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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03622
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Knight Cites 'Shortage' As Basis edt \ Williams





For Audit Speed-Up- Request! Y Bids For I Sheriff I II


The County Communion meeting here Tuesday,

of Attorney If V I
again rejected a request County

Knight that a "rush order" be went to Tallahassee d r Wllllaid" WlllUm.> Ill\ 'vi'ai Pxv: >lnri>i Adv.ef with Troi';'

for .audits: of county offices that have not yet been e t old hI! nWI, UisiUoKt, i. mint'' ,'37 'in Jackxonvllle\ (In rc<.otinitliin

received y M deputy. nheilff', anitouni'.'.1! '"'a >r nlA work with th

r. KI IMht'r request backed' bya support hPturlf. and child, and tPlltllV s 1 U "rUIKlllliltl, foi S
letter addressers to the board )lost her job when the local( ) of Khl',1, of lust foul count) Camp WilUrd Wllllantxnaiuetl
In which he nave his reasons rirlul claimed to the Unlvrf o>tj subject to the Mm' urlinmujWllluin III his honor on tintith -

n for wanting the adult went city that she wa short with '1 '* enti. v bl'"II&III& .- ultle' of Sam '8011 l.oak'

L unheeded after Commlsuljnrr him. and hu been unable to total! to foui auitounoril our" IU i III a 'rtrrnn. of Wni Ul WAn

Jerome Johns and Mrs obtsln other employment boraimn dldalr' fat the uffli', i.Hhri. and own his home <

Jessie Chastaln expressed th' of the alleged mhoitnge I are incumbent I' I 1) HriMmh' '' BUik-,
ue, I opinion that audit irpoitt She In moat (inxlous for thl 4a nil old 1 Not man ant, Ji>imluinHUillnu Mr William 1 Is married l I'>

should be released at the discretion audit to bi flied so that ,li' the" latt i 111\ opp.ni the". former! M-'Hi nitskln or
rf the state auditing will have the adviiUagi of rut' of Knldlsh tout n-iiri., II iii1111.11I0 l I... ..try and they have thic

\ department the official audit In clrnrlnt \\'\ I III a nulivr, o 4"m' and one daughter

j A Mm I In r request by Kntah'! herself, and ao that she mlA (It'OiiiU. sod brrii II imUlcn In m km* his annotiitremeiit "<

deadlocked the commU,lin speedily obtain other emplox of Bradford County for II : L hI sitlil. 'I I have alw vtrun .

"i two weeks mo when Cammis-: mrnt which the greatly needs yeses' He was rntployrtt nut, Intel.ted. lit the welfmaf '

I' stoners Runnel) Green and Carl mid rrqullrn." + yeai, with the Humphrey' children. and trrnunrip "
(fold Corpcratlol1111111111 tltfvtrd. I will d '
If
'flally
Prevatt backed' the attorney Sheriff P. D. Reddish, whose' f op
' Rabcrti* 1 rUtI"n.' Camp HUmluvlid verythlni pnsslb to sn" Ihvl'
\ but Johns and George of fire (though uniiamH1 t
New Acting Postmaster dlrarnted ?Ii'll. Chanlaln ..'ai by KnUhtl U generally be.I later worked for flvr yeara RI ,they have a whoUanmn Uwjbiillns
s siipervtiioi' with, Aiitch" ; community In whk<'
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absent that occasion.
on lleved to be. the one refrrre4In
T. C. lliijwn Jr., whim* offlrUI. appolntmrnt aa pwitnmolrr In a letter to the board rpmmented after the meet Coiwlructloit Co out (Ir Jack 10 live
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I .>f the Sturke punt office Mill .hi announ.wt! .i noon autthe dated Feb. 13. Knight Unk Inl' "The Sheriff rare Is on "Miitvllle item &pt. | lout 1 t :Mr WUllnrni saM tart. h
July 33 I PIJJ he terveil \Mltlillilillliinit. \ ,
a* a '
f far
b tllat
, I'. H. Rents ...", nnll. It. assumed th* dutlnt a* fee-ling; note that one member'of and Holltn. JCnliht ha entered wmilil anyone
I p<...tiiitrr here taut Friday. Fit-turret above. .hi Mr. Hum. this Board wondered why., It The State has. comp. County depute.. At sheriff, .Iri Ilradfuid Mr W.ilMiiu:; |14 M ant'mb'1 check his record, for qualiflrations ">
l".lIt h l
emUlciyiKl < inont1''
the 33 '
I (right) .receiving his Certificate Appointment .* artingpnatnw.trr ; I suggested that the Board stk tent auditor, partial to no one aa a salesman' with of Ml&rtl:1IIUr..t uaptltl durlttii ,
served d"I'ut
, the State Auditor to predllt I They'll brine out' the Church and ha that h. a ahere
fran 'Kay K. Mmidrfiir. |p..tal. .aervlr. officer. JwkKonUllf. pet lion. gateway Chevrolet Ct. bren actlv
complete and file with our and will publish the '' In IMP Mi-niit ,
tarts work.
: servlnit a4
Tincertificate. waa.Irnrrt by John A. <.,.........1, !
Clerk copies of the audits. audit& at they see 1&. Reddmh!
{ l'. "M. Por tmiuiU General._ I Klmiieit ere .h..UN MuluMllna. ; buralni'situl.. ; fmm ,lh.| $200.000 SU.hcdCoiniiiissioii
"In the first Plot'e'j'' I< added null sad ..*((... ear .f Ih* ......mr I ''Knllhl', letter said "1 try to.IM. Sheriffnot' I I! wkk'4h|
' Council Stumped ': audits are past due and should'' the bookkeeper;" he commented r.uhl fir* .last tte.lnrrlay. nlsbl dulni ."..-he .........1 TrimH ',-

have been completed anj cop. "All that Mr. Knl hI la the car ......... sad .....11. Stalemated '

1, lea filed. I la doing .U damaln the re-

Housing Needed "In the second place," htl I II pupation of the person Involved. ''. Mail Baggage Burned I II Conrlliousronl: ( O"ts r

1, continued "I 1 am reliably In- ." Reddish uald ,I I Without Quorum

formmniU-li>n.T* nturtril thrlr"triiiitnliiK" '
In short and U blaming Action the letter and IK"I.ht'a !
For Rec. on "
Dept. Fireman iirwi'o with architect: Frank (i. a young lady mho formerly request almost slipped
I worked In his office for the bv CommiMlonera who Iiijuied'Iii Council t..tey'a\ tallest stalemalMi! lo mutter, city a Tues.lny,. lopiilmr 1177.71''') off the wntlnrmtnl. ,( ftmt: of

this lady denied to th* new ri>iirth ii..... I
nhottage i young were busy b-twlln an ear quorum. :Monday\. night to cutlitu "
Chidren.; a* almost anybodywill any shortage on her part Architect Frank Oor e of Pa 'IU rr..wd. tn-tln of The downward rnkloll mat. nf )how miifh' In..* etiuntvnulil .
[ agree are aometlmn a and seemingly connnced the talks who met with the troop Train. Blaze. m :jO was iri4'l' (,MMMtbl. by a |pro .. rMr| )' an a .turns .>.< n

ii :: I Ie problem.But auditor. many of the Item to dlnrtw the now courthouse ell, two member showed "post In. hour .crKtiltlira' ) year, .....

: what I la worrying then first claimed against' her Site'! The group was on the way. i up at City IUII and.. Chairman *.lf
rk. city council most this then procured a position at out of the courtroom! ..hen l hell flhufot' ..IKMIIMMW t arena' .r"tr'lI. | |<.rMmnl 'In lh "'ar'l.t. raising' t tIe\ mlllage,
week .U where to find a bulklr the University. In order to Crmmtaiilun. Chtltman Call City::' rtrvman Kl=a.l>in '..t". train .boons 1 for Miami.Mapp /. lit. ..Ion until tli. regular l>r.*..nl i.iiurtli. >i>M. 1".t.,1 d, ha.tnrvvtnua< a Mmd. ""eu.. a.tlind

'' g( to houae recreation' faclll -- Prevatt reminded the! Com was |njurl' lal'. W dn...1'1'1. was ,,1.'ruin m-lin* .UK, March J 'liwur|..rallnM.. Itwm lit ''h. .... i-rtinra( ., anal( | altl' ,
ties to keep the children' from nlNht" when the lire IVfrt.. l'h. tfi l M tiitlVI II"
mlMlotien that they had not > >r< County <'''vltl milliard and CnuiirllmanItryanl ,) ) ( front the /'..I..1/ gnv.rnmn
becoming a problem. In abort acted on KnUhfa. rw .treat Volunteer yleems. were Monday __III.. .but will *>. .HeddUri.. ..,. Uk* unit Thl rr.-t.( | wmiMIMMBIM make 1& *._ diru..i.. ArrhltictfiMirga
the council .la faed with the Prevail" asked. Circuit Court lest to put owl a fir 1 In th. unaitl. to rvturn to acti.* .
duly m.mb.ra" MI hand' tat, the r.- |I. r...>M. *pr. In |this' ulunl..rwl, ti> rail <>'>
,I problem of removing Its reere Clerk Charier Darby If U w. mall car of a .,..bo.eI Coa.t. at the f1rhtfua. for an.,thr i.as.d' ....,,1H1 Ihal' became |>,..|MMil. mew MMrttHHM Iron ....1..1 aitth.irllU" ,.* .*.4ln In

II I e talon facilities from the Scout unuauil for the audit to b-l _'b. It. rr-l..'.>l a .,.,. tee. eaary when. 1& 93 5111., ,. ,.,.'I," w.i4r| fat tit* arrhltmta llrailforU. b.half,

hut on the Pratt& Street Play I to lone In rotnlni back to the | 1 |t..wlun. mt on hi" (l.ft "hainlillr mil .! tit. u.i regular. m..tln ..Omit/ I. basal| ..rfKjfamt 'r... ('"mm".Iu"." .tI!

Tround. But the RecreationDepartment to County .ily n, .r his. fln..r.. 'intt\f\ it imi .Mii. l 1oo oven {lu HM.U, to It M.If niece, with U.ur/e a4.u. n I
'
ha no place
Derby Mid his own offlr. *'al) e 'I 1 didn't "'.It know anything let m..tto>n to adjourn" .1./( ..,* fat( Lasts. unH..r phial MNrit IU' ether lh" '..ft''''I*

go. audit wan In Tallahassee al | had h.p..1 l 'I. ntr A"'Jrr", .. City hail Monday plan wmiM .bo ....1..1! I Jaws J I Marclt. 3 m.'lin< t.'ommisat ?'

'.nt The Rotary Club has asked mot five month' before a report < > ......t at 'fleet W. ..*.. "lryn| "Hh ...f. fr fin a" .lliml>l !'.*..1.1.M| liroicwl I, '". J.... ".17'. Juhne ..11'of I
the to the bulkt- was went' batk to Uw
city vacate k+ to .et t"fI" ,* owl Thr C'mltitlmait. Warn. ..I.( .. ... ...nu having .a flnani ,ul ..!.>. i
Ins<< *o that It my be used to Count 1 beltew. th* flherIff
Inrnoaw th* program of Scout ; '. and Judaea audit wet mtMt .IM*. |been _.thli. on .ey .110 .r a'' ..10o4. ..nlplnIC .. ,/ At; .) .t frum Ih* |psp..in l lf land ho t.r l h IW r- '.' r t.poe4 1[.

.1 Troop 70. which the Rotary completed- abort a month ato. < :".* chef of the. rat that rut 1 nt 1 i'&r.u..tJ i( r..o T ol bu,uting wa. (l.l 0451 .tile|i> r. fin fli,*rt 'ln'"r |
a1: ,hand I ......'1 .Kv any "r-il, i at5551 > C II Cal'
'pon or Mayor Randal) ChlI \- It tometlm take four j$4 '
I ty read tee letter from Rotary cr five month V> let the report t.U. .. what It ...." ......* old. t. ;7.- 1 tit. .u.. (U..* s.4h.4. 'I l 'I Ig
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,...,.. (llrnwnaU .. .
king the eit? to move tic back," Darfrr said n/mxt .u ."n..1 .1 'g' spat
Judge T. .\. Yawn recreation equipment and of* 'Whether" th* tudtt U laU ..t 1 1rwwM" .h>..,....1....| for .ntoh* In. .:autiMpd.ef. rt|. Itllb-. I' usI'e

'Ice 'a* soon u poaalfe!w." or not. f rant ass, I'm not the Mlslbn. taut wa ,..*..**>l after --. .< .nn.U.1. .a nul. .>f lit,,'./Una1f :

Yawn Candidate We gave. to have a place t judge rf that, Darby aid '0 a lw( *o.th .hrliTtk II' tIA .that. the fw.a4,

to now, you can't eloae dawn County Commlwla wr Jfrm + Vise |i*..Mmnl awl w_ 'Is" sge..d 111.11 J
-- .-- Jnrin said 'lore Stale' Ik* t>..*.... teats& .t to.* Mar, : -; U the* .de" :slat I f 1
like that. Chair
man* procram Ruby. John stated _. Charl Parby Auditor'* Department wi un.nertaffed. e hirl l-..*4 railway, ttntMnfMar MI pt m..ri....t *i-i .a. r h

For Ne\vTerm\ 'ralI) ,...... The problem fin the 'We Nt the bond Heard' on. the vay In c if I i a...J *t*>i ..*...*.! eaMe,

council) doe not hart a place : for earn cUte*. but ill th* Inset t.....,.yI whfo the leer .. **,i'. .fa thf waIn..*

to more tar recreation faellittea Darby Bids aiKlltlnc depanmnt'f Job It 81 I <.raa tIe ..e.. fh!/ "i|** vfr .. uM!

County Judge Thrron AYawn : ao they can U1I .be.. nrar U., that ."etrthlnf .U May In r,.,.". .1a.,...dy. aaadU ( t I.|.).(. ,.., '" f'-i

now enmplrtin hutMrd I. I either of th* en,.', two pity Ownty .tp.ndlttlvo! John tL'ng _.* palrutlay' the 41' nayf4t'i.f. Tit*
haa
term In office an, c round*. For Fourth Term acid, la.tey a,*a oh!*. loa .pvl c. g..s'MM, .iha4 .01 .N
nouncrd ft r n-ei.etlon In UM After ehllCllNnc the prob.lrn "If UM tudiuw Ihou.bt .. 1.a.; IAsr' 1 r.. Money ear a...4offtrtat tw4M.4 1 :t '."t.. ae I In, ei
May prtmarlri. trwMtld meow about an .''''tl'<, ., n''v ..111'! > '
t
Ji/die Yawn, who a !*.m atmc'h.. in so onaucrevfui CnarV A. Darter !slum. they would t.ll.. When tn SAL '* M_J..a.utvliis10.ady : ,r 4 'l.( *!>.,.., "w 'I
effott to find MitabH Tax >> |the rr
of tie JureIConttnued Assessor
serves U |ud.e aerttMtlona .
ben Clerk of lit* Circuit many itront are Pace Two) *rtft..M' Ut* recreation Y:5." Chief: n C ,.fu4i 1 !*. r >
on _.
.nnounr 4 a. a.nchd.te floatm around tlUtI'1 a" .
Court hoe .J......, r. '.l 1 ::N
department mat-man Jonn. lor t... *.cUon It now, the awll. < aVpartaitent .a.vaOy f .<4. **M Ih. *./ wee "811..1 J, K, Kelly Of ...,.._

ejommrntwd. M fooUah I the off** winch h. .hag ,Mid h.n4>.a the ettatMowish Asks Re-election t-. with ..... _"/, ._ (n '... fl.t1.r .t ll'lr
Th. Cotnanunily pent llIjMM a year on a rereatUon """"
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ins .tin hostage Ib.rw"
.tnr* 151 dUcTKknn.'" JoeifM said .I
..._'. flg >' 1 'c''
State Dank bulklinIn- provtant whh-n, without A naUv and tt>Ioo_ ,...ldmt rt_att taw bore with 0._ L[:''. rNeldal .. k. .*- a ,.., (.. (.. lath > Tax CollectorIs (, ..n. a .mo>iiaini ,* > -' '> ..
to cerKturtJ
And of "mart. Mr O.,.. Win .. .e wgeil wr -aee4. a. 14a aatiidut fee r* ear TB apn'a how H4 ,. a ...i itA Vt: ..4 f I.a'50'pre i4t .. U. .\. C ttuuyre.n't;
>* acUrtUe .... w a City CrwmM.M.n.r Jaw Ck.. n.I" ....... .hwrit..4.a.LI .
d tw .
i y.an ..u.an t., dew of TatAa ..... a4....''ea's r.'. .b
Tne Florida flank Ttbr.rd finally agrretf tow taut r*.,.*.. When the a1ton eel ha4.- ft.,..... Candidate
Counrik." and tour lists a' .. 0'.4: 44 C.w1w ,
abmM Urw-i tog .p.... .......".... t Ir.p..e.ir '
rmung a r n
At !Startr Mayor dwtru Wartd War II get tr TM* v ewU t.. the .bier tn th..* May Mmu1a1iiw ....4 .,55 tsi.1'. Green Seeks
'nuw..t for .Iw- alaaaeA
... Inaporaryantt! H. M a --Xir* Of UwCburrh. Bet_ rtmt I fl ,bkeTN I.ew.w O.ueAadtual 'am.tM.n. Ml tMraln Ybw.e( aN Ih* MMr w/. *> .*.. PM-MIM,. ,iat .iitn
Be Closed spas a as'ww -*
will porro d Orr .. aatow. Ian sail'theft ... t K 1 K* _y .,.r,uir3 ,thY
.nanent trortiar tan berert" Lena .ff" Mr ll ..! -< f irl* *MMK h *f a )ell _r th* ....,"!.,.. wof
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All Day Saturday eeo mew of UV .$.flrwnel. Plow ttuwipYUM' the 41tedgerm .. If fUrl*.<. >.. .oki I" I'd web .._ fM .*._ a* a .A4t..ti*> to Ih"* C'.nc0.'*.a'-'..-..* Defender Post
Coat of a hutldle Ur.- la ofTler. bury naw-- Preett wee f. a.Mkm. <**vunu* to *>r.<* Uw pr.ylqM -.rwaw.g' ,.....e0 the ...ruii.eee.4 <_of >1-,, "If ..* 71 CM..4.Mf bawl. ISM -.a ii.*,n C14.> r" .f
J',1a. :: apprvrtoUoa. ./ ta the. pw n4a aid.. 1__ aag5sd. thai Pw fficlh nrarff'/r*} CWM 'seal,
caMTUMNM. ..
UM raw ...... lab the ., .
....,..,. \O hin the -fi 4 -e** Met pwobtad. ir.tA""
t;.{ ri. "MA1a=tee ..rerrealM f.ttStir..could pe b* of Bradford pasty far b.tnt .-.- .4ye. .w1L Qa-as' saSMer eat .M hrwN raa.l.v 11M. -.'-' .rh .p.d' A ti... sad .,........ eel .* ihy e..M. n.e.i.. 'Ml.nnsa N A. 0*"ri Jr of al.a.

RirtMayTnU allCln .tea. in vl- MKTb. rJr_. .s4 .........--. .'A4Mt Mat J k.th! '>f le,14e hredbel" __CeWNy..... lie lit 4o.d.. w e. ..-..a .u.... has .nnm.n<-.
A t..c.l J fi.bd.ay' _11.--.*. n woe test- ..- '. _mn ly fw1ber __ rw4.,. tow IS. PM.aeer- ..... Iwo .$0. M.eiMee .... scale ..I i.-.l.U tkm to tint alfe. ofInthste
.M.. fJr 4 riwUon M //H7 Ii.,4i.t ....... try M/a. otWM. an Mfkaenikaa .. aait 44 wta1* *I aaaa ***ns.d IMM h** Wa a MM. 1 ** .... tIe>-_ a. Ciro rta Cb..s4! KMtter ............ **.e.5'fb..ad..t oet\4n' fur the stnlwht.l
Mr Dar y ii aMrrl"** to *
backer .* Uu a*. ......... I. a.rv. Ye.la -.c, ., .__ .
I' that /5l
need Ih* k..1
5Mf Contnbqtcd' er.anewfevtaa Ca.wii1wh.ew1R.rd .
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toraarr Wma> ....&. sat .... .... lCTMMMy. haul HIM Cretat U* was ap-
Wwllr! to Pnblkii TBJW.. that atevMitaatia k* ease O ry urn four elltW.I.Rtr Jewel. woe had .... IYM 4 ...rwewiItk.a. ,. be fee es.Iaew ,.-. p. rv_ aa lh* *.- .*>. ......... Mi'f' .,-4 IMeonlaoas. plJllllt4 b the. posh whlen wit.
xn0anitjr Etrcnu by M .-rw-t a buM ftI atanna* peed. Es a.. R/weill.,. .1 II saw. fr MI*. ast** a4T the0o..Mlwry ... U s-Mf-Mvt to the |.-jA -.* ** _Art lilt pwpwl
loa the ttumttrt. MTV fait b-afU. : attl .e,1 nI 'we .w *a .t. whs.. fin eon[ */ vw eMm wetw IIe.b.. ,. >"M Mv* fOt.N55. cad tart .* scads W tfe* ......y m I tI bM..I. costs byh.. 141 t.tki-

The CommunityState love M C K Mt parUkAt Uw ca.-wYw r ....., ..... .too.* la MMfw be .wily .M"w.d t_ (flay h.'. f*.ar ri.>*r_ tt fia laMtf eat :JIM>> *a-M.* insure,
ties aa i__.tn W Ch.r. TIM T0 ckwd. fgeh.t 1 > auMfcf Vn >t Hat' .Iewsrtbe. n. elm of former C' SCaanwman
Oft *< (.. 4 tar .. aunrf .....
rev w. *** 3 .sat wwhaw. ,fa, tU. .. w..Mhe> i .
> Sal hid .aswa.ehws
...rw.WI H. A. tart
sees Mmm K waa dots/. --...* ...... a- .. La1.I. .
fJI isles .eI- IK* Iha4w ..... C1wIef U'den4 east .. ,
Bank WI Kith eai4. ,.. ... C.t 'h waJ.I J N.s.iai. .
(tan. u a graduated
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4 UM a-'amri' ./ taw ftcr Ml. 1- to twrrrd WI.r MMllrs
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a .ntaday M 33t ..ws'54 fcfkC af art fAir te. Iowa ear M v.ey as4ystilt. ...,..... tow aa f>*. vf ..5Aera. .'**<..M( <'....., fleck ('1M,". from 0rd/-Mi. County HI h
ataan C..raMS..f the aman- -IO1A wilt. I' fta.ekdvr'ai. Iles .IM.hred .... R.l'weyCa.igaw.l M.van' ....... a" Uf6 A..ot X M ., ..... .
.. In IM *..(M/aj) .- tee' "" CW.I" .,. .. that Mi hunl tn ta"< aM attended
0.0..1rI..4 eo Psew Tw'' .w1 .. e..4. -r-, "boy" .... Is/M s isle. C--- aA ....e 'tw., C-- Sat **..*. T.*. isaCsa ... .. t..I'$ .'.... sets.. .nI&nw04 oa r><. T'eOjjJulien




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t1GF TWO BRADFORD ONTY: TELEGRAPH. ST.\RKJ..2DIUD.\: : THVKSD\Y. FEB. 20, I II'
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rauler- 1 Li Heart Fund blood pressure.
: \ son and son of Oalnenvlllevl : Housing Needed I Contributions may be left Tax CollectorIs

L.I l' i . A
( I Drive SetA

\ l/ I Mrs.on Sunday.George Anderson has : For Rec. Dept. I, Funeral SundayFor Candidate

.returned from a two months ____ house to house canvas*

:: I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dale I S' ______ win be staged for the 1901 1 McGee InfantCarl
I ..' Gladys Mooty Van Sickel and daughter in I (Continued from Page One] # faKL : Heart Fund drive on Hart (Continued from Page Or!
.- Phone: 964-0651 I Los Angeles, Calif I tA.f) I. -- L1 Sunday Feb. 23 according ta; : Anthony McGee. infant
p he can, if re-elected
'wo
''cll would meet Wednesday l Mrs. Pat Cauffman. chairmanof son of Tony and Macll Kulght
.. Misses Jean Mundy andFrances 1 1 with Rec. Dept. Head Frank harmoniously' and in cooP!
.,. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- Mrs. R. M. Rlherd and son Cannon of Tallahassee -, Owsley to attempt to find ft\ this event. McGee, died suddenly FYWay'1 atlon with\ the other officln
,
I man were Sunday ffuesca ofiMrs. spent the weekend at the I spent the weekend with more satisfactory solution to Mrs. Bea Farber Is serving ,' morning at the residence lit' Whom the people elect." I

I M. Hallo -Whltmore and1 Tampa State Fair and Lflkj Mrs. W. B. Mundy. the problem. as County Fund chairman |I Lawtey' He was born In Bu- He expressed appreciate,

I daughter. Capt. Patricia Whit Wales. I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons I Turning to Rc. Commute* again this year and has announced I! channon, W. Va. on Aug. 18, !' to the people of Br"adfo
more US Air Force, at their 1 Mrs. Laura Tlson la I 1963.
Spending the
following co-
and
I family of Miami Chairman Ode Wiggins Mrs. i COW1U' for their cordial suJ
: home in Keystone Heights. this week with her lIon.ln'I I were weekend guests of Mr Johns admonlah, "You'll be workersVictor Frees, Special I I Surviving, besides his par. j| port and cooperation in tl;

I Mrs. Xollman ,and Capt. Whit- law and daughter. Mr. and and Mrs Lee! Chambers.Mr. I /sure to do that tomorrow I IIWed.l. GUts: Mrs. Cauffman.: Heart enta, are his paternal grandparents past.

; more .are on a business trip Mra.J. D. Smith, In I Mrs. Etta Fay Gill. Oscar
Tampa I and Mrs. W. F Ilerlong I ], won't you? Other .. Sunday; I Mr. and Mrs.
$ to Scbrlng: for several days. Mm. Robert S. Pearce o( had as visitors during tlv) members! of the( committee are j cannister chall man, assisted :: McGee of Melrose and maternal Caxh Paid for Good, Clnl

Dr. It. Q. Bolllnger was In Ashevllle, N. C. was guest last weekend Mrs. Christine Lay- Councilman Seeber Goodman' Group; Of PrIzes. Heinz\ OfferedDenmark's by Mrs. Jos. Warren: S. I... I grandparents Mr. and Bug. No 'Khaki or Wool .j

Orlando over the weekend attending week of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. I field Mr. and Mrs. Robert end Carl Humt. I> Peek, treasurer; Miss Shirley \ Mrs. Glen Knight of Lawtey. Cotton. Bring- to Telegraph"

.he Child Evangelistic Smith. Moseley and daughter, and Mayor Randal Chltty also i Holding Open HouseIn Green, Brooker chairman; Funeral services. were held

State committee meeting. Barry Smith Is an unher In Mr. and Mrs. T. J. LayfIeld urged! that something be doneto Mrs. Lillian< Pearson Lawtey: In Jones

Mrs. Wesley Andrews has the wedding of hiM rouMln, Bill I of Fort White. Mrs. Lucie Par. provide( a permanent building Newly Enlarged Store and Mrs. Leroy Thomas, Re- at 3pm. Sunday ics
visitors Mrs. L. R. will be appointed I Memorial Chapel with Rev, -
had Others
as i Murray, in Jacksonville this nrll of Lake City and Mr. and for the reel'ration facili no.
.. Roberts of Lake Butler last ties. The National as the drive progresses Mrs. Lacy Conway officiating. Bur-
present
,.., evening (Thursday) Mrs. W. H. Bteinmcyer, Mrs
Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. A, J. Thomas Sr. visited I L. M. Ritch and daughter, and Guard Armory wan. mentioned The Denmark Furniture I Walnut and Washington Farber said.It I: fed wa in the family plot in
.. I Co., located at 434 W. Call St.,
RUMen, Hewitt of Dukes last Street about 1927 Its first
m, Mr. and Mrs.. Joe Wood and Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Ilerlong of as a possible/ solution to the I is holding! house this was pointed out that the { Hope Cemetery at Theressa
Friday: but decided open downtown location the of death in the ,
Jaek onvl1le.'I problem the council was in leading cause
family In Hawthorne from I DeWitt C. Jones inI
weekend and giving a with
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes Mr. and Mrs. Don Page anl /! It Is not known when away block adjacent to Rosenberg's U S.. below age of 65, are.
to
'p' were visiting relatives in Port Monday Thursday 'I MlHS Dot Green Reese visited the proposed new armory wili:: thousand dollars worth of ,present store. diseases of the heart and'FBIE I charge of arrangement
Lauderdale the weekend.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harvey merchandise In celebration of
vu over Pvt. Don Page at Fort Gordon be built and that the rec pro 1-
has of Atlanta, Oa. and Mr and Its latest expansion program
J. W. Klncald returned I
Augusta, Oa. over th"! gram Is too Important to watt
from two week visit Mrs. Tommy John and son Refreshments will be served
a
..... weekend. for such a possibility.
in Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville will be week. Mrs. Tyler Jones of Stark" In other action at Tuesday'. and vUltors are welcome t3 I or\ n
'If' end of Mr. and Mrs i browse around.A s
C. C. ,Hoppe guests and Mrs. Aggie Jones of Calla. regular meeting/ the council: '
". Mrs. Sarah Hunter son. Jim Ritch and Mrs. Daisy hnn sppnt Monday to Thurs Approved a $1.600lidewalc/ $230 aofa wiblJ\ th ,t 'i4I'

Theron and daughter Sonia Ferryman.- day with Mr and Mrs. Charles paving project In Reno so grand prize with 19 other

.... Dcnt the weekend with relatives -! Mr. und Mrs. Ben Rowland children can walk to school items for which friends anj '
Washington WSfS
Godfrey In 30. Word or Ices, one time M Ilftn rlaJ... 1tMo'litlO. be pel'

', in Zephyrhills and spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Ga. without !getting on the road I customers are Invited to come I' If net paid' tn advance. _ 1.00 Card. of Thanks, u? (. Ie word ...
Tampa including a brother- Loral admittances to Doc Mrs. Nelson Green and MrsJ. The new walk will run from In and register. .
and Keyed or BUad Ads 1.00 Over SO word So per wurl
in-law and sister Mr tor' Hospital. this week fn. B. Bakkcn and their families Brownlee St. along/ Pine to The Denmark Co., Starke'i
Mrs. Z.; O>. Tyson. who left cluda: Mrs. Lucia Thomas spent Saturday in Jack- North St. Carl Hurst, chair. oldest furniture establishmentand 1 Each additional word ever 10 U Display ad .ID cr-tf'led! IJiG per ...

Monday for Africa Mrs. Nit* M. Andrews, Kenneth sonvilla. man of the Street Commltten recently added 20% more I

Mf. and Mrs. C. D. Williams Harwell, Julian Allen Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hard Bald work would begin "as. floor space by enclosing the :,i -- HELP tANTEDMALEDetermined, I II FOR SALE!:-Minnows 4 dz FOR SALE Collie puppl''

.Uj and daughter, Janle. of Jack Courson, Katherine Starling I, nnd Mr. and Mrs. James V soon as the weather permit! area between Its U-8hape 1 I and aggresvlvd $1.00, Shiners $1.20 da.. WU-I beautifully marked $23. Mr

,I 1w ,Donvllle' were Sunday visitors Winrtm! Frank'StarllnK, all of Crosby and their familiesvUltcd I Chairman Johns reported building giving It over 130') I man needed to train for a'I glen 81.00! cia and earthworms Walter Martin, 4.Mi mil.

t. of Mr and Mrs. One Winning Starke. Mr. and Mrs. L. W I that according to Information feet frontage on Madison I permanent position with a 81.25 per 100. Come tSumner's ; : north of Starke Mi mile o:

Mr. and Mrs, William Barry' In Bronker on Sunday IIhe received at a recent Clvl' Boat Center 241 301 lit road north of Thoi
Street.! solid future In the Finance
1f Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren I
Whichello of Bollvllle. Mich Friends of Phyllis Darby will Defense meeting that in casf, hour service. 833 W. Pratt St. Truck Stop. atehg 21'
and son 'ot' Savannah, Oa were "We built one side of our Field. If you have a high
visiting Mr. and Mr*. R I --
.111 were of an atomic disaster! approximately I II II
: regret/ to hear that she hrokn One blcck cross Orange St. Itr t FORRENT2"= hou
1 school education and automobile ,
S. Firth last week. weekend ffuests of Mr.\ and 10.000 evacuees present building In 1946 and an Read The Clasaifleda! "
and Mrs. Frank Hlxon Mrs. 3. S. Sapp.and! family, her left thumb last Friday thought that would be all we'deVl'r we are willing to of tel "FOR"SALB bedroom un- trailer. Westmoreland Trail.
j\\. Mr. from Jacksonville will be rout- I
,tbI I and family of Savannah. Oa.I. Local admittance.* to Bradford while playing<<: with a dna ed throuirh Starke. She advised need" owner S. O. Denmark you this valuable training I IF YOUR NAME IS>'1 i furnished house. Screened I II Parfc.: Phone S69-2151. tfch
Mrs. John Love Wilkes "' 118vhdtlnA' f
were weekend guests of Mr County Hospital this said. "About thres years from the! group up. Excellen front and back porches. FOR SALE Registered" bIer
... Roan and the Police Dept. and other
Mrs. L. L
and Mrs. J. R. ,Hlxon. week 'Include r Mr. OxelleGothberg Mrs. R. R. Thedo in Jacksonville agencies" to, be aware of suc'i later we ,purchased the building fringe benefits are Included FOUND AMONG THE,I Hardwood floors Nice neighborhood angus bulls. See Lucian Cor

Dr. 'and Mrs. Argin Boggui Paul Starling1: Mr*. possibility. that connected with ours Apply In person to Town near Shopping Cant ner. P. O. Box 640 or phor.

""I of Tavarel will be weekend Dorothy nag. .well., Mrs. Bert to .the and past Mrs.week.Mr. W,. W. Selleri-!! a Accepted a report" from City and formed the U-shape. Now I Finance Company, 226 N CLASSIFIED ADS CALL|II| ter. Phone- --969-2831.'---:-*_...-tfp 4-2904.._ 4tchg 31 I

".. gueatts.' of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Woods, Lester Prevail, Mrs. of Burlington. N C. were overnight Surveyor Merrill McMillan we've filled in the U, added Temple Avenue.- tfchg AT TilE TELEGRAPH''} MAJOR OIL COMPANY -has "FOR SALE- 1955 Chevroi.l.

Chaitrem' Mildred Snpp.\' : Mr. Mildred guest! Monday of Mr that assessments! for the/ De*- parking area In the rear and 'I j excellent Service Station toM pick-up truck Good eondatIoCell ,
Attending the Woileyar moved offices to the (rente INSURANCE OFFICE FOR A FREE: lease to qualified
Griff and baby Pamela Luke, and Mrs. Claude Crowson. sent Road sewer project will i person 969-1984, or see M
I AT EDUCED HATES
= service Guild annual rneetlnn'; all of Stork; ]Mrt. Mamie Mr and Mrs. H. E. Bradleyof total $3.019 for the Id par. of the building," he said. AUTO naB BOAT TICKET TO TIlE FLORIDA .?i Financial assistance and dealer i Lee. it

in Cross City on Sunday weroMM. Butler of Hawthorne: Mrs. Ha. ; Leesburg were Sunday I ceU of land Involved. City The new arrangement" enables DOTLB: E. CONNER THEATRE. training available. PMoiu!i 5 an
SALE
FOR rooms
:::: R. S. Mulllns. Mrs. NeN net Hopjrond of Atlddleberg;; evening visitors of Mr. and Clerk Merrill Edwards. wa customers to see 60 Decent INSURANCE/ AGENCY: W L. Thomas 964-3661 aft r; -IH ol>

don Green, Mrs. C. D. Wll Mrs. Nenll Rich of Kytoh ,, Mrs. Robbie ShallorMr authorized to bill the property of the merchandise when | Phone 9C4-4S01 'I 6:30 p. m. phone 964-1483 'bath home years
1 block nort
John __ Jtfcht WANTED: MALE OR FEMALE 'cheap for cash,
Hums, Mri. C. C. *. Mrat heIghts; Charlie SarndberA'i> I *. Edna Slstrunk (ItI owners. they enter the store Former ? __ .- 3tchg 3 51 of'' limit 16 I tRaitor
-- -- city on
= W. C. TownsendREGISTER for established motor :
Alice Anderson, Mrs. TituiOlson. of Melrone. ; Rubin Tnggart of Brunswick 01spl"nt" the Agreed to a request by ly, only about 20 per cent of FOR SALE: OK RENT bedroom :' Road. H. L. Stewart. Phor

Mrs. Henry Godwin Doctor's Inlet; John Cox of I weekend at her home here. Chamber of Commerce See the merchandise could be seen NOW for Adult I route in Bradford County who i house modern conveniences 964-1234 2tp :22 I

= Mlai Ruby LJlley. Mrs. Eugene Lake Qoncva. : Mrs. Cnrln 'I I M.... Errol. Alvarez and Pete Novak to appoint Fin. at one time: i Evening Classes Mall courseselections major PM paper. Must have on 34 acres near Hamp -
Williams, and ,Rev. John R.Brabham. Chief R C. t tRedi" I Buford and I a car and be bondable. For Interview Bradford County The Coua.
to P. O. Box
Roberta of Rulford; Mrs. Mary Freeman Johns attended the I The company hs also added : Director. Drawer I ton. M. A. Payne,
:: Mrs. Oreen and I ,, Pollee Chief Bill Bossier to a call or write Circulation ty of Planned rrotrreu itampi
J = Mr. :,Johns were installed BJI Mrs. Rode Olrtnn of St. I Jacksonville Tuesday Mil CC Safety Committee. Thi! has the. largest' .stock in Its son. 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. USO Mgr. P. O Box n, Oalnwvllle I 1.14 at Telegraph.

district fleets.. Petersburg is tier for a few Mice lived tn Starke many city gives annually I3.00O In history! ) Sales have Increased ,'IlrearJ.! Negro adults contact Florida. Oalnesvlllfl FOR" SALB WE HAY a selection of use
= A2 C And Mrs. Donalf I t. monies for \tii. operationof 1 Thoinpkina,,RJ High Sun. 3tchg 3 S Ready mix oncrt, **>n ret*
will\ be x _
days visiting her *XH Cl'v.- years ago and remembered ; / $5 BOO frr'yr'fir16Wfthe'tarrt'. --( -- !' retrJlrer Wr All In workioi
Cooper and son of Tatnpn Llllle the chamber.Authorised j School. tfchg Foil SALE!: Lovely 3 beoNrrom block house piers, sand ceaent. OnJ
land Neal of Thereua and bar a* the former period last year, and Mr. Denmark I order for S40 up. BLADE:
rock ateel.erster .
mortar mix
Mr ,
the weekend with .
= pent Clerk Edwardto I
Johns Her Btitrk 2 bath. concrete block of STARKB! tfcly
friend l, Mrs.. Zoeveta Hicks.Mrs many credits this hay "expand '
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Thf friend will regret. to learn" of attend the :32nd Annun 1- ; 'home on two shaded lots shell. lincrock. roof
(Dlrton report that she i : facilities, lo> al customers $ WFKIiLY ANt MOItRKor Travel. lintels BRADFORD
= Coopers also! had as Sunday Short Course for MunicipalClerks It'd
Is feeling much, better!! her. In I her husband's d'ath. the excellent service we i reliable man or woman to I Hardwood floors central heat. ENOH.: CO. Phone D64-2S21. HASTINGS MATTRESS
Franklin
Mr. and Mrs.
guests and Finance Offlp-' I
Mr. and Mrs Leroy Johnston ing.1 Near Southntde school
... her home town of Stark.. '. service customers In Starke. Starfco tfet e
Onteen! of Gainesville.MM. of Freeland. Mich. are!' March 32-25 at the. University Phone 964-9933. tfehgFOR & UPhOlSTERY WORK
M.. .. W Graham I Full or part time. No Inv..tment. I
Mr. and If. Denmark hat operated in
E. M. Davis and granddauhCer .
of Florida In Gainesville. YOU BUY IN3UHANCE .
= tuests this week of Mr. and BEFORE 710 Lemon St. IHIatkFnrnitur
; Beth visited! M1Munte '. i had as weekend" guests Mt I Mrs. Leo Champion. They Boosted, at the rrquert ol SUrke for mote than 31yriri Writs C. R. Ruble, D.-pt.I RENT: 8-room Housr -Check the low pre-

Anderson and Mr*. P, and Mi'*. Dennis Williams and visited St. Auoustlne and Ma. Clerk F.dwlrd. the salary ol''l stalling a* 'Ii "Hide line"In F-3 P. O. Box, 2447, Memph: ,. 1U\ 0>>. out on New Blending mluMi rate at Ttie ,Joh! inl<* Repaired.

= E.: Stone tn Archer Sunday. daughter of Atlanta, Oa.I I rlneland on Sunday. Mrs Fiances" Stir-ox, a nccretarv the old Ramp Andrew Tenn. :21p I Road. $23 mo. Also small Walker Agency. phone (64- Upholstered A Reflnteh

= Mr. and Mr.. L A. Davis returned -: Donald McKay of Gainesville o!, Mr and Mrs. Clean Harper In the clerks office, from store that formerly stood at [ furnished house on Westmore 5501. Auto. Fire. Life, Hosp, MATTRESSES REBUI1.1
I land St.Bee Sam Rosenberg
and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Berry /
= last from
Thursday '&:.1.0 week to $5S. The
and family. of Jacksonvillewere per r Homeowners.
ten days vacation at DelraJ; of Anapnlts., Md. Hatuidny visitors of Mr raise was Included In the new .rt.Insurance Problems?"L| Wcha | Cancer.Stehg S 19 New Innenprinc

= Beach'and;' points of InterestIn Mrs. Bob Ferguson Is confined anal Mrs. V. O Bridge alary schedule and wm prom. Green Seeks t. I f, FOR SALE-Solid rubbt-ru'-'; ___-- and .Box Sprint
HOMES:
to her home. with ::1 Call The Man WED MOBILE
Central Florida Jim nioodwoilh and Chris lard to Miss Sllcox when she From 3 8" thick. Beautiful color I! Several : used trailer. Vlo- DrV C* A card *r. CmMrALATKA
eean
Mr and Mrs. Frank Chain mump I "TKVKLFJU Direct from factory at.
= ; employed.At prices
fVurth was I KA t-tlM
of Akron. Ohio were Frldaj,. Mr. and Mrs J, D Seymour| Parker Florida attended Parole!! the Supervisors' the request) of the C of C Defender Posti (Ooorge Ii':. LiiRue I,1 you can afford. M R. Judd. II Murray Mobile Homes. :3 miles .8TARKX M4-IM4
i of Starke on U. S. 301. lIp
visitors of Rev. and Mr.. BolBadgott. I vlnlted their son, Doug, at I 137 Lafayette St. Phone 984-
= meeting at the Mayflower Rrc. PaW Novak the board Keystone Heights Agt. For -;------ -- ....., PEaG I' nALI.D.
F8U on Sunday I Hotel In Jacksonville Tuesdayand .Uo/ agreed to auk the! owners i ""Traveler la*. I !5951. Call evening' tfchg FOR SALE!: Must sacrifice Start.. AgeM

-- i Of Food Fair( to donate S pen. Jeip-ic-: ; : 1903 Fan-lane Wagon auto
.' Wednesday (Continued from Pag One) I'iinpaaIes"J FOR SALE!: 1 850cellent
a' I w Madison Street Baptist Church tlon of land on Lafayvtt St I J J' Tel 473-4692 Day I condition. See Shirley matic trans white side! wet I
Ju"t south of the Food Fall the University Cf Florida 473-4329 NltenAnlu Johnson. Lawtey. Call 783I i tires. radio. heater.' Will ser FOR RALB' x 13: ft. Llb n

t 900 "IIeV. I\IIICU .", MtrrrtRev. Yawn CandidateFor Htor to the Chamber as a MU I where. he received: a B. A. degree Flm. Mont* n
"', M.\ IM'NAOAN' llwtnr. for a new building and ommunlly in I960 and an LLB de. St. 3k'hl 2:1f': Phone Keystone Heights l 472
4 ___ __ --- -Monlklj Payment Else WiUTAKE-Ij; Ironing bi n:9: '" 4731.
n ("""t r. The property I gree In 1902.: He 1* a member BE i SURE TO SEE World Book
: SUNDAY SKUVICKSBi43 : has approximately 125 feel of Kappa Sigma social fster-! 'I home and baby sitting at before buying .ny other Encyclopedia.
II A, M-Mun4luy NrhootIt New Term nil Delta I, night Call 964-8&J3. lIp FOR SALE: Beagle puppies
on U. S. 301 Novak Mid. ,, TheU Phi law FOR REKT: FURNISHED -- M. A. Payne, your
: KM A. SI.-"M...mID.Vnnhlp fraternity and the John Mar. lovely: modern one bedroom Mrs._. V. Ii. ftedcilsiopyic's local representative sine 1(58 weeks old. ,4 female 2 nash

$ilS P. M.TnUnlnr.. 1'...." shaLl Bar AuoelaUon."DUUJ' Duplex spirtment. Larjeclosets ---:--MACHINES- P. O. Box M3 Phon ....-37". These are be.uUf ul thorouat

; 7 $* p. M\ _Evening: Wonhlp I Continued from Page One) UMI'' bred registered! puppies.. 533
: Board as nU\ ftiend call prtvmt driveway nice I CLEANED REPAIRED '
Lawtey 29112, Herbert Sellers I''
: WEDNESDAY SERVICES title Court, and jutige<< of the him. I II married to the former location swan BUS. Well- STARKE TYPEWRITER' Mawte- Hem ____ __ -

I ". .. 7i80 P. !M.-MMwwCOMR "'o"'hlp Small claims Court, graduated Snundra Jones of Stark, and: heated Rentier apt. Apply SERVICERL AVO'N: CALLING: HOUSE: .A iii': FOR SAIl

I from the University of ii the father of two children 633 McMillan St. tfchg I 1. Box 51. Lawtey We.r* helping I cores o' Lake Front Property 4BR
ANI HK: oUR WELCOME: : : CJ'IMT-l'aaJ": ( lUll) Lacks ,
I Florida College of Law In Quorum lie is a member of th. First - --- __ tf women in Bradford County. bath I.onteCI l approx 4 in

I _'It.'.... I 1951 and was admitted to the B.tptkst Church, of Starke. tin HULL NEW FIBERGLASS runabout,, bucket TRI- FOR RENT:' Nicely furnishedI and surrounding town V< south of Junction. H..,. 31
'_.I'i Florida Bar In that year Ho t Masonic Lodge. Starke Jsyce type mate working 4-5 and
''I'onunlll'd : bedroom cOC"'.. Large llvt money 21 on Lake Johnson. Ft-
seat., around windshield. ,
; __ was also admitted to prattle! ( from Page One *.. Stark Rotary Club Itn wrap Ing room and kitchen. Modern hnirs dailY. We nave art. opentti Information call collect: W
78S 00
'
Complete $
I 1'A4 r bt'f n the!' Federal Courts), Including Judicial Circuit Bar AMoeLa.I steering. t in Highland and Clay 01"1. Jcksotivtu 22
roent with the Seaboard; Railroad Southern Uorln and 1>'levliion. i convenience: Newly' painted. 3tp,
FOR the U. 8. Circuit I lion the North-Central Plan.d U11 as. Avon RepresenUUve. --
J I I 4nd II working in South I \ U f! Lame cloMt 114 Lake St. c.M. Chmito'ffer;
Courts of Appeal florida this 'Hk.I > Chapter of th* Florida! -. Adults. Mrs A. P. SMalL Sit Writ to Mrs. Guide Sweat, P

( Judge Yawn. 31 i Ia a rut4v I Councilman! Svurgeon Council on dim and Delinquency OPPORTtnCTTY for Jt-35: MeUanon St. tfchgFOR O Box 540. Live Oak Fllllclir.

QAn of Jackson County and has I (Spud I Massey, newly elictedmember Ute Florid Public v... year old man 1 will consider" -! u--ri: dii1.t"op.-( __ -- I LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
lived in Stark since 117. II* of the f.lldl'rIela'iom.. Florkil women) to SARN: who they -
council andL : tractor work. new sad need I BRAND NEW BOAT TKAtLCR. (
t I. of the AmericanBar Bar AssocUitloM..
member AMrtcanBr
a L I biother of Wayne who win team the newspaper ClrCuJa.1: : bwlldinjt .**>,.IM*. W. T JrK- : 8IMf9. II n. FTberglajs
FlorkU Br AuocUlten. and the NUonal )IO II.E &iowsAUTO :
\ AMortallon. I ,.porlf>d1.Ylnablt, to attend Jon buslrutM No r son BuiUkaaMaterial.. and )I.. flat bottom nantn boat 81S9M -
nrUtloii.<< and .prfld.r\t\ ol ,' bect.IU4I of Ulitt iCouiidunan tfI Aid and Defender neeary. fish school iraduU. Phone" f*44001. Cne4 Mereurr Motor ALES
t lebinery! Supply -
iN the tth JudlcHiI' Circuit liarA.s.orlatlon. Robert Scutt.Lawtey Association$ .. CM necessary. Work 1,1: tftneWANTED SpeciaL Southern Mlrim irn USED FunwrnrtE

It* 11. member N..iro. who* .I ler Kn) Vttdor UN !.". 'the PublicDefender Bradford Co. are*. Hour 1-4 -- -_. -- TrtevMaon.tit 1&e"'ri. AND APPL1AXCR1AKrayv

.. of the First rmbytorun last Drtrat) WI off a rrl If. .1 U chargvd with Usa doilr. Write cireolatton Ma" ... T point hitch Tot ) XMMr. Msutiaivl

FLORIDAPates Church 'a past prtUtrnt ot of incident. lr>cludln< manerwM r..ponal"ti&7( of oVfmdUij' scar P. 0 Box 31. OiUn",)_ i Fxrmall Super A. tractor .Mri & i- CLJtAN
a the Stark Rotary Club a I Debrit Reddtah. Bt. I Br !8. L TnoacraoM' n. -
Uinraltmiu pnorkt elbficolt. thaw* "Hn-Mird, for or Mantel ".. ltch. HiKITWLT OBEY TIM I9Ji*
Masofl> ft\f'ftIIN'f.f' Ib* A. wtm" B. 81aRe. Photv 4.8a3S.. PRONE' t.. .
a brick OUMIV, U I non-rptul felonieswho -.ISI "
Iran titian and 40 fttfcxlrty S I' DeVOtlAin fUrniMftorato. Driv... a UH ...
met 2 IO ,
working tn Coeoa. returning ir* fInancially unabto to, _ _ 21p WWWT' 364flUbISTTht. *. M-i8r "
Salted ar..trLak
; lie U presldenteietiof t. his "tMWM m L*.l y on I rrUtn private c un**(. ja rder Vsireoxn. Ob and FOR' bedTttm boue.t .rivft VI4WTI.S
th. Florida County JadeesAssociation. '/ twt> *. R.S.OIb1PI4jhis Gfttna ,..... II'ad
V wvtkritd to .
Ills better
wit WId The Ih
rv* ctrtrull.Orwm .
and water rvmhbed- 'I acres tH Und S mile nocttoot w. Mir flAwm'e'
T.l* rmph that he h4 decided"' cn.inUIM orrtc In Contact *ll Center 8Vr u'pisouts Lawter. CaO 781-3US: *ree 1srI .
: : Congress Inn <&*! -* & In announcinc hU f.n..tiJcy Id -stick It out" on the council 9UWke. and In the Atarhtl* ..4>Il.tMO3KY NUin SWrtUtg. 1* 210 = tfth _L S.dt. at S7$(...
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Judge Tn and planned la attend Uw' Cottnty covrUMMi' In Otlnet- ttsasI. I It HSIgMa UIr71O.!
iall m to eltuwn of has neat rrruUr me.UnWarn YlfI.. I ISCO) i TAX SERVICE For MonumenU
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It."'. .11"_. county for their' support I
a ... Massey also| lAW h. triicwntng i his C' nd naakt. ? MAKER SHoal AND LO>O FOItMBrrvE
S i,',.' =:::"1 AI-.dSaS-.S.0.4 I.-.. rouiwratioit during hU tenure planlWd to attend the mist Orit "asrw IMIIaUn4 Vsv AND VA3I'ChILDLLVS Markers Etc. For SeJ*' at.oalrC r*

...... ._ T .... .5.. .. V at offhw. and for the prl..tM) iveisbar.. aaeeti hats office f have done myto -r-.w.- ts.ip CAUL Ptant*. PMMT, F* unJ!

S ...._.... .......-.u. ._...M.-eo "....4. a.- of **r*tn Men lor the- past ",hsn and if all five. Ot the hevs beet live senbesi! air" .s.._. .... T.5.5.a -.-.pw --- Mr*. Clarewte F. Rhod>*i I G. S. Ncwcornb -aiendl.. .._ Siss. DrftAt*

__.__ Pm4. ...... I'.I' _....' II jrvara.Jud IW..n'. cuun' im,n swat taa cocnpdia" % reprewntatoi to a .......... at Daily t A. M. --f P. 35.Pew. I I sItt-.abb.rp---UrL T; IX T*
a ....... . ...-.. J.JIIiT"... <. Yawn .. married I ti etlWi tlas. who seam ..' pqas r.... cio3tiN .tmrm S
psstfam.d ........ I a.4 v Scott *Umi to > could hot offoralimel I .. :; I I 364-3431 rwnn. Itelfertf fbosd
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a tt_ .... .......-.. I '. the former Ut IU C.M_n. swing any' et. either way h. 1. Mr record' SpeakS frItMtf __--- sa ......s- 5 Ua .5. \ 111.* !N.NEW. -n--.... f.j eat.. Fbon tM-II1t. tielI -
.....-... ..--.. _.. ;!.- and hv four ehiktvfl.Khight's !. .. -
they .w. U the oOxr Itmr MMI.br I promise that Isa, .I 5 ISLaW. ;
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..... ad --.ISN 5SII. :_ ..:.. :: ly == an.tr.lOTtW AVLZANWOd J I POR It EfT': i.sefal 'b- ... .-z
'" '". I'5541e .S'SedS. Nu.d. eortUnu' U> ,.... their ...,* M UN p..of>t. Of the ci rcun 5--- A tiSEnCUAI weed ..h1c'eraCftt.' 31"*. Ws RCs$ -.

SAN t 1- iwiurn et split ,.J dosS U I am rctwll) ,'uees. .iiys. II..wDIIat'U. I'
137 MARCO A\ .:. I I. M.\'S BT'oa. 354'-n.. 4te4
...c Audit MUnc en coalr*..niUI .lser 5o ink ImtferUM pnOtai aSS I ROl'T REALTY .... p-36Ua N.POM ........ ... ,

ST. AUGUSTINE "'*- ..... >M t.Jt trftlr mot Ds&aTRAT *
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.. (I Il Regain All Maktv -.... -- WV2XOULFT rwn*> rt we:
[ taku-aeite. ..... Ttl A 14rw. .
IU"n': 1'Vewlaa.4 s.psrtmsA .
Denied Bremanlnjwedb 0 t,,. i belles LdaTh.
a ____ __ Request McCulloch Dealer
fl.liLP4S. -rv 4ii. !* as veer fill ws UI .
II\aUe Ike car was sakmiswiyet. % ,I?OPh ....4 _t.w, I.

FREEI- Aa ...........U- Vy ..*-\' \UiJ "" urr a.Usst ......., ) Wht.s*;' a Rttt. Teuapi* Are. CaJl tSMt ,. .scwd ..... 'd 11--. ..

aa I (Conunuvd' tram Pan Owl \ Tra Blaze tal... rUr4 autkorttie. t*: pose'' baLs.a.. If yew a ft..... ... Uchtl I....1Wr5 WartM k 1'tI"

: WHi. ,., fctore .e .J' TUVU 6UOC a ton* the tracks near Braok
a \ : roatl--4 rt... _I. f. .. _t. ,-"_ 8ah IiSaaIt. t* tile rar -W5 it- ne *. wnur P. O. Ikn It ,aireblse4 -' ZIP CODK 8TAWTS'
.... ..... ...,Is44 ., c."..... .,M.IWaIa.. Covnty to tn*plan to RlwrTii U&d.the. 1000Unwe4 front Fat* On>)> t....... and -.itst---til.. aesat < It..w I. St rte se ptwn 47>- 1m i>iv* M. E. ...... *1 Seens Wt5r. SALE AT BRAZWOetO COC' !

,4 South. ..14 the. car ws > J 4.M Sal -aa .... ....,.,...L t'M' or on s-xm.' tfeb': r..m.& 374-41 .....,... ca-e4 theM TT TELCOKAFH.I

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FER. :!B. 1964 BRADFORD rOVXTY TELRRRAFII. STVKKK F1.OKID \ PAGE TiIRP.I.r : .
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Hutcheson-\Vise Brenda Sue HinsonIs .r- New Life Series Wind Causes

ComplimentedAt To Windy Greeting:
s \Vedding PartyEntertained Begin SundayAt
Freak Accident
Bridal ShowerMiss 1st MethodistI' Given Judge


Mr and -Mrs. C. C. Hutch- : Brenda Sue H!OlIO1bl'ld..ele \, L A'''i, l W MtHMP: Will\ OfNi Tuesdnv pxtiemely hlllh Kradford (County') ('!)nrt

; Gladys :Mooty son entertained at a delightful t of Feb, :ll1t8 'x I ,t th.'tlll, : I II. Iii. I-' winds 'apparently; blew i 196: 'holme "In new Htlt Judl-

j Phone: 964.0651 buffet supper Thursday honor guest al a nttscellanecua w e, e. \itth.KljMi' t Churchn Chovrolct pullliiK a compel |1,1,1 Circuit Judge. J. C. Ad-

evening of last week honoring shower In the: Hampton >w siiii' '1(1." IMI-lung 1 at tinn ,' tiallri out of control on U kin. Jr. a very "Mlndy"

their dauhtl'r.tiss: Linda: l teereatlon Center Thursday <' ''un; md. "vrnlng "services, S. 301 lust south of Lawtey. |-eitlui on his first' I"It

Hutclieson. and Wallace \Via.J ;night, Feb. 13. Hostesses on c cr m ,(''I i \ in., x will follow: dally according to VHP Trooper L here TuI".
High School PTA following their wedding re- this occasion were Mrs Robert n in i m ,and '130 p. m. ex- I \\hlle JuIIC"dkln.* was
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Hears SpeakerOn hearsal.\ C..JC.Ir.... :Marklee Norman 'inV, ,'din diiv. marninu and"ji'ii Fowler.Heide.n .Hailing In Judge (1.-urge.

I The supper was! held at th' Mr*. :Marshall :Mutchett and dal' irrnk conUltloiiH I'nttrn'.* office, next r'to '

School Lunch Hutcheson home. at 336 W Mrs. l.QrdonVa.tawort.h.: E 'MMI 1 n.i' IUH.. choir direct- under which the mishap orcurrrd. ;' where tlM. ('......a' Oni'mlnnl : -

South Street where the bride The refreshment table walt .it tin-. -'hllrch.VIII Ii'ad theiiittiiuittumnl Trooper howler "U.repotted ..n was. "llMiia. ..lng a
t's. Mrs Vera Berglund of Fer. theme was carried out in th covered with lace, centered I singing an.l that. he had to put |r''p.sael| l new CourthiMioe. .Ikulndow
nandlna Beach talked the his facts together "plecemenl" -
to
I decorations. The buffet table with a crystal punch bowl surrounded lit e.'t the special, I music dur- In Juilge.'. 1'Htten'
High School PTA Tuesday was covered with a beautiful with lacy fern and in 1I1t'I> t'f'k bccuus! the car was oc.'cupl..d ,[office Mew .....t..Iklnll .
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night at the regular meeting centeredwith by two French Cana- I. 'omutl..Innere. l .
linen outwork cloth pink" camellias. A beautifully li :Moor' lure twice", receivedrhr \ told <
I dlan coupler who almost
o n 'Foodway to "Follow a wedding bell and dressed bride doll was used uthe Cub Scouts Get CharterAt degree. of doctor of dlitili I| no' FhglishAecol'dtng spoke ("I'll try nut to blow theM .
Through School Lunch. *
r flanked bv three-branch slhei centerpiece on the tablet \ tie sirved ..n evantiellsiil I Indow out the ne.t Urn.
Fowler, the extremely
F :Mrs Bcrglund. a coordinator candelabra with white tapers bens. gifts were displayed. Blue And Gold BanquetI "the North" Alabama' CDIIteii'tiff hUh wlivls Tuesday
cor the Duval County '
Maurice Wlngate !-
Mrs. presided
"et' Games were played during for three years and '' between 10'30 and U '30 a. m
School lunch program and at the silver coffee service i the evening, and prises awarded of the t hurlrr l
chairman of the Youth Power and was assisted by Mrs to Mrs. Willie Mae Denton highlight uf the 'annul. Itliifnd. .uld lt..niiirl. held In tinStitrke i-vmmellst of the. Methodist and trailer' to be blown Into

Congress working with teen 'Charles Hutcheson. Refreshments of tropical EIrnwnlery !Srhixil Otfrlorluni Tut>.. night :lnk-. Church, being the youngest, the median strip, causing 1500 Two CallsCity

i age groups explained the four Miss Hutcheson and Mr 'punch. Individual Iced cakes lag the prrMMitMllitn. t.. l 110.n t'hanipion| Invlllullnnitl r<.1'| r<.- imtii, fVfi elected to that of. I damage, to both when theyI Firemen received tw
basic food groups: Protein, B Wise presented!' personal gifts '
Vitamins and Iron Vitamins to members of their wedding m'nts. and nuts were served I .M-nlittUe (wrt'tind has right) l I.. John !Mini. Ntrli\ .<< !MtoiilKeuUte. fice. I hit a pulm tree and speed limit calls' this week, one for a faul-

A and C and Calcium needed party during: the evening. to the 33 JUeata.Valentine i ; .. "' .......lInl In twister U. lti>\. John llnthhitui. |1..>slnr In 1937 he WAS tninsfrrredU l nliin.' Fowler. said the wind apparently .- ty heater and one an electric
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of the ."I..a1..tll..II.t: Chun-h. of the Park. the! F'lorMa' l Conference and blew the light alum.'' that caught un fire from
.litrolor
for sound bodies. The school The 22 guests: included oponoor /ewv stove
I I wits apiMMntnl to the First l musts trailer around that It '
so
!! lunch rooms provide these four members of the wedding party Party gu.nN .r.. (Irft) Jimmy .\mlrr".. and (right) JohnnyItnthhunl. | : a shortane
Methodist Church of Hf I swimii the car out of
baiiic food groups Mrs. Chessie and the parents and families For Senior 'I control j'| The heater at Terwtllegar
I .i Petersburg In 1044 he was Driver, of the car wise an
I Devrirk supervisor of the of the honored couple. ClubA t Other |trngrm, highlight sere a film' on I'ltll I..-'.......*. Ii pletintM MI pa tor of the fouls. Jrunese.. a teleirnph''II I Motors was smokmz Saturday"

II high school lunchroom Intro. Citizens khnttu by Hill Shi nr... Neighborhood So.nl CiMiimtatlonrr, l"I"t" Methodist Church 1 Intlnllre !I op>*ratliiir lions Montreal, Que. morning nbout 1140 and firemen

I I duced the speaker. DKG Members j' Valentine!' party was en- unit the. preiH-ntullon. of AuwrtU and 1 .hlriiMnl. tty Oil.I .- Texas one of the I!1 I bri II* was m-rompMnlPd by'':j I were called to douse the
Miss Dorothy Ron. Bradford : I ...... ...... .. '. '
Hear Program On 32 members of the III -|t..r J, K. .lIn. turnout churches In Methodism his wife and Mr and Mrs flame Tuesday morning al
Joyed by
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Dr. ClevelandTo County Home Demonstration andfrieids. -- with a membership of'|I FUynukl Itelxlle, the owner of
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Club firemen' went to thehome
Senior Clllsemi :
{ 8:40.
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Address WSCS Agent also appeared Women In Art"Strengthening i in the Starke Woman's !IJC DelegationAttends No ParkingOn I'lo"tl1lth'lvt10| ) :\ lit tho'time the car. of JOlt Robertson In LinI -
on the program and talked on I Slier 105A:\ he has been i I i
District MeetingDr teenage nutrition." Mlsa Rose Respect forWomen' Club' Feb. 11.Highlight Meet n ("inference. .> KvamielUt: fo- Aldelbert M. Sieg I I coin City to put out a blear, mt
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in the of the evening wasa Court St. ;
showed through a survey the I Capabilities In Panama I the Florida ConferenrBDr t A stove
CityA.
Vela Cleveland, secretary eating habits of the teenagers Fine Arts" was the program valentine hunt conducted served by : Moore will .iu ''k; to l.'i... i! Buried In Ohio !

of the Methodist Medical in the county. topic when member of Alpha Houston Drlitcoll. who j j Q. Ipiikth, pimlilenl of City Police have msUlli'dj young people at the Sunday I
Scholarship program In India :Mrs. A. N. HolUday. presl-1'' Nu Chapter. Delta Kappa 1 ss master of ceremonies. Mrs.Grace the Starke JnyiTtn headed a No Parking iuns rear. th I I' :MYF meet Ing., and there will I i',I Aldel 1 (>ert M. III... <3. of Ii: FIRST I'hf;SttVTE111tY

will be !guest speaker at the ,, dent presided over the bust!. i Gamma met at the home of Van Dunkirk of Keystone : delegation from here attending Coin. holme on Court St. to bi' n "*t.eviiil youth mee-llni' .' lAlneavllU., formerly of Atar".. I ('lit 11(11

I, annual Qalnesvllle District 'I ness meeting! O. I* Jarvta Jr'l I, Mrs. A. It. Norman lut Friday Club Estates, and Jo*. I. the annual \1li 1.WInnr r prevrnt' people from block(no 7 |> in rash day except,, Satur- died, IIn'XI't..t1y| on February
I I .
WSCS meeting to be held at I Ithe I II gave the devotional. I I night. Mrs. P. T. Nolln;, eph Werner of Lake Geneva State Conference. al I'snama. the driveway where employe day. Huiidav. nlihl the men A at his home.Surviving II. Walton Or.". "llnl..CrrI

First Methodist Church In !i Mrs. Devrick and her cafeteria gave the devotional based on| found the hidden "red heart City last weekend Other attending park. will pompon the choir aril' are Ma.. wit.., Mr.. I Sunday Sunday School

I Starke on Feb. 26. staff served refreshments the Book of Ruth and ).tr.. 1 and were crowned king and: Were AI I Oiegnry. New No Parking slum hlU orenrtit. spend) music\ for the 'I I Ruby It. HleaT. n"II..III.1. ; one 0:4.1: a, m. Morning Worship
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i A native of Fort Meade Dr during the social hour 1' U A. Canova dlm-uimed some queen to reign over the feetlvt t Harold IxvU. and Jimmy also been Installed 011'a.h.. ervlre" petlod of f..l1l1w.hll'"III | daughter. Mrs. I't Sitpp, .'a. U a. m. Youth Fellowship

Cleveland received her MD outstanding Southern women j lUe. I Bowen' ln ton Rt City Police all follow In the social hall tat ha.: a brother Paul Slog' of 5:30: p. m. Evening: Worship

degree from Tulane University I writers artists, and musician :' The next meeting will be a | Among the resolution. adoptexi said that too many employee' Meinlx of the W"(CH wilt\ roliinibua, Ohio; two sisters, 7p.m.
In New Orleans. She has had Art produced by I local people I'1 George! Washington's nlrthI of itores and businesses' on be promoting attendance. at Mr Mao. lloUiul IJnm. Ohio
Day Lily TopicAt I ,I at the conference' w*. >ne' I Tuesday Executive: hoard
j 15 years teaching experience was on display. I, day party at 7:30: pm. Feb. | Call m: "were, paiklim Instates the Moiulitv morning. nrrvlc and Mia llaiel. Hies. ;. Kenton,
endorsing an amendment' to in. Communicants, Class,
Including a period as graduate!! Garden ClubA A skit "The Misunderstood :28. reserved for *hnptx>r* The enllre\ Official Family of Ohio: and two grnnitditughter 110 a
the U.S. Constitution staling" 3:30 WOC GeneralMeeting )
assistant In the Anatomy De- Lover" wa presented by Mr. I Police asked, that employer the church will be prevent amt Memorial services. were held' : p. m.
that: "Nothing In thus, Count I Itutlon 1:30: m.
partment at Tulane. She had:$ oraaram on day lilies will Norman and Mrs. Kate Shep. Jackson-Geiger please not mrk In the CuurI I will b* rfronnl,t at Die Nt >iv In Talatk! with Itev T O. p. '
hall be I .
residence! training in pediatrics : bo presented at the Stark The sang love dvemvl to prohibit tray Shopping spares, allel''' day niiiht& service. Mitchell\ of the First Metho- Wednesday Family

II at Charity Ho+pttal Net Garden Club meeting. Monday I paid. with group autoharp accom Engagement Told i the offering, rending' warned that mme "tlckt ,lvIng A Commitment Service' for dlat (Church. latnmivllle, offlo. Night, 6:30:: p m.
songs ,
Orleans and attended Hart- : Feb. 24. at 7:30: p. m. Inn Mrs. Canova andnroveI from or listening to prayer Is on the way tot cats youth situ children will beheld Intlng. llurlal wax. In Kenton, Thursday Senior Choir
ford Seminary Foundation foi < Mark's Episcopal Parish paniment by meetings Mr and Mrs. Luther Jack- or biblical wrlpluren. if l participation pal kid UM long In the nit the last Sundry.. during Ohio Practice, 7 p. m.

a missionary orientation pro- Houne. of previous son announce the approachIng therein I I. on a vol. spaces the, Church Hrhool hour ...
I were shown. marriage of their daughter. I bosh, In ... ." ..' .
untary
(llam.I Mrs. R. W. Munson of th"Muhsoh I hosts I any governmental Membership Sunday will be on
Starke members were
Wilma Eat II.. to Anthony or public Institution I the Sundry following the close
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I In April. 1959. Dr. Clevelandwas In Feed Grain!
Gardens
Day Lily which at
at thlll meeting was IOn of Mr. andMrs. I 1
Cecil Geiger or place"The rf the .
'I Thoburn appointed Cowan to, the Memorial Ellen Gainesville, who Is also president ", tended by members from Die.ker Otis Geiger Jr., all ofj I Jaycee delegation nl.". Sign-Up Set church mertlngThe nursery will b"
of the District 12. DayLily Bradford, and '
Union Starke. the trip in sir ndltk during all ,.
Hospital In Kojar,, India. Society and her daugh- a new > open service 211e
There she does full time anesthesia ter. Mrs. J. T. Hudson Jr ofOalnesvllle Clay Counties __ The weddJn..11I be an >n>"Kl Chevrolet provided\ by Any Bradford County faim- The publlfl U Invited\ lit
and some-pediatrics., In slider vent of Friday afternoon I Gateway Chevrolet Ins rr who l prixlures feed grain I share In the New. Life series of
1 will present / CYF Members Feb.. 21, at 4:10: p. m. at the and who would like la p rtlcllwte meetings. ads
addition to her duties a* secretary and talk on day lilies. I ,
home of Rev R. 8 Williams. In the program should.
of the scholarship.. pro I Hostesses for the evening Have Weiner Roast A reception will follow at I Sigmund Senn, 79 contact the local county AHCH 1
OES Officers
gram. ? I will be Mrs. Charles Cowen the home of the room's perrnta. Service. Held office In the agricultural; Fit FSI i int

The noon devotion at the Mrs. John Manning, and Mrs Fifteen number of the] I district meeting will, bo Home of the' names of new JTl ry
..t by Mrs David B. .Tnurman dl ve4! '(,! A. L. Crosby Jr. Christian Youth Fellowship| .Mo liwtUUnns are btingt and Rjgm.M! Bonn, tit, illnl I5.5I I IfUturday Trio** who slrradr have Eastern Star offierr, w.romitted
f'\' and had a sued l but all friends al hi. huine In
ol the visited Martnelsnd feed grain basS established
Miami. state president inv.vA.SSEMHLY f'1I ,PEI. .relatives are Invited to attend llrouker. I by error from Isstweek's '
Woman's Society, Florida Weiner rout lunch on the beach may divert the minimum of .
... Conference. I i OK GOI Funeral" ...rvi<.* were heM' :20/ rent. of IhHr ; paper" TJie complete
last Saturday.The Beta Phi I .per : ban*, or .
Sigma list" of officer who InUllml
were
Rev. John M. Bike; District Sunday School B:4S; a. m 1 wu accompanied at 1 3O p m. Monday In Jon..*. < up to the maMlmum. which Is I'illlll.wWITH
group
.. Superintendent of the Gaines i'Morning( Worship It a. m !:1 Mr and Mr. Vlrgle Jordan Th. Beta Sigma Phi sorority Johnson Funeral Home, Clitlneavllle. BO .per rent If between 40 and / on Fed g .to as fulUrwa;, .

YUle District will. conduct the Evangelistic Service 1:30: p by will have Its annual ruahparty .. I II 50 per rent I I. diverted payment Worthy Matron. Evelvn' A
Installation of district officers. m Prayer Meeting each Wednesday the sponsors.. M. W CreaaUr Monday evening Feb | I will be figured' al theMcheat lIan., Worthy .I'alrotl. Jimmy '
Registration will begin at 1:30: p. m.-Rev R C and Mrs. Edwin Williams. Surviving are a daughter rate established. for
of Oentrr. AaanrlaUr Matron
24. at 7 p. m at the home OK MtWK IMIOM'CK: OltDKIl:
'i5 a. m. Crawford, pastor, | Mrs L*"rrenre SpangUr.I the farm .
!
I Mrs. Connie Clark. Clou" lIarl., Associate. Pulroti.I I i
I I Ilrooker. end two rasa, Joeepb 'rb_ who dr not have aba. ( .Limit. :2 I .Head Ta (Worner)
The Mexican &theme .U1 be ], Benn of Ramlolph.. N Y. '' ... eatabllalied. but who I II. I. Hlsby Sserataty, f>jro-

carried out In the party &dcor. t and Htgmund Jr of Dill Val planted feel grain' In IIAO anilI thy AI".....*. Treasurer

NEW I ationa and member and ley. N. x.Thief II I II Ips0 I mar still be able It nl.",. C>|1"".. t.Vndurlreaa).

MEETINGFIRST UeaU are asked to dress *Ccordliigly. {I r 1 qualify i iI Male': Norman; Chaplain tx"">ukie DOWLING
Deadline for signing tiP I.I
J I Butchers Kite OriiUaln Ifenni.41. '
Marrh 27 hairs are from Hunt Adah. UUleMulh. 1lureani ,
LIFE Recent Births J. D. Odom Steer s a,, m to 4 10 p m Mondaythrough ,. MlMre Woudbiunrlh : PRODUCE MARKET

i Friday .r. UHjlae\ /lUrden; Mar.lh .
)fr. and ltrs. fUy l>. 1111&0.!! The Bradford Csttleman'sAssociation .. I'u' Knlir. ClerU.: Wll I

lAke Butler, a son Je...le U offering a 1100 lie Mae. lutman; Wrd r,, j
rrrd for informaUon on the <(<'_It laid for tlmil.lUga. <(<"...g I M
Henry. Feb. IS. In Iortor'a buU-hertng of a steer, on the l N. Kh..... .e ".... All OUdf 1:11.1.,, .

HoepUal.BrMlford. County Movpitalannouneee J.' B CMom nisht ranch, on ft.t.1. 01) i ifUUirdar 1'."_ Hrlfig !. .....1'.1.| ... Net lUngtvUry, .nuh.1.1 Looking For A

the following bertha; --
According to Bradford tirp*
Mr. and Wra. Hunfred K.Oeljrr .

METHODIST CHURCHStarke William., uterus Feb 14.a son, n thel the utr steer sheriff a purebred Itooerl Hereford Oree. GREAT TV IDEA CLOSEOUTALL

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valued at pproslmaUljr\ llooa
Mr. and Mrs. hand. N, Shaw .* espertly dismembered

Florida IIr_ fllarke. a daughter aan" with only" the four quarter"" em

Ila.: ... Feb. IS. being taken.. T>t* body of the
Mr. and Mrs- Charles IIHtrrUon 1963 APPLIANCES!
steer ... left In the palitreOrrrn .
FEB. 23 THRU MARCH 1 II. Lake Butter, a said raallng ''is,.
daughter Jon Lynn Feb. I) been made of automaton lfot ROpi Own r'rWay! ,HalunUy M.mdayHero's

Sated& Mae Alpha Kappa t>lFV l- trail .leadux. from the retwkntl \
>...home. s eon. Cl\nt\ Albert to far no d.... hare )led l. I VlCTOn Than 0I

Two Services Daily Feb. 14.Mr. the arrest ft anyone' for lbs) Any A Sample
1 sad. Mre. Roger IIU.: ...... &Hull I OtherT.levl.lon.. .. t

7 Lake Better a .'el, lokftnjrUy The Mom ...."r. U *p- nla.ck. aa.cI. Whit. $199.95 FREEZER $138.88
.. r i SUN. THRU SUN. Feb 17Methodist proUnU five mile. ant ofSUrke :, W.T.

k' on an-IOO. I or Color Ii _

10:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Church Former Peace 24 MAJOR APPLIANCES

d Saturday No Strtltns! 'nNt....", Feb. 29 -pl.ry
Hour. J 10 p. an Cottage Corps Worker

Sunday -It. .br Time rrsrrr Mvtln aa dose of Talks To Rotary ; .-

'p'er i -. ..,.. Chl... C John, 7 M a.W.wr .
P AJGi
p... Mr*. LPU N,*... Bnglto lastrwlor ?
AwwUr, Feb 33 CTMretoHrhool. at ...... .b* eg,.,*(

f ..43 a. .. M mto.rnJi, a_ rain .tlA a Mss Cap.a..dtnd ',= =
Flaming< CU.e, I* a., m tow 1ft Afnllwee **. .,...
I It, 4 Morning Wet....... Ms, mHnMk b toW 414.. 5.4 ,4lw.ss..d, RCA VICTOR Only

ffupcirr lor MTF 1 p bar .ak el Ute Rater : Automatic only
M. Toes.. Mortlne I M p m Club W.4....MrNn. (Refrigerators 9

EeeMnIWrrhr*, 7'M 9 mMonday. rft act said MM,UwaiMIrt .1',01 txlri TVS Washers e 2

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: HIGHLIGHTS Help Plan f Will (Become Law WHERE ,ELSE!, !,'T.: J. 'Southerland; Installs New I MELROSEBy ., Mr. and Mrs. J. V Slade.
I I were guests of their daughter.Mrs.
I New City HallA On March 11 i ft: } : .41 Rite Wednesday Chapter OfficersAround I Irma Wilkes, and children -
i By Mary ][. SCAM*for I Br-Ann Pitta .. Mrs- Alice RethbmnsvwvvvvvV'wVVwVYwVVVyVI' in' New Smyrna Beach
Citizens Planning Committee A modernized version of'!1 1KIIstone's I Thomas Jefferson Souther- '100 officers member last *'t' kend.

,. LSAaASSAsSAaSaaasnnasaass A AasA&SAaiaSaI,\ to help plan the proponed " -- / new City. Hall and'aid Iclally; become t "new". I 1w. I ,Whsr else could 'a reporter. I dhtd$ i Sunday ,Iri a Gainesville i'I 1 open Installation of officers Winners of tile Melrose l>ui:. Canr on, husband of Mlnni -

:. PARENTS OF SENIORS) at 8 s>i m. in the Cafetoilum. In selecting a site for the |, of Keystone; on March, U. hIre,Mt develop' 'uchTf.,"c(n- I hospital) one ,week alter h-j 1 j'of Keyitonr Heights Chapter plicate Bridge Club for last: *> Pearl of Oiand Old Opry

:: .msqirss( ,POINT" SYSTEM I Mary Brokas will serve ai I building was appointed; this I| when ,the updated Municipal) Iole ce".over-reporting a .City: f yas Critically; ,injured' In an 279, OES in the chapter room week Include the following<<: fame, from Nashville. Tenn
:: Tuesday evening, : Feb. I moderator for a panel discus week by Keystone Mayor Lea [,, Code goes into ,effect.. ,., .Council meeting? Try j* ,K>y* automobile, t ,accidents tha( I i of the Masonic Temple last MI'II. Ray Becker; and Mrs. wti'fe'i'ecent: guests of Mr. and
-, 'ito an-: Importarit 'meeting was I elon of Teen-Agers problem Beasley. The Municipal Code was stone city Council 'meeting
:'. he d at the1" High School. 'Attendirtce'Vas" --; Panelists> will be Mildred Button Hesdlnff the group! ,will: be I pa! .sed unanimously on the and hear 'angry word.* s V.4 ':v;fe.. MI'I. ''Laura! Southerland Matron Phyllis Husey, and Roland ''Bryan and Mrs W H. Mrs. Arthur S. Rhoads of

.S Confined par- Doris Sunderland. Alex I C, ,J,, J Pete l I ,o' onno. local socpnd reading at last week's witness, near flghti Ouaran-1;,,:.;.Tte.' acqjdent; occurred onU re.tliIng Worthy Patron Ed. Davie, second pla,-e; Mrs. Mary Jacksonville visited her sister.
:.:.. 'ents, :6f KHS4 Seniors SeniorCla Brokas Bill Belote Oene Mas- realtor.. Vice-chairman of .the City Coun.cU meeting without teed to make you squirm alii S. 441_nortb of. Oainesvuie ward Hussey were extended: a : Cook arid n1fll Iva Hillyer, Mrs. Mary Robinson, on Wed

a officers. Principal I sey Janey McMurtry Brims' committee will be A. J. Lou. I: a murmur1 of dllll ent. The i iI night specially; if you know" !, Its the South'land* wepe'eturning very clever and colorful courtesy -'I II third place; and Mrs. Clarence nesday.

:' Knuth. and Mrs. Null Class Moon and Linda Norrts. I don 8c.. past manager of Clay Code's pUlll8ae'wa./ blocked, on I you- have to. write the stoat. I. to their ,home in written by Treasurer/ Vera MaxBon and';lra. H. C. Segur, Thomas E. Tyer from Norfolk

., aponsor I. The main i topic for WOMEN'S EXCHANGE: I' Electric ,Cq-P. _. I I the!' first reading In January I got a,.zeal faRe of "Jieebe- I Keystone after a*weeeid"" visit I I Ounbey.' who was unable t> fourth place ; Va Naval base recently
..- discussion wa* the Seplor I i, 'The new, Women's Exchange ; Other members 'of the com- rhepthe Council Tailed ((9( Jeebees'1. the next morning1 1 !Jn\; TalJ.hauel! be present due to illness In :Mrs.: Elsie Dunn and Mrs. spent a leave with his parent.

Claud Trip; 'and the financing; ,:operated by the Key; I II 1 I mlttee ate'W, B. fBUl), Bel6te. reach*"the unanimous agree- when I sat down at the Tele ,Anatjvepf( Oxford. N. c. the family I Robinson of Mr. and thereof.' -Their: destination is | stone Woman's Club. is open I IIon Dick Spence-Thomas J. .0.1 I rnenj Deeded; to pass the en ; graph office to write the .CjtJ\ .1 Mr. Southerlana' .moved,, to I Mrs. Ownbey also composed i I Mary, were guests family.

tWe.;' eW York World's Fair.TRe I Tuesday Thursday and I Hanson/ Mrs! Charles Wallen-!. acting' ordinance on the first' Council i story. Keystone Heights about -.11I : the tribute of loyalty to newly Uand> Aim. H.V.. Limper .
date.o/departure 't isMaySjarxl ., Saturday each week from 10 a.1 I I lUll: and Mrs. David A. Melson. I read 11111. ,It..was a lour to oni i I $got a real caw'of! "h ebee-I years ago. He.was: a retired' Installed Worthy Matron I in Gainesville Monday.[ I I..VYYV'w'wVVYVVVVVmVVVSCRANDIN \

rAeahwhile'the' to:V" m. till :3 I p. m. Mrs. Irene Daw. I Beiuilrv asked each of the,City vote at the. January meeting write. something that .made Insurance executive, and:! had Bertha! Ward and Worthy, Mr.: and Mrs. Ovid Gano I
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..;:,,'nd'.Itla will be busy, earning .son chairman,; of this .pro. 1 council members, '. recommend : -. with Councilman Roy Watkins Keystone and my neighbors I: also owned and operated the Patron Leamon Ward. 'I and daughter, Melissa, spent

." the nececaary funds, although ject. Special orders are being a person .for "the .cpm- saying "no" to Immediate I look bad. Now It the PodunekCommisRlon I Ii Keyitone Washeterla for AI I f The Installing Orand Of-1 i the weekend at Largo with

:r: Jth y',M.ve.tht greater" paid .of taken for baked goods. Orders mittee, passage. i had ten ( fistfights 1 1I number" years. His wile was: I fleer was Verna Brice Past i Mr.\ and :Mr. Oil Whitton and Branllc

--. -th. trip' paid for. will be' taken by phone If you Beanlcy said the group will The' Code will\ become law .during a ;pieeting I was employed( as. a secretary by. Orand Matron of Florida as- family. By Charleyene

: : Mr. Knuth explained the cannot come to the little meet I later this! week for oren} 30 days after passage on the I covering( it wouldn't botherme I I CJay Electric Cooperative; slated by other Orand Officers 1 Mrs. J, A. Lnsalter and son .A..A AAAA.AA..AI
point system to the 'parents.Ttie white house behind the Stead } second reading That date Is a. bit. I
tatlnn and to OI'llInl&e.1e( will Funeral servlcfcs, for Mr. : Vincent Brice and E Jimmy o f Miami visited
: students who participate .ham building. The telephone outline his' proposed schedule March 11 Councilman JackHaberlltroh Taint so when It's "home- I Boutherland were held at W. Oarrls both Past Crawl friends in Melrose on Saturdays \ .Friends of Mrs. Mary Good-
in .the various'fund-raiding number is 4734921. said that none of folks though. 10:30 i' son\,) of Miami formerly of Hill-
: a. m. Wednesday In th' Patrons; Installing DrawlChaplain. :
for building the new Clt Hallgroup of
k tI,1tIeni\ ke* polht nccdrd- Anyone Interested. In rriak the old ordInance. will be repealed crest, -will regret to learn
tqh//! at .that time.'We't ., I f Community Church. with Dr. Louise Latimer. Mm. Frank Nichols and lion''
t Iflg.t4thetIZfle1.fld: effort[in* ing runs or playing a better :. until the Code becomeslaw ; 1 From" a "rough" spot to a A. C.: Holt -otflclatlnK.. Burial Orand Electra of Floilda: and of Ocala spent a few days her sudden< death. last Friday
.. yolved This_ U, the only. f air.wayjto game of bridge will be pleased I : : on our way to hava Several discrepancies In'' "smooth" one. 'Things/ aretVt Was In ZImwood.: N. C. Installing Orand Marshall. with her parents, Mr. and morning in Miami. Funel'alserv'ces .

arrive at' the decisionof to.lcriow l ( that hf ol"lIhe118V; \ Inn new city. hlln. I expect th* law are expected to be too bad though. My .nostalgia I Williams-Thomas Funeral! Mary1' Laura Johnson Orand i iI Mrs. A. F. Tyre, last week. .uere held there Moni
who-ge the mOnCY and take: )lessoni' In,these accomplishment construction to begin on the* "straightened out" by the tat Keystone is still present,, i day. ..
Home Treasurer. Keystone Mrs. Mattie Lees
of Gainesville! had | Chapter Moore of .
.how much. Each point Is at the Woman' Ex.' building by early summer" Council In March. I especially! when I hear 'about, "" i Word has also been receivedthat
.-prth.s'certaIn' amount. ''So, change. Call and make i arrangements Beaslfy said. He announced) A copy of the Municipal such ,things: a* the cardwrit-:I charge Survivor of local include arrangements.< I I slated Oraanist Evelyn Gertrude Puckett.Rouser as- burg' Is "guest at the home I Talltha Waddy of Clearwater .

IfyoU, .rved Orand Or-
tee,"Mr. Edward Kirk ,of 'I i> sa Installing Mr. and Mrs. Jean H. in
school
?.. *around your yard or baby OCtet not respond call Mrs.I and called for a new stone Library for any citizen Hut week.: I J 1 I all 4. She taught
of
,.*,.itUnif,' o*. 'want sonuone to Dawson at her: home. 1'3. City; Hall at the January pity 'Who wishes to read the docu A South Florida resident I I Orange, N. J..'and five grandchildren ganlst due to the absence Organlst Butts -and family.. ': Orandln in 1920-21.
: anything) 4181. Council: meeting& after'he' I Ima Williams, Put Orand Mrs. A. J. CICtlB Is visiting Mrs. Lawrence C Lee of
: pake'you a pie_Just twa ment. wrote and asked Postoffice ft.i .. '
I. Chapter Choir'sane !
Pallbearers Dr. John, The Mr; and. :Mm. W, H. SUnolIn Jacksonville visited Mrs. Eugene
1""" l *- on't -hlre the handicap' !NEW'- EVE' WILLS sworn in as Mayor. I i flclala to< direct' the card' ,,to were
: ped->-hire a Senior., Help Lion 'Oeorge M. Schaefferhas Beanlev. and City Councilman 1 KHS! Honor Roll whomever .was going -to be E. Davis. Alec Gaunt Lout 'I two, appropriate numb ra: unedln. Brantley last FI'ldIlY.r .
C. H. f Jack I Haberstroh .Kyle "s Tommy I I .M.r. and,, .Mra., Hussey was Mr and Mrs. Billy McLendonare ( Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Brantley
S tbetfl'et to New York. added four new name to I I host:; to the writer's' friend Oeorge ? a. with Past ,Worthy I''r
will report to the City Council Ml1l an, and Ray tan1ea.I presented,. the parents of a baby went to school 1 together.Mrs. .
: The- parent' as well as the the list' of KV9-WU1: Donor In KHS PrlncJ Phiftp Knuth during a. Keystone$ visit. ;The Matron.and Past WorthY
d .students\ will be working ,for this area,They ore: Mrs.:Mar 1 at the March meeting on way has released the names of students -'I South FloridUn wanted. ,to extend 1 (Patron .pins, \as gifts from tru girl; Barbara' Lisa born last Rosa Brantley and Mrs..
o tMs-f project and they' plan garet' O. Prevost Thomas A. to\; finance 'the building. H"- making the Honor Roll :an Invitation to* 'her Burns Boosters: Chapter They. In turn pi... wflk'in Aluchua General Hospital. Annie Slices went to a fundraising :!

.tit uppers, etc.:to help the boys Prtvont, Jr., Leon 0., Aid- brtroh Is chairman of ,thn for the third nix-weeks periodat Northern friend to visit. thm I .nt.ct. the new WOI.thyr... I. The maternal grandparents church dinner for the

and girls : aught and MI'.. Kle Rldaught. finance committee' for ,,the KeyStone Heights School.!! after. stopping/ in' Keystone. I I Announce U'QI.nd Worthy Patron with are Dr. andtrs.: Methodist Church at Inter-
_, ._The 'KHft Senior' Class will If you want, to know more of Council. They are as follows: I LThO office "mulled" the Tetter CommitteesA Oland Wilson and Mr. and lachen last Sunday. Ther
.--i hold] ,A, Rummage 8tAle on Fri- thin ,worth-while, piojert. of FOURTH tIRADE: 'Beth -and the town up, North I the "L r.ol.J.wel.. Mrs. Wilmar McLendon "ofDothun stopped by to see Mrs. Earl
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:J" d.yand< Saturday; Feb.' 2h22, the KeysUmue ,llMghts Lions I .Tackum. Susan Baker pamela'' that wa mefttloned-arOUl\d a... .*IptJCl.r'meetlllf" (' ) .committees ., .-I i
:M 'tn. ">e Steadham building In Club,..caU J-lun.Sohaerfer! at Nelson's Point, celebrated 'her Inklebitrger. Vicki Whldden.I bit came up with the right box chairmen of'the I, sinted Past, Worthy Matron grandparent i Mr and the storeroom formerly oc- 473-412t, and he will be happy fourth blrthda with} a party I I Kern Botiner, Ricky Parades. belonging the, Bernard all)- Bum.-f r.Oovernor 'or.an-I. Beatrloe! Schrordar, in pinning i I Mr and Mrs. Clarence C.:' ,Petersburg. Va. are the

: ,,rupied by Davle Laundry. to furnish you lit'erature.UIS. at.Jer homeTh." motif ; for Bill Weldium. Johnny Vallde- comb's. Ixatlon W*. beld :.Thursday. the five Star Points with their I Ii Maxson!: spent lost weekend in proud parents of a daughter

S 'Come. In and.a.t somiv bar ItEDFEARIIIIIA8. the. party wa* tti observance. : ofValentines Jull. Cindy Scales, and Jack I Tht> really "personalized" Feb. 13 at. the. home of'CrlDardn. i'| ttablematla pins, ,which werebet I II Orlando, .with their son and. Julie. Uiwn. born January Orandin 31.Is

: gaIns, Anything ,you would SCARE I Day, The children I i Fundeiburk. service/ l veneia] chairman ',, I| lift to. the chapter last! dalihtel'-In-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Callle Rye of
like'to' .donate' can, be left at On Sunday afternoon FVbK. i played various games with a :; GRADE: SA: Roxann Ketch I I Tl.(*. foHowlnn able of orgunliatlon r'- year. H.'W, Maxaon and children. the paternal grandmother.returned

.-.. Ducky's. ., the fire siren and the am" Vclrnttne. theme and enjo>ec* I Lynn; Henderson, Billy O'Con. I Saw a great big headline I for, this dUtrlc.t.. Vaannounced1 I I .Special, guests at the Installation -I Mr*. F. V Gamble of Mayo Mra. Callie Rye
.., BOOSTERS MEET bulance: siren frIghtened' the Nathan saying: !Keystone to get Space ? *. I home, Saturday after spendingtwo
Valentine-hunt. There was net Donna Spatkman. I ]J JOrnrml ceremony were :Mrs. L. la visiting; Mr and Mrs. J. E VII
The Keystone Heights' people In the nelghboiliood a- I a beautiful blithday cake, and Bi(ice. Bobby Purdy. and Bobby Age College. Called Mr Gordon Chalnn n., CaVj! P.'Shlppey of Macon Oa., and< Brlttan.:: weeks In Petersburg,

-_ Boosters' Club met In the round Lake Keystone. Mrs i also other tempting food. 'AsI 'Hendry. : Purdy and discovered the Dnrgeni: Committee!.Tieanper. Mr. and Mr. Jack Koons and I PIll James Kahr of Camp I with her new llranddaughtt'rI
>.School, Auditorium' on Thur.. Jane Rrdfesrn -Huntl y. Jr.','I! slstlng Mrs. Davis.. with entertaining GRADE SB: Jim Brown. headline was slightly mis : Charles J. Mr Glare. daughter Delate. Mrs. Morgan Lejeune Marina Base In North and ber son and daughterlnMr. John-

::: evening, Feb. 13. A noml- 'Wife,-.accidentally'. backed, Into the ..small fry wire I I Larry Mtngledorff. Vrneitsa i iMilllcan. ',. leading. Oot thinking. .bout I Finance Committee Chairman : la.tbe. mother of Woithy Matron I Carol na' visited hi* parents; ? and..Jullfl.I Mrs.. J. B. Rye.
...,. eatIng 'Committee, was 'ap- a heater and sether housecoat I Debbie's older sinter Marilyn Kay OeUrnsey\ Mike I it another way though "find, !' Charles: J. .UcOlave; I, Bertha Ward. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Al Comer on 'I ny. and
I i pointed for' the purpose of 'afire Fortunately .shtwas 1 and Oall Wolfe. Ouents Included Valldejull. Paul Martin. i I maYbe.' the headline wasn't with members' Kitty McOlave,' I Kobns Is 'son of Mr. and Mra. Wednesday. I 'Anna Slkes. granddaughterI Slkes.Sr .

: MgetUnc officers for the .corn..4r41epvfrI.'boo.t4r only slightly. burned and Bhart ApthonrDeitblp( 1 I RADS 6A: Billy Sue'Inkle-]'' such 1bl mtitak.tl,* '. Al Nel on> ,Oeora.kScha. .Xf..-. Fred" Koous. who were also In-I I Mrs:E. .A, VeLaney of Avon \Mr. and Mrs. H.waaelected B.
I .. !:''a". probably more shocked than and Tammy Hanks: Kevirt .net'I'm"'Jln Meldrom Sual.,:ii\ W.'it.'lotrtE tCr e- rVollge BilT..SnUtb, .Doff t>*n boin.1 i stalled a* olficera of the chap- Park ,spent the weekend with ol Griffin Oa. Banquvt .
: happy, that KH3 ,now'haa a anything. It was gratifying to Allen Tanner Leon and Leona ; elot8. Oall Chrlstoffer ion soon, with a liberal artsjunior Frank: N'ooiiey, Lindsay Walk I her brother and sister-in-law t'Queen of the Sweetheart
V mu.lc. 'teacher,'"''Mr*. Ogelvle, .... so many people rushing to Rldaught, Pamela Cromer Kathy Hlnclc. Janet Kauff- ,, college that also supplies er. Wally Muhlhofer. Dr. Dun ten.'After the ceremony refreshment Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Butts. at the 1st Baptist ChurchIn

:',r M. *wilT'as Of Hovann who the rescue:' Mary Lt*. Klnlllldon.'and Mr*. man Pamela Tomes and 1+eon ,, Christian training.< \ On'Itujrt er sr am Belote. D.-, were served in the I '1'. C. Miller 1* home from Orlffln..Mrs .
__ comes front pa1ta: ..tf. week MARTHA IS FIVE: I Davis' grandaon. Lane 8lbl, y Trust : '1 :Those, turfenuj and, the Jack WlJBelm.\ ; H. L. Ownbey banquet hall and a social the hONpltal( and i U feeling : ,. Roxie Clough until came'Wednesday Sun
t tb' hlj l the band.'Dr, llovannteavhel' On Monday morning Fab.IT ';'iii: I (ORA >E OB:: ,Btepbi.nlSliau I group that will run the college And Bert Chi Ulof fere.'Advertising enjoyed. Hostesses were Mr. I line follow Ing auigery : I to stay .
it rn: Johns; River / Martha Jan Scheeffrr LOCAL WOMAN DIES -. hn' ey. Kerry Shackle-.. I ,:will .be .I\ootlnl for ,th? and publicity& : Ruby Reed. Mr Louie Perry, Mr: and Mrs Lee Mangun day with Mra. Vita Herring.Ml
:: .Junior''ColI. .. 'The football daughter ,of Mr. and Mr*. greatest' "space ape" of all \ Clough arrived Sunday
., .WHILE IN OCALA I I fotd' ,. Diane Duvls Gary !NorrU I T6hy" Baker chairman: C. W. Mrs. Irma Lockwood. Mrs of Freeport Long Island N. Y. Fen
and Mrs. Horace
r boosters are .still working: hard O.orge MSchaefftr," celebrated ''Mrs.. Josefa Cabana of Kev ,. Karen Williams DeborafvHawcs The on* that ow.. ;N written Owens. Everett Fox, And/ Mildred Muhlhofer were recent gue.U of A. L. Mr. with Mr.
: \U, ',payHtoa aaA* on the-' f fane he fifth birthday at I I' rtone Hclahts did! in OoaU MiohaeFunderburk.1-;I HBout la the very that, tbaptfrt I Prack. Roy .Tyre. -John War- Prelss. nell spent the week .

: airthe.football. \ftPlrI. Let's her home 09 Pmch Street Wednesday, ....b. 12. at DVld) Holtgn; anti .Mickey >!< ,&the IJibl l ten; Floyd" Baker. T. W. Baker ''Two TournamentsHeld I r Utile Joyce Rothhammer and Mrs. Homer Slkes.There
: Lima- .Mart vtelvrd i lovely th"l I .."ln the beginning Oo keep., Keystone) lit, (Ute' : some rwim* of her. daughter/ BrokM.ORAOC. Mary K: Schatffer.;CorbettTMreO. celebrated her 8U birthday
S light Don't .iet' these- 'group gifts. ant\\ she and her '.\\ltdl I i Mitchell Paredea. Shu had : 'IA. JUNIOR HIOII ated'S the" heaven! ." .' Willis Chester. Col. ; 'By Ladies I I Feb. 13.with a family p.rtr..at and at the dance'Old last School Saturday House.night About .

: disband. (or lack enjoyed playliut ,with all her' I town 111 for some tune. and I I SCHOOL: Bill Belote/:Jr. John Beldler Buddy. Oood.year At Club; the home bf her partnU.. Mr JO people were
a.s Attend the toy*. Quests Included Mr*. RdWhltehend had stayed{ in. Ocala to be near Sharon Brannon Patty Co*.I Got. so engrossed In pound- and Leon Rldau J1t. I Keystone 1 I I and Mrs. Oljmn Hithhammer. young ani
-euPJJOrt'l I II and played
i games
'L. whloH.'wilt" : -:' : and son Joey. Mrs. Tier' doctor<< i! Deboiali Inklebarier. Deborah Ilig out,the City Council story Telephone and Transportation The Keystone Heights golfing -II Mr. and Mrs V. Y. Crawlry danced.present Refreshments of
this Murnn' Jim Oaboaitil and daughters I KJuaibury. Oina .M..... and I that I forgot to writ the short : Bill Beam. chairman '' l
'She wig also the mother olMrsr I ij : gals had another good visited A. J. Shannon in the I crakles and Cokea mere, served.
Speaking of iftak. ; ,Ogelvl, KaMe ',nd Marie Aim; Mrs I Ollbrrt Paredfa. and I, Bi a.Lou O'Connor. story I planned about' our new Mr*. C; W Owens 0iUvinpiston. I I Jacksonville Hospital, :
1 turnout I fine Nayal VIckHOorntn
I ,..n playingwrither Olenda Ora Inter and
and I : : not. the
'Mualo Thomas'Prtvost dau h Code. So
.the new Teachtr, we"ould I i Municipal I
Oene William
made ,her home with the I .,1ORALE IB: Roddy Hutch last( Thursday. :IoIoIIr'ollas Funday.! "orero" the ho'tra'e' -
say that Mr. Knuth has !.era, Shari and Angela; MU'IOeorl' news Item about 'the Code, Pick-
: parades family at Lake Oe Inson.OR" .' I I Sunderland. Walton ,L &took low gross in the Mr*. Carl Hagjlund and
Tr himself a handful 'of Bpanton and daughter.' Council members plan to .re' Thomas '
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ll..va. Q C. Chees r. Rd ffn. A. J. Wltheufxwn are
Id-tiule play 91. Eileen
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.. Mualc T.arh.M" Wendy Pamela Cromer aixi AD.! I: Leslie '' peal.several law. that contra. '
"tonSrue-twUtiTt: ; Watk\n Edna Williams
Mr
Tom
Funeral services were heldIn Flniey ,i- captuied low net .lth a t lilting liv fl t. Frtrrsburg
*L.r.. .. 'Ogelvie: Assistant Martha'i'aunt. Miss Anna\ Me I New York City' last week. Sltaron 'Brown.: Qlenn Be'\1 I diet eaijh.. o.hot,. Charlea. Titus HMcrv Walt'cl )5. Dottle: Paris was wlnnet Miss. R'.iby'Uly of Paducah,
... Principal. )tr.: Ollphant; and Cyllouirlt. Ther; !. was also a Mi. *. CatMtnaa U survived by I Jackie O dWlt\. Dorothy' ,Wh n tbe .Uw were all togethir in th* nine hoe: event. Ky.:! vliluj friends In Mlrasr n.oal NUBSKBY
Secretary Mrs,' OILIXE.lbat'i birthday cake .I1d.. other, te- tit two daughter Ilka (Mrs I eobergh. Danny Hlnck Debrg and put \U>to "resdbli'ian.guaie. ua.'Ladl., Comm'tt' : M4r, % Tli Zea Ton Tournament rently FLOWERS
confuting; to ,,MY Ilia) frMhmenU.DKQBIC'' kBheflirld and Hoiana Vail I ., several' contradictions \ 'LeBna\ iaUrman. b
.. filbert Paredrsl) and OladyS t lu.to ; ; Miff an 'la.holnt.;" was plaints' Tommy" Odom of Oalnesvll'1i'.tfcf !
'least.; IM FOl'B I Mrs. Mitchell, ""redeA). aadaevrl .SUu. mere caught' in the trdinances. cttea King Pot'la i 9uuderU Thur,Uy.. but n.u1t1fNt' him brpttier and III l.ter-

FT&' TONIGHT' pit Monday. .Feb I 10, Debbi.tm1m son*:who c live In tar. mailMEN: Lanc' Andrew i Read .It myself and. f I Helen >Cfsn.>: Ulb' him C* not .1Ii..'fu as press tin. T-l4w., ?*, and &. -*i Manrtn.
,Another reminder that PTA yoUnger< dauahter ,.of bus parts of.( Ihp:: U, 8., a* *eli "'1,1' \ Bird Pam Ban > saw a few. mill Stewart Bu awy r. 5f a Ttie C3untry Club U happy 4
mefftonlaht Mr and Mr., It IJ Davis of You read If too. There'sa
will fThll..IId..1 f not,.' Beverly Cuendet, ChMwrOlenn i cart Chatar.-I1tli. .N tti4> IItlH1 ', members .
o. welcome a* :iew THE RlOlff rOVNT f.r |b"wr1M.
Terry King. Nancy I cop? In ,th* ..Library.the berry .?ran Tzx L*t N'N"I .he Jack Crawfrde. and Adm .a, ,... Cfmr InMt .

Ktngnbury, and Clatne: La I| ",len WaUenliM. WknlfrrrfCrawt ..". Mr Vernai Davis, t DUly I "sewn .*.r rmr1 e ESTEKiBtaJi r_ AOPhone '.., .
:: rd. Mrs.\ Herman. Doetil. 4.row! Oft I-SJ11
1t I. :KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! MELROSE votn.SOPHOMORBM Fran Livingston was seen SSnn ( |-.- l I"a. TEll"r.L'Pn. :
; :: Linda An. arrival of their tint.chlW. Alice Dwye Ann I\>>l.a.. I .,".unt ..ltti a vast array 1 Chon,. RMt vBetot*. Put a daughter\ born Saturday' Office Stag(! s E:, wiKarChannun 1 Cuendet.. James Davle. Wanda morning. Feb. I. at Bradford ,8e-'t ty' Beam", nil h* Mder May., Thw result: ---
IHSINESS l DIRECTORYAPPUANCIg Oudwln. Kathr McOlaf. County Hoapiial. The child Mort.n. Joy O kr.. rae Oar \ii t attrcttwaJktiay into I I'.t'f
.
i Jar>ey MoMurtry, Patty I has been named Debra La den. Helen Wrrn. C JI "\ rtubhou lined< wlttifAurt
Von :Mrs flake .la the formr I O'Connor
Hill
Shaughnewy.' James Tliie I DerrwdvI .
of llgustrum on tithe
.. !AUTO STORE 1"HESTAURANTSBeildler's' I Norm' VlWei\aL.\ .. and Linda l..ron l'IIy\On *f X.'OIl' I Ralph/ II r,..". Imo4, ne .Bryan '..: Landxcapinsi of t.v ..1 -
Young Height. Kl. 1hdau.ghIr.ction\ : tundt around the clubhouw'

ry Service Center JUNIORS: Thomas Bird. na"O".U.M I Day C"nunt'-,' '. vi1.r' the spotworship ot ; -WHO'S THE: f
Western Auto ,
-, .... Bruce M on. Btev. BhacM List weekend. Mrs. 1oIar- Frank Jones ehaitaaant T 0Flnley. > ,,. Ky ton,, Wom.n'0,1'-
.. .' ... ..... C W ,.*'
.. L 'I'' OtII. Holiday IDaR..tauraat I
oWl'ntIt
ford. Carroll Baker. Carol ...1"Hall and her uncle. 'Jim I "JC1I1kJ\ Fran. *4 Orouiui i (my"
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Associate StoreS Oriffln.
Arnold 1A,
tin. F WB.hr
AolhoiWl c..rtnevII" I """etrmars chug of th
Motorola -' Phllc' I SUptimvaon. Paca...Ht> tier happily surprised" in _
!Sal. and S AF'Iat'-Mr' S. K-. -. U&m*. antS.ca...l Wolf. when th*> h.tS'Mal..I The*'e>r. astiect.' ] ks t. b* oongratulatMl' .
8"I I ro_ SkNIOnS; .Brutc* Brttn. Irotn their IMAM In ,Loo\u>- ortanlMdonal sttu on a fine Job. ? I
JV l Bert-lea.. O* ArrislMll*. Tbi., tur and "IJQNI1IJutU., with .
I tawroc*. ptneetejI ; I.Mrraln. Dry, Sandra M.**ttr*. iter. Maiv, *. Th' vuttors wereCot Another mixed twobantwjTtan .
: TV, ,_.BAPIO .meaco j : : I Ia ...... I vartuiu. comrartU, wrtby .. 'I "
pac. ("OKfa.&nL? fto1LR. UndA.Narrla.. JUUann Nelson l : and Mrs Robert HeoaJngVt ,nl wia nM last THINK: P.M J
.2pitn.i Mr. Donton
: ;.,. ..ijflIDTY: S "' ........ 0..... I Rkyr.si, I OPBK T oATs ...LT' partd 8o.'h."Utr.' and Harold. a>'.. Mtna r Has 1*' r.- \W'POr..'...r. .M.ltr him and and day: Wuutt 'In this rrtnwt .
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Vtvt ilia... and >.reHl*>*n Lie and John
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1 SMllin tUinMl from
west Ouar*at *:-: P'.I--.. 141 .. Mr. MtOtevin I a : '
TV41S4WI Mr.Palate, CloreV* he and hi* wife .wr. en theta reward tolhIr'yIs4t HamaxMtd. 1st. Jew genii. witha KUNMERp

i .siIb.u Suip........ AU (CUr1 9. I It IIaIi Wi.m. .. 5i* to Fort' .rsU. after a t.' sUl* 'campaign * j jTo
h a< \\Wn.ra I in JackMWivUle
Blork Nortfc f R.t UgWKPYWX.E a number of grandchildren d-U, en I'OIIt.11F1oc1.ta, Mr*. and Whitney Htyne 2nd low
UP TO tO% OFF I KKTSTOMtC: IfEIOllTBNUKSFJIY '' I I'a.| PU. N.\LK; hail. aiM her unclr.. are ,annual Of special latenesS wa a tress seating a 44; Pet O'
: HU(1I4ThREAl. : I
from th
TeWvMon. uil ..A..I)(.. .. ,,.* "nU\ r* of Keystone I winter' ""' ..wn..f K".ton& tit report Ladi chairman. of Conner and LoIs Walker toatiIU
---- \ Commute
1 I HUh Scho-d win be ..roi aM this yvartAoyDrln. ."--'iN.I edeja- low' "IM> witn a >$4. *>n4
0 ,'.tfwe,4aa has.. It .1 KHTATIC I ttm oeskend l good' hom**> the the Panuborn. ? t'GqLtlkeorta. *I ln* ftf, ptan tee a octal .*/ nl 2nd low. net w.,.t to Cv

'". We '!" .....r HI 1 i sa..4* pie*. Anyone wantin I ,'.... .... rvtor*. such' as a coffe wfth \."_.., u>d ManJua. 01
C. J., Pet. O'ConnosaALT.a .t\IrftcI .. .
= ":4 Wheeler' II pie nay go to IXKky (his t Mi- an4 )..Ire.j j Ed WliII's4seS.1' f I will net \' KnUi-d' ?.... AttlftoblllC'to 11w' .. lot wttte a >>. Th tourtMm. be< 'full of fun and hat lime to eeLs*-
Nile-wy ..... n---., UI a-iturday and boy anal I fused two'tMMrm .ri4 ;,MnJr ,$I I. I J wa* foUsre..! by S social hoot
---- Discount Store r SJtAL KSTATSKr 1'1 It aUght .b.* a good WNt.k..da ,usqthoytsr.... -. !.e. and .vAn .1'<<161 .im'natnI I wtttt a "ty-.-"'<- p1I. Pratt ThUb' 'Wc.s. *' ..oaio.aass Al9aUaAUl I .M rS to t>.U<* an ecder It VOM I .py' ng Vw OTonnoe QitalsI I "CU be extended to> U.'as.< .. do-"-y.*trtr" lied ......-

Iie I.1i..aMa. ...,..- .. r- IS VAN ..... The.,/ .lan* H...... TO. 4TV4IM:,I want on* r .nflt. by raUHMT4M.MU. \ en Br-Mtqr. Poli4.I 1' are* *a.**..... ter .htei! : tia.. SUI Hank: -xafr ....pcMU box.
:. 4' ..' Mil. L.Pnn&s.Mr& *, S.dt.o.ty rwr-oa.* U toivtud. will b* ,O.TM CXt1IiIonl" .broke Mttrtt
... at ) tiVe..i. L.t.p.rta. I I NIW .ubi" ot* **.rt,; Ian Ifemembe'rteat llul hot- and thus.
olU ttmIM
I 4 IS. E. McKay Realtor TbW *ntrWiln' group \ .1\1., A. O. 1M4d\1lC\\ forEcs! pestowik
w. e.rk'e k.-:..v7ikiag W w .:;. .. i.sa.I.e.. .. rim.. ," and sins. Sill also rav* a ) and Mr Pr* Cltta atiS4rd)"1- ,, aftot sicak'.. wit... ,;' be' *" eeLs,.
1'BN. I -tde4Asi3on
; j.t.de.tiimi 1.1I.0-- "_Ut at the Clay rirlrtptcnK the" ..n-cl. BM-Mtn of u. '
.. 'aasMIh'e. !. _
i AyU. ( I "(* SB HUMS. n A. SIVI wthtw. t* wr'w 9'1
thsst. r>**t na r _,.VI' .. EaVJCE 14. tel.. Yr .......-. ......'I Im... AAAeV. ... tBS *sO'sE': ; ir* citu satoUrui. at UM ..Firstfisplist 47 .a ... e ,,. imay -t'- met at tlrK': '
._._- I-. I' ;Ltk "r.ICL"" aUbe.r. On F,Wi *nr SX In* Woman' Cburvh .U* Stfiae r.* cocv' 'CM! Os'dP' U4 BWssic. wttJk M... ...__
-= Terrell' O. C* Carnes Nursery .. ... S twlfc. KM-a Club will hoM its rrettfortcwxUty r>. it.Op Oas'ts1 QWl1lWC *."1)e. i'Oiemqwl4' p.U.. r Kt* cMlnc --.n. u's' I

-. V .-. 1p.stIm.. alisly b.se. __ tvmrn4MHa.BM-fi.ua at : *. P.UVU Whltasd-* of ; CrIZ1V.Iooe ...1C.,. $ Mr.. 4X I-"wr.a*
:- Gulf Service, tl ... Kal 01 SIMM O* p.d.. ."....... .g... .suI .. II SO in ? the c.ItWUawnh "Iu.. 111. .** im In CMMTTilfvUene !Irq.:.. ._ ..ww l.n. .t*. *..U. a-Mf UC S _

_--' epdsfty. plr.si1h. "Uen&1 bwltOi. l"bm.-.n lit U>. O 8. RU' '>a"1 *.%enU4& tt 5.vc..b .
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_- Ir_ ,au* IIwJ .-*.1| ."-.... "': ..,.INI U>. MWumeuS soLJmea ..., Air Fwx- I' '...'N. ,, .* ro Roral f tr WR.. I ..,.... r. ..vie.I UTOSN 111T$
: ""ot U.AI pr.m. u4 113 S Other .....*> Uk. ..** aa.a te..w'a_ .. at -.. 1f -- Ia_. .
S I.b.St.S .'......t*. .'iLe. .. .. :Nofloie- ,U\ s'.t' on MOM Mr.. M.3i W1u--., loa U.sr.I. eI 1.1"'" : -
I Rule....* PIMM U44raM i ** FWt in r-om"--- ", .1 i 4t&al I&I\&e I .I..... ,.Mr l't ..ak,735.sde curitcuFay : & 't. -AM* .: .' o.PJ. J ,z.-A.: Mf- TiSO: P. U. t 'k.,.._ U.4b5q j*,.r AMMI*.U ,, t.k. (a6JI. WhM."w. .."' n. L.1aeimt i....... .xnr. Pf"&ir ce:, *> at. a f
.. == muli....' .f1l__., ..M. T-- ... t *. a.. ... I' rb.ii.. Ua-Utl Ut bum f VI "'Iet'CsesIn4 '
.:,, : Mr. and Mr. .*,. SIt ?t.k.s Jrl teeI'vqd weld 'M.sadi p Taylor Orel* .*tl ... r* ,
I of SUt-nr Lake are happy san abe Iu4 .rea a-tt-*M4 l Ftm UptU4 C-t "
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FOURTEEN BR.IDFORDx'o1. NTYTEYGR.1Pf1R1.lRK1CFLORID.1: THfRSDAY. FEIV 20. tool

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KEYSTONE Mzth.n r *. ', "'".!ff' '-" .. -"-,_...", ..,....\' ..\.';,," .!'
ed : .
Natut IIq "Ag ',
HILITESFrom ,tn '" ra .- '* Coupon>,w;!

It BLUE RIBBON QUALITY is;

( Proceeding PaP] j Cb 6UC ViESTERNGRAIN-FEDBEEF .it ; Cbrn r't'

Ownbey with Mrs. Fred Ellis rl
IM r
presiding In the absence of
Mrs. Ivey Crosby circle chair + l: r, CLIP AND REDEEM. ,
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man. The program topic. 'I FOR UP 70 ;,
Must Be Informed" was presented \
by Mrs. Ellis, assisted
by Mrs. Nick Chab. Mrs. Van I11B .,
Buiklrk and Mrs. W. A. Bach-
man. Plans! were made to spni ,5.
Easter clothing to little. Carol & II
Hersey. an orphan in the Baptist j

Children's Home. R- LB "i
frpshments were served by the PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND /
hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. C. I; EXTRA *R l C! *

Ashley. QUANTITY__ _..RIGHTS_ RESERVED .. MERCHANT! GREENSTAMPS ?, r rl,
NOTICE. : Starting Monday. '- *.t
Feb." 24, and conunu.iu'' BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BONELESS ROLLED
Dixie
LilyRICE
through Friday, Feb 28, a r
Study Course on the Book of LB
Ephenlans will be taught at n CHUCK ROAST tro;
the First Baptist Church by s
Rev Marvin V. Btedham of R
.-- a BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BONELESS .
PalaUa. -He la fltld: secretaryto 8 LB. "
the Southern Daptlst Organization Merchants 0
BEEf STEW .r.uft4och 69c
of Churches. All 1E
I ,
are invited. BAG 1 FRE ;' f:REEIy 1
EXTRA
Community Church; STAtbsss
About 90 members attended
the bl-monthly Family DinnerIn
the educational building FRESH CAUGHT DRESSED SUWANNEE RIVER rwlHSWMw /
,
Fab. 12. Mrs. William Walz. !\ ."., .
,
president presided of the and Church Introduced Women J f BUUE' ; .Iv: ;RIBBOH"" QOALIT.YSmoked '' .\ CAT' FISH'' LB 39 t MAKE FAIR YOUR FOOD Ti a4 raS HOUSE:aS* pAIE /

Frank Ilgen chairman of the LENTEN /
Sanctuary Building Committee M.
LEAN MEATY gwa

} WESTERN
: SEAFOOD nl
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under the Board of'' ; r. R
Trustees. Mr. linen. In turn. :! HEADQUARTERS i "aoaiu, i 43r. 21!

Inrtdouced pastor of the Dr Temple Orva Lee Terrace Ice j 1;;! ;. : ; SPARE RIBS LB 39 ,.

Community Church of Tarn pi. :
who described'<1 methods usedin "
financing the building of : H.AMS. d. FARMER CRAY SWEET SMOKED I ......-,
I : .. .
Holz'will TI AMIRCMANTS
pnasi
new church there. Dr. :I w.

as Sanctuary dedicate Sunday.Sunday and Feb. 23.\\ .. t. .. t. The k 51d BACON 2 89 ff1 ********CSIIM C:UMM 4M>STAMPS msmn .?
Install members of the IC LB$ 1 e \ .1.l)n HALO HAIR SPRAY !
ing committee: at that time. "SHANK CUT # e I, 'OULAII 011 ,orT 21.1e ,
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Mrs. Charles Wallenlus held I ;l W tMto-MWt MM lf l WMrnw* J
LADY FAIR SWEETMILK OR BUTTERMILKBISCUITS __ =M_ j.4I ,< =
Feb.
a committee meeting on
12 to n.ake Initial plans for I
the: annual Silver Tea of the O 39
Church Women on March 19. CA $ r.
As this is a seated tea rescr-I I
vations should be I. $ *
soon at podElbM> with Mrs. M.' y FARMER CRAY ALLMEATFRANKS PAINTER'S QUICK FROZEN ROASTING I MIRCHAMTSCaili STAMPf j

H.Dates Schroeder te remember at 473-421T.: Executive -I i# i.49; CHICKENS \. 3? : !! /WV, ,V M t. KINllMt tltCTHj;
Board meeting: of the I| / \ PI / POTATO SALAD |
Community Church Women. ''L8 I CREENDELL BREADED VEAL TENDER! DELICIOUS SMOKED J I! ,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.._,. ...w-.I. ,
Feb. 24, at 0:30: a. m. 1.Ti.4
Men's Club Dinner at 0:30: ': STEAKS .69 PORK CHOPS 69
L'
m. In the educational build
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p.ing with Mrs. Charles Wallen-, ( '.,'. ;.BUTT. :CUT' OR W 'j 0 L. E.HAMS .. Rndr t. Cook, Chopped Fro..", For n.d! a
lus circle: as hostesses. Quest '.J:. I '. p.
speaker will be Walton Thorns -> : 49C ": ,
of Sperry-Rand: personnel) LB, ',, rmmm .aria
t. H1i to
department.World .
oma MIItaUlfTS GUtN STAMP t
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Day Of PrayerThe trr.DETERGENTS LIMIT..3W&TH& JS.OO OR MORE FOOD ORDIR .1.M. ,. wiwnww I1..we.
annual World Day of ,- 'B'M4' ago en a'1 f
Prayer was observed with a fmy GARLIC VINCCAR4rJ4
union service of the Protestant! w.w-M .M 1.W N.II-I..r,., ... 1
churches of Keystone Heights!
on Feb 14 at St. Anna1 _...._.
Church with Dr. A. C. Holt u| 1 '
speaker. Mrs. Thomas Oarnar .ela1 a w.1..
s
of St. Annex, and Mrs. Mike| 10VaOZ' 6
Redfearn of the Community | erect .wiles
Church were representatives, 1 i V TOMATO CAN jniXCHANTS) CRIfN STAMP
chairmen. Dr. Ralph Copeland: [ wL..wwr.r..wrw
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B wan&at E the Reported organ. >i I o Up;, .! t ALUMINUM ALCO4.t11T
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rs2r4stirj 7SBSS --- -"
At New Method
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Thieve entered the N-w,
Method Clsaner.'on North
Tempi" ..'",tto. second timein T E FYNE-TASTE OR MORE FOOD ORDER I
several month ana to.. .
"ptiuiU arnolln'''iof ensnare MiLK ''
3s29; :
from Jar an according"honUr system": loB Drp1 cookie ./''t 5848P < w

Sheriff A. E. Brown Jr.
Tin deputy said nothing BATHROOM TISSUE LIMIT.SCOTT -] WITH 13.50 OR MORE FOOD ORDER $
else has been miwed' from the V

establishment Thompson. owned, and by that Raymond the'.' TISSUE tRtC9 ? V

thieve s*$inffd to know a
actly( where the Jar was to b*
F D I."DIM SPECIAL! 55CVALUG
found. Nothing els in the
rlmhers appeared, to deputyreported. hare GREEK PEAS 5 ".:, 1 1P 100 FF Deluxe FROZEN FLORIDA.ORANGE ,. LADY FAIR FRESIt{ BAKED
b ell' disturbed the
F D.U. FROZEN CUT '.' 25'
Entry to the establishment JUICE CAlf flj; CHERRYSPECIAL
wtndov and the culprits: left GOLDEN CORN 5 ;:,i 1 1F 100 .

Tla a rear door which they anI I P DU*. FROZEN
locked from the lnid<
,1 I MIXED VEGS. 5 ;:r 1"P SNOWDRIFT or FYIC-DAKE 'LIMT-1' WITH 15. 0 OR K>Ef ORDER ----

Wll _tl* MTU HUlTllfl
P D.l... FROZEN .REG FRENCH e J' MUUiaUMK
OO SHORTENING 3 CAN 58 :
GREEN lEANS 5 '- 1 ---......--- .

Plua i t r/(I 11 s ,.
BOSTON BONNIE<<> FROZEN(Chi PKCS) DEL MONTE CUT RIM *IAl j 8

FISH STIX 3 I90COOOMR1CH GREEN .EAHS'5lIO:: BARTUH, PEARS 3l:r.I00 i .-. ..,.. I

.SUIIS".I,. C.findlba/u/wT.e.t: .. JACK 0' LANTERN CO IMM .. MIRCIU!$r.w1.r.r Il lIN !!!.IZl !' I IC

C: INSTANT (J.: PieS( ) GREENS 3 < MASHED YAMS 2l:25': I @, i .:; !

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MASHED POTATOES 3'0.2% \ ..:: w::.::::."1 '."w==.:

kH' : G PRODUCE SPECIAL! FRESH SWEET flEW CHOPSTRAWBERRIES-, ;

HAIISCOCRACIUS .-- $ ,
VALUE
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SWISS- N HAM >- =: 41. I I 10O LADY ArK SQUARE/ CHEWY>

SUNSHINE CRACKERS :'

0011'1 CAUGHT DIXIE VANILLA "-... 2% t P I IIITS COFFEEcAKE

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With Your +. IGarRA
-: ". rpiIA1/SOIJTHA1gfKA! : / o i.l : .r I rt.,1 r VASHtMCTOWSTATI+ PANCY RIO DILICIOUS' .Sf1E 3'
F-O-fi' DOWN
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r.xnr.; six 1ULDFO1tI) JOtrNTV; TELF.ORAP !STARKE. FLORIDA

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:: t: k -i .*rwd I sPoRTsiJ'Palatka I BOWLING\ Baseball Looms Hears Cage Season End,



LEAGUES Around Corner District Set


Baseball Is: in the air at I I
Ir Bradfoid: High's Tjinad )
Bradford JIIIJ1! again anl:
cagers will conclude their te-
and Coach John Manning 11
rounding a 18-man squad: into
and :Monday! In tll'O raad:: <<
The topped S & for the season -
Is Champ Keystoners shipe opener
.--- I games with Santa Fe and Orange
L, 4-0 In the Thursday Morn tentatively set for March 3
Pork.
p1'Thill Ing Coffee League behind the Practice sessions began Jan. I Iuaiy '
The Tornadoes now 14-10.
bowling of P. Brown who had 27 and despite continualwet : I
Tornadoes Place Third \ will tackle the tough' Santa
:1 high aeries 539, and big1*I weather and wind Coah I Fe Rebels on their home floor
Manning\ his had his charge
game 213. S. Ellington led tho I Ii F.lday' night in an attemptto

: losers with a 413 act. 1 i runnlmr' throwing playing redeem themselves for a

In Tournament J. Wells'! 450 aeries was I pppper and taking infle'rtI : previous 41-39 loss in tro local

iii' Loop i high for the J & M'\ In their I I every day except one. gym. Next Monday. Feb. 24.

4-0 win over the Rebels. F. I I' "The wet weather ha lImlt- the Tornadoes will also be on:

ovnrturnnd wml-tntllcr from the hydrocarbon plant at Brooker WIM loadpcl l Hardenbrook, with a 397, was 'I'd our practices but I think I i the road meeting Orange

"with 8,515 gallon of dungeroiiHly. explulv. propane gait.. Patrolmen kept watrli ovrr the BHS'a Tornado cagers bowed to powerful Palatka Ire high for the Rebs. i, the boys are working their Park in the Green Cove gym

_pXerliirncil' vehlc-le all Sunday night and Monday until dangerous Iall was trunnfirrtol 57-40( Friday but came back Saturday' to whip Live \__'_ B. Winkler'a 35ft set led the i, arms into pretty good shape" I, Next Thursday. Friday anl:!

to nunthrr, carrier. The. truck overturned !Suadny! .night "and; lay more than I 12 hour on Oak 59-45 to take third place in the First Annual Cool Cats in their 40 win Coach Manning laid! Wedn'*- Saturday. Feb. 27, 28. and 29 .

busy. U. !S.' SOl at the Internet-Una of SR-227. Florida] Star Basketball Tournament played here. I ,,.'' over the Teacups. H. Holtzen-: day. A dozen: games have alI I the Tornadoes will participatein

Top-needed '''alatta. easily I dort led the loners with a 314 I ready been scheduled andi the District Tournament in
who zipped the ball Into him i three more will\ possibly b<*
Gas Termed Dangerous became conference champs be. set. I Uve Oak.'The Bulldogs themselves -
; again and again and who also I placed on the list soon for a .
hind the powerful rebounding! Startling 1 \\.... Lout will be the locals' first

and shooting of bin center Bob I kept the Jackets honest by I Key.tonera ___u___ 8 0 total of 15 games plus tha' opponent.Live!!' .

Carrier On tJ. S. 30 I.A \I. Steven. who towered above sinking four field goals from I I J&M's _______n_ 8 0 I group tourrmmsnt. The first I II Oak has beaten the

Propane Flips; everyone in the gym. Coach way out. Both boys made th' I Cool Cats ____n___ 4 4 I four date*. March 3. 6, 10 and I Tornadoes once this season;: by
all-tournament team. I 13 are still open but Couch two points. 44-42 but Coach:
Erwln Land's Tornadoes had SAL .__ __ __ .____ 1 7
tank truck carrying 8.- guard using three troopers'; all The trailer broke loose from edged Lake City for the third By halftime the Maroons Teacups ___________ 0 ALADIKS I Tanning hopes to schedule I II Erwin Land's cagers have

515 gallons of flammable and Sunday night and Monday until the 'tractor M It swung a- time thin season 60-69 'In A had almost doubled the lead,I OHS and Green Cove. I handed the Bulldogs: two losses. -

explosive propane gait from the trailer was.rtuhted and round. and the tractor did not preliminary' cont-at Thursday! 37-18 and they spent the ': TWILIGHTN. I Of the 16 boys expected to In their first encounter on

the Brooker Hydrocarbons .tho'Kaii transferred to another overturn. Driver Earl Emil night to gain the scrnl-flnab. balance of the contest let. Nelson rolled a 473 series play baseball! thin season seven Jan. 3 the Tornadoes won

plant' overturned Sunday tanker.! Property damage, 'to Mack, 42, Btarlte, received only The powerful Maroona led tlng bin Stevens run up the to pace Gateway in Us are still ,practicing basket-1 handily 65-44 and in their last

night as it entered U, S. 301 the wrecked l tanker was ea l i- 'minor injuries according to by Stevens were never pushed score and his point! total. Hi 3.1 win over Murrhee luHuranee ball. Five! of the seven play I game in the Florida Star

from SR-227 mated at nearly, 3000., : Trooper Ham/ report. He was all they downed the Tom nadoes had two chances ta run hit in the Ladles Twilight ,, Junior vanity basketball however I Tournament Bradford trimmed -

The tanker carried piopano Trooper: Hollu said In his charged with. disobeying a 57-40 Friday night ana wenton point tot&l higher as time ran League this week. P. Brown and will be available for I them 59.45. but bot i

gas weighing a total of 71,180 report that the left rear tire stop sign.FHP to easily.& soundly thrash I' out but the Jackets' Bob also rolled a 473 set for Murr. baseball after the regular cage I II games were in the Starke gym.

pound! and which could have of the truck laid down' skid authorities had received St. Augustine 68-44/ In the Bergman who played brll hee Insurance. I season ends next Monday. Th I "Live Oak Is extremely difficult -

exploded with great force If maiks for 00 feet at the inter word of the errutlc progress championship contest 111bill\ Ilantly in the final two quarters Trlest Construction stepped five have been working: out to beat on their home

Ule,: tank had sprung a leak section. DoIng mto the' curve of the truck on SR-227: from Stevens scored an amazing 41$ I for Palatka, blocked on) back up to .e 'ond place after with the diamond squad dur I court." Coach Land says

and been ignited by a spark the truck falluu. to"make!! 'thU Brooker to U. 8. 301 before points to establish a tourney shot perfectly and caused winning a 4-0 victory over Ing the lull in the cage schedule I' "We'll need all the supporc

as it scrapped over the highway left turn toward Starke' and the truck actually ,overturnedbut I record which will probably / Stevens to miss another pans Well Electric. B. Sprow hada I caused by the Florida I we can get next week if we'ie
"
according to Trooper J the trailer tipped over on It*. I were unable to reach It stand for! sometime. right in front of the basket. 535: series for the night. Star Conference Tournament to win.

M. HolHs of the Florida Highway side, coming to rest In th' 'before the accident occurred For their third place flnbth I Guy Batsel scored 21 Tor the while B. Bowen was high 414 I' The five ravers' are Dal Should the Tornadoes IP I

,' Patrol, who investigated I median strip of th,,' four-lam I The mishap occurred at approximately the Tornadoes were awardedthe I Jackets and Bergman conflbutrd for the losers. Picking up Crosby Marklee Sanderson I II past Live Oak they will then

.tlrj mishap. highway and partially In th 9:80: Sunday night name ball used in the 13. both boy tallying splits for Wells were G. Me. I Fmmett Akrldge Greg Reddish meet the winner of the Lak.

Th... PHP maintained' a north-bound l traffic tans. I 9. .2. miles.. south of. Btaik tournament. Palatka and 8tI I mostly on long outside shots Rue fi-4-7 and M. Firth 4.3. I and Wayne) McLeod. Two City-Perry game. Perry Is favored -
boys expected to play first to win the contest and
I Both came to life In the second
the :American lAgloif, announc. Hole-In-One: I I Augustine received trophies D *" W Auto won three t string baneball. Donald Falcon I they have beaten the Tornadoes -
Robert Turner half but by ttu/n It was I I
I for their first and second place
,
ed the annual OrUorlcitl, Con.
Hollow
I far too late to atop the high points over Sleepy and Gary Cole. are on I twice by two points on-rj:':
l..t.. to be h.ld 'her Feb. 2i! Contest Set At i I finishes. scoring Stevens. dassheIn ..' with M. Watterson rolling the varsity cage team and will and three the other. On the
Head I
Named I Another precedent of pick. luuril Bobby Moody I
with seven or" eight! count" Country ClubThe I nil.H Win ConnotationMeeting high series 475 for the win.r play basketball at leaf I 'oral flr-or Perry topped ttf:"
participating The contest l I. I Ilnll a 10-man AllTournnmenti Live for a lay-up after stealing/ nerd. M. Smith led the IOH- through the' District Tournament Tornadoes 63-61 and In Perry
Oak In the
Of Round Table i selected by the team I the. (mil In the. Tornm. *""' 2D-4.1
open to the public, j Han* said. First Flight Oolf Equipment ; consolation Saturdaythe | ers with a 402 set. T. Ebling next week. 61-SB!\ ,
l conchej was also set as the game runt of IJve, Oak to take 3rd I
Tut'.ner..d t. the 27.10 for Other members of the diamond -
Chairman
elected Co. Is sponnoilng a Tornadoes had apparentlirecovered picked up split
Robert Turner was first annual) closel
tourney plitr In the Klorhlit Star Conference Own Paid for (imxl.Hags. .. C'I..n
each Round Table representative Hole-In-One 'Contest at the Sleepy Hollow. squad are Mike Frl-k
from the cold
spell
president of the Civic RoundTable I Saturday night Conference I Tournament.VVIUlima No Khaki or ""M.I. .\11Cnlt..n.
4'11.vlt'll' 'mpmbern! Golf te Club. | Andrews topped Gem Mike Waters Dwight Elder.
last Friday night to succeed Btsrke Country chami/i*/ Palatka placed three that hit them Friday against Drugs Bring to Telegraph.They're .
Mr.. Marguerite Hall resigned. of his group the ne-l for 'fos, Feb. 22-33. Persona winding! men on the honor squad, Palatka and the Build,>"* I Jewelry 3-1 behind the bowl. Robert Edwards. Gary Be-

Turner had been serving tar homes for:, children who to enter must purchase three I Staike St. Aunustlne. and i i found It- rough_ sledding. BJ.I and Bishop late in i Ing of Q. Fullwood's 43t serleH. ment Clark Mack. Lamar William !-

an vice president.Buford are gtttlnjr Into trouble )with First Flight golf balls. Live Oak two each and lust I hind tho shooting of forward the llrst period brought the E. DeVoe led the 101l1'r"with I *. Dale Brown and Mark
: w
Mitchell reported on the'law. and whoa. own' homes ,Th price, will be 11,000 for place finisher Lake City on*. Haiold Bishop with 20 points score to 10-6 In favor of Pa a 408. ){. Woodburnand I Hamilton. VWEIGH THEEVIDENCE

communication from the Federal are undonlrabl!' He pointedout each hole-ln-one, with 1200 I Center John Williams and i ifOI I and Ernest Jenkins with II latka and that was as close a* DeVoe picked up &-7 splits. "We may set our ears pinned -

a anil Home Administration that this I. an 'aoute'prob- being paid to the winner In ward Ernest ,Jenklni were I the Tornadoes .tore off a 3014 the cold Tornadoes came all I Goodman's Gulf had a 4-0 I bark but"t can see som3Improvement. I II

Housing in Atlanta itatlnrthat lmin ,our community and merchandise, and 1800 goingto '1 the. two Starke players to halftime lead that WIU night. Center John Wllllaimbucketed I win over Starke 60 paced by I says Coach )

asked 'that' the '", ember... brlns.; the American Heart Amocl-J make the honor squad. It also I never questioned. 10 points for thei :I R. Howell with a 425: series. Manning. "We're gonna haveto

thin area Is no longer suirvstlons", .* to 'what 'might atlon In the winner's' name I' Included Bob Stevens!!' BuddY Playing the benr-h much ol 'i Tojnodocs but Palatka's Stevens i Put* led the losers with a take some chances" he the most

certified for low rent Federal aald be dons. Homer Wood. golf pro. urges I' Miumum and Danny Turner.I the time Coa('h Erwin Land took high point honors 1(0" net.! Pats and liurley i added but said. "I'm not discouraged TREMENDOUSDIAMOND
housing- The agency aluo members! to enter the contest never had his lead seriously with 22 markers I I at all even though
Pete tNovak. !rfprflllllnlln<; Pulittka: Guy untie) and Bill i up 3-10 splits for 66.
that all money presently appropriated -''I the Chamber 'ft" Commerqe; and help. make'It a big success. Brown St. Augustine: Ronnie 1 threatened and the game ended ,' Bishop barely got in doubt/ ,'" .." Won Lest' we don't have many boys out BUYS
for such projects in a 59-41 rout of the Bull I tin and I've only \been able t?
announced for th1 Informa.Inn Strickland and Ronnie. Williams | for locals. with 10 points 'r Gateway 51 25

has been committed, and no of those Interested In I Live Oak. arid El: doii. In' regular' season play i| while Richard Hobbs had 4. Trletit Conat. 42'i 334 work with the basketballer" EVER

more will be available pending euptmurtltytdevclopmenli" that: Dixie League Moor', Lake City.Maroon the Tornado' split a pax 1 o Ernest Jenkins, Bobby Moody\. DAW Auto 4 Hi\ 34i four or five times. "
.
... "I'll tell what
act.llJlb1"Cnnlr.\ I with Live You though
Wendell Jarrard. Director of Meet Slated 18-3 Onk. winning on and Oary Cole 2 each and Andrews Orugs 39 37
Mrs. Ruby Johns chairmanof I their home 65-44 but Manning continued emphatlcially -
the Florida ,Development Commlsnlon. Palatka with an 18-3 sea. court [ Gene Pats a single point. Murrhee Ins. 39 37
the City Council., Maid that going down two 44.42 I "I believe In running
wllj' be, the speaker at For Tonight son record and a 7.1 conference points | Palatka lined only one tactic Gem Jewelry 38',4 38'. and well
ah* would take the matter up on the Bulldogs' home floor."They've be In snaps to d>
tM Garden ,RnntMirant at 12 mark. glided easily past j I on the Tornadoes--that of letting Goodman Gulf 34 42 I
with the Council as she be. A meeting will be held tonight St. Saturday night real hard to beat on plenty of that even if we'don.t
noon Thursday. ,, Fan, 77. Augustine four men continually pop Sleepy Hollow 31 42
lleved that the city was still (Thursday) to adopt bylaws In the championship contest. their court," savs'Land of t eBulldogl win too many games" I
H* also stressed. tl.1t\ t the long set shots at the baskati Stance 66" 30 46
certified under the program.A. monthly! Coffee Club session for the newly organized: The name was expected to be who he must face in ; and then letting the tall Wells Elec. 28 S. 47'i
Q. Smith reported that nixIe League' Baseball Com. one of the best of the a rlaa the District Tournament nx':
are. opttn0' ..11 renldenU\ and, I I Stevens rebound and tip-In !
the Jaycees are In favor of a lssIon formed 1 quickly I week. In Live Oak. 1'\Ulr.UC'I\L LCAltt'K
visitors and announced J that themesUng ," a group to but the Maroons t i the ones they missed. The
United Fund drive, and Chair. promote An expanded program. doused l the Yellow Jackets', In >the semi-finals Friday strategy worked First Place Coca-Cola down an attached carport at the

nmn Turner asked that the the ; on of M tour l"eh'twilt of thl'rlaon Blat bco' In of Junior bunball.. her*. I hopes by Jumping off to a 0-1 i iII night the Tornadoes hit a cold i,1 well against the Tornadoesi extrl'mf'lvI ( '! ed Draw-Tit 3.1 In the Men' ': home of J. F. Jaudon on La1 -;

fljutnclal need. of the various form a 'Harold Davie was Alerted first period lead. The Ma streak in the first quarter! i and against St. Augu.Ulne Commercial League with M. 1 fayette St. A number of tree
.
Raltord
orgiinlanUona to be Inrludadliwa at Mitchell representing I temporary chairman of the II mona big center Bob Stevens when even steady Harold Saturday night In the champ. Elder!' setting' the pace for the blew down at Kingsley Lake. CARAT

\ united drive be determiner Mr X31'Ib,, announced group'at" a meeting held In quickly let the tournament I Bishop co'aldlhit the basket :, lonship contest since no player i' winners with a :575: aerie. P. |' and damage to utility line re- 1/2
the
er)'" reported' to the next Rotary the Chamber of Commerce office crowd know what wan comingas With open shots Of the dla on the court could match : Barton led Uraw-Tlle with 522. suited from falling limb ytLtI5'S' W

fCwund Table meeting4t that the'orRanlaatlon would laM week. he scored three of four tance tit which he Is usually ,, the big Maroon center's Second: place Lake Geneva I 7 DUIM' *' grdsi' 1st $199.95BULLIHGTOH'S

was also reported that stage' it* timial l Rural-Urban Officers for the new commission I field goals r ta tIp-In. a Jumo I deadly Bl.hop missed the .t>. height and long reach. drew the lucky 12 this week

tbfi Jayrees will sponsor ,a Day to open the 1MM Fair this will bo elected on Feb. ahot, and a lay-up I and a tire basket four tlmea in the i I The Maroon's Buddy Man- for an automatic 4.point win. THE: RIGHT fOttft far the

ntean-up. Fix.up. Paint-up spring! and that a'plan, wtll'beworked free shot first .perlod.? f rum also 'hurt the Tornadoes< B. Lovell rolled high 5.V1erte 1: way yea writ*. Caaa la and I
select! I&.u.t.
OSnpalRn, March 30 to April lIT. It was all Stevens aa the a. Other than one'oflr) field| badly Friday nl ht hitting 18 !'* for Stark Motor. Partain jraar ESTKR-
out *o taar" wIll'1 bit> Among obJective. of the new BROOK raaUla. Pea. miGR.Pff. -
3ft- and will ask for the t-o- organization art the erection niHslna giant piled up 30 field goal by guard Bobby Moodythe 1 points with a dadly set. shot Ita0 win over Noegela r 'Studio & Gifts
ofiefotlon of all civic organliUina. no delay ln serving ,food no of Tornadoen could score no from 25 to 30 feet out. ,Auto Sales.. W. Kbllng: led
lights for UUle League goals and four free ihoU (for
.. Bach Round Table mailer.. ,how large I th* crowd. \ the I more than four free shots! in Win dace 1 Opener the loners with 515.
total. using
night games, 1"llh.) construe.tlon a 44-polnt
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representative was. a.kd to Roy Walton Oraily announ. t of ilugoits.for three shot mentioned above the first. period. Coach Land's five led last BlarkwelV KSMO. remainedin

"BPnt the. .. farts of this cam.pjktgn cell that the MInisterial AI.I .I H* had help from Buddy Tornadoes ('.14 pUce Lake City all the way in fourth place by dropping
to the various rlubs and the opening name of li-> Fund Fair 3-1. J. Sounder. ,,c- Health Facts
lance plans to hold a Family I ( 1..1 for ltxMl. ken. l Mamgum a short 61" guard Two free shots each by John
,
report the names of volunteers I : tournament Thursday night. led the winner. with a :517
.
.
Uf Conference Inth* near> Rag No Khaki or WooL All L; Ity I>r. H. ('.. Ilollinxer local ('him.t .
M !(J will help. \| Cntlon.. Itrlng In Telegraph.. The Tornadoes had an eight ....t. while B. Lawson hud 489 ., your
..WllUIt"' Haaa. rsnrecenttng future. I point 30-33 lead at halftime for the grocer proctor hoH office I IA located at 126 N.

.... I and a seven point 47-43: lead Stark Telephone topped I 1 Walnut Street in Starke.'

2. at the end of the third period Gem Jewelry by a 3. 1 mar. ,
I RECREATION NEWS The second 1 .game wm won I A bull freeman tactic almost i gin. J Pnulk led Telephone Arrordinx to a report liwued by the New

bf Register Oil! over Cnixova t tI' ': coat them 'the game however I with a "J3 series. and K. York Journal of :Medicine, the cause of

28 to 13Roger. as the Inept Tornadoes lost River. was top for Gem witha headache in 90'c t of 2000 patienla wax,
--- Kelly and itThomas :; the ball Co the Tigers five I CtV4 I IMovne
Dr. Boiiiacer mfthankallrrltatlon of the
nertewof the
MtN'S VOM.KYBAIX Th second tarn of the day tied for high honor, i time. on floor miscues andbad ; )ham's Heating I I Ii

1.\(J,'& aw rtrglnter Oil defeating with. 10 points each.. DavlMrDse I paw tacIt of th* mt,-i downed Tom' Shell S-t aided neck resulting from a previous Injury. (Direct injury

Thei. will b* an organlaa-. Southern Discount: IP In I. had '4 tminu. am 1 takes resulted In point forth by I'. Bradley'. :373 *...I.a$ may be caused& by a blow or a fall. Indirect injury I l's

hl'l\"l l meeting' of the Civic I> Archl Thomas won high Tummy Talley and titanic <' TlsMa a. 'they rolled up J. Valtawkl was high fur Tom's even more corn man. Fore may be I Iraiuimitted I I to the

Volleyball League Thursdsy point man for RrtMer.. OM I""taery had 2' each. four field coals and a fr*'>'- with 41. neck thru the arm during a fall on the outstretched
Feb. 20. at 7JO: In, In tin shot ta |u.| the score at Sl-al!
p. with a total' of 10 points fol) "Mlamlliita" \\ I tUI I Werkarn It hand. ,

recreation office on Pratt 1 lowed by Roger KMly with 4. Rearlster\ Oil\ 2'I I with' 3:04: left In \the pme.I Coca Cola M It IT'* Drujr may e*.'e the headache temporarily but lasting

Btrvel Playground. All club I i, David McHa: 1. and Stanley nUkl'th"'kll 2 ICanova I i Foul ohcta acre the salvation lAke Geneva :Ie 23 benefit will com only after the Chiropractor removes
asked to plea** 1 cf the Tornadoes however a.
captain are PttannJcy.
,, Lower 2. 0 1 I '4 Starke Motor P 5At,, j,t. the cause hy spinal manipulation.
be there. the TI'C"IIM'd\ \ a bit too
Friday> Uieri, 'II. e two more Southern Discount 0 : Blarhweir EMO 52 32 '
BANTAM DAnKETDALL, much In chasing for posalon Se. your Chiropractor today. Delay. will roh you of

Th. anUm Buketball mod garnet. v -4., :iiz of the bell levy Cole: I.I Gem Jewelry tt.: 41Draw .tell being and make a more cootly correction later on.
The tint'tram.. a taken by Town ; .t-t Ttle 42 41
as CagcrsWn
League la now underway with : sank four fre baskets In th.i .'
bur teams within\ Starke.on the )kethawks ov-'r'flovth- *' .: i final) period and John WU| Stark Tel. J* 4* 'ITo" Insurance Cases Accepted
em Dhl.lOUI111.14! / Tenth ., '. Shell 37 47
.
Tuesday Feb. II, HieBsskethawki ISall\ Ernest Jenkins and
defeated Canada De-njy Moxley] w.* hl )h ma \ ; Richard Hobba had on. each. Noegefa Auto 34 6O |i The Bollinger.Chilopra'cfic; Clinic

Pharmacy by the score of A for the Davkethawlu.'wtthtotal :' *. a Over Jax Team ,4 Williams wa high! scorer :Woo_)' ,,'* 3): SI I

to of I JNlft ..Jw *hutord for the game with 3* point' Food Fair 99 54 h I located at 126 N. Walnut St. in Starke

ft.For Canava's. Keith PatrayImd had 4. Jerry Row' 2. aM I' I- '. and Jenkins was also In II..... .

1 goat for 2 point. John Dean Johns and Charles Howell. '. Btarkr'i 'Ton Team eater I .,. his 11II urea with 11 markers.In Rainfall Since I II
1 point each. won their\ 10th ganw Kiondainlrht ", I |,I
T6tode 2 points and OreaItiherd I tot1u..t with hu .we.*
I poInt. i Larry l'oC'Lcood' was high man by toppmg the FtnirtlAmlrae -.." Jan. 1 Averages

For the Uavkethawks Benjr !I for Southern Discount w lthi I II. Marinea. the ocmK I" P'eeiard IUr..M .flE.P.iibeeMi.42e> "" < ,.Int* .ta Ikevictory play again Pslatka Jenkins [ ATTENTIONPun
Blaclurtear ranked learn. from Jackson' wa abe a ball of fir under 14.76 Inches
Moxie had 2 p>ilnl. Jim i I. potnta. Tommy Terw.4es ovvr LJ.. Oak. .*.. H*,*"rJay srical. C-

enuford 2 points and Dean 1 had 4, Ricky Johns ,. JImm vlUe. U-T1. ..> f..e .** ml kh. fatwHI J...P ...t.. &he tMMtket fy the Tonvitdor Continued.- during the
Crosby a. and Krt Tomllnson :The team lUll now.n K ,r ______ <
2 points.
Johns n ,... ....... .. .,.... pt w..k .K..T. beou lit l*. .
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IT'S TIME Stores Offer

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rt>.J') I By Land or Water We Can I, Starke merchnnta cordially:
C/"l .# I invite: 'you to their Second Annual
J .c. SERVE YOU Oforge Washington's!
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i ; ... r 14U F FVh. Friday:20" 21: and:22.: Saturday -
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n j ':uopentllnit stores represent'' I
i Jt in ilvertlemcnt.i! in this
1 aFlorida's s 0 II [ +, of tho Shopping N"vl. the him -

North : { GREEN l1ANil+ stores will ftlno be aelllna lu.nct-!
Qua a-lnch Crtrry Flee\ for
only :3U cent
Largest I ,, We Sell More Boats To More Churlr 8swyer.,' chairman:
I of the RI>UI. Merchant Ailoctiitlon. -
People Than Any Other PlaceIn
.i: : states that an order
r? North Florida. _: _. has been pin*"* for ov' .
: Sao( Cherry Ple, writer, will!
"I be Rolil t .tit me cuoperatln-: :;
-:=J ItOI''s an nldolJ and Saturday
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-at Jimmy Moore's( Sun Sports Sells. Trades. Services and Manufactures\ -- thin year In hopes that evrryoitrt -
c Boats and Carries!!! in Stock the largest Selection of All Type Molor.:8tJI. *. JIMMY: :MOORK'S: Sl'IU'nUl': : SALES:11'FS: : : YOITMORK ) / ""' who wanta" pie will bJ
NEW 15-FT. FlllERfiLASSBRUNSWICK :
: !'t. bats and Fishing Equipment; In North Florida. I'lus! the Most Modern -: ( FOR OUR( MONEY"1() / : able AUld to apt It. l..at t year the
BOAT pin out no ra.l that many/
Service Facilities }'oundnywhne! 0 Only Station (:iivlntr 21-Hour S'rvln-7 layi n n Week. lJt'upllll were dlaappolnte4
.[J\ WINDSHIELD; ) HACK-TO HACK 21-Hour CUMN| | Ire ...nlfI'n. thrd. supply 1IIoU eshau.t

SPECIAL SPECIAL SEATS; COMPLETE; STEERING.: ( 9 II Cult: Pumps on :3 I Street! Ho In order to let your pli*
.and take advantftii of th'
New 20 III1. Rir. O Only =SerUStullon I I In StnrVe Clvlnu. S & II Green "r.., hot" W.*.hlniitoii Dlrthrt -
NEW 35 HP. MERC2 *57!;>.30 NOWALUMINUM $$489.50 Stump*. y Hale, ix>cUU. bit sun lJ
Q MiMt: :Modern Eiiulpnient Ainlliihle for Cleaning. Out I&" downtown. when the ttoroprit .
MERC 350 KW.i30; $359.50 Your far Every: Time You Prlve) In. "a furrdrynwrntrnln b ,Prktay" anJ

ELECTRIC STARTING $ ) :\ & KIIIERGLASS: 0 |Largest t Stuff of E:'I"rtIIC'nd..nt.| .. In Hruilfurd ('ount,. I Wwihlnvton BirthiUr' eat l .
NEW; 100 HP.MERC 'fh the I Unison We are cnmli\i: famoitR all over!
FISHING BOATS 0 It" Siiy You "Cet( More For Your .
the country a* the on tlmo"
Complete "
:Money\ nt Jimmy 11"lr.4.
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Dealer each year'' whim mitrcrianU 'i 1)
Reg. 50 ELECTRIC; STARTING all out" to offer ouutandtn' i
$698.50 $$589- 1 Re?. I $$119-50 Double Stamps On Tires valuti* to their cutomi. a+
$999.50 SPECIAL f a bourn of apprwclatlon for
1252.00 I February :20.! 21, 22. 2:1.: U.lr, patrnuae| during th*
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JIMMY Htark Th..I&a&o"'w..d"pt.dby mrrclianU last" year,
SUN AND sat WM on* of the
SPORTS STARKE TIRE SALES :
I MOO R E' S the lim y nn.ar>rchanduin It wa i d.ckl ErE

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Jimmy Moore'a\ I* the Only Service Station In Starke that (;f"H"R & I II( Green; Stamp- -If You Nn. Them end Are Tradlmr Klx: .wher. You .\r. .Ml...lna Ihei Ikml. annual event.

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I y T's; .:cS AUTOMATIC COMPLETELY Washer Sale 19' PORTABLE TV I

Iron Chicken I

I CI'1eaper.L lt'" No LJ* FRYER 'Ct RCA I

Only with lid ,.y... ... ..- _:'-..." Whirlpool! 1 1I I I'',I

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c:7 $ 50 Any ApplUwr* tA :.......' WestinKhou.et ,
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S .. Big Discountson I :tins lid",. \t $139.95 II I .
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WAVES
r ship that the new duplicating a question and answer session. ary Convention of the Murray Itltltl t tltltltlwtltltltl tllt'1. Church observed annual Focus Dennison as hosts.Appropriately I here.Mr.. and I\tl' ,
muchlne should be here In a The room count was won by 1 Hill Christian and Mis- { Week last week. Feb. decorated California. of ,'
LAWTEY short time. Appointed on the the first grade. Refreshmentswere nlonury Alliance Church in( HAMPTONBy \ with several activities. 9-16'1 cakes cookies, and punch, I I PERSONALS I erly ChildH lived Virginia in H.tnvvisiting :. >'vi,
nominating committee were served during the social, Jacksonville. On Thursday | bens of the Hampton carried out the Valentine I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kiaer
here
with
Mrs. Milo Smith, chairman, hour. I I night Mr and Mrs. Hanson Mrs. D. E. Hill I j took part In the YWA theme used in decorations for are the proud parents of a: and daughterInI.l"Mrs. tin::
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: by. Knaa Bbnchstr Mrs, Carl Griffis and Mrs. CHURCH SCHEDULES; : I attended the Gospel meetingat ,' II I I Thursday evening at Madison ,, the party. I daughter:: Oayle Ann bon;:: Arnold Chi.dRev. ; ,i

: ............&........ Thomas Casey. It was an- Grace Methodist: Church I the Park-of-the-Palrna! In' Phone 168-1160 Street Baptist Church In Seaman Carter who has February 1, In Tampa. Mrs.', Paul Est,-,. ,
: nounced that a District PTA School 9:43: a. m. Worship 11 Keystone Heights. Dr. Clarence ...................... Staike, working with other just completed basic trainingat Kiser Is the former fifth p
PTA MEETING meeting will be held In Pa- a. m. Evening Service 7:30: p. Jones of the Radio alaI;I YWA organizations in the NJW Oreat Lakes Training Center grade teacher at Hampton I Hampton Baptist Chii
: The Lawtey PTA held Its latka March S with BUS principal -I m. MYF each Wednesday. 8 lion HCJB gave a good<1 me.-I FIRE UESTKOV8 \ River Association. I Illinois, will leave this Elementary School Meat speaker Mi"i.,!I ,
: i -gular meeting Tuesday night T. L. Casey as speaker I I p. m, gage and showed pictures of I PATTER OS HOME Saturday evening YWA'! weekend\ for San Francisco, Unda.Vllson of Stark" at a Baptist BI'>' '
of last week with a good at- A film showing the danger of,I, First Baptist: Sunday': Ecuador, South America.We I The farm home of Mr. and members and their Calif Ills older sister Wilma! spent the weekend with Mrs.I meeting at Flun.i lPlrson
: ;, ','ndan*e. Principal C M. cancer was shown, and Dr. T I II School 10 a, m Worship iii i are all glad to know I Mrs. James Patterson just east I were honored at a escol.t.I I Carter is stationed with the Ina Knight and other relatives j ,

-.. ..... Clark1:! Informed the member- I O. Bitch of Starke conducted I II a. m. Training Union. 8:30: p that A. C. Pearce is at home )I of Hampton was completely Hampton Baptist I
r m. Evening Service 7:30: p after having been under treat- destroyed by fire Wednesdaylast with the Rev. James Tempt: I
w- m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday ment at Veterans Hospital In''' week, shortly after n<>von of Brooker Baptist Church a) Here Now

:: :' When It's Time 7:30: p. m. YWA each Lake City Mr and Mrs. Watl- Mr. and Mrs. Patterson were guest speaker. Other guests ONLY TWO
Sunday, 3 p. m. Youth Meeting en Sapp and small daughter : away at the time, and the fire Included Rev. and Mrs Paul! 1964
: :. For on alternate Saturdays of Jacksonville spent! Sunday had already made too much L. Esces and Mr. and Mrs. LEFT l
a rr 7:30: p. m. with; the Pcarces. Mrs Annie ;'I headway to save anything. Charles Hicks

PERSONALSMr. Stevens of Jacksonville was I when noticed by Mrs. Jessie I YWA members here include ., New BRAND NEW 1963
and Mrs. George Malrof I also a Sunday visitor. I, Chastain on, her way horn-i Joyce Conklln Myrtle Ann 1 !
eCapsCome 4rr Clinton. Mo. were visiting : Friends of Mrs V. R, Reddish : from Starke. She turned in Hlnson. Cordelia Allen Odes- cissa 40 HP
Mr. and Mrs H H. Hamilton I will be pleased to learn the alarm. Other buildings ala Melton Donna Rhoden. hp I
that she is Improving In Brad. I two long chicken IJ
r Friday to Tuesday. Including Virginia Brown, and Joann EVINRUDES
.. Sgortfour
a a. I i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dlnklns ford County Hospital and expects houses located to the west 01 Carter. YWA Counselor is J
Jr., and David of St. Augustine to be at home In a few their home, escaped damage
.. : Come Sec Us! Mrs. Hicks hn. proldr,
were visiting Mr an4 from the fire. liNhtw.
n ht U+hmq
days.Recent PARTY HONORING ; $868.50SOUTIJERfl
-- Mrs. Paul Dlnklns and her visitors of Mr. ani Since then, the Pattersonsand STANLEY USNStanley motor p u k, a tut 'f
CARTER
nn rents, Mr. and Mrs Car Mrs. F. R. Carradlne! were Mrs. their three sons have punch SrnonUmi,
:: We have purchased the complete equip.. Carter Mr and Mrs. Horace 2arradlne's ion and daughter- ': moved a house trailer to their Carter who arrivedin gwrtr+t Loci"

.. Cox of Waldo were Saturday n-law. Mr. and Mrs. lamar I| property, where they are pro. Hampton on leave from thi!
is
of Starke Co. and it
: ment Recap now Navy last week was honored
visitors of the Dinkins. Reddish and children of High j sently living MARINE f/ \ & TELEYISION
with welcome home
: being operated byHARDY Mrs. G. L. Peterson of Springs and Mr. Carradlne's'I BANQUET CLIMAXES a partyFriday
night. Feb. 14, at
.-. Arlington was a Saturday brother-in-law, Charles R | YWA FOCUS! WEEK I Hampton town hall with his 412 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
.. visitor of her son-in-law unt Stewart of Jacksonville Women's Auxiliary
The Young ,
I I Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
parents
:: BROTHERS daughter, Mr. and Mr R. E Visiting Mrs. Susie Prevail of nltm,ton Baptist: t
Lee and family. Mr. Leer Sunday were her son-in-law I
I mother Mis. Clemmle Lee o' and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. I

SALVAGE YARD Enigma, da. Is spending/ a Wilbert Bell of Green Cove

l .r. few days with the family. Springs, GeorgeG
1 Mr. and Mrs II. M. Manningwere Quests of Mr. and Mrs B ngt@B1I's.
: r: 4r .. 1512 N.. Temple Ave. (U. S. 301)) In Dade City on business! E, Reddish during the week i

during the week and visited were J. W. Bather, C. M. Barber .
their son-in-law and daughter. and Mrs. Jack Duggcr of Inc. '
: We 'Are Equipped To Take Care ter. and Mrs. Frank In. Macclenny and Mr and Mr 'tf ,

gram. Ray Dor man and IIIU. and Your friendly Store WASH J
: Of All Your Recapping Need ,
Jim Orlffls of Jackaovtlle
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olisaohof y II '
Jacksonville spent Saturday Theft daughter-in-law Mrs Where :Hetter T*"v P"fldNh" and non of Re.
: Glen (Pee Wee) Crews afternoon. with Mr. dllfison'i Brazil Actually, Cost Lest
brother-in-law and sinter Mr cto. are< visiting them tJ
1 : Formerly With Starke Kemp Is: Our Mid, Mrs James Crawford Last Sunday morniiiH tire,

Friends will be pleased to Walter Martin and Mr. and FINAL CLEAN-UP
: Recap Specialist learn that the Crawfords have Mrs. Sidney Hansen attended l'' SALE ON ALL FALL 'MERCHANDISE!

I J : their baby son Patrick al Murray 11111 Christian and
Also Full Line Of New Tires
home from Bradford Countv Missionary Alliance Church in
Thurs. Fri. Sat. -- February 20 2)) 22
1 Hospital where he was treat Jacksonville and were dinner ,
: PENNSYLVANIA- & DUNLAI' ed for pneumonia guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Ladies Fall and Holiday
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neth Prater. In the afternoonall
TRUCK TIRES TRACTOR TIRES Marlon Carter of Starke In
: of
I them went to the Missionary '
upending a few days with Mr HY GEORGE DON'T: FOIJGETThose
rally at the Arlington
DRESSESFamous
and Mrs Oscar Carter
Phone 961.2$71r Christian and Missionary Al- r' CHERRY PIES
I On Tuesday and Saturdayevenings tlanre Church.

Mr and Mrs. Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Block.
Harmon attended, the MIHNlonH names in a va
tr and sons and Mrs. William Friday, Saturday .
Blorker of Lake City were riety of lovely styles' 5 _ri. t

visiting Mrs. A. H. Harley and to 15,8to20,11It, fl

H Mr and Mrs. Sumter Harley 2\\!% 7Qc
last" Friday. (
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darley Itegular 8.9S to 12.98 (

: *' .f ter Aa1 -1 and children of Starke anent! *
t Sunday with Mrs. Hattie Dar Each
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: lev. Miss Blnna Prescott. and Final \

Mr, and Mrs. Hiram Dennett Clearance! .
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J .. and children.
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Mrs Leslie Phillip* unc}.son* -
: ,4 vIMttd her'brothei'-ln-Tnw! and '.

: j ( '64 JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHCVROLET-lmpaU Sport Coup sinter. Mr. and Mrs. D. Mo. $$3' $$6I :Hoys
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Clendon In Waldo one day Long Sport Shirts '
last week ...
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; : Mr. T. L. Walnwrlght and
J! Dan were visiting Mrs. Waln- I Must" make room for the a' )

: ':i: wrlghfs sister, Mm, Frank hundred! of NEW .T

II i -: .,',, V"ii.. .' ,., 7. dnv.Rowe. ID Glen St Mary Bun- DRESSES arriving/ daily Our Reg. $1.98 $$1.00 !

1 : Mr, Oscar Carter and Mrs Sizes 2-13 ; ,
Leon Starling attended the fr i
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funeral of the Infant .l
4 : : ion of r
; : ALL-NEW CHEVELLE-Msllbu Sport COUp.
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Mr and Mrs. Toni McOee In -
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1 : "Cinderella"DRESSES Our Reg. $2.98 -I
Hope! Cemetery at Theressa $ .98
Sunday,
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I ..,. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Starling Sizes 120Men's -"
: of Avon Park mere veiling& hIs td

: brother-in-law and sister Mr

( ""' : ,"' \ J. ,,' and family Mrs. Wednesday H. C. Hmlry:of, and last Q Gt For Girl -
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';"' Mr*. Luther Hill IK. rd an<1 Better Long Sleeve

-64 THRIfTY CHEVY. II- ova Sport Coup. Mrs. Iron SUrllns vUltedMrs. I ; Ret' l "A" for good looks
I' ..... ., Hllllard's mother Mr
r r -.. ... % Steve Starllnii, at thr home S:4at: at Sizes:I toll SPORT

''r' .-.oIi. 't.-.J:. of another (daughter Mrs wt Y'
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1r : RAymond Suber. In Jsrksoit- Y Our Regular $5.93

tl : 1 ..;.} ,tike. Saturday, Mr, 8tarlin f ,. SHIRTSHandsome
w entered 8t Vincent's Hospitalaturdav
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...... Iii v $ nlaht for treatment
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Third sU-weeks prrlod: r of Famous
: 64 SPORTY MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Monx Club/ Coup. l let Oradu -. Jean Allen.
r a trbr Orlffls. Jeans ll8glnbotham. > ISrancl"*. Traditional -

-. .. : ', e ...yi Donna Sue Paulry, tt r hys! with
PrllcU" Ro ler. IMrUiir' 8tar-
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Unit Joy 8Urlln. !MlclxaalOtikhi :
-- ."" :' ,: *. James Noimnn' \ Other Cinderella Dresses 1.3 Off '1 1r : tlemalstyleswiltsl '

i + Tommy Wls. Trreiwa Brewer ''- 2 pochts.'s .
Nancy Le*. Vane .....hluon.and .
I : Grade IJnd Allen II..XIpedal ,

Kathy Casey. Clndt OrtffU Men's and Boy'
: 44 EXCITING CORVETTE-Stlnj Ray Sport Coup Judy Heddliui. EddY Dyal Our Regular f.l.JH: Group
-, \ I Carl OilffU. Chuck Norton. of Regular $:t9i
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3rd Or .. '-- Drbttle I>y1Il
t : YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HAS MORE TO OFFER : Nancy Norton. Warn, Teiton V JACKETS for for

4th Or.d. Kent) Bennett 2 $5.00 2 $$3.00

I luxury cars thrifty cars sport cars sporty cars big cars Joey Urniietl. Larry limwn
E' I.1om7V...,.,>. llelrn' Ilrown OneThirdOFF

f : amaH cars, long cars, short cars, family cars, personal cars Shell Norman. Norm Jan 1'
Prvratt Norma Lou Redding\ Ladies DRESS HEELS
= ilh Or <1e- JoAnn Craw, / !
: 45 DIFFERENT MODELS OF
:.. CARS ford. Joy f upp. Junior AmllnJmes "Connie's"Variety

I It Andrew, Roes Aker

: Why.n*i top at your Chevrolet dealer's It Ilk*having your own prf rats)auto,b.wAnd Wayne. IVnnetU, Lynn DxhIMto of t)lI..h Calf. Our
Ortm, Jerry n.t.m.tll Regular S.9H to $..9'4ONETHIRD
1I :- a t tI \ Orad .- )Hr.!n* Ol&.dtauv
If we had room here we could go on and Hit all the engine Chevrolet offers! yt scare" Harder. KathyMolt rA

:. ranging up to an extra-cost 425-lip;; VS in the big Chevrolet.And all the different Michael\ N.Jrl1UItoll OFF
: rh..1 l T1wr Lamar Johnson.
C, M traftsmlaslons. And the umpteen different, exterior" :and interior color choices. Man ructtt, lull VTbo. .

.J :: And &the models with bucket scats and those without. And the hundreds of bt.nlW'Tin Grads TValon.Ith Mdion Duck .Men'* IWtler *x FLATS

: different accessories, including t ho new extra-cost AM-FM, 1 radix But th t', best Or d* .nonnl Roster
.' ....... J.. "._ !..h.vwT T.eu.enve Dress Trousers $2 00
{ : left'lo your Chevrolct.dealer. That and exactly how \ FIV\L
reasonrs ttHrr ,
\. N ... Lek. ..VMt V. CI.EAK.INCE: ='
: able the price can be for )you\ t.110\) I able to enjoy to much car. JOfjjjpU .a n.e.NnnN. .t. tiThgeS \
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: THE CtUT HIGHWAY mrORMEIS CtttvTtfct t CWnfe. CWty n Cerofc C< : ... .. ._ ., *&'* to 110.93
____ _._,.. SM.. .flea. at gear- .Orrrohl-. .SA./ntl..s..-...-... .. 0"... ,".. .... .". .....I".. I llec.
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Chevrolet I. r kf. Ih I 1p
: :. .. : $5x00'Aheralieak. 'Iraed 2
Gateway e. ..k*. !rtX M.* Jni ? .act hip. .Sals2

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I H J4;' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-FED. 21, 22

tJi:: P I42 '' t ( tt4; 'c : i Free Prizes -- Free Refreshments

I/1 I t'' REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS
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Expanded Store

"\ Our New Store AFTER EXPANSION 15,000 Sq. Ft. Of Fine Furniture
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invitation to our many friends, customers and business

NOTHING TO Ill'Yt' ,. ..
associates to visit our greatly enlarged store. We take t.LZ.w 1

this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation for :NO OHUGATIONS it! $i2J tv
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the wonderful patronage you have given us over the HUT DONT KVIXHAVE : :: ; "
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past 30 years You have made this expansion possibleIt TO UK: PRKSKNTTO ; :
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-I is a realization of many years whereby we will be s >

S. G. DENMARK able to give to the people of this fast growing section the FRIDAYSATURDAY fi

I OwnerKENNETH best the market! affords in fine furniture at the lowest m r] j *+ j

possible
prices
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-S. G. DENMARK CIIKRRY29c( ; COME ON IN AND REGISTER NOW

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\ 1 r Open House Special On This /9 fhandPrizes' to be Gillen WilY DRAWING SAT.

FEB. 22-3:30: P. M.

;ojJ1K'J. SPEED QUEEN WASHER HERE THEY ARE-ALL-FREE-JUST REGISTER

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team FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I "n, c ftt'. ti Wrtikfc fai four. ,nN'"
r in II Students Aid ntlvu ,",.,- <.. In the ]- RADF<>HIi I
"The Dynamic Challenge
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS OOI-NTY TKI KIIJIAPH.
Agriculture" has been the)II "hated this 11th day of Fnbr- / Ii 7f
WIT1-I COUNTY theme for the week As we I I Sunday School 9:49: a. m. imr. %, l 'i)4fHAKt.RS) ii '',.I r.. wh
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3Yo have talked to the boys thU Morning Worship, 10:50: a. m. : A DARtlY' ,
Clerk of the circuit < urt
AGENT week -we are further assured I Public Defender Training Union. 6:15: p. m Uy Jam S. <'arterL.tuly

that there is a bright future Evening Service 7:30: p. m ("lerk.
(SEA! )
M f"ire.w w w in Agriculture for a great I Mid-Weelc Prayer Service t.ia 4t i,tCharley
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u + number of our youth today.: Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Ralph
'd f t ''Ifhl Ass Well sometime next month. By Ann PitU Club In appreciation of their i Copeland Minister of MusIc::

our FFA Chapter will have Lack of time and moneyhampers "free employees" at a dinner and Choir< Director. 1111jlk
i% their Parent and Son Banquet.I'm .\ a lot of ordinary' party at the Starke Countryaid. I >

looking'. forward now to citizens, --but moot of us don t' LAW80N FAMILY I jlk r4 r4t

.. NOT taking my pill on that have the job of defending/ the He also gives each person I AT AIRPARK BAPTISTThe

day so they will be assured indigent/ of an entire judicial who works on defender casesa Lawson, Family will beat
? r that I did enjoy the barbecue. circuit "with no help and little card appointing him as a w 1.d '
the Air Park Church Tuesday -
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i money.A "Special Investigator. Green !
Fcb,j/l3. at 7:30: p. m. for I
few months ago the clrcuit'l said that Alachua'County officials -
Bradford SoilConservation a song service. They are a,
.
new public defender R. I had been very'cooperative I
family os three who have beenIn
George T.Ilugglnu. Dirt. A. IBuzeyl Oreen. Jr., faced and! allow the student -
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a wheel chair since birth.
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such a problem. He solved It- to interview jail residents at' /
Everyone Is welcome to at \
e Enters ContestThe at least partiallY-bY recruiting time. :
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the aid of 30 Universityof Mr. Oreen's 18.000 per year t
I Bradford Soil (and Wa. Florida law students to i salary is by the State,
TUESDAY: FEBRUARY on this projected program and paid Johns
ter) Conservation District has scour the jails of Alachua but the Legislature providedno In Florida.
2& mUrht be a history-making will suggest plans for pro- .
I entered the 18th annual Goodyear -
County find indigent clients, funds for running the office
day for Bradford County Cat- cedure next Tuesday: night I
I MOTICK' TO IIKPKM: : about this question:
competition to select the
: and investigate their cases. < of public defender. Counties -
The monthly ANOTHER COW PRO- I
telraen. regular
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IN- CIUCt'IT COURT: BIIAD-
meeting will be held at the ORAM encouraged by our association nation's top 03 conservation "They do it for thanks and are not forced to contribute FORD CW'NTY FJXUIl! IN I "Insurance on my home after bowling beer is a natural
: Fairgrounds. The only thing la following/ a plan districts according; to S. J. fpr free," Oreen said. by law to the operational CIIANCKRY.!: ,

regular thouEfc, will be tho for controlling external and McQarvey, district chairman. ..Oreen's student administra I costs of the defender' office Harvey J.. irill. Jr.Plalntlrf auto medical expenses .1!j
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day and date.. Internal parasite Activities of the local district tlve assistant Is James R. but have been asked donate V*. ,, ,Casa No. 11-333 income sporting goods .1 j After( ,you've bowled 1 a game or two, or v.hen you're winding up

-to-order will be at 7 p. Spring/ -tlme weather will will be weighed against Pierce, a former Bradford a prorated share for office ex- Karlii'" Anna nuhmnnn 11111 personal liability can the < the e\'eninglt: the neighborhood bowling center it's good to relax

: m. by President Maurice Edwards soon be here and you want the performance of other districts County Higil/ School math penses.In IinfttnriMnr.XOTICB Tl APPEAR, 'I "ith friends and compare scores.AVhat better way to add to the
m Jr. 'The call will be :your cattle to get the most In the state in deter teacher. Pierce Is now enrolled the Eighth Circuit. Bradford To Karla Anna Buhmann 'Charley E. Johns Agency'survey sport and the sociablcncss than with: a refreshing glass of beer?

"Time to eat-com? and get good from the new grass that mining the outstanding district at the UP law school and,' Alaehua Levy and Unlen ,nna Hill,) K. It- *. Val ..ral_, InUI- 'I my risks and giveme However yon eke. >our fun-beer always makes a welcome

: It." will be coming. You lure don't in the annual event. Key is in charge of assigning teams' Counties have contributed You am hr ljr notlfUd thata complete thru !' addition( to the party.
agricultural leader will serve to investigate/ ca es. Pierce something/ to the defender's a milt for I,lvorc* haa b.en i coverage
trading the line will be want to feed and fatten files
,. of beer is also reminder that
: axnlniit you In the abnv Your jmiii.it a pleasurable
i glass
State Association President and worms. as judges to select the state and his wife. Marnel both office kitty. So far, OUchrlst nafn.fl Court and .cau. and you Its 'one-stop' insurance
and that to
have taught school here, and and Baker have nr : \\c lie in a l.iiv.l i.f person it freedom- our right enjoy
It have not been getting winners. not come are ro'iulmcl to MTV a copy service? i
Ralph wll :you
RalpJt'CeUon. speaK lived your answer or pl.*a)lriir' to the | \beer and ale if "t M n riv.trc: ii just t nc,but an important one, of f
they in Starke for
good results from The award for the 62: a through/ but are "thinking/ it .. .
: to.the//.avoup after everybody your apra- grand complaint on the I'lalntlffii Attorney IreIn ,'. .
has eaten and la nettled downon site,, program., check with us districts selected nationallywill :year. over," Oreen said. Clroen.. been A Vlarlda./ and rile the o-
at good hard Mat. to see U there might be a different Green, was the Ilrst public The office of Public Defender ,.
rlKlnH.1, In the uffl of the Cli-rk .beer with fun with relaxation
work- Florida
bean expense paid defender to Inaugurate the .. Agency .. goes ,
: The history-making event material or some othprsuggestion. was created by the LeglsIttturt of the ClriMiir uurt ori or b t
will be the official' launching study trip, to Arizona In December student help plan. Since then ; In June after a March rur the oth. Kth day of Marnh. @ LMTtD:!' STATES: BREWERS' A5.'OCI.\TIONIliC.:
I 1144. rwtpif* the allegation PHONE 964-0121
: of-,.the' ,program ,encouracln'iiftttlernen NATIONAL FPA" WEEK!: is 1905 for one members the St. Petersburg area defender decision by the U, A. Supreme, of .said t'omplalnt. will be taken, f.O HOX 171 WIMIH rAUK. ILOKIUAFLOORS '
has started using the Court that said all persons ai uonf....d by you. 131 S. Walnut St.
: to purchase selected about gone. It has been a of the district governing; body Thla nollue ihu.ll. be publlahid I
law students from Stetson as charged/ with a criminal offense
registered bulls. Cattlemen In for
pleasure us thin week to and
the outstanding( farmer
free help, with blessings from had to be .
provided with -
our county are convinced that recognize this good 1 organization .- -
cattle coopreator in each winning; the Stetson law school counsel !In order to insure l-: .
: up-grading our slaughter by having/ an FFA program -
can do more for the economy on the radio each day district. The Eighth Judicial Circuit them a fair trial.It .

of more )people than any at 1 p. m. Instructors Paul The Bradford district was Judges/ allow students who all began with the ease DIRECTORY


other1' Improvement project. A Hutchlns and Curtis Marlowe selected as second place winner have aided Orern with A case of Clarence E. Gideon p. State AREA BUSINESS
to sit. at the council table with
committee prisoner charged with breaking
Cattleman
: headed by and the boys are certainly a
In Florida In 1999.Tswr .
S J, D. Odom, to workingS good part of our agricultural him during trial. "This /gives and entering a poolroomin .. =>IfI
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the student tome recoxnltlon West Florida In snapped .r: r- = vAUTO
for his work plus invaluable to the State Supreme Court
j a experience,",Green said< he charged Louie U Wain I SALES & SERVICE I Air Conditioning. HeatingRUSS'S ( Motorcycles-Scootera

s&f There U no "ln-lab" training wright director of the Florida 1 1Streit's
The Sinclair Eaton
I at the UP IAV' school for Divisions of Corrections Berkley ,Motors, Inc. SHEET Bicycle Shop

students. Oreen said that all Illegally holding him prisoner: METAL, INC. Co.
& the students who':participated since he had not been represented TRIUMPH FLOOR SPECIALISTS Cunhman & Ve pa Scooter

$ In the program last trimester by a lawyer at bin trial. FIAT Heating ,Vynnl Asbestos! Tile Ducat BSA-Zundnpp

had better grades, or at least The court ruled in his favor- IIILLMAN A 8UNBRAMWe For' Floors of Motorcycles: -Sales & Service
the same grades tbey liadpreviously hence the popular term "OJdeoncase" "'. $.- la Air Conditioning Beauty and Durability '
received. BALES & SERVICE>r: SCHWTJTN BICYCLES
The ruling gave
I Sheet Metal:! Special lO9c per 9"x9" Tile
The student help programis every prisoner, convicted of ( Factory Trained Mechanics t t Asphalt Tile Starts at 6.2c per Locksmith & Safe Work

not formally sanctioned by felony the right to ask for retrial 100 CLEAN U.SKH! : CUSS I 2320: N.E. 18th Terrace Tile 615: W. University. Ave.Gainesville

the law school and is considered or possibly even obtain :nol N. Main f.alnf'll\ 718 N. Main Gainesville 376-7701
'" an extracurricular'.cUvI11.; dismissal If the State had dls- Gainesville 872-4373 376-8282 Bus. 37S-2748 Home 373-8221 I

( r Y .. t v. "All the students who work carded the evidence used to I ,;
ed last trimester have sinned l I convict.Mr. FLOOR COVERING MOVER
up to :work attain this tri Green was appointed to S JEEP Transmission
mester. That shows it's not the Gov Farris Family of 4 Wheel Drive Automatic
position by
Sf Central Florida Tile
.a T1 SOTNL y just a duty to them, but something I Bryant in June, and must run RAMBLERAmerica's I : Security Transfer
they enjoy" Oreen said, to succeed himself in the upcoming Finest. Economy: Car ONE DAY SERVICE & Marble Co.
I Salve. and Senice ALL MAKE8-RCPAm
Oreen recently feted his : May primaries. I CARPETS BY &

', a _____no n_. Ridgway Motor Co. I AND EXCHANGE I Lee'" Monarch, Loomweave Storage, Inc.

; a 1132 S. Main Gator Automatic I Downs l AGENTS FOR
Boom 81i_Wall to Wall I
O.I..UlfI S72-843S FOGARTY
( r fit//' ti 1' le r' '1, ''fW Transmission Service, Installation DROS.TRANSFER ,

S liG q INC. Armstrong and Kentlle Inc.

: B & G Motors Co.CADiLLACOLDMMORILE. 2323: : 'X. Malts St": Floor Coverings Loral A Lone Distance MoTidf;
Call 964.3965 o 0Q
Cl'IIOn.sCo'"addDCPhone
b4 Gainesville PHONE 372-O372 OOMTLKTE: LINKS OF

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A CHEMICAL COMPANY tt1, SALES &, SERVICE! I I Ifine Automatic 1540 Waldo Rd. O'ville 37A-4MM
r 'I City
Selection>> ttf Used Cant' I

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A truck rnONW: .,..,115I All Makes sad Models Johnson & Faris, Inc.J I

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Dyaoomttir Pre-Tested MXD4-PLANTSFERTILIZERS' a.
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WORK HJ.\R\VTm
.- a rfrf.r s 1Ktt USED: FAIt9Authorised I UL'lXlhT I'LAN lB.*etlcUr -Pe4 Supplies WHEN ITS TIME TO .MOVE
Soles Service '* I
1409'S. Maltsla1..vtue W. Rent Fertiliser Sprcadeee" Call

CraneLincolnMercury ( 31100: 224 N. W. 8th> Ave. GAINEsiLLEMayflower

i PHONE 37J-04H I
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.. AM E, I'nKrrolly Ave.OaliMHivlIlo i|'Fla.INSULATIONROOFING

.1714tStEsg earn Complete Beauty Culture'I Call Collect 378-0224
) .. Olrls Women Men j jTulflnn '
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ot' i o. ..llkoo 37t-Mst "tU: !: riiACcafKNT::- ,Insulation & RoofingCO. PAINTSHarper_

Special: Brush Up Course .
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1 IIUNTI.EYRRiFEARN -I j|: Central Hairstyling New' Poof SAI'+gl.. Paint Co.

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.. 118 S. B. 1st. OAtnosrlUe FlbrrgtaM: > Insulation

a -- -.. Ji ) Id ; ) .j< Imperial 118./103 niown. or lint IOmirarlnr .\ :- SMITII AND

.. Plymouth Valiant I I or R,-mil Dutch WIT PAINTSPainter's
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COMPANY
... J McCoy Building; Mil S.It. 19th|, llr. (... ......III.,
204 N. Main. Gnlne; ,.vtl!* Gab e.vlB.

for homes that need Ilun. Phone'I ..112.22ft t tIlea. Supply Center t LADIES 1VEARCherry's

I Keystone 173-1310 l.rxBEant:1L i'.tINT A r.L.\ss;;

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\ electrical TEPUP"If is a station wagon.) I DOOOK 4>ART_ I CUtnrrrUta't. Sleet F..MonablAddrvaa Liddell Paint &

I DODGE TCCKl1a3si.Partaa.rv Vw. )161. era lira Igael.vMr11oNE For L* !been Glass Co.

: yo* swipert that your haw sufftmjtrom to. J'U-4.Na
R 1t.I! Y-3 t':rrs-COAT* KTAMZR PAIVTH

: Poly Ilousepoww. b.4t.e( fall your r h ct,100d< hobter. (Tote' out the two rtar* seen. t oJpvs h I OntOCAJW 1'00PooJct.Gab1e Oaineevflle MTCRMTT: WEAK GUM Mirror* !ftthlingTHO theses

: IE'.Iea'icg Contractor tot a frw wlrl&f is ;'' 1.830 pounds c'I corgo.1 Motors'I 1 AT R-iORt t.w > Kw........ Slt.w.ei "

Z t4a4up. II li a crew cor<... Seati( A wild" room to spore'for tooHJIt 11* R & Ut. A**. Oals..v41.1rfloIL CONCRETE PRODUCTS 11)W( l'n.reily. a n.....".'.. >A.sr's tl....._. .\...... _

P ploy"peA." M1Io I know how stony" ".d.It w..n hold : 11-Ud iI i l
wit* ruu. HousF.rowEn wlrleg /fir 'JI .It a teMcJe you con run for, obovt 2Vi. a P65.! Oeclwdlfl0 I Ig I INSIST THAT ALL TOUT Ml'SIC SITITLIES! (VnwaltatkMkII

I sad plenty of handy switches old ovtUu J.. 'bra,weryrllttZ'' I Ih I HERE NOW! cocBrrrn: : oncers N.n. SUtmita. SI.TYPEWRITERS .

: -'youTl reslly enjoy (tbicnnswd toy a cor that totes. you **>.r. od when,, yea wefIt fa goSummtr. ..' OFKl.: .KAUrTTl I I Alta THE BEST JTtOM Gridley Music galas,u.. IT1-1111.
I Easy Ow. -4Ta. 1.4 Drive
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Supply
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fn.trotloft Ifvo-',. oat toe loft I \ ouawvtt.. n.. rise.. rVtklwtelry EXCHANGE:' : :

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suit' and bring along an offering Rites Held Ii'....t A.1. ,I.1
NEWS Sunday \\' 1T.NKSS; "ni\" l 1..1. ..l ,.nut I OF INTEREST TO COLORED All proceeds from this Bradford Farming ...Ul, ...r.hI. t'.lllt,, .rtt. <"< ,"'k.'orlol. <. I
affair will go towards paying For Mrs. Gillyard "'' *. thin Hih day, "f Kfhruary !
CITIZENS OF for the band uniforms. Mrs A IV 1951.e111n1.YO1. "
BRADFORD COUNTYPTA i 'r8. Luetta Gillynrd, F4. of : \ DA RUT. I
Sarah !
Morris president: Eddie "'lrrk f"lr1t ,Com
Thompklns prinlcipal AS \VHMo died Thursday. Feb 13. l Its' .Ia.np| N I'urin NOTICE *

HAS FOUNDERS:' CLfll :NEWS' After a brief Illness She was" ( VI.) lii'ptti 1'lt.i KMIC *

DAY PROGRAMThe on the program with the main The Fiesta Social and Sav born in Clay County on l>uc. .' 'U It .1! .. .

address ghen by Miss A. B. ins Club will meet at the club I *, 1379 .

RJE High School PTA Anderson of the Anderson house. SiUurdiu night All Surviving; is one ..,n. Cecil. l1IIK: Illlllir I'01 HT ...' ..
will hold Its annual Founder's Junior 'i TIIH IK.: .II I II .., I'I..
High faculty. members are asked to be present Urirris. of Waldo. I Illl 11'5 IV X' '' 1'itl141propel
Day program In the Caf tor- The RJE Dand.. under direction and on time The SEE lS'S lr.. |-| Illl,
new C aveside aervlres' heldat
tum at 3 m. were Ins. l>.. IllVXIIIt .
p. Tuesday. Feb of L. B. Monroe and : ><> l.lan : -
member drive Is still and, '
on. 2pm. Sunday in Santa Fo' : .
25, Theme for the occasion the Choir under direction of '. ,
fall. In Ilmnt .
we welcome. all new members. *r
will be 'Building Better Leaders ITI Cemetery with Rev Lary Conway PlalnlirfVIIIUm .
Mrs W M Randolph will TO'VN
Mr and !Mrs William Holland. offlclntlntr Arrangement '
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for Tomorrow I
Many ol render several numbeis. All .
wll! be hosts. \ Ty..n. Jr *".l
the local ministers will were in charge of DeWitt C. .
appear citizens are asked to be pre- NOTICE I t "ri y Tvsnn.
I Jones Funeral' Home. | l 1'1'.'
Dell Chapter No. 108 wl'.l'' .Phil Cronkhite 1 NOTI 'R To liKrTNM.. :::;.

meet 1 TOVIIUn: < TVMMI... .li, ?" 1n I
tonight I Thursday] In Public InvitedTo *roy .T>...... di.fomlftnl. .i.1!
the Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock If nilwr of raid l>rr.mUiit-' i I.. ..
AU members are aced! to be Last Wednesday' your County Oratorical 1 i d.tfVM.ril.. Ih.lr. linUnotvn h.. i a
and d.Ilsc.a. irri>,iilr.i>. lmit. >*iit
Agent George Huiglns
present and on time.-Sister t trtint.f**, .....n_.. crrdllarand *-
FLORIDATHEATRE JanIe S. Mitchell. W. M :I 1 called on Wtnn-Dixle and Contest Feb. 25 nil uihfr rl.nn.ula. by FINANCE COMPANY

CIU'KCH( NEWS Food Fair In Jacksonville: A ehrou.h under "r, A..I. '''
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llt.m..nd
.11 park** h"\ln.
Greater Allen Chapel AMEiChurch. !: great many people don't lealize The Fourth District. American or ,'UlniliiK' tii. have. .u n>' In
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Rev L. A. Sampson that the proper care of Lfglon. Department of J I....r...rth.J.,, In. ih. Una.1 lu-i' lnitl",

pastor will hold regular services pecan tiees, are needed" in order Florida. Oratorical Contest. ytI' AR": "Hn:1.1'1" : ; ;: '

Sunday starting with to raise a good product will be held at 8 pm. Thursday PIRD' that' n null. i In fi>r,,'1.,>,.
1 Al Rubin head buyer for Feb 23 at' the tlut rettaln. nu..'I...iiii. lUlrxl, ,
1 Sunday School at 10 a. m Legion $""."'''.r Jo. ||\3t, .and ri>i<..nl HAS MOVED' TO
i Morning Service 11 a. m.Evening I Food' Fair, made t.hls. state- tome In Starke, according; tn' al l .h, )I..rl I.... conk 41 !>....
'i ment.I bought Biggest District. Chairman 1.. It. fib.son. ). 4.1, piilillc r.i<..m. of Urn.Uunl
Service 8 p. m. wltrt't riiuniv. ri.iM' h,. .itrxn.
OPENING TIME i t the Junior Choir in charge of !I pile of )unk in pecans last I Jbrmishl!: In lbs Circuit; Cour'
1 of .nr.tirortl, *
MONDAY THKOUr.II FRIDAY i the song service fall lye ::1I ver purchased and "To frequently! In the paaleU' In ':h...,...,... Allen Chapel will worship at'''It the people of BradfordCounty has been noted that the .. 1 ri'..I"'I.hU n.lrt
6:45: P.M.: the True area don't clean, up "'.''n.*..o .ti.'iinitii.ra. Ihv r..1! 226 N. TEMPLEPhone
Church of God In '
SATURDAY rank-and-fllo American Legion l I..I". rti .. ..
1:00: SUNDAY 2:00 < >rlli i| lunj In llrnl.
their" I cannot lead
Unity this Sunday at 4 p. m pucans anymore members have been afforded ford| i'ounly.. "'1"Nda1'rn "
Rev S. White pastor All of them." I5> .u"... In til. :VK
,i little rtr no opportunity to witness rorn.r of 'III. KH:. ..f id., :NKl,
It takes to
a long time grow
members are asked to pleas' these activities! or learn I,, rVfilun. III Torn-hl|> ,A
FRIDAY SATURDAY FEB. 21, 22 cooperate with Rev. Sampson a pecan tree, and a few dollI about then "".",It. Ih".> it Kn.i. hvinir ',
much Gib.
worthof feitlllser and wry : ,foiilh, .f manly. Mount Nebo Baptist Church I I era son suit! "83r conducting these twine. a |.reel. of land. HA
3 BIG PICTURES Conference will be, held at 7p pray will help) to give you them at'the Post and tnvltlnffthe fort. ...! and| w..t. a n.l. ILl
flIt .
I Quality nuts. This! Informationcan nmtk and I halts
m. Saturday The pastor\ Tnur. ,. .
pubIC: perhaps this worth I Ilvri-Kv li. iiiirnl Tn
'1 asking all members to be. present be obtained from the Fit. T"ur; AII.wsr; T I., !imn.
County Agent's office'' tree vof while roffram might be given tmiiUlni' .r ih. nrrii .> of tin-
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for business of vital EASIER PARKING
1mI .
I the 'shot. In the arm' that U .'Ie..'" vr. the. Clr.uit fniiri. ..1I *
/ I charge the .
parlance I f.mrthniiM In Hi.rk., .
Sunday School. 9:45: a. mi, We also found out In Jacksonville needs, plus acquainting1 both t.'Iorldal; : and *#r,' '>n
/ InltrtiM\ 'I'Yr
the membership and the rTtlRSHV
that the chain pub- 1 1 1 O
Morning Worship 11 a. ml store. Hrvtt.r. I.IB, IwiWrliinil, KlurliU
Visitors always welcome. Thf. people artery Interested In I I I I He with the program. I'lnlnttrf. ntArn.v "n 01
we' Commander, Chsrtes l-.r.ir... )Iar. ii -a mm tullinii SAME FRIENDLY SERVICE
pastor will speak at both services the spring pole beau deal DlstrU't: .hlrh, ..1,1. "I'.n.pla/nl'. s.III h.. *
are anticipating here and Schaefer ntiounred that the. ...
with communion at 6 p aoentertalntnrf l II. n M. r.n5r. d. t>r you. and l
I I m Rev Richard Harrison !Mess to help ul1! public 'Is Invited to .hear the 11A.I'Ulniirr t. .11..x.11| to ">ri.uii, .tl .>

pastor t Its any. way they can to encourage runt..Unts speak on the Con. \%' ITNKUM!': l h. limi.t, ....) ,.r

us In crop not obi ablution ana the Dill of tld.1 wai ..I $1.54., 5'Iw, .J.. LOANS TO
PLUS -- The Workers Club will meat '15.5.. IoW 4.** ". "I'merji, .\ $25 $600 .
Sunday afternoon at 3.30: at i tamable at certain..season- .of Right. |I' 1151nrrh9111. .
< the year I rot.' i,1' NFU.: ,
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the home of Post Commander mil Itsssststcs .
Deacon and MrlVasco Pole'br.ms. i'h>rl. k .\ liwitiv. i i.rk
i Mitchell. President : planted March i that thla la one of the t'lvrk athe 'i-r.| nil 5$ ,emu, i
10-15 mill produce at the time) I', J. ..l \
Janie Blocker asks that all |I finest, prorram..poh.orwl. by n 'i.ii.r |(1 "i-
of the that thei la $53 SI| i I..
year *
Nct nanny members be on time.-Mr*. F al the American tirglnn. State -

TuSiC2r CVerIIS M.. McCutcher secretary.TOI'ItN.I'.IENT scarcity of pole beans, and and National ,winne,. receive j
could be the first to produce I MITICKI
:' : MOVl II 191 Kentucky Wondrr Inpast scholarships to some;. univemi.ty "COME AND SAY HELLO"THURSDAY

:::- -=: The Group 4. Class B. Dis- experience: I have found .''llt! not btI riNirxinilblr for ;

S IANYEPIESNEIiE'Cuttt: Wiltotl: 1ra1 trict Tournament scheduledto t that.If you plant 60 pounds Of I Alf members) of Pout 84- and any debts made by anyone

i ..I,. .P.. -... ,Isla_a! .WL"t' ,1e'1 11ia..a be played at R.rR.': has been seed to the gar you pioduc" -th.r. who are Interested are Griffin. .

: _.sa'l! ash lilt I 1r, moved to Fcrnaadina. Ttv* a thicker: vine and better" pro Invited .t. attend. 3tp 2 20

t."......:'3 P PllIlSlMRS..........." #, ,, Beating capacity and other duce.. I

al'..1"""I.r..nehlr.. ..-,.... ..,I'" 11'S4rwi' r Important facilities are not By being so close 'to Jack THE: curitrii OF wtJ;

_ adequate tq accommodate the sonville and three' of the largest
.... group at the local gym. Due to warehouses of chain OF PROI'lll'CY) FRIDAYSATURDAY
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SUN. MON. TUES. WED. these factors! a change In I store buying In this area. It la I llrswkvr-......
place was necessary!' I t
II a savings to them Jf they can
I obtain these products: from r Sunder. School 10 a. m.

FEB. 23, 24, 25, 26 ('_h I'uld for (i<...... (' .... this area. It means cheaper: Montlne: Worship, II! i a. m BETTER BE HERE EARLY!

It...... Xu Khaki. or Wo.J..UI. freight and fresher produce CvmniivllsUo. Service 'p m

('..Uon. Bring to T..lrar.ph..r7 for them and more money to! Everyone: Invited to '.tt<<>ndK. .4

----i.z" .4" area' farmers. J, Robinson Sr.. pastor

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Funeral Service 11Npl" c',,,, C'T enc ..t'. I
WILLIAMSJEWELRY rl14MTsal lellsal.In..
For Ii '1'. 11 It rein MM/1...
Morgan Harper W/N1.. Sell \tt. ILON11S ,.

Held Sunday Olfle/Ml'5.Mt Ae'...t.S.s.a...(.."".pnru I ulna.Ps. ( \


Morgan' Harper TO 0 f8tsrk. ."..If .MrtHmUl CliffJSmrS A WAsIIY} ii"

REPAIRS .. died Wednesday Feb M.rltrn& M<<.ri..il... ami
E SCM ER 12. aftcC. a brief IllnMS. Ifs t.xrl.. W. To,","...,*, *. Jr .
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.ATClIJCS..DIAMON CAD ln irtf Jllr. l.r of ,U
: wu born on Jun. 20. 189) InIJIackah. l.rnil. II........ .. ....r r
r.'ai. V mmmwm I1 Work Guaranteed : ..,., O a. .f the t... ..... .,...& KPIRTHDAY ,
-.LJQO!! ,, I..fea/a. ..l.nrl.
A. C. WUIUflM A retired l farmer, Vf.. liar. .. s4 nr si. IT /
STATIC .
TMR or r
p.r was A HcmiMMl minister of ruimrM >
J.m.. II M...t/asl.l.. ilSkl .
FREE MOVIE THURSDAY 142 W. Cafl BUSUrk the Advent Christian Churttt. ...... ."......... la.t 5Su.SAr
anti wan a member of th8prlngfl ./ ... .. 1..1))...1, ... U.M..
*. Via. HI l. HKrho I'>..fll4.
Shows at: :.1:30: -7:00: --9:00: ..M Advent CbrtstUn i Yin' MK iiKMKiir! NOT
--.: : Church: in Jark .mvUlw ylrh I.... a -crt .... _. ru d1alnS1
t.* I laa.. ..<.>.. .. 1
Surviving U his widow. ",.ala lliUnl rmit... .*4 seer .r* ...,.
I br *..inir. 4 l. Itt. year *..
I rftrtcktand .f
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Super Special f WHO i ikw rwrk .f Sill
mark: thre daughters Mrs.IM .",.451. .... r. ..".. a ....,
JEWfr4HATCHg" .. Coleman RUrks Mrs.U1U ,h.,_, w... ,... P5.15111. ? of
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REGULAR; $12.30 17 : lUtkura. Jacfcsonrtltol; ... ..... .......- ,MI. ""t :.IM.TRtW .
:: WKIWMRIMl/;/"' :/ A WKtfTKIW.
and Mrs. D rtha Tutm flea.gur.
WATERPROOF' 1J( ( '' |.1 l .!. 45..0.. C......
M..: two ...-. Eddie: IUrpvr lit. ........... read.. fMrt tal.if .

Ki5; pAYS Rtsrke; and Gordon Har. .."...,.... tM n54' .sr ./ $.,.k,
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WATCH per Jacksonville; II gr.ndchlldrn r-. .. iM i.. .. .... |....r..
sal two ./Y. ( ...r._. Will k*. ....rd
graad.children.
gTMt ..I.M. ><>.. fr .k. ....>I ....
-....... 'IN She M< ...l I.AII1:41'I..INNEi:r,
TIM. ..'..r. f MIA nil. I. .,. Men's Tie
UP TO sTA %: OFF-STOREWIDE Funeral aenrtre. w.rt k.lli: I.. le r...- % w,. ., r....I.a ( s
2 P N. Saturday In J_.. .. "......d.4 Is (If'..... "eo GOWNS
-... ...... .. ,.... U. Wee..s..41 #
Memorial Chapel{ With flew '.f ..,..,.... ('..-., 1S..Utu.. mini/ / : rAtinetitl
Joyce K. Thomas of Jecheoo- r1.r.1.. .... .r 5.51..1, .... :

TIMe ocneuttnc. Banal ... MUK i:1.::: .,-qne.lp',..'*s:, rt:':::,. ,I.' ,. "rl.U-I' : ", DIUCIQUt RIG 2 2c

JEWELRY family plot I'a KlnftlejrLk ..u.. .
WILLIAMS ... $1 1
<>*. > i II )I.' n* ,.4. vr 11 i1hU 1'r
Cemetery under direction,1 I 1at 1... !. Ii.%.. M.ftlx.M r,.... CHERRY 99
IK Wilt,. C JOM_ r_..rlHam 'II; -* .... T_ .. .. .*.> of ik* t M ,.k.. L'.r l...tlf'.l HMrhMtt. tf eftP
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INN Qs>>.rt.. .5 .tMta. S 'ItlrllAT Ito tIt11Mh fUt. Vcrteffliters. "
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T"WI,.1'(.._ ((111 1.... BLANKETS Nltlm' :ltd .
"rye. 1ft.( <.( ".<*. -...,
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...... ... .,is ..I.& r7.i. 4 arts. '
Iep e.._ ..... M r s..4. .. 1'22 Shirts ;
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f,4 a.a', ,.,....... l4
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i toad." _I .l MM 1..54" tow. I I.AIUK; ruoii:.* TO flU at1..
I/ta. ..r ef r .r..", IMS
I I 't4i.-, > ii( njir, PKI.KCT molt. ". IYM: $lTnrt e22
<*" W atM ** ;
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Boy'* Sweaters
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If you're: o*.r o cor wt, iR tome f roar,1. the.. ."J or'y ovi I iMng t c da &. wry gvetf. .. M. ; Men' Coati
"' ., M_,H_ Ladies. Drssse..
Tin" o/ to find. you *"*' ?wW. lust took of >/n.* Of you* R* ''k dM's& dvr..g K:* Soon Oaf Batty VIliiI yOU r.'_"

"* f frv me vow >v one c4 hu spot mod eh( T vx*< tf Tfbe."' o* a > .yVvs Or ..a., a lr e.'afSi '1 e.eM'" .r .lir u. 'u "' .. 7. f /On. T. .1'qnsiteLadies / .

you con d -roS "ree." That what ifc.. b. k 5- -t Cc La, / 4 OB about. t fV/M' o war MTjiart, 0 1wa'to ...1.111..,,.. .,..Or.''__PIrRlbaI a./1._ Skirts At/. i4r.An/ha"

New Yeorl If I 4on'f UON) up. 'fCO r&* r&* re: : "*'oh .r!i r PJ4 pl 91'0"f 9f'\oft'+ ao5rr..5obn' 95 .s".. asS..0vl. ilrr ,lag u...

you II Me. Once you 9/ ',0.1'and.. .s G 8r. .11,, '. we 11 r :.s ens.. a b1: R.ae/' .. aaR: NMA1MV Mal. 1'A/. TO MM r t t .
Ira{.. 10
err ritt4 OnlyBEDSPREADS
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.0_.l. leee>.. -w. fIRL4; Girls Panties
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Temple St" Fla.
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: : over when the. directors answer and co she answeredit Oak in f"t"'NTY. IS L/ Int.: mir S.MIIh,. I 141'. Fuof r. tOo.. HIM ,. (I ,' I ,. I,till'I HI VI I |JI\ i.lli (1.1,11) nfiil at* "'tu.b.,,' ." 10'// d",,
I I Mr. Barnes and Mr. Jockel. herself. row I .I H.-iilli ,.f CIIIIIHHi.xliMl.. ...i.l I .' > ,,.. .
j ,'CNIIY: TUN aTATK Ol b'UillH' R : 1:1: si: 111111:1:1:4.: : i "i t Ihl- Kith d.\ .r I tI Il
fD .s are busy helping student Some of the subjects that I Ever U' Hill Jr.Plalntllit. I Till \\'Illl. Hani,..... UiiaMcncijroi '- and, 10111'| n ,piiiifl. ..f .land :'infi ,, ; I lran..r.. UA, l.nk, luml Klc.rlil.i. I I). ,I'llOFp'triAr., .
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'I' h.;:, I unkmwn 't runt. .. ."t" *.t| autl' 4.'ti" 1'iMmttff"- .1I..rll"< \ on tir, I ( .t' rl'L'Tr., : '
>K with some lines. > will be coming up in thefu- there I f..t t ti.irth itul." H.'.nth, hof. i... M I.t., i I".1 r...inn*, I fh, .rlr. .\ lui-, i \ .
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I Cam NK I I.t iij MIK IIHHBMV N'OTI. V .., Vl" II.T..H It..pnr.| .I T. ,sit" I 1 .' ll I", "II I b.,' ,I'll' rk "f t Hi,, ,
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l. ture months talks about FIIMi ...
Yvonne has are
been active in that thai a lull h" h i flld .
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Anna Huhmann lullIwrtmlant. .. ,.. ,
Kll.\ \ 'til 1.ii'n..or.| I < V. I II tI'.nl I u .I" I.I \ '.11 Htl'lI M\ Jn. s
plays ever since she collabor- the forthcoming Senior trip I ers !' > ..ntlll..d1.aaalnal .yaw... mid in Ib...."ah'v.m,. I i ,i'' i Hi,. 't.. r ., I i r I I'i .in. ," "I| .? I 'II
ated with another student. to the New YOlk World's Fair. | : TO APPEAR!: .. hrliy r.'qutrad I l in rilf M>IIIanawor ------
.... ) Lucia Student Creative Writing and< I : Karl' Ann Huhnmnii : with ih,. ft l.rk of U>llunrl. l-
Prevail. In writing a j See !
K K. 1. Yalparalm-mil-
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J' I( and) ,. arv* a .,...y
:"c a, r ata1bed play that was put on when many more informative things Iherrnt upon tintilainiirr' t, ..i..il
they were In the ninth grade. about the activities of BHS. are Nihir m.tlfliMl, I hat I l Itlalntltft, attornvv. n hoe.,
i THE for Divorce him hrwn ,I nam nnit xl.lri-M, la II.| PRICEChildren'
yar "That play, called 'Ho* Yvonne plans to enter the avail! you In the ,, Doble Met Maynard: was the 'University of Florida in June I : Cnurt. and PKIIIV. and ton' Rutiding.. JI"'k..llh. F'I..IRI",, A
"| .*" tit ..rvr a oop'> lit I not Inter. than. Marrti l I.. .\ t I-
this .
first, as a premedicalstudent.
and
is still the last play year .w.r i>r ,pleading I 'tit* '11544rf I
that has ever been put on Her long range plans Int nn th* Plaintiffi, i. vou hll I.. ilu .,. ..1. .
are to work her through I :\ On-i-n. llr..n Mr. -n I prn cinff. .?.,> wl by Freshman
a Class B- way
4qtL at \ PMiirlila.' and file ili" ,>. ...1....' you for III* ,r.-Ihq, J.i. O FANTASTIC
:
t HS. she said while making medical school and eventually In tit* nfriev at ili.<* i'l. rk I .nipnfli In the "'"' ''|1.1.| in
')' I'lrault. Court ->n n. i"" Th. nnturo,, nr ,.,
some lines In her become a lady doctor.If all uu i.
script.
I K. J. Ih. llth Jar. of ) ...;h.i I In* for forri'loaur "f Xiti.' '. BARGAINS
"Since then I've been a student you don't t hint this i .ih.rwlaa the all..atl"n.' : ( thrillor. l I.rd.ViTNICNM .
:
director for lot sounds like ; Complaint will t be lukrn: I \ in.. hnml mill ';linl .
a more fun will when
you
I i '....." liy you 'i ... of aaul I'uuit,, III i ,xmrlMerll ,
plays. you look at it from her stand. I '.....'.... "a1'| he nnblmhul, 'I .. ., mia alii tiny. nf I.' '.
Yvonne's experience m directing 'point. There are presently, ach wk tot f,mr' ..nar- ruar,. A it. I IDSI.:'
w.plca ,In the Hit llF"RI' |> I'll I IIt I.hN: A hA RHY
three female I
medlral student
made her a naturalfor I TKI: K:1H "rtl i'li-rH I'tri-iill.. ,CointKy .. 9
By Charles. I'hlppo' the appointment for BHS ,, at U of F compared to approximately thin nth day at K.l>r- Janet N l'argot
IM4"HHt.R l I'up"iv t'I..5.i
50 Mor
INTERVIEW when it was I I men.To i I :
INTERVIEW WITH A f> \IUIT 1$1'I O F
started by Student Govern match her Interests .., Ihn clr.nit I..m-t '.1! \l 1 Ii
AN INTERVIEWEROne ment President John Williams Yvonne works at the' Bradford I ping II>. ."''n.t N. <*,,rt h.r I i -. -- a
of the last October. n'i (h"I..IIr rii-iii. .\. .THR.. .. I Illl I IT Cllllir OK
most active and It has County Hospital as a secretaryand : : ) I 5'It./1111 ..MIIIIIMIMIItr
influential young ladies at I been one of the most enjoyable laboratory assistant. Here I Rev t S.J .(.'.. IN iVll ..)ll 11 WINTERSHOES

BHS U the voice you hear I times of her life she '' she handles"' minor paper work. I I Slit tllt-OMIt. l\ I \MKM1 l\rt.: :S t"fI"... 17-:
every Thursday night on BH- said because of panel pro-I and asittau in conducting different 1 >TX.
S INTERVIEW. She Is a senior gram appeals to her natural kinds of tests. .re Or. I''TMtt TIo1'15 Calvin fluliitirri ",.... .....,. W

and has been a driving: instinct j i "My favorite Job Is assistingat :"'" rK" .'tt'T11'IwlrVANyt ....

force behind nearly every big The many and varied subjects 'OI series: and mountingEXO's ... la "...hy .lv.n tht i, t WIHIam'. Tvimnl'Ty....... JIM and CLOT ING
project In her class since she 1 that have been discussed ," she says. What this ...r.Jan.d.' umlwr flu* i pn.- I rny '.fali.Unl' w
of cnantrr Sum Limn
was In the seventh erode. | on her program range | means Is one likes the' "Oa : ..1"., Arta lit 1'41! mil 1 N'OTIfrf) .T/VpMrKM: ,'
Her name is Yvonne Con- from college to plays to cur- 1'tro Intestinal Tract" anti 1 1I : r with th.. Olvrii. ..f .the THVllluin l I'y Tv\ ..,n. T..n..h d.'t.n.btnt.|' ,and and. WIlll.KTIIKY: :

ner.I. l I riculum. student government I "Cardie-Graphs" It all goes (/'nu", ', Fin'In ami''.... f IIII.MI. r' 'Urn.i' r.\<. If. "lthf"r. "f iialH Llrfrnd4al., h.dav.'aaed. .' LAST 0 MEN'SWOMEN'S
and along with the of .. .. | thrlr/ iinMnown .Naha,
decided to Interview her i clubs. Jargon mod- I iiroof uf piiltllmt l I (tranliiva.' l.'icMri.
*
I !
in light of the fact that she I When asked for some of I Iclne which seems quite complicated I, First *tti0..>RAY th flftlttMiitiMiiiw tlfMT 1 IXIIIT. ,1 trui tiw.: a.alan..s., ;r.lunv.and
is perhaps the most regularInterviewer her more amusing instance ::i to the unaccustomed wht 'n' I .m *mrmt. .,i m ,thl,.nua 511 h.) other under ilmniitnli hr. ,.
in 4walnel' ith i
at BH3 with her ,I in the months that she has ear I ..at Kla III. No. I II. a III I ..in. anl. all iarlla.. hnvlii.

weekly program. BHS INTERVIEW I I! handled BUS INTERVIEW: '1 When asked If she' had a 23: %. ralsaar t ; .Ri N.; j .Ib.. ': t or.r*>flnliiilim.Ml, In. I IIt.to)I..C.h.\.li...rrlnaftiid ant, I... s $1.00 0 CHILDREN'SAT
On the show she talks I she related the time when a pet gripe --of all things it ,I \ Mnrlda Tib w.1.! nwnorl .. > .... rlhrdt'ill'' ,
l l t thin day r K'.h-
with many students of yarned -j student who had planned to was. Socialized Medicine'' I ... (' ( : rt l I..t l star. .. KIKH, >, that AUK a lirilRIIY milt,,, tci: forr NllTI,.1.' ... .$1.99
be on the forgotI I To me. It Is the best thing Cuunty. rl.rlda.'
Interest on different activities program Evening \ I l-l thin i rtaln. niorlnumi 4at,.fl,
problems and events' and didn't remember until In the world to reduce a doctor' Sold r :Nitvi'inlmi til, 15L*. and| .iwnrit AT
.
at BHS.I I' Yvonne had phoned him five I sense of duty and honorto 23341. ,!: < IN.-| IT inlllT fir Itl..l In pnlilI.. MorlauaiIliiok t.ordr of luartfiirit tI., .pair MEN'S$2.99

talked with her between minutes before air time. It I the profession! and to himself : '1Worship :: : I'.I: : I Cnuntv "rlo. Ida ha* ha.-'!,

scenes of rehearsals for the so happened that he made it I I ," she said. : I .. ori. ruin.. of hrfiuvnt|ir..,.tf.in>rl Ihr 1', IInlt ilr i nil t flnrlilt I'nur1,, --

Junior-Senior Musical. OK to the station Just as the announcer '' Well that's the way it U m. : ix < HA"itinv. I In '.h.n. Sty. (b. .,'''l.\'IN: MOM.VKII m.MK() : SKK..:.: BARSDILES
I i* Ian( :
LAHOMA!, of which she lathe was saying "now with doctors.Don't ae rUltltlifthai aaliltni
... .
Training : '* IIun. I Ins a rtiiitt. .. rtn.. uinf.rta,' th. Sol|
student director In this here's Yvonne Conner' forget your plans that Prayer t Job. she handles many tasksof Many times she has askeda have been made for the' Dis- 7:30: p. Plaintiff. j I Carl Tw..,',.,. a' M > in NK:
student cooperation and student a question for trict Tournament in Live Oak .

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SIXTEEN BRADFORD.COUNTY TELEGRAPH !''IT.RKFn.oRJD..\ 1964


...,....-.,..,..,.....,..,........,..............,...,........,., McPherson Mrs. Norma Jean auditorium last Friday night, .n..vrwVyv77r..7mvn. treatment for a long Illness. | Saturday. -- w ...... I niece. Miss Lu Plummer, visited Green served refreshments voice his opinion and to ask J.
-- \ Eunice and Mrs. Hazel Wil I Recent visitors of Mr. and Your correspondent visited,,I, Mr. annd Mrs. Terrel Green with her.BROOKER. WATER SYSTEM MEETING any question concerning the
kinson.! The honoree received Mrs. Drew Wilkinson were CLAY HILL I Nellie Wilkinson last Saturday of Gainesville visited Mr. and GARDEN CLUB -- Brooker citizens will new water system.'

lovely gifts.Refreshments. Mrs. Eunice Williams and Mr afternoon and she seem Mrs T. W. Markry recently i had a good turnout for its hold their second meeting on
ny.1\1n. A C. Slade I were served to I I and Mrs. E. R. Rlgdon of By :Mrs Lear: Lang ed to be just a bit better. ,' Mrs. Cora. Bashaw and Mr. '' meeting last Tuesday night. the proposed water system at THE RIGHT! POINT'' for tII.w.y .
Phone 289-4491 the 25 guests present to enjoy 'i Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Phone 289.4031eaAAAAaae..AA.eA Funeral services for Mrs. and Mrs.! Spencer May and Mrs. E. 1.. Lester was in 7'30 p.m. Friday. Feb. 21. in yon writ Cora la sad
this occasion with Mrs. Carl Cherry of Orange Park. Delta Anderson were held at children of Gainesville vlaited charge of the program on pro- the Community Center This select year favorite ESTER.
&.AAA .. .........\ Wellhausen. I Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rhoden i i & A.1 10 a. m. Monday in the Wood- Mr and Mrs. M. O. Harrell pagating plants. Mrs. G. E. is each citizen's chance toB BROOK Fountain .... TELJU
JUNIOR TRAINING Out of town guests were and children of St. Augustine{ I lawn Baptist Church in Jack- and family last Sunday after ; GEAPB.
PARTY \ Mrs. Ollie Harris and Mrs.I were Sunday afternoon visitors I I Held over from last week' sonville. Burial was in the noun. '( ,
UNION: Members of the Junior TU Amy Manning of Middleburg of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. JHg- due to death In the family.) Long Branch Cemetery. j i ii Edward Endicott left Brook- !:
Class: at Maxvllle Baptist I Mrs. Easter Mann of Clay Rlnbotham and family. 1 Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson was i Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Pad ''er to work at his new job near PRICES CHOPPED AT OUR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
Church a surprise party I Hill. Mrs. Kathleen Padgettof I Mis. Kathleen Nolan and'' taken seriously ill and had to,,, gett' of Starke were Sunday Mobile Ala. He is to do construction .
gave Yellow Water Mrs. Norma daughter visited! William Me- j' be rushed teRlverside. Hospital visitors to the Harm Padgett work there.
lor their teacher Mr. Pratt.
The Jean Eunice of Highland. Mrs I Innry Jr. at St. Vincent's HOBpltal j I in Jacksonville. She nas been! family.Mr. \ Weekend guests of Mrs. A-
night.
(Last party. Thursday was held at the home of Claudine! North of Jacksonville : in Jacksonville last Fd- | In a very bad condition but and Mrs. J. Padgett of manda Lewis were Mr. and
Chilson to be little better at Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
and Mrs Elaine day night. seems a
Palmer Mrs. Lamar Hall and children
and Angella
Marian I of Starke. Mr. and Mr. Thomas By- this writing.We guests of the John Wilkinson -
for Mr. Pratt and his family I from Gainesville. Also her
Mrs. Ollie all saddened to family.
PERSONALS num and children. were
15 members of the TU' daughter! Iva Mae Lewis.
end Several of our Sunday Hubert, and Mrs. CharleneVlllosor hear of the death of our cousin PLEASE NOTICE: AnyoneIn
Class. : I School teachers attended the and daughter, all of I and friend. John Ellison the Clay Hill communitywho I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry
Games were played and refreshments and family visited with their
Sunday of Jacksonville. Funeral has news items
Black Creek Sunday School Jacksonville were serv- any
of cake and punch: I Mr. and Mm. M. O.
Association meeting Monday dinner guests of the Oscar Ives wen held at 2 p. m.I please call 289.4051 any time parents
"were served ,to everyone. Mr. \ night at 7:30: p. m. at the Wiklnson family. I'Tuesday in the Jacksonville between Monday a. m. and Harrell, Sunday. dl. .e ,.. ,. -
Pratt surprised the children Baptist Church on Jones Road Mrs. Harry Mevls and children I I I Heights/ Church of 0<><1. Burial Sunday p. m. I need more Mr. and Mrs Terrel Green
with an extra treata joy t In Jacksonville.Mrs. l of Jacksonville visited I was In Nolan Ridge Cemetery -\ news. Thank you. and Mrs T. W. Markey visited e_

tide around the community. \ Arthur Wilkinson of Mrs Claude Green and Mrs. l. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannenin Boy's White Stretch BOY'S LONG SLEEVE
after the cartv.VALENTINE PARTY, I Jacksonville and Mrs. J. C Johnny Dover recently I Funeral services were held V Yt f'77tyy77 yyy..yyyytiBROOK'ER Jacksonville Sunday.
Nolan and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Wednesday for Frank Herndon i Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green
I
presented. Students Valentines at Maxvllle last School Frl- I j I Fred English last Friday visited In Jacksonville last at the Long Branch Baptist and daughter Deborah were in Crew\ Socks Sport ShirtsSizes

afternoon at the Daniel Unit Friday with their son anddauKhtt'r.ln.1awMt. Church at 2 p. m. Burial Jacksonville Sunday
teachera I' Hospital;: In Jacksonville. and Mrs. was In the church cemetery By Shirley Green Mrs. Pearl Hagar and Mrs. Sizes 9 to 11 6 to 18
The new son of Mr. and: Earl Wilkinson and. family He was a brother of Mrs i Amanda Lewis were shoppingIn
hients, furnished by mothers Mrs. L. E. Buckl( 1 Wellhaunen Miss Evelyn Harris daughter Warden' of Clay Hill. Sym Phone 48.4691IA.AAAAAAAAAAA.u.u.A Gainesville last Friday. 49c Value Values to $1.98CHOPPED
of the students, were enjoyed
born on Feb. 10 at Bradford of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred) pathy la extended to the fam Mrs. Bill Plummer visited
afterward. County Hospital! has been Harris left last Sunday to with her mother, Mrs. Lily CHOPPED TO TO
ANDERSON FUNERALServices named steve Ernest Mrs. spend several w;vks in Miami ily.Mrs.. Lillian Fleming of New! Mr and Mrs. Donald Conner Cone Mr. and Mrs. Leslie\
for Mrs. Delia An. Wellhausen and the babv returned with her aunt. 'Mrs. Sarah York and Emory Barraneau of Raiford were dinner Green and family, a.nd.Mr.. .
derson. 70 ot: Jacksonville home last Thursday. Ilhlndress. and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Pad- guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell and for
were Woodlawn held at 10 Baptist a. m. Mondayin Church Mrs. D. B. Grlffls and Mr. and Mrs Otcar Wllkln- gett and family all of Jack.I, Green and family last Wed- family. She also visited with 3 $1.00 $ ,00

Jacksonville- with, burial 1 in daughter Karon drove to ton. and family were Saturday, sonville, were! weekend visitor II nesday evening. her brother Clyde Cone, and
Jacksonville Beach Sundayand night visitors ot Mr. and Mrs.I of Mrs. Irene Padgett. I Mr. and Mrs. Moisten Jordan family.
Branch Mrs
Lang Cemetery.
enjoyed lunch at the Pis' Thomas Bynum and family of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph, of Keystone visited Mr.
.
I Mrs. 1.[ F. Hazen of Starke
Anderson died Thursday, Feb. II I
Restaurant. Jacksonville.! Crosby and Jean Austin of I I and! Mr*. Tom Markey last. 39c
visited relatives Her Regular
Sunday.
13. at her home. She was born
Mr. and Mrs!! Buddy Dml!- Mrs. Eunice Williams" returned Maxvllle were Saturday after I __
in Maxvllle, moving to Jacksonville ; nn.
shaw and son visited Winter:: to Jacksonville las noon visitors of the Elmer
12 years ago. Survivor. BradHhaw at Baptist Memorial Friday after spending a week Carter family. I
In Maxvllle are a sister ]Mrs COMPLETE
Hospital last Sunday. here with her brother-in-law Rev. D. W. Jones of Oreen PRINTS3.YARDS
Elvia Chance, and two broth
f and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cove Springs brought the message
Mrs. D. J, Parrish U con
.ers.STORK Willie SHOWER and Sidney Harris fined this week with the flu. I Wllklrworu Mr. WlUlams U at Clay Hill Baptist Septic Tank & Hauling ServiceFor _
to leave Jacksonvillethis Church last
expected Sunday.
Mrs. Jewel Coverdale Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad-
work foe a visit with her I want to thank each and Bradford County and Area
Evelyn Taylor, and Mrs. Violet shaw and son were Sunday
daughter In North Carolina. everyone of the wonderful FOR
I Burned entertained at the night supper guests Bradnhaw of Mr.of Friends of Frank Wellhau- people of Maxvllle, and especially -I I Fill Dirt Peat 1\101'114' Sand Rock $1,00
home of Mrs. L. E. Wellhausenlast and Mrs. It. N. ,
Saturday night with a Jacksonville. len regret that he had to return the members of the Baptist ': Gravel I. Top Soil.. Solit Ditching ,
to Riverside Hospital In Church there for all the
stork shower honoring Mrs Peggy/ Susan and Jack Lucas Jacksonville last Friday. good food that was broughtIn Drain Pipes Water Holes Foundation

Wellhausen. Diana Oriffls, Cliff and and Jeffrey North of and the love that was .
Cheryl
Dug r Back-Hoe Work Oyster Sheila.
flames were played, and Michael Slade attended the Jacksonville spent the week shown to the entire family In Large Selection/ Of

I prizes' awarded. to Mrs.. Dexter. dance at Baldwin High School end here with their grand- the loss of our little Darling'I SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATIONAND Ladies Hose
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John who was drowned In the back
FRESH SPRING MATERIALS
North while their mother, yard of her home In Maxvllle MAINTENANCEPumpOut
Mrs. Roger North. was In Alma -little Joy Darlene Meyer.

: NOTICETo services. Oa.for to her attend aunt. funeral She all. May will be God greatly bless missed all who by Service Drain Field Systems 3 Pro $$1. Arriving Daily

Sunday visitors of Mr. and gave a helping hand Is our Filter Bed Systems Simplicity and McCall Patterns
Residents of Clay Hill Mrs.! trans Sweat and daughter prayer.'

were! Mrs. Tommy Dakcr I Mr and Mrs. Joseph A
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Friday, Saturday
children of Jacksonville!
and Meyer and Mrs. Gladys Lan-
and Maxville and Mr. and Mrs. Junior JUICY 8-INCH
;
and of
Max-
j thrlpp daughters :
Cloolsby and children of Fern vllle were Sunday dinner! AND HAULING COMPANY STUMP'S Pies
andlna. guests of the Fred Langs.
.: Mr. and Mrs. James Waters MR.\ AND MRS. W. C. POWELL
Rev John Wilkinson leftTuesday
and son of Lawtey and Mr. to enter> the Veterans Box 207 Phone 969-2.111! Starke. Fla. 29c each
and Mrs. E. D. Illunlnbothuni 1
THE '
BRADFORD
COUNTY Hospital In St. Petersburg for
and children were Sunday I
I' dinner guests of the IliifordHlgalnbothamn. t I'
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K. A. Turner returned' horn f' -
last week after short visit f, 9 WASHINGTON'SU
a h4''
: On Sale Each f.
Thursday with his brother In Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Brown t rt B II- S

: At' The of Saturday Reldsvlll! with. Ala.Mr, spent and Mrs las* I t Inglon BIRTHDAY SALE

i Black Creek Grocery-Clay Hill Homer Thomas The Browns

are former Maxvlll residents Cherry Pies Fri. and Sat. 29c Each
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my son's Since they all work canopy of color next Christmas most -na\! agent. In four gallon of watei fruit then delay the spray applications -----; ,--
every day. I will bet he missesme Conifers, are the exception Apply the .pray at seven-day until you are sure EiEliii!! !

and wonders what be- reaches 1 12: Intervals when black spot 1 Ispresent. that the fruits have the correct -
As each sprout they need! not be pruned.The t. WILLIAMS
of ? Let's Go amount of injury.
comes me
inches long, pinch it back tosix
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tre-roote l plants are,
EmU is still from ; If you want Jtl.cllnltor\ Italian Rye or other winter
writing
this Cl'UeJtrelltmf'nt.
Inches. Continue
liwh.n
hardest' to make i
aJ San Francisco and I write to | to all sprouts until shifted to a new lorntIon.Hailed I' Easier or Mother's Day plant Umuoian grasses planted six
.Gardeni weeks two months will JEWELRYREPAIRS
i them by the last of January. or ago!
him every day He Is applying the middle oC September. and burhipped plants j
I Plant' groups of corals every need a little fertilizer now tokeep ,
ura 8urgessAloabr at different places, even out Then stop to Rive- the plant usually suffer vrry little In j 10 13
to
two weeks tl'O1now until growingpply
of San Francisco for better tips a chance to set tbl'lJ'braetcs .
and
By llerrey Sharp the trRnapl.aanUngproo..e. | warm weather and you'll, pounds. of fertilizer per l.UOOi
Jobs. He says. "I will not Fail of color petals It is almost Impossible to have WATCIIK3-DIAMONM
spread your flowering season i square feet of lawn.
you." So I try to be happy Florida. AgrieultunJ Extension. Poinsettias show their color anything but thumb 1
a
Wherein the cold and to day length and green of the tall-atcmm bloaaoms.Be AD Work GuaranteedA.
windy Bible and devotional booklets and patient. God willing someday Serrioe according If you transplant a shrub froma I
day. of February pass and I and pi'ay. Then the day la off we will be together again temperature. A plant near alighted pot or can.RrffanlliPM sure to treat tho corms: TilE ItlOirr FOINT for the, C. William
prepare to go to the Veterans to a good start. I then go for' Here Is an old time recipe Don't toss out that pot of wlndov\ or street lightoften I before planting to prevent dis i i way yon write. COllie In andI
Hospital, in Indianapolis. the mall and groceries TodayI for WHOLE WHEAT RAISIN holiday poinsettia when th? refuses to color: up like i of the type of eases., Trent corms by shnk-\ I afteryour" favorite ESTER- 142 W. CaD St.SUrb .

If radio's slim fingers can cleaned the house and BREAD. 3 cups of milk, "i last leaf drops and the final A neighboring plant In am, >ur- rout system you plant be sure I In, them In a paper bag/ containing BROOK Fountain tin. TU. .. FU.

pluck a melody! from night changed scarves on tine dress- ': teaspoon salt, whole wheat red bract droops atop spaxhettUIlke by darker. corner. The best to Kettle these! undergroundpart Sperjfon.Dooryard OR.VTI1. .

and toss It over"a continent or I ers. I am ltetUn .ready to flour l'. cups raisins and a stem. flower development U when. with a souking-good. ) citrus grower =:"" :.L-

sea; I, leave again.. TUesday. Feb. 11. package of yeast. Scale the Like a red-headed maiden the tvUbt. temperatures r nc supply of water. should\ inspect truce for red .
I am to to the Veteran's -' milk and add salt. When it is from 60 to 63: degrees., The planting schedule also, .
If the petaled white notesof go without makeupthe plant Include. spiders purple and sixspottedmites i J That's Our Business
rosesVlien G l A S S
planted.In
a violin are blown across i Hospital at Indianapolis luke warm, add yeast Stir in I can be revitalized Into a mavfl /.- and other insect. duringcart -
clttM |lll U.
1 H( un We
the mountains or city's din; be there by 9..o'clock in the enough flour to make a soft I of beauty with propertreatment. 'I Some folks ay that petU' January roooe bushes" will, dry weather. For control "
morning T he of our dough. Let stand. In a warm not apl'OlIten"raUy until after) CALL WHITE or VISIT
j minister
If songs like crimson roses It will show brilliant pushers are garments that the standby remedy! la l lNpn
church')is going to take 1!! place until: light and> front dangers are raat. I'IRnt'l FOR ANY CLASS NEEDSHEA'
are culled front thin blue air- i ,, me, very color next winter.. If you bring out natural beauty So. (. y---oni' trajpoon to A gallon
Why should mortals wonder I i My son has to mind the station spongy. Then add the raisins follow these tips from Dr. J E.!: take tills tip and begin pushIng rJ earlier. 1"01" sprouts may get of water The cleric at the!

!if God hears Prayer? whjl&.-F/ed goes to National 1 floured, with white flour andenough W. McElwec!: Agricultural Extension for Male petals If you.. nipped 1 during periods of lowitemperature I' garden renter may have a better NOG GLASS CO.
1 Guard. So the ministerobligingly flour tomake, a stiff adorn, *. ,I
want to your .
Service
-Ethel Homlg! Fuller | j horticulturist.First .ardentS suggestion.Sulfur
offered to take me. dough. Knead and mold into)I Water newly planted rose at (

more W.often whq Pray can, each after day years and of ;, Time is passing swiftly and loaves, put into well-greased! I: and all, store In an the outoi.thewiyplace pot! plant''I j tth The natural biff frees.beauty.earlier this. ', least once per week It rainfallIn II spray, four tablespoons "F'8fm.r.., Joe> ""eC.rGIaM! O.

this will Let rise nice,'brush abort. and be to per gallon of watermill Modern Store
searching, feel the closeness or be. my address; buss i I pans. up and forget about it month may have cut short the ready sprayor We Dcaiim Front)

Clod As the above poem i Lura B. Mohr t pat lent J 1. 1481 top with milk, and bake try, til about the middle of & I supply of petal, Tlwrffor"1 dust. to control black spot. kill mites and give you Just Mall, U. A I'alUr For
West 10th St.. Indlanapolla, 425 degree oven 40, minutes, ( disease a* wan
; This un-I at the bushes clean, bright fruit.
However
i careless treatment to the
states prayer ia like a radio. plan now display petalsjthai Table Tops!
i| 7 Ind. I will be.so very glad to This is the.kind )M.un.a'lI1&de. sprout.
and Ood plclu our messagesof I I intended to hibernate I did survive by preventing I If you believe that ruaict 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Guiiwirt-lIU. frla. "Phone FR3-4JW
hear from readers and! HELPFUL: HINTS. Have To control
my plant during th. belluI I thU fungus: dls- fruits sweeter thin clean
love and requests from the I I frosty days I as le* flower-spot. Thin are !
1 old friends. You can well you hair spray on: ypur mirror -
guess,; while the
thin air He hears all prayers shriveling top feeds i ty-kllllng funtrua can retlm-r< a!
I ? Remove snail pol- .I
am not anxious to be going with .
the '
and answers In his own way 1 i sleeping roots.Don't magnificent' display of blossoms THE (:ATEW.1'0 NOTCH
Tuesday. tsh remover on a piece of cot : SKUVICK: TIIK PATHWAY: TO .IIKTTKIt. : : SEHVICK: -
and time So I I water the dormant I ,
keep praying i Into M slimy mush al-
I< I have been getting mj ton. Add finely grated carrots$ plant. I
and UUtenlng.\ am happy I mont overnljfht. :
then. I, deeds and important papers ;, to fresh vegetable soup, givescolor |I I But so It won't dry out too\ The first "nlsTn of the disease. O Every Car ::::
and flavor.. Put the new '
| ; : I much, the on' : ,
lay
It Is sunny here but a cold together and put them In my address of friend in the lid of potted plant Is small water-soaked. spot on' OK
,'lock box at the bank. Now Its side In a cool dry place
j the flower\ < I>r l\ Safety Checked
wind la blowing Gabby and I your stationery box. Be handy petal any
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that Is done. I got out the Under the back porch is Ideal
just returned from a two mile station wagon and drove to So another day Is about to| If you live on a concrete slab, 8. Mullin pathologist with theI 5
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end. Next week at time I I Agricultural Extension Service. 5H
this
walk. I was up before seven I New Castle to get a couple of try storing the sleeping plant' '
Then. later, tho kloa-
may still be at the Hospital In '' a okay
and always take my exercises. things before I have to leave. In a shady; comer of the car. g USED. CAR
Indianapolis. They are to giveme I : sums collapse into a mass of
then a bath. and dress. ThenI Bo I will be ready Tuesday. 1
Port.When
> a good physical check up: clinic.I l
cook mj bieak-fast. I wash early. I spring comes tenderly
my dishes,v and, then.' read my I Oabby will have to stay at first. awake the plant by sloughing I You can prevent the fungus, Late -1
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'rronr..v.aml' >
u What does the future hold I I off the dead top and placing ''your Model ttL
,, for me? I put my life in God's' the roots In a new bed of rich i isoil. i I thl spring with a pray> program CS g

Announcing; The Opening; hands many years ago. I said You can grow the new othirn.or sipeb.' n'- 2-Doom .n t"1

"God Just show, mot| the way. I plant In last season's pot. but gla the spray application, 5 1-Doors. /
tell me'what you would have the poinsettia will be happier[I when the early; varieties !begin
me do. My life has not been 1 I If you set in the soil where .U to' how_ color, Repeat the '" Station I I Ip7 Uw ATM

easy, but it has not been dull. can flex Its roots better than I spray three. time*) a'week. dur- WaC1lftlll
cilyBAKERY He has led me around and a- In the confines of a pot. lag color' season. Q i

round. Sadness gladness' It you did not get a gift of I If, you. are, think*; about. GATEWAYService ;
: heartbreak and deep love has poinsettias far Christmas It', buying' sum: cameiUest& now la .

ben my lot. la easy to establish plantings th. Um. to a.lfIIIt.tht! virletl .

So with Robert Browning. of the holiday ornamental by! you want %hne.lhrX., are, In r 0

the English poet I say: purchasing potted stock from, bloom. To ace the flower\ at tS Special g

I see my way as birds their a local nurseryman. How.f I these BurxUy' ..beat, visit a c*. OPEN

trackless way.I ever, some green thumb oper. In.UI.'atw, and make a list\ 3O !Motor(' Tune-Up S4

shall arrive what time what atom feel that they have better of the, vtrjetlc* that strike ;>.. SUNDAY 8'( 11.. $6.50 s >
circuit first luck if they: sneak hard. Then It will be "I
your faacy S
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not wood cuttings from a neigh easier etgUeapiyeur mindIon ArTKU CHUltCIl % *+"I'A >
i sometime Ills good time 1 hors I .( ,I. 1UO
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bird poinsettia THE A X'X '
.talbr. : punching I or transplanting. Mere are : :: .
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So until you hear from nwtjnext | holts In the desired loo.tlon.Inserting .
week, where ever I b* I1 1 three quarters of : f.w puia.lv 'to remember. =5ca ;s.a0Wh..l
Complete Line of Baked Goods I There |I. a definite.rl,tlonshlpbetween 1962 Chevrolet
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send my love, and prayers and each of the woody cutting [ Ford 2-Dr. >
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17 best wishes. Into the soil and pressing' the ,
Ood bless you every one soil firmly: around the base prunli\t| ro '-.(' \ .I I /lows ......Aw. fledln. .t4.dsa. ....10, ll....r. V.Ant .- $1.10 P.r Wh..1 I

Pies Doughnuts Fresh Daily LoveLURA 1M cues to keep th. soil moist. : should 1.I1Io1U..Cl.utWJ! The V.1 tsigliw, A.. I Itnltow. .. Trait, PlusV.l t b&&t. 77'I.
i Mulching\. around the C'uttlnll.1 I I rout system osay pleat _. 1r.Wheel l c"u<. T.. T_. ra..." hula)I I M
TKINiTT EPISCOPAL will help you maintain moU- should,approximate the top In : \ ripe. hay sad MMI <<<:.. Will be Meld. at a ,.

Specializing; CnUKCU kfCLKOfl, lure soil temperature' and volume,'.: Ui..rfar*>, t* lope of .e -Her far, U4n IhU 1-. flax It CMllealec. :"Ui'I' r. 11N
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I n 7..... .vn.nv..v.T Illness. Saturday. ." "..WJi, niece. Miss Lu Plummer, visited Green served refreshments voice his opinion and to ask
McPherson. Mrs. Norma Jean auditorium last Friday night.I treatment for a long 1 j
i "I Eunice, and Mrs. Hazel Wil- Recent visitors of Mr and Your correspondent visited,,!i I Mr. annd Mrs. Terrel Green:': with her.BROOKER. WATER SYSTEM MEET- any question ,Concerning tn,
MAX VILLE: kinson. The honoree received Mrs. Drew Wilkinson were' CLAY HILL'\ Nellie Wilkinson last Satur- of Gainesville visited Mr and I j GARDEN CLUBi KiO Brooker citizens will new water gystenx.'

, lovely gifts.Refreshments. Mrs. Eunice Williams and Mr. day afternoon and she seem- ( Mrs. T. W. Markpy recently. i i had a good turnout for Its hold their second meeting on "
of ed to be just a bit better. Mrs. Cora Bashaw and Mr. water system at THE RIGHT POINT' f w tfa.
I were served to and Mrs. E. R. Rigdon By :Mm. Leaner Lung I meeting last Tuesday night. the proposed
By'Mrs.\ A C. Slaclo .
j 289-4491 the :23/ guests present to enJOY Jacksonville and: Mr. and Mrs. Phone 289.4051.aaaiAallaAA.a.a..AAa.: Funeral services for Mrs. and Mrs. Spencer May and Mrs. E. L. Lester was in 7-30: p.m. Friday. Feb. 21. in way you writ Com la and
Phone this occasion with Mrs. Carl Cherry of Orange Park. J! Delta Anderson were held at children of Gainesville visitedMr charge of Lie program on propagating the Community Center. This select your favorite, ESTER.
LAAAA&&&&.&&&&&&& '" Wellhausen.Out Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rhoden \ 10 a. m. Monday in the Wood- and Mrs. M. O. Harrell plants. :Mrs. G. E. is each citizen's chance to BROOK. Fountain Pen. TELK.GEAPH. ; .

JUNIOR TRAINING of town guests wereMrs. and children of St. Augustine\ lawn Baptist Church In Jacksonville and family last Sunday after.CYCLES -
UNION PARTY Ollie Harris and Mrs. were Sunday afternoon visitors fHekl over from last week' Burial was in the noon. I|
TU Amy Manning of Mlddleburg, of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Iliglilnbotham due to death in the family.) > Long Branch Cemetery. I Edward Endicott left Brook- :'1
Members of the Junior
Class!: at Maxvllle Baptist Mrs. Easter Mann of Clay and family. \ Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson was j Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Padgett cr to work at his new job near I PRICES CHOPPED.. AT OUR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
Church surprise party II Ill. Mrs. Kathleen Fadgott Mis. Kathleen Nolan and taken seriously ill and had to,I of Starke were Sunday Mobile Ala. He is to do construction -
gave a of Yellow Water Mrs. Norma daughter/ visited William Mc- be rushed toRlverslde HospitalIn visitors to the Harm Padgett '' work there.
their Pratt. I
for teacher Mr.
Jean Euulce of Highland: Mrs Inary Jr at St. Vincent's Hospital -\ Jacksonville. She has beenIn ( family.Mr. 'I' Weekend guests of Mrs. Amanda -
i Thursday night The :
\fast of Claudine North of Jacksonville In Jacksonville last Fri a very bad condition but and Mrs. J. Padgett of Lewis were Mr. and
party was held at the home
\ Marian and Angeha Palmer and Mrs Elaine Chllson day night. seems to be a little better at Jacksonville were Sunday din-1: Mrs. Lamar Hall and children
of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas By- this writing.We ner guests of the John Wilkinson I from Gainesville. Also her
for Mr. Pratt and his familY.
PERSONALS: and children. Mrs. Ollle were all saddened to family.
15 members of the TU num daughter, Iva Mae Lewla.I .
and I Several of our Sunday Hubert, and Mrs. Charlen hear of the death of our cousin PLEASE NOTICE: Anyonein
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry
Class. : 'I School teachers attended the VllloBor and daughter, all of and friend, John Ellison. the Clay Hill communitywho I
Games were played and refreshments and family visited with their
Black Creek Sunday School Jacksonville, were Sunday of Jacksonville. Funeral serv- has any news items
of cake and punch Association meeting Monday dinner !guests of the Oscan! Ives were held at 2 p. m., please call 289-4051 any time parents, Mr. and, Mrs. M. O. G $

',: were served.to everyone. Mr. I night at 7:30: p. m. at the I WlkliiHOti family. Tuesday in the Jacksonville ( Between Monday a. m. and:! Harrell, Sunday. ... _.... .. .
>Pratt surprised the children and Mrs. Green
I Baptist Church on Jones Road Mrs. Harry Mevis and chil- Heights Church of Ood. Burnt Sunday p. m. I need more, Mr. Terrel
with an extra treata joy I Mrs T. W. visited
and Markey
In Jacksonville dren of Jacksonville visited was in Nolan Ridge Ceme- news. Thank: you.
|-lde around the community. Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson of.lacksonville Mrs. Claude Oreen and Mrs. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannen Boy's White Stretch BOY'S LONG SLEEVE
alter the party.VALENTINE tery.Funeral ... :'
r .n..7.n.mn.nBROOKED Jacksonville
in Sunday.
held
and Mrs. J. C Johnny Dover recently. services were
PARTY Nolan and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Wednesday for Frank Herndon I I, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green
> Students at Maxvllle School Fred English last FI'ldayart.emoon visited! In Jacksonville last at the Long; Branch Baptist and daughter Deborah were in Crew\ Socks Sport ShirtsSizes
Valentines last Friday -
presented at the Daniel Unit Friday with their son and Church at 2 p. m. Burial Jacksonville Sunday
!} and afternoon classmates.to their Refresh-teachers Hospital;: in Jacksonville.The daul>:hter'ln-1aw. Mr. and Mrs. was In the church cemetery Bf Shirley Green I Mrs. Pearl Hagar and Mrs. Sizes 9 to 11 6 to IS
new son of Mr. and: Earl Wilkinson and family lIe was a brother of Mrs Amanda Lewis were shoppingIn
hients, furnished by mothersof Mrs. L. E. I IBuckl 1 Wellhauaen. Miss Evelyn Harris daughter Warden of Clay Hill. Sym Phone 485.4691LAAAAA.AAAaa.a.AA.a..A'I Gainesville lost Friday. 49c Value Values to $1.98CHOPPED

the students! were enjoyed born on Feb. 10 at Bradford of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Win)?red pathy Is extended! to the family I I Mrs. Bill Plummer visited

afterward. County Hospital has been Harris left last Sunday to ', with her mother, Mrs. Lily CHOPPED TO TO
.ANDERSON FUNERALServices named Steve Ernest. Mrs. upend several. wqeki; Irv Miami Mrs. Lillian Fleming of New Mr and Mrs. Donald Con- Cone, Mr. and Mra. Leslie
for Mrs. Della Anderson Wellhausen and the baby returned : with her aunt ''Mrs. Sarah York, and Emory Barraneauand ner of Raiford were dinner Green and. family and Mr.
n, 70, of Jacksonville home last Thursday. Rhlndrettii.! Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Pad guests of Mr and Mrs. A. S. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell and for
were held at 10 a..m. Mondayin Mrs. D. B. Oriffls and Mr. and! Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson gett and family all of Jack- Green and family last Wednesday -, 1 family. She also visited with 3 $ 00 $1.00Regular
Woodlawn Baptist Church.
Jacksonville burial In daughter: Karon drove to and family were Saturday sonville, were weekend visitorsof evening.Mr. her brother Clyde Cone, and .t .
with .
,
and Mrs. and Mrs. Morston Jordan '
Jacksonville Beach Sundaj- night visitor of Mr. Mrs. Irene PadKCtt family.
Lang Anderson Branch died Cemetery Thursday Mrs Feb. and enjoyed lunch at tho Tie' Thomas Bynum and family of Mr and Mrs Randolph of Keystone visited Mr,. I Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke
Restaurant. JncknonvlUf.! Crosby and Jean Austin of and Mrs) Tom Markey, las t. visited relatives Sunday. Her .. 39cPRINTS
13. at her home. She was born"
''I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brnd- Mrs. Eunice Williams returned Maxvllle were Saturday after-
in Maxvllle, moving to Jacksonville -
shaw and son visited WIH1 urBrfldtihaw to JacksonvUle lass noon visitors of the Elmer
I 12 years ago Survivor at Baptist Memorial Friday after spending a week Carter family 1
in Maxvllle are a sister, Mrs. COMPLETE
t Hospital last Sunday. here with her brother-in-law Rev. D. W. Jones of Green
ElvUi Chance, and two brothers
Mrs. D. J. Punish Is confined and ulster. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cove Springs brought/ the mes-
Willie and Sidney Harris
Septic Tank & Hauling ServiceFor
STORK SHOWER this week with the flu. Wilkinson. Mrs. Williams Is: sage at Clay Hill Baptist

Mrs. Jewel Coverdale, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- expected to leave Jacksonville Church last Sunday 1
with herl I to thank each and Bradford County and Area I
( this tyerk foea visit I want
Evelyn Taylor, and Mrs. Violet haw and son wore Sunday YARDS FOR

| BurnHCd entertained at the night supper truest of Mr. daughter Friends In of North Frank Carolina.Wellhau everyone people of Mtxvllle of the, and wonderful especially -I I Fill Dirt I'eat Moss Sands Rock 3 $1..00I
home of Mrs. L. E.Wellhauspn and Mrs. }f. N. Bradithaw of
last Saturday nlnht with a Jacksonville. sen regret that he had to return the members of the Bap- :, Gravel Top Soil.. Sonia Ditching ,
I to Riverside Hospital In List Church there for all the I
I stork shower honoring Mrs Peggy Susan and Jack Lu- JackMonvlllc last Friday. Rood food that was brought Drain Pipes Water Holes FoundationDug

Welttmuaen. "s.| Diana Oriffls Cliff and and Jeffrey North of in, and the love that wasshown ,
Cheryl Hack-Hoe Work Oyster Shells.
I Games were played and Michael Blade attended the Jacksonville spent the week.. to the entire family In Large Selection/ Of

i prizes awarded to Mrs Dexter dance at Baldwin High School end here with their grand- the loss of our little Darling I SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATIONAND Ladies Hose

: parents Mr. and Mrs. John who was drowned In the back ,
FRESH SPRING MATERIALS
\ North while their mother, yard of her home in Maxville MAINTENANCEPumpOut

: NOTICETo Mrs. Roger North, was in Alma -little Joy Darlene Meyer. '

On. to attend funeralservices She will be greatly missed by Service Drain Field Systems I 3 Pro $$1. Arriving Daily
for her aunt. all. May Ood bless all who
Sunday visitors of Mr. and leave a helping hand Is our Filter Red Systems Simplicity and McCall Pattern
Residents of Clay Hill Mrs. Leslie Sweat and daughter prayer.

were Mrs. Tommy Baker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Friday Saturday
and children of Jacksonville Meyer and Mrs. Gladys Lan-
; and MaxviUe and Mr. and Mm, JunloiOoolsby 8-INCH
and of
i thrlpp daughters Mnx-
and children of Fern. I vllle were Sunday dinner AND HAULING COMPANY Pies
andlna. STUMP'S29c
guests of the Fred Langs.
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0.w run AND MKS. W. C. POWELL
Mr and Mrs. James Waters Rev. John Wilkinson left
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and son of Lawtey, and Mr. Tuesday to enter the Veterans Box 207 Phone 960-2311 Starke. Fla. each
I and Mrs. E. D. Hlgglnbothum
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THE BRADfORD' COUNTYTELEGRAPH Hospital in st. Petersburg for

...-.... ... .- and children were Sunday -, .
dinner! guests of the Bufor 4Illgglnbothams.


) ; K. A., Turner. returned horn \

last week after a short visit *w 4'T: r
.: Now On Sale Each Thursday with his brother In! Alabama

Mr, and Mrs. Lacy Brown', S.I 4'4 Bullington'sVASHINGTON'S
At The of ReldnvlUi. Ala. pent las' '

Saturday with Mr and Mrs.
.,' ,} '
Black Creek Grocery-Clay Hill Homer Thomas The Browns .

are former MaxvlII residents Pies Fri. and
Cherry Sat. 29c Each
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THt'RSDAT. FEB. !fI. 196- BRADFORD rot QTY TKlJCCBArn. STARKR. FLORIDA r.\rr: SEVINTEEV: ,
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my son's. Since they all work canopy of color next Christmas moot c....'s.Co"lfoll' afl"nt. In four gallons. of water! fruit, then delay.. the spray ap- .55i15i - =-
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the ..pray at seven-day. until
Apply plicatlona are sure
every dry I will bet he missesme | are the exception you
and wonders what becomes Intervals. when black spot I I" that the, fruits have, the eormeet -
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reaches 12
Ai each sprout they! need' not be pruned.The W ILLIAMS'JEWELRY I
present.If. amount of injury.
) of me. tLet's CoGardeuing
inches long, pinch It back to bare-rooted! plants are
EmU is still writing from six inches. Continue this cruel hardest live when you want Rl.uiioll for Italian Rye or other wintertemporart
to make i'
i (Canter Mother') ( ,
or Day plant/ six
planted
San Francisco and treatment to all sprouts until grasses
I write to I lUfted.. to R now lorn tIon.H '
of weeks or two months will ,
them by the last JanuAry. ago
him every day. He is applying the middle ot September.Then U I Plunt groups of cornllev..ry need a fertilizer now tokf'l"p
> Jiura 8ttfqesMohr at different places, even out stop to give the plant usually suffer. very little In i I 1fti
two 'weeks from now until growingrply 10 to
chance set theirbracts REPAIRS
to
of San Francisco" for better tips! a the and
By Hrrrejr Sharpe of color transplanting prove |I, warm. weather and you'llspread i pounds. of fertllUer per. 1.000
Jobs.! He says, "I will not Fail, petal it in almost iinposmtbl to have WATCIDCS-DIAMONM
' your flowering seasonof square' feet of lawn.
you." So I try to be happy:' Florida. ArrteullvraJ. Extension PoitrsPttlM show their color anything but a thumb I I
Wherein the cold and to day length and green I the tnll-atemin. blonnomH. AD Work GuaranteedA.
windy Bible and devotional booklet and patient. God willing someday : Serrioe according It ;you transplant. a shrub from
day. of February pan, and I and pray Then the day Ia off I we will be together aKaln temperature. A plant hear alighted a pot or can.Regardless/ |I:I De aura to treat tho corm Tilt: RIGHT rOt-NT for toe' C. WUlUmfl
prepare to go to the Veterans to a good start. I then go for >! Here is an old time recipefor I Don't toss out that pot of wtpdo+' or street 1hrhtoft.t 1 I before planting to prevent dlai i write. Com In and ,d
.. :y you
Hospital 1 Iq Indianapolis.If the mall and groceries. Today WHOLE WHEAT RAISIN 1 1r i holiday poinsettia when th >n refuses" to color; up like : of the type ofrov ,'I i rant<*. Treat. corms by ..hi kI l wirer your favnrlto ESTER: 142 W. CaD St.
lust leaf and final neighboring plant In a,near- >t system you plant" be aurej i i In th"11In a paper bag containing -
the ,
radio's slim fingers can I cleaned the house and : BREAD. 3 cups of milk l* drops a I BROOK Fvuntain men TELEU :- Stark. Ha.tG .
pluck a melody from night changed scarves on the dress :r, teaspoon salt whole wheat red bract droops atop a spagh by darker corner. The best ,1 ti> settle these undergroundparts Sporjfou.Ikwryani RATH. '

and toss It. over'a continent or I ers. I am getting,,,ready to flour 1'a cups raisins, and a I'I ettl-Iike stem flower development is when .' with a souklng-good'I I citrus grower f.yjS tjsli fy'frTLrjs! 'j--'=""""" 3c jjr'

sea; leave again Tuesday. Feb. II, package of yea t. Scale the II I Like a red-headed maiden the night temperatures range supply of water.' should intact.| trie for, red ,

If the petaled white notesof I am to: go to the Veteran's I milk and add salt. When it is''' without makeupthe plant from 80 to S3: degrees The. planting svheduhi. alitoInvluJea .irpitlera. purple and .Ix-a"ol 1t',1I : That' Our Business
roses. When plantedIn G L A S S
a violin are blown across I' Hospital at Indianapolisbe luke warm add yeast. Stir In can be revitalized I Into a marvel I i I mite and other insects during rlMS, have It-
the mountains or city's din: < there, by .o'clock. In the enough flour to make a softdough. I of beauty with Some folk! say that ptnttvlpushers ,:, January rout bushes will, cool', dry weather. Kor control ? Wn We
proper
It songs like crimson roses '; morning The minister of our ,, Let stand in a warm treatment. It will show brilliant are garments that' nut sprout ajenftrnUy until lifter,' the atanilby remedy Is 1XV CALL WHITE or VISIT

are culled from thin blue air- church".la going,, to take me, | place until very light and color next winter if you brine out natural beauty So. frost danger are pant. Planted 1! spray- on* teaspoon to a gat- FOIt ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'

Why should mortals wonder] My son has ta mind the station :, spongy. Than add the ralaUii I foUow these tips from Dr. K take this tip and begin puuh- ': outlier, 'OIl" sprouts may fft Ion of water The clerk at the,
whlht.\ :Fred; goes to National I floured, with. white flour and for azalea petals if ,| tupped during period of low I S CO.
If God hears Prayer? I W. !McElwee.! Agricultural/ Extension -: Ing :you'I garden center may hv" a better NJi GLASS
( Guard. So the minister { enough flour tomake a stiff( temperatures.A'ater|
-Ethel Romig Fuller | Service horticulturist.First "'alto adorn your lardl'111 t I ;I aUlutt'Mtion.I .
I )
obligingly offered take dough. Knead and mold Into newly plants) roses at (
to me. i, store the I ash! natujm beauty,
W often who pray can: each after day and.more of I. Time Is passing swiftly and loaves, put Into well-grepsedI I and all In an out-of-the-way pot. plant : The big fr* s. ,earlier, thin,, !least one per Week It rainfall I Sulfur spray four tableIHMMI "Formerly Joe 1'eterw' Glara G"w. .
I I
searching feel the closeness years of'' this will be my address: Mrs. I pans. Let rise up nice. brush plare and forget! about It un I month may have cut short the la short Mini be ready: to spray "per &11101of water Design Modern store FronU

Ood. As the above poem Lura B. Mohr Ipatl nU, 1481 top with milk, and bake In, til about. the middle of I I supply of .petals, Tl\Ioretnr... or dust to control black spot will kill mites. and !give you Just MaY U. A falterer Far
; West 10th St.. Indianapolis 425 degree oveu 40, minutes, M.U'Ch'l I ( ulaeaae a* soon .* Ute bushes.
clean
This careless i1 II bright fruit. 1I'w..vl'rI
tr't' to the
| now display petals
states prayer is like a radio. plan i| i I Table Top
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and God picks our message |I i 7 Ind. I will be so very glad to This is the,kind' Mmamade i Intended to hibernate theplant I that did survive, by preventing' "PI'OUt.I you believe) that runlet. 1.113 N. W. 4th PI., Gainesville >la. Phone P'R2-u5'
my HUTT3. Have To
hear from readers and I' HELPFUL ] control
of love and requests from the j I during the frosty days p,I azalea. flower-pot. This bral'I -|I this fungus dla- fruits are sweeter" than clean
old friends. You can well you hair on ypur mirror
guess spray
thin air. He hears all prayers ,, I I while the shriveling; top feed, ty-kllllnjf fuivgrus can retlm-e. ai I
; I ? Remove nail polish I '
am not anxious to be going with a
and answers in his own the sleepingroot*. magnificent display of blossoms THE (:,\fEWn0
way Tuesday. ] remover 'on a piece of cot IU.TTEU UlCloTIIN: GATEWAY(: : TO 'IIKTTKK: SERVICE1 :--
and time. So I keep praying | Don't water the dormant I Into a slimy mush. .ul-.I.I
I ton. Add finely" grated carroty I
I have been ,
and listening. I am happy (getting my I plant. most overnight. .I.
I i
then.It deeds and important papers to. fresh vegetable soup, gives I But M it won't dry out too I The tint Mgr of the disease. < O Every Car
I color and Put the
flavor. new'
: together and put them in my ; : | much lay the potted plant ot) k OKUSED t
.l
is sunny here, but a cold; address of friend In.the lid of la small wttr-ao spots on
I lock box at the bank. Now i its side In a cool,. dry place! PiW
the flower petals" l>r n. Safety Checked
wind Is blowing. Gabby and I stationery box. Be handy. any 8
that is done. I got out the your j Under the back porch Is Ideal. Pira
with the
8. Mull in. pitthukigUt J
So another day Is about to| I
just returned from a two mile If live 1
I station wagon and drove to you on a concrete slab, Extension Ser'vDeer '
Agricultural
end. Next week at this time I
walk, I was up before seven New Castle to get a couple of try storing the sleeping plant
Then. a tiny later, the blo1 *- rn
may still be at the Hospital in I
and always take my exercises things before I have to leave. In a shady corner of the car 1 CARModel 73
I some collapse Into a mass of
Indianapolis. They are to give
then a bath, and dress. ThenI i So I will be ready Tuesday I 1 < .
cook mjT breakfast I wash early. me a good physical check up I port.When spring comes tenderly slime,

my dishes;arid. then,' rea4 mv 1 I Gabby will have to stay at I first. I awake the plant by sloughingoff j You: prevent. tile fungus ><- Late
- I What does the future hold I the dead top and placing from ravaging your bluwnm O
., for me? I put my life In Ood's 1 the root In a new bed of rich j I this spring with. a sprny program G

Announcing The Opening bands many years" ago. I said. sail. You can grow the new of, U\klJ.1l1,or iip"b, n.
"Ood, just show', m. the war I plant In laat ....son'. put but & the spray applications 4-Doom. )00

or tell me'what you would haveme I the poinsettia will be happier:j when the!. arly varieties beg)> >O, Station y:
do." fly life has not been If you Mt in the soil where U [' to' how t"olort Repeat' the t 1 AT

easy but it has not been dull. I can Hex Its roots better than I' ..pr.y.th time! a.week. dtirInir > U Wagons ;3

He has led me around and s- In the confines of a pot. color season.If Q .

round. Sadness gladness If you did not get a gift of you, are. thinking: aboutbuytnf f GATEWAYService a
CITVBDKERV heartbreak and deep" love has poinsettia for Christmas it I some: t"UIIeIU"1!' now la w

bane! my lot. p is easy to establish planting I i the time to select. the varltla M>

So with Robert Browning, of the holiday ornamental by I you want Whllw': they, are_ In i O

the English poet, I say: purchasing. potted stock from I 1 bloom. To ... the fkiwrs at tS f Special 5

1 see my way as birds their a local nuraeryman. How* i their. Sunday taut visit! a car *' OPK.VSUNDAY

trackless" way. ever, some green thumb operator mellla 'shuyt' and make a list t p Motor Tune-l'p'

I shall arrive what time, what feel that they have better of the, varjette that atrlk. :; I.Cy I. .f5..50 g
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circuit first. luck If they aneak hard.* 1 I your fa aay, Then It will b* -t:
I ask not, but I' wood cuttings from I "Iu+l ( 41ft.. '
a neigh l AVTKIl CHURCH
easier min<
,tai ""tJI'l, p your '
.In sometime His good time, T bores yard' following' the flow.erUu i R-Cyl.. llas UO 'r
I on what, tq. visit' 5a
"fa wp.a yiju
shall arrive: season, I I" ". |>art. -
the ftW'HIIoNow :
.. I Ire guide Woo be guide the I You can root hardwood
S. Walnut-Acrona From Gibb'a bird. poinsettia stalk by punching I Iq ten tins 'fir planting PRICES GET THE A X' FIIONT :ND'I
or tran* ))4r tl/i Hen are a 5r
u
Sot until you hear from m*, j holes In the desired location i ALIGNMENT:
I I mew pUil\t". .. to 're.mmhr..
of Baked Goods next week, where ever I "be I 1 Inserting three quarters of j i There is I "deflnlU relationship w 1962 ". 011'heel
Complete t Line! : send my love and prayers andbest each of the woody cuttings !': between a tra/v-ylantiaa; an IlAl4ncin
wlahea.
Into
the soil and
thesoil
i pressing
Ood bless you every one |I" firmly around Urn b.... .,'\: pruning J'Vt1t. "anj ,U>ua- **ch ,1 I 4.dsr i1.LA1. lr. ..u... M*. .... Radio. .lUater.. v,- '1.50 Per 'heel l lPlus -1

Pies Doughnuts Fresh Daily LuveLunA B. mrt to keep the soil motat. '1 should/ bt.dlNaAWuJJ.r. Th leak. ., V-i fjt: .tn.. A.. I Kn..ln A... Trail. ".
|i I Mulching around the cuttings I II j I I mot .", .*_ 04I&n'' < I* Tr B., "'...., 14.,,.. T.. Ten. FalaL T1il' ,; 1 ) VV'eliiliU M
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TRINITY EPISCOPAL will help) you maintain mot- &
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These Under shoots root well ,

Sunday. Holy Communion) f I under constant mist or In any Cent Rua., With UNW T'',.... From Your Authorized I.
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PAGE EIGHTEEN' BRADFORD COUNTY TELF.C.R\.II. ST\RKE. FLORIDA _

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... .- r along the Santa Fe and the,1 of Water' Oak Creek and moreflooding Crews, lot 2, Block 12, of Oaji- mandril In tin. i.onq'hInt.' I
W. H. Eddy: to L. D. and The Nature "r said HUH hrIng
Suwannee Rivers. there. klna Addition to Starke $1.- Jean for foritloaure. of niorlBUKe I
Huttaker, property In AMBULANCE SERVICE
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ren.rded. In Offli lal Ko.ord -
Farmer's I 200.Audrey section 32, township 7 south. .
Diary Hook 5 l rage let I'Uhlil'r. PHONE 961-2600
what does In E and Inez W Massey I
And as everyone Is aware So one man rang .21 east $1.500. HowardH. ,'ui d. of Itradford County!
there Is a law against dumping this sectlonaffecta another to Spurgeon and Carol Florida, on tilt following' ; d"nrllied -
arid Emma R. Corl to Tom- .
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By Sam MoGarreyplace < real pr'iix-rty. situate InBradford DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
of block
,I a lot of water downstreamand and the entire problem will Massey lots 7 and 8 my X. and Linda Gayle Cox. Uuunty Florida, t 0
flooding land there and have to be worked out when 9 of the original plat of thj wit
lots
1. 2. 3. 4, and 5 of Corl-
+y we're going to have to you can be sure If that hap- the Soil Conservation Service City of Lawtey. $4.500 Leigh I lotta Unit 1 I One (l) ,lot 110 feet by III. DeWHt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
I 1180. BascomJ. I fort In the Northeast turner
I put a outboard motor and a pens there will be howls of makes a survey of the Water and Mae H Pearsall to Charles and Patricia Williams to c.f U>t Two (2)) <>r lllii< k Starke Flo.
I II propellor on the Puddl protest: and resort to t protection Oak Creek watershed. H. and Sophie Wolf prop- Five 15') of the J. M Jolinii.
W. H. and .
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Mary Brown
property or the North SERVICES
Huh-dlvlHIun RENTAL
Jumper to get in and out of by law erty In section 12. township: .
in section 1, township 6 Kant: Quarter or the North I
i our driveway. I .. Several years ago when we 9 south range 22 cast $8.100.j Kaat: Quarter, of 1 south 21 3.OOP.
rangf east > Township
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The first sounded had floods in this section the
I protest was I Hlx (II) Mouth KanKiTwentyTwo
But were not the. only one last week at the County Santa Fe River rose and inundated -' lTMM (.'Ilull: .'1' ('0' n'r (2i> Heat and i

in trouble, by any meant At Commission by J, M Edwards, large areas includingone 'I STARKEBUSINESS "-I.a"F": e.. AI Jr IIH"\roe HII 1'ttcrr. tue'oai -_ .r cnntMlnlnfr I.' ..... two atrea mureThe I.
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practically every meeting of who said "If low-level dam along the Itchtucknee, (OIMIV. KI..Oft'\i I'lul of the Kllld Hub-
the Starke City Council and are built anywhere around River near Fort White. A fern I nl.l.l('l M\.Arrcptum!1CKH1NO..Corpora lion. division. helnir. uf rernrd of In Gas Genie/ says:
the office i.f the Clerk
Have you seen the thou- the County Commission there, here that cause additional grower there built an earthern Plaintiff r the Circuit Court of llrad-
sands of robins along the are wet-footed land-owners flooding in the Sampson Lake dlkt to hold the water back I .-va-. O MrDanl..1 ford I'onnty. Florida, inPlat Cut Those
I country roads Looks like appealing for help in 'drain section I'll BO to court If necessary but it circled many Marilyn "Mrnanlel, and there. Hook of.W'ITNIMM. 1 at page twelve
} they're here again to help the age. And you certainly can't to get relief." round In back of his property, DIRECTORY aurla, W. Tomllnimn. a* :- :" my hand und, nffirlal ,
!DUlrlit Dlreitor nf Internal coal of .10''" Court thin Repair Bills
growers pick strawbcri'eg! and blame these people for complaining and still drowned out his big Revenue, an
I agency Kth day of February Ibll 4CIIAHIKM
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judging by the numher of as when a man can't Edwards' protest Illustrateshow i fern nursery. of the Pnllml Rtatea, A. IIAKIIV'
birds there's! one for every get out'hli road he's in serious complicated this drain- UJTO REPAmS nefemlantMNOTH. Clerk of said f'lriMilt Court withNatural
/ K': OF HI ITTUB fly Janet' N Carter. U C
berry plant. That means a lot trouble. I age problem Is here In this Thls'place Is below the Na- : STATE: <>*' KIXKIOA! : To ((01"1"1'IAl.' SEAL
of work as somebody Is going r general area. He wants the, tural Bridge near High Sari'* Garage Jamea..n,,. unknown O McDnnlrl last/. known Kealn 2-20 4t 3-12' Gas
I: to nave to "mind the birds" While a start has been present level of Sampson Lake, Springs,which li incorrectly i AU. KINDS OrACTO address. ... follow. 1*. U. Ui\..x ,
during the next few weeks. lowered 18 Inches. He says the: labeled as,. the bottleneck AKPATk WOE' I gel Htark., KlnrMifVOIJ "-
made to
correct the condition
I ARK J IIKUICIir: NOTIriKD DEADSpanish
at least along the Water Oak present high level Is caused which causes flooding upstream All Work OuaranU4Gilbert ,' that a unit ban .liven filed For "care free;. "trouble free" heating:, cookingand
We had a few dry days last Creek the only solution will by the high culverts under the Thus If a canal was n.. 181.UNa. uicalnM. you In th. above unfilled like Natural
there's nothing
week and then cut at. the Natural fan no and you are here.by Moss Is water heating
Saturday be a complete watershed for Southern Railroad bridge over Bridge it ., Weth... lltan. rtttulred' to flU your An.
night a rain storm blew in off would throw water and it's economical too. It's instant it's
the entire Santa Fe :River Sampson canal. Yet If that Is even more wer with th. Clerk of thin Killed When Gas .
the Oulf and deposited a New River, and Suwannee done. It will result in all that. down the Santa Fe and CBUM !tJTO AflRVlCR: [thereof Court an.upon<1 to the.rv.Plaintiff a ropy or safe, it's clean and your supply is always there.
. bucket per square foot all over River section. Flood water in high water In Sampson Lake even more flooding in the I'lalnlirf .ttorn..,., whonnnam Sprayed By
l the section and now we're as the Lawtey section speeded being thrown Into the SantaFe Itchtucknee and Fort White S. Brown .and WKINBHKO address. '.. lat A.: WKIVKTKIN \VIOINMTKIW. :' -. FLORIDAPEST GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE
/ bogged down as before. In River. which will in turn area. ,
let Ml
Ueorica Street'
into New River will 'create
fact If we get lust about onemOI'1t a cause' flooding of New River Uadr oil Scrvle ...u.. ML ""II..lIn.., Florida,, not later CONTROLCALL STARKE NATURAL GAS
problem there and In._ turn I
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than the 31rd day of March
cupful of rain on our and the additional.backing up So a start will have to ba ATLAS 1t54. ,
I made at the mouth of the TEES A BArTKKtU: I If you fall to d... no, AecreePro 9 1.:1965: !) CITY HALL PHONE 964-2331
.. Suwannee River and work Cnnfommo. will h.l vntrrcilagalnat FREE ESTIMATES
Iuds" Term- Road Serrlo you for the relief da-
back from there. That is the i
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only way that we in Bradford
4.T N., T.rpto. Stark
I County,will solve our drainage

puddles problem.driveway.now Including standing the in Sam's big ,I, Service Hurst'Station i THIS IS ABOUT IT!



Ga 011. > Lubrication

Property SalesProperty Goodyear- INCIMUK Ttn A Battorl- .. I STARKE

r ROAD SERVICE ROBBINS (WORTH'S)
: sales so far this 706 a. Walnut Htarka 964-6111 FLA.
month are listed below. The .

J I prices on by property,the tax were stampson determined RADIATOR SHOPStrobo's 111 E. CALL STREET 'lT

1 1 the deeds that were recorded Garage I j
in Clerk of the Circuit RADIATOR 8IIOP I

1 Couht Charles Darby's office C1'U1N1p&1rPdN; !
Gottfried E. and Virginia A.Brande. Kadlatoro Cores
to Royce R. and Car- GENERAL AUTO I REPAIRS: !t
olyn Jean Joyner property in 9 .&- l'U.' Edwards Road
1I section 20, township 7 south, Marks, Flaw
CHERRYT range 22 east 13000. B. T.
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PIE and! Susie Thomas. to L. H.
and Alma Outlaw and D. L.
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and Seletta Thomas propertyIn ,
THE
f 1 section 34, township 7

GIVEN AWAY : THE south range 21 east 3000. i AND ARE NEARING THE END
WITH B. T. and Susie Thomas' to
1I L. II. and ,Alma Outlaw prop- CHRISTIRflSCIEflCE n

erty In section 24, township 7 Save in these Tremendous Washington's Birthday Bargains-Inventory has
south, range .21 east, 92.000

I' ;., I D T L.. and H. and Susie Alma!! Thomas Outlaw, propertyIn to B been further cut to make a clean swee p of All Merchandise at Once-.

section I 24. township 6

south range n east, $1,000 IflOflITORAccurate
L. II. ,a lid'Alma Outlaw to B SAVINGS UP TO
I T. and" Susie Thomas prop- 70 %
\ erty in section 24. township 7
'. south, range ,31 east 13.000 .
B. T. and Susie Thomas to SEE OUR TWO UN MENTIONED TABLES.
D. L. and Seletta Thomas
I I property in section'24. town-
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ship 7 south range 21 east.' Complete ,
New Or Renewal Subscriptions To The I U.000. 1/ewls B. and Live Earl One Table r.irl'a

4 to Cecil W and T Marl. Mc- News .
I section 7. SWEATERSI1ANLON
Murray property in
Bradford County. Telegraph On, Feb. 21, 22' township 7 south range 22 Coverage C
,, seat $18.800 Douglas and -
Dotty Baldwin to Francis J \... .; BULKY
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I and Artie Lriwarbrau.' ;'property!' ''seat Values to $3.95:>> ,
SUBSCRIBE .1 I In section 4, township 9 south
range 22'e/st/ 3000.
I Charles M. and Cynthia L.Bchmltt __ Ladies i CUT-- $184ANOTHER
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to DeWItt C. Jones

Now! Services Inc.* lots 2 and 4 Of

!Ir 1 block: 38 to of SUrkt.J. M.:$1,750.Johns Harriet addItion -- DRESSES BIG CUT ONGIRL"S

i and Morgan Richard. to

I A. P. Fulls, lot 2 of Lakeside I y_ S2 C M.IttI I11tM GIRLS COATS
,. i $3.800 ...... .,.so Values
to $12.95
CAR COATS
I 111. K. and Lots Ferryman to IaY ... 1M.I I .s. see
uo.. ,ONE YEAH-.,3.50 ,I 11. A. Bishop III. property InMctlon s./sr M era HtSae pee ,...... o
... U, township t south -w.... I M.... Now Cut To $3-$4-$5 $2 $3 -,$4
range 22 east $1,000 Floyd\ ,

t ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Own El..twttO.. as. attorney. Hitch.for Caroline Mrs M-t s..4a.MII6 .

.,. and E. A. lUney. Anice and $$2 00 AND $$3.00 .,
I C. H. Dittma and Inn Oirento .
I LraUT T. and Lucile M

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SENSATIONAL ON J. LADIESBLOUSES 1 00 1 CUT NOW $1.34

ECONOMY[ TO


NEW CHAMPION! KEKARDLSSS 1 Get! Your

OF COST Share CHILDRENS SHOES 1-2, PRICE

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L 25 MOBILE .'" MOBILE HOMES 64M i ii I MEN'S SHOESS381 TO $6.<"

i FOUNTAIN.PEN' I IOMV LADIES SKIRTS
HOMES ON OUR "
1 BOY'S SHIRTS, NOW 94

LOT TO CHOOSE 1.79 tthito.

They 88 C AND 134
COSTS lltt TO burl I BOY'S JACKETSNOW 2.00
i FROM _I. The Buy of The Year COSTS US TO WStl iai.,

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51xlOfCOACH .MM+"b$!b....
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SWEATERS NOWMEN'S $1.a .'
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For Anything PAY.MKNTS: AS LOW AS M9.00 "'.. I Ie..l

.PKK: MONTH-AFTER SMALL' : THESE Briers&Shorb

DO\\'N PAYMENT THE: $$1.44 AD $1.84 J2-50

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