Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County citizens Prison over the past 13 years haj uliiMdy IJc.a approv..1. pculent Telephone;:: Carpoiatlun -

were 'honored Tor outstanding Announcement of the Including one ijr Bradford ol Florida to conduct a.Ful'ey

service in varied awards and presentation 01placquss County. toward establishing\ t )

fields at the annual banquet
of the Stalks-Bradford: ; County : Sanders of radio stationWPXE. I by CC manner: p J. Novak : twi en Starke and; Keystone

Chamber of Commerce last ''I'' a member of the I ,, rc\l.nnl aeejmol'ih-' Height r ..

Saturday night. awards committee.The ments of the pas: ; yt1I''h1h;! :: Fo'.Iow.nn: : / the dinner which

State Sen. Charley! E. Johns special award to Sen. I lie aid are lea ll.iq lirudlord: :: was!: see: :! buffet style a humorous

received a special\ :: award for I J.hns was maJe by Ralph; ,I County alonj Uu road of I' talk wus given by W J.

his leaershlp and efforts in Upton of Lively Techi iul gress. He cited e.Uerulve "PIo-1,, I irUvl I Mltchurn. a former

behalf of Floiida'3 vocational School Tallahassee! 011 behalfof stiuotlon.! Injluliru more than, University of Floildi football

technical training<< prosram/ the:! Florida Vocational:: As- 100 new ri'ilUeiuos and a Player, and l public relations

approved at the 1905 legislative souliitijn He said that Sin nuiuber of cjmnvrclal 1 struc- I counsel.Ojtgulns].

session. Johns was a member of a select tiirts. !Incli*. lv: ? t the new mll- ; president: ? Sawyer

More than 200 persons attended legislative! committee: on / loll' dollar Holiday Inn with nn1:! :\In. Sawyer were presented $

this event In the vocational education that wa ; I its $12,000 monthly 'payroll. a handsome silver 1 __ A.' ..... ,
Staike Golf! & Club successful in obtaining a $16 j Novak alto\; reported! that as service in appreciation of
Country Ralph, I'pton (left) prpNCnts Kpcrlul, iiuard on behalf, of 1'1..rhll.II..n.. Service imuril' winners for the year 10(13( (from left): John A, Torotto;,
which also featured addresses million fund earmarkd for a direct:: result of chamber!: action services during the past year
al AsHoclntlon' to Srn. Charley K.: Johns ut (C'hanilx of ('..,nn"'rl'I'' banquet hood (imeminent; (iporV.| < Roberts. Community Service; Rev. R. E. Macliliiln -
by retiring chamber president new vocational technical ]| the Florida: Public! Service Following! the program,
Charles Sawyer, and: incoming training centers In the state. CcmmU'-ion' has n.it.iorizud: : )] dancing was enjoyed by mem- Saturday night. New. Chamber 1'revliltMit. n.lfllrll111"1111: (center) extriuUcongratulation H..I; l (t'ltl/.rnlii| ; anti l Dr. Florenceleaning*; Good Samaritan.

: president< Buford MitchellA Anton ald that> 20 centers both S >mthprn HE'1 I nn-1 I-i-'c- '. -i nnrl guests.P *.
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special award for outstanding 0

,-rvle, :presented: for -

the first time this year, wentto COUNTY

George W. Roberts, Jr.. a
Member of the Bradford: BRADFORD TELEGRAPH

County Commission and

chairman of the board in t ta

1965.The .
Good; Samaritan Award
wrnt to Dr. Florence Jen Official) Count Publication EslablMierl J879
nings. Bradford County Juve- .
nile counselor, for her work r VOLUME EIGHTY-SEVEN: ::-. sr.\KKK.{ n.oitin.t nnisiv:; .. .:n. s, HUM! NUMBER THIRTY-TWO

with the youth, and:: particularly

for her untiring effortsin I

Army's behalf summer of children.the!camp Salvation for underprivileged Free Toll] I i I For Hydrocarbons, SR-16 I II

John: A Torode, Starke To Keystone
businessman. received the r I

Good past service Government on many Award charitable for- Considered j County To $40,000

boar:-s. and:! especially for

his efforts Including a lawsuit A survey of customers In

to force the redistricting:! the affected areas is being

of Bradford County( ; commissioner conducted by Independent> Telephone More State Road MoniesJr.

districts and voting I Corporation of Florida

preclnts. II and the Southern Bell Co. to

Mrs. Anna Felo was given determine opinion on the establishment -

the Public: Health Award for I of toll free service The County Commission approved u revised resolution -

her efforts in between Starke and< Keystone -
establish County I I Tuesday calling for an additional $40,000 to Historical

Heights. CollegeTo complete improvements on the Hydrocarbon Road ,
Nurses Advisory Council, and two are con-
The companies
I service with the Bradford Prize Winning Judging Team ducing the survey at the request and for the purchase of right of way along SR 16.

County Hospital Auxiliary of the Florida Public Open The money i i.< drawn upon the county's secondary road Society
4-II Tom EdwArds. Emory Pi van Livestock judging not only I I
The Good Citizenship The Bradford County =l ) Service Commission which fund I

Award went to Rev. R. E. Livestock: Judging; team won Jr... Glen Pitch an1 I not pic- allows 4-H members to (gain I will make the final determination At the boiird meeting last I complicated by an jncertaln-

MacBlain of St. Mark's Epis- :"Irst place over 23 oth'r 4-H tuiedl I Steven Rosier. valuAble knowledge; In the selection as to whether free toll Sept. 28The month the eommlslHon adopted ty us to when nome of the OrganizedThe

copal Church, In recognitionof teams at the SoutheasternFat The team will represent the of animals and:! improved service will be established< or I u resolution requesting funds will be needed to purr.have

his guidance and counsel Stork Show In Ocala last county in the State 4-H Livestock project work but also new Santa Fe Junior $500,000 for the overall road ( a site for the proposednew initial meeting to organize -

without remuneration, to inmates Saturday. Members of the Jud' Ins< Contf-t to be serves as a tool to teach leadership not.Cards are being mailed/ today College will open Its doors on program. Total cost of the courthouse.The long needed Bradford

of the Florida State enm plcturad above: are held at the Florida State Fair riUzenshrp) and sportsmanship ; to ITC customer In September 28 for orientationand pl'oj..clt\ : estimated al $46,. funds hud been deposIted County Historical Society was

I from left 1 : Walter Prevatt. In Tampa on Frl.lny.: Feb. 11. Starke and Southern Dell 'cus registration of its first 000. temporarily last mont I L held Tuesday afternoon In the

Oranges SpilledIn tomers in Keystone: Height? Students. Temporary quarters Bids were received! during In the Community Bank at r II I courthouse.

uniting them to chock a ic- will be in the present Buch- the meeting from two local 31-2 per cent rate and th I Elected by those attendingthe

Collision; Nurse Elected Mercury In TeensCrippling turn card indicating approvalor holz Junior HUh School on banks on interest rates to be matter came up for discussion meeting to serve as tem-

No One II disapproval of the proponed University Avenue in Oalnosvilla. paid on y03OOO! derived from, when Chairman Johns announced porary officers in the newly

Injured North All-Star free toll service< The onrdushould \ the stile of revenue ccrtlllcates Tuesday that the formed society were: County
Freeze be returned as soon aupo.salBle. pledging) the county's share rate had 1 been increased to 3.73 Judge T. A. Yawn, president; I
If you like oranges you I According to Dr Joseph
: of race track Income for construction Commissioner SSertra/ Hamilton Telegraph publisher E. I*
missed' a chance to grab your- Coach Fordyce: president of the new
Squad I
I The proposed added< cost of a new courthouse.< sale), "I think we oughtto Matthews, vice president;
self a sack full early Wednes- !chool, first classe.ss will be- ,
per customer for the proposed I When contacted by tele- give the other bank a :Mrs. Fremont Tolles secretary -
day when a semi-truck loaded :yin October 3, (..dll J' Durrm-
Coach David Hurso.( who free toll service would be phone by Chaliman, Jerome chiince to bid on it," and was ;: and Bradford High
with crates of Florida's famous ber 1C far; the first term of Its .
i tutored the 1965 Tornado Damages Crops not lens than 20 cents nor Around Johns, the Community State,; bucked up by Commissioner School supervlailng principalC. /
citrus was Involved In anact'ldcnt vpnr-roimrt:! operation.
gildders to a perfect 12-0 rec- mote than 30 cents on residence to Bank entered a bid of four Jeoige Roberts. who said tha M. Clark treasurer.
which 750 students are expected
ord and the Class! A state phones and< not less per cent with Interest" compounded board should l ohtnin the bout,. Purpose of the group will be
An the first term. /
fruit over the roadway. register! for
championship has been elected Temperatures! that clipped well below the 20 detree 1 than' 25: cent nor more than qu.titerly unit no retilotions ntercst rate possible to research and present the
said deputy
eyewitness one the school willopen
bv fellow coaches to guide mark here Sunday and Monday Met Bradford :liO cents on business phones on withdrawn!: Johns protested! switching history of Bradford County,
who arrived on the scene! ; with Just a freshman
the North squad: this summerIn \ The free toll service would Florida )Junk at Starku bid IIIe funds, saying the money as well as to collect and cllsi
shortly after the mishap occurred County's strawberry crop back another five or class, or will have both freshman -
high the
the annual state necessitate the constructionof 4,25 per cent compounded lad already been reinvested, play artifacts typical I Iarea.
must be a "real orange weeks but failed to seriously damage the bumper and clashes
( crop sophomore: :
school all-star contest. a new cable between seml-anmially on time deposits but Roberts declared: "Thl .
lover." The Bradford:! High mentor of winter trreenn. I I stone Heights/ and new leY'1 the first year will be determined of nix months duration, or matter has been very poorly Judge Yawn, who presided I

According to tha
dent report, the mishap miles southof occurred led Bonlfay to a 12-0 record day morning' survey of the Cecil Crawford, who has ITC's share of this> dyce said. posits with no time restric hat we'd Ret the same Interest the need for farming r such.a I

some seven and the state Class B champ- situation caused them to pro- been growing collards in the expense' would be around The college! is presently tions. rate but now we find we society and said that numerous .

Starke around when:! 1 a.1954 m. lon. hi! >. Coach Bobby Carltonof claim an almost total loss of Lawtey Area for 25 years, says $coono.) ,, conducting t.uiv-.vs( in Bradford -)! After a lengthy discussion, ,ouUI get a better one." conversations he had has ,

Wednesday a north the Class AA state champ- winter green, had revised' this is the longest below freez- Free toll service between and Alachua county the board ,decided to neck an Hamilton's motion that bids with many local persons indict

Mack truck being driven Ions from Miami High has! al- their estimate ot damage by ing period! that he remembers I Slnrke. and I Keystone: Heights high/: .schools: to get an opinion from the State Audi hI leccivud from both banks cated a strong support for the

on U.of S. Jacksonville 301 by C. O., Heaton collided: ready been named to guide Wednesday limiting! It to less during that time. him been a project of the mate on how, many e.'ltl-I I torte! office'" before making u was carried, organization of a county his-
with, laden 19 an orange
Mack semi which the driver I The annual Florida High Collars;! came through the fContlmied on Pure Twol! Chamber of Commerce I Continued! on Pa, 'p Two) Judge Yawn said he would

cold with little damage Coun his. time for the necessary
School All-star classic will be donate
Redmond, 48. of VaMco.
C. H.
had parked facing north with I played this summer, August 6. ty Agent O. T.. Husglns resumed said State Dept. Verdict I legal work In writing/
and grownhad: and article
Florida Field charter by-laws
its left side still on the paved at Gainesville's
Coaches and players will report harvesting! by Wednesday! of Incorporation for the
portion of the highway.Theie
Injuries except thrre July 28. Rivln t the I Mustard was more seriously group: Ben Wills commercial
were no
hurt Huzglns' :.ald. but !::row- j Site of WPXE said the loal -
for the oranges, the loss teams 10 days of practice the BHS Out As Tech School manager
of which was estimated at I !longest sessions yet for theallstar ors were In a more: optimistic; I radio station would paY(
frame of mind as the severe
charge In
$600. performers. necessary con-j! :
cold lifted Tuesday and the
with recording Ul4
Redmond was charged with Coach Hurse says he will nectlon
sun came out main. I Tallahassee It 'was
parkin; on the highwayCommission \\tse two members of his own choice could be charter
"The first pl-e 'Ictlon! about Ono down, two to go. Ing .>ltes! The Will' agreed! that the society would
line coaches Tony Dr. Hartz
RHS staff, .strawberries!! holds) however fc'riiool: Superintendent Tom mad at the board meetingen '- ,i be Incorpoorated as a non
Sets Griffith and Mike Sexton, as'us ," Huiczlns; said. "It alP Casey announced Thursday (i Fcbiuary 8, I I Conclude Family profit organization and that
for the all-star I
Special Meeting I hP five or /six weeks before a that th> number:! of acceptable! I The hinh school site wa. I those present would be listedas
name. Hurse will also get to the State Depart- Life Week FridayDr
new crop appca.-i: Practically I /sites for the new Bradford- j rued! out bv 4 subscribers to the copora-
t On Road ProgramA name seven players to bring I all exposed bloom and berrieswere Union County Vocational ment ol Education because of } t. K w u 1al uy ao 1,. tlon and as charter membersof
his squad up taming to th
wiped out by the Sunday Technical Center had been regulations pet the
I special!! 1 meeting of the 30 players. He may name and :Monday frce/ s. reduced to two. use of hither education bond I ., of marriage and family living
that the !society -
County Commission will beheld weral players from his own Of the $325.000 alloc- Unlveristy. It was agreed
Htiiains: said there was also mon-y. at Florida State
Casey said he was told:! in a board of directors
would have
Hiah champs to playon \
Feb. 8, Chair- : for the
Tuesday severe loss In tobacco seedbeds conversation Thursday ated last December will conclude his week of fam- ,
phone of nine
Jerome Johns announcedat his squad.!! of the training consisting
man where sed had: neiTnln- first phase counseling In
with Dr. Charles E. 1{ famlly life four
the board's regular meeting BH3 rnl Fiche'! rvwr h'! chl'e-cloth. See-' morning facility $156.720 Is slate members. including the
"fed under I of the State Department ; at a Joint with
Chick County
If : Bradford regular officers
college 9'
play :
Tuesday. who has !'uncd' to -dtnrter pH.ctlc came money made available I
I I of Education, that theproposed meeting of all wom- five other members of the soc
Purpose of the meeting is ball with Georgia Tech t'+ror i in good.hope, the Bradford High through; the higher education luncheon
to consider the county's sec- was elected to the Class A county agent reported. I I : ban:! Issue and the surplus ""11' church and civic groupsat iety.The
School site: for the nsw:! center I
ondary road' building program All-Stat squad by area coaches : The official front warning I I consider- collection bond issue. The remaining noon Friday. The luncheonwill next meeting; of the

( Johns said. and Is certain to have: a station located on the Bradford I i ation was definitely If higher out of education $108.280 IH federal' I STRIKES-r ''it8IRTh be held in the First Methodist historical society Is scheduled
chance to play In the content. Countv Hospital grounds any I money obtained through the : for :March 1 at 4 p. m In the
theproject. : hall,
bond was used on Church fellowship
I I| money
charter -
SE; !K; recorded a low of 20.5 degrees Voctttljnal Educational Act of OERm courtroom. The society's (
I .
I : and will be $1 per person.Representatives anj:! by-laws will be Sunday: morning.! and I 18Monday. 1903.I '
AaA .
OperationTeenager Bradford FFA The elimination of the urea x-e 1 of all wom- Pace Two!
: : Tuesday's low was Immediatrly I: adjacent to the I Casi-y! priln'i! d out that the! rJ on

Judging TeamsSix 30.The I, high school brIngs to two the I site fliialh! Mlected, may not en's groups; In the county are

BUS Auditorium Camp Blan-limy: : station i number of stir: termed acceptable be actually: purchased until Invited to attend. Treatment Plant

Friday Feb. 4 boys were named to the reported! a low of 20 for Sunday :i bv a three man survey after July' 1 1. He explainedthat I Bowling Tourney Nets $103 During the week Dr. Hartz Dedication Set
and Monday and 36 this was because all of has, addressed' some 20
FFA Chapter's dairy the State Department -
Bradford! team from
9:13:; & 10:20 A.M.Also : I
: I and livestock judging teamsto I Tuesday.!' I : of Education, head- the funds for the county's II I For Dimes Drive groups: in the county Including Saturday, 10 A.M.
compete at the Florida I There were unofficial reports ed bv Dr. Chick which inspected I vocational projects were fund- schools churches and I I II

J PINE: LEVEL State Fair In Tampa this I of lower temperatures in I a number of proposedsites ; ed for the upcoming fiscal I Gene. Ilahiirn unci1.1)l ; Hrummett winner of the March: PTA organizations. He addressed Dedication ceremonies for
BAPTIST CIIUKCH weekend. I the area with the lowest In the county on January I year. Construction on the the Children's Com- I Starke's new J500.000 sewer-

Sat.. Feb. 5 Vernon Knight, a senior I mark, 15 degrees, tying recor- 19. At that time three sites tralnlnir'crnter could not start of tined mixed .double. bowling tournamentdisplay the Miller mittee at noon Monday the | nee treatment plant will beheld [
at L. after July 1 for the same trophies they rpcrl\ril. lust Siitnnliiy night. The toiinniment breakfast Feb S. at to a,
7:30: P.M.: and James Griffls and Roy : ded on a thermometer were termed acceptable by the until Clvltan Club at Saturday
Knlirht both sophomores, are B. Alvarez Service Station team. The high school site; reason he added vial one of Mrriil runts hold, to ruU money fur the i Tuesday and the Rotary I m. at the plant on South.

Contributed members of the Dairy Judging early Monday morning.! Other I the airport property owned: by But Casey! said he was going I local. :M.inh nf Dime iiinp.ilgn' fund. One and KtMjn'M: i Club at Its luncheon meeting !1 Orange' St. Congressman: Billy

This Space Team. John Odom. chapter unofficial ports of 17 and 19 i Lacy Conway off Orange St.; to try to have ready all I winning total. wan. 1 Inn) In addition. to the trophies they ulso Wednesday. Dr. Hartz also I Matthews will be the main

Weekly (to Publicize president and a senior. Ronnie I were received In the area. I and: the Pratt St. property; of the necessary plans and If ri'..."'l\ril first pure prl,.. money' of SI.:: :7.5.:: Second pi.ten winners I conducted a family life conference I speaker.

Cpmmiinitjr Brents by junior, and With the cold wave movingIn I of A. J. Thomas and Guy Andrews possible to have: even the bids Ilarliind mill, Itettln S iprniv| reeel\ed. MiM.V:: : Third place at a Joint PTA meeting I The public Is Invited. Representatives
The CommunityState a shortly after midnight! Saturday selected by the first of July I Tuesday night and met I i of the city's engineering -
freshman were )I money of $'!.SI"> went to (;llidjH: TIHU and huh !lrILI.'cor.l. :: firm. Reynolds.
John Lee a in almost
with student
:! and not relenting: until Casey said the county so that construction on the groups
Bank I Ing to (hrl-i Porker campaign fund. chairman. tlie I ti>urnaiiiontruloml I and the City
I | school in the county Smith and Hills
named to the Livestock Judging late Monday 36 hours of below school board will probably) center could begin without every I
Team. freezing! temperatures were choose one of the two remain-,j' delay! 9103.50.) during the week: I Council will bo hosts.


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:Mi and :Mrs. T. H. Shade I Asks I ncd subdivision. I \pioKrmn for students wolna to I cover must of Aluuhuu and Historical I Weeks Wilson and Ecu Will i
County deferred college after i Bradford counties if the demands 1 I Any Interested' ij.. in1vilcd
I lull c 1 as ,!iu"sts on their boat at' The commission a four-year ) person
: Ocean: ni-ef., Mr. and Mrs.I action on the request pending graduation! : an occupationally :: warrants, according; tu I I to attend the soclctM'sl( :

.wGLADYS CUM Jones of Wlnlpeg Can- $40,000 MoreIn re-submission of the sub jivis- oriented program; a)1'0- Dr. Fordyce. Society 5' next meeting\ at 4 p. m. Marcia:

nJn Mi'.s. Oii-ssle Spears of Ion ptatt showIng( the rocommendet grain of continuing education The college's present location ''I'II 1.': In the courtroom.

Bakei'field.:! Calif. and Mr. Road Funds : modiflra'lV' and lor the community citizens: is only temporary' until |i Organized

MOOTY and Mrs. B. H Stallwoith of changes find the needed survey extensive guidance: and student a suitable construction site Cold Spell

:Monroevitle. Ala. for a few (Continued From Page; One)JA to determine the right of personnel walk: and a | can be picked: and approved' I Continued From Pane! One]

t'iqrni! to Lucaynn Bench in the Ba- low bid from Slnclilr RelinIng In other action the' board: hated services. will be $75 per term for 'I mlttcd to the mcmbcrsj far, Crops
Co. of 20.09 cents on Alachua and Bradford students approval: : at that timeAttending ,
for the sprlnnN for a
hama Islands Approved a
has LH-'II
Leo Chumpion! / i I"- .1 uny! of JiickHun- i I
oclvlnt tieatment at the UnIversity \ .II,' wns home fur the wuek- L. P. 0 A. board meeting gas, 11.no rents on diesel fuel, new IBM electric typ.'I'llel'rol' "The university parallel slightly higher for other Tucyday's meet-i': I Continued from Page Onct t tI

Medirnl Center on on Jan 31 to Feb. 3Mi. and' 12.tCC'tH: r.jr ItoitMencWHS the office: of the circuit curilculum' will allow students I, students and a probable hike I! ind were' : Pete Novak, C. M. I

four severely cut fingers' on end.Mr.. and Mrs. l.ol1Voo.ls\ '. mid :Mrs. Closby Daw- '.acceptril The txiiud. for naked the. cranIngyeai. load: : fudge: at a cost. of $424. sine. to trail *fer almost a.i.vwhere I I of $100 for out-of-&late tu- ', Clark. A. J. :Mercer.\ J. F. was winter Florida's storm that share of thrnshcd a wild(

fig left hand which lie received und family of Live Oak spent kins ol Jacksonville: : werTtiesd.iy Foreman R. K:. lanes tu write only $45: was offeted for th11 in the nation: and:! complete :I dents. Blooclworth. A. J. Thomasi the Eastern! Seaboard brlnj-!
luncheon guests of old typewriter on trade the their bachelor d'Kicc( ( In two i SI' Dr. F. E Xlillinirer. Mrs.
while :
last Thursday the weekend with Mi. and : I I11' the oil nboiit furnIxhin The junior) college has already i trig: the deep-ot snows of tilt-
woiking with an electric hand MI'''. J. S. Woods.Mrs. :\ and: :Mrs. W. H. Nollmaii company ''loard:: ifclded:: to have it ienatred additional years" FOI'dyce,' I I frcmont; Tolles. Mrs. W. E.
!*; tho county the muiiitenanco been accepted for mrm- I I I Century to parts of the SouthTho ::
also had asvlsitol's to are. Rlc!. Dow ling :Mrs.' E. S. Sanders
.aw. Pearl' Coition ol Urook- The Mollmans : u."e as a liP !
I 1d. coldest spot In the South'was
equlpme.Mt nel"< <
Harold God. last Thursday afternoon Denied a request from J. "FloiIda's Junior colleges ber&hip In the Amcilcan Assoi Mrs. Gladys :M. Ayer, Mrs. W
Chris Pili ker, 1 e.r and I1is. L. W. :IIllIlInd; Chairman Johns, ,referringto at Mount Mitchell N, C,,
: win, James Williams, Frank ot Wildwood wore wi-okond .Mi and "Mrs. W. F nay Hall geologist consultant have developed an outstandingtrend i I .elation of Junior Colleges J. Epperson. E. L. Maflliewcs ,
29 below
a previous dlicussio' : at a I which ha ] a low of
Williams. Randy Johns. and j guests of 101.... W. H. Hart and Swlnyei of Keystone HeiRhts.Air special meting: of the board< to make' : phosphate test drill- I In :developing! good policies and has been put on a status Sam McGarvpy.;\ Tom KIn:; i zero Sunday morning.: Atlanta

Billy Alvarez attended the' Mrs. Edith Chrlstill.',.." *. Mrs.[ and Mrs Keith ailllnK- I Tuesday: night J I>in. 25 HUg.I lags nloni county roads. for matriculation and of "correspondent." by the'- :Mrs. Mlra\ Dai by Peek. Mis recorded a three below zero to

Jaycee caucus In Lake City Hart was conUned will- vliua& ham and daughter of Jackson- ,... Approved the deputy sheriff trnmferrlnz schools. We planto Southern Florence, B. Blown Mrs. 0 reading
I (grated the ( .m.1UOlof n cttIren.s Association of Secondary I I equal the coldest since
Saturd.iy.Mr. \ the first of the wch.air. ville arc vIsiting/ Mr. and Mrs I bonds of Ralph Williams, Ash- use these same guidelines
committee to Hvestignte: Schools and L. Haynes. Mrs A. N. Holli- 1897. The wave swept on ai
nnd Mrs. Billy Harrington l nnd :Mrs./ V. /. HIIS.CI, Guy Sale. this week ley Brown Jr.. and Dolph Red- ml develop' our curriculum to t : Colleges.
nnd daughter of Jacksonville -i ucre in Tlfton. On. 0t'.E'" Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Barks-! .tho county'a delinquency Increasing! problem.: juvenile :tilsh.\ be to the advantage of the S i\ I 1SASSC1.r J.t J. day. :Mrs> Edward Burns, Mrs I far south as Miami where the

were visiting, Mrs. Gladys weekend visiting :Mi and Mrs.' ale and family spent Mondayto Johns said the committee' Reviewed a report from the Indent who wants to transfer I E. K. Peirymnn. Mrs., Den mercurv dropped .to 32.

Harrington; Sunday. i I :Max! Furlong and fURl""':,'. Friday of lait week In Gat- would look Into possible! new "titc\ Department of Corrections to a &tat3 t university or r ,.-:.- ..;L.-'_
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Pvt. Lnmnl'Villilims Their grnndilaughte'*, Debra Ihibui'R.: Tenn and the Smoky approaches to the pioblcm and on a recent inspection some other /school. :'::;;r"j.::: : ; =--

home on 12 days leave from i I Furlong returned with thorn Mountains to see the snow. mentioned a phainplilet pub- 'I of 'the county Jail. TECHNOLOGYDr.

Fort Ben-liner and will report' for a work's visit and Is .,.ilsovlaitinjf Glen Conner of Orlandowas I I Halted by the Department of Received a letter from the Fordyce said the occupational -
.1 J.k.son, S. C. on Feb. .1. W. Mr. I Public Defender's office stating technology
.I l Fort Mr. and :Mia. visiting/:: his \parents Health, Education: and Welfare -I program(
Mon- the an-! functions Is slated for the developmentin
12. Furlong.Mr. and: :\h'lI. Leon Conner dealing with tho subject.The. purpose :
Mi I I ,ind. :Mrs' Heibn.t I Civ i \ nnd :Mrs.. Keith Reeves dnv and Tuesday i iMI' board unanimously a. of the Public Defender pro three areas: healthrelatedfields

and t u,iih' :'iitl V.iI.. tl. I and son of Winter' PiirU spent and Mrs.: A H. Harlev': greed with the suggestion. I gram. which Include a two I
Fields, \isiled\! SIt' !P'r. ','an. I''., ( lie weekend with :Mr. and ,7were, in :Meirltt Island | After discussing the possibility Approved a contract for the year registered nursing protrrnm. -

\pr1: < UK''I i Ml un runiKail 'II '. N. Woorllmrn.( ) The over the weekend visiting: :Mr of some funds expenditure of secondary road technicians \programs In ,
I H. lol] iwi ,n, :n'-i'B-'! WnodburiM also hid. ns Sun inl: Mrs H.irley III and fernily to Implement the study program funds to obtain right/ of way mental health anJ,] physicians' ,I I

hater oi the Lllh.i.in Uospiiilut day vtHlliH'- Mr. und Mrs. Ken the board deferred! action -\ on the Lincoln City Road. assistants: enalneerlnq! related t

St. Miiy's.: On.. nnd bro- Reese! of Gainesville.Mrs. :Mr\ and :Mrs Bill :Mornr on the .suggestion to give Approved>t> a resolution asking programs: In the fields of I

ther-in-law\' of Dr. .f. W. Nelson Green' of Slut'kinnd and chll-lrcn of Punnma Citvweie i' Johns. time to consult with I the State Road: D>pnrtment architectural' and other types II
of SfirUo; : hris l-.con 1I1'stozolll' SiliiH. of fee and
Hrownlee .Isitini liei piurnts. Mr prospective members of the to purchase Mmple of drafting, surveyIng en- I
elected president, of tile So'ith- J l.nke City attended tho We.s- an | Mrs II. A. Lawson, over i proposed committee. all barrow: pits having to da: oineeiinq! : assistants; and busi I

Eastern!!! Director'Coumll) atthe. leynn Service Oiilld 1 planning the weekend. I I1 In a related matter the I with the county's secondary nessrelated fields Including

Georgin Hospital Assoi-li- cunfercnuc In Orlando on Sat- :\1,'. and :Mrs' John F. Mn- board received a latter from road. secretarial Junior\ executive I I

tion ut n meeting on St. Si ,urday.Mr. this of Setorlru vl"lt : County Attorney Gene Shaw, I Reviewed the financial reports level nnd small business establishments -I
d11'11'1 j
mon's Isl.mil recently. The : Htul\ :\111.... Goorife/ Flynn Curtis Lee over the stating Florida law for the offices of Tax programs. '

council is the larReat\ of the ,1 II'. nnd\ family% went to Atlnn- and also visited Mr. 1jt In |I II ing the sale of be.er ."regulat'l Collector. J. R. Kelly and Tax CONTINUING"Continuing '

live uoimcilH in the StuU1.leprcsejiliiij I I lu (Ua. over the \\oekencl tovlit I the Biadford, County Hospital. holiu: beverages and Assessor Gene Lou?. : education pro-I

\ : ::12 hn"pltlls :\'1r. nnii' Slr l ''. Huston :\lI k'I Local, I :admittances to Bradford ties for violations. Shaw saidin i Disu.scd the Kirby Crews grams will\ Include: credit and I

Mr and Mis. Ray Drookinnjiml I' I (:Inn: !!. Tin v '11 1o \\ ent "'I to County Hospital this the letter that it is! unlawful Road. non-credit programs for cultural -I

children of BiMWorl. S. Die Smoky, Mountain! to .m-i-, week, includeKinpst) : : F.Iiner': to sell beer or to allow alcohollc ':' Til" rommls'-lin was vlsiter: enrichment and vocational -

C. spent the wei-keirt, : with, the .HHOU and (lilfoid) I V. Arnold] of Lake I I beverages/ to be .conI during Its morning session by advancement," Dr
their purenls.!! Ml. anti Mr-.. I1nial( :\11'.. U'.ill I llulicU* Bntlei.; :Mrs. Ncnlie: Hich. I sumed In public places after !I Imlilnlfrht. members of a ninth I'Aete'Iv' Fordyce' explained.He .

t:. C. Dulles in SU: :'kc. ami I 1 mid\ family ..ii It"'001,'" the CII'- John L'uiiMd.! Flunk Hanilga, : The letter wag I lei clnss (!rain Brnrlford Jun I said programs are planned -
Mr. and, .\1.i .. Hiciu'clns: Si. I trI I M i us In Ja,'ksunv I lie Snnrlav: a f- and .Toit'pli A. Stein of Keystone ferrcd to the sheriff's office. I! lor Hlh School under\ th" "UI-\\ In prepmIng students who

I Hampton.Mrs.I ternoon.Mrs. Heights.' : :\1 I'M. RfliBoatwright ) >. dance of their tenchers. ') I have no hUh school diploma
.I L Stilh, and <1'1111 l lren Rand.il I F. C'hllly I I amiL I II of Lawtey: Kathy I Mrs. Ruth Flannagan, Executive Silt Smith and :Mrs. Sandra for the General Equivalency

.of iMo-l.i., G'p'n''L rhlldieti., \ Randy and SnndiiI : Smith of Hampton : BeiryDyal | Director of the 1)uvalCounty I i Sanders. I I Diploma tests and those students -

the! w"'k.'n,111, l )II I IHM,. l piHntsMr. I i oiti.scand. \.fi ii. E. D. Tenly ] Sr' and Mrs. Mary E. Welfare office appeared !i :I who need courses for I
| to explain H !statewide!!
and Mi" I. I*' "' ikitinnd -. 4i! \\ iiiin Atlanta last week Lewis or Graham ; Alvte W. vocational advancement.
,ill i IM t 11'1' i i i .. i"Bros 1 NituiK, )\ ;Mrs Tenly'H biothei Wilson of Glen St. M.iry. ; | study of county welfare exi Jr. College COMIUNITSEnVICE

Cm, ii In Ja 1 > konIlle ',v. It. Walters, who IM serlous- Woodrow C. Lester of Hawthorne i I penditurca. She told the com-! \1 : I
gal urdai i "' .\i""''i,' )Iv ill in T'mmy: lloHpltnl and ; James H. Kent of Ral- I mission that the purpose of To Open Santa's Fe's comnrmity\ services HOW SOON CAN YOU START BUILDING?
the current study was to determIne -, promam: will centcl'Al'ound !
._ Mi"' anti Mis Sidney,\ ..JohnsonI ford 1;: Mrs. Ida C. Whitehead I I and
cultural events
the amount spent by I
Mis I ChIlly I and children flew of 1\1..II'olle Kenneth: L CII r'- (Continued from Page!: One!II *
li'iimVCMIK,, .| > "JnllCht and I t.i.Mr: '''. Elizabeth, Nil MworI each county! for we'lfaro and i conferences about area. so1ernment That happy day when you can start construction of a

-- FLORgDATHEATRE :Mi i, <. Ti-nlv "iettii nell SuiKl.iy..Mi i thv. :\Mrs Pauline HnrrU, relief programs and said tho class next fall. Present plans and problems, the 1 I
: i'. anll11": [llerbeitThoniiiH I Frank Dlll'k"r.II'M.: Fern study vas sponsored by the I call for a four-term school educator sai.1 home of your own'may come a lot sooner than you

nnd, ilaURhter. I Kathleen Wells. Linda G.iskins. Lewis State Association of County year comprIsed, of equal terms "Santa Fe Junior College! l I' ,S now think! We have brought "home owning time"

were in Kast: I'alatka i :Mimbs :\11.... Louise Newman Commissioners. for yeir-round activity. the first attempt to brlnst:, I
:undiv. visiting Mr. and, :<.11.... :Mrs Catherine. Green. Timothy The board, selected" Mrs. Bet- Open Door Policy higher education to the peo- I closer for many people just like yourself.. Look into! a

Kii-d Leilc and Mrs. K.ith-: Bryan and Samuel J. ty Bennett of the Civil Defense I Santa Fe will have an "open ple of Gainesville and surrounding -. convenient' low-cost Home Loan which\ can
Showtime- -"-Wv.eUda 7 It "n Oovthp.Mr. nl'a' <1y. all of RtiirkeMr Office which\ has charge door admission policy with all areas Dr. Fordyce repay

Sunday 3:00.: Saturday 1 I i ii nil Mr,*. William I i and :Mrs/ Dick Sloffer-. I of the county's commodity I'loItulentshD! : hai.e a high said. "Santa Fe's purpose Is to ; "just like rent. Down nnyments!' and monthly payments

Whichello of Belleville, :Mith.at man of Tampa' the formeiI program to attend a meeting I school: education or equlval- I bring higher education to
will be
YOUR needs I
rived Tuesday for a week's I :Martha Landrtim of Starke, of the welfare study group in ','ent. ell-rihls for a mI8,lon. I Bradford! and Alachua coun- I geared to

Wed.. Thtirs.. Fri. Sat. visit with :Mr nnd :Mrs.[ R. 10:. have, moved to Petersburg, :, Va,, Orlando Feb. 1112. "Certain programs will ties.

Feb. 2. :M. I. 5 Firth.Mrs.! :Mi, and Mrs. Linton TaylOI :Mrs. Lillian Shade presented have restrictive admissions as "The University of Flollda

; Kflle; Johns. had as Sun- Jr., of Jacksonville were visitin a petition signed by 83 residents the curriculum develops." Dr.i I emphasizes its program<: on the ; ,4i: : ;

il.iv '.1111101.... :Mi. and, MIH' 1 >r Mr. and Mrs.I Merritt Williams I.- of the Carl Johns Road i Fordyce explained. whole state and much. of Its Savings and Loan Association

When this / 4eJ'teligible I Ilairv' Wilson of Jacksonville. on Surulnv. asking that the road be con- I Applications be avall-I program Is devoted to re- I '

k ::1.11'. ''. Edward Burns and :Miss Lillian. Stump IInd sldeied for paving and said i nfole by March 1 to all of the search. At Santa Fe. our emphasis : ; Of Starke

F.B.I. marZ :.Mrs. W. B. SrogKins attemlid :Mrs. A. S. Hairison, attended( that it Is much traveled and I I two counties' high:; school I I will bo on reaching and::! ,

l the staff mcetlnR oi!' the the style show Atlanta.. Ga. badly neglected. seniors and other Interested! helping the community with ;I Q V 21S. North Temple" Ave :- ,Phone "?),,,1.0:>.00..

S.mtn Ki Reftion.il I.lhi\ u uv i In t troni" Sunday to Tuesday. Johns told Mrs Slade that per sons. The college's catalog:; its problems. 1 ;

I :aln".vll1eVellnl..da, : Dilly Torode of Jacksonville I i the request would be! consider-! | and course offerings for the I I "Our faculty will be com-I I

) tosis :MI'4.. Hoy Wniri of I akiCitr, :. and son. Jeff! Torode of (Unln-' i cd at a special meeting of the year will be announced! during I I pilsed: of those teachers' who I II I
lThercat ,' \'lIle spent Sunday with Mr. I| commission Tuesday Feb. 8. the summer dedicated to and have i II It
Hi1 1 her mother Mi S. I. | are as I Does Make A Difference WHERE You Save!
ind MrsV.. l Toiode.
) through ; reek sr., Tuesday. E. I Commissioner George Rob- Santa Fe Junior College will thel: fh .t Interests the teaching !
:Mrs. 1.lI'lon LindipiiHt. "fVakullii j erie' presented a report to the stress' five different programs field.! Dr F 'irdyce "aid. :
JoeVi'lon Inti11'1':
tfl VirginIa MI-H! Smith att 'ailed( th \ Ho.ich, und dens! Allen board on Improvements that when Its curriculum U fully nt's ES: Iii :st; Federal Will Continue: To Pay The HIGHEST(; : Dividend !Hate Con-

his yard t 'cld'iiA: '! of u nlej--;o. MIOll.i, of Stiirke arc patients in have been made, on several | operational. These P1'0J1'I1m. Santa Fc ,> HclMls nil! plan L.I Istent With SOUND( ; MANAGEMENT.ALONE :" ( : It
the chase
: the I Home. ,
St.nkiNursing: county roiida In addition
to ____
i Include: university parallel a school b'Ji hrdula that will
I IJfll\ :Mindurk. t'> .Im: RvdiIn -- ....
leads w :Mr and Mrs. Henry Slefnnilll regular, maintenance. Thosewcrei 7JLR ======-=== __ _== === =::==--==-= .::::= _-=-====-=--
'* Miami: "ill Jii'i'i :!. Ml- -- -
and :Mr. IIndh.lt.: .
I Raymond : .ioentioneJ the ParadiSv I
_- Wilson nKti i i-ic! Mr! ,
Stefanelll attended 5 U U US I SS .
4' a Lake load: the road behind IIISUUSIISI.I.
\1r.1O. ',jive nentiiti I t In Oj'liF1l '- the d
I ( 'IlIon lionorintf Will Keystone Club Estates:
k, tothis | / ; theSilver .
.' () Ijplon" i 11'11111,111' homo .infers in the Fine Arts i
: cool Luke load: the Thcrcs*
kitten isi Sltul'da'W HuiMiriK in Tampa on Sundayat as road: and, the Sampson
and the which Raymond's painting Lake road.County 50 years of craflsmansfirp developexl this

won honorable mention. Raymond -'- mattress for comfort and durability
Kxtenston;) -
I FUN STARTS FLYIH'I! is a graduate Mtmlcnt. at Agent -
30D U.: of F.Mr commission George Huggins to consider asked constructing the _: : with these quality features:

: and: 1 :\tl''''. John Robnett --- -
an agricultural center LIMITED
'f "',wlfh'. Io."re, Tuesi.v and ', -- -S C.mort.ffumwtIu, _
office \building. Hug- -
: IUE-N! I. nv'i'night. guests of Mrs. ] gins; suggested th.it the Sta teFal'mer's -- Support .f .<..<
: I II Field.s.Mr o FF ER .
:Market area
was _
: ami Mrs.. George: Dover .- __ ; :,_, 't'. Httyy 8 ot eovrQulUtd
an location -
Open 7:00 for such acenter -- ; -' ,
i:id family and Mr. and :Mri. _,"' 'dI
..I.( Ap Show Timo 7:15; : I ;) !. I'. Dover of ItibhlnsT., Minn.if i i J nnd the becnusc convenience of ample it space ouidaffopt I| I ,Si' \ brdesc7"1attress

ADMISSIONFultx I 'v'.tlnCh.! : : F. I F. Flume I \
.. l to firmcrs visiting the
.. \, 73g.; :flturtents! GOt ml, :Mr nnd. Mrs. R. A, (lol.n maiket.Tllustrmatiig. ] Hand ai ui J.

.. Children Under 1 1'2 Free while enroute tu' Fort' ,.
.. I aiiilciii.ile\ for the lemalnder ; his request! ?
I Muggins showed the hoard i '
JECFINhCQLORa t lho winter.Sceiiff a |
., l1U.'J. .. SI :V: and :Mrs.. P. D. Rei-:! sketch which located the cen ,
Jan. t t. :5. (IiI i h'In the market urea and .1 I
Sun.. :.Mon.. ue... Wed r-li and Mr and Mrs. Rus- fronting on U.S. :not. He told ; :
Triple Feiituri-I I PI' .i:i the week- ,
: N.nnan spent
S Feb. I Ii. 7. S. !9MERIC1VS ) I; the commission the building I .,
nd lit C dII' Key. They were
should be designed to
: jw.j 'Jj iolne.1 on Sunday by Mr and accom- ijaizers"l
module all of the area. ngrlculI /
: \
.> 8J ,
.\ v Mrs Vernon Reddish and :Mm.
tural .
offices. The board took
: PLAYBOY HERO I AnniiK"lly' I
the! propos-il under con.sldora- .
: 4! :Mrs Geoisie Roberts Sr. Is | I' > '
? '
U : t thin for future study
: : ; \c l'7il\ i I IH'lHiiJ viatti n'i! Mrs[ Peail; cJfattress
'to ; vxinfltvr .-". .. \, .. ... 'i"i krr, for several' days. The commission denied/ re- '
: rt I .J 1 'ihn and! Leslie Crews Jr ,, dimmest from tlv State Road 1
? ; \nd .. C.iSvin Goodman of ,' Department asking the county
.. r I I I to pnv for the Installation of
n'-e:( and::! Ml-. China Faulki ,
fl.iohln, : sitnaN at the rallroiid D.sIIi.d. by M-ilcni't '
i of Like Butler are paIn Bidding Craftsmtn, renowned .- ) .'
1r Jr: '. ''i', D II tor's Ilispltul. erosslni on the Anderson: '! f.r quality wtrkmanship, as tht mattress that they -' ,.-) .
'j School Road. The I'I nals'olld ) .
:Mi' and :\t-: <. W W. Hood( w.uld! ? build fir thiir ptrsonal and family's us *. '
\\ : cost the county about
I vl'l' ]leavf Satmdiv for two
/ !).OOO to Install. Commissionei ,
'I1-; Ca: :'tbe.i n rrulip.
f 9 Ofore n >b-rti noted that I
C'onnle' Chasteon\ was SunI SAVE d Li
rroisin on the AndersonMLiton1 |
; f' L1..m1.... ,,, ''lu\i I \ In St. Vlivi-nfs, I Hospital' : Ilosd was dant"roiis. ; \\l .
I iniii' FiHav: to Tne"( lav for' '
/ l'llui..t1 but fiat many other railroad '
if1i6 ''5)') .r.tntlon A 11.1 tientment. $2062 /H .
crnstiit4! In the
c.unty wereeven ;r:1.: /, / .
MM: Ola ::iv.Vf'lrlolI and ,It mOl e liar.ttdoirs. lie said dL "

!Iobtcr \t:l s :\Yai'tliitVeidoii spent, It was tifoixslble, for the I F .lusr f > /" :

il I weekend with Mr and county to erect warning! .signals -

{ M'' C.1.. : Patrick In West 1 1I everywheie: they me needed Tvn. 69 '
iWfJi1fytrin -
: / i !I"'. l.Ia.IL.: .... Weldon. a iB'jU- because of the cost Involved. -i I :

ALL t tci'rt( liii!se. will\ 1'.111I'11ton': Ccrnmlisloner Dave Shuforr' ::t ::
dI\,, I
i to) HIP Vetetnns Hospital I commented! saying: "We Just
J : ikza "Ptacss I 1'1'I WtMt Haven." Conn., where I don't have the money" a-

I In,.* N rmploved! I IMis r rt Attorney George Pierce asked i! IJLA11yIJ-IILIt

_.._. \I 9tk : : :Marv Lanf of Jncksoni the commission for tenta- .

I COB3 i \\ A"'I,' lltllq her mother, the approval of -a proposed !,I .

CIIACOUNEOMOMUIHARECOLOR M B-itlia Pi-arce.( over' the i ,subdivision\ on Sampson/ Lake > '
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".IIIII5.1Ul! 01\0\! iil I'JI') I;, m i \ki-nil" The board u .ked Pierce to "t btnln ( Bi ; :
- additIonal Information I I4IrTFT1JTh1yiriTDi1 is '
Soeq"blHlltl Blfhdi \ IR CALL STHEET Phrme !HM.12{ : | :
about the route of a propotMIn

by DE lUXE-CINEMASCOPf U 'I 1 1 1'l.i-llr IU: :<';I\I'I':Nuirluibk. ii!.:." ;al(, llu J ,.,'nail I the area.. of the. i>lan- I . . . . . . . . ... :


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rr.n. :3 I, IBM nn.\t>Foitn CWNTV TRLFGRAPII. STARKF. rt.onn p.\nF. Trrnn
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f, Woman's Club -I, .. -...-.-- VV .....'_

Will District Hear DirectorAll -j- [rif! : like: going -I : s F jVj

GLADYS MOOTY members of the StarkeR'oman's "first class", you'll like this F ; rte
Club are urged to
fft l
Phone 961-0651 ', ; ; Traveler
attend 1 the February meetingon t r Iyh SMITH-CORONA ; '

Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 3:30: A 9t Iti ItiI

p.m to hear Mrs. Ralph ParkI s 4
I t
Bakkens Are Hosts I BPW Preparing I.ton of Jacksonville Bench, L" 7
.. V V'
UUtrlct Four I Director of the t:< :'< .,. ..
At Open HouseMr. I For Friendship Florida Federation.The > i! 1f1\

and Mrs J. B. BakkenJr Tour In MarchI program will be presented ., < }
I by Airs. George T I ,
entertained at open houseon I ? CRitSn .
i The meetIng Muggins, chairman of the : .
I regular monthly -
Sunday afternoon, Jan. 23, P J
the Starke Bl'W club Home Lifo department Mrs.
for their guests. :Mr. and Mrs[ of .I? '
wns held Inst Thursday evening Parklson has recently been
Bakken Sr. of Wahpeton N. D., JfI
Wallace at the home of :Mrs.: nominated as a candidate for r /
and Mr. and Mrs. :
James A. Christmas: on Pratt Recording Secretary of the .
Everson of New Efflngton. S. < i \ j
D. St., with the president, :Mrs.: Florida Federation of Wom : yr J'

The Nelson Green home, :Margaret( F. Brown conductIng en's Clubs. '.
the business session.Mis. Hostesses for the afternoonwill I
where tho party was held.l. was:' 'r'
attractive for the occasion Mildred Doyle gave thoPI'ogl'am be Mrs A, N, Ilolllday, '
chairman, Mrs T. B. Hard-
on Puerto Rico in
with arrangements of -
preparation for the Second ing-, Mrs. L. O. Hazen Mrs t
flowers. The refreshmenttable 1... J. Green Mrs Prune left: John A, Torixlr, Uulrwiiy Council President Lucy.. :Morrison, ;Mrs.. Pat I 3rr t ;
covered with a hand Annual State BPW Hemispheric T F. Howell, iir"iC
was ,
Miss Florence SMnRtir| and Jerome John
crocheted cloth and centered Friendship Tour, March Jennings

with a yellow permanent flower 12, 13 and II, at the San Je- H. V. Knight: Mrs. M, R. I

arrangement, and flanked I ronlmo Hilton Hotel, San Judd, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Community Leaders Honored With Awards

by yelow tapers in crystal" Juan, Pucilo Rico. Members Orle Wiggins Mrs. Merritt H By Gateway Girl Scout CouncilAt I
holders. I from the Starke club planning Williams, and Mrs. James:
I Approximately 50 guests to go on the tour are: Lewis. a recent luncheon at the the senior Woman's Club and' ham accepted on behalf. of
called during the afternoon :Miss: Delia! Rosenberg, :Mrs. Holiday Inn community leaders Mrs. Harold Godwin their respective organizations, j.L

i including, from out of town, Desta Dyal, Mrs Lo\ree Co- were honored by the Gateway senting1 the Junior repre-I certificates of appreciation.Out .

:Mrs.: Arthur Quartern. and com lac, Mrs Pauline Torodc. Garden Club Girl Scout Council and Club, who sponsor troops: of town guests includ

Mrs. Fred Tlce and childrenof I Mrs. Bea Klmmons, Miss Plans Spring Show the local Scout troops. I Rev. John Brabham, representing edf's.: ] Lucy Morrison of
Madge Micldleton] Mrs. Evelyn honored : John the Methodist '''
Jacksonville Those were Church Galnexvllle, retiring Gateway >
Mrs. Bakken was assistedIn Haney, and Mrs. :Mildred M B. Jordan spoke to the Torode, who served as chair which has provided for many Council president, Mrs. Clifton It CLASSIC8 I !12 .

serving by her mother, I Doyle Stnrke Garden Club on man of the 1965 fund raising:' years their Fellowship Hall Adams of Jacksonville. .

M.'a. Nelson Green, and :Mrs Reports were made on duo' "Planting for Spring at committee: Jerome Johns and for a meeting place Gateway executive director 131 by SMITH-CORONA ,

Harry Green participation In the De ''r'a- their meeting Monday night Mrs. V. J, Spengler who serv- Mr. Torode Mr. Johns. and, and Mrs Barbara Jones of "K _",

lion of the BPW Scholarship at the home of Mrs. T. B. ed as co-chairman of both the Mrs. Spengler received beautiful Gainesville, field representative. I This broadshouldered portable outperforms everything In Its t :GoodHo ioi..ptnyclass. ,

Juniors To Hear House at FSU Jan. 15; the Harding.Mrs. 1964 and 1965 campaigns; I plaques. Mrs. Houpt .It's' handsome, versatile, easygoing and built for f < A t"a"J ..
District III meeting held at L, V. Hardin presidedover Mrs C. J, Houpt, In behalf of Mrs. Godwin, and Rev Brab- //1 t, J extra duty at home and office. ("'''" ,"
the Holiday Inn in Stark- on '.'"
Sunland OfficialL. the meeting and plans --- "" "" ":- ** >*''*A* '"' ""'" "", ,'\ "" "!: ..y

Jan. 23; and the Student I. for the spring flower show Den One Cubs Pack committee meeting Fellowship 7:30: p.m. II IIRev L, :: ':::: ...w ,:. ... : <
C' Crook of the Sunland Loan Fund Met up for the I ,
were discussed. Mrs. D. H. Hall, 7:30: Chancel Roger E. Bcrgslrom,
Training Center will be principal Santa Fe Jr. College. Plans Penoyer announced that a live Enjoy ObservationTour Choir rehearsal, 730.: piuitor. I"7 CHANGEABLE TYFETh4. 40 optional special accents'

i speaker at the JuniorWoman's were honoring made for State a MembershipTea President Christmas tree was presentedto To OcalaThe % I and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custon
Club meeting, Monday J
, 7, at 8 at the Della Rosenberg on March 6 V.1.: keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. ol\oof; .:
p before Christmas and was Cub Scouts of Den One, CIU'RCII PLAN REVIVAL
I club house. at the Starke Elks club. Mrs. decorated for the holidaysand Pack 70, took a transportation l rci: JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting; tatorynew <>
Bertie Olson will be chairmanof 900 \Madison! Street
I Mr. Crook will give an In- later was planted on the last Revival services will start L.
observation day trip precision performance. "
refreshments, Mis. Etta Sunday Services *t&urv.a6al.vrwKING '
Uht and show films on the Nursing home grounds. The Ocala. : Sunday at 11 a. m. In Grace \

Training Center during his Faye Gill, chairman of Invitations -' club members also planted a Saturday Den mothers to Mrs. R. S. Sunday School 9:45: a, m. Methodist Church Lawtey, SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra big

talk.Hostesses for the eveningwill I general, and chairman.Mrs. Mildred Doyle dogwood Elementary tree School at the on Starke Arbor Chitty Mulllns, and and the Mrs. ten Randal Cub Morning Worship and 11 Young a, !m.! People's Intermediate : continuing. 13. Services through each Sunday.Feb. weE'kday -. typing jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. ,fir MVM*** '

be Miss Brenda Lewis Day. Scouts left Starke on the 10:20: Choir Practice. 4:45: p. night at 7::30. The public HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost.

Miss Sally Sink, and! Mrs. Eugene m. Youth Fellowship 5:45: : is Invited.
Tanner Mrs Spengler a.m. train and were met in Training Union 6:15: ; WMU COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL.
Ocala G. W. Mullins and I
Installed On Cadet Girl Scouts Mr. and Mrs L T. Izler. After Prayer Circle 7:15.: Wednes- |,

lunch at Silver day: Prayer and Praise!! 7'30i: tHE RIGHT rOn>1 for M*. Only
See PerformanceIn a picnic : $121.59
Council BoardThe p. m. Church Choir Practice !
Springs the group visited the 8:30.: Thursday: Sunbeams 1! way ;you write. Game In and I "t Tax

semi-annual meeting JacksonvilleMembers antique car museum and were Junior and Intermediate elect peer favorite ESTER.

and Installation of officers of given a personal tour of the GA's 3:30: p in. Beginner. Primary I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
I, of Cadet Scout antique cars and treated to a GRAPH. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
the flutewny Girl Scout Council and Junior Choirs, 4
Troop 608 and their :
It W AUTO I f im was held Thursday, January guests ride In the 1910 Cadillac by Nursery provided A
UflDCftS HAMOWAMC AND attended the play, "Jack and the owner of the priceless col- place :30.// -
27, at the Sellers Audi-
all agesRev.. Felder
I the Beanstalk at the Civic lection. They than saw the
II ItS torium In Jacksonville. Gate-
pastor. I 'I
I Auditorium in JacksonvilleSunday. World's largest' miniature circus
way Council consists of 151: r .
counties In North Florida, extending with Its remote controlledacts IIOATDItAllV. \ITIST: I
The benefit performance was
i and actors.
Atlantic to .
the Gulf.from the sponsored by the Women's The Cubs visited the airportin II UH'JI H'I',\HlU'H;

Installed as president was Guild of the JacksonvilleChildren's Ocala and observed, firsthand Sunday school 10 R, m: I FASHION 1.10.""'":

0 Mrs. Nat Taylor of Ponte Ve- Museum. The play, the operations and man Morning* worship 11 a. m.: i

(( 11 d' dra and :Mrs.: V. J. Spejigler with its beautiful costumes agement, of air travel. A spe- Training Union, 8:30 m.I I INC-
and unique WaR p. :
scenery was presented the boys
i cial treat for
of Staike, who has for ten
Evening worship, 7:30: ,
by the Storybook the p. m : I
visiting a couple of nu-
years: served the Girl Scon'sof Prayer -'-
meeting -
this county, was Installedfor Players. merous racing horse farms in Wednesday III_ _w =:=
Those attending were Carol Ocala They went into the
n two year term as board
Richards, Pearle where Derby
barn Kentucky
member. Mrs. Spengler is WOlfred'j
rY n t Hradford County's first representative Mary Ellen; Wager winner, Needles, was housed THE( BRADFORD
? Richards Doris Spengler, Susan made
and had their picture
on the council board. COUNTY
TELEGRAPHPublished r O1
Scoggins, Debbie Spengler, with Needles. Numerous oth-
Those attending from Starke Debra Johns, Mrs. Richard
er well known racing horses
177 were Mrs\ Spengler Mrs. Tom Richards, and Mrs. Jerome every Thursdayat ...
were also visited by the Cubs. 138 W. Call St., .... ... X'TOJ
I Casey and Mrs. Jerome Johns. Johns. -,&.' ...,
Or Water It They then took a tour Starke, Fla. 32091E
With (;Jules of the ward racing and saw farm's abouta L. Matthews, editor and :: :>X>' .,/ '-1/ NJ lFj
(arden; Hose Taylor-Kirkland Little Women Plan dozen new born fouls froma publisher!

Plastic or Rubber Miss Elaine Kirkland Talent ShowThe few hours old to three days Second class postage paidat '

All Sues-All LengthsFactory daughter of Mrs W. E. Mc- old.The Starke, Fla.
returned to
Craney. and Calvin Taylor Little Women's Club group
Starke by bus from Ocala Subscription Rates:
Priced son of Mr and Mrs. Coy Taylor will sponsor a talent show
of Bontfay were February 19 In the high school and were met by parents of In trade area: $3.50: per
the t>> year; $2.00 six months.
auditorium with all proceeds YII
D a W Auro SUPPLY INC marriage: in the Baptist pas-I I
going to the March of Dimes. Making the. trip with Mrs. Outside trade area: Jl 00
41C C. IROWNltt St.PHONC' torlum at Highland on
Mulllns and Mrs. Chitty were per year; $2.25 six months.
who wishes to
day Jan 29. with Rev. C. L. f Anybody participate
SC4-444I Tyler officiating!! Members of I should get In touch Randy Chitty II. Glen :Mulllns, '
Reddish, Bruce Tucker -
RtiltoERs HAR WARE AND SUPPLY the Immediate families! and a with Oerri Mooty, Linda Rae Tommy 1 I
Reddish, Donald
few close friends attended the Rosier, or Jimmy Douglas. Stan 1I I I ns
301 E. CALL ST.fHOHt I Strickland Greg Reddish, Ken

9M-5391 ceremony Fuqua, Steve Fuqua, and Pat- I
Th( 'ouple will reside: In Mulllns. tyt
New River WMU ty

,I The general meeting of the '

New River Baptist A.isoclatlon"

LOWEST RATES WMU Madison will Street be held Baptist at the CHURCH 1 tl V I / '

Church at 10 a, m. Wednes e Slacks foreverywear.

day. Feb. 9. a NEWS CHAMPION 1OMDOH, tOOK '" '.'

AUTO LOANS < whito:bandiogdad

JacksonCrewsMiss .I ..t .d.rd.d .. ,., everywhereMIAOTS

Sandra Lee Crews, Methodist Church 6at t6w'k I siwvw labs yw M : k ?? \ .-

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schedule for the week: FOUNTAIN PENoil.79 ] ...... look to this. '

Louis Crews of Starke and Sunday Church School. COMC..Q. ..,.. tKMnfTMC* wSanded

o '61 Howard L. Jackson, formerly I 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship! RAYON CREPE r i a TI8JJ
of Pennsylvania' were married 11 a. m. Youth Choir practice. bsb.olb
Monday evening Janl! 17. at 4 p. m. Snack Supper for

Take Your Pick 8 o'clock at the home of Rev. MYF. 6pm. MYF meetings COSTS ICSS TO BUY I /of sntooni/ fit* ,
D. L. Ramsey,, pastor of Pine 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30: A cool loocii Of 3pftnQ <
Level Baptist Church. Mr. and Monday WSCS Circle 2 Perfected Itvtr-fln! action Joy ardrabl :J
Mrs. Jackson are residing In! meets at home of Mrs] O. L, provtn dependable\ nU-.I yore
One of the many reasons! why you'll like to finance lions of users
St. Petersburg. Hayes Sr., 3 p. m. Oirl Scout Racka.
jour car with a bank auto loan i k this: You can Troops meet In FellowshipHall Chofc'of 4 coftw {

I take jour pick hate the freedom of choice to buy : 605 at 3:15: 606 at 4:40: Famous Runes !valid* Sizes/ ..1.. FaraPress
Recent Births tint, medium or !Hoed 1 1eayh.LOOlr
and 607 at 5:30.: Commissionon
the best deal.Vhat'i NEVERw
a car wherever YOU can get UncwdKJonaRy plamntMd'Nand. NEEDIRONING
I Education meeting. 7 p. m. rI

*.. *.. *. Doctor's Hospital Men's Club executive committee ... .pled 'of_. $100
ces the following announ-I: 7:30.: Official Board meetIng .l.a4n.nd, .........11I1.... r.wr.p.tr.r ..........' ,
\ more, you can borrow at low moneysavingbunk Mr. and Mrs. Harlon] Hodge np.e.mat' ,. --.t: :
I 8 m.Tuellday d fk lu.dll.' i
and with Brooker. daughter Clndla M.r, I, NJ, 13.00 lightweight sturdy, finely! <,
rates repay vase, on convenient a Circles ;
WSCS slack
Cliciella. Jan. 29. I .. woven that keep theirfreshasnewlook. V ,
j monthly installments: scaled to your income. meet at 10 a. m.: No. 1 at "
Mr and Mrs John Albert I .... ys.etss KDRATRONCaloru l
! home of Mrs. T. H. Stale: No
\ *. *. *. Williams Starke a daughter, %
4 at home of Mrs. Drew Red- [ .
Trena, Lynne, Jan. 31 Ivy ig fI
Still another plus >ou'll gel money in a hurry dish with Mrs. W. H. Edwardsas v. I light Oil,., Charcoal, '

enjoy prompt courteous confidential service Bradford County Hospital hostess: Na. 5 at home of I Navy, Dark Oliv''
Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Wesleyan -.,. .
whenever you borrow from us. announces the following Service Guild home of Miss\ .....A-IQ".PM. P.s..... I .' W.I,. ,." la 44"

births: Itnglhl 21" t la 34"
Sue 7:30.Wednesday
Morris : J
Let's Discus It Without Obligation Mr and Mrs. Ave Alfred ,

Godwin. Starke, a son Keith Circle 3 .
meets in church library with _
Allen. Jan. 27
Mr. and Mrs. Dale] Francis Mrs. Buford Mitchell as hostess BradfordCounty I -V _...............- t

The 10 Circle 6 meets
Community State Bank a. m.
Varnum Starke, a daughter with Mrs M, W. Cressler 10a. I ""'"'"7M
Virginia Frances Jan. 29.
m. Primary and Junior .t.1ay''' -- .
Mr. and Mrs. : ;:
Of' STAHKE; Spurgeon
Choir practice, 3:15.: Prayer I !DlARGE IT' STAUKE'S
Boyce Massey, Lawtey a son,
Home Owned and Home Operated Victor Mark, Jan 30. Meeting, 7 p. m. i" ON flash o?rxlH. FASHION J..E.DlmTiIVBSDAY
I Thurs. Feb. IIVesleyan) Telegraph :
-n 'atssoa 4
Mr. and Wllbeit
Mis. Lee
MEMBER:\ F. D. I. C. Austin Lawtey, n daughter./ 'I Sub-district MYF meeting In ttwc. _, .NrJ.;.A .4 In C.
Lake S
City p m Cub Scout ____ __ _,
Wendy Michelle Jan 31, I 1- _

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f\rr; "riil'it' UKADFORD COtTNTV f TELEGRAPH.: STARKC. FLORIDA lllt'KSIIAV.!' 'KH. a. Dlili;
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r -"""" :"! '". Thomni, F L. Casey Jr., Superintendent you.)
KWH Doubles In 8 Years ,, '".'1'. !' .."i" :;:(j'", This nntliu. ahall I he |>nlillHh, ,>it

... ... I 1/20 It 2/3 un""''o "'I"hleok lor rous' rniiw.fUtlvB -
I .1 '"'!/fIfolA'1/O'/ ,', weeke In the UIIAD-
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Power Plant Expansion Planned By CouncilFuture '. .' ': _.:", ...;.rt". !OTI..1 TO lII'EIt': 'CHARL.KS 1UUO.) A. DAnDY.
.' .' it; I IN' rint'i IT .-01.1'U- ,
Cli-ik of thu circuit i uurt.
FOIlf '. !',% fHlMtKHY.Marry : By ii.ula.h iL Mooclj. '
Deputy Clerk
expansion of the of the units must be in opera Randal Chitty that $900 be how Mrs. Johns said. the em- : out there-no sewage, no water F. Taylor (SEAL
Plaintiff.VH. .
.city's power plant was put In tion over five hours a day although spent for a position classification -I ployees have gotten out of the no street lights." Holley It 1/20 2101A.

the mill by the dty council three units take care I and pay survey for city habit, especially on small! I said. "All we have is the privilege Lu'IU. Taylor

Tuesday night: on recommendation of the load the majority of employes. The mayor said the Items. This was another recommendation of paying taxes." I l).'renllImnt.UlI : .
trusteca I' Florida' Institute from the bond 1 the suggestion \ < u: TO AI>I>K\H
of the bond the time. State University's Approved-: ; : ..
To 1-ucllle Tiiylur OIO! X.W I RS
r:4 :
and the Utility Commit- Dees also' expressed the fear of Governments Re- trustees, she said. Mrs. Johns by Mayor Chltty that the city 109th street Miami. Florida HDMfDWH

that plant capacity would be search will do the job for that also suggested that plans be ask for bids on term life Insurance I'.c YIIU are hereby, notified. I thai I .1 I POLICY
tee.Mrs.. Ruby Johns. chairman reached within a few months. price. He said the project will made to start a stockpile! of for city employees n null) I for I IHvorcii' ha* l I..n
in the ub'ivenamoJ
of the council's Utility Committee leaving the city without reserve -, be 'headed by Dr. B.. M. Strum. items used most often. when the present policy expires rile 'nvaliiHt Court, you mM <..HUH und MERRITT H.WILLIAMS .

presented the recommendation power to fall back on if head of the department and In other matters the council March: 1. Clerk Edwards \ "U ar1 rHnulr'), I <4il to MHTM. ant

to the council and one unit falls. He said he has that It should be completedby : waa instructed to gUe' the \' ..r vnnr,t iinnwer,l ..r plt-ud-

was told to have her committee I seen two of the generators May -Accepted a report by City Peninsular Life Insurance lalntlffn Inn to the Alt"complaint r II. P y nn lion tin 117 N. Walnut St.

begin work to decide what fall In two days and added the The University will do the Surveyor Merrill McMillan on Company. the present agent (|I.( <,'lK... H. tiuru r. i >, Mruw.-r Phone J>4-5391

,size generator to add and Its I city would be in real troubleIf job for considerably less than progress/ on a new city zoning notice of the council's Intent- -- I.: ,, Stukf..,, ,Klorlil'i' : mill, "ito
cost. Power Plant Superin- two of them ever break any private agency has offer- map he 1:1 preparing. Ions. ,d">.<. nrlKlriHl I in I tinuffli I .',. ."f I IT p.y protect tea. .
I In Irk' Mf lln liI"'II,1) "III I I'i ,.
tendent Merrill flees recommended down at the same time. ed to. the mayor said and, Refused to pay for pipe Rejected a request that Helicopter' Used In TrainingBy < ', 'I'" )..-rr.' III,., I 14th)), tl.iy of Stite mo Farm Ttry&_Caroarty? Compinf I
the addition of two The superintendent urged that Its credentials !good. The for water lines to four houses the city contribute to the l>iimlIWOii... '( utliHrwIti', thi ,
2,000 KW generators. the council to begin imme- FSU group has made such being place4) :. In Reno by Family Life Conference. Several National 1)0'- K.lllollH 1.1. .tuki'n, nf .IH Wllll i I iniiKnil i<'nnipllllnl'.,, l b), I

Dee said the demand on' diately making plans to purchase surveys for Bartow and Jacksonville : Aaron Holley. Chairman members said they would roirunlHMliinPdtiiirant, OfflrenVlllliiiii! McLendun
Beach. Hurst told.SolUjy, \ that council contribute. Individuals
the plant has doubled the new units since It as
power : (left ) und. ThoinwM )Moor are pictured with a helicopter UHnlgned -
in the past eight years going: takes two years to Install a City Clerk Merrill Edwardstold established a Ollcy'18 months however.
the council there Is still ago that the owner will pay from to the lllth I AvllU..n Company in JackMonviile.! The ;
from 8.5 million kilowatt- generator. Chairman Carl Received a letter
approximately $7,000 that has foe the pipe and the city will two men rntly completed Warrant Officer Cajiilltlute'I I
hours [KWH] to 15.5 millionIn Hurst Instructed the Utility Doyle Conner as head of, his.
furnish the labor. the most fh'howl and Rotary Wing& Aviation School anil are assigned. to
1965. Last year. the output Committee to begin work immediately not been appropriated and local insurance agency asking
Increased a million KWH he so funds for the that can be used to pay for expensive Item. that the city's general Insur- ('0. D (Mitlnt) SSnl !Spt. Hn. They fill two pimltinni' lu tlif.

said. not Including: such new new units can be put in next the survey. The city also hasa The Job is a 300-toot extension ance be divided between the local unit which require avlii-tlon. qualification." Port of the

facilities! as the Holiday Inn year's budget. moratorium on hiring em- off Old Lawtey Road. The three local Insurance companies local unit'. Avlutlon :Maintenance Platoon which, N' capable& Special Program

and other additions. Mrs. Johns mentioned that ployees until after the surveyIs pipe costs 42 cents per foot. here a* in the past. In discussion of performing mulnteniince on fixed. or rotary wing aircraft

The plant now has five generators the city could finance the new completed and so may save. Utilities! Supt. Oscar Davis it was brought out organic to the OSrtl Brigade, the men mUlCt log u net numberof
money to finance the project said. Holley told the council that the business! was awardedto "Operation Teenager"
and Dees predicted units by issuing additional flying hour to retain their flight qualification. I'
they will be at full capacity by bonds. If they have anybody quit. he has paid $25 per house to just two firms two years

this summer. Right now the In other action the council In a third move Tuesday hook onto the water\ and said ago when Conner's firm failed I 7:30: P.M., Feb. 5th
load is nlgbt. the council instructedall : he :thought he'd paid enough to enter a bid. Practice is for N()TU luNoti.'s Knell: .. bid shill he .a. .on-
heavy enough that four approved a proposal by Mayor I
I In hereby given that panted by canliler' check
city employees to obtain a since he was forced to use city the firms bidding to take turns ftealed bid. will be. received, by bid bond In a the amount of or G

purchase order for all Items current. writing the Insurance but split the, Board of Public Inntrui- per cant of the bid. payukl.

even the smallest]] ones. Some- "We don't have anvthlnir- -: tho____ iromIiam' m__.__.... eh_._on, V"AI'___., lion of Ilradfnrd. County Flor- to the Hoard or Public In- InvitationSunday's
ida at the office of the Superintendent Htrut'tlon of Bradford. l Countv. Special
That'8 Our Business"If If I or Public Instruction Florida' an evidnme of good
'I GLASS Police Report 2 Arrested SundayAt agencies both for acquisition nf Bradford County. I'. U. Box faith and a-ujirantfelntf the'
VIA Vlurld.1.. to 4 tin Schedule
Htarke up auzreosriil bidder will Service
of 1 land atkl) for conservationwork
I ;
I 10:00: A.M.: (BHT) on the IFith execute unit. furnlxh in I the
It's Glass We Have It" Kelly's Nite
Starke City Police report 11 on that land. Orants to
day or J b'sllruary l> I'lurt.! ) fur the fciuard: or Public) I liitrurflon) I'
CALL WRITE or VISIT I arrests during the past' w **. Limit DriveInTwo those agencies will not exceed construction. of: 0))(: Bradford. 'oUfl ty. Florida. 10) '\\1.-: Sunday School
Heard In City Court Tuesday funds that could have been Addition to l.awtey Jr, a band Isnueil by a Siiroty
FOR ANY GLASS NEED I High School. Lawtvy. Florida Company I llcfinaud) to do hlllli.nil. 11 A.M.: Morning WorshipNew
night were: paid to farmers on the same
Lawtey Negroes were nn. In Florida. anti li.tud hy
We Design Modern Store Fronts Bales McKlnney unlawful crested early Sunday when land through the cropland adJustment Aililltlon to Anilerion. Jr. the United. Slate H TleamirDepartment )' ( Time) 7 P.M.! -Evening Worship
speed. fined $17.50.T. program nor may Mich School, LL\vtiiy\ Florida lie. a''ptablv.. for
Bradford sheriff's deputies
Just Mail Us A Pattern For .
10i)) per pent of the ontruct
J Table TopiSHEA'S B. Lucas unlawful. speed. and. state beverage agents investigated grants exceed 50 per cent of Addition. to Southnldo. Elementary price, within ton ((10) d.I)'.
fined $17.50.John reports of illegal the cost of the land. School suuke after being. awarded the .con

: D. McKlnney reckless beer sales to minors at Kelly's Secretary Freeman said that Florida. tract. Said bond arunranteelnotho For Ride Call 964-6503
l he .
at which' time bid ihall > performance payment of
GLASS CO. driving. fined $17.90.A. he will send descriptive material -
Nile Limit according .
opened! and read alnud. Any said. bond tri I.H. "..101 LI'h"
L. Hamilton. reckless to the sheriffs department. about the ACP to governors bid received. after I Hi" specified (NOT INC.) driving by Improper start Margie Kelly, wife of the and county and city time and dale will not l hit No bidder. may withdraw, hie "Every Visitor An Honored Guest"

N.Jth fined $17.50.Jack of the restaurant and governing bodies directly or connldered.Plan bid. for a period or thirty ((30)dny )
owner .
: 1313 PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353REMINGTON .*, poclflcallone. and contract after the date set. for theopenlnu
Oreen disorderly: conduct dance hall, was arrested and through county and State document. ,* may be ."..m. ., thereof.Ihe .
27.50 or five days. charged with possession! of ASC committees, which administer toed In the office of Dun It. ;contractor. will lie required PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
K. E. Rowland failure to of the Morgan .Architect 1248 IIw)'. .
bonded, whiskey with intent tosell programs 11. Oranara Park Florida, .and,, to complete| said project -
yield right of way. causing an ASCS. within the time lift forth .
Hi West
It in a dry county. Agents a*. follow,: In his bid. way 100-
accident dismissed. found 14 half pinto of bonded He suggested that Interested 1. F. W. r'oll"! turl.ratIuu.Jakunvllle | ,

: I Lawrence Rutherford. failure whiskey on the premises. The local government officials net 2. (laloenvlll. .. Florida Flan Roiin, any The will micceNNful, )*. notified bidder., "within, If I 1). L. KAMSKY: : PASTOR

to have vehicle under control woman has been released under in touch with county ASCS lnIUe, Florlila. five ((5) day* .after the bid. I*
III \\1 ; _; d causing an accident 30 $500 bond. offices:-there 1 ill one in the PU.VM. : AMD RPKCIFICATION accepted, The hoard of FublliInstruction
." ... I
of Bradford r-oun-
-'IIh.tiJjI37/ days probation.Jack Rudett Willie county seat of nearly every
Negro man
ff f- the
I "; ; : CoNTRACTORS ty. Florida rennrves' right
S f ,_ r-- \\i\ Green public intoxication Johnson 21. was arrested and county in which there are : Upon reiiint'| and ti"> reject any .and .all bide, and TRYTASTEE.CHICKEN
$27.50 or five days. charged with carrying a-concealed State ASCS offices or both receipt of MO.00 depoSIt of to waive any formalltli.xTHE .

FIRST LINE TIRE Jack OJ'eenreRiating arrest. weapon a" .23 'caliber county and State official lenuriil. .Contractor: two : HOARD av OF' Pl'HUCi.vsTnrrTios1 111t.P.Jo'CtIUI .
90 days probation. ". should feel free to' write' to ((2)) xrtw tif plan and tl>?-
.. ptatol.- He. )has been released ciflcattnn.* for each ,prnjact eUlST1.'I."ltll:: >.\.
Jack Oreen assault on 8. oh $100 bond.Deputies the Secretary >o{ .Agriculture. wilt be forwunled. .

_ 600x13 13.95 police officer. .$5290. :,., or 10. ttolph R141Sh and They will provided inform- oollect.. Vneral expr.\. \ I
days. : accompanied\ ration arid'-approprfateforma I'' 0 'J.quo.tNI: l.reiirRp4fle,
I Bob Mjrrick by by1 I Tas cto riANj9cnxt MoNtioa
650x13 14,95735x I plan and Hpeclflrallonx" JTTV MMM-.d WS
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Pun Williams disorderly with which to
apply for ., '
agents of the SfateBeverage ,"all'.a HOUII a. ptiHMlhle'after : ,
I conduct $27.50 or five days. I Department1 from Jacksonville grants. ...'..1 lit ,lOr bill! to -a # X.dFeu'Lp J ij _ PRESSURE.: FRIED

14 18.95 went to the drive-in on Grants also may be madeto ArchiK'i'" office fur; fullrefuricl.
Il IlII Boxed Chicken .
.1.St. TENDER .
Federal to
agencies extend
I complaint of illegal sale of Hfi I II f r 0 N T HAcJ'OR.VlNn4JltS .
775x14 19.95 Building Permits alcoholic beverages. their ability to carry out objectives etc.' : For planua. hi---' e3ili I IrL1 Served with French DELICIOUS .

100 MPH Safety A 1963 Florida State law of the CAP legislation ". 111 "pei-lfluatl. ..n* tqi ub- Fries. Cole Slaw Hot
The following building per- contraitoravmlora. ,. otc .
I Wet Traction I825x14 20.95 mits were' issued by the city regulates the time for sale of which coincide with objectives the deposit 1 will be SixtyDollar. Roll! _ _ _
alcoholic and intoxicating of programs they administer. (jail.00 plus S per
Patented LifeTimeShoulder during January: beverages In 'municipalities CAP grants to state and local vent Halea (a*. If the Slime\ Bucket Chicken
Oilier ,Mlirw low $1.10
: proportlouutely ,
Lavon Andrews MadisonSt. Ie-
and "1..Hh/lll..n.t are I
agencies will be coordinatedwith
and coiintlea It states: No .
..1! until I!Ion
Kxchange IM.ua Tax .. bulldinff\ construction turnr l In ncio
S Full 4 Ply alcoholic "beverage* may be programs of other Federal within li (5)) d.iys .after r.. !fl-l'CS.) CHICKEN:
Whitewalls Add $UIO $12.000. sold. consumed or served or agencies. crlpt of bid the refund.. will world Box Shrimp /2 I't. 'ole Slaw Hot
: Oulfshore Builders. for A. C. be. Forty Dollar* ($1000)) I
No Down permitted to be served or con- Secretary Freeman said: Rolls. Feeds: to f
Payment Carter N. Church St., house plua I te x. l>ej',nlt .I h." k a Served 'with French : :;
sumed in any place holding<< a "The cropland adjustment Hhall 1 h.. mu"lH payable' I..' Hungry People.
construction $3,800. license under the State Beverage program offers the American ttie., Architect.C. newsin Fries!, Cole Sluw, Hot
Align Front End Longchamp & Bernard. for SKPAIIATK: HIIKKTS: : Separate Roll
Department of Florida people new opportunity to obtain i
9.95 Balance Front WheelHIntipett K. Fuquay Southgate subdivision between the hours of Mid- grants that will advance ihecia for iltawliiirw' ,. $2 25
or paKea of ai" -lfl< ut Inemay I I
S 4 PlM'k'be BearingsS house construction .$13.- night and Seven O'clock A. perhaps by many years. their be pun'haed 1 "from. Ihl'l| 1.25

Inspect & Adjust' Brakm.Dodd's 000. M. of the following day. hopes and plans for expansionof Archlte aH follow, I In' ,

Longchamp: :Builders. South- "The Bradford County open apace and parks and refund, I.: ,. ,
1 Sill)) ,'r tli "(
DrawliiK' p
gate subdivision plumbing Sheriffs will protection of water supplies fcus( ) Tub Chicken Barrel Chicken
Department enforce ,pint 'I t ,pet > eni I I." i iM
Service & Auto Sales fixtures. $700.J. the beverage law with no on which they depend. |>vi-lflcnlioiiH. t II I) peiPIIK" I CHICKEN
O. Gay E. Call St., house exceptions." Sheriff P. D. "Access to the great outdoors 1.1 l<.** :3: P'T ''III, ''Hx | 15-PCS.( 21-PCS. CHICKEN
528 S. Walnut St. Phone 961-3861 repairs $500.Hartley Note: All reiiueni.. '* for |iUn", I Pint Cole Slaw Hot
; Reddish states.Officials will also be provided on and .."....lrkAII"I ... eriol, .. .- -------- a Tt. Cole Slaw, Hot
House Movers. Lake .1..1 Rolls Feeds ,) to 7
many farms by' the cropland flheetn. of ilrawlnit* or pim I The Christian Setae: MonitorOn Kolla i
Cltr. for Aaron Holley, house adjustment; program. In appropriate of .l>" Iti.| ullorm, aha, Ii lie. I Norway St.,Boston,MOM.02 MSPleas Hungry' People
moving, 2000. InvitedTo areas farmers who through Ihe) office lOt the 1
Architect enter. tufcierlptlon to the $5.25
enter into CAP agreements $375French
ParticipateIn I Monitor for tf*> period checked be
may obtain additional pay-
Septic Tank CAP Program ments for permitting the gen- log I enclose f- (U.S. Funds)

Drain Restrictions general public to I Secretary of Agriculture Or- to the retired land without

Eased By State vllle! L. Freeman has invited charge for hiking! hunting, NEWS4tt6Wt 3 month )S CALL YOUR ORDER.: IN-IT WILL BE HEADY

local and Suite government I fishing, and trapping." t4aiyte WHEN YOU ARRIVE I'llONK !fit-6lll
Restrictions: on septic tank '
drain representatives 'to investigate Congress ha authorized the Sh.., I ICily
fields for future con.
.- a struction have been eased by the opportunity" afforded by secretary to enter Into agreements I TASTEE-FREEZ DHIVE-InN :
the "greenspan" operation -
the State Board of Health, pew each year for four :
meeting In Jacksonville this of the Cropland Adjustment years providing payments to S'ate_%IPCtP i Across From Holiday Inn
week. Program for them to *c- farmers and grunts to goVE'rnmental ,
S SI farmland. for use a.a
,- quite units totaling muchas
For residences the area required ,
and porks. FeLf _
open space
$225 million
for drain fields was reduced I
I I from :SCO to 300 square Grants are available to cities -----J I
counties and State governments -
feet per bedroom. PORTRAITS BY THE FAMOUS '
A three-bedroom home, for to Increase permanent Collins ..HopesTo ; $10.00 VALUE

0' example, would require an retirement of cropland to Run For I I fr :
cartaln'noncl'Op uees. !Autho- ig1P'' ? I
I .
0 I' area: of 900 square feet available S
of RiftJi
rized uses are preservation SmathersSeat
for a drain field instead 1 ARBERREE TUDIOS
II open space natural beauty -
I of the present l.SOO square
the development of wildlife Former Oovernor LeRoy I

feet.The board also eased the and recreational facilities, and Collins said in Washington fiNE LINE FELT.TIP PEN 11 x14 I
the prevention of air and wa- Saturday that he hopes to
requirements! for other -
1 pollution..' The run for the U.S. Senate seat
'ltuch'as ter programwlll.appi.y 11I__ BUST VIGNETTE
1 restaurants, ,hotels --- :
to cropland that Senator George Smathers
eligible I
and apartments. I II
5'. acquired by 'a Federal agency, will vacate in 1968. due to 111 WRITES PORTRAIT \

or by a State or local government health. I for notes, packages or art .

Warrants Issued agency after January Collins said In an interview work at home work or

- On City EscapeesWarrants ,28. 1966. that "I've always had a hope sciiool! $ :

I Primarily CAP Intended to Ut my hpart that some I Convenient pocket clIp>

.4 II for the arrest of encourage farmers and farm day f would have the opportunity I Non-toxic odorless Ink. I $1 I

two city prisoners who escaped owners to take cropland out to represent my state S Brilliant colors.

while on a.. work detail have of- production under agree of Florida In the U.S. Senate."

been Issued by Bradford ments' 5 to 10 years duration. Collins! who served as 49 Y

) County JUdge T. A. Yawn. Farmers, who divert entire Florida's governor from 1953\: .*ioc:; rat-King; & Handling

The men, Carlos Ford 21. allotment ot base acreageof to 1961, IW. "I-don't hesitateto ..,., /
and James Williams 22. were one crop also may retire say very frankly that I .- ..r ,;L' I No Appointment Nctiiary) Bring the family I

serving time Imposed by Mayor .additional! cropland on farm. hope to serve some day in the Full Selection of POMSSTUMP'S No Age Limit
Randal Chitty on chargesof or all cropland on farm, under U.3.. Senate." He added that I Lev y.. Work Guaranteed Full Flgur $1.00 Extra

disorderly conduct.- In Ueu CAP agreement. The signup he hopes the Smathers vacan- Ester

of cash fines. for this program 'began Jan- cy ,"will present an opportunity I I f ftm

: TOWN FINANCE COMPANY The complaint was signed ary 31 at the ASCS county for me to be a candidate."" DEPARTMENT STORE

offices In all Florida counties.
Jan. 29 by Kenneth Fuquay of Bradford : !) K.: C'ALL STREET1londay
226 N. Temple Phone 961-9091; the Starke Police Department. The reensparT phase of THE: RIGHT POINT r.r the1 I I
the program-so named be- Tuesday Wednesday-Feb. 7th 8th 9th I
war you irrtt. Come tat and County ,
It's EASY To Borrow EASY To Repay
: cause of Its potential for making -
The Town Finance eelaot year favorite E3TEBBBOOK Photographer's! Hours: S A.I..6 P.M.: Mon( Tues-8 AM.12: Noon Wed.
- Way A CLMniflcd Ad In tbe TELEGRAPH green space available to : fountain pen. TELX-

- U bring* "result grants urban to residents local: _and provides state' Telegraph. Telegraph Ii IIp



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TIfl"RSD.AY. rEn. :3. inr.B: \DFonn COUNTY TEL.EGUAPH. "HTARKK, nORm.\ d.\e: rtvE-

Push Record To 98BUS I I : Tornadoes J I b Iflslnrlotl. c. r /Hell! l I. d.\'\! 319 Casualties 1 I Mrs. Driscoll, 74,

$ 'Junior HiK. Religion( I FhlUispliy. Result From Gun Keystone Resident
; ; i
3 Road '*' .. rI

I 64-62 Grocii Cove '\
Edged By ; A trio of road lxnu.UiK ( r America. Ito, x.Clr'Pl1Is l'Iaultc.l! 111 Mrlt. :Mildred\ Rll lInt: Delicoil. -
Tornado cniPrs Ixi
the 14. you oub.ic.rlbe! to perlodwnl 310 omanlHc In Flotlitu: during
74. Keystone \
to m
they I lure nuiirazlne. How
p-r '
10 3. :51 01[ wli'rh were!
"m MMH. Or.inirc ", many? Do you road th"m? 1 official. I died Tuesday mornln Ina
10 thj
fatal accoicll'xc
Bounce Buck 1 Over 1ct8JI739 'I"i"'Me" toii'jh :11.u'(-!, 15. If you had. a chance: to Firearm Cn\iaiv:I,; llrfort, Starke hospital after a brief
.. I1Jne'/ Born !In : ]
Of 20 wits
'f'( 'I s'lflll do
; or lx tiny of the above that I rom lIl'd by:. the!! FlCi lJn ism 1)'c. 25 lflf l. she had lived mRt'tone
Ita'1\ Counly !landed you tlo not do At the present. HIV' Fresh: water/ Pish Com

EclycU by Green Cove 0-1-G2 IIUnl' OIMthe( Torna.'nes.haviii ', Q 'nt'p.,! .imp of inch what would you consider first? I misIon for !the past nine..

Saturday: nl-fht. BrurtforUa' ;; beuti'n thorn thiei-. r' yi'r ''i c '. 11' of 111"1 xeasnn' I-.II a t/MD1a, The above questions af Of the 319 rnxitultien./ 71 of yrsrs.:

Tornado cauir.i bounced b.iek point r>((5-!>3 In the local !irv-m 1, k': r r m 17 w lwn: tlvrv merely indicator" How web i iI the accidents' involved hunU-r.ij, She was retired clerk for

I above :.500 ball Tuc.-Ja.v: with n on January: \ 18.5'r.1T1571. '! U'1'.''; nine : I did you do? Could y-)u h.vtn ; with 33 of them "bt'liid youtJi' I I i the hallway Express Agency.
YOUR CAQ? member of Faith Prsebyter-
f.'ip n trJo'I11. It
i- '
the Yellow ; ('S ( .''1n!! better If you had takenmore under 1 IB years "t 11)1);". Ten nf '
47-39! win here over I
: IP-PI five ,will\ Cut, uml 1\\\'AI'r- lan Church, member rChaptel"
I.M" \ > \ >ur I' a
tlmn In ,
Jackets of St AuCJstlne.Wa.vn : Clrren COM) > CJumo I school for study the'accidents occurred whll!
and Paul \I! Lrod BUS II 16 !tI: :J4t:! i H'v (me some In the! area. of the H'.ununttlos : hunting; deer 4 wlillo turkeyhunting 34 OKS of Ha mm on-
a4 ''L:>rv 8. when (|> Hint ( .uld l help von I II I ton N. J.. and a member" flfI
Clay 18 1 :23 1 1'1-f,4( !? .
11 a 18 while:
with 16 points each:: 1.ft: sec- )I :
'. 'c'rlenny. vour mvnrrnc s of the Senior! Citizens Club -at
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chef hair smii1'iat\ ;::ive the I1H < :Mcl-rod: p. 1-2-4 small (ante, and 15 while
;::1'' beaten -. aspect1' ol mil Starke.
BUS five t thrlr ninth victory B.ik-r." 146t.L''Cd: W. 1373.J is Ii Operation Teenager hunting animals! other thangame.
9 rr ""n hn! Orn n.e Try t th m. No "I'nell' i l ]
.11' Surviving are her hu.> >aii3.
against: cisht de -tits. Roy: : ; Cto'by. 1-2-4 : Whit. : FlfU n of the hunterswele
: "'*n fivf rix'orfleJ, NJ fair look- To Be
Sterling was hlah for; St.AIIUUne I-:?: lleddl'h, 2-0-4: Akridse; Btovpetl I Presented iwliwi: i rifle.1\ 4}. 41 were using Houston C. Di-lscoll of Keji-
: + r I iti fifl-45\ : here! on <; the t'rl(' 'clollccllll, stone Hi lrhts. two daushtera
with 1 10 points 4-0-8: Falcon, 0-0-0: Oclom: At Pine Level shotguns, and A/ were t liShandnms -
Woods and David I 0-0-0 Totali. 211662. oer. 1* raid |>"1Ora1.te< I one fnmon Amer I : I Mr*. Mill Mi Seal of Xiaro-
while Don
la week. 57-45. They} \\' ( poet' and one of hi* I monton N. .1. anj.:! Miss Jane/
Reese e.Trh had elaht.Thr Clay Smith. 1-2-4: Itartmnn. Operation Teenier, a pro- The Firearm, Cawiftlty Report
:\ICJ4I'Jc: brothers': ) sec : 1-0-2: Tumor. 3-4-10; f) rel',,,8iuIIna,' ; FrhJay. : grant deslgngd\ )! <; to bring the .Indicated art !Irxircu-s-1 hi DrK-oll of Stark.: two hrttrslsteis.
ontl half "iir4- broke' a 2t-24 IhwlE': .1-7-17: nartholf.' 11- ary 4, And ,tl1'+/1/11.1.0 Green ;; ; the longest River cold herd facts of clime and total ctisiidJtlon ft-rrm l 1964! / ; :Mri. Lillian/ McBrler
Satuiay.\: Ftb1:1411: J; I.) world: and where(! bt It aivl Mrs. Nellie! Ejan:: of Net-
linlftlmc de.vdlnck. Gre-r' Red- 5-27\ : Junes 1.2-4: Totals: 1 !IU penalties to. youthful; audlemoa when afr-Montrf\ w-e.IIt; rerKirtcdHowever. '
tilt Raidlyrs of tn-am ?. fo1t.! '' U. 1.: and three grandchllrtrrn. -
22-20-64. : -will be presented at ther Is 'n in rkedbcrpss.
(dt 'h creditcl with playing I t-I' onrl..m\l1
of his ijetfr ramos: of II st, AugUMtUic Game j I ,I '. ., mc : sculp: Ilir Pine Level vrjijHlit Church .. from KtflA/ when 381 .
o\e(lie; season, contributed: 1ix BUS! 14 10 10 1347 : ,\.1 ." \\10. -of Jifcl. null I1p- Saturday( night, Feb. 3. nt t \8 cnaunlttes! : Of'curl'M. Funeral I 'cfvlrrs will\] be held

:>lnts. Bobbv Whi'e: 4. r-;m- St. Ail*. -10 14 7 839 \OWJ.ING > 'cnntrlljuMpiiK.: I $;. o'clock. hinters', beiivr" Tal,tnk"u for I In ILimmonton.( ) N. J.'Ith
BUS Mc[ rod P 7216.Bn"I'I' .. 3727&H' one rnniou.i ihiulonnd The roimUtd" earns 1A '7'nr ldt'nt.'i,1' DeWitt rr. .JnnM Funeral
\ resulted
m"tt Akrldse :3. and StC't':1k,1' I --- ." oiJe! program of :
I 'II" er of his out- : Home In charge] of a!1'1'1'0111''-
: 2.Plltthl'. 1.02IclJl'od; : W 721(5 ., four ten minute talktrue Puvlan roulette-' accounted
) ; on n 21 polnl drive !: :! ( ; Whit'. 2-0-4: Ill dd1si.; .COM' TES1.1L u\: ( :: I; worlts.lb.dlffercut tyvrfi IIIe tll'lu'f'n' by four for ;, BI1 eun-Y for 8. and ments.HOUSEHOLD.

In the flual porlo) Covo Saturtlav! the Tornadoes 0-0-0; T.itnli.: 21-B-47.[ / Ui> ,al, )lijj/en1; paint: Ira.'l\ ( I Ia ( me on you famous artist I'rlHOn. It I la aimed nt reaching ''n 10 firearm accident., i I
.St. AirsSterllivs.: 4---10:! ; '.. k.- 9nnht.'911\ niidienccfl.! of teenagers\ 'The Game and Fresh Water''
almost' )pulled one out aKalnst: ,w' {fo\ir\) \ \ of, iii.4 more widely
flip torch Blue Devils. Wiyn": : Wood 3-2-8: Reese; 4-0-8; ,}yti5 dt'n-t'J'ev"lr' :Faun \vprk9. with true example! of what.. Fish Commhslonsets as a1 I

MeLeod:: the Tornado's: !' lead- V.iiihn: :H-l-7: Taylor 0-0-0; l. !Suf7''wtthta 602 let. been to of eunlil well, hfli}>;p n to thertn If clearing; home! 'and COl'dlna.// PESTS -
hlc: scorer\ ramp thrmuh: () \ with I Peeily.; : 30Tot'll.; .. 17-5-38. dutfley 'WUhapts." J11 his top effort of the, OOTSOII ]lplers -u-Hlx 1 501. I ,' thought and action pnH rl1'". Ing' amid gaiety> lusti-uctor.t In a.. -
with 31 I!slat.a. He hit 13 of : JV Cagers Cams> 'Ttfl" i;1 ta': A" rana:COf\'ert produrtltn< Operation TI'I'tajfcr09 Florida. The Ci>mml.wionmalntalii.1 I i u
17 field oals\ for, n fjutaslic7fi 3 to' I by ;+rlpylek'i'tne.\ teal'Iatute orlxlnateil) aid() designed for It statewide net
pei cent and haute I down Wal Kdnjoivtson\ -t-olllu the young people. but It also work of frtstructor/ 'A ho conduit '' C.rrlq
Pair \ '
Split two of the World '
7 1 44 1 !
valuable '
in },I'bolln1l'h.J'I'r!'! P.iul i y ** ftn' :'I tI If*, rojofr, and > | ; : ", carries u tntnajge safety tralfilnjt( orh8rams\
McLctxl, () I pullc:! :"wn2\ rr- dolph .I}epW) ", play- musical for adults and, persons of alllilt" on'a local l, level for"interisted\
Briicllnnl'.s\ JUlli"r.trl'lt .:'OI1 I are Invited< by Ilov. 1 n. .
( }
Bl 1I ndiiti dun owner
b-JUnds! for t lops In llv.it 1 ccj |" \ WIUV615. ?.
| rtmmt.' howevi'i1.Slarkc \ I (eaurrt split!) a pair during: Uie Teninje'r': !r, and : :Ii.. yin wiiftt) t.. Ramsey, punter of the Accoriljit: :! to W B. Cope-
taped the, Devils 1JI: *week benllnu Overi Cove ent 'Tcl, ltbtie\ 'split 2i2. ( ( '" runous nnm iihllo-ipphers two of churolj" t to (iltf-ml the ,lirogramSoturtlny Icrtd. ComnrU"i Chnlrmnn. '

four' \ point. 21-2.1.::!: at the hnlf :-I\-in and loslna to St. Au' U'iI the Lhlr\ :' Mtnnils' > ; of .tli"lr' night.Bigamy the lack nf training In ftreaimwfety '\ .

and! f-11 10) points further bthlid '- I tine 30-29.:!: !clvlnu: them six .F.I'titc P1Tc" ,( l ;yl1h ,.t1 world\ of cnWrlftu-thouuht. ; 14, a 'major .cause: of ,
dm In*; th- third peilodvvlen I win\ B'inlnst nine defeats Li 3. I wt,1k"'f'\'J'nll' :: IXvta wai I, .! traveled I TrialIs many Acetd"ntJ'ety') yar,

Orern C.we. Out-rru'erl. Scorlnwas: well divided L : .- for Ifprilllerrftr\ *lth Bft) bl/ni you .ever than the and tniiiteri: Who have; received Phone964e3965;
them 23-13. The BUS livenearly I ''I'tnlnsl (lI'ren1'\ Siitunlii.v) < II'I'r .,' P' .t I't I tIUgIMii Stste! JayctCK' f. County Court\ PostponedThe trntnlntrare' (seldom included i
made It, however. In I with Johnny Warren ieHttii! 4 Dnw.Tlte in the annual! firearm Casualty -' :
.I .Hni TgllnidN 'ent4 \ ;' M.; "LrrxlII14iiet.l4lrN I ) coUJ- trial of Arthur W. .
the final elaht minutes n' 7 pdinlt. Bruce Jar ksun 6.( }:: \1\1.\U' four. Qvni) Rayburn was ; many Bpoks have Rf1 c
they played c-atch-np basketball I Gary IlainJItoii! 5' WllllnmScnc mow.!: phlal,
and outscored the 131uc : tlns: 4. and Dll; Adnins 2.Seocnhn Tilevlliy Might) '.. '> : +'llVir; "tired; :4:1': nenlpYlhad! A 5 J3 / 7 I. on bigamy: charges: would rncournneall' parents
Devils 24-12 nnd Jackson; both 't % (( v ,r(1;T nfl f JI:: 1\:11t, ""'n 1 :. pail r".p, seen Ihww-Ttte( /:' ,sit; e lowraphlNI.I has' been pastroivd 1 until too: require their 'children to: PlorMaPest
blli( mulnst firr n Afjitunliv ,iml ..l. jJ''I Ii.mirs.., I Match IS. I
$ : have
t.H' \ ) : proper firearm training'
:Mike flat thol f n I line, floo: Iud 7 i)oI tit, in tinloslir;: effoit .III' I! B I U"l'.U- '01. with B 1 1 1Sinclair1 '; I IruM. :
) 50134. I'I'\\IIIrR'nr. The trial was orlnlrtAlly
; before
Ulan wat fie top performe- I iiKuinit Bt;t AirmsliiiP nnd! c Jilbrother I'ltul'Turvclay' ylion ,,llli J t hull I 111 I4 .IHloi.I'I rack, ; FrillkIl : I Inl'\t. I stvln{ them aeccss to .
I \ : I
eqg ( ; Oem Jewelry 42-42:! : scheduled to b* held Irt Clr. The name and ad.il'r.qI''
pointthole ( W.irren) ha!' fi Stev Rhoden I Uiy-ie! liii tx-tli-r, tluui',, fin IK |...lit! 1.tvraaa, fur< 1 17 .n'.wn'emill \ .-. Vlrtor.v: (('H-tr 'stiirk"1\; I T.: : I0Faulkner.! : 41- cult Court on January: 23. But of firearm !Jwfet? In tnlr'I')' I Control :

Dan Bowl's hart t 17 'i.id\ .11 Jack points for Nesblt the and Jacketsiv'illi R Ir:,-1...' tin* 1..rhlul lM-K( In M-nrliiv while real. it, ..Prgnd.,! I I'unlli'uls I Bnimjnett'a 66tertlji': ; ) 'r. 40-14: Clay It wu postponed( upon therequest Are!! available upon request, tai 8 CHEMICAL CO. :
', lilfcti:: ftuthe lo..er3.Rislldlnrs ; 1 / : 10- T4; TTC? 31-50' : of the lUfrnclaiitli1 nlIfolUi the
| Oiiin
t11l1C ) and PnnhFish W..te'
hi I i
The Devils won I th Mi\ errand :Mnilldln each( hud. 9. r""II" ( ) iiHl| it MTuml U rrnrlitk" ; :. 1 ; f ..
: SMP.: : :! I mes, SO-5B.! trlll'Y, V. KnUht. Corn misatm. \." "
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STOCK NO. 61311:
STOCK !' '

'62 FORDt GALAXIE 2-DR. Due To A Fast Start and High Public Acceptance Of New '66 Chcv- '60 FORD 2-DOOR< < V-8

V-s At{'TO.MATK.( : ..t.\I>IO. IIKATEU; rolcts/ We Have Many Trade-Ins That Must Go Now We Would Was AUTOMATIC I Is

WAS $1095 is $895 Rather Sell Them Wholesale In Starke Than Take Them To The Auction! So $695.00< $495.00


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62 PONTIAC 4-Dr. Catalina QUrfJQIi

WAS V-S. Aiiloniiitir$' ; Air Concl. -$ 495; 63 C fc'i.Jp4TON CORVETTE STING RAY ,

18. i K'lOCh( Wi7A;
STOCK. NO.' ( s7A:; ++
$1395 $1195 gCattj ;

a w
I Speed. .:"uliu, 1 IIflter 1 H1'O.i0.( : HI6A $ $1495-() $1295.00 ;

WAS $1095 IS $895 '64 CHEVELLE .:-.. tl _. H -MiMr
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MALLIBU.Sl'Orl< ;NO. .880A q : / fK L i2 : t, -,:.

61 CHEV. 3-4 TON PICK-UP ,
H'fm'lO' (ill A :2-IJr.! lJiJrdtfp..j:!. Standard: L S=
Trins" ,, lUidio. HciiU-r. i'?>". (0 i (C.VI. Heavy Duly Kijuippd &

'63 CHEV. 3.4 TON PICK-UP Was Is

I SNccd| | '; !! 'Only | |
$1795 $1595 $1595$1495-
WAS $ 35o"Y 'is $ 1"lv95 ,

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'60 OLDSMOBILE V-8 '62 CHEV. BELAIR Nell 29!) n d',..I. ":nl'lnt-S I Speed; Ttanv..tutnmatic .
I.Dr.. f 6) tj I. $
I'o\\crnlifle Heavy: Duly Equipped
< 'I'rUn.-'nii.ssion.: Ikidiu( Heater:
$1 00
500 Discount
U Is Was Is
$6 9'V 5 $495 $1295 $995 $1795J)0) $1695.00 .





Heart Of Our Business : What We Sell/ .
". ::501 XOUT1I STARKC; FLA. 'PHONE J :j'oo)

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Services Held Southland( Memorial Gardens I W. H. of Jacksonville and Cltv! of stnrke.. Florida perron. Inleri'ntcO In Mil buxl- t Ii,'r.on. 'J'IH. ri.rllfli'ut I I*' R"in- by tutu 'L tty I'iMiiiiil. ul.. Id..' cllj : _- ... ..
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I Mi1. Andrews::! a bulld.-r: and Paul I ;IInlUJ.L 1 Et)\\"Afl.1.4.' natal or ..... j. U
sr rnrrlvil'
FetOitbuiv.; ; six sis- prof..lon on hTH linil > "i'oro' Uf I. """" ''h il 1 stai" hiKl"' irliln, in' t tin. ''H\, I riAI.IXJNH:: AISOVl I! QL'ANTlTIHS -
January 21 For | rOflactor, c'UJ': at his home I ters Mrs. Emma Crews of City Clark ..dor. tlio nnm, of 1IAYKHOHOCEHT ] I I di'iiiirlpllun of r tin. pruis.'ILand... I Hull I. i i In Stick". l-'Nulili! until lola A! TWELVE!: TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
2t 210CALL
2/3 AND !MAHKCT at Lit U nnmru, in. "a Ii 1-h. It V.M* ujv.ifJ 7101o'"lliel: ; IJ.Af on Tuc.Hl.iyAfirh .( :MONTH PJ.T.10D: nay you write. Coma In and
Elton R. Andrews! | January: ; 13, Alter seveual UatI I Wauchula Mis Oextrudo) Alt- '- Brook<>r. rior'iln. nml the (ox. nrid follovi: ; I I 19Cti it \'. h.kh time The f.ty oj ,;.tiririrf -r"". select' your favorite ESTEK-
,linuiul niuu 01 Ft : run nca tent cf the Intcrust uf each, 13 Cc-.rtlrli: tu. NC). i I"I ..r.tl / .-.. .
IIIIU.-M tic.- \"b: b-iin ) Mid3, Mrs Eival. : pi.LI 1 all uUI: r "ei--J .1)U" ) I tlio rgnt to ,O.CLI p[ 01 i j j..'. tbn
I ... .. .
:;: il d tau lv d .. I" t'EI.F.nn.\.t'iI.
i will be n. H flil( >Wi.. \.r ..i 1 'i.uarKI.n. I 1/1,1,11.. .i! d ,id r.-iu
Ff4." ""ul I I 'i/lie--, |I'I''i :Kir.: 11R i,, l ia. tuia in uiuUioij Coma* I ."c EJwarcU Mi ; Ola M..e I., thr Fi.iufd. ..i f Bond. Tiunti".. '" N-\\rKNilh : I" i rlption, ,i.i i 1': .IX.-H, ';'i -ifIf alouil un. >thi.ipi-u. ,iwUo'., *.tie CITY::> tir>' all(OF 1.1"lil'AHrt."*. / ; KW 1---_. _
AiiJii'tt01'/ < CXtf.; 3. C. I| lie ia tin v heil t>y his wtiu: Railing, unj Mis Buiuilc ur Hit, Clt)' ot lit... I'... F 100'IJ04. ,in ,il l. K.ii.'K. Jr. l. i.f SV..*', "hn" J. T-: ')3. HJJi RKOI:i. vit >i v.'f>Li, :r.:, MKRKILL j EDVH.i.C'it >Kii'VUV \ '. -
were held January two son, tiny and Hhya.i: I Owens of Jacksonville and it (In-. "I'lly Cli'fh'H' Ulll.I I .' IIIt..k. Route I I. nt" >nhr. Klnrldn' : I: -." .AIM "fa.NIIIIIII pit( <. usi.\'rii.y: SoutH I .\1'\\ ) (i-i.: k2i I
at .. florid.i. until 6:00) o. EXTIW:: OP 'INTKKWST' In Hhivli u """,'H""'" 1 I... |tJ. LAJNH: P1 '.'I'J'I'; UAMI'l. :: : Ut SilOWANTED
five brothers, John: of 3tarke :Mrs. Juanita Wellj of WilsonN. .
Bio.i'n.i: J3.i..ilst: C.i.u-'h: inc i !opk P.M.! nn Tufndfiy, the I lit Sr.t'". OwnerNVTfMV Vhilntf./ -
f M.irc-h A.D. I II 0 fl. At O. ,IVOt.) !; ..111.q All I I "? Mid, I wiiportr, i iinlnif, t In
I \\ hlfli I tfnia I and plttcc i nil ltldI .s I I .-p, "1". tT.s.nirt the 1'oniit.v. ut lirinKuril. ::tutiof.
II I, r.v| *>,d' will hi. p."b I iuly (ipi.,ni COUNTY (iJi' rHtAOI"Onn" Klorliliirnl ..
I PrisonersWill i"I anti road .uluud on the ful- Sworn to *0.1 l >ul>Korllii, | ,..-. : "n, "'10:11 vortlflcntn, or c--,- "I Don't Mass This/ Opportunity i !
'"wl"M'' fore. rr.. title 6lh day of January tirivut hnl b,' ruid.'euucd, "'"-
City Fish h and Mea\ 1vjr.vn: MOVTIM: BITPLTOP .. inna! <.,i/i,1nw! ti law, ttiii |I.r 'i>,irty <1.- v H R 1) ii o U; u K BJ1
Market Present FUr.:!.. OIL. APPUOXI i.ffLR n. nnwAnns.NOTAiiy Hi-r.bfd In miuli. ffilll'l.-.I". or'ertlfl.ustro
Will 1elver! to lot In 150-mile radiiia.! Ideal small
JWTIOI.Y mo 000 to ':ooo, o : rri" MC, stnt. of v 111 !)< H,lil Ii. I tli' >"our a :
OAf tXJNS NO. 2 I>'iRHRI.PI Klnrlila" nt 1/nrr My (' hlirlirst, hliltlor! 1 itt t thu inuill.i 1 I II II homps. Limited supply just! obtained from Univ. of Fla
VJEEMEii/ # Fins I i r,::1. 0.(1. Til) O.V1RM> !'' I T< mlmlon' Rrnlrog Rapt. i. I, ,i,,.,.. d i.ir '>n t tli.. rir I .l MontlnvIn ,
SPECIALS Program "SPMCrKICTIONH: OP AM: (. (Nnturliil l R..a1)2f3 .. "m'l Month i.r. Mnr-h' I ling which Sound frame con: truciioi. ., ;; .

KHtCN: PI5TIIOMSI'M: : INHTITUTB lIp S/21' in the 7th ,any "uf March', I 1966.linti"l 2 bedroom ______________ $1,805!
VllKl l ol/f. :\ll'IoJT I ....
this tNt 11. ul .bru.ay
Fmr ''limited C'! Ih? Florida NOT JIVVC' 1I1IJIIBHSfl : tOUD. ) 3 bedroom ______________ $2,295

'7tti. pis3n, : ; will brln-r their 1 HT.Il: C'UNTENT: THAN: CIIARMS! A. Dun 2-be .
8 PBU (TNT: flY WniOUT:; 1\on. .r i ti', "rlO'll nlnrndrurii
Ororntlin Clerk of (circuit (dmrt'
PORK SALEFRESII Topnas-r" t" Till: "I'HTAVK: :NTMHKHMfST : : POll 'r' i.I'ts. county riui .*1a i 3-bcdroom Duplex ______ $3,995i'ILL
:1. ''fonl County Junl-jr nnriPiito : UK; -MINIMI'M:. :- : : OK 0.... "".'" I I.' .II.
.., !;S 4t Z/t\/ % TIIADK Oil FIXAXCK. I'HONK, 378-3131 1 OK
high! sc-hool s'udr-nfs In 41.:; AI.I' IITD Pit iCI-i4;! :Ml'STHE \ \r.-t't,; ""1'11:1"rll"Po: I \;
f'v. : H.\ r.0 ox: JACKSON-, 'that Mm nitrU-t"- rirfiinrnrr th,' WI:1'rEIUSTTE: : !l ) KXGINEKKS: : : INC.: :5TSO.'! : styRtl1llNO
auditorium FHdavrri.piK \IKlr-3 TfTRMINAU: : : I'KIC'R: "f ts'1.',, riilnuln-r,:) ,''''rtlfl- I IYtlr
: : :SIOVKRS\ : P. U. IiOllt( I l l'XI'I'f.! .\.
\ Tlln> < atlnri'I : CON1 : .. '. <6 ,
prp pn J'M'S\ FRI'HIHT: l.Iiitt ia.t.p 1 | 111.1 flll'll .hl. I'll'fl-t ( \f. POI 11111 II
HAMS will be made at 9:15: and IIAI'T AIJ! >\\',\>>'<.'I.' i-at!p" r.ir .tt t i\ d.! .' .1 I t.. u I.i. !"IIIIH,, ] 5..:il.il i 1,1(ii U uill I ,I... r.rp. | <\ (;.\IXE \'UI.I':. 1"1.321,1.(:,, I

C 10'20 a. rncnnerv1sin.. ThiHiild, Boa rul, of Hi.nd Tn.tPi4 "..-
|I ri'Morwn the right to at'i.tjt -
BACKBONE principal C. M. or) pi-Jpi-t any or Oil liUl..
Clark ",aid that sats will: be riUAUH I I 01 I' lit.r, TR!1It
.'ITUF< 1 See
PORK SIDE LB. ivxl'nblc! at both times! for nnv H-TAIIKK. 1"1.1111'\

opivnts ani other Intel.t'st"ltI7.'n" KOWAftna.: 5... 51. NOkGItL;
With RibiFeh :! 11VMHItltll.t.: : I _
who mlg-ht wish to City CI.rk t
2/3 21 210MtTirR I'
Por'! attend. LIr Gulf LifeReprescntath'e

The pro ram, whl"h has .
: TO) 1JRFIIn ;
SausarrMpatWE? ( been effectively p'wipntP'l! In t Irrult {'.....r.rnHt>r,! I _
-' all parts of the state.<, I Iq almel roiiulr. Florlilnt I.. ('hnnrrCane > I i$4$
N"".. 13-997 G
:Tt 1'f'Sr11Inqtf't'nn! el's with \\\\1\\\\
.10 Ann riiyllla linrni'H Ask him how one. Gulf Ufa.
true expmples of Vie( InevitAble I'l.uniirr.. VR Melvin Oltveir'nttif'l. Insurance. policy with Adapt-A-,

:: 3 CGJ slab redut! of wrong attitudes I. f..rnIiutN'TlC'1 / WI\t1\\ Plan can protect your home, '
LB. 69c and actions. : : ':! TO AI'I'CAK' ': provide. family Income, add
To: Melvln Oliver "' ''rn1I income to your retirement.
you sire. hereby nntlfli-d. thai fund or help tend. your children .
Fresh OrCountry 11 Milt fur iJlvnrue. has beun. to college..
ril.-il. agu nUt, y''u In the ahuvt

SMOEE' PICNiCS;} LB.49c :$.. '.10..'C'I.'hiIs, .'. nut\\111 mill lo "rieIseIh lined, Court .ami cause, anil I'ltonen:
... yi.il. u, lira reitulriMl, to puryeI Bmpjr
\ l InK" i nl I .I'| ll.ind, t'I.I." t > *. Office1121!)(!
I f Hi-, I i'n\' I 1 ; of your anxwfr or pleadInif '-
if stiii-Up, F'lorlclH& nl' After 3 p.m.-961.01U:
I h., ,. to the nmiiilulnt nn thiriiilnllff -
"Mull In Stiirlcp. Klorlflti. Bradford .
Pure All Pork ,, Attorney Hon It County T&egraph K \ 881)
Ifl II l"' ,1'1 I: !I'.P, mi. Tni'MM -
Jr. Q ilneMvIll*. !Shari.' .'. .'1...
.1",' I i I'll }1. I'lilfl.' ..I.I'hh'h A. Orten. : .
SFtiOKED .. Florid.l anil, file tho .,.,Igln.! ..)
SAUSAGE 79cBEEF 1.In" a "I pi! u v all/ hlil) r""',.I-.I.1
KaM. 1 will'!" I I., 'i.iil.M' I Iv opi'iii'd 'in.' .! In tilts office of the. lurk of / I
: ::1 .nl; : Ii.i 'I I :, i t:;l lu.: 1 fult"U:;:: : 'I the Circuit Cuurt un or before

PI CM.illlN'fi: : : ; A TWKI.VKl; the 7th day. of I..h'u..y.. 19GB. ..
M'iN'lll' ? "-. ,'1'1" f'l'1'. I.1.'IHI'. ) ..I t h\\|I.". tho llllOK.ttlonx i ofHiild 1
i :_ "oo i pi'''it'' M I>X M t 1\\r .. 1 Poniplalnt' will bp taken I
SALE III-'"iltl: :'>"K: I I\ v 1 TliV; UK ''nnfeffHetl. by you. .
< ,'r."ni, I I"-.: i I Ii' HH.AN'1'K. I ::i 1, This nntlfe'. Hliall! 1.11* publlnh- ?'Z., ec'wZ '
\ i I M I II i "\ \ i\\\ ". i ": oil oni. ,*" patch. "'....Ie for; four ... ..... 'I. I
-'-- .. ..,,, {,
I I. i I :' ''i j \ I: I K 11 >1-.. ("inMeciitlva. weeks In the ,'

ROUf D STEM LB 79c, ,:I I "ui.'.,,I* Ul Ill I)'IVIT'S Jxmiftry 1 Hiudford(!MKAI.lrhnrlen,Diti'd\ thl.I 19 County*6 A 6. Darby 13th Telegraph.day. of I iQUIICl" SSI,'IE :S-CUO J ..GUS: Rt'"w OJS[ i iy.

Clerk of th. fir.'lilt Court 1 ." ,no" y .., .... ,'':. "' ..."..,. ....."... ,..
RIB STEJISi( LB.69c I Duputy I 1M: Ili-nlnh t'li-rk. :\1. Moody .w"I- I

4t 1/13 27iIIl1
20 worth C'I' le..% one insertion Memorials, KosolutioiiM. etc. HIIlay11... in CluNslHe; >l Section:

Chuck Roast t OrSTE1U ", : 411II'! l!-." OK I'KK- (minimum -hiirgi:. ) -....________ 1.00 I'cr word __. ________--______ .0):> $I.AO:' |Pl'r Iii4'h-flrst Insertion.
HO> H "I'PHlll4), I' "'II III'OWNKHH ,
[, LB.49c 1 0 K ,\IIIXM.IIMHIIMIITV : > If not ]paul In wivance--------- $1...,..... IN'r I> I Inch after llr"t I Insertion.2.SO I
f'ard* of Thank*: ( 1'' to MIllinium ) v\riH
: Keyed 1, ('oled., or Mind. adtsnialniuni
Purnnant l I.<.> So,'tlon, 11 of I'hap- .
______ ( clmrxxer ) ------- :
'..r 717. Klord.i, : i Slatuti"n- ( rluirjju) -_ ____ I.'i5: !

RIB STEW LB. ."I ',,'!lul'iflll LllHlloHltlon. Of Koch: uddillonal. ford over 21'.I 'i <)\ 50) words: per \vord_______ .03)
l I"d, i Pr"piriV, Act noIhut -
i Ii hi,".'1j.\ given thioni -
:.preonp., fl-.t..l" below a.pp'or lu Insurance Problems? AMERICAN: HISTORY and FOR AT..E I OLD COINSAp- MAIDS NEEDED: Via' hour I
.. t th.> >rH of unclAlmfdlorHonal : GOVERNMENT: USO BldIRearl Read mix concrete concrete I I pralsal service free. See Manager woik. day $24 a week. Fringe

!STEW; LB.39c ... or. Intangible' pr..rtyI" Call Th Man From"Keystone" I -Mondays 7 to 9:30p. : block house piers, aand, ftaent Home's Restaurant. benefits. Including paid vacation -

\ >0i>)'|'um=" ..."d.w".thv abandoned. Mr. :op ;Sir(i0477-<. C ( m. Required for high school : mortar mIx. roc*. steel Law ley, Fla. Phone 782-9827. sick leave, and group In.

II. Htnrke 1"11i.flllt.nO'1; George E. LaRue diploma. Starts 24 January. cyter shell, 'imer 4k. roof I i 12tp 3 10 surance. Phone 969-3801. Ask
p "i. n"1 O.lIv""y" gravel., lintels HRAC7ORD for Mrs Shaller. tfch"
2tch 1 27lIATTRES
: Stark, Kin. ; -,.0'' 51 .Oi)1 Blrli-k- Kf'ystonfl HeiKhtil F.NO?- CO Phone 984-2521:! 1, ".\ Trlhute of n..I.t'.t|;. ivntl
'and .1. I.. or ll.utle T. Information For All Your ," BE SURE SEE WORLD
\ "onoi-rnlni the amount Consultant HASTINGS !: At I IIl1no I TO

.r dcurrlptlop' of the. Property Insurance Needs.Rcprsentlng & UPHOLSTERY WORKS l'k"I" I To those who wish to purchase BOOK before buying any
I and the, niftn and " WE STOCK A COMPILE LINE OF GROCERIFS the holdor. rnoyi I Iw nbtnlned by 710\ Lemon St. pald.tUtFurniture AT ItEIcEU, RATES
,, ,
Great American In.! Co. I d distinction -- one Payne your local representative
(tny prrMonM ponnoHHlnir an In- A{ FIRK., BOATIJOitE .
''.reef. In the. property by aildriH Te Traveler, IQH. Co. Uenalrert! 'TO. "measures up" to the highest) since 1956. Box 626
.. to Fred. O. 473-4692 Da Upholstered S Iefinishc F.. CONN:" : Fit '
lnK nn Inquiry 'ti J > standards of quality may we Phone! 964-3794. tfchnr
Ili-kifluon.' .fr., Stat. Comptroller INSURANCE AGENCT: '
----- _. <473-4325< Nitts MATTRESSES: REBUILT ofler our sel'vlccs-
------ Abandon-
-- aa AdmlnlHtratnr
= I d I Property, t>lvl..l. >#n. fajrttol$ Auto Fire Home Business! New Innersprinjjs! Uchg Ingrain Memorial Co. NO. 379
"lIahl\.. o.'. Florida., He pure to Monthly Payment. Plan. I
mention aooount number name and Box Springs I X. Seventh' !''It.c1jlU'f'nt TMemorial .. Investors Sp. cla1. 322 acres

and addrest.. Oil. publlxliml. In Drop Cs A Card or Call MARY CARTERPAINTS : Cemetery' Lathe City high rolling laaJ. pine and
: this. notice. ('BI.... ''proof' of I COINS WANTEDBUY PA .XTRA KA: 5-9ISO( ,I 52wks 20/66' oak timber Small private
owner hip' In. prp."I..d. 'n. thi <
ILLEGALFor SELL TRADE AFTHl 8 P. M. lake. Best of 10 minutes
holdi-r by April 201!) 8. the hunting.
"property will ,be delivered! tuthe 21-hr.' Apprnlna! Service'. for MRS. PEGGY !SMALLER WILL DO IRONING In my I drive t to: city. Just $100

AdmlnNtr'Xtor.: Th..r..tl..r.nil yifur o\A\ cohM free of charge 209 E. Adklns St. home Fhra.t.le:. Mulberry! per acre. Small down payment.NO. .
further ('hLlmem t.t be dln -
>i-ted to th.V( A.lmlnlntTi\tor.FHF.D DELOTE'S DRUGS R1..rkfl. At?it phone J1B4-B932 :2tp! 23 : 381 1

: O. PICKINHON(:;! ;'/ .. AH. 'KeystoneMALE Ibl-ht., 4 acres 2 tillable! 6 room
Any Person Persons Administrator' FOR SALE Good business Complete Line FOR RENT-2 bedroom con- bungalow fully: furnished. ,

or to Engage in 2/3 2t 2/10 KELP WANTEDMenIn and residential properties In. ofPAINTS crete block: house. Tile floor. Many. out buildings. 2 miles !'

good health age 21 to 60. 8 Starke. Improved and unimproved hot water heater[ space haat-: from Starke.
Only 8500.
nII11Tft \T1OV OF hour day, 5 days week. Two H. V. Knight. P. 0 ANDSUPPLIES er 632 Plnewood I Drive. Will
Under A Fictitious Name Unless the. underxtirned. being duly weeks paid vacation state re- Drawer P. City tfcha redecorate to suit tenant -- 2117 N. Temple Ave.

sworn, do hereby" declare un- I tlrement and Social SecurIty. E. N. Osbome. phone (9346601. -
SALE 10 land 100 I IU S. 3011]
of nil FOR acres
er oath that the names 1
fhe Name Is Write or contact Personnel I south. J. xr Bim-avds.< Jr Da: > For All Purposes 4tp :2 17 Phone 963-3431:

RegisteredRead ..rz=. --- Department< Sunland Training phone 964-2321: Nlte 069-1924! :! WILL DO WASHING. Iron-
Center. P. O. Box 1150. Gain- tr, Via Hand and
,I, i !and mending In my home Myers Power ToolsArea
This Florida Law 12 Wides. j' FEMALE HELP WANTED u Power Tools worth Reasonable.phons 964-3524.:Mrs. Holllngs- I.iunmimei-4 Heaclqunrtera! For

I : Pinter Tool*
TV SERVICE 4trhn 2 17
Age 21 to 54; good health. I Phone 961-R201 t :McCiilIiM-h. Chain Saw.
hours day 5 days week' ; Min.I .
Custom Made 353 N. TempleTKAXSrORTiVTION ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS rumps AWntrr: SyMtrininrlKRi

For Florida Ltvfaif ,I education 10th grade: vacation Ry built to order. Machine work A :Stratton Engine.Rental. "

T* shall be unlawful for any person or persons an defined he....., to sick leave ani retirement 'I 1 Boat Motor and Pump re- Sal,'. Mersice"'

engage: in business AS herein defined under a fictitious name a* herein d.- ct! More benefits. Write or see Personnel Southern :Marine\ & TV : / : l pair.- Brawn's: Repair ShopI 230 N.E. 16th Ave.'

(hi.d. without! and YOU I Manager/ Sunland TralnIrwr Keep your party togethercharter : I 1, Box 333 Starke 'IKinssIcv : fi.ilne"\ille 370-341 1
unless said fictitious nan,* shall be registered with the For Your $ $ S : Center P. O. Box 1150 TV Technician a Greyhound: bus Cal' Rt. tfchsr.V. .

lerk: of* the circuit court of the county: where the principal place of busineMIs. No Salaried or Cent OalnPMl1e: Fla: 4trhcr :2 24 David Gunter Lnry Conway Orevnnund' 964- Lake l tfch"FOR

wilH. registration shall consist of filing with the rlerk aforesaid missioned 4031 or night 9'14-1\H.( Laz y SALE or lealle--Lal'/fc/
an alfJttavi'l EmployeesDAD PLUMBING AND REPAIR Conway Fh-lni Service tfchz' .T. S. :301 FROPLRTVWell :
bedroom frame l1ou' s.'ur-d: !by all interested persons, stating under oath the names oLll < WORK. 11 years experience Fast Service drained Lot 210 fet:!
& BRAD LARSEN lot. Fenced back: yard nev
the interested In the business Calvin Starling, phone 964- *" PUKE OIL COMPANYHas : I )n North side of HUhway.
enterprise the tent of the Interest LIKE TO WORK Guaranteed Work I :aof 748 Westmoreland St
B901 4tfthar' 2'17'I two b.\" snn-lr! stationfor wo bedroom house, water.
of each and the fictitious Reasonable Rates I phone pR4-Sft tfclv
name under which said business Is or
carried Walnut and -
: lese at lights. plomblnj. Ideal site. .

I on. Paid' repistratio.i may not be made until the person
to en!Knee: in business l under a fictitious name shall have advertised his Excellent: condition. Phone i Call Travis Mathls.\ Jarkjonv'Ilw wood beds! Ivory headboard: 'tie, Reasonably priced. with

their !intention$ to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four or All Sizes on Display 471-4S01!\ Itrhc aBL.ACKBE1IY PI ANTS for'I SRrt-lill! I tfohiI ; $10 ea. Good condition. .' eims. A. J. Thomas, Realtor.
Tel. 964-5701!
((4)) consettitive weeks in some 8.10-12 Wides I sale.! 20c In pent cups: bare-1 1 I I ORDERLIES. & AIDES I metal twin beds $14 ea. com
FOR 1 bedroorr
newspaper as defined law RENT '
by In -
the county plete. Barnhllls 21.
) 1i Baths I root lOc a plant. Mrs W A I||I WHITES: *2 50 set. Shortsleeve I
wnero salri registration i ifl to be made and apartment couple only o1 ml So Kpvstone It'
mid' registration ah all not I b* and Expandablea Stern. 061-3531 2tchu 1227:! :! ,' 1 shirts 15-15H. Pant I 1'QR RENT- 4 room unfurn-

| accepted by the clerk of the circuit, court except'- upon receiving proof of with one small child. 438 E waist 32. length! 31. Phone: I NEED CASH: Sell famou ihed duplex rpmUment. 708
:Madison St. or call 969-238r! .
' mien FOR. SALE-3 bedroom; C. B. rAke St. Call thi4f964.For .
publication. New and Used after S p. m. It 1,27, house, corner lot. Lots of pe- 964-fiBOI Ext 4PS.! Itcha I Knapp Shoes. Full or par
time. commission
"an trees. Desirable neluhborlood. FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame I High plu .
8Yr. financing! available $5.00 on West Call St. Phone house at Lawtev. $75 down. no I bonus. Complete line for met Sale- The Miwt .C mplele

If FREE 11H1301day atnirht 964- oualtfvinar. Call Phil Black. I and women\ Equipment furnIshed Stock of FKhlnjcTtuklP

you are engaged! in business under any name Use Our Rental-Pur I IN' TRADE 1732. /2toh 23 Ph. 359-2H04: :! 2tha 23' I I free. Write Em. F In l.I.allonUC'E'n.thi" Area- Convenient -.

Pierce 18 E. Steele. Orlando
On Tackle "
chase rian-Payments SINGER: DIAL-O-MATIC: r FOR PALE-2 bedroom completed Fla 32804 Itchr Sold Open Utfl .\ft rnl1on.

other than your own, and have not had this name Under $50 Per Month ,C'lieokwl.u-t Speckle our' Store Perch During CONSOLE :MODEL SEWING frame haute. at Hamp- See' l'" For All! Your
FOR SALE OR RF.NT-3 bed ..
\L'CHINEIu.' : t place In ton. $50 t down no qualifying. Flthini N ..U
Feb.' Just
Sign your 'our area. A-l shape. Zlszass Call Phil Black collect. Jack- I room block house with 2 lot FIRESTONEI3IMEDIATE

properly advertised and registered will be mmMotile Name At- buttonholes fancy de- .nn"l11p_ :tlCl."IIn4! ?t..hl! 2 i 1 1I And 50 ft. swimming! poo'

\we / FIRESTONEIWfore Isns etc Sold: new for over I j I Furnished or unfurnished se

Yon Go Fishing 300.! MUST SACRIFICE. I FOR SALE-3 bedroom C. B. } A. C. Williams at William : OPENINGS:

glad to give all Information Home SitesAVAILABLE UelL'l.lf'r' Today! ,Just pay balance $62, or assume house. Large family room. ''i .Tcn'pirv tfrhi EARN!: $30.00 to $40.00 a week

you necessary as (to $7.80 monthly payments closed earnge.Double] lot. Most i TWO HOUSES for sale o n your spare tlm
FOR SALE FcnJer Guitar .Vlll take older machine In desirable location. :M. A. i tow for capable ambitious
rent. in Starke. See J. T
amhllfler and microphone Payne. 204 S. Olenn St. Phon vomen representing Avon
what should do.BRADFORD Tade. Call Credit Manager: !
Full Lake Privileges Quigley 415 Mable Street
you cheap!:! Phone 289-4441. U..hl TOLLECT. Jacksonville 359- 964-2701 until 4:30: p. m. 964- Phone 984-2661 2tchar 2'If osmetlcs. Write Mrs. Oulda
Exempt- 1946 night or day. Will de- 3794 after 5 and weekends. C. Sweat P. O. Box M7 Live

Financing FOR: SALE-4 year old mare liver. No obligation.TRRIOATTON1 tfchg FOR S.\LE-1955! Chev.. new ')ak. Fla.

med. size, extra nice. saddle REDUCED PRICES FOB tires battery and fuel pumr

Lake Geneva and bridle $250 1 or trade jot PIPE ap- Skating Parties of 10 or more I I Body rough. Good 1 transportation !TOR" SALE-3 beiroom:! housen

I cattle equal value. Dolph Red nroxlmately 600 ft. with couplings !at Fun Spot Roller Rink I $150 See at 122 WW! Saratoga Heights. Small

I COUNTY?! TELEGRAPH Trailer Sales : dl h. 964-8835. Itr and heads: $150. White- Fairgrounds Starke. For Information Call. itr 1own payment. Phone 964-

I nsck. Rt. :2, Box :210. highway' call 084-9901. 6471. tfchg

CHEVROLET Pickup Truck! 227. lIp 41-rhv 2 >.* VALENTINE SKATINO PAR
I On Route IHO. One Mile SIC: I'' 'S5'Ith rebuilt engine, new I ( TV at Fun Spot Roller RlnfrFairgrounds. \LL TYPE HEATER SERV-
Keystone Heights FOR SALE 57 Chev.
.. truck type tires and helpe: Will :! Sat. Feb. I2tr "CE. Farmers order
: =---- := Open Sun. & Evenings do moving aol hauling 2 dr. H. T... :283.! Clean. (rood your
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FA ___ --= I I !springs! $350. WMtenack. Rt. -have van truck. Call 964- condition. Call 473-4277 KeyI I p. m. til 10:30: p. m. contin strawberry pans now. Thompson -

2, Box 210 Highway 227: Up 2323.:! ltp stone. I uous. Door prizes. Adm. SOc) Sheet Metal Works. Phone
up skates Included. 2tp 2J10: 939-4021 or 964-8641. tfchgE


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I U..IU! now I am in the Veter- .f > (<:n. .slviivin! ,: a 7.20 peiI 1
1t .111" lIo..piLal I I cent incrc.is. I.om $15 859.2u! THE RIGHT POINT tor the ,

r Please put this notice in collected last Dcember: as i I way you write. Come. In .m.1wolecl ,j

your good paper) ata.lngohy\ 1 compared: with 20173.30 for I ynur favorite l:>. ri'HliKOOK -

i have nut wxitun. unit! my the sumo, month In 1961.Altirhui / ( ( fountain .*..n. TE1.E"; '

11 .O.41L"1"' Wuiuu. .iow: LU iiavoI Count' 'I.I;1 a ( Itt'll

(The following: speech, delivered by retiring Chamber of Commerce president c IVE'Our.OMORROW'.' I it-i let's Irom' uy oia mtn.s.: 22.91 per (r-nt ain; ; Baker
i Luru lJ, Molirj C I1.tl.. 2051
Charles : : per note: : an'
Sawyer at the organization's annual banquet, carried such a, needed mes-
'. j Vv.'U.-Ulll.-i+ ..iOl.J.Ulli :'nI' n C )J' n'v. 0 ,.35 ,i", i- :n''
aage that we are pleased to carry It In our editorial column this week in the liupa :?: C
; i Mel lull, lid
that those who did not hear It Saturday will read it now.) ,,I l
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The Lions Become Fat! ; -', '.. { allows:;, Increase: I iiijIIt! $

M j' For December .'-;<'.':!"'; """ --'P'"

There has never existed In the history of to meet for the purpose of having: a membership -
organized: civilization! to i Bradford and:! its n"l I (fhbor-, Plaza :
a people compare drive !In an effort to hlC&case our I
.n-. ; ('01n11.:: -$ fhowe.i: n h-iMhy:
with us Americans There has never existeda membership and to increase our Income.
sicrcasc\ in sales: tax <'bllc'-: Barber
cult, race, tribe, breed, or nation with Fourmen came to each of the meetings. ion for De.-cm'jcv IOU::>, asf Shop ..:

the tenacious desire to accomplish great Ballots were sent out to the entire memo <:inparcd; with l! the: sam"" Starke Plaza

things as exists in Americans. There has bership for the election of a board of di ''n nth In 1934. Near Winn.Dhie

never existed a nation with the religion, rectors. Sixty per cent of the membership Clay County 11'the(\ list

moral courage, wealth, friendship, and be. participation. Now, before I get myself too D-rcenlape\ ul'! > with .in in- Andy Dobson

nevolence as exists !In Americans.!! These deep into hot water, this trend! Is not a \r use from $2i.DB3.25,) : I.) $23- Proprietor

same qualities are true of the American singular one. Churches, civic groups, vot- "S7.42.; a Rain of 35.14 per YTRTIWSAGE{

: who reside in Bradford County.The ing precincts and other organizations: everywhere cent. AI'PHEC'L\Tlm) ,. /

past year has been rewarding. It are suffering from this same indifference Bradford was second in rate.,

,,I has also enlightened me to a growing feelIng so I am not tagging us as apathetic -
I of concern. My concern is that the loners. I am saying that it is time we

torch of accomplishment which should burn made a decision. It is time to decide whether -

in each of us is becoming: a mere spark or not we want progress. Progress In J [( : #

That the desire to serve, is becoming the our economy, political responsibility religion, (

I willingness to be served. This, I realize is recreation, beautiflcation of those things/

a negative approach but let's examine it which everyone in this gathering wnnts for

for a moment our community. But, I'll say again, these

I When early Christians were marched Into things don't Just happen; they require continued

the Roman Lion pits they needed only to concerted effort by all of us. If I s /, j
ler5 -
deny their loyalty to Christ to be saved. know our Incoming president, --nnd If I
know people I know that t Ld.Ir tJxeL
'The lions became( fatVhen! the Indians you our decisionIs K % ,
tried to drive going to be to change our course from
early settlers
from their
Will It Come To This? R'
'homes, our forefathers fought them with one of apathy and indifference to one of

''hoes and staves and by Joining together positive accomplishments.Now (News!! iten : A Harvard() psychiatrist.; 1 Dr.> :Morris\ ( Chafetz, that 4ii'thL
could not be driven assuming we have made our de- says
from their
land. When
schools should teach students the techniques{ of social drinking startingat
the British Government tried to unjustlytax cision to progress let's be aware of a few the elementary level.) f

the early Americans, the settlers made facts. There has never been a worthwhile '.

tea sippers out of sharks. When Japan decided goal which did not necessitate sacrifice In I .....,..
to some way to some one. To bring about the fortunate (enough to be givena
wipe out the United! States
Navy, Farmer's
draft boards could not handle the flourish progress we all want Is going to requireour Diary parcel or mllnlclpl1ovcrnment of land by/ the county WHY KEEP THE NEW CAR

of enlistments When Russia fired its first willingness to sacrifice a little golf By Sam McGarvey entities in which they are looted -

Sputnik in the mid 50's, the United States bridge, fishing, hunting, and money. It also or by some! public spirited YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR

has caught up with them in only 10 years. means that we are going to fail in some of with bolllnK. water and after citizen Is 1. Perhaps we may

These are very dramatic metaphors, but for the things we attempt. We are going to placing: it tenderly around the be so fortunate! So far how- WAITING FOR YOU ?

every act of national courage there has have to per.sue!'! every avenue of action at pump, covered It with the ever no offer has: been made
our to pillows again. bv anyone or allY group which
been thousands of local actions Just as bring about the changes we would adequately meet our Replace your old car with that new one right
all want them. Then
when do
heroic Just as cournpeous. What accomplishes we all these Soon afterward, the lights!/ needs. One publlc-tnln:'.. now and save on the over-all cost by
these arts? Selfless service! The things, we will have only begun. To givean flashed on, the water pump citizen made an offer, but th coming in and getting one of our immediate-
willing-ness# to put the needs of the majorityover example of what we are up against In took to pumpln! and the dan- parcel of laud was too small:!
the desires of the individual. The will the field of Industrial development, we are "T was over, temporarily' at Wi! don't need to rent Iii:, action bank

ingness to exert our personal efforts! to benefit competing with an estimated 35,000 cities, .p our community. As the Rotarians: putit counties, and agencies to land new industry.We How did you get through h" tim of writing mid-day pay pioperutuxes' ihu-, .n.ii.-, .\ AUTO LOANS !
: "Service above self." can readily see what the odds. How the Bin! JVeeze! of '66V" cnn-'nv.' th- trmnerature 1 I' Ina the rent tan. hi :i
ever the community that is willing to for- i i ,iii'i, i w re as lucky asa tri 1110fl'p""ln'' !'. en'i'(.:., least( In nl! c-i) \uh i i'I' .
In the past year much has been said "\ .- l> i i- flll Ind'cattins' It will h" -,11, 1 1i i'l ,' I '.\' 'III-, .. ,,| \III < )U ,N '. .
get the odds! and work cons'stertlv' .,1'
about the progress of cur community. Much : niim'oc: ; ,f yean; which hi1.IITI i ,< : "M 1 11(1:1\: rri'vn'n'' lull' !!in-. "
has been said In a negative manner In diligently is the community that Is producing li.-.i: \\.i-iv, ; 11.11,1 iiui I i i.'illllllllti'M.' \ t n

speaking of the Chamber of Commerce and new Industry and other commun- xt:?nsve''amnce.! Tw n thnr! which helped' In ar' inntcd Li ,r n turn:\! FWEIDA
Its ity gains; and I, for one, know that we t'i,-, pmp'' BPiicy! were a little, a new huildln( :t n,'''iot, ,"r, .- .
activities. Let
me add that I am not
are going to be among the communities trying We had warning Saturn:! kerosene; lamp, which provld- 'effectively until the', r in I .
referring to difference '
of opinion been use the hardest.I night that It was coming an'1 -supplemental( ]light! to thlashllRht. tee for site selection\ im-ct, ; j BPA N'K'' "tT" rS.T'A
criticism I R I'E.'
constructive in health .
Rather tam
the fact that With SU3C.PS.S. '
guess what I am trying to say Is that after the late show on TV ; and I .
referring to general negativism. I respectfully Rome was not built in a day and the most Sam turned the outside faucets T use gas for cooking, which Perhaps tho County CVm, I Ir

submit that the progress and accomplishments Important and necessary ingredients to our to drippiiisr, and went tbo. ,- nn also be used( to provide mfs'loners will look our wir OQ: of J t 8"nju of tljc! FloridA National' Group
of the Chamber of Commerce .-.' not woiryJnR! about tlv ome" heat by. menus of th:? n hen they make A dnclslunto n>
are and will be directly proportional to the success are patience, loyalty, and consistency. water pump as In cold weather ';as stove. r the loco linn of the r..1"-JI'r'r. -4jcri11 ft' h.ul'lioce
( .it Corp.
There is no place on earth like our our heat pump runs enough >iirtho' work, loyalty find selfless service '
by community. I am sure that none of us!! to keep the pump workingand Thus when our electric( Roes nln" the committee for, '

the memberihln. I further submit that the would trade it for any other. We feel tint from freezing u;>, .,frf which It does infreqncnt- chamber) lilt.' selncMnn -, -'.-- .-. -- -- .. ..- ..... .. .- .,.
lock of support will breed and nourish what way, not because of what Is here but who |I ''v Flit enough times to mat- '1 i n looktnor for sites! up and 'rr .

has been bred In the past-slow progress is here. I have said these things! tonightnot The forecast: had called far 'erl WP still have om<> moans -''own Tormjlo VI'I1I1' :r" ,11 \
brotigrht about hy the sincere and honest about fZ tl" reel In the morn: f h -:ntin; nnd (cooking.TncHnfi'lv more recently on Fn-st(\ an. .: ,
to complain nor to destroy but because' .
!! West/ Call nn-l Fn, -t and) WMadisTi ...
efforts of perhaps five members ing. but when h went to be-1
per year.
I know that this community can do what it .' our little : Pn, lb'v th" <
war rMw '1 to only 40 o h \ During this past year 20 business men wants to do. Whatever we decide to accomplish sum:1 ,
were asked to submit a list of their suppliers we can accomplish.With had slowed up and not penetrated M 1"na me now: It Is now the new /coiii'lhoiis", will: brhi't! no ,r1 .
j to the chamber office. The chamber a positive!' attitude linked with the this far. But at thq '...> Breaker: us In going out property under consld"ratlor i j

j was to contact these companies In an effortto desire for success!! and the willingness! to time the wind WAS roqrlnT\ In 'fir! tlt! pap r Sun 'ay morn- '...I" suitable!! for chanib"! : i! ,/ 'M tsef.

lure their plants to Starke.. Three businessmen pay the price, there Is no end to our potential horn i the north and it sounded 'ii/ i' had to br 'ak through location. ... i
responded.On accomplishments. Let's cold. he Ice In our driveway. Cc; n Kinv! the blsfT38t:: : nre/
challenge our- I
In IOfHJ will be to( rto some s
two occasions 22 persons were asked selves to "feed the lions."
But shortly bfore dawn t hill'! abut the existing disgraceful
Alice callM out that the rower -\ situation our pre-

was off nnd Sam: scrambled+ (! <-iit chamber quartern.Slncri/ .
Filling The Cultural VacuumTwo out of brd. know-inn! that the I "'ly.H. ,

water pump end water! pl-pr- F MI' ell, Jr., Chm.
were In danger! or fre'y.'nal'! Site Selection! CommitteeFor
apparently unrelated-and yet Decent; surveys through the schools and bursting. A watch V new C of C
somehow closely related occurrences have shown that a vast majority of ed that thciin-"'it ',> ,1-1'h'W-1' Dean vti! !,fa< '

took place here this week.A students are culturally deprived. As off about two hours and a II I han if' whyJ, Dr', 11 OoiH"

move to incorporate a non-profit stated in the application, "The only check of the theromomcter( no Ioner( ''P'' L .tl"I'<*' I Hil,'" I I., i, able t tr write my
within showed It was at 30, or possibly !'!- !the: editor I -I'-J, 1 -ay it's b:- cclumn' 111..111.. some time.
Bradford County Historical Societywas tangible cultural exhibits our
lower. ''cause( the" .- no desire lay
started at a meeting Tuesday! af county are those annually displayed I17ra I -: "I t t l"d t i..at'11 t you.'' ,
ternoon-and, at the same time, final during the Bradford County Fair. Mupeums -
Inn! ;! the plp- In the I'm tui- tat even yew ",
touches were being put on an applica- art exhibits, dramatic productions house was no problem but I I'|, mart: reallss: by now tha' r '"

tion to the U.S. Department of Health. and other culturally oriented ex- setting the water out of the'1' It wasn't Jii'-t the Republican't:

Education, and Welfare for federal hibits are available only in cities! some pump was another for If It who: lost Insi t ;

funds to use for planning and developing 30 or 50 miles distance-out of the was drains: thre mt-; ht be a was every freedom-loving ', I 'I I
problem in priming:; the pump I American.Ve have now Rone
a countywide cultural enrichment reach of many. :
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toward i
again. the road I
tar down
center in the school. "It is apparent that only through complete] subjugation, there )

Although the sponsors of these two up-grading our economy, culturally, After uatherinr! batch of loem't seem to be any pointin i -

projects:! are not the same, they both and educationally deprived students old newspapsrs.: Sam: wadded: talking about it : Ii '. Jj'

have much in common-to bring to can we hope to lift them from the mire them around the p'imn andj. :; May God have mercy on our Charley I .. -

students and adults alike an awareness of continuous poverty, welfare, per- then built a regular: nest over ,,, grandchildren.Mrs. ,. ,. ,

of their great cultural and histor- sistent dependency, underemployment the machine, hoping; to keep I Glen Duke E. .I f r .t
ical heritage. poor and inadequate] housing the wind off it, and to keepit 2517 Davie Blvd. 't- ,

The sentiment at Tuesday's meet- and unsanitary conditions as well above: the freezing mark. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Johns .
And then he had an inspira .., .. .. .... .. I I
Ing was to jro forward, without delay, as an increasing; rate of crime and tion.
Dear Mr :
in the organization of a historical society juvenile delinquency," says the report. 0 S In regard to your recent edi- You'll just love gentle electric

that has already been too long The movements started this!! weekon They say that If you keep I torial with picturescon-

delayed. these two fronts should do much to old things for seven years, cerning: the status of our clothes drying. it's flameless !
The furtherance of the school pro- remedy the cultural vacuum in which vnii'll find! a use for th<-m. We Chamber of Commerce taulldn about thi-t question| ( : .

ject will depend whether not of people-as well as had some old pillows stored; < In Starkc: as you may
upon or many our young Saves lugging 2 tons of wash. walking 40 miles a year.
'ourt awards for
no-flv! In a closet and they ( personil
'sn'owthe committepe to select
federal funds under Title III of Public adultsnow exist The communityhas
rrowM; to be Just what was i suitable alto for new chamber :\I injury or death in liability flame or fumes BO it needs no flue.
Law 85-10/ are made available for everything to gain by supportingthem Better than sunshine, more
n"ec'ed to protect the pump. quarters: has ben: func- !suit-+ are now running
cheaper to
Your Cheaper to buy use.
planning and development. both. able. So convenient, day or night.
Drt" those p'lliws' n-ere wrapped !i tlonlnT now for about 12 i to :$;; I fH1.fHIfI :"mr r! more
arrmnH It. Sin heaved' a months Th" rommltt-e has automatic electric dryer will end wallhAdd to your joy of modern electrioday's
I 'Thi-t 'is the '.'roritpst finantl.'l -
sigh of relief. :I clft"d thr"'i'!h proposal after' weariest chore,! living with the Flameless Four: Dryer,
rKJ hit< ,' t
; : mo-i |f4.1-.1
proposal In an attempt to out Hotter Washer, "sit-down" Ironer and super-
Clothes dried electrically come
( ed ,to ,loil.M..: Ir'-e-
Koww 'it1' I."> ln<-i'.i- come un \< lth suitable artanzmnts and fluffier than from the clothesline. fast, 8uper- afe Water Heater.GGAOFOJIO .
II'er'onal J.1.lhilit! Imgronce
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ESTABLISHED 1879 t'on' 'OTi'd h"'n. he hnd mC'lprfir.tv < so far, with
1 that the pumn negative results.! protect in- the. ,intir.fftmilv ,' %:;(11 :A See your electric appliance dealer today.

N E. U. MATTHrwa. EDITOR' AND U.L''UI:1' : Tva"n't already; In the proces/ j T wall delighted! to see The to i SIOO.OOO co Q of freezing! and what was TeV"raph's' editorial pointing less" than ;"c'i( a rl.Ifrum

$ ,FLOHIDA'* otorar WEEKLY NCWPAPC PUBUISXID CONTINUOUSLY needed., was some way to bring un the deplorable conditions. the C'h'irlcy r.Joh.: .,* \'!-

UNOCit THE SAME MA TH AOPUILIIMCD the f-"ipprflire( up. I j wWch' r'star( t nn"i I hasten to crrv?" 1E1a ]
S 'ii i ndd that T hnn", VOII will con-
EACH THOH.OAY AND ENTBMCD Au SECOND CLASS MATTCB AT THE i :Kii: b'ln" i worry-wart atr"'v'd Mnuo to remind l us In editorials I Charley! E. Johns
POET Orricc AT STAHKC. FLA UNDER ACT Of, MAMCM 11, t a.7EN h.nrt ''hn fn--r., qn1 stewed new nrt-pM! etc, of the
emit '1' flnII' !..--, the 'vp'KlnT, need to remedy this Agency::
THE TRADE AREA ONTO TEAR '3.3O: SIX MONTHS I2.OC hot-water: V'tt!" r"hl.h hA"1 I situation.In LIGHT COMPANY
J.T1: S. Walnut St. N I D A POWER *
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OUTSIDE TRADe AREA -- OVT! TEAR 14 on BIX MONTHS 12 3" I been pressed! In service to'I many communities, PHONE 9SI-0201 I MttfiHO auuo H.QHIDA
warm Alice's feet], refilled It chambers of commerce are

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lent 10 tl 1 t' i : I.I i h" /In ,' i 'I' .it, ;I.'. 'j< hodiile for Feb. 4 ar..l IFriday Itll.ilt i
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I'! ; I I1.: ,l-lvl-Hl.lll l.l'JIlMl.. -I, \I' :i'.e, Cunova boys made! it totigh i DriiKM. 7 p.m. Saturday In. i. ) II ,HS! '|flllll I, .1\ l"Ij'.llt: II, I MOIII' better' /H": "" In 'in tin1 s I iriiu.n.'iiia ma! I, H p.m.EntttrIay i 1"1'' ,! ,r''n ,in,, "I'I i ..1 i .: "II i I I .I TIliM, 'H.-ll Hut Ie'II"' ,'NII.I"I. II t ..!i|>" I'||I',n't.llff .,' I
lJ'"- brsnn Thursday .1 I > 'i 1 : ". : ..r the undefeated Gem tt'tutv.l : in : Cnnova'a/ VH. Koch's' i 9 I JU'l-IU., !. .-- .II. '.'i I'i.] .1.I' I I. : but t.n-. ;K"ii; -'in' i rl! : Chamber of tin .II.n.T- .'.1'! i.. : "II> ,i.... "' 1I' II i ""'"'11111'.' WffliH III Hi"?, | ,
old! tlio Garden. He-.l .,.ttlt,Cit: :: the final 'quarter. Canovn: \ m. but th.1 r.iPy' '' \li-i!: n'i:' 1 i. .I in,1?; of Tornniv '1' 0110'\ i.Hil.l I I Commerce vs Register Oil lu) ; .1"-) Ii'I.' I.K, ; t n." 'i \1! i I .nI.i ". MMMI': II FOIWJ CWl'NTV ''1'1':1.1'I: |' ; ,,
for tin- \\.is, plnylnR shortliiindc'l( I'm4r :.' I"'I, ,. halt ,-'J", ]1' ,". I Ml"I il i : Til 1 \laded HilH 'tTHi d.l| ,) ,
.lu-t' the Jaycees : k' Standing (\von-lo t ) : Com. Uimllord' '';> ; i mil be stopped a.i,' IKpnii! ; ; I.!' n in. Lavvtey / a byo. Hhirlry .I.ilri-i." 1 I i v W.. 'I
i 111 nine\ this sen.mil.. anti without the services of One of I 2-0: Cunova 1.1 ; Andrew< :: 1- I 11 (out :25;! ,ID) J is.- !lio ;or Kelly In 10 field 1 go,1ls' 'ILII":, foul StandlngHI'onIollt( ( ) : Bradford ,,J-M C; r-lnh'! MIH t c\\'i; }.I-. ,tl., \1 I I II", ,IV, ..1.'II nary/ J 1006.I'll.Mtl.KH
them even more ro- their high scoring Htnrlpr.s. 1,1, 'h for t'lu', li.1oi'inil, '. I \ Willi.ii.irf. J.-M-My in i i I'd 1 1Aiaffoc1 i I, I ,, ,, .. VI, ,I nun t \ : .1. "H \1,1"
\-ipod) '| I 1 l : Koch's., 02. Ivan ,uliot for n \tell" -d of 21 points Darber. 2-0; C of C. 1-0: lev, ) ',.. III Clt-rk of tli. I'" i"in- .
fling. From the start of to 3 in the final quart or" tn nl1..I..lhllll Re.IdiM.. I :' ; 111'(11'0:1:! 0 1.11't'\ | r thu ': clouo I'.ffair until the linn'.. : )1"-> ': tel' Oil 0-:!; L-'\'.''try, 02. i :.'1 ) '' < ; I I I I,0 ll(1 1II"r' '11,1' '" /, .
lu- game there was no question I put the game out uf i t-.i." ii / n.'i-'ior' Shimn- III.OI-M.'' kid when T.. !IVv', \ (it\ i r I hot' 44lrlt 1'1)'lall) 1 Til usi i" 1 Ki, 10:1:i .-" !rC: ,i. N I (1111'::I."I'll,) U, Hi

I of the winner of the l Dean Johns. with 13 puiiit- \\.i;' its s.-i on.I. game. uKaiiKlin, lilt,, :1(1'11| 1J .'! 7 1 l 11> .1 :L':'. and WHllo-d ,i\> ,ivith tn n".I.I'tJ'all: I I IVII n': ;III' IJ "I- |01.\| 1 l- \ f \ 'l, ill, ,Illl, .1! 1- "I I,0 i( n

,;: ,inic. tlnrden held a 10 point --- -- -
--- -- ------ --------- ---- -- -
I u.nl'i nt end of quarter one, -- ----- -

"1,11, t ii-d. ,\ it to 18 by half time. \

il end of the 3rd quarto

.I, :111: linushed It off by wallop- I

the I Jnycecj liy7:' point-
..1| t"Uk"\ :: S.':
,'. 'i ( !husk :Mason with 16 li-il'' ,,

,". :.ink>n'H barrage. Bill''

(r;, ,K\.n and George Pierce hiuli.

I. i ., 11 for tho Jnyceea.' I Ii I I1 @ _
i ..u.I., l n <5 \1U I r>'11.I l l.l.n

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the 01! "uiof! tlin& ( ,' t t
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: :4l;:; > I T1'-4 for -
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I i\- (n) 'I|I' nil t i :"il iUi:: -B t sn>n+tG Gt To-Go'... Fin/' GootlTltin/jilo-! NO.' 303 THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE

I ni.,; 1 Hut: in : luHtficiivI" CANt11
l :
i 11,1' tin-) ..t., <' 1I I tu1Ug n ORj$1
1 II 1.t
(..t I 41 I I V !..-ttl.-.l 1l I I ________ nnu____ J \to! n
,oJ .: ,' II'I BETTY CROCKER Devil Food, o t

..1 qua: Butter Brickie, Yellow, Gcr. Choc. ,' NO. 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID BL CUT
I II :
'" \ 'ge
I, Cake Mixes
," '
.i i "d' I '
.I ./l \II.. + 1 D'ilj$1J11' :

I 1I I I" { \ DeanS r
I : 1 the -41-I .

1, ,': ,I'll. lr v'( NO. 303 CAMS THRIFTY MAID
I ;l1r 7
I I t. i I"I
.. : Cr. Sandwich 6$1Lfima /
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t.. tI I. eai1S .

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I I : "r l'r. 11. I It s I
t, 1 I REG. 35tf CRACKING GOODTreets r> + ': vd 'Y..l a t 4 Pr0\\ H.

11<',,1'' : .. ..11'' t.\, ', 1"\II !.Jriri Ii/51/
Ok .
I I: ; 1 '. 7 1''. ill.vi. .

\ .'i. 29 .)2 J.' T I';IFTY MAID
i.' :' I'" i! til-HllllH: 1 l-lb. Box

I J't n .t: tit-UIV

'". \\.II'' 29< DIXIE DARLING Apple Juicce srl
i i"' .. ,'n', rdgeclpint. ROAND SERVERolls !

L 'l. lie ) ,
1 II. I :1''\11 .\.nlcBR In :; :: NO 3co CAMS THRIFTY' MAID PORK AND
i I .., .. thin RccondM '
1 t NI r' + tfu
,' 49
to m>
? 11 p..i"nils 'in.; Kliu.lon's.Vlth: l 4 i
.... Pkg, 10$1}
I"i'' ? .M I the: clock. of; < I in i -r v t. i 'fi-38 t) : when o .
"r ,LI,1"1'' i J'n : ,ill! ,iml Do-
r------- ----------., NO.2 CANS THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET ,
t I l.i J in.it lilt Special Price! I I

t1' '- i 1.1 llnlHli.. LAND O' LAKES
hot hail 0 ; Potatoes 4t1.

I i. il i"Il' i lime wns BUTTER .

1 -. -v.ih\ the 1 1 NO 300 ('\,5 VAN CAM".. PJ'; K
t. "I fow min

f i' 'i".n'n' Jitm i REG.. 49c THRIPTY MAID 12-oz CORNED SIX 12-oz. BOTTLES THRIFTY MAID : ,
.' i ti I, ." l-irt only toihn l
i 1 i.,1 i ,irlc with 7 + i JJt9 i PCfk&.fmeans8r

I v. ,. I' !,olnt. From
1 "i mi 11 waRI KUPtl eQ 39 ? ( rriS ) ,

'''i \n'ybll"t\ :
f 'a1' : made Ilr| .--------- ------ ---.. ,. \\:

i ,10 i ''possible ..L1.t . 1'I 1-:
I t ,I''- point of tit COU: r!kY STYLE PERCH ;>

''IlO'' i 1, Irinq tIt !). : Ribs i 69 Fish Fillets 39* 'i
\ nil s'l'it Sto'iv r r rSpare '. ib. ,Ib.
/n !In hlKh rut V 541ou1d
V '
I v :if.'. ,' -hllp\ Alrtny h.in -. rlah Ot' '1 1 1 GOLD '1YITH. RICE 10-oz. PKG. TARNOW SLICED

f '.. vvi'll p.-irod Uu' Leon Caf 29 *
W. 'i 1 I poInty: Extra 3 1 Pig 7 v ; .lb. Bologna pkg. 49

l' .. ,1-1 ,i-l 7 15 ,1 I I.: v r ,
I' ,. t 10 12 11 010 ,, / ? "x

.1''U', tutors $$ Liver Pudding 39 Franks
I lonviin 'itI / ; > .ib. Ib,
1'1 n .1. plat. : c, tie with
.... .....11'-,,', ,"I knot-king off II. ?', itt l 4'11 POUND BAG COPELAND PORK 14-oz. CUP PALMETTO FARMS ."

(I'' \\' ..1127.. The leas Sausage Cheese 59
I VV-il I s to HiM'iind place ; lb. eo
villegnr'n' ; junipo'l.. off t< 2-LB BOX MAPLE HILL SLICED FRE'H ;
.1-1, "nly lend! find were abhi
4i Bacon $179 1 Pork Brains 291-
> i It throughout tin- s.. I 4j 6 6 to.
/r: mi.They. played n verv nm. "
ii'l.n-ivo 1 game nnlVCIP iib'i-'
I t''. 'uifiln i fluuiinl, IK.'C' -
u:4i'-.i: : '! < of "'.I'I'' .Focy Rees c'I, rb L. / Ly \\k % Al1

"..I 'nd.Y 1\' lytlJn. with 12:

il 10 points piu-tj the. V.IDnttnc' f'I ,
r ---
while Rohoi', r I- d. -

I 'I>, '''I! led tlv losfi-a, with' 17
1 jIiCCc

':" ..IVgnr" 10() 8 10 10 3f ....
T-Bone :
1 :j:4pEtAek
I I (c Wall 7-1 1 6 10 27 Choice 'N -u Brand > ; + az9lti +

:s. u, '.hile fat" Mond.-iy. Fob
.. *
T. ""-IllcBrnr VH Rhn
l !J' '"i Thin game mntc-lic" t\vi
ii I..1--, 4" that ni'i! tied for lir.-il
'' ." .- K. C. Wall \'S IIui.t
.-'n" ''I S I l."i.! |

.a"'1 1nglt! wnn-loIIU) : Ter-'

\' ; n. 3-1 : Rhoden', 3-1 : |

V i a-3 ; Hlii'Ht. 0-4. ,

It.intnrn Iti>vn l.i-krtliill,, I Ii I
i;tewlts I II i iPilm: 1
1 I- i'10', Bant.im: game playodi

i 1'1 I I i I iv nIght Andrews( won Its '"''I ,
f>' .' jr-iine of the yoiin r iinherl! I tam? 'a' E'aPu

.i. iiv di'fvallnjr Kn.: h's DniH.ir '

i hula on". 22-lS. TlllH. }lase 1,4 1 :, q '3'r :::54'"R f iY}
: ;.. i r wn11:1\ : of o'cltcmcnt[ >

I 1". Hi. fun's,. :'I IH the scoff. tins
.. !< 'n.iHI-. I at Ii.:; lit end ''If ciuart.

: I t. "iin'"?, and 8-8 ut half time.
Ar.In'' v-i fiutsrnreil.. (K: N..h',. 7
in ,u; 111, the Urd pt'i-l'iil. \ ttj "intd

.. ,r. 'tn 14 li'ii'l." ,,' ,! In tlio! llnu'i fiT-/-tlI-YLYM

: i ,,1 Andrewpi. > iced! up T

I p i \. !1'11" hnlilii: !{ 1 Koch'i) toi I

i -.lined- the win :22.!: to IS.l ./
l Ic "r'i'. 1'lioninH.( with 10 pnlntn,
1 I. \ndi-owi, wln'c1, David. M<" '

: i 11' f'-.r' the\ Iditfu.' i I f I)41) ,i iI
.. o\.nol.! s n :: 7 7 :22 : .i
J: : 1 ,
oo. r.e
Koch'n 3 tt 4 18 |

In the Danlani game pluyu4 1



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M!. I L \\ il : i in i"ill l 7 ill YPII' 7 ;ill I ol I.lie
It" I--I." 1MI lInd.I.11t,1.. I .. ,ut,1 \n I, 4 U. i II: p I 1'1111' a week with Mi and : Cnwt On M ;ulajhe w nt
: I ,. ., c.-nimi' i inin : ,\.I'k i 11 i I 1.:ill) l ji 111. \\1111 I :to pelp. l "n, \\'' dm "itiv., IM, ,
I r 3 r I: .Hi i Mis oiville
i5iov.ii i MII I lIVI Ilumiiarnei to
HAMPTON I in) I. \\ i I. ;in i "mil Mt I '. ..nit...! :Mi Dthnv Bench) where "she Is<
I I I 1.1.i i m' i C'oop.) 'i' or :11:11'1'I: Hiit ( ..'111// i- \\\111..1111. \/ I :' PTA DillonsM'! < | .1'i i L 1.1'fO'lIw 1'111'h1l": anil! p""lal" i --11I'lIlg': ,1"T i I Ii i: l I' 'j..1t i ) J l'' III Til\.1.1., V :Mi' and Mrt. T 0. Eldci] of I employed ftv Bp.lI!) TelephoneCo
0\I ., ., I :I. I l 1 1 he public) K I iMVltt t I '((1. IIUIlluil lJVt .
1111' 1"r 'T; i ( "'|1''" M \ \'. jItjVII1I! \\\1111"t tI I I uili3llii.lux! : : Ciillen. Vu. spent several \days for the touii&t season.
:Mrs. Mary, \\ ilthSIflMVVyVVYVVVVVyV'VVVy. Vi., Ifurtii of PSi). who > ,
IJy :! l Is ('IIla.1I) : Stlll.DULLl : ) :
IM (did' :\ ':4. 'i I i ."ii I I M I 'u i V .i' I |I' now a.iiI( sh,(' '.Vnlllil, t ,> I 'iimltiLlln( ). a ?flItjV!: I.IIl'1 l' Grace Me Lhn.I81111lay!I I : I:1 I u. in and 7 ::at 0) |II. m P:".Ytll' Sit ufot'';J j.! Impioung, In the Bradford'
i Inldifii i ni, I I" ". i .... .YYYYYYTYYYYYYYY, (r1 i \Vt iriuiin the roiinu ihlsI School. DU: n m. WOl'lIhlJ'1[ :\1Ct'Llm7 p. III. Wodne.sdiiy I II Rev. and
l i h"L.,\ < il I I IHI'I) 'I Hi1 %il t iI M'Mtmltl It-1, Mrs. C L. Tyler ol County Hospital where she
Mi /and Mis" F. f; Snul'i 1 '1I \ VV \- 111 splMlk Oil 1 I'l': I" lIiJ-1 11 a. m. and 7:30: m MYF. ChOIR' I IDnl'leyBI'11I1I'tL
\ VMlh '. I p Piuctlcc.
All/ j & ,
atHI11'( : I" 7pm. Sutin -
U Highlnn
S.iulll't you! news.. ill the 1'1'' l Ollliifui I ; 1.\ uni. iir\n; 1 1I I :1 were vIsiting:: the has been for ieveinl days.
:I mil' clniiKhtri) Win ,n\', i I'\i I', hiisitois ::Mundiv nml, 1 Vt i .1 i 'T'.I'h' III Livin All /II p. in Wi'dni' 'tUIYV PIUVCICiule 'day.
I Tuesday.: | IHM. nit. nun/: -loMOiir: ,., i i iFi family Sunday Mr. and! Mrs, Bryant E.
\' ( !!'! in Pony' l'nluuln j I I I >"r and other inlrirsted< ') II. m. Mund.iv 'lends Ill
| \\ be
plcn.srd to .
I :Mn. ( A. ,, ,. afternoonDonnlil
TIIIrn: ii'liuniil A tin, ni t lni LIL\\ Reddish were In Gainesville
I I II me" I ley I I
In'lt'r( l t"
I mendsAlia/ !: 1 .1"i lie ,1'1 I ml Ursi; Dapiist l: SundRY ham (Hint :Mis. Tioy Donnett'Is '
I I )hiiiiKnttfl' a \l-il With ,It'tIatlgtiti.'i .1 inlin() Hi ::11 i .',.'II )1111 PTA willI V ,ii 1"\1, ""r\S I 1J Wilkinhon; and sons Sunday (afternoon' where they
Verdo Siltei )hit 1 h. | Sc'honi.. 10 n. m Wiiship I 11 tinpiovliu nicely III I Die .
1 ) ind :M
"" anil "oi 11 In ?Mi I! i inn 'I'UE ItlRIIT POIM' tor the I j held tiuil't I lu t 'Iliui': a1 I at I, .' ,. (.>' 'E!: IMKTIIOMIvr: ( /: alldb's.: HUII.'r, Ed.wards attended a leceptlon at the
:II.i m and 7:30: m Training lumie '
for Los
uf .
week I p h.-i datmhter.
Angeles Cilif :Mio: \\V is! a'e'IImJloll'lle.tI, ) by t'er 7 :'i I ) TIt,, Mrs of Jacksonville were home of Mr
inn' viiu ,A rite-. Comr In unIt! o'eok: S IllPCllnV Will 11 I I" 1 MVlCVS| Will bi,'\' In Union, I and !Mrs Edward
(11:11)! : ) Mldwcuk
visit her mother : seiv- <.11"1111VIIIIRloson. '
to who li in M.K- .
n "n> C. \ C:" Ii. Sunday visitors( of Mr and
ix mil his \vifiio seelett f rsriKISKOOK : fr. I itnii I I"V open> }houii' ol the Rowe In observance of their
your : vnrnr rt' ; .: V e Melhodht: :; C'V' i di n''! '
illMia i 1.1' 7 :JO p m Wednesday 'It' '. '
boon \\! }pi-ill In it.i\ with hoi. fminlujnn.. ) TEI.E.: ; i-:. '1'o; Hi: I immHs' < m:iUMI \ i nmti Mrs B. L Wllklson golden wedding annlvetsaryMr .
S'li'Ja-v mid!
Myrtle ttituisnn I : < i 'mi nun ( )lui) (I'll of Gnrt : 3und i ivr :\\ /"- V'IIJ l Ru'li nds of''
of Ml Vera dews
mil Ui the'kend
< L. A \\ .gg n-< i 1"'A'rIIllh.' spent : and :Mis. Robert Smith
1 ta 'li I (children's i cum "" V I'I.' U Sfi i I" s will <''10) ,il I, I in t) ,i i m Worship! I 11) 01"(1" ( ('II' i V 1"1> ? t Hi l.illi'i with
M \\( !
Mis C R
..... "........ ... of Jacksonville were vLiltlnarMis
at.' & VI --- -
N c I 1 Wilkinson.
Mrs Daisy Bock and Lynn

/ Sunday.
We are plea. ed to note that
,i -;* x little :Miss Cheryl IIt'4alnbothain. : -
& *?" <"' :'.iii\ htei' of Mr. and :Mis

! ) L -li :: .:::;:: J. C. IIIgKlnbotham.!; ( Is linpicvlns -
I nicely art"1-: having:

un"Icrfione siirxrrv: In Bi'ad-
I ford County Hospital I Monday -

) It U: reported by the
fnmllv that she will probably
he nbo! in ItO ho-iie: the! latter
I'nrL of thp wit:k.
:Mr. mid Mrs A J. ClaryI

" I JacksonUlu: visited MI'
I I anal Mi':,. n E. UedrlLsh; dur-
: lux the we"k.
,( :M.niHMi: ', Clayton: : Sp.on

or :Monnhnr: Tex were visiting.
I' hn 'Istu t! I :\II.. Charles' Ciaw-
tot d it tad! r.iniily the )last of
i 1 ln.it/ week

. Oo ST OW0 ....T................,

:' Bonus Value! All Flavors Thrifty Maid7NO _

... V__ I Kingsley Lake
V'' : : : : : : : :. ,V

lGe Milk:2: Half Gallons 79n ) To. i Fu.: .i
4/$1./ : ) & ... Goflth'tTo&L' ( \Irt I'liiinn, 1'1.: ft.1l-20Sl.: N'nrtu

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\ NO. 2 ''i CANS THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR HALVLS \\\ C linn li S. in"ihUi-n' :

\ KiiignlL-y. I
Peaths: 411. Tim\i-UBaI\1ItI-\ \ \\II I : Sunday School, 0.45:
: t. : li HIM. iiiilng' VVoiHliip 11 .a.
d 1 ma ,,",,0. GRADE i8 I 'il.; 'I'rulning( Union 6:1: p.m.;
D lhwiIiag; \\01'111111>. T:3t: ) p.m.:
TOP UA" KING I llflw"1' 1'111)1'" dCLVVice.:! "iccIneailay ,. & a V 8 7i:: () p.n.; ChoIr Pl'aetlce -
ft I ; \ 1'1:0::: p.in. Heli.. T,
//$1J : I
2'' ; > l'eiivy. |.imtoi/ '. "Come let usWKIMlUJI
''MJ \] m .,- ,It Jot .. tllgl'lllCl."

V NO 30J CANSTHFTYMAIDAPPLE' i VOvffiw l t i lieuljli ii.iptlat CIa uarelt:

< 'V 1i"\lI.IY biliuul.: 10) .a m.; :MuinliiK -
fr V : \Vuialiip. 11 ,
; u.in. TialnInjf -
L ".C' 4'P 7/1/ .,.. -' .,;', J.4lY! / ._-,, : m1 \ ,, Union ti.Uu:: ( pin.; 1'\cnlng:
; : t. l V j. \\HHlili" 7:30 :\.11I1\\'I1. I '
=::1 i. a a j ;. : : J. -a 0 V ', D\\\ .) IICl'vkc"ctJuc'Idy pin1'IUM.M : < \K

J NO 303 CANS TH''"IFTY MAID CUTe fl .::W7.; ( I # I ,V, II IXB \! I l ::oil, ,i.I1\ Key II I.. 'l'aggall.1.DLLMLOI'
.. "
I 1'lI'I'YOIICVchO1I; :'."
"- .., ,
.-" .. .t:; ''' ::"'- :;' l8. \ II! i l'I'tIIJ'Ii1,10:: :' ;

I eets 8/$1/ ;.liJ" ., i-.. .' 8 G': ...... .'lI.fl unite/ Weeks! of Uolinuiu -
.. oNO a .fm. ...... ..... 8\\ i Hpent: TliuiHiliniyht, : us
......... Kuiflt: of MlHHOM: \loni, Kny. I
303 CANS THRIFTY ...... ,
MAID ........ ,. II'Em line I Chcl'ylVUOI!.
........ .,. \\\\ :Mt.. end :\11'''. 10.: M. Norton

Toms: 6/.1/ = .;;::::..ZtUThES: .:: ; \) 3: hsh; 9, t !! 'Kiif mil'|>ei f.1111'Ciuvvluul(iiu'itH 11 y.. \\eie of, bi:Mi.. Saturday of:jnd; \\LM.W-:MIHCocll .

NO. 303 CANS" TH''':IFTY MID i 11IWIS. \ \ I"y.I y.Mr.
mml ., : ;I I mill' .,1n". R Tliumasiiliil
\ LrM joti\ TATE RED ." .ltull II id( -) all ofJ
[ S

p D Ii a t!: 0/$11/ if EXTRA fANCY WASHINGTON 0/89"i/ '. tt J.\, '\u r liaoitvlllo/
"e S i in. in anil \1 IIVMV, "l.'lina: ItiKHMr j ,.
App 1111"1.: s NO 103 CA' I 11 I -YI'I II!) \11',1 I ,I AND LARGE ..
Da'idouS J Cli'vvx! >>f /SUiilcu uiicl .Mis (CJci"Id -
tlIa II / Ci.ivfliml, and I suns. wen
11 P 1/$1/ t. mi':; L'.t'.s.. r'\.1'' ; <\" .". L .. ., -: t -r"\Ut ,q\ \\II I .'I'lulled, /niul..iv ..Mm mijipei l i I lieVVHt,' !tjiiests: (Clown: of.Mr

rGreG j1 k zi .
: : :i ?; and HUMS' uf K.ulonl(

_, ;"f Ir '"" }U' l1. r'a .1 :Mr.Htnltime and. .Mis.'' moving Larry O'Nealof hero

AL tlie pieient they will be
: U.S.' t40 GEORGIA RED S tiS. S 9 jl ONcul living uli.li :Mi'. unil ;Mid TobY

;MIss, S\l\l.i Nuitun and.
V V potatoes : MIHH Niinry I Ihll.tle.of Jmk-
V ; 4. ;
Sweet Hinivlllu \\ CI'C Suncliv' dinner
& I Clients: of MI'. und, ;.Mis. K.!: ;1.[.
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39 Not. tun and family
d1 ." \ ., I [);al1.L, Scott. and Todd E3Iof ; -

.1,1'! ,! the StJte. Faun spent
utlU0U3: \ \\\ \ .i I the vvuekeml with their ginnilniothui ,-

: ', :Mis, Sulie 1'I.lcani; ,
t LOCAL fiimlfy.Mr .
GLASS ,. 39 jl : I : : un
L i-liiidiL-n, I Visa. Lw"I ;Ml. I unit I
Drink MrB, ;M. C. HIIKJJIII/: of JinkMUllVll.tt -

m Orange ... .. .Mr. : anil SlIIKl.lV I :Mrx. Ceuilil(: Cr.iw-

foid, vlxhil/ I ,( I-.iKvaul; Ciuwfoulli
I dus.ii ;Iitvi in (Jalneavlllc>

I Deli..I\\. I.ist !l.'rltI.ty.
V ;Milton llu key of Jacksonville -
V C p- SAVES' RECiULAh 3 ,1 1 V V ALL FL A V>i-. MORTON nui Sutuulity supper

guest of .MIH( ;M.n.i. >hipiii..nand
FRUIT PIlES! 3For891 :Mis(i (Klni.i: Hi" ".
;MIH. l.'i .ll1k, Jolin.sou anal

!!unlt11111, / ;Mm. Eddie Bright

-1/I ........... .....eUT OUT ON DOTTI-D L.INtr._ .... 11 nd time lUUKhteis; aU of
Kovhtono. I Ih-iKhts! visited Mrs\. .
I !EX.TAr I )K, :M. Norton anti chIldren
I I !. STAMPS 'Jf. GREEN S'AMPS i : ;.MimdivMr.. .

4-1----i .L. PKO. TW", 12 UI .... 7fJl..1I !, /mini I Mi" Lljyd Mary
I ....
t D PRAMO 'NFL I n nd fjnutv weie lu Cjulnesville>
: Beef : Apple Juice !
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HOUSEWARES SALE ORANGE JUICE M : r- : : I Junior Mli School Chorus for
6/89 I I the mo tins' of the choiinU'uchci.
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REGULAR $2 99 Ar"D TED REGULAR 29 MORTON i V : '< of this :lieu whim
RUGS $1"1 HONEY I- V.. 'J' .. ,''c. I_ I was held' ut t the holiday InnIi'.t
THROW BUNS 41$1 1 : 2I ,. ,,, :
p, ".', ., e. "' I : Kiiil.iy( : nijjht After tIle.
REGULAR S 98 PLASTIC MORTON CH'' KFM. BEEF TURKEY I U ,, .1> ""'I> I> II .. : nit-i..liii'{ they all dined to-
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3/$ 1 .n..o h: .on. NO""H A. ARE TERMITES
l Cottage Cheese Veal' St.-aks Beauty Aids
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................ I thruiiKh the ..rfl<-" of. the nUll In Florida and listed
and vote and have a voice in Joyed a lovely fellowship meet- by Jnct within the tlm* let forth
Ardhi I trot. tin Untied Kiatns TieaeUi'yl'J.nvt In his bid.l
I your town government. Ing in the educational build- r Cuts can be avoided by safe ] nrh bid .hfl";;t) )I... iicrotlifM l ,"Mit UK a, "ci'iitalili, .* fur, Thu HiuruHHful I I hld< I Ifany.
BROOKERBy KIDS ON BROOKEK lug of the church Friday storage and careful uso of imniet' ] l hy a ."lili. >,r'H < ln-rU. or,, I 100 per rent of lllc'. rnntl-url will IM. ;mttlfliil..1 I \or.\ ,i thin
WATER SYSTEM: night. Games were enjoyed COUNTY knives and !hlit bond! 111 1"I..., amount.' of fi. |,rlM', Ulthlli; t ti'll ((10)) .h.).* flu (.">) ;il.iyx I iiin-r tinbid, IHni
The Brookcr Council and delicious refreshmentswere WITH can opener" Guard |II"r> c-uiit of the 1.1,1 l |.fI..bl. l<* lifter bolnir awarded t thu rimtruut. .,.,.ptod. Tim" llounl of I'nlillc
Betty RabonVVyyyyyyVVYYVVVYVVVV City against fatigue. Too much I to tiletruftluu 1IoR.t.r! PII.lIe. 1"-1 : Multi! bonil. aimrunttM'InfC Instruction of Hruilforil Cut,
opened bids on the construe served to about 33: attending haste makes people more acci- uf Urinironl ( t the performance, payment ol. ty. Klorltlu. ro.''rv''s 11a.- riifiit'
tlon( of a new water system :. youRJ'' s AGENT dent prone. Florida. n e evlclcrifu of good said bond. to bo paid! by the to rejert any und nil I 1.,1.. .njj! ,
last Tuesday afternoon. Low- PERSONALS; faith und tfiiurunturlnif; that. copn-m-lur., to teal vu any foruiullt', t ',.
r Store sharp knives separately the atici.-uoMHrul; Mikli-r. uillr I Ix't'ttte No Ijldilnr, ,
may withdraw TI1K: BOAItU '
PTA MEETING THUnSDAYThe est of the five bidders was Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett I and preferably In a hold- > .ttid, fuinN; )" In the bill for n I'rl..d "f thirty 1'1"1< INSTKl-r-TION: OF( '!1. IM-ltl Hi'/: II.|! .;

Brooker PTA met Southern Water Contractors and children attended thc I er. Use n cutting board when- lloeril "f I'uljlh, I liiMtrui'tlim; duy. after the cluu-/. Met for r-Oltn, t .ot':<;'I'I"" A
Thursday night in the school Inc. of Bradfnton. Their bId graduation of their son Pvt. ever possible. Establish the of HiuiKurJ. <-">iiiii?>, ri'.ii'hi' ; '\;; upeiiln* tli,"-it-'".f.TI Thorium, I. I'uti-y. Jr, ",''I", -. .
a liinid, !I"". il J I l\. ttimr\! .
in a
ie riiMtrui"I1! Will In re'd \ I ill I ttf tiiU-n
lunchroom The meeting wo* was 40882. The contract will Klwooil Padgett who finished I habit .. ... .. ,
good of cutting away < "npl"; ;'IV ) .11; .t." lo 'l.li'll- ,'Ifill.I|' I In. i oMiiU'tf] : suit. "! I prr)> I :'JO: 'it _'
called; to order by the princi- bo awarded as soon as the en- his basic training In the :Ma- I I from youmclf. !
pal V. R. Ferguson. Mr. Fer- rines at Parris Island S. C. I ----
engineers have studied the Check all electric cords, --- ;: ". =
guson Introduced the school's bids and have been presented Pvt. Padgett's new assign plugs anal switches regularly! -

new librarian.) Miss Paul and to the Council and in turn ment in i Camp Lcjcune N. C. I and repair or replace as need- JAC'SDNVILlE

also the new secretary. Mrs. sent to the Housing and Horn He would like to hear from L, ad.B. '( BSIES$ DIRECTORY

Trump. The principal reported; Finance Agency!! for thlr op- his' friends. His new address I \lU'U': ONIONS

the purchase of an adding proval. Const)uctloti should Is Pvt. Calvin K. Padgett I By Onions are in plentiful sup-

machine and an electric typewriter begin within the next two 2191)714) Co. 266. 1st Bn. 21- j George 't'. ply for February -.' try this

for the school, which months and should take: np TR. Marine Corps Base Camp -a icuipe from U.S. Departmentof ANTIQUESA i 1.'UR I'fUREFERGUSON'S OPTICIAN

was much needed. There was proximately three months to Lejeune. N. C. Agriculture. I O U K S
some discussion on a possible complete.PERSONALS I Mrs. Fred Broadwell and Preheat over to 275 degrees Bennett-Daly

sick room and or lounge for I, ; children of Jacksonville were [ THREE 8 mil: high leather program will depend: on your (moderate). BoughtSoldAppralse.dFurnl Opticians Inc.

the students and teachers. !Mrs. Pearl !Markey Mr. and: I Sunday guests of her parentsMr. I boots (lost within DOQ type of planting Grease I'/a quart casserole. .-ChlnaGlassSilverBrass.Oll MAPLE SHOP ,

Also discussed was the need of :Mrs. Olen Parrish and Russell : and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. RANGE of 315 S. Orange You must remember that Peel onions; cut in half PaintingsOne Lenses Duplicated Accuratelyand

more furniture for the library I Farrftli spent last weekend In Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Crosby Struet one baot was found pecan nuts\ are made en current crosswise. Arrange with cut INTERIOR Promptly
and Mr. Forsuson was asked Fan: ford visiting friends and of Jacksonville and Mr. last :AHUI.; .iay in the ditch season's ju-owth. Therefore aide up in casserole. I'lcre or a House Full Only the Finest In Quality

to make a survy of the same relatives. and Mrs. Jake Tarrlsh and about half a block from my it Is highly( ieslrnble! to Add Just enough water to Ina Ward DECORATOR and 1'renrrlptlon Service

Hurt Uetei mine what and how Mrs. Mary Green spent two children of Winter Gardea attended house. One pair was mighty manage pecans to get'iJ'orou; cover the bottom of casserole. Antiques SERVICE 28Vet Duvul. St.

much to be( purchased. Jim weeks In Crystal River visit church Sunday.Mr. good. I had gotten them wet twig growth for a good crop Sprinkle with salt and pepper. 3372 St. Johns Ave. Jacksonville 353-1833

Temple Sill!: '('.-.tert that the ins!\ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blaw and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and left them on back steps of nuts. Cover. Bake 30 minutes. Top Early American Furnishing.

secretary v' ill' n letter, to the nod also her grandson:! Clarence and Mrs. J. L. Johns were to dry. One pair always left You fertilize pecan trees to with 1 cup buttered bread Jacksonville 387-1379 5039 Timothy Lane PET SHOP

school board! :! and request that Plnkston in Orange visiting relatives in Jacksonville on back steps because thy produce gooi growth to pro- cubes and bake uncovered 15 Cull: Collect Jrtcionvil! BTV 9-R002 TilE

xiineonn b<' s"iit to ronnect up Park.: : returning homt: last Saturday.Mr. usually had too much mud on duce a good:! crop of quality to 20 minutes longer or until

tlii. gas nrH wntd1 t i to the science Wednesday. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby them. A neighbor, Tommy nuts to cause the leavs: to I cubes are brown and onionsare I Auto! Sales & Service Kongo Pet Shop
( experiment lab that has Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Green were visiting their son and Colson. called and said he stay green longer and stay on tender. AID 'norileH !\tllh'I.I", *

lr"i: In tif! srlirnl for some nnd son Wildwood visited daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. found a boot and believed it the trees longer and to keep I For 6 servings, purchase 1 WESTSIDEVolkswagen For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- POODLE GROOMING

time. but has not been usedb her parents the Fred McDa- Randolph. Crosby in Maxvtlle I was mine. I look on the steps the trees alive and thrifty.A and 3-4 pounds of onions. This Sweaters, Collars, Tags,

b< ,- =e of the non-connec vlds last weekend. Saturday. and they were\ all gone. Re- soil test can bi: your best allows for one-half cup servings. Inc. Pet SuppliesnlrdFI..hII.lrn..tE'r.

tion. The' room count was won Brooker Baptist Church was Mrs. R.J.. Crosby returned ward- mighty lot of thanks guide for a liming and ferti- I An exception to the rule, AUTHORIZED DEALER OF JACKSONVILLE"The. ..

bv Mrs. :Marie Davis: Hostesses host to New River church and home after spending several and appreciation. lizer program. Soil for pecan is for fried onions use 3 (:cup-i I Strongest and Smallest Dally & Sun. 10-6 Pl\!.
weeks relatives in the &fPart
for month wcr :Mrs. Ethe' D' I Service WWf Hearing In the World-
western states.
Hotly !Shop
Ba'-s.! :Mrs. Non :Mann. Mrs. services conducted by Dr. PLANTING time. If you wanta atonal to condition the : and Mrs.Bobby
Friends of Mr.
F.-leda Matt. Mrs Jjyce Stokes John Maiuire of Jacksonville. will pecan tree if you have a for best utilization of fertilizer. ritlSSY KITT.XSII: CLUB Open 8 am.8 p.m. Only Co. Hearing Aid Mmle. Section
and Mrs. Betty Habon.WOMAN'S Also a very welcome guest was Crosby family pecan tree, if you have acres Pecan soils should havea This Is the name selectedby 5 p.m. Sat. -Closed Sunday W. Jacksonville 781-2800
1 be glad to knew that he is 22VeRt Monroe
: CLUB: 11 EMS:; Rev. Moore of Oainesvlle. Dr. being transfered to Gainesvilleand of pecan trees, some of the cH: range b'tween 5 5 and a Starke 4-11 Club group 1130 LANK: AVE. SOUTH Jacksonville! 353-1463

The scheduled: Woman's Maguire Is the executive sec wiU be moving material here might just start 8.5 depending:! on cover crop beginning a new year. Officers Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 PIANOS
Club meeting for last Tuesdaywas retary of the Florida Baptist you to thinking or might help program. for the new year were

postponed by the president -i Convention and Rev. Moore Is there.We extend our deepest sym you make a decision.If Probably a suggestion forth also selected and. are as follows Parrish Motors IIOIIIIY SHOP ALTERS PIANOS"Piano

Mrs. Pearl Markey because Field Secretary. Following the I you are setting pecan highest rate of fertilization : President Fawn Gas-
pathy to the J. C. Sapp family & Organ Complete
of much sickness and I service' dinner was served to I and the family of Jimmy trees for your first time, you would be 1,000 pounds of sett; Vice President Linda FIELDSHOBBY Service Center"

the terrible weather we've i the congregation at the Starling in the loss of :Mrs. should talk to us or to your 10-10-10 broadcast per acre. Dees; Secretary Lou Arm SHOP Inc. Kraukauer Custom-built
been Brooker Community Center. A dealer and ) Thomas; Treasurer Denise SALES ,
having lately. But. members Sopp and Mr. Starling last purchase the variety From that you would work pianos since 1869.
please tike riots, :Sirs. very flood crowd was reported.:! week. to fit your situation. down depending/ on sod or Winkler; Reporter Rebecca SJn.nCE: : .toL1vo A Complete Line of P. A. Starck & Jesse
Markey announces that. the despite the very cold weather. Some varieties grow a bigger clean cultivation need for extra McMillan.: For the program at PARTS Boat & Airplane Builders Sup-
French Pianos
meetings will be chanced to I TAKE HEED: A good listener tree than others. Some are nitrogen/ on grass sod. use this meeting the girls made plies-Specializing in Radio .
Music Piano Methods!
: !
Farmers AffectedBy ,
the second Tuesday in the I I is not only popular, but hard shell some are thin soft of legume cover crops. and nylon net clothes brush poufs 32 Years At A Dealer Controlled Models Collections ClassicsAll

month so they don't conflict : after a while he gets to know Change In shell. Some are highly sus- age: and size of trees. A single for their home improvements Always Good Used Cars and Equipment Kinds", of Ufed Planes
with the meetings: of the Iec-? something. ceptable to certain disease big tree should use 60 to 70 projects. This group of girls! 031 Laura St. JIU'kson\Ule
Open Evenings till 9 P.M. &:: Orleans
reatlon Department. So the Reporting IncomeMany while some are more resistant. pounds of fertilizer.A meets twice a month at the Phone 366-5654

February Club Meeting will beheld I .. ...... ........4 Here In Bradford County we very important phase in home of :Mrs. M. D. Gasaett 602 So. Edgewood Low Bank Financing to

on Tuesday the eighthat low-Income farmers like the Stuart and Curtis the production of pecans is who Is their local 4H leader.. Automatic Transmission Jacksonville 38B-R662 3 Years

the Community Center. If I Bavless may be effected by the variety. Other varieties are /good orchard sanitation. This The program for their next 2153 BUndlng Blvd.

it should be necessary to HiwayBy change made In the optional I good. There are few new var- helps prevent Insect and disease meeting Is on "Grooming." Automatic !Men's\ & Boy's Wear Jacksonville 388-8861

change th" location because of1 i method If reporting; Income ieties that are worth, consideration damage that destroy not .

the town election on the same MM. O. E. CroibyAAAAAAAAAAAAAA for social security purposes Talk to us or to your only the nuts but the treesas .VOI'ICKNotice ( Transmissions & "Quality Clothes for :Men and MANOS-ORGANS
I Boys Sine 1919"
day. the members will be noti according to announcementby dealer about some of the beginning well. Remove all! dead or !U hereby given that I :Mason &: Hamlin Pianos
fied. Scheduled hostess for A A A.A.A A A f John W. Spann. Jr.. social practices. broken limbs and destroy :nettled; Itldn. will be rtcelvtic] by Motor ExchangeBIG Van Hausen Stetson Hats Hammond Organs
FAREWELL DINNER security district manager In the Board of I'ubllo InHtruc- :McGregor Gold Cup Sox
January was Bettv Rabon Spanish moss causes trouble them. ,lion t DADDY WALT Magnavox Organs
i> Bradford
County FlorIda
February's hostess is Lucille The members of Bayless Hi- Gainesville.The In pecans because of shading During! recent years we at the office of the Super Remanufactured Transmissions -, Complete Formal Wrnr Rental "You Get A Good DC"aIt-

Edwards.: way Church surprised the pas gross income amounton which retards growth. Now, have experienced that pecan intendent of PublicInstruction; Motors /

TOWS ELECTION FEB. 8 tor and his wife with a fare which the optional method while trees!! are dormant is a trees will respond to good' of Hrndford County I1 o. lox! By Quality Craftsman M.:XounqfHen'sShop| > well dinner in his honor of reporting Is based has been !i-ii" !' Starke, Florida! up to F O. MILLER fijJ
Mayor M.\ O. Han-ell announces Sun- good; time to kill Spanishmoss. treatment There is. of course. 10:00: A.M. (BST I ) fill the 15th 3383 W. Beaver St.Jarktonville. /
the town election to day morning following the changed from $1,800 to 2400. If you do-it-yourself a too many situations to give day of Kuhruary; I960 for th* 384-I 035 310 :Main Corner Duvul <00' I oe.OUV4IW. ..,
morning service. The ladles of This means that the conniriictliin of -Ti. "',"' I r,'it r '"". i /",
be held on Tuesday February I mixture with 10 pounds of! one set of suggestions. So. : Jacksonville /
8 from 7 o'clock In the morn- the church presented Rev. amount of net earnings from copper sulphate and 2 poundsof again we invite you to talk to Addition to I.awhy Jr. ,'/loCk.lIle

ing to 7 7 In the evening at the and Mrs. Crosby a beautiful .self-employment that can be lime In 100 gallons of water us if you have questions high 1.1.. School Ijiwtey, Klor-' CAMPERS :MOTORCYCLESHONDA :

Community Center. Offices to silver tray as a parting gift. reported by farmers under the Is good. You must thoroughly about your operation. Prac- Addition to Anderson Jr.

be filled] during this election They left Tuesday to accept option can be as much as $1.- wet the moss. If you are tices In cultivation, liming Such. School Ia"tsy Flor' Cribbs Campers SAWSPEARSON'S (
are: l\Jayor-1 Clerk the pastorate of Linden Baptist 600 for taxable years ending not fertilizer id a
year spray properly and spraying will) Addition to !Sritithsiiln; EInivtirury l- Del-Rey Campers
1 year Town :Marshal year Church. We will miss after 1985. Previously a farmer you better hire somebody vary. tttjf : School Stiirke, MOTORCYCLES Saw & Knife
and Town Councilmen 2 them but wish for them the could report no more than in. the business. There is one definite FlnrliU" Shasta Trailers All Models-Nothing Down

years. The town fire chI can make that has opi>no<1 opt read nloml. Any Convertibles
appointed. So remember. young married peopleof vision. producing: clean cultivationor proven he-Ipful--do your plan- bids< rflcclvpil, after the Hpocl- Skamper Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. ALL TYPES OF SAWS

Tuesday the 8th. and get out p Bayless Hiway Church enLAWSON'S Under the new provision If maintaining establishedsod. fling and be ready to begin fled tlmH .and date will not be Tr8l1 -'Bank Financing Monday-Friday 5027 Broadway Ave.

I a farmer's gross income isj In commercial orchardswe your fertilization soon Con sider'd.; ( MOS San Juan Ave. 8 AM. to 6 P.Satul'day .!\!. Jacksonville. EV 1-3181
--- as Plan. Mpoclflcntlonn" and
|lover $2,400 and his net farm in Bradford con.tract and Wednesday:!
County prefer practical after the 15th or diMMimcntH' ; may he e a.ani.
MARKET earnings are $1.600 or less' cultivation. Your fertilizer 20th of February. I med In tho office" of Don Ji. Jacksonville 388-0348 CLOSED SUNDAY SEWIXGIACIIIl'JER:
'during:: a taxable year. he may i :MnrK'in; ', Arclllti-ct. 22IH Jlwy I MOTORS & CYCLES
report his net earnings for' 17, oranne park Klorldd. an.l'' 4949
Blanding Blvd. ZIGZAG
aa follows CHAIN HAWSMiddleburg SINGER AUT.
Cold Storage Grocery Store social security purposes as $1.- 1. 1". W. Dodge Corporation. Jacksonville 771-8244 Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet
600 he must report his actual Jacksonville ,
f'lorlihi; ; Sold New over $300
net If his NEWS And NOTESFor 2. Oalni-Hvlllp I I ,,
: net earnings are Plan Ito; Chain Per Month
01\1 ., :MOVERS Bal. $72 or $5.00
"" 'lIIe. 'I"rlol"
over $1.600 he must report his PtA.V ANIl 'sf'HCIKICATlONrriCMTIIKMKNT : Saw SalesII Ideal Sewing CenterALL
actual net: if his net earningsare Today's Homemakers ( ": :: ACME MOVING
over $1.000 he must report A. OlXI: n.\I, CONTHACTOUrt : :MAKESNew
his actual net earnings.If _ By Martha Sue McCain !: t'pon rpijtii-tit' ; itnilr'ccipt 01: ELI T E & STORAGE and Used Machines I

a farmer has Income of IDO.no dopoalt, of : MaUln' Chain Saws 848 Cassat Ave.
gross Money
of $2.400 or less In aYear. County Extension (.leni'ral((2)) let. I! of Cnntrnctora.; plan I *, anil upeclflcntlonn twi,- LOCAL-WORLD-WIDE .Ii'k'ipnviIi.. 380-5071

't he may count either hl< Home Economics Agent fur ouch: project SALES & SERVICE: STATE WIPE :MOVINGJacksonville ,
) AY\ :i actual will t.t. rorwiirdcil' ; exprui; White Glove
( net earnings or two- r TRACK SERVICE
: % oolle.-t. ili,'ni-riil, f'.ntr.icfiifare ; ', Parts and Repairs All :Makes: Movers .
b thirds of his gross fnrm In- GoonSO rcltIeat'd,| to nMiirn; thr '
corrp as his net parninm! or GOOD FOR YOU Buff the floor well .following plan nnd. *peclfl<-itlonii: l.y Toro & Yazoo Power MowersRt. Agt. Bekins Van Lines Co. RAY'S
-Jl .S rV 'jit- *' ,' i Here is- rood mail
news especially aa noon
two-thirds of his gross farm waxing. H* pnsibl'after P.
O. Box: 267Jacksonville
Income as his net for those subject to colds,, Start receipt of bidx t" 21 :Mlddleburg: 2825050ELECTHIC TRACK SERVICEPortable
earnings the
new with
year a Architects
tkc because eat 1 I tln? a fresh office for full 388-8338 ..
: from farming.Common tanger- atcntly, stool for reaching highobjepta. refund. I Track Press Service
inc or sipping; the Juice is Never trust a ricketyone. B. !gvn-coNTlt.tcTons.I : Welding

Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Measles more pleasant than taking a It tightening all screws and VKNliOHS: appciflcntlons:'! etc.: For to plant snl;.>- :MOTORS :MUSIC Used Bulldozers &: Crawlers ;

Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We Can Affect pill.At the Florida Agricultural ami. bolts does not make the contro"I". ". vcnUora;; etc.tho Peavy Brothers "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" j
stool Paulus
firm and steady, it's timeto tlvpiiHlt will ho Sixty Music Co. 7287 W Beaver \
Child's Experiment Station researchers rnillar (*IHO.OO puts 3 2 percent Electric Co. '
replace it.
will I'irk-up and Hutcher. There will be a IQ were studying how plants HHleH tax. It the pinnaand .1 Band &: String Instruments Jacksonville ::188-4621
for $ LOO : Many burns another causeof .peclflcutlona lire returned Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers
Small Fee I'ick-up-Kulcherinp; cows per use nitrogen from fertilizers ELECTRIC MOTORSSohiServicedRePaired
Common In
Head and Hide. 3c Ib. Cleaned Weicht. measles can "take when they made serious accidents can be flood tonilltlnn School Supplies-Instruction TROPICAL FISH
HORS per the once off" an exciting within A ((5)) daya; after receipt "
!: the
IQ of
childim prevented. Store .
For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'i lh. with discovery. They found that lifting tongs of hid the refund will Roberts Recorders '
per paper. OeneratorsStartersAlterations
escape Its more sor- tangerines contain the decon-'I close to the cooking center. he Forty r>oll.) r' ($40.00)) :Music Library-Expert MERMAIDAQUARIUMS :
ions after-affects such I Pot-lifters plua tax.. Pvpoalt c'hpdkU
as for handling hot
We Sell lleef and Pork for Home Freezers brain feer.. pneumonia and gestant nolle amine synephrlne ( a phe. utensils should be kept closeto final! he made payable tt> Armature }rtindinf, Repair 41 W.Department:Monroe St. |4
) In an abundant ther<'hltt'ct.
Phone 961-82S1 1 218 Washington St. middle car infections. This Is amount. Prior to its discovery;i the oven. :Mitts serve well SKPAHATE: SIIEKTS:'!: f' epArate 1 4044 Lenox Ave. Jacksonville 3S3-8447: Complete Aquarium Supplies .1
the warning of Dr. James L I in nature synephrtne for this: JUST BK: SURE sheets for drawings' JacksonvJI1e3872528 3310 Beach Blvd Imported FI"h11 Specie

I Goddard, assistant surgeon: made In the was TIIEV ARK \\ELL 1>AI UIlrU.I I : or pages. of specifications. : Jacksonvflle 398-3091 CALL OR. COME: BY ,
general to parents and phy- laboratry and I Keep: utensil handles and niav' be purchnacd from theArchitect FABRIC SHOP
medically prescribed as a I teakettle a. 'follow (no Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 pm. ;
Serving Florida sicians throughout the nation. stimulant and decongestant spouts turned towardthe refunds) : :MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN Sunday 2 to 6 pm. '

"I've personally felt for along for the relief of colds. Since back of the stove and out Drawings 11.00 per ahett BON MAR We Order Any Fish Available ;
Since 1950 plus 3 per cent tax
time that we underestimate 1927 It has been recommended all traffic lanes where they Specifications '.10 per KAY'S 943 S. Edpewnodve.; ; <

C.eeing &pk gIrs. the seriousness of meas- I for children and adults in I II j: might get upset. Tighten all page. plua. :3 per cent tax FABRIC SHOP JArk..on\l1t. r 88-M04 f
.. les in terms of the -dulling: it1 minimum doses of 100 milUI I utensil handles regularly. A Note: All .request for plan Music Center

... .. ..... may cause." Dr. Goddard says. I grams. An equivalent loose handle or one that and 1".tl"lItl'ns.< separate Complete Line of WESTERN STORE
.. ,. ..., amount i sheets of drawIngs or pages
? "In other words. a child who I is contained In only 9 to 12 i turns 1 ig a frequent cause! of of peclflcatlona ahull !b.> Fender. Gretach &: Von: Guitars
\ Lucile might have been a !gifted ounces of FABRICS King. Hatten, and Selmer LITTLE
tangerine juice. DUDE
Cordially McCall & Simplicity Patterns
GodwinRepresentative :. child with a very high IQ may Although citrus fruits hdva I .TU.\VEl. AGENCY Band Instruments
,! get measles and not be 'I long been recommended forwarding 816 Caaset Ave. Ludwig Slingerland, Rogers Western Store

'tt; ji Welcomes quite as bright because of the off colds there Is the For Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Hanseatic Drums "Where You'll Find Everything !I
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Dr. GOddard emphasized cold. Three cheers for tangerines goods. Saddles and Trailers
the following points: a much loved f'ult. 1Oaue -1()'i1im FLOOR COVERINGONLY :Mt1rSIC.1IEETPOTTER'S Charles & Sharon Petty .

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Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and common measles. In addition: accident; it requires careful CARPETS.RE
to the thousands who suffer planning. Good work habit Home of Music WELL DRILLING: i
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call will bring you a prompt visit public they occur. Avoid excess wax. ROCK ARTF.SI.'F.LLS
apathy stands in the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 'Visit.emal'd.. :Musical Instruments Complete Electric Water
way of eradicating it.
from your local hostess. Please give .
-A new and Improved vaccine strain. or Llruffen. I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Repairs Systems

her a call! She has maps and many available since February -Reactions to the new vaccines Starke Fla. I iH HOGAN downtown, "As SN.r11 Your :Mailbox": IRRIGATION
1963 has simplified the problem are minimal.Dr. F1IA FINANCING

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the need for the extra Information prior to the JacksonvilleCall
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: TARKP.: FLORIDA TI"TRilO.FEB.! 3. 1968

CD Rescue Unit 1 Garden Club r Powell-Sunderland
'I Roy Tyre Announces CandidacyFor

KEYSTONE Reports ActivitiesThe I Of The Lakes I Engagement ToldMr. I

I Clay l"ounl.Cull. Iefen.se Luncheon Meeting end Mis. J T. Pliillips) Clay Commission Dist. Four

Rellc'ue Unit .ulmlnl.ster-, I iinnoiuuo( the engagement of ,
HIGHLIGHTS ed first aid to nine persons In The G01'dl'1Club of the their grnnddaugrhter: Joyce

kLk i this area during the past Lakes met Thursday. Jan. 27 Augusta Powell to Pvt. David W. '
Roy Tyre.
I Keyston-
at the home of Mrs. Dan Pa- -
month. according to a report :Mark\ Sundcrtnnd son of :Mr.\ Heights businessman. this

By Emily Thomas given by Director Ray:, Chance ter wlu-r- lovely dessert and Mrs. R. N. Sumlerland of week announced his candi-
Three automobile accidents, F'I' luncheon was served at 1 p. m Keystone I Heights.
$1 Phones by the hostess and cohostesses. dacy for County Commissioner -
were Investigated with two t The bride-elect U a 19(55( : Clay
County District 4. in
I I )Mrs Emery Cooper and
r Day 473466LNite 4734589The of them having injured per- Mis Ison. graduate of Bradford County the May primaries.Mr. .
sons requiring first aid born In thHlllc1'lst
Tyre was\
The table centerpiece! of n
vices. Two flies took Lake Junior
pi u o City College
weather topic has dominated Dept. in 1961 to the Scandan- with aid administered beautiful camellia arrangement community on April]
being and Forest Hanger School. Mr.
the for days avian countries as a hospital in with 24. 1919. and graduated from
/f news some on Jan. 10 to a woman. Falls h was keeping sev- Sunderland l.s' a 1061 grad-
4 the national observer particularly in the oral Melrose High School In 1938.
telegatlng arranRf'mentbl'ought by
now. !
of two persons required attention uate of St. Johns[ River Junior :
Nam to the field of psychiatric rehabilitation. members critic He is a veteran of two years'
budget and Viet and treatment was for study and College and has attendedthe r .

sidelines. The severe cold of During the visit, he also given to a boy bitten by a cat 1Ie ism. One part of the programot University! of Florida. Mr. service with the Army in

the first of the week came asa lectured in such places as on Jan. 22.Attendance. I LLi the afternoon was a critique Sun l1rln: nt, 1.1 presently stationed World War It; is a memberof _

surprise to many who had Stockholm and Oslo. was" made at by Mrs. Cooper pointing:: at Fort Jackson' S. C. Melrose Masonic Lodge

basked in the balmy winterour Former Keystotier, Mrs. ten meetings during the I out the good points of the arrangements the Clay County Shrine Club

state had enjoyed up to Donna Walrath. was in the month, including that of the Promoted I and correcting and Is assistant chief of the _

then. We however were put city last weekend for a short Northeast Civil Defense Wayne Sargent the faults according to stand- Keystone Heights Volunteer _
whole lot better this week.but .
on notice that something bad visit, returning Saturday to Group In Jacksonville: on Jan. iwti! set up for flower shows. a Fire Department.
IJ. (right), formerly uf I Keystone Heights, I we should be thankful it Mr. Tyro has been' a \building -
was in store for us by none her home in Arden N. C. 11, and in Green! Cove Springson \\ajnt' Sawnt : The main program was a \ .
other than our shorthaired Also over for the day from Jan. 18 with the Health Department rrrHxrt" ,'cm 1:I'll t,,1'lIon.. fr"m11.: .|. (A.-... Hugh: :\L K\tim:' during forum on daylllies led by three is better and not worse. No contl'actor in the Keystone ,

blue-grey cat. who has the Jacksonville were former rogarding the Mcvli- ('erIInohIiI's In (icrnian.v on. ,'"n. i 5, IIJMMI. Surgcnt's, promotion members. Mrs. R. P. Vosh particular: : damage done here- Heights area for 20( years and _

:most luxurious giowth of fur hometowners. Lt. Comdr. and cal Self-Help' Program, and. to tin- rank. of lieutenant colonel. I Mis. Alcone Adie. and :Mrs how about you ? has owned and operate: _ I

ever in his four years of life. Mrs. W. H. [Mad McCrary. Jan. 20, with the County ('.1.. !Sargent tKHlgniHl to. the Operations )Dl\lsi, ".S. Army I Lena Clemens Mrs Voih let1' Dick and Frances HlllUrd Brooklyn Supply House on SR
This plus the fact that he ha. who now own the Dan-Dee I the discussion bv giving a history SAY they were In Quitman. :21, Keystone, for the past 12yeni's. dren ,
Schools on the Civil Defense : ( -one son Wilson( and\ adaughter
in Kurn: |><>, entered thorniy In June 1 111.1)!) < ami arrlMnlmorscai .
Frances This is his first bid for
last week with
stored:! up food like an animal Restaurant on Main St. in Adult Education Progra.m.Cub I of the dayllly and rome Qa. Mrs. David 11.r"\ I
his n'Mnt tour of duty In August I I95.(! lie
on | to mother Mrs. T. A. Sweat and public office.
ready for hibernation was on ways of propaiatinnr. b" tin of Silver Lake.
I enough for us to prognosticateearly Jax.The Southeastern Poultry Scout Pack grmliiit[ from. tht'nh..1t3'.! of riorld.v In I 1950. dhlslon. proliferation nw' the ucalh'r Is the same all The Tyres have two chll-

In Ojtober( that a cold Convention held in Atlanta ('01. !Sargent's!: nwthl'rIr: :M.ittje C. Siirgent, resides In seed. The planting and son <\C1' lor DILk ".sn>'s> fio/e

winter was on the way, and last week attracted Keystoners Met Last FridayCub It stone, Heights. eral care wa* stressed. Alan THERE too!
Mr Matthews edItor; of this from their Chuckle thisweek.
then believe that we would Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Menzen mentioned was the Inflnlt" Say, are any of you Indian son
papor. Sounds like they have He tells them he in
have to eat our words not unhappily and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Be- Scout Pack 305. of color variations from very Beach folks history fans of was

for a long peiiod of lote of Jacksonville. A member Keystone Heights, held their postponed due to weather Clubs And Balls pale yellow to almost blnck. Bradford ? As something good going. one of the areas when Bob
time. This the first, we trusts of the board of directorsof monthly. pack meeting last conditions at Melrose Methodist -, Mrs. Ache spoke of the many you may I had a nice chat withV.. Hope presented one ot 1113

the last and that we will that organization is Paul Friday at the Municipal Build. Stolen FromKeystone places to purchase bulbs ant* have read in last week's Tclc- A. Wallace and he is prosress- Christmas shows, but he spent

[resume a more pleasant rang Davis of Atlanta, brother of ing.The Methodist Official Board brought catalogs; of names of raph a [group of folks interested lug very nircly lately. He ha Christmas and New Years in
l Pro ShopThe in tills idea were to or- had the "Bug". but his clever the Jungle. He ate "C" rations
pf temperatures. Mrs. Menzen and Mrs. E. F. meeting was opened! by Members, The first Tuesdaysof handlers:! of color varieties.Mrs. ;
I '
Den One, Cubmaster Barry Clemens ranlzp This meeting was hell I In a Ife lin<; put him on a pnrtla.frnp"fruit (for his holiday nv-i, i '
HERE ">T THERE Al ken. each month ore not suitable Pro Shop at the Key- { spoke on ,
Wyman! held a candlelight feeding lilies > TUl'sday.Vhen I talked diet and some ex found them quite un.n .u'
ind plantin"then
Keystone Rotary Clubspeakt'r for regular meetings. Be
Dr. and Mrs John E. Davis stone golf
course was reported with Bill Payne that atter- ing when one dreams of iiui,.
ceremony assisted by Duky in results have shown up
last Friday was Rep. prepared to give your personal mass clumps for attractive -
lave recently: returned from buiglnrlzed nightof
; Wednesday noon, he asked If I could give with its traditional tm, "
lendoi his his
Martin, senior patrol with. cardiac resplratoiy -
6t. Don Fuqua of AJtha presently preference for a regular meeting display A questionand
Petersburg!, wheie they visited last week.The .
him the names of anyone In- dinner and all the trimmn: .
of Troop 105, followed by In. and his weight controlconditions.
the campaigning for the newly / date when contacted soon. answer period concludedthe
, Bay Pines Vett'l'Rns'trreatment thieves of
spection of the Cub Scouts by mae: : with a telested in or having any per- Ilummmaylr\ His new bride sent the rn.n)
t formed congressional district Next Sunday is Communion program./
Center at Pass-a- set of Ben Hosan Irons valuedat
Den Chief Johnny Warren. A tinent facts about the subject some more of us had best listen Pardees some pictures thl
Grille which also encompasses that Sunday. There will be a voluntary brief business session was
Beach. Dr. Davis has and "olf'
$101. eight dozen ,,
So If of know week also '
Cubmaster Wyman introduced any you someInterestInr closer to these folks "pre- and they are nut'
conducted Mrs. Ira T.
of by
received Rep. D. R. "Billy" Matthews special offering to sup
just an appointment balls valued at $9.50 doz
Items concerning of their son's
/ proud chc'
the new pack committee crlptlon.
from the of Gainesville, also on port the Methodist Spanl.sh Raye, president There were
Department of Med
for en. Some sevim) dollars In this, 'give! Bill a rail or (roi.a.i I Speaking of brides.l !
the coming : >
year 33 members and The Chuck Pardees heard
!icine and Surgery of the Vet- the campaign trail who Just Ministry in Florida. han, Bannon >
Chairman Jack i
.""erans' Administration in happened to be there for a Rev. And Mrs. Jean Chance Entry to the shop was gain- present.

(Washington as a national make-up meeting that day, Treasurer Bill Morgan, andCommltteeman lust got bnek. from the Diocesan ed some time Wednesday

'. consultant for the VA and and who Is scheduled to speak Bill Beam. and Convention night or early Thursday morning CALENDAROf
fjthe before the this Friday.We praised den mothers and their Faith Presbyterian Church KEYSTONE H EiTSME1ROSEBUSINESS
Day Pines visit was his group assistants for the excellent by removing a jalousie EventsJan.
t'' Irst assignment. We also hear hear tell that there were work done with the boys this had their monthly Supp..rThursdy window from the back door

that the book "Therapeutic some mighty nice things said nl:
fexercl.se.; ." to which he was a by each one about the other year.A Bartlett and Mrs. Fred Abell! door was left standing open. -Ions Foundation for the, DIRECTORY

Contributing writer has been and that it made for an interesting number of scout songs were hostesses. The Bradford: County Sheriffs Blind Week and door-to-door
should call the club
translated] :! Into French Spanish program that day. tleipation PERSONALS Office Is investigating.! campaign.
and Slavic languages, published Ed Hussey has left for Georgia ( were rendered by the cubs> Mr. and Mrs Grant Roth-

by Sidney Lich Publishing where he is taking: a position prior to the viewing by linmmer took a trip out to El- Fri. Feb. 4 Keystone Rotary -I \IMMJANCES. I AUTO) SERVICE \ Electrical Sales & Service

Co. The portions written with Lockheed Aircraftin displays on transportation con PA O. Texns two weeks ago. Club luncheon meeting. I

by him are the result of their sprawling Marietta structed by the scouts. Each Vlrglee Roue accompaniedthem. NEWS NOTES 12 noon. Speaker Congressman T V Service Center \ KING'S y earn 3Lfl'S Electrical
den also presented skits on D. n. "Billy" Matthews.
Ills being sent by the State plant. Wife Phyllis wUl join The first of last weekthey
I I him soon after her visit to the subject to illustrate their all pot back to Melrose. By Helen Egan: : Sat. Feb. 5 -St William's J. R. TIRES Proprietor Service Station Sales & Service

, Detroit with her parents. display The", meeting was Mr. and Mrs. Rothhammer Altar Society Dake Sale 9 a. luUiorlzed Motorola Phllco Frigidaire Appliances

) KEYSTONE We are still hearing compliments closed with the living circle" stayed! here for a couple of COMMUNITY: CHURCH m. Front of Post Office. ''i'lllles and Service O USED CARS May tag WashersZenith

and the singing of "Akela. dAYS and th'n took off for Tues. Feb. 8-Woman's Club and Motorola TVSiegler
about the delightful The Trustees will meet Friday Her*Ire. On All Make O GENERAL REPAIRING:
;, Drive-in Theatre piano duet played by those at- Awards presented by the warmer weather further south Feb. 4, at 7:30: p.m. in business meeting. 2 p. m. Heaters
cubmaster were gold arrow in Municipal Building: Program STEREO O ELECTRIC & ACETY- Melrose
I tractive twins Gretchen and Florida. the educational building. The TV RADIO i P O. linv IOU
Fri., ""at' Feb. 4, 5KEYSTONE and Karen Newman which and two-year service pin to Roy Samson took a trip to annual: Pa.rk-of-the-1'ulma lun- on Wild Life and Game by ,COLon TV LENE WELDING I'hione 473-3371

Donald :Meldrum: ; silver arrowto St.'! Thomas. Virgin Island J. Metcalf Warden with State
..JIIJJfJlJJflJ'! ,
of the
was one of the features rhcun and mi.s.sioimiy meeting Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals O TEXACO PRODUCTS
Thacker and Wildlife! Comm. HOME;; REPAIR
David ; one-year and a vl.slt with Hnnlson andRHP Fish ;
2 Mrs.
recent Variety Show. The en- win held on 1"ub. with
service pin to Matt Tyre; Murp'iv and sw. RobertMr. Starke Country Club Women'sGolf Kf'v"tnnf Itflglit'' 47.S-4fl.-SI: : HIFI.KOSK.: 473-2131'
most enjoyableand NuJUo
REDLINE tire show was SUtchbeiry, prog'rouni
t Paneling
disclosed! a lot of hidden denner to Terry Davis; and : and Mrs Murphv are Imirm.in' ,: in charge of arluiificments. Association guest day at
assistant denner to Larry te-iehprs !Melrose! Keystone Golf and Countl.yClub. Need Shelving/ ?
former of MELROSEAuto
, The
', talent In our fair city. Let'shave ) speaker was YES-We Have
and Bret Cole. 9:30 Keystone Doors Need I'i\in ?
Turknett Iliirh! School.! : a. m. :
Sudan Miswon.
another soon! lioin Hie African : -
1lll1 Scout \\.M>k Thc ,J. II. McGulres's Just Heights City Council mectln RCA COLOR T-V Service CALL:

RAKE SALE The week of Feb. 7-13 has returned from a trip to Ten- Chain of Missionary Assemblies 'r. 7:30: p. m. Municipal Iticliard Jones, Prop. KEYSTONE
William's Altar SocIety Color
The St. NationalMELROSE ((1 Yr. Service on )
been designated as ripssie' Their son. Troy Is In will be held Kub. 10-11 in Building.
I will hold a bake sale Saturday -
I HIP Armv now. He Is leaving (l.ilnesvilkwith missionary Wed. Feb. 8-Starke Coun- KefriK- Former Owner J. L. Motors Home Repair
j. '' Feb. 5, beginning at 9 ..... ..y Wa.shers, Dryers.
... Macclenny
Monday for basic training nt Hoeukeis from, various fields.For : try Club Men's Golf Association & Improvement ServiceP.
a. m. in, front of the postof- era tors-T-V.
'ffi' "W "I" \ rice Be there early to set Ft Bennlntf. Ga. Information, calllrs.:: guest day at Keystone General Repairs O. Box 12

4' choice of the tempting :Mrs L.1: Fenrsnll's sis David Nelson, 473-1119. Oojf' and Country Club, 2 p AT DISCOUNT PRICES);;! Keystone Heights. Fla.
tprInlaw.II'S.! Alex Hoitnland ,.MCI- (\ITKK New & Used Parts
7' t1-, items to be offersd. Phone 17317:15ic'n"rlll :
f ';- 1' 1 .,f 31l7flhcth.: N J. arrival! The .social, fun-day meeting m.ThUl'S... Feb. 10- KcystonjWomen's Wheeler Discount '
RothhammerThe .
CAMPUS: CREDITS By Sally Standard Oil ProJucts A Contractor SpecIelii.ing -
vi2 Thursday< to spend the winter held last
of the chapter was Golf Association
: 1 and APPLIANCE' < In the SM.tLiJOIi :
; Bruce Moon son of Mr. ,.......y.. .y..y..y here in Melrose. Her husband uuek in St. Annii'H parish qualifying! round::! for Vesta MKI.KOSE: for the f'omrnleiire. <<
.r&.y6 was nam- 'I >
W. L. Thomas
Mrs. It expfct, to arrive here Fri- house with entertainment in Alken 18-hole trophy, and Highway 21 Between ,
Club of the HonicoHiiPr.ServinK
dean's list at Florida Melrose Womans
ed to the
day. They will stay In a cot- charge' of Mrs. Axel Malmgivn Dottle Parks, 9-hole trophy, Melrose and Keystoneph.
.... State University for the initial met last week. A delicious Clay and
Ma"Keachlc .
tare trimester of his freshman luncheon was served by th Mi'ir-ose- n.-IOI Urnd ford Counties t
lsU'r of :Mrs. Pl'arh\1J.! Han.son co-chairman, I WE HAVE GOOD '.
I year. Salutatorian of the 1965 hostesses; Mrs. J. H. Williams Mr. and :Mrs Rnllln! Fisher u-sisted: by Mrs. Ethel Wey- ..................Y..9INDIAN

'' Keystone graduating class, he Mrs. E. H. Harned and Mrs. of Frank'ln' Lake. N J.. is here mntn; arrangements chairman. AUTO REPAIU.<: Used Cars and TrucksAt (JRSERY2C.Carnes_
is currently enrolled in the Frances R. Cole. Dr Edwin C. visiting Rollln's mother. :Mrs.L Greetings were extended to

4. FEATURING I University' College for his Undergraduate Price dean at St. Johns River W. Nrefus They will spend Mia Dorothy Sherman, who BEACH Goetzman Bros. Saving PricesWe'll Nursery
course of study. Jr. College spoke on a community HlwoV, 100.,) Florahnme '.'.,
EVERY THURSDAY I / some time visiting their tins returned, to live with her Ge It For YouIf

CHICKENand Another prominent Key- action program foi daughter! / in Jacksonville( alsoS'IIOOL l3lo.r, Mrn. Nell Grayson. {Lake Santa Fe) GarageREPAIR We Don't lUve It Miles SB Stock of Starke- Thousands
stone High graduate Carol Putnam County. This isa of Nursery
NEWS Uulan i CouUi president
I WORK of Pleats .It Frin'
Dumplings Stephenson valedictorian of program authorized under the Friday night's! J3a<;1etbIl1'! li. nlfoiil. County Senior Cltiyins I\Ir. JOCK F. Miller. Sr. Vernon Buff Garage Trees to chcoite from !N':' ,

I the 19S3 class has received an Economic opportunity Act of the RODY PAINTINfPORTABLE
i names were paved: Lam Ir Club. Joined chapter 1AAAAA.AAAAAAAA.A.AAAA.AAASoiry MOTOR Shade Trp08. $.'t'erg' wAr
2 Vegetables/ Salad over-all 3.0 average in her 1064 Local representatives on Melrose Melrose A. B. and The at this meeting. WKLDINOAlfio Hwy. 100 Keystone II/fls./ Lamlscapn, Plants, A i
Coffee or Tea grades for the first trimester. on the committee seeking to there was no column .
Girl teams won over Taylor The membership drive isI'ogres4ing \lo.roa--Outbolud' 473- 1570XUTO !) containers! blant any-
: Daughter of Keystone golf pro develope such a program are Saturday night. Melrose A well with several last week but all the news was Lawn : time. Cam !"ms
::1 97c and Mrs. Les Stephenson Murray Sip prell and Fred team won ov' r Keystone now) ; members from the Hawthorne on the weather and I am sure I !Mnton SERVICE Let us do :voii. .. !landscaping/ ;

Carol is in mathe- Young. you all knew a>. much about l'hon 848f3S'Ktr.K
Bovs's B team lost to 0 rea. Hwy 21 Keystone Height: _
1 [ (Continued on next page) DUPLICATE BKIDOE Iln"l that mess as I did) It Is not Drive-In Theatreriimm
stone. Next to
line to unexpected circum- I HENDERSON'SService '' STOPK
1st place .
I Carl "Mutt" Cox of alnnces after tho chapter voted 473-3101

Bryan and Mrs.\ W. J. Orollck. Wlnnott is managing the PTA to hold all games meetings Nlte A Run 473-3183: Center THE BLUE PINES
John W.
2nd place Mrs. Woman's Basketball team of I I\t* St. Anne'a, these facilities Standard Oil Product

Foster anj Mrs. R. P. Oood- :\elro<;e. They lost their first will not bo available hereafter. Service ROAD 8ERVICK: Package Store &
loe. 3rd place Mrs. John Anfo Sail's &
game to Hawthone. Wednesday I'roxpective plans were diaous- Johnson Outboard COCKTAIL LOfNfSF5pen

Brennan and Mrs. E. P. Feb. 8th they will play sod and it was voted to hold Sales & Snrvlce 9 AM--t r 'r J KP"p :-
. Wright. 4th place--Mrs. Em- I)<'aler For
Keystone Heights: here in Melrose I,I the February game day at a Ath(1iLCC'1! r 'l ulilng T,, 'klp huntIng "'T
\ ory Cooper and :Mrs. R. P. There is a small; admission restaurant In Starke. (I' v 'c: PI! ::11 ul li V ,: I 'IIIUMI|. | |--Ituiiti, TruJlcrKITEL .. 4 3III.KS '':.\"IT 01

Vogh.CIlfKCII! I fare to these games in The executive: board met at ,tm. a -.-- Intern itional H.. I OIL- KKROSKNK: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS:'
NEWS which to build the PTA 1 'hter Trucks.. Scout( 4-Whi'' .
up 2 pm. Thursday to discuss i v< Intersection Hwy 21-100
The. 5th Sunday Covered I' funds. I 1'future plans particularly as Drive.Clayton ..vdn", H..I"hI t1't4QIl Oo.lEIIAJ.Fnr. ,.
) FP'lowshlp' Dinner was
to tilpa. The luncheon meetIng OFF HIGHWAY 01
; How To Guard All Important will be held Thursday( : : ''SKD: CARS 159! Acres three-fnurth-

I Feb.\ 10. at 12:30: p.m. in the ] ''Iea red; 5-room horse ntthuildinsrs.
I WE HAVE THE GENUINE I "ommunity Church educational
Papers and Other Valuables building followed by a so- INT. I Hanks Used Cars So mo ,'('[",1'
needed' Cool: farm;He! nor!
ciil" hour "fT1e,1u, ,"I1Fr.1I'T i >
: : Tt and 3-T Shop ,'oft It' land. SI 1:17: "D I) (MI?' acre
Rent a safe deposit box at ( I \ b I 1'0'" 'lf'H V

this bank. The cost is just ro. ; FLEXOGLASSGLASSONET I 111(I II V (Outuefn : Buy Sell Trade S.E.McKav. Realtor'

and 7010\.1)5 Sea .'... Cnv* *.i.rl"I1'H ?8IAnfo $.'>*T 11"11100. 8 "n South KETSTOVF: TTKTOH: TSPhor
pennies a day, you can .
U'XTI.F.Y( ll .l.>KK.\KN: it ,f '-1, .rVitiMTTY ,- 4721516ufl'.l.

protect valuables, from tax 666 Your G'A; -;; ? Sales' & 0\1.: : : SHOP ; r U'lf \ NTSBeidler's :
:We -
records and wills to family Q-GlASS ,
YR< ReprescnatiieAik KEYSTONEBEAUTY Holiday

heirlooms, against fire i SPRING MOTORS

, theft loss.KEYSTONE. I ::; ; SCREENGLASSFLEXOPANE Inturonc him policy how cn with. G Adopt-A-..!f lift Complete! Service? fc Parts Fo Johnson. SHOPEdith Owner. rnd"r Restaurant New' flvi'ner'.hlp

MURRHEEInsurance Plan eon protect your hom. VOLKSWAGEN"If !' Personal nrr. p \Rrnrs1n :
provide family" Income, add & Creative Fond, "1rw ( l''t.h! l "rli 'r1OPPV

STATE BANK Agency Income to your, retirement, It's For A VolkswagenWe HairStyling: 7 PAVS!' WKKKT.Y
\0" fund, or help tend your. children Full "'"n.r< Tnnrlitwi.Serving -
Fla. .W41,,,* HANOI ON TNI ioai MIAN$ oiriiMcriaN/ .IMIANTII General: Insurance to college. Have It. In"1UI
. :Member F.D.T.C. Keystone Height: rnr.tsfT.tl.TT! MARINE 1'hon 47.14310Box Always Plenty of Good Used Every Form of Beauty 9-9 Culture Pin Pie* till Mli1nlnr.rn '' '''''

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly BUILDERS HARDWARE & SUPPLY ACTO-BONUS 0Keystone Volkswagens In Stock Open Tues.-Sat. ;
Cloned Monday' 1 Work' North' of RM Light
j, Community." :301 E. CALL ST. Keystone! H.i.-IIt. 473-47W ,I Green Cove Spring 281-9309 Keystone. heights 473-484.1 KEYSTONTC' : HFITOHTS

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I .....AA..AA.WAXVILLE. l 1..1' and Mrs. J. Marlln Columan. Friday, January 28. In the few days on furlough.Mrs. ----
Keystone GolfActivities I Melrose Takes home of the groom's. parents Thelma VVIIlLirnsonnnd ; I rilE RUiHT rni.VI) fir, ,ii.SI .

I \Voutls, uf f :Mrs.( DOI'uthy1111'1'; \ vIsited OKI \:" -:\1111.\:1.: But u'thu ra '. nndMIH. in mi|)
Photo Finish "IHltu.1r: rleel' tuiuir fnMirlle, I I' '
SjnlnsH\ ( 'Silo,
ttll'Ol'dan: Cove
Sunday uflemoon in Marietta 1If1'''. Mary !;
Koynlone. Pro Leu StephinK \\ith her. Hon-ln-law and and n"bbvlIchacl:\ of Cln :\l Unrdy Padgett I Mondayafternoon. I lI.E6lC.tPuI.!: :

K,.t i .! seven golfers fn>"m From Taylor II, Mr*. A. C. Mrf.. I Ir daughter Mr. and II'II.tOI1": |I Hill were'mlHI'led lust TIICH-! 3-I il,ilebiui'g, /: ----

' 1 I'lti l : >."stono null & Count i \ 1'00 Gmy. dIY l.i Kingsliu liii, Cut Mur.x( I l K.nl:' P.ulxett of ..
I"I". ,",,,. Ult.4"fll : his ,nlHter) 31 i-ui. 1 I nasa; M,,'1'1' III' ll'l'l II VII I II",, ,
flub( ore entered! in the ; William : and : the (1 lit or, of WK. vlsilcil .
Th.' Melro Mustnnvs: Mrs. Mclniinary I Ktta is :111 a I llo also I. run TVuii:!:D

I ii,. ,ttiomil, 3 In 1 Touin.i.. n': 1 ped an un>u">>;;ctliKi: ;1'11'-1 '...." ... ..: Men Billy! of Jacksonville: :. Hcindon. Sr., (if Jacksonville \ TiKlgi'tt sun, Ironwood: Jolf & C.t T spent> Friday, : Iwo with her" and Bobby: Is thu son of viailuiJ ;Mr.. nivl, Mrs :'ti .i-rn. !N; i I'" I 111 I I"t 1:1.1,1: I I t t .1 i
4-33 to claim: a tsu: h-fouph 1'AIITT ,"Iii' I ii us.' Ill hi"I',,, "I'', "
(rinh.I I (Hnlnesvllle. Thin I Rive -Innd Canfercnoo c'\1'.1 I I pniontM. :Mr. and ;Mrs J. c.1 I| Mm. Julie Dlxon) of Clay I Hill I c.F.lnicr I Ihiytm' '* hill.I.T. .lit. (III/,.. I 11,11., "... I",
ArisBoa. Onylo Lucas: and An- of >
""I i I Friday. Nolan. I find Janice Michabl< of Jack- ,: Johns i-.it. I'M hait. flit "il ,
win, lust Friday nluht. I 'Blit! Palmer entertained with I Ix :Mi.s. I IClla .
Jiiint ,
participant i : ;3tii'hid! I vtMtucl( Ills i-ni.-H for a I nix .1 .I -
Ki'VDtono rclninud Mis.
Hazel tiiltfU and
I ;MIM. konvllle.& :III' )
It was' a wlnn'nz: we kui'for : I ,, Ii.'u, ".' Til., ,
: party at the :Maxvlllo Civic I veikMi. t ''" i i t ii I i
'i'.union;,,I Lee Clarence I'm. homo Thursday from, St. VIacent's !I are nuiklng their home in 1 Cm tor lust \ I..i'I, ") ,.. ,
the Mustan! >. Tlio folio ( ftMill Vl'lll-( 1 ) l* .1!"
Pii-l I VnyloB VVally Muhlh.i. t.'i iHill I Club Saturday night Games Michael, willreturn | : i i.. anil 31"u.s. CUireiii'iMOM ..
the' I HoSpital In Jacksonville: ] Clay Hill..Me" ; uHt' rhxlitti "r i I II in in ",p r rI
In 11 II:hI.. Satir lay: I were and rcficshmonUrcrvcJ I of ; ,. .
played ,,
Smith. Himtley Redfe.ni J' where she underwent surgery' I to .sei .duty in about icy and' family I lie (rillHU''l I III \\ hi.
bcnbed: a Innnul K'vstorw I to the twenty fiiiCHtupreaont. "I sat ).h..III1111"1 1 MtM.,*'il iiri" >ii IH ,t.,11,"I .\\
Sr, amt Stephenson.The vl.tltcil. !
ei rliar.Mr unooth.1'.tIxl'rr. .
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Indian Team 50n..elr)1': :' I .uu titli-iit. I I""u
teRm of Stephen-mi, I ) l>rATIIMrs. : MoHley Sumluy.Mr. ,, \.1HI1of.. iKMItlll.. .
l .. Crifnn and child- : & I I II
! if, Porch) nml I Don Sha<'klilurrt .la'-id: : uo d off"l1s'b< Chaperones for the group Su.iny I Clla.slu r.ulgutt of :Milrileliurg !'.CI.'Uuu'| l "f I'I.I., "

J < carded! 168 In the Bct11.111 fi tie mel the sloe' mo\ 1 l'ir, rill': were Mm. Leonard Davis and I ron vlllitedVodnCIII&y! In .lA-ay\ In II i Rett unit :uI u-s.' I 1'low.II',' I' id' I ,,"'K'1: i.f ,SW'' .5.." I ,
lookinu Kcyst'ip- tell m. If evp | Mrs. Dover. Civlnenvillo with relatives.Sony pnH.scil Mrs. I ;22-14 I 21)) AIIIHNlllllM ,
i Pro-Am Tourney held! "n Joyce Sur.iliV1. I I vlnilnl. :Mr. until .. ..
to hear both harold ::Macclcnny lluHpit.il: gel I III \\hl. I II.( I'I( j jVIlllKK.
team l 1la', | t 11 r'rd i i iitiff .
a are( :3IlcJhiiwiiii. !Shower l.t
< ;.Idpn. Hills Country Club ni ii' Illness MiI'm, I i'- rll shot ,cOrlt, uI[., It 'VH The Young Married Ladies Stubbs and A. 1 Longchn: : j I lifter u lo.if, son .'11 ur. .miiii intliu ''',.. ,
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i 1.-ahi> last Frldiiy bum, In ( lay County Uleburjt.We!
tie Indian" Sititd'v nlIl1: : i Sunday School Class of Maxvlllo Sr. ,are still confined to n Kelt WHS tu lu-iif lh.it "I'lMiniy' .u1 lit.nil( (" ",1,1 f -
Mftniipllc'KUtrntlonii nil hue.:. HMHOIIV I
Tmirnvy I and hid lived hum \ I'llJI'lllll'
Thi ;\IUl\lan"" toils 1VRI1\ nu: Churcli entertained Jaclunnville hoipllal. Everyone \
bi Baptist Ix n ,
are myi Mr. Lnnguhiinip I 'llll'MH Ml' II i I I I
the annual Silti'i, of the opport 'nlrv nn1 1 mil'!. I Monday night of this week i| wishes them a speedy re- "j life. Vliii'cnf-i 'HoNptiiii.' I tlfll'llll-s I ,Hlllllt\ I In ,! .
i iirn) h1 covery. | She \\a survived I by II n I"lighter In !St 1-OI'llllllC, I I.I I 1,1 V\ I III. 'In,
Non-Mate O e a i < down thell''In \ r-u r .t-I| with a miscellaneous showerhonoring nl ("111\' Hill >l \p- I |I''
I 1'i uphy ioltl".V. The sins .
oil'1 I 111 Ii
Mrs. Aline. HI'l-II"I II MM i I I
able m.iraln Some b- : '' Tlnwlcynt I \\ull'' .
u ,i.Uilnglon) Tournament -: both "ftMiddlchuig list Chinch, \VMH l-l'l-l'' I 'irl'itu.'s! !. V I ,ill >I." .1,1' I I IIllKlll'St
"nil. for Feb. 20 at the I Joi' II! by the offi-'a's. win i .) loihe I I ( tho home of :Mrs. 0.) J...J.Pa r..1 son Archie I'ndnef.t."llIlel'1111': l I! cil.I Around 200 or. :litO! ) pt'oplc IMil'' I -I,HillllUMI. I I
to be in as b'l PA '-nn" aKeystone. : Irish. : one Tlio William lIllOC. 1,1)) t'h. I I I I
i .i nle Tellis of J.iiksonvillc.tlllCe ( ; on loved tho evonl.' III M'Illl III .11,. .Mill, .(. ".. I IIs .
lub.The the
) event Is (opelto flIi : h.imrTc-1 Gamesel'U playo I nndpri7.cn CLAY HILL HIHtlM'H.. Totsil'/' .\ll>,"- : .* Ui'o. Qn.iilott I. of ..IneUsonvillo. Illl' Till ll.l\ ,'I I \I.il,

.iiiinii teams none of whu ,n i ii of bot'i' teams tliroush-! tiwitrdcd f :MrK. John hlllf ( Midi lie-1 IbI1' The \Venil.v: ,.InhnsxmFnintly. I Hut.il, tills !I I" I 'I I.i \ ,

be husband and wife m.iipi ., I out most of Saturciny' nl htv Xorth. :MrM. O"OAI"Vllklmmn., Icy. Colun Cnc-Buur ol 1M of .l.l.ickiionvllletha ... "'Y. rien.! .
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I i'i 1 ... of ; II
i nml' Tinnii I'liilxott h 'II I MM.II'lirU I: ':-
" injured" by the I K.: vs' i ii handwood bout.: :\1I..lIe8 Edith IKurU anil Clara J n; Mrs. howard, Padcrtl I Irving Week! Family, of Penaer.'ai'fliIh )' I ..r.f I'd, II i illrnilfulil

i In AsMoclatloit.> It will 'u'Uiuiil '1111'.... lnl. guilt I.. <'1''' M-nri-d' hj' l\ej ..ti>.ui'. ntur.I.I.nlAht I I Mclrose's one point win' O-"PI- :Muc Jrarrl.i." Clay Hill: onn' biotln-r"' :und
t .'' hy n voclnl hour ami'" K.iinsI.' I til1 :Mrlrosi.Mlit.ini. : ;-*, At t .li'ftIlin: Thles hllrki'lt, a shocked Tavlor Team Fil- After the honored, guest rhine 8'JU( I ra! II :3/21:: I

11 i'cil i dish!) .Miip'iur. :) .>iii' I 11.oin. |Iii. > side fur I tin'I Indians. a* Hill I Matclu-tt t and liltliilan day was led by Cliff Klik with opened her ninny useful gifts. | .. A6..a..6A. one also of ;MUKIIebui'K'': 111111,1 tilln" J given; the

UN.II.r..1l1< > riny iiiuteH.. ntih.lli 15 point refreshments were served toi I scveiMl.I weie greatly al'lI'ecil1t-1
: (; li'iiin i 12 grnmlchilihen' n.ul pews evil, run iniio
The weekend's victories tho nineteen guests present I! ,,tW: ARRIVAL
tl' past !
A \\i-iklv" mvotlng of{ plrtiin-d. In niiilj Ir ut he leaps. In I ) ;i ed. 'St'titPd!' l""ii| ix ill i .
>li : darj Cooper, Itreatgrsndchlldll"l1.1o'llnera
K tuiip and :bturkc C.hlnLI.\.j| gives the Mustangs t.hree1n8 FCMI: UKIVK; Mr. and Mrs, Billy Padgett c"I\. to lidvnV.. I M I Ilif lkil'_' I I'IHIII.' il, ..1.1i.f I I
We "el
v ..Iuni; ,i l'ii'il; ,.-11..1. fur< I Hi'* linli.ui-. ; far this season. The Young M'irrlerl" Lndlcsi I ISunIAY of Normandy Boulevard n renounce services were held 1 in rulgettCcmeteiy Jacksonville !Slnrln-' '' "l'liniil.i,.. I
scheilulj j so
been .f
i 'ii'i.. BiillL'ia( has Herndun Sr. (
at 11 a K. .. .
the birth of n dUi! h- Wcdnosd.iv< null 'in, sun in !I. i iTJ'it I.
busts. nixht's play IIII'Aln8'Taylor School Class of the nIl1ttieiViL'eS.
I i'i' 'ii u liiinie-in' : Indians Lose fast sn.j tl .\ :Hi the ludifH. mei'tlng on i iI was I i I I. I l-n'.i! .11'
ami I I tin'in lead switched skies constantly sponsoring A Harold Harris HospiUi. Tho little I'F.KNONALSMr.= ):" I.. lenin lllitMr. mill i I"l>u'i' nil ,iililln (,,- i -
'j I ni'Sikiy' 1iII% flng$ I We fI"I'I'y
I me
I the sweal.-Bonked Fund Drive Saturday. H.irold. 1 laity has been named Betty 1 and ;Mrs., Hll'll.JI..11 u : <>..- |>,lil"IM>' i in mil, ,, I IItliUll
alVo.MDI111S Branford throughout "
un'odno"IIII. To : and Mrs [living "cJjt.tt on ,Illi-, I li'l'"'.>., -
Leann and weighed 7 lb. 14 and family (of I I /: '
I,,, I : irame Melvo.se\ was ahead At was badly burned the latter Icy III/hl.II'1 patient.' in different! hospitals 1 ..:(CI..AK (I IXSi'l.lMiiiXi.M.Tii. 1
Pi-1-iinn, interested In JJH Melrose/ the end of th* first peI1c>d. pnrt of October and spent several o/s." :Mrs. Padgett 'la the were Sunday dinner We wlllh them n sprcdv : ) : .' ,in,, ,,,> I
Jacksonville granddaughter of :Mr. ,arid Mrs. :Mosley's pirenls, :Mr. ; I.CI.VS I III.'I'J':-T,1'.
end of the months .
shunt Id call the l I'UilI : 4 9-5 ; behind nt the
i I H i> )I'alilln I recovery. .\I'I'rCJXI i.t 1 i'i-i.: \ '"
I and at the end of hospital I recovering.CIIIUCII 11 ml :Jlrs.: Henry Moaley of ''nn.111'11.l Louie Ciutur.Mrs. : 1 ,
,a .for. details. second. 4-8: F.il' Willdii. II\I.I.I'S'S; : \\1'''( I i.: v .
I \\ umrit's JltrtNYxl : Ki-v, 'MHPTsrl.ins' : \ lopo1' I the third. 8-9: the Mustan&! NEWS! I City. Hill. Congratulations! Ola I'll dl-'t: and ,Kiln:) Mr and. Mis. Tir.H i 1: 1 .K n( I II! \ I H .
last brother., ..1Ichildl'en of ;MONTH; I l'iiCllH,: : '" >
contests :MAMM.NU-HATtllKK Carter visited their
of : Work the :Mt. Zion
j jv B pal; ra-c; 1311. on
the Keystone took -
: Thumlay .
I i
ed ;Mr. and Mrs. Howard i'ad- Tin- Mty i.f ;It.II I I I. :
I .Acekcml Tic losses make it Church WAS cancelled Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Everett Manning Dawson Padgett. .Mondjy in
will 71.15 ,
,union's. Gulf AS lIcla)lion Melrose Kllk. ; ; tin' ,I'lffli I In in 11 |H '
.. round for 4-S for the Indians so far this\ Matchett. 2-0-4: Tomllmon! duo to weithcr conditions.If : of Clay Hill announce' MMdlcburg. gctt Friday aften1C1on.I tiny ur (nil Mil I
"huh! II (imliry'injc| !
weather had permitted the thei mArriAge of their 1111\11111.1 Sgt Lloyd, Wilkinson( of ,i-ITV "!'* .KT. .\lK:, I I- I'I.I .. .
Trophy for season. Moore. 2-0-4: Downs"
VeLa Aiken 3-3-9 .
'In- : ,.
I I''l-v'
MmUill.l' vl
1 ivhulc gulfi'i-fi" ami! the Dot- Last Fsdnv: : :iliht's: i ra.'' 1-0-2: Totals 15-4-34. building committee had plan' i ter. Ruby Mae, to DavidHAtchcr I Pamim.i City w.is home, for u I .\ ("1a,, 'lfl..d .'aI in the TT-Lt /fly: :

t H- Piirks. Tiuphy for 9-hole test aunin Branfor3( ei'rted\ Taylor Richardson. 3-0-6 ned! to put shingles on the roof : of .Mirtrllcburg:. on 1 GRAPH brim- result 1:. :'u:, : IIIMOYKKS"

I .I iilk-iimu.I I |) beginning at 70-57 with t'n- Indians on the Wells. 5-1-11 : PetPi''on. 5-2.- of the now addition.. -
low side. BI'allford'111 in th 15. Church services were cancelled I ==- =-=< = -- '-- "':: -.-"
!IiO>: a.m.Sl.itrh 12: Pilce. 2-0-4; Totals. ----- -- : -- -- '___
: % pluy will\ be held the Suwanivp( Valley Caiiferetii': 333. Sunday at :Mt. Zion I

Thumliiysvtth title Rave the Dues n 12-1 record. Baptist Church due to the
l 1.\ ii following

t Uu' liniils on .Feb. 21. Indians Win low temperatures. AREABUSINESS DIRECTORY 1

,\t t ,1 Illr.rtlC'Oll: meeting lu'lilli'.l..v Gary Cnopor: : led t'ie')( Indi.i Everyone is very proud of \ :

efforts with 21 ix>ints tho wonderful work done b3'
Thursday ) ut the scorlnar!
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From ._ =
:Stefan Hroka1vlth Taylor Rev. unl :\Ii's.! Clarence n .
L,. Walkei.i.ililin followed\ by Knight .. -- --------- ---- -------- --- -- -- =='
homo of :Mis. R. ;,;: : : = -- :: ========== =-E---: :;::: :: : -
; I-I Ills. Country Club '. 14. In third place! on th since Jlov. Knight lint become

I im-mbiM,I 's 1 :M.uy! I Crom a nil\ ;\1 l a ICouiuiglit. I- -orliiE sheet \\ 0.' Johnny Tuesday NiteThe pastor of the church anti a Air Condilipninu-Heatiri!; I \ifTO SALVAfiK;_ KAIt.M KfMHI'MKXTSanta ( : ) {

M-: of Oonld spoke :Moon[ with 10 points. cordial I invitation! Is extended: I
Li.4t5fl1i'. I"\I"-"
Fissell paced the to to attend sczvicc.s.pEHs RUSS PIKER l' Fe Tractor Long "
t'i' the 1 KcvHtonp WOA mem- Jjhnnv I Keystone Indians scored r-verj-one Paui's Auto SalvageWe Local Dm.viiKiMi : I

i h" i 4 (nf the newly; formed Hues with 31 points: with dramatif comeback TUCK- J.S Li4 Authorized AlrtempIlcntlng '
a Buy Wrecked Cai. ALTO Inc. >ri< ;e Pit('kinlt- ('MII''"!
";Nine Hole Ladies Golf-A- Ken ITi1leiIn! second slot I ': clay night, ripping Taylor HighI Mr. and ;Mrs Hay Pellum & Air\ Conditioning Shll'I.lnK

KiiunU of Central, )>FlorIda" with 21 points. I ((36-55 in a well played game. and ('blldl ell of Jacksonville SHEET ;METAL !' .PRICES 1I) R u FREE ESTLMATES,: C.tlHILL'S -:.
!an: '!1ktpt lift//'lIse the weekend here wIthM'II. I IU..hl..llthll
nix Only the Keystone spent
\\hlrh is comprised of the I Tuesday nights win came on I
itfhboiiiiR; clul)... tncluiiingKvVHtime it I from betnBranfords Melrost \\% as t n-ady iou( wood the heels of a disastrous! weekend F. B. Colenmn. .. ('ouniereiuslIuuduuustrial 4JI Make &: Models Used I Farm Trailers, & ImplementsFord MOVING

the board. Tlv Indianand: played a Mr. and :\\11' James Cole- Parts Industrial. ,
and, St.irke.., They nlnht across 1 active .tame for the Indians. Stel rtBrokall '' I MachineryLANDI1OVKR ( Inc.
aggressive & Storage
antIV "B" Team. was romped man and children of t'icrson
i'splnliic'1, l he "i"nul.illuii'-i Indian: led the Indians scoring -
Vawh.-tt: pacedt'i" !Ssiss-ln.itiiIluutIoij-Ser! I Ire 'J..ryp.l Servk'e-We! Will : : Wheel Delve
Ujwnand:! ,:
Brnnford B s 27-9 Sunday visitors of :\11'. niO: N.K.: htiilulii 1M.
which will I l I\ thr followed were
( (ot(I UnJiOt(2) with &B points by
') Mustanns" by searing 12 \ 2702 N.E.: 19th Dr. Find Any Part For You SALRS: PARTS, SI'RVICF.t :
Imlil( itx. initial! me.'lInlon: But the K
,K. h. IK nt tllo Golden Hills t"d a winning! mnruln to take point >ah( Tomlln-ion Peterson and Mayers paced Jacksonville and Mrs. F. B. _Gainesville 372-O7H GaJnc rlll 37S-4S12 18 N."'. Sixth OnlniMVille
I with 10
('!ull.' imri nnsiveretl, \ questions their!. "cnae! title over the Branford Taylor's futile efforts with 17 Coleman hero. 441 N Past Storlc Yarf :.MUSIC

j'l'rUilnlnjf, / to participationi benutiesKHS Both team suffeiel: i from each. Betty And Pnt of Jacksonville I Phone 37B-25IH'
officials points AUTO SALRS&SEKVICE; :
call by the II
-I i (nl fees.Tin1 .-- Cooper) D-3-21 : S. poor led the Indian Indian cage mentor. L.yndle were Saturday. visitorsof -1 I Automatic Transmission LIPHAM MUSIC

) ri'ff'UnrV"O., \ .\ Thursday< Hrokas., 6-2-14: Thics. 3-1-7: Gary Cooper: Kirtlcy Raid following the game :\11'. and Mrs. Harold Taylor fiAUDRN SUPPLIES

I 1"\' hut( ucck. vas caiK-cIl. VIon: 50101.: Brokas (0-0- scorlnu with Thles 12 with points 7. : followed Tuesday nIght "The boys plnyeil I and Mr. and :Mrs. Vince Barkley Motor, Inc. I Ie City Automatic I Co. Inc.,

I,"". nisi I ? of Inclement wenther. I 0: O'Stecn. 2-1-5: Kinly. 0-0- by like they ,should. It they Taylor! and family. I VAL LIPHAM

,<: .out. WeeIc.The II (0 Totals.:: 25-7-57! Keytonewon the! "B" game continue ti" play like they dill I; :iii,'. and Mrs. ..T.1.lI'hn; TRIUMPH Transmission, Inc. Johnson & Fans, Inc. l-l.\.MIS OIUi.\N'.*-l>lil'I'll I

meeting nranford Johnston. 4-1- 12-30. Jeff Baits bucketed 13 : Coleman And daughter, Sharon' SPlAT : I Ii
next monthly tonight we should win the re.Mt! nuitni'H And Amplift"
In I Schofield.( 0- MHjp::::! St. John Iwcl! 12 \ the weekend In Tampa I e HIIXM4N\ A SUNBEAM:" ) Repair; KM-lnuitfi- Complete Line of IIiiilii
if f I the pack< will be con- 'I I: :\tc'lll.: 1-0-2: I of our gaines elL :Jy. I spent SHF.ET MITHIP

I ii, u I lion with 'a (fold( and. BilMI '1001'1'11'1': !n-1.21 Chenley. K"-st.ne -- :Moon[ I 1-2-4 : I KKYSTONEMoon.; 1-0-2:!; with their Hon-in-lnw and :, S VOI.VO I All Makes, lint! Models SEEDSPIatNTitFFI1TII.IZEICS' : : !' ( '.*s\lll*> "Shopping' ('iiiw t|

I banquet. Plans. are iinder- 1-1-7 : T,.tals. 32-6-70. \ 's. Brokns. 2-1-5: O'Stecn 21S S. Broka.s. 11-7-29; U. Cooper. daughter ;Mr. ami 1 111'8.; nubNewma.n. We Spec-teUc! IB TKI_t'KS: & C'MtSliynnomcter I Ir ; I I 372-5353: :> El

.. : ;M Brokas. 2-2-6: Cooper. SALES: ae SERVICE i In..etlcldM.t SIIP..,.,_
iv lit this. time for the atI I os< TII :MelroseKeystone's 11-6-28; I King, 0-0-0; Osteen.! r) Pre-Teuted, ; I
3-1-7 !
1411Thies. Totals.
I 1.1 II'. iiiul 1 will be announced second loss ociirretl ( : 1-1-3; M. Brokas. 0-0-0: Thics B. M.( Boyd of Brycevllle Faelcry Tntnd Mechanlri. I 'We Rent fertilizer Spreaders I Office Equipment(

.' l .1 Liter date. Saturrt'iv. ht In the \ 14-11-39. 2-0-1 : Totals. 28-14-68. visited here Thursday with "I CLEAN USED! CAR \\()ltK (;.LlI1'sNTEEIIIL'D(1ET ; : )-- 224 NW. 8th Ave I

'anu- with iiMehOhe! :: :) Final MohtJKink .2-3-7 TAYLOR Peterson: 8-1-17: his sisters- ;Mrs. Dorth.vIU( :: JIll N. MAINOlneiuvite ; PLAN:" PHOVE 373-0471 I Hancock OfficeEQIJIPMENT
Tmnl1l1 lm. 4-2-10 Dons 4-
"-)I'C was 50wll:!! h the In- ;Mayers 8-1-17: Rlcharc'son. 3- 1109 S. MainHtMiity
412I.ltchntl.: : 4-4-12: I ) 31'!.u J Gainesville. lilaI.AIIKS :
short sld '.
hans UKain on the 6-12; Price. 2-0-4; HopMnn, 0- alt..n.II" :nalfl: !
1 8mfthCorOTiSutnorized
KEYSTONEH ItIx :Mooic 4-1-9 : Totals.. 18-14-50\ !
ThpltItnn': uninei: 1-1 2-0-4 Totals.
: Newman : I
I DealerCtsryVteIor1'ft55
I '1 TES mint mar-In at tht- end of TII IM.iv. .Ni-wlii'ir.v 23-9-55. Church Services S JKEP:. ; : \ 'KARCherry's

he. fnf-t'\ tt'i i nii'ii'ins' i. R-ll I I The Kevtonc. Indians in- '..ui, of 4 WfrOriv. \ Atad cni yPOWELL'S i I c.IIll"tJ'IIJorI <
Machine.SAIJM .
took I \ade Ncwijpirv FrlditI1I"hl/ Adding
7-10. The Indians
i p n\ .'.IIU.lm{ I SFRV1CERENTAl1
for H ('au' bout on the Panther Baptist -
I From Precpedlng Pane] 12-9. .
the third quarter play.
Mark.SpenklnT. ,
you : Rev J. D :\\'F. TIME: : HIsruMfiulmnrntii See
," I take, i, s home "cum ti Fust BIPW'4 America s rmr-n. f oiiotnj (t."aAal. I -
\'I'.h'! l"iun p-1 ho in of birthdays, also.Mis ] Beauty Academy :i u' fret. ,
it"nt FSU.iiflit Ralph Cope- I with
it Ron
in ( i ThtPanlh'i en. pn.ttor: I
!he fourth quarter. 1220.KuvtoilC's I 1 slipped I b" : Betty Griffin celebrated:) ( !.. sad. Srrvlr. I Ii i Guoneevilles> Moat. P'a3hlonablt ,vn,.
: J1IKVKrilii: : : { ssn N. Main St Oaln
K"It'I'I t t"i t HiPlr. last 'a.nd.or\1lnI3t.\: !I
A II Luuasx has ente edt play was slU--" cagl"l heis this w ck. I won't dlvulsc:;: I.ruin" a Profession In Yoni I Address For Ladle ",.iIs' .1"C. CC. ..
: !lui. Motor
'! -:.i t b0111' !Tolnt A Worship services : Sunday Ridgway -
a.-h tluouithout moat of t'i
It but it Spare Time. Full or Part TimeI.t
: t i Vincent's Hospital( : in J.ick- just one was- ;
tier throws I imisxK.s: -sfi rsc'OATMATERNITY
'time with only an oc>'Axlnni: I bv Piinth'r; Trricllnj I' a. m. 7:30: p. m. InnrserjKcnl I I !\

-oiivillc, in preparation\ lot spurt of enniKv nivl 11''tt l'es"l\'" .N; j?!I'pe; |' ;| no the narrow was an even numbered one ') Wednesday. 7:30: p. m 11JJ ,'. MB liin & KVKMNO: ::" ('L.tSSKS: I I "A INT & fiLASSLiddell: -
and "ain't thirty three orthirty WEA&AC.c.ESSORI.H
uiucrv thIl'k.\ Inn-''iii win < .
9M3 m
f'Il'N'lbll'I'VIn Sunday School a Low Tuition Terms. '
fi\e."" 'ln'.viH'. 372-S43S:
:: -
rebldentIal"y &
Former area that laze test[ on Jan. .nursery\ openl. Training Union : ; : Paint
: Oalifor111,1 -- ...... Bcty also. She and the children 219 .
AIIMI. who moved to N.W. 10th AVe.6uiIneuullie
I I t.I h'( NAS t this: Mimtni'i." takmn 13. tic IiTll.uis played : 6:30: p. m. I nursery open] 1 I
j( cuily in the fall ha* r1ii'iilly : hi:. schooling 'hydraulic'leil'n good offensive ball with n were in Plant City last B & G Motors Co.VADfl.LACOLDSMONILZ. 37M-'J7lit; I 7 W University... <}dlne, villiA1OIUI.K ,- Glass Co.

) undergone\ surjwry'horc. '!' III t :M-mnhi' the follow-'I 1i-'I1th' relented defense that week. They were called theretO -C"at"olleAt. i I
ale lclll attend the funeral of Bet. I KYANIZE PAIITIrljii
and Is conI > '" blanketed( Ncwhcrry for Williams Fr. Thonw.
low I mos'of
gALF'3PIT. SERVICE : () : I1OMKS: : II""
t'lis' time. ty's gran-father William M A CHAIN SAWS Mirreis SlIot''".
: To F''untii- Of! Arei: the aome Then with al)')u' t KiMly. priest: In charge! ; : Mn 1111"."

:>.i !H' inMUS: : :, Servicemen : We \\ ould'er\' 1' miti'itleft,. t n plpv up! "stepTprl '' Cox. It seems there has been E. A. Lamm. ovganLpt. .* lefition( of Used Can MUSTANG Tub EnclosUre. .

Three more Keystone younc 'mueh like I lo keep up with oui"'i "..rf : : B": .., -vith! t two fri....- a constant frown from Lady Masses' : Sunday 9:13; a. m Taken On Oidlll s. TradesZNI .. A. & J. Saw I 01' WIndrreI Awnl'_ fiLA'"

men have intrred the inillimy ')fi.\s( III sji' ice but find it throw Luck in this family lately. 1I10n$ :5) to 5:30: p. IK. sacS Sat.- I & Mower Co. I Mobile Homes Inc. Carpet Wallpaper
N. RU 441 Consultation...
I servlrp this l,5St month : Betty received a call this week W. 13tli. front
"i'l\- "ii"ilt 1 ir> r1i soV' Tiey say It is hard to ambush urday. .
telling tier that her si5teit.'uIrs. Joe An4 'r' on, MffT. 118 NW !Sixteenth St.OAINESVILLK \
Kiic: Redfpain.( : son of the! WH h Novena Benediction .
would ,greatly appreciate} it if mi opponent on hI. ani | PHO.NK': S7H-7.MS New Moon-Pacemaker 372-11111 1 '

ncdlfiuns.: Sr.. left last vou would I.lve1\ >\ a call or home uround. but It has been Helen Brock of Tampa Monday.. 7:30: p. m. i iInlerdfmonlnwtlanal I flomclite Chain Saws! -
had suffered a mild heart at Skyline Rlvlcra
Sntincluv% from Jacksonville done. before.
line !
telliiv-i of
irop us a any
fr>r Cape May :X. J.. where he visits home. any promotions, I tack. Many of you( knew Helen l Pinna Performance SALES; t SKRVICK Capcll.iCavuhcr. ,"LATINO( _

and her sons when they lived Community Church\ Dr
he stationed also his
I'arts All Make.Or..ly .
chanurs of assiunni'lits\ Repairs & I
first jet plane! ride: and his awards or decorations ieelvrd. here.With 1C Holt minister: Mrs SAAB Down payment M low as $100 Ocala Chrome
INDIAN BEACH the 3-! Cairrava. organist TriMtorA 1 Sale.
fii>t snow land'h lt a appropriate music orge I Inc.
and other of Plating
any new" could have had I S40ne.! 820 :N.W. 13th St.--441 North ,
snow I we a MerryWidow's Sunday School. 9:30: a. ru *" ALE; AMI !SKKVICMCLKAX : : I
Interest to the renders of th ''
Two new member!) of the U. Keystone( panesr.YK Waltz" out here last Horning: Worship 11 1 .. m I. 2022 N.K. Blvd. GI\lnen'llIf'' Gainesville: 378-1346 Copper. Nteul. ChI"1T1t''''

s Naval Air Ui'scrve! are cou- J, (Krom Pii-cei'rt'nji!'! / Page) Tuesday. My mother. Mrs. t iNurser,, open both hours: : USED CARS Phone: 372-33 Cadmium. Metal' ylnLshlSlCustom
: \sl.I.s1ti'i.
,this : I Ruby Dyal and Mrs. Sally I uff Ins
George Loath, son( of :Mr.1, > Betty O.lffin: ':'iMi -'I 1 '< CntiJ.imc: 1 .'s have been 1031 S. Main[ Gainesville Just Off Waldo, Ro..rt ..MotorcyclesScootersStrait's CLEANING
-Epl l conal' ANTIQUE
and Mr\ *. A. S. Leath. and, I Feaqle< of Gainesville and my
Prpni-es", C. Bell bJlh (of Mi-1-, :Kin\ \'ll'i':i ('III'! )):al'entll11': W -I *"
two aunts. Mrs. Rosetta St. A11J\ 'a Rev. BRASS.
Ralph Thomn.s. JI'.. son of I the I Entes Phone a78.2 136 SILVER.
] 10hate) slaned will: donor )lH1 1 :Mis' Hnp! Jiime.s\ Thev: I Bicycle Shop
I: : eve
Thomas. Srs. Georgewaa inducted of Mclnto and Mrs. Myrtle iWorstall.: vicar: R. a. Copeland CONCPETE PRODUCTS II Industrial Hand Chrom
pledges through the !lam\! I I--, )pipMMitlv" on leave from I 4sis'
on Jan 22. and will I Iiul Aultman of Mulberry came orvArdst.Morning MOTORCYCLES 1S3 NE 2nd

t chall man George Schaeffer In enjoyable time all had. mono 2nd and 4th Sunday
tinull's u schooling In we CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
i hi' iiimmer. n\luh, ) was l\Ipmjhlll/taken / The drive for plednes sort :Mlnml vIsitiiiK with Frankic's ,I! Just prior to these visitors, we 9:30: a. m. [nurs vy open 1 Inc. THE BEST PTku.4 Motoreyclea81 -
donations. and the llxht' bull( i>ii\i (en t qW'hiie :, i S.TVKVSCHTVINN
in Jan 30 and will receive his had Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles Lespend Holy Eucharist and seimon1st I SIGNSWILLIAMS
.saltwill boot U.Unitii.t! .it t the Jac'k"on.1 ) a couple of days of their Edwards Building Locksmith! .A Safe Wwk
all lhtn" but rnll'11'11..
"" .k :: Connie Is!. f ). ChuyJ
honeymoon with us. We had nursery open PONTIAOUO Inc.
}B.unhill imports: : I that she had'oIn Inc. 115 W. I'ntrrnUy An.n..t. Neon Signs,
--- -- School. EuohaiLst Supply
attended their 9:30: A. M. "Holy
; ceremonv .
I ...,oflho
ao> I ,rntrhcs? srf.1T l <'!'I11fII ( Tilth WlhIiiIr1S'
comp in In Tallahassee' laat 9 a. m. each Sunday." N.W Sth Aye O ine.rtlli 'p
GLASS I That's Our Business '." 1' did! not act any Ewnlnj Prayer. 7:30: P. M 7U S. :M.ln-S734S44OAJNESVTLLE. PLASTIC-NEON SIGN
weekend ,
plI.tlCUhll'l Mrs. Lee was :Miss\ .
'Ii'' '(nes' but one cutrh I ,,, ,!\U MOTOUCYCLESTIIK() : Sale-' -Service- Malntennnr;
each IYC. 6 'j P. Meach
:Mellnda: [ Younflbl; <>od. daughter : Sunday. : : P'LAELEC'rRIC .
: -M cs I 1I"J I :-"rluu I'Ii on S.iturdav KrectionsAlteration
-If It's ilass; We Have It" ) I II
:! ot11'; and Mrs.. Ve!st rYounvblood Sunday.
i I ul' 'oit.v-ftu' .-pe. ", in it : "Your Designs! or
DaJy: offices of Morningnd CRANELINCOLNMERCIIIY
\ formerly of Wal
( ..tI..I.'RITE or VISIT \nvoiie bra ye enough' to him. do. Evening Prayer 8:00: A : MOTORSELECTRIC CYCLE SHOP 2720 N.E. 20th Way

FOR ANY CLASS NEED 'Hint wenthpr for fish despives :" : GainesvilleDays
,It Possible note to( a noithem M. and 5:00: P M. 376-ft1
t II) ,cnt.-h that NORTON 372-6000 Kite
We ft'itnIodern,; \ : Store Front many\ and more1Tutk Ai>thorl \ Adam weather forecaster( : Sirs: hylfrll&" HKII ': : '
sin of1": Galnasvllle iRSTONBM :
f Ju"tIai'l : 1-4! A Pattern For I in I Micliiv\ I Ad.iuis celebrated. ;, Though you mhtht be Interested Faith PI'e"bytc rUn Church :;5M( ) K.: University Motor Repair Co. :TII.KS! : & 'PAINT _

Table "i'SHEA'S ) .. ,- ,ihird birthday: Tuesday. : t t1viiiii.iry to know that I have just -Rev. J, R. N.-Ie l Jr.. mln- Phone 3724231Crane's or nurin ,ei'lile, Infl.ltepaiuing"RewnuIlng. :: O T O II (' V *' I. K S

I ) I IIal'k: had several hveled' three feet of "'partlycloudy" later; Mrs. Carl: Salalues. stir, Imports (''''''jOk''" satsii'. LNew Forts Tenney Tile & Paint"

from tnY' duorslepstiits >. wee- orjcant, .' RI"II&I'dJ,n"- ; ANVII.LF: TILI'
11 wni'i'j( filon-'s: In for "cake and .JOIlNS-\I
; Jk used
U.UItK ... niAchlnr-i
GLASS CO. New and ; in stock
I ii.r ..punt: and l iii-edless to auy. :' mornlnii.! With n bid 1101':1'1''; violinist, Vuivo ((3fecuiduiq.Buut. ) P-...iv Fliiliii-lnir! 'f'-rm.,. Vinyl Vinyl AsbftstiMAsphJ"J !:

( NOT INC.) .1 Will. n float exciting day In'' Br-r-r-r. 1'1WI'\ / ya' soon Stital.y. Scliowl. 0.43; -. lMornlnt FIAT-HU.L..tAN 1 \\ Ul'"N'n i i103U +:U Available, luur riiii-liuijt rruJui fc-.

tiMMiinv. man's life-so al I a 1(1111.. I hope. Woi'aiilp.! U a. m I Fi.or :Ijchmas Oyni Fist' 'II

1313 N.W.4th PI. C.'ainesvilte.; Fla. Phone F1t2- 1333: ; : beds !led "Happ\ Birthday for Sunday, [NurMry opn otb 2201 N. :Main: (:ha.iae.vill.\ S. Main G.f.1J\uvUI. 344 X.W. Nib At.. 2222: N.W. 8th flt.Caineivill .

-I I horn.*.Ig. I Phone 372-4373 Phone 372-83 t Li.iuiesville 378-3ti> .. 37S1302TntR :




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; SUPERMARKETSFABULOUS HANDI-HAMS..............................."'....990 1

CHUCK N JI CANNED ROAST BEEF..1 WILSON'S...LB.....<1'0.....<......$1 199 1.-' """"" SWEET JUICY FLORIDA

p Iflii S,69 ORANGES..NNN..EACH...2

+ ..... + t' BREADED 'VEAL /a.
FOOD FAIR CUBE STEAKS........... .R..BEEF. .?? ...69 APPLES MNNNN..Le,...NN19 1 .

14 L p FYNE-SPRED WHIPPED OLEO... : T.t.J.\ ...29 'lIuw
II Round Done _r :' COOK-QUIK BEEF CUBE STEAKS? =.-!?....99 ONIONS LB. 5Exclusive
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SJEAK.... ,, ( MAYFAIR CREAM CHEESE.._...... ..Rer"....PKG..'._...,.29 SNACK-TIMESPECfAI. --



1 STEAK..!..89: i

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Si IGH''US t IB $109 : ,- ..- --,._....._.. -- ::' ff3- Frrfijcfi'rfv: / ', )pours(! it( Food" F'air..artrriffc sfore-rfife EXCLHJ1VS'MR : '
$1000 WINNERSFRANCES I .))1 ,I I \MN: ) "\II.! Dozens) of(JIM/ lily Ruaratiteed/ Food Fair products /II l i iIliui
:' ,a I cknPlaM I,:\r r''K 1 i Greee_ ns .. &. MIIY''' you in i>M"i-v at Ificir' normal,,, ,tow prices. are now ictluctd/ tlf( I i
wf3 ,1 \ Mire Y"IeL'/ ''" nwul \
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KUrritt Island, FloridaELIZABETH 1")1 -r (fond rain Vrc Mir. runt ra rt. I.aJy Fair. Rfiivfufr. P. S. O.
"."rft; ... Ihrselnld,' other !food. lair exclusive labels are all backed by
LUNA -r- r, our I HINDUS/ ",,".1... I'Ira' +lIre mill/ .Sutisj'iuliou/ (iiianint/ /eeJ or yourjnoiii'v
Jackionvil! FloridaCIP pA, ;d+ ,,, (Cheerfully 1 Kejuiiilt-it., Mock up IIOIL"' ... Dan t miss a iiHgJ'
chance to save ululc,' this tcrr/tic. sale is ia giayesat>> r..fOUR

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-r PAPER ; \" FOOD F AI it COFFEE: ...................1.LB.[AN...."...........-,----(59c

/ THESE ,i POTATOES 00 / F DD F A I RHO R TEN I N G..........3.LB.CAM!.;.._.......11...._ 6g


SLIPS/ TO 11 I i I J FRE-MAR "1A YG LA N A I S E............32or.JAR! ......__.. "HIT'.... 3'7cI


ANGEL I FRUIT f 4 20.. $1
, i I FYN E-TASTE 1 '( A TS.U ................_............-N...?...._...-_..NNr girls
Po' IIi'ES
I If\ 49
FYNElEX DETERGENT......... ...GIANT! .!PACKAGE..._-- c
On all i 1 health I & beauty t aldtl r r FOR THE MILDNESS YOU WANT WHITE OR PINK REG 35* EACHLIQUSD

LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED 8" )...Rsernnwlaru1L .,.rnyRC-'-' FYN EU D S I DETERGENT........3 ; LS $'
.. 'i
L.. .1& .........aa. : D.a f\1J SPRAT ; REGULAR 10$ EACH PLAI NOR IODIZED FYNE-TASTE



BREAD'......BAG..ONLY2Q ..........A.n.25 n CAM oosizaFail' 5XJ FOOD fAIR I FROSTING, CAKE MIXES I 4 fOR$1
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PASTRY. rf 55 STTAINLLESSsSTEELBlLADCONGESTAID' ,DES.t:...-I0'-. ..._.(1.27 CANNED SOFT DR I H, KS..........REG. .....5/49..............M.............._._ 15>.. $1
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.. ..... 1.19 '- -!< F r C..I.K S Ca
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M E FAIR I V AccVARiCNat.w!! .. 6W xarAnaelyaREHrR /JE_'""; IlLtaxw/1x.PA SwPit' L QUALITY & SAYINGS
-w-- "' / Oreen
,.. ;; H rcea Corn
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aBWU6 !S T ; 1 tt t }> 100% '""-J Fair ;:;; ;-- ; (
.t'I :.. ;-IA I M.rthmb__' 1)1) ONt-m-DAY, VITAMINS..U... _,___..__.$1.49 EW _..." :'-",'#.....'..;.."
'" $
Luln( 1 : FREE EXTRA O.Rx".rA1RnJ- : FOOD" !FAlVASPIRIM.FOoVfAlV,I. ..-!?...___..?_?, N.N694 E B '_" >- .'%, &?_ "' *. J !f: I "_90014 _
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Bonus : LBPKG.FOODFAIRBEEFI writ T "oouOOH..OI t >. / p'. ''.:;::;;cr--,;;. :-.;, ...-...;. ...... ;- .: :" : FOOD FAIR SLICED BEETS.,...........-. 7 c...b $1 1
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i. ONION OR BEEF & r-------- ... $2.98 .
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R..._. ___.__PEPPER 0.. .. 2-966 CUBE" '....STEAKS_..__..;'. _..._..'. r; ""t, VALUE! .. FOOD FAIR GREEN BEANS....,.....,......... 7 1%. $1 1
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1' ". I Mchant T I": 1: : 'n MercfSnls' 1: tARCE 24* M.MULTICOLOREDScatter FOOD FAIR .KERNEL.WHOLE' CORN....?.............W..6 tANsGREENrAMP.I u... .$1
: I I -. s ; $) QQ r $1 [- ,. 1r.I.' /rIRANI"I'1 I AP UIIId'Vr. rEA.Aa. J9 4
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I MERCHANTSGRUHSTAMps. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : H .. ,. O'= 'PI i i ,,HI,'oU'.OIl ," < .rI"i O .REG 1'ltt
...... /IOIo'-J Oq fib : : Woo :r. q' .71k 6.Sa0AY; YM ; !
I HONIfNLW : : V i*H "\:OUK>N.MNNIfYANq 0 '" 2&
I ': LADYFAWIR I c: ALL SWEET t I FOOD FAIR TUNA FISH............ --4. $1
: $ BAkEDSPLITb.ggod2 0( 1 1 Q 2-1 LB PKCSMARGARINE 1 PEo"/r.'" r ..r TV.IE: I ONLY PI'.i r Fl, ,,''VUI' 'OU8INA.OH' 1 "R! tt I It JO '

....-..-,-'-,'-'CLOVERLEAF--. .. 2-9-44, --ROLLS,--. --.: :..-.----- .. 394. -QTRS.-.-.-. -.-21-.: Salad 1]I Dressing n 1;.-.....3510'\ I 'wsil'.I -Paall, d194,, ,4,,. FOOD FAIR AI'EfRUIT PINEAPPLE DRINK......--.....4 aA Id..6 $1

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FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS 1 1 FRee EXTRA' R ''F 'rn '" R "" R "''R FA''R
: GREEN,. STAMPS,_, : : MEnCHAflTS! (; A"NY .GREEN,,aror..w.wcrm STA.VrS a ;i ,Ir'.h e C"."elf y'a" NEW! QxI J;) 'I? wa 1' ACUt OuilrTY
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I Ton are hereby notified
I' serve In the Congiess I belie serves on the Board of Trus- ScholarshipsFor a salt for Divorce hue "been that

,e It to be a record' of Initiative tees of the Florida Sheriffs NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED filed against you In the alJuinuuied .. ,

dedication and service, Boys Ranch.He DependentsOf Court and cuuue and
j with a firm and steadfast belief and his wife Doris have VeteransM. copy of your answer. or pleading
In our free enterprise two children! They are members to the complaint on th'
F : II system of the Presbyterian -- .- T Dixon of the Fla -- I'liilntlffi AtUirno, Hun, i":,
.A. Ureen., Ji" <'l.,nie \i iFlorida '
; ION NEWS much luck, losing by a score
I 'I ple'ge'! to continue Independent Church. 4-11 Dept. of Veterans Affairs an- I i and flit t ih" ,d I.MI' ", i
judgement; voting my noted that the I..1XVTEV meeting. nounces that hU state!" agency The Heno Recieatioa baa- of 6954. in the oftlt.e nt tll.> i'10.! MI., i
Fuquay The Lawtey 4-H Club was HAMPTON 4-11 has taken over the Florida! ketball team pluyju the D&13 I II STUDENT COUNCIL the Circuit Court. KM. <'j i i i.. i ,\
onvlctlons) In un honest effortto counties" In this: new districtare organized! at a meeting heldat The Hampton 4-II membersmet State SclLOlar-hlp: Program In I JUnior Varsity team In Ht The Student Council of RJEis the .th day 01 Fbras' .o, .
represent the views of the showing signs of great iitltei'u' .*.. tht? lilt* "t
the market platform in Tuesday' Feb. 1, and discussed ** > > 'ii" f
HUh in the of publishing/
the Board uf Augustine last Saturday process
cooperation with .
peoplt-; am prlvlleed to growth and progress He wild 1 Cuiiiplulrit \\.11 IM- i "11; ,
Lawtey on Thursday Jan 30. project( plans for gar- Regents and requests! that all scorer, was M J. :Slocun:> with a weekly newspaper. We would an t otifeni4fd. .hvmi,
iel'Ve" pointed out that the popula- under the direction of MarvinRosier. dens and:! public speaking. It applications for this state 21 points followed by H Blye like all interested persons to This notice uliull; .lie ptilihitli,. ,
Counties comprising the tion of these 24 counties had Is believed that there will bea ed once each w...'k !forensecutlve r to""
scholarship] be sent to P. O and:! A. Williams with 13 each purchase a copy and keep Informed .
district are: Alachua Increased from 413.885 In 1960to week* In t'I.)
new and
lot and -
Attending the meeting of Interest competition
Box 1437 St. Petersburg. Fla. The Reno Recreation tam of activities on the Bradford County Tulfgraiih"
Baker. Bradford Calhoun, 484.500 today."I becoming charter members of In the club as these pro- Dixon state:! in order to will\ play the Gainesville Recreation campus. Mated this I Uiu I I lI.I\. i
Clay. Columbia. Dixie Frank- will continue to work the club were 13 boys and jects get under way. qualify for a scholarship the team in Gainesville GIRL SCOUT NEWS January 11UU.Si ( .
tin Oadsden. Ollchrlst. Ham- for Industrial development for: (: ':A I..)
eight gills from the Lawteyarea. STARKE 4-H following conditions must be Wednesday. Feb. 9. All bas- The Oil I Scouts of Troop Churl A arliv., ,

ilton. Jackson Jefferson, Lafayette our area, for we have the natural Eight Interested parents Tom and Zack Edwards are met. The parent entered service ketball fans are invited to at- 626 are taking orders for cookies Clerk of the Cn;" nil/ ,r. ,,nlv ,

Leon LevY Liberty, resources, transportation nod adults also attended. representing their club and from. the State of Florida tend. and will appreciate yourcooperation : 1I1'uIIII1 I .M :l1..d.. > .
Nassau Putnam, and the people to make Deputy> 1 Clerk
Madison! Officers elected to serve this \
and the parent served duringa Mr Jackson manager of by giving them un .
county by exhibiting: one
4t I I 1.\!
Suwannee. Taylor Union, and such Industrial expansion- :J
i year Include: Steven Rosier war period, April 6. 1917 to the Reno Recreation Center, order.
Wakulla. of their projects at the Florida -
cessful. Fuquay said. president: John Lee vice- July 2, 1921: December 7, 1941 i Is very pleased with the cooperation OES NOTICE
State Fair this Each \<>'I'l'i] or tlF5 0.' l'I'IIt_
HII'I'! (| Fuqua served two terms' In president; Bonnie Rosier. Secretary week. to September 2, 1943.: June 25, given by the teen- Dell Chapter 168 will meet -"''Ii'I'I'I'lII'U' : I TO in( :
the Florida House of Representatives CARD OF TIIXNKS ; and Jay Sapp report- of them has been busy prepar- 1950 to July 27 1953, and the agers. Parents are alway-:; welcome Thursday night at 8 o'clock in OW'II": 0." .\1t\1>0'1':1):

Don Fuquay before being electedto to all ter ing a fat steer for the Florida parent's death was incurredIn i to attend.BASKETBALL the Masonic Hall on Brown- 1'lIul'I.nl';
heartfelt thanks
Our hold T'tll, ,'fUtltlt, (to. N..tl"n I I1: "t f "iMitiit.r '-
In 1962. at the The club decided to Fat Stock Show
Congress and Sale.
who extended comforting service, or death was due lee St. All members are askedto 71 7. Flurldu Nl11''t.'< ..n.
age!( > of 28 being: re-elected In regular/ ] meetings once a Each 4-H'er lit theJr club ,
AnnouncesFor sympathy and help In our recent to disabilities Incurred in service On Jan. 26 the RJE Tigers be present and on time. titled! '1"101'1,1"; I Plnpoflltl> :I. iiI >f
1984 without opposition. month and a project meetingtwo wishes them success in this I and last but not least. I I'm, .'I lithiH'il I I'"'"", rt y A< t n '
and Tifrerettes host to FUNERAL NOTICE
Especially Dr. T. played ,
weelcs after each regularLet's (HIMIn I h"'hv" Kl-.cn thai I DI
Reared on a farm In Cal- Q. Rltch, Mrs. Hitchcock and activity. resident requirements showing Consolidated High School of Mrs. Cora Tutson motherof Pomona. llHtetl, Ijelou .ipp' Mr 1 i iUe
CongressC houn County, he served as bona fide resUence of parent Lake Butler. Mrs Altermease Chandleranr the onerw' of un<'Ijilnuil
and Rev. John R. Brabham.For : .. ..
perfwmiil or I Inttinicll I )' i\1|> .
State President of the Future ornamentals will withstand 5 >
the beautiful service years preceding the appli The Tigers won by a !score | :Mrs Mellonlse McDonald '. pren,,med ulinnilnnHd,l '. "477
man: Don Fuqua Farmers of America while! in floral felines and other abuse, low light Intensity, cation. This scholarship pro- Of 73-48. Hal oil Chandlerand teachers at RJE. died Friday. 000:1: Nanworthy, Mi"r.r<.i Mir I, (

.J i .',,'t'l I today that he hiuh school. He Is a graduateof kindnesses! we are deeply j GoGardening warm and cold rooms. vides not more than $300 Ernest Whltlpy' tied for Jan 28.Funeral. I II.I.5(1,1'' kv, Kin. -1..1-' I "i'I :,
,,1j', 4 -eection( to the the University of Florida Some of the ,bugs that gnawor shall be expended on any one honors I-I'll, 1 '" I 12 '.. 11"11"l" "' .1,' I I.. 1 ''ry.
grateful Howard A. Stafford scoring each having services will be held ,
Ktn 'k '. Fit : l-OHil(' ''1-i n 1 -ii "i 'k-
1 ., t n '-i' .iU s House of Rep-" and !served In the Army during and family. j suck the life from leavesof child within any period of 12 12 points. Charles Blye had at Galilee Baptist Church in lund, .1. 1 I-. nr Hutu., t 1 T InliiiHtlun ",

TIei,'T.i'ifi'om the newly the Korean War. I foliage plants are red spider months, including tees tuition 10 points. Coy Jackson 8, and Hawthorne with Rev. C. B. ,'i>n<-, > ''III.. 1111,,

( \ C')11 !', Ional District of FlorI'ln mealy bugs acales and aphids. and that only students In .,
) the Five Outstanding Young good The Tigerettes also won Sunday. Duncan Brothers the holder may'l hi- .Utiiine' *! iy
1< !Men in Florida In 1963 by the TilE RIGHT POINT: for the Editor In general, malathion spray at standing their college shall their game. funeral directors are in chargeof (anv perimnM POHR,..*!.I n K ,in In*
PK. (d IIIJT( a vigorous eamp.1 Florida Jaycees and has :received By IIer\ey Sharpe, ten-day intervals will stop an receive the benefits ana:! that I terest In the |ii'"i>iii'n' ( ,nil.
way you write. tome In and Florida Agricultural Extension INTERNATIONAL: TOURNEYOn arran ements.CIiUltCIi ilreRHlntr un lnffnir\ I to' Fred o.LHiklnHon. .
.1: n in every county in thedHIl numerous honors for I Service insect attack. no student shall receive this Jan. 27 the Tigers and NEWS .Ii.. >Ha': ',' ''mptrol.ler .
his civic and legislative serv- select your favorite KSTER-; Some diseases to look for benefit for more than 4 years.It n" .\(llmlnh.t"lIt.haB.1" : ., (>n.
u t. Fnqua said In his an- Tigerettes
< journeyed to Lake Services will begin with ed! I'l'olerty r'IIHI..n (Caplt 1.Tnllahasiiep 1.
ice. He is a 32nd degree Mason are stem and crown rots, leaf was declared to be the
"'ici'mont.' 'I am asking BROOK fountain pen. TELE-I City where the boys scored a Sunday School: at 10 a. m.. Florida\ HI miltn
spots powdery mildew and policy of the State ,,,
Shrlner Elk, Rotarian of Floridato great "mention 1\'lIunt irini', i r namo
i'iinMdeiation! on the basis ofl member of the American Le- GRAPH. Like people, plants are sub- blight.: provide educational] oppor- at 11 victory over Monticello Miss Fannie Bell Delestre in .and Rddre-sp ni. ,piii'lhwl,, In
made in the In the The best treatment for stem a. m. Coach Bradley put charge. Morning service 11 a. this. notice 'l'n1"**. punf' .ifownership
t the record I have I ,irlon WOW. Alpha Oamme ject to many accidents tunity at state expense for dependent -
rookie Louis Parks In and he m, Love Feast. Holy Communion \I- 1 pre'-i'ntd' 1 to thEh..h'
turnI have been privileged to Rho. the Farm Bureau. and: home. and crown rots is to cut away children; either of led the Tigers with 18 '... liy April :J '. 1 linn the
Take the case of the scalded all the mushy tissue and then whose parents entered t the points. 6 p. m. with. Rev. L. !propertv will I lit* dill!( .*<.1! to
Harold Chandler had 12, and A. Sampson in .
charge. Thereafter
the Admlnli' "
disease with
rubber plants. This strange spray a copper fungicide.The Armed Forces of the United
Larry Brown and Coy Jackson nil further ,'Inl: ,"" ,IIMIBI, '' hi 011r -
was eradicated in one leaf spot Is usually halted States from the State of Florida each 11. ,led to 1 the ,\ii,,1' n '*tn t*>r.
scored The final
BRADFORD COUNTY home by removing the plants by removing: the infected ]leaves -[ and dleIn:! that service score KUKI I J) O) PICKIV I:::-1(dX:: HI As
before aa was' 69-60 In favor of the TI- :Ml'mi: TO III-KKM: : ) Au.", I..I"rll"r, ,I
Florida soon as they
from the room appear. or from Injuries sustained or
In. 1..1t. ( .. 2'1 2t 2/10
'au.'t rflfrJC
certain callers vjsited.!.l :This :Mildews] .'arc controlled by disease contracted therein. gers.The ...."I,., Klorlilnt. In rtiuiKerr'u .
General Adult Education Program"It's kept non-imbibers from dousing dusting the plants with sul Dixon urges all students looking Tiserettes didn't get a < P No 1 11-)7' !)

the ornamentals with unwanted phur. Blight has no practical for a helping, hand. In chance to go back to the tour- Jo Ann l'hylils! llurnott.,'
nament on the 28th. Plaintiff. v". :Mel\ln( OliverHitmen. A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
The Tigers -
Never Too Late To Learn"Register cocktails. cure. It's best to burn an ailing their! college education, who Pefmlint: results.
Alcohol toxicity Is not a plant- before: the disease think they may qualify for played Peck High School =NOTICE" TO AI'I'KAR:

common disease of plants spread to other plants.If this scholarship, to please of Fernandlna but didn't have T'V' : :Mellln( Oliver .u..n..tt

NOW says Dr. Howard Miller]) plant the county agricultural make application. -- -J.
with the University agent is not handy to heJp -- --
pathologist S
UPO Building (Rear). North Temple Avenue-Hours 1 pm.4 p.m.
with a disease mail
of Florida Agricultural plant a Funeral
Daily. (By .Mail) Adult Education Director. Drawer 100, Starke, Florida Experiment Stations. branch of the sick plant to ServicesFor

32091.: You May Also Register With The Teacher of a But here are a few of his the Plant Pathology Department Mrs. Nauman

_Specific Class. In Person. hints on diagnosing other Agricultural Experiment
house plant troubles.If Station, Gainesville, and one SaturdayMrs. IT'S ILLEGALFor

Second Term Begins Monday 24 January and you discover a plant with of the plant doctors wUl give Minnie\ Lee Nauman,

Continues Through 2 June, 1966 burned leaf tips or brown you a prompt answer 83. of Starke. died Wednesday
Many plants to
then lighten on
margins. up
afternoon In a local] hospital.
the fertilizer. Or it could be set out of doors during

Courses Available mean that you were stingy warm, sunny days. Of course Born 4, 1882.in she Clay was County the daughter on July" Any Person or Persons to Engage in

with the water, or the damagewas don't place tender plants In of the late C. B. and Rhoda

Basic Education High School Review: caused by last month's full sun unless they are hard- Flood Oi Iff Is. and
was a mem-

Eernentary Clhzen\hlp! !\ EducationUu'4nesis Education English, History Science chilling wind.Yel10wing .and dropping of ened first.Plunging. the pots into the ber Church.of the Boatdraln Baptist Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

Courses Mathematics leaves is a signal of gas fumes soil to top rim depth keepsthe Funeral services were hold

Foreign Business Languages Courses Xotetaking (Stenoscript) age, overwaterlng or poor aeration., poor drain-Small roots uniform moisture cooler.and keeps Inside the the plant pot Boatdraln Safurday, Jan.Baptist 29. Church at the The Name Is RegisteredRead

WoodworkingAmericanism leaves indicate too little water with Rev. B. W. Sweat
andRev. S

Others (upon demand) vs. Communism existing and fertilizer In tight or or the heavy plant soil.is of-door your vacation might idea for consider and plants ask the a during neigh-out- fVosrer. Interment E. Bergstrom was In officiating Hope- This Florida Law

Weak growth or light greenor Cemetery, Theressa. with DcWltt -
bor to water the the
plants if
Everyone Has A Right To An Education yellow on healthy foliage rain showers are not at the ; C. Jones Funoral Homp
may mean lack of fertilizer, In charge of
EDUCATION IS YOUR BEST BARGAIN! root rot poor root system or proper. intervals while you areaway Active pallbearers were Ned: "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined kerW. ta

,'. that the plant Is growing in Coleman. Maurice Lee, Brady engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -

too intense light.A ConstructionNear. Collins Ira Wilson. James without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered wfth the

-<",...._ ,._ .. house plant that is yellowing Peterson, and Eugene Lee. of the where the of buslneaaIs.
,.1''f '.. wilting or has "soft New PrisonTo lerk of the circuit court county principal place

r---T- growth" is exposed to excessive Joseph Barys wit:' registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

If like going heat or has a root In Be Zoned all interested under oath the ofbll
you I I It Services Held signed by persons, stating: names
jury. Plants with small leaves
"first class" you'll like this A" / II II I and long Internodes indicatetoo Detail for zoning regulations At Hope CemeteryJoseph tho e interested in the business enterprise the extent: : of the Interest -

I ( little light or too high for all construction; in of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried
the Immediate vicinity of the
SMITH-CORONA Traveleri temperature. new State Prison facility Karol Barys' 76. clle 1 on. Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiring

Actually, most healthy southeast of Lake Butler were Friday Jan. 28. at his homeon to engage in business!' under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
house plants need very little Route 1 Starke. He was a
care. The greatest blight of worked out In. a meeting last retired candy manufactuier their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

these plants is from coddlingby week of the Union County and had lived here for 11 ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county

eager beavers.A Commission with Louie L. years. where said registration is to be made and raid registration shall not be

once-a-week watering Wainwwrig-ht director of the Surviving are on son Jos- accepted' by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof et
State Division'or Corrections.In .
and fertilizer
a miserly amount of eph Barys of Chicago Ill;

every month or so-- outlining his request for two daughters, :Mis.! Peter Ko- such publication.

keeps most plants happy. Cold zoning, Wainwright said that val of Cpa Locke: and !Mrs

water is taboo. It shocks the new prison reception cen- Mary O'Biien of EvanUon)

plants as badly as ice wateron ter and hospital] will repre- Ill.; one brother, Peter Barysof If engaged in business under
an exposed tooth. sent an Investment of. about Hawaii; and several grand- you are any

Neophyte gardeners can $10 million" and we T* ant I children.

grow foliage plants regardless the surrounding art'1to be i Funeral services were hcl! other than and have not had this
I own name
of care-if they stick to protected against unsightly. at 10 a. m. Monday at the your ,

Aglaonema, Aspidistra.! Bromeliada buildings and undesirable graveside in Hope Cemetery

Dracaena, Monster, Theressa with Rev. Father
businesses.' advertised and will be
Panelinu3! pcpcromia or San- He said present plans call Thomas F. Kelly offlclatlns properly registered, we

sevierU. of 20 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
for the construction'
I ': These and other "cast iron" Home was in charge; of ar

homes 000 range In the along$20,000 Highway to $25.-S- rangements. I glad to give you all necessary Information as to

STARKE 231 and a 20-room bachelor tent of the Interest, of each Is
t quarters. .as follows: what you should do.BRADFORD
Wainwright also said that N.\ IE .
N'athan n. Hayes. Jr.
,, : BUSINESS highways In the vicinity of Route 1 I. Rro<>k..r. Plorldi.
<.. the new moon facility will be KXTENT:: OP INTEHEdT:

DIRECTORY beautlflM." N'.VTHAN Sole O.Owner HAYES JR. .
Robert Drlgtrers. Union !STATE OF PMUUDACOUNTY
County clerk of the court OF BRADFORD
CLASSIC8 I 1 Sworn to and ..ub. t'lb"d> before
said the zoning restrictions COUNTY TELEGRAPH
me this :25th! day of January
AUTO REPAIRS : apply to A strio 5.100 f et >66.T.I.C'ILP..

i by SMITH-CORONA ... ....."""...." long and 300 feet c'eeD on the NOTARY 'H ,
v. .... / east! side of the hlffhvnv, 00-
TOs troadshouldered everything In Its < I Earl's GarageALL Florida. at 1M.....EDw.\RDS/: /
portable outperforms i'GoodHou
pllI poslte the facility. He MH mlKKlon Expire .
I: 1 j class. It's handsome, versatile, easygoing. and built for ...4. ......" KINDS OFI present" requirements" are! that (Notarial. Seal) : .: ---- Fvas ___ I Il
extra duty at home and office. ...."'.. AUTO REPAIR WORK :2!it: 4tp 2/24
i I t. no home containing less
LL-: "''' fe '' '' .... = ,;, 1 jfr I All Work Guaranteed 1.200uarf!! \ feet can be built ,
;:; : ,ii .::: :: :== 7 < "_ So.Phone 969-2084: In the restricted" zone" and<
Walnut Stark
that of
commercial enterorlses!
"* CHANGEABLE TYPE' 40 optional! special accents [ AUTO SERVICE all kinds are! excluded.!

: S \ and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custom i The Commission rreed' < to

/ .::. .1 keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. Gilbert S. Brown hold the line on restrictions
In the Waln-
vicinity, and
t, (FAT: J I[ JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting fac- Standard OH flervlce Station wrla-ht !said! he'will send the I

: I tory-new precision and performance. '!I.t.f.i .,***.. .,**.... A. ATLAS board additional] criteria for I
;. \ TffiES.T1'ERIES zoning. He raked that all proposed -

i KING SIZE CARRIAGE. two inches longer than most for extra big Budget Term*- Road Service building plans for the

! typing jobs like charts and sheets. restricted section be submitted -
S J reports ledger fifa******* 4J Phone M4-7071
to the Divisions of Correction OFFSET
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407 N. Tentnle Starke <
;. t J S HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE 'at no added cost. for approval.FOI"Tn'TIO'. PRINTING


Service StationGaa T. the undrritlrnod. b..lnw duly
Only $ $121-59 worn, da h rby declare un-
! Tax Oils Lubrication pr oath that the namp of all Bradford County Telegraph
Goodyear Ttrm &: flatteries. p"r.on. Interfiled. In the bu.l-
newt or profeiialon parried on
301 and 100 Starke anoCEUT AND MARKET at

io_. Brooker Florida, and the ix.r .

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