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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Official County Publication Established 7i 1879

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VOLUME EIGHTY-SEC STAICKE, FLORIDA TIIVRS1>.YY MARCH 4, 1903 NUMBER: THIRTY-SIX!



'Dire Need' Cited





School Board Seeks 411 Race Revenue


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jiM'loiiit. llruilfonl ('''IIIO'Y strauherrlet, were presented loinluy night to Northrop olflliy .
I
I School Board members voted Tuesday to ask for T I rids. :Mln Jatin Ailiuiw, National, Nl I ruin berry. lm-rn. t'rmit I left 1 :M. K.: Jiilinnnn of No*-

'r r gyt 100 per cent of all ruce track money coming to Bradford ,rf I For Police thn>|r" !S r
County during the next biennium after review- Ityi I Slle..tdansx. .. ; Thomas
\ pre..lilnt !Slxrko-llr...tlf.,..nl ('"....ty Uiiuiiber. of Coiiiitierrts
ing the "dire needs" of the county school' system .J)

i Stating that "we need an ad. Chief
ditlonal $430.000 to get \
Santa Fe Lake through the next school I "r Pleas. \) .

tam 1 Supt. T. L. Casey add- f
ta
ed. "I see no alternative but
Area Promised to ask far 100 per cent of the Seeks i NorlllTOOffhrf@ ,Y'lilw Site

county's race track; money. I ,
(Last year Bradford County
received around $350,000 In Officials of the N.Ir: cen would be! sub-contractor( for
:
2 More Miles I
t I racing revenue.! C.ISSVSeen Raises I Corporation put their ] at the academic curriculum.

e+ I County Commissioners were No Alternativeto of *n>ivovral on the : \ and The Northrop representatives -
Illandlnir site being gone In said a decision on the
Informed of the&hool
retch of road In the !Santa! Fe
Board's Intentions later in the for a Job Corps ( \ Quail proposal should be forthcom
Lake area was added to the ear-marking the amountreoulred A 13 \per week pay increase '
Center during a hurried vl log within 43 days. They expressed
county' secondary priority lI.t' morning whew the Commission for courthouse debt was requested for members of I
requested joint session service by here early" this week center themselves" as opU-
Tuesday despite objection byComml..lonerl a around 50.000 a yearand the Police Department
New Welfare OfficeThe Jerome John to discuss division of the racing give all remaining racetrack : Chief William F. Russet Tues. The officials M.\ K. of from mis! tic over the) outlook for
funds In preparation fora ( meeting son director of marketing monthly approval of the BlandliiK site,
and U. L. Shuford.Commissioner /levenui to the schools day night at a regular \
Zeura Hamilton legislative hearing at 10 a. Roberts said this would be / of the city council.In I the firm's Noitronlc to but emphasised that' it was by
local Welfare Office moved. Into new quarter* .her moved that the graded m. Friday. Impossible.In requesting the pay hike and Thomas Quali. vice 111' skilled no means. assured

this. week ON-vupylng. one of the cabin at the John Tour- road between the SR 21A dead After hearing the Commission reviewing present needsof Chief Rosser told the council ident of the parent \ at- "We have to overcome tho

lot. Court on H. Walnut toiL (at the rear of Hunt Wrvke. StACompartnc end (tnesr Silver Lake) and the explain Us plan to use the school system, "which that he has recently lost twoofUrt"r. lion for many years' looking fact that there are no existing .

lion. ). notes In front of the now otne are (I-r) public boat on Little Santa part of the race money for retirement he said totaled $480.000 in ad- who resigned because guests. of honor at a 'buildings on tho Ulandlngsite

social worker Marilyn: L'eliwnann. Jo Beth Speyer. IMan Mart*, Fe Lake ramp be added to the I of a possible courthouse ditlonal funds. Casey! listed of low salaries and acid i that County Development! here Mr. Johnson said. The
and Pat Gay. county' list for future hardsurfacing. bond Issue. Casey broke the 'ollo"lnll" ; he expects others to follow ity dinner! Monday' night confer- announced intention of OEO
the news that the School Recurring Demands. milt unless something. Is done tended by city and Dr. was to place the training

The board had Board had Just! voted to request (Koch: purl. ) to Improve their financial officials anti ctvla Col- centers. at abandoned\ Army
previously "Mho have backed the .' and Ur. and Navy Installation. whel.1tClxlatlnar
100 of the
per cent 1. To Improve teacher salaries situation.
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advanced to third place on its center Mr ( lIal", of tlu
project facilities would be
a-
money and bring them to the! Hrwwr told the board that
Board secondary Hut a T-ahapml road,
Area has been with table.
Northrop val
Eyes Commission Chairman George .458
approximately 1.9 mile In' level I being paid lit Duval a city patrolman earns $1
its founding' will bo They sak]. however, that the
Faith W. Roberta told Casey It County .-140.000. per hour, lust eight tenths of | ;
length,
startingnear would for the In of the renter. If It U nin> which Illundlng proposal U the only
be Impossible that worker
2. Local effort necessary to n cent more a
Presbyterian Church on 8K 21, I by the Office of or( the
wet to Santa County to give up Its portionof match State Minimum the city's Street DepartmentHe one currently being offeredIn
extending Big In
Opportunity ''
Vocational SchoolThe '. the racing fund{ without P'oundaUol.1IlX'atlon for proposed argued that a policeman the Southeast. although
) then running< north and Both official. were high would!
raising tax mlllage to a level hold much responsible
Alachuu-Ilradford JunIor a more
south alone the Indian Beach their praise"' of the local( phases others are expected In thu
where It would wreck thecounty' College--$13.000. position than a street worker
Subdivision. I I fort that ha been put : FUU coming. month.
tax structure 3. Maintenance demands I because! he U responsible for
Commissioner Jessie Ch* -
Bradford
County School Board voted Tuesday Casey said that although anew tram 110.000 to at least $70.; I making arrests writing accident !.
seconded U..mUtolm '
to move forward in the direction of expanding) voca- tale courthouse. Is needed he 000UO.OOG Increase. leports, and protectingthe '

tional training for high school students by seeking tion, and It carried.John ald.In "vot WeV felt that school buildings were' 4. Adequate teachers for public In general 'I'
ing against It
have Bradford High designated as an Area Vocational I build needed. much more. small schools (Including gui "If hard to k'I'food! 0
haven't the to It,
Education! School under the Vocational Education Act money Roberta said It.... hoped d.nceh correction. 11biarlans. men," the chief snld "The!
U in the budget
ea why put
of 1963. that pledging a portion of the etc.l 1 20000.. 'la.t man &to rlun! went to
Supt. T. L. Casey explained", that traditional/ academic subject John also obJ.cted to a proposal racing revenue for debt service Total'I 118.000. work In a local enrage at 15:\

! that Federal matching fund. will be neglected In theacbool' to build a connecting link would Insure the county's (Continued On Pane Four" ) more per week than he was I .
between existing roads on Santa
curriculum. These "
SO-50 retaining Its one sixty-seventh making a patrolman
I could be obtained on a as II
bola for the establishment of will continue to be taught" he Fe and Little Santa Fe share of race track fund for Councllmn Ewell Lawson I

such a school, which would said "but It 1 u recognised that lake. the ".. .XSO years. rfe said Rain Cold chairman of the Safety Committee -
... aerve not only Bradford but from 4X1 to 70 per eent of the The matter was brought. up several other small ,coin ties supported the requcp.t."Whl'n ,

on. or more adjoining coun student body needs vocational by Chairman George Robert have done this and that It a man works for a o t

U... training. In addition to the academic who seW that Guy Andrews was Important< to act now, be- Knock Berries year or more', and then! quits
was willing to give a 60-footright :
lie said that tentative plan subject. fore the forthcoming re apportionment because! he can't mike a livIng
for such a school provided for Casey said. that Bradford has of way through his l) property of the State '' Lawson iimuesttd/

20 additional claul"ClOm..t already taken stride In this for the) road. Legislature, that the! council take the re- I, d
direction, and I I. of the f.w John. remarked "I've got a Off MarketAdverse fur
BHS.) at an estimated cost of on. Robert laid Casey that unless rjiiest under advisement
1268.000, and added It was counties. In the state that offer subdivision too, and I'd like to this U done there will "full consideration FLA -
possible that State fund. more than the baste department I have some road graded there undoubtedly' be a reduction of Chief Kosser told the council

might be available In the future of vocational agrl- for me." race track fund coming to weather ron.UtlonabrouJrht that one nine-year, veteran
culture and home economic Commissioner Shuford said the with larger Bradford County nn the police departmenta
to pay all or moat of theO county a ,
p.r c.nt not paid by the; He said that BUS Is already offering "I can't see why we should help share Federal government. I something" In five area develop property where there II counties. i.I a standstill during. the .past. 'I 1 35 per hour and said the .

Casey said that If Uie Vo- I of vocational training. are no homes." Casey said that If It was week.A lowest paid employee In the I ." -' '

cational-Education: deslgnatloa I Th. board also voted to proceed Commissioner ChastaLn saidIt I possible to tie up the fund I late f.a", dropped the Street Department .U current ...,..' ..
Is received. It will not mean with efforts to obtain approval would "accommodate the with a courthouse bond Issue. mercury to 29 degrees Friday ly nuking. II 37 1 p':r hour lie! I JI, .2IIl
for a snit of "OperationHead people' on Santa Fe Lak.," but It should be possible to do U I. morning<<, but high! wInd. kept, said the last time the ':
Start" under the Economic the matter waa dropped attar with 1 a bond Issue for new frost from forming and t colt department received 1/011'1, -- -..

14 Days Left Opportunity Act of lMt John said. "That man Is Just school construction He declared -I damage was. not extensive I was. February, IKI3: That. Is 10'V' I

This I* a two-month summer wanting hie land developed so hU. Intention to Investigate There ws light front. HNliirr1. ,' ) the only raise the policemenhave The DownX

To Buy TagsWith program designed to prepare he can sell. lota." I this possibility at' morning when the msrcurv I I gotten' In the pout fiveyears

economically deprived. preschool During the meeting. the once I failed to drop below freedng.s h- ...ildrumser .. .
M Smith I right I 8' the on both side of the t actr
children for entrance Into Commission discussed a proposal I Roberts said that time .....1.1I predicted... an I
will '
Just 14 days to go before -- hoard agent. and Frank (erected In days of h' avy ca'riiier *"-
the first grade.Casey << 1 10 earmark a portionof ( getting short before the 1 uas.I on 33. to place the Police' IJrpart-'
the March 20 deadline to I Jr. .station porter pause f ( room/ s travel cluilriu W(.rid] ..
said that BOO communities Bradford' race track funds I session, and! that he doubtedthe What has hurt most duringthe fluent on a 40-hour wurk weekIf
lrrCThere
purchase license tags Tax Assessor a sentimental. innmimt : room War til I will be torn
would be for debt service of a possible week is continued. rain I Increase. cannot be
In the nation School Hoard would have I the pay I .
J R Kelly say he has front of half-century and, f::11' sill be a new coveredshrd
Included In th. bond Issue for construction of \ which ha* made berries too Police. officer presently .
a pilot program time to complete' the necessary granted
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sold barely I over :M per cent. Htarke depot now being.: r. house< | on the west slue on ttxitruck
soft for shipment and I I. now 48 hours a* a regular I
first year, accommodatingsome a new county courthouse procedure by the deadline | work
.
l.ttS through February 37. of by workmen In b.d rar-door but. IIOIM on the east
T.OOO usually purchased In 10O.OOO children. H. said Their proposal) will be presented H" said the Commission had i beginning to damage some work week. though at The outdated station b
Bradford County. the Federal government would to the legislative "delegation been working on It* plan for| plsnts with crown rot. preeent they are all working/ be replaced with one I wide by i I two month win be required"

Kelly says his office will be pay OO per cent of the cost at a hearing set for 10 I some time, and would have I Market Manager PAIL Cronk- seven day per week 111II what smaller but I to tear down the old .'.t: lorf
open the two Saturdays under the EOA, with the county a. m. Friday, but the board Its bID ready &to present at | hit. said that three or four. hours I due to the recent resignation designed equipped' 1. arid I shed., and erect the new one
school system. paying' 10 percent I ran Into early opposition lthe hearing Friday I hundred flats had been expert.IPQ *
March 13 and 20. prior to the I '
"In cash or kind." The' when U met briefly during/ the I Casey said It might be possible at the! auction this weekend He also .ail. tht council |
deadline .* long as peoplecome
coat of the program la estlmat morning with the Hoard of to work out a compro- i but with' rain still falling action in cutting off the. I2AO |
In.Sala ." ed at U..r student per Public Instruction and was mI.aM asked Robert If Wednesday night this would I I laundry allowance to each 'Mystery' The Dogcatcher? I

are going about .. usual month. Casey reported.The i (Continued' On Pare Four! the Commission would agree" probably not materialise I policeman last yea, had! a des |
he says and Alf oftice lapeparlng Seperlntedent aald that I No berries" were received at. moralising; \ effect on the pesannrl ; ,

for the lost minute lthe State Department had not I I Announce the. market last l Friday and of his department U City Clerk! Merrill : and. the Iforrutny. at a salary of 1100
t Mayor
rush. yet received .11 of the necessary I only three flat. on Haturday was the! tame a* 'utttn: a p>, delving/ Into past minute' I per month Haiubr
Information on Operation i Monday brought another llremana par $J II/J/ P" w'k. the City Council, solved. and service: on Leo ID and

Head Start but that be would three fists, Tuesday on., and I tlechlrt.s4.! tint< It cost ati o-calei| | "riou catcher '", .1 ,, hall been on the payroll ever

A Volunteer Call like to move ahead wKh the r Human Relations'Group Wrdneaday n. i Continued On l'age Foun' tery that bugged the (", ) ) .I ). ofI since .lie. provide hU own:

application for approval a* Tuetday night I Chilly dog catching, vehicle.
On Each: Citizen soon a* possible. The 'injutery" came I( the Clerk, Edwards: ho>.)"', thli

Of J I-twtey At Casey suggestion, the :zht when Councilman ,i It 'I
board approved the transfer of I Johns checking! throuth

For The B P' Costello from the school's Organized stark of bIll., anked .
tXTT program until June 3o. In I this' about a dog catcher. I : Templo Ii

HEART FUND order that he can In..eU.at..1eoorcUn.ta I 1Mn' know we had .

and keep the board j i Establishment of a Starke ..n. A J Thomas Br and sa Wl: n did w* get. him?"
Will lie ]Held pouted on all pluua> of Federal Human Relation Committee: Col H M Hatcher Chosen U AI.) "* moment, M through known to the publl what! (I.t .

aid to school program now de I was announced Tuesday by represent the Negro common :" .. """,..ml_ \ ,d" happening or not happening, ..- .
Sunday IVM., March 6 veloping.! Casey said It halo, Mayor Randal Chilly who It,. were C C Anderson Carl' V;>,lwar, >U r.pll'....l, "I 1
reached the paint where it wa. said Negroes and white mettogether Clark. Benny Alexander w .who hlrs-l' him but' hi r-ruclst year of ,th-lr ichnollim l- 1

Impossible for him to keep .p I Thursday night. Fet Clarence I I8ue.. Rev lvLenrvon. ) -.;->ng him' IIO) a "", ,,,.h" j I his r<-- |' The students arc In a -b;."

with this mass of iIItorm.Uon.1 I 29. In the City Haft and made John Pupa 8r cry Otv'r (C'ounrlUnen : Tel- void between a enod t .,.'r -mlnT/

and he did not want the local the d.ed.lon0 form the Carl Hal* I r a w>rr "'iu lljr Italy +I in elementary. w'hnit>>' and A
World Day of school: system to overlook. group. "Starke has hlstortca.My enJoyed 1 + 1 1r Vfv > Hand Chltly ass !I II ,.. two !I high shoot program. that!, It

program that might be "Recent event at both national a pleasant aUnospher \\I i t meeting ,, l w. .,III Improving h. *ay .
Prayer ficial. .n'l and local level require! of cooperation betwene all IUeltteen Ki'ft-rn' to past IIlinu. ,, III Key- He straws. that hr .1..1.i
Commit tv Named that responsible clusen and *. whit and non-whlf W>dne1.r afternoon' ;; .. UM. ) nine r..ar. of xnerlrnce:

Friday. March S Casey submitted and received I leaders of our communitytake alike" JUror. Chltty stated ever Clerk Edward **kl I 1100 stt In the Bradford County public

approval of a list of teacher I I Immediate sip to Insure "I believe> the estsbilshnvenl Librarians Get Cancer Kits uncovered: the following Q'u'' '& school system aa a elassroom
10:00: ..\.\ to serve on a Personnel Policies : the continued peace and of a Human Relations Committee quence of event srm- teacher and a* principal of
tranqulUty within our com win assist In continuing The.. services of It ft H< needed three of the eo'Jnly' school
First Christian Church book Commutes of policies to work to be sjp considered a hand. munSt,.." the mayor said Tuesday the same cordial and plea Kll. rtmtlmlmf eaoM-rr tmlnrtimUmt. rarliujlsjg. tow honk. li; local I veterinarian, ... !: to fur- {tt.awtey, Brooker. and Bradford

later by the bard Named In an official announcement pant relationship and additionally "Tao Truth Abaft. ('agreewere pr>. ate.l this. w_fc l Iw thefttartui discontinued a* of Ort 1 I. 19 greater I Junior Ugh I Schools I

OB the committee were; V. R. I of the establishment of will provide an ruMUl' IJtrt.ry and the F.nsdfxH High' Mrhonl library, by the Council and the HUh Temple also Stresses &that

This Spare Contributed Ferguson. BUI E. Oo.1.tla. Ciao i I I the committee.: : opportunity communicate Moving the. fr vntHa.. we. Mr*. MarlMS. Payee (left 1)), *.!_ partmertt handled Ute. In bare the ..n.sweor0 the present

Weekly' to PnbHctae: T Andrew. Maureen M. Paul. The committee win hold its &Ideas between all! citizens of ...... rholrmasi W the nradfortl ('emcee tiafter.. owl f>r, Ism fir several& week lpm'nl myriad problem of the Junior

Community Event by Jake Bradley Leona RoysX ,' organizational meeting tonight Stoke It .U most Importantthat UsyM HIiMtew., chapter prMfclr*, |ter.4.lag tho auserksi At a nv-etlng I an Now or school
high student here will
tThur.dayal( the city Councilman Orte Wlggln out. 4
Kdward Magee and Haul E. | a clear line of communication were Mrs. Pal ftggte., *f the p.Mle. library staff, ctrl Mr.. .
I ball Buford' receiving' ] In the not be solved by the pending
Appoln'-.re ported
The Community HarrelLIt : *) exist In Rtarke and It tt..... Grff4,.. BMt' suit ......... 11Marlaa. Th. asianal ('.* a.
1 Mitchell T H. JUade, P. T Complaints about dog ...Iu. of a "few thousand but says
State Bank was reported that a real Kolln. and Bn Morley Char- U our hope that this committee r..d ...*. win get wmArr way April I with. a.q..l..1 .,......... Inc .& large In the city' I ... ) his goal U a new Junior high
Continued OB Page Four) -..,..
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lea J:. FTUicU. Rev. W. A. Ho- wta serve that purpose I the matter was turned over condition In the junior high school.





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Mr and :Slrn' Carl Geng ofUnmtilla Mr. nnd Mrs. Jjik Nanon of of the equipment ncceysury to :'Y. .T..YT..Y.. chill. ,,lli.K.i.,,,,.nlln.I Ilirll, {. 'III.t" ."1.\1'IU' "Hi","" '11..l"' ".,,l"....""... tcntlun. nt tn th DVply* tKluridu to 'h.Nluii ,,

and :Mr. unit :MmCnailea Summit N. J. wiM'e Hatunlayvlfllturs a w :ll furnished\ laboratory At IIcl'vlnallme, top cake ,.1'11I'11'' '''" will 'I.., .H"11. !I ." III. !mi., for paxiwiciAft '' '
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llanCord ot De'ioit, of Mr. and :Mrs. I 12. U. and his undeManding o f _' CLAY HILL roll with whipped cream: and' hlltlo,'''', .. '.UI''in..I.I.'
:Mich, were weekend gutnn Patz.Mra.. aclence. walnut halves If desired. Slice 111 "M.ih of AI>rIl. IM\ wl.hhI that tho c ,1',.pluii'lxiit

of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hjitni.tnnMrs. Thelma McnrU.' I:tllil. hy. ''hi'.., JiMlg'1< ,
.. IJt M.".11'. :;mull CMuUii* ( url "' II..
IIinvariT VadaeltIMione ,
Mrs. W. tif J.i 'Imon- such author of Ity :.Mrs. lint, a. IliU 3rd ..
Leo Champion. :Miss Gloria Johns < crlticH. as the """Iy iihAll b 1n uditinv '
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GLADYS AIOOTY B. Thompson and son Don- vlllefie viMltingMrs.. Catrle "Why Johnny Can't Head." : t..1. :.\I.. I Incttnie thv 1'.1' ..
.lutrvlnc dutlcf n '
nle and daughter Jan and ,, Hitch and Miss Annlo UaibyI write BOB thing- books attacking TT ...TTTT..T.YT.. RIGHT POINT for the ClmilfM.: A. nitri.y.C"l '' ofr.id Ltral .1..1". ,-.
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Phone 96 j-0651 rk at On'ml '
Joan LibbY were In Ocala last ;l I, on Sunday. our inability to teach i way you write. Come In and L.'ouiiiy.. 'I..rlo"L 1.Jat"r..h! >hrii r> .

\ Wednesday
,u Long- and Miss Karen Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall -na or- tne- picture "t- --inaold. ,,, after four ,months vlnt! ;( IL junior' high school wns at 84 last week with the | BROOK fountaJn pen. TELl!:. ::0...,..... '" .\I'I.IIt.uU". ..... '" FluilUtiit
1 \ ." B tarring, Rock Hudson'i I with her daughter. Mrs. Olin where no i-roviHlonn nro made i nursery u inning the banner IKLEtiUM'll.: ........ a-*
of Atlanta, Ca. were spent' the weekend at their Mi'. and Mis. JamesUrlffi I ... ...,........ L' k.
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i Belich.i
on the Silver River. Graves in D.iytona, to help him with his difficulty i
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'n,1 l guests of Col. and camp on the Ochlawaha River I ....I I. 1I".h.\' "
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P. T. Miss Alice Jones of Lake ,i, :\ and Mrs. Havld, MonLlyomoty : m this "t-r'tlcnl' aien' you and daughter; Lawtey amMJI. 'I 1'. .1. AMrinHn, the hiilili CAM. iron mix
Long, \ of Palatkn
: Mrs, O. E. McGauley :
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overnight nnd Frlduy think Out 'uuWCI' : C C. Britt and Jtanlc hif.jllowlmc 'nrltttratmt "" The' Hoard l of O uiuiMMlrtm .>
Lanier'lr. City was Saturday I family nr'nt ,would, ) %ull.. AiiltllrntlMU.... I1 i .
and Mrs. F. A. is tills week *.1' liilHtil
spending .. t f 'r 11 ,
Branch lil .IHlelll. f IJiradfnrtl '
Ling ra "
ru. l.-
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H to :Monday In New ElIniiton. In gframMid's, / time, ... : DdpLisl1C11Ul'ch | IlirilKIT. '
icueit ,
\ and Mrs. Ray Arch- with h"r daughter Mrs.' Charles ;t 'lu Inl l IMRU"",l tlii-i-im Hiif [.'lull.In. will i "iTlv. and' DuP.e.Mrs. | S. C. visiting :Mr. andMrs. little jn-otrress.itA.s been mRtle. wne vl.-lt!> on :Sun- 'I, ,.. "01.111. IV'tli. ". I ,'..rtt, !. ,,' 10 "10,101", '" ..lid. )'''u,' l 10'11" a. in.. <>n 'ih< "ii
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Hardy. Hardy confined H'v.ii' "
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day Patty .h.* ( tt43!
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Jerome Johns and children Lawson uncl fum- 'I
: : Gcoige rocentlv rwitu'ited money .
J Alilmmiin, nfIh.
l. I tho In.I.IT -. 'It ,
vlslf
were Surfdny .anil,I tinn"iu< urthullm.
In Doctor's Hospital withVllllfl. .Ji lies r>f Penwy I'.11'ntll. Mranj .. ihn r.ipity. In thf i i ,
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:Mr. and Mrs. s! W. spent the weekend with 'lv. i for i-qiiipme.it and it !'clldlng' f.illiitrltiK. i vrtirii-Hli.il rmflliil Mhlfh It wn. ...iw..,-il. lire .H"l' .iirllutvlnjc Iti'iim of MII ,
> I IHilfl1lunJ. nal.l. iriratPK,. fnr I... .
Mrs. Jmis Oilflls o' < r n x .
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her parents, Mr. and'M1'3. J George :Morrison" of Lces- i spcelaliBt to confront this' ".. .. 1 I. Had in b a Katl I.ii.Hiliut
'ilton. Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Kreidcr Mrs. Polly Prevail 1..1. in. lie |1..1. tliifrenn. Thvrl'fli .rtmut. :Xo. 127 V....r .. ...Itl".r......."..., '... '.
Vt. Howard In Lake Butler 1 burjf was home' for the week problem 'heart-on. Our supnrIntendent. -'I* nu..h..r.. unit yimrtnf .
Wiittn
Mrs.FVry .. 1i
George Lennon .r miiiO'UL.
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1 of Palmyra I'a are \islt- I and c1aullht"r of and! """
Lawtey. I IMHUHIIIH ofth
while Mr. Johns hunting waisympathetic tha tI..rlpllon .. wr'otlon" of ftuprrty OHBnt .
was end. Tom Casey IK volt! UC 110(
Smith., and Mrll.i. j jii Ing Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Griiu-1 In I ..d :Mr. and Mi's. Dawson Pa:ilget'i i>rntvii. '.1.v. and the nnnin IrWhllh mi' ofLV Ilimv ..f 1111! III: r..i.. ".pi Oa. : Orlfftn intercnt
Waycross J. A.
:Mr
Col. and '' :, very It WUK ] ttf H* '
UMHOMMPl 0) It'
i. :Mathews all of Jackie KI-V: '
Ion this week. i I nnrl n"j.how; of Mlddlebu-g: WI.111.11\ ( I. mil, i i>niilti> with >fV
ard Mr Robert O, Rev Raymond J. Domes ofWltiston3alem ': .attended a reception given by and ngiecnble., but Hld that follow: NW'. .., UK': run KI.V JHS..I, I ..mil. ..II) Ktaniinrrt HIa.
!! :Mr. nd :Mrs. :M. J. Ciaftonjf
9o'el'p 1th us In the evnlna I! ('Hrtlfli'nio' Xu tl. Year nt I.vu.n I"
N. C U ''h"Rtie : Co!. and :lIra.V.. O. Webb there \yAi nothing he could do i ti. HOH.. N U".JIi.. a.4y ;W..7I :2! 5ft; fool tell**. ')f"n"
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in" of Newbcrry. S. C. Owcnsbori: .>, Ky. were woek- service. I '" 1982. i.. "I.L.Y i 1111 ii WLV\ '"'." '0Mtttno with hlich Bln.. 1O"lenna
t this week of Mr. an11 Co!. and Mra.[ C. K His hanllI'wel'e tied becauje ,[ lirwrlptliili. 'if "tTi.|>rrtv' Ixit '
Tui'iday guests of Mr. and of :Mr. and MraT. honoring Cur ] lit. whu-h mi-HSMnd It I 3, :S .....h. -_dli>. nu,.",.
guests community was: lu1cvec'to if line 1 In HBh-iKin !C n
Mrs. Barney McRao They I Goodln on Fob 24 nt the Officer's of the lark of fund- ,..., William ti..n.. tran.'..IU..e.i.l .i iptiwvr
iTrn. li. A. Davis.n in wnih aiMiiMin'I "ploy
II. Slaile.Mr. learn; of tlis death of Misl | b.lim li .
mid 1 piorly' l& M
all visited Dr. MilS. 'MC> All ur | tiutuut atliuf
and when
\ and Mrs. R. O. Pnnsbya / : and Mm. II. 1;,. Firth | Club in St. Augustine Where is your ihlld- Alma( Walk">r of Lai'K<>. form1I I'kk.n., hot i-i.utity ul .tor..al...il, Nlnh IM>..r.r Input 12 Vol<. liV
Rae Jr. In Lake 'Bun- Pie I Ii I All irf ...nl, City on The Griffins alHo attended the the Muin of the I'olitl.Hl pnip "
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j I Kli.rl.l.l.Unlnu. ulta Cur o".u. l
Mrs. A. L. Can In :ami, datiKhtor Plane. flew tcHt \I I. ?rly of MUldUburg. last Frl- .I".. ,- .,,.,::11' "f. Hr.-nU.iril.: H'al iiiiihla ..I'tlt..,.". n. .
day evening |! livldeili (41-1 TS Mv bun.1. !uum|>l.uli4iuiarj
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< onv Hie Siimlny.Mavio! retirement ceremony! ami recepllon i irtaoe.Track: : Muneyi' if Fli.rl.ln... .............. ..
Petersburg on Friday and lay: B'j'' 'al was held In the ..rMtI"'..." .h..11 be ,,"Wlln... ml.b..n.. ..,
: Carter Rr. IsJ Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Brown honoring' Col.! C. K. The'/ Fair: "Grounds: art | : I pi'..pw niuli fortlfii''''HI.* ,.*.iiicporrtlli .........'"...1( lav the. J'.......... aveiHiiiurwi. anil.
Oat Lawn .
Saturday.Mm. Cemetery at 10 .. .
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and of .
family .rllllu&&e .
Macrlenny
S3.000' .1. .. .
;; Goodlng, on Feb. 23 In St. nice and 'needed b.: : A.-'V" In 1..fo&lI&1I. .II.
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toSt.. Vincent'silal : JAmes Garner nnc'In I ( m. Tursrlay Ira.Valker\. la tf. In.he n..I'1.d".1 .. ll"buliKr
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vlslterl Mrs. M I*! Brown on ': % I .'.rtlt""' ....n w loll "IU > .. Itadiu tnohll !
AuRUHtino.,: would give tho' junior high | "..d In ''Hh c.rll'''-''I. '>* "
with broken knee : I IL'I..* "<" : .. .vlvu.
n lighter/ (if Jacksonville! wen 'Jurvlvl' Innt. ThursYlntn i, Sunday ,| Neiil Lyon Is a medlml, pit11 ': the reading tipociallbt it nuetlM !| .nn.ii.trn win i Iw .'U. t ..H> 'iuiiiu' d..."i. unIt.i ftrll Muu'lulm t>i>wHr output IG Watifn
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1m rnr-elvivl .
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"\ / vl.slllni! ; Ivr piircnts, :Mr. antMrs. dauahtrn. one slater. MrtI ,.. .. """t., h. .orl U". wlinli. .
Mr. and Mrs. David I M-Jinh uf Aiiril, i ..r Input it V lt. IK
BrownJ J LB-) u/
lent In tha Alacliuii Gonerii"; The Bradford County l
silo\ fell while inonvllV : T. H, HIiKlo : j j I Rubv Fountain of hininifloor. on th flr i AlimrfMI f of April, I"*." ,
on l1'"ooy \ Doctors InIft. ... .. ... i. thi. au. dR" "l lOll and visiting .
daughter I""',
were '' In M. n' A 1"11.
Hoxpltnl volopment Authority is juwtgriut. l >!.. h ,
"Muled' \1\1. JrU any ur i-wittpi.t. wit la uni
I MUM: Dniothv Albrecht one brother, Claude: Tay101' I III th sti* il,.. ", A 1.11., isw. .
Mr. an-1 Mrs. Charles Slcl'I"In | y .... ...
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I Mr, find Mrs J. F. Ulooilwotth but tlic $19,000;) "nnllll.lI &!hU.UI """ropb..n.
i M'"i.' IT A. Culnoni at .M treli.'rh .
I. and Iril oJ l
j spent the weekend with hoi Ocala I of Middlebu-r?. and hel'parents. r'"I.i-d thl ir J.\I.) IO.and..rot ....'.r.rl...
Sunday. .
i :Mr. ami Mrt F. F. Klumed 1 i pnrenls, In Veto Beach.MI' on am) fjmlly vlslt. d horj I Iy'w"ld provide a "reading i Mr and Mrs. Hham I J.... Oturlvi A. Iwul.y. i. I nat.lI..llon..t 'i itinninth
,' Mrs. Plii'iio'H .ulster, I I Mrs. John D Simpson and parent Mr. on'Ir< : !!. C W.I( !laboratory equal to none Ir (!C ,4 '.1.1I I'Ui-H af iMrcult '.'"rt ui Mranfer 4 MboTl ...
ami Mrs. Robert Fn.nl Taylor of Mlrtdleburg Our rlm A r.n' l.y.ciTfc .
Mrs. Randal ChILLy were vlnltInw I I I ; I County, .. Itourd rwMTViHl i h.
1 Brandon Sr. In thin This noth- '. < 1"lo.orhl.J. > c
Qulnry over aren' Is to Buy I i.f riiciiit < >uii iillrmlforrt
R. W. !Mill ill J.ulcionlast tt ::1
liner! of Jacksonville wore Sun d:If'peSt sympathy goes out to :J. to I'MJ..t .ny .nd >U bioI.lU..IAI. .
Mi-s. Snell In Way- .
Fred .
the weekendMian !. of the money which ronnly, .fl'iri.l i
Friday. ond ''ny visitors' of Mr. and MrsAll' '1'01Oa.. last Thursday and : Vlckl Lambert of Dity- amount remaining) to about $100,00 an- the family. Alma wat wellkl1ovn I 34 II 9 !: ,,,"'U'K: nrm ..:'.... .". ..' '::1....".,t.1"1.A. iNirliyA )
UHM Linda Stevens ,,, .
"" lIw..r. Friday." throughout clay Hill. ... I irI" .. \. 0.1.:1": 'nA IUd:14 IkAUBV ,',
Billy Dealing anil, sons \ /lnd Mis. Curtis LeiMIrcl I tona lieach was the Saturday I niuxlly. June think what could I'KKSONALSM: )0;..". .. h....-ii.v. a"" n .r In 4 -

JockBonvllle were Sundaytort :Mr. nml Mrs. John Lo Mi'of, and N. Walnut Mrs. Bobby street L. Taylor hnveourchasrd overnight guest of her mint j i bu done with that! s B-ulah Mae Floyd: and I N.lliiof .\...>.Hi'".'".. Kr '1'"' f

t>t Mr. and Mis.: I.. Mho, Mrs. John Miller nnd child I Wheri Is your < hild when 1 Itrr*
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lit Citv Mdit'av evcnlmMi [ 'the foi'mer Dorothy : aon. and Mrs. Marline Hatcher I .KrF.. 1111.1". I-'. .. '
Oreen and Mr. and Mis.'ant and :\\111'... Keith\: Gllllng ', ren. ''we talk of Uio gifted and the I n.ntl son all of Mlddlebum. Ni.tlio lit her..|... ii\" tiinT -

Pass.N't .ji..'mi of" TullllhaH"ee1'1'0 ov Floss home at 716 Cypreso/ Air. and :Mra. Burge' : ScarIng ,I slow ? They are In regular visited. their grandparrnts | J Alilormiin, ih. h.il.l.. .ri "
Street and axe mm Ing there Eric of j i IK.. r<.illowlnir ...rtiri. .II-M hn- Announcement -
and Deland
i.i'nr" : #tipils,. of her parents. Vlils Meek.MJr. were clnsHea bvrnuHe e do not I Mr. and Mia. JInry Mosley. I fkl.il' nilil, c rtlfl.-n.l.B for .1 '....
Mr ,ind :Mrliiiy Sale on wnekcml, visitors of :Mr. and have a qUillinI'd'III'her' \ and 1 last :Monday .1...." I... to. 1..,..." I h..r...." '1'1>,
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and Mrs. V J Spcn>> / I' r."t'..'.,. nlinrlt. nml >...nrf
rit
:Mrs. E. B. Soaring. Carol "qulpment to meet their newlHnt and Mrs. Haaie Rhoden happy
P'I'IoJn Elmer Carte: and Sidney I .. Mr. are
!'er and family and Mrs. Emna .. (fHllnni .V.. I he il. '*i rl l.iri! < '
Win Mrs. Kjtu KhcpparJ of Seating of I'alatka was nlao their level Tilackman wrr! IlMdnn at t tLorhloosa t ''ho nronortv.. nn.l 1 lh.. nnnu' I II
Badman In St. Aulu&tlne
Brunswick (C:><. spent th( I were! homo for the weekend.Mm. Where in your child when : I.nke last Sunday. | n'lili'li, It "''ILIO HM..*...(| urn .n to announce: that they have purchased
Sunday visiting
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on '
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. weekend wltllrR.: W. 11 Mr.: and Mrs. R. L. SpenglerMJr. Victor Lamb and we talk! about Improving the ;, Lron Carter Is in Athens .-...''iCl."I.. :NIL; IS: Vil "'
Hurt.Mr. daughter, tiuwn, recently returned nor In I miles program ? lie Ot. for two weeks on business l..',,",,'" IUjt..rll.lI..n the
: and Mi's.' attended
Spenale-r i { of. Pri> >iri, < 1 1in .
and :III'". Tyler Jone from n vl.iit to Sun is likely in a clnssroom' where Mr. and Mi's. Cugpne Coz- i
the Fieitta of Four UK ,'... ..f flL" of NT'; : "
and grnndchlldien Kathy u.ic Fla?.? and reception for Col. Antonio Texas) and Mexico. I the mnp and globes and other I, K4it and family ot Oalnesvllle NWl "f N'WI% Hrlnir' I,,< :-. Brown Sunshine Center
alrlH urn out' of date. of hv 1IH' M, W MX i'l'"
:Mela\ nlu CJieen vlKltcd th< are staying/ with Mrs. Cnczait's .
Pile :. E. Ooodlng In the after Num.-in. whlih. ..wom, "il I-Inlf .',",,
: Jacksonville Zoo on Sun
,.ifternoon.Mr On the virus sick lint thlxAeek tnlk/ abut tho value of ait Clifton Carter while her hus-. .VII .if UMliI. nmtx-nv' 'i.i'iihi They Invite You To Continue Your I

: In : und Mrs. M. L. Liinaoinnd we find Mrs.! J. II BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES in the Junior program ? They bind Is recuwratlng We wish ", f'I'.rhlll.(.unity of iJrpnlf" i'

Hun David. went b; Fields PhylllH Miller. Mrs.I Rr- art- not In an art clusa, benune him well ago In. l'nt._n .'''h r >rtt" Fine Patronage, and Assure You That
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KOCH Zephyrhills on Sundjy to a-el rut Alvarez :III's. Paul' Hutch- I '' we do not have a Junior Rail Ptdnrtt ofvl'Ued MlddIl.'huTli ..i-riirii...ir.llnn,'.,i""|I..hiiii law tw ih. I-.I-"rrl .. .. Will Be Handled In The

: her father. Oren Weli-h uni Inn Bruce n ml Becky Jack- I high art program. Mi M Where is child whrnwo Pit' Sunday. WIM h.. ..>l.l, ,l... t .
icett,
wont on to Tnmpa to visit Mr Mm.. ICwell MrCtirtlx your -
ion, LawHnn I iilllli....t 1.1,1,1.1' Hi P,il.ll '.". Same Friendly and Efficient Manner As ]
:Mis. Holme. talk about math ? He hiiii >> Mrs Da bar* Menlows and ,
and *
Roy Loe am) son Jeriy. the ll.V iJllllK-H.. ,,.. .1..... uli th.fl -I.. \1",1. CASH ; Mr, and Mrs. Churlci. Lnwwm H. A. McLcod fumlly :..rrl.Edwal'd 'Irillll| < teacher and n textbook andthllt's daughter of Jacksonville. Mr In jr'nlh' ..f A|>rll I'h.. > .. I, ', Before.

and family of Tallahassee Burns Jeff Wan'cn'I.nrl about the sire of It and Mrs. Chnrbs!: Lana and I I. ,mo, 61 h duy "f April, in. .
"KiLlnl, lhl> 3ril woie Friday overnight guest, leimc Newsonie.Mrs. | With all the fiidH over the Where Is. vour ('hlld--- when family and Mra Dora John- IUK on: HOIW un.r. UK.MAIN
POT of Ma pnrents Mr. and Mrs we talk itbout the junior high and Zelma Mslled Mr. and IMCAI.k"'
;Marlon :Moyer of JuckHonvlllo I "drop-out" problem and what I 'h'"I.. .\ It..rlv.. THE SAME
H. \. Lawson. Is visiting; :Mr. and | to ilo about it, the junior hlRli business section *' If he Is Mrs. Fnilcy Aostln and fa mill r"l-i\\ n1 ,iMr. nil.. r-.niit nf ,I.ni.If..r.I : .

PtUElo* .to.. Solve' ., Nothing :Mr, and Mrn. M. B. Jordan Mrs. F. W. Strickland on pupil has been left out In the lucky he may be one of the Sunday "1'iiiinty. flurltln Open fi A.M.: Chise 11 T.M.:

t* Writ*.. No Stamp" to have had as gueats "It.". Ton Wednesday and Thursday "cold." 20 students taking typing IN We were sorry to !learn that 3, 1 II 1 .

l.lek No Just, ant Mil \ this our "Junior High Business n trre fell on John David 7 Days A Wek
Obligation. Llndaey daughter. Sheriff andIra.: I'. U Who seems conrerneil about \wllri* llf ttiittlrntIMN fnt In*
Com* In Kttch: Week or died Mltis Mattie t nn< thcno Htudonts KEMAIN THE
In grades 7 l *.. Ill I.in' |"*. II. 1'UICES WILL ALSO.
Sovr J Time* o> I> y Mid Jot and Mis. Vent Llnd..eii my Recldldh visited Mr. and \ through B, between the BtfOBof Whre Is your child wher, area near Oreen Cpve |I I Niitliv' l.. lu-r.h.. .nlv>n. .ihn'T SAME.Attendant : '-

...., Vour FTZKB "(Jash Pot nd son of Foil Pierro ovethu Mrs. Tat Powell Sr In :M cctenny 12 and m Who's InterVMted I we talk/ about ,t the Inrlllllta'Jal Aprlnxs He! 111\/1 tOil I' biokrii .J \lilin. m..n. Ihn h..l.l. rih. >'
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T.cJit. ribs and about 18 stitches In ruiiowiiiK' "rtiri.ni.. hufl'nl
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weekend andMr.. and I Alts program? With a membership .
and Mr. and ;Mis OtenKeddlah In Ule ulmont 80U( ( teenagers mill .."n"RI." r.r II I.
Lat Week's! Winner I Mrs. Thomu Hlak-.son ot In Ralfurd on iJunilayifternuun. who of 600 our school I.I Ifi his face anrl Is a patient In .1.,1 I.. I... ,..u.... II..,...." TI.,. On Duty At All Times !
Chaddsford Tu. ovel'nlihLofond'IY. I uie going through i entitled to onn full time tea- the Cluv :Momoilal. Hohpltal. ,....lIrlo."o ",,"....1'.. ..n" .",
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UNCLAIMED\ a critlvul transition ? .... ,
:: period f 'iMMllMllri*. th" di i Itilli'tt "'
I :\ Doug Seymour of FSU:: wan So whut! Where ure they I ('h"r by the/ state department Oreen Cove Springs. i iOforiie I i 'In lirnrtertv. Itnil Ilii* nnnuM Itu COMK: : 1> AND LETS; CKT;!; ACUl'AINTEIl.

Ca h Pot NOW Mr, and1'8.; O.V.. Cox or home for the weekend. when you" l egln to talk about ; As It ''a.'e shnrn ( wllllnll'lylI. ) Orlffls of Lonu ri.M.iwi lil< h .II wu* n..mit.mt.il. nrr n

Cochran Oa. were weeltentMr. Mr and ;Mrs. Billy llnriIng- upending- millions nationally\ | the one -we have with the Branch. and Maivtn Oolf and !I I ivrtirii nli., ;N'.i( '.1 ,'. ii ,.f ,Il I-
$50.00' jtUIIKtS or and :Mrs. George ton of JackHonvllle were visit- and thoiiMMnila locally to j I. high HChool n" of J fk.v>nvllle vUlted' I l .u..n... K I r.n' RHODEN'SSUNSHINE
help"curb" .
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'..", 'JI1/tRln Where In. vour child when Irene Padgett lust Sundayal'l'nool1 l> rlttl..ii| i.f .I'ti.ii-r'v' i tII"
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IlIgI..s. Cliulys Huiilitjftonm tliu "drop-out", tide ? "'< III MW "I'l 1)1/ .f < \\ ,
Quality t>ru** anti I ({,iiallty Mrs. Chiirley Johns spent Sumluy.Mra. Where when | we talk > about the Physical I ..IK': ,
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':::,' Prescription P..rvlr atHocrm : the weekend with her son-lix- Rhoda 1 lumpier of tnlk nbinit how they we clln llmiru-r you I Kducntlon: "' artm'nt" Now of:Mrs.Doctors Jennie Orren and son :.Nun. ..1"1*< 'in whl, h ii>*.. ... l .n.. .v CENTER

nntjoisllntr I aw and daughter.. Mr. nmlMrs. that's a run I good question Inlet visited Mr .. ,. ...
IIU Starko nnd\ """II'H. Hal Uillen of our vocittlonul educational program Ml .r .1,1! ,or ', ,
Tour N..&t Rx Flll d Ralph Knzatitin. In Or- Lake City were vlMltltiK1 frtonilinnd / ? When Some are in tho lobby of thetepat'lo'LII and Mrs Homrr Padgett and I "unit' 'if III. ...II ""I ""i .
talk: about .
you family last K:' .Ill.
::: AT ando while Sen. Johni wo* auditorium Home are Sunday afternoonMr 117 W. Madison
relatives in LakulanU rercntly. the F dernl prul'r.u..lI'h'n! i ii in .iri,
1101 KOCH'S Client of Ben Hill Grlfn.i at I I you tulk about the proper
nlu: ranch In Klialmmee.IIMK Mr. and auditorium* Some nre In a
'" FRKK CTJVKIIY 1 Mrs. John T"I'urltlfJl' of the Hare Tiaik mon diitiKhter. -._ -- ---
Mr and Mrs Hob-
''II JI I : and Mrs. V. J. When i classroom. In "A'' building.
II Spcnglei
: ey. you tnlk about the l'1't IJaxley: Jr and family lust''
I I und :\\Ilr.... O. I... Fnrbor ure attending county tax utrutture ? When Some nre In the field house Sunday alt rnoon.
1111> Horn* are- 'In1''the ''gytnnaHlum.i .
"My Fair Lady" tit yo\l\ tAlk about Junior
; rolIeKley Ml. s Harriet Meadow\! of
'the Faiifnx Theatre In Juiksnnvlllo ? i And some are elsewhere.
When you talk about the Jacksonville visited her grandmother

this evening: Thul's.dny. ur! ndiicutloit. ? ', Where In. your .
I LI ten and I will (1..11 you '>I we talk about the library ? lisharen .. : last:Mrs weekend May Etta Wordun. -

) Local citlnilttanccs to Uiiul- where they ure They lire beneath a small and tnndequu-. :Mrs\ Geneva Paduftt: ant"

Let Us Pay Vim ford County IIoHpltnl thli the tuns of exi-UHtm.. red'i telv stocked library' with children visited her mother i"
1,200 other students.!
week Include: Ltignn W. H.ilJ-
tape paper Jungles, mul dl.ilntie Doctors Inlet :Monday .
wln Bennlo OMCUT K.: WHAT'S THK: EDUCATIONAL -
Loper. : t of the "do-gi>iKlrrs" toul* Carter U conflnctt ,
Hill 'Crooby JoAnn Witlker.. :Mlchnel nnd that's Ju.it about as clone TKRM: FOR ALL. OF withlnu. I
"" W. NeWHome. Tamnite II : to the bottom THIS ?' I call rt "The 1 by 4 '
'01'' i of tho heiip an :loIn Connln Padjrett had: to

Thornton. Mrs. Theln"\I.; ,'|| you oaji puHniblv j get; Th<*yi F..lucIAlIonnlI'Pro eh." Oneteacher return! to Bradford Coimt> I'

Dynl: ::111'''. Ruby Hrnjloy. i i I nre lont. at leant' In thl.i conn- surrounded by four 'I"'DUal Frld.iv nldht nftci

; Steve Pavllk ami :Mrs. llnzel. j! ty. between It R'I; bexlnnlng walls standing In front of 30 !being released Friday mornln I

: ; FOR SAVI1! J. Rllrh .nil of Stui ke.: J UIIIUTIJ|,, (elementary school nd l ai bright-eyed! children trying ". Alsu tiuford Hl'glnbolli- ,

I). Il.irrlson of Ktkc tin tier: i iManlet .rryxtnlixlng tinlsh ( high their dead-level best to nil avoid am U: a patient In the Bradford ;

Y. Ii.uln." :lln,. Cornelln '' I 01
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01"" .\. Biu1ett| Ronnie U:. Hullerii Where are the junior, high Interest. has been rr\ :NEHHTtie

,1111'ill Murvln E. Rosier Cutheilne studenti when new voontlonnl hampered by the lack. of mon Clay Hill PTA held Its

: Selleis of Lwiwtey; Rob- programs. are bvlng\ initialed ey. annual council meeting last' I,

Develop The Saving ett C. RiiuleiNon of Camp wltJ\ nil the electronic "trim1mlnff ,I The moxt diaheartening. Tuesday In the school cafeterla I>

Uhinillnv; Berry fiyal Sr. of s ?" They. nre in a Mhnol'building thing however. ls the factthat The ntee-ttttf wu well'']

Gruhiini; Letnt O. UJil.tiight riddled with termites. there does not seem to be .attended and th* crowd. : en- j

I Imy K. Barton nml, Lot'I.I.. ; i iof eleotrlcnllv wired fop IB.TO: anything that we van da about joyed refreshment The ncxi .

j: Habit and Well Pay 1..1.. ....). Kryntono HolichtsLocnl lighted. for the dark age. .extremely It. The fumU which are mtl'tlng will be held March' j

admittance Doctor's 'allotetl to us by the state are 9 Ui th
"'" to ovrrrrowded. hnvlng" : cafeteria at 7:30: p m J Event
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".',." lloHpital this week Include: : only one main cntrnnoo for enough to mevt only basic RECIPE OR THE WFFK Spring ,

You For It'! John A. Spenco., \\"oni1j'ow. 300 to ut ait claanen/ change. nr..ds such as: textbooks. pupil Walnut Cream Roll 4 egg" I

,::, : Trying t.loll t. JI"ll1nJCI"'OI.th and Ch.irles I' In noml ot n gootl paint Job dt. >ks. library books, ( not whites half teaspoon salt. I I

Hardy of SUlke: AUfWy'' WF e ,land which leaksalt this besides enough and things of Uil na U>a"poon vanilla half cuyuar.

,[ Crews of Lavvtev: :Mrs. Ournlyn being. dull and unattiac- ture. Funds ,available from' 4 egg yolks '4 cup j

"..," Tetstone of UrookerMrs. d 1 live. Vet It U. within these the county for chmsroom aupplle all-purpose flour, half cup Zanf rel & Cotton f Values to $1 1 Yd

.. Mary I K.!: Gilflls ofnutlcr. LaI.) i! surroundings that your child i and pupil needs do not choppt-d California. walnuts I ,

IHU Our comes ISO eta)'" of the year to I, even match the above. In cup whipping t"reanwhJp&>t'd 50 Z.ctfoeI. 50': c......: .$01", ei.... 'i

Mr. and :Mrs. C U Cnllt-I sit with a textbook In hU terms of actual money both and svtretencd. .... toIid eol....: ...10 '. ......

HIM' "wiy" ; and .on of Pnlntka t were'' hand, and alone with hi.* teacher of the above would not amount Beat whiten. with .salt. and

Dh idcml Saturday visitors. of Mr. and" hope thut in .,om. <> "m to 15 per pupil per year. vanilla till soft peaks foimOradually Spor? DenimsSeersuckers

111111 Mrs. Krai Bennett. tit'Away\ the knowledge of which would b. .available'forsupplier beat In 'UJ.ubrat.- i '

,"" Kate ;Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. RittA of the book will be abnoibedWhere and equipment library Ing till rtlff peuk form Boat 4 far C 't
i
I books. etc. till .,,__.., ..... h_. ...e..t....
nuppUes. thick
1111'Jm' Starke. nml. :Mrs[ A. M. Mooic. :! .* your cbIM when yolks and )lraoncolored. ; ,
''cr Annum of Blackiilunr, Oa. wilt spend the "HIT. of science" demundi WH.VT HOES XT ALL, Fold: yolks Into .

the weekend with1': [ nml f elaborate laboratories to ensure :MEAN? Simply that your whites; carefully fol-1 tn flour .

Mrs. Walter nnd lr.1 of child) and\ mine are beingshortchanged and nut. Line bottom and
H.irvey a .
< | supply
"iipnca/ EiV Ctr*. .n l) p.rp.... labfMl. ; *to .01.,4"", ...
-, SKMI-ANNUAI.LY and :Mn Ronnie Alton in At- i, brains to keep parr ,wtih communltitlc e d u cittlonally ,I aides of IS lit \ 10'Ii x I inch ...ip_

'''' lanta. On.Mr. : rounterpikrt acrcum and It's high time we took jelly roll pan with waxdpaper .

; and :Mrs.[ Billy :Mooru\ the WRY" Your rhiUI U. In .. our head out of the stnd end : Spread batter evenly inpan. Woven

::: and fsmtlv mid Mrs. Ch.uliMI'nttt rrirulnr vUiaroonx wIth n regular : started doing something about Cake at 37S degrees for GanqhamsV7bfMl

:, FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS of :-'f,1IIII.'n( were rec.:it rte.tk. a regular, textbook the actual, problem U sniuutra or till calc; sprtnssb.vk 6...,_ ..... ...,. .... ehacu ,... -......

,.. visitor, .* of :Mr. and :Mrs. Fred and a few furnishings from WHAT CAV WE tO A- when touched.! .... k.t eI fo..d !..* mvtkULTRA e... ,,""i.... YD.

ttennettMr Xoah's Ark, making brllev* nOUT IT Investigate.) Cool 3 minutes: I loosen aides

: and :Mrs Tommy Johns thut the "..clenc-klt" type of examine our junior high of cake and turn out onto
: And Loan Association school and its facilities. After tonvc-l sprinkled with siftedconfectioner's
and son of Ja..kllonI1VU'\ equipment will really give BLEMD PB2MTSrfe
vUltlnK :Mr. and :Mrn. J W. him. the adequate backgroundh's an honeat evaluation I am augsr Peel off

Rltch and :Mrs Daisy Perry- been told! IK sa vital to sure you will conclude thatwv paper.: cool to lukewarm. el 53% A nl. SO'/ S9c

":." OF STARKE man on Sunday. his. future \vrll-hrlng and ur- mint divert stl the moneypoaaibl Starting: at narrow end. roll D..tic ..... .pring pi..t.. id.AI 'for bJoolSlt... d 1ft .

Miss! Harriet. Loudon[ returned \'Ivat."hU.* thl. l I.. polntc: on toward tipgradtng cake' and: towel tottethrr. cool ."<1 .porh_....

Tue-wlay\: from St. Vincent'* he'* told that one day/' he will\ this phtue of educational system on rack. Unroll: spread with

.... 218 North Temple Ate. Hospital where nh. underxvcntsurgery be. Hi Senior HUh whore he la order to achieve quitl- ", "I"oM
last week. will have at least have om. tty education. Pta..Ut'. "t'fMto.., $!.{. al LARGE SELECTION OF SIMPLICITY PATTERNS

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MARCH 4. 1003 BRADFORD COrNTT TRtTORAPft.!: MTARfTR.: VLORn1A _


Junior ClubMembers I Family Life |I T. T. Long Home ''


Model To Be TopicAt Scene Of Coffee
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I Sewing ContestA ''I Woman's: Club For VisitorMrs. \ .._ /'"


-__ I Rewind contest was held Rev Tt Walton Orady ol 'I T. T. Long, honorcil, <<

GLADYS MOOTY at the Junior Woman's Club the First n livtr-rlan Church Miss Karen Stone of Alliiuti... : t

meeting on Monday evening ulll be Ruralikrr; at thMatch < Ga. flanceo of Tom Long!> nt

Phone 964-0651 ,. at the club home. The program I meeting of the Stark* a lovely "Coffee" Saturday
was under the Fine Woman Club on Wednesdaj morning from. 10',10:: to 12 o- I : FOR SPRING AlGagle'

Miss Ross Becomes Bricfe Arts department' chairman at 3:30: p. m. In thy chit Vlock. at her homo on Jo: .
Dorothy \
I t. Street..
Mrs Dcwayne Elder. er I house Washington; '
Of Wm. H. Cherry In Baptist CHurch I Modeling! outfits they had I 1 Rev. o.-117 will speak on Spring flowers In artistic /rl(

made were Mrs. Charles' Saw I "Family Life In the America arangements were used 1 to advantage 6

Miss Dorothy Pearl Ross o? yen Mrs. Cene Shaw Mrs. Home." O. U Jarvis Jr 11'111! In highlighting points ,,

fetarke. daughter of Mr\ and Pete Mills, Mrs. George Situ I render several musical s lrc- of Interest In tho Long home

Mi's.' J. B. Ross of Homestead ford Mrs. Randal Chltty. and tlons. Mrs R. A Orern Sr. I II for the occasion. Tho coffee f' STYLE-MART SUITS

and William Harold Cherry of Mrs. T. l. Casey Mrs. Elsie I chairman of the Anvrlcar tablet was covered with an Imported -

fiopklnsvtUe. Ky.. son of th Sanders served as moderator I Home department will have lr outwork cloth and l oenternd .

I .Ute.. Mr. and Mrs. George Calhoun and judges were Mrs. D. L.1 addition to the above program with an arrangement. of

Cherry of Hopkinsvlile Silcox. Mrs Harry. Green a "TaMlnit. Tea" during thi the same. flowers Mrs. Charles. From $49.95

, were unltd In marriage on and Mrs. Larry Cbaon. First social hour Recipes of the Snwycr" pre,,"'...' nt tho mottos"

Saturday Frb 27 at 8 p. mIn place went to Mrs. Gene Shaw many gourmet sp; 'ctaltlci\ : service AUo assisting In mrvIng -

the First Baptist Church and second. to Mrs. George Priest-Morris served mill be given for the were Mrs. HitroM" Utulwln' Shop now in time for taster! and \

with Rev W. A. Hogan, pastor Shuford. Mrs Shaw will represent asking; Mrs.!! H. C. Rltch. Mrs. L l lVlnlng It 'i i get the "tcp-of-the-wawn" choice:

performing the ceremony the club on March 10( Mr. ant Mrs Hubert Pries! Hostesses for the ..ftl'rnoonwl1l and :Mrs. T. 11. Sli",l.. j i lof these famous. fashion heldlincr.'

The altar: was decorated In Jacksonville and will compete of Lawtey announce the engagement b*: Mrs. O. J. McOrlflSr. The 35: guest. Included. from. '

'With two baskets of white for the district four title of their daughter .. chairman: Mrs. E. B out-of-town Mrs. Bryant S .I! I

'ftadloll and Plnocchlo chryanthcmums Mrs Charles Hutcheson wai Lorraine Beverly to John H. Sealing' ': Mrs W. H. Smith Carroll and Mrs. Robert Hawkins /

and two candeJabras elected' by the club to sere' Morris Jr., son of Mr. am Mrs. F. W. Strickland. Mr. of Jacksonville and' :krya{., ,. I 3 light and medium tones and (tho

forming/ an arch against > on the Nursing Scholarship) Mrs. John H Morris of Green Merrill Struth. Mrs F F' William II. Long and., IlalLjh",( ,, { new iridciccnts: and compound col.

a background of magnoJla committee. Any person' desiring Bay. WIs. Stump Mrs Herbert Thomas. ter. Mini. IH-nn.i, long uHf \ t[ ort Popular pattern from plaid

greenery r to make application for The wedding will take plat Mrs. Robert. Ward> Mrs. J. n Gnlnesvlllo. and !solid to checks.: hairlines and

Mrs Charles Francis organ- this Nursing Scholarshipwhich at 4 p.m. on Al'r111\ In Graci Warren Mrs 8. A. Weldon i herringbones.! Superbly tailored in.today's

tat, rendered nuptial music as Is for $400 should con Methodist Church. Lawtey Mrs Julian MrRa. Mrs. A. R Altar SocietySt. 11 H f I slender vigorous styles. J I Ii )
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assembled and MrRae. Mrs. P. Mrs
guests accompanied T Nolln
tact Mrs. Sawyer for an application All friends and relatives of '
O. L. Jarvis Jr.. soloist blank. the couple are invited to at W H. Nollman. Mrs Don Pa- Kdwnrd's: Altar Hoi'IdV II f:-"-" *.'-'-. EXCLUSIVE NECK'

: who sang "I Love Thee" Club members went. to Sun lend tray. Mrs. E. K. Prrryman will meet Thursday. ]Mar II t w I 11 r ::1 ZONE TAILORING

II., and The Lords Prayer' 1'd\i4.4\ land Training. Canter on Feb' k and !Mrs. Mrrrltt Williams .nt 7:30:: p m. In tho Parish r J Hj aMures trim At and betI I 1
The bride given In mar- On Thursday March IK at' '' .'
14 and gave their cottage of Hall. : I T y' her appearance.' No un-
rl..* by her brother Jim Ross girls., a Valentine. party. An InternationalTea 7 p. m. the club will aponnoi. "Plans ror" St. Patrick's \ I kmah sightly gap. The collar :

Of Homestead wore a street other party will be given foi a dinner and program! open Day social I w\1be\ dlni-tiiii-d, lasajfll tin n1 no matter how 1 1a
length white silk brocadj Is Held to the public at a nomInal > I
, satin hat with feathere. and them In March.A V much you twist or turn.]
frverbtou.te. dress with A-line charge I
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skirt and matching doml-flt carried a nosegay or white baby-sitting clinic will bit Woman's ClubThe Beta Sigma PhiThe -
interspersed with held' March 18 at I I.: Jacket with pompom buttons carnations stephanotis and I'y ssxround- house at 7 p.m. All Interestet' {'t.rke'omlU\'. Club LittleVomen .regular. meeting of Met,,i Sport Coats",

She wore a small airy white ed by tulle puffs ,| people, from teenagers to was the setting for a lovely); To Hold PanelThe Sigma Phi will ho hold. Monday rr ? From $29.95

i, Mr. *. Edwin U And attended grandmothers( are urged to( International Tea given by; March N, nt the Immi'
her slater a* pion of attend. This clinic la umlei' the Junior Woman' Clul Ministerial Alliance wll of Mrs non 1 Patsy', 13110) K:

STARKEBUSINESS I honor In a dress to the direction of Mrs. a. J. Me honoring all foreign born persons have a panel discussion durIng Call St Mrs. lien Moxlcy will 11Ili

. the b lde'a In blue w.d with Gruff Jr. and those Interestec In this area on Wednesday the program at the LIttle serve os co-hostess.. Spring Slacks

pink accessories, 8h carried .should. call SW9-J1J1 afternoon.. Feb. 24. Women'a Club meeting or t at $8.95
A fashion show will be helt. Standing In the recelvlni td Starting
I a nosegay of pink carnations Monday March 8. al 7:30: p Rotarians Hear
interspersed with\ Ivy'and net 1 April 1 at the club house al line were Mrs. D. W. Whlffen m. In the club house.

a DIRECTORYAUTO ; puffs I 7:30: p.m. This Is sponsored Foreign Affairs chairman: Ilontrurs for the evening Magazine PraisedGlenn
the Junior Club and fashions Mr. Charles Sawyer pried Dress Shirts
by
Serving a* best min was will be Jane Adami. Dee Walters -
Edwin Jj. "Anderson' and the I will be from Ragles. departmat dent of the Junior Woman'i'.. and Phyllis Darby.Martin.Fender Rates: of Jurksonvllli" \ I'itt! $4.50 UpI

REPAIRS usher: were sa Anderson store. Refreshment' Club; Mrs. J. A, Griffin pres gave. an Interesting talk ni> -

of Lake' Worth Jarod will\ be ..served and tlcketi Went of the Stark Woman'i. "Th. Roturlnn",, ningiixlnr u

Earl' Garage: Thomas Cherry' Warren Ca- ran be obtained from dub Club; Miss Elaine Strickland the WiiUnemluy lum.IUIMI. meet'

AU. KINItH OfAfTO puto and leo John i I I mrmbers for $l. president of
REPAIR WORK IWI'l< In the, Jurv en's Club; anti Mrs. T. II The suld the. ; P Colorful Shirts
I A reception' << *.jl-\ A report was given on daughter' of Mis. Carl Thomas speaker" mitjuiaimla
lr' AH Work OmmnteottPhniM rhurrh rducatlonsl building lor I'ay' which. was held In Blade< senior sponsor of the of Starke and James Fender now In Its Slth year of polo| From $4.00

M; -:2MiHa. which wm drcorBlod far UHorraslott > Jacksonville recently at lh. junior club.Mrs. son of Mr and Mrs. A. J. llcatlon .and. K1"'." Into Ih'<

\t[ Walnut.' l'I'Alief'' I IIe I with ha'lrfis I of white I Northal Junior Woman i. George. Roberts kep'. "Fender were unite In mar homes nf almost ftoo.ixto' hots! t" '

gladioli and rhryv Mtriemum.iaaatnst Club with" five local members the guest book and Mrs G. J. stage! on Saturlay..,' Feb. 27. a' ruins around the worM. It l Inn

AUTO SERVICES I a background of magnolia I attending McGrlff Jr. pinned. nano tags 2 p m. In r ,ilmnta. nIt Invnlii.iMi stori>hoiiM or Y

. Gilbert S. Brown I, greenery' fOursta A Free Enterprise. Workshop on guests as they arrived After' a hurt h*>ne} nmoi, Ideas that run ho put In use tf ,, I 11f

were Routed at the was held In Jacksonville si Right tables In the auditor' the ronplis I11.., InBtaike or oniinniiltv Improvement\ 1

taitdard OH Service. Station door by Mrs ,.. Unwell Norman i the Snuthftlcle. Woman's Club lum displayed collections ol Mr Fit "''r Is I eianloyed the speaker| s,,,id,. The program'' .

ATU14ft and Mrs tlmrnt Hugglns with Mrs, Charles. Sawyer foreigntemp/ : two tablet. by the State lt<':n I Deportment "Hi In Chem .. ..e T A Yawn

TIarA \rrrRtrn! and prriwntnl/x. /( the JTCclvltn: I .representing the tlub.Mrs. I lAILOAta If Mill
showed 1 Japanese Item; two TIIK 'KHllir I'OI.Nr for Ihr Ise.
*udg.l Terms! Jload Service line compo..rt'. !Mr and Mrs
... tnhle. for German Items' ; two way. you wrllr.. Come' 'In rill
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Phone tWI-roTl Jim and !Mrs LdalnL :; How To Save Htnrke'HDrug Fssihion. Iftwder
Anderaoti I elect your favnrlle FSIHl.Hlt .:' .
Mrs. Roberta Tom tables. for Greek Item' ; one
W ]If. Tempi NlarkflHURST'S "' Stalling
Those PottedPoinsettiaii (N)K I oiiiil.titi I'm.11,1 l |.;.
'lIlt'kli. and the bride and 'table held< a doll ro.l., ttlor
Honoree At Party from all parts of the work CJKAP13
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groom -..,, __. ___."'. _. ;;:"'-e--, :; -t-. _
1 and' one table held micaIlema : - h -
The<< bride's. table was covered and __ : -.L """
Service Station I Mrs Tom mailings<
with a white satin cloth honoredat from various.' countries Don't tons. out that pot of
Ca Oils, lubrication/ and crntmx! with, a, thrvetlerrd baby. Jeff were The tea table In the sunroon- holiday poinsettia when th

r PHII.LIPR.-ge" wrddlng rake topped a delightful' partyThursday was centered. with flags of last leaf" drops and the fln.1rNt Store
I 'I evening, Feb' 2ft,,.
Oeodjesf Tire tt s)e.ttark'. This : different countries Mrs. .It If, .
and .
with u bride! gronm bract droops atop a spa
ROAD FRRVSt: "%: i given: by Mrs. Jerry Iwiwsnn"" ,,.
Adams at the silverroffe .
"'''IU flanked by silver candelabra : presided ghettl-IIke stem
I Rob and Mrs.
Mr. FergUMnn .
METALOltK I hr>ldlns white tapers; service and Mrs Vernon The plant, can be revitalised
SHEET : II : Harry Mailings, at the norm KOCH'S
I While gladlull and white satin flllrox poured punch. Silver Into a new show of color next

Thompson Sheet rltobW sprays' rtVcoratexl> the! I I lof the .latter on Washington trays held cupcake. <.lecorsted I winter. If you follow thrsc Prescriptions Our

I r ndrUhr% and table! In front : Street .. with tiny United' Nntkma I tips/ from Dr. E. W McKlwee.
Spring flowers In attrarllvsarrangements .
Metal Works'All of the cuke I I highlightedpoints 1 I .. flags. I Al.lciiltnial.; F. :Metal WorkESTIMATES. I A silver randk. allck holdinga AmnnthotNt/ attending this ulnas horllriiltmliit
Type of Interest. In the party .
FABRICATION white taper wa. occasion. The
for the
ANI INSTALLATION the br1!lT and a refreshment table! was covered -
nrxtraai <>f white Rlad ant 1 Club the Little Women'sClub and forget about It until about -
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It Air ( !
Heating HyMnnsPh with linen outwork cloth
;ad bud, ard wh'.. atlrv a and their guests. the middle of March: I
M4-0714 fVl 1 16 K Rt I ,'and centered. with an artificial
)Ibbon dcTorat.'d the table! save Dr McElwee.. [IFRIIEn'II 4
I
fTor.l arrangement of blue
This careless treatment Is
'' flow itfa.The .. Senior Citizens
.Intended to hibernate thpl."t #
n.HMeiuM. >a presented. Ih"honoree .
th cool Mviwhile
duilng
wtos a baby brink asa 1 lost To Palatka 1 >."- AMI 4.1'1'111111.11' .MARCH. .. 5TII AND TII
'i. I the shriveling top feels
memento' ,jhe occasionSoutlmide .
The Bradford Cbunly' Senior tha sleeping roots

.... tM jI. II rttliiens Club will be host to Don t water the dormant VALUE PLASTIC BAND-AID DISPENSER
$1.15
: PT/V. 2.1 members. of the Palalka plant. +
I. r I Club at a covered dish supper Diit so U won't. dry out ton

: -, j jt Sees Musical Play., Tuesday night March 23. much, lay the plant on Its WITH 35 13AND-AIDS I

t \t--; at 4.30 In the Starke' Woman's aide In a root plies Under the
l ): #1"1" A lane\ audience of parents'I, (Huh. Final plans for this back porch or In the tool shod Will Co 1: Given \\llh KJI.II: IVrNon'H (I'rfHrrlplionH... (New or llerill i'rearrlpllnn-.ill) :

and teachers enjoyed a deItghlful e\V
play entitled. "MrOroijndhoff meeting. net Tuesday. night When spring comes' tenderly -
l--4 Find Springs, at I II r
The Talent Night program I awake the plant by Slough ...
a meeting. of the Bouthstde I I held< ..th.. last meeting: wasa Ins: off Ilia dud top and pUcIna -

Elementary School: PTA Tues I great sutresa with sll members 1 1'I 1 the roots In a new. b>*J of

DOES day night ,' participating In. varietyof rich: ..,II. You can grow the STOCK-UP KOCH'S DRUG HAS STOCK-UP

The two-act. musical play'I songs: prtrma. and Jokes I now plant In the last aesson's .

was presented by the second<< Birthday greetings: were sungto ,I pot. but It will STOW better If GONE MODERN
fTHIS grade of Mrs R 8 Mulllns Mrs. Msrtait Courtney. Ed It Is set 'In the soil near thePruning
and Mrs fob F>r uaon. with I ht'1l....
I Firth and Art LnrkwrxxlThe I Il hixh'Mlll" Hrlp Vou I I
+ I
DESK H> children' taking part 'In 'I U the secret for a
Worsted
birthday cake was (
colorful costunvs canopy of color Mat Christmas
"with" tiny Americanflags
Refreshments' were served I Unnecessary
Slap Paying
COST$250'i In commesnorallon of l -
after the program Washington's birthday I As each sprout reaches 13: 2 PAIR Aqua Net
Inches<<: long, pinch It back to
Bradford Fair
The County
ala Ind"... Continue this cruel Taxes" HAIR SPRAY
will be dlscsssed .nd recommendations I j 1.11 die HfiimlrnMHOSIERY\
hook *
I II which. held the guest: treatment to& all sprouU until -
made by the executive
'The two punch tables were the middle of flepu'mbr

NO decorated with' fern entwined Marts will as be to made what by per.ttclp.Unn the- I Then stop to give: the plant 7.*, Of/ Ml .lurUMe l Mr.llrul' Currli.iorH 1'1 p.C'I..1 58c

with Fielders'' white azalea tips a chance to.... their Only
I club. hung \Ve,.rinjf Urre Sui l l.ilmrrl' In I 1"i:1.! :
bowls I
the punch
Presiding at of
bracts color
S Or..rw.Mra I....". will also .be made to petals. < 77'Nl IIOS-T )oir |1'\ V 'TAX:s . That
I were Mr. John C During th! growing season Top |uilityOnly
Mrs send a delegate. to the Stale ,\r. Not NermMiry.Vwi Iteg. ;2.55
WatteTson
?Meddle' keep the soil moist and applythree ,
and Mrs. Hn Council of Senior Cltltens I rimy niiur .h..... a r K. D: Tenly Br I light sprinklings: of gsr- f I
Convention" In Miami. Apr 3O: I..h.-. *v.l fur rim mini. rnmmini -
5110 Hamilton den fertilizer"" i .. JosephASPIRIN" ftn. lion. .... h Pre .
through' May 2. ( Irnnbsllr < M *
OUR PRICE IS ONLY Mlsa Alice Jones. Mrs J H ....... VITAMINSKOTEX
The club sent prayerful, I rrlfllmm. S, aid. .epplbb| | ,bushy n di.a1..IM
DuPr. and Mr*. Paul Ray wishes that Frank W Her- Scout Charter i I ruU... neigh and! r,,lil neMi, .r.. only"
strand served the brides cake.and a few .,f lh. llMiutiuU.. nl HetiM that
areifrliM
select a dVi* in P e Mamry Signwe. long. ROM Halsall. Cecil O- To Be Presented
'
book
W1' ell you keeping the bI1d4" ., .. .
: lahlo MM Mill keep. is rnmi>trt" rerttrilr \ 99c "
I I: Budget Series. yew desk wli1 b.ve- were. Mr. Bobby Taytor and ''Brten and fiornthy Kerrigan< 1110 38-- .. DIMM |Mir".!. Thor. morns Only 3
Rob+t will all recover soon. Members. of Boy Hrniit Only) ..
.
Mr CJw-rrjr's nephew ( a rw arrretaba.l l prnf nl drug. purrsutw. *
The next meeting will beheld Troop TO will meet. at the hut" ,.. .
Flicks of Mace Jrn n y Also" as- >>y II tivrrniiwnl. maul a f helpful hi' nicking
1. Baked enamel finish at 7:30: March 9. on Pratt at. si 6.3O>> o'clock '
statlnt In serving were' Mrs pm. Tie! J..r14HAIR ln.uranr..I.shew I i mn* In ... 2. Chrome plated square kp T B Ifardln. Mr*. June S. I this afternoon (Thursday. ) fur .for 'h'. ...augh1/ / H> P.: lntrnitl4Mt. ;'NOV.

suspension bk drawer Chapman, Mrs Wesley. Klru. a weliwr rout embere til TONIC lh. Hn.K-rtiiMrkrl. tell| | nut anal ran a..l keep
FusJ
3. Misses Brenda Oreen. Recent Birth the TrviopCominltte .have .been rr>>'.1. fur )<.".. 44e MI Kll' K T\ and
4. TIM newest. functional stylinz I ..... .. ........
Karen Lee, and Linda Edward : lnK*l. and the annual' Charter bet ti S. J. hwtllli amid drug al /SuperIteguktr
and beauty you'd' expect only .i iaMuch : Bradford County Hospital' presentation wilt' b* ma<... .Mprrial hero IT* lilll It MfliKKM'Milli :
higher priced desks Urn announce the following" births: Tsar pins wtll.lan bs awarded 38< ...*.I.... stalslr. .. ....11..... HattiMnt 33 C
After spending some Only J .
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eniraa. r.xws w Mr and Mrs. Zoltan Jakab. to UM Bcouts. ore .IItH..tr./ Junior .
with Uwirta UM couple .
of real savinr i
And She satisfaction PanelaRoee. &
A R NAY .left on a short trip to points Starke. a daughter I
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office or
sT yours' opening m /*- Feb 24.
In Florida after" which they I FREE FREE CASH POT TICKETS
FREE
oe. ..* Townsend -
B-. oldeoealre SIGNORE| wl3: make their home In HoyklnsvlOr. Mr. and Mrs. Merdll !
p SH.tot JOUI'I Strick......... Marks, a son. rot-XT fee the I
s 101M fA. Ky. The bride chose Ira Feb. :27. THE Bioirr Win. !Stark of Motirv al ryh. Drug Store. U:.!0 m l CASH drawing" every Saturday night. You
Andreu. te. and
write. C';
wool ** e
soft way y
for traveling a gray Mr and Mrs. Alien. Isaac eel. .. faverlU' rdTfll' ran ,le it winner \\'in Korh'i* ('ii.h l'..l. Nit. pu//lnt' to l Mtlve.. No stamp to lick .
dress rani-nL. with a green yew
Bradford County Telegraph tinban, and black calf bag and I Miller Keystone. HelgMs. a I .IIUJOIt re.ataks r... TELL: Nothing" l In ..writ.. .No plus tl) .lx :Sit' i>"Mijntl' ( !
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Macclenny Edges Lake City 63-60 :. hind Bradford both High Lake in the City coaches and # .t Santa Fe Gets 6,500; Cases P lice Raises that merchants purchase an selling additional firearms I The sld or ing council either has enlarging. been con-the

I i nulnKfl bcfoi,' the tournament. J JI Of Poisoning I license cotfUng $10.25. PierceI shop or getting. out of thei

D..sldt'8 POI.tertlcld'a game I : I said he cannot justify the extra i repair business. A conunltt

To Take Group- 4, Class A Title Bennett ttilna. / and 32 Joey points.Dobson Randall had 2 More Miles During 1964: Asked By Chief < license already fee purchase when merchants one- ,i,I of son Orle and Wiggins Seeber! Goodman Ewell Law-was


1 1I 10 each for! the Wildcats. Terry i occupational/ license. j' appointed to look further In-

Apparently surprising evel'Yone i Uic finals. Led by an all- Keynolrh had 7, and Lee r rContinued From Page One] I The State Boa.rd of' Health (COntinued From Page One) :i Heard ul! report from City I'I to the project.
but themselves th} Wild! but-ln vincible FortcrfltMd. who llarrcll 4. Moody had 22 for
donation
annual
I notified that the School Board announces that 6,500 cases of least that much to keep an Surveyor Merrill McMillan | Approved an -
cats of Baker County High scored 31 against Lake uruard Ed
points City senior
was planning to n.ilc (or 100 poisoning were reported In I officer In a clean uniform. that a drainage ntch: across of $Ua to promote Bradford -
led by guard Steve Portere1ds Starke Friday night, and: 32: Moore 13. Steve Chamberlin
1 per cent of the county's racing | Florida during 1964. an In- I Patrolmen on the city police | the property of Abs Bessent County's Strawberry
63 points In the two against Like City Saturday, 10. Richard Snydar 7. and Lee [ Ruby
force In Besoent Manor. requested Councilman
funds. ciease of over 1,500 over the I presently make: $70 per as ueen.
games, edged out Lake City the Wildcats clearly proved Alexander Mickey Clements, ed 1....K. Whitehead, would Johns said she and Utilities
| Lex Oreen asked for hard- previous year. i week but a man with two dependents -
63-60 in the final minutes they came tn play basketball. Mike Murphy and Dale I
i surfacing of Dr. George A. McCoy director takes home only not aleTta the problem. Me- | Superintendent Davis are
a graded road by !
Saturday night to take the Porterflcld son of Wildcat Hewctt; :2 I each. '
| the New River Baptist Chutch. of the board's Accident I 5821. Rosser points out. A Millan said present ditches! working on an exhibit for this
Oroup IV Class A tltb. coach Russell Porterfleld In tha Friday
cage : opening
game I i| but Commissioner Johns said, j Presentation' Program, said corporal makes $72.50 per could bo cleaned out. however. I! spring's County Fair
It wns nip and tuck all the scored 14 of Baker's 17 pointsin I night. Laka City completely I I'
"Wa appreciate :your Interest, more than 2,100 persons were I week a sergeant $75, the assistant McMillan also told th '
in the the second period a/alnst dominated Live Oak winning
championship
way < I but we dent want to fool you. i hospitalized! and that while chief $85 and the council f that property restrictions -
contest between the Wildcats Lake! City and:! 10 of the Wildcn.ts' 64-49 after taking a 15-10
.I .a_. __ We Just don't have the mon final figures are not in for chief 10250. till! allow the proposed;; j I Plastic Notebook $2.20 at the
14
fourth period points. first edl to relinquish : -
and the Tigers, but Port -r- period I I : ey. Maybe next year." 1964. there were 128 deaths Protest Fuel" Tax alley behind Stump's Dept TELEGn\Pit.
When the Wildcats take
field gave Baker the lead! did the lead. Moore; was I
CHUCK STEVENSON MertieNVwmans of the In 1963.' A protest of the council's Store ;, and the old Worth
midway the fourth ]period their lead In the fourth period high for the Tigers with 21
Hellbronn section I White females led othergroup' support of proposed! Iegtsation Building on Call Street to be
was prom ,
with driving lay-up to maks or the championship contest points whllo Moody had 19. .
a : Auto Racing iscd that the board would last! year with 3.158 to place a 10 par cent only {1.5 feet wide. The city !:
it 53-52. held on Porterfleld's lay-up Richard Townsend had 18 for
Macclenny a' grade of which morethan 1- utility tax on local fuel oil had wanted a 12 foot "wide. OStde666
a road to his home "us cases I .
one point 17-18 edge as the! they increased: It to 58-52 before Live Oak and Cordy Blspham Veteran Will I 7tno
500 under 10 of dealers was voiced
," soon a.s it dries off. New were years by dealers easenwnt.:
first period ended but It th staggered: Tigers 13. .
was
:34-34 at halftlme and 49-49 I could. recover. Porterfleldaddid Baker scored just three fewer Speak At BHS mans said the road hadn't I ago. White males accounted I, Jerome Johns and Freeman Heard a report from Street i;
been graded in about 13 years. for O'ver' 2.400 casse! of which Register. Johns told the council I Superintendent S. R. Hicks
going; into the final eight a charity shot. one of points, 22 In the first period
minutes. 18 for the night. to make it 1 In th3 second game as the Chuck Stevenson of Newport Clarence Cooper of Edwards!: 1.810 were under 10. ChrUdren that local fuel oil (keroeene and Utilities Director Oacaxlan :
Beach Calif a veteran of 10-19 were Involved In 517 ) dealers "do not have 16 '
I 54-52. Baskets by Randall Tornadoes of Bradford: Hinrt Loop asked that the county ,. a I I mvl.tthat extension by
The Wildcats had soundly IS years of automobile racing poisonings of which nearly captive audience like the .
Bennett and Tony Reynolds did the entire first half. Thf unstop one drainage! ditch and city. 40 flet be added to the city
trounced Bradford Hlph for then Increased the lend to Wildcats ran over the Red and an eight-time competitorat prevent B. C. Holtzendorf Jr. 400 were In the 15-19 ag3 nor should they be considered I: gaul. at a. cost of $1,800.

the second time this year, 74- I 53-52 with Just four minute! trnm, lending 22-12 in the: the Indianapolis Motor from stopping up another. He group and which were due to utilities In the same sense aal I'

59. and Lake City had downed remaining.; first period. 38-25 at the half Speedway will speak to the said the- ditches were dug/ by internal medications taken In the city's natural gas system

Live Oak 64-49 in preliminary -j I Lake City's Mark Moody 53-38 going into the final students! of Bradford High the county and state, and originally tentionally. Adults over 20 accounted Florida Power & Light, or the
per'I'I School March 22 at 10:20 i local telephone! Take The DrudgeryOut
am. drained into for 1,983 poisonings \ company
contents> gainCLOSEOUT I who with 22 points was high iod and finally won It
Stevenson is one of a tam Creek Alllaatol'j of which more than 1.400 were I He also told the ('ouncUthat
:.I.d,3;; man for the Tigers, buckteda : The Tornadoes finally came -
,_ 1ft I I lay-up: for the Tigers but to life In the fourth period to of eight drivers who have presented The board granted due to Internal medications according a 1949 Supreme -
the award winning by the Htarke-Bi-artford taken intentionally. Court ruling fuel oil
County -
Porterfleld came right back score 21 points but It was far of Income Tax Time
i with one of his own to makeIt too late It was the only quarter Champion Highway Safety Chamber of Commerce for Children under 5 accounted dealers are not utilities

: 60-54. From that point on however, that the Torna- Program to more than eight I $150 to be used for transportation for 3.ROO of the 4.000 cases The council, on a moHin! hvEw 1
It I million teenagers in the pant for National Strawberry reported among children Under n Lawson swanked: by !
was Poitorfbld versus does showed life with
,, any
PENCILS Baker High as the little guard I sophomoies Bobby White and 10 ycurn. I Queen Jane .Adams and I 10 years of age of both Seeber Goodman voted 3-2 ; adds

almost single handedly: kept Joey Reese Juniors Donald His subject "Highway Safety chaperone Washington, DC | races. Among white children. against a reconsideration of

FIRST GRADE I the ball from the Tiers with Falcon and Dreg Reddish, and It No Accident," Is one of I,. Bradford County faravrs dOnate -' those 2 years of age led 1 other their present policy of supporting '* subtracts
and Interestto 1 700 age groups while among: non- legislation/ for the tax
his ball handling\ and dribbling senior Oene Pass In the game. great Importance < pints of Sunflavor I ,;
One of oldest manu vttzardy.: Baker's Porterfleld had 31 >teenagers who are taking I strawberries to be presented to white children those 1 year of Chairman Carl Hurst: broke multiplies
driver education or who lire Congressmen/ and other officials age led. Tho majority of poisonings the tie because he said the ,
facturers in the lIe drew three more fouls In points and Joey Dobson 16.
the highways In were due to swallowing council had previously discussed -
already using public Washington sometime
liusinesH. the last minute and a half Reddish with 12 points and
according to (Guidance this month.< aspirin other Internal medIcation the matter and decidedto !
and Falcon with 10 the
bucketed three free were only FIRST TIME EVER-
Counselor Delia Rosenberg, Ernest Trlest of Therein cleansing and polishing support the legislation
6c each throw.s to brln.T. his total to players In double figures for
who arranged: the speaking/ requested the Board to agents insecticides and In other action the council:
the Tornadoes Warren
32 points nnd ulve the Wildcats and Jeff -
70c doz. cnKOffement. Stevenson will chase about seven pur-I petroleum products.. Awarded the city's irasolinebuslntin
n 63-50 lead. Demonstrating had 9. An Electric Machine
smalt basketball right comment on controlled speed I land adjacent to the Dr. McCoy said! accidental to Sinclair Refiningfor I Adding
$4 half injestlon accounted for 4.500 20 06 per gallon for regular -
gr. down to the wire the Wild on the race track as against Community recreation area.,
: and of the total.\ Over 1.9SO were I and 21.06 for ethyl. A low '
cats allowed, the Timers' Mike Most Hunting its opposite on the highway received the strong backIng ,
Bradford and will allow 13-mlnutn of Recreation Chairman' reported as being : bid of 7." cents per pound
CountyTELEGRAPH n :
Murphy to make a lay-up In Closed Feb. 28 I Intl'ntiOnal'1 I was for less than $100SmithCorona
the final seconds:: to prevent color and sound movie made James Blood-worth. There was little accepted from JonesChemical
at Indliimipnlla last May especially Trlest said total cost of the'' from month to month but Company for chlorine ,
fouling him and to gain possession I
of the basketball Hunting of all game birds for his program. land would be $1.225 and ask-1' May and August; led others for the next yearA

and game animals except rabbit Last May the Alfred ed the board for an advance ; with Just over 600 eases each brief dlsrnffflion also erupted
J I ]
'IIM I Brtker High was ranked be- l'I1CCOOIfox, opossum, Slonn, Jr. award was p'l of $R2:) against future recreation month. wh n Councilman Ruby e-1y

and bob cat closed at sunset ril to Champion Spark funds allocated for The- ,, Public health nurses made I Johns moved thnt bHs. be accepted '

Sunday, Feb. 23. Company of Toledo for developing ressa. The Board suggested an over 4,700 home visits as a only from local sour .
I
Only rabbit raccoon fox, and maintaining the I advance of $400 per year of| result of the poisoning I I ces. Fwell Inwson seconded '

opposum bob cat and unprotected projrrnm. The National Safety that amount be made against Dr. McCoy !Mid most of the I I the motion but Councilman i ,
animals. and birds may accidental poisonings could! Seeber Ooodmin spoke up
FLORIDATIIEATRE Council hat recognized/: the their yenily allotment.In | ,I
be taken after the closing day, proHmtntlon three times! with other action the board: ', have born. averted had parents I I' quickly to say "The city hasa '
until the opening of the I, I right to do business with
Its Public Service Award. Appoint a committee of kept medicine, cleansing agents -
spring turkey gobbler hunting Johns Shuford, and Hamilton and the. like out of I anybody; I want to HO on record .

season. March 13-28. south of I to see that the horn. demonstration reach of children: and had all !I as supporting thatpolicy .
State Road 50 and March 27 Sportsmen Given ," ,
office In the agricultural containers of Insecticides been ,, .
-. I to April 11, north of State Chance To Voice building Is repairedand disposed of properly such a* "Hut It looks awfullv funnyIf

Rond 50. A hunting license is I painted before the arrival 'I by burning or burying. an outside bid is low and &

OPENING TIME required! % : to hunt rabbit rac Their Opinions of the newly appointed agent i!, we don't accept It." Mrs. '
coon. fox, opossum and bob Johns replied She withdrewher
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY cnt. Sportsmen will. have an opportunity I Miss Martha Sue McCain. motion, however' when
6:45: 1'. M. to their opInions Approved a motion by Board Eyes :
Unprotected animals and express \ Johns tlvat. two wayside parks ; told that the city miv reject
SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:00: birds which miv be taken! at on hunting and fishing: ",. included. the nnv bid no matter whether It
on county'sll
any time in Florida, include emulations, management programs Is low or hlnh.Arrtell .
nutria, skunk, flying squirrel.I and other matters per- t of primary projects: one Area School CrosbT appea-ed ajr -
Friday Saturday March 5 6 to be located
/ on SR. 100 n-ar
,
wildlife -
English sparrow, crow armadillo taming to conservation "ln to complain that the FIGUREMATIC
Keystone Airport, and the
rats mice bats, moles. at a series of public sldrwalk bY Dowllng's.. Produce
other US
Double Feature Program shrews and buzzards.All [ meetings to be held In the I on 301 near Luwtey (Continued From Page One! Stand on U S 301 U blocked

.........<...... ...'. ............. ......... hawks and owls, and all Northeast Florida& Fresh Re lon Water by I for-Asked a letter Clerk concerning Darby to the re- !I estate trannnctlon had bon at times when produce Is being -
other birds and !animals, including the Game unloaded. Chairman .50
Carl)
: )0, : Economic Opportunity Act to completed" with W. B. .wc1! :,
i1 alligators and crocodiles Fish Commission duting P. J. Novak Chamber of Commerce I for the purchase of a tOO by Hurst told him that the rOun-

: t The m : "e:'% : I I I not listed above as "unprotected March ",according/ Relllonal,1Manl1lJt'r |,' manager. The letter 100 foot lot aitjnlnlng the I rll had given' rmlwlon for S89
.
: I
Brantley
are fully protected produce to be unloaded
school across
bus barn for ".2M The
asked If
Bradford
\ by Federal and state laws.FlorIda's Schedule of meetings! ( Is as County Is the
sidewalk t previous
)A R I I POVl"l'ty-rldden.' property Is being purchased' for : a
i / follows: Marrh 0, Courthouse,
DEg' 9 trapping season bus parking area and possible meeting but asked Councilman ,
closes March 1. PI'I'rylarch; \ 9, Courthouse. I new futilities at the bun bum :' Lawson to check the ,
Cross City; March 10 Court.- matter Pit.. Tas
otv-e again
i GtnintMr HMNMf. t house, aaitwsvllle.) ; March 11. I School Board i Other pending real estate :: Accepted a check trprri
; I transactions the Crews ;; Add 7 ColumnsTotals
Horse Show I 8 to 999,999.99
: fr t4enth l : i. : Set Mayflower Hotel Jackson- property adjacent to the I' CountY Commissioner J.,rbme

: h.'ariolls' ) 6 Brand New Songs : In GainesvilleThis villo: March 12 Courthouse.Lake Starke F.1'm.r1t.\1'Y School and Joints for $7.728 (KJ,9. the
'
.: actlon.packed filml plus your Beatles favorites! : WeekendThe I, begin at City 8 p.All m. meetings wlllj,:! To Ask All I the Beard property adjacent! I an-i rffvs n-ldge, portion Fund otAhe Road SEE IT NOW

0 S ', &" I_A..d,_ _I thni_UNIIW_ _ARTISTS I .. Matters to be* discussed In- j to BUS. have not been com V..... to waive. at the s-ut-

:e ............ ... ... ( .*.:.V. **.... ...,.... ....S. Alnchun County Riding elude increasing the season! (Continued Prom Page One) pleted.In other action the biw.,ixT: T ." MI of city Attnrn-y George Bradford County Telegraph
Horso ASHH. will hold its 23rd bill limit on deer: .
[Pur1<< .
Discussed a a new I eql1lrem 'nt
Plus annual Giilneavilla Horse Show ment of regulations esto.blbh-j Onr-Tlme Expenditures:: : briefly ugEcvtlon
V
starting ThtifHjiiy, Mnrch 11. nial basis rather ; Capital outlay for possible ,' that School Trustees

through Saturday, March 13.
k'it' at the show grounds on %Wal during open seson: and $100,000, worthwhile purpose. No ai>

do Road near" the airport mUting the training of 1)1'1'-1 2. Replaccmrpnt) of old tion was taken, however, nftfrr

Ei Show time begins at 1::3() dons prior to open season building i Lawte y Junior member tl A. Lawson 1I.1d he

p.m. and 7 p.m. on Thursday( without a leash. Ooodson( said I Hlnh.' and old Hrtlbronn I was' "not In favor of putting

and Friday, and! at 10 a.m.. many other matters are on I building At Staj-ke Elementary anyone, out of a Jab."

% II You"n l 'dER 1 p.m.. nnd 7 p.m. on Satur-, the agenda for discussion and I-$190.000. -Granted a two-day leave ,
I I of absence to Mvf H.Ua Ronnberit :
J day. General admission f< reach urges all sportsmen and con- 3. Band Room; physical education ;-J.fr,

're@ Y@UNG'I performance, Is (1 per I dorvutloulsts to attend one or' shower facilities atR.JE$60.000. In ordef'tor her to at- & 2 -

'I person. Children under 12 admitted more of these meetings I ten.I a Himlne A Profenalomtl! :: :
riiThA LYNN! NINA FOCH I II Women's Coofrreice: In (bat.-
IP __ free with nn adult. 4. NecdiMi smaller class loads I

I _.saw...,....$nt.-Fa.n' _> _...:.:...,,"'uuo...,_",'".........._....."_" .._.._,.u.UQI.(. ,g;! I I year As, a the special show attrnrtton in featuring this; $for:\aooo.II. ns. being Intfoarated-I mala later thU month. I rL.N $

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I the Victor Comptometer" Cor- I BBS BY-LINE Science needs Daniel Crawford(

l>orll.tlonSI" Pony Hitch hErb lit t BH3 and RJE--IO- ', Services Held

Sun., Mon., Tues.-March 7, 8, 9 I which will perform at no ilUUorml 000. ,
< rout to the public. 8, Needed matching money
Crawford 2-
Daniel l
Tyr
F ____\ PeJdIltr 4.# Thin feature\ nationally turnout Last Friday was .tlvlty for cunent year (tcapital outlay I son of R. Eilwanl"' and Mary

for its display of skilled tiny at school. Student Oovernmejit ,- 510,000. Lou Oooev Crawford of C5..ln-

driving and .'(}\lesU'lulteam- j met llrst period.! Sec-1 7. Needed construction and ent11L'. died Frldiy. FcSnury!

work. on t period the Bible Club m.t'l J Improvements at bus barn-I 26. following.; a brief lllnenH.lie .
unit" all members were remlnti- $15.000.
was born In (nnlneavl! !*
"!&' cd to turn in their fort Total-$383.000.
money
December :5. 1962.: BesIdes his
John Kopelousos .. I their pins a. loon ai P Grand total $480000.Children's parents, he Is. survived! by one Because It's so easy. sate and convenient:

Receives Award Jp Turn your munity, lit to )lbl.1 I sUter, Penny 1...., Crawford; to bank here by mail-:at any hour. any da/
luilo Third 1
Bradley. period Interact brother. Chris Crnwforrt.
one
At Law School ant, Jr. Ctvltnns met. Group I both of fSntneiivtHe; his paternal from wherever you ere-you don't have to.

4a4i During fourth venal n group j Hears Librarian grandmother. Mrs. Amelia make a special trip to bank hero in person!
: Kopelousos.! son of Mr. I
rredKohlmxluciion John of Marines talked to the ten-1 Crawford of' Lnwtey: Jib maternal : -

and MM.! Oforg Kopelousos lor boys. and Home uf the A discussion" of reading habw I grandparents, DanIel" P. Let the mailman' do that errand in cood

COLOR ovOiLux CINCMA3COT* / of Starke. recently received a classes heM class meetings. Its of cJitltiren. anti step thl\t.. Cooey !Sr' of Onlnenvtlle ant v/Qathcr/ ; or bad.

-- volume of American Jurisprudence iMKt Thursday club pictures 'I might be taken to Improve )I Mrs. fx>ulse Padgett. of Perry.

and a certificate ormt"rlt were taken" by the, annual them. was brouRht to the !I and hU great; grandmother. Write or ask for freeform
I Btaff.StnrKU. Bradford County Children'sCommittee I Mrs. Jade B. Cooey of \Vlndor. us

Wednesday, Thursday- March 10, 11 for making the highest j played in the district \ Monday by Mrs. I ,. F1'' banlcnJ-by.mc.l1: ; da"FLORIDA/!
(trades In his Conflict, \ of Laws |
tournament\ <1IIY night, and Judy Plllans. Children's LIbrarian Services. were from the
class at Howard College'sCumberland I
i wits beaten by a nre.l-up M.ic- for the. Santa Fe LIbrary Methodist Church\ at Windsor
He loved as I if his life depended it..and
on it did! School of Law. j
tenm. In fact.
I denny the Mao: Region with !Sunday.' Feb. 2*. with Rev

M 6-M pmntt t'_ The award was presented by |I rUnny Tigers> went oil to beat "dQunr-1 \\altar Draper end Elder
UTS In Gainesville.Mrs. j
JANE1 AMIN I low the Law 'pr'a Co-operative Luke City and win the district i; ( Louie H. Crawford' officiating
.
Plllans the
emphasized
Publishing Co. In Its recognition -I title. lake City beat Live Burial followed in t the family
FONDA DEIDN I ALBRIGHT Oak In their first importance of a frlrndly. ,
I of the" outstanding: scho- ; gtimo. i plot In the Santa! F* Cemetery -
liaseball. track, and golf helpful attitude toward the : nenr' Starke wnter direction -

laitlc efforts of Cumberland step into the sports picturenow library needs of children: In of DWitt C. .J<)II.-.* F .mcrat '

students In various lav classesI that basketball! U over. I order Ct) make them become Home of Stark : y : B LflTThJOne )( ; : ')

during the past semester. | The thre* sports are coming I .
more Interested" in books. -
A graduate of Bradford along well. > (
I Children mho read books are THy: RIOHT "'rvi f-. %..
County Hlith School Kope Saturday night\ the tenth j I I of 31 Bnnks' of the Florida National Group
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usually the' who make :
louses Li a senior law student /grade *pon or vl !a> dance In ones _.. ...."..
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FRANSCOPE and a member of Phi Alpha.. the armory The Ja>les of Lake the' best students In school rlrrtnK4M veer Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.I
_____ >K Fountain J>e.1L TFIJOR > .
Delta legal fraternity. City supplied the miulci she said .\ril.

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: SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOHAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 4. 1965
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Mrs. ShanbargerFinal New 'Enemies' strongest stimulant to common a proper drug store sale." reporter.
Car Crashes
:. tranquilizers, 'both pro- The U.S. Food and Drug NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Greater Allen Chapel AME!:

RitesIn Ars DevelopedFor hibited for sale except by Administration told House in- Church

PennsylvaniaMrs. Roaches Into Bridge prescription from a doctor, vestigators that drug abuses CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Services will be held Sunday

have been sold through the of these non-narcotics used beginning with Sunday Schoolat

Marybele: Shanbarger, Cockroaches better watch Apparently after falling a- mall In quantities running as on a du-it-yojrself basis have I 10 with Miss Fannie Bell

12, of Starlie, died Wednesday. sleep at the wheel, a Negro high us 100,000 capsulei. contributed to rising v highway NOTICE! Division Unit No. 314 will F.azler In charge. Love FJast

Fab. 24, in a local hospital after out.They have some powerful school teacher, from' Largo, "Black market profitS on accidents, juvenile delinquency Dell chapter No. 168 will hold their regular monthly service will be held at 11 Holy I

an extended tllncs.i. Mrs. enemies- malathlon, diazlnon, Fla. crashed her 1964 Falcon these drugs are astounding," violent and bizarre crimes meet Thursday night. March I'' meeting Sunday March 7, at Communion service will be Chancy

Shanbarger was born in Sun- and ronnel (Korlan). Into a bridge guard rail 7.9 Rogers stated. "Some drugs and .nulcides. 4. at 8 p. m. In the Masonic 1 p. m. At this time. the post held at 9 p. m. with Rev. L.

myburn, Pa. on Aug. 7, 1892 Assistant entomologist John miles west of Staike on SR-18 costing $1.00 per thousand at "The testimony Is ahookIngr. Hall on Brownlee Street. All will complete plans for our A. Samspon: In charge. All E.
Saturday.The ." Rogers said. "Estimates asked to be annual Banquet to be held members and friends are Invited
and had lived In Starke for Strayer Florida Agricultural wholesale can be sold with members are present
driven by Helen to the Committee show Sister 10 at RJE School.All to attend these services.All .
time. High
April
given and
the past seven years. She was Extension Service, says manyof car out prescription for as much I on Johns
a. member of the Pine Grove the more common insecticides Harris McDowell, 64, was goIng I that some. 9 billion pills! of Helen Smith. W. M. Rev. Damon members are asked to Junior church membersare
Presbyterian Church of Sun- -- DDT chlordane lln- 65-70 mph; according to as $30 to $50 per thousand I this type are made each year Dell W. P. please attend and be on time. asked to meet each Mon.

jiyburn. dane and dleldrln are no FHP Trooper L. N. Fowler, while they would normally for medical purposes, but approxImately AUXILIARY NEWS -Mrs. C. !McNeil president. day evening at 5 for meeting about this question:

Surviving: are her husband, longer effectve against many when It rounded a sharp left bring about 25c per capsule in half of them full I The American Legion Auxiliary CHURCH NEWS and rehearsal.

Melvin Shanbarger of Starke; of the roaches. Some of these, tuin and Approached the into black market trade." of the Robinson Jenkins Pleasant Orove Methodist GIRL SCOUTS "A father failed to noteon

one daughter Mrs. Pearl Wilson especially the German cock bridge. Leaving tire marks for I II I Church. Olrl Scout meeting will be his auto insurance: application -
150 feet the Falcon swerved will Sunday held each Monday at 3 p. m.
Pa. one son, resistance Services begin that he had
Newport ; roach have developed a a
I cUts transferred there. I am and each Friday morning at
sharply to the right and with Church School at 10 a.
John Shanbarger, Starke; two to these chemicals. driver under age 25 in his
to .
verdict
the
see Room 22.
and awaiting 7:30: at RJE.
rail
struck the guard in
Ethel Druclc of m. with Leo DeSue charge.
Mrs. roaches
sisters, To control apply household Ills 19-year-
much credit I have
with its front end. I how more ,
Pa., and Mrs. In 2 posts Morning service' at 11; EvenIng '
East Prospect, malathion or ronnel a old son later demolishedthe
In order to
IL to have get my
the
It then traveled through Due to
service at 7 p. m.
of Paris
,
Jeanette Delone per cent spray or paint to the air, over an embankment, for license renewed. I may go to weather the Fish Fry scheduled SEPTIC TANK AND family car.: Did the

France. heldat Infested areas. A 0.5 per cent 64 feet before hitting the Indiana: Central instead of for Feb. 26 was postponed DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION: court: void the insurance:
Funeral services were dlazinon Is good for resistant -
Feb. 28, spray ground. then 41 more feet into I goingto the Holy Land In until March 5. This affair policy: because of the misstatement -
2:30: p.m. Sunday, roaches. Spot treatment
a drainage ditch. coming; June. Life take on strange Is sponsored;; by the Yout'.i: Hack Hoe Work in the application -
In the Pine Grove Presbyterian may also be made with 'yj.ura BurqessMoftrjn changes. No word: from the
left side. "
to rest on Its for the ?
to raise
club money
Church, Sunnyburn Pa. malathion In a 3 per cent con- .J" I Veterans Hospital so I called Pump Out ServiceFill
The Negro woman Id
and will be hi
Interment followed In the family centration. Apply this with a J -i Spring Rally, Dirt and Top Soil
from'J them and am on the waitinglist.
treated and released: \, at Pleasant Orovs.! Admission Charley E. JohnaAgency)
plot In Pine Grove Cemetery brush or spray into places .
DeWitt C. Jones Fun where the roaches hide. Bradford County HOlplta'She ? Wherein I dream of days I I get! this written and mailed Gabby Is fine and I do not P.- e. With the support of the BRADFORD SEI"ICTANK
failureto COMPANY
was charged with by I think of the Statue Last week there well members and friends it will
eral Home was in charge of An excellent spray for the vehlcla"" gone ; -I was a have an ache or pain.
have the under of Liberty In New Yosk drilled for house. Phone 969-2311 131: S. Walnut St.
being
local arrangements. control of all kinds of roachesis a new God bless you every one be a success. Rev. Clarence

one that contains diazlnon control. Harbor and what I It stands The young fellow was a Korean LOVE, LURA Steger. pastor, Joan Tyson.PREll ., j jI PhONE 961-0201
for. War Veteran. a wonderful -
malathion in combinationwith
Plastic Notebook $2.20: at the or chlordane or dieldrin. A 'Goof Balls'Serious Give me your tired, your, young man with a family.He I

TELEGRAPH. spray of this type can be made Threat poor. worked hard alone to get a

by adding 1 tablespoon of 29 Your huddled masses ;yearning well. First he went down 65

per cent diazlnon emulslflnble In Florida to( breathe free; feed and struck a big boulder : ij

liquid to a quart of 'the ready The wretched refuse of your and could not drill through w g
Congressman Paul Rogersof it. he
prepared chlordane or dieldrlnhouiMiold teeming shore So moved over and
AUTO LAFF Florida's 8th District says Send these to me the home drilled 217 feet and got a nice
spray All of the be' addiction to illegally sold less tempesttossed.I well. He said water was 20 Words or less, one time .85 Memorial. Resolutions. _____ So per wd

chemicals at mentioned local can feedor drugs called "bennies, redbirds lift my lamp beside the I standing in the shaft 165 ft. If not paid In advance-__ 1.23 (lard... of Thank. up to SO word,,-_ 2.50
purchased garden,
hardware stores. and goof balls" pose golden door. So Mr. Thornburgr' will havea Keyed or Blind Ad._______ _ 1.25 Over CO words T.n .,. So pee weed

Always read the label care- rising health and social prob- -Emma Lazarus good well with lots of freshwater :: Each additional word over 20. .03 DIsplay ads In ClafUfe4... ] ___1.50 per task
lems throughout Florida and The above poem Is engraved I have my own well
fully on any Insecticide Immediately
the nation. on the base of the Statue of here and the water Li good. I
before and '
using
"There has been a recent Liberty. It Is touching and have an electric pump that Expert Recapping I MATTRESS .
follow all precautions on the FOR SALK HASTINGS
and alarming Increase in illegal meaningful. Our nation Is every time you turn a faucet By Glens 1 Ready mix concrete
label. Remember careful hand coner.-te. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
1 ling and storage of the insecticide traffic of certain sedativeand made up of all races religions the pump begin! pumping.It (Pee Wee) Crew | block house piers, sand cement 71t Lemon St. Fttlstka

Is an Important. in stimulant drugs," Rogers and beliefs, which under Is sort of a miracle to me Mao Full LIne of mortar mix. rock steel,
part flenatred.I
t said. "Termed barbiturate and one government live hap how-It works. Furniture .
NEW TIRES TRUCK- yster? shell "merock. roof
t good roach control. ed The aa-tfledal
amphetamine drugs respect- pily. There are trouble makers I So my days pass and I feel TRACTOR __ AH SIZES! IF YOUR NAME IS I travel lintels. BRADFORDi I Upholstered &: Refintehe4

I ively these capsules are not from other nations who cause so thankful for my home and Pennsylvania! 4 Dunlap FOUND AMONG\ THE i ENOR. CO. Phone 964-2321. :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

War Orphans classified as narcotics by the strikes and promote different every blessing. I am used to HARDY BROTHERS CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL I Starke. tt.h"I Innerspring

1 Food and Drug Administrationyet riots against us, but we are a living alone now and find the and Box SpringsDrop
Education SALVAGE YARD
Ws TART A CLUtVJ ActLiberalized AT TilE TELEGRAPH
Boy can be Just as Injuriousand Christian nation and will forgive quiet peaceful srttlng of I
my v... 301-NortkINMI7RANCH OFFICE FOR A FUR PEYTON FLORIST Ui A Card or Call I
I habltformlng as the most and carry on despite home refreshing now and I TICKET TO TIlE FLORIDA I 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. PALATKA KA: 5-9104 t
vicious dose of heroin or mor- these Interruptions. am thankful I have ell I need
Watch It, big boy! Let un THKATRK.: I PHONE 964-4I3S MRS. PEGGY ftllALLEK t
ohiH'k your brake. for safe M. T. Dixon of the Florida phine." i It would be well If we could and enjoy my reading /writing AT REDUCED RATES; I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-191J 209 E. Adklns St.

Department of Veterans Affairs Congressman Rogers Is a all see that statue as I saw and studying. AUTO. FIRE. BOAT BE SURE TO SEE World I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Rtark. Agent /

announces ,that the War member of the House Inter- I It In th eearly morning as I Here i Is an easy pIe, BANANA DOYLE: E. CONNER Book before buying! any other I We Wire Flowers Anywhere 1

ty'sPRESCOTT Orphans Educational, Assistance state and Foreign Commerce sailed Into New York Harbor.It PIE filling uncooked. INSURANCE AGENCY Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne, tfchq \

Act has been .1Ib ralized Committee which has Just was a.. pale green In the I Bake a nine Inch pie crust or tfrhlf your local representative since BOBBY BtOO6 AUTO

for determining eligibility. concluded hearings, on black golden morning sun and an make one of graham crackers. 1936. P. O. Box 603, Phone I BODY REPAIRS t''

Shell l Service Regulations have J just been market traffic In barbiturateand Inspiring sight FILL1NO I,. cup of Crisco or Insurance Problems? 9B4-3794 tfch REGISTER NOW FOR AUTO PAINTINO

amended to liberalize the criteria amphetamine drugs. As We have had a lovely sun- other vegetable shortening. ADULT EVENING CLASSES FREE: ESTIMATES: <<

210 S. TEIPLJoVE.! : for determining eligibility Florida's member on the Committee ny week not too cold and the 1% cups powdered sugar 1 Call The Man From R. M\ KERSEY .Basic and high school refresher 411 8. Walnut St. Starke. Fla.Ueh .

for War Orphans Educa. Rogers contacted the snow i Is all Rone. I have order teaspoon vanilla. Beat this together C S Keystone"George FURNISHED APARTMENTS; courses. Individualized III I
tional assistance baaed disability ed garden seeds and planto in a mixer. Then add 1 instruction. Start at any time
on Florida State Board of Health'sBureau [ my I Light and water. Phone 964-
or death', sustained by of Narcotics ofllces\ in enlarge my garden this raw egg, beat well add 1 more E. LaRue 3671 or 964-7271, Mrs. Bull- 1200 per course of 18 weeks I FOR SALE.-.4 Br. S full bath>
ADULT students
the veteran induction so I can plant some Irish raw egg and beat until light Keystone Height I applyto
during an Jacksonville and Miami for year liwton tfchst i CB home; panelled< den 2 car
I az CH1I55A5J4CT? 1Io41105 I II period. facts concerning the scope of' potatoes. I have ordered 100 and fluffy. Add 2 diced ba- Principals ortlce RJE carport; laundry room; chab.

I =-- -- II I The former procedure required the problem In Florida., Rogers potato eyes..I have good luck nanas, stir together and pour Consultant For All Your Hot E. Call Street'! I i High School. White Adult students -. '1 link fenced back yard; partlal- lI

iThi denial of somt claims also received Informationfrom with them. in'o baked pie shell and chill. Insurance Needi.Representing Three bedroom and two tile I apply to the Adult Education Iy air conditioned. Attractive I f3

; j j5 submitted by beneficiaries of the Health[ Departmentsof This morning m usual on Top with chopped nuts. bath home, large living room Office SE Wing USO i 1 price. Call 376-0938. GaIn.fl 1
Building rear 1 to 4 m.
? deceased veterans such as ac. Palm Beach and Broward Saturday I: do my Ironing HELPFUL HINTS" : Tissues Great American In.... Co. with kitchen and dining Utility : dally or "write to Adult Education p. villa. tfcht i
cidental death which occurred Counties. and run the sweeper and mop separating stamp! In a book This, Traveler Inn. Cu. screen porch and patio.
Drawer 100 Starke Business J

while the veteran was In travel "Last year the Bureau of the kitchen. I am so happy make good cleaners! for tha Central heat and attic fan .
foreign languages and j
status under orders. Narcotics processed 37 cases my cleaning Is not difficult eye glasses. Try a screen Tel 473-4692 Day Exclusive residential section OLD FASHION BEDROOM -

Liberalized criteria involving stimulant or depressant with just Gabby and me at spring to hold the lid on the 473-4325' << Nltes high and dry corner lot with : trnmlf courses avMlahle tfchaUSLD i. suite. Dresser vanity. rI

es that travel or 'the recognlz-j drugs In Dado County home. I had lots of cleaning garbage: pail. Fasten one en1: Auto Fire Home Business. paved streets. Price and terms I MAChINE HALE I dresser' ..wardrobe box spring \ <<

ance of routine alone, with 125 canes throughout out In Nebraska In tile big to the handle on a side run Monthly! Payment Plan reasonable. A. J. Thomas, !Sinter Portable 9.93 I'p 1 I and mattress $83. Double

world ties: may be th causative. fac- the State. Many of these Mortuary.I through the handle: on the Realtor Tel BA4-S701. tfrhe I II SINGER! COMPANY 402 N. :, sinks from $S i5 to .14 1 50.

tor In circumstances resultingIn Involved young people who have so many nice letters top, and fasten to the other I I Marlon St. Lake City. Fla Refrigerator (23 to 130 Fen- t
FOR SALE!: Good 'business FOR SALE-",'Ith no closina
nells Bargain ( formerly
Center
death. seem to have no problem obtaining from Clay Hill, and delighted I side I found this a good trick 733-4081: tfchg t
and residential In
properties cost. Cozy little home. All
Fair's I
"
will be that Johns So my days pass. I havebeen ] Hp
newsIn Eligibility established barbulturates and amphetamines Floyd Is a DeaconIn t
Starke. Improved and unim Conveniences Now Is your FOR nENT-BI\CloW 2 bedroom I
I )
when disability or death of which the church. He married my asked to substitute In thy
,
some W.M MOODY
proved. H. V Knight P. O. chance to own your home. W. unfurnished duplex. Also (
meets requirements for ser convulsions If beautiful elrl.: Louise public schools here next winter -
can produce us-
Drawer P, City. tfcaa H Nnllman tfcha .
furnished Nlc
vice-connection and the disease ed Improperly," the Florida son and they have I am trying to get my apartments FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur-
or Injury was Incurredor Congressman said. boys. that must be WlIkln-1, teaching license renewed and C. II luNCH National Manufacturing I location Reasonable W. 11Nollman. nlihed house on Klngsley/ t''

aggravated by the perfor- Rogers then noted that one good size now. It was i have written to Indiana Central FOR SALE Fill soil, Chemical Co. has openings for Starke Florida. I II pt Lake. Connecting' garage pier J1

fCUS mance of assigned duties whileIn of Florida's largest hospitals/ read that the children hid, a I College! In Indianapolis. I tractor work.- dirt rnd top used I 2 route sales personnel and I I tfchaI and boat house. Available Feb. "
n*
duty status.Accidental Jackson Memorial" Hospital In Valentine Party at Clay Hill I I went there one winter, and building supplies W. T. Jackson 1 territory manager\ Guaranteed -I COMPIXa'E: BEDROOMI : 15 to June 1. Phone 964-4201. t

death or disability Miami, reported 119 suicides School. I enjoy Shirley's Clay have had all my college ere12Wides. Building MaterieJ' an* Ifachlnory -: salary. plus commission. I SUITE bookcase bed. dresser ttchC ; c

while traveling between or accidental deaths resulting 11111 News My dream of got- Also have opening for full or I i chest, box springs and I II -
0--------I I I Supply. Phone M440O1. -I TOMATO PLANTS Fruit
TN CtvMlon Selene Monitor duty status under orders will from barbiturates or amphe- ting the Clay 11111 Communitya I tfcht )port tlm men or women. I mattress .TJ 00. 2 piece Living trees Shrub, Camellia. Aaalea

CIne Noway St..Boston,Ma&01115 meet the requirements, Dixon tamines in 1964. paper and the news h
says. Illegal trade In such drugs come true. That ((5 thanks to FOR RENT: Furnished 4 I E. Brown. p. O. Box 11, East new mattress. 11830. 1 Baby Eunice Nursery 2 ml. North
H.OBS nHr. tar UNertrttal to the Dixon all widows and th- Editor and everyone I Lake. Weir! Fla tfch '"
urges results from Inadequate con- j room and bath apartment. 128 I t 1 bed """Ith used mattress! 112 SO of Lswtsv on :aot 4tp 2 2S ':
Monitor far tile checked be- I
period Tomorrow
guardians of minor children, Is Sundny. I will I S. Water St. Phone 969-1183 Reupholstered Bahama bed
f... I'T IdI.S T CUXFundelO .. trols In the laws regulating teach mv Sunday School Classof I FOR SA.LE-1981 Falrlane 8
lEAVING
previously denied by the VA, Custom MadeFor tfch< 1 WAR $ a HNnthi ||2Ctty to check with their Veteran ale of such drugs, as well as Sr. High boys and girls. I Florida Living I Cheap Good' condition.: Phone (formerly Fa rI"ll' I I Itch Sacrificing: lake
County Service Officer for the Inability of law enforce usually have 21 or 22 pitsentI I CLOSE-OUT First grade pencils 473-44 2tp 34 I home: clone-In: Keystone

nl..... .4 possible! eligibility under the ment agencies to obtain evidence I love teaching and these are : (Cet; More I 6c each: 70c do*.: $4 i iI BI'H.n A HOME I I Z W HAMILTON: I Heights Many seems !bath*.

Qrne _ _ _ new liberalization criteria. In violations. Rogers '' my beautiful boys and Rlrl.i I I I YOU For Your $ $ $ I half urojw. Bradford County OR PARK A TRAILERNO. FOR RENT Furnished' apartment plenty of closets large yard

Str..t_ _ _ said law enforcement authorities will play th, organ before : Tflfgraph! tf. :' 223 and small furnished with oaks paints mstnoUa.dovwood .. ,

have done a good job in Sunday school and be so very No Salaried or Com I Bl'SINCSS; OPPORTUNITY:' 30 acrn--18.000. Lots of room house all at 321 N Temple I t. wild plum. wIsteria .
THE RIGUT POINT fur the working with the laws, at happy. I '
Tunt-nut.
holly .
missioned Employees 'FOR SALE OR TRADEGrocery for roaming on this tract. Located Av.. Phone H -29111 tfcha evergreen.and
.*Gt,. ZIP ..... way you write. Come In and hand, but that these. laws This week! I have walked Meats & Produce. I on paved highway near I II ',I many more tree. and
_led your favorite ESTER- need strengthening. In some every day. I always walk two DAD & BRA LARSEN;; I I town., Septic tank already In. WANTED -Man to work on 1 shrubs Good sound fr.me
HM l Oood business Price 110.000.
BROOK fountain pen. TE1BGRAPII. eases drugs ranging from the miles and some days I walk I I LIKE: TO WORK I Doing over ts.000 monthly. Partly fenced with well and hrm. Orey' hound raising and equipped' for comfortable:
3"4" miles. I to I wild birds. Steady work. Must Uvtnt
plan walk after Will swap for farm. Phone electric pump for water, Pine I year-anound walking
YOU Benefit! I Jacksonville '733-6938 and cypress' fees. Only 6000. be able to drive' tractor. distance to school and town.on rl

I 2tchg :14 I' NO. 243 House, lights water wood paved street slow cone. no

97 acreS Packed with possibilities. i and gas furnished Moderate "Our loan Is your gain I f. a:
'Yet, I am old enough TAKE ITQUC All Size on Display 200 ACRES TIMBER: LANDLess $39.300. Located on U :I salary .J. ?M Edwards phone Phone 473-2413 ((9 a. m. -S p. bt

FROM SMITH-CORONA'S 8-10-12 Widest than a half mile of I 964-3531:! tfcrtel I II ml Itfhr. m
I S. )Hlway 301 with 1.320 ft. I
Sor REALLY GOODtypewriter
a GAIAXI E8 II 1I' Baths I
I
/i SUrke. 3363 feet PAved road lotUII'I
frontage Pine and : ,
BROWN cypesatimber '
FOX
and FOR RENT-Two bedroom apartment PANIC"' SAlEat: The Mar-
!'* Expandable frontage, several thousand 20 acres tillable. Good II
: nicely furnished.: Place Antiques, etcetera
"Typing ,!(s' a valuable! basic skill that dollars worth of timber Ideal 7-room bungalow Sturdy 3- : fuel oil and gas heat See Mrs Furniture POOR -
anyone carj) Icam.: And it gives personalsatisfaction for timber and live stork'I story barn 30 x 30. House U1 '
THE TYPEWRITER WITH: New and Used .J. W Klncald. 409( N Walnut thats anaU? Take a drive' and
and farming' PMce: $125 00 per
enjoyment. Smith. set back from traffic noise
Rt Phono !0X9-14 tfcru talk trade on any Urge pieceof
SPEED, STYLE AND SPIRIT Corona's famousORONA'II $-Yr. f financing available! acre. So<* me for a quirk sale Good Terms.STROIT. |, furniture ..'natural-
A. J. THOMVS.! REALTOR HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bed w.
REALTY -
Touch "
by SMITH C Typing bat"Swoppers", Income tax
-:.. Course is Trie. 8A4-5TOI 2117 N. Tempi Are. room. 2 baths. AnUablf"Mar..h
? We have
yours, Use Our flentuiI'urchase jitters a complete ;
It's the fastest non-electric typewriter there ..;:' with the purchase of I'lan :NEEDED' AT ONCE [U.. S. 3811Ph. ) I I ran M1-J121: ltfh I horns-office steel unit to lock
is built for heavy dUly performance -Payments ..... !t4t-34"1! h.
Smith-Corona
any FULL or PART-TIME FOR SALE-1958 one owner. papers In and meddler out!
and breezy traven ng..lt has a special key Under $;))0 Per Month\
action that makes typing easier; an exclusive portable $3.95AUAHANTCCi .I Ilauveftlves, and mothers need)I MALE HELP WANTED' -MenIn 4 donr. V-8 automatic trans The scenic drive U worth your

jeweled escapement a removable col- I'd in sales. No experience good health Minimum edI' mission. Chevy f693 Also, time: Open every day but

ortd platen a top deck that glides away, needed to start. We train.': ucatlon 9th trade aie 21 to I boat and trailer (163 M R. Monday Hwy 21. south of

handy Page a.geT" and inexpensive: NOWMobile Write Avon :Mzr Mrs Oulda''I 60. Contact the Personnel Department j .Judd. 127 Lafayette phone K_ton- H"l_h'._ItchcWAITRESS

't Changeable Type '. Beautiful new colors, aN_ .. Sweat' P. O. Box 340 Live I at Sunlanj Training X4-80M 4trh 335 .
(even (old), and many smart t styles I WANTED Exprteneed :
type ... O k
: :'OITS Center- P. O. Box 1150.
... .
GeM. Apply In
0. at
_.__. to choose from. All steel vinyl-clad carry _II"J, Home SitesAVAILMILE FOR RENT 2 bedroom person
== n"lnl'nll1l'. Flortrta gtfhn :3 la
ing case at no added charge. "................" FOR RENT Unfurnished 31 I I house on Orhlawaha River O rden Restaurant Ttrhr 3 4

__ bedroom home. Call 964-231 HOUSE FOR RENT' Ral- no 00 week Phone 96459M -
::_::;:;:_;::; ; Any. Smith-Corona. b..ne'l on per FOR RENT Modern 4 room
olflee Full Lake I'rivilegeshomestead Itch ford Road three-fourth mil! t 4teh 3 :3S
will, Dlacs without cl.rs. (..c.p< for l.1>0, end i house. Tile bath. Phone 944-
: nipping' ) any pert that proves d.t.ctiv,. > ...,Ift.... EemptFinancing: from bus station: S room, I"' 2445
9 yxr of purchase t and both. )Ira. O. H. B
BO of purchai. n-
warranty all
eovora
MIen favorite student h ready tot .<.ear( fubbar .parti, energy cell" or charier parts may have by Identifying and nett. phone M4.o$U:5.: Itchc.i horn on 10 acres, FOR 8ALK. 14' racing runabout
your Her 9O days. Does not cover dentate, from acct- paying for ad. Robert St*r- located Just outside City Limits
a typewriter be sure her a _. _. ___.. _ Dent or mitute, and Mteadt only la original, WANTED wringer.. jhling. I \ and heavy duty trailerSIM. ,
you get r_ _ j ._ .minor. Lake Geneva type w t I i FOR RENT Attractively on Sltte! Road 16. I13.0OO. Ales 21- T.V. iU 00 Call

Smith-Corona:, It carries the ;assurance ; ltier >I, furnished 1 bedroom cottageon Completely redecorated. T rma, *4t01.. Eat. 11TJFURNISHED tfthg

that you're giving the finest the newest Only $124.50 Plus Tax North Walnut' St. SIra.. Phone M4- 095. tfclut
; _ _ C Trailer Sales reasonable. Phone 944-2333 I
J. W. Kineatd. 4O9 N. \V.lnat'I
advances la design and construction after 4 p.m. Itchy.FOR I St. Phone M9-H91. tfcnc FOR SALE- 1934 Ford For- APARTMENTS
to perform better and last longer. Provo dor StAtion Wafon V-A. Radio Modern one and two bedroom
__ BRADFORD On Route IOO. One :Mile SBKejMun
Leu FOR SALE 1M2 Heater and strcrInf. a. wQ a. Bachelor Unit.
h to yourself. Try a Smith-Corona. TELEGRAPH HelfhU SALE-10x19 one ear : Volkswagon.Radio power
COUNTY Open Sun. & Evenings! 11'&ralt. to be moved' Sheet and heater Small equity Sat Crawford's Te_ Apta. JM W W__ ,
Metal roof. Phor. M4-2S41. and take up payments. Call nero, 301 N. Temple Ave. taiftoo Ave. Phone M4- 7U.

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Evening; Service 7:3O: p. m. or, Kr...il Cole. tli-i.......... Ki'bruitty 'utility( Ilimnltal. Corporation t
I Midweek Service l I'. 1""". nt the i rrit... or the llriiiiror.lCnunty .
I H Wednesday .\. .,. Thorns )lloKpltal. ', III'i 1..1 ..0 I'.
CtaURCJ
RECREATION NEWS ka : 7 pm.-Rev. W. I* Newman .1..I. Th"dlllnl""I..r.....* M. oi.. the nth' liny (lit.. Mur.-h. ,
\ tie Louie. nun. rutnlestHitientn V II. I IHII5.!; nr which lie! ,. nilIiriipoMsIs
Misuse. ur Hie nwiiitenf will tin ,iiuhlli. 'IM upon*
J .1';' II NEWS Clll'KOI OF GOO) Kreil "I'ole.. UemiMeil' .. ,..1| and, rend. ,iilmicl, t "'
) .'.I H 41, ill..I..1. oiuiftiilM. .lire 'aw b. '
IUSKlr.TII.I.LJ"nlor week of March: 1-3 and I will St. Clair St., !Starke P
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lm-i .l nn the eantt t tIMTHJ.I. tI"tllr'.
The Ultimate Endorsement (las") League. play In a tournament. the following 1. S. William. Pastor. M'IH : ".- > \ >IH. "lt.' "., .and ilollurUnit and''U' lute'
The Barracudas defeated. Aerk. Methodist Church |''::11-"Nn'.: titi\" 'U ere currently. Inilt fun, .. by"
I Sunday School. 10 a. m sill 4>\% M-U: .. ..... *< H.S i 151 tlnir 'Innuruiii'' i iMlil lr'I, tor.. .
the Sting: Ray 32-24 at the Adult .thRleeStarting
Worship Services 11 \n % Mx"\ i-it: riioi-i-: I'1 1 na1Ii0'u.v'raae adrl, dolri
Florida Cabinet officials, meeting be the fault of those who have workedon armory Monday night and Th'lr"lny.Ia..h, : Friday. March 5 -- World a. m I'lirniniiit. t., Berl i Inn. .II, i..1.I lar anlx4nt." .may, IHniton is', '| rl.Hulil .
1 Tuesday in Tallahassee gave unanimous it locally, the Northrop officials the :Mustange: won from the 11, the Recreation Center will flay of Prayer, Firat Christian and. 7:30: p. m. Young People'sMeeting. .riiiiliter" 717. ,l-'li.ililii, MlHliilii.iMilltlnl ., .. rf.iM, ..Mt. fiuni, the .t'h.nIstriu.r '.. ..
7:30: Wednesday. ".Kli.rl.lu. l >liii,'>sltlon' 0.. , llriiilrnril.. iv>iintJl.,, .".'
endorsement to the local proposal said. Yellow JJckets41.30. be open for Adult (Free Church 10 .
Play a m. Prayer Meeting. I 111.'IN 11,50,1) I'.p"0'1| ; noI liltul 1'.1..1| Insnt' 'niKe t.1*t
for establishing a Job Corps Training It was also encouraging to hear Standings I won-loIIO> : Sting from 7 to 10 putioli, Thursday I Sunday Church School 7:30: FilJay. 110'I e 'Is' lirrvliy. ulx-n" thnt 'lb.II1'Vxns "" 1'ar.till ll I..- 10", ....! .mi a. rlv
11.,1 hPIo1V u..,...I', I', year hetlulf\ ', ti. lie "rrertivsIi
Center, under the Economic Oppor- them say that apparently there is no rays 2-1.; :Mustang:\ 2-1 ; Barrscutlaa night. Come ut and join 1O /a.m. Membership Training! ,Io< .tin* ...'''....r..t. .uni'litllnvil,. date' nil.. .I llnin' iis nilluil. | hy
, tunities Act of 1964, at Camp Bland- other serious competition for Job 2-1 ; Yellow Jacket, the group for plnK-pong, ClasH,. 10 a.m. Morning Worship >or',, n: (i-|> .ni.--i\ii: ""M""I I "..r InlMfiwMil1, pr"I..ru .the. Huaiil' ..f Trustviis. I/lld-, ,. ,
a In
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llrii.ir.irtl rnril
pr..unlel sliniiilon : ImNI'O4n1 t'L.iiiity' llos| ltnl 4.q.urnllun \ -
etcKlaiupf'oln
; ing. Corps Training Center at any other 03. I gtmes 11 am Smirk Supper I..S" lrlliti. |I.. t hearer> Tlllinsn' Klora I' KHrli.-' ..
I This endorsement- which includes :Mid:\ ret League ('Illb for MYP. 6 p.m. Youth MeetIng (''..i.N: ... 1..1.' :'"I / 1 I !L<. l'h. lloitnl of Trustetff. 11..1..
location in the Southeastern part of IdtlFl.ll: I.In,... .... .
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The Cotn Club r111"nden I Inriirnistli.n conrernln; 'h.I".t ril i tiuntv Iliiniillal t'oi irii' *
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Stamp- will 6:30 .
the Result: Southern Discount *, : p m. Evening Worship rinmiirr. ... .;;; ;;;; ... _
approval of Governor Haydon the nation. Proposals will undoubtedly vs .1. > II ft lti< iiiicti: .1..I.r i tilt tam. rrN.n.r Ih rl.ht t' a.
Burns-was 18. Gem Jewelry 33; Southern meet Saturday turning 7-30: p.m. 1' t.51,61 nt. nil I lit* till. .ISIS gad ,nil. oepl| 1 i or rrJe'. I nut' 01 nil u'i 'uomiln *-*
a fitting climax to a day be made in the conning months from J.HCOimt Id, Btarke Hardware March: 6, at 9 o'clock. Conn- :Monday: -- Cirri I, homeof :Nurii'K. Til .VI'I'K: VII I h.. holder' niur' !I- oi. I.. .l
that saw two top officials of Northrop other Southeastern states but with out To. Joe II r'rln i ,.udrn| 1 Islnnil. .Iw any prroons' |i.o.>i>..... .INI/: : ; .\ miliv' :" ;
nnj
19; Register. Oil 42. Cunovn'a join the group Mr. Wayne' Whlffen, 10 a. IJM Miira-nn si Itr.hem. ., Ten- ins BII 'Interest. lit. tiniriiirrn. .| lus.. \ ii1!.i. n. "".r.-'. i ,
Corporation inspect the proposed site the Blanding proposal so far ahead 18. both young and old are wel in. Circle 2. home of :Mrs.:\ J. ... I I')' silihesHlnir, ..'n' Iminln' I l.l l. '11 i,,ui. i iii
in the Camp Blanding reservation and it should have serious considerationif Standing ( won-lo t ) : Gem come. H. Fields 3 p.m. Methodist ?.... .ara .. II.....>.l.<, notirinl. that l lI..y.. K: ilrt.en, since" .iiiinilr. | ...llr MI.I. ,..r 'I-IIIMI., ,, ,
.... .. AlmnilonniProperty Hi nil.1, d l I II I '
lull r..r II" II... Ailiiiinimruliir.' i '"ii ''I"" .tidalARE '
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pronounce it well suited to the pur- a center is to be established this:' 8-1; Stiu ke Hardware, 6-1; Lout.j'euuij, :Men':\ Club. Fellowship Htll riled, mialnm' MUI' in ih. .nliottnaniiMl n .. 1"\.1"1.., 1'sptul' |, Till., "' P.n ,. "
poses of their proposed school. year in the Southeast.In Southern Uilleouni.3 Can. There are numerous articles! 7pm. "nrl, t u" ''hi| "inii i> unit. ) onn l to ha.....*', Mi. >.rltla. II.. .SIM.I. I. 1 III
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This final, and crowning endorse- reply to a question concerning I ova Pharmacy. 1.7; Register of clothing, nt the 1 Kecroatlon Tuesday. -- Circle 4. Church iniy|'' heloliv nt. vour. r.gNIi"I ansuvr| or,lo iileaillnw serve", H a titetiiliin n.I' address'Hn'oiinl, 1's.nnnit.ef..I ptIii. |:|'NI.-I| 'iiiiin| 'in\'

Center which may be olnlmtM 9:30 to 'Die oiniiliiini' Hi, this, nollie, I'nl..s :iiinor in 1 I I1I..r..hl'
Oil. 17.Jllnl..r
ment must Job Library : a.m Study mi iMaln'
place the Training the effects
Corps possible industry-wise:' :'! of by All clothing'' llfr-i. Allornvt. Mint. 1\ Itni'n.| |> I. '.r..1 1 to. ,tin, I TERMITES
Center well up among the mostwldelyendol"'ed a vocational-technical training center / l.rutiiChnmber ;. e Identifying Course In Ladle Bible Classroom Mlnrke, Klnililii. ,. nml I rile II"I orixitiHi .. Imliler l 10) M..v n. lees' lh.. pr"l ."|.
be I
of Commerce 30, left will tagged with the 1(1( a.m. Wesleyan' Service m .the ..rll. .> ur ,in*. ,ciork ITIV will' he ilvliveteil:,' lo 'UnVilinlnlsirnlur :
projects ever proposedin in the area the Northrop officials:'! dale found and kept!! for n nr. thv. (1'ir, till Conri. on nr. tic :, ; ; Then-Hrn'r.: nl''' I DESTROYING
Florida. The Florida Congressional said the fact that it will establish Bradford Barber Shop 27. period of 60 days, then given Inlid. Fellowship Hall roe. ? the, Itih ".v..t. 1I Mi, in-h.. .. ru, rl her *litltts nttmt I 10** illieiMnlto '
a 7'3O: \ :Mrs.. J. C. Hobhs .. .
Standings: Chamber ofCommerce. p.m. I liflt.; ntliprulMt* l 111. nlleMsllli.. Un* A.lnilnlslrHtiir' :
delegation is also solidly behind_ it, labor pool of trained technicians in the : to the Welfare ]>e| with the possible exception of a couple area would undoubtedly attractive I 4-1: Andrew unclaimed 'rn.r..sed. liv MUIThin A. Adnlnlslrslur. I
prove Drug, 3-1.; Koch Drugs./ 1.3; .. ". '. "..II,I.'e shall, lie iitilillsheilmil .. 1,73:I It I I.l lMti
of Republican Congressmen whq could to industr ,. > rtl"all :MeetingSoftball .
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Bradford Barber. Shop 14. \\.In.lay-Clrrle horn f .at h week for rour tnnsiHnti : I FRri;IJ I-:
hardly be expected to endorse partof "Industry looks for labor Teams will hold of :Mrs.:\ Io Circle ,, 'M elK.'iirnnrv
any a pool, Men'. league t Champion: 1" r is .k. in the llo.ilforilI'niinii In, lea..:. I
a program initiated by a Democratic is the way they expressed it. Senior 29. Jayrecs. .. 20.JpurUns their formation meeting for A. home of Mr*. Walla Ulpxey. Til.mni.hry |'r.."posil.> to furnish Insinsnio J INSI'KCTION:
administration. the npproarhlng Monday 1'.1' Stile I)th, (111) nr .M.hru'. lovrrnwi on the, Ii rp' *'' I IC ''\ ,
The Northrop a-vison Circle 0. home of Mr*. Jack
representatives didn'tgive 17. Rebel 43. inai.HKVI. 5..15, .and oI hi.i- hu.1. ,,,.'... mtHlnlntr ,
Northrop officials attending a dinner the impression that they thought Standing: Rebel. A-0; Senlon. .- I nl&ht.fard: \ a. at T:30: ( in M.-Comb. all at 10 a.m. Prayer ( : I.1) '' '' ,lo. tin1' o|>ernti,in' ..r Hi. F TtC.Jro
the Recreation Center on 7:3O: Commission "I'll MII.K: A ,I'MIHTI'liik lirsiironl. (Coimty, lln 01'111,1 i 'r. j jimrslloli
Meeting m.
here
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Monday night with city and approval of the Blanding .ite was "in 3-2, Spartan. 2-3; JayCee I or thi ,.Ir,'nit I'uiiii. Mill.l"". r. ..I l"'I ,".> ''lilloNliI ,,> II
county officials. Development Author- the bag," but they did seem to think J ... )-.'\. Pratt' St. All teams planningto Membership: Andovanjf.lll1m. ISis Hi-null, M. Mno.ly. .' T""I".1t ''ill' ,ill 5.19: K.: Call 96I-8943.. : :;

ity member! and other civic leaders it had an excellent chance.As '. The ::\\1I have a at this 3.15p I
representative flour
left no doubt that for what the League will finish their Story : vie II' 1 I 1'I |.
they were greatly proposed:'! training I session.Summer. m.. Chancel Choir rehenrsjil.73D .
impressed by the tremendous | regular at>a on during the Is '1'.. I I.<>M.11 .IU.IMI-'I, 4 .nr.< 111 l lIs I - - -- -
effort center would do for the area the __ : J' m. Park Committee Ilrstrrre I .INNS 5.. ...........
and cooperation( that has been put Northrop officials, were hesitant to go'i'\ I meeting, 7:30: p.m3. 'I'riilmletIn T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBINGo
forth hen in the promotion of this "on record" with !Ih' I.I l: .lste' of "'..'.1 I'.I.I I .1.I' .
specific predictions j I by l>alv :Miureen\ I 'I., .N.eJ, .
project. One of them expressed himself but the implication was that it would I Bradford Farming I Non Fiction Calh-rlne The M \IIIMOV! NTKKKT: : ?.ri.-,. ur t'lIlooor, rciliiun I1'".i
as'" "astounded" by this show of "do plenty" industry-wise. II\I'TIST!' CIII'RCII Khml,, III". horse. If \ilinlilliillii
Croat by :7.oe OUIenbourg; I 101 I I II.lr 1,1..11,In Non film T.'SI. ,
onmnlznton and cooperation.If Industry looks for a trained labor AS l Kill and, Ovet,kill ItnlpliLiipp ,INMI,. Buck. \\. :Mndlsoii StreetA ,,..elite, ) .1ui.tx. ON CALL24HOURS

Rlanding fan't approved for a pool-and that is just what Northrop : !S' ven !Jtixlcrnnierlrnn, ro. ..Mllinin, l I. lii-H" II, Nay sUi'll, 1'i.ni'iiiVullii. ,III....II,. I 1''I

Job Corps Training Center, it won't would be providing here. Novelists William CVCon- :Missionary 1U|)tl.it tine rili'il, alt fluid' .llllnts, .le A DAY

nor history of American Kiltiratlon : Church cooperating with I the. S4tinlnl i i.iitur, ,j h. lntHif' nun i inn
I I II I I "'.. State and Southern Ibiptlat' ItiMlilillAiil' . 'lilllirtn' nf lit..5151 I .,
harry flood: .h.I .
of, I in.1.I Ciili' *. ilui, ..' I
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I A Nation of 'Spiritual Turtles'? I I .ter1* 7th New Cnlleglnte Plc- Convention' cordially. .. Incites list riliiit 111". i.elllloti' r.ir. rlniil'' U.\\-CAI.I. 911( 1.52H!!
I S tl..naryI.rrl": ", Webster; the un< hurrhed and the. un- IM| .ltsr.i*. sod. .IhHl. I Mill *lppl| l l.11I.
SEE I "II v...I to all of Its services.. to II|.> MlillolHlll'i. 1II4MIIII, \ NITJo-C.\I.I.: 9G''.x591!
In a recent speech Sen. Margaret in I 20th Century TypewritingI raw n... i'nniil\. .Ioo..r. lltnil' .
every household. Now it seems to essenhury.. A Life In My. held: ford., <*,niiili. Klin, Ida on Mm\.. .. liIX
Chase:'! Smith said "Each of us has had be kept in a kind of moral deepfreeze I Sundays --. Sunday'\ School 1<<, (Illir, ill' III III! o'i I In' k A M
Hands J W. Rltrllrh.: Discovery
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the : rot. Hltl| | "\ ,III of. 'till' .HIIIIII. IIIHIf.r ,
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responsibility! to meet obligations IT
: our "The principles of all too many of I and Conquest of Mexico 945: : a.m. Morn *,K Wnrslilp riiml ill- h",'.' .sa. ."o-li I, mlminimi T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING

to ourselves and society and the us are growing flabby from' disuse. : Hernnl' Hint IH Cosllllo: II nm.. Training tfnl.m 8:15: ,iitin., it.*. iionli.. .. ii.iii. > .IMteHtSHIPItlo .>
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Mullet"' II of 1111' I 'IMl"*'
reason for that responsibility is set It is a tragic trend. Many years ago, Io Jima -- Rlch nl New- p.m.. Evening worship. 7:30: p.Wednesdays I

forth in the statement many of you an American named Abraham Lincoln I Dr Phil Cronkhit ..N.>mbFiction n1.

will rt'Call-that %the only thing necessary told us that "To sin by silence I I The OnlwayaWIlllHm -- Family night

to Insure the triumph of evil is for when they .should speak' out, makes W* reallae the fact that the. I Humphrey'. ; thSlen and. Kvenlng: : worship 6'3O: p I
enough good men to do nothing." cowards: of' men." der Reed Noel Ceison: It m

The same thing has been said in a Sen. Smith, in her speech, gives I time I.I slipping; up on u"* fast Can't Always He CuvlarJohnnne Spring Revival March 2M'" ''

different way, by a writer in "Whatl'loe'er some memorable examples of for our planning! on our vegetable Hlmmel, American. to. April 4th with services. 10 65 CHEVROLETTlicsc
"spirit crops for this spring.With Chrome Fdwarcl. Ollbert.: II m., and 7 :3O pm A rnnllalwelcome ,.. I '
Things, a small publication ual turtloism" I the weather. conditions I all who. will
itwnlta
issued monthly "for the friends of Within the past> year we have read) ., tn&II\ hal they are It .almost Herman l 11nn't Stop Wouk.the: The Carnival Clame of i I come' g.1"calJediJrlllll: tin the! loins ?priced) !

Stetson University"' and containing: of a 28-year-old woman being stabbed seem. futile to try to look King Hunnett To Catch. ASpy '' Hev. Falder I.I Itowan. Pastor '

Home' gems of wisdom. to death while numerous neighbors t Into the future Right now It'* tale: Ambler; what models al our One-Slop Shopping} ; CenterTtW' ;
Entitled; "Spiritual Turtles the I too wet to but ) ItAI'tl4TIIOMhMINll
admitted hearing her cries for help- plow maybein Rename of dinner Asch IIKII.IUIONN. : (

article said : but did nothing."Evil two werk It w ll be time. I }lans Hirst.vnvvYyyvvvvvv..nvv.. I |( : : .1'
"Th hitman neck; to ncfentints( tell triumphs when good men do to plant.A llellbionn Baptist -T. _-.n-u.. \ .,,_ ..% .
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of have 'a w
us, i is getting shorter. Whether this nothing . great many you \ Church' will hold its! annual I

ii true or not physically we are not On a beach not long ago a dozen received, lotler and card from Homecom'ng' on Buiulny.

prepared/ to saybut spiritually it adults stood by. passively ignoring the your your desire county, as agent. to what requesting cropor I GRAHAM 1 1II :March 7 There ,, IH be dinneron ,

is hard to deny. We are becoming a plea of a man who was. trying', without would, desire to the ground. after the
crop you
nation of spiritual turtles. We don't success, to rescue a drowning boy I plant This la Imperative,. so ,. !\'re. "'. t:. Starling morning service and the

. dare stick our necks' out the way There U. a frightening' wurk with\ Bradford County fllnger will t'Arv'rrly r. rrr.. AM i ''
t development that w* can you Phone 4HJ-JJ6H the BfleiiiimnAll 7a'Q ) s I ,g wf41 I
tm"rlc"n" heard during
I br
once! did of a behavior pattern on the and be able to secure buyer. especially h In ea li' trv I11.12
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"Present-day Americans who have part of too many of our citizens who i for these. vegetables.. Those I ."' .. ....."' ...a.... wiled sinner are !

the temerity to speak up for the when asked about their lack of action Interested In planting pepper I Mr CHorie Tl-ton. and rhlldien 1

thing which rightly or wrongly in the face' of' crime or unpleasantness i should be the first ones to of Falrbunks acre recent HIIHT! REMI11'TFRiAN 1 ,

t they believe in have stumbled into the give' the shocking answer that- ': make. up| their minds, so that visitor of her brother Tom ('11 l.tU'1III.

character-shredding: headlines withsuch I didn't want to become involved we ran fluid a sotirr of plants' I Lrfever. and family t 1 1 1I
I f fj fuet
Mlnl.lerHchedule
It might be that we sro too inOfInr. U Alton rally II 1
Zelma Khodcn of
Mra.
regularity that the'! advantaged says Senator Smith.
to |lIP derived from keeping one's "The only thing l lat. already but In order to ... O4 spent. the weekend for week atarLinkMen ..
necessary to Insure number of '
know the plants
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with M.laLliI'. !> mouth .shut. have .
been amply demon the .. Mr < :: 7Htinday:
triumph
of evil in tot desired let either Muggins .
enough recent guest!! of Mr.
Hr'lo,19U '
strated. I II Sunday
That fine old virtue -
-indignation good men to do nothing." or myself. know a* loon .. OlIvia were Mr and Mr
-so long a trademark of Amerf- : a m Morning Worship
'To sin by silence when possible I Frank of Reddlck
they should Reynolds i j
I Evening: Womb&"
I Ham I
cans*, used! to be
kept hot to In
,f conveniently speak out. makes cowards of men." Y> Invlt you come ,I Mr and Mn Monroe Hander- p m

I\ and talk with ua In regard to I fun and Mrs Sara ties, of Tuesday Circle :a and t

your thought on thl program ,, Jicksonvine, and Mr and meetlnii. 10. m CMt.-le. I

Farmer's Diary honor last year with a 0-lb Over the past year I ,' Mr. primU [*"}"lInll' and son meeting 8 p rn Presbytenat'XiUUnce '

Black Angus and he la out to : hrs found that when we plan I I I, of Fnnlsnd ( program al th<, t

make thla a repeat performance together as' usually; coma upi'i We regret to learn that Month jAcknoilvllle Preibytn' -

i *r IY.C.rvay i II I with a good solution. lleiry, !1..1! Hr Is a patient In Un Church 7 :30 p m (

e I Bradford< County Hospital 1' Wednesday Joint metllUC

puddle tOl'lM'd.nd then a Driving on U8-301 U alwaysa Misses Barbara Master. and ,
j
of the fv- lon and! !'Jra.'ou.j
big run-off which must have risky business, but now with LIBRARYNEWS Delore Falcon of Htarke

swamped a lot of planting construction of the other pent Sunday with Miss Diane 7:30:Thuraday p m Choir Practice.

throughout the area lane coin* on. and tvo-wav marling
traffic on what was one-. av Mr laud Mr I'''//UfOr Jones 7'30 p m.

Still there no use irumb- It U especially nerve-wrack New hooks reretve at the of flsmpson City visited Mr i'tittr is truer

ling about the weather, a. w* Beat thin. w. ran do Public IJbrarr j jTnnng and Mis 14; PrrUli Sunday III'IU II. ".r. \ttlH:
get It whether we tike It or Iin. It. who know of the adult Seventeenth Other recent guesU' of the

-- not No doubt many can remember ".. Ia..t. food example P r-Uhes acre O II McKln- Hermon for 8uml.iv. !Msr, h y

when, tome year by careful driving snow-fl.k. shite We know of ney Mr and Mn Ortmesly. 7 Morning The AliiimUiitUfe
The berry Talon U rocking aio. In a lone drought cloud I |1 persons around here who have i, Mrs J P Young. Mr and (John IO IOI Kv..ninn,

| rlcht alone, but the trouble i 111'' were<< eeded"' to bring needed fTock of robin are every tried to <.& the pink dogwood f Mr Ry Carpenter and Mr The Kv.lfn| of Thin' N'.l

now that time. running out. rain to this area The neatstep. -t.round\ the country to grow here I a* It doe up, .|land M.-a Ernest KulUnd. all Keen 'flleb II I 1 I

and unless grower get a we .uppo.e. will be an now. loading up with straw In hue. Carolina, for Initincel of O'orila Schedule fur 'the vvek. Sunday ,

I break from the weather they effort to keep the moisture up berries before they take off and they have lost everyone F T Illne of Branford lai Worship I II I It "> end ,

I may wind up with a Iou for ctp we suppose, will !be an ef- on their fltarht up north On. i *tjyln< with his aon-ln-law 7.r 3p m Hlln'lav". Mad II O I Ia -
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{ Cherrl.300" /
I T If fjln r'"rllltIo.' / / rrin ( )f). ,
I the season Price hare been In the cloud, and then turn thing for sure. : they ran'tI i We raised our pink one, and daughter" Mr and Mr. m. Training t'm.m' 1. I IV p I t titr'P food at the market, but what It loose where needed I I lease too BOOn to please our H T Thomas m. WeflnewNy. Prayer M.st-
I good are high price if there .' I "_PT'tIo | from a cutting from one we I Mr and Mr f> L Thorn Inll'| 741pm
I isn't any volumefLt We see where local 4 H frazzle from "minding are worn to the a' found about rl.ht year a.o.'l and children. Mr and Mra 'I.::Vh fit thesis;:; .fNTOijtli"' *) ,It. thfpriml IUWNt Or) K"t t a sporty nnrnijine hardtop

tnem-ben Tommy Edward<< bird" I growing out In the wood It Hill f><>dd S and children. Mr IIr.TIlt: "U'TI..r in its line Hut (th. rfcla .l<.i..n'thow In a Oirvair Sport (C'JUJ'| or SfiortS'lm .

week we had juat what Hilda HarreU. and Ory Prevail I Is the first one we've been 1 and MJ: ..rk Illnea: and Mr fill'K( II It. Or the Interior. Or tho for 'fun In the inonth.( nhsul.:
I we needed' te able to tet .rOOlI".t our lnrfortnanrp.That" Chevrolet'' Cri; ,-vi-ll.< 'and Chevy II arts
t--more hear a* well a* TTA member! Our second dogwood I I. out and Mr L T Tlckerlng.' all I ,
rain and then a cold map James Mott. have steers entered not and Ita unusual In that place to It seem that "If at of marke sere Sunday vlsltor H>in ly Krhool.' 'tt a M luxuriuua' : HUrayn. 'U M roomy nvnLilj: with the Turr,.)-Thrift Six i fur
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1 And how first you don't succeed. try. \iml..g. Kervlce. II am hag rolor-kt.. ,fuel. qiiiok, : quiet'
It rained! The earth .. In the Area IHeer show I the bloom are flecked with of.lr.nd Mra n T M many enia-nsivw. rare, y.wlInteriors economy wuniuum |
I had been soaked' before and ,nd Sale on March 11-12 red and pink. In contrast to'> try. aialn. U the. rule. Thorn* I Training Unit,,,. liMp m I!II ,.hIJlh vinyl. fine ftrks, full. wllin/ It's etlicU-nt, smooth. uflilpiritfil. '.''!

n after It started to I The Illnei hal d1'r1-twlst rur.tjnl, '
rain Tommy Edward won top i the other one which la pure family a reunion '
We credit our ..were. In' at the home of' Mr and I ( hevellr, Amo-rsc'"JI; r.tv"ri" intonCorvair'e; ) ,nlr-c,>rear-moimtfu| y

't that effort \la using<< a hormone MM Zark fJ/ >bln..on: last Sunday -UII N.lebo.
I' powder on the cutting and In rtt.mn.Arit.. I ."t.. elr.rre, rafny t..4r.,1 infcriKi and tr.ii-t.on. for ditcorer the

2 raising the dogwood In par 1 1I and. Ltw"I"k.t: .'I..y..r.. (f""tur"." th4!, III/" Cur.
tQ Q THE BRAoroMO COUNTY TEL.COKAPH teal shade But in any eventIt I 'lwvy II ipit a U.t amarU-r for 'c';;' S., !a.%, l/nittl'til. .IHrfrvm-f,

ESTABLISHED 1879 I Is a Joy to wk.I aol r loit. s Li ye.I .wnnil.U-1. Still!' irmly,un'! Onlyoi4/ will

Q .om.. solace for the lane Spanish Moss ray tit han'hr, e.-.in./riiirul, un.the l know. (lU'Cuiuw it r.1Ia" 'Ii
14 number of other" failures. we .,' l C'he. .. /..f/I//
C. L M..rrxrw.. CoiToai, A'.o PvM.i'*"" liwr.t priced .roU-t you r.n ruiy.Dru suro won't / :
had wIth pUnts&
o tllllllllltllOr /vimething, r!illy new JtMinrr itiffrrrnce, al your f'hei'ntct. i/"alrr'JfH'ti'ft'
FLoal.a's Oi.ov Wrcaxr Ntwe>..... Push..aeo COM '
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EACH T ro.eo"v Ana Csrriaca A. BacoMa If It just keeps from rslnlnr a
CLAM Marrca At Ts. 'Let L'si Kid Your TretOf on sitl
Met Oe-eK AT *)"A..C. 1"\. ... U..... ACT o. MaaeM a. t.".. IWle' bit longer we may boo ft
able to get to using drivel
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IN TVOS 'ntAAREA OSJI. TIC.UU JO . i way avam In that case wl.::
ace MOT1THH U CO Fla. Peat t Control Gateway Chevrolet laic.-
OUTSTOC: TRACK AREA. offs TBAA |I09 . ace MONTHS 12iJ I' be able to refer to oar car OI"I
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by lU proper name. Instead of 539; r.! Tall 9r..3'r.
the marina we've had for the<
I put three. week! u. S..10I: ) (.SOUTH:" ) STAUKK:, FI.A., "HONH96I.390UBratiford ( ; \ -.

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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Five WomenThe Utilities


By :Mary K. KdmrHerKrvsroNi I Faith Pre bytr1an

., ... .. ..... .. .. ... ........... ..-.. .. .. .. A A... I I10. Church was host to the Dint -
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: : HEIGHTS I may be purchased: in advance ] "Women of the Church. Su- ,.

IX OMAN'S: : CLUB | for $1 from any member of1! wannee Prcsbytsrlal" on I _

1'nt' Members of the Key I I the Junior or Senior Woman's! Wednesday, Feb. 24. Eighty-: $ Sues For Damages

:-it.' ie Heights Woman's CluUnyid Club. Of course they may also eight women assembled! at cI

< an Interesting meet- I I be purchased at the door 01 9:30: a. m, for a day of fellow- _

Melrose High School: auditorIum ship and Inspliatlon.A .-z .. -
afternoon at : ,
Tuesday
)n t' : last and presently ootamea?
Community Church edu- on tho evening of thepcrfoi'mance. devotional message byfl's 'lt- A hearing: on all pending motions has been set for firm. Milam. Ramsey :' Name and address of
Match 10. but 11 James n. Neale Jr. opened suit for :Martin' of Jacksonville, filed person
< '01.ill building. Following a 10 a.m. Wednesday. March 10, in a damages who drilled the well lo-
want u neat you will havt the meeting. Mrs Neal!" ,_ a list of Interrogatories in dr. i<
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i1 i.).lous covered dish lunch- you in exte ::4 of $45,000 brought by Keystone Utilities the1 tated between water (plant
to arrive well before 8 p. m. used Eph. 6. fls! h'r text cult court here giving
,n, Charles O. Oeltz, Pro- against the Keystone Heights Country Club, the Keystone owned by Keystone Utilities
:MVV HEGISritATIOX: : -peaking of the "Llvln WordIn : defendants 15 days in which:
I h, '. Of Sllvaculture at thsI'niverslty G. E.VViKginH. .
or Heights Improvement Corporation, and and! the golf course?
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All Keystone Heights youniladlos our life today, This Sub- to provide a list of names, and I
of Florida and for- The hearing will be held before Circuit By whom were such
person
Perdue University. up to tli2: age of 20 an lort Is given special emohasls : addrotts of all office, board I .
ilv of
spoke) i on Women and Conseri'ion reminded that registration lou In the PI'esbytc.lnn Church ., Judge George L. Patten at'the courthouse_In_Starke._ members and stockhoMprs of'. or corporation employed to
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: In Its original bill of complaint drill the well and who
tracing the history! of ptitlclpanta: in the !May\ DaPageant ) this :year. : and of no effect. the Keystone! Heights. Country I paid
L'nurncker Utilities! allege 'or this service
Elward
Keystone
Saturday Mrs.
I'oifervatlon. Mrs. Ocltz ac- will begin 5. Enter judgment against Club and the KeystoneHeights
iniiantsd, her husband to Mar. 20. in the city park or oresldent of Faith Prpsbytei- that on Aug. 7. 1934 the defendants in favor of Improvement Corpor ,I Names and address of sll

!: >.stone t Heights to attend'virhMii the site of the old cLty hall Ian Women welcomed the the Keystone Heights Country plaintiff for its costs. atlon for the years 1959 I persons known to you. who

meeting. '{ours will ba 9 to 11 a. m group. Eight churches were : Club entered into a purchase >I !Motion To Uliunl i through 1SXI3, as well as the participated in disconnecting
Hours wll scented and workshop and sale agreementwith the water lines>> :from !the
< i ;M'rh 0, the regulal nvl: :2 till 4 p. m iep On Feb. 18. the defendant!!. custodian of records minutes ws
FaturJa sessions were hold for all departments George I 11. Wood of Jacksonville t ter owned
T the same: every! : : _. { plant by Keystone
r.1"1:1'f: : will b? held .s of directors meetings minutes
'torn March 20 until April 10 of t.heVomen'" I developer of Keystonu Keystone Heights Country Utilities and connecting lines
i i- .r -' to) inictlng;: begins. of Rtockho\ct..rs\ meeting, and 1
Club and Keystone Improvement -
vhen iTsl'tJitlon closes work. Club EhtateH, ) by which Wood I to the newer well?
tr'iit lj la: store for financial record
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\totheu of fmall children wil The Piesldent's message was agreed to reactivate an inactive Corporation. through ,
v:lio nt* .,ct. M.'S.\ Ax3l their William B. Other asked! were:
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Arch- attorney.
ilease b' sure to come anc"'gisite brought by Mrs. George ---- nine-hole golf cour.e.1In ]I questions
M.ilmgien! will give an lllusi : Watson Jr. of Galneivllle, filed consideration if Escapee Caught
What
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Suwannet any
', : th- little ones too'Vav : bold. Prsrldent of return for wir.cn the Country I I
i : "t ed talk on "Flower drapes.1' Div will be sponsored by PrellbytE'.lal. I ---- Club incorporntors would a motion to dUrnlas. wa received t by KHCC with I Near Keystone

Lik but.' ncd unlike to Christian most; : Hl'istvatcdtiilks : :! I :'IP Keystone Heights Wom- The R;v. Arthur Hideout convey their property to 1 1i I On Feb. 25: Keystone Utilities respect to conveyance to KH- .

Mrs. Malmgren will dp n's: Club and Mrs W. L pastor of First Church Pa- The Orchid ManJohn i Wood, with the exception of through Its attorney. IC dated Sept D. IflflS' I Offlctrs recaptured a prti-

t tIle!' Illustrating durlnx; he I '""l1o'.th. :3r; Is chairman. I latka, spoke on "The New Order that actually used for a golf Thomas S. Biggs Jr. of the 'rom what source In water oner last Friday afternoon a

-OrNTKY: (LULl: NiWSTUa : of Worship and Work of ,oursn short distance from where he
inlk.! bing a talented artist I I to add specimens from oT
Theie will also be musical as I : H st pby-off of thr'Itcn' the Church." BesSel of Keystone Includinga Wood agreed to construct n I YYYyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyVINDIAN I caught the!' largest one itt the!" fled from a road work: gang

anlment. Every memi :"\' Wcmcn Golfer I IFst Mrs. E.nest Bartlett was!i Club Estates has earned the' p.uts of the world. i water. plant and aYIlt.em of I catcha six-pound boauty. I on State Road 100 near Keystone .
com Orchid Man.: fine Bowrintiana Splendens
"The
i'Wr is urged: to be present an aid< Present" tomna.-I general chairman of the dOY'1 title of the passerby wouldnever valued at $250. water lines to nerve the golf BEACHLake Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard I I 0 Heights.
Though
to bring a friend. n"nt hal to be postponed Mrs. John J. Brennan suspect It. Inside his attractive Mr. BenS 1 Is a native of I coiirne. and It was agreed that I have been called to Ocke- ; The Clay County sheriff
FASHION: SHOWIIUillllOIIT :'rcm Ft'b. 18 to February. 25. charge of the luncheon as- title to the water plant and chobee: due to the death of I office Identified fne escapee

; OK SEASOV: due to rain; The tournamentwill : .I ted by Mrs. Fred Abell and home near the Club Germany, but has. lived In this system of water lines should ( Santa Fe) Leon's aunt. We hope the trip I I as Leonid Betanoourt.. 36, a

Dr SIrs: Jack F. :Miller Sr.
in
than 500 different types llthoKiaphre and lived
,of the I ,
Show On FEb.'l1al'V 2$. In the 18! was In charge tllej"s having: some back trouble but burglary and vagrancy/ en
V1U\Q\ Dnker Fashion orchid plants valued at over Detioit before moving to Key-
chalimun members of thf hole grou;>, Mi\ s. Hay Stamps I morning coffee assisted by I The agreement was extended 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHello Is sh0l01naaradu"l Improve; tence.
had the least putts-30. In I Mrs. Claude Martin and Mrs. I $5,000. I' stone Heights several yeal'sago. on two OC'O llionR. and on ment. I Betancourt was recaptured
Woman'1 I
Junior and Senior BenSel's hot house. In Ha Is a member of the there, Bradford: County -
Clubs have decided that "Tlv 'he 9 hole ,group, Mrs Llnd- Aleene Adle. Registration was Mr. march 17. IBM Wood asiilgne Chuck and Pat Pardc who; by Clay Comnty <*epuOf:

Show Must Oo On," so It will I py Walker had 19. in charge of cochairmenMrs. I the rear of his home. ia riot' Qainesvllla Orchid Society l the agreement to the ) We belong to you out you I formerly rt1.ll' TJw WhiteTop" I State!' Troopers, and the Keystone
Richard Schncbei'Kcr and color This: magnificent i I and plans to enter that organ.lzation'a hear very little f.om' usor I
G of tropical
mostlv due to the fact thai On February 28. a orgeWashlnltton plaintiff Keystone Utility Co. Drive In have recently: Heights police as he!
Mrs Baker had It so well or- Tournament was Mrs. Florence Benchoff. Mrs I display of nowel'h1111: first annual showto ': Wood claims that the, golf I even know who or where we moved into a lovely new trail walked out of the woods.

played. It started at 2 p. m Clarence Helfrich. who had orchids all started five years bij held April 3-4. I rnurse was subsequently reactivated are I We are your friends er on the back lot. They'have I
ganized. of denotations, mad: BmSel who I Orchids not difficult to and neighbors in the eastern"
This should be an InterestIng and at 6:30: a delicious dlnn charge 1 ag\ when Mr. are and the club con- leased the restaurant building

show for men and women was served. beautiful flower arrangements always liked flowe s. decided grow, Mr. BenSel says and I, vevoU. it* land to Keystone "bottle-neck" of the county to Mr. and Mrs. T R. Martin KEYSTONEDriveIn
throughout: the ChUl'ch sanctuary to Indulge his hobby and purchased I ale more apt; to be killed by We bound the eastern and of Keystone
and womenpaitlcipated Hel&hts. Pat and
lor theiex 111 be street' wearSunday Fifty-eight men Utlltleg except the golf
and looms that were single orchid plant : watering I northern' shores of Big Santa I
much
with ths following a kindness I too Chuck have an uninvited"guest" Theatre
dresses) sports dresses :, course. Ha further rJaUnA that
cocktail drpses, and swlmsults results: 1st low gross. Ml'S I used for workshops.( from a chain stole for 175. than by neglectMELROSE, he constructed. a water plant Fe Lake and from now on In the form of a beautiful -
and Mrs Ty Since then, he has continued you will b! hearing! from us hunting dog They asked FrI.. Sat Mar. 5. 6
P. Wright
There will also be a parade E. and l laid water lines on the : -
under Indian Beach News. I
and Oarber 2nd low 'gross. Mrs I that anyone knowt-ig the owner -
of brides both past : vllle fvvvr1yv links at a cost of $lD.58M.41.According
present. The bridal dresser Ed Dwyer and Mis Herb Sight Conservation Chairman ,.yyyVVVVVYV'VVVYYVVV, 'Y'Y'Y'Y"'Y.'Y".Y1 to the bill of i am new at this work so dear friends and I
1st low not Mrs. Arthur neighbors can The dog la white!' with black
will be from various attics Louth: Oeoige: Schaeffer will
In the latter
flunks, closets, or crdar chests Ketch and Roy Olson; 2nd fuinlsh: you with information LAKE{ GENEVA of complaInt.19(11.( Keystone Utllltlei J part I me your hearing help from I will any apprecIate of you- spoU. has lost a toe and If JMNIE SOMME,
Tolles very fond: of children.Mr .
i'i Keystone Heights(( All 'ow net. Mrs. Fremont and llterntnrj upon request began furnishing water to the I concerning news of accidents
models will ,be local ladles or ind Llndxcy Walker. Call 473-4127. Grant RothhjmmcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj and Mrs. A H Lutgens
Mrs.
Ily : Club to water the Ifa
Country <
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guests. me tln s, fires storms: '
I By r. r. i..ir cn I and family had as seekeadguests
mils NEW AltltlVALMr. 1SAKK: $.\LEThe links, and continued this -- rotaA

As a bonus there will be and Mrs. William L Keystone Heights PTA i Ph. 173-1370 or 173-10(11( vlro until March 1942. It al'r'l etc.Leon Buckles of B&B Trac- (Continued Mrs.On Lutaen's two unseosi P... ue
< MiHr entertainment also local Reynolds Jr. of Keystone an will baked booth Club PageCen> ) ,
have a poods Mnlruse Woman' ;, stated that the value of the tor CO. In Palatka. visited Roy

talent. nounce the blith of a son at the Clay Electric Annual I..............................AAAAA LA The Mclrose Woman's Club water was ft "3.33. and that 1-- __ .
We understand: that Man Charles Kevin on Friday. Feb. :("meeting Thursday. Mai .5", '"held a butinfM"x"' n-WiW. .a"''f1t'f1' Cd"nt fy*Crnb rnfc' to''', yountf"Orjffln la.'JL'Allan wecketjd., R1oy,I' -

lutlii": and Nancy Ifcndiy will 19. In Alnchun General Hospital. -, :25.! In view of the fact that Mis. C. U Newton has returned the Club house Wednesday pay more than I BOO leaving* flirted son on Sunday. and Leon Frigidaire Ma' tag Zenith
mornUng
'. ns Gina Massa Is to dance Mrs. Reynolds Is the' the PTA did not have a Hnl from a visit with he Luncheon was se.vpcl at noon. an unpaid balance of $1.04333. They brouaht 12 bass-in Leon'FRKE

und that clever group The foimer Oleda. Bowen of Mjlfosp. loween Carnival: In the full mother In Malanna.: I I Hostesses for the occasion and claiming that the Conn I __ Motorola Zeigler HeatersYEOMAN's'SaleV'fi

Four nimenslons. will per- Mils baked goods booth will bi E. C. Dykes Is In Alashui were Mrs. W H. Allen. MIs.S. try Club wan being overcharg U. S. GOVERNMENTBOOK

rot m. These youna.steis atr GUEST NIGHT TONIGHT! their last chance to make any; Hospital following an op,>r- I P. Sjshoff. Mis E R Son: el and that rules were. not tn O.V HKAHINQ: AIDS

fast: becoming; tha most popular This evening will mark the money they may need Bo atlon. At the last report he mons and ;\ii rs A UrvnnanHome accordance with the agree. "Hearing I I.OotH Hope ThruI

musical. goup: around first of a series\ of Quest every PTA member is urged to was doing nicely and looking I DctnniiNtratlntt Club neont.I I U ltl't"h"

Janet Lamm a veterar Nights: sponsored by the Keystone bake and bake because everyone forward ta his return home. II The Home Demon-tratloi | Keystone Utilities further i Write or Call Service

"show-biz" musician will furnish Heights Lions Club knows there are never: Also on the list of hospital
for Tnul'sdolY was '
meeting alleges' that In May 1962.: C, GainesvilleHearing
the accompaniment fo' Quest Nights will\ be held the enough slIces! of pie and cake. patients Wood.ow Cox. whc: of bad;
postponed becau.se I ft.: Wiggins$ began to drill i a .MKLHOSK PH.
the models. Narrator will be first and third Thursday of ,:' to supply the demand at th".eannual is in the Medical Center a- I weather: Another date will be well adjacent to the Water Aid Co. 473-2371
Zee Tolles. Btty Bontley each month in the Masonic meetings' Have your wNli
waiting an lIK'I'ation.V'
announced later. '
| plant conntriu:ted. by0001 tttn V. :Main member of KHS faculty will Hall starting lit 7-30: p. m. I baked goods at the booth out him well! and I a very spcedj I'altli lrr..bylrrl.in Church and owned by Keystone Ulil ST -MlJ\: "Quality and Price"

er-rich the models as well a* There will be n $10 door the grounds at B a. m. recovery I The Women of Faith Prea i Itlei and. after completion 01 _

do some modeling herself oilzp el Jen away each even- I NEWS: FROM' ST. WII.LIAIH': 1\trR. ison of the Postmaster- byti'Hnn Chinch wire hostcsa.es -:, drilling the uell. broke and ,

Ertna! : Williams and Irene Williams In 1(. Why not bt a guest of the i! Lenten schedule for st. I Reth(,!n"ntlIlajl'" t Is enter- for the DUtiU-t Conference disconnected the Keystone

will do the decorating Lions Club and help them l.i William Catholic Church wilt tilning: house guests fiom held Wednesday Feb. :24 Th: | Utilities. water lines from the'.

Kitty McGlave and: Lucille their efforts to help th?: blind. be as follows: On Monde Virginianiece. p.oguim arranged by Mr*. : plant and attachod the waterlines KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE

!Mnssa\ are In charge of the The Lions Club will give a- :I evening there will bi Novena : GUY Andrews district chairman to the new well.

program. way a Volkfwagon: Uedanl I on I i Devotions: Stations of the I I of Stark. Included 1 I "Wiggins knew full welt

Pioceeds will be for a May 1. Sa any lion for partl- ,, Cress and Benediction of the I Miss Judith Addlson speeches bv Rev A W Ride- that the water linen were the BUSINESS

scholarship fund and tickets culnis. lstAI'Ung Mont Blessed Sacramsnt Then! I and Jumps Anthony Wand I I out of Palntku.; Mis. George property( of Keystone UtIlities DIRECTORYAITTO

NEWa.t! : WILLS at 7:30: p. m. I who weie united In mniilagc, !! I ArchboUI. JarktotT.lllf: :Mrs and l willfully' and wantonly
will be Mass! Tuosdnj
This past week Martin and every I at St. Matthews Catholic I ,K, F MoutHomciy. Lake City: i anil without cause deprive

MURRHEEInsurance Helen Ramos signed eye wills: ;: morning On Friday: at 7:45 afternoon: a. m. of this I Church In lake Shore on Saturday I and :MIS J. B H
Agency : for the Keystone Heights I WilI morning! I The theme for: the 1 property.( the bill! of com
of st.
the members -
Lions Club's major undertaking -!I week Ham's choir will hold an Ini- I Mr !and! Mis Eddie Raynor day was' : The Living Word plaint utatos.Keystone. The Martin' Place lO.C.Carnes

General Insurance -the support of the North I nnrtnnt reheaisal at I m and their nlMip. Miss Debra I and Our Life Today. About 90 UUJ I.1.. further lllway 31 between Melrnne I TERRELL'SGulf Nursery

I KIICR- CASiriLTY) :\1.\. Florida' Eve Dank for Restoration rFUSONAI.SMr: : p Morru. attended the AddlsonWund women from eight churches,> alleges that on Sept 3. 1DH3 and KeystoneANTIQUES ; ServiceMvW |' HI way 100. Ptorahome. ..21I

III'II.U'TOn: !: () nS of Sight, Inc.. located at wedding!, in icksonvlllc I attended Committees were:: I' Mile. 8K of Stark
.and Mrs Ralph Thomns Keystone Heights Country A t'srl> TlRr.'" '
Keystone Heights. 473-478U I the Medical Center. 031':1.:1: I lust Saturday mornliiu Mrs E: D Lon II l>>eek ttr.I Mrs.t' Club conveyed all lands retained From U 00 Up All Sizes Nanery Stock Thou-
and children of Venlcp. Fla J. R Neale E. H I'MEDRUT : ITKMTritK and of Plant & P'tTrip. .
Friends of Mis\ I I IndIrs Lnhrk'atl.eshistIerses" .
Owen Louise
I by It and utilized fin -.,.....
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snent the weekend with Mrs UiU-tK-tt guides! ; Mrs. C. J. I SELl' TWADRTnw .. to choose from. N..ice
ort ..
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--!'. and I Baker sue glad to know golf link to the Keystone 7 A.M 7.30 P )(. .
Thomas's parents Mr f worth' withatarsta the Shade omE..r. .. .
I Helfilrh, flowers. Mrs. C. HMiutln I Kejslon .....bt. I7S-4T71 -
Mrs Wm. L Reynolds Sr I that she Is, at the pisent !Mrs E. Strickland.. Heights Improvement" Ourpor.atlon TNt of TI me," & Land cap..runt All In
mAke the ncqnilntance -I witting, doing much bettrr at : by warranty deed.. The (1| 1 w..lDJ. WLJ SA'"G1ut E:: They came to I Mrs: J, Adle, refreshments: yPHONK plant any
of Charles Kevin the Naval Hospital In Jack- Fred plaintiff claims thnt officer! ofT\-2H\: : HENDERSON'SI time. Camellia I\JIAeU!
I :\11 s..J J Brennnn. Mrs
BEHIND MESATAN"PON'TADD Reynolds, n'w lion of Mr\, mid sonvlllo Louise was ru.shed" to I II Abell Miss R. Bigelow. lunch: I of the Country Club the Improvement Let ua do your ianinea ping'

AND PUSH Me'A Mri.! Wm L. Reynolds, JrM I the ho.pltal last weekend' ,, Mrs. R Schncbergpr: and Mrs Corporation wert"one .\I"pl.J.r.s: I I Center i ''h. *4.-3a115 1'1"' &n.12tI.
I after b lng tlkp1III and the name" and that
sudju'utlyfollowing
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nnriII'S.! Enl Van Attn BUtndurd "
: : F. IJenchoff registration: Oil "-t.ct.
LITTtE"S:! and children of Sebrlnu snort I a rehearsal for tlw'Vomlul'I !Mrs.V.. A. Wallace music, the Improvement Corporation T V Service CenterJ. RO.\" NKK\'ICKJohimon : I I K8TATEHttMK

thepnst- ;: weekend ,with Mrs. I \ Club Fashion Show I Mrs H "the alter ego" of the OutboreMSiUM

: Van Atta's sl tpr and family, on Thursday! evening She was room arrangements by Country Club. K. TIIIKS.: Pr.|>rtr *e A OerHoenWUng !: CV. rWtr lor.4lt -

t9'J Mr and Mrs Thomas Pflllc chairman of the show, and J School R. Neale.Nrw : The plnntlff aked that the Authorized\ Motorola Phtlec Tackle. Heating ed S UK. ...... >K. DR.nrltmnt .

and son. of Gold Head had been walking: quite hard!, court enter a rieolarmtory Decree Sue and Service Kq UIjJSeeqW.4t.tTs" fmrrlt j _trmJ
Branch Stats Paik nt it.. as well as caving for her Cfc-orKo Hall of Pnlatka has I a* follows: ftWn-1c-e$ On All ;Makes FXTKL. OILKEHOaKNK. heat air .oorwt1t.x1.. .
family. : provided: 30 acres next to the I TV KHlll TtKr.: () Intersection H'A'Y J1-10O( .5ev. -. .... .-
Miss Cathy Ireland of Birmingham Mr and Mrs Kenn'th school. Ten acres are to bt : 1. Declare that water service f >UR TV Keystone Heights! .4T3-4BO7 playgrs,4 ,.. B d Ton
Ala. Is a >houseguest cleared Immediately for Improved t was computed In accordance Work GuarantswITV Rental I

of Mr and Mrs. W. L. Cooper and son entertained at and the 2O with agreement and enter KeyntofMi llrlght 47S-44UI \ ,I

L'a nl' "Ilold8. Sr Her. mother.. turkey dinner at their Lake acres will pasture be used for school judgment against. the '.!!!:;\lm. SHOP_1 S.E-McKay Realtor
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In Brooklyn hoim- l.1..t
Mrs C D Ireland arrived Sunday) tJ forest Country Club In the amountof
Keystone on Wednesday! of celebrate th3: third birthday' 11.1M3,33 plus Intel-eft. Air Conditioner ICKTSTON): 'MEIOHT3Phon

this week. The Iielands arehpl'e of their grandson Russell son! The Florid. Seed Foundation Ion, Above Coeit SUPERIOR 473-4A14

to see!' the new Reynolds of Mr and Mrs. Larry Cooper furnished t 73 peach treescaUt'ct 2. Declare that1&lI'tl\'" (lntkJltion extras Bu-Tee Salon
action, either In his own be- :
baby also. I of Ocitla. Dinner guests; included Floradsun Those are Washers" folorvsl. T." .
planted In the school garden hit If or on behalf of the Country SpcUillzlivc J ) In ['fPSTAeR\\'n: :
Rtusrll's!
Mr and 1Jamf'S II. : parents, Miss" Refniger.t.ra.t Iilnr.ualrlrm >
The tenth grade A boy. I Club. amount to con"."> ALL FOKMH OF BF.tTY'l
of Monongahela. Pa Beth Jarkson of K,'yston'. With Iterskp .
Krtpps
Beidler'
II David Brar tley. George Mat- l ion of pUnUTTi water Uiw> ( ..T..ftF. HolidayInn
were Bursts last week at the Mr and Mrs Allen Shively of I Ii \ WHEELER'SDiscount
chett.. James Ditnlels. Walter and enter Judgment against Tinting Dyeing
White Feather Court en routeto i Churubii-ico' tii'l. and Mr and Bleaching Restaurant
their home after a three Mrs.:\ C H McIntyre of TtJI ; I Still divant. Carson John try. Wiggins and the Country Store (Cutting Natunnr: Curly Hair Frn B'oorf Priced
Mortemtely
@WRAA. Oen' J. and Sill Mnt- Club or Hh-r of them In Open T
I Ind :hntry. .in. 5 S l
portlAnoe. The MdntyrM pjn. flaysCttra '
month tour of FlorMa.. Theycame R H Mt>rn MHrww> A Kevmtnn OFT5N!: 7 DATS W1CEKLTKuW
chett the Land Judg- amount of 119AM. plu interect Ave. ,
attended "
to see Miss Anna! McCulluugh -i are the ureat-grandparenU of I .K.; 3-T40I sin K0r Rear Co-op I....... __iies _
,also a year-round I RUIt. I1. the guest: of honor tne School In PaUtka Friday from date of conversion. -,,' K..lItone H igbU 473-443O .Ua C'r. n4.R' .
check >
Ily paying your obligation by guest at White Feather who I arid of his little sister, RhonI training; to compete at the .'I!TO IUI'mGoebman: I ./ ,
->'ou can save enough time and effortto I d.v March 19 soil conservationland 3. Hectare that Wlgglne' : t B1
was formerly from Monons-. Knrnlinre ANEW AvIinvn-e.s. ric""nrua of Red IAgltt
not only! groom the yard -hut also,. ahela! Mr. Krepro Is retired Mr and Mrs C H Mtlnlyir ; Judging county contest. conversIon of ptantlffs water KBJfJTTO.Vi: : KKIOHTS
I
"wet that line" and little I Ii'.hing.. Boys w-Ul to Hlllsborouith Bros. -
get a to of go hnes was done willfully and
Ind
mine official They hope Ttppwanc areat.ij : AND: USED
Open u checking account today. return to Keystone In (the Ing In the Zlke Apjrtmnet 1 for state land Judging contest wantonly, and" enter Judgmentin Garage Fmttur AJ'DllallC"" il'ED CARS

near future i on Lawrence Blvd for at least Friday plaintiffs favor agplrut -\1.14 KINO OF nou<;iiT & SOLD
Elfiht: and ninth grade students .nd
Wiggins the Country
El-
Miss Debra Morra: of a month. Hanks Used Cars
went Ai field trip Ctwb. or etthr of them. In antoimt REPAIR WORK
mont, N. Y and Brrrlann RI- on an KEYSTONEHouse
State Bank Quest of Gene and :Man
Keystone of of 12i(1()() aa exemplrr MOTOR BOOT PAINTING ,
Icy of Columbia. S. C. 'wrKusets I Bishop have been Sam NiUoll. : Monday to the University PORTABLE WKLDtNO of and 3.T Shop

:Member\ F. I D. I. C. Keystone Heights( P'trmors of last Mr.. and week Mrs. Eddie and Cathy and:! John Mtlla' ( Florid the morning: Experiment and In station the afternoon In. 4. damages.Declare the conreysncefrom Also Lawn M.wer.-.O.tbaH I, Bargain Utl1' -. Sell Trade

newlyweds All are from 3 Blocks North: nf 'H1WaY loo. I
UgM nut Southof
'1. Beatrice Cooper was In they watched the UreStock !' the Ornntry Club to the
Mrs.
The Friendly Bank of Your Friendly Community | Akrt'l\ OhlGContlnu.'d hwy .21 Keystone Heights tal.- K Md tl I tarh.VPkje .
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JncksoroTllle lustwpekend to Auction. Improvement as null. void. Next, to Drtre-ln Theatre KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS

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> Mrs. J. L. Bradley FYNE-SPIED QoarTersLB 1

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Morning Sunday worship School 9:45 n: a..rn.. II ::=::: LIMIT-2 LBS WITH THIS COUPON AND ::;::;

TnOning: Union 6:1S: p.a.m.m.. :.:-:..::.:. 5.00 OR MORE FOOD PURCHASE. ;-;;.-::::.
KveningWorship, 7:30: p.m.. : : : GOOD MARCH 4-7.. 1965 :'=
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Mfd( Week Prayer .
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B. T. Peavy. Pastor.. "Come.let -- .i..fl..f...:...:...:.:.:.:.:.;,.:....................... "'-=
us. worship together" i ----- ------- _____ __ '
The quarterly meeting of I

.per. was the! Asiociatlonal held Friday night Brotherhood at the I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED fi, _L OCOMA QUICK' MOZEM GRADE 'A' :mIi] Mer'h 11
Jo. NATURALLY TENDER
'taxiAtka New River church. Rev. F. U 'i I MARCH 4th THRU BONELESS LBPKCTvnteyRoast .1 a"its
Rowan pastor of the Madison THE WEEKEND -
: StreetBaptist church was :i L. S 7 GREEN STAMPS ;
(guest speaker. The. theme for FREE EXTRA
suns the 'program was "Christian COOK OUIK BRAND CHOPPED, :
loan W Itnearhg." STEAKS _PORMEDPROZEN2..BUPCUe, : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

Pad B1KTIII>%V I'ARTY I STEAKS 10 ,88MORRELLf = WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OP :
, )'IM!. 10;. M. Norton entertained NEW S ,, HORMEL HALF CR WHOLE .
( with a birthday party I' PURE PORK D
Whotang 'FrkJHy afternoon in honor of I\ itii ATl'l.RfiM[( : sy''> SAUSAGE 3 ROLL.rDRESSED. CURE '81"' HAM :
her son Maxie on his ISthblrthdsy. .j L B1
WI. COTTAGE CHEESE DLUE LB PAN .
Seventeen
friends.Pere REAOrWHITING IN ADDITION" TO TMt STAMPS YOU Rfr"1*WITH YOUR PUDCHASf. 23
''tone : invited to enjoy the ocI I I 2s N 1 t.5! 4.wa.w..rGWAtte.. 3-10-6S m-u mf mm mi- m..
cur :
lines pyylon with Maxie. After i.2 s
plying games they "were" servsd. I|
birthday coke Ice cream : : 1 i::II11dMkPtYtk
eaj punch. Miss, Sylvia Nor- \ J/ .
jton assisted her mother in I( : rncc/ RxT1A'w'N: + :
caring! for the gueiits. i: MERCHAt! GREEN STAMPS :
Sympathy is extended. to .
one Mr', and Mrs. Eduard:: Craw- I BLUE RIBBON QUALITY. GROUND OR CHUNKS 11Ii: I.I LB PKGS Mae,. PllUrl's S
a towl In the death, of their sun.Danny. -AL IH(4t( iEA'uKE NATIONAL : l MARGARINE (QTRJ) J
hegang F kt'.HHL
Danny who warn two BONELESS STEW .- 69C. .: i. -r .. ,. .. .r.r7,:
Key.TUfa years denly on old Friday.passed away aUd-1 s6 IAr I BLUE RIBBON QUALITY. PICNICSFr 1 I ;-_-n--_-_.w.___NS__'.__._.eS---_ --_-r--I..

Those ("1the sick list this I| : BEEF RIB ROAST lit 79C M\L. :
week are Mrs Mildred Crew. !i .
1a'alJf'f' Mrs. Karl Crawford. Donnle LEAN. TINBEKMELL i w BLUE RIBBON QUAlITY. I Ales. UTN" .__ _'_ .:
,IK'\ a Elder and Curtis Crawford. TRIMMED ; MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS f
BLESS CHUCK ROAST 79 :
I" .
lentllld- Mrs. Majile Carter Sr.' l II in LEG O'LAMB --- "<>" ai uH iwuuii
St., Vincent's Hospital with w ewer R I GAL CAM c
leg injuries she. received froma' BLUE RIBBON QUALITY. E rttJ MAZOLA OIL

''JtiH fall wtifle In Jacksonville I 59 BEEF PLATE STEW 25C i. -N.-.J.._ WISMIOT." IIK IK*OTxnulMnMI 35*
last TTiursdayMr. .. LB t1N1111N..a4'Mr" RIeYII ---- "310.-
Kerhe and Mra. Oliver Steed wmMm"'W BLUE LB ------ "-
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of Portland Ind. sppnt three F'.S'iiORyTUBS 33= lj MmkMH*li!
days last week with Mi. andMn. I> _.w
O. W. Brown. Guests of I I /eleR MYNA ka n M sf''MrJ.... *>g.
BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FRESH -
the lirowos on Friday and t MERCHANTS GREEN
Hh Fla. (:rlld ".\" i STAMPS
Saturday wehe Mr. and Mrs. I OISCO'JNUAMORUPF *
GROUND BEEF 5 .*.. II' rj.r i T.i-i > < "IUUMUI MHMtK
John Strk-kland of Akron. 1a.s CAN
-e SHAMPOO TH LARGE EGGS DOZ. 39c ;: ''z't FREE WAX :;

Ohio.Mr.. and Mrs.V H. Agner HEAD & SHOULDERS' :.-....r-m.---.-....,....-..-'_w 10-----.---.-.24I .
and Mickey I and bltl, and Mrs. .--.----.-.--- --
W. C. ULxnn of SlarkTe! spent I
I Sunday at Three RIvtrTstAtes"..", : iII -'OOftte I:
on the Santa Fe River. *. 1 I.
FAMILY ''asas"
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Mr. and Mrs. '*. HOfoorlef itze Tuei : rNR. aNT.A i
spent from Thursday. to MERCHANTS GREEN
I STAMPS
' Sunday' vlstling their daughters : ..."-.-...-"...... :
-oio.vy and suns-In-laws Mr. and I im ".. RIO. HILENI CURTIS!
- Mrn. J. S. Walker. In.Ft. Lnuderdale < I p IL : HAIRSPRAY :
and Mr. and "'MI. II. 1'- ELSEWHERE S 1 F rti .,,"."-.... "' ..,__,..>>. .._....17..-
M.'bourne--1 r.---- J'OjUJ. ------
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Mis. Patsy Clemnns of 1 I / I I .
stark was the. weekends. I :W--J..I.J:
(guest of Miss Melanie' Brad ... .
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Reere of Jack- _
ley. Bradley 1 rr [e: CXTNAMIRCIUNTS'" I
onrllle lilted his mother. I GREEN
: ........ .STAMPS. !
Mrs., J. M. Bradley on Binulay e / M. .p. W tlMf 0 M WMIMW Mr. and Mr'*. C. U HUifcey I ECONOMY/ SIZE a
1 and son Eugrmf. vtsKed '}OI :r : BROMO SELTZER! :
, Miller .last Frli : // .... ,
and Mrs. Ray H -+L ::1:] .0<- -" wa t.ar1a'..
<.la* night. On Sunday' after- i w 1lIUJlIJ S .I- -------.3.10.------
jnaon the Mlllem Mrs. ElrriaKHriTB. .r w
and Mrs. Ilrooks Rhlpp- 'I
,pinan visited Mr ant Mrs. C 1 1 r

Ifvflltckty. In the llelmote.eeUsn. iu&73/tLUtd41

- .Mrs E. O. Cider had uguests '
(' this weekend her none
{Lrfury. from the University of SAVE 3SC FYNE-SOFT (SOLD IN 4 ROLL PKGS) .. ,.

j,Kenneth j Florida and Rldr Mr of''Js and ksonvllle.1-11'11.' BATH TISSUE 12 .J00 1 '

Quests of the K.. M. Nor : \\iW ,PILLSBURY rLAIH ORItLfRIStMC,,,
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Mrs. A.
tan* on Friday were .
Jft. gelbert of Jacksonville and SAVE I7< FYNE-SOFT t '

- t of Mm.Keystone.Mm..Frank .Johnson and suns I PAPER TOWELS. .. . .3 ,Tli ART 1 100 !FLOUR -
- Louis. Moor la bark
horn after a three months SAVE I I6< FYNE-TASTE Halves or Slices. .

'23 'visit wtUi, Mr her and Mnvtn-lsw Mrs. G andd1ughter It. CLING PEACHES. . . .4 x> T3AVE 'I : LUSCIOUS NEW CROP SUN-RIPENED S
Moran. in New Tork 5
t )(r. and Mrs. F O. Conner I6C FF DELUXE r : 4.
A were In Jacks..nvUle ganvtayvlMttnff STRAWBERRIESLB c
TOMATO JUICE 1
-.f their sller-ln-iaw.. . . .4 CANS BAG
Mrs. Willie lodges ho Is : .
'ar ,. patient In" St. Vincent'sHospital. SAVE I6< FYNETASTETOMATO ,
UMIT-1 WITH. '.000" MORE OMDCR
.' KelwNerk.i who h4 CATSUP! .4 :.ft, 1 100 :
"r Bobby . .
-..aAI' 'F.1.been."", with Air AjswaR the Paratrooper Dm SAVE IS to 2SC FF" Deluxe Orange ,.armalade.Grape; Pm. or 3 9.g .
stationed at TT. Benning. Oa.If GRAPE JELLY. I00 NOR t UN F Rg t t Ai; T f AlFRUITPIES LADY PAIR 'USH UUD

- & home now after. having sac- .S . . .5 TAU ... :
f\. VM hut parents.three )'.Mr... and Bobby Mrs.and B SAVE"ISc FYNETEXWAX S. .au I I : PEACH;; PIE

$1t B. aberk.1.-uy peat a PAPERrrr. 5 1 100 @
$1w week ait Tampa and attendedthe r. . aa SWEET FLORIDA .
> 0.(1' ..>***. mt" <-. rr OELUXK RIO on PRHCHCUT i
"*') and )..I'. Frank Barn- SAVE2SCFRE-MARiriHeavySyrup! ( ) JUICY ORANGES EACHCELLOAC 3C : r.39c;
eord .... AS Aundsy. R+sat FRUIT GREEN BEANS -
COCKTAIL. 5 1 lOO
their ana and.. daugtMer-ln- . ? js, FRESH RED j c. FFOELUXf 10.. ,.OIl l 6 FK61 .
tor Uw. Mr. and Mrs Fred arn- SAVE 04QC FYNE-TASTE RADISHESLARGE 5 \
of Jsfk- ; GREEN PEAS
1d.n.
cord and th LADY PAIRBAG "O"MOUla
APPLE SAUCE 8& 1,00 GREEN IPDLUAtia.IROZtH, .
- vHle.Mr.'. and Mrs A W Oaytord : . . .. ; CAKE DONUTS
$100.1
and family spent the weekendIn SAVE32CIFYNE-TASTECREAMSTYLE I BELL PEPPERS .tit 7C CHOPPEDSPINACH

- Branford' with relativesMrs. FF DELUXE I0.. FROZEN f 1619 OFDP I/ 29
t and FANCY /
Cecil WWtehs
GOLDEN CORN..8 1
. SB:, 1I1G3',
v daughter. Judy were b.Ar weWMOes 'G29cLEAFSPINACfJ\ .
...- YELLOW ONIONS 3. _
hi .Jukytlru. SAVE 16C J FYNETASTESPINACH 0 ..----------.... .... .

r-tot day. . .\ . . 8 CANS cede 1 100 : ORANGE LOW.CALORIE JUICE % Uu .. 39C : (1 E'1'IIIDM'JOB' AND .Household.a.u FSOCTO !'-----------1.-... .. i i i L ,j)i

Ie WILLIAMS SAVE"I6< FYNE-TASTE SW| FT'S FERTILIZER SALE r.e. uTNA i rN.a RtrnA. n .

t TOMATOES..8 10 ML BAO466asl" c.: CLEANER : MERCHANTS: ..GRtEH'.....w.vr.STAMPS : : MERCHANTS w....GREEN awrr.ww.-STAMPS 2
JEWELRYREPAIRS, CoUll.. I 4-8-4 99 : r: S"-: PG PLUSIOSC l JLICEOt: : axI: ; :) LADY PAId U.. SEEDED :
- :rltNT BOTTLE: : r.zxceOfLfD; ( HAM J : IZ1D B-B-Q BREAD J Ji

.... ___r._._ '7A' .__ _..__*.,.__ _.__*.79.?
- MACHINE '...___: .. )..10-------' '..------J 10.------.

.1 ENGRAVING THE FAMILY FAVORITE IMC SOAP OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN KEEPS WASHABLES LOVELY QUICK.: EASY TO USE DmRCiU'fr

t SCHOOL DIAMONDSL JEWELRY:' .IVORY SOAP 1E 2/35/ # CAAAAYIT BARS eATH 2/33/ ;< IVORY SNOW GIANT fKV 85* DASH $REC.IZE".

D. BRACELETS CfiEAMVlATHUtNGIVORY tASY TO BE lOVELY WITH DISHXS SHINE WITMOOrjV/IPU< THE! HAND SOAP

CHARMS.- ETC. SOAP 'rs;jE"" 2/23/ ZEST BAs"BAR' 2/45/ < DREFT LARGE 37* LAVA MED.6ARs 2/25/ ..:

- Slarke. Fb..j THE PROVEN eEAUTY 50AP IfS EASY TO LOVELY Y/ITH! JOTHirK awe UKg! HEW 'IMPROVED DETERGENT

IVORYSOAP __ ru.c> ;.;Eac 4/29/ ZEST E s 2/33/ DUZ "IT" DIMNR.A17. ': "PEG fili TIDE URGE 35

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABROOKER alhllltv of Brooker having er and family, Mr. and Mr YYY"'YY''T''' 8 at 7:30: p. m. I Wilcox. marries an Ignorant Mr. and Mrs. Munn Norwood.'

kindoiTirten by June. Room Maxwell Davla. Attending Boys Scout Troop 105 meets lovable mountain girl and returns INDIAN BEACH This foursome Is planning a.

KEYSTONE evening at 7:30: In to Washington to become trip to Nassau during the
count was won by Mrs Ellis. I were Mr and Mrs. Cecil Wll- LAWTEY\ Tuesday
{ SCHOOL NEWSPAPER hams and girls of High HILfTES the educational building. Girl Involved In a murder month of May. Needless to say

The first newspaper ever I Springs Mr and Mrs. Max Scouts meet after school on Who Is murdered? Who Is the ) I they are happy with anticipated
(Continued From Page Eight
n.f Betty IlJbonTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I Davis Herbert Davis and Bet By Enia BianohardAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Tuesdays. killer? The date will be an- pleasure.Mr. .
published by the Brooker Junior -
and Mrs. Laurel Bunce
March 21 and 28 nounced later.Methodist and
High School made its ty Rabon. A good time was (Continued' From Page Eight) Sunday brothers. H. R. Smith
last week In our had by all. at the Sunday school hour Church family and Joseph Smith of picked their daughtet. Bunny,

appearance little town. The was Mrs. Ethel Bass Is upending PTA NOTICE AARP CHAPTER NEWSBy 9:30: a. m. Dr. Albert O. Holt The Melrose World Day of Gainesville.\ Everyone enjoyed up from a party In Keystone

I \K-II-CH'K" : Hatcheries published by the eighth paper grade a few days In Charleston, S. The Lawtey Junior High [ Helen Euan] pastor, will hold a class of instruction District WSCS was held at the I a weekend of swimming, boat. Heights on Friday night. Bun-
Florida State
The under the direction of Mr. C. with her mother, Mrs. H. PTA will meet at 7:30: p. m. Despite' the cold winds of for youth desiring to First Methodist Church In ing and catching 30 bream ny had a "slumber party"

held a bar-b-cue lat Wednesday McKlttrlck, And containsnews F. Baughman. Tuesday March 9, when Miss Feb. 25, some 29 AARP mem- Join the church. Communion Gainesville on Wednesdayfrom : from their dock. that turned out to be a "pop' .

( night In Gainesville. their Sunday will be April 4. 10 2 The Griffin of corn popping party." The girls
of the school and the another hour? Harris family life specialist bers and friends enjoyed a. m. to p. m I. Miss Maids

Knjoylng: bar-b-oucd chicken community as well. It Is cal What sweet young thing In with the Florida Agriculture first All Fun Day of games PERSONALS speaker was Miss Vera Hugh- Gainesville had a pleasantvisit who enjoyed this night of fun

from BrookT were Mr. and led the Brooker Highlights Brooker sets her clock for S Extension Service will pre- with Mrsi. Axel Malmgren as Col and Mrs. David Nelson I lett. Missionary from Liberia. over the weekend with with Bunny were: Susie Be-

Mrs. Sam Smith. Mrs. CarolLe. "Our house guests.Mr. The Melrose Wrold father and stepmother lote, Sally Brannon Janet
and as I understand< Is to be each morning then resets It sent a special topic chairman. have as their Day or her

.- Jones and girls Mr and published weekly. We say well for six: so Rhe can sleep for Children And The Changing While chapter officers were and Mrs. Harry B. Brownof Prayer Service will be held In Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Griffin and Terri Henderson.The .

Mrs Guy Harrell ami([ girls done to Mr. McKittrick and another hour? Times." County Agent O. T. awaiting final decls.on on the Portland Me. They are on the Methodist Church. This and children. high winds coming4 across -

Jack Smith and three children his eighth Krade.CFI.URAT.S Hugglns and Miss Helen Hol- part of tine City Council House their return home having year's' theme Is "What doth Our friend and neighbor the lake last Thursday

and Mrs V. C. Robinson. : : BIRTHDAY -yyyyyyvvvyyyyyymy'vIHAMPTON stein. diet He t home demonstration Committee for use of the new been vacationing In Clearwater the Lord Require. Everyone Mrs. H T. Smith, was due to were almost as bad as those

('FI.F.ISU.TF4: !' HIKTIIIY Miss Rosalie Parrlsh daughter agent will accompanyMiss City HalL auditorium, Rev. and other South Florida welcome. be admitted to St. Luke's Hospital we got in Hurricane bora.

:Miss Annette BUMS, daughter -' Hairla. A good attend William Worstall. rector of cities They will visit their PERSONALS In Jacksonville on Tuesday Moss and limbs littered i the
of Mr. and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Bass Lloyd ance Is urged. St. Anne"s episcopal Church Navy son In Virginia. The Nelsons Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lundin While there. she will Undergo ground and some docks were
celebrated her birthday '
celebrated, her 13th birthday Parrlnh. HEART SUNDAY extended a cordial invitationto and Browns have been and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Ous- extensive tests to fur damaged one a complete

Friday night at the Brooker Saturday night by takinga By 1\Irll. D. E. Hill A volunteer of the Heart' the members to use the friends for many years and terhout of East Lansing. ther determine or not If sur- loss. Most everyone spent ,a
of to the
Community:: Center. Mrs. Bass group youngsters Phone 468-1160 Fund will call at your home Parish H u8e. Every facilityIs both were associated. with the MIch. were guests of Mr. and gery is needed in the immediate busy weekend "cleaning "up.'.
in Starke. On their
served cakes potato chips, movies on Sunday afternoon. March military services both In this Mrs. Edward D Longnecker: future
cup available there Including
return to Brooker tho young ..........4.........
and pepslcs to the youngsters. 7. Please contribute generously piano. kitchen tables, and country and abroad.Mr. on their way to Mount Dora. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Junklns

The guests enjoyed dancing to people stopped at the Community PTA Variety Show to this Important cause. much privacy. and Mrs. John Himble Mrs. W. P. Guess of Stevenson. have Just returned from avery I rustic Notebook $2.20 at the

records and playing games. Center and danced to Friday Next Week CHURCH ACTIVITIES Guests Included Mrs. Zena have' had as their! (guests for Ala. left Thursday after pleasant trip South. They TFI.FnRAPIl. -

Attending were Eddie( Lewis records and enjoyed lefreah- Chester Searle Hampton Grace Methodist: Sunday Schenbe wf Spring Lake and two weeks Mr and Mrs. Horner spending several days with her visited friends in Miami then .
menU while Rosalie opened I. Ike f Irmll f iMirt Of T..
Rosalie and Betty Sue Par- her Elementary PTA President, School. 9:45: ; Morning Worship Mrs. Dorothy Clark, Mrs. Em of Pennsylvania brother-in-law and sister. Mr. boarded the S. S. Florida and IIakk JadlrMI < Ir.." tPlorMa ><

rlsh Jlmmio and Danny Mc- gifts.IIKAKT announced this week that ad- 11 o'clock; Evening ma Allshouse and Mrs. Edna Mrs. Owen Baker Li a patient and Mr*. E. M. Robinson and cruised to Nassau. After sever- In ..\." fur HradfMdCoiiatf.
FUN DRIVE ...... .
Rac Debbie Douglas Diane mission prices for the PTA Service. 7:30: : MYF each Wed. Kllngensrnlth. who are winter In.. the U. S. Naval Hospital other relatives. al days of shopping and light In! 4.. 'a.1 ,. :
1.11.1:1Rijunnn
M' :
The Heart Fund Drive Is <
and Phyllis Jones, Gene Raul-' Variety Show here Feb. 12 nesday 8 p. m. Prayer Circle visitors Rind are considering In Jacksonville due to a Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ollsson seeing they returned to Mi- .*, Ureen I'lalntirr ...

erson Cndy Overturf Greg" now under way In Brooker as will be $1 for adults and 60 9 a. m. Monday. Rememberto joining: the chapter heart attack suffered recently. and daughter. Melanie left ami and visited friends and Ralph T Orren. IWenriiint.. .

MIke and Allen Leonard Jimmy well as other parts of the cents for children. attend the revival meeting Hostesses for the afternoonwere Mr. T11IU. father of Miss Thursday for Falls Church. relatives In Hlaleah Danla The NOTICK 8'ata Of n.III"IT Florida 'To
Brooker's Heart Fund
Temple, Terry Jo Lang- state. The variety show, a spring that began Tuesday and Mrs. Ruby Reed, Mrs Gladys Tlllls. Keystone Va. after spending/ a week and Ktwlmmee Mr. and Mrs. Ilalph T. are en, whom ...,.,..n..

ford, Brendi. Judy, Joann An- thin year Is headed by Miss term fundraisingproject for will close Friday evening. Camllle Stewart and Mrs. Heights postmaster, is a patient with relative and friends. Junklna come down from Illinois and You.. ""r..a. In unknown
Green. The drive here ar hereby notified that
nette and Danny Bass. Shirley the PTA, will feature' a va- First Baptist: (Note change Ethel Weyman.The :: In Bradford County Hospital I Clarence Holden. doctoral each winter and are in the "ompl..lnl In the c>.. tit

J'T.l1F,1.TS: will continue through next riety of acts as the name Implies In time) Sunday School. 10 a.1 next game day on Miss Tlllls Is a patient ', candidate at the University of the Parke place. ,Stiiaim llreen Plaintiff vemnie
week. Those Halph T. Or..n. Defendant.No ( .._
helping Shirleyare :
The Brooker :PTA met Mrs. including: a chorus of m. Worship, 11 a. m. Training March 25 will be cancelleddue In Alachua General Hospital I Florida. Is part of a team of Mr and Mrs E. W Revels It-tit, now penillna In tfi.
Mrs. Lewis.
Thursday night In the school Margie students from the school. Mu- Union, 7pm. Evening Serv- to co>nfllct with the annual undergoing tests. Mrs. Olive statewide educators conductIng admit that the weather was so t'lrcult Court of llradford CounIX -

lunchroom with Mrs. Ethel Joyce Langford Miss Patty sic of a wide variety, humor', ice, 8pm. Prayer Service REA meeting The cover Stevens i U expected soon to be I a survey of the Alachua rought they had few fisher- I which. Florida.you in wert Chancery perauiiallr. In
Mrs. Theo Dyal and
Bass vice-president, callingthe Blgham. .talent all promise an eve- each Wednesday. 8 p. m. ed dish luncheon. will be hold discharged from St. Luke'sHospital ,, County School System this man out. Mr. Crosby of Jack served. with prure. haa kvenamvnd
Mrs. Lea Temple. Shirley of entertainment In the Brotherhood WMU. YWA. In Jacksonville where week. ..d an that the rialntlff
meeting to order. Mrs. Lea I ning March 11. sonville, who was brave
would like to thank these seeks dlvuri (In li..i of .
for ft"arate.
a
Temple reported that about 52 Hampton School auditorium RA, and GA each first and Until further notice, the she underwent surgery Richard Spurlock of Miami enough to venture out. maintenance) with all the

books had been appropriatedfor i, gracious ladles for the time Friday evening next week third Thursdays 7:30: p. m following meeting places are hip fracture two weeks ago. spent the weekend with hisPAl'&nta. brought In 22 speckled perch.Mr. other rellof. nought In the original .
and effort that they have thus For Olive as well as her unmt>l.lnt. You arc hefe
March 12 7:30 Sunday School officers and Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Mrs. Pat No
the library from various at : p m. set: Second Thursday of each worthy by reiiulred. to file your answer
far put forth to help such a friends it will be nice to have
The PTA to Baptist Brotherhood. teachers each Saturday 7:30: Spurlock.Mrs. to the "complaint. amended
sources. agreed month at 12:30: p. m. covered on a nice Sunday after
if
So have
I worthy cause. you her l back in her Lake Geneva with th. Clerk of saId Court
pay the $8.50 for the students not done HO please make your Ha Supper Speaker' p. in.Miss dish luncheon: in Community Home( where her many friends Hazel R. Woodin of noon drive went out and explored and to serve copy thereof on.

to see the film "The contributions this week.rFRSON'ALQ Jim Lawson of Starke was Phyllis Martin mission. Church educational buildina' Gainesville II staying with Mr. the newly acquiredacreal'e Hnllln V. Knight Attorney for

Frendly Stranger". School guest speaker last Wednesday airy to Ecuador, will show Fourth Thursday each may visit her. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. that is to be the site Plaintiff. p. it Drawer'' T,
Helen Warren Community Htarke. Florida, not Inter ''tftanlarih
of ,
slides her with sound Mr
Superintendent Tom Casey Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks evening for Brotherhood and work month, Game: Day at 2 p. min Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orlner of of three camp areas for the \ IS. lDeI. 01 h..wl_ theallraatloni

was speaker for the evening.Mr. visited her Mrm RA meetings at Hampton tapes at the evening serviceon the Parish House, starting Church Secretary: requests Jacksonville spent the week- Boy Scouts of America. It is of the amendedompUInt .
aunt Allie
that the names of sick will 1.. taken a. con-
March 7 at 7:30
Sunday, ,
Casey discussed the sub- Rae Polk In Ocala on Satur- Baptist Church following a: : with April 22. member end with his parents Mr. and located between Hwy. 100 and re. Ml by you. Thla notice .kh" .llbe
o'clock. The Is Invited. folk hospitalized
ject of Civil Rights Education church-wide hamburger supper public The AARP-NRTA Area or Mrs. John Orlner Putnam Hall-Melrone Road. mihllehert.' In the next fvsr
day. Mrs. Polk Is to enter the Into her before the. .
Miss -
Karen Lee Is a candidate be phoned weekly lauea of lh HradCord4'imnly
and what It could mean Conference IV will be held W. A. Birt of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T L. Norwood I .
hospital for major surgery for "Queen of Hearts." preceding Wednesday, so that TeleBTMph 0.:
to Brooker. Mr. Cas y explained this week. The Hick also Regular family-night meetIngs March 30-31 and April 1 In In the visited his brother and sisterinlaw. have just returned from a trip WItness rny hand and the seal) ,
Let us support her with our she may record same if ...''d I I'ourt at Htarke. Fl
tho Civil of ., r.
Rights the Dinkier Hotel Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs Ray to Miami. They had ,
a
visited his brother and family, were held during the contributions to the Heart Sunday bulletin. person- I Ida, title. February 10. 1555. .
1964 and made possible suggestions Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hicks, In prayer meeting hour at the Fund. There is no registration lee Bin recently ally guided tour of the city (II 1'\' LI fcaC'harlea .

and solutions to the Worthington Springs Satur- church after a covered-dish and guests are welcome to -- Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds conducted for them by MrNorwood's A Derby
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner Aa Clerk of .ald CircuitII? r'oftIrt
Act He pointed< out that In- day afternoon.Mr. supper held at ,the church attend. For further informa- of Keystone Heights are brother and wife. I .t 3/4
tegration Is: the biggest prob- were recent guests of Mr. and local MELROSEContinued the parents of a born
and Mrs. T. J. Mann sponsored by the Brotherhood tion call James Puckrtt son.
lem facing the board now visited his parents. Mr. and group. Mrs. Harry Manning In chapter president at 473-47T5. Feb. 19 at Alachua General
and that HO far no solution Hampton. Friends of the Hospital. Mrs Is the
COMMUNITY( CIIL'RCIINEWS Reynolds I SERVICErnOSE
AMBULANCE
Mrs. Rasty Mann Sunday af I Women of the WMU also ( From Page Eight)
Manning. will be interested to
has been: found to this problem former MUM Oleda Bowen. I
ternoon. met at the church on Monday I ".-2600
There Is much to think know that they are getting on Mrs. Barry Wyman. general Eighth graders will attend Mri E. M. Robinson Is
The races have resumed In evening this week for a mission -
about concerning what l Is to Gainesville.. on Saturday study on the book, nicely In their new position. chairman wf the Annual Silver the State meat Judging con home after a brief stay, In j: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD

be done toward clearing] up nights. Bobby Jones entered "Winds of Change" telling of Mrs. John Tye John and Tea of the Community Church test on March 12 at Gainesville Alachua General Hospital In
this situation. Mr. Casey also Pamela attended homecoming .WItt C. Jonra Registered Funeral Dir et4 r
his number 23 Saturday but work done through SBC home Women to be held at 2 p. m. I Gainesville. I

reported that there Is a po had to pull out. Bobby drove missions In the United States. at Alderagate Methodist Sun- March 17. announces the following The Junior Class will present Mr. Mackenzie U movinghis I Starke. FU.
Church In Jacksonville
this time. Better luck next Next week March 7-14 Is chairmen: Mrs. D A. a play "Lonely Little clock repair work to the RENTAl. SERVICES
day. The Tyes formerly
were Nelson, reservations, Mrs. J. :' It Is comedy and Gregory Antique Shop In It J
time. Bobby.Mr. scheduled for the annual An- | Liza Lou a
members of this church and UmrplU] IIedJ Miller Wrinkle and combined. A distinguished Hawthorne after March 1.
I and Mrs. Roy Carroll nie Armstrong week of prayer they enjoyed meeting old hostess drama I
junior waitresses Mrs. Seth congressman. Billy They will reside In Melrose.
had as Sunday visitors Mr. and offering for home mission ;
friends and the general good
I and Mrs. Hertlco Alford of work with emphasis on fellowship.Mrs. Kennedy, refreshments; Mrs. -' -------= -- ,
Winter Haven and Mr. and this work throughout the William Reynolds. Sr. stage -
Andrew (Stella) Estrada -
Mrs. L. J. Crawford of Providence church. decorations; Mi's. William : .7
and
SJma Eunice:
Mrs.
-'i; ; ,
Say, by the way what A Sunday School( enlistment Mrs. Loiule Cnrter spent Reynolds Jr., table decorations 1% AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

Is thin I hear about Jack go- program, "M.irch to cnurch in Thursday and Friday with ; Mrs. R. W. Sun-
at Lake derland. tea table seating ar-
ing fishing Hampton March" Is being carried out Mrs. Annie Jones and Richard

and on Sunday tool! this month with Sunday Carter. and family In Daytona deroratlonj; Mrs. R W. Sun- I --
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home rangement-s; Mrs. J. E. Bon- -
I Visitors at the of Mr. School woiker'a visitation to Beach. They are the son and -

and Mrs. Ned Hicks last Sunday encourage attendance at Sun- daughter of Mrs. Carter. ner, guest book: Mrs. C H AUTO SALES SERVICE AUTO SALES &SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL( :'otorC'vrlt"MDOt ers

$1 Per Day were Mr. and Mrs. Doug) day' School each Sunday' Private Don Lee of Fort I Habt>nttroh. table settings: i I I '

ALL fiKW: PORTABLES Lyell of Waldo. Dinner guests i morning at 10 a.m. before the Gordon. Ga. visited his par. Mrs. F P. Egan' publicity. Inc. I Tropical Pontiac Learn Complete Beauty !Streit's Bicycle Shop
were Mr and Mrs. Leonard Mrs. William Few will have Barkley Motors, I .Women Men
morning worship nervlte. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene CultureGirls- -- MOTORCYCLES
Bavins of Lake Butler. Hull Fit-Ill Working Pearson last weekend. At charge of 'thn nursery. Inc. I TalUon Budgeted I HONDA
ersonDahmer's ] Guest The World Day of Prayer TRIUMPO Cunhman .& Veapa Scooter
speaker at Dedan
Hampton Recreation committee present Don Is confined in the I IPONTIAO FREE PLACEMENT:
Church will be held at 2 p. m March S FIATS TRUCK OMC CENTER tucatl'BSAZUfld.SPPMoinreyciesSales
Baptist Sunday night
announced this week a base hospital with a respiratory HILI.MAN SUNBEAM Special Brush-Up Courses

I was Rev. Ressle Carlton of planned "working" at the condition We hope he 5 In the First Baptist Church "'01.\0 I Central HairstylIng : ft Senrto
-
with Mrs. Robert EnnU ageneral
Fairbanks. baseball field west of town will soon recover 330 N W. 8th Art Gainesville SCHWINV BICYCLES

: I Herbert Davis of LaCrosse this Saturday March 6. Everyone Casey Dobbs and son Joeyof chairman. Men are We KpvrtellM In 33-353 I College I Locksmith &: Safe Work

,,112 K. Call Ph. !) -771! celebrated his birthday Saturday and anyone Is welcome Jacksonville were visiting Invited. SALES & smvics :218 3. K. lit Gainesville1' 'IS W. Unlrvnitr Av*.

at the home of his broth- I as long as you're wearing Community Church Women M.chanieC. S'2C.UI5
Mr and Mrs. A. D Dobbs Factor Trained Replicars Inc. I Gainesefils 37C-77I1
your working shoes!' held their annual Parlc-ot-the- I
Sunday. CARS
Palms Lururhron and meetingon 19 CLEAN USED Imported Car Specialist C'AIU'KTSHouse. .;
'
PERSONA; !
and Mrs. J. D.
Visiting Mr.
EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark Clark and family over the March 1. with D Lee Ztfll N. MAINGaIDN.w. 1'1F.RCFOr.4-R"! !
Chesnut engineer and scientist AI.FA-ROMrO of Carpets '
pent the weekend !lust week weekend were Mr. and Mrs J7I-4J7I
COMPLETE Mrs. of the deneral Electric Co. ""GI&lnOsvllle' Only C"J1'Ctflpeclalty .
where
In Atlanta,
James Hall daughter and son S leP rt Serun.. I
SL'UVICE AND Clark's father has been 111. as guest speaker: Seventy Shop"M
NEW INSTALLATIONS and Mrs. O J. Southerland of
115 S E. Second St. Gtlneivllle I
I Mrs. Williams. Hampton members and guests attended JEEP nlor.J..nw .\(; .
Mary Jacksonville.Mrs. .
TeL 171-1 111 I
FREE. ESTIMATES: i postmaster, Is working on R. E. Lee attended the this event nv Paul Travis I'am1I7 of 4 Wheel Drlv* II S MODERN; TIKK1.N this week Introduced" the speaker and:! 1 Expert Installation WHEN ITS TIME TO MOYcall *
and
Tuesday Friday wedding of her cousin. Miss I
Phone 964-2904 I with the postmaster at Ft. Carole Vanderwall. at Methodist extended an invitation to RAMIILER AUTO SALVAGE II 5.UtalnS1SS9IS:
everyone tc attend the pro- I Galnl..,lIIa !
George Island] through the Church of Christ at Nep- America\ Fine** Economy: O&? GAINESVILLEMayflower

Postmaster's Orientation pro tune Beach Sunday afternoon.Mrs. gram at the Park 8.... sad 8errle' 'Paul's Auto SalvageWe ("JLIN'RWSA. Inc.
I The Youaui People undw
gram. Frank: Wells of Lees- Buy Wrecked. Cmi. At I Call Collect 378-5234

That' Our Debbie Hicks. daughter of burg spent Sunday with her direction af Hubert Oliphant TOP I PRICESAll & J. Saw I
Business .
GLASS and Mrs. Wrinkle. Motor Co.
presented a Ridgway
Mr. and Mrs. Charlns Hicks. mother Mrs. Effle Miner. ,PAINT &: CLASS:

"If It'H Class We Have H" was graded "superior" In the Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. fine musical at the Family Ilia S KtelnS71IU MaliN.A Model I':.e4 II & Mower Co.

state Baptist music festival Massey and family of Jack Dinner on Feb 17. David (1atDeeyDl. Fart Joe Andemon.! Mgr Liddell Paint &
CALL WRITE VISIT ,,"ke-W. Will ,
or at North Central Baptist sonville were recent vllstors Bronner was master of ceremonies TvMyp llomelite Chain Saw ',"

8 FOR ANY ( CLASS NEEDSHEA'S Church In Gainesville, Saturday of their rsepectlve parents : an.d Susan Bird was nnd Any Fart for To*.. SALES: .A SERVICE I Glass Co.

Feb. 20. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Massey mistress of ceremonies, as she I B & G Motors Co."VAD1LIJ'COLDSMOBR. GaJnevvtll S7C-45I3* I Repairs & Parts All Make KYNI7E PAINTS
GLASS Griffin I and Mrs. W. R. Dix- posted the name of the per .
CO. :Mr. and Mrs. Wesley and Mr. : (irately Tractor Salea I 1
formers lr> old-time vaudevllli 441 N PMt Stork Yard GUM Mirror* SUdla O'sriT.b
: called to Stewnrv, -Mlas., .8 Serire.
were
(NOT INC.) on.Miss style. Carol Baker and Carol Encloaam Showof
Saturday by the Illness of Elizabeth Terry was 2022 N.R. Blvd Gainesville
of Warren sail* solos, followedby Phone 372-3SA I Door Window AlaC.-
"Formerly Joe Peters Class Co. his father. Friday overnight visitor GALES & SERVTCHFll Air' Conditioning HeatingRUSS'S
Mrs. C. E. Strickland In Gain- four yomng ladles Impersonating I Joist Off Waldo] RoadCONCPRTK Carpet Wallpaper 8&er.e''
We Deslfrn Modern Store Fronts Mr. and Mrs A. P. Pope .. Selection of Used' Oar .
tltieBeatles' Diana PRODUCTS
:
Just Mail Us A Pattern For drove to Ft. Walton Baach eavllls. I1gen Pat Taken On Cfcdlllaa Trades I I front C.nsuIts than.
J : for the weekend last week, to Mil: Joyce Futch and Mrs. ices Debbie Kings- SHEET lie NW Sixteenth M.OAr..rr.Rvn.l .
b
Table IJth. RL 441 THAT ALL TOUR
Tops bury and Sara Lou O'Connor ZOOI N. W. INSIST .
Selma Eunice were visiting JI: 311-11111'
visit their son and JauiMer- ,
1313: N.W. Ith PI. gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-I353 ln-lnw. Mrs. John Cone In Brooker "The Four Dimensions" presented PhONE J7 -7J1J METAL, INC. i CONCRETE THE BEST FRODCCT9ARE P'RuM

Sunday afternoon a musical treat composed I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. PLATING;
Younger of Jacksonville visit Sunday vllstors of Rev and of Lance Andrf'wOt'n.! : Besting Edwards Building i

I ed here Thursday last week Mrs. John Perkins were Mr. lead guitarist: Jimmy Wlldt LineoinMerrurYCS4USED I I'I Supply Inc. Ocala Chrome

and Mrs. J. P. Martin of and Danny Hlnrk on electrical' CARS 'e' Air Co .. ,
with the Rance Jones family. ;; 71. S. M ln-17J-4 "
sales St Service Inc.
"I Mrs C. R. Cox was hostess Jacksonville II steel guitars and Van Elite AuthorUM 'I Sheet Metal nlmvn.JJI: P-Ia Plating,
Mrs. Mae Wells. Ml Enza on the> dru. :
S Cut Those for a Stanley party at her ** ms. I Coppr, NVkel. Chromium
Blanchard. Mrs. R. E:. Lee. Area Fellowship of Community Crane .
home here on Wednesday I GARDEN SUPPLIES Cadmium, M -tal Finishing! .
morning this week. and Mrs. Caren Lee attendedthe Churches will hold a I I I 33 10 N 1'1.' Uth Terrac CUora' Buffln

Repair Bills Mr. and Mrs. EM 1 Page and wedding of Miss Dorothy I one day meeting on March 18 I Lincoln-Mercury GAINESVILLE Johnson & Paris, Inc. ANTIQUE:" CLEANING
;37 -StSl BIM. S7 ->'" Mono-:
Ross and Harold Cherry at L
son of Doctor's Inlet were visItors at Change City Mrs. William Complete Line of SILVER: BR''S COPTER
withNatural 50* E. Vnlvenlty Ato. .
here 'last week with I the First Biiptl.it Church In Wala president of Keystone GainesvIlle 372-4351 I I SEEDSPlANTSPERTIULSKS: industrial Hard Chrom

with Rev. and Mrs. Paul L. Starke Saturday evening I''HeUhts Chiurch Women. will English Ford-VolTO. -- j Automatic Transml/wlon! : *1J34 NF. 2nd AT.*. Ocala

Gas Estes and family. take reservations for the I Int"'W--Pf't' !Supg.-sa! PUI u.&JII
luncheon" USED CARS !
Carolyn Kennan daughterof Cash PaM for Ooo4. Clean at SI Anyone Inter- 'W* Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' .

Mr. and Mrs. George Ken- Ita.. No Khakta. Wool. All' etted In attending: and those 518 South Main I City Automatic I, 14 NW 8th AT*. ,''TYPEWRITERSHancock
hostess for a nlum- i who will!!! provide: transportation GaID..m. IT-mi
Cotton.
nan, was Bring to Tolegrapk.Mtru I PHONE 17t-47i : .
For "care free," "trouble free" heatlnc. cooking her party at their home Friday are aslced! to call her at I Transmission Inc. !> OaFnemlll Pta' r Typewriter

evening, Feb 2d. Six other 473-451S Tile morning sessionat _
and water healing there's! nothing like Natural '.:
I II o'clock will of DODGE DART EXCHANGE
girls were guests for the Void'* I In h..hy orh..n. that I, consist "pair .. Zseh&age. I.ADIESEAR
Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant it's!! Wlltuini.. A 1t'npl.. ( oho won, committee" reports and general DODGE TRUCKS _I I SmJth-Comna-AuUloro.u.
party. cnllrt...,il (In I Ih. I'I 1"1111 Court AU Make and UodcUTBCCKS &
I .
safe it's clean and your supply is always there. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennison .., Or.n... County KlnrliU.. at I business of the Church Women Baie.Prta8erv1ciPependalele 1 CARSDjrmnoroeter Cherry'sOmlnearlUe Dealer

and family lulled his father III. full term Ihvrrof A. 1IHS1 Lunch n will be servedat I Ciars'VIet.rT.taUaAddIng
GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE Charlie Dennliion. at ;. .i.t (thf nffinH. of rii. enIeent.nt 12:30: and the afternoon l l Vised t.as'uPooleGable PraTht.dWORE Moot P'ubloo.b1e Machinm. CkiIStOTSAL *
,
therefor. to I4f, .. will I sessions! with speaker from Address For Ladle I I i -SERVICE-- RE>TrAL3.SATE
:Mucclenny Sunday. nppl! fur clvnirm y t to the 'Smtr.
STARKE NATURAL GAS Mrs. howell Wllllnms was ll.mr.l, of l'Mrl..n, T.M.hH......r. the Chllooca. Indian Reservation Motors GLARANTIEDBUDGET DRESSES-SUIT--TO.%TSMITERNTTT '. TIME-.dteraw row r*.
Florlilu., at Iti nest. mrularVIIIUm In FLAN WEARACCF..SSORIES ..IrrmrnU with '
Oklahoma.Stewards a. flrrt.
CITY HALL PHONE 961-2351 hostess Thursday for evening a Stanley laanl.l I of the Community 119 5P.. K Av*. Gainesville 1409 fl, Main I : I r| 431 N Main St Otneaviil.:

at town hall. I A 1'..,..-.nil Church mcrt M<>nd-,. March\ l PHONIC 373-434) Gainesville. IU-Slt. I 105 W. CnlrerMtr., GaincevIBo 1 Phone :379-SMl
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