I l ",,,1..II.,,,'I"f lonf'inn" i i, 'in. 1'.r'dnn'i!I IT MM'IflAIMI 'I ,!t-' trin Th: .iillimunow mild. 110-,,..<2 ,," Bond Trurr. '
PTA ;MKKTINO: I Tho Florida Chain of MU lon- week : PEKSONALS=" i Bradford Farming! Clair St., SUrkeI I I ItllttllltM'' ,e'u.l| nil Illllltt n'It" !, ..s rr...MH. till right 10. *CLllC
The Law i..j PTA met Tues- ary Assemblies In Gainesville IIO..NOK ROLL Your! correspondent attended H. WlilUm. 1"1181.01'I hear, I.IRh.rthi. '**,' rrm' '-tl tlutllI. I ir .d..t n1 City Hotid or all Tru l hl.b.UUII"t .t fi... Of
LAWTEYBy \ I I .. Tux (
Wfllfllt. -I II"n" |
day evening Feb. 0, with a Bunnell! Wllkison and, Mr. 1st Grade (Cunovn)--Brenda funeral services Saturday -t-tk Sunday School 10 a. m. 1 1"1'niimlii tent. by mart. bo. n ..r '. ': II'luk.' .. 1'101'14. ]

good nttendancc. The programwas and Mrs. Cecil Jlobb.'I11111/ Carter, Tel'cstDevo'e., I for Rickey Lee Mlllsaps, Infant ASI Worship Services 11 a. m. mum. ii43. ... All .hid prlri'll mush/ 31.Dj'r-in Minllt. 'J lia:: I\.rd.Edwards!: City ClrlfThat's

Enz.i: BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAI "J.oml l a helping hand to family ve-e called home Sunday ; 1st find 2nd (Futillcnor) -- son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie and 7:30: p. m. Young< People's' I ,anal I hoo buns pil.r. plus n jHrl fr.-lnM>Hun\llli-)-..1"'")- 2 II 2t 2/IN

.. PTA T-roifresH." This being by the auduon death of Sheila Sapp. MlllsapH. In the Hluh Meeting '7:30: Wednesday )I J

Founder's Day. It mniked the I'.1-:. rather Walter J. Wllkl- 2nd Grade (Kellv)--Teresa I Sprln" Church of Oort.I I Prayer Meeting 7:30: Friday I 0->1 _

rmtt.1TUT": : I 68th anniversary of the National son All members of the family Brewer, IrlLa Crawford Jeunn Mr. and M.S. J. T. Bass: nnd
I 'I THE RIGHT POINT: ..... Our Business
i, (Mil) HEART Fl'NIJ Congress of Parent Including1( u brother Bennett 1'lgglnbotlinni, Nancy Lee family visited his parents. SIv for G L S S 4
\ :,; will be'' Wllklson have the I and Mrs. Johnlford Bass,, and '! way :you writ. Come In and .
.. Stanley Party Teacher Association. Principal sympathy Donna Sue I'auley Fcllclu Ro- SEE I wlert "If It's Class =; We Have It"t f

,O ', I oil. the Lawtey( recreation Bedell gave a brief description of their rrlcn<1. uicr, Sheila Fay Starling I his biJters and their fa.'nllli"-, your Fountain favorite Pen.EHTKR'BKOOK TELE-: t WRITE VISIT

41 'i,,uf, at 7:30: p.m. Tuesdays of the film to be shown. The :Mrs.! :Mae[ Wells was honored Joey Ciows." in Gainesville SaturJiiv: and!:! ,' f.RAPll. CALL or '

: .\ :'i, proceeds going to the I picture brought out many with n blithdny (dinner given 3".l Grads
h ut Fund. In cnflp! anyone good points. of whnt students by :Mr. nnd :Mrs. Jm nor Allen Kathy Casey Rol- Mae nines and other wmbrrt a s'.11.1 e'011 h illS. :1 1a

'''I'd' 1 want to place orders might havo to cope with. County ko at the Slate Knri.: Sund.iy. lena Orlfiln, Dobbie Jo Napier, of the family, were Ir'ol.rd in I i h ..,tin-i.I'll buds' II.II", .., r-, "u....l li a S GLASS CO.
I j heard' lOr U'nid\ Tiu'f' <
,, this date Tom Jack AVainwrlght of11)1) Criftta. nn automobile! ap"ld"l1t in | r .
ii'c please con Superintendent Casey Andy : Hy Phil Cronkhite .r th. 11)' at .Ntsrke"Ioride.' .
1 lini:,, t Mrs H. E. Priest at I gave a short talk on the subject croas. Cn. was visiting: Sir 4th trade: (Futc'h) -DnrylHilliiird OalneBVlllp on P'rl.-In", | it tinC'lv'' <.'I..rks i>fiii.. itessrke (NOT IXC.) i ifir' I

Room count wa von by and Mrs T. L. Wnlnwrlghtduring1 Debbie Dynl :IfarySmith Mr. and Mrs. Richard An- I ,.'li'Clf(' |I'. in.1 Kloililn,on Tuerdsthe, until. /.. .,tae I 2/111? "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." ..

I the 8th grade After adjournment the week. Margaret Smith Hytu drews are the proud parents: Even thoujh; the weather d"y..r Marcia" A. D. 1'".,.:.. .il. / We Design Modern Store Fronts
-- refreshments vm' 3 served. :Mr. and :Mrs. R. H. Jaeohs Johnson, Wayne Teuton Nancy of a baby girl born Wednesday\ which limn. and ,.1". all bidsrseulv.d -
: has raised Ned as far as our will tip, |1'11'1)' || | "p< .".d / Just flail Us A Pattern For
FARM 1. of Metro-no spent Saturday Norton, Roger Stalling night at the Bradford County ; strawberry production is concerned and read aluiirl nn MMfoilnw. tl Table Tops
L'llI; 'li'll \fTIVITIKfl: with :Mr. and :Mrs Raymond! Shrlri.u Batley.; Cindy Oiiclc. Hospital In Stjuke must 'lug: J
at time we
I Twnlvo mondiisnppl "<( ""id
Grace Methodist: Church Brypn. nth Grade (McGee) --Bubbn -I Wo ere sorry to report;: that ill. >,. Fla. (Phone FR2.433327SEE
[ look, to the future. upproxliniiit" '], M' '"' o i I'l 1313 N.W. 1th PI. Gaines>ille.
LOANSTimber School OMS: nin.. Worship 11 Danny Starling* and Ted Bennett, Jury Bennett Mrs. Rachel Green Js a pa- George Hualns.. our county i ..O'lOJallnn"( N 1.'. LMn. ..i
a.m.. Evening; Worship 7:30: p. Bryan were In Atlanta Saturday Larry Brown. Donny Wise tient In the Bradford County !I "
and Hospital! In Starke with pneu-1: : ftaent. Is culling a meeting: r--- .
m., :MYF Bach Wednesday. 8 Sunday.Mrs. Sheila. Norman
II Filday night at the Lawtey
p.m., Prayer Service Monday : I' I.. Dinklns, Mrs\ Bth Grade (K'tos) Joy monla I i 1
cafeteria at 7:30: en vegetable
Farms Visitors( at the home of Mr
Dairy 9 n.m. The Revival to be held Horace Cox. Mrs. Kffle Miner.Mrs. Snpp, Marie Smith Pamela 1 Mr.
A Ranches March: 2, 3, 4. 0. :\ :Milo Smith Mrs R. K T.\e Richard Aus.'a. Wayne and Mrs. Roy Carroll on Sun- ,:, production for opting.
| Whittle and our
myself on
a Part-lime & First DaptUt: Sunday School 1 Lee, Mrs. Flanagan." :MIM." J. Hennett, Lynn :H.icl.. Michael day were Mr. and :Mrs.!! Louvell,., tour last February were told

II ficnoral; Farmsr 10 n.m.? Worship II a. m.. C. Tyo, :Mm. II. C. \Vn In- Lee, Lamar Priest, Jerry Tes- Crawford< of SylvanIa. OR time and time again( by pro-
and Mr. and !Mrs Ray Joinerof
wrlffht, and Miss' Enza Blan- ,
Ti.lining, / Union 6:30:: () p.m. Evnimr 1 duce dealers that they would
r f >" chard attended, the luncheon ton.7th Jacksonville. i<
: ii.-< no penalty 1
) 7:30 Rev. ,
Worship : p.m. Grade (PeavyiKathy like. to come back Into the
; -n.;, 'ivmontFturiAi T'-ov .iohr! ; !-on of Luther Rice, honoring Miss. Dorothy [Ross!, Scott. Liiinnr, ..Tohnnon' Marcie Starke area to buy vegetables.

; Seminary( of Jacksonville: !! was given by the Homo JIardee.VTTTT: Their comment was that the
I : 'I LAND i
ftrntlon Council.
,::1 J\NK: VS'JOC()(IATION" "iiost,. spcaUrr( Sunclnv Ho dinnerguests and I State Farm County Wi"1nesil.iy, 1)Cl11on-1 BBS BY-LINE i finest vegetables grown )in HOWCONSISTENTLY
nH two sons were
Florida came from the StarkI'area
(flf, GANF! 1'n..r( ;: Ins: nf ]last uoelc. f TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER
:JTr nnd :Mrs\
of RalphWlsn
and that they were ready "
f (ISHI s.\v l HIM: st. '. and "amily. Mrs. Lynn Hamilton and I -I i and willing to come baclc into L rr K r 1 a f'P;

Ill IJ.- (JlU- r.pv. John 1'ciklns J ;; Mr.! nnd children of Stnrke' spent { Last Saturday night the :I the area If volume of good Our Many Banking r.:

4011 S. Oltin .An '..3) frvlllo Hiimgnrncr. and Thursday with the J. II. Eunice BUS Carers played host to produce was raised. t

.Y \' .1 i 1':11.:1111"nl'hnl'd: : attedod I| family. By Betty RahonAAAIAIAAAIUAIAAAAAAAA ,I Palatk.1. The Tornadoes beat'' Now the subject of which ? : Service Fit Your e 3

___ -- __I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Legate Palntkt which H usually hard''! comes first the chicken or the Banking Needs. .,
of EdwR"II." Vll1o. III. visited ,
to do. this the
Previously *
!! year
The that
,I| :Mrs V. H. Reddish the firstpart I Torn,dopg bowed to Pnlatka | Pill growers say ..
Spanish Moss! ;1 ITU HIITIUY! they can raise It. the buyers
of the week. .
; The Baby Tornadoes lost to.Paatk
I I6L"'Jiaimflltli Mm. Mary: Green celebratedher say that they will," buy It. then
Visiting: Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim ]
and had beaten
they :
I' : :. A74 I 84th birthday on Thurs- the grower must be assuredof '
:: : i III
t IP r t tI Rosier during the week them
were previously thin! 4
ry market before he will \
rJnv. Fob. 4, at the home of r
I1L vrilKI'I HUT their son Robert Rosier and I Mrs. Pearl Markey. Mrs. This Tuesday th1 Tornadoes{ plant It. and the buyer must C' v a Toy.th.r! It

IK) .\IJLV!! family of Jacksonville, nnd Markey and Mrs Earl Green, travelled to Bolles They had be assured that It U ready to
I Mrs. Rosler's brother-in-law. lost to Bolles the previous harvest before he
I were hostesses for: the occa- can
Let Us IMd, Your Trees
Will Harvey, of :Mulberry and
sion. Approximately' 20 friends time they played them this mit himself. The onlv way \\I
Of It Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Harvpy and relatives stopped In: to year The Baby Tornadoes I that I know how to lick the
I also. of Mulberry.Mrs. wish! hw a happy birthday beat the Bollen team ladt time situation Is for us to get: together '
Fla. Pest Control 'V. .F1. Mooro attended and shower her with' some they met. Tomorrow night plan our crop and Slop In to see u(. You're always most welcome I You'll c

] 539 E. Call 961-3965 a party at the home of her I lovely gifts The happy occasion the Tornadoes are host! to the' planting dates and leave It find that this is truly a /u/J-fcafe/' serv/ee"/ bank..a a t

sister. Miss Rachel Foyer. in was recorded on film. Lake City Bulldogs. I promIse I up to the market to furnish friendly bank offering a wide range of helpful modern

u__ ___ __ In'kll'onvllleVcdnpI'Ia! SURPRISE PARTY you this will be a good ball the buying power. In order to bonking services to meet all of your personal, family
\ Rev. K.: I), Boyer Mr. nnd The Brooker Community game. This Is the last scheduled do this we must have faith' and<;! business banking needs.COME -

Mrs. J. D. Royer of Plant City Center was the setting Mon- game, other than tour In each other So those who I

and I). W. Boyer of Ocnla. day night for a surprise birth- naments so come on cut andi I are interested come out to
T. I. Iy MERSEREAU PLUMBINGON were recent visitors of the day party for Mrs. Betty see it. Thank you. I the meeting Friday night and .,
\V F Moore family Walker. The party room was Conch Hurse's! track team Is we will determine whether or -

Mrs. Hattie Dnrley. decorated, In a Valentine practicing after school everyday not to go ahead with further .

daughter Nancy Krllnd-I theme with red and white getting ready for the plans. '

CALL24HOURS !Nina Prescott' anti) Mrs. crepe pope* streamers and red meets. And they have a new

beth Redding were visiting hit-arts. Thp refreshmenttable program at school now where FIU8T PRESBYTERIAN:

Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Laittlng1, wns covered with red anyone can lift weights during rnritcii: FLORIDA

A DAY or And Mrs. Alice Austin! in crepe paper end a white lace his study hall by arrang-!! II. Walton Grady. Minister\
Daytona Bench over the week- table cloth. Red hearts and Inz it with Coach Hursc.

DAY-CALL OG15291NITE end.Mrs.. fern encircled the punch bowl! the Coach baseball Mason team Is this coaching, 9:45:Sunday a. in.-Morning Sunday Worship.School ; : 'A'rlK'"A' "
t Fred Pendnrvls and Refreshments of cake nuts year B I 1 'r' STTABKEOne ; 1
and anyone wishing to participate 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship. I __ .. H \ \
daughter her and coffee served to the
are visiting were
-CALL 961-8591 parents I
:3:30: p. m. Junior Choir. 6 p.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Gor- Idlest Out of town guests Included please contact him. He '
I don in. Bunnell this week ". Mr. and --Mrs. Cecil must bo In the nlpyi[ 1"dIJ %I m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. I'
> 1 of 31 the
over. nnn'passing in his Tu sd y WorMn of' 'tti Banks of Florida National Group
T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING James Milliard and l childrenof Williams. of )Hl(Ijh Springs: Mr grades. : Church general meeting 7'30
Titusville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Karl McLpod of Lake
We hiive' lot p. m. I Member Federal Deposit Insurance
a of new Interns Corp.
and) Mrs J. B. Gnaklns nnd Butler 111'lnd/ Mrs' Manuel / I
from Thursday Choir Practice
j Mr' nnd Mrs. A. W. Gasklnn. Bernnrcld. Mr and Mrs. DobbyW.alkPI' this
They've started 7:30: m. .
year teaching p.
of Alnehua. Mr, and I
:Mrs! J. T. floss/! Mrs" Carol ,, In their! clasm-s. and are del- :'
I ln well In I'
I II ---. -. ...... -.-, ,.. / Leo' Jones nnd Betty Rabcm of { most cases.Thr 'i
Sfnlo. class a'
Drooknr Betty received some i sponsored

nice gifts! and all enjoyed a Valentine's Dance Saturday
pond tbnn.WEINER night with the Phantoms/ I

', : ROT playing the muilc. The bond: :!
E : .' I was really, good, and they
: U Miss Jonnn !lass daughter! !
-- : t t4 t >o ' .v. q !! Randy T hncr. from
< \- (',. t ttY"e of Mr nnd Mrs J T. Da""" .
I""" ', ." ri '.. BIll Apr radio with them. It ,, ChevroletI
celebrated her 12th birthdayat
I f.l.. : ." g was at the Legion/ Hall. '
: 3 her hums Friday tilnht
; : .'TI" a :
anrv, .aay... + J x3 R I Seniors ]lost their
Ij' :' ; with wrltii-r roast The
toI I
..,. game In the Senior League
I' younn \people, enjoyed playing
1 \,.',,;.: 4 f Bud Sprays team and the J I IC.
. ::1v"\ : ",.1 + l '" $a,Yt; games ami cl.tncinu records .'. beat Jerry Lawson'a tf'am.1)
; .. Mrs.\ Buns served cake and The senior league plays tonight I
punch with the hot dons Joann -
: Come on out and watch
I received' soniB lovely ulfts
: games.
: Among those attending were I
Steve Denmark
Peggy and) ( palsy Edwards!
\ ,
"" ,, Debbie Douglas; ChuileneMclvln.
ItOO fJ 81'al: ltN,1 '
r' MISSION= \it" ,
.. ,i Diane and PhylllM II
.J.i i Jones. Jlmmle and Danny ,
dk.a1.1'E. .
1 9 l, Men IC, Tonv Cnstlcn William Smyrna Missionary" HuptHt
I and l larry, flicks! Allen Church/ located, at 6:1.1: W
'ti.t. Pratt St.. invites everyone t to
) nnd bits BiH Mike! Leonard
1 T w-L,. Jimmy Temple] Robin Psrrls''. attend the following 81'1'\1<'1'8.lIntl.1Y .

Annette Judy n ''ndl. nrDnnnv I : School 10 a. m
t'' :f vr ,, y1.; nn.1 Preaching 11 a.m. each; Sun-
Mallii'l on!
'J 1 Ilnss.' >
Ef 11' AfY YI :
j "ti/, { I 1 i ; tiny Jo'enlnr'orllhlp.: 7 ....
and., Mr and! :Mrs I.'onaid All
'. J; who come hid n fine time Prayer Meeting 7 in I p m each
W.\TPK SYSTEM Thursday, : night FlUor T C

FOR r.KDOKCIt: \"Itlhtmll pastor

Mayor\ ( C) HaiTell" hits

I nnnounrpd that a water system 1 rustic Notebook $'!.20 at the
for IJ-noker has tern, ap- TtU'Oft.\J'II; (
rrovpd Work( leas been startedon i

"e i i r + fir I actUate' the system installed ." .
right away Surveyors' arc now

on the Job and nooksholiid!'\

1e I have water In the very near'
aym j fufitrpI .
N) I Your reporter hsd! the rare OrkpDWer'"walks"

? ylwt xr i opportunity of rttrndlni!' "-!*

Y ,I Installation: of offlrrrs for (hianiiies

\'Ille ehAptrr: N'i 41, Oi Charley
I dof! \ the Eastern Star at t th \

Masonic Temple In Gaines:
.. -- vllle! Saturday night In the \ J"E.
I very Impressive! ceremony right over bumps and trouble

is your wife stir! tied to a relic of the past ? J i linn M.s Installed and Marjorie( J. Marvin as Perkins Worthy Wood: Periywm Nisi was,. Johns Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of

Free her from outdated selected\, ns Worthy Patron A ibout thin: question: truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver

unnecessary drudgery with a nameless \reception" was held Immediately "
automatic electric dryer. Costa only about 5c |1..1'> load-nnd after the Installation 1.-. .My boy damaged the and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups -

d.'livtru( )laundry sun"hino-frenh and dry, rain or shine. Get one. the baronet, hsll. neiithhop hot! eyesight.!
Save wear and tear on your best girl. And send your clothespins Ml ('ITf'f'IC"1 \L Luckily! I had: a $10.000) it's a proved system with millions of miles of experience

to the museum. AUK RK-tl.l-C'TI1: ) Comprehensive Personal behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Flectside or

See the, newest innovations in improved, automatic/ flamelx etixtrie: The Brookrr city ricctlonwas : \ Liability Policy -. the award -

driers' at;your appliance dealer. held last Ti sdiy was was $1M) >00. But whatif Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet .

all candidates: re-rlectrd to it had been' more? Can ,
; their respective! posts M O a C.P.I- policy be increased is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast

I nil rret] was re-elated Mayor' to $100.000 for just a

II City Marshal: Is Victor Jones. few' dollars more premium Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about.any type of truck _
dr City Cll"rkII" be Mrs. Iva ?"
IXUl.is Plre chief 1 Is Clyde 09 smJ.

Roy Orrrn.Carroll City! OilY councilman' Hirrell.' end are Charley E. ..JohnsAgency

J. H. Molt< Two councilmen GA TEWAY" CHEVROLET Inc

FLORIDA POWEB LIGHT COMPANT.. 8ELPS BUILD PIORIDA till serving are" Karl Orem 131 S. Walnut St. "
and M D. irarrell All of these ,

I IS were re-electfd without op- PHONE( I-0201:: 1 t J. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE.. ,\. 1'I1U. EI390t1



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- '1'1 -*l>.tr.-FEB._ U. 1005 BR.\DFORn rorxTT TlLFOR.\rll.: !ST\RKK. n.oum.\ PAGE NINE
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eer..v.mmvm worship Together" I 'was bridesmaid for her cousin jllsts"fo1' UOie.Pl'llcpaC Tnt: RIGHT POINT for the and adtlroNM !Ii unknown j and to .ITV... a arc' ther. of. onliollln
Mrs. E. M. Norton- : Son ,I ii-f IS, '11, a)' IIMMH.-.I::: Ihatst I V Kn'Kltl..rn..- f..r
and Patty kept the bride's I Richard! Jjockel ,I i way you write Come In and
; .. .,
i i ii .
the I..an'i .1. In illlimn nl 1-lnlntirr 1' o. Urnwer F.
[gsley Lake Union Social book.Mr.. I said the table 'was purclutaedwith 1 "select" your favorite ESTKH-! i ...u..""'.* Hi'.HI.II. iMHlntirr. v.rNna IIItn.k. Klurhlit, nut.. later than
held Saturday afternoon wasa and Mrs. J.,M. Warren : NDKLNticmal Defense I Home 1" 1 BROOK Fountain" Pen. 7L7.ORAPII !: success with I N" 1 I't-C' .:,*. ....w iiwmllntf, In l tli-. ,.lh'"II..r' the anl.nlln.tu.nlplalnt l
numberattel'ldlnt and daughter Lynne, of Jack- Education Act) money made .. t ,'Ir, nIt l"iiirl of llruitford. 4'nuii- >'' 1 will ba taken a. ,'un.r .
:Mn. J. L. Bradley: (. Games were con-I sonvaie spent the weekend available to the a hool.Ypleptinee iv. .Y'In, ,..1.,.... lii rlmnrv. In >.NtM-d t Iy> ).mi. This notloa shall .
ducted for all Demonstration "- '' I'u.1. YVI II ai ll.Nesled I wlilih"ii. I WIT rxuiiiilly 1 b.. i>iihliMh.>.l In tha neat fouetvvi'kly
Phone SSS-2H25 the social age !groups and i 'with Mr .and Mrs. J. L. Bradley I! partita mere fea- ;. .. 0 bids. will ho i.i..lvo. chairman. Mrs. .,; : i' Ihl t'lly''oukall. nf thflt .
and family. tured at the school Friday ., py \ i r.- that) t tin-I i 1'I i iliiiU-'\ Tt-legfi'aph
.. Kenneth Mott. served refresh- .t Htorkti. Klurlilii, nt lit" .'II} .. ..kIIK..I.' .. .- tin II..i...r -. I''I' \vitiii..it my liiiii. l and) the seat
afternoon week,
last with
AlA We are happy to report | parent f Mall.. I lu Hisrk. ,Kl"rl I IC'II ments: It-I Notes 'iitnt.iiinlnii' ''n ni null all tli .f sold Court at Htarko. Flurula. -
NEWS tIe Donna"Lyhtt Gaylord. I assisting with refresh- I im .,'.'1", ta I' M m Tii.-.. ...UV. nl.her, I li>lint l ltllttlt I In I'h.. Ill,.-1 j thl. Vbiuitry l", tUDS.A .
C I PERSONALS months old daughter of Mr. I II I merits .in the various classroom Marsh Snd. sera: .at' hl'h, lane 'I'(lit lnsl "" "' ""I"t. Yu .n. 'Itirhy I INIt' L1stl'harln.
School. 9:43 a. m. and nit lihl Ml ulll .
: Little Stevie 1" "" riiv r..IuIr.I| In fill vuui an.w.rto .. tnrbyAs >
ay Peeler son of I and Mrs. A. W. Oaylocd.: i ii I 4. By' Dorothy ROM b. put>lli-U' op.n.d unit. rikit n- th. iintpiiitnt, "itti ..,"vl.1. Clark. i of rind I'ln-ult Court
31 ;,2, Worship. 11:00: a. Mrs.\ Margaret Ann Peeler. home from Bradford County Tryouts 'were held Ttjegdarevening \ Home Demonstration Aaent tutu<1. on th* foltowlnirItoitulnr I I with thu I'IPrk'.r .i>.lil. i'"iiit" 1/11 .t q/4
T ,.IJI union 6:19: p. m'l of Jacksonville, Hospital last week aa.x.t/nr./ Hpprml
spent last I where"she was confined for the variety" .
t '( Worship 7:30: p, week here with his grandparents I for several days. show to'be sponsored by ( n..I10.000... (.1'11."I"n.ly| | AAIU"UM 111T..11gsaulin. | 1.1.000 I .

l' t-lc prayer Service Wed7 ., Mr. and Mrs. ,the PTA hoer In'Hhc fu DAY --1,I VAllt.nM. AliDVi uuanlltb's furtnr a
.I o. W. i I Mr. and )[rS Jim Selple! near 1-H ACHIEVEMENT PAINTING) -
30 m. ;ItevYtB. T.psstor. verslty have already bagged vn'tnonth| |>i'rliMlThf
I n) p. Brown. On ture. A variety show Starke I
Saturday. Mrs. and children ,of Jacksonvillewere type was I Saturday afternoon ;
rity -t. Ntrt'ka r..rvesIhn
let loots, cherries!
"Come use\ peaches.
p. Peeler and daughter Maureen Saturday visitors oftMr.! decided on, rather than a 4-H girls State Farm 4-fl I Igirls |I II irlMht tv MiM-tipt <.. rvjuctNny *
) beans with considerable Interior
and .
I came ( or nil liltla.Pfty
the weekend and I and Mrs. Clayton, Strickland I minstrel-show. and student. I and their leaders attended i Of 'Mtitrk, Fl.irliln.
Although there am.
(bYgtty"mss xlwnot j t Stevle returned ''home with Friends of W. H. (Happy from Hampton Elementary l a local AchievementDay success. fly Mrrrlll hdwnrdsMerrill : i, Exterior
,I them. Cooley w6l> retrrrt to :earn School will art as a chorus to"backUD" proaram held in the still some problems In maintaining 6dwanl...: fltt Clerk I IJ I
nrr..tir""K Mr. and Mri. Paul Mengof j I: that he Is In St. Joseph's Hoe the Individual! acts Court House annex. quality and storagelife 11 rtIIS HIGHEST: QUALITY WORK

I Starke were dinner guestsSaturday pIta1.''AUant Qa.\ Mr./CooleY : More complete'plans: for theevening' For (fh* PI-Oiram. Muss Ross ', the scientists are opt! I* 1'k. "I."nU' nnrl III. Tl'lKkth ".. FKKE: I ESTIMATES: : ,

night! of Mr and I I I. was. 1" an automobile accident! program will be announced led the group In singing 4-H ,i mistic Plastic about bags cunning are much lit; film.leas .'1...,,,. In Jixllrlxl%..I fur Clwillt.IP.od.NIb.at1 ".' "1.1.

*' Mrs. Walter Hollow'ay. On j,1531 Friday afternoon and re- next week. songs and they sal$l the 4-H tit I .liM*....,.
I Sunday Mr. and Mrs Hollo-'!, celved: a leg Injury and had to PERSONALS Pledge. From Mrs. W. B.ThomPfton' I expensive than tin cans: and+ tw. 'II... .II.. -'aSnuaanna Joe 969-4171
'Mr. and Mrs. Ol Mcintosh packing !Is For consum- preen ri !ntiff. Vr Boyer -
way visited Mr. and Mrs. haM surgery on Sunday. Mint ,group Kelly Rstph T Ilr.en 1 trfrndsnI' .
James ,1\[. Black !ar. | Larry Elder'' from .the University left Tu..du'to' return to Richards and Jan Thompson\ j! era this could mean a sizable vset'n'n':/ 'sn'. HI'll'"

,Mr and Mrs. Lloyd W* of Florid was homefor ;, Tl usville. after several. dl1Y'h..r. gave a demonstration on making I reduction' In the cost of processed Ralph Th. T1.,S1.Itit...n, whomi k'.rUI| rtiMMnno, To til West Wnshinston St.

Macey of Wichita Kan. are the weekend with his .. with relatives.: a Curler Caddy; Linda penis.?

orldews spending a week here with I pother Mrs. E. O. Elder. -I IY..YYYY.YYYY.Y Mrs. Poster Hayes was- moved Haas and Fwn Oasantt.. from
their son and daughter! from the Medical Center Mrs. Davis OaS.ftL'. group l r
law..." :Mr and Mrs. L. Macey.F. mmHAMPTON In Ol\lne-t\'l1le last week to theMachttla showeed how to cover coat I f 1
{ 1 1I '
On Saturday they vlilted Mr. Oeneral Jlonpltal. hangers and make perfumed

and "Mr*. M. C. Dugaer Ini I ,,,,here.he. was still receiving balls, salts: from Mrs. James
Jacksonville ( treatment, early this week.. Edwards' and Mrs Hobby

I Airman and Mrs. Harley Mr. .and Mrs. Francis Mrnr Turners' group. Linda Edwards -

Hartley and baby of ,p:. II Force Base were here for" the i I Phone .468.1160I1CIIQOL ( nnl hlnjt of their new ricmr how to decorate; article
weekendVkHn their parents M at Hampton Lake and hnpe to with liquid embroidery and.

QCUS I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith. .............................. be able to move" In In another Ellen! ,Bloodwoith and Linda
I. month. The new house located Mrs. James Blood-
and, Mrs.Thelma Lowe of1 Dt-es from !
I Pl'RC1t.iSL'. : % ,
Starke.'Mr SCIENCK: TABLE between their present worl.hs'group showed how to
S rr-r----l and home and< the lake is two- make a clothes ban.OlrU .
Harry Smith; I A' t.6Je'.Klcn.... expert-!
roan a.Scfenc.utrtoq Monitor,"'GZIIS 1legsr I of Akron,t Ohio were vi\+ltlnji,. ment! pq table. waa received' and block.story constructed of cement exhibiting their home t 3 Big Days
his brother and slsterlnlaw.jMr Improvement protect<<' work
assembled Hampton Elementary : -
I at fer
i ary.sl.itlDlbn,fDlhI ; and Mrs. R. L. Smith last School this week .'Rn'sn..TtH\'S? wore: Beverly 3trunk, Jeanne iLn ( of ReJl.. 39c

r to fr pvkxl chKlwl: .. aIu.s. t.> 'weekend. i Designed to moved to any i:I ,They're: slip at work pruning Spears. Kelly Richards, Linda .. P

|l KhM T- .rwxhl Mr. and Mrs Orady Bishop. classroom where science< experiments < (the trees 'away frpm the Dreg Denise Winkler, Fawn Bargains:

C *24 D 11 months Fit and family visited Mrs Charity are. to be conducted.the :,, power lines :"Well miss the Oassett lien Bloodworth. DIane ENVELOPESReg.
Qtlsson of MiRae: last unit contains a ,tank and had.* from fie live oak trees Thomas Carol Blood- I HOSE F. (
C 3 IDIInItIIZWc FS that had to be cut all the WI1.Y"ctown. worth.. Carole McKinney :
Sunday.Mr. Ink for running" water}. a complete '" '
and Mrs Cecil Whitehead Bunvn! burner outfit. but from the took of At {the end of the program S.1T .
the .stump" they wouldn't lovely bridal gifts' were' pre-
and daughters Judy and l storage'drawers. with glass-1 I I I have lasted long Reams Ilk* eatM to Miss Rots by each 59c ,
Patty attended the wedding ware and t'Qulpmt'nt.for. ex1 : -
1 (the corner here the empty group of girls. n
; I i
Sunday afternoon of Mrs. perlmtrnts.! and centimeter
start building Is I I formerly The loaders served! the girls'' '
Whltehead'a niece, MUs Janet scales. A tough composition Pkg.5C r
Home's Oroceryl I was where and guests valentine cake and 14
to not toe'
yw Stouahton and Jim Moore at tops! designed .
mONt of the power"shortcir- pink punch.
the St. Johns Park Baptist harmed by chemicals< : etc.. and
cults have. started during Other girls present were .r
Church In Jacksonville. Judy steel-rod top Iramewoik ad-
storms. Carol Hardy Pam Ricks Rebecca KITE, \ /
-"I'I Several of the clty'a atop McMillan and guests 1 P
.. . ,
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signs have disappeared frwu Camllle Oasnett Cindy Ham

RICES CHOPPED AT OUR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY corner. where they're needed ilton. Vicky Turner, and Carol STRING

and where. they used. to be-: Bloodworth.
I ( there Isn't one on Pine at" CANNED. IN BAR I leeK. lOc

j headed" west, lust south of the It may not'be too long before -
school nor Division St. on shoppers will ''je buying

(1 yk sir r the' north side of Navarre processed fruits and Vegetables 6CBoys

t ., Ave. so until they're re- I in film bugs-Instead
.I.II .Ir placed. a note" to all drivers of tin cans.
when In doubt stop whether. Dr D K. Ralunke and his !

there's a allin or not. co-morktrs at Utah State Unl. .
1// jY"kitchen
I 1 1Fridav BRIEFS 11'llattington's {{

.' turdll'oInnda: Feb. 19. :20.22DRASTIC NEWS OF INTEREST COLORED Reg. 2 c lurtt day ( Items dflC P


Ladies ,@ il Sale -

Mrs Miriam Tyson and Isaac j IuiDOLLAR

I REDUCTIONSOn ivll Chapter !f o. IQs will Cummlniu ask everyone to

Coats t meet 'Thursday. Feb. I8. ..t,8p. ...Ieh. the paper for further
e m 'in the Masonic' Hall on notices concerning the ,ppring.
Broitnlee\ St. AH members are
{ f Rally --Itev! clarence Bteger.
asked to be present and on pastor
All Ladies FallDresses time Business Of vital Import' Urenter Allen Chapel AMP:
FINAL inn Sister Helen Smith 'i I e
Church Hervtres will start
W ).(. Rev Damon Dell W. "
with ffunday Hchool r at 10 a
P. ,it I!1 I m. with Miss rsruil. hell"

SALE CURL KC'OITH! Fra/lrr In charge; ,. Morning
All Girl' HcouU asked tillmeet I'
!Mam I Union BOTTOM
s Worship Oiolt
One Hack Of each W..4jiet. .r at 3 ,p. .
t at Greater Allen Chapel I. :3 I p.
t m and Friday' at 7-30 a m.
m Evening: service 8 p m.
In Room 33. rui: High '
DressesAND with Rev L A. Humpnon' delivering .
School: All sins Interested in the .
0.88 Joining are. Invited to attend
',MEANT EtNn'DKII' : '

3.88 The Heart Fund' Drive! U ,

now In progress In BradTord
v County and all eltlnrns! are Out
weed to pleas give cheerfully Famous Brand Sofa-Bed Close

to the cavis>. All church's
b'n., **,... lend organlsntlons
$ will boo contacted< -.Elizabeth
n Walker chairman

I 1 pleavant fleece< !lhodlt M4
Church! Church Srhnol will\ TO
'rCi1telJS I PriceLADIES begin at 10 a m with Supt, I +
Leo\ f>r3ue In charge The big
:Uj 2 Spring Rally date. has been SELL !

set for the third Sunday In
March with Mrs JurII Cum.

mines captain: and Christine
tall co-cspiln: OloH Mack IO.VM. l'AUlJI'IiCi:' 59.95
FELT HATS 88 captsln. Msmle Tyson co -
NVI.ON I < ()VKIt:
plain Youth Captain. Jan
other IM-Anf."' ; Co-captain.

Beautiful Selection Of New MaterialsFor Moe Pleasant!A fUt Corington fry(win J""atura.1'1 be held at

ni 'nt spo/' oriwl br the captain *fd// Famous High Quality Sofa Bed -- Full Size

Easter Sewing At Stump's of th. Youth omip. The

> rllf'sponsor''''. to ask cooperate all youths... Mrs and '"'' 1 / 1 Heavy: Duty 70 Coil Spring Construction. Your

McCall and: Simplicity Patterns Christian Irene O
a youth prytrtm. fifty month



,S ... ;:\; .. Rand Shoes This price f forces us to restrict this to a ZPB-T"

o fjjt= --:. -- For MpPersonality'
"'IC T mi.\I: ) ; '
.tf o SALE'

\t:t I ...., ....:.#\ j.-...., ._.."> .-I-: Poll For .Parrot J..dl.! I One of oldest* In manufacturer the Above Prices Apply Oply Fri., Sat., & M;: I !

,," \, Itualneaar
19 20 22
g For Children 6c each February ,

70c doz.
7 c

STUMP'S BEPARTMENT STORE Bradford$4 half County cr. "It's A Do fact Better You Can at" Denmark Furniture t Co.

1311', CAM.NT PHONE 961-1321

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2:::: : SERVICE MEN 0'ge Juke 5 cans 6 $1. j ; jr L., ".... ,Qf.d .

L A WOMENif W-D Bran Naturally Fam.

By Fruit Piles 3 Slze 1. IT.rt: : j'.

,- AAAAAAA I.FFE1 Glt!' ;liE. Mr.of William Route and Mrs.I B., Lawtey.Patrick W M,has son Patrick been of ,. DEE! "LE VAHLSING Poto.DEVIl2rD FROZEN ;::;CH5'ED'' LB.G 991 if/ '

promoted to Airman 1st class DINNERS
In the U. S. Air Force at Pope II :
tl I AFB. North Carolina. A grade Crab
e '" a' uate of Bradford High School. W-D BRAND CHUCK Crabs .5 99, c
Pkg. &&I
w !pr '' Airman Patrick Is an aircraft '
) H "I F loadmaster In a unit that supports 11),

I r '"hi t' it the mission Tactical of Air providing Command J 1 R, t lb. 48 $
tel. firepower and other air sup- oas .-11"'iii.

port to the U.-8. Army forces. FOR I ,,

John E. Geiger a Gunner's AND BEEF SHORT er;' pL
Mate with the U. S. Navy. recently f I\E
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.. blows landing took part operation In an amphi-while 8 l 1.1It.:, f1.A. \% ;

;. I IT.I r serving missile Rock.light The aboard cruiser exercise the USS tuldrd took Little R |I b 5 3 F 1/ ff7.J

place on the beaches of Porto FLAVORS
.. I Scudo and Cape Taulada
Sardinia and was conducted
I g to give Marine and fleet units 9 ,
I training In conducting full tl
scale amphibious operations.

'. :: Seaman Mr. and OelKori Mrs. !Herman Is the son Geiger of Lb. 5 ...:::::::.............. ti I

FT' of Starke. .J, ,;jr < ;1f' (

t \; Airman 2nd Class John J. _......,. ,, ...' (, diid&dt! c
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Farkas, son of Mr. and Mrs. .. ''": -----. -- tvJIi71' t
It,! John Farkas of Hampton has r't t
.graduated from the technical .
4( training course for U mechanics 8. Air ]:! ..SilliiiiiS? i: i: I.J
Force air 1
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at Lowry AFB Colorado. A
--:- graduate of Bradford High I I..
tJ: School. Airman Farkas Is a LARGE GREEN STALKS FRESH iui J
\ sprclallst In F-101 and F-102 2
t-ti't fighter armanent systems and Celery For 29'Extra .
-;i Is bring assigned to a Tactical
4. 1 Air Command unit at Oeorge Fancy Washington Slat Red f Ctollclou
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AFB In California. Apples 2 39'U.
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1.1: Grady M. Pauley. who has J
f.. S. NO. I YELLOW !
: served with Headquarters Detachment -

''t of the 102nd Signal Onions 3 Lb. Bog 29C a 5 .. ::... .
w Bn. In Germany for three T

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Church 4 J.wrv Th. Smart Place to go For Good Things To EatfREO. It j

Schedule for the we!k: 4
T ] Friday, Keb. 19 Cottage
Prayer Meeting; ,/at home of t r JJIi1IJ....... \ 49* COPELAND FRESH PORK J r
Mrs Carl Sewell 10 a.m.
S'uulay Church School :: V Sausage. u>. 39'CRACKIN' .
ship Training Class 10 a. m. 'f5-ctt
llornlngVorshlp., 11 a.m. An- J 1?' Biscuits Can 10 I
nual Wesleyan Service Guild
meeting in Macclenny, 2 p. m. 1 12oz.Pkg.. l
Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p,. l, \ ,) Wieners 39'
m. Youth Meetings 6:30: p.m. f r Detergent
lJf ''m FISH FILLETSGrouper
Evening Worship 730.: --. JO. SWIFT PREMIUM j '
Monday Cottage Prayer 39'

I I lira.Meeting Phil at Cronkhlte home of 8 Mr.p.m.I and. Health & Beauty Aids CANNED II FRESH BOSTON Bum Lb.

&I I Tuesday meeting-- Executive of WSCS Committee in- HAM W4 GT. 17' Pork Roast u,. 39 '
+.f. Ladles Bible Classroom (nursery -""""' I. "" '-._ \ 4 8 I tl'J SUNNYLAND FRESH
provided)I. 9:30: a.m. Cot- \ BOX Pork 39'
tage Prayer Meeting\ at home REGULAR 59 .. TOOTHPASTE $ 98 1f1 Sausage u>.
of Dr. and Mrs K. S. Mulllns. PHILADELPHIA ,,
8 p.m. T win : 2 REGULAR f9 ,9> Cheese: : 29'
Wednesday Cottage Prayer Listerine Pock 341.c'i< o4; 8:
Meeting/ at home of Mr : .
,, ,
and Mrs Jerome Johns 10 a.
m. Regular Prayer Meeting REGULAR 73(II LARGE Quantity Rights ReservePrlc.Good Thru rvoruary =20tliWINND1KK .. RA'' .
7:30: p.m.Thursday. ..,
lowship group- meets Morning In Fel-Ladies Polident i PKG. 45* 39* THRIFTY MAID, BARTLETT ; AI"; F''"
Bible Classroom 9:3O: ( a. >
m. Cottage Prayer Meeting at Pears 3 Canal. ASTOR Rte
home of Mrs L. H. Futch 10 REGULAR $1.29 .
a.m. Story Hour, 3:15: p.m. REG.65(11.KRAFTMIRACLEWHIPALAD( (

Chancel p.m.Friday,Choir Feb. Rehearsal 20 Cottage 7:30: B u ff trio IOOCT 79* Dressing QUART 49x !'!!II COFFEE '\;:; f

Prayer Meeting at home of

8 p.m.I5ETHFL BA1TIST Rise I- AEROSOL 37* Dressing QUART 3 9,: .

riiruciiSimil.iy REGULAR 43(< KLEENEX l-LB. ,

School, la a. M REGULAR $1.00 SPRAY DEODORANT (Plus F. E. T) Twin !;ffl:
Mornl.iK Service II I a. m. Towels 3 $1 1. ill. ..
Packs ,
Training Union 6:30: p. m. CAN J/
Evening Service, 7:30: p. m 'Arrid AEROSOL 43* REGULAR 49(* CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 SANDWICH
Midweek< Service, Wednesday<
7 p.m.-Rev. W. L. New"n'*
Cookies PKCi. 39 < tEX.RA.

way you write. Come In and I 7'
.petted :jour favorite ESTER-: : ,4'Jt...-GREEN,...---STAMPS........ Wi2 '. .'"}, 'I-:' "! $ \4. REGULAR 77' ";
., .. / A.
I BROOK fountain pen TL'IETELEGRAPH. two .Res. -""" ........ h ,. 'V
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: : Onion Rings !;:a.\ --.. /."" /?! ,
4 _"ODYH..umaOT".4.. ".: ....... ..';k' ... l aE
ti'C", "',. .'4111 nut* : A y > 5t-
;I 1)111Wn1' 10. rordveil. : .
( ""m'lI nr the c'lty .
nf Hull Stark' In ,Ktarkf Klorlilii, Klorlclii lit. the, until('Ity d'N..GREEN. ." STAMPS f d'M GREEN STAMPS Pillsbury's Best REG. 2/33( THRIFTY! MAIO WHOLI< KERNAL -
7'H: "V1 Mk I I'. :M on TtiHMilny' TWO FK... ONE P""UTTO. rARN..ION'CNOCOLATf .l'.t.. '12"'...%.
POTUO "uo."o
M.irrh ami. IUd ,
I a t Mhlrh time 2 9 /
and place, all hliln. owAUO. or rauR. 'orn. .
r"'lvod l will Eclairs ,
loud b.KurnlHhlnw"puhllrly on "th.uiixnfil follow a IWHlvti and..; reed month I a. _OOD'.INr rNRUU.".M"'." IOTM Ae1 tao/t.000..TH"U.e..Two M.-PM Il.uLAO. 10TH rf. !Ill ? 0 U R REGULAR 2, 251. STANDARD CUT GREEN

imply of It.noil to 13.000
.IMiiinila, of Ohiorlno. EXTRA : 303
In 150-ll Beans 10 S1
cylinders Klnrlila. dfllvrrrd to Mtarko ,4 1(..GREEN. ." STAMPS dx..GREEN_" STAMPS 'rrJ Cons .
The ..nld. I'lty rt'N.rvi. the .. TMNIC NO. t Vi CAN .
rlirht to. Ati-ppt: or rejuct any or 'II..MAN PFOXKN LI. T VIINNASousogo tI' J
i 18 all PITY'Uld l l>OK F4 Turkey Roast .. "H 2'
] HTAIIKK. KUmlDAlly .
1000 TNRUl* BOTH .000 TH"U P. aOT" D 4 4f S1 1
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a 11 :t EXT 1Ex.-rRA.
Isle I I drNGREEN! STAMPS dH,.GREEN_ 6TAMPS '1\\ BAG 24-oz.
m. Stew 39 J..
ARE TERMITES W.. FK V-L...H rR lAN 'dW rOUM 1.UK NO.u.S.klHT CAN* .r. Cons .
Ground Beef Meat Chk. Tuna la REGULAR 291. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN
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DESTROYING W.MM tHI-t. .., .. .?,--*.,. *.7 1
@ Bread 2 3
FREE .. ,\t.
d i ONIL COOK DUll mo* isr uroNr A.+o-roe q.+.N", ... .. v'r"f .' ;,',;;.J. Rolls
INSPECTION6C3tofe2&fi y( Cube ( Sponges.. ow_:, M. + ; .": y 2 PKGS 29 F.
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County TelegrapH

STARKE. FLA. Till'RSB.tY. FEB.!: lit. 1963

"TTTTTYYYTTYYTTTTTYYTT City. ofirn c.r. IMI-KIM, ,'nox 10 of Itl'HT: JOHNS: OKAliTT:
Farmer's Diary HKUISTVH: : UTIIIOIH.S SHOP, under. which w. are ,..,-
The teachers of Clay Hill : ,%>l KNolle xnaed I | In busln.ss. at ItT H.Tllump'n .
I II School entertained! the students I XI, Mmrke, Flu..
CLAY HILLBy I In hw.hy *lv.n that. Arthur I, I1. I.mMon., Jr. uiul
I with u Valentine's party
I By; Sams McGarrwyQleason. the under.llln..1; under. 1 tltw provision -I his! wif, 'Kliilno T Louitnn III I :"*
r II I Friday. Candy, cake: and cold of Chapter. 3i> 55.of a..w. Wont, I'nitt. St.. !Stark' ., Flurliliint. '. ,
Ain Howard" Padgett i ..,
drinks were enjoyed by theIndents. Florid Act "r 1941 I willrisiHler t." a r
Phone 29-4133 with tne f'lnk' .>r r"".. I ."I thl-4 JJnil' it. v ..r f .I I I",
e e Several mothers attended and far. l. .
'lr<"11 Court In rm non \ l> ,I'ltlf' r(, nt t : Ordinance I There Is something. "cook- ,y...................v and furnished cake and font. County.. KlorlJit. \ upon ,r.I-j. Or >iir..iil, I .i-utitit\, "rtnrlds." .
Annexation By I oelpl > r proof .r pulill-tlmi .r r
cookies. Thanks to Mr. und I
Ing" In the way of .a develop Johns thin notlr thiri.tltloim, none 1.28 4t
Floyd ordainedas
Mrs. and Mr Williams
ment over In the Brooker area
1 Small communities, especially those First there would be an announce- on the phosphate business. deacon last Sunday afternoon fur the occasion.: 11"" -.,V "' --..

that lie within the shadow of an in. ment of intent to annex, and the area Apparently the matter! hits not at 2.3O: o'clock In the Mr. and Mrs. Tynes of I

I corporated town, would do well to reconsider being considered would be described in come to a head yet. but It appears ; Clay Eight preachers tttll !Baptist and nine Church deacons ., Green" Cove Springs attendedthe \ II I ,_ I ""I'. -......... ...--- ------.........

their poation in the I light of detail. There would then be a public likely that deposits of were Rev. PTA meeting! ; last. Toesday
the hearing after which the city councilof I I phosphate have been found In night. Mr. Tynes was
proposed legislation advocated by George" Chiaru Rev. C.V..
i .
and .
commercial quantities guest speaker.Gene :
legislative committee of Florida city the annexing municipality can pass Somebody turned on a bin Curler und Rev. Tyler were [ -.... I'
established of
Cuuurt GainesvilleIs
I officials at their fourth annual conference the necessary ordinance. In the discussions irritation system last week- that a mine will be the main speakers. A large j
end and went off and forgot in that section somewhere! u patient In St. Vincent's yrw..lts
this week. this week, no one mentionedthe crowd attended and special ,
Bradford-Union Mrs. Ciuzart U -J'
It. with the result that the along the hospital : stayIng 1
possibility of objections from residents thanks (roes to ulster Lelar! with her brother-in-law
line. !
I Not only are the cities seeking the of the area to be annexed or water and In table fact grew inched very toward high .e. Lang for furnishing; the flow und sister Mr. ant, Mrs. Ku- e' e 71"!
I power to annex adjacent areas simplyby what provisions would be made in the table In the kitchen. We The traditional plantingtime ers. gene! Eunice of II IK hi a nil.

passing an ordinance to that effect, case such objections were voiced. hadn't been suffering from I of Feb. 14 is already! past Rev. and Mrs. George Chlsm Mrs. Irene Padgott and Alton I

they are going one step farther and any drought at the time by now and it seems that we and family
asking for a law making it impossiblefor The proposed new laws are of spe- any means actually( we had I have had little or no winter I visited, at Clay Hill Baptist list. i

an unincorporated area within cial interest in this area, where they more than enough water yet. Aside from a few cold Church Sunday Also visitingon RECIPK: FOH TUB WEEK\: : :

three miles of an incorporated city would doubtless apply to the thickly everywhere). and then It spells early In the season and I Sunday WIM! b.1I Sharon Walnut Coffee Cake Sticks.

ever to become incorporated on its populated community of Lake Geneva, rained, and rained and rain one about two weeks ago we Mosley! of Highland Baptist S.. cup butter or margarine

which is within the three mile limit ed, and puddles grew Into have had! no others, and thisso Church. softened', 3-4 cup brown sugar iTHIS
and If Join far will go down'as one of 1'F USSL"4 1 milk
own.By of Keystone Heights. ponds they up tablespoon or light
the "easy annexation" proposal, we'll have a new Inland the mildest winters within recent Mr. und Mrs.. Charles Mon cream 1 teaspoon. cinnamon DESK'

the cities are asking for authority to Recently there has been some action .waterway to Starke. years.. ley!' of Jacksonville, visited In 1 unsllced sandwich loaf, a-
annex unincorporated adjacent areas toward starting the ball rollingfor I Clay Hill ,last, Monday. night. bout 11 Inches! long 1 to m'

if at least one-eighth of the area to be incorporation of Lake Geneva and Fortunately. most of the The winter has been easy on Leon Carter Is In Tampa cup chopped California. walnuts. COST

annexed rests against a city's bound this movement--as might be expected berry beds are wearing their I most all of us. but not every- this week! on business.. I .

ary. The city would be asked to spell -has aroused vigorous opposition in plastic raincoats and thus' one week is for happy instance about, it.Charles Last Debra Padgett had the misfortune Cream, together butter sugar ;3250

of the ahedded the persistent downfall to cut her foot on a milk and cinnamon till
some quarters. But in face I
out in detail what benefits an unin- Sawyer, of Slade Oas Co, had
Lake which soaked the country- hovel, and had to have seven light and. fluffy.
corporated area would receive when proposed new laws residents of only a bowl of soup at a
side. Berry plants like plenty stitches Trim crusts from bread. Cut
annexed. The city would also haveto Geneva may be faced with a choice- Chamber- of Commerce! luncheon NO) !
of moisture but Mrs. Howard \ (
sure enough Padgett and loaf crosswise! in S! equal t1
show that the unincorporated area that of incorporating their town now, and when we teased him Geneva
they are not water hyacinths Padgett were In
large cubes. Cut each cube In
forever losing this opportunity and about it, Charley said, "This Is
had certain of. or
a density population Jacksonville I
\ by any means. on business last thirds, then In third again
being faced later with ordinance-an- I all I ran afford"When I
about two persons per acre. An an- i S.' Friday In opposite. directions, making

nexed area according to the proposal nexation by Keystone Heights. And speaking of berries I the one lane of US- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dixon 8 sticks per cubs. Spread butter

would be assured by law of receiving there Is another promotion built several entertained, 1 at their home) mixture on all surfaces. except
i This is a matter that should be given plan underway whereby 301 was years OUR PRICE IS ONLY'110When
all city services in approximately 18 altO It rained heavily and delayed Saturday night with a Weiner bottom. Roll In nuts.
months. serious consideration by residentsof member of Congress will bn the project to the point roast for their, sun, Bobby Hake on cookv shoot In
Lake Geneva while there is still given a pint of our Bradford who 371'
has returned from oven ( degrees)
where just about everybody sea!' select a desk in the M-irnay Slgnoru
The procedure for annexation time to act. The 1965 County short-cake makers you
easy session the 13: minutes or till crispy, Makes >
upset, including contractor -
would be as follows: is only a few weeks away. You'll remember that last Now they've started dutyWe are sorry to learn that 21. Budget Saws. Seer desk wiU. have' "'
the concerted
year ou the other lane and the :Mrs. txuinle Padgett< Is a patient r
efforts of many persons our I rains have started atarn.. The In the Bradford County 1. Baked enamel I finish

berries were publicized In theN I hazards along the construction Hospital.Mr WILLIAMS I 2. Chrome plated square leg
I Victories Solid GainsIn York City area with I
Empty vs thousand of dollars of free I I route and plainly mark : *. U>rall HUlgon and. new 3. Fuel suspension. tile drawer
ed, and we hope the job can baby Bremla the current issue of Harper's money owning homes, and autos, semi- advertising. be done without the hlith loss 1 Brunch returned to their horn JEWELRY 4. The newest 'functional styling

magazine, a New York liberal Irving ing its children to private school, I of life which occurred when lust" Friday from St. Vincent's! and beauty you'd expect only .in

Kristol, has said some things that urgently and, in general, "being respectable to Anyhow this year the pun the other lane was built. HiMplUI HEI'AIHfl much higher priced desks
calls for of .
needed saying to those of the extreme." In climate of whirl- sending pints Howard<1 Padgett drove his MACIIN1ENGItAViNG rtrunivr "ntvam rrt
an a berries to Cong D R. I Hilly I ,And the satisfaction f ot f real s.winc, .
Negro who interestedin wind these Negroes slandered I Thanks to. Edwin"" Starling nephew! Wilbur, to ; :
race are more militancy, are Matthews and he hu agreedto h..d. "mesa" of curly Htarka M you're opening a new cilice or MARNAYSIGMORE
peaceful, constructive advancementof their ambitions "are of we lust Friday to catch the bus SCHOOL
see that each member of mustard this week Alice dida for giving the okJ one a Iresh now aipearanc >
their than they interestedin the establish Panama City, Mr Pad-. I
race are crucial importance for
It sounds
Congress gets one!
fine job of cooking it. gett, Paul coma ,. M os yourself.
becoming "martyr or making sensational ment of firm economic, social and moral like a good Idea for 'Ae see no we really enjoyed It. Then she Wilkinson Carter and Lloyd I. D. HHACELET3
headline, foundations for eventually harm at all in letting our na returned' Saturday
an prosperous served of It uncooked Ina
some night. Mr. .
Negro community." Without i I tion's leaders know we have and It provided big and Mr. Wilkinson CIIAK.MS ETC Bradford
salad a left County TelegraphThe
As pointed out by James J. Kilpat- other things In Florida besides Saturday night to return -
such foundations
"militancy can to the dUh.
to their
rick in his Florida Times-Union col- hum. |In Panama.. llIrk. '
win only transient' and therefore emp- citrus. stators and JarkleI 1.1..
umn, Mr. I ristol addresses himself
ty victories Funeral Service Bored by the large, nuggarJones
primarily to the militant Negro lead- I II
of Sampson City -: I
ers the intellectuals, the writers How is a solid and respected Negro Held WednesdayFor already entered it speckled

the entertainers", the student rebels community to be achieved? Mr.\ KrUtol's perth weighing; two pounds (

the organizers of strikes and marches blunt suggestion is for Negroesto | W. J. WilkisonWalter and 10 ounces. Officers
And Directors Of The
and demonstrations but he is speaking concern themselves less with the James WllkUon. 68, \ \

also: to a much larger audience of proposition "that all the ills of the of Lwiy. died suddenly

Negro teachers, ministers, businessmen Negro condition derive from white while visiting hi. wife in a

housewives, common laborers., wickedness," and turn more of their i I MsccUnny hospital Sunday I n. '" Community State
Ills message U the Negro people attention to self-help and mutual aid i afternoon.. lIa had been In III ; tTV BankTake

drawn partly from the wisdom of the within the Negro community itself. I health for some time. i
Jewish people! is to look within themselves Mr Wilktson was born In

for solution of their problems. "It is perfectly understandable and Lake Butler on Aug e. 1111K!.
appropriate" he writes, "that the the son of the lab Louis and l Pleasure In Announcing The Appointment [itl J'

This is not a popular message, and young people of CORE should scatter 1 Julia Bennett Wilkison. II* Rentals ,

:Mr. Kristol& is likely to find himself garbage over the Triborough !Bridge, was a retired farmer m..m'be" -

roundly denounced, for putting it for- as a means of inciting the white con of the Union I'rlmlllv Of

ward. As he observes, the tendency science to a concern over the filthy I Baptist Church, and a veteran
01orld War I.
today is "to Baldwiniz the Negro experience streets and alleys of Harlem. Hut widow. I I .
Surviving are
in America-to present it ".* would it not be better if, at the same |I Katie Thompson Wilkison of $1 Per Day BILL EPPS AS EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
something utterly and irretrievably time, they turned some of their energy -! l wrley. one daughter. Mrs, I I ,t1.I..Lw I'ORTuu.FalDahmer's

hateful and degrading and sordid, an to collecting Harlem's garbage and Katie Jewell fK>bb. of Cnron,, I

experience that can find salve, and salvation cleaning up Harlem's streets 7"I on. Ion Walter JJ"rn.1IVlJk- olil Mr.
Epps brings with him of
I hnnkinu
in nothing but indignation I l lane of Miami two brothers. many years experience
hate." These passions seize "It Is all well and good," Mr. Kris Wllklnon of Lawtey
even Bennett
the white man as oppressor and enemy upon tol remarks at another point. "to persuade ''' and Henry W Wilkison of i and in well) versed in all phases of the IMI-IMCSS.% 1 Hu

to such an extent that little seems to (or coerce: ) white employers( Baton Rouge La.. and seven I
|,v matter but militancy against "the into hiring N gros. It is even betterto grsndrhlldrenPunnil, has gained this experience! by doing business with his! f friends t

I white power structure." And middle- have a class of Negro employerswho services were hold" !I 112 K. fall Ph. WW-1771\

I class Negroes who are not totally com- would automaticallyas do businessmen at 2 p m. Wetlnesday In Jones and neighbors 1 le knows your needs, and invites you
Memorial! with RiderB '
of other ethnic groups-extend -
mitted to militancy night and day H, lUwls and Kldrr': O M to come in and discuss matters with him.
find themselves scorned as "Uncle job preference to "their own Yarborough officiating Int.r.I I your money
Tom." in the bitter epithet or as kinds of people. I ment was In the awty Cem- .' STARKEBUSINESS
Boobr.Tees. This is sound advice, Mr. Kilpatrick I tery under direction of t H- OFFICERS DIRECTORS
Witt C Jones Funeral Horn ,
nays, and coming: from a New Yorkerwho I I
Well, asks KriJtot. what was no j
believes strongly in the Negro'sstruggle I I II. Ii. .\ 1,1J1 .'IU.)
wrong with Uncle Tom? Why is Booker
Elks 1 S. K.: !SIMMONS. (Cnairrmin of It.mrdIIAIM.KV .
it should Lodge
for civic equality
T. Washington rejected by the new ;; DIRECTORY K.: M. IHIINSON:'

generation of American Negroes? He carry impressive weight in the Southor Plans Activities (' I I":. JOHNS() !(, I'r."I l
makes the point and surely it is in the North. The Negro's/ story U CIIAIM.KV:. :: K.: JOHN'S() :
a W Brown and Merle turf lur.'m: I'KTK: .: <(1.; .FKI.OS.:. Vice I'rr-l.lrnt'
point worth making, that the serene not wholly a story of hate, misery, (;.orle C. JI.wnrJ.1II11: ) :

Uncle Tom and the Industrious BookerT. oppression and decpair"' ; there U happiness W Kelley. member of the Earl's Garage IIII.I.Y (f';. KIM'S: .I..:Ier. Vice! President I t ". ::11.\ M. MI'NIIVl /

Washington were superior men. accomplishment and serenityalso. Hospital) Commit, will represent KINIH I orAITO H l II. OHOMS. ) )

They were possessed of pride in themselves Neither are the Negro's liabilities. the Mark Elks i-xlge Ait..PIH WORK M.\IM\KKT; : i. .MII.I.KK: Cltlllhlf'r K.: SIMMONS" (
t the quarterly mtlng
South or North, wholly the consequence : -
and in their race and in theirown of white discrimination and the Harry-Anns Crippled' An Work ()>mrsnt dPh

integrity; their not ; O>lMr.n' hospital. In Umstilla ,.... M.-2,""
purpose was these liabilities will not vanish with
at 2 P m .Yeh. :20 The 11Ift. M.In.... Htrti THE COMMUNITY STATE BANKSturke'
to obliterate their own identity through the writing of court decree and legislative oral) lodge U artlvvly supporting

assimilation into predominantly act. The abiding fundamental this major Elk pro- APT HEKVICRGilbert: (

.w white community but to build upon leeby contributing Its share f Friendly Bank
need Is for pride and character and S. Brown
that identity and to earn their own to th* trust fund Harry-An -
Mlfrcp, and these are not likelyto na U a conralrenl. hospital Standard. (ill Hr,.lr. "Stet' Ion

way. be found in the malediction of fur physically "handicapped ATIATIRL'4 First In Bradford County With Modern Banking

There exist today, as air Kristol James Baldwin ; they are more likelyto children and 'U owned and : ItTTr.Rlr.,. ?

!ways a Negro middle class that would be found in the prayers of Uncle: opvratwd by. the Florida RlksAsaurlatlon. 4udtat 1 T.rm. Mt.,11.J toad, erYke . SERVICES OFFERED .
like to go the same way "making Tom. I I Th. Mtsrk lodg announce set V. T.mHURST'S.>.- N tar..a

'that the third Satsrdjy night Drive-In Teller Auto Loans I

I, party will not be herd this
I JUtarday night/ but will b. Nite Deposit Personal 1 Loans \ I

scheduled for Saturday. Fb Service Station Bank By Mail
I 21 Oyt. .rs on tn* half shU Commercial Loans
I.nd bulled shrimp will be Checking Account
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e ESTABLISHED 1879 ...rved.I Tl,... A B.IL..Ie.ROAD Appliance Loans I
I All 'hermn ar. urged to Saving Accounts

Lm 1 t 11:. L. N.RNawa.. Corroa "AMD PuacicMnFLORIDA' I I enter th. Bahing contest spon- Srltvlr' Christmas Saving Club Boat L'* 3 .,

O a / OcotT WISU.T Nrw*.Arta >ua.ieMCO Con* Safety t Deposit Boxes Customer ParkingFriendly

Financial Advice Service

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St And Jennings *. .
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Sast&&A. &4aAA -- ? .m3gi'A1 ,
Ii :1.Ii1 t4' ,
hitt n'" !unT.1n.I.n.t'S( : ..JOeV Iltl I MiHgesU'd rcar- : *
recreation room To
w t p' \FW: OFFH'EltS: rsnifment/ of } Compete .
the naw tclevlslou A
H, FM.I Wally MunlholiM- Ki-yUii;: : I luinlturi- wet
removed from, motors ,
.1 i '\', ,'le"! was rlrrted pl'l'( ldcnt, which have tendency to mag- & g Richard l Murihee left) of
r 'J i> r t Club Tor th' .
;; oi: (.he Rotary: nctUi; the Instrument As a Keystone Heights. and S.

tai' v! I inH5-08!)( year starling July 1 number or t'htcn'eswere I 3ryan Jennings. of Middle-
result! a
Other now officers rinded nt.i I sit ___ the ticket at the
made to Improve the urgf, topped
i 11'< luncheon morllns! last Frl- I: District I meeting of Clay Electric -
uation.: :
ij wore: 1):. Philip K. Pur- I The seeretay: wa Instructed L Cooperative in the :MkldleburR -

ns. vice president: Kd: Dwy- the State Fire College ,. Community Center
to write -- - --'---- ---- ---
svrrctary; and Robert to arrange for an Insll'u'UOI1 last Thursday night. The two

'ndprson tirusurcr.: course durIng April will now go before voters at
IS 1111 Reynolds, Jr i Is: ch.ili- Keystone's Progress Commended
I If possible.I the annual meeting In Key-
n of the buard of dircctaish : : and
In March
I Plans were htarted for a tone Heights
W. Q, mwlins[ Jr.. Hill hunt and dance for the high man will be elected
f I'V, L. Siiillli. and Ooi1i '- treasure! At r New City Hall Dedication
trrn.ineis. with Chief Fox as director -
A 1 1-ins a i mrmbrr.i.
i Murrhee led the field in the
10 of I'if I :! nlm of RVr chairman. Richard. :Murrhrr (left) and S. Bryan JennIngs' rxrhunjoncratulittioQit

o : :aHmlnlitiMllw Is lj"t F'jllowhn: adjournment, a 20 Keystone's new $35,000 Keystone ai tlst: Dorothy' voting last Thursday night, ..' after theIr nomination as running mates J
... minute film. furnished by theStilI.I' receiving 99 votes.. Jenninj"1tollowe.1 | I
christened Chrlstoffers Newmanto thimemory
f -iti-n hetwrcn tlvin municipal building was : nt' iliHtrlrt meetIng last. Thursday,
Fire College, was shown. with 84, while II. L
Sunday of J. Edwin Larson
; CJ'. > i l' !Iho Itzt.nytib ; Into public use

nn : I I' '>'r'.ts.Eieii C'lVlI. IlFrENSE: afternoon when rain forced.. Florida State! Treasurer anc Ownbey of Keystone" Height ,
e The following' rails were ,' polled, 44 and Tony H.ikcr. plans for the coming/: yenr me meats are made
; o "i, (rt!" '-aUhn- dedication ceremonies! Inside. fa.mer resident of Keystone.
mnde.( ,! 01' assisted in. by the I I'I visiting State Senator EJ'jhits also of Keyntone, received 42. Improved communlratlons, and Floyd Gnann wasiec
on l'd r.'i !11 i :i 'til i''i.' ( fn- along with some 200 Charley I
F1II Rescue Units I Iin Jennings has been a co-op'[: more rate reductions, It }pos chairman preside at\
Clay County
glinting, at I I t'" "> i- i, 1'1' hill officials and Interested citi !, who Introduced Dr
11 Suitable p'' ... -t '> ildltlo'i to regular meetings 1 : zens. I II II Reltz, recalled that 'Wher director I for 22 years --almost': sible. Mldclleburg meeting

I miuntpd' on tin: i t'" i I i I fiv 'i ,Jin. 10. Fl:8t Aid Melrose. The crowd came despite a'' this! city was Incorporated In since Clay Electric was firstestablished. The Co-op attorney. Wll-i!

) ar future.VOIUNTI.I.K. ",,3Mtheart: : attack; Jan 16 I I' day-long downpour. to view 1925, Ed Larson was one Of Murlh Is in the Ham Chandler of Gainesville I KEYSTONEDriveIn

II : HJKM.NKfystono :: !::; N ''lonal Guard Air-Drop. : the handsome building hear the original aldermen accord insurance business in Key- announced that the board hud

:: Jlciuhts you .ri"! r It.-yi: ten" A rpfl't: ; Jan 22 University of Florida Pres.1- Into\ the act of the State Heights.\ recently authorized 1 pllynllJltl

Fl..''m 'n held lliolr I''t:?I11' "I=! f, KP\stone? Heights Area. dent J, Wayne Reltz praise Legislature!! which set up theincorporation -1' 13. T Martin. manager of of capital ere
..ri ;2'! rir-it All.: Keyston" ," Larson alsc first time In the Co-op's history
inrctln o- and announced that
monthly bu-liii""gi j I the Initiative of the cUy, Clay Electric Fri. Sill. Feb. 19.2
,<" Ar a : aII. 27 & 28. served' principal of the early consunur who were on -
,; Tu"sday. Feb. :2. with Prosl 1 1 admire the handpatnted mural| as polls would remaIn open at 1
(' "it Dick Sunclcrlnntl presll- niavn'1Inlca; Stella: Jan I depicting early history of the Keystone school and represented the annual meeting! until '7 the line In 10i8 may expect

Ih2 Eleven were absent; thier&x. :39 13.h:: !n-,?clal Services area. clay County in thc p.m In order to give late-com- their first capital. credit payment
KJVt l .- tt'i.: I Group. Ar!!: D.'ap; Keystone Dr. Rcltz told the crowd State I.culalatuie. em a chance to vote. He suld check after the bylaws ....

Chief Fox) rpportrd( ( the fol- I Alipo t. that he. for one. was like the I Dr Reltz commended Key!' that consideration had been 1 are amended at the annual tIS.....

**J It Is i l' -i I is-ti"tflg to know who quipped, stone on "your fine school. to holding< the annual meeting" Chandler aid.
1\'lnq the; culls: jAn j 1. srassat : ''I little schoolboy I given
$ fIr' SaruiMit's: no damn!! -. your! Clav Pjmty Civil Defense 1 I "When God sends! rain. then I nnd the quality of your high meetings on Saturday w that : He explained that by-laws

Jan: 22. Clay Electric 'I !!! rescue! units are available that's my choice." He ttcided! j I i school program.; As you know. DEDICATION) )( SCENES more working/: people could I i would have to be amended -
: OE'\1CI'-I'
i Green <
li ator Room no dime: at Orange Park : that the new municipal build- accreditation such as you attend but the Idea had been I to remove certain equity .- -

f, 30( Standby at Keystone AII'pOll Cove Springs; and Keystone In j was "Just a step" in Key have Is no small thins! these l'p-cr| Irft) Or KrltuililreHiwn, crowded auditorium of new abandoned aa too axnenslve. requirements before the pay,

I for pancliute: ) drop Heights day or night! by callIng stone's progress. "You must days." he added. ,m..nlc'I.1| hiillillnK., since It would necessitate I __ _
;! the Sheilff's office.:
The follow? ambulance continue to ask yourselves Mayor Beasley. who served right : UffrpMhiiif-ntt Hi-ri-d during noi'lul hour folloulng much orertlme" on the part of

0'ilk worn made: Jan 4. Mis I Cove Springs; Police 284-3379 Dept.; 01'1. what you want for your city as master of ceremonies said I'pper ilpillcutlini.. i-rrfliionlt. the staff Frigidaire Maytag Zenith

L.JT. [ FuH Walker to Mndirtil Centir -: Orange Park ; and what you can do to the new 2,700 square foot Kill Id-iun" anil :Muyor :M I IUfilnlty 1M Martin also announced that
264-9612 or Clay County Civil' .\110"!) '": i'ooiK'll Clialniuin
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: J\: ". a. Willlnm Pcnullii( achlenre it. he declared building was designed by Don lir. Salt. a recent rate reduction would Motorola Zeigler Heaters
Director. Keystone H
Defense dlHCiis progruni' !
to nlversHo Hospital, J"ek-I 473- "Keystone Is! on the move Morgan( of Keystone! Heights ( mean an annual savings ofIfSlOOO
473-4260, or
SOil! hip; .Jan 12. Howard 4ffll.Heights Any and all units are a-I from a small town to a small and Orange Park and was, building was financed by cigarette flown over the Capitol building 1 ) to Clay Electric con-

C<>>'}y. to Bradford County' vallablc to cltlaens of Clay : city." I built by Tileitt ConstructionC I tax money Dr A C in Washington<< arid which umer during the next. 12

I HiM-pltal: Jan 27 Calvin IM1' I\ Cnuntv In any emernency! I Becreta-iy of the Florida -) of Keystone I II Holt, pastor of the Community -: was sent for the occasion by r months. He said that the YEOMAN'S'Safes

to Alarhun Clr-neral! Jail 30 1, ST. ANNA'S PLAN'S SIJi'PEitQuad Senate Edwin G. Fraser told I Beasley also presented engraved '1 Church brought the In- I Congressman! U R. Matthews ( Co-op plans. to open more ftl.- & Service

Ktnndby at Kevhtone Alrpoil news for pancake lov- the spectators that all they ( "keystones" as a memento vocation. Members of the CitizensPlanning 1 trlct offices, similar to :Mead-:

for Parachute Jump/ I members of St. Anne' had to do to measure Key- of the occasion to Sen. Several portions of the' Committee who owbrook. during the coming MELROSK; I'll. 173-2371;)

The new color television andutiivo !elR''! The stone's progress was to take apicture I Johns. Frnser, architect Morgan were" omitted helped In the initial planning year for the convenience of
Episcopal Church are planned p.ogrnnri
/ weru on ilNphy.:; It was I of the new building and contractor Trlcst Although I I: nnd other groundwork for the connumerH. Also included in
annual ShroveTutcday of
holding their I because
nniced that the sleri-o should on and one of the old city hall Ben Johns presented' one toUr Scouts did not get building: ,were C J O'Connor. "Quality and Price"I
Pancake local Boy
not be removrd I horn tlu- { supper and place them side by side. I Reltz after his /speeCh I Mrs .
premi'ips In' outside.Mayol' Dirk Spence-Thomns.: .
I I evening March 2. mount the colois ....-
Tuesday Illustration can Chairman Bill to y... ..... ,Vvre'.vMELROSE I u
for n i nv i luiu'Uoii ot.hel'thln "What better did pu'sentthem I Charles! Wallenlus.! Wm B
I the Masonic Hall. From experience Bensley
: a, fh'I'plll'l!ml'nt sponBtHtd. you get?" he a kpd. I Beam gave a brief welcome at flan for the Belote Mis' D A Nelson. and
'I that they with n
; nffitl; also that II 'I we can say Mayor M L. Beasloy dedicated -;, the opening/ of the program 1 one which had: A. O Loudon. I I
really (Rive you yonI'mfley's building --
announced' that the new NOTICEANY
would: be advisable1 for those worth. Their motto : the mural- painted by and

not f am ill'ii'\ with operation; \ of! ,'VVVVVVVVVV'VVVVyVV.LAKE RothhjiininerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4
Is-"TodIY we feast; tomor- I Hy :Mrs. Grant
st 1'1'0( to check, out on tin Funeral Service I
Chairman. Kelly
11'.1 row we fast! since Lent I Eye Conservation .
xr'tiln;: to. _avwldamagi "Cotfeu WIts servedby' Mift I '" .
/ 'l 'etlJ. .itni-ts, the following 'dayI! deoiue Schaeffer wnf'ngBlr\! 1'ForM'ss' McGIll'' GENEVA OKCAMZATIO.V, ; OK IIV1It'.tTISTEICES'.rifl )
Danls I
doors, In Anthony
NUTICrScoulmaHtl'l'-; be knocking: on )( CLt'BThe
I : : : IN' 1TSIN: <; TIIK: .\HS" IIII.V
ChIef' Fox "ii,'IMl'f/ CCI! (hut No Moore search of wills, stutlnanext : \ : The annual Catholic Charities I Held WednesdayMiss
Steve eve Melrose Woman's Club
2 ."I:/'el1 had been" ,i I'ppah'pdI1d/ / reminds. all members of Boy week If you do not care : Collection will betaken, Hy rc.: Larsen I IUHI (OF Tin: NEW.: .MUNICIPAL Hril.DIM.= ''

H'-it the trouble, had been, lo- him to contactyou. at ;Mass, on Sunday. Feb. 21. Laura Gladys MrOlll met Wednesday at the clubhouse IS: INVITED I : TO %"EET': : WITH THE: ftL1l.ESOI.II'VFEE
Scout Troop 103 that their re- to wait for I I
l.I'ef! In/ the telephone relay : so( diet Monlay after:' Ph. $73-1310 (IF $73-1661 with luncheon served" at '
uiilnr meeting nlxht/ Is every call 473-4127: Please be xenerous as of Melrose < ( AT 10 A.M. ON; S.TL'Hn.n.FEU. ,
I 1 n! "lilt. The! mutter of' n bnr- I illness She was noun, Hostesses were Mrs R
hfiucpit" !: nnd Tuesday from 7:30: till 9:30: p. GOI.HNKAS) :; : miny depend on you Shop I an exteiili-d N C .... ..........................4A P Hollls. :Mrs M Peck. Mrs 20.()
-sprinkler system Elt7abfthtown.
I Church 1 11 1 wa* ciuilifylnu, The White Elephant born In :
m.. In the Community February
::1(1/IRC't'flt. to the station/ wtis' In Melrose U Rt'tthlll'l'ppalpl: on AUK 11. 'SHI and was a Mr ansi Mrs: William Hernuitlv O W Pyle. and Mrs H C Se- C. II. IIAItERSTROII CUM.
I i,1)lcll! to the March meeting :,I edueatlonal! p.Ut'n'1 building. date for the Past and Piesent. calls for furniture and appliances retired college tencher In the have moved their :Mobile gur The program was an art RULES: COMMITTEEKEYSTONE : :
r.uin which Is beingheld
) -', Tournament I They will be happy to field of clothing! and design: Home into the!! Park As topic, "Flowers, Like Unto : : CITY COUNCIL;"
and i
;.Mrs H L Morgan Jr : the Height-
bv Kevstoue : .
get articles of thU! kind on Durln her career. : she tauvht : the Dermodys have lived I h..reiI j Christian Oraces, by Mrs
MURRHEEInsurance :Mil Everett Fox will be hostesses lady golfers, Feb. 11-25. '
I I ( of Ohio. I backinto '' (Continued on Page 14'>
conslnnment/ What, better way In the University ber"re.YO' welcome\ thum
at a Benefit Card Party In the 1 18-holo Krou' ,>. the" I '
Agency :I to get rid of things that just Perdue" University.\ Otago University !, ..uI the fold., --- -
I Monday< Feb. 22 starting at;: past:\ president M.S. T. J
Zealand -
home but are In Dunedln. New Mr. and :Mrs. Jones. gimeuts :
General Insurance 12'30: noon. The party! will beheld JIn WPM. will present a trophy up your
1 th"rlll'rpnt too good to throw away? AndIt I and 20 years in the i 1 1of Mr.: and :\11""". Ted Uluimani ,, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE[
situated 9holet1'OIlP.
home. In the
i 1'11'-': (-\SI'\ITY: M\-: at the Morgan / I University at Denton. -
111"1'IT'I'OUUNUi'I: I on Lake Geneva Just president. Mrs Alex would be money your Women's i i have returned to their home I I
too Store hours are Texts She was a ,
pocket York Slate
173-17SU 1 off the Melrose highway Reservations B.-okas.! will present a trophy in New
Keystone Height/: : of theCoatcdersy.
... I / must be made! aitheie Medalist In the 16bolt'gm'oup from 12 noon until 5 pm,, onFridlys I 1 United Daughters the Mr unit Mrs. V V }Holm
and Satiudays I Daughters DIRECTORY
berg of Chloujjo have
will be a limited number \ \ on Fub. 11 was Mis. T I I and
iiiCT s. CC1VEUNMKNT; : ; of tables Call Mrs Harold J. Hawes; Medalist In the 9- I Choir members are" I'f'mlndI 'American Revolution. hOll,,<,.g ut'ats! of Mr.I and Mm,. I:
( ed that there will be practice Delta Kapp.i: Gamma sororityFor ( I Larsen During th iiI
rdO: [{ ON HKARINO: AIDS Button. 473-4211 hole group on Feb 11 was Arnold l "

'-I It'arint: : Loss Hope ThrufleMeIrcII' r.VF.III.S: ('ONTiNI'i'At :. Mrs. E. T, Martin {, on Sunday Feb. 21. and( the the past! six) years she hdmtsided her I vIsit Mrs.: William Daviv andMrs. ,f \NTiqUES: AI'TO SERVICE( : ''M'KSEItY
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with :
I the recent Lions Club 0-holp side tournament i most convenient, time will be 'In Melrose !i :Mary Cunk both of K.yj ,

Write\ 01' Call meeting' / the speaker 01 the was also held on Feb. 1 11 1 with decided at Muss on Sunday sister Mrs RIchard P. Vogh; )j stone heights, entertained.I 'TheMartins' O.C.Carnes Nurse

villeHear1ng evening Deputy District Governor Mrs. A. L. Watson as winner Second tirade students will Sr is Mm, Holmborjt Mrs. :Nat I Place TERRELL'SGulf
Gaino she .
I :MltS. REYNOLDS: I receive their first Holy Communion I Besides her llopkiim. and :Mrs Larsen! at I Hiway 10O. Florahom
of Dlstltct 33-L.
I Cup OUtbrothel'. Hay I tttway 21 Ix'tWIlf..lrocoe! : Service I Miles SK of Stsrkt
Aid Co. ENTERTAINS::. :. on Holy Thursday : survived, bv bildge.j .
Smith /stressed the Importance j
fI"11> N. ;\11I1.I Uninrm.. of eye-\\11IJ! to the! NorthFloildn Mrs. William L. Reynolds I April 15. this year Parents! C Hughes( of Ardsley N V. j, We want to welcome :loIre., : and KrVHtoneANTIQUES :''Ii 1'.1': ... TIKKJ4: :Nnrsery stock Tb- ..'

I are advised. to locate each,I Funeral senlees were heldat !I Kllton: to the Park as: aha ts Prom S3OO Up Al) Sizes and of Plant k"*
37(1-0095( : Eye Bank Local Lion Sr was hostess. at a lovely tea V.Rh ..
!1 child's baptismal certificate. 4 Wednesday In Faith 1 Ijihrirntlon ll..ltrrl<*. -.\r..,.. Trees to choose from
m. "
p our newest rcitdrnt
t'eb < ET CETERA; :
on Saturday afternoon I OPEN 7 A.M T :.TO P !
I Church with M d. Treen. Kverrr':
i which will be a necessity to] Presbyteilun/ :loll'I: C Savclle of Hill. I *
her diumhterlnlaw. : Sell Tradeprue
13. honoring Buy Keystone llrlKI111471 I Pl.nt. A '
MI'V L Reynolds. Jr 'j his 1'l'cl'I'lnlNolV Is a good RI"V J n. Neale Jr officiating
Mrs, Reynolds was assisted In | time to begin! look In\\( for said I (. .Interment was In theMeirose thc' that she boarding a nll'e ', The Tent. Of Ttme'I 1 time, CBmellMs plant In 111-

1 \ sppvln her guests by Mrs\ I certificates In case It U: necessary : cemetery under Jom'lIFune1'l11 wcll-careil. fur littl black dog I OI'EN) ; SUNDAYS( ) 1II'I.1AN'KS 1-: HENDERSON'SService I Let (.. do your ItoItdiN'.pt'

\ E P4OUGI1MONEY"sJ DiVid Nelson Mrs Roy Bridges I to replace some direction of DeWitt C. with a license tag from :MvltHiiirne Ph. CHI-%MUU M..bU
\tM\VS', Phil NUllSKeystone : Home of Staike Evidently the puppy Center .'... C1.&\
MEANS MORE MONEY and Miss[ Mirllyn BridgesApproximately i lieu .\ ( I 7 to Hm. _
I H.'lwhlsVomI1l1'. !!I requested that In
60 friends of IUKS strayed from ita ownerinml KUndiiM Oil Product ,

-mAN YOU HAVE NOWJJ ilit1 i I the Reynolds dropped In during Club will spoiiior a fas.ilon; of flowers contributions be Mr*. :Snvell; would like nn \l\\I K. .:.K\I 11'K: '
t T V Service Center KAI. ESTATE:
the afteinoon 1 show on the evening of March made to the Faith PresbyterIan l In help IInl l hIs' rightful home Johnson OuthiMrtl .

1m NEWS: FKOM ST. \\'ll.MMS: I i 10. In the, Mehose HUh/ Church of which she/ was If anyone l 1:0: Utulilng for .u dog I. K. Tllir.H. l'rn|>r.rt..r Sales & Service, IIOMK. : (..trall l-"r$'

_- St William's Altar Society\ School auditorium Models! I a memberpltal I of this description. please call Authorized Motorola Phttco iluhlng T.rkl. .. HuntiisgF455I5siefltT isl: 3 RR. Hath. K, jiC I

L fJry I\nlhly'', will display clothing from lRIIn's : 473-4403 and claim this\! pet Sales and Service ", rnrhxMMl. porrh! ream.
held Us regular' { FfKL .
OIton It. On VII Make* Oil n.nn'UIE '
;, Dicss shop, In Ktaike. Auditorium in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of heat air conditlor
_--'. Iw !4 meeting on Monday mornlnt.Feb. T' K\I IO HT :K tO: Intersection!' Hwy "-.tmKey.tone
ladies and week -
Local teenaxeiswill r..t.
of this WC" come
? \ ;i 15. In the recreation hall 1 1 on Chattanooga Tenn are lions.g'i.iti COI OK T\ Heights 473H5H17KATY
I > 1'eI *"*
do) the modeling As an her pl.YCN.ad
concluding a a
Is !
:Mrs Cooper and Sirs. C K
:Mr. .
with eleven members and Work" (luarsinteed TV Rentals
\* V added feature\ theme will be a member of I .--F..
fourth as a .
I i Father Thomas Kelly\! present! year :Newton. keystone llrlfhl*. 'SUI.II
parade. of wedding! dresses'! of SHOP!
the Rucktr of :
Mrs Philip; Kromer was: in Mr. andIre: _
the present div and of yesteryear of Bee Cooper one S.E.McKay Reltu
: charne of the business I Speaking Youngstown. Ohio are houseRobert I ,
Air Conditioners
Chllll'l1ln.ll's: Owen
Plans are underway for, a'' of Uti''ol'ker" at the preparation Hook. and old friends SUPERIORBuTee KEYSTONE: hlE14t'Phone
: I! Uaker. would like to haxo Hall Dedication the Fits.- 10'' Above ('OoIt
d.iy of recollection! to be held for City from Now: Jersey 4T3-4M

L at St William's on April 6, evrtyone who has a pretty I last Wednesday was engrossed henrys. The Beams vrrre' in 'In..U.II"tio'. .xtrt > Salon

I Ladles from parishes: In wedding drcsv or an old 0111',1 in watching' ; the men atwork :Miami during- our I ls."t cold l ; \ ....hr.i (C'olorr l T-V" Spectalijing I In RrSTAItIb.NTSBeidjer's" .
to model, It hive sonitoneelse .
and R..frl..tnra.1 IMvrnunt
1 shrubbery : .
Lalfe' planting and experienced norne '
Gainesville MaccTenny. snap AIX KoiiMM. ()J. nr..\ITY
Is City. Palatka. Starke, and model It Call Mrs.: Baker putting In sod, when she happen very cool' days there too. 3" I'rk-q-i \\lth M.-rs Is. 4'I I.TI RR: Holiday
3 Jf at 473-3001))
Hawthorne will be Imltfd to lance toward the library on. morning; and! lea on their WHEELER'SDiscount Tinting Dyeing( BleschInKrutttoiff
Keep In mind the :May DIY
will and there was Bee!' at Inn Restaurant
The schedule be :Muss windshield. :-lo&tural1I"urty Hair

at 9 1m... followed by breakfast p.-onrnm which will take place work with n shovel also May we remind our friend Store Op-n 9 -m. Ti> 3pm. lh. FIne Foot Moderate, ,.,.

In the hall.: ConferencesIn on Saturday.: May I. :\oIl'SV : planting! shrubbery\ to beautify nd neighbors that all news IV-twrrn. :Mrlro XAITO h......_ AYe Rnvr. Cn4 yCltru OPKN' 7 HAYS! Sc T

Luncheon at L, Reynolds Sr. I Is chairmanof the!' library grounds It occurred cR, I'nl 'PFI RlP;; >p .-
church\ ,
the items! are grxtefullr: accepted! Keystone Heights tr -U30 Full Dinsrr r.,8."artII.iJuI
noon. then conference confessions ,, the May D.IY affair. She !' to thla observer thit! I at 473-4320 .tIul. ( ,-....
', asks that all all'Is (lup to 20: who' wasn't REPAIRGoetzman:
and benediction at here was a woman II F.""
: lIe..tar Mr.[ and :Mr
has "enflu h money" in hi.s chec 2:30 Pi. 1 I years of age! I register as soonas 1 afraid of a little woik for It furniture A.: Appliance, I Block :North: of KKKYSTONT ..' ,1'

lag/. account. You'll find its an easy,, scare :Please p make reservations they can ReuLstratlon will something close! to her heart I A nc1t'l'IIOn.We neglected to report last Bros. : !' :- ? W.I'fT'l: !!: .

way to pa)' hills by mail. Open) jour with Mrs Emery; Coop- 'I b*> on S.ltlnd..y'll'rh: 20 namelv the library-and she I week that Mr.: nnrt, Mrs.: WillUim SEW ANT) VSEDPurnttur :

checking/. aci-ount today. ei!' at 473-4852 I from 9 till noon. and 3 till 4 wanted. the make the grounds, Beam hud rrturnni from Garage A: Aprsr' eHOUCHT ,USFD: ) C.4HSHanks

Feb 22 I P m. and e-\ery other Sntu- beautiful to complement" the ; & SOLD!
The card party on a three week vtait to :M.aml ALL KIND OF
dlsucsaed.Following i day thereafter through April city hall s rounds.Mr \ Used Car
was I I While there, they visited Mr* REPAIR WORK
10 Register at City Pink on Bernard Roi \ KEYSTONEHouse
Bank the business por : and :Mrs Beam' brother and family MOTOR BOIIY PAINTING
Keystone State tion of the ml'l'Unll.ll's: Lena I the site of old city halL i comb have BS their house i RTABt.EElX: IfO of Bargains and 3-T Shop

the I PtUSOS\Is: guests :Mr anil :Mrs Justir M.Outboard
Cfcmons presented Al
Member F. I 3)). I I. ('. Keystone!! Heights \which was a panel program discussion Mvs' Emery [tBeel Cooper J Aldrich of rttchburll.Uss...,: I I i ('a.>i Paid for Gnood. 0..11I Lawn Xlntnr: 3 B!.>-N" North or Light Kuy _10O.s.u S _ml TradeHiway -

The Friendly Hank of Your Frivndly Community on "LPn I," PanelistsInclud.d attended" the spring board ,, the!' former home of the Slo- I !taC' No Khaldit or Wool AHCollon. Its-v 21 Keystone* HiKhU 'tide Rmul *lKRYSTOXK I of Starke

Loa! Mrs E PVtight., meeting of the- st AimusUne combs These friends are tour-'I 1 firing< to Ti Vcn'>pli. :Next to Drive-in Theatr- :- HEIGHTS Phone.1 6:3-4W

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officers of the Eastern Star I Mrs. Frank Jones. These new the educational building Friday 1 I 1702 Morgan St. Brvham, Tax
I last week: and made another dress of the holder. may be ob- I a.. '
KEYSTONE : trip to Cape Kennedy. Mrs. Chapter was held at 8 p. m. members bring the total mem- Feb. 19. talnml by any p.rnona "011"- You are hereby. / notified thata "
Dorothy Gardner, sister of on Feb. 12 In the Masonic bership to 84. Mrs. Agnes PERSONALSMrs. Inn an Interest. In the propertyby suit for divorce haa been I AMBULANCE SERVICE
Lawrence joined several weeks Mildred Worley .was uddreaHlnff an Inquiry' to flied against you In the above
HILJTES i i Temple. The retiring Worthy ,
Mr. Haberstroh and his aunt Hay K.: Uroon Slate Comptroller named court and cause and yon II PHONE 964-2600
Mrs. W. C. Kinley, motored Matron gave a welcoming address ago.Mrs. discharged from the Glendale Administrator Abandoned. are hereby required to serve a
12' and Introduced the Installing Mary Cook and Mrs. Hospital in Falatka on Feb. Property JlvlHlon, Capitol. TalluhuHNuit copy of your answer. or pleading; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Ind. and
from Fort Wayne Klurhlu. H.. sure to '
Continued from Page ) to the complaint on the Plaintlffa -
Charles King a fine report 10 after week's stay.
Lock Haven Pa. to attend the Grand Officers and gave a .mention act'omit' number name Attorney lion. !...* been /
Ing Florida and had planned dedication. Mrs. Gardner Is their assistants: Mrs. Verna on the response to thechapter's Miss Loretta Chamblee of and .address' a* published In of Starke, Florida and file the original DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
IhlH niillff. Unless proof
In the office of the Clrkof
first civic project Orange Heights and Miss
en enjoying the dedication of the former State auditor of Brice, Installing Grand Officer 1- ownership In. preiiHntvd to the the Circuit Court on or before Starke, Fla.
the new City Hall. Indiana. and Past Grand Matron; the Goodwill Bag drive. They Linda Rothhtunmer. cousins holder hy May G, 1 1555 the property the 16th day of March ..
Assisting Grand Officers. E. will continue to receive bags celebrated their birthday Sun- will be delivered to the 1965: otherwise. the allegations.. RENTAL SERVICES
Jack Haberstroh and Mrs. NEW OES OFFICERSARE all f
AdnilnlHtrator./ be taken
of said Complaint will
. Haberstroh's house guests for INSTALLED W. darns POP. and Vincent or bags are available at St. day with a family party at furthwr claims must be directed ,. aa confeBHed by you. Hospital Bedfs Wheel Chain. CrntchM
Anne's Episcopal ChurchNearly the home of her parents Mr. the AdmlnlHt'nilor. ..
Brice POP; Installing Grand to This notice shall b* published
the past two weeks returned [By Helen Egan] .
Ray 10.: (IrcwnAn four
each week for conecutlva
New Shop each Fridayor and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.
Flol'lda' Chaplain Mrs. Ernestine Eis- .
from a tour South Public Installation of new AdiiilnlNtratnr week In the Bradford
enacker; Installing Grand Saturday. It will be appreciated Mr. and Mrs. Bob Euleston! 2/18 21-2/25 County Telegraph.

Marshall Miss Mary Laura if persons contributingbags and children of Jacksonville bated this 12th day of Febru
I %O'rl/'el'I'y: i irKM: > : .
RESOLUTION Johnson; and Installing will mark them Keystone Mr. and Mrs Don Miller ofBurbersvllle. In Iri-ult. Court. llrndfawalountr. ary( 1D6G.tlHAL..) Cut Those
) I Grand Organist t. Mrs. Ima 'AARP. Clothing shoes, elec- Mrs. EHltj Whiteof <' florlilai In .n..r,.
,) Is and Mrs. I'll. HP N... 13-453: CHARLKH: A. PAHHV ___
tric equipment. etc. that Holden W. Va. '
Williams. rrltnnilen.Plallltirr '
ter.nu drown 4'lerk of the Circuit Court l I \
I Or The Preceding the Installation too bulky for the bags may be Cleo Etfuleston of Kanovu W. .. va. J.... II. Crlltfliilri. ,, Hy iloulah M. :Moody I Repair Bills

two numbers were sung by a placed in cartons. Va were recent guests of Rev. I>...f.nilant.NflTlfH.' .. Deputy Clerk 'I
': TO AI'I'l'AR: 3/18 4t 1/111
Board of Public Instruction six-voice choir composed of Two tours were planned for and Mrs. A. T Esgleston.! To. Jue II. C'rlttvnilvn withNatural

Hazel McKay Gertrude llous- the future: one to Goodwill Mrs. B. E. Kelley and little I I

Bradford County er Irma Lockwood Lucy Fin- Industries In Jacksonville and Miss Melanie OlisHon are I r

ley, Rosalie Colgln. and retir- another to Oustaffson's Dairy home after a visit with Mr. I Gas
The Starke Church of Christ
P. O. Drawer 939 Starke, Fla. ing pianist. Evelyn Puckett. at Green Cove Springs. and Mrs. Pat Ollsson in Falls
Worthy Matron Edythe Nicholson The first All Fun Day will Church. Va. Mrs. Kelley saw -.

,r : and Worthy Patron Az- be held Feb. 25 at 2 p. m. in her first snow and plenty of it. 635 MacMahon\ St.
BE IT RESOLVED that. For "care freer" "trouble free" heating cookingand
auditorium Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford
the Brad zle Williams gave short responses the of the new city:
1963-66 term
ford Beginning County with Board the of Public Instruction will fol to their installation hall. Members are asked to spent the weekend with her INVITES YOU TO HEAR water heating there's nothing like NaturalGas

/ low the plan of assignment of pupils as stated below I and were honored by a fine furnish their own games brother and sister-in-law Mr. and it's economical: too. It's instant It's.
: Courtesy authored by Mrs. cards, and Inexpensive bingo and Mrs. John Vermeulen in
1 : Vera Ownbey.I prizes. Non-members wishing Jacksonville THE HERALD OF TRUTHSunday safe, it's clean and your supply is always there.

A. All pupils will be assigned for the 1965-68 I Mrs. Bertha Ward PM. pre to attend may advise any Mr. and Mrs. Vern Samson I GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE
(school year to the school they attended In the 1964- I sented the Lnrson Jewel to member of the chapter. An visited relatives and friends in

65 term except those pupils who through pro- invitation to join is always Largo and Sarasota. 9:00: A.M.
WM Nicholson and Leamon
motion will be assigned/ to a school of higher classification -
1 Ward PP presented the Larson open to all persons over 55 Alan McCraekln of Hudson.
and subject to the right of any pupil to WPXE 1490 KC
request transfer or realignment: to a school of I Jewel to WP Williams years of age. National dues Ohio is a guest at the homeof CITY IIALL PHONE 964-2351

his or her choice as hereinafter stated and to have I The Past Matron's Jewel was are $2 per couple and local Mr. and Mrs. J. S. La- .

the said request fairly considered without regard presented by Mrs. Phyllli chapter dues are $1 per per- Coate. I I

to race or color, as hereinafter provided.B. Hussey PM to WM Nicholsonas R. J. Cauon and daughter.
the Past Patron's Jewel was adjournment. most Dlanaa and her friend Peggy

Through the medium of the Bradford Coun I presented to WP Williams by members visited the Woman's Seifert spent: last Sunday "Yes I old TAKE ITFROM
am enough
ty Telegraph each parent and/or guardian shall Ed Hussey, PP. Club Hobby and Antique Show with his parents Mr. and.In:\. ,
be advised, 'that they submit a written request SMITH-CORONA'S*
in the Masonic Temple. R. M. Cason. for REALLY GOODtypewriters" E8
to the Bradford County Board of Public Instruction I The Star Point Pins which a GALAXI n QUICK BROWN FOX
requesting permission to have their (his were a gift of Mrs. Beatrice COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Irma "Wilks and children -

or her) child or children assigned to any school I Schroeder to the Chapter (By Helen EganJ) Colen and Peggy Mrs. 1 Typing is a valuable basic skill that

facility suited to the level of the child Stars were presented by Feb. 22 Executive Board Ross Bass and son. James, anyone can learn. And it gives personal
Grand Treasurer Johnson and meeting of Church Women i and Mrs. Julian Jacoby and TilE TYPEWRITER WITH "
C. All such requests shall be written and for and enjoyment.. SmithCorona's -
Mrs. Schroeder 9:30: a. m. Men's Club monthly children of New Smyrna spent '' STYLE AND SPIRIT
warded to the office of the Superintendent of Public I SPEED, famous
the weekend with their ,
parents ,
: Officers Installed were: Associate dinner meeting. 6:30: p. m.
I ] Instruction of Bradford County by 12:00: noon Matron Dorothy Rev. Craig of Green Cove Mr.and Mrs. J. V. Slade. fey SMITH CORONAS' -.. Touch Typing
15 of April annually beginning in the year 1965 : Course is yours,
who celebrated their 43rd
Springs will be the guest
and the Bradford Board of Public Instruction Koons; Associate Patron, non-electric
I Y County It's the fastest typewriter there M with the purchase of
Wedding Anniversary on Sun-
shall render Its decisions) by 15 of Floyd Koons; Secretary Bea speaker. i j is built for heavy duty performance Smith-Corona

July annually beginning In the year 1963, The I trice ,Schroeder: Treasurer March 1 Park-of-the- day, Feb. 7. and breezy travelling. It has.a special key any
Bradford County Board of Public Instruction shall I Vera Ownbey; Conductress Palms annual luncheon of A birthday party was held action that makes typing easier; an exclusive -T portable 53.95

consider .the best educational Interests of the child Geraldine Jackson: Associate Church Women 1 p. m. D. Lee at the home of Mr. and Mrs jeweled escapement, a removable cot-

with respect to school and transportation facilities I Conductress. Paddy Ollrle; Chesnut engineer and scientist Ford Hensley for Hazel and ortd platen a top deck that glides away

and other pertinent criteria without regardto I Chaplain. Bertha Ward: Mar of General Electric Corp.. Buster Roberson on Saturday.Feb. r handy Page OaacTIi and inexpensive

race color or national origin. 1 shall Phyllis Hussey; Organist will be guest speaker. Reser- 6. at: 5 o'clock. About 30 Changeable Typenl. Beautiful( new colors: .,.,ra.q yu ,
, D. ASSIGNMENT OR RE-ASSIGNMENT OF Irene Williams; Star vations must be made throughthe attended the picnic supper y (even gold), and many smart t type styles aGMolM...*" ,.M. rAaY. .irn

FACULTY. An Immediate survey by ..the Brad I Points) Adah Josephine circle chairmen not later and enjoyed the welncrs. pork to choose" from. All steel, vinyl-clad' carry ... _. '
and birthday ing case at no added charge.: ......_." -
ford County Board of Public Instruction shall be Reed; Ruth Elva Scott; Esther than Feb. 26, or with Mrs and beans slaw

Initiated to determine assignments' shall be based I I Dot Harvey: Martha Louise Arthur Bralners phone 473- cake.Mrs. JUARANTECt Any SmltrvCorona branch office

upon such criteria as: The Florida' Teachers Evaluation Perry; Electa. Bonnie 4748.March Cecil Harris of Welaka sloto, raolac witnout, charge (oc.pt for laeor and.

The National Teachers Examination. The Jones:' Warder Mattie Lee /B! World Day of spent Thursday at the home year'ng 0puCheS..st.) any part that*.prove No" labor detective charge wltrtmS within'

:\ Graduate Record )o Examination by other comparable Kingsbury; Sentinel. Earl Prayer with Mrs. Robert En- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. go day o/ purcnaM. warranty covers all, arts

testing and evaluation Instrument. All faculty Hayner. nls of First Baptist Church as R. M. Cason.Juilar Alien your favorite student Is ready for << ; .cept: 9O motor day,,rubber Coat not parti cover, energy damage cell or from chargerHer acc -

members will be advised that assignments will not general chairman. Services AaJS.. -_- dent or miauae' and. extend enly to original. ,
t be base on race color or national origin and that After the Installation a reception start at 2 a typewriter, be sure you get her a _.....

they will have the option to apply for assignment and refreshments were p. m. Ilrs.llord.unly> Smith-Corona. It carries the assurance: 5 : t.
enjoyed In the banquet hall. Mrs. Barry Wyman called a ....
or reassignment to school Kl.irlitu.. In l r<>h Only $124.50 Plus Tax
any facility regardless that the finest the 99999909990
of the of Margaretta Schroeder was general committee meeting( for I Intc./ ICHli.t nt r.'illth I Dor you're giving ; newest .jG
predominance any race. thy "..rk. I>t..cituH.'rlNIlTlfH
planning the Church Women'sannual advances in and
chairman assisted by Gloria ': TO ('II ::1111'om4) design construction 99999999 \\1
E. NON-INSTRUCTIONAL KMPLOYEE9. It : Murrhee Jane Dors and general tea on March 17. To all cr.illtora' and pvraonaImvltiK to perform: better and I last longer. Prove IJRADFOKD
shall be!? the policy to record and promulgate at chairman Ruby Reed. Please call Mrs. David Nelsonat ,1111"", r>r dmuumlilinlnat II' -- TELEGRAPH
said KMtate: it to yourself. Try a Smith-Corona.
this time a statement embodying a policy of non- AARP CHAPTER NEWS 3-4119. or Mrs. O. B. Bakerat Yuu and oucli: of you' arc COUNTY
discrimination with respect to minority groups. [lily Helen Eco.nl<< 1 3-3006 for reservations. hen,>hy notified and ri>"|iilrrHl' toprttfinnt
"Be It resolved that It la the policy of the Brad- any rlalnm and, demands
I The AARP Chapter held its
ford Couny Board of Public Instruction not to .dis- whlh you, ur lth"r of you -
. 1. criminate applicant' covered dish luncheon on Feb. duty have nicillnHt the Fatale' ? I -
against any employee or I --
I ICilllh Uurthr'rntk., oI.--.d. --
I 11 In
the Community Church
employment because of rare color or national MELROSEContinued Int. of said. (Cnunty, tn. the
origin with respect to hiring promotion transfer educational building with 47 County Judge uf nriKlf'iiilCounty ...
recruitment, termination rates or pay or other members and guests attend Klorlilu. at hla ..rr <-.. In I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
the court hiiii, of aulil' fount)
forms of 'ing. The tables attrac-
compensation. were from Page 12) at Stark, PlorMit, within .Ix l ,
tively decorated bowls of ,
I with nulenilur months from the timeof
F EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS INCIDENTTO first puklliatlon. of ihlnnotlre
pink azaleas and white tapers. Ruth Lott. the -
DESECRATION. Before the beginning of Kuch claim or ilonmml. ---
I Mrs. J. O. Smith president The club will hold dessert "
the 1965-68 school year all faculty members will hull be In wrltlnir, and shall
meet Jointly for ,the purpose of having the plan of the Gainesville chapter attended card party on March 15 at tale the office pll&".aililr.aa,of runlilnm. uf und th, AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO SALES &. En\'ICE BEAUTY SCHOOL Motorcyclcfl-Scootera\I

explained and to be made aware of their duty to I the luncheon and extended one o'clock. The money will i-lalmnnt post. and shall ti.. sworn toby

4& execute It In a professional manner Bus drivers an Invitation to the be used for the scholarshipfund. the clulniant.. his am-nl.. orattorney Barkley Motors Inc. Tropical Pontiac Learn Complete Beauty Streit' Bicycle Shop
ami xurh' liilm' "i r
i will be jointly assembled prior to September 1965 Keystone chapter members' to demand nol.any.. filed shall b.volo' Inc. CultureGirlsWomenMen HONDA MOTORCYCLES
: to be informed as to their responsibilities. Civic I meet with the Gainesville DUPLICATE BRIDGE '. TRIUMPH Tuition Budgeted

organizations will be briefed on the plan. I chapter at their meetings held Winners at Melrose Duplicate Rlrhartt D. Junklna .. Adminlbtrator FIAT FREE PLACEMENT Cashmn A Vf pei Scooter
Adopted this 12th day of February 1965 by the ,I on the second Saturday of Bridge Club for last week at the cum Kalai: U'. ';uf; KtllthDoMhy annex HILLMAN A SUNBEAM. Special Brush-Up Course Durati-BSA-Zondapp
each month at 11:30: a. m. In Include the following: Mrs. Park. d..d. '
' Board of Public Instruction&; of Bradford County ><)LVO foCorc'Cleaeos} At service
Florida. the Park Lane Restaurant. Emory Cooper and Mrs. R P. First I'ublUatton .Feb S 4 4t t, UU 5 "> 220 N.W. ftth Ave. Gainesville Central Hairstyling BC1IWINN BICYCLES

L I Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth of Voith, first place; Mrs O. M. We SpetUJlse In 3'33583Replicars Locksmith & Safe Work

(Signed) D. W. STARLING. Hawthorne had two guests. Allen Jr. and Mrs. Ray Star- BALES & SERVICE College III 'V. l'DlnnU. Aye
Chairman Mrs. Connie Early and Mrs. nes second place; Mrs. W, J. Factory Trained Mechanic
of the Board Inc.
I Frances Stephens who later Oroltck and Mrs John Strewn CARS 218 3. EX Ut Gainesville Oah.'ID. 871.7711

fAttest) T. L. CASEY Joined the chapter Gardner third place; Mrs. Paley Boyd 19 CLEAN USED Imported Car Specialists 371.4105CAHI'ETS

r County Superintendent and Secretary of the Board I Hilton, formerly of Indiana and Mrs. C. Maxson. fourth ZIti N. MAIN !MERCEDES-BENZ:

and now a resident of Lake place. OalDMYlUe 172-4)79 ALFA-UOMEO:

I Geneva Trailer Park also $('lInOI, NEWS KiNGSIZE I ; I
(() Salerart.-Se"
I Joined as did Mr. and Mrs. The FHA Banquet will be
US S.E. Second St. GainesvilleTel. House of
< Carpets
Thomas Flnlov and and
Mr. held Friday Fob. 6. In the JEEP
37t-1 Ml
J school cafeteria. Quest speak- ,: F mily of 4 Wheel Drlv "Gainesville's Only Carpet I

era will be* Mrs. Sandra MeKoy. I, AUTO SALVAGE Specialty Shop" WHEN ITS TIME TO MOn

Mrs. L. O. BaudIn. Miss .
RAMBLERAmerica's CaU
Rir.ri.nw: MAGEE
Pam Wright State Parliamentarian. \ Fine Economy Cr Paul's Auto SalvageWe MODERN: TITFTNO GALNESVILLEMayflower !:

I : Mrs. Warner Mrs. Sal,. *adflidgway Senlc! Expert! Installation53t Inc.
I Fancy Edwin Cake and Mrs Spencer Buy Wrecked Car. At& ,
car : wickSpecialrV
: 370-39IS
.G Mullins. i TOP PRICES No. Main- Call Cnllnrt 378-8234
..... rtji1UCTA8UPIA" Guinea,rllleCONCPETK
The theme will be "To Further Motor Co. All Hake A Model u.*.. PAINT & GLASS

Interest In Home Economics "l! Parta PRODUCTS
1133 S Main :
and "Advantages of | Gain a-.Dl8 S73-IU1 Teletype rVrrtce-We Will Liddell Paint &
Home Economics In Jobs" A
skit will be put on by members WlACTRPnear ; Glass Co.

of the FHA chapter "The Oalnn1lle 37C-4511
Shirt Off His Back" for enter- / 11514.11 WI q 441 N. PaM Stock Yard

tainment. Mrs. Frances Stephenson I THE: BEST TRc** I GLue Mimes SUdla o.en

w' Is the sponsor KINO SIZE PEN I Air Conditioning. JlutlnRUSS'S Tub EiMlonrc) Sh.wte

f v- A band concert will be heldon nil bag Ortra-lenatn,.. balance*llrxiy p"I I I SALES & SERVICE; Edward Building I Dean \' ....... Awning .

Friday, Feb. 19. at 7 0'- -....V Y yev hand tey Fll.e Selection of Used Car SHEET Supply, Inc. Carpet Wallpaper S'-
clock In the auditorium.The ... .
"vty Tern!Ion.! I front ConaaUtaUon.
Taken On CadllUo Tradew
721 "S. Main373.4844OAINLiVUL
Valentine Dance will be M ng,.
lit NW. SUtetnd 8C.
held Immediately followingthe \ 2001 N. W. Um. RL 441 I
i OAINFJsVTiL8 377.5191I'L.LTING
concert. It will be held In PHONE 37' <-7$15 StJl'l'UESI

the school cafeteria and Is SUPPLY I Heating ="
I -
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sponsored by the annual staff i I
hraag aarlrldoe Mtta. y lJDeo1D-l\ll'l't'ary-C.aaet Air Conditioning' Johnson & Paris Inc.
Mr. Young will crown the I) Mir.. 'length& 3 pe. ... USED CARS I Ocala Chrome

"Queen of Hearts. Admission: 9..*n and .<..II.,wltki 8JMoe& Metal Complete line of
AtJt.horpri Sales tt Service : Inc.
prices will be 50 cents for ___ .i ,refill ,

couples and 75 cents for singles I SEEDSPLANTSlERTIULCR3: : Copper. Nickel ChronxrnraCadmium.
.. Dressy dance. M WISC., .BUY/ CraneLincolnMercury 352O N.r. lath Terrace : Mw nnUbinc

3 oil..ancy in the: nut not too rBnCY. Just enough to-mB"e-y uo friend think you've found;; d The tournament Melrose game Mustangs with wona Bell .*,, feed. end gvwuld) 37ft-438t' B_ 378-111" Mom In.eeUetdes-Pct S I."vrW I Custom' CLEANING BufflneTANTIQUE
V-6-the best lbu; may think so, too, whim you get acquainted with Buick's.. In Bron.son. 5755. The girls )'es..}itpng : ; 504 E. University AT*. Rent FVrUIixer Spreaders' SILVER BRASS! COPPER

thing that ever happened to 6 C)limJers. Its Z25 cu. in. defilers 155 h.p., lost their game with Bell. 30- ..- only the OaJnesvUle 372-43&1 Automatic Transmission I 224 WW 8th Ave. Industrul Hard Chroma)

,without delivering you tu the gas tation all the time.A. to the plain homdy price: 33. Mat ..,.".1... f,.atjBradford Encliiih l'ord-VoI_ PHONE 373.1418Oaht.svtlle I 1S34 NE tod A". OcsOav
you'116nd it looks I Dial -4sll
restful in the: funnily budget/ ( \\4 METHODIST Cllt'RCH PIa
design the
Buick Special 80 USED CALL City Automatic
lean you
drive a Buick and still enjoy' the other good! things' { in (ife. See your Buick d ler.' The Melrose Methodist i ale South Main ,Ta'I'EWniTERSHancock
Remember: a Buick for Church held a Fellowship din- I
only 5313.00 LADIES WEAR
Thut' the plain GalDf'SYWe 372-1431
honest Transmission Inc.
(inspiring) truth. ner at 13:30: Sunday In the I
Plain price. $ -- -- -- educational building. Mr. and Typewriter

: $2343.00 Mrs. J. L. Price, and Mr and 1t DODGE DIRT Repair A E..bAa. I EXCHANGE

.....,..._.. '.U.'''' rar'I' Olq DODGE TRUCKS Cherry'sOs4ne.ville'a
"In a. a'al' v.e .., _.. Mrs. L. B. Nicholson were d5s:570V. All Make and Model SmihCbtorrAuthorised
y Wy 4.wllle. .... enr..uM yrbnl .. .; ,.
T.3 ra.rN 'Ir.ppurlaw. .... ___.... .Iar del" 1' SM "let A.Le Sable.
.WWM I N.IVM.1. N,4 wY 1.5... MWIIYYa_ hosts. I .? MRNTS TRUCKS CARS Woe Fashionable Dra>r
: Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. .-J I. CIarJ'"kTotaIIa
Wouldn't oaf .pt'tldable UwdPooleGable ten Dy' nomet r Pre-Tete4 Address For Ladles
really rather _
first class
*o ? I The Christian Fellowship Sun- DRESSES-SlTrs- Adding Macl nM. CakruJeUon

day School Class will hold a Motors WORK GUARANTEEDBUDGE I SALES -SERVICT- RETTALa
See your local authorized Buick dealer 'meeting In the educational CountyTELEGRAPH F FLAX SAVE TLME-dtoroM rear ro.ejalmnraU .
.. L ___.. I building. 119 & E. 1st An. Cto-erruUe 1409 3. Main with M ftrvC

. '. TUNE IN "IOWELL THOMAS AND THE NEWS"-CBS RADIO i The WSCS Executive Com- PHONE 373-4343 Gainesville J7I-S1M' 103 W. UnlTenity. OeUn* rlE.I 431 N. Main S&.... OainesrtIIO
mittee meeting will be held In Phone J755S51wv

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