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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:01434
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-Julian Yonge + ..

u. of Fla. Library History

Gainesville Fla. ..



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Commission Wants Out ,JI I .. .

Have A Heart!



This bevy of BUS beau.lira .

will Tie for the title ef ClailllS Immunity

"'Queen of Hearts" as a

hlihllght of the annaal v :
I
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Hurt Fund Drive ,
now ender ...
a
way In Bradford County. -


.From left to- right Betty -L+

Ann Kiirln Register Lee J Bobble.*.nn Scott Sue at'' In 'Dump' SuitA :


Barksdale. Janet Hardy, and
!Marian Green. h 1 tr
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The at a winner Heart will Dance be crowned to beheld long-pending suit for damage: iitcninat) t the Cityof all of StAike, The hi al: 11111 t I I. I of( wnstiand "jiibnue. to control with loll"! The Board denied !

March 12. Coin boxes Starke and the Hoard of County Commissioners set for 11.30: a. iu all Incendiary flies necea-! "cau.sliitf! or using any fire In

for "votes" for the rirls Bradford County :Mosiiuito) Control District: may take The milt shears! t that a sailly crwatej." Its program and:: had no partor

have .been placed In Koch's. VStt"" a new turn at a hearing before Circuit Judge John A. chicken house. nnil ('1I1111>1II11t. in Its oilginul Rn \\(>r to the control over. the. alleged

Canova's, The Florida Bank. ; II. :Murphree in Gaine-uille J"ritlar.hll'Ch: f. pine. limber IJt'C"1I. trees' ffiviposta. suit (filed Jan. 13, It it4\ & before f lrc ."

Florida Theatre Bill's give...._MI to* The County Commissioners and" other proi>t>rty Knight's rpnliinutlon. the Cjn\ >- In ltd answer filed July 30,
1 mrnt. dismissing the board on it0: are situ joining luKdliin denied any ownfrslilpor lJcJo&! &. the Cltv of Starke alsodented
Drive-In.and Eagle, the BUS Li HEART FUND through their attorneys, Yawn ,1 fiorr. the tult which wan! filed. I the.. city: dump east of Starke: Interest In or that It operated nexilxence) or that It
Public
Library the
brary. & Shaw are asking the court ''lit (1963 bv Evinlo Jonos and was damaged:. when (fire, burn- tl>i< .Kiirbage dump. The I created fires in the operationof

for summary final Juclae- Horac*' alit' Other!: Saunders. I Ink at the gnrunKe\ dinnii.spipiid board' maintained. that It only the. umlt.iiy l laud< fill east

to the Jonr-Sa1111drrdproperty. operated .a sanitary\ land fill of Staike.

The plaintiffs' estlnmtixl Ollt'rlltlln| on the site "oonilst-: In pretrall. hearing subsequently -

lUitmnea at $1,400. tag of dlumiK: $ (excavations hrld before Circuit,

though no H|>\\n' /l"I'b'e: : placedby Judjru: John A Murphree! ,

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH win, asked for In the stilt others( In such excavation It was mutually, aiireed that

The new motion (filed by and ooveiln?: the exctivnltun (runtlnuvtl On Page 21)

Yawn and Shaw on Frb, IDin.ilntulns

that the County I Knot I

liable .slnrp It I lit n

Official County Publication Kslablitficd It H79 political NUbdlvliton. 01 niienry,.
of the State! of( Moild.i con

VOLVMC!\ EIGHTY-SIX: !' STARKK. nURIIJ.1'11t.It U \" i" F.H. %3. twt. :M'MIIMt' TIIIHTV-FI\r.. : stltutlng a part' of State Oov
eminent and pnrtuklnw, of tindovrrrliin -

Immunity confeirivl. a

To Inspect Site I'' During Construction upon Section the.23.: State Con.illtiitlon! by\ Article otFlorUlii. 3

and cinuiot: be Mied( Ye"e+
lit toll IH'tlolUthuill. \ consent wef

Safety Measures ( of the Stat which innv'

Officials not be ui veil except' by general 1 er
Northrop "
I law! I
IIn I leitul mlnulouv. 'tort' I

Asked for! 1.S. 301 mean u vtronifiil, ( urn> r-Hiilt,

Ing In All injury UMII. 01 damage f

for which the unhurt I 1
Due Mondaynouncetl party. can bilnu civil urtlon t
> Four accidents di-rinjr the I'IIlt'I't'k on the two- The Cominlmiloners allcut" '

Lmeil portion, of L' S. :HOI under l'I\Illrm.tlun\ betweenStaike i that: wh.itevei, bitrnlmi y

and lluklwin hone caused (County J ml ire! '1'. A. occurred If a II.V. roHiilted from
Officials of Northrop Corporation will arrive here''' growing field of bate ''due' I I VHVMI to call on the State t Kouil: \Departnient! for ncl. I the dltcliiiriie by thin. defetul-.

Monday from Washington, D. C. to make a firsthand lion. International Uuilncu I (litional/ safety' I ant I tlui tloitidl I ot u Hovi-rn'

incction of the proposed Camp Blanding site for a Machine Chicago-based subsidiary I one nwn from: Browning 3J: of tl.ilnosvlll( mental duty vested. in \It bylaw

Job Corp. Training Center under the Economic Opportunities Science Research AJ Maryland was : I uttniipltHl! ,. to .PUSH.. u (uiiiltrttctui ," 1 1r 1r
soclates, which .Is already a : ,
,
oral 1 lialli-r and almost
of the I with serious The motion for .
Act of 1964. P. J. Novak manager I mimm.iryfliiiil
of moderrlearning Rev. Chas.Vimams
leading supplier crashed t lira cl Inlo .
,I -on Krump'aIBrtl JudxrniiMit '
WHS the (firsmajor
Starke-Uradford (County Chamber of Commerce an- !: 'I'I. property damme
I|I mateilal for schools[ Named Pastor Of thousand. of doll.... Ken j ult development lu ila/.udlp
yesterday.Northrop home office: In Beverly! HUU.Calif. among the or&lInluLl'I\I I wrecks according to I There was 13.800: In pi'u.v since. withdrawal of hot.

will be represented. Before! arriving her I contracts to run an Northside Baptist | HUOiwsy Patrol erty duinmie. In the wreck Iu lid V KnUht (from them. ,
'I.
here by M. E. Johnson director they. will confer In T.U.hu.1' Job Corps center aiu 1 Fowler, "who "" which Uiownlnii's\ 19.M: Oldn- on Krh I 13: KnUIH *Urt. of marketing for the Nor- see with Dr. Mode Stone, of(; to. make uw! of a com RPt Char.'I4 A "'lIIlam'hiU of the accidents J I mob II.. ,,'d tll tutu KranipS ton the Cinintv nt tin,'
Ironies Division In Washington Education, puter-controlled clusrooR1 I bran. ihe FSU College of aid It came to .iu wad sprvlng a< r
end Thomas Quay I has developed.A ,the Noi' thsld lUpUBt Churchat
: Browning wit-i
directorof
and Dr. Sam Hand I
in County Couit
lilt ate
Northrop official( from th the Florida Office of Economic I tentative schedule fcii. I the lnt isection of lllnhwnv while hi'Hrlnii. the. clllll'l.1: \ ith linpruHr| puns.Int. ''I'M" t"flit, tint) 'us county\ utloiney
Kilmer tall for JI 1and linylrss. iliuihwaylatch I s
Opportunities. I Camp that two of the lust November he ciintl ui\.>:d I
Corps trainees to have break 01 8IArkeRev A second narrow ml.. of a .
Mining Firm Novak>> said the officials volvwl near head-on : with the defense( at the request
would arrive late Monday and (Continued On fag 2'1 I WlllUms received hi One accident head-on coUlalon and tin' of the Hoard.

make their on-ilte Inspection ':diK'atlon In the. public before and lutrfit. wreck" came TuvsilnywhefT Early thrt year. KnUhinniKentt ..
Places OfficeIn
Tuesday.\ .t\l)01o: at !IInntlcf>11 and at Judge Yawn's court \ I euii Conner of !ltal ikf < >d an out-of-oourt set- r H

According to the Training School PayrollIs Oeorgetottn College, Oeoiue- I "fIcmtJllm" I. &, attempted to puss a lojslnt Clement of the caw.. (rcpoitcd-- v
Lake City Center proposal filed with the town. ICy At present he I Iv killed there If .. / I truck dilvm by Earl Stanley. ly 11,800/ of which the! county

OEO!: In Washington last week Written On studying at Luther Rice ftctnIna.y -. don. about the : niixley' of Doctors Inlet and wn' to |pay $1001 I. but tic < .
I Jacksonville, where .Ml 1.** '..m. Ilium" 1'1.11",1; / I "Mlrttwberry' J.rn helps.
American Metal Climax Northrop will operate the ; In Fowler' ... ran into the vide of a cmdil ltonr'd, refuted on the groumli'
Ino. with headquarters .in school for the Bland. he Is also teaching systematic Trooper told "IMI by C It. RUley olCinnitoii ''hot a Nfttlement. would be an Ill Ih. -linUv. llriiuiilng' aumiili .wHiie ..f llrailfiml <'uiinly's
proposed ,
New York. a large' mining Ing site with emphasis on I IBM Machine theology.Mr Yawn pititment."" has also he (' ,. R I There were" no idmla+lon of lliiblllty" on their! fittest. .*tntvtt|.<
company which has been conducting I electrical and electromechanical and Mrs Wllllsmt and Hilt) icriou InJurU in that mishap \putt, Hf\t t "....t.. .liiiilre. !I. tin. iUii<(liter" iif. tip and. Mr. list lei

phosphate explorations vocations rsU would bea It's still a mysterious business their two children Bert, 0. Judge: : Yawn "MM ., hut Conner was ctiargec! ) Followlnn, KnlMlil's withdrnwul limit' iilng. nt llr''Miiliif. | I'riMluve'' (<<'o,. a lesdfng l iitrwMlirrryhiitrr. '
to most but Bradford and Charts 3. are' c)( with aliu Yawn Ac Him!! 'lM ... known all Urn
In North Florida and sub-contractor and would:I the. district. engineer. : Improper pu' \ wrrr llriiiirnril' rrlr are lici-iiiiilng; oar

South Georgia" during the have charge of evaluation, research Count,'. public school person- !the home provided uP'ln.1 r City and received retained. t..) represent. the I H. fur Ilielr. "ut.liiiiilliig, fiiullly| and (lnnr..

finst. several. months, has ..- guidance., remedial education I net see learning to trust their churn. It at Northside of sit Immediate I Weather Still County\
IBM data procMnlrv ends a ndlal invllation t< In their bill of complaint.
tablinheil an office In Lake old related curricu- new I I The Judge, aitld
building equipment berauie It .Is now the pubHr to attend .11 rv'l Jonas and !Mr and MrnHainulers. BerriesFor
City and has renteii a ,, I utirtrri. of road l I. BerriesWet
for a laboratory and of- lum.A leading manufacturer, of,:j! writing their pay ,checks \ icr< at : !'i> i',hu: h Lawley to .& Hurting allege' that thrhpiopcity
.
For the. first time LII.)> wm (ItiiniiuPd In II
,
flees.\ electronic devices aerospace after motorists pass
'
This company applied sometime products missile equipment ''w"le. the 375 check with s I II 32? csdf announcing )/ wnther. hiss' hurt tin fire "on or alK"ut Jan 18I

ago to conduct exploratory and Jet trainer aircraft. payroll totaling over $7I 000 ,' Trade Up trslflr they 1 ircrlvr quality mid rut c the volume (il IMI.I I( : The suit, names Ito Congresslliittjfiirtl

drilling .In Bradford Northrop .Is represented in the were all written by the dataproca.lnai wsrniniis along the it II'IIWI l>"II'IIhallCllpd at thor City)/ of Htarke snd the Bourdjf '
I machines Installrc; Mt.uk"r "'!Irk.'t during thpnit > County Couinilnxloneri' .
County believed! to be for the growing space sciences and \ U-twMi Hlarke An"" ( '-'
of )locating phosphate.Fred. communicationsfield. last year It took the mschlmabout Here Since 58 wi-rk Onlv' 9J4 (flats wt'r< Bradford( County. M,)Miilto"ontrtil |
purpose advanced the iiiliir said 'nun'' ; <1.,1..1''II '- r..rt Humphrey .until recently the past one hour to do the workthat i Au.__. void, at !niictlnn line. durlnshe DlHtrlrt a' defendants ( within .
Oberc. sale ,
Its .aerrr-I. wt sun 01 con < ,IIM' ", 'MI' in thi- ti.itloimlUniellKht It L* huh.'d| | that. p'lorMit Coin*
.
till Mrs Grace Hitch, i "weik" K> h 18-34:! at at'
on the staff of the Colorado decade have risen from '' In the.. ornxiolle : )
County. 172 re- on ttgnln" n. xt week niliirtliinoi, Agrleiilture I Oatie I
to Superintendent Tomnr.dad Bradford sv. of (171 fU'With Tli* plalnttffi, allege Unit
and Research th.nU lary rar 1 IKT
Mines to more
School cf In itM .
million on the (four-laned abl. to milks
had 113 4 Mlivn H'M1'M Jane Ailim* uiMttirk" ('unn..r1111 f>
Inc.. wUl be kit last ,. In the Casey has for yesn < Ull establUlunenta the. '''''Utll of fall' It was.. then and there. iii.
Fountlattnn. O million rear north of t iwtey thaIliiiilrnril
NiitioriMl HInwh..rry(4'lJOfln. the soil help tell
Inc
(full days to million salsa in 1 II4tJ..n ted. lhaheavy tlofrluUntt.. III the trip
labor more than three weather It N v;>o pity of op'ration .
Lake City propertyha.
charge of the tame period Its gross 32 cent over. I lanes are clear' of ( will leave' frmii .1, u M Coiintv. wtrllwb.)1)
1 I rear of per vnliiiiif wi'l,' be ten nf< still| gurMu' diimi'
) 31 complete
*lory Ceolofflst Joseph risen ten fold from M ction and : .'. .
I '
liiivxni
"viII. \
MiniiK
report Alrpurt \oV..It'nll'ttJ"'
"
to. story in ||
he'' M4 mil Brain behind the data proteasing 19M according I h.". in hunt, 'trir" >'< wrrks ind proxrurn" In the dIvj.Ma',
Shearer recently Joined" million to mote than business education I{{ releaaed by the U. 8. Uureau I Alter pawing. / vulh 7mi' pint il .iU'11 While In the. asthma i Is BUS just
stuff and will be bawd In I.[ lion. the Census. \ barricade wsrnliMf, ; ,/use. "Mniifltivur Qiullty',. (Jii.-f. Jinn' will misu, vlwlt'
lake City O. K. Williams !' According to a Northrop' Instructor M A Payne of he III th,. t.I .. 'P ,., I .
I' teachersIn Retail trade In the county trifftr: v. 1..1)I ...-.. ..tr..rI'h.. ch'ilulixl. fanprrs.ntatlon with nfnulal of Northrop
who .Is one of the few ...
thus .
has
the geologtat In charge of the spokesman the OKO; Florida fully: eerllfl" In meant }obit I exclusive of proprietor I! more siena or .<<.: 4.. ->,,-- tii nflldlMlM.. /IrWimlilngturt C.'.rlll".tlol| who have. f.it\\
company's exploration activities far disclosed plans for M Job I for 411 men and: 'j'thf' crosaovrr and ,. [II C. mihnultvtl) .u prnNHHtl. | to this
the I tie brand new field Pan'has .. -
.
is baited In Tallahassee Corps facilities around \ attended two ,iwhool women. arid a yearly payrollof f j begin to wonder If .. .&1. ., L.i. \ 'role |purlww..f| (.Jowl' J4ne'n
at. the present. time. country Otis A Stngletarywho the IBM company II I million i .really are on tile : 7'J unit .w l" a<>riiilnt|" the Nii In rnnpuralkin, with thiMritilfunl .

K L Pelley. Is In charge of .Is taking a leave of absence sponsored by last summerin rood Stores led In volume I the road IIrF I Ih'ts' i ,ion, -".' ,. lore. an
4he (and 1 acnnlaltton. programtnr from his post as ehan-of Miami and spent attending a dataprotaaing of vales. with 111 million of j Two, of the aeri :.1i I r' I 'i4GAICU "...I.I.V., '- with the superb, ,, Authority. for operating.. a 'loCoijx >>

the nmpany and will b. cellar of the University I sponsored the total-- an Increase of 23per i, Involved, ran "' "ii I' ..tf llrntlfiiMl/ 'iniiit,, : Training, Center at
belted in Lake City at Inter i North Carolina to serve as dlj Institute federal cent over 10S! $. Oawllne" pans in the '..--. ruvsMra i mil.. Hurh meintior" mn ( C'lirnp fllitiKlinKt, rive' mll*4ft
and government
> :
rector of the Job Corps. n. by the state and two have ) y.wN.Rs > ,
villa j I under the 1 10.1 VocationalEducation art vice atetton. were the next: ( Nit receive line pint' tit Htarke MU Adinrnnlw
,
j peen to have 40.000 young highest cstogory with sales. of' end!' <1 'olll.&I.n< jM r are ..I..t .t'II..rrl.. ', plnni. li> .illntribilta, home
people enrolled In renters' by Act Sti f of .. < Aa wwai .. .. .'.
,r fir: .! II million Bating and I1' K amp i lItIa".n" a a gift : of the. Dprrl. .to Northrupfirs >
I I th. ..... of this and per I The payroll ass the
year and h .
d +
Inlur) .
I II IBM equipment drinking places racked up i wa N I County gronr ,III .. a ,taken nf 'nppr'u| '> >
GUESS WHAT ; the end of real tent of the yrI
hapa 100000 by I that the Bradford High .Isle. of $109000 |tl..L TI ..r".Y" wh": 1IAWIII : b>u>ln.. ttriiM lion for theft. Interest, in this

I tel from Far the __at.cr.t a wholeth car d'l''rn oy .ill for a. meeting t unimiinllyThe.
test
JV-hnol I renter rear
Junior-Senior Job Corps eenten. I
urban
The |
of AgrVylliirxfimn .... will
thPf'1'8OnlM'1 Census Bureau. reported "V Mtrnwnnrry" tji n
f'JT
(C"-" > Drama. such as the one sought i I the IBM company and VVmlnvn.
It 3'-3 retail aUbaatunenta on be acciirnpanUnl on the trip oy

TheDead at for least Blandln 1.000 will trainees each.enroll and Bradford High who It operate on. of two with retie) of over seven billion 23 Days .- '.' ..f I'retiiilent" I In- her mother Mm' II. II AdamsMethodists II

school. In the> doiUrs. an Increase of 30
Of Night will concentrate on flttlnlyouths public! high Tax Deadline
to work' In fields ,, ..ta t..he\ > other. .is I In Miami. ...- cent over I 19MPbnire !I II I \ 2 Sentenced
eati on the number of Assessor ,
MILS .luditoriutnThartldayFriday In which there a r Pshorta.ee which has data pr'v" >g
e-tabHsewvtenta ant sales. vol. 1
of trained help at equipment Installed. Payne)j I 'nme" for major types of retailrstabltahrrwnu Ti 1. ...fir (: Future t'.rmer."mlr. INlliauurd, For Forgery To Hear

.March I IK. 19 the present time says I! in each county w.,""" Hr ..I" ..." ("
Of the slv urban centers Writing the cheeks with the ,
I II : National FFA Week
11:00)1.!
the printedreport' ywie1 Rev. Sikes
: announced to date on* Is marhln" went off almost without are'' provided In payer I II II'nJr nn'r .
10-1| 1M1 census of bust- '123 rlav remain .n I I 'I.'.'It,h 'I' .Mllllkf\'
Don't Miw! Thl.. rated at Camp Kilmer N a hitch this week. Paynesaid the" I ne... malt Trade. Florida' avallablr : ;it..ftd I to rtirren' t t 1 A .I I if' iit..in \l.mI / Kev' John M flllmn l1.al"t!
: ('omH7.Dranu and another one at an abandoned .1| Tne only mistake I ,. the > < .rhomnaea't vIII. Ol.d, Hnpriiit' .ntl"nt. ;I,
Kiciting was the duplication at a cost of M centsfrom f ThUirliHje| '. Hi . Navel station neat | machine made '" offVirumrnls I .....mpl.. l ., ,...1 will .rm the 1 pr> m her fur the
t lh" Superlnterxlrnt ,
of payroll Check' I e' n" V. "i' .w 01 ,.d iif.a; 'I">f .j ,ii I / MI> 'i 'r- .lIn'N"1 "
Oregon center one
Astoria Ore. The I << Kviingirlintir': ,, I..n.. ''o "beheld
Washington. I> C | or .. .
be voided aBpHrstlnnn, i r'a' Mil 13)1' it. rir t'Ina| men Ahtt n tVri .. .1-' i j i'J.n.i Moll -'.
University had to
-
Is managed by the vocational ,' wtllrh. hastened tip .d H. 304 Itevlial Service will of Oregon with But. Payne ..., tangible. t rt merit of Commerce field filing of I.
subcontracted to I the machine was not at fault p fir n. .il'rnlinn' nn the imporIUK tnil r.nnini| ( Court; "hni ,Mart at mince I Methodil ford training' Motor. Company's PMleo the. human element U still I Offices f I.Ib!. personal tax I I of sfrl'-ultur daring" ; 'I The to .local i chapters num- leery' ..n.tag/ forgery I IBIT amt. .fontlnulng through)
'I'....... 7 will
Mervx
Church Iwiwtey subsidiary.Federal ., Involved The machine is completely "W urge you "Nt' l/Hifll F.'AVeek' rebru- her I ltd _........ The National f Uambv was. given. |4 months" .y. March e*

Tue-* boo at tne regular linn* each.
,.
2. and continue through the Kilmer renter under a" 1' long as humans 'feed It correct 'I tlan that you are' I The Bradford an.1. Htarkej :| ..lla i .hoe aiipromniately. 404- "n three years. pr.ibi.- MumMy' .usual at 10 a m ant
I ,
I Reported and I silo to amid lUes l- 7.;*> p.m \nilay throughVrldav ,
its Chapters are rondurtln daily. fXKI members with 9WW (oralrhept.r.
j
March s. Keryoo: cordially IIJSOOOO contract' with th.OovernrenL Information i .. <<
for not m. There. will be no flaterUy -
.
.
nufio, daring' the in the iW) 'al. sail
full program ,
In.ItH.Thl. When In The nickname Payne and hM T.-.. hi tM. Ktsrke. .aldretary tonChildren's .
I.* I iwrvlese
j turn Kt ...... ofnewspaper hnertn Hun rA metRlwr-
wen a*
scale' operation It wtQ .be one have, given the machine 1 .1'1 I ** ae a Group
atu Vnls cnHrte fl2.3H.VM In "' I Hay Mlk.. ..K .liai. been' Huperlnl -
'
,. i *
......... Themo fI ahtp In the florid FA organIseikm -
of the largest of the u n"n"n. .ts "gl-go' which when t. '. .
ta during Deceaibermurk .. .
Contributed .b>nl of the (]aln MVItlIHatrtet
n<
Space I To Meet Monday
with 3.MO young '\ translated stand for "garb ""'RK" ( () Ihe 1MB :rfatlomil F7A VVWkla I I. 'lon> ,
Weekly. to PabttrfaeCommynity I\ kilt with $T.hfed. ant | .. since. June 1IM.1. HM ..
farmers eh.av. the
men 14-31 years of age, en age In garbage out' Payne Lake Butler. we s sen ml with nei- of ,! 'AgrkrulMr"- O lr Amarlmn HUUr. Th.- Hr ..!Ifw.i. Ciiuniv. f'hl.,) .! gnwltmt, of A"""I'll'' ColIrge -
< W
Events by ".,It.... a. the' firm week of ;nap "xrilngt'inhtr v i
rolled.A rtftpha.lthat humsns are tlHT-ija.. : Keystone Heights I Adams. hat 'Iire-| r'<, ..,,. .r.. w ,ill lll,,,P't ti 1 ... In Wllrixir, Ky anti
h-.vi tn < liv 'ith veer fur the t.h-
The CommunityState Btonber *f th* nation'sarteet sail very morn need d to fee' roll a-ra"",rt II..tIC n. La w1.,. I'lftIml..ann l 'loa "! campaign. (n Inform. n .' "he S6l1"r,..j j 1VA i.- n'I. I. VIM.I, '. \I. "b l "he fnndler School" of Theo
nf the .if .eryae '
f i .rn.ctsn.c'
corporations' view the ltt. machine Information Hit tlZ' 01_ Wat! rtfVootier L14$4t-.. s .. ,. .. ,
m } JII'1'l Frii.irv ITnl/eislf
of B'.Jttta a ,, ,. ;r I f. !I. ,1 f "ir "?v i'
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Miss Harriet Loudon under- Airman Apprentice F C I aa $1,400 at moat business' tleneck." approximately four hours
BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES
... : Out i Our work has been cut out. ttiaay I Wednesday a
Board Wants
went surgery in St. Vincent's. Stevenson Jr. of the aircraft schools. : teachers floating logs and stumps !
Idea to install the data Parents students,
dockedat processing I
Hospital onVe I creek broke
the a water |
Cffi'i Dr. and Mrs. Edmund. II. Mayport Spent Saturday to I equipment at BItS was and administration must\ put : m

I III", i Pulling of Bronxvlllo, N. Y., Monday with his grandmother Of 'Dump' Suit conceived more than two their .shoulder to the task 111 I car Utilities Davis Superintendent said heavy
It is notoar r
to succeed. I I
cousins Clt Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs. Kdlth Christiansen.Mm. I years ago by former SchoolSupl''lntendC'nt we are this week caused dirt to
time to VI
Harmon P [ffly James Temple] Intention at any :
her house lust John Dost! of Lake
weie guests !
: from" the six inch mj
CLADYS MOOTY [Continued P.om Page One I Morgan. Putting the school draw a "charitable veil" around I away
week. Dr. Fulling Is honorary City was visiting her parents. i '
-. \ A chilling indictment ot educational problems where It crosses ther
Phone 961-0631 i iDol payroll on the IBM machineswas our I
Curator of the New. Yoik Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hayes,
Insofar public education today simply Pressure on the pipe cauj
the Issue to be tried It is rather our Intention -
and! Morgan's Idea and, he had
Botanical Gardens and they Wednesday Thursday.Mr.
I the'plaintiffs and the City says that our students art to "expose" them and try by debris jammed against
hoped to have the operation '
era touring South Flotilla this and Mrs. Robert Green were' concerned would be !started before his retirementJanuary juoi. IIOG getting the fundamentals -I to find a workable, satisfactory caused a flange to break (
Mrs Joe Wilson has had as Local admittances to Doctor's 'week.Mr.. and daughter Marian were "That the City knew 01 : of the English langu solution. All of us wan' Davis said.
visitors Mrs. Junhis Smith ot Hospital this week Include and Mrs. John Muck In Sanford Sunday visitingMr. 1. The project was This i 'I workmen
had
.... I should have: known of the delayed various age. is a broad sweeping our children to be equlped i City the tmj
by things
," Jacksonville from Thursday to : Mrs. Betty Lou }Iaan, Ncwsomo of Jacksonville and : and Mm. Jimmy Rowe. existence of the fl.-e In the however statement which has a certain : with the best possible tool repaired and the water flc|
., and Mrs. Olive More- Bessie Jackson of Lake Mi. and :Mrs. MoirU William Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale had including a long delay of 4
lI.f.>'nd:1Y.: Mrs. I garbage dump and negligently in measure truth in it. for living and to equip their; I tag again by p. m.
getting the checks
.... dock and daughter of Miami Butler; Frederick Crews of /and family of SylvunU. Oa. as weekend guests :Mr. and failed to take appropriate prlntsd.Thi new We admit and recognize the becomes the major objective
on' Friday night. LavUey; Mrs. :Eloulse Lyons were Sunday visitor! IIC their Mrs. Keith Gilllngham of Tel- I measures to control It." difficulty on a local as weLa I K0.\l HEARING
." Mr. and Mrs. Volley Starling jf Jacksonville; Wanda Blagg parents. Mr. and Mrs.' Jesse IlIhallleeIrll.: John Yates of I IValdoxta. The case was set for trail } new course, Is also: a national level. Here in of our educational system. Ir j
Teachers participating
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\isited\ Eddie Starling in of Brooker: Billy Starling of 'VewsoniP.Mm. Ua.. :Mr. and :Mrs' I|:,: on Jan 27 but, was postponed juidecl bv an ad.lsory committee the junior high we are in the the 8th grade English pro- Bradford County Comnjlonera
the Macclenny Hospital Tuesday Starke: and Mrs. Elsie Carl- A. R. McKlnney snout Jack Sale: and daughter of I I when the 'out-of-court settle- composed of Marshal process of developing a program will present their I jj
I Trawlclc, Mrs
afternoon.Mr. ton and son Eric of Raiford the weekend with Mr. and BlountHtown. :Miss Jiuly 1, Anderson -,j I mci\t\ suggestion!; was made. Canaldson': : who 1 is in charg in the eighth grade gram are: Mrs. HlgHcnboth-I mary and secondary roadqu..sts
Thornton. Mrs.
and Mrs. F. W. Strick Mr. and Mrs.' E. R. Smith Mrs. I. II. Hazen in Jackson of Jckunrlllff., arid Operation of the sanitary >t the Records Department! at which will help correct tlu at their annual b<(
J. Miss Colleen 1'\ II"hoe-r. :Miss Clay Elrctrls: which uses datt am Mrs. HopkinS.City ; get hearing; of the State R,
N. >
Stan Madison,
land and family and and family of ville. ',| land fill Is a joint city-county I long standing problem.It .
.-. Reddish\ spent the weekend are spending this week with Mr.\ and, Mrs. Robert C. Bit Beverly Wynn. Mia Merry[ i operation protect. The cltj processing equipment; Bill! Is hard to exaggerate the Department In Lake City
with ,II s. Strickland's father I ncr mother, Mrs Bertha good of Hope Volley, It. 1. .::0.1anti\ EM Rtlxtn' of Cm-oa. 'hauls garbage: to the dumci : Beam, duPont plan-man and time that can profitably b( Water Main ;>Iarch 4. The department

aS aS.. H W Moyer. on Lake John- Pearce. are vttrillng Mr. and Mrs.. Julian :Mrs' ;Nelson: Grrrn." Mr*. C. i where It is unloaded, and thiI I I I. E. Tomllnson. head cash- devoted to English. In scheduling Springs Leak cently announced that BrJ
S son Steve Strickland celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt / McRae this weuk.Mrs. C. Johns. :Mr-.. C Williams, county unJer: its Mosquito IT at the Florida Bunk at the ,tudent,' program 1.:. ford hud a net balance I

S his tenth birthday on ,f Orlando were visiting Mr. : Mae Jones of Jo-'ksonvlllo :Mrs" Boatrti-v Fartx-r. and I i Control project. follows!!1 1I Starke "la essential that adequate Residents south of Alligator $93,70O In Its secondary fj

S S Sunday. md Mrs. Ed Prevatt over the was visiting her bln- I' :Arm. Henry Gidwln attended I through by coveiini the garb-I time be allowed if we are to I Creek in southeast Starke in through Dec. :St, and wol.

S Local admittances to Brad weekend.Mrs. tcr, Mrs.\ W. Middleton.: : en the district meeting of the I age with bulldozer equipment. I FFA ,Honored hope for success. For these' eluding Southslde Elemental receive $1M! ,"OO in sec cnd

S S ford County Hospital this Qeoiue: Flynn Jr. and Sunday.Mrs. \Wesley Service Guild! in :i The burning of cut-bags Is not : reasons English classes are set School were without water fo. funds for the fiscal year t itaa.

.. week include: Ernie Don Pat :laughter. Neva Jayne, Mrs. !!. O. B. Bennett re'Hrned :Macclenny Sunday afternoon.Mrs. i I a part of the program. Nationally up on the basis of two clock .
SS SS. ] ,iy. LH'wrence W. Batten Tames Phillips Jr and daugh- Sunday.] from two weks W :M Wlinberly of One possible explanation of I hours during which the teacher I
A\ a Oladj- L. UnderhlM. Mrs "i-r. Che.-yl. and Mrs. accrue 'visit with relatives in M.u.on I Baitow spent the weekend I fire at. the ga.rb.atie dump i 1' ( I has a maximum of 25 stu -
II IS.. .. (,11 nlty irenry! Robert B :*lynn Sr attended the wed- with :Mrs.. Peat I Sauls and that so-called! "pickers" net Continued From Page One) dents. The course contains

Snyde: Jfssr3./ Ricks Mrs. iiiB of DuPont Murphy to Cu.Mr.: and :Mrs.\ Charlie Wooci-i friends and relatives. She wan fire to the waste matter Including recognized as the first president grammar, literature spelling '

S Ituldah P Lee! MM. Beatrice 7arolyn Brnnnsn: In Qalnesllle and family of Lake City visited accompanied by Robbie Hugh II large quantities o>' of the U.S. and a Revolutionary vocabulary composition, readIng .FISIIiNG CONTEST
I S Ci.Iffia. Mr-s.! Devcrly Bryan. Saturday aftern:>Dn. Neva Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Woodson es who visited Gene Pu.ss. paper in order to facilitate War general comprehension, work-

I S. Sylvia T. Norton! :Mrs Grace 'ayne and Cheryl passed out Runday.( % :Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar their search for sc-rap metal. Washington's first love wai study skills, creative writing

S.S Page, Mrs. Bessie L. Carter ICP bags.John Mr. and, :Mrs.! W. W. Sellers and family have I It would be a matter for the the farm. He wan one of the and other work related, to the
S.S Bruce A. and Pimeln Tucker Artixmn of the UnlvcrItv of Burlington, N. C. will moved. to the Powell home! at court to determine the city' first In the nation to practice language area. The last 3C

S all of Staike; Ralph. U. Tillls of CeOI'gl1AthenM, Ca. be weekend. guests of :Mr. and 1.-525 E. Call street.. Mrs. Mary and the county's responsibility contour planting, crop rota- minutes of the two hour per- /j Register Now
Keystone Heights, Mljs Cath 'Ill be home for the weekend.Mr Mrs. Claude Crow'won. B. Powell has moved Into a for rontiollliiK( fires on t1 lnH, fertilization and other I iod is devoted to supervised" ,
S S .-..Ine Sellers and John T. Reddish : Fred CJuy of dalnen- Mr. and Mr Wilbur Woods house. trailer at the rear of the property even though soil ;conservation" and Improve. study.It March
From
S 'oi Lnwtey: and Hlrla- Pie was visiting,: her mother. of Live Oak were Sunday visitors the Powell property facing they did not actually start thr went nrograms. is our firm belief that to'' \ 1
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S S I J, demons of Lake Dut1 .r h.... A. Z. \aMnn. Monday of Mr. and Mrs.: Travlc BcHnont. Road. :Mrs. Lucian fires In the normal 1 operattor Membership! in the FFA I Ir effectively" meet the need. In''

S Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Spea .\ ',\I"I.1'1\! Woods and Mr. and Mrs Conner has purchased and of the. project. made! up of ntndenta of vo- the language area of our curriculum Thru Labor Day

S .t' Jiwere vlsltlnpr friends l lTavores II> :Mr. ami Mrs.!! Oiilton: Chasiln > Curtis: Ix-e. moved 1 into the Terwlllpjar: I If the court grant tlr cntlnrml agriculture In hlgl that the tcacbci
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S.S S.S. on Tuesday ..ftan. : <1 :Mi1" anti M's., Mrs. Gene Long and daughter house nt 1511 E. Call Street, county's request for a sum- school. The organizations. activities must not be overloaded. The \ I> qualified to enter you
Misses Rose Marie Starlinnnd Jill T 1'c-v' .\'.- visiting, Mr and Mrs. E. J. Howling and Mr. and Mrs.' Vernon I mary final Judgement in it' are designed to develop course and the time allotmenthave "

S.I S.S Carol Farr graduate1 sad MIM p wov Warren In Sr. spent the weekend with Crosby nnd family of the favor next FrIday. tt would! rural leadership nn<< been scheduled to sufflclently D [ ,fllllh prior to catching it
S.I from Massey Business Collcg lavannuli U i over the wee It.md. Mr. and Mm.\ R. M. Leo in State Farm have moved Into leave the City of Starke a* good citizenship snd to stimulate stress what we conlently -, !
In Jacksonville on Wednesday I Lakeland the Conner house on Bayless! the sole defendant In the suit the student to better arhlevement : stress what we consider ,: 71t You will not be eligibl

Miss Diane Supp 1 of Lawtej Mrs. J. F. Ellerbee of Panama Highway, which they are buy- I In hU study an1 one of our weakest areas. I after fih In
5S : caught.
5a 5I graduated' last week City and Mrs. MlrleIc: ing. to work toward successful The teacher is able to work I

", >' Havkl of Gainesville were vi.s- JUl' and 1\11'8. C. R. Haddock, I IBM Machine establishment of farming and I effectively with a small number :
SI ;> lUng their mother Mrs. T. D. and family visited Rev. nnd other agricultural occupations of children f 731 during th' .So Register Now!

ISI ,, l)yal over the weekend.! Mrs. Luis de Area In Lakeland I: Writes Payroll Officer of the local organisation lay and, therefore, can give
I Mr. and Mr. Al Harley HIi recently.! : are: time to the Individual need. PRIZES FOR LARGEST
I FLORIDArHEATRE i and family of Merritt Island Mr. and Mrs.. L. O. llazcn i Starke Chapter: Wayne of the students in the class i
S. visited! relatives in Orlandoover (Continued From Page One] room. BLACK BASS
It.: I spent the weekend with their CJemons. president; JohrO i
i parents Mr. und Mrs. Barney the weekend.Mr. I I motion given it." he nays. IS I McRae, and Mr. and Mrs. Har- and :Mrs. W. H. Noll- The data processing machine ., secretary; Robert ORADE STATE-WIDE TEST I 1st-.$25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle

55S | icy Jr.John. man spent the weekend, In I I I is much faster, more Starling/ reporter; Arhur INC PROGRAM hat indicate I

S ) Wagner of Daytona South Florida on business! *, and I I accurate, and Involves "fewer Douglas treasurer: Ray" Williams that our students!! drop we)' i I 2nd -$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle
S -- j: Beach was the weekend guest visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H1' headaches" Payne nays than sentinel and Ronnie below the average ninth grader I

a S 4S p I IOf Mrs.: E. C. :Morris and Miss Boyd In St. Petersburg and I humans doing identical work Whitehead chaplain. In the state. We are no'concerned ENTER NO\V -

S OPENING TIME I Sue Morris. Mrs. Fred flee in Sebring. It a change Is needed on any Bradford Chapter" : Billy primarily with Improving

I MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 1 Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Mrs. Panol.i :Mltchum of I specific piyroll check as will G lgrr. president. ; Otis Mel the scores of our students -I PRIZE FOR LARGEST
S 6:45 P. M. Rae and funnily of Lake City' Atlanta Ga. 1 t.* visiting Mrs. be necessitated every month ton. vice-president: Billy Red.< on this and other test' I
S. aS visitors of Mr. W. G. Halle' for several duys. I I but rather it) seeing that trier SPECKLED PERCH
SS 'p SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2o: were Sunday for some, Itlk, \ !!". only secondsfor ding secretary; John Sanford
S and Mrs McRae Sr anti fam- Local beauty operators attending the machine to punch out I reporter: Bobby Prevntt receive adequate training In''
a I Illy. the beauty show nt I a new card. I treasurer: John Norman sentinel order to compete. successfully 'I $10.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle
a. Wed., Thurs., Fri. Feb. 24, 25, 26 | Mrs. Roy J. Andrews and the Robert Meyer Hotel. In But some time will still be anti they Alday. chap- In the adult world for jobshigher :

I 'family of Jacksonville were Jacksonville on Sunday or Involved,._. people. will still I ''aln.I education, communlca-1: ENTER NOW, -
S S visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. ,OUunxby Monday were One Hutchlns, I have to round up the infor.majlpn tlve skills and self expression

:: .At/omamcou1d: 1iIk on Sunday. Lorraine. Champion. Kll.abethSeynYour .. '.., \ ,&o1Vci<, ; ,.thl!. .jrjarhlne Negro Farmers One noted writer ha, said/
S I a I I Mr1, nhd 1\Ir1f'L? A. 1/uvln Sarah LawHon; "T- and locate. the old card in the "The Enqllsh< language Is our I "'. Carry A Complete Line Of

S .a: feel- him across i I and Mrs. K. K. Ferryman attended rene Mobley. Rosha Smith, tiles, Payne! ,says. '!To Meet Monday most precious cultural inheri'
S S o room. the diatrlct UDC meetIng Mattie :Morgan! Klouisn: iHidd. The date processing machine tance". With this In mind our'
S In Jucksonvllle. last Fri j Ida Sue Alvarez Euna Pollard I U used* mainly to keep I I Negro farmers of Bradford: I task becomes very important FISHING TACKLE,

.I. YDONGBLOODHAWKE day. Mary Noegel and Keith ,,1111 kinds of business records! |I County will meet with Cuuni There must ba. among our

S S ; I Mr! and, Mrs. Proctor Snow Reddish. I and recordings, and ta prepare i ty Agent/! O. T Hugglnd anti students an awareness! that
S of Dublin Cla. are guests this Mrs. Marion Howe and son and receive Information In I Market Manager Phil Cronk- their. command of the English!

S week of Mr. and Mrs. L. I). of Lock port, N. Y are spending 'I the format punch cards forcomputer. bite In the Anderson Junior! language U vital There must

All tht blliltr-htst :ar lh"b..,..lllnQ novel! thai eorehtu: : th.J.t Set! i; Vining. three weeks nt their ,I .. The punch card High School cafeteria Monday be which a structural program Starke Builders
:Mrs. Fay GUI was the weekend home In Pinchaven or II: cat'd or unit recordIs night.: March 1. at 7:30: o- serves and meets thedefined

II guest of Mr. and :Mrs.' sion. the small,.rectangular card c-lock need. Though thelOr'thlnn
JAMES H1WISCUS' SUZANNE PIESIIETTE.GENEVIP/E/ PACE =n;SSIStIIf Raymond Prescott of Tulltihoma -I Mr. anti Mrs. SlIbdIVI.1 I \with holes "which people still Purpose of the meeting be done they are not
will be to discuss the marketIng enough( It still remains that
rington of Cocoa -
-TI1fiQRioI.IJ Tcnn. at Jekyll Island, think is so mysterious. Payne SUPPLIES INC.at
I C.ll. day afternoon visitors of :Mrs.' any*. ,, of vegetables the spring tholconcemt"1" must put .
I I Gladys Harrington. .1' planting program and otherr I forth an extra effort to help
I Bonny Williams. of Savan- Eventually, it Is hoped that
I SATURDAY .- FEBRUARY 27 mutter remove this "educational bot S.A.I.. Depot Phone 961-420 j
I nah Ga. IM upending this wetlk Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tan- personnel and property records -r concerning vegetable
I with hi. patents. Miami Mrs.. ner of Baldwin ware visiting for alt bf'rtrartYord County production In the .rea. Alii I I
I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM i Mack Williams before report. :Mrs. J. II. Fields Sunday af will be kept with the dataprcwesstnu I Negro farmers no matter i I II
I ternoon. j how .small or large their acre I
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Ing to Lackland Air Force ( machine Even now I
Mrs. J. F. : i age.. are urged to attend this
base, Texan! on Saturday for high school students under
9Ai-r1\ HX! months.. duty. Fred. Graudon.ftlooclNorthrrll'j Payne who could greatly. Increase I important meeting

I !, Mrs. Wesley Andrews.) visit- ry Godwin his salary If he chow I'

oil :Mr and Mrs. S. R. Roberts' gene William! in to work In private' industry $621 Damages WhatBuy

and Mrs. N E.;: Roberts |.n Wednesday.. BruntiWIC'k'l are" keeping BILS's daily ab- 1 Asked
Lake Butler on Sunday. Mrs. W. H. srntepsi' on the. .. -mnehlne a' In Suit

_Lii 555=::r Mrs. J. M. Spears of Ash- spending/\ week with her son- writ as making out the pay- Against The CityA
laml I Ky. is in-law and daughter. Mr. and roll.

Plus week of Mrs. J. W. Klncnjd Mrs. I.'nnlll'lIl1an1s, in At. Payne Is tnatrurtln. at pi-en-j, suit claiming 162150 In A
I and Mrs. O L. Ileiasley.I lanta. Go | ent two classes In data pro- |I damages! has boal'n1..1\ l In

IPRANK:! DEANII.allllMIRIIN _ 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo nibblns. Sam Winters of Madison. I ceasing! The classes emphasize I!i circuit court here by Lester
and family of Palutka were and I Mrs. Emma Pinner of wiring! the boards. or elec- | T. Crews against the City of

Sunday visitors. of Rev and Granby, Mass were. house tried circuits which feed. the !i !Starke."til .
ANITA URSULA Mrs. John R. Brabham. guests last week. of Mr. and. machine information and operating plaintiff owner of !

EKlENO'ANDflEG Dr, ami Mrs. I 11.V.. Whlffen Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. the machine a> well as Mitchell's Drug Store. claim :
and daughter, and Miss Chrls- and Mm. Larry Kuhnof data processing' procedures. t that damage to an air! conditioner -

dwOTeMNsai i VICTOR BUONOwiwftsiooGts r 'S [ TEDDISHERMA! N""R" SERT AlDRICH ta Joellennp-ck. and Miss GabyI Fowlervllle, Mich are I Training/ received by the" I in his store 'resulted
i Pueti of Jacksonville Thursday overnight guests of when the city's electric cur-
W I visited students at BUS will
I "S E.= ROBERT AlDRICH TBCHNICOLOU Prom WANCIS ""09.
S tho Ravine Gardens., Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Phil Oonkhlte I them to gain a nabl"l rent fell to 70 volts and burn- With Beauty And Efficiency All
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.- Mrs. C Y Mayo of Tampa
ed
lleach, ansI St. Augustine on the field. of data out the machine.
Sun."Mon. Tues.-Feb. 28 Mar. 1 2 spent Friday to Thursdaywith .
Sunday which Payne says U "young It. V Knight U attorneyfor Its Own
Mr. anil Mrs. T. It Shade her Blstr, Mrs. Mamie wide open and has a real future Crews.PUntle _ -
r "Tony Curtis "Natalie) %Wood and Mrs.. ClydeSinclair spent Lou Eklwardt.!: They spent the ." A course such as the ..-
weekend In Atlanta. Ga. with
the weekend. with Mr. ami one offrrrd at BUS as part of Now This All
Henry Fonda I Mrs. Needham Hurst in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and a new vocational program Notebook $:I.G at the d Q"
I Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Edward. --
They were accompanied by would cost a student as much TELEGRAPH.: _- __-_ AUTOMATIC HARDWICK
Lauren Bacal! I Mrs. Alice Anderson who v ttvd Mr. and Mrs. Drew) Reddish -
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and Mr.
i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johns family were visiting
Mel Ferrer I and Mrs. It. \0\'. in GAS
,p i ton. Mrs. Anderson's mother Royu'er RANGE
? i I Tlfton. Ga. over tho weskentl.I .
Mrs. Dora Burton returned ,
with them for an Indefinite .9T

visit.Mr. I Officials For
I and Mrs. Levon Andrews I

JjjlM Andrews and attended Mr. and Mrs.the wedding Ouy Due Monday -.. Your \ ;:; Only 139

of th"|r nlore Mlits. Martha r'-L-t VacationCottage
.;.an.u-. .- -,. ..s.w.aouIp ...COUNT BASIE and HIS ORCHCSTRAffiEl* Andreas, to Louis Vogue
in Morrlston last Saturday Limited Time and Limited
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** Wed. Thurs.-March 3 4 evening.Mr. VV.T.
and :Mrs. Paul Or Supply 1 at this Low Low
CrawfordJr. fast. at 7 1 a. m.. attend Classen' Price Easy Terms
-- of Cocoa have' moved tholr | front a a. m. to 4 p. m. witha
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f Amerlea'a first rrdq trailer to the senior Crawford break for lunch. Supper will DreamHome

woman President home where they will reside.. be at 3:30 with l lights .
: p. m Made Gas. offers 'ou the widest Detection?
..,..nd look who'sS Mr. and )11' John Aimisand > or all famous name brand
'' out at 10 p. m. on weekdaysand I
I r the new "(: -- Mr. and Mrs. J. Massey i I II I p. m. on weekends. REASONABLE:" : PRICES ransex in this entire area llardwick. Caloric. no .r. Tappan .
I "First Lady"! j all at Great Savings to our customers .
j Come, in
MONEY
S '" of Columbus. Ga. were weekend I There will be no Saturday NO DOWN: today.
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guests'" of Sen. and :MrS.. classes but the boys will be VA-FIIA (O r Conventional Financing

: rred m.iifMui'raYl ,;:., : Charley Johns. kept occupied: : with studies DOZEN OF. PINS TO C1100i41FROM
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Mc-
hobbles athletics and field
n i'oIyBcre1! !; __ Colskey of Lake City visited trips. Sunday wilt be a day of Free Specialized Plan Service Quality .And Service i

: her mother, Mrs. Annie Hoillngsworth relaxation with the youths FREE ESTIMATES

: Sunday IIft""rnoon.1 free to attend church participate Call Collect EV 7-1665 '
: ,1t Kisses fcr President
U 1 nry Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Holton I In sports or perhaps SLADE GAS

..-- were In Ttfton. Ga. Sunday visit their' homes' If they live BETTER BUILDERS, INC. O F STARKE"AGE

: ARLENE DAHLiw UAmvdEU WALLACH.w. ;; m visiting :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. close enough in the area P. O. \\la\ 6100 Jacksonville :5. Fla.
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Whlddon !Movie will be shown on Sun .
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FEB. :93.! J961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELt: \<:AIt 10. 8TARKR. FLORIDA rAGE THKEB



Reception Given In Woman's Club I Lovely Shower Cub Scouts Enjoy Starke Rotarians Shrine Club lon will be the Potentateand

Divan of Morocco
For Mr. And Mrs. Keith Gillingham :At.Norman Home Blue And Gold Observe 28thAnniversary Sets Annual Jacksonville. Temple,

'For Miss Ross Dinner MeetingThe
Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Sale, Out-of-town guests Included Banquet Tuesday

Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Miss 1 Mrs. Thelma Steele, Mrs. I Plastic Notebook 3.21 at
District Starke Shrine Club
who
-- Miss *ruthY ROM. whose The Blue and Gold banquetof The man was The
Jean Mundy entertained at a Gladys Canova. Mrs. Robert time the will hold its annual dinner Telegraph.
I at Um
Governor
GLADYS MOOTY marriage: .J Harold Cherry Cub Scout Pack 70. In celebration !
lovely reception Saturday evening Kelly Mr. and Mrs Orion Davis -
will be an event of Saturday of the Boy Scouts of Staike Rotary Club was meeting for members and
Phone at the Starke Woman's all of Gainesville; Mr. In guest wives in the Garden Res>' .
I 964-0651 evening was honored. with a America anniversary, was held chartered! 1937 was au 1OTICMNotice
Club honoring Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Warren Williams of lovely bridal shower last Tuesday! evening In the Starke speaker when the club celebrated rant at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. !I. huroby clvan that I.
Keith Gllllngham\ who were recently Lake City: Miss! Virginia Tom- William A. who
Beta Sigma Phi [Surprise Party i Thursday evening given by Elementary cafetortum. Its :28th anniversaryat 75. McDanleJ. wasconvicted
In the Circuit Court
: married. linson and Howard Tlllla of
Holds 1 I Mrs. A. Russell Norman. Mr*. The five dining table for the regular\ mt'E'UnWld.\ The following new officers or Oran*. Count Florida, at
Rush PartyAt Is Given AtCronkhite 'I Guests were greeted at the Palatka; Mrs. John Yates of the. rail. ..
term
T. B. Harding. Mrs. J. II. Du the five dens were each decorated nesday In the Garden Resta will be installed at this time: th mof, A. 1t.
door Mrs. A. Y. Valdosta Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Impel\ I of the urfi-nn of and
by Covlngton rape
Clark Home HomeMr. I I Pre. Mr J. V. Crosby !Mr\ commemorating famous urant. W. J. Dodd, president; Carl ..nt.n>'.il lh..r rue tn Lit.. will
and Mrs. Charley Johns and Jack Sale Mlsa Jacque Sale Paul Raymond, Mrs. John C. persons whose birthdays fall Mlllard Dnvld.ton now director Harton vice president; E W. "|plv fur cl.in.ncy, to the State

i The Hampton Lake home and Mr. Phil Cronk presented to the receiving line of Blountstown.. Mr. and Mrs. Oreene Mrs. Ouy Sale, and In P'\brulfYn nr,. Wads- of the Property Management Hayes! ,treasurer! ; and John ..Heard Klorl.lu... of al I'anlonn, It'. next, Tallahitiw.regular. i.

n of Mra. Connie Clark was the hUe and Mrs., George Uu.ir\Julj composed of Mr. and Mrs. Sale Purvis Hazen of Ocala Mr. Mr. E. D. Tenly Sr. worth Longfellow Charles Division of the State I SlmpHon, Mtcretary. meeting.

I acme Monday night of the I I gave a delightful surprise I Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Gillingham, and Mrs. John B. Sapp and The party was given at the Lindbergh Thomas Edison Road Department told the Special !guests! on this oeca- William A. MoDanl.l
the honored' couple, Mrs. Mun Miss Brenda Sapp of Daytona (Applk-ant)
annual rush party of them birthday party Saturday evening I Norman home 01'E.. Call Babe Ruth and George Wash- club It was good to be back I 1,35 St SIt
of Beta dy and Miss Mundy. The receiving Beach. Mrs. Jim Stith and that he of
Gamma Theta chapter for Mr. Hngglna and I Street where the guests were ington. was proud

;r Sigma Phi sorority. Mrs. Bob Taylor. line stood In the loungebefore \ and daughter Terry of Ma- greeted at the door by Mrs. Bill Shiner Neighborhood. having/; been District Governor s

Mr James C. Saunder: N. the fireplace where the con. :Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ches- at the time the club here
The Cronkhite home on Norman and presented to Commissioner, and J. E. Tom-
Mr*. Chris Parker Mrs. Jam- Walnut Street wan decoratedIn I mantel held a fan-shaped arrangement hler of Keystone Heights Mr ROM and Mr*. Malcolm 1\11&1 llnson. Cub Master passed was chartered. NURSERY PLANTSSEET

r mi Lawson Mrs. Charles Hicks. a circus theme with crepe of pink gladioli and Mrs. VI. Coker, Mr. and sister of Mr. Cherry. Quest' out the following awards: Special. recognition given

Mrs. Charles Frances. Mrs. paper streamers and balloons stock, mums, pompoms and Mrs. Comer Perryman, Miss I, were then Invited Into the living Bobcat-David Sweat; Wolf- to charter member of the

Philip Clark. Mrs. Freddie strung from the light fixturesin baby breath flanked by two Martha Weldon, Miss! Judy room to sign the guest Terry Gaines: Bear Brad club four of whom are still

o Stephens, and Mlle Carol. Mc- the party rooms and attractive three-branch silver candelabra Anderson, Mrs. J. E. Joaey book and to see the many I Carter and Blake Hamilton; active members: W. H. Ore

t 1ae were honored as rushees. arrangements of aialeas holding burning pink tapers. and son Johnny Jimmy lovely wedding gift displayed Oold Arrow under Wolf ham. C. II. Naiworthy. E. L.

s They were presented with at points of interest. The At the end of the receivingline Blacksh.ar.'ayne Torbett there. Freddie Rhoden. CharlesHoltarndorf Matthews and A. J. ThomasSr.

small gifts u mementos ot I refreshment table was covered were Mrs. Mattle Gaha- all of Jacksonville; Miss Judy The party room were decorated and Terry Other charter memoes Home owners* and builder<< *--Come out and aee our
Jones of Punta Oorda and
Mrs. L. Q. Miss
the occasion. with a white damask cloth: gan. Powell. Mrs. E. with beautiful flower Guinea; Silver Arrow under attending the huicheon but Azaleas
plant and Camellias
I D. Mrs. W. Colleen Poucher, Miss Beverly I now in full bloom
J. Klncaid
Entertainment consisted of and centered with{ a birthday Tenly arrangement using the pink Wolf- Terry dairies. Jimmy who are no longer m..mbtoral
Local selection by high cake holding candles for both and Mrs. Logan Baldwin. Mrs. Wlnn. Miss Merry Miles, and and white color motif. The and Mike dlsjiy and Freddie of the Starke club were L. A. and bud Over 100,000 nice plant t to select from;
1. F. Oink Ins, Mrs. Lex Green Edwin Edgin of Cocoa. Azalea* and camellias] specially priced I INpeclal
school singing group. Member honor guests table was covered with an Imported Rhoden: Silver Arrow under Davis of Staike Col 11. C.

of the group were Marian The 18 attending Includedthe Sr. Mrs. R. F. Demorest and cutwork cloth, centered -' Benr- Stan and Greg Red. Wall of St. Augustine and T -Oal. CaeAZALEAS

Green Tonda Dixon I extension service members Mrs. T. T. Long Invited the Mrs. Newsome with a tall arrangement of dish; Den Chief cord were K. McCUne. of Oiitneavtlle.,

Janell Pollard. Cathy Hitchcock and their families.. All guests to the tea table. Recent Fielder's whit azaleas. and liven to Stanley day. Jamie I w 50c
Bride
Patty Blgham, and Joan I the guests wore party hats The beautifully appointed Rubra camellia In a silver Holbrook Harland Jennings. Mail Carrier lMl.. Can '

Williams.] They also received and comic gift were presented table was covered with an Imported Is Honoree and crystal epergne' flankedby and Bryce Tttiu. The Pack BOXWOOD

, gifU from the sorority.A to the honorees. The children cutwork and embroidered silver candelabra holding charter was given, to Rev. J. Retires In Union i! 60c

red' and white color played party games during cloth and centered by a pyramid } .. John Mack Newsome, pink tapers A silver punch R.I Brabham a* head of I Nice! Out.. Can

,scheme was lined In decorating the eVt'nlngwhile the arrangement of pink and a recent bride, war honoredat bowl at one end of the table the sponsoring organiseMnn Roan J. Turner of Lake ,

the house. A buffet-style grownups visited. white gladioli Plnorchlo pompoms. a lovely' 'bridal shower was nestled In a silver tray or ,. Mr. Shiner. also present- Butler retired recently! after L1GUSTRUMNUel w 75c

dinner was served and place I Kwebuds and baby : Tuesday evening at the home fern and pink asalra Silver 'of 1 the Pack with the Honor serving :39: years at! rural mall (1..1.l. CanVIRBINUM

settings at Individual table! I breath. i of Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Hostea- tray and. compote held nut, Unit certificate 100 per cent carrier In Union County anJ .
50c
.
carried out the red and white PUttle' Notebook $Z.t at the Balancing the arrangementwere ..a were Mrs. Lawson. Mrs. cakes and dainty sandwich: Boy' Life certificate, registration i I was awarded a clt..lIolfrom.

TELEGRAPH.Seh. two five-branch silver i George Anderson, Mrs. Maxie The hostesses presented banner, and pack cha.trr. the Post Office Department"for I' S'EAST
them
.u. candelabra holding burning)i Carter Sr., Mrs. R. A. Green Mia Ross with the coffee pot Mr. Shiner showed a film I devotion to duty In the PALATKA HOLLY 1.50

il pink tapers and decorated with Jr., Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mr. i to her china and a lovely strip and tilde of the Baden.Powell course! of an honorable. -

cascades. of pink rosebuds. Presiding I Charley Johns. Mrs. Ewell I corsage of Pink Perfection camellia camp site near Melrose career" In the postal! seivU-e.' For nnrlil-.Thnie Are Nice Heavy Tree

1)1 at
services were Mrs Carl Sapp. and Mrs. Hazel Ritch. occasion. .were entertained by three PTA I a I
for his. 'a' 10'PECAN
General record of :35
Mrs Russell. Norman. Mrs. C. Artistic arrangement of About SO friend ''J01I1dthl. boy. Wendel and Thomas

If. Nasworthy. and Mrs. J. A, pink camellias and axaleaa .. delightful affair with Johnson and Benny Geiger year of driving, on rural TREES 7.50

Griffin. were used' to advantage in Miss Ro.a.Luncheon. I, .who played several number route without an accident.
"This actually constitute FIG 75c'to
The two round punch tables decorating points of Interestfor on harmonica, baa guitar, approximately TREES 3.00

at each side of the room were the party. The tea tableIn Given and fiddle. :300.000" milt of Egg ('Wn Kite *. 4' Ran
aft driving, the citation
.a f .J i covered with white organdy the dining room was cov- Den Mother were recognlied -
aatd. PALMS. 2.50 5.00
over white satin cloth. and ered with a beautiful beige' For BrideelectAt : Den I I. Mr*. Maxle Carter ,
.
centered by silver punch bowls hand crocheted cloth over Andrews Home Jr. and Mr*. Thomaa Hamilton commenting on his long Ual. (tin s' /' ", : 'I

around which of end of the ; Den 3, Mr Phil yars of service Mr Turner
were garlands beige satin. At one Cronk.
e ...11 I that he wore out 18 cars DOGWOOD 1.50
pink camellias. Presiding at table was a crystal punch Mr. Floyd Wiggins and hlte.; Den 3. Mrs Drew Ked- [ ,
MIN the punch bowl were Miss bowl surrounded by fern In- Mr. Ltvon Andrew entertained dish and Mrs. Dolph Reddish: In hU :35 year of postal service "Nllvrr' and lied- 10' '

e Martha Weldon. Mrs. John B. terspemed with pink camellias, at a delightful lunch Den 4. Mrs. Charles J. Fuqua MAPLE 4.00
'I Mr. Turnte married Miss
Bapp. Mrs Bob Ferguson Mrs. which extended In a garlandto eon last Thursday at the and Mr. John dill: Den II.I .

Trvan Covlngton<< Mrs. Robert on. corner> of the tab).. home of the latter on W. Mr. Carl S. Sowell and MraO'sld '' Phyla Renfroe In 1917. s .10' f

Kelly and Miss Judy Ander Receiving the 60 guests. at Madison Street hoitJrlnj their Williams\ I REDBUD, 6'e 4.00

3'r the door were Mrs II A. nelce. Mil a.olr h.l Andrews: On 'iim-lred and fifty per- I Friday HearingFor

son.At other points of Interestin Lawson Mrs. Jeue. 1"ewsome. of MorrltUri.. : .1.e mu U*. "tnt,,% attended; the banquet. LegislationA CHINESE ELMS 4.00

the club house were potted and Mrs. John Mark Newsome. to Louis .''''11. of Walloon%\ I '

'err }@bptn palms and greenery againstthe The hostesses presented the was an event of Saturday Elementary PTA hearing on proposed local Open' 7 Day A' Week

background. The guest honoree with a set of matched evening. legislation for the 19HS
c 8KB; Unlit NUHSKUY: AND PLANTS. NOW!
book table was covered witha sheets and pillow rases. a* a The buffet table was" : ':')Vl'r- P'v William Reynolds of legislative: session, will be held

white organdy over satin memento of the occasion. ed' with a cutwork clulh ant Welrndnle!! J artist Church will,, at 10 a. m. Friday March S,

cloth and held a single! silver centered with a silver candelabra -' poik on "Th Effect of TV in the courtroom ot the Brad 0. C. CARNES

candle holder with a pink Neva j Payne, Flynn I holding white taper on Tour Children". at the. I ford County courthouse ,

candle and decorated with a and entwined with redbud. Starke Elementary PTA meeting Sen. Charley E. Johns and

] spray of rosebuds and smlla Has Birthday PartyLittle The dining table were centered next Tuesday at 7:30: p. Rep. A. J Thomas Jr. .will

Caring for the guest book w..... with a lr.gle tail antique m. In the cafetorlum. hear the prcnx>sals of all Individual NURSERY

I Mrs. W. II Johns and' < Miss Neva Jayne Flynn candle holier with a whit and group who

Brenda Lewis. celebrated her fifth birthday taper and also entwined with New Library are Interested. In having local

Assisting In serving< and Tuesday afternoon when her redbud. Bridal place card bill passed" at the 1 UdS( session 2.1 Mile brut; on Highway lOO.nt Flornhome

mother MM. Oeorge Flynn the seating arrangement .
caring for the guests were marked Books i
$ J k M.... G. J. MoGrtff ST., Mr. Jr. gave a party for her and for the U guest Appeal

Earl Mlles Mrs. Robert Green. forty friend .at their home onE The hostesses presented the To Students

Mrs. J. n. Om. Mrs. H. L. Call Street hcorre, with a silver tray a*

81>"... Mrs.. J. E. Josey Mr. An attractive pink and a memento of the occasion The Public Library flu received -

J. II. DuPre. Mrs Ruby Johns white color scheme was carried I Mr*. Ann Shult of Urook- a number of books

Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Mrs. Cur. out In the party decora-paper I er assisted In ..: Ing. which will be of particular Interest
with '
tlona crepe
tls Lee Mrs. James Dennis. to high school itudents I r I
'0 Mrs. II. H. Adams, Mrs W. streamer and balloons strung Juniors Sponsor Among these are: I 1
In the party rooms. The pink c
H Hart Mrs. H. M. Hatcher table Man Time, and Fossil ,
linen covered refrrshnont Contest
Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mrs. Edward Sewing t Ruth Moore
was centered by a beautifully
Hall Mrs Paul BrUlgea. 1001 Questions Answered
decorated: birthday cake The Junior Woman' Club
Mrs. A L. Drown. Mrs JohnCreene. About Earth Science -R, MPearl .
lilt THE BF.AOIIS MADRAS\ and die. yourself topped by fare candles. Mra will have a sewing contest at .
Mrs. Dorothy Palling
O. J. McOrlff Jr. presided at I March meeting Mondayevening FAMOUS
: the
big helping of compliments in this put-cut bra bodies: ) Mrs. Myldred Cuttlno Mrs. Building Blocks of Th Unl.
the punch bowl. at' o'clock In the
And boy-leg shorts. All cotton in size S to 1$. $15.99ST.IUU'S Prod Wstterson Mrs. Charles verse, tile And Energy, The< I(
Comic book favor were club house
Sawyer. Mrs. L. H. Jennings I Human Body., and The 0.. \.WRANGLER
given to the Burst Mr*. T O Members will" model thrlr .
Mrs. Rufus Hatchings.< Mrs. relic Code--all by Isaac Al- .
RJteh Jr. took pictures during own creation and anyone
1 i Paul McLendon. Mrs Chsrl. mov.
hours.Mr call Mrs.Dew.yne GOIS
the party wishing to enter may
{ : Darby },fn. F II Beard. ., The Machinery of The Body
n'l *. Flynn was assisted by Elder! or Mr Charles
FASHION LEADER: { Amy Frandl. Mrs. John ) )'tr.. Robert Turner Mrs. J. flswyerHotes -Anton J. Carolsoit t\ KNEE PANTSIn
I ler. Mlas Dolores Hardy and Fiction
E. Denmark, Mrs James Phillips chairmen for the ,
Inc. II Misses Ilea Walters Marian. I Other current arrival areA
Ij Jr and Mr. OeorgeFlynn evening ..111... Mr*. R. A.
Green. Melody CutUno, Janet Clouded Star Anne Pr-
I Br.WCTU. Green Jr and Mrs. George True Western Style
I )Hardy, and Lee Darby.iCeatliitl Bhuford rush; A Death In The hmUy-

j Ir If I The executive board will\ James Agee Joyous SeanorvPatrick Choose

MembersHonor Dennis. The Man -- In Newest
I f, ----- -- Spring's
met tonight (Thursday) at I i fro"
.. Irving Wallace This Routh
i
FounderA
.
"': o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Maglo-Mary Btowart; A Bong those Fashion Colors
R.. A. Oreen Jr.Sophomore.
tribute to the founder of of RI.p""C'A.. J Cronin, Colors I
White Lotus-- John llersey. : I
I the WCTU. MUa Frances E.Willard. 99
DanceThe
waa prevented. at a I The Bleeding Land CIU. WHEAT SIZES
I ,
:' meeting< of the Laura Scott ,, BUS Sophomore cJsssI I Lutz; Hurry, Sundown- K OOllden 8 TO 18 JLm

'Union In the Gospel Tabernacle dance Hatur- I JI r&Q.- Haul Bellow: BEIGE
I sponsoring a Rector of JuUn. -Ix>uU Aueh
.
Wednesday afternoon.Feb. day night. after the district i I In"-| .; Julian/ Gore Vidal; LIGHT I A
17 A t biography of Miss basketball tournament pmt Dilly And Sunday -Richard l 'fit; end letting good looit. fine quality Sen-,

WIllard was read by Mra. J. i''In the Armory featuring Powell BLUE ,.,".d denim: completely wetheble. Pic your"

T. Quigley and. Flannel' "Jades. dance band 'h"// !Non Fiction color' from wheat. beige. l li-jW blue, denim blue
graph was presented by ) Admission aGe DENIM
fn'j' Lake City white.
er
I A Nation of Immigrant
i Oehrig depleting the early I
stag and II drag. John r Kenned. Under- BLUE
of this noted woman whose. I i Famous Dan Rlvor
Handing Mual.c--l William rl
ststse stand In the IUD ofFame 1 *
i MYF Hayridc Newman! Democracy* Mach WHITE
j ; *
In Washington. Tl. C Madras Plaid Blouse
1
M feito William O Dnugla.; A
Music for the occasion Included .
I The senior high MYF enjoyed Kind of S..ac--.An. terser
the theme song of the : 'I Colorful' plaid blo.. to wear
a hayrlAe Saturdaynight A of Western Phlloeophy
and History J Wran iler'' tl l W..h
Union, a special eon<< i trw with your <
wrHten In fIN Wlllard's around and Keyston.iMiddleburg State i! Brtrnd Russell; A 'n well. m..d. ,.. in
Lawtry. Handbook of Christian rtast 9o0.p
memory I pUidt. Inner-oute* "b
d loop in a truck drivenby anti
Farm Custm Francis XWeiser.
41 Two new members havebeen Brabh.m.After -- .......* with 901'ge-19. p
R.y J R. Black Like MeJohntoward
added daring the past +'+ Bermuda Cogs 5.
y Iti and
the ride game
) Orlffln. Live of The
month. Gueetei at the meeting enjoyd at I ]I. Also vUbJ. ;
refreshments were 'Jet. Louis Antertneyez.I.ndsr.ping .
hurt week Included Mr*. Gene the II H Adam home on E. I And Outdoor bend n. end BgM groundCOMPLETE

rwlYy McChesner of Washington > print*.
Call Street lJ..lnaJUcha. Prott. Porter -
Mrs. Walter Zvoda of Ash-
sr, fl.eta.h. +,u 'a Ideas and Bulletin' Board
...,.. k ",..na.4.r.a.aet vllle. N. C. and Mls Elizabeth Technique" Kate Coplan,

z: the PalmaR.fr.ehm.mte Armlndlnger! of Park of UDC To MeetThe Children of Adoption -fsrlH YOUR OUTFIT WITH THESE

aA.rtro.re, Buck. flemlnUcence: -

.*" "av* M. VKOMMtr were served W T Week chapter. DrMiflas. MarArthur. My Canvas Oxfords

LOTION | following the program. UDC will meet Wednesday. Aut/jtoiograpriy Charles

March J. at JJO: p. m. at the Chat>IlnJOIH
tXM tMMJ* eU t L D. Vlhtng 2"
Slumber Party tI home of Mr I

.wi .' with Mr. Joe Wilson Mr.. SI AMOI'H!' A'*"V.'
-- / w J I "
Mia Sharon Noted was L. peek Sr. and fre. O. L. I Reg K. and Mary A Smith Ovrcile ....... Jet _.*n wltfc, .

hosUa to the B Squad Cheer I 1 Haynes Sr a* C>>-hoe....... I of Burke have been elected' to teens. ......,..... kete. cad eel
PNSaI
leader slumber | membership wa ore of 84 ..eh ......1_ .I.. _..... r.+avad.e
1 at a party Executive Board Angus Alan. with hwadquar Cash aced .. .M.l, dw.bi..re.. rabbs>

I following the baakitheUl game < ,. I.s.11 ..... W1o.... ,..... 11..t. Ns.. w
STARKE"S FASHION LEADERM. wt Friday night. The ten j lets at a Joseph Mo. Thl Geled .a........ s,_ 4 t* 10.T1L7IAY .
board of the of bag
'trl* attendlnc the party enjoyed The necutlv gomeberihlp wa one
f a pizza supper, followedby Starke Woman' Club win issued to breeder of resister

] I game and gbot atorle met Thursday, March 4. at ed Atoerd. .en.-Angu In the U I

I sluts house. B. &UM month.. -
10 a. m, al &UM I dulng past :



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PM F. _____. DRAtWOTtn rnTTVnr TEtEOnAPW.: BTAUITE.! ",onm" TJtrn D.\Y. ran. 91. 19GJ:
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Edge/ Tornadoes 4440Tiel.S !: 3 For Sentenced Stripping I A Bradford ''Plastic5 :Berry? :



I Piobably In a few year, and have resulted in other a boost when the new "Flor Plastic mulch 1s merely a .
Win Loop Championship I Car Saturday strawbei'rtes will have a new areas in the state producing I ida 90" vailety strawberry was three to four foot wide length I

name-Plastic Berries." strawberries telth higher introduced by Dr. A N. of plastic which covers the
'
I' Three youths were arrested Formeily straw wan used yields 'and better quality. Brooks of the Experiment entire row of plants. The

Lake City s Tigers captured sroip but nine points Friday i Tornadoes will get anoUiei: and jailed eaily Saturday:: around many strawberry Just seven years ago. the, Station. Dr. B. D. Thompson' plants grow through small'

the Florida Star Conference I night but he scored them ) chance at the Tleei Satuidayi morning for snipping a car I plants as a mulch but researchers I strawberry Industry was in a i iI also of the Station was responsible slits evenly spaced -along" the

basketball championship here I when it counted most lie tal-i i nig'ht' tn the Distilct Tournament 3 Cagers Get puked 3.4 miles south ofKeyatone I at the Agriculture i steady decline. Yields were low for adapting the plastic. When 'a -.ow is:ready

last Filday when they edged lied thiee consecutive foul to be played here If they Heljhts on SR-21 in with an average production I plastic.\ for planting a machine moves

H fighting, hustling{; Tornado shots in the third period II| beat Maccleuny tomorrow' I Bradford County of its four' Expel'lment Station have adapted of 2.000 pound* 'per acre. According to Dr S, J Loca- i I along unwinding the plastic,

quint 44-40 in the final min when the Tigers were down I nlRht and if the Tlaers bent 'i All-Area Honors wheels according to the sher a new plastic mulch. Labor requirements were also I scio. who( is conducting pro simultaneously making small

utes of a nip and tuck battle 29-10 then added three field Live Oak Lake City 1 III favored I iff's office after an alert I! The results were surprising high The. Industry received j duction studies with straw-1 i silts. The workers riding on

Jeff Warren a reserve for goals to put them ahead 32- to win the tournament motorist reported the incllent. I beriies. "plastic mulch has a 1 the machine plant the-straw-

ward all year Ions as a senior 31 for the first time In the I I Lake City's B-squad topped Sophomore forward Oreg All three pleaded guilty to number of advantages over| berry plants through the slits

paced the Toinado attack with ; game i' thi., Tornado JV wiuad 5230in ReddLslx, second highest scorer petty larceny before County: Traffic Violators Get Stiff those! areas not mulched The cost of the plastic

13 points. In change of personnel On sheer hustle the Toinadooa the pieliminary The local on the Tornado cage squad Judge T A Yawn Monday Leaching of nutrients by rain mulch is about 170 per acre

last week Coach Bob fought back into the lead JV quint ended the JUllon was named last week in the and were! each sentenced to Sentences From and hrigatlon 13 reduced. Soil ; Because of the plastic
; Yawn
Paine named reserves Warren by four points late in the with a.n even 10-10 rccoid. ji j Gainesville Sun's, second team pay a fine of $360 or to serve ( Judge temperature is also increased I, mulch the strawberry Industry

junior David Sis trunk, and fourth period. 40-30 but could All-Area basketball team I 90 day in Jail. Kenneth L stimulating plant growth dur I has taken on such great

fi-oslitaan Paul McLeod along not maintain it as! the Tlgets Forward Wayne McLeod.j I, Rathman 17 of Jacksonville, One man wan Jailed IUldI'Il"v..rHI j, 233 person had been killed! in Ilnll' cool ('I'lods'hpn growth I IU Importance; by 1973. Florida

with regular guard* Emmett put on a last minute rush i i District Play another sophomore and jun-l and Henry Oradv May Jr, 20 others received stiff highway accidents so far thiaI often very slow. The frul.: I I" expected: to produce 12.5

Akrtdge and Donald Falcon to I making the Red team foul lor guard Donald Falcon received a Lake City welder, paid their fine. In traffic cas-n before I year and that a hospital emi ,.[ is cleaner /generally eliminating per cent of the nation* sup

start the game. three times. The contest end HonoiaJjle Mention i fines and have been released County Judge T. A Yawn'I i ployee nhoiild expeclnlly. be I II the need for washing ply Florida has previously

"Man. they really hustled.. I ed 44-40, Lake City Starts Friday : McLeod ended the season according to Deputy: Sheriff I''I here Tuesday 1 aware of the traffic toll I Kandweedlng! in the bed Is,I produced only 28 per cent of

Coach Paine said proudly. A seven point third period with 294 points and was the I' Robert Ore en. Raymond AHartK Ira Elmer McDuffto' flf. of I Freddie Curtis Browning- eliminated except in the slit the nations supply

Surprising a packed house! I I and a nine point final quarter Toinadoes' leading rebounder. 20. a sailor stationed I I MacclPnny, ( wan lentenced. to,|I wax fined J10O for lmpr/p 8r I where the plant grows, and I'i Areas in which strawberries.

,the new Tornado) five sptukod proved the Tornadoes' downfall Play in the Dlatrlct Basket Reddish had 230 points and at the Jacksonville Naval Air five dayn In JAil upon convicitlon i I filming. and caunlng an nrcl-\ soil moisture Is more constant are' grown In the state Include

by Warren Jumped off to an I None of the regulars all ball Toui'nament will get underway I thrilled fans with his accurate Station was still In jail Tuesday j i of reckless drlvtnjr. >\fcHiiffle ''dent on VS 301 two milen ." :

.. 11-9 first period lead and of whom played four quarters here tomorrow night shooting, both long and short. but was expected to pay was "nest eel by the' north of Lawtov DrownIng Dade County. 530 acres.
kept' Itwell Into the third could come anywhere near ;, at 7 o'clock when Biadlord's Falcon had 170 points most his fine I Highway Patrol after a hifth ,, textlfled that he thought he "In addition, he added advanced )i"growl'r -Palm Beach County. 1.200

quarter The Tornadoes owned I their usual aveinfre. Stl rke's, Tornadoes take on the WlldI ,' of which he scored on long Deputy Green said a motor- peed rhast that endod whom | wns 'on a four-lane highway acceptance of acres

a five point 2318 margin at leading scorer forwa'.d! Wayne I I cats fiom Baker COlin I..)'. outside shots, and Is an ex- tat reported seeing the three he wrecked hla CAr on a grnd-i i! and that he hOld not neen tho cultural 'methods ho! I I Plant City \-jinatee. Ruskln.

halftime and opened it to 10 I Mclod who endr-d the Reason Luke City will meet Live I I Ii Ii cellent ball handler, dribbler, run from the 1933 Chevrolet ed ,roa Include
mulch. These !!
points 29-19 in the third period with 294 points, tallied only i i!' Oak in the second game ; and play maker owned by Peter Jannottl of Another driver, Donald Leroy late. One lane of 301 l.s cloned : -Bradford County 350
before the Tigers began four times. Forward, OiegReddish. 'I'' which ,will begin immediately1! Jacksonville, HH they paused King, charged with'' speedlnf I> duo to construction: work. _soil fumigation for nematodes I}

to close the gap' I who *coed 230 after the opener at approxiI 'I Keystone Cager It on "MR-21. Th Inl'ldpnt1181 ( at 83: mph was lined S2. 0' Jimmy Kail: Cro14"Y.h<>|1' complete soil sterilization acres.

The Thwv's Bd Moore usually points for the season, was ill'''I mately 8:30: Starting at 7'30: .[ reported to the Bradford !| or nentenced. ( to live days in IJail. pleaded t jcailty tn speeding a t better water, fertilizer end I

their big gun. didn'tWILLIAMS and tallied only clx points as p. m. Satuiday the winners Named To Sun's sheriffs' office nn<1 Deputy", An employen at thn University 80 mph at night, was fined soil manay"mnt1': Insect" a more and ) Black HillsPASSION

I did guaid Donald Falcon whosuffered of tho two contests will\ play |I All-Area Team Ashley Brown went to the i of Florida Medical'I; '1V) ) or Riven three day in I regular program of t
disease! control is cart led on
from an aggravated I for the District Championship scene after calling Clay Countv Center. King null ha wa Jail. I II j I I PLAY
This has resulted! tn a 400
There will be no .
infury I 11 deputies from Mlrtdleburg''hurrying for an appointment Judge Yawn withheld .n- '
11 ft Keystone -
Oaiy Cooper per cent increase In the pet ?69RUAKY 71 APRIL IfAT
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Tornado pagers! ended their I [ game. Heights forward has to Intercept the thre* on SR21. at the hospital on FrI 9 when" tence in the flute of Larry)| acre yield of strawberries. '
The Tlgeis from Lak City \ arrested y the Highway Monea Crawford who pleaded I LAKi WALESAMPHITHEATER
regular season play with 7- !
a
the distinction of earning
J E W E 111 Y 13 won-loHt mark and! a are the top-seeded quint In ]1 I I berth on th! onlnesville Sun's The two Clay deputies/ Intrrceptcd trol.Jud I'a-I guilty to reckleaa. driving until In the 1997-58 growing sea
-4// the tournament with th* Tornadoes JUoildd" produced 2.000 p nrOI MANI_ CAtHTuetrfay.
a Yawn told After son.
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conference reioid Lake I I I all-area first team while still the thiec and or- : King that ) a companion case TbiirwUj. SaturdaI >
REPAIRS had a 6-2 loop marie, TheI rated second. I j 1 I a sophomore, rented them jiiwt south of the I II, settled by trial. I pound of strawberries pe: I
I Coach Bob Paine his I 7:3ttf.MiMUy:
/ne-en
MACHINEENdRAVINO I I i The lanky Indian led area Intersection of SR-18 and SR- | | Not irullty plea were" enterej t I acre on 2.000 acres of land

probable staitlng line-up for1tho scorers in mldseason! but I 21 on th.-lr way to Jacksonville Honey Crunch- | by the following and set Now with the new plastic and: : rMEw

Wildcats as senior Jeff I i dropped off to a 20.4 average'I \ from KeyntonA HeightsThey fur trial' on May 3: other cultural: practices yield

SCHOOL JEWELUYDLUIO 7oto .S Wairen. Junior David Sis- I after suffering a leg injury.' were turned over to' Ice Milk Richard Dovle Thomas.rPtklPM have zjomed to over 8.000 VVtd. during March

fS trunk and fieilurtan Paul Mc : tn spite of this setback, however Deputy Robeit Hi'pen at the i driving: Jimmy Ray I pounds per acre on 3.000 acre at 3:00: fM.IlM .
Two of
I nature's !
most per-
I
Leod front with guaidsj!
I. D. BRACELETS up I he managed 429 total srene of the arrent whn he Joiner, recklean driving:: I.en- of lanl: > Week NUiHTLY al :
fecfoO\
Emmett Akrldge and Donald < --milk and honeyare .
I! arrived n few minute. lit lie Bent. Improper and ''ins.ifeequipment .Jit"IMY Irt : F M.f .
points to make all-area. or The rise in productiondoesn't 1 MSTtH
CHARMS, ETC. Falcon or Oreg Reddish In combined to create a new I l
a'' .
:t-ok 666. Stefan Brokas another KH3iirrlri I The car won utilpped. at'ap- fin vehicle; Gordonfnmlera show any signs of leI MOWB t-AHC VW lfi l-
delicious .
frozen .
sudden move last week ""Couch I dessert called w ft and cane star. Disced on proxnrmt( 12:30::\ n.m Satiirliv Honey < upeedingCalvin< : KI- tin... up yet
Paul Crunch Ice ,
Paine started Wan-en. Milk
Slarke. Fl.i.
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I the all-area !second team, and < anil the threw w" .re a Treated i wood Padgett. r ckle drlv-
I Dr E L Fouts, dairy tethnologlst !
McLeod: and Slstrunk axalnattough < i '
Ing and three other
violation
Bill Thles received honorable Aicrtly aft"'r. I I ;
I
Lake City and mow almost of the AII'I'Icultw'oExperiment :
I mention The three had been tn a I Walter Thomas driving while I'
paid off, The Toirnadoes I Station combined (rctoxlrntrrl In Florjdain
Close Out Station party at Swan Lake FrldnyI '
were edited In the final mlnuteft milk honey with a .aurprUt
I. in ,I night. Deputy Green said and I Jii'ljrn Yawn ordered "war-"
I The Indians Ml .apart :
44-40. but led most of Ingredient < the
coconut macaroons -
'rai!>t. for game room
miw the car their I arrest lsne In a
parked on
: the last! half and lost S8-93 '
the and the
% game. Regulars Wayne) came up with ,
OFF number
I in from the lake and deckl-l of cane* where<< defendantii -
: )JVIc-Leod.\ Gene Pass and! Joey: to HallUmI' Monday night I way new taate treat "It tattcs beer's the
Ipd I II failed to Dne.
Reese will probably see much their final game of the sea-1,! tn strip it Jannottl. who good and it's good for you. to appear.' In answer ..
I IKH3 attends\ school in St. J>etf1'8- nummonnenA I
action however I'I son. The new dessert >Js low In fat
: .: OnEQUIPMENT rolled ui> a 36-25 lead ;i,I II burg, wan on his way home in but higher in protein than total bonds cf 09 persons. forfeited for good taste, (
Jacksonville when the cnri
by halftlme but could mnnnge "
most Ice creams he said.
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Recent Births ;I only 17 ,points in the ]lant two i broke clown. The four wheel Although developed Initially gQod fun "

I i periods while Hastings tallied valued nt $RO. were found, In i for 'orlf ,., I I.bru"

; F I S'H I N G Mr and Mrs Wayne Douglas 33, tho youth 1936: Chevrolet Dr Fouts commercial offers his pioduclton.formula I 1 -.. -y I" l UIS
Staike announce the 'II Pro| ""nl to f"r"h' Inxiran
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.. Loading scorers for Key-i I i when they wer* arrentpd by'I to any dairy that wants it.Honf'Y I ,.. ,.iiv..ru*.. on rh. propotvI '
birth of a son Wayne "Edwin: stone were Cooper and Brolca*I the. Clay County deputies I II Crunch ice milk ......,. IInot ..,h..r buol..... "...
Douglas Jr. Fl"b.l1: in can;] .
: on with 16, point etvch. I ILmt 'I tfilnlnr' to 1hi "i>mi, on of th<-
I | alia be made at ,
home ur" It .
Alachua General Hospital.Bradfoid nraiirnrii r'nunir i Il pi|'al ':"r
To St. Jo* .. ,... .., ..
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Activity Heavy i home freezer 'Horn i'ion' Ml i nv l by tin
The Indians also lout 44-39 Here's tlonril of Trn. .ti-*.. lir..1r.. it
County Hospital Iin Feed-Grain I i hOW "ilinty llmplnl. I'.irp. ircflounf
I to St Joseph of 8t Augustine'I IIn
,
Honev .
announces the following Crunrh Iff ;Milk i I'i'' rt.- .f tim rirn.lf." i!
their out of town gnm last ,1 ''miniv IIn.nltol l, in '*f n pV
Sign-up This Year I [:Makp : I Gallon) up
: .
At births't / Friday nhcht.Keystone ; i.n th* H'h d..v..rI.> t '
and I I 2 quarts' rich milk l I. ,
:Mr MIH Leslie E>d ard X 1'JHi. lit Htllrh IIMI<> HI'lir
Jackson Staike. trailed only 22-18 Heavy activity !during the 1 large can evaporated milk .ittfian. I. will h*> '''110110'1)1 upi nth
a da\.lahter'l nt halftlme. but fell to 36-191 1 I '''' !.Ufll.ssj Tilllna Feb 'I first two weeks of the 19M' 't pound honey i'i'I. 11..1. I.'P...... ..,. r" ....
D & W HARDWARE AND Mr. and Mrs Heischtsll Lee going Into tlii.> Jut t peilod AIi 1 I Peed Chain Program "II/nup t / ''a pound sugar: h...... ..n 1110 ...".., IIal',, "
i, HHvaue lallv fell short ,, was reported yesteiday by 3 cU- i' ....,.......... ."ot ot.II...,. ......."....
Johnson St :
SUPPLY STORE ery Marshall.l'ke.Feb a 23 son. Jett- I{I Broke i hit 111 points and |I I June S Chapman ASCS j I ''a pound macaroons ..*t "..&istln r. .iiirrnllv. Injiurrtn' In.* .. fore*.'u.r* .bylh

Mr. and Mis. Stanley Richard i Bruce Moon 12 for the Indiana I County Office !Manaaer. Activity Mix together all ingredients I Iexcept Haiti, nttiire' n.or. ..n ... .. chexk-
an lilnh-soorlnii Coopermannlll'd *i .iunie moo, h ur 'tilii Y..n'm."Ou''m"l'in or
. .301 E. Cull St. !) Staike a daughter, Feb. during the first two mncaroons Heat Inj I' | 'n refluent. ,. from Ih. A..nun'. :
23 I only five weeks ran well ahead of th* double boiler over low flame.. '' l 1..0'' '''. UrnIf.1.1' rt\intv\'' |II.,Kr If rs, cards or cbcsi. Play it hard: ami itCJ1.c.
Ii i The B game also went toSt responding period for riirii-1, >itnl irioon; i| InmiratM, '*
atlrrinn contlnuounlv
Ii > until .. ; h:. 'it;;; i 'a lot of( Thai's when
i Joseph's. 33-20 itrin utiMll batu4 on M out )Oll. ; you
I 1M4 __ _
inn up under the program. .- mixture thirteen _iliuhtlv r__ Cool__ n rt'Ml v,"h"fluli*' to b* *rtr ttvrnt
'" Mrs Chapman aalel. thorouII hIy. firm in water.then rlite. nl tluii* n *r*-:lft, >tl hlh \ like most to settle! down In a soft chair and enjoy
>tuntil, <>..r Trtixee ni, ..l..lff.rd
8Mis *
More Rain The signup was started Feb allow to set la icfrtxcrtor ,
4011017* liiBf| ",til l.' *.,i>.i your friend talL and your bert's taste. Beer was;
Chapman reports that until cold.' preferably lion
For as of the. clone of business on >IThurllday. over night i .ii, M.t..r.t *if Tri..i.le.*i |: aiI. made to relax with. Made to refresh >on. cool
February \ 'I. r Feb 18. 39 fanni1' Place mixture In 1gallonfreezrr i .i .r. i '1" rejei-t or all. .
In the county had signed an and fieez. using ice ny in
Over two Inches of ralni |-Mila. rome sociable at-home : tale lime
Intention to paitlrUMte.ln the and Kilt" in usuil gime
; manti? 'IM-/: : ''U1 : :S

fell throunh over Wrdneiday.the' county>> adding Monday to piogram. Thnt for the companionable taste of beer tJ::::>.

the alirady heavy total for up to divert a total, of 1.DJS partially fioaen!!' add cmshej i ".., r TIi .... .
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. \2Y
acres from the production of macaroons mix in well, and i '.ilr "i io ., o.. .
Febiuury' acrl'ltae' -. ". I I'.O MX Z71. WINTf r KK. LORtt :*
corn. Feed grain ban harden
I With a few days yet to no : I' _
on thene farms totals 1.710
FYbnmry hat aheudv bioughtan
acres nhJch means that thru11 I
average of 8 76 Inches of
rain over the county as compared farmers will\ be reducing thetr |
feed gtaln by at least 60 per i
of 6 8J with for the a 50-yeur month a\' rage I cent: Evangelistic Mission Feb. 28 thru Mar. 7

Participating farmers are!
,
The above normal rainfall
eligible for diversion and price
has damaged the quality ofstiawbeiries
mipport payments and price
and Is hamperIng \ support loans on their 1965 '

.. for the pitng preparation planting. of land i|I production of the Teed grains. First Methodist hlJrch
I
They must agree to limit their
January mid to- .
% February production to th. bas* acreage.
grbher have ought 109 Inches '
not diverted under the program

.. if i % of rain to the county. amt maintain the1 dlveited STARKE

I acreage in conservation

Willis Denied uses

Advance' pyment are being

THEV KNOW WHERE THEY'RE' New Trial made! to farmer requesting

them at the time. they 2 Services

: GOING..AND SAVE FOR ITl l' A motion for a new trial slun up The advance. payment Daily
of theestimated
one-half
: ,; ... .... for Norman. H. WUII\ of'' amount to
diversion payment
'. Jacksonville, formerly I ofStarke I
.
/ 'Todar's: young' couples know what they was ctrnlni Tiie-wlny. th* farm will earn under the

.. *'-. want, and are very practical in planning by County Judgr T A. Y nWillht mrnts program are These deslffwd advance to p help JI SUNDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

: wu found jrxillty on I
for their future. live, ten, thh.tye<\1'3 two ('count of using; le\\'., and< I'pHrtldpants by providing 1m-
: I I mediate Incom which ca n be
from A bank taiii'tvtoim lanffu !K* over a
r-. now. : savings/ account-systeml used for current farm oper- 10 7:30
telephone<< In a trial her* on I a. m. : p. m.
: .1.l. ntically increased with regular, payday Jan. 20.Attl'r. !, atlng. expense* during. the
spring planting season.. The
: deposits-is the basis of their certainty of denying the motion. rest of the diversion payment SATURDAY NO SERVICES
JuJtf Yawn mild he wns reqtipntlng I
fall
next
due will be de
m
continuing success.: : And bank savings are a prp-nentenre lnv..- I I after compliance with all program SUNDAYS REGULAR TIME

safe savings tifiatlon by parole officers( lie provisions U verified.
. also Mtil he was withholding j
I The County Office :Manager\

i : Why don't, you start saving her* regularly nowl! he Rdjudllng had the Wllli recommendations. g-mJty until I, urged all feed grain producers Rev. John M.' Sikes

.. i who have not 'afready done 10
. of parole' oflUera. !
to contact ASCS County Office
I

Fire In RenoDemolilhes I I In the in Feed regard Oral1 to i participating Proll1'am. GAINESVILLE DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT

FLORIDA: I House The sUnup will continue

| th'ou'lhla1't'h' ; 28 and ble Nursery Provided At All Services

Firemen answered a call on ; filed rc ,
BANK AT STARKE I north Cherry Street In ceptednrfmen.

. I Knliiht's Quarters Tuesday

morning at the n>sM me of answered, a ca'4: from YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

: James Goalnt'''. Reno Nemro. I Slade Oas Company truck
One of 31 Banks of \the Florida National Group a
but the two room house was at approximately 9.IS: a. m.

burned too badly to avt. ''and fought the'blaie-for!' an I
po )
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. No .lues wrrr found as to hour before gettingU .under John R. Brabham, Pastor

what started the blaze that control. i

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II'lMd..tY! ftn.. !I. 196\: BRAOFORO COl'NTV TF.U'GR.'n. !MT,\RKK. ,FIIWITH ,I'\.t: ,rive
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gett and baby daughter are Man Praises

staying with Mrs. Padgett's NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED W3 serve you

I \\fmi\ COUNTY :! MAXVILLEBy 1 Mrs.sister John and Waters.family,Mrs Mr.Pad-and i CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I TreatmentRcceived '


Mrs, A. C. Slade. Kelt and new baby were able I Here :
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p I..... .............."........................... FrIday. SCHOOL NIVSPTA ]I[: will conduct services. The treatment' .
Mrs. Avory Slade accompanied Founder' DayA weekly schedule begins with High( praise for

NEW ARRIVAL / Mr\ and Mrs. Claude Founders Day celebrationwill Monday night senior choir I received In Starke was wrelv-

I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pad- Oreen to Jacksonville Friday be held Sunday PaD, 28.'I! rehearsal: Tuesday. nUht. i rd this week by tile Stjiko-

the of for Mrs. Oreen to see her doctor at 2 p. m. in the school c: retorium. > ,, story hour: Wednesday night. Bradford County Chamber of
i !grIt are proud parenta '
l their first child a daughter The bulletin board ,, prayer meeting; Thursday.. i Commerce U> a \\ettrr from SEUEH. DAYS 1 A WEEK(!

Pamela Diana born Wednesday -! Mr. and Mrs. Claude Oreen will be dedicated at that. tiniA. : nlRht. Junior tots rehearsal; grateful fl&tht'r.1Iho wrt>te:

\ Feb. 17?'. at St. Vincents were SUurday night supper A. L. Oaaood Jr. date PTA and Fldy: niiiht. prayer II On Jan 4 my wife. 'two At City Fish you are assured of the very freshest

\ Hospital in Jacksonville Maternal I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Avory ,I president will be the guess band.Reo1. children and I were staying tn produce and >'CK;: tnI>IeH.! with eerthing the

grandparents are Mr. Slade and family and Sunday speaker. Music will be furnished Louis McKay Is 1m- I In a Starko motel moute to m.itkut: has: !! to offer and all nt t teriffic savings to
I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. by the chorus and the n ach. My Ion.I .
Port Myers
and Mrs. Franklin Bell of'MaxvUle proving at his home after I )CIU. Try us* this. weekend
ii\L GJg'eT. and paternal grandp'.rentii Joseph Lucas and family. band. with Mrs. Willie M.\e being confined In tha hospital. Vincent' age 3. suddenly\ awoke -
: Tommy of Mr I and L B. Monroein I In the nu>ruln(
are Mr and Mrs. Turner. son Randolph : We are hoping for a speedy at tour U.S. GOV'T. GRADED BEEF
IIugg1fl4 Yougan/ Padgett of Clay 11 m i anl: Mrs. Alford Turner, was charge. The public is InvIted recovery. with 10.1: degrees of tetnPi'r-
'
t MRS. TIlu.JiOLIVER home for the weekend with to attend.-Mrs. SnvaUMorris. I Greater Allen Chapel AMK I nture Ho has had' i& History (Chuck Roast Or
-' V r' r "- -- -- his parents from his base< !' In President.! C C. And of seizures and convulsion\
.. Funeral\ _services for Mrs Church: Sunday School at 10 i
\i.... p ..Uy. lit''' boot tanca.' I don', claim to beaupe.UUoua. I fiver usually"
\ fr Mlssliulppl. erson. Pitnclpal. Bell since birth. High!
Thelma' Padaett Oliver 47 of I I a. in. with Miss Fannie 1 Lb.
t\ft Heans a busy but I sure turned I Bill Robinson of Lake serious at' S 49c
got AA2. \ Maxrllle were held Monday City The Floiidti Congress of 1 Prosier In charge. Morning' I brings, on these

m j\JI;\ f1" .J for our food and. around and went another at 2 p. m In the Long: Branch visited Monday ,,'lthba.: Parents and Teachars Association -I service at 11 a. m. with miuilcI tacks t was quite alarmed. alf .

te/ f\\/ACi. 011. of the frtttiLI4 way Baptist Church with burialin I Dorothy Waters. met at Bethumi>>Cook- I furnished by the junior choIr. I I called the BtixrXe city STEAKSTEAK

f"-t fI'\\Ut\\ C0ln bout Well there: Is always a the church cemetery Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waters man College In Daytona | Founders l>$y will bt celcbiated .sheriffs office at so early an

la *|/jjj > (Ag\ .# In ths. weather brighter day ao we must Melvin\ Watson and Rev. Jack and daughter and Mrs. Dorothy -I Beaclt. on Feb. 18-30.: Repre at 4 p. m. Speakerswill ) hour Lb.> 69c

Rltrf\ \! ,t t< tOo wet top continue a planning program. i Waters officiated. Mrs. Oliver I Waters visited Sunday In sentingStailce were Mrs. I be Mrs. Brlllffr Thomas. cventlrmen\ mv, gIft\ \h<1 J

I''N' :. / I IfI. ['La..t week A vegetable planning I died Saturday morning at the Highland with Mr and Mrs Sarah Morris. Mrs OladvsI head of the \teachers training are forever Rrateful tt> the

kf (1\11\ the\ Il\ck eat, jar meotlng'! was held for I, residence following' an Illness I, Richard! t Norman and eons.Jarkie. I Blyo MISS Ohila' ThOanplnII.II i I department. Edward Waters 1, .shrrttf'a office and the hoe All

if)A ; P'ntj' > b\'iIlJClng\ 1little i our farmers In the Starke ''Of wVf'I.1* l weeks. She was a Lynn and Angela j I and C. E. Claik. Mini Thon\)'. I College.! JIIocklt>nvllle. pital. Within two minutes! of '

bC\ *N\\ II'to't'rlt\\ ( able to get Farmer Market area. memberaof the MEvIIle1Church I i Waters of Baldwin spent Satutday I kin. was appointed nute Pleasant Orove Mothorti.it, I my emergency call, the. sh'Urtnrtlvert STEW Lb. 59c

otl ',\Ww..tllt'rlkllj/ about : Market Manager Phil 'i of Qod. a native and afternoon with' their. chairman of the committee on Church: Chinch school! bruins I with two deputies! and MEAT! :

bJ .\ ,\\I, \0 >Ie.' the'' Chonkhlte discuMed the spring lifelong resident. Of ManUle.I grandmother. Mis. Dorothy : reading and library .services.I i': nt 10 a. m. with the Supt In Vincent was on his way to ,

.tr\t\ ;, M\t\ *If tne 'tlte other market proHrrwn. One produce j j I Sur.Ivois ale her hmbund.i Wsters. I rLlTl NEWS! I chll rwe. The fish try will be I the hospital. Within lanlraA ; (:riule 1 "A" Fla.FRYERS 1 _ _
nj ,(.1 'kp\ 1.(1, I.o<:Itlilt.. /,, buyer. now operating on the i James A Oliver! ; her mother. Mrs. Buddy Browning\ I The Fiesta Social', and ElI\V- held in pleasant Orovo. Frli uten of my call we arrived at

Starke market encouraged! I', Mn. Nancy. H rrU. Padgett:! : *,, confuted to her hoia this Inm Club will meet Saturday :i I I diiv. Feb." 28. Mrs. Juruth Dt", the! hospital. Two nurses re LB. a c:

volume production: of variety | one .dUuxhtcr. Mrs. dic week' with a virus I night: Fvb' :28.: at 8:30: In theI Sue and !Morse\ Covlngton: are waiting for the baby antI nd. ,
r Mr and Mrs. B F" Coleman I club house with Clarence P.I I', I ministered to him.
of vegetablea Encouraging1 remarks Godwin one ,'.tl'r. Mrs Ella |/, asking all youth and Mrndi !
Win" were made 4)y Joe Cocpml -, Mae Kennedy all of Maxvllle; .id:: daughter; of Jacksonville. I I Sue president In charge Mr to attend. and make It a *ueCPKS My wife and I extend< our : Srnokwl or Krcxh A
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""e on setting up a production I one brother, Vernle Pad.ett'|', were Tuesday niiiht supprr I and Mrs. Zake Baker will be1i I II { Isaac Cummings and I heartfelt thanks to the &tl\tr PICNICS '
plan and stlcklnK to It of Lawtey., and three grand- guests of Mr. and Mrs. James 'i hosts All members are "ilkI'd''' Mrs. Miriam Tyson ask all of I"tOi" lit 1& ,and It* deducted. L3. ;

Before romlnft to Stark. two { children. Pallbearers were nephews -j|,I I Coleman and daughters& ,i t to be present and on tIme members to their captains. I public servants" for povttatysmlnii -

or three year ago. J
hvdroponic tomMo grower In The Community extends| :\lrs. F." B CoU-msn and son.;i;I terminate at thIs meeting. Klnnentary9tii : : yoursPiank FREE DELIVERY%

4jl U fnlm Beach County. He 1 is en- sympathy to the family of the Donnie. : The Carnation Soclsl I and''
Uf thusln. ,.tlc over A vegetable late Mrs Oliver Johnny Dover stationed at--'i Savings. Club met MondaY fk-hool: and, .several Poplar. Place $5.00 Or More Food Order

production in our county SCHOOL NKWS\ Sanford was home the' first I niht at the recreation center. patrons. enjoyed A train ride Bronx N YI

\ I The groupn.. lntere.te"i In The Mjmle Agnes Jones of this week: with his family I I;I with Mrs. Alma Jenkins. s' from 8tnrke toV Ulo,. Tu >'stliiv I I Editor's note Since" Mi"Oanllo Phone 969-1095 ..

,accepting a program cf siijreentvU Elementary! School" held the' The Dover. plan to move. to hostess Mrs. Thelma Orren 1 isl Frh 23. referred to' the "at...rk.. '
wibrW virI4tea. pUntlnjr) schedule Sanford the first of March ,: a faithful member of tho tub! Those 1 Ol'IJ.N{ 7 DAYS A \VKKlvNow :
the
regular enjoying In-
monthly PTA trip *
meeting i l rlty slit-tiff's, office It l I' 11()
.. an<1 practices for quality last Mr. and Mrs. Claude Orccal i: and Is ill. All memher wish' cluttwl., 3J sttKients. six
; Tuesday night at the of I pro- known whether, hi nirnnt, this. OIJt'n11 t Day: Monday:
visited In Starke Monday to their best wUhes
production. ThU program will chool! The subject of the. express m-hiKil chlldrtin nml liven :
be pr..ntPt1 to growers who j meeting was a fire ,drill 'demonstration lu' week with Mr. and Mrs |I for( a speedy' 1'I't'Ov'I"YM ( * P *

I;* were not prenrnt. no that early program Frank Thomas. and Mr and! Alma' Jenklni.. president Mis having/ on enjoyable trip. city police rtrpiirtm'nt jlcrardlrM t'wfa

IIntt| complete plans can t be I The Baldwin Jr Sr Utah Mrs. Mert Newmans Betty J, Drown. reporter. When the train nrrlvvd, In"Id. of t who rendered the

H mad.. for the harvest season.tjenderit !School" held 'lu PTA meeting Mrs. Jim Bird and childrenof I, nAMKL:1: IIALI. 8K-SON: \\' .). a school bun, was wnttlnT. service. howrvn it Is nice tl) 4?< S.t'.T.1.. r't":."

MIL t>> 5LItI in aM'1 pha.... ofFlnrMa 'last> Thursday. night in the Jacksonville visited Monday ENDS ami" t brought the group I I"ltl'k know that thtlr efforts vertapprrilutvd t STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES !
Sok, / Ajcrtcullue:' propoacthat high school um. Mrs. Bevanlv with Mr and Mrs. Johnny The RJE Tigers. and Tier \ to SUrke.trs :
/ > Dover and daughters binkctlxill and burl 10111'/\/ Allen Hardenbrookand Smith
rttes closed the 1B 4S
vW'/ iI. 1IiIC\/ iipa. to Florida .U on the I thr*_- T Pteldlnt/1 English Class I \ H. C. Price teacher'
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?Jf.J. \'A i ''u 'II Ttiurwljv In Bt, Petersburgwith / records. Coaches Bradley and
'v'' i I< f hCI "flk .., vegetable production. Reprenented Rt'fn'llrunenU were served' .
tfw! vM" 1.rIf/'tf;. .. It", and ( ..C 'in thla thinking U I following the meeting friends and relatives.Charlotte Harvey were quite pleased/ ,

v:. "t'..... ,..,.. leadership from farmers economists MNI\V SIHOOI. RF17N10M Thninat. dauiihter wlUthe perfoimance of theirteams.
"w fttN extension an.1 experiment A reunion honoring Mrs of Mr and Mrs Homer Coach Bradley Indicated FLORIDA

"" elation l..".toPr.. farm Dorothy Waters* Sunday/' Thomas. "'as In Ed t FraserIfonpltsl I this year's team was one
"etk'r'
1 In. Murrlenny for a
fertilizer School of the best he had coached
martilnery companies. Class of Maxvllle Baptist i
JAqiAt/\, IOOH. pesticide. and herblrldedenlvrs \ Church The Intermediate | .short time Filday. for minor I He further staled that It W. .1 PEST GI\RD.SPECIAIS

sunrery | quite a pleasure to work with
material and equipment A Olrls was held Tuesday | I
," f'\t NOW ".."liP". labor and tranpnrtatlon *- nliht at the church. A covered Mrs. Sadie Green a former j I a group of !good b.al1,1'1'1\ &/ ,

authorities.. We want dlKh I' resident. and teacher Is. a p.I, who possesses the ability to ,- =
was enjoyed.
supprr CONTROL ====" mx -
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Memorial =
25,00
iradford County to have Its HIN" TAHie; CONTENT tlent in Baptist net along\ with tlu-lr trllow
hospital Jacksonville here | school: males on or of( the TIIUHSI1AY{ FUIIIAY) HATIIUDAYVttbreuknMo
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thU move. Hasrl1Turner
In progressive Misses Lucas.
place "lilt
*J' \ )'V *nd l...., ) she underwent surgery Tues.day basketball court ....
C
I j>", $ A&&vt1f .. a&f. Sharon Orlffls Virginia dauiihter.. I l -COJ" 1'J
Oreen's
Mrs Tim Tlgeis will enter the .
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I {I IFlo
# North and Cecilia Adam I R
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\ Pltnu4IV' ,..r.. .... ..to:. ..y was admitted to the samehoepit.I i" UUUIct\ 4 eI... 11 touriutmrnt .. '
''J"N.t Ih .'US... ...."'......... %..I.PeaHII& rnIII. displayed the ..nntn'l|
over the weekendwhen Fernandlna with 1S-D
lWII: or.i j at an \
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table In the table-wttlnii
con-i 1
"', ,,' "esboII' s-lt4IrIs: ?' she became ill. I record Henry Wade, a first ROSE TREES \\ __Itj! .
I. 1..-. .il". *> It ol I test held at& school last week :' ____ ,
l-ur imni and Mrs. Buddy _
t.'QCH'SI'I.A" Or-I/ Mr j: year man. and Henry DiUmy _
hsLr 717 >'! ...... .stseete The theme. "H*".llan Dl'ad'l .
ntI.I '*-1..,.'.. r.n'. chid and Evening Brerces shsw Mr and Mrs. Have [i a three year veteran are expected In Kloom:/ _ Ci1
.
In''Iiiel J""I"'r' A' l I. l. I erdale. and Mrs. John North. ,, to be" outstanding play- '
Dinner" was carried out InIfjwaiUn %s.l Idly/ 1'lnttle'
attended a get-to-gether at'I'i, era In the tournament CrmcMHarvey's s' OnlyTIMK $6 98
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i -_- -I--- stile! i .
'V yv v'- The center of the decorated the home of Rev and Mrs j Ttgeiettes will enterUie DUSTER Reg. $4.98

William\ In Starke Friday : tournament with .a 10-7
FEBRUARY table held a crystal boil l containing
a piece: of driftwood nlvht I I record: The success of the L! .: I Orliiit)
Mr and Mrs. D. J, ParrUh TUervtten this seaton. can tte : ROSE BUSHES
Atop the driftwood was a bird hOS .
visited their dauah r. Patty, attributed to the fine co*thIng UST. Reg. $3.98
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around
of paradise! Placed all
Thursday night at JacksonI of Mrs Jtar"" ,. sncj the In thorn.
the ernterplrce were OI'chldl'and } I

TIRE other colorful flowers To I. ville Miss University Edie Kullck. a roommate hard work and Venrtlis intereit. Puk-put c Only $ .59 J
tn the game by
complete the theme the girlsc10it I 'I $1 Get Both For Only $
orchid: candle holders I of Miss Patty Parrlsh pr. Doris Brltt. OU Drawn .1 : $6.98
and f i lend of the D J, Par- Mary Houston Jeartran John. :
with white candles straw I I .
wish family .won second place Ion and Hetty White The ..1landarwe I .
I I ,
niece mats solid white china.{
as. Homecoming' Queen Thursday at the thIsseason '
%WJGm5&* "n.1 lilac flasws, With thU nUht.. at Jacksonville\ Unlvenlty -,'i was evrellent games You ran : l.t-

arrangement they used aiplain ,{ I I be given credit for that We : l S SAVE' E $1 j liD
1Ou1ei 100"r'yi'U silver pattern i' -
On March .IS the glrU will I i Claude North attended wish. the two team lots nfi 10 GET MOWING"\
homecoming! services at Jack. lurk at the tournamentIUK4M _
I I i I
Ply N> 'Ion decorate a table for display' ,, '
soiivtlle University list Thursday ( NKWHnethlehem : --'--- -
at Underood Jewelers In !i With _
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n''Iht.' guest' of Miss FM Will Baptist.
JarkaonrtlU to compete agaliiit .1| P Uy FarrUh I 1 I Ctiureh: Bervtees begin wllliRunday Iliand 'TypGARDEN<>
,
$5 992IP other Duval County |'
Randolph Crosby was admitted Srhnol at 11"0 with TORO UlViV ]
Schools The tables! will! be on] IIOU'EIIS t PLOW!
\ display at the store for a!!| to St Vlnceufa H" Hupt MrCutrhen In charge. $ Tj 975llljfh
PIU1 in Jacksonville* 'la.t Frlrt Rev Williams of Jacksonville'
//aj* .wo..ia werk fo the public to Vote I ; ..r lmvlieel JL |I y Mr and Mrs. D. J Par I
19"
J' AI4I ISJ1cTuh. for the table of their choice.1< Whirlwind
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,. rUh visited t at the hospital $9/1.50 -
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Tvp"* Winners. from the Duval i I anil, Mrs Claude Oreen,
'I .
I I County schools will compete "flirrxlsy. afternoon with Mr Mr and Mr Junior Whltt .. H... lr! 'm
: later for state school table' Cro' &b y more and children of Calla! ..*" .' Self-IVopelled t Seed! Lb. 00

I 1269IKMhlU setting The group was In David Jones, stationed a- visited. last Thursday night I' 21" Whirlwind $ 149- I $1

Uiwkrwoods .Ust Friday to',, hoard a Navy destroyer at with Mrs Louise Miller ,. ,!
Marport sort Sunday night I CnCl/II"/ No. ftBlackeyo
I chose china and .!)Ker for t/Mti I i'I
vv > county contest Each sill will and Monday here with MtI 21" Hi-Wheel Sarlo $149.95 [ Pens Sect l Lb. Only45c
PliMktut and Mrs Joseph Lucas and I I II
./>VH b* presented a siwon sis a memento I _
+tr-t I !emU, -
vvvv of the' occasion I
t For WhIteia1L4 Hunner>up was a 'Sprlrui Mrs., Joseph Luras and Mrs Also See The/ C"bLa Cowpca Seed Lb. 60c

nreskfsit. We are very proud Amry Blade were' In Jacksonville IJH&ss5x .
of these girls and wish them Monday. on. business -

the best of luck In th* county tripMrs I :-:35iaSS3world r New\ and d Unique "Flymo"TIIK 11,011

contest nils Guldens of Jack- ( Hybrul Corn Seed) Lb. 65

Mr and Mrs. A" ory Blade wwrille wa Monday dinner ; I.AWN MO\Vfi( : ( 1'II"T.W"I'.U.I.I _

and family were ,ffundsy" dinner guest. of Mrs. D B. OrtfrisMrs.
HERCULES "ROCKETS" vuests of Mr and Mrs Belle 0l4.ln I. at the F. L.I.E-S-I t.inzlb

I'Iom0' her lighter.. Mrs Seed Lb.
Flrnl line W M AU4e! of Hampton Watermelon( $2.50
Mr and Mrs WlllUm Pad. n B Or"l. after spendingaorne .\Mower.* Klnnnced I'p T" j

Full 4 Ply NylonPfSCOTT'S gett and sons purchased a Urn- 'tn Jset'.Tnvllle 21$ .Month. To I'jiy-Anyf,mer I 41"""" ... 4L LIDt -

: Ut't: TI\fr. (U."R '? Tr.t:' _.tJlTlrp. II"'".... house trailer". week and wl'h Mr' Itn'< 'frs ElliS Old. To Fit \ our Nee't.
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arc guareetv.d ageMse all, ,..., ..-.. are tiring on the former d. and f.rtUr' news .

: ,.,... t"I' It?.. KPTMrq.Tl.-p. 1.s "........... Waver Ortffu' pi***. Helen No-4'' Cauter) of GROT ONE PELLETS
( .Ii.4 .. .pVigInl. ...... Mr and Mrs Martin Pad- Mr an* ,.r... .i hn Nsr'S: ut'On".A. -
( ," "flH'' nwm II) In I
0.. r- '.'11.1\-" *t.rtln, In ORTHO LIQUID ROSE FOOD
$16.98 $18.37 $19.461lJaf'1II .. For Your Lawn
I. hp-b .,Iv.s ,..all .. lPkeeIIl1. M-mliy ..'t..
_.-I. II..... wi.. ......... fi:.
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ta. .... focus
v 4CCs f Ceal
lIatk.... r14s411W .........1 ...''...'..1.. p._.' V"i J,.. ""l m-"e-1 Us I "ft. Make f 5 Lb. J 10 Lb. 25 Lb.
W tv ,.......,... hbr. T.....,,. .......-... ..........*... I ,,' 4i 79C
.....d. ..... weeP '" JtrknnvUl IMjrsnt :no' rMJ.; j
,,$oi1 '''aI t T1.li.as' Yl'wi l I' "v.r. J.25 $1.98
-- "P-n.. 75C
,twR1QUALITY- r. < Hop she will soon/
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t.-.ial.N lOr -------- -
RETREADS ..,... .., .. ._ .. ship to return to her hotne -
( .u d .1.... .. .f .. The 0\'t0dIIII k.... .....
....Ir'. 554 ,114., 555.. ..... .. IIre. her Msis.l. ANNUAL PLANTS
.. of ... ........ ".p a..4 .. Mr 0.IanII&r M. Ie.li I' 50 Lbll. 100 Lbs.
'Nt, AIL ._.. .. nlfr Claude Waters
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$8.95 ... .... .. p..s.. 5i.C ., and da.uatltn, ..... srtsr say.A.W1 n ksOty *m
I .a ... ..-flP DIAna. of Alma U> I lla l e e Them :N.w $5.75
v. r.hlS 8PORt. .4 s44.tee ma '.....1'.. ... Oa w.r. here for .the week.f f... eli ,.w d..I Law. 79c $2.98
Ray P ,,"'._, .,a,. ...... ..il. Your Selection
tA'ftVvAID\ '::10,II C",.. .. -..........-, ..........'........ "4sIb. M. and Mrs Roger ... I .chie sw.s. Pieaf.IDITXAa.$24 1 DO/.
........pt. jvo5.s ,.5......,. Tslm I. 7Jw "i .51111 family I D ...... 'II ''iillo; ..:Y; :t P.FL: fT:
\.i'aJ' trat..... C"-.c' by .n I. ._. fl.44. ... _.. ... 4
.';IM'I'" ,.......... IM'ipaI.eX Ia $peJirnlI .. ...-Il.... -...... .......hv.. ..... ...'f.,. en '.c". ,flve C.y-: 31.l4.
........ ... .. -'-- q "'ttt'1'v dIn- Sea Us For Your Feed and Fertilizer Needs TodayF1O1'idII
lI.. Ia a .ad ....,.,..,.... .1.... ,e4 ** tllMl. .I"tov .
'I. I .!... .r ,f "*r P.m4'v at 'th- home of Hw-- -. '
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.v.aep I. v5l
t 'w I
.. ... ,.. .... Mr. and Mrs. John Nirthhonorlnr
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( SHELL SERVICE ."1".m..... t.p U-. Mra. Coverdale. onhr
........1...&..._. ? ......."-. ..11q..a. birtMar. (M (Control' ] & Oiciiiical Co.
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,,Ar apt. r.- M4a31 r rUl* eee.4 4 It ft 14Kar
vIv .... I1q.t ,....-. Mr. and Mrs. WWI:"* P4 lelt .._ ZlIC'- _
V. (0" F. "frR(1iNT'I GRpN wTaMrs K Oc Iioo. 1 and family of Clay Hill vMtedSaturday .
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...,. A. A4..IC..rz l S* Js J afternoon with Mr MM !:.19! K. "..ut.'; Phone J U; 1.MfjU :
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-:: itt BRAnronn COUNTY TrxronApn. STARKK!: FLORIDA TnunsD.U" FEB. 2S 1965
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VA, Drug Law j enir'irsr\ legislation only and Passion Play I string and a yardstick. Stretchthe Spergon. Arasen or Semesan tore. the 15th day ntIar'h.: Dated thin lath day of February -
woui.: not be Implemented due I :rtl w P'a cord between two stakes. and mix the chemical with 1UIS.; otherwise the Kll"KHtl..niut 1945.tyFUl.i\.

Being Implemented to lack of funds. I Starts Sunday ez While the cord is !in place use the seed by shaking the pack aa said"nh..d Complaint by you.will be I :: :CIIAnL A. u.\nny

Mr. Dixon made a strong I r a hoe handle to make the et. Thla notice shall be lak""j. Clerk' .f' th.-. ('jr<:ult Court
Melvin T. Dixon Director of once .Hc-h week fur ,
Tuur
appeal to Washington that Starting Sunday Feb. 28, furrows for large seeds. Jiv Brulah lIl.tuody:
thfl Florida Department of I' and continuing through Easter mrutlvr tveeka In. the liradrordCounty < Deputy Clark
the law be Implemented and Planing depth la important.In l
Veterans Affairs! announcedthis has Just received notificationthat I Sunday. Apr. 18 the spec moist soil cover small seed IIIOTCfII TO nNrnau, Tel"waph. I I/IS 41 ant
week that Section 8 of .. .....
tacular Black Hills Passion CIr-sit ) nrsAf.r4
Publlr Law 88-664. dealing the VA had reconsidered I z such as mustard less than 1-2 and funds would now be available Play, an annual community Inch deep. Cover medlum-sU- c... No. 13-453
with drugs and medicines for for this benefit on or project of lake Wales will be ed seed such as radishes no Lor n. Green. Crlttendon.PUIntirr. .

war veteran, U being" Imple about April 1. presented In the beautlfu'natural more than 3-4 inch deep and l .T..n"\.*nt.NOT1CK. .v.. Jo. H. CrIUvnditn.

mented. DIxon said that appioxl- amphitheatre in that cover large seed such as beans : TO APPRAR 'mm.'( I MO, mm' S

The law was!' atoned Oct. 13. from 1 to 2 Inches deep. To. Joe II. ('Orlttfnil
mately $28.000 has been ear- '
cIty.As 1702 Moran 8t. Ilreham, Tex- :
1964 and states that drugs marked for the months of In past seasons, the Pas Prior to planting, treat a..
and medicines may be furnished sion Play will feature the and You ara hereby notified thai GOOD CLEAN CARS
by the VA to veterans April, May, and June to start seed to prevent decay a milt for Divorce han. beenfiled
furnishing/ drugs and medicines famed Chilstus portrayer M other ailments. It takes onlya HKHlnit you In the abovs I I
receIVIng non ervlee connected as stipulated by the law Josef M lrr, and his cast of couple of minutes to treata named court and cause and you ,
pensions plus! an additional Biblical are hereby. reiiulred. to serve s
30( professional
of seeds. All do
but meanwhile this group of packet you ,
I copy of your answer or pleadingto
) amount for nld and attend!
veterans will have to pay for dramatists, supported by more l.s tear off a corner of the the complaint on the Piaku. ALL 6'O
ant benefits The VA announced their own drugs and medicines than 100 Like W Files citl/rns. ,- I| packet, toss in a small pinch tlffa Attorney lion. Lea Green,

1, however( that this was I for the rest of February The piny Is presented on season will be a matinee per will be at 6 p. m of Heed! protectant such as la-trial 8tarke In Florida the office and of file the the Clerkof or. e

Tuesdays, Thursdays and! formance at 3 p. m. each The Passion Play 1 13 a por- '! the Circuit Court on or be- I,

': Saturdays at 7:30: p. m... and '
'-' on Sundays a special: twilight ;i performances at 7:30: every the life of Jesus Christ on :

I prrformano! begins at 6 p. m I niuht of Holy Week The i earth --"the greatest story, PAINTING -

I REMODELINGRESIIENTiAi. I ISpecial If Two innovations of the 10iS( i Easter Sunday performance,, ever told.;" I Interior;


I and March. male students enrolled In a at chin height for tall growing Best Deal Anywhere

II I On April 1, veterans rccrlv four year school of nursing stalks that'll bear all Exterior

I. log non-servIce connected lending to a baccalaureate summer. In the full let KO;
HirniEST QUALITY WORK Across From Fofxl Fair
f pensions, plus an additional .Irll'ree. the seed at toe-null elevation'

COMMERCIAL\ allowance for aid and attend- Appointments will bo in the for a short plant and! plentyof FREE ESTIMATES 320 South Walnut St.

ant benefits should send their! grades of ensign lieutenant okra before 1ro t. CALL

prescriptions to the VA whirl junior !grade, and l lieutenant, Checking these cuslorus of
Kitchens Additions
have been! written by a llcens un determined by educations the past Ja one approach' to Joe Boyer 969-4171 l i\MV() \r ()JIEii J

Garages Dens ed physician showing that I IIs 11 background nnd proesNlona spring Kiirtluning, but for bet- -

for specific therapy In experience, with an active ter luck, auk your county agent -

1 Car l.ortFt-Florlda the treatment of an Illness 01' duty agreement for a period > for .AgucuHural xtun-: 111 Went Washington St..lead Phone 969-1361

RoomsBedrooms Injury, and the VA will pro- of two years. lon Service Circular 101C.(: .j

) ress the prescription and the The period of obligated ac. Vegetable Garden uuitlo.Jurat ,

Bathrooms! necessary- drugs and,- medicines live duty for Navy Nurse checK to aco, If you

On will be sent direct to the vet- Corps candidates, after trainIng have u real case of "garden

Aluminum eran. at Newport, R I., In two lever." Make with the -'jMUu :=;) g

years for those who receive I or plow In sod! jjifp.uui.iuii.' g
Free IMnnnins Service
Siding; ; : Men EligibleTo one year tit mibHkllzcd eclucA- if tnis 8weILL-uL'tIlU-.I'UW. l.t-

t lion, and three years for those our docs not tool your enthitM.UBin -
Be Navy NurseThe who received more than one then it u HIUU, tu purchase 20 Word or less. one time........._._ .8:1: ...norium. licnoiuvinnn. ... __ 60 .per weed

Financing AvailableCALL year Navy Nurse Corps candidates need, I. lcrtitlzcr and ollir If not paid In advancer.___ 1.2:1: (cards fit Thanks. up to fitl word. _.-. 2.M

Chief of Naval personnel I < will also receive more Burden, juj'pnoa. Keyed. or Blind Ad.__________ IM Over SO uortla _.__ __-__ 6f per weed

COLLP ::T -----v 7-1605;) : has authorized the appointment .i than one year. Navy Nurse 1'iepare the 1 giounil well be- F.iwh additional word over 20. __ .03: Display win. In ClittalNrd.. __I IJSO .per ia'iIASTINGS +

BETTER BUILDERS INC. ; of mall nurses In Corps candidates will also! re- lore planting lurn Uiu IOU b .______mu
I the Nurse Naval -
Corps
I' O.) Box r IOO Jacksonville: 5, Fla. [ serve, for activo duty, Re-j l ,' while r"lvo I i pay" attending and allowances Nursing tu 8 inclicu or deep tailing, loiloweit lu ,give i>ynairuwliitf Expert Recapping I | FOR PALEReady !: ; MATTRESS:

mix concrete'
concrete
I enlistment' In the Navy School. the plant bred a good tc\iui-o" Ry Glenn block, house piers sand ce-' ]1& UI'II01S'ftUY'OIms St. I'alatksFurniture

Corps Candidate Program of and tu pi event It Hum uryiny; (PH Wee) CrewsAlso ment. mortar mix. rock steel, 711 l Lemon
.... ...... ; ne ;)lrr'd.
-""- ------- ---- out. Pull Line .( rater shell llmerock. roof

Kor convenience select NF.W TIIIH3/ TRUCK gravel lintels. BRADFORD 11 (Upholstered! & Refinished
a
,., ( :;: .- : iwii'f : Let's GoGardening tarried; spot i nOli r theIOIIHO TRACTOR) An SIZES IF_ YOUR The Clam NAME'Ie 4*!L!?,' ENOB.: CO. Phone 984-3521 M ATI RKSSI-XS: : RFRUILTNew :

"),'l )/ .' where' you limy Irrigate' Pennsylvania. A F>nnl p FOUND AMONG TIIF:.J1!, St.r"" tfrh,. Innersprinj!
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0
"\,:.... ( .... ..... \,/ Y'1 In case of dl'ollght.A HLMIII-I HARDY BROTHERS CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL,'I| PKV10N: fl.OKIHT nnd Bolt Sprlnfft> !

"<,,.,,*' '" ,-; "... ... shaded location helps during SALVAGE YARD AT TilE TELEGRAPH([II';, 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I Urn l'" A Card II" Tall

.4 :-'. lot, diy w IILhel'. I n.... SOI-Nortk OFFICE FOR A FRF.E.j PHONE:< 964-4 I5S I'\I.\TK \ KA ::1-184

..,: I By Ilrrvey Sharp Size of garden. depends( on\ TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -.1 NIOIIT 9/1-1-3891/ or 9-10I! MRS. PFOOV: BHf.l-KB:

: Florida Agricultural Extension pace available,, '1 U supply[ I INMI'lt.tNCK: THEATRE.BE : DISTINCTIVE! :< : H.OAVF.KS I 201 F.: Adklns !Ct.IIh..I' .
{ ServiceRcrent A'r ; : RATES '
vegetables fur one peiauii, torn RRIMTKIIAITTO. I We Wire Flowers Anywhere Avrnli
(
.. year, aim for J-lu::': acre 1 per, MKK. BOAT SURE TO BEE! World tfrhnREXIISTER I
/:.' DOYLE F.. I'ONNRR(' i| DOnny moos AUTO
icrnon. This allows tor other .
canning Book before buying any
moon shuts at the INSURANCE AGENCY NOW FOR BODY REPAIRS
1"1 and incoming, : fur later Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne!,
,
.; Cape are a boon to the no- tfohg, ADULT EVENINO CLASSK3Basic AUTO PAINTING
\ Use. local representative since
.. I tion that planting on a "grow- your and high nrhool refresher FUFE: ESTIMATES
'tII -:'Y i i1. I Ih ing moon" Insures rest plant Vegetable produce better: 1958. P. O. Box 803. Phone courses Individualism, ) I 411 S. Walnut St EUrke. Pla.tfrh .
? It nutrlciila Problems? 004-3794 tfchi
plant are appliedIn Insurance
growth. But, a few skeptics Instnictlon/ Start at any time .
: \ ; ay that until we get a man- bunds. Do thin before planting I Call The Man From"Keystone" MRS. ANEDA WEBB S2 00 per course of 18 weeks I
Sprinkle ,the fertilizer In FOR SAU3- Dr., :3 full bath
riding:\ moon shot to the moon ", ADULT students applyto
: 1(I furrows about two Inches below CB home: pnnclled den. 2 car
\\1.\ it'H beat to plant seed! in the FOR RENT Two concrete I Principals oiilce RJE
I earth ,I and two inches to the George E. LaRue block house on Laura Bt Hlirh School White Adult stu- carport: laundry room; chsl.i
link fenced 1 back yard: pArtial.
Some claim that planting:\ side of the planting row. Keystone Heights One furnished. Each ISO per. dents' apply to the Adult Education .
I fluid pen on a dark night Use a fertiliser containing mo. in advance. fouls V. I Office SB Wing USO ly air cnmJitmn il. Attrnrtlvsprice .
376-003, Cain**
Call
prevent worms from seeing nitrogen, phosphorus and potiiBalum Consultant For All Your KnUrHt. 131 W. Cull Bt. tfcha Building rear 1 to 4 p. m .
tfrh
vllle.
and eating the crop later. Others known as Nl'K. Un Insurance Needs. : I dally or write to Adult Educe
: sandy, soil apply 1-3 pound of :-URSISIIED APARTMENTSLJrht .
swear that Mowing Reed tlon Drawer 100. Starke. Dust.I MALE HELP WANTEIMrn
I 6-8-H (NPK) per 10-fnot row. RepresentingBrent and water Phone 9649671 I flees foreign languages, anA
bright moon-light night health minimum education -
on a in good
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On muck 1-6} American In. C'i.. or 064-7371 Mrs. Bull- .
apply music rourw" avnllahleUSEIJ / tf..M
moon-bllmlcd 21 to
results !In 8th
pests grade aae
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Tim Traveler In ;
l of 0-12-20 mixture 0. Inn ton tfchg i
(pound pi"< I
Personnel Department -
that starve I WHINE !SALE' 5 11. Contact the
10-foot row. If possible usefertilizer Tel 47.1-4692 Day 1404 E. Call !Street Sunlarvl Training.
A few folks believe that I i I Sinter Portable $!J.95 I'r at
black heart of turnips car- containing small amounts 473-4325 NlU-s Three bedroom and two tile! Center. P O Box 1150.Gainesville. .
SINOER COMPANY 402 N
.' of minor food element I bath home larRe )living room I I Florid Riche 3'IB I
..., rots or rutabagas means that such ait manganese sulfate, Auto Hr Home Business Marlon St... Lake City. Fla
.... bachelor gardener has been Monthly Payment Plan with kitchen and dining. Utility I 7.13-4081 tfchrI
borax and copper. I J. C DUKES
hexed by .a jilted maiden. But screen porch and patio.
The excuse for crooked! Central heat and attic fan. I FOR RENT--Spacious 2 bedroom -
regardless of the gardcner'n FOR RENT Trailer spaces
.. rows Is that you' can get more FOR SALE Good business I
Exclusive residential section unfurnished duplex.' Also
romantic falllngii a few ounces I' I with patio. Over night parking -
'b a (. I of boron per acre prevent plants per row. lint remember, and residential properties In high and dry corner lot with I'i furnished apartmenu. Nle> Westmoreland Tr.U-r
x 9 4a m. straight rows arc attractiveand Starke Improved and unim paved streets. Price and terms location. Reasonable W. H
'o I i black centers in vegetables. Park. Phone 963-3151 or !M93J91. -
II. P. O.
V. Knight.
4 \ make cultivation In.iei-t 1 proved. reasonable. A. J. Thomas'I Nollman Starke. Florida
leedKiNG : tfch
'1r. I This spring, drop okra !
\Jt: control and, harvesting easier I Drawer r. CIty. tfctuI Realtor Tel P64-ST01. tfchg |i)! tfrhrW

;f' If you're unable to "night" I !MRS MATTIE DAVIS OLD FASHION BEDROOM -
FOR SALE-with no closing H WILLIAMSALL : suite Dowser vanity,
." straight row use stakes: I
I 'r I i'OR SALIB--Fill soil coat. Cozy little home. AU
dirt top dresser wardnrw, box iprlnts
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r .... ; TYPES of saws ant?
7') i tractor work new.. and used Conveniences.' Now U your and mattress S3J Double

'. '. ..'..vt.'fJ ./ I building supplies. W. T. JukI chance to own your home! W. I saw blades mowers., sharpened One day service Alwlawn sinks from $591 to 11450

_,. I; non Building Material and lola- ft. Nnllman. tfcha I Pick up and deliver Calvlr Refrigerators, '25 lo 130 Fen-
r "hlnory Supply. Phone "4>4- I nell Bargain Center IformcrIv I -
12 Wides
... ; National Manufacturing I John phone !9A4-1441 tfcht
.(. 4001. tfchg ''Rrr'" I Ito
I Chemical Co. has openings for
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COMPLEtE BEUROOV
( 4 2 route sales personnel! and i I I FOR RE Tr--2 bedroom furnished
I : .'" 'u'.tlom. Made / FOR PENT Furnished SUITE bookcase. t bed dresser -
1 : /" )Knr Florida Living room and bath apartment. 1MH 1 territory manager. Guaranteed chest, box spring/ and! I house; on Klnnsley
Water St. Phone 069-1185. salary plus 1"0mmLu.lon.1" : I Laic Connecting garazc pier
mattress 875 00 Sectional sofa
',,,..... ..,.' I (ricl; :\IlIrr"ur tfeh Also have opening for full or' And boat house Available Feb
.'' I '.. ; .. ) .. .....y ,1 ivlrr. YOU part time men or women solid foam rubber S3S 00 Reupholstered I 15 to June 1 Phone 9B4-42fH
:' I .. ..--..::.. SIZE Your $ $ $ ('L "H'-OUT: First grade pencils Write Fuller Brush Co. Otis Bahama beds tfch4
< I : 00. Frnnell's! Bargain. Center
.., .."11'" :!.7':: ", III'Io1llMl) 1 No Salaried Commissioned Be each: Inc dos : 14 E.: Brown p. O. Box 11, East 135 -
; fir -
formerly Farr, i ltrh w
M" half Rrnns. Bradford County Luke Weir. Flv tfrhn
w t rmACTAlL1 fig I'1 I Employees: : tf I I
I Trlraranh..
N'lO1 FOR RENT- Stol bulldln.!
c << DAD lilted I.ARSCNLIKK : NO. 190 I'i FOR" SALE. -Collie Champion piipn." AKCregistered. furnished apartment and Announcing .

A/c \ DROPOUT 1llIax17I I \ "; TO WORK I', WFLL-KKTT: HOME IN NICE I I8E.nON around. ... E. Hitchcock! bat't.1 StatePrison ;, small furnished ho ie all at


-- ITRflcTABti!% : ''I I i/naf1111 YOU Benefit 1 $23.000: Colonial About styling 4 Acres and]I Ratford. Fla 3trh 2'U' 321!HIII1:N.:! 1 Temple Ave Phone tfchaOO1NO Slarkc's Newest

1 feature 9 rooms with 3 baths., $
OUT OF IIU'IINES
: There was a time nor no long when What broujtht the change? People Rl W tiA5 LI- I 20 ft.I NEEDED AT ONCE--Full or
; ago; AHSi/rson U I>IIII.y 4 bodrooim. II closets -8l11e still in proarrss I Appliance And< J" boys on met corners sold matches and wanted it for thing. They I I part time man or woman t*>
: to come, cine !: KINO sin 8-IO-I2) WidesHi living room. 18 ft. kitchen gas D partmnrt I Many
Teen-agers handcarts refused in and PEN I nerve Watklni customers In Most Modern
flypaper.
pushed to give to poverty, set heat phone hardwood floors. items still in stork. Che'kwith
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1 Hath.
JJ" in mmej." finis; tended spindles in themills. their hearts to do S.ittle. But there had! I Will fldr.ehe. .bokjiXM MngrhLindy' .r. 1 1ArcIfy I I flrrplare. electric: pump, 1H I Starke. Good Income No In- us brfore you buy BuUln -
pwi p nndNew Rtpandables; '
n "Dropouts 1 of them. be Nation have barn and yard U chain vestment. Set your own pout
every one to something more. | hi irouc (rand. I Ie story I ton'. Annltenr.s 1t"1f
: i tried for centuries to escape (poverty .*<.. )- trvty T.n!loo. I link fenced Purchase price Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. F4.P. .

.. I Nobody called them rhlt.tost!\ took yet have remained in its grip. Caring (r* wrWn 81 and Used here Is If't.t only 132.000'1 O. Box No. 3447. MemphisTenn WANTED -Man to work or RADIATORCLEANING

J? 1 child labor! for granted, for those were is not enough. KINO Sill INK( I Oood terms atp 37 221 farm Orey hound ral'Lna and

r poor times by modern standards. SUPPIYIll H-Vr. Hnancini available NO. J7. FOR SALE-I Off 1 Fitrlane 8 wild bird Steady work fLO'
J7 Young or old, I''opleork".1 to eat In the United States! the tools were at .. be able! lo drive trartoiHotue.
,.,. d.ocb ."' .ef-btli". lOTS OF ROOM -for the Cheap. Good condition. Phone
_. and there was little left over for what hanI.l'here WJ1 an IIltlUSrrloilon: <
,S then were regarded' as luxuries such aseducation. dedicated' to technical advance. swiftly I I..sub.1 ......., I I chase Natural gas one Blk I and gas furnished Modentt

:: As recently as I'M()(), only gaining !skill, I I in production and distribution. t ws_ond wtltei wither I 1'lanPayments to town Center Only 11>600 I EARLTON n.A.-a acres MO salary. ,J. M Edwards phin And

six youngsters in one hUlltl re',1:011I: This I was the source of riling; ... e Simi. I. Under $50: Per Month Or owner will trade for small. : ft. frontage on S 200A. beautifully ,, 9(14-3131 trch'l'

:: high/ I'hooOnly\ four in one fjinilv inrnl11hid: ; killed. the need' I R WW BUY er hou<.. | 'wooded with live oak 1"OtTNDS.lturday in washIng !

hundred went to college: and only two for child labor. This 1 supplied'! the money' I kiNG Still' and pines 17.500 John J mac-hlne.t Thorr.t >r.Washeterla :. REPAIRINGDEPARTMENT

graduated. to pay for sin.li necessities as education. I .U.... feeh and gfvetRrtw NOW! STROfT REALTY Bennett 11402 Elaine Dr Clothe! Owne
2117: N. Temple Ave. Jacksonville 10. Fla. 768-8083
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.500 {
; irsoiirceful willing toknows IR'I''I'' | may have by identifying: and
., Competime, we [IV. S. 3111 in
We still\ have r- !
k "drnpnurs."aicrrrvboly tackle risks in the hope of garneiingreward xpext .from. oo'r *.. I Mobile Home SitesAVAILAIU.K Phone M3-14M! ,i paying for ad Allie Strong
,!U and I I poverty I'is r fat f oin de-I 1, American commerce and I industry wool eipenilve p.n.l I I FOR SALE -mo Chevrolet Bn t1forH ("n Hospital) ltr!

feared; l u ut film's I : liave cli.mn'-il,I Neatly I 1 provided I I the economic means I II FOR SAIE.. -Siamese! cats and I, Impala. Air conditioned
seven in ten go through 1 I 1 I.!.1 i n.hooltoil.iy I I of I I laying chickens. See next doorto 189500. Phone 98.- 601. ext FOR SALEDuncan P\f'
.and more than Ul( per rmt' ot'the to start bieaking I the shackles I (pov of I 1 I It Full lake Privilegesllomeslcad Newsomes Body Shop. Rt. '' 117J tffhc couch down filled pillows tTJ 1 1 1

college-age; group are m cn1l, -..-. :Most C'abundance.They'r. I Theyetc. \ : the instrument ,, ExemptFinancing: 100 Itp..i ,, Phone jM.4-79a. Itrhg m( (

look education, FOR RENT Furnished' upstairs -
and
at as a MH. .ty r I FOR RENT. -Two bedroom apartment ) I
WAITRESS WANTED Ex
such it has become.' still arc. apartment. Large Urine
I perienced.' Apply In person! at'Oarden dining room kitchen mlthi I{ : nicely 1 furnishedfuel
II We d Lake Geneva Restaurant :2tchf! :3 41Bl'SINESS breakfast nook. 1 bedroom : oil and gas heat N Walnut "*
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Bt Phon9 |4.at< tfchaI
1 11 $ MR NT2a.m. and bath. Cor. Washington \ 66" ServicePhone

Trailer Sales FOR SALE OR TRADE I HOUSE FOR RENT3 bed-
itch !|i
Grocery Meats & Produce.' room. 2 bathe AvatUbi Ofil-OOil

F'crtrr Thins, for Hrrtrr I;:i\mtt: ,A"> ,i.r* fA/mr,
Trail Ridge and III hland PlantsH. heystone II
f, Open Sun &'( Evenings: Will swap for farm. Phone Crosby, 214 Lafayette St. or FOR RENT- Modern 4 room : 1U."ih" .

I I. du I'ont de Jacksonville 7t: -41.\38.' << houe Tile
Nemours! & Co. (Inc.) t phone M4-703I. Itp bath Phon tf
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The 5H'.1.I > Of Vl.... '' ..r Krpil ,,, .
Farmer's "nl., "pc."" F bruI -
I Diary llnlil I| '1'. I llriton. wh...." '..... ) all I' I .. I"U-,
I Ii RECREATION NEWS J JJ .".1 .s,5.irccs l I I. unknown. I A. .1. Thoni.
You mr* hvrohy, n"II s tlo.1 l i ith I I .\. i TI J ) '.. ,,.
'i By SAM MoGarvcy i iI '. .* .....npl.lnt| In %h.* .. .XiliiuiiKii" )' 01",i dr biinln non cum
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Muaiftiin. .* 4lri I *.ii. I llMliitlir' _. ,
-- -- -I i I (r. tiiiini! ...."nn.nf the estate
I R"lth| f ilr. .<*n. I'rr.rnIns' ,11, Vi-\. >' il. sip.! ",'. nnfil., "
t':,ilOR CI.'mSS1LSKETRI.tI.L :N't. II-41:1.: now .nillnv. i
I For the first! time we have Jilt 4t ltl
MKN'S: ,'.. |
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: Mrriilt "re$ if lirinirortl. > "
Bradford County Might DevelopA I I a dogwood blooming at our : I.KUU'EResults : : Results! : Spartan 40, Seniors ". I"l..rl.im.. I" ,CIisn..ry.
I place ant It Is a great delUht : Yellow Jackets 12. hi'h j..s w"r. p. ...
38. Rebels SO. 27. .. .
J.iycees ..
Barracudas 46 Stingrays 39. r\ l with priM' '' *' 's.' hu* .
Potential Bonanza On Santa Fe Then are more showy orna- : Standings: Rebels 4-0: Seniors *nii' >n.li. >ft .... that' rh* "
1: mentas: (lUke our little Beli Mustangs! 30. .r..k. .llv.,1.r,... Ull II.'I U of, !
i I alum azaleas. for Instance I Standings! I\von-lostl! I : Stingrays 3-2: Spartans, 1-2: : Jiy- r 'urm. 'nirtlnti'timi.1' ,,) with' .. (
cees. 04. olhvr. "r.'ll I.'V .noiiwht.. III I III
:, but for a graceful quietly-. 3-0: :Mustangs., 1-1; Bar '
<}IKI.4 \SKKTHU: Ultiitl' iitilnlnt| VIMI t nr..
"Way down upon the Santa Fe" i Is age before submitting the priority list elegant!' !' display. there b: n-- racudas.! 1-1 : Yellow Jackets The OlrU.. All-star Basketball h. IeiuIr..S...' I... ,". ,...iui. .' '
-- -- -- I'I 02. I| tn I rhw oiiniiihilnt I UN *ni,, ,
one of Bradford County's most beautiful to the State Road Department I With thing to. compare with the team defeated the 7th (I with I III. I'lorK. of ...hl ( .
peak production \SKETB.\M.:
berry 1OCTII
flowering dogwood.' We hiv, ..hl d. ,
most picturesque and moat hIs- budget meeting on March 5. I : Grade girls 24-15 at the armory N.rvi. n > .1" th> i I' u
still several weeks off, growers .j another not out. yet, which Junior League I 11..111. V I' ''hrh'I' tt..rus..3, '
torically interesting areas.! I are hoping that the weather! has a tinge of pink In the I Results: Koch Drug, 13. :. on Feb. 19. Playing: our) "I'l.iiuiirr.. i I'I I in ,'' .'-r Charley .
t/irki*
the All-Stars I Klorl.lii ni'u i I InitM i
will settle down and allow'I blossoms. : Chamber:' of Commerce. 24. were Carol I lIut- \Un-li, IS, IIHA.. ; .11..wl... '
The Santa Fe we refer to is not Apparently the Indian Beach I them to cash In on the crop. I.I.I S S SThey've Standings, : Andrew Drugs. dish. Pain ivrry 8htr!>>nllowrll ii I"i.i I"..11.. or. tl Ii. .."... E.
dents have another grievance !!, Sharon 1"1'1'11. Rol ln .iui.I.I5.t| '. l will !I... ,..k.5 M t .
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Santa Fe River but Lake Santa Fe. The plantings are recovering j 3-1 of .. .
I I.i found phosphate : Chamber Commerce r ".,, liv you. Thin(,5 no S '.
should be given some attention now from recent heavy rains Warren. Kelly HIclmrcK, Rllr- I lit. "..iuililii.lt.,1. John
and more particularly the eastern sure enough out. I In the Urook- 3-1 : Koch Drugs. 1-3; Bradford in thi n lest
interest bars, \Moody and Juno S eckly. 1_ .... .. 1
county. in the of and flooding Hardy u.t th "
shoreline that is designated on platsas barring more er!' area for we tclkeJ to a I Barber' Shop 1-S.liuIt ..".51,5, T p l,.,riiih( I Illiini
Indian Beach Subdivision.The concerned. One of them rains or a freeze the out-look man of that area who said a :\ league Alternates: Linda Ilnns!, and \\ mv hniiil, .a ii| \rl.I. > I I
cently "The county doesn't even Is favorable.S. large vein- of It hm been I ResultsK.'BMtcr, : Oil 20. Helen Jean loOn"Tns 'of mil,| .'"".1 'HI r4iarkr.' "tat'I. 1 about this. question) :
IU. hula/ K..I.. ,
TIME: nary I lit. |44a.
with a dumping area in this section.! I found "right" under my holler Stnrke\ H.trdware.: 33: Ca- (//'clt\LI' : ) Our 50) old home
is beautiful but eur (
The Recreation Center )
Jim .
area added that he must transport! his! Lots of greens are going to But there! Is no official word novas' :21. Southern' Discount! l'hiirl .. A. n) 'ph.y.
problems problems of inadequate waste In the fields. Whit' i In on It 29 Teen Time every S"tlll'.IYniliM .\a I'l..rk ..f .MII.I. I'lri-ult I I was: badly damaged by
miles the yet. the
five as companiesInvolved
road: and insufficient drainage. But bage to dump j needed U a canning plant: in Standings: Oen Jewelry. &- from 7 to 11 o'I.lJlI'k.with _ sat 4l (fire. It will cost us $3500;)
to
ed by Clay County on Highway $ are scrambling tieup Mr. and Mrs.. John Manning In 'She .'....... '. ......
in spite of these problems the ares is its intersection with 100 I this section which could utilize the property before an an- I : Southern Dls"OIl1t.1: lSp.llir.. laWs* .Js.Si., l flnrliln.In (In repair the home -our
with who near such and stabilize as directors All boys mid\ lire Instiruncv U for $12.-
thickly populated people are I crops; nouncement Is made.: Starke n.Hdwal'e.1 : Canova l'o.k.I.a
willing to put up with a few inconven- other five or six miles north to prices.% And at the end of the S SAnd Pharmacy.:' 1-8; Register! Oil. 1111I!!. 13 to IB years old are In ll... 1 "1".r Kr.-d OliO) -- but the Insurance
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Bradford urged f to 1".1.N.'I
along nearest County berry season there U a lot of so B.'ookcr. U 0-7. come out and Jointhe allows $:.1200n )
iences in order to enjoy living a centi-t : t.'" or i-Mlinir .ivnn.in( i romouny only
the serene Santa Fe whose dark waters area above Keystone Heights on fruit that could be used for I of Interest again today, aIt funStampCnln, "lea' 111,1 I I 51...liii.r_.. S iir .\,1",1.,5", ., 'I clllmll l". 4 t the 'depreci
C'ollerlort. ('tub ( .. .
old 100 cut-off and titr !I.' UnrilM Nun film' Ti
Highway near ,) ; making Jam presrcves. wftaIme years ago, when Sitiir.litv' to build the .,.., ,
mirror ancient moss-draped cy- badly The Recreation' tVpartiiM-nt "lilefli' 'tn" ; :lIN.nlu. of( the! burned-
Lake. i S the coming of the natural .. Tit \11 Whn'n II MIV ,
| gas nailed benches. "ii'"
of
pre.Hs: trees that make a scene unforgettable It's not too early to thinkof station was!l announced. And Is! Interested In atari our: n ;N>,|Ii.t* l I. hr. *>.lv ,t\Mii S .I I Itmvw portion. It It possible!
natural beauty.In Fair which, Isset Thl"'I'.kf'n.1 the! Banket Stnmp-Coln Col1"l.toCillb\ 11.,1 l mv flntil ".5!1",,.n today lo Iniiire n home toFUl.I4
The has already e4taLIi! 1 our County the' people of the town ..
bull .
county I areIfpUlnll' toiirnnment' will be piny- M |mlitlmrtitrir' tl Inhi) noil '
dumping areas in several other .for late April. and coming ready for expansion IH! her... I think. I. Both young and, old who are |.*Htiiniff" >llto Mttnwn. it I, ('h.! i 'u I HKI'LACKMENT: .
of its comparative isolation. I uo fast. It is especially important Intersted In such a Club beIng "t |t'r..1 l .'''l 1... 01.| *, *."nfil' I'h.. I I Ihtiv '?"
spite hardly more by putting In a municipal! The people! who took the Air .
tions that are organized, In tIns Recreation tI',1' l mv |1..1111.I I it r..r r I I Iili
and difficulty of ingress or egress ina than the Indian Beach : for all those who are water ny.itcm. Knrre, tent bAlk In Peremher come ",fhtiin" .'. .niul. (Imr I will "
Indian Beach has populated going to enter to<'k. or exhibits S Center. on FVbnmry' ,<, I th* ll I..,i..i'.i 1,1.. ThM,i'nit Charley E. JohnsAgency)
wet or dry period that it is got their scores'' buck., Most ..
It has been pointed out :27 at 10 1m for .an organIxnllonn \ HWII. CiUIUtV .Illtltfl* f I III l
it time to
grown until more than a hundred horn- since as takes pre The future !Ii not nemlv so of the students. can volunteerfor r..1., a'..iiiI t"-. I"i.'s.i.s.. ..ti M
sites I !
of them show placesnowdot ficult to obtain dump pare for such an event bright\ for us at our pUce. aJ the Air' Force Iliey want meeting% I U. 5 II Ha .wt, I lu nil) o*.tifk| A )
csome erty owners are often reluctant to I the Tot-riay Area fu Mi|'m\itl,. I tif 5 llti* 4tnii'' I Ml: t S. Walnut St.
its shores. Perhaps forty or fiftyof will thing we have mostly un I.Isn't' that\ nice. Hgt. Norm The Tnt Play Area. which 'or, flntl .IIM') I htii'itf ''i. PII>'h l lutt
due to fear that a dump Like all owners of home! d..rllTolmdwater.. In fact :.n ,'nl11p over' from. Onlnen-. nl al ri lot t .1"| > hunl"l non, rilONK: 961-0201
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these are occupied by "permanent"residents ate adjacant property. With us: I water system Sam always we'd go m fur at to nv tint vllle In give us. the, good news.AltOIMl hm been open but mulch a t IeeIasn-SSI' lit itnnt'Vnt. \ (II It* i* t I

and the rest are weekendersor "wasteland" as there is along meant to have repair parts on 1 j all the water Is by no mean!) ('AMITS! short time. hm been nucreiwful -
summer colonists from nearby cit hand. In of trouble. So1 In getting our little folk out
however it cae under-ground. and lurk
Road : a '
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Speedville If vou're
ever nlng
i/i/ by
ies. It is one of the best "tax pro- could recently he botwht a spare does not have to waddle far\ | to play In an organised arl'a.Ilolhf'I's. .
the .
likely that county the srlnml and *'M a big:' boy T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBINGON
ducing areas" in the county due to the suitable location for such a '('(' air volume' control and a to find a 1 place to p.id.lle a- tltthllni! ; ts It 11th. Potlcewnm" facilities.' com* out,and lee (lie -
Bring
1 large number of homes that are not I pressure switch for our water round. your young
don't worrle.1 Th.it'
sizeable an. net
because function for a segment pump. and felt he was ready' :: S children for play and., sunshine
eligible for homestead exemption .
clientele.In 1111< Ken Thoinn fighting with
they are occupied only part time tax-paying for an emergency Our driveway for Instance. bin mother nhout him Imvlng;
S S S
by families who own permanent homes answer to the question." I" a nvM.! and: we're thinking the cur In 'go )0"." tjollllnger' CALL24HOURS
he
A, things turned out. of putting an outboard motor -
elsewhere.In couldn't a dumping area/ be tlt>!4 didn't have long to wait for on the middle Jumper It.. In iitlneiivllla.If run MIGhT rtNIt.* s..

at the borrow pit on '(' last, weekend I Ithi-ne 1! things/: either that. or Install a "snor you're. ever walking nround way you writ*. Com. In and A DAY

spite of its tax potential the Road ?" the county )points! out always happen when store kel.. :' and we prefer\ !!' the former \ lirfore nrhixil .In I hit I ...1 i.ot' vms* "_rlt. Kr*TlTf*.

Santa Fe colony received little attention this property is not actually are clo"edl I the volume con- for the big b..M found nornln1..11/ will prtihitblyre ) ItlUMtK Fnnnlaln, Ten. TEI.E.oNtril. .
DAY CALL 911( 1- 291
nf
n boy Nil
to its problems until recent years.' by the county, but is! under 1)1') trol gadget developed a leak around here' the' little VW 111..1. l together/group'. nn l .you'll hll.I'1 !

This is understandable perhaps due ownership. which a nyl'.' water all over might present nothing but. a the jingling nf money Thin. In ...... I ......11. ....rt Of 'It".Uklk Nl'nAI.I.IUiIMHT. : : I !> | : !)I
to the fact that U is in the extreme the electric motor and nearly tempting' mouthful .... Jurfh'.11 Irroll. <>.
where to ruined the whol work In. Krunk "KonUby' matching ..'l.rlrt.. In '.4 I.. .. Nr .4l.r4I
of the county If might be permitted .
southeast portion we lAm.. Saul., IK lk.s-.p.
Bradford tapers to a narrow point at in a little wishful thinking we S Thut'i all for thin werk. .< ... %i>.i sieustusnn. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
hand. .. .
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With a spare' part" on I tlr>> n "rirtlnltff' V* .
the Alachua and Putnam County line. xlsage!! the Indian I teach Road Steve Henmiirk Hnlih% T ilrvi.n 1 I'en4su"
Install It
Indeed many people are not yet aware and eventually extended It was no biz job to \ BBS MlTlfM.. IIK PIT| I,
and soon the' trouble!!' was repaired BYLINEi
that this area is actually a part ofBradford long the eat ,shore', of Little S. thanks to ruxlni; been

so distant' is it from the to finally connect with the dead prepared It was hard to lav i

main land mas of the county.As PR 21A near Silver Ike. This out the! mranev for the ' \ twist. week. at nch..<>II 1 Wf had l TOTAL'" .UlfB. INSURANCE IN FORCK NOW OVER BIULION. .. DOkLAIlS-.- .

shorten' the distance. by several. i parts but It paid off by vIm I An assembly for th, piirnnMiof -

a matter of fact due to the peculiar between" Indian Beach and Starke a lot of time and: money 1 giving awHrftit.. KAthy My- .

geography of their location. would, undoubtedly bring many \ later. rick got the B,,ity Crwkerllomornnher --

"-ome' residents' of Indian Beach might customers to trade In local stores.! I -I mwiinl.. ant, a

whose county I chance. to compel. for' local l
to wonder just
pause
l Bradford Farming
family they do belong to. The map Such n road is In the pipe ( honor. And Mike SUtrtmksrot

live in Bradford.but category at the present time ,('( I wIly the Teaching Hchnlurnhlp .
tell, them that they r
,secondary( ( AS a very high hnn.>r. 1iI1iiMtIk
many of their children attend Bradford( County's
Iji.t. week the Tornailoeawere
school in Putnam (Melrose) ; others funds are deplete! and this!! five hntn, >I.V the f.ske< City )

work and get their mail in Clay ( Keystone of paving:' would likely cost! 12J'I: : UiilMiiK The Tornu'loM.. illil-)

Heights) ; while, some find it quarter of a million dollars due 1 n', llnlsh the .wesson with a

easier to attend to business in AlachuaO swampy/ area it would have to >}i creat' ,..'ord. but they ought

( ine.'vilte! ) than to travel the circuitous for some of its diittance. t h< in full awing next t ymr.

route to their own county seat : ) SEEIT Th. T.rnu1.uel. ''' will !lua. two
But on the other hand a $ G-"S
i 'a'f'rll fell, Warren anti Clen.I' "
in Bradford. I looks, less!! '
expenditure I .** Hut they hove. a lot of
could l he found to / I
some way I of whom
This. has caused some residents' of young players mgny!
the area to de\elop a stepchild complex in view' of the tremendous ta l hoer., ,Iatt .tll thIs y..r. Bo Tli year lOflJ' mark*! another. tfn'fifunl, milcdlon for T.ib.rfy'Natluntac! $

concerning Bradford County -- tentlal that would be lealized the Tnrn.iiliM' should really with Individual.. life. Insurance In forro. ) jmlng (tlia $:.l billion na.rlc. Total _

county from future "\' > !Phil CronkhlU I I boo m the running next yvr f alm.it .Jmlf billion dollar are ron-rrvatlvi-ly Invested.sand .
attitude that might have been Justified resources' t> one
an this art'a. There are many fine .! The ninth ltra-1! .."h-II.. adance I and l Mto
in years! gone by. Recently. however there already, and with the ( j- I II I Krlilny nmni '""'r Inc the ,'oml'|' ny tin* over $31 I million of capital ur|> > guarantee

the county has been I giving more of 1. W* had. .n very gmxl J.m. Th J,..'.." rr.irn !1..11.! tIme fulfillment of its obligation
of the more i
attention to this "forgotten" area and desirable up area.. many would I he sold till tart. Frl'lay night In m..I-1 City supplied l li".. musIc< They \V. are miiwlful of till ronfi.lenra fbrwl, In ti* 1 1y' our |ailli-yownera. ant '
places
road( *-though still lea'lnamuch to so-called "show places", |.y with people ln4rvt l .r. very ......1. with three l.lpdM. our ('oIlUnu"I.I1'"rllllo provhU iltkicnt5! busiest *il reliable. tklnL.e.< : -' -IJ"

l Ioe dt'sired-wlll at least permit most placed by I I grnwlng. vegetable. It wasigreiwl KUltar. II drumrorr .nd"

residents to get in or out, except in would 1 le a tax-producing $) I I by th..4" present to vocalist The Unc was. .t TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCC.... ............ HOJ2.345.3Sl

time of extreme conditions such as the county. j 1 II follow a rmlCram thaI will t\Ot. the Armory 1964 INCRtASE IN INSURANCE IN rORCC... 290,118,801

might take place during the hurricane With adequate roads and I| Ul\My.nraurwi .lartMfilr 1964 INCREASE :IN RESOURCES .. .. ....... 38.101.886'
agreed Th
was .1*> r aSnI'II.''
"e3l'0n the Big:' and Little Santa Fe .... .,. .. ..h ..l
wmiM" market th. rr."IUC'-1 lW.ly C1 b w* DECEMBER 31 1964
with '. FINANCIAL STATEMENT
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could hold its own any *t the farnwr' market bout 40 rat. at their'> CoIr

Recently the County Commission traction in the state and would / tier In hv volume for buyer II' I 1 w..h and Mi. hy l"..,nby ami, __

advanced<< the Indian Reach road- an Irrenlstable' appeal to people I'| It was MilUn*,l that. It would l 1] Ken Thomas. built th* bent hI" RESOURCES l-

coming:' in from Highway 21 at Faith would vie for chance to have a I'I ) to lnsttti't auchpo.rlm 1 I Mluxil for Studentksvernmsflt
a he rtifftrnll" for thc
Gu.rsteed. and 1..1. r.l.te Mergi.i. ...................... '2'27.771,19U.
Presbyterian Church and extending second home in one of i onl.* there was tonllwl All mle' atti'i-
or ft merclMnIn { I. Oo..mmtiil. .."*. ."< N.Ut................................... **,2".7'.IL.
north and south along the lake-from remaining' unspoiled areas of effort to pool ,itt (loY.rn..nt members were

No. 6 on the county's secondary road beauty In the state. In the past a gr.l many ",...-. tll meet i clown at the T.UI' U. f. OWt...*ll*"t..lc..fl..................i............ "'M!..,!!?.??

priority lIt!! to fourth place with only II I people hare. .gre.Hl. to do this \ M-h'Kil to htilM brn'h..a !Mirkry OlIiev ..aal utah. Mere............................................... *?," '.4ll.48 '

three other county roads ahead of it Our County Commissioners. but at th* llm! of harvest *isd| Km were the only P sbIiC' UIIIIY a."... .................................................S J 71 l5I7.3l '

in rank. \V> believe however that the been sympathetic with the i have felt th-y wrr batter \ one who nh..w'
this road the of residents of this area and I mm\fm\ divl hT. IIfthi to a V.TV r--. ",1< Jo,1J though V.awuoli ., a."".. ..............''"'"''.'....>><><........................ Il&I'.J I. 4'1' '
to
distance. a"innd by done much in recent years to truckers, or have trtl'k..t ItI .. 1111.. ... I.IpCP4S our ulppre. P lucy t.."., ......................................................... 1 7..2.2.. Oil i

CV; mmi .ion-1.9 miles- is not sufficient thes less. Much 1 I..ff lo other point This t.... 1..II"n to. Y'.t\o1a' \ P"W.f' c......", Occuplad' ....1 f.t.te.. iit.................................. ,,fl lIa I.I' 1

to do the job. Someone apparently problems and not ..,nl, Hurt their, n.l.hbor. I I I& lIght f.r ."t'fl It"I'IJr': th. ."p, |I..I..M.. ............................................... 3.131. 14.74 'dlI
to tit' done however we .
mi.ocalcuUted. for it is .9 of a I but a great many time thrv (K-f .,r" l U. kr< '.mKm I I Cn". .....................n........................................... 2,211., 24

mile from Highway 21 to the lake like to see everyone concerned I have h",.l I to brln. prt of th..,irlo f it ,r. t::1 l thcr!, time' It.chs.n..l.........l............I............ J4tSI1S oaI

and this would leave only half a mile BIG on some future planning ;I .l horn *>nH dump It I tthU .*I..Ifl1SC,...................................................... 1 '.21' 4'

to 1 be paved in each direction. north development of this most. : We .nrely. no|>. PM. I .1. T.a.I..,............................................................ I4li'IO,5i.4F '
and south if the distance ii limitedto area. I I great m.*..iy people' will. be t' Y1.1 1MWSIt
.>, r1k; '
1.9 miles. This would not carry the ""'h re there i IA no vi ill i Inn the J '> .. .iwiiurji'4 to grow will v lt"anrf f..".. OBLIGATIONS AND NET WORTH
to the dead end at the 1.5 Jut thy C '
pavement% IS
where there
h. ,
perl. And i rrommn<.Utlom. on plitnln .nIC *> ,.rv., I* Ou.'..'.. Okllg.ll... I is Pll, ywi>*r.................... '411,I'*).Oil.04Ctfttt
south end. the
or anywhere near sometimes .
impossible thing .I ..i'e. <1 KO>i.. <2 p.0)....................... '4 &441,7* *t \
"Pumpkin Patch" the north. Perhaps ,
on ,
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In the word of a current th.r .
the Commission should remea- 1 tires" aM ,otfi hnn.1* In TUI' Held t.. *vl*(.ll* musical. . hnptwwible 1'SI
the distance and its mile- marketlag' program $.cvvtt.C. YiSvitI.a. P.s.rvi.......................................... 2,t.O'0.11
ure adjust '
happening every day In order for m* to bp abt u.c.5IssIe.e..o..n.. 7.'*4.7/4 It 1 1T
to Indue buyer. to eom hi-r.. *

_\ 1nt'C'eary to know thai slat..i..n................................ $4l&F0t24F 1

Ml. of prudive grr,,,. n \
under every. thl plan will tom' 'r.I.,..... $44) ") ..1 tn.*jr.n r
Cle.aSI,. tI5 10i511fl4 eflIC.e1.'
throttth the market. My. J Job ,

OPI44 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH here to to protect Uw farnwras LOC\() !I. IcIIltPM.s-r.rI'I4: ; : l : L

far a* a fair market prlc
1 ESTABLISHED $1879 for what he raUe and to I 5g1 TsabiC' .ft Dtilth) 'I hom..... Inman. (1ren; t 1 1IrmI.

protect the buyer to the extent ST.-tI"l'S O'IU"r
.
= : Jones James" S'strsChturkus
1 C. L. MATTHCW, CDITOK AMB PuciawaOLoaar that volume and qualitywill

c be avaiteMe us .... gd. I tIN'' t-I SeCS.ks.iatlat'l'
0 Xipperer 110M. M. Ilirriflry
> '1.0..0.. '. Wt. i.r Mrwveiec' fHiBbiOMto, You wilt$ be receiving, a >t- at YVeSIII Shall. ..

I 110i4 YUIUOd.V. UNoaU Tie SsPij.s.i.io MaarxtAOCCH I taT. asking| your interest.. I It III ) _n..lip ..._ 'I...toh

this, and your commitment ..,..... StAI'..
TMO.t>*r A... KM-INCO A. SCCOMO C4..*.. M-TTf' Ar I I Thy. starnln up for thb.

Poet Orriec>> : Ar .T""L Pi. UMDC ACT Of MCM" : .. I.TC .. program wUl have to be given

; fIrst ces.5detUen( Ther forr. PRESCOTTShell LIBERTY NATIONALLIFE
TUB TRADE: AREA OHM) YEAR IS.M . BEX MONTHS: me are asking that. If'fU*

OUTRIDE' TRAD AREA ON* TEAR If 00 . JltX MONTHS plan on growln nrthln Service INSURANCE COMPANY

contact the market. or our Bu V
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county scent, lie i M. itMrt-K: .U'r, II".A.wIll'r "

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,,yyyyy-wvyyyyyyyTyyyY.vvvyvv.yvyyyyyyyyvv' Barbara Anne Evans Becomes Bride: v1yvvvyyyvyr-gvyvfvvy '. .
By Keystone CouncilAirport .
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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Of Dr. Alfred B. Watson, Jr., Saturday MELROSE !r rIi'je


Tn marriage of Miss! Bar- Ernest W. Burch\ Jr. of

By M ry li. SchaefferXKW bara Anne: Evan.daugnter: of Gainesville served .s best man. By Mr". Grant Rotlihammn. L'.j .l Area AssignedFor

Col. ami Mrs. James A. Evar.' and ushers were T. C. Oster-

&.AA.A&&A&.A .. &A&&A& &A&&&.W, Jr. of Hunter Air Force Baw.Ja. nuinn. Emory University. &AAA sAAsasAAAAkAAAAAAJ fr1tI ,

< .. and Dr. Alfred Bereaforo, Jant's A. Evans HI. Richard Duplicate Bridge
; EYE WILLS Hill. AU you can eat for $1.25
Watson Jr., son of Mr. and : Hardy. and Dr. Robert E. Winner at Melrove D-jll- Military UseThe
Howard U. Clark.: Btn0: for adults and 75 cents for
%h.. Alfred B. Watson: of Dunciin. all of Jacksonville. ;; cate Bridge for List week In
Jr.. Lucille. A. )Miwll' child en under 12.
MireU M.iriha Ann MlzfU. PaUL Ann: NEWS FROM ST. WILLIAMS Ke"t.one Heights was eolemnlzed -,j: and I Dr. Robert D. Gerard of ,| elude'the ToKcwmc: Mrs. P.o -

'\1 zeU and Pamela Ann MSzell St. Edwards Altar: SocietyIn Sunday afternoon. Feb. -lunler( "FB. land Bryan and Mr> Walt 4I Keystone Heights City parachute drops a required: cent to the Blanding reservation -
: :21. at 2:30: o'clock. Dr. G. C. Mrs. Evnns.' mother of the I J Grotlck. lInt pUoe: MrC
added their names to Uit Starke b collecting used I Council. in adjourned session! put of their training pro- and will provide parklnit
I.ve I M. Allen Jr and ;Mr\ Ray I
i Fisher chsJ'l in. United State bride wore a dress of "frosted j jstrawberry'
; :oiond Starnes.!! s.-cond pUce
Kortda Eyebank for Restora- : linens to be made into surgt-' Air Force! officiated at the crepe, featuring t toji a portion of the Keystone designated by the! National will be fenced! off and closedto
1 c r which took place 13 overblouse of AI-lIc"n.ace : 3.lrsL\:y Cook; and :Mrs'\ H I
;
:i.on of Sight" located at the I cal bandages. You may give;: mony j Airport for strictly military Guard Bureau as one of three the general public.
i, the, Hunter AFB CIu> l. Saannah. by a white or-1 i I C. Scirur. third: placII.irs I
I p complemented
contribution to la view of sites for Special; In other action
:Medical'\ l Center In Gainesville : your any use stepped; training Tuesday
t.iis past week according t< : member of St Edwards Soc-J:>' .- Go.: > hd corsage. !I| Paey! Boyd an:1: :Mrs Rubyt I up activity expected in the Forces Reserves In the U. S >niirht.. the Council voted to
win, made into : Sterling. silver altar vases. Mrs. } Yans. mother of theI j I Lei! Ox.'orl: aa.1: Mrs Alice Camp of 1.200 lease 40 In
L. .a George :M.'1 Schaeifer .ety. They be ; I BI.ndlnaarea this sum The first contingent more acres the
B.-rnnan E
and :M.m P
:u conservation chairman bandages and sent to Cathclic: -: BlleJ with white carnations brideBTOoji wore mauve pink.: mer. men i is expected In the area runway, end zone at the Airport .
> taf-l I I Wlllht. tied for fourth placeBaptist
of: :.ie Keystone Heights LIon : medical missions throughout;,'':' sr.jpdragon&nd stephJUtotis. tiered! Chantilly lace over I Church ) In a letter to the Council. for a two weelu training per- to Walker and: Menzen

c: it> the -world.WELCOMED:!. floor standards filted: with the loti 3. wits a white orchid cortiewption Adjutant General Henry W. iod In June. ', who have already leased 416
A Sasetheart banquet washed
.\* District Deputy Govern- : : TOCO3I3tVNTY ", rr.e flow,ra. greenery and :age. : Monday night at EJlam ;_4 .a a .. :McMillan indicated that The Council:: will set aside ,, acres for use In a ttay-grow-
Smith; pointed: out at the 1 : : wrought iron candelabra! ) formed | Special Forces Reserve Troops one of the three: taxiway areas Inz operation.
j'I Baptist Church of rntermediates -
11 i': Lion's dinner meeting j On Friday nl ht. the office a lorely background fcr:', Following the ceremony a',. and:! Young People Don- SIGN of SPRINGON who will train at Blandum at the Airport for mHltarj '', Final consideration was

... f bunk: can u<* money force of the Triest Construction J the candeiight ceremony. )fsa' reception was held' I in the Of|! aid wr.unxt and: Miss Reca:! I Ii SANTA FET this summer will make use of use. The designated. area. given to a local bill providingI

j; .t t all: the money In the Co. held:! a reception: for >j Camille Shcaroune. or ini-t.! '.. 1 ficers Club at Hunter AFB'' Tiller were crowned "King [ the Keystone Airport for comprising,; 20 acres is adja-: I I I I for a referendum to be held-

\ .id: c nhit:: take the place' :helr new estimator. and his played! the traJitkTiol wed- where mauve% pink and "white", i and Quern of Hearts." Fifty- 'I C Miller. Bradford i r on the proposed consolidation:

(.: tiP eya w-Ilii. which, pr:>vldiliving "wife., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald I ling marches. :'{|I carnations wre used in table j)! two were present 1I i ii County's I IMS Polio Poster at the Melrose High School V. Y. Crawley spent a week :; of the offices of city clerk

Ua-.u
:-.'ltC. If yo.l0 lId liketo ictue at Theresall superintendent by h.er father wore an floor standards of white bridal -i i Wednesday night from 7''', biz ones are beginning to biteIn Miss Sara Baldwin was and family In Fort Walton. I[,I with the position to be appoirittve -

make an eys '4 U1. call! Lion : of the company 1 exquisite gown of Imported \ flowers and greenery. ;> until 8:30: at Ellam Baptist. Lake Santa Fe-a sure slan>1 crowned "Queen of Hearts" by Mrs. John McOee of Green- [ by the council. The

S-haefier! at 473-4127.: :! and various sub-contractors J I srnrched: organza fashioned The bride's table was cov- i Church on the Home Mission. that spring Is Just around the Mrs. CogdUl at the Valentine> rifle> S. C. attended thr >,, Clay County legislative dele-
ortsT Niciir ind their wives were present I with high Directoire bodice iered with a white darnnnk corner. The big one. which Dance I iatlon has been asked to introduce -
: book. "Winds of Cbange. ;The Friday uht.> Julie funeral of her father.! Bll j I
The K-ystone> H'I'l!?' Lion*, (o meet Mr. and:! Mrs. Calcott. i I with shallow neckline and el- cloth. with skirt of white net j work of Home MUMon Board, looks like a good candidate I Dixson.: Donna Mullis Percy Wilkinson in OC'ala.In: t i! the bill In the 1965setnion.
club will play' host at Our*; MRTHDAY! PARTY FOR centered with a tiered! wedding 1 for anybody's contest.I' .
bow length sleeven. Pearl-em with more! than 2.000 millenaries fishing: Voyle. Brenda Oberman and Wilkinson accompanied! he. ,
Nixht: every first and thirr' 5ETJ1 J4CK50N broidered Alencon lace form- cake decorated In "swag and i,, "was. caught during an earlymorning Dl-ann Alderman were prln- daughter home and on the!:*]I| It was explained to Mrs.
of the start- :.IoaB! ? h Jtciuon. daugh- usael" motif. At each end of Sara McDonald present city
Thursday month. ed fishing expedition by
a hand-clipped pattern extending Pancake: Supner I> eesseat The Cavaliers played! wily they visited Mrs. Nel
:n n.; onlarch 4. at 7:30: p. zn r 'oi Mor ;,n1 Mrs. Robert | down the front. and the table were tall candelabra Will be hejd; March, 2 from T C. and his father. Jack 1. for the dance. Round tree.! Mrs. Emma Pin net :: tax collector who appeared

.. the Masonic Hall. Titer !Jicfcjon.: ctiurialnsd: at her i! wiu shaped to the chapel/ entwined with smtlax and pole ; 6-7:30: p. m. at Trinity Parish :Miller of Lake: Santa Fe. Boy Kconte of Gandy. Mass also vlsltec :' at the meeting that voters of
..ill be prizes galore: including rrru' on I. ik* Keystone to carnations. Five small Keystone will be given an op-
| train. Her illusion veil fell In pink House sponsored: by young: Saturday. Feb. 20. the Boy there Mrs. Plr.ner.(1"1.: Wit ]
.> $10 door prize at each uieet1fl :-t'Ut-rat.tf! h r eleventh: blrth : I I round punch tables were" centered -. 'i oortunity to approve or reI -
I i I throe tiers from a forward people> of Hawthorne and Melrose. lI Club of Gainesville, had aBo" kingon. and Mrs. Roundtrei !
Be sure to attend and .ast Sat.d.iy: aftsrnoon.! The I I with silver punch bowls. Family Night I'|I ect the measure In a refereni -
cluster sisters.
or organza rosettes Adults $1.25 and children club gamea room and are II
hosU.i-5 rjceved: lovely KUU:: i -* if the bill Is passed.
bring your family I I The bride cot the lint sIKeof I
with stamens of Her T5
pearls. ceaThe billiard Mrs.
tournament for the W. B. Dunn of Elowah
At FaithPresbyterian
PTA CARD PARTT and the &.lfS'-5 enjoyed dancing cake with an engraved | Supper
bouquet was a cascade of wedding White Elephant Shop Bay Scouts Troops In Alachua Term is visiting Mr. and !Mrs I'I!
The Keystone Heights I PTA and rc.'reslimcnts. Mrs. sword which was ENGINEER; AND SCIENTISTAT
: white tulips centered 1 with a cake will be open from 9 a. m. to County. Mclrwe Troop 109! William I% nhow .
will: hold a card party Ithf' Bill! Scales ablated Mrs. Jackson yellow throated white orchid. a wedding gift. ,\,: 5 p. m. on Friday and Satur- attended and brought home Mrs. Edward.. Walsh an
new, municipal building at In serving; the guests. En- Mrs. W. D. Rogeraon of Sa The bride's book was kept i diy.: Faith Presbyterian Church; first place. Those participating -I;, children Cathy and Chris. 011( ) D. Lre Chesnut engineer

City Park on Wednesday I loylng the party with Beth vannah. Ga. was matron of by Miss Jonnne Langworthy. !; Methodist Church will hold its regular monthly were Eddie:! Rothhammer. Rye. N. Y are visiting her I i and scientist with General

March 3 Play wta begin/ at 1 I were Cindy Scales. Johnny .: honor. and! bridesmaids. were The new Mrs. Watson lived I The Commission on EducatIon Family Night Supper en Fri :, Lloyd Baldwin. Richard parrnts. Col. and Mrs. E. E I! Electric at Schenectady. N Y

pm.. and again at 8 p. m I I ValldeJuli.Paul Pam and Terry Annie Ink; 1 Mrs! Emory Cross of Gainesville -:: and attended! BChwl? for six I j and Church School day. Feb. 23, at 6:30: at the Beard. Woodrow Bryan. Billy' Kirkpatrick. for two weeks. 'Ii is lecturing this week. at Park-

You may play any game you I i Icbarger. Lclno. Mrs. J. B. :McCormlck.' years Wiesbaden.. Germany I Workers' Conference will b- clvirch. Mrs. Edward Long- Schoneman. Mike Beard. John 1 I Mr. and :Mr' Pat Oll&aon 01 'I of-the-Palms. Conferences' are

wish. Cardlnas. Susan Baker Kendall : ){M!. B. P. Edmund: Jr.. and and Evreux. Franre. She attended held In the educational build- necker is In charge of the Chamblee. Ricky Oarnv Palls Church. Va. are visiting j held at 9:30: a. m., Tuesday

Proceeds will go to the home* I I : Turner. Kim Bonner Bill i )Ir.1.. D. Jordan Jr.. all of Belleville Junior College Ing Tuesday at 7 p. m. All !supper! with Mrs. Benchoff Freddie Cook. Lawrence Har- Mr and Mrs. Craig OlUson !,I through Friday and at 730p.

economics "department' of I :dall Turner, 1m Bonner Bill; Savannah. All attendants wore. In Illinois. Commission members and and Mrs.! Fred! Able assisting. oer. Paul Morris and Tobey Mr. and Mrs. George AIff'rI( I m. Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday

Keystone High School. Mrs ,'i Meldrum. Van Ellis. and Rick identical gowns of silk featuring -1 Dr. Watson attended Emory Church school: teachers are !II A special feature: Of the Buel. Troop 80 of the So,. man. Mr' and Mrs. B E. Keli i and Friday. Sunday
John Bird is general chairman ey Warren. ur 'ed to be In evening will be a talk by :Mrs'\ Club meeting are held at 11 a. m.
University. attendance. host lee and
: a high!! Empire waistline ; at Oxford. F.mory I j was for the events other relatives and'ItrtPnds.
with Mrs.! William C MARTHA StILVEFFEK outlined with delirntej!j and graduated from the Em- On Wednesday. March 3. 101 I Chris Mitrieson. official and won second place. Events 3 p. m. and 7:30: p. m.

Young as co-chairman.( :Mrs. HONORED ON6T1I white braiil. The pale pink i: ory Medical School l In 1W3. lie a. m. to 2 p. m. the nnnual' j church visitor of the First were table tennis checkers Mrs. Bf'rthJPfoarce of j Moody science films are--

Relta Walker home economics BIRTHDAY bodice had rounded i served an internship. it the meeting of Oalnesvllle District j I'' Presbyterian Church of Gain Chinese! checkers bumper billiards Stalk Mrs. Beulah Sason of' j shown each Saturday flight at

Instructor and hI'\)* girls Mrs. George Schaeffer> as- and cap sleeves and nl.trklln.J I Duval Medical Center and la I WSCS will be held at the! esville. Mrs. Matheson Is president and spot pool. Oakland Park and.land I 7-30 The public Is Invited to

will prepare the refreshments. slited by her elder daughter: skirt was floor length. They now a flight: medical officer at First Methodist! Church in'' of the United ChurchWomen Little MUs Lucy IlJlden Mrs. Simmons of Richmond: i attend all meetings.

If there are those who do I Mary Ann. gave a bl.-thday wore small circlets of pink Hunter AFB, with the rank ot.. Gainesville! Miss Vera Hu hj j of Florida. celebrated her third birthday VIt.. recently visited Mr. and I

not play cards. but would be I I party for her younger daughter. satin in their hair' attached captain, V.S. Air Force. Med- |I, lett missionary from Liberia. Mrs. Matheson: will speak on last week. Special guests were, Mrs. H M Ca.ron. KEYSTONEDriveIn
willing to donate to this :Martha J. ne. on Thurs-
worth '
to short veils, and their flow- teal Corns. will bring a me&kage. missions especially: in Korea Mr and Mrs. C. II. Holden of Mrs H. J Chance/ of Tallahassee -
cause. thy. may donate a Jtiy. r'eb. to celebrate !..b.rha's where
& School she
: two
New spent
ers were pink tulips. I I I After a wedding trip along years Palatka. her grandparents.Mrs. 1s visiting her son anti<
prize. Ju.it contact Mrs Birdat ; oth birthday. Theweather I I The &nl."..-Beta. Club teaching missionaries' children Theatre
The Junior bridesmaid :Miss the Eastern Seaboard and to soon- Mary Kite of Orange dauKhter-ln-law. Rev Jean
473-4709. bad.
was extremely Mrllnda Evan, sister of the. Frankfort. Dr. and !'ors School Appreciation I II II I i Heights visited! Chance- and children.Mr. .
;I Germany I I her slster-ln-
F.\.1I0S.1SUQ'! ,..,. ,.- and many ol the little guests| bride. *TM>re r repllea'et.-The. Mrs. Waton will reside at 1 I Welt: ivt ,;?3-26. tnnsvVMII "" ,' .Anyang Interested lv.hert: |,Jaw,.Wra.,Nell Roundtre. r.-r I rcently. and Mrs. Hoyt Uthtfoot Fri., Sat.-'Feb. 26, 27
to
TheKe,, tone' Rf'l hbVomsn's "weie. unable to attend due 'Inr >
AtI nIJant8' dresses. and carried Hunter AFB after June 15.: I school assembly Friday at'. frs. ]Mathrxon will D-JI I I of Atlanta and Mr. and Mr
\ Club will sponsor a :oldj.] However some of the a nnseir.iv of pink tiillpn.. I I 1:05: an Introductory talk will welcome For supper arrangements :[ :..1and Mrs John C'as Jim Read of Jacksonville The Night
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coring fashion show at theXfclrose j braves "who came over
be please call
given by Cathy Webster Mrs. Longriecker line spent the
Hlzh School AuditOrIum i I Kathleen qndMtirle I I1locfge upent a "'f'f'kIth his weekend" with Mr '
I Margaret, I'
j.-esldent. The theme or one of the committee Of The Iguana
and
Is "B Mrs V
/ was held at the Ponce de Leon brotl>er-in-law and sl.t.r.Ir:'\ Y Crawlry.Pfa.llr .
starting at 8 p. m., Wed- o- boBrdl. Scott Morgan 1 and chapter members I True to 1 members..
VoujSchool..
nesday. I Hotel in St Aii ustlne Tap- and Mrs. James J. Boyle on .
The
March".10.: varIous Winona Faster Marjorie would: have a covered dish ping of Richard Burton Ava
new Junior
,'o.tumes11". \ come from Lei I and David Few. and Martha's nIRT1n\ 's. BI/CTJUJ/ 'S! supper In the Masonic Hall I Beta: their way to Miami.
la's Dress Shop In Starke. aunt. MISS Anna McCulIough. On Wednesday night. Feb> The chapter voted In favor of Wilson members .ii: b'! by David dit Rothlummer Father Deta. Mrs. Louise Strothard of Notebook U..2. al lb.. Gardner. Sue Lyon

Models '" 111 be local girls anc> BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR 17. Mr. and :Mrs.'\ George this and March 30 wIll be the I'! ,of president honor students The presentation Diana Minton Mother Beta;; Las Vegas Cailf Is visiting I TEI.ECo R.\PIf. Deborah Kerr

women. There will be other CHASE MORGAN Schaeffer. their daughter. first. 5th Tuesday \ *111 Kenneth Tomltnson. Little relatives and friends: in John
i I II i be by Fred Young r
entertainment as well abc Martha Jane and their aunt.I < principal Wee Beta. The contest "winners son. Mrs Strothard the form'
Chase Morgan: con of Mr[ :: I| Hostesses for the social l hour ; General Phillip Krorncr \
will
featuring> I local tae: >nt. Mrs. and Mrs. Donald Morgan was Miss Anne McCullough el- I following the chapter meeting be the truest speakerA will be announced by er Louise Johnson was raised

Owen Baker I Is general chair- lie years old on Saturday.Feb. I joyed dinner at Howard John- were Mrs. Fern Huckett. I skit, Cathy Webiiter in Johnson and attended Mel.res .
"Ooldlmop's
man. Get your tickets IIOW'P.XC.KE 20. and Celebrated with I'I son's Restaurant In Gainesville chairman: Mrs. Amy McEl- Three!' Jlt'taa.;..will be the The annual Future Home- School After graduating
SUPPER I the occasion bf'lniar: preiented. maker of America banquetwill from college she taught: In
I a party at his home on Lake- rath. and Mrs. Ernestine Jean lively
If you hare never attended: view D1ve.: The children enjoyed tha and :Miss! McCullough'r Elsenacker. P M. vc... ... narrator Ed- be held Friday Pb, 28. Melros) School

one of St. Anne's Episcopal; \ playing in the yard ani birthdavs. There was a birthday The next chapter meeting' Mrs. r E WlUon, and Mrs.NKRSERY .

Parish's Shrove Tuesday pancake at noon they had a luncheon cake with candles at the will b! held March 2. when

suppers then you have Guests Included Keith Hall. conchnlon of the dinner courtesy special honors: will be extended I

missed some good eating r Andif Tony Baker. David Few. Terry of the restaurant. to Vincent B.-lce. POP. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE :

you have been there; then and Mark Bennett. Martha CREDIT OVERLOOKEDIn Mrs. Richard [Gloria! Mur- !

you will want to no siam on Jane, Schaeffer and Chase's all accounts of the City rhee. former chapter officer.

Tutiday. March :2 I from 5:30 brother. !3>ott. hall dedication tt seems that Is still under: Intensive care at BUSINESS

till 7-30 p. m.. In the Masonic MRS. \VHITMORE. MISS everyone forgot to mention St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- [ DIRECTORY

MKTI.I.Ot'GII hONORED the four young men who furnished sonvllle. Prayers for her re-

MURRHEEInsurance OV BIRTHDAY the music-and very rovery are being atked.:! She ,/' _

Miss Jean Whllmore "III.u ffcu music! it was. This grour must undergo surgery wheni I AXTIQI'ES; .\'TO( () SERVICE
Agency hostess at a dinner party on ,rails themselves "The Four her condition will permit.1' I: )

General Insurance Saturday. Feb. 20 honnrina Dimensions" and they art | Robert Ennls's condition is reported TheMartins' Fc ttli

KIRK CASUALTY her mother :Mrs. Halle Whlt- Jmmy: WUdt. Lance Andrew-: as improved but he Place TERRELL'SGulf O.C.Carnes Nurseryi : :
SI \ I
KINtT ..U'TBOSI4! more and MUs Anna MefU.loush .-- sen. Van Ellis and Danny too must t>f! very careful Hlw y 21 between MelroKe Service 1 >Iiw v 100.( Flornhom 33 # .
Keystone ifetjrhts. 473-4783! both of whom were H.nck; Because of the bad I AARP CHAPTER NEWS and) Kev.toneANTiQUES \11e.? SE of Stark d4 tIe .' '
having blthdays The party weather" > the :M'\ !!lro e band had I tRy Helen Egan J :NKVV: a IiEI TIKE.:** Xnrwry :Stock' Thou.. ::
io b!' rartcelJed.! but these four From 1300 I'j All Slxas amln of Plants.
A Fiui'Trre
The first All Fun and Game : I
I.uhrkstian .n..r'-' ,...... Mevuwhen
boys fitted very well Into them Day of the chapter will beheld ET CETfR.HuY' ; .\ OPEN 7 A.M 7' to rhome fmm Ntc. 49
a alloted 30 P.M.Keystone Shade l
space ani their TrcM. Evergreen
at 2 p. m. Thursday Feb Sell Trade Height' 4T3-4I79' *
SOME music\ wa.s of the highest quality I 23. in the new city hall audli "True Worth WithstandsThe Si: Landscape .PUnts. All In you save by mall

PRo DIET OsJ| I i torlum. This 1 U" for members Test Of Time" I I'f <-ontalnen pUnt siiy-

ANY KIND OF FOOD OES I rillPTER' SEWS 1 who will corwlbuu the prizes OI'KX; SUXn.AYS! HENDERSON'SService Let time.IM OtmelUas lAy Helen I
-fl-IE'( CAN GET On Feb EJran) j j, for the various games tnclud- Center ,'1I. 54-.t.4t\ :Sighs. aolTLg. or day! Simply pup y wr mvi>lop<>. with check
I Worthy Matron I I enclosed, into trw twvnwt .
.,, ins bingo bridge canasta etc .\Pi'MAXrES: rruiltio*. No Aidfinc
"TV* Frfvth: Nicholson:! an3: Worthy,, The entertainment chairman Stanford! Oil PmrtiirtsJohnwm trarfic no parking problm no crowds
Patron Azzle Williams greeted la Mrs. Axel Malnvrren ,ho'T V Service Center goal MFitUp: E4TATEHOME to fight. Just Save By Mail| with UA! llighcr-ihAn-

members an:!! guests as ,, will be assisted by members of OutboardS average earrunffs pad twice a yt r.PA .
they assumed their new offices I' J. R. TIIIE.H. IToprlrlorAuthoriuU lm A S rvl.eKHhing (flit rally let.ed .
the house and hostesses com- S nIc Remember to iixlud
for 1 165 A memorial service i a!I Motorola I'hllco Tackle II..IIIIC : Slash K.. ItK, your nan and addrctw.
mittees. PI\oo.\IOftI pnerh: ..itral
SaM RJKi Servie. Eqnimwnt-Iimi
Trwu
was herd for the late J EdwinLarsoh. <- >r
The next luncheon meeting /S rvlr. On All MAkes FUEL OIL KEROSENE heat, air condlUonin: .
who was W6rthyOr will be at 12 30 Thursday. large Where Your
nd TV RADIO STEREO Intn Patron of' Orand
March 11. I!\ the educational COLOK TV Keystone Height\,<< 473--t1lnT : a ad Tea.S.E.McKay *
Jurisdiction of Florida in (Continued on Page lot Work\ : OuMnintrTV Rentals l lKrypton ...-I\.
tUS-+J. The Melrose Masonic|I' HrlcM 471-451
'FREE
Temple ; of Keystone Heights) U. s. COVERXME BK.t'T1fW! : ( ) : Realtor

Is located on land donated by BOOK ON HEARING AIDS !

tT Larson IIInd o. wigjnns.; "-Hearfn I.oss )Hope Thru Air Conditioners SUPERIORBu..Tee KETSTONE. HEIOHTa

and a plaque: commemorates KesearchWrite' lOre Ale Cost Piwa. 4T3-4S1

this glfL or Call (uist Ol. ion extra) Salon
.
Melros Mucn extended to'Oe '' GainesvilleHearing 'kVjnbrr* Cotoml T.\ Sptot..tlzlnJr} In, 'T.FST!' .t I'H A:\tTSBeidler's "
WPIA. : Keystone Chapter Uieprouram Krfrl*-a'nrooat, IHvount 1 Our \ntl lpat d DMdrndIliil
AU. f"I >R'I" OF BFAITYCILTl %
.
of social et-lo- Aid Co. l-rW-r- "l'lt'Won.... '1t p. HolidayInn I I t.

EethernesA a.s followed la previous I i20 X. MaiM @ years-that on each 5th 314..MP\! Restaurant
t Tuesday of the month. the Store Cuttirjt Naturally Curly H lrOprn Fln
Food Mimitntciv: Pv4eed '1';.
.m. T. S 4 lv Per
p.m. Annum
,i eIPei %IplrIt K..". ymClrnw OPE.V T OATS WTEXLT
Av Rear: Co-op ,
I f H1tl '1r.1.JUr. r'ull Dlirarr* r* rlM* _
That's the way Mime of them handle Keystone Height. 73-: 33f) Ate
Frigidaire Ma"tag Zenith C artr-Itahla I-omN
their money too. Use a checking account Vl'TO REPAIR I BECK

to pay (or your necessitie.and* Motorola Zeigler Heaters Fnrnilnre & AonlU cr. I Block Xorti >/ R..j LUitI'SED First Federal

place some of the balance in a Keystone! Goetzman Bros. KETS'rcv: e'v- HIlr.HT1t: ,Savings and

State I lank savinirs account. Your interest Fedders :NEW AND: USED

t will make your principal grow fat. Garage )'uFTtlturt. Ap'Bot'GIIT "" ;,-."..** CARSHanks Loan AssociationOf

ALL KIND! OF & SOLD

Keystone State Bank YEOMAN'S Sales & ServiceMELROSE REPAIR WORK KEYSTONEHouse Used Cars

3 HOTOR. BOOT PArNTTNG and 3-T Shop Starke _

Member F. D. I. C. MI. 475-2371 PORTABLE WELDIXO of Bargains
Keystone Heights '
Aim Lawn M.es5OUtbe'M.taes Ruy Sell Trade 21 1 J North Temple Are.

The-Friendly lank of Your Friendly Community 3 Blocks North of Utf Hiway 10O. 8 ml. Southof 11111
"Quality and Price" I tirrJt Key one ff.lphts!: !'It.t. Read tlKETSTONK Stark Phone ,.;IOZOOU.

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YTTTTTT"TTTYYYTTYYYYT a little Sunday. I ; coin.I.!Nebr. ,. stration Club met Wednesday rnvfend 'In I It" or namitl roui. unit mime. mid'. .VMM
ance was up 1. OUphant a teacher at the nl tr> / any niuTi i hereby. 'iiuliwl .I1 *' \\T nuniiilHliil
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The Junior boys. (and/ girls of .Mldtllcburg' Cemetery. Our I high school and Mr,. J Miller I Mr\ and Mis Fred R Sach- afternoon last week J jln, the iluitmnd/iot/ no filed Rliull b.V" "copy r''' ot y.ur nnn'r .r ,piadi.igto ,
ia.. ked to bepresent sympathy:\ goes to both famil I of Park-of-The-Palms will community center. ,M. / the ," ..II i tilTlaln. .
CLAY HILL '*ho church) are WiInkier. Mis. Frank Ilsen er filched I>* Junkln a.. Admlnihflhtr II"" Ij-x fli, nsturkr. .
Feb. : ies. Bayless | i I6ave Much 1 to make theirI Don't forget PTA meets ,. .nt. Mn"niso tiff Attorn-y .
Friday night 2i3.at ( Hiway was program/ chairman for the turn ti I Flni-ian' & n.I l file I Hi I "r-
7 o'clock for choir practice. 1'rilSOVYI.MMr. .. Family Dinner and Mrs. I home in Daytona Beach Mr. Thursday night In the school K tlii'. KMulf dv..tsed.. "' l.ntthDorthy I licliml In 'th. fifflu. or tli.c. c'isi< i.f i.
Purku l lf i.
Howard Padgett .., .C'Jli"' "0 ur '
By !Mrs. Please be there and take part ". and Mrs. William Pad By Mrs) O. E. Crosby I George Canova was pianist. : Sacher has been manager of lunchroom. Flrut I'ubltt'atlon *','i'i>. < 1* *. ., .thiI'niult the JSth day "f <'al"' ''.
rhone 289-4132 ,. vent. I the Keystone Christian Colony : /; 2'. 4t 2/-S;!: r th. ..li<- &'"ti"ii.if '
th gett And daughter of Jacksonville The annual Park of The .tuilftv, Hmilfitrif. (ft .nt.. '. lt "TTTTTTYT TTTT Thre were no services at the uml Mrs.& Polly Grit- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJlltltCII Palms lAinheon of the ChurchWomen at the Park for over'12 years f'''.rh...., .. l.rubnl.. I 'sb'ruvi,: .n I.HIMIn. : ItI. unlrl. '" imiplalnt .\'.111 'I. 1111.' I'a.
I I -4. atIt In lie: X.t.",. ur.,L.:;y yixiThin
Holiness Church 1 and will be honored fare Irrnll .
Clay 11111 | flu of Long Branch visited will be held at 1 p. m. thy PHI.I it l a'..em.'O.NoricE 1. ,. n..tl. > .hiill b* |)iii>I ll Si."41 l
( : NEWSEcmember :: i < liruatr, C'lorliMi In tbuuiir ,
|MI t Kt II MtOC.KKSSIN a i Suncluv (luc to the cnpventlonl I Airs. Irene Padgrett inut ThUl'I5''day March 1. Deadline fOr reservations well dinner tonight:/ [FThurs-.. TO CRI.ITiitsi'o ,' C..aeOn.: 13. fi3: once HinHek.' for f.11'* "11-
The walls of our" new church held at Spring Olen 'In Jack- {|' :nfternoon. On Sunday oftcinoon that the Saturday -, 1 III this Friday:: Please day.l) ,all "creditor 4,tid p'''iHnnJmvln .f I// U.r..nu 'Ir..n I'rlll I I,,lidnruin ,..<.iil\ r 1'eierHph.stvrkii.. ,i In the 111.1'.1' i
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night sing begins at 7:30 clulmit or dviiimian KKilllUt .. t'llitimtinOTIf'Ji "
and It 11"$ JIM II 1
building uie up now Horwille. The nnd familv Call Btalneid \ C"l "fid !Ilib I "f I I" '"rll->
pastor Mr. and Mrs.\ Bobby Mrs. A. A. $ .RldKMtittrj: '. .. > t.l., 1 | dity
in A-fl'Iflt
Instead of 7 m. Everyone Ii
looks nice We were glad to |, attended the etei'vices In Padgett and children of p. The World Day of Prayer YTTTYTTTTTTTTTT.'" You. and ..sch'ef. you are >: : TJ( \T1'K\K" nrv. 1"tilAi. .
hi\e our paHtor'B lint, Mrs. I invited to come out and help' hnr .bir". notirii0. MM] r"'I'|'un' "il i t'pr.'Rent Tn. J... tl ('1'1 ittniln1JOJ I .' '
Jacksonville. Jacksonville visited Iiene. will beheld at 2 p. y P\RE1\
program jo\ \
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any Utlin4: Hurt d.'nuioI.iwiiieh rtIAHiJ
sing. Sunday school at 10 a. Mnrtcan Ht ''Jr h..m. '
Ruby Newsom. of JactesonvlllsuiLh I We were sorry to learn that I i, Mrs. ViI'A"lnlaIsley: ( and m. on March 5 at the First ::8ROQKERIBy you or trtthor. uf >t>u, 1 T.X'I "I.'k, ''f til' "in' .UlTHiulah < "'11'
m. Worship ServIce. 11 a. m; .. MM V I. )In..d i '
us' Sunday night. She Claude Thomas of '.MitUlleburg !I'i family of Jacksonville visited ; I Baptist Church with Mrs. ina' )' liausiilnnt. < th.> KKtat of Ar u "" li.ri. n..O..1' 1 '."? 11\ )
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; Training Union p. m.; Evening Flit: 'iiorUy> I'iu-k, d. i ..HIJlit . InriUd 'I.. I I.uly' 'l.r 1 Ic
filmsof I unit fm I 1)1 1" >r .
nhowed some" inspiring: j. 1 11
and Robert EnnH chshwan .. .. 2 Ik 41
] passed away Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Padtfott Sou Ice. 7pm. a* of miM <'ciunt>'. 'I''10 tli* 'selns'. t you ,in th t'' 1
her trip to the Holy Land. : Betty Ra bon C'oiintjr 3..ft".r. PruiiroittCounty
\ ;JTrs Thelma Oliver ot }[a.'L- and family Sunday afternoon The Community ChurchWomen -
The auxiliaries of the!: KIurlilH. Rt hi. ifflrn''rtithe -
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Mrs.
We also had Harry Taylor villa died Saturday. Mrs Oliver l\ I w.urt houw.r oC Miiil C'ouufr
church will meet Monday I ........".. .4. I
wiUi us from Mlddleburg was bulled Iti the Long and family of Maxville day meeting will be held at at storkKlniMdii: ", nithioVMlVcalenilir That's Our Business lIL"
Daptlat Church. Welcome hack Branch Cemetei'f' and, Sir visited Mrs \Vhite heads. puientH night! at the church at 7 0'- Orange City on Match 18. NEW 1- CLUB I : nionthn from the I Hint: C 'L A S S d
clock. Everyone Li invited to uf thf flr.t publication of till* \Ve Have
anytime visitors. Our attend Thomas was brined in the Mr and :Mrs.:\ Hardy Paiirett. Anyone interested In going as ELECTS: OFUfEUS!' notice KH.: .h "&lIm ar flefttunil, "Ii It's Gtasis
attend. well The 'newly formed 4-H Clubof shell h 8 In Hrttinar, ..ndt Mhultntv VISIT
., last Sunday- PERSONALS as providing transpoita- the pla< .f. reild'nL( and c, CALL WRITE or "
Bill Hall of Jacksonville visited I lion may call Miff.\ William Bl'ooker held Its second pout t ..fr rtRdilrtM. nf th. FOR ANY CLASS; NEEDSHEA'S o
Mr. and Mis. Edward NOl'man Walz. meeting Tuesday night at the ctalmunt I I ...,,1 .,hull b. <*H rn tfhv ,.
Mrs Irene
''I Padgett< ., .., -
r visited her mother. Mrs. far rhr* "*li lttii hI. ni *irST'ARKE .
Thursday afternoon. PFKSONALSO. Community Center So I GLASS CO.
Rachel Green in Biooker lost/
Jlr und 1 Mis Rudolph( IM'I- Sunday afternoon We are '. B. WIggins and three of I there are about 14 boys who : '
hi, the daughters! returnedSatuiday have attended{ the two meet- ; INC.) I 6!
Inlet and En- NOT
Uoctoia (
gett of glad to hear that Mrs. Green
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Ings. Officers elected far .
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weeks "
frorna five -
'Mt"t"" :? (,. !gem Taylor! visited Mr andMt.q. i 18 feeling better now and was "Formerly Joe Peters Class Co.
are Pat CaUlcn. president,
iN"X.\ iiiTHIS tour and visit in Mexico. Mrs
Hliam' Padgett: and family I able to return home from the BUSINESS Front
>I and Phil Modern Store
.
jjffl: i .,! Siiitiinlriy nigl'tt.SU'K hoxpltal last Monday. Samuel rVlminlal McCord of Oalney srcretaiyThe .' We Design
Rochester N. Y.: Mrs. WIllIam club is BO new that the Just .Vail Un A Pattern For

LIST ,: this Many week.of Mrs our O.folks J. Underhill are sick ; Ooodloe fEdwlnal of, other officers have not been DIRECTORY ''j j e *- Ik TaW Tops Ifd Ifn

We aiev lOony to hear thu: Staunton. Va., and Mrs Hugh/ elected
:Mrs Irving Padgett Is In bsVincent's ::. I and little! snn. Jay, and Mrs. ''I Wilson Jr I tEtlithi| of Lake The club Is beinqt formed J'11.3 N.W. 4th PI. C.ains\ille. Fla. Thone FR2-1333

I Honpital Also Randolph i Charity Henley are all ptttinnM City made the trip. Mrs. Dan tinder the direction of Mr' .\.ITTOi REr.\IRS

Crosby <>T Long Branc'l In Bradford County Davenport t Ellen 1 of Oreer Taylor of Starke. Chaperones I -
In In St. Vincent's. Hospital Mrs Ruby Dickens : for the second meeting weie1 I i Earl's Garao-e
S. C. was unable to make the : I'
I, In also on the sick list. Little ALL, p.
OF
''DOES Mr. and Mrs. Richard MOD-, j I trip. but she accompanied her Leroy Stokes Mr. Spark Miss Kixps
I confinedwith 'I Malta Lehoczky is home with Ross Pearl AUTO REPA.UtUUR Cut Those :
Icy of Highland are mother and father on'a pre- I Dorothy Mrs.

\ flu.a' Little Nancy Carter fluMr vious vacation trip to Ja- Mnrkey Mrs. Amanda Lf'wls. All ''Wort.. Guaranteed 5
I I and Mrs. Crosby :
Bobby -
( \ his.. been sick and unable to I maica. While Mr. Wiggins/ and', and Mis Roy Grppn Phone M9-2M4 .
and baby of Ocala and Miami '' Repair Bills
fttteml 8-b"lor. hh "Harem" as he termed It. CELEBRATES: :!' BHlTIID\r So. WMnut. l Stark a.
j Mrs Otis Crawford of :, i I | ""**
DESK '1 I
Mrs. Vfjinle' P.idgett baa also Gainesville were dinner guests I were resting and /getting away Greg/ Douglas son of Mr AUTO SERVICE withNatural y
been .lOk, and Alton Moi- from the "hint of the buslnesmwoilcl. i and Mrs.! Howard Douglas. d
Crosby
and Mis. C. C.
of Mi I
COST \11'.111/ / slowly Jn prov1njj. We Mrs. WtaKlns.. flew to celebrated his birthday at his '
Randolph Gilbert
Sunday. They all visited S. Brown
| visit her Mrs. Allen home
Saturday.
wiflh all a :"speedy recovery. 'I daughter Mrs. Dounlai Gas
Crosby who is a patient -
I B. Headley r fAnnl J, at Carmel nerved the 13 guests! hot dogs, Standard OU Bervlr StationATL4 .
5250 R FVKCIPK: FOR THE: WlJKKChiikon in St. Vincent's Hoipltal.
j -
.t' Calif. Mrs> Wiggins returnedon and trimmings. Later In the -
in Cheese Shell 11' iI In the a ft el'noon. | Sunday evening Mr. and evening the youngsters en- TIRE! A VTTERrCS -

rupH sifted all purpose flour We were Bony to learn of j Mis. R. A. Ouant met her at .loyed a skatin party at theLake Budget T.nnllRoad Service free" heating, cookingand
iii teaspoon salt, ''a shoitening the death of Redding/ Kelly of i 'I i For are free, "trouble
cup | the Jacksonville Airport. Butler! Skatlnn Rink Phone 9 4-T-571 r
O resident : Natural
.
'I. cup shredtleriproeras ahaip ;, Biooltsvllle a. former Virginia told tMi reporter Mrs. R B. Leonard carrieda 407 JT.: Tampto. !!'tarkeHURST'S water heating there's nothing like
Mr. Kelly
%.- American cheese 4 to of this community late \ that her father was unavailable !group! of youngsters/ to the ._ Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, (it'ssafe r
8 tablespoons. enid vmteri was the other of the ( when the first news arrived Lake Butler skating/ rink Friday there. J
U always!
and supply
it's clean )
.1' John Kelly. He la the uncle your
1 L; cupn diced cooked' or thai his partner. J. Ed- nixht. for a skating' party

canned chicken 1 0-ounce can of Mi'3. C. C. Crosby. Mrs. win Lamon had passed away All who went enjoyed themselves Service GET QUit OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE -
L. Station
Williams, Mrs. M.
$ ((1 cup) pineapple tidbit., Kenneth Very few motels and vacation' Immensely
$110 e
ouf PRICE ONLY I and J R. Kelly. Our' ,
is Conner $ OIls Lubrication
drained; 1 cupchopped Cnli- sympathy is expressed to the lodges have telephones which Those attending the wrestling ..;I J PHILLIPS STARKE NATURAL GAS r
"an"
fornia walniitst 'i cup .iHral 1 I' la one of thp attractions fora matches,! In Jacksonville I, 0

When select desk in the MarnaySlgf\Qr.\ fel<'ry. 1 cup dairy sour cra tm familY. busy businessman nk'fr! '''Thursday night wpl'e.11':\ '\ncI ''GeodYl'ar Tire X Bdtterlr* CITY HALL PhONE 9GI-2351 -
.
you Mi's. Bei nice Portler of Albany ROAD SERVTCZ: ,
-' 2-3 nip naiad dressing.' wet'kphdl I Wiggins.' He was finally Mrs Earned Edward; Mr I I I
Series desk will have P Oa.. was the
Budget
your ,
reached through the Vice- and Mrs.
Miike a cheene pastry shell Mrs Ouy JI rrll. Mr -.
mother
of her --
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1 of five Ingredients adding one- guest Dickens, and sister Consular Service : and Mis Bobby Jones and -.---. .- '-- t t: __ .- -, -
'-1. Baked enamel finish third cup of cheese. wth! the Ruby MI'R'I Mr. and Mrs. George Jaynes !! ThresH" and Betty Rabon. And// e
Carolyn Kurlmay. of New Paltz. N. Y stoppedby Herbert Davis.. of LaCl'o"I4t.
!
2. Chrome plated square r tegs\ shoitcning: I save rt'malnlngcheP.4e Mrs. Alice Kite of Stalke :
for topping). Bnk In I for n short visit with Mr Guest speaker at the Biook-
3. Full suspension file drawers visited Mr. and Mrs J.
R-lnrh pie ]>11Ite., Cool. Comblnn' M'I and Mis Francis P. EMail recently rr Church of Christ on Sun

4. The newest functional styling chicken pineapple nuts., IIn< Dyer Sunday afternoon Walter Cache They were on their day morning and night was NOTICEMobile
Mr and MI'/I./ '
and beauty you'd expect only in celery lilend sour cream nod 1'1' and children of Jacksonville. way to Jenson Beach where Jo ml" Rhoden Mr and Mrs.

much higher priced desks. ._,__ niavonnalm and add of his they enjoyed a month of ftoh- I I Rhodcn! and family: of Jick-
: r'ICII': '! II't thirds! cup to chicken mlxtn'-'i Warren InK and relaxation. Their son i I sonvillc: visited friends while ,
And the satisfaction. of real sailings.IXCltr.IM parents. Mr. and MM. '
mix well. Bpo.olInto paiU'y\ II Edwin a graduate of the Unl- they VFTHrrf. I
U yoM-r* opening a new office or MARNAVgivinc nhell' CadleMr:! .I vemlty of Miami with 'his. '
and Mis Fred Broartwoll l'EItSOS.U.1"J' Home OwnersIn
the old one a fresh new ap Top with- remaining lour bride of last August, nqw live I '
\ and children of Jacks( I
jwaranc* corn0 in. foryottfsetf. SIGNORE cieiim/ mixture. Sprinkle with vllle visited her parents n-I In the Miami arra. Both Mr | of Trenton visited! their !ton

i reni'ived, cheese Chill. Trim and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. SundRY and Mis Javnes Jr are and family Mr. and Mrs. J. TBoss. ,

with ripe" olive slices. Selves : teaching theie. They plan to Sunday afternoon. '

Bradford County Telegraph 8. afternoon.Ot'oi'ge spend some time with the Mrs. Pt'arltl11'key: and M-l..
of Tampa
Downs '
I, visited Mr. and 1\1I'S. J. MOver I Evans on their return in early Lola Mae Bnxter: visited :Mf. View Of The Recent Supreme Court Decision -

April. :Mr and Mra Javnes And Mrs Irvin Dyal In Or,-

I Thursdaynov. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby I operate a restaurant at'' New ham Sunday afternoon i ii ,

were Monday night guests of I I Platz the which Cataklll U the Mountain Gatewayto resorts ,,i I, Mrs. RiMhael to the Green home of has her returned \We Must Assess All Mobile Homes.

their son\ and dauithler-ln-! I i i
daughter and family. Mr
111111 l

of law Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Bill Miss Marion C. Swanson of Mis\ Dick Raulrrson afterta We Urge All Owners To Contact This Office

nad Mrs. II B.CIollbY'1 Lake Vlllsi 111 and Gulf port. stay in the Bradford County:
Mr
.
Fla was the house!! guest of ,i I Itoiipltal In Starke j

were nnd dinner children"guests of of Mr. and I Mrs. Margailet Oiennnn.. last'I 1; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis.. Between Now And April 1st And Make A

,' Mrs. M L. Conner and family I week. She Is a retired/ visiting|I,I and baby of Cross City \lsltKl
I I and makes her home I Ii '
nurse Mrs. Pearl Mjrkey and Mfr


House-hunting? $1{ kk Wherever lust dren Mrs Sunday.spent Perry Sunday Lyons In and Jacksonville chll-) 'i with winter in an months.Gulf elderly port aunt during and uncle the I I,,I of Amanda Mr.Jacksonville and Lewis:Mra on were L. Sunday L.weekenis Haides Return. Bring The Identification Papers Of


,, with her father. Roger '

you see a't\[( } homewith the I HUhtmlth.children/ honored dinner Mr. him HUhsmlth's: with abirthday ,sister who Mrs.( spends of Joseph Mrs.! the William M.! winter.Romelin.. Wall at, ::,:, guests Woods.Mrs. of Iva Mr Cou and lHs Mrs and Loyd M::II) \ Your f Mobile Home With You. To Insure That



Medallion W x K emblem of Electrical Jacksonville Mrs.with Waveily her spent brotlier-ln-lnw! the Webber weekend of ':'cousin of White Penney,Feather Mis Farms\ Hubert Court visited D.*It n Jones MM.Uomelln'a her. !' attended In Pearl High Marfcpy\ Sp.lns.i a b'IJ'iho'A rent: T)try.Tiicsdi al er 0 You \Will Not Be Penalized For Not Reporting


brother and "wife.
; nnd sister Mr and, 111'1R.\ J. for Miss Dorothy noss Home I
Cyobv They accompanied her Mr. and Mrs. William Ings\ at I II Demonstration AiiU! hiStaik This Information. Vie Respectfully Request
Dunedln While there they
' Excellence step inside for a good home Sunday afternoon. Mrs John i': & at Mn A. R Nor
. I I called on Mr and man's.
II,
I Karges In their new home at I|I -
Yours t lIly arid Miss[ Jonnn tiol
Mease Manor. :,, Bisslalted In PIH '0 a:a.1 Your Cooper
eGENE
look 9 -
Patrick Air Force! Base grandson weekend Amon.' the InterestIng
'
of Mrs. Romelin "with, ; his ,, pi Ares were the world

wife and daughter. Kimberly famous sponge d ''k8 and echante \- LONG

it. No wonder because it's got (Continued from Page 8) I Ann* of Cocoa Beach Romelin spent last in and the Ur.-tk Ortho- ,

Community Sunday with Mrs. dox Cathedral In Tampon TAX .\ f: ",)R

for comfort land Church.building Watth of the for annouive- I KeystoneMr and Mrs John Hlmble1' Springs ..
Th Brooker Horn Demon
everything your .JgS mt'nts of meetings as during i,I'i called on Mrs. OUv Stevens '' ....P- .:.' 1;.. :' "_ '-..: :' : : .-::!:I1V::- :

1 Lent dome changes may b> at St Luke's Hospital In' --- _
lIrcr8l1tUY. I:I Jacksonville Saturday evening.I-
II
are extended to, while1 !tlnlt I
convenience 0 Better Greetings Mrs. Stevens
Living I '
two new chapter members bet bi'other. suffered a broken I **Yef, I am old enough : TAKE ITFnOM

Mis. Prank E Stltchbeiry and hip In a fall at his home and SMITH-CORONA'S*

Mis. Ruth areeson. This : underwent surgery. on Saturday -i for a REALLY GOOD GAlA''T'S' ?: JI QUICK BROWN FOX

Electrically brings the total to B8 names :I Mrs Hlmble repotts that *type-writer! oN
to be included as'' charter she. Olive recovered nicely "T'f') ng is :a valuable basic skill that

members of the chapter I I Both Mrs Stevens and her I .THE TYPERITr.R I.. WITH an)*ne can learn. And it gIves personal

COMMUNITY: :'\> IIUJUCH I sister had been making frequent satisfaction an
:,\> : I, trips.. to their brother .- SPEED: Sf1.E11' SPIRIT .. Corona's famous

M.WSBv( Helen EKiin] :I who suffered a hip fracture I Touch Typing
SMITH CORONA
The first planning session just about a month ago He Is by -:... Course is youn.rth .

'YES. EVERYTHING I for the annual. Silver Tea' on l1\t home and able to take care It's the fastest non-elecirm r>Fe"rncr there the purchase of

March 17 wa held recently himself. "MrsHlmfele reports .; U bwlt for heav*" duty performance. B any Smith-Coron

by MM Barry Wyman. general I and breezy travelling II h: a spcc fca ley LSiiS-, portable $3.95
chairman The reservations Louts Pvle brought his wife action that make t)pinf coa"cr: to txciu-: .

Mrs DavJd hospital live (cwtled CKapcnicnl( : ., a rc.ni..a..bes cet-
Cool clean, fl.in .fc. all eloctrtc, Viichen. chairman Dell home from the
., ., I seed platen a lop c'eck!' tte.Jrt; $ .M V.handy .
Four" or more major llectrk appliances, thou. jhttulllr Nelson' and Mrs Louise 1.lkl'rask I \\'Ipreun4 A.ttnt surgeryon J G.cN anI --'eMf"ve
Page (
that Interested members her .the. ITUi.
arrMngvcl. eye on

Full Hounapower wiring with plenty of handy : and auests' Wake their reservations I Friends. of Nell Ora non were Changeable(even gold),lrcnc and many brfiuti/ul smart\ new t\pe cokwv s&yi.nit 'T" ttff;:

swiulm and outlet now bv calling 473- happy to see' her. out to ) choc fr"m.A"\4I''I.I.d.w''rry-\ : | :.... I'_.. II 9) )

Alnpl Light r Living plannwl. rurrh..rCul illumination I 4119 or 473-300).' I church service! last SundayI ins case \t no .itfJed ch-tg. ......_./
and derorativ bniuty.Aow. The Men's Club h,-ld a dinner I Sh\'/suent several, weeks In the '
j at 6-SO 'hOl\1'Il..l. l following 0'f. ..jl'.UfTr:: Sn.tu.COO..5 ."-oCe
Monday sey weuwa
Than ffrr to CM lit ELECtRIC... meetln) Red Bud III .. ..
Cheaper .
than to un 11//tn combination/ flami-typ* futlt.. / p. m with Rev Crate of I an auto a 1d"rtt. 'Sri.*, ,,\. tJ {?'_ _\y .i.pi'retec.. not} ....ilnou pest Ifvaf ciW'l p"g l I..c.pi.... _torn etnr Ieboe* ..,,,.4.,
." Green' Cove.> Springs as guest staved nights for awhile, with -- t S.ydf of por'hat eels. Ho t.ier eee.(: 455)

speaker I :Mae: ; Alma Frwt. but' .s "shetsivery tn W.A5 own COMT. c...>or I c...'.._.es
tiea favorite student i h for f'f'C: ..
to your rraJy I CI vr .c. from ecc
People
On F<'b. 17 the Young tired she returns .._ only" la _.._
of the Church presented a her Lake B-ooklyn home dAY- I a typewriter) be sure you get; : her a ."_:_ _. ._ _. __ _\ ..n<<, '

fine musical, 'l1o'lnll the tlm .. She U ole to drive her Smith-Corona,! It carries the assurance' '

Family Nlsht Dinner :Mrs cat, and walk without' crurches -I that, IOU'" gMnjte nnost,. i tic nc*"tadvances ___ __ Only $124.50 Plus Tax
I :
RU'Mrd: Lovorn made the appropriate r; _.
_
H [1 stage setting backdrop Mrs Anne! TuUls, formerlyof 1. in design and ccrtsiraction, (!, r \J
..
scenery and lire diuthter Keystone sends' greeting! !perform better and last lopgef. Prose = DRADFOKD

Elaine "was program" director and beat. wishes to the ChurchWomen it younclf. Try a Smti!: Cotona. 1Tht:=.si ( ('()l" T\' TELEfiRflpHr.GF.

The two youth group"* with whom she was _ _

.fLORtDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY HELPS BUILD FlORIDA. presenting the proaram are active 'In circle and church

4 under the! leadership.: of Mr _ork She now \lives In Lin C i



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UIl'. FEB.: 23. 1963
BRADFORD rorvrr TF.LF.OR.\rtt. !r.\itKK.: Ki.omn\' PAOK rXKVENTTTTTTTYTTYYTYTYTTTTTV
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1 School 9:45: Worship 11 ..Y.YY.9Y.Y9 9Y9.Y9Y I : '
a. m
Evening I was called to Los Angeles. missionary work with Cuban made the trip to Lakeland Last weekend th..ypr.. In Pratt St.. Invite to m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Worwhip 7:30 everyone
LAWTEYBy \ MYF Wednesday 8 : p. m. I Calif. for the funeral of hersonlnluw |, refugee Taking part were I last week to visit! her dauglij Umatllla where Mr. Drown attend the following services: i Training Union, 8:16: p.m..-
p.m.. Prayer LakeUy repre.senttKt the SUrka Elks : Evening Worship 7:30: p. jUj,
'1 Circle has returned to Myrtle Ann tllnson. Donna j ter and their new grandson. Kingsley Sunday School 10
Monday 9 a.m. I I a. m.
to her home. Rtiodcn. Lorraine Sparkman Charles Pievatt of New Lodge. at the' quart'ly\ meet- I Wednesday services: Family
Revival
Enia: Blanchard <1ay services will 1I..C'ln'TueB '! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewettof I Virginia Brown. Odrssla Mel York and Frank Austin of'' 11rw J. L. Bradley Inn of the lloarryAnnlCrip-I Preaching, EveningWorship am. each, 7 Sunday Night: and Worship\ Servijcs.:
p.m.
evening March 1.
I 1
and Tallahassee were visitors jI j ton and Mrs. Charles Hicks: 1, Mississippi were weekend pled Chlldrrais Hospital and 7:30 ench starting at 6:30: p. m. A wal'mI
continue
Prayer Meeting
A AA AAAA AAA AAA through March : p.m.
; I
5. Everyone Invited. I of Mr. and :Mrs. A. D. Dobbs YWA director. L guests last week at the home Phnn' 3SI-Z8: spent the! \\'C't'ltend'It.I1 Mr. Thursday, night.F.lder T. C '|I welcome la extended to 'ill
cordially
during the week. I I J, B. and Mrs. A. W. Limdon: ilLRkf"lnnd. \ who will\) come.-Rev. FelderL
Klrtit j Rev. James Temple pastorof ; of Mr. and Mrs Prevatt. ..9YY..Y9Y.YTTTYYYT. .. Williams, pastor.BPTiIPL .
A Benefit Students' Dance Baptist: Sunday '' ,
School at 10 I Mrs. George Roberta has re- Breaker Baptist Church! They were enroute to Missisj j I Rowan pastor.fIRSr .
will bot given for the Heart a.m., Worship 11 '
turnad after spending several was guest speaker at Friday Ippl to Mr.\ Austin's home.I I I: (iiritrii SEWS Hev. and Mrs. B T Peaty
a.m., Training Union .
: I
Fund on the recreation wharf Worship 7:30 6:30:< p. weeks with her brother and ; evening's banquet. Other I after several weeks In the i I Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. and ions will\) spend this weekend : n \ITISTC'llfKCII PRESBYTERIAN e
Saturday. Feb. 27. from 7:30 I 1m. : p.m.. Prayer 1
: In Miami with Ms. J. C.f''uvy ( : I CIIIKCIIH. :
till 11 p.m. floor>> prize will meeting Wednesday. 7:30: p. atster-in-Mw. Mr. and Mrs. ., irucsu Included Rev and l\Il'S'1 hospital In Jacksonville folI -J Morning Worships 11:00 a. m. '
I II
be given. Admission SOc. m., Brotherhood.. WMU. YWA, Charles Tatum.. Mr. Tatuni ,, Paul L. Estes: and Mr. and I I I lowing an nutomotnle accl- Training. UnWiiw 6:1: $ p. m. Sunday! School, Jt a. ..n..Vr Walton Grady Minister
I hits been ill tout U Improving M.-s.\ Ooorue Kennan. Themeof dent Mr and Mrs. J. M rRrllry.Jr. t
very ,
RA Evening Worship 7:30: m.
The WSCS met at the homeof and CA on drat and third I II I p. rri.iK Ssrvlce, 11 a. m.
I we are pleased to I Isay. I II the banquet( and program and family! of Jacksonville Schedule for week starting
I Midweek
Mrs. OrvlUe Thursdays 7:3O: p.m. Sunday Hampton Baptist WMU:: met' Prayer Scrvtoe Training/, Union 0:30::\ p. m.
Bumgarner || ""t'n Tell the World.. and : visited Mrs.\ J. M. Bradley Sr. Feb. :28:
I was
7:3u
last Wednesday, KeV. 7.30
Tuesday evening of last weekwith. School officers and teachers I Tuesday evening week at : p. m.- Evening Service, : p. m.
Mrs. meeting each! Saturday 7:30:: I We are glad to note that'' this was carried out In table I'I the church for a business1 I B. T. Peavy, Pastor "Come. Sunday. .vlldvvevfc Service. Wednesday' Sunday Sunday School.

.- the .president WelU Mrs. Edwin Padgett ta Improving decorations with figures of;, meeting and program on "..Api -> let us worship together." Mrs. Charles: Crews vlaltedher T p,m.--Rev. W. L. Newmansciivncii 0-.j: a. m. Morning Worship.
(residing: Mrs Bumgarner p.m.Rev. In the hospital and I people'; of vArious nations of I i i plying Christian Principles I'lCHSONALS father. D. I. Knluht. In 11 a m. Youth fellowship,
I
.
II brought a special evoUonal.) Charles Harvey has expects to be home soon. the world, placed along the i ii / Mrs.\ E. L. Dirt program Mf. and 'Mrs. V). H. Ed- Hellbronn Springs Sunday 5:30: p. m. Junior Choir. 8 p.
OF ( oi>
d The program was "Self Dlsipline accepted the call to be the It Is good news that Ft. N.I j i tables. The YWA colors of chairman, led the discussion. wards Jr. had as guaets Sunday artcn\oan. I m. kvemng! Worship 7 p. m'.'
.: and the: Inner Self." pastor of First Baptist been. white used In I Ii i Mr and !Mrs. M. L. Comb Monday Deacons Meet
Crawford who has in' green and were Mr. and Mrs. M. U WdLte&I '- !Mrs. Ed w Aid's sister and St. Chile. St.. StsrkrU !
V All mo.r.bors Joined with theo Churth. He began with con- 1! tho hospital for several days. ,i table and room 'I son drove to Daytona Beach, biother-ln-Uw. Maj. and Mrs. hid U suesU cliiilnn the WlllUms, Pastor j Ing. 7 p. m.Wednesday.

'leader In a general discussion ducting midweek service hut : Is better and the family hopes :'Tile doorway to di"l"orauuns'I' Wednesday last. week for a', J. M. Nowlckl of Jacksonville weekend Mr. and :Mrs Harry Sunday School 10 1tn.. Session Meet.
|
e of the several 1 points. The Wednesday! evening. Mr. andMrs to him home ''education building Bennett Airs Clara Thomns'; ing. 7'30 p. m. "'
bring one day visit with their scm-ln-law and Mrs. mllto De Vellla and Worship Krrvlora, II a m
hostess' served refreshments. Harvey enpect' to resideIn I this week I med In the shape of a heart!f and unhter. Mr. and Mrs. daughter iStty. of Ocala. and Mr. and Mrn. W. Oliver\ !, and 7:30: p. m Youn Peoples; Thursday Choir Practice!',IT

1 Lawtey Home Demonstra- the! pastorium In the neat Mrs. Hattie Uarlcy Miss covered with white blojwonw.for Don McMahone and family. Mrs His Lunrtwall of Tampa of Jacksonville. Mrs. Fred ; Meeting 7:30: Wednesday. : 7-30 p. m -
6 tlon Club> hMd Its regular future. We welcome 'these one $lna Prescott and Mr. end. miesU. to enter through. Bennett or Starke and P.I 7:30 !I IFiitsr -
I! O orge Dirt entered'tho VA, spent frc m T1>ursdi y to Prayer Mvetlng. :: FrUay. -
meeting.: at the home of Mrs.R [ people to our community. Mrs. Hiram' Bennett and' Children Hampton YWA's also participated hospital I In Lake City last Monday with Mr. and Mrs. C Bennett of Llvo Oiik. j 1 '
E. Lee lust Thursday (RRPt) ('T10S the In a New River Bap- Mr and Mr\ <. J L BAITIST' ciirntii:
were spend day guests wrik. and expected to undergo O. Hill( J1rndl"y'l I
morning. It was a very pleasant In giving the names: of the; list Association\ cotered-dlsh' i visited Mr. ant '' I
I of Mr. and\ Mr* Ralph Parley i throat nursery sometlmethis Mr and Mrs. W. E. Oliverof Sermons 'for Sundry. Feb. FARM
If surprise! to have :Miss: Ruse honor roll of the LwteV Junior and family 8und<4y.i supper and program at the week.Mr. Jacksonville! were weekend a'lir end Mr. and 2L: Morning Somo diuraciKtlis I
d come and present the demon- High School the name i First BHptist Church In : !M Warren. In JIICk""nvl1lttl""
W. H. Hull of Jack-
Mrs. and Mrs. E. P. Hawea aunts of Mr. and Mrs. P'. O.COnnN' of Tim Kurly.: Church
n rstion on "Floors and Floor" "Cindy CrlflU" was replacedby I nonvirf .fc.. vWtHig her son Starke Thursday evening.. of Dee Molnes la. visited here Oil Saturday: the Sunday afternoonMr I I (Art 3:12: '47)>I. F.vonlns: ; LOANS

:. Cure." Refreshments were Andy UrifAs./ which was" a fdiTtJ dnugtiiter-ln-faw.<< Mfr' and which featured a fashion showsatire. last week with Mrs. Florrle Comters visited relatives. In and Mrs R M Norton I Study to Bhow Thyself Approved :
served at the close of the mistake We Cin week, of "focus" on I and family. were Saturday
are sorry. The
( Mrs. L. M. McClelUn, and i Belle Brown and Mr and Mrs St awfrgtt<< 01I \. Unto Clod i lit Tim. Timber ,
meeting. dy. Also the bth was YWA work by the whole" visitors of Mr. and Mrs Mack. I
grade
Bobby for two weeks. One Lamar DI"Owl.nd baby',I Mr and Mrs 1\. It. Smith kl.lt.Schedule, : Dairy Farms!
I' ('IIIIft'h.tl111.... left out. The honor student I list, week churrhwas to enlist new nnd their Murry and Mrs Triidln Nor.
day prey spentfew a daughter They are spending guests, Mr. and "Mrs.ll.ury of regular. m'rvlc- RiinrhfsPartllnie!
Grace Methodist: SundayS was PrUcllU\ Tanner members and strengthen present I ton In Jacksonville I I
I hour! with Mm. CalvinIfoJJ'Irf I the winter months In Tampa Smith of Akron Ohio ..- Wornhlp, II oar ,and I 7 :ia ft
Mike, Water, who YWA's to Mrs. We are sorry to rrport W
Is 8 mem- according
In High' Springs. Mr. : and Oalne.vllle. "fll' >ent several cj.iys last weekwale p.ni. Surnliiy' f1thnul.I:4! \ : a.inTriilnLntr I
_ I R. Townsend and !Miss Sylvia General; Farms
her of the National' Guard and Mrs.. Ronny :McClellan Hick reUttvr In TUutvtllc.
I Union 6'IS p m
I Mrs. Lonnie Melton U' utay- Norton both In'
left Monday for Fort Jack sro patients
and sun were weekend guests PRIDU. SIIVKR Orlando and Ixs-sbur Mrs.
Wednesilny'' Kumily Night .
terms .
{Ilni' In St. Augustine with hr the Bradford Long no penaltyon
sun S C. where" he will have uf I the McClrllsn! FOR PARLENK MFI.TOV W H. Supp' returned homo County Hospital Supper son-lrl-law and dfturhtcr. Mr propayment1'1niILU.
7 I" ( six months training.Mr !:. 1: Mr' ,, O J. Phillips. Mr Miss Carlene Mrlton. bride- i i with them for a week's stay ,I I Meeting 741: pm.DISON .
and Mrs. Clarence tUxan I II I
dt I Ia and Mrs. P. C. Todor i I George L. Shuford. :Mm. Lois elect of Phil Eunice!: of Law- 1 I Mr. .and Mr'.. R. J. JI kit t'Y I : : LAND

and Jeff Torude of tialnen- Tarter, and Mrs. Iun. StartIng 1'try. wnt, (jiest of )honor at a I After impending the weekend of .>lIla tka were Sunday :M \ 1
rllle spent the weekend. with visited Mrs. Myrtle Oiis- shower, In tttmpton town hallButi.irdar here with her family she returned lunchenn guests of Mrs ElinalUgKS : J JI ''r ('111511ties ( of (OAINESVIU.E
to St. Augustine. to bn
Mr. and t Mr. W. F. Moose. URCH'iLEws
I kina In Baptist Memorial evening Feb. 20. and Mrs. Brooks Ship- (1 : C
- Mr and Mr. J. C. T and with her daughter who lisa Itlm-k \\. St.. 1.110: !
>'o Hitfpllal. taut week. W* are A pink and white umbrella man. ) ) Madison : !H.W ISIn St.

family were vlHtting :Mr..nd: I pleswd to .say that since then :i trimmed with pink roses, been 111. Sprndlinr the weekend with I i Ill IJv >aki

Mrs J R. MauMenn" In Orange Mrs. Gasktns has ,returned j sheltered a pile of shower Mrs. J, W. Home, Jr wiv 1(i I 'Mis. Pauline Torodo were her 4- : Regular. .services each\ ford's.Day lot !S.' Oh Irt Ave.

r Park Sunday home.HAMPTON. gifts, and roses camellias, and hostess for a Stanley party at granddaughter and husband : SiintlHy Sc'lioot. U 43 A. -

Mr and Mm. WaUen Supp azaleas decorated the room her home here on Wednesday!: !,'Mr' and l\11I. W, II, Ihialirs( ) "S' \':\IUNMI.M.MONAUV, : t -

Per and daughter and t Mrs. Ani for the party. Refreshments last week After the party and or Atl..ntl.SIn. !\. Vicky Cramor I, II.U'TllitT i III IUII :
a $1 Day
i me Stevens of Jacksonville:vvYvm..v.v..w.mv" I I of cake and coffee nn bic demonstration. refreshmentswere of P S. U.. and hilly Artlicr' I I AMBULANCE SERVICE I
I ALL !NTCW' PORTABLES C with ** served to the I 12 I 1 I Rmyrnu Mlmlonnry. llnptlnl'
visited Mr. and Mm. A. e vrre! tables pi present of the University of Florl.ln.: I IMIONI 9r.( 1.2600

Pearce during this week. 1 swaQv, carried out the pink I Mrs. K. L. Brown wm to und "Sunday" guests of Mr and I I Church lornte.1 al 031 LVCLOSEOUT | DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I

; W Q1i1 James i Pepper) Perkins ,, and white color achem. I ..rito surgery on Tuesday this Mrs Clayton. (StrTrltMncl were I: "tJ I

spent. the weekend, with his lames were played with week at Ttverild Hospital In their\ dstmhter and, son-ln- UeWIU) C. Jonc ReKl"tered| Funeral Director :
grandparents, Rev. snd MfB., II, Mrs. IK E. IIIU >rUes Roln to Mrs. Lawton I 1"Jsrkvonvllle. l law. :Mr and Mrs. Jack Belpld "''11"

r 0r I Dahmer's John Perkins. UtUe MUM j Phone //4-llIII Yoiin.hVx>il, MM. Dun Hill.M Mr. and Mrs D. E. Hill were of Jitcksorwlllff' their son An- Starke. r r

Dabney Perkins is with themor a Jsnli Orlffls. Bonnie vIMfors with Mr. and Mrs. T ilv from the University of I (RENTAL SKItVICESlloxpllal
I I,u......AAA. AAA. AAAAAAA.AA.A AAHlCl'S I .'Inn.r.HoAt.II" .I W. PENCILS I
the week : Orlffls was door prise King and family In Jacksonville Floildit end| Hynrley< Htrlck- ned K l >Vlir l Chair*. Crutch:

I 1112 E. Call Ph. 969-1771! Mrs, UeufrU Norman' who ) ON "W,,'! I I I e. for the occasion on Friday evening 'land< Jr of Lake City ,
I
e ': AT \MPTON BAPTIST 'I I were Mrs. K, B. Watteroon, laH week.. !Mrs, Jnnirs A. (IIUt'n ,mil: .FIRST mCAUI': ) : .-.

t YWA' of Hampton Baptist :Mrs. C I- Cooper Miss. Clair. I Mr. Footer Itsves was obis! i iI Mrs, Charles Bnwyer of Htaiki.

:J Church observed Young Worn I I nell Cooper and Miss OdeiistaVl ..! :I to return home from the hOIli I' attended the Work shop on (On") of oldest l l mnnufiiclnrerN -

EDWIN JOrttCOM -JS PLUMBING en's Auxiliary Forus Week I "lton,. Approximately,i Meal last wetk She expreiM'l' "Free Rittrrprlne" at the in the The Starlco Church of Christ

last week' cllmsxfd by a formal i;i were presentPKRSOMAf.H, her apnrerlatlon\ for the many Houthsldv. Woma,,'. Club I'JurkMtnvllla IhIMln.M.
II I'I.ETf:
l banquet at the church : sets of kindness. extended. to on Thursday im MncMahon: St.

SERVICE: AND: NE>.\' INSTALLATIONSTI.MATES: Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Bakerof I her during her Illness by Were !Klitd to report teat 6c each

At prayer meeting Wedne. I,' Lakeland are the parentsof : frl"tid anil, rvl.r>boriHsmnton W F (Happy; ) Cooley Is Improving I INVItKS" : YOJTO IIKAK:
70c doz.
.FREE. ESPhone day evening, they prenentd' the a son. Michael Floyd born I Fire' Department nicely. In Ht Joseph'1"HiwplUl. "

YWA monogram service, ex-1+ Sunday ....b. 14 In Lakeland :I j voted to send. \ fatten to alii Atlnnta. and tioprs $-1 half

.. 9 64-2904 plaining their organization I Mr and Mrs. E D Allen are I those In the community In the to return home this. weekend gr. THE HERALD OF TRUTH :

and presented! a :program om,, grandparents. Mrs. Allen I near future, ..kln/( both f for Mrs. (hank Johnson and Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

financial sniptxirt. and for ad- I sons of Keystone' spent Sunday -
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&=[ _--=.;;, -:::-- 2-- -":-- n -- -= ===- .=.- 3'i = = Ji:!:... j I tfltlonal volunteers for thee! I with err parents, Mr and, Sumhiy 9:0(1: ( A Jl. ...

flre-flahtlne crews This ac-j' Mrs B M\ Norton
firm was takrn at the regular' ,) Mr and Mrs. O W Drown WPXE 1490 KC

I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO meeting Tuesday!' evening last recent visitors of Mr "' "' !
II I IT were J cen ......f.J" ''' j
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? week Friday at Hampton evening, March elty hull 19 and Mrs. Burner In Ocala" ,

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.., ;; "[ "": :;'_ has ben set for the Hampton
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SALES & SERVICE AI'TO' SALES; ASKItVICK: : BEAUTY SCHOOL "otorr'r'p"-St-oG'' UIIi variety show, to lx held In

the school auditorium Rehearsal ;>

Motors Inc. Tropical Pontiac, Learn Oofnplet Beauty Streit's Bicycle i Shop I II for "parts or the show

Barkley CUJtur.GlrlaWome.M81'I I HONDA MOTOKCYCLE8Xfaiurrrrle have been held on the ls..t I

TRIUMrU Inc. Tulllon B.d.".... ('uahnn4.a- A v.... Seo.ur.Deea11BNA.rondap. two Tuesday evening, with a '
FREE I'LACEMPNTSprclsl full schedule of the evenlnv'sprogram
FIAT TnUCK OMC CENTERrONTIAC '
Inu MAN" A SUNBEAM: Brush-Up Course iRCHWINN I to be announced
I
*--HAM! AP4CYCIJS 800""
nIL"(. Central Hairstyling next", week, 2rgA
130 N W 8Ui Ate OaUiesvUt-

w. 5pctttalts. In S.2UnRepJicars College Locksmith &: Hf Work .9.YY"............. 1
21S 3. K. 1st o.atneftUl. all w. fstlvenllf. An.n..IIII. .
SERVICE
SALES & 31...." I raaMlrl R S 'J1I4o -
!
"r'tii' r'4
'factory' Trained ftlrrhsnlrs Inc. :""."U 1 GRAHAM

1M CLEAN USED CARS Imparted I Car BperlaliiitsAIlMHOMEO (CAKI'KTS: _. '

MI4Galne.ywe : r.K't.rJ4-n: -IiI:17: ICayti.: ; n. !'r.... W. F.:. Sarong'
N.
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: House of Carpets .
1724171JEEP
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Xtelnesvllle Only Carpet
Sale- .rart.-8er>>_ W&
BpUlty Khop" A AAAAAAAA AA.SA A A A A A A+4..
113 8 E. KrfonA "L O.ilnirvlU nir.r.uiw \nr.K I .

T.... STtIIAIUTOSALVAfiK .MOIIUKN: Trrrixo Mrs. Novella Abernathy and
Pmaally of 41 Wheel Drive Expert Installation UIIt.N IT'" TIME TO MOV son Earl were Sunday guests I

\ : : Ml. >.. M.a1..SOllm..tI.. Call of Jot,.. II M. Ws..dln; slw 4 .,1b
RAii3LERAmerlal ; \ GAI.NKMVILI.RMayflower Tom W mlln of Waklo. and

plnet rronomy Oa Julian Wsjidiii and family of''

Silea and gervte Paul's Auto Salvage (L\IN SAWS Inc. J..ulol1vllt.l. I Chevy H 100 Station Wayon'

I We Buy Wrecked Cu At Cau Collect 37B-224: Mrs Catrn Ratllff and children

TOP PRICKS A. & J. Saw of Oslnen/llle) visited 'hermntherlnlnw
Ridgway Motor Co. 1' \lST & fiLASS; Mr U E.
AH Mate A Models. C4: & Mower Co.
1113 R. Main Hatllff Wednesday tightwadsClievylf

/7..bae.eRl. 1'12-1411 Te/e/yp./ ....Psrt...-.-".. Will JM AfMl.rom. Mgr Liddell Paint & Mr and Mr,, Wiley Lang-
llomelile Chain' -Caw"- foul and children: of OnlnesIII *
Glass Co.
I1ad Any Part rr. TM.CiAMrvvlU BALKK. k. 8rnVIC: were Sunday visitors! of

B & G Motors Co.'tADILIACOLDJlOBILE. S7C-4SIS Sepals .A Parts All Stakes KYANI/E: PAINTS Mr and Mrs. Basil Dot"...

441 N Pat Stock Yard finirlf Trrtr. Main GUs Mlrrw HtMla 0 Mrs J W Starting and son

2022 N 1''.. It 1I1."Mrvk.". ford with hr parents. Mr i
Phone 372-354:! IHwrs Wlndvir* Awning wli
11L7VICtrla Air rorxiilloning.' HeatingRUSS'S Mrs Clyde Odom. Mr
SALES SeSelectton: and )
ttn lrnvrpRTK
Just Off Wal
) 1 of Used Car rnonirrTStxaurr rreD& ('_U.I...... Odom was In the h Ernie! Thomas
Oxlta Trade* I Mi, and Mr*
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Taken On _
SHEET w
lit NW' Sixteen',, fH.OAivrHvnJj' daughter of Jacksonville\
THAT ALL YOUR and
SMI N. W. llth. BL 411 '' 1'2.-I.t i i p.
METAL INC. "o"cane raout.cr"ARE ,y vlsltrd the H E. Starling' .
MIUNE:" 174.7511LlbcalaMre.r.C.mIe .rwWa
TIrE B0rr PKo-4 Sunday -
"I'LATI.NO :Mr and Mrs Marshal
Edwards Building
U..tag Uiver of jMktonvtll were

Supply Inc. Orala Chrome Sunday. vUltors. of Mr and
nno: CAIMAuthorial Air ('..."......,; Tit n., Mab,_271-4(44 Plating Inc. Mrs Meorte Rivers Chevy IT 100 2.Dool' Sedan
Sales Serrtc! ,
Sheet Meld. n trrvrvrt" i f vi.a j W marling visited Mr I
""" Cntip rnrkel. ChrotnlurnCsrftnfum end Mrs Clyte: Ktrlrkland in '/rile' utiimtnlirJ rifututlt, thai ittttnuraij rrr.l
CraneLincolnMercury I GARDEN: SITPPI.IKH Meant! pinbhlngt MUml over the weekendMr I ) tnrtmnir lunyrf Iratlrrilift. trruliii that aJJut tfinurtti, rotK.tr juinrlt
2220 PI F lath Terrac* I. << ,."u>m flitting

011YYR1'1UL3T4 : _, Johnson & F"ri.. Inc. AMTHiit! CLCASI.NOxn.vrrt. : cia and and Lamar Mrs rOrta-Starling of- that flush themtrlm/ .. of dirt and tail 'fight,! 1,,,,',. tlmrnrlgttt mUnrlgl/

-tt 11_ 374-Ill )1
Nt T. L'oevenit1 .,... Cnrnolet U". e fW r..t.en"l. flRAS'1 lien, torrnt C7irom. JsmrW visited Mrs Kate You re making; at tri,* lowest prkt..1 "so4sn, and l Th y'rv' gurxl. rook In sr. ftbun.: Functional.tvrni'< />f f18station

1 IF Fn1rt'vTcFFftTTU't'H" BUrll/tg SunderMr that Chevrolet make You can .v..t an rr >n(JmK"l&I.-cyhndf'r..n& (| l in e '
177.4351Eitllrh : : :
Oalnenn ISM >R: tad Ate. OcaUTYPKWIHTEH.S wagon
Fr*-VJ'- AulomatU'City Tranamiaainn i DlaJ u.-.... and JoIn Arthur Wink.r They neither fait nor act their pricw. In the .Pad l in or In both t'ana..IZo-hp. I III-Thrift ffJ'IYWCG'They're !

IrwMleMes-rN h.r. + !. an I son of Wttthsmptun. roomy. Th", w Un amU ai(. Trwaeon Sit i th:at'a quick to tJ'J J c-vt-rythinx; but cost

VIED CARS Wet PeVtIIl 'r flOie Aeh' L f and Mr. and Mrs. J H. aka. nine fort from tb, Nick: of the you rnorwy A. wt *u.| earlier. the, are our .I!....,

Bl. South Stain Automatic 224 fW Ith Ae.rllrer : Wells of Btarke visited- Mr j Vont scut to lK Up of !the Iowentl l UilitiUDrill ( -. 4)weat pracrsl| car.*. Try one out U lay.
In-s.n and Mrs W E WUrhng fast
GaJneTUlDODCE : 372.4114nam..trs
Transmission, Inc. P'la Hancock Typewriter Thurnday.Ml' ; uomtihing raUy nvur-dlacoinr tint difference at your C/u.vrotvt dealer'

D4KT RXrilANCE8mrUvO ; <* Barbara Matters of Clivvntlvt (/"' "('//(' e (licvtj 11 f i femur* i'mvctlis
!: RyuJ, A PacbaapA9 I.AniEM! WEARCherry' j Stsrke, spent th* weekend
>"_ AutborUadftarj
DODGE Tat'CRSale. Dane fUarllng.
: Uakm ndTRCCKS Stedel.1 fr.in, with MlM -- 09 8U4
1e1 and Mrs. A. T. Andrew
attt8rr
Mr
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A CAJtS -\l--l..-TM..IIAoVlIrMt '
at Oalnerria visited the
hr.T1.eedWORK I CHlncmOie's( U 1 rp.,.dabe rued t..e.PooleGable Ursnonteter .Math! Wa.4ins rrcwaUy. '
fir, L dUt .ncnvicz- BCTTALB GATEWAY CHEVROLET
W, E. StartingdaRed ncm
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Mr. and Mr*
Motor GCARAVTGtDntTGIrT >Rr.*e!._mvrrn-COAT. tATE TIME-.ttumum ye*r ... .
Ut aunt. Mr*. WO.I
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ru g. M TFRMrrr! WEAR earns wte with n ftrvt.

1I. S. E. Irt AT. G.SttW4 TU!* 1409 B Main, ArE*.OVER 411 !t. Main St.. Ota *vlS* dyed I Odom, In Lake City FI-\ PHONE 9013900TH1.'n
!h Monday. t;f.S. 301' (NOItTII) HTAHKE.
PHONE: "I-nu o.u.-.m. I7Z-1IM :los W, Cnlrmity Oalneevfle Phon* 375-51)1
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ToE4 Wieners '?ko;: 39* j
CANNED HORMEL
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PRICES GOOD THRU Con
U FEBRUARY 27TH I BOSTON BUTT PORK
: MINK' CD.1"-I.plflf TOftff" *...INC. p i 1 f' GROUPER Roast FILLET Lb 39 1 5 9 r,

fOil I' ..K'G' 4 W i Fish Lb. 392REGULAR 59 WHITE OR BLUE DETERGENT
fOil PILLSBURY OR BALLARD
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39' DIXIE DARLING
f HENS BUTTERMILKBREAD REGULAR 83* DETERGENT

'a (u t.Uf'I\ml\ ''e.f 2, LOAVES 351 Tide GIANT 59

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RAISIN REGULAR 27# DELSEY

F- J (INN. ROLLS .

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REGULAR 31* ASTOR BARTLETT 5 LB.
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Pears g1 CAN 303 1 SHORT BEEF
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"/.INt-ivi. ;::.;,'0- J,'a ..I....,c."-_TRA TAMPS.. Butter 40J'oZ; 79' FRESH JUICY FLORIDA
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