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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 10, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Incumbents ReturnedWriteIns By School BoardNegotiations i 14 EliminatedCourthouse


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1 2 School SitesThe
Brooker Election


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Bradford County through competitive bidding.
. Brooker'a incumbent city officials withstood a bar- |
School Board decided in Cultural Project
of write-in vote in Tuesday's "confusing" elec- aj'
rage special meeting Wjdnesd.w< : At its Tuesday meeting the
, tion, and all were returned to office in spite of the night to investigate the PCM- j I board voted approval of an Following a site inspection with architect Frank

upstir. .. .1 ____ -I siblllty of purchasing hot/n | application for $36,400 In I George Tuesday morning, the Bradford County Com- I

None or me candidates naa by 28 votes to 18 write-ins lor ti acts of land which have funds under the Federal ele- Board Sets I I mission! narrowed; I the courthouse site sweepstakes to

opposition on the official Roy Carroll. Brooker businessman been offered as possible slt.!s'' i Continued On Page Five) a iiem! 01_ inree.The .
printed ballot: but all received and incumbent councilman. for the new Bradfol'd-Unio'll I finalists i iI I

a healthy onslaught of write- W. C. Stalnaker received County VocationalTechnical List I are the: west side to Orange Street. This site
Priority I-PI'operty on
ins many of which were not 10 wrlte'-ins. and four or five I Training Center.Superintendent. _% ; % ., I 1 of US 301 starting: at La- would Include all or portionsof Ardell

counted because of names or other persons received smaller Congrewtnian Billy :\Miittlicwn M|11.l..h.nh"I'. / told... 50 chillyHiectut Tom Casey K 1 layette St extending southto properties owned by
John A. Torode Charles -
initials hnpl'operlylitten, 01 numbers. brau, dedication of and board member II. A. Lawson On Road JobsIn the Seaboard i Peggy 1 railI Crosby
not marked with the necessary Mrs. Iva Douglas, incum- I | (>r they were e to couiv out to it usewerage designated to I Sawyer, Mrs.\ Klmmons !M.
were contact I road right-of-way and west
X. treatment. plant on micli .it cold day Tln congrcsniiian F Hazen, Claude Prevatt and
bent clerk not seriously .
was
the owners Involved: with .
Incumbent Mayor M. O threatened, receiving *9 votesto was the. Keynote speaker. at the ilodloitloii <"f I tile city's regard to posslbb! price nego '.; I a special meeting here E.: D. Tenly.

Harrell was returned to office 12 for the highest write-In. new '30''>>,000 sewerage treatment pliuit Saturday morning. tiations. |I' Brad- 2-The city-owned recrea-
Tuesday morning, the
Ann Starling. Seated '..ehl"dI'IUII.! ..\\".. are i'lty Council' (" ", Ir"'n Curl tion property between Pratt
The action followed the ford County Commission -
, approved and Center streets east of the
Negro Woman In the marshal's race in Ilnmt.. engineer Earl Itevnent of 'jMolds. Smith anil I Mills, board's approval of a motion its list of primary and present county Jail and extending

which no candidate qualifiedto anil Itaviil, B. Lrc. tllrntor ..I I lie SlotItotinl. of Health's piesented by member Itoiney'; secondary road requests lou Including
I east to U. S. 301.
have his ballot
Arrested On name on the Bureau of Sanitary i'iuglneeringg.Treatinciit P. Hall calling for acceptance i fiscal 1G66-G7 to be presentee;! the present Bill's
,
Victor 14
Jones received
of a long-range master plan i j to the State Road Department Drive In and several other
votes next
Clyde Green t
was for a Bradford County educational I on March 3. j.w'g. businesses.
high with four.Incumbent .
Liquor ChargeA Councilman O.E Plant Dedicated center contingent upon I Remalng as number one to American Legion and adJoining -

satisfactory acquisition of the be constructed from seconian.:! property on U. 8. 301
Green ; ..
received 39 votes
Negro woman was charged needed land. I bond program money is rebuilding [:north 1 including the Carl
and E. W.
with Illegal possession of Hodges polled 38 In Ceremonies Saturday The two properties under : the so-called Hydrocarbons -, Hitch building now housingthe
Hodges will sucreed M. O.Harrell .
.
intoxicating liquor last Thurs- consideration road to primary speriflcntlon.s.
are the old airport Chamber of Commerce.
day afternoon following a who did not seek ra- belonging to Lacy Con- Hi-p. liulitleyHuntley This Is described a1 All of these properties
election. Congressman D. R. (Billy) $161,000 In federal fund went
surprise visit by sheriff's deputies I Road 231 starting at Scout
of'
way, and located Just west I would be In excess of the five-
Among the write-ins In the Matthews praised the citizens into construction of the city's
Hole
and beverage agents.A the present school property Bridge running southerly acre requirement which the.
warrant was Issued Council race C. L. Atkinson of Starke for their "spirit of new facility. and the W. Pratt Street property -I Seeks to Intersection with SR "23: Commissioners and architect
received 15_ votes! and A. B service and dedication to the The director of the Bureau I I
charging Ollle M. Albert with of Guy Andrews and A. and thence along 235 to Intersection Oeorge consider desirable fora
of Intoxicating Adams. 10. Some 11 oth.ewriteins community" Saturday In ceremonies of Sanitary Knginpering for : with 18 BrookerIn
Illegal possession J. Thomas Sr. A figure cf SR at -- courthouse site.
liquor in a dry county for council received dedicating the city's the State Hoard of Health, $1,500 per aoie had previouslybeen Bradford ClayLegislative the No. 1 spot on the re-I : One of the sites that had

with, intent to sell after a beverage lesser numbers. recently completed half million David B. Lee, saId' the new mentioned as the I possible snilnr secondary list is nine- been considered In the running -

agent turned up some 14 Brooker's new water system, dollar sewerage treatment Starke plant li one. of the- asking price of both tracts.! tenths of a mile of road turning -the block across from

gallons of whiskey and vodka I which will soon be under construction plant. finest in the .Htiite. He told The airport propeity contains Post south from U. S. 301.( in Denmark Furniture Co. on W.

while on a routine license'' and which was opposed Speaking to the approximately the chilly crowd that 1.539: around 42 acres, and Stnike and running through Call Street, including the residence .1

check at The Reno beer tavern by some residents. Is be- 50 cold officials and treatment plants have been the Pratt St. site Just over IK Lincoln City to a deadend. of Mrs. C. A. Knight,
lieved to have been a contributing interested citizens in open nlr constructed In the state. durIng In second Jun'k4ul! Hryun
operated by the woman. acres. Rep Louis Huntley of place on the sec was eliminated due to what
The warrant was signed by factor to the write-in ceremonies on the sunny but the past 20 years. ondary list are approximatelyfour '
Tentative drawings for th? Orange Park, Incumbent Clay was described as "high cost of
beverage agent Walter Jen- flurry. chilly morning Cong. :Matthews Stirke's new plant, operating "long range" educational County lepresentatlve in the miles of road in the San- Putnam LawyerIs demolition" of existing build-
said he favored Increasing
nings of Jacksonville. Seventy-three votes were now at about half\ its capacity complex were presented to the \ State Legislature, has announced ta Fe Lake area Approximately ings and the fact that it did

A related charge of possession cast out of a total of 82: who federal budget expenditures of a million gallons board at its regular meetlnj: : his candidacy for the two miles of this would b. not afford visibility from U.
and lorul
aid to
for state
of a beverage not permit. were qualified. every 24 hours replaced a Monday by architect Don! House from the new district hardsul'fllelnthe\ grade( CandidateFor S. 301.
ted to be sold under license governments. He noted that' structure built during World Morgan and were the comprised! of clay and Bradford road starting/ Faith Presbyterian The board instructed Oeor-

has been filed against\ W. W I War II, In 1942. when the. best Casey said of many Counties."I Church on SR 21, an<( Jj8; to make teat borings at the

Parker identified as the own- materials were not always of study re'Ult// look upon the newly re- running west to intersectloi State SenateJackson three sites to determine If

er of the tavern located at For School Board available. The city had out- As outlined by apportioned legislature! as a with Traded road thenci the underlying structure la

1003 N. Church St. A warrant' .. grown the old plant; in the plan calls for a vocational- real challenge In serving the north and south parallel tc< suitable for the type of con-
ha been Issued for his arrest. last months of its operationIt shore of Santa Fe Lake. Th
technical training center at a people of Clay County Rep Bryan. Palatka attorney struction planned.
County Judge T. A. Yawn was operating at only 13: cost of $262,000; a Starke Huntley said "and now addedto second segment, also two announced today he Oeorge said it would be

set bond at $500 on each de rLLAWSON\ 'WILL. per cent of its efficiency. The "middle school" I designed for thU responsibility Is Bradford miles would start at end of would be candidate.!! for the I about a month before results
State Board of Health had! refused SR 21A
piesent silver
fendant. grades 6. 7. and 81 J costing < County presenting an near State Senate from the new of the test drillings would be
Recently similar chargeswere to allow the city to enlarge $433,000; renovatIons and additions I -vrn;; greater challenge and a Lake.! running southwesterlyto 15th District. comprising available. He pointed out that

filed against Clifford. : ; SAPP WON'T. Its ewer system while; to Bradford High at real! need to continue my efforts Little. Santa Fe Lake and Bradford Union Baker. Clay. primary consideration should
using the old pin nt. and it was on to public bont
and Marjorie Kelly operatorsof an estimated cost of $260.000; ': to apply sound business ramp. Putnam, and Flauler Counties. be given to availability of utilIties -
Kelly's Nlte Life Cafe near [ < thought that would be a deter- 1 and addition to Staike Ele- :irinclples.. economy, and efficIency Primary Projects Former chief admlnstratlve and good ground for
.
Lawtey. :' STARLING LIKELY : rent to attracting contract Industry.The stll blllza- mentary costing $50,000; and! I to l state government."I Six projects!! Included on the assistant to U. S. Represent construction adding that if
new take th3 primary priority I list! weic: the board should decide to Include
a bus garage!! at $30,000. believe we can ative D. R I Billy I Matthews. -
II. / LttwHon. tlon treatment plant la constructed of state 1. Rework and resurface a fallout shelter then
Assistant Police The plan also calls for an waste' out Bryan pointed to his Wash-
I HO it can be expanded .- extensive study piior to ex- I i I Lures, nnd In the next eXPl'ndl-1 BR 16 through City of Starkr 1I\J\ toll experience plus five the water table level must also
At least one incumbent representing DUtiict 1 and! by tho construction of additional past to Clay line.
County .
funds lf>> theLegislature) the be a major con. ideratlo .
pen: Jinx uncommitted i I: years of representing
Chief School Board member! will not !: units when it I caches
Resigns the board's cuirent chairman 2. Rcwoik and resurface
and probable funds. It asks I, 'lourrpB of revenue to reli"ve I Florida Petroleum Council No priority was assigned to
be a candidate for re-election. its Sewer extensions
i I' said he was not ready to announce ciipnclty. for c population: study In the I II he tax burden on real prop- FR 221 I old Hampton cut-otfl I before the State Legislature the: three sites selected.
It revealed this week
was and! stations are beIng -
Starke Police Chief Bill) his Intentions, but pumping south end of Bradford County I ity and tangible taxes," Rep. starting nt US 301 and run- all evidence of his expeilencc Bond Funds Remain
Reiser announced Wednesday Ethan A. Sapp of New River I would likely be a candlata.( constructed! now.( In Green I before construction of any: Huntley added. I nlnM: southerly as far 1\S : and qualifications for the Opening its special session
now In the home stretchof Acre and, SouUignte( Subdivision i needed. I II
:
that Assistant Chief Kenneth Candidates: for State of fie'2 new b.Jl'.dlnll.' In the! Hamptonand The 38-year-old< Orange post. The Harvard trained Tuesday, the board voted to
Fuquay had resigned from the his third term on Ui' H. at a rust of $1J O.COO) in faimer I 3, Rework and resurface the let $903,000 in courthouse
(including Senator: anj Representative Brooker areas This Park businessman, lawyer said he was personally
city police force. i board. said Tuesday he had ) can start qualifying another ph ise of the expansion should not be interpreted as a I and cnttleman was elected to old I leg( of 100. near Crys'al! acquainted with members of construction bond money remain -

Rosser said Fuquay sub- definitely decide not to offer at noon Feb. IS. and the of tho council.('ity Hewer system :.esommendatlon to close either the; Florida] Lcgislatuie' In Lake. that used to lead to the the present Florida Legislature on deposit In the Com

mitted his resignation last for re-election from District 5. must qualify not later thnn by The city nnd, trunk I of Ihesj schools. It was 1964. servIng In the 1965 session. -'I' overpass before 100 was 1'1.- the State Congressional munity State Bank for six

Monday: to be effective immediately 1[. A. Lawson. a veteran of March 1. Candida fcr county : linen new plant/ constructed I
Up until the time 16 years on the board and a office may qualify with the with units arc, being raised the Casey also recommended for two years as a member of 4. Rework and resurfaceSR most of the top administratorsIn compounded quarterly. I

of his resignation Fuquay past chairman stated that hi* I Clerk of the Circuit Court at mile of bonds through\ Hold 1 in that the board's expenditures: the: Clny County Commission, 235 from town of Brooker Tallahassee and thus if At the end of the six months

hud served on the force since hat was In the ring for reelection any time after noon. :Match 1. the city's revenue$2OIO! ( refinancing < for Insurance be studied thoroughly and was: its chairman in 1964. I rat Intersection with SR 18 at elected would not have to go period, new bids will be call-

October of 1961. from District 2 but not later than noon In 11)64)* the with the aid of UH He Is a (tra-hinte! of th University railroad I running south to through the "Kettlnn ac ed for It was said.
Ill health was the. reason (North( Starke I. I March 15. program plim' state department, with the of Florida where he Santa Fe River at MeDavldI :: quainted" period common to \ Clerk Charles Darby read a

Riven for the resignation -. W. Starling of Lawtey, I Continued on Page Two I tool, of reducing those co.sM I continue I. On Huge Two! I Continue I On Page Twol I I IContlnuel On Page Twol! letter from the State Auditor
Rosser aald.Policy stating that the Florida.

Bank at Starke's bid: of 4 25

ChangeAt By 3-2 Vote per cent on time deposits of

six months
compoundedsemlannually.
County LibraryThe Zack did not meet


Public a change Library in the has polIcy announced -- Embattled Keystone Police Chief Keeps Job Edwards county the with Interest requirement funds must rate be compounded that Invested all-

of checking out books. I
-- quarterly.

all A*books a convenience and magazines to patrons.will Keystone Height's' embattled Chief of Police Casper council could not obligate i a i resignation at the January .out by LaRue. for his cooper. i ;

be> checked out for a period Brune, under fire for the past month by ;MayorAl ( ': succeeding council as to temporary I meeting/ suggested that citizens I utlon In securing the county Showsi 5 Arrested
In the chamber should he road crews for work on .
of three week. It Is hoped Nelson and two new members of the council, kept I employment.
Former, M. L. Bean- given a ehanre to speak. He stieets In Keystone Heights!!,
that this will eliminate con his job Tuesday night by a vote of 3-2. mayor : After FightAt
ley took the floor, asking that said that he had heard o lot of under authorization of leglslatlve _
.
fusion caused by the present' The action came at the the chief act 65.957, sponsored bj _I -
the matter be viewed In "Its!! statements agnlnst : ChampionSteer _
.
policy of checking out new council's regular before TavernFive
meeting regarding the appointment of true light." He charged that but they were all made be- Rep. Louis Huntley during th
books and magazines for two I chamber
with
a packed Brune at that time. Accord- the council was looking lot a hind Brune'a buck He challenged 1IKJ3/ Hesslon.
weeks and the older< books and I spectators *Interested In the 1 local men have !been
children's books for 4 weeks,. outcome of a controvery start. Ing to the minutes the chief way to get rid of Brune. however those who had made Later In the meeting whet charged with participating In

ed at the Jan. 12 meeting was appointed to fill the post i It could be done. After a, such' statements to repeat the raod work was brought ui a fight which Injured two

when a motion Introduced by temporarily and records Indicated cautioning by chairman Wat- them at this time, again. Roy Tyre who will oppose men the night of January 33

TheCommunity that he had never been I kins that ho might be out oj] Only one person, Col. John Murrhee for the commlS'! at the Michigan Ranch southof
H. Redfearn
Councilman W. ,
Hank seconded b Councilman appointed on a permanent ba I order, Eeasley said that "nev, Beldler rose to speak. The In- sion post: In May asked foi E A t State Starke on SR-100. accord-

y called I' sis. Therefore :Mayor Nelson\' I i er before In Keystone has'I'; cidenti. related by him were the floor to state that hi / Ing to the Bradford Sheriff'sDepartment.
at Starke I George E. LaRue forBrune's !said, the council's action. In there been practiced political I ': deemed more In the nature of would assure the city of continued .

resignation. i January had been erroneously- | patronage." I complaints made by assistance from th<
And Brune refused to resign by I I "hearsay" Fair j I Charged with participating
\ the requested date of January made, and the matter shouldbe 1 t Mayor\ Nelson retorted "An!h' persons not tlll In the comI county road department dur i In an affray are Charles To-

The Florida I 15. and the Feb. 8 meetIng one of confirmation of ap I you accusing someone of doIng .'I I' munlty. There were no direct Ing his term of office. If elec 1 rode, Medford Shealy Jr. Cal-

Dank of Starke date was set as the time polntment. that?" charges. ted. i I sin Henley Jr. J. L. Sweat.

for) a hearing on the matter. Nelson said that the town Beasley replied that a mar I Andy Park a former city LaRue brought! up thj facl and J. L. Sweat Jr., according

Will Not Be Open I The chief's reappointment was being hurt and getting a had made a statement thai; employee who has been recom- j that he had practically no I to Deputy Sheriff Robert MyI

For Business Tuesday night was confirmedwith bad reputation through the he had been promised Chiel:r mended for rcinstatment by'I' money with which to operate I rick who Investigated. the In-
Councilmen Roy Wat. treatment of persons by the Brune's Job prior to the las t I LaRue. said that he had been the sanitation. street and Zack Kdwards: : 10-year-old pound. or just under 1800. cident.

Tuesday, Feb. 22 kins. Bill Beam and Walt I chief. He said that In hit opinion t city election.-\ He added thai t threatened with being- fired by I garbage department cf whicl-)I son of Mr. nmi :Mrs. Maurice Thi.wii., .<. the first time thata The fight erupted at approximately -

Thomas voting to retain the chief's great oppor. If a person's character Is tcI <1 :I former councilman C. H. Hab- i he ls chairman. lie said that Edward'! Jr. of Rt. 1, Starke. boy hue won the show from 1 a, m. outside

GeorgeWashington's Brune and Councilmen LaRue tunity was "to make frlendi I be assailed It Is up to th
.Birthday and Redfearn voting againstthe rather than, enemies for the council to let that person da'I|I Into difficulty with In ncej of repair and asked ., Annual Florida Fat Stock the first time that Zack had ed between the Senior Sweat

A J .gal Holiday \ proposal. city." fend himself. A round of ap'l 1 man Bill Beam council-I for a meeting of the council Show and Sale held at the entered this show and only and Torode when the groupwas

Mayor Nelson\. Initiated the Nelson asked City Attorney please greeted Beasley wher I 1 time ho was later this week to discuss!I Florida State Fair In Tampa the :second steer that he has still inside, the deputy re-
he said "If it is going to taki I I School I last' Thursday. nhown. la ted. Knives and night-stick
action Tuesday- night with a Berwick Anderson to rule on I election of a Board the situation. This was set foi
This Space Contributed I statement that complaints the minutes and the present 30 days to drum up chargeswe : I member. Beam later retracted I tonight [Thursday) at 7 p. m Ziick'a 900 pound Angus Tom Zack's. !! older brother, were used( In the fray In

to Publicize had been lodged against Brune status of Brune's employment. I can probably ask for th
Weekly I by persons alleging" "rude After reading the charter, Anderson I resignation of part of th
Community Event by treatment" by the chief In said It was his opinion council and perhaps the may,. gasoline." which action had been de,.II0IJ steers from all Florida serve Champion of the FFA required stitches and Torode'

The Community 1 the course of hi* duties. that Brune could be ousted by, or." 1 City Rood Work ferred from the Januan)f : His steer was purchased at Division and was purchasedby jaw was fractured.All .

State Bank I Nelson referred to minutes II the council without preferring Councilman LaRue. who seconded .1! Clay County Commissioner> meeting was the council's ac-- the sale on Friday by Publlx :Morrison's Cafeteria for five will appear In

I of a February 1964 meeting charges; and that a previous, the motion for Brune';,I1 O. J. Murrhee, Sr. was singled ''Continued on Page! Twol Super :Market for $2.03 per 60c a pound. county court this month.Julian. .





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l III'. antI :Mrs.: .. Barney McUm -

Jr... of.. Uake City were, ,: viaitlnjiMr [ Treatment j Economic Agency i In Flou, ida to learn more about l.i'llolne, ; 30;:;. Jarkaonville: Jiiii..

I QO : t and I Mrs. Mrllue Sr., am t ,I : the tobacco program. All 2:;.

I 1.1 tuulty on SunuIs. Plant Dedicated : To Meet MondayThe I growers are urged to attend .\ 1.1.1\TlO\S:

.Mrs.\ J. (i. ( akLWL'ii. housekeeper Economic :' and participate in the meet- KstC.S. ToHun, 31). Jark.Moll-.
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nt I Pu it sIft.uti Countvllnspltlil. Bradford: County ing.
GLADYS MOOTY I I Continued From Page Onel I Ilitt.OOO Agency. Inc. will meet j yule und Mary Solomon. 17,
I I \I. Is attendiiiK I a u shout'I
I I Monday Feb. 14. In the I IStarke Sturlco Jan. 31.
.Phone 9G4-0651 (tuutVuti\i in inineNVille I I hit I,
1 I I. () .federal' I grant.CVmsiiltlng Marriage Licenses
week.Seaman. S't J J7r .. engineers" for'' Elementary School I Bfiico, Ai-nell )Kilwuiil.07.; (; .

Dr and Mrs. M. C. Stith of :Alii, X. SI. Smith and I Kei'riiit" Turn. Moori'. I ih<- project. arc Reynolds. cafeteria at 7:30: p. m. The following. nmrriufie I II- C'liiknesvllle, and Mlldreti Ab'I'

Fulls Church, Vu. brought daughter u Terrie. wore in Miami u who h.is' been stul I it unu't, .it.t t ihi, 4uulth i>, .,n" Hills of Jackson- Rev. Pelder Rowan president : reuses were Isxuuil, .,, by the blue ..lerreil.I" Jl i, Oaineavllle.

241 3. H Li. Brownlee }1onu.on over the weekend visiting. I (ireiit I I I-ilkos, Naval:t I Station t u i tile Following the ccremon- said that all School County J Utl.8; office during: Jan. 31.Sewing. .J

Wednendiiy after her visit Mr. and I :::\\1 u-u. Jerry" Holilon. III. .since. her trt. will ainv.u 'Saturday. engineer Earl Board members.. County Com- ,I Jiuuiiiry: :

with them for the pnW 1 Ixnonth. three, I unit. homeVednesday foi., I IVMeeks 'u missioners and each mayor
UlchaidVnimTtslil I I Dfssent. who headed planning : John Cuopur! Not'm it, 39. Class
and member of the city councils : i
The Stithx, will remain I l.eun.ird Wood, nf l"'8lf I spent \\ 1..11\:. III l the Starke' project led Still Ue,,, and Lillie Mio; Hood. I

with Mrs. Orownlee until I the. weekend I with u1 II'. and I Il Mr. and, 11". Oirl'' Kuni. 1 ,pictiitorH'! on H tour of the are all Incorporated towns ,10.) Stnrke. Jan. 10. I 1 To Be FormedA

SaturdayUlr .Mrs." .1. \Vnimvilj' lit.Ml. 't. Johns, and, xons. 'and ;Mi, "itnMrs. \u ui l ) in the county are urged to at- '
; urA" plant
: Jerome" Clem Orifrin :2.).
and ;Mrs. I Don. Un :wi'll" u nnl ;Mrs. !l.! I.. M.it-: 1I : i, (:Sena, I'1llIIw'e, InII: /t Cong. Matthews. alluding to tend this meeting. It Is hoped < Stuike.t nnd Lliul.i VoncllloVVIlllaniHon. srwiiig' class Is br-liv.; planned '

mid dallghl..r.1': :: '.... Johnny I liens" visited\. Cell nnd,I ;'l lit.I ... .mil S I over I the weekend.I viMitiiif.Mr. I I I I lilt' federal\ funds which helped I to have representatives from to assist homemakers with
19 SUirke Jun. 6.
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Jobn on. were visiting I Pvt. I LouieVailsvorth. ... in IJve ():al It nnd Mrs.I, 1.11 mtI: i Sli.iuMr. _____ Una nee the new plant said every public agency I I I I som of their construction

Johnson, at Fort .".,,'k..on. Columbia Siiinl.iy. aflerniMin.. I and :Mis. W T 1 Ja. I I- ,I I'J i .. more and more of the federal'' county. This meeting as wellas VVilliuni Robert ;Moody. 21. prcbleim. according to an Announcement -

s. C. over the week. Mr. and ;\11.... .1. U. \\'lIini son had,. as K ests. Snndi.n : .\ 0Plfllntl/ bndijet \is being made available all others held by BCEA. is | Ktulke. find Aquillu) Grave: ,1 by Miss Martha
'ld N. J !
Missionary < H'-li
end. f.imlly ii'imlon : :Mr.. i .1111' i 'i, open to anyone Interested in II i iI Koon. 18. Silver Springs: :\ Jan.
., .
I ) Home
|i \\ I Ight; mil son. Davlil. visited 1 School( inirt the Phlla for assistance. to state Sue McCain. Extension
Mr and :\11'''. C. I-. C.II.p..I.1 (lie. Stnte. l Fair, in T.inipa. last. and Mrs. A. (5. Ixunion Sr, mKeystone f To Speak At 01 the Bible. She JelphiaCollewe will and locnl,) government He I any phase of the Economic I'I'I I 10. Economics Axent.

and :Mm Ada flat bci' werevlmting Wednesday.,, I Ileluhls.. Mi amMrs. '( aid hail increased. i Opportunity: Act. Howard Leroy" J.icksun, 28.
snlil such 'Ve lnc-,
how slides Classes will start <
relntiveH in Chief In mlll Those who t .left Monday t for. : i" P. I I'' )London. and. child,. Pine Level and speak on the cent of the federal 1 Chief purpose of the .Jiick.sonvillu.! Sandru: LeeCuews.
mlnl.stery\ of ,evangelism from 1.4 per day Feb. 16. and will m' ct
l TiieMlny.. They also nt- i en of Tampa. and l Mi I ins next Tuesday will 18. Stnrke. Jan. 13.
; active. duty, I Iriilninj with I the : In meet-I'
; ) budget' or $3.2 billion tot four or five sessions. This
: the children
:Ml among of Ger
tended the funeral I of ::\Jr'". Klta : National. I liuiinl: at l-'ort. I llennliiK. /nnd :.trut. A. O.; Loudoi,; : s 5I"bll11Outtrtdg., 1057: to 9.1) per cent. or $10.1 I obtain Information I'l' Ciilvln IJyron Taylor. 22, number In each class will be
many.
111 t'.iiit I a missionary!' to Ge.l -
l 1I1'IJ.R"11> : in Dixie County n.l.! weieVn.vne, : )l-'arr' Jr. nnd CIIII1I1 '. Mr. and :Mrr:\ I. hili lon. In 1967. He said he him a proposed;! Bonifuy, n nil l 1 Knth KlulneKlrkluml ; limited to eUht

on WwljU'Mihiy.Debbie I lia u i Km' used 3 1'., H.I 'l\IlIn"I II Tom Jackson and ton, an<[I many under. the" Child EvaiiKelism I' CEFI Is an undJMiumlnat long favored allowing .states tokeep 1:. Youths Corps project for 1. Iff. Lnwley.. Jan. 17.CliurlcH .
-! Hpanjilw IH confined : II'H.tlll'glll'et: Jnckaon, nStarko. .t Fellowship Intel nation Ion ill organIzation' \ which Bradford County. The NYC Persons wishlii" la: enroll or
l > I Ureen Rvsuutt'I
"ili CMyJe the taxes: .
y | I a portion of KilwHi-il I Voting 111.!
ulth chlrkrn : I will speak and show film .seeks to win boys and Klrls. to makes provision for who would likj marc IIfol"maUon ,
pox. (iiiriis.;, .lnniM. "1. UiHon.. program
"' ; 11\1. I paid to the federal government Hith ('; nnd Vlvum Ar- '
Miss Sully. Ann Kpprmoii: ..I' 1 Donald. I"". :\1"\'IoI.,, | H'.ph..1. I :Mrs I Huston I :McCl.ine" of At. at the Pino Level Baptist I Christ through Bible Clubs Ini ,I so they can help themselves part-time or full-time employment dellol) :Springs, : 19. llnnip- may call t1\(' ExtensionHome "

the ITnivcrHlty of Florid.i, nndDiinn.v liinta.I Cia.; frum'ednen.1 I Church at t 7:30: p. in. i homes and by conductlna i for youns men and McCnllough Economic, office at
spent
:Moody: I Jr., 1 Holieit I t \ I Prevail I I II Jan. 20.
Clmndler .>f Floi'lilaPreabyterinn and I :Michael:. Simpson. day to I'IUI1"with her" parcuts. ''' Wednesday Feb. 16. She I Is week-Ion! children's meeting these ( federally women between the ages'[ of 16 ton 964-2865 before February 14.
"Until then
i ,
.1
\ College 1 sju'iil 1 the :Mr. unit ;.l"is. <'hut ties. :u1ueli. :Mr.u and :\t"5. ( euiu'g, pictured' here with two children The organization also sponso"s sided ) projects, are absolutely and 21. who are members ofI AlbertVv.il I ; !\ JiiluiHon. tn.! This clic.- will be conducted(

wt'ek..mwith Mr., anil. :Mr:\ *. ( .I"ig: and fiimily uC11)"- ': Klynn s I'. ;01.... McClnne" Ju ii nCi,'LI with whom she has I adult teach training classes necessary" he added I low income families. I i I -Jacksonville .mil Peggy Joy < by Miss McCain

\V J. Kppei'sMvn. The l K:|I'|>or- 1 cioss 1 I !Ii. Uele vlrtitintf ;Mr.l. !, (till' family: on Frklny; for. I th I' worked.' The public Is invited to attend Mayor Randay Chitty was The Office of Economic Op- |I T

..on..* had ,u family. hi! Ih.la.dmn'I' : .\' : iml I ; i u's.' ul.s t1t Wlllluni* ,on'Sitndav. weekend.Mr. ;Miss OuttrlclB I Is a graduate the meeting here./ master of ceremonies at the I porttinity defines a low. Income I

on Sunday lor :Sully I and. :II''I"c'' .lonex I ,dedication. On the speaker'sstand family as one haviru. an

Ann Mrs... !l.: "I. HivlM nnd I Huroihy wen' "* III V'aldDstn..
Sir t un.1h.: l t. Timothy I H.-u I i. :llisol1'I"I'd( Mis. |11.1. .i- \urd.iy. visiting :Mr... and Mrs.I, ,, ant l son. :Mike, attended Chniiman Watkins. Senator Carl Hurst. Earl De aenl, wife and $500 for each additionAl -

nUnn \Veatboro.. \1.,IM4.. \\ .'I. <. vls". I hi, other., i Claude )H. AnderI (toy. Shaw. the State Fair in Tampa over Charley John Rep. Louis project" head and engineer for I member of the fam LIMITED TIME ONLY U

recent' Kiieats of Mr." nnd .Mitt.I I I '01111\ Donovan's, Convalescent" I I.,t'x and Mol.inie OI'.I1"C the weekend.Mrs. IT'intley.: CommlS'-ioiier Mur-\ I Reynold, Smith. and) Hills, ; ily. .1

Hill I Oruhinu.Mr | I Home. In Jacksonville.. :Sunday'; i ialnesville:u hpent, the first ofHie : ::\tlll'lunfoY"I': ; of Jacksonville rhee and hlm..elf with th- Mayor Chitt .. Cong. :MatI The Bradford, a-jenrv has

und ;Sirs.Villl.ini, ,iil'tcimmn.Mrs.i l I, I week with their I grandparents I.I I. is visiting; :Mr.! and State Road Department officials I thews! and David B. Lee. dl- I been Informed that no fund

George and four ,children ufHlulfiih : .H..
are renting: Hie Seymour luuxliU'1'.s).: I ', :Marilyn I,s mid :Mnrthii Jones u while I their parents t .Mr.and u I week. fui therlnti the. city's opposition l- 1 Sanitary hngineertng.Board: ; for the remainder, of

house nt bit l N. \VVutC! t und, I I'oiiKlas (('"tuncu' spent[ ) "l"us. ISiizzy ( >'reen wereconlined ::\\11', and :\11'''. H. C. Crawford to the plans for icpuvlnif< I this fiscal year. The agency

utreet, Mr. (o""l'gt'' ( .. sirrpp- the weekend in I lljitlle.I I ..lmiK.Miss i with I I virus.Dr. "" have rented the Thomas SR 100 through! Keystone. He has been advised however. to SEEVESTERN\ AUTO

teil, the |>nmtloii of. :Ministeiin : ; vl..ltln1.11'. ; : 'y Holllngor I and, ;Mrs. i Donald Chnhli u house nt 137 \\'. Washington. said that the outcome of the i Sets I submit a project as soon as 1

)'Iu..icHnd l Eciticti;: tluut lit I the lit t William-Carey I (_'..ulleg).:o nndMr. 'and t1 II.t aid. ;Mrs., HoherlUruen formerly occupied by :\1.. anti meeting was that the SRD possible in order' that it

First 1 JIll pl h.l Church..Mr .. and. "uI.t.5. L> POt ILl l Winters.Ml' I I : ot Winter Piirkveie, ,, | :Mrs. Clodui Perry' who hive agreed to limit the expansionof : Road ProjectsI I, might/ be appro'.ed hen I

; and \Ir". ICinile;: tifiiur.viix .- :: ftnil, :Mis., li. K. Andrews weekend guest of 'sl II'. nndMrs. moved into 1 their new home on the iitht-of-\vav: to th.1 I 1 1I j funds. are made available for a

of Spi' lng1l.ll.. Muss: spent had as nests. "tu'. HUll Mm.Stephen '. I i .. Herbert' Thomas lit then: i: SR lOt) West. : allroad sl-'e oC. till' hluhway I from Pal ge Onel Other aspects of the" Economic -

'the weekend! wit h ;\ti. "mid, I II (Ivelley of ..IjieUiumvltluon \ .-limp in I tinScrnli." :\1.... and ::\h'". William Ut, eon I and that ,curbs.. uutte"s. and I Opportunity Act will

Ol'.n'hll.... '. and Mrs. K. I K.: ,Kit I III.in :Neptune: tleach \\" 'Ie'I..lt. Farms '
I Mrs Robert enloulo Friday and! Sutiml.iy, nut :ult t |loC sidewalks! \ would 'I".1 Installed resurface SR IH i'" be discussed If those who attend -

to South. Klulid.1. fut the Uin.-l.in Thonms of !Knit ;Myers i .I ; Vs ut..I Ion lug from WcdncHdnv .I ing their uncle and aunt. Mr.I from one city limit! to the Rework and through' i'' the meetm desire f uri -

,mcm1h. on Sunday.Mr. I to. Snnilay; in West, I'alm I and Mrs" J. S. Sapp and funi- othtr. (from town of Brooker to In-.. i ther Information $

DtHiRl.iM. Seyniniirlio I t n :: //111,1>I ?ut rut.' Umoks. I I'.iulk. I lieiich;, : with I ut II't find 1ut II'>". William I| ily on. Saturday.j I' A committee comp'l.sed 01 Oraham and Hampton

ecived 1 his. U.ichvlor. olSounee /and iliiughtcr).: l Karen, of I.like I Whlclu-llo) of I P.elleville.Mich. j Local admittances' '0 Hrnd-, D.in Morgan. Frank Iliieu, t''''.'"1'\.1011\ with SR 100 ne.ii Tobacco Growers

.
degiee:i iind iltjiI ut iou City spent the \vei-kend with I ; ford\ County Hospital( tv-! \\euk Tommy Mlllican.. H. A. Own- Therssa.

from' FSU on. I"ieu.. 1tt'( h:04": ,'n.h'd ;'Iu. nnd l lh': ". Dave Paulk. :Mr.t" and s Mrs.I Cecil, I Dees ofMayo include: Till man :Mclntosh. heY and William Few. was 6. Rework' and ,esUI fll'e SP: I Meeting Set
appointed -
for three' .v<'wr' '' in the M,-!!. Jimmy ;Mnure, win In : u weie Sunday quests: .of Janle: Carter: P. M. lit lefoot, to revising" the 227 I least end of Brookei

Army. He left lust''' :?:\lul\lI"; 'l'nllhll"'C'/ the weekc.nd" l ::\t r. and I MI-M.' I.. I II.) 4 Crecn: nnd. Clifford' Thompson, tt ls.' Rota: building code.study road I from US 301()l wet to lntemertlon >: For Lake City; _

"(or Fort\ Benmns.;; G where .she attendeil her ,daughter. family., Snyder. Walker" MuOee, Betty with SR 18 ne-n\ !

:"t"us., Myrtle t I Dendy of Jacksonville Jo (jririK i Henry Ui, it hit?. Mrs.Fein Graham. L l'V..t k,. eeiwal man-
Mr> Joseph. I1lleihee: a ndKiHmlilntighUM I Malta's''' I initiation Into Pi \
: .-. lilt Smith ol I ISeta t" I I'hl sorority.Dr. I wa weekend, g:|sit'utt Well"leI'l'1I1 Williams. Bryan Seeks Commission Chairman Jerome | hoer! of the Flue Cured To

J'llllltma last. Thursd.iy of Mr.t and ?tI It.". i KV.: Huvu'sMu. Bal bat: u Ann Green of Star1.ut '!. I .Johns explained: to several hacco CoooerntivtshilIzn,
City weie /nnd 1tt II'''. It. S. :Mulllns '
to Sntnrday' visitors t o..I| und family .spent the weekend (" and ;\Jr'". I. U. llixon, II'". 1.1111111 t U'alkei, of Wnlclo; I Senate PostI delegations, that It I is now. firm Cornoratl" and the Cui
.. .. :Mult( I noprafive's directir frnrrI REFUND
Ralford. .
Jnmes Kent of
have sold their farm' onllrnwnlce
:Mrs.!! T. I D. l>ynl.Mrs. with ul II'. nnil :Mrs. W. l.I K.llowell the board's, policy to IncludtI :i
Florida.] Billy W. Hill of Janem' '
Himd. nnd. are" runt Ann Ciirllcin of L.utktGeneva ; list 1 I:
Iturolil' I Ondwin.. Mrs I in Ashuvlllo. N. C. I Continued from Page; One I Iniuu't I Iin Its secondary prlotlty : have announced, the eielvth !"
t ,ul 1c's.Ia.: Combs m ?Macclenny -
lOg the (!len! Conner' home on those. roacls: thnt It hri-|
V W. Strlokland! Jr.. and :\ i only
uI
"rut Mis I I A. (n.! Yonj-ne of Fiiirttclil : \' ( III' annual Stabilization District -
Mallie Urlflls Lnwtey;
West. "IIKII eland Street. :Mrand I : '
legislator beforei the ne.xlfiscal
)01I'n..ltoun. :: the ..lunloiWoman1 .., new ) money: to build In
of \ I. returned" to )hem homo" onrFrliliy 1 :Mrs.l K. D. Wilkinson uu nutI Mrs. Claudia. (todwln: \ of I Keystone .. meetlnz for. Florida tobanco -
i I
Club ntteniled\ .J' : they can begin! effective service !! year.A .
sun- I I thiee)
: after" HpendlnK i I
Knth
and Mr The meet n
: '
I two son of Jacksonville havipnnhased Height: > growers.
loiDay; lit' the SomhsUI'Woman's ',L' weekstth I her, hi itt lit>,t'-i ii-las! ivIntl Smith of Hampton.Mr. I' Irtvjjp! d'tlpgatlon( asklniI !!I will be held at the I ok" Citarmorv !
) the Mlxon tutu iii of
Club In Jacksonvilli. ,:.) ., ...1..t"I.11'" : tutu :Mis. J. (..3.I'lildwell Cadet; Jack, !I.'. .Mi-Comb! Jr u /and 1 :Mrs..1)5 e Hill otAlachna !, I A director of the Putnair I I for the hard-surfacinii[ of th: I Lake Jeffrey! Roadon on your purchase aSUPERLINE
last I I Chamber of Commeice Carl Johns Road
Thursday. : County :o-cnllel I
of. the U.S. Air Force Academe : were Saturday visitors Tuesday. Feb. 15. at 2 II
and former Jaycee officer. : to SR 100 was I f
from Hampton
;Mm.. Charlie I ,
and
nenf, Oolomrlo. SOl I IncsCnlo. of Mr.
Bryan is. also a Rotar- I told that funds for this pro- m.An
-I I
.. made;'" I the Dean's list inI Willlnms.Harold. / Informative piwirnm, ha1' ba t
Williams Jewelry Has I lie, last senieater.Mrs. ( HI tell of I Palatka Ian. Woodman of the World 1 lert would not be available in been planned hlihllThtPtl l b'
i and a deacon In the FirstI ""he I next fiscal year Thev I
I Hazi-l flit "tb nnd :Mrs and Frank" X. Mnrdock of the I I an optimistic report from the

The Perfect GiftWE I Pearl,, KM, wards, < weie in Tallahassee ,,- Lake City \'.\ Hospital arepatie.it I I Baptist Church of Palatka. Hepl'e were promised however stepped stabilization staff concernim
| is 'lcnt'elect:! of the Put- up efforts bv the county
: "over the weekenil visiting In the Stnrke, NursIn the previous :year's operationsand
i nnm County BuA\ oclarton.He department' to keep trp ;
;Mr., and, uI h'". FranklinKitch. j Home. jl'oad the oullook for the future
has served, as director ol In better shape. I
rort
John Torodu and tofu". Johnny John D. Pnlm-Jr.! president
I the Ampi, lean Red Cross. Spc- The. Commission will -
:Ml. nnd Mrs. !Muck", \VumUof ,, and 11"1"1'' In Tampa pie.'cut of Tobacco Associates. Inc.. or
rrtary of the Greater' PalatkaImprovempnt I Its hits to the 3RD la:
1.1Oa I k weri, vlsltins. :Mr. over. llic weekend attendingthe I his ,'epl'esentatlve.111 discuss
Committee and Lake[ City at 9:30 a. m.. u
and ;\11'''. J. S. Woods\ on Sun. State Fulr.Mr. ( : that organization's! recent: efforts -

anti :Mrs' Diivid ;Montgomery i as a lead"in] Scouting and 'I March 3.Huntlcy. to promote Increased exports -

(JUAKANTKK: AM I) :SKICVK'UWHAT ; day.Mr.!" it nul. ;011'''. (iiirl Malhew.sVHiU'd t weie Sunday dlnnel'glle..ls United Fun3 work. At Harvard of flu"-cured(! tobaccoBill ,

I their granddaughter.Mrs : of Rev. and ;Mrs. !K. F. he was president of his To Run Anderson executive sec

; ( WK; SI-U.; Dennis ;athews'", who. I I.I. I" Montgomery( : Su'. In Luke. City. I grnduatliiK: class and is North 'ctarv of Tobacco Growers Information

-<"! Iniislv, ill In Putnam Meinmial :Mr.:\ and, Mrs. W. F. Swinyerof Floiidn Chairman of the Hurj : For Committee. will AIRCONDITIONER

; THIS WEEK ONLY. ", Kospitnl Pnlatka.Mis. Keystone. Heights wereSunday I yard Law. School Fund. He yet Legislature discuss current problems confronting -

Sallie nelltimy of Inlerness evening/ dinner guustsof [ relvphis! undem, graduate deree the Indu tl'v. Including -
: at the University of Florida I Continued From OnlV8s wlrf BIHOra _.
2.3 KaratDiamond is visiting her, son-in- Mr.! and Mis. \\ H. Noll- Pane I cotnm"nts on tobacco taxation :-

law and diniHhter).: :.lu.. and uherp he was a memb"r of < active In I'nmmprlt'I, and the health issue. I Now for a limited time, only get a $20 "Cool Cash" bonus-in addition -

; Solitaire j Mis.I u Jack. McConib! for BOVernl ,, man.Mr.. and ;Mrs.' James C. I. Florida Blue KI." '. and Is now ties and n m"mhpr, of Sl I
: I weelt. 4.t Sannders I < and son. Maik.u are ( area chairman of alllmni'Rclh.itv Chi fratrrnltv' Tnter, "sfed In I elected annually from each one of our G-E model R0108B or RD908B room air conditioners, ,

.. tluariniliM-il. Weight/ :Mr.t and, ;'uI"is. Marc I Jackson moving; to Kinston N. C. this '1 foithe GaInesvilleiflStittitiOli. I commuiiitv affairs!'! he .servedas !t I county. at the district mp.'tluu.s We will send in the proof of your purchase and you will get a $20

pent the, weekend with, hei weekend wh"'e11', : '. S.mailers' president of the Clay These conimitteemen refund check within, ten days from the General Electric distnbu-

: Super- parents. sI It.i nn,11I'1, : !. H. i KSmith. : has accepted, a position with Taxation, education pro- County Chamber of Commerce .trie, the vital function or tor. See details of offer below.

$ \ In \Yilllslrm.Mi. the Sid Eagle Associates Cor. ue!.s. conservation and home I helping to disseminate Information -
$1,050FOR f I of
and member
1 n
as
.
Special
and MI.... ( ( lhutonuut poration. tile will be the main planks regarding\ Stablllzatlon's
ei'ly () I the Excouthe Board of the I You Get Super Quiet .
n in\ < !niatrnrm Brvan revealed. ,
Merritt .. operations to
Iilantl.: FloridJI visited other tobacco -
Florida Council Boy
North
Super Cooling. plus all
I
Ins ::\ and :\ with other Issues belntudl..d. /{ well
pal'l'nt.11' 118.I. Scouts of America.' He Is also urouers. as as the Your choice of
I HIM AND HER. L II. (:Jibson. over the weekMis. Keystone Chief < He said he would general public. these General Electric
n member of the Junior
cooling
capacity
,-..1! Albeit Peterson. of 'nvor, a limit on art valorempropei Chamber of Commerce. Lions. It was pointed out that this' features: :

;Macomb., !lt., Is also. visiting JobI ty: taxe.s. along \\ Ilhompl..t I meeting otCel'1an excellent: S Powerfulcooling airflow
and
The Latest Ht'lesIn Keeps Moose Elks
the Cibsoni: .). (' revaluation and ,re- Allen Mn"I'I1'11" knownnoiitlc'al opportunity for every growei -up to 570 cubic feet per 19,000 BTU/hr

:Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy Car-" eMnent to eliminate present I minute. MODaL RD908B

nell of Jacknonville WI'I'.I lt. I Continued From Pane Onel Inequities. HP pledged! to commentator had I Automatic
this to sav about' Rep. Hintlev temperature FOR LARGE
InK Mr. and work for better quality education -
Mrs. Volley' Starhug ccptance of the lesl nation of In "The Speaker's, !Man\ control.
at all levels with emt'h.lq Save LIVING AREAS
BulovaAnd : on Tiiviklny.Ml .
Municipal Judge:' C. H. Haberstroh .- ual": Air exchanger.
; ,ami, Mrs Si ford Rltchof on hl' h"I' teacher pav. I
follow Inn which councilman "Tt Is rate In legislativehiitory. Reusable Air Filter.
aa In"'III'l'l'e' In n refp-eru-e to the 'tibtiuitlnl :
23,000
SiunduSu'VCfluulg : BTU/hr
Other Benin moved lot the for. a first t term 1 li(>elslator up to Heavy-duty (for
dlnnef gUests of Mr. wildlife: amid 1 naturalresoimees design
appointment! of attorney to be the author and 1 or MOOELROI08B
mil :\11 H. J.V.. Hitch., : of the Northeast long life.
Fine Ralph Thomas to fill the position. 1 lainal: I Introducer of n '"11.101 I
Florida
Mrs "'. R Sewcll of Ht... k. Rica Bryan saId ho FOR MULTI-
City Attorney Andersonsaid ; I nIece of legislation! which l i'fuiuinted ,
and ;Mrs. Kugcne.: Horda. of would! take an active InterestIn
the chatter I ptovtded l for Into )Inw Such) a rent I ROOM COOLING
WatchesAt I Frostproof" are u \ X'isltlnR "ut u. 'conservation' l.iw? and resut.!I'a
the mayor to serve. as municipal \was appomntlsliPrl, 1 hn"11
,mil,I ;Mis Colin English Jr. In non or fish) and 1111 11On /1
Jud-if' until another' Is np- Home Louis I.. Huntley of Cia':
he thinks
Tallahassee for .several days. Rule the
polnti'd" by the council. La Rue Count
:Mi.( and Mrs J. I II. Odoin Jr. oresent" "local-bill" Io'St"l1In
Trices That said that, it was his opinion the leulslnture! U With) a strnim hit rest' Inpducntlon.
visited the Stale Fair In Tam out-modi
I Hint the mayor' shoul-i A-, find wasteful he, was successful,
IInd could
I'.C. Ih."k'n.l.. bt
Will Please You polnt the liicle and asked theCoimicli In wrltinu and
: ntperrtnn to
c-.r.1
Mrs C. C. Teston. of Kinjiland. ; cinort by pt'antlnmOI'e\ authority Electric Room Air Condition. .
to turn down the. mo passage: a clTiivie' In thfn'
-
Cia. wns Sunday. ,, visitor ,, to counties and cities toi c
You'll Find Our Stock The LargestFor of Mu I, and :\srt. C. S. Had, tlon. The vote was 3 to (1>?nl with lornl sltuttlons.I I I tn',11ot, the Minimum Fnund- ) "COOL CASH" REFUND OFFER
dock. a!:aln it Beam's recommendation. 21' Hiyan n u I)Ion Prnarnm for, the nuhllc.
said he
would
campaign through the State Farm
This Year's Valentine Gifts i su'hmools. which 1 places" '!!rcntei ,.
Mii Tliehna : .. : auaresslvely: in each of )
Mendoza and. "
"CAR I
emphasis FINANCE PLAN"Here's
the ,
on s'/e of thefIrst
Zoning board ciia1u'nanJohn
;\l titus. < j the"Istrlct's six. : Counties!'! and .
5loiia: Jrthns of Jacksonville I, by - at-
Bird made the I'.coln- era ti'. d-'sl'sned' 1 fo prn- ."""" ... ..
would -
try -
A to Npu..nb.d
Complete Line Of Rings spent !Sunday' ; with Mrs.Cm : contact personally how you masave)/ .
j virle .smaller 4u C.,5.1" ...
mendat ion of former. i classes for tOL'i'ldi' 1$2000 I IuCu.5
I lie Ritch and ;Miss I' Annie mayot'I3asley ns ninny people as po.ssible. I- when you buy your next ...... .it..u.sl.. ...... P-.ass.e I
to fill the 0111 I He plI"" Hep. Huntlei _'. ..'d .... GN .wec u.. I
Keepsake Wedding fling SelsPrincess vacancy claimed strong I car through the State Farm
Dniliy.Local" sup- felt t'ie' first -- -,..... ... I
the board, whlrh118 vp ir wni tnn'si' Car ....,.. _
accepted POt! fiom all countli-s. and 1 Finance' Plan. You 5..u.d .a. p. ... I
I u",Iii i t ta,ui. to. Due-1.. miclul period, In -011.' ii
J II .student'development. a..s
Dinner. Cocktail toi's, H""ltal. thin by the council.rOl'Nt'II. said he was greatly ...nCOIII'aANI save on financing. with, the> 1 -- b p. (
| week In- .
'
ACTIONSIn : by the enthusi.istic A child< who 'nils low-cost auto loan I'll help
Birthstone ,clurteDanlrl, Huxley Jr, of. reception t fo, obtain 01'1,1,)
I a foundation( \ you arrange through cooperating -
other business, the he has
Doctors, council already re- REFUND
fnli-t; William, Starling ceived. then In "readlni .suffers. a bank. And you'll' L
Mother's King' of !''Itll'kefr., :: ... approved a one-year ex-1:
(! _ : Wnnda handicap which Rep. Huntlevbelieved get economical State Farm
tension of W. Van Bryan Is
O. Vaalen'tlease a bachelor and
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ni.iKK! and Mrs. Zonn RdwardH: jse'.rtom'!: could he. Mutual automobile (insurance. --
Clans Kings of Brooker at the. Keystone Airport: i at 2215 Can- St. in Pa overcome For
; and H.tnnah Robert This complete
new In'a_ ...
of Lake Butler.Mr. detel mined that the city wa.sfnot I latka. He has lived in Putnam the oneof details call ir* .

ALL IX TilE LATEST :STYLES; ::; liable\ for damage:! done to I County nearly 30 years. and few maior legislativerhanaes ma today! ___
: and Mrs., H"nI'n'l'l: ( !,. in the field of education ...
Carl' Wlborn
cedar trees planted by In Newberry. OFFER
Pierced Earrings! _Bracelets-_NecklacesMEN'S son and :Mist: Shh'l..y1"1'1:: Dwden.hen the airport' ,requiring< an additional! | ,?.wu..cr. EXPIRES FEB. 22ND
son were. In Leesburn me-p appropriation' STATE fARM'"
; Sunday< dlari strips. were mowed and Rep! Huntley .....,..... .
; ap- (:AHI or THANKS: | Mutual Anlmiwtit* Company r
: : JEWELRYCtTFF ; visiting :Mr. anti :\el'''. Virgil : earned the
proved the installation ofutl'f'et Our respect and .MM Otl..; _..n&'.... I Iiiuaus u
: LINKS TIB TACKS UINJS( Morrison and son, and GeorgeMoirlson. : lights: OJ. SR 21 between who heartfelt thanks to all j plaudits of his collpnities In --... ---
; ( extended: cOmfortingsymp.stliy j the. House for his ,successful.. WESTERN

Mid.' XV (0.! Hall* .returned In HIIl'Theatre Garage and and In the front D..h'c-I. of : and help in our re-1: efforts.\ MERRITT H.WILLIAMS AUTOASSOCIATE'
cent
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orro\v For the
Williams Lint Fiulaifti'u !iu''k' beautiful Ise | Rep Hunltey is married to
DeWItt
Jewelry C Jones Funeral vice, flinn) effertntv(
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visit in :Miami with ;Mr and ,Chapel on SR 100. .. ant l lothei rhc foumeitf: ( 5 "W.lid! of I STOREM2
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:Mrs. Woodfln Halle and fnmily. Former we are deeply Flonlfay and they have three! Walnut St.

I Mayor Bt'1t81..yAII :I uiateful. The family of I children. Frank. Edith F.ll/a- Phone 9G1-5391:;:; : w'. (,'',\1.1. ST.

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ChoIr u-Iieaisiil( !. 7.W: ,I II IM UIII"11" (> 1 1-> I'; i H:j i': V:01 lil. ") f; ill I] < anif bout when I crippled his hip. but crutches

: ( \ >1 ;ON S'lltKl-.T; : .-i'( in""i. A'Kl.cvv. VV i i M (I. k: 1 ic_fiitl! ., found $130 in have been DO seilous obstacle: } ,, I I

I U'TIST CHIKCII Ei on"nt. 111/ B.otl"I'. :i toJi ri ,n In .1 V..nt..u'u store and I to his pursuit of an active' I II

,'.*u. 7 .!:0') it1' ,m 111 ,I it to the mnnageni I normal Ilf % nor has his suffering .

I 0(111( ) \\'. ;.Miullion Slrwt' I I ISuiul II tI TI':i' .1 w Jinn 'I'i <:lion< nt. niMiml'i' It, belonged to !slower his growth as a

liiiiiiunil.I Huiibtuin H .:30p I tiio stiii P A clii-rk, nt the cash fine young clt:1en.:
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I :' (ly SI'I'vll'e>l: Sumlm.School. < I "
GLADYS :MOOTY 1)45): am. ':MurningVoislup \ m, GA meeting, Bc"I innuiMu4c 1 icjt'-tfr, however( levealed "It's a trhgedy; of our tlmas

I \ 11 am. Intermediitetim : Activity 4-30: Lotlic that lip money was not the that the Mtark] Andersons pal*
Phone 964-0651 Methodist Church Young People's! C'hmipi Moon Circle meeting. 7:30W : I !noie'j. so It was !turned over 'almost unmotlrecl while other
D.a'on1 4Pia to Vonhu' pjllce) to await de- youngstrri. gain public notice
J active, 4'G: pin Youth Fellowahlp [ dnpsday -
Calendar for the week: : I 5:10: Training Union, 'dr for ReUval. t U.30 p. m, I vrlc.mciu: |: \ !, If no one claims in law violation! child custody

I Church School 9:35: a. m 0:15.: W1IU: Prayer/ Clicle 7:15Evening : Pii\or: Ml'etnlJ.: 7. Adult: the money within six! month. batt e.s, or serious acci
I Mark will 1 b.$1:;0 richer for"finders
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Choli' 8Thisij dents
; 7:30. piuoticc.
Morning Woiship. 11 a. m Woiship. :

,I Youth Choir piactlce. 4pmMYP 'I I Wednesday Prayer and| ., Feb 17- Visitation. saying rocs.keeper's.1 as the "Honestjvr la a towering vlf-! ,..

II Praise service, 7:50::: p. m 10 n. m Primal Choir pi!acme tue and Mark Anderson even
Snack Supper, 630Churchwide
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', Church Choir practice 8,31): 3-30.: VI ltatlol1. 7.1 An- A picture' of Mark appeared; : on (crutcr's, stands tall in !a,,
Mission Study 7P. ,
nu.tl SwrethfMit, Banquet, at in the Ventura newspaper: world whHrh often seems overpopulated -
Tlniml.iv Sunboiims. .lanior
Miss Vivian McCullough Mr. Young m. : -
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I und Intermciliutc (3.Vs..1 the lunch( 7:30W i with tlir ciut."hPH that he hasboon with mUhty small
Wed In At Monday -Olil Scout Troop A. usii4! for !tho past year people" '
Itoian
Ceremony Hampton 330: p.m. f-Vglnnor. / Prlmirv, pnstoi
meetings in FcllouMiip Hall1: I niifl a half, due lo a bone In-
and Junior Cholra I.10:
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Troop 605 at 3'1S: : Troop 608. pm fc('i tlon in his left hip CTIIS TO "
Mi-s\ \ VI. Ian : a gUt from the bridegroom Finders-Keepers OIISKICVK: :
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4:30: ; Troop 607. 8:30.: Methodist Nunnery piovlilod. A plare I
rtaiiKhter of MCCUIlO1Uh'l Lynn Hall of Hampton served He was al.so the subject of HOY SC'OfT WEEK
L'-tfr as best man and ushers Men's\. Club business< and for all ages.-- Hev. Folder The Honest Way Mitorinl! comment In. the
dinner meeting in Fellowship Howun pastor The First: Methodist Church-
the bride of ChniUs Edward'YoUI were Lynn McCullouuh, bro L'j I nrwspaper which said:
of Startoc invitei!"
all Cub
11a candlelight ceremony ther of the bride and Guy Hall. 7 p. m. Ladies Nlsht Nliie-veni-old Ma.k An: oinu. '- "The trouble with the Mark Srouts ajid their fftmillei. tonttend '
FIRST HVVTIST
at the First Christian Haddock Wednesday Piimaiy and Min "I'f :\tr. and Mrs;. AW I Anrte"-oin; of this woild is I tbe I
UIL'ItCII! STAKKK; morning Hervico( on.
I Churth of Hampton Sunday Mrs.\ Lucille( Vlckery was Junior Choir piactice 3:15.: I And* rn of Vatni.iC'allf \ I lliBl thoir dppdi of honesty oriliailtv Sunday. Feb. 13. Thi-j will be

afternoon. Jan 30Clvon matron of honor for her sister Family night supper in Fellowship l- Schedule of SPIV Ices: I .uvl. Plan '.son ot :M'sA : I ,i.v( too seldom iccordcclt in recognition: of National Boy

( in manlnsre! by her and wore an aqua street- Hall 6:30. Mr*. Wini Sunday Sun.'ay S:'hool, I W An In ''on nnd< Mi,'. i\ndMis Scout Week, Feb. 713.A .

father, thp brld'\ wore a full- length brocade dress with fitted fred Vass, Presbyterian mis- 9:45 a, m Morning/ Woisiup.elmon : .I O Cu''!!'l! of St.i.Kh.is ,,. I ":Miik, 1 I',i< .spont n var and I IJ.

Icivth i.own\\ of while lace and bodice and bell skirt Her mionary to the Conga\ :: will be .< "'What A Deacon "VTnsl l hl'\11\ m.ikni. t'lc li".\". a i liiir. [ nf '11'. vnun. life on! I

net The skill, was tipr''d crescent-shaped bouquet of guest speakerThurs. Be: 11 II. in Youth Cum: .itirt! ,Klilrini! i. ilipiin\ of Hi". '.'n\' i '.<." litsuffiMs" from an CUxcifird Ad In the TELEGRAPH :-'
from waist to hem, nnd theflUl'd carnations, and tulle and satin .. Feb 17 Chain 1 brines results.
piartkc 5 p m. Training;; Vent!in 'i .SI 11-Ki '" p. > ii'iin: w'i' ]h i !uHMD\ *'trarilv

l.ic > .jack'1'. with Ions headbani' : both matched __ _..__ .. ., ... __
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of her dress c'n"L ""' ...._..,n..J ; =..;;.-'U'O'oI.WO: :: :: ""'" "'''' .n r "
If'ebutt.med[ down the the color

i front Her shouldci-lenuth; Bridesmaids were Debra

veil lell f-orn a :hin 'stono: Hart, niece of the bride and

lima, ind ->he can'lid( : a bou- Betty Prevail cousin of the 4 BSS DAYS Thursday Thru Monday

quei' I i''! vxrtit,. ( rnation', and bilde. They and the flower

oib': oieath centeied with girl, Peggy Crawford wore

\\\iilti' i 'hlJ II ''I' locket was pink brocadedresses styled;
[, like the matron-of-honor's, GREAT BARGAINS ON NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE! '

carried pink crescent bouquets

of carnations and wore

matching! pink headbands.

Ring benrer was Donnle Vlck

ery, nephew of the bride EVERYTHING

The double-ling ceremony

Mrs. Gayle Shiner Is Valentine Queen was performed by the Rev.' FIRST
Charles Clarke pastor of the
Contestant From Beta Sigma Phi church A )large basket of

white gladioli, and pots of QUALITYSTRETCH
This. ;year's Valentine QUCMI Joined.l the: sororilvMi greenery decorated the front
contest from the Gamma Theta : und Mrs Shiner air the of the church Mrs Clarice

Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi parents of two voiing
Sorority is :Mrs.! James W Jim, nge 6: and Both 2'.. Hall sang "Because" and "I

Shiner A graduate of Long- I Mr, Shiner w"I* formcih' Love You Truly" FIRST QUALITY

wood College, Farmville. Va. I with Hercules Powder Company ,. Mrs McCullough, mother of ;
she is INted In "'Nho'sVho'' : and now V.. runejitK' on
the bride
wore a blue Seamless
navy J INn DENIM
Among Students in American leave of absem. from Bradford two-piece diess, with matching Nylons
Universities and Colleges" I County Schools to work Slim JimsREG.
accessories and her cor-
:Mrs Shiner taught first. on his :Mnstoi Dearec in Forestry -
sape: was of pink carnations.
grade at Southslde. Elementary at tho University of DOLLAR mLt 2.99
Mrs Velma Young of High 4 PRS. $1
School ut the time she' Florida
Spilngs mother of the biidegroom. -

was dressed In a red ]
suit trimmed with black fur 2 $5
tvvry Pair G.arant..dl C'ome In PRS.
UDC Entertained Honors
Reception I' and wore black accessoiies.! Sh...,. 400-n.edle micromesh -
At Powell Home George Family Harris-Starling Her corsage was of white i.amlesi hoia and Buy
cama tlons. p"rf.ct In very w"yl! A Delicious
Told Exp.n d fr. tr.fd> dnm! ,
Member of W. T. Week's Of Hialeah Engagement I Following/ ceremony, n IIX9S New B'/J.pin"' : to shadet'II. In Ilershey I JarLook ih* n.w fabric with ,.ft.. \
Chapter UDC were entertain reception for the couple was achonlII, bl..... of 757.
Mr\ anil and Mrs William George coHo. 25 tvitwwi
ed at their regular meeting Mr held at the town hall Thebride's % nylon.
and family of Hialeah were Harris Moigan:- Road an- WOMEN'SPANTIES" Sanforized, iMchift. '!. *
\Vedne day afternoon of last r , the home of Mrs L,. honored at reception Sunday table, was four
week at theii daughter. Catherine Lee, tiered frosted! Inside the Navy Blue and Many-
First Baptist
G. Powell and Mix. MattleGahagnn even-inn in the in white .
L and topped with a Other Color*
! hall following to Arthur Starling, son of
with Mrs. B. Church recreation miniature bride WrapperYou 'I.8 to 114
Geoige Mr and Mis. Fleiun) Starling and groom
service MrGeoigp
Flynn Sr, as co-hostcHs. ;: the evening Mlniitr of Lnwtev, The wedding date On the second refreshment 3 FOR $1 Women's New
Seasonal flowers and green Is the new bo' table, the punch bowl was
will announced later
ery weie used in decorating of Music and Education for elided with fern and pink GuarantMd tor I Ytarl v Might Find ANew \ SPRINGTERRIFIC '

the huge family room where the church, carnations, ani:! a pinkfrostedlayer Our famou, Sanifuxl, '*-

the meeting' was held Standing/ In the. recclvlna' JuniorVomen Hear cake and green punchcanled .Whit*and tricot cola,..brmff Si."i. Dollar Bill! A\; \ DRESSES'.c..I. '.
During the business SPHBion line were Mr, and Mrs. Oeor nand Talk On Sunland out the color scheme. 5 to 10. tv

presided over by Mrs K children.\ David Ellen Serving were Alma Jean Wllkeison $4
K. Ferryma.n, the ScholarshipFund Tracey, and Denny. Kev and! Training Center I and Han'let Bennrtt Generous Amount To ] VALUE AT t tA t

was discussed. Mrs W. A Hogan Mis. Charles Donna Faye Crawford kept PANTIES
Be Given rurorfout' Mono* of
:Mrs W. H. Nollmnn. chairman Darbv Mr, an1:! Mis James "An Insight Into Sunland : the bilde's book Away '
650D.cron.. 35%
of Southern Poetry h. <1rharjfe V Crosby. Mr and Mrs A TrainingCenter" was present After a short honeymoon 4 $ 1 eotton. Roll>up slaov
of the program anjj Russell Norman. M B. Jordan eel by I* O, Crook, director >fuperhil trip to Tampa where they FOR classic stylaa' 'hi solid

gave a brief resume of the and Mr. and Mis E D services nt the center,, planned to vl-t Charles Fin* 32gauqstricot. .ul.'. colors, attractive
to members of the Junior'oman's Bart cl prints and strip ..
life of Sidney LAnier :Mrs Tenly sr.While Young, father < >d t '
of the
bridegroom SUM. 10 It .. fco'a.
to
\\ Club at their meetIn tram palntt. Whita and ; *-
Nollman also retid ofLanlpr's
four satin table cloths the newlyweds are .. 'ik>" axailabla. hiliies
? :Mond.iy night ::loll'. Crookshowcnl S.ioi 5. 6, 7.
poems "Ballad of covered the three reficshment makinT' their home In Alachua !4'/i' to 2 Vj
a seiles of slides en-
Trees and the M.istcr. "Eve- tables Th Ion* main table where both are employed
ring Song,"' "Nh ht and Day." was centered with an arranRe- tltlp'l "Everyone's Cliild

and "Souls and Raindrops." ment of white. uludio'l: 1 und ,After the program" the devritionul -. Sweetheart Banquet ..EN'S KORATRONNoIron REG. 3.9VTassel
> was given byIrs!
the '
At the
beginning of
program lavender! chysanthemums In 0
Mrs. Kollman: accompanied rut RlaR bowl Flanking this Jerry, Hicks and the members, At 1 1st Baptist Slacks FringeRUGS
rend "A Litany for Clubwomrn -
at the MrsPeriyman
piano by
i two candl: holders
were crystal ? : ," First,
I led In B.iptist Church ofStarke
the
gtonp \with\ \white\ taprs Ciysta''
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llofipshmrnls were server! Is ttponsorlng a Sweetheart
"Bleat Tie
Hinging Be the
bowls centeie-1' th"
That Binds" and "Suwannce punch : : bv the lirwtfv other two tables Crystal truv> :Miss Sink, and Fehruiry 17, .
River." At the conclusion of Tanner Sally at 7:30: p m. 5099
the "Dixie" held cak !quaies :iecoiat--d! :MI.SS\ R'e.rt,1, i Lo\vN after the Tickets will be on Hale Rnl'' 333 ..
program w.isbung.
with red flown-i.. anJ
llnv : bll>,la""s mcetlnjf.) may bo purchased! at Bradford Tfi. naat craat* el thosa slacks Is
During the Noriil I hour the nuts and mints weie in rrv-.tnl High Sthool or nt thp church loctad In for the hla' of the fabric.Smart .
com pot'%:s. Mi-si's Javnf Hai- Birth Defects for ,10 cents each All members 'Ivy: styling in black, lodan orbaiao. VTtcot* chanitl: with invited 1 Into the
guests: were dy. R"eney Moore, Inda Pa--. arc Invited Snas. 29 ta 42.MEN'S. ALL FIRST QUALITYHflf.Cotton 1 heavy P>l*: ..*eI! sitanfr!
dining room for teA The te-a Rosier, and LPB Darby piesidcd To Be Topic ,f back* Beautiful dvcoratorcolor

linen table, cloth covered, held! with an a nirangernent cutwoi: at the punch bowls Of Litt Women Lawtey YouthNominated NO-IRON Prints f I \iS//y//J *.

The ipcrptlon wa? under! the

of white and pompom icd carnations <'hrvBanthemums diifction of Mrs:., I. T. Jones I The Little Worncn'H Club Nylon Dress ShirtsREG. REG. wJsJrLi; I Foam Bed Pillows

WMU Social C'-iaiiman.: The For
In a silver and crystal will have a him and talk on Academy
bowl. Burning white tapers in lnterm!dlate O A, girls assisted I birth defects given by the !loiul 3.99 39' 4 Vl I Foam fillad soft REG. $2 EA.

sliver and crystal bandl holders in bcrvinn I the nuests I II i : Match of Dimes Chapter Congressman D. R r Billy 1 Imporfxl Italian nylon' lhat frathII $3 and plump for smooth, Qavan

balanced the setting. I and the Lottie Moon CircJi-1 I at t their meetl"tunday" : Matthews has announced the I day. 'long. Diin within. two hou.. ... YD. .,llaapini} comfort: 2 FOil T* SK
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was In charge!: of the kitchen. nomination of Ted Bryan, raady. to w,.,. Si a$ M'/j' to 17. Full .. attr.ctiva' flor-
Sprays of ]llics-of-the-villey Feb It, at 7.30: p m at the son fine, quality, 80-squnra pereala' al covarino/ ;. f
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were placed at the base of the Approximately: 123 members'' 'II flub houseIIiMtpiscH. of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond W. prints Eliciting flaw ,pring

cindleholders. Mrs.. Perryman I and rtiestsi attended thU deliKhtful | ,, for the pvning/ Bryan, of Lawtey, for admlsslor colors and pattarns.Sportswear .

piesidcd ut the silver tea ECI- !: affair, I' 'Aill be r"/Ion: CJii-en and Into the U. S. Merchant DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL!

vice I Kithluun Thomas Mailne Academy at Kings Cloth


preucnt Twenty-one to enjoy members the after were T eegtige Dance I Beta Sigma Phi Point Young, Biyan will now M en's Work Sets REG.0- $1 Jfef f fp Birdseye Reg. 1.99 Dos.Tiqhrly Diapers

noon. Set Friday have an oppoitunlty:: to participate YDS/ r WOVOA birduy. '
Night YD.
7C
To Meet Feb 14 In further competition diapars 'tr* soft supar 2 DOZ.abiorbwrf 3WOMEN'S. '
At State Farm with other Congressional SAVE 1.78 450 Drip dry cotton In torq4out) li 10"9" g waar'

Altar Society The icguUr meeting of the nominees from all over the A SET solid eolort iHHo or notronmq inq.
A Teennge Dinoo: will beheld Beta Sigma Phi Soronty will State of Florida for the elzht: 4445 fnchot wida.

To Meet Feb. I 17 fo'l'l I ISt !' the State Karm Community I lit the homo of Mrs. '. Connie Florida. SHIRTS, REG. 2.79 CHILDREN'S

Edward's Altar! Society I'/ Clubhouse( from 8 tilt :Mld-i Clark of Hampton Lake Congressman Matthewes\ PANTS REG. 3.49 .
will meet Thursday. Feb, 17,1 night :Music by the. Rogues.Jl Mrs. F E Ovrrholser! will said this nomination was Boys', Jr. Boys*
at 7-30: p, m In the Parish1 I I per person. serve'. a.s o-hontcfl-i for the awarded on the basis of scholarship Famous, Stavans sturdy.. Sanforiiad. twill', '. Shoe Sale I
Full cut long waannq. Shirt siias M'/j Shirts
Hall with Mrs OUdv Weldon! I Dress. for buys will bo dtesasla e\ening, character and leadership to 17; pants 28 to 42. Sport
and Mrs. Richard Rlchardj as I < ks, .shirts, and coats; for .
hostesses j girls, dresses or dress slacks Recent Births RIg. 3 forS5 VALUES
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i Dungarees\ > ,shorts, or sweat i] February Freezes 1 9 $2
uhirts not admitted IS'o alcohol Bradford, County Hospital. I Men's Underwear Sale!I lo-f iloava tryUf In wov.n TO 5.99
THE BRADFORD allowed. announces the following Recorded Here pUidl. llidi and fdncif' FormIttllnq
births: I I.p..d BtvlOS Boyl* III. .S A spaclal' q-oup of drats and casual ifylrs'
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mr. and Mrs, Frc'I Ashe. Bradford Countlans were ... SHIRTS 3 FOR 220 la U., J,. boji' 1 ta 7. for woman boys and qirl*. Complat' ,i.u
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Published Story Hour Set Lake Butler, a daughter, Karen heaving a sigh of relief this REG. 3 FOR 2.45 but not RS .vary styla.BOYS' .
every Thursday Laurie. Feb 2.Mr. week, as warmer temperatures Boy,', Jr. Boys'
at 138 W. Call St.,
I 17
February : and :Mrs.( Marion:: William returned after a bitterly SHIRTS
Starke. Fla. 32091 ATHLETIC T-SHIRTS
Thornton, Starke a cold first week in February I 3FOR140 OLANCKS
E. It, Xfatthews, editor asdpublishar Story Hour will he held at I daughter Melissa Beth Feb. Low readings at the Florida REG. 3 FOR 1.45 NO-SROM
the I 3 For 2.05 O 80BOYS'
Starkc-Bradfcird County 3. Frost Warning Service weather leg. ]
Public Llbrar)'. Thursday, Feb. station in Starke showed' Boys' $<3 Sizes 8 to 18 O FOR
::loll'. and :Mrs. John. Tucker BRIEFS
Second class 17, at 3.30. KNIT
: :
postage paid temperatures 3FOR180
of freezing or 8 to 18
i
Carroll, Lake
Butler a daughter I
at Starke Fla,.
The storyteller will bo :Mrs" below on six mornings out of REG. FOR 2.05
Tammie Louise: Feb 4.Mr. .
Jerry Hicks and she has' selected the first eight days of Feb JBeys' S KNIT BRIEFS
Subscription Rates: the following stories: and :Mrs. :Magnus ruary. 2 ti 7 *. Prs.f >

In trade area: $350: per The Most Frightened Hero. Ge.oretetJow!: : Melrosc a Low readings during this Broadcloth Shorts 3 FOR$2 jmotit Karatron oroetwi k. piih Reg. 3 For 1.45 t> 120
year; J2.00 six months.OutMde Toby Feb 4.Mr sharp era*.* locr<4 !Ie.
eon Joseph) > I
Fern: The Three Wishes, Oal-I j period were: Feb 1. 30; Fob. REG. FOR 2.35 lack. lod n or b'I iq Sizes I To IS FOR
trade area: $400 done, ami, Charlie From VunUer | : nnd Mm. James Marlon 2. 53; Feb 3, 32; Feb 4, 30;
per year: $2.25 six\,.; months by Pdyne. Chambers Sr. Starke a son, Feb S, 27.5: Feb 6, 22; Feb .

Jului William, it-b. 0. 7. :32: ; Feb. 8.t\), __...,. ".. ,..-c.;: .. .,.. ---s .,. = .a ._ 0
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Record Now 77-9 I I You go to prison or you stay

BfiSJuniorHi:; I on the outside. It's the man BOWLING

I i inside that gets mixed up and
gives up trying to be a decent -
Casers Win Pair Lose Jo Macclenny 36-55 person and finally loses
his self-respect, his freedom C'OMMKItCIAL; ; : : U .\HE:

his all." Draw-Tlte stopped first

Playing two of their best They topped. Fernandina 76- It, The program came in dou place 'Starke Motor Parts this

games of the season Bdford's 59 behind the 29 pointer per- ble-barrel blasts For one hour week, 3 to 1. W. Coley toppedthe

hot and cold Tornadoes formance of Wayne McLeod, New Gives 1 Cagers FaceImportant p the drama of life unfolds in winners with a ;S51 set,
Lift and Bob Drake led SMP with
Gadget Big such a dynamic that
took a pair from Ferns ndtna and a 22 point burst from way you C65.
and Orange Park and lost an Paul McLeod and a 16 point Test do not even notice the. hour

tntei eating decision to perfect effort from Oreg Reddish. ''has passed. The youngsters Camp Blanding picked up

Macclenny in the week's ac- Roger Strickland had 14 to At Palatka/ 13y Jim TethpL .tat for one and one-half hours three points on the leaders
tion. lead the Pirates, Barry Rice To BUS Training ProgramDue and did 'not seem to mind. this week with a 4-0 win over

It was the loss to the Wildcats hit 13 and Benny Alvarez had Were they sincere? Yes, I I Independent Telephone Co.
that raised the most excitement. 11. I Coach Warney Adkinson's! TIlE KOA1> TO PKISOV think they were. The inmates Frank Wolf red led Blanding

Besides watching An unheated Oreen Cove in part to a new exercising -, I cagers have Just one game | How To -Unlcl It In One Easy spoke of personal tragediesand with 565 and Ernie I'atz. set
j this coming week but their I II L I the pace for ITC with :510.Terwlllegar .
the unbeaten Wildcats win gymnasium gave the Tornadoes machine BradforaHIIh's I ( Hon am sure the.y derive no
Tornadoes scal'ehen meeting with Palatka's Braves pleasure from recalling the : Motors and
their 21 game. the a Orange / weight lifting and hardworking killed him." "I knew it
looked as though they might Park -got hot after Coach Ad- athletes have already I Saturday "I don't need help." pain of days gone by. It Clay Electric split this week
any
have what it takes but they kinson had pulled his varsity bettered most of their 1965 I the man, glamour. would be a most cruel means each winning two points. W.

fizzled In the second period The Tornadoes got cold sitting I marks. As It $ those remarks four In- of self-torture. Edmondnon's 538 series was

and lost their last chance this on the bench and didn'tplay The new machine. called an I I nadoe from the Florida State Bill said: "I hope your life high for the Co-op while M
Stai title does not become like mine. I Elder led Terwlllegar willi
year to take the Baker County well even when they Exer-dente enables the ath- held 1,200 youngsters
went back Into the game lo letes to get much more good Palatka] I II last Friday morn- have a son who Is an ex-con 523.

five.Going stone cold in the second stop the Raiders' big center from their exercises in much I they will as' "OPERATION TEEN- vict because he tried to belike Faulkner's Sinclair: movedup

peilod the Tornadoes Lee Schliehtman who got hut less time and with fewer repe- Braves on 1 was presented to the I his dad." Perhaps this is to fourth place UlsElk!

/scowl only two points and the second half. "* titions than in the past. Athletic | Both at Bradford County not a good enough reason for with a 3-1 win over Stake

missed numerous foul shots. From an 18 point halftime Director and Head Foot- I have 5-2 and Senior high Schools. some folks to accept his sincerity JayceeH. G. Grant roled r.ti2fOI'

It gave the talented Steve lead Orange Park, cut the ball Coach David Hurse credits compared:! program was sponsored i but it Is for me, and I the winners while James

Porterfield and crowd: a margin to six points by game's the tough physical con- nadoes. by the Starke Junior think that it was for the Williams! had :003; for the Jaycees. -

chance to grab a 10 polr.thalftime end. The Tornadoes: led 3820at ditioning program with a ; given '! Club and BHS. youngsters. who listened last .

lead The Wildcats the half 2-37 after the large part for the Tornadoes' though Larry Greg, and Syd: Friday. While the yenrs a- Starke Lanes behind Jim

didn't. put on any sudden Uilid period but won by a til- winning the 1965 Class A both told of strange events head may prove different Brummett's 509 set, stopped
burst of scoring; they just 55 mar ln. football champlonshop. .. '. '.:."-1 whipped led them down the road would you want to say ? Gem Jewelry 3-1. 1)). Bagwell

Plugged away, put the ball SChllehtman was the game's The new machine he terms : 1 Staike I and finally ended "Experience Is the best tea- led Gem with, 501.
the with 33 twice but cher," someone has said. If ""
thiough hoop when the leading scorer points it
"miraculous and says local : being confined to pri Team standings ((22 weeks) :
thance came. and built a 25- and he was tought on the that be true then the lesson
should neatly increase theboys' :. cells They told of mur- SMP, 58-30; Blandingr. 54-34;
15 halftime lead. boards, He hit 23 points the their | taught last Friday morningat
to
capacity gain weight sudden wealth ,
whiskey Terwillegar, 50-38; Faulkner
The lead seesawed duringthe second halt and had 12 of the A'Iills Lake City BHS by four inmates from
and strength. The Exer-Oenie
/ but lost to ; fast cars fast wom 44-44; Gem 43-45:>; JayceeS
first period but the game Raiders' 18 point fourth period simply put together, resists Next tough guys, blood, Florida" State Prison shouldbe 43-45; Druw-Tite, 43-15; Clay
was tied 13-13 after the first effort. when a boy pulls on a roperunnlnR' and the inevitable end of the. greatest single thing
ITC 34-04:>
thh Electric 42-48: ,
go the ; ;
that has
McLeodled happened for
eight minutes. Sophomore Paul through it and exerts ( -PRISON. pre
But It was too late In the the Tornadoes with 22 pressure or resistance against' Lake City reluctantly spoke of vention of delinquency and Starke Lanes, 29-58.

fourth period when tile Starke and Wayne McLeod had 12. which the athlete must do his grhlder Andy -Majton strains alt he d...... a .Hit-up using ruary 18. famllien, egotism crime, in this county. T1IIHSI: .\Y ISHillT

five finally began clicking Paul and Steve Baker turnedin regular exercises. | the IH-\V t"l'r-; ( c'nle put Into the Torruiiloe weight training nadoes be as (' fear. running hun- The men who spoke receiveno Kit IIOCIUJCS: :

again. Macclenny outscoredthe fine performances both After just a month's work and |physicist conditioning title. winter for u... first time the children, jails, and their special privileges for their After losing four puints to
Tornadoes 19-12 in the nights. Coach Adklnson said. from January 3-28 most of bitter resentments to- contribution to the fight Murrhee, Insurance D & W
Most of the athletes' have already excewletl their. lad! j.-ur'H lowing ,
'third period but took a 28-19 Baker was outstanding on the against lawlessness.: They putIt
the boys were lifting more the a society with which Auto Supply still holds first
drubbing In the final one. The boards and moving the ball weight than they were at the peak by uxlng tiltnew machine.' were at constant war. rather bluntly to the stu- place by two wins. Top series
Tim machine exerts resistance. in exercise er shot at dents, "You home to-
:Tornadoes scored two more while Paul turned in fine any running orralNthtMlif can go
end of school last year. Most ville new encounter with for Murrhee was Betty
points> than the Wildcats in scoring performances and a of the boys who have included milking the boys. work harder and thus get morn' son's High last law brought only deeper night and eat i/lth all the Sprow's 544, while Jim lirum-

the second! half hitting 40 to good floor effort. the machine In their workouts result. from any gl>rn exercise: Howl Couch Ilu>M llnrnn shot will as each man became sll'erw"'ewe will eat whatwe mett rolled a 571 for DV..
the Cats' 38. STA'I'ISTICSFf'rnandina I .. tlin "mlrarul", ." eut with a spoon. You can
have lifted more plus losinginches eros' new gadget' does' lted with the obsession Also
At one point In the third Game and get up in the morning and takingfour points wni
at the waistline the locals even with anyone Williams
:jxniod the locals were down BHS 18 22 18 18 -78Fer. gaining In the chest coaches In sought to restrain his come to s'hool.Ve cannot, Jewelry opposed Hutcneaon byc.arp's.
.17 points, but a fourth .- 12 14 17 1558 leave the Prison. You have Rudolph
period say. gram, Griffith says. Last year anti-social behavior.
JV counter. rolled l a 636 ((266-148-222)) for
full court press helped trim BHS--McLeod. P. 9-4-22; Baker Griffith in Cagers friends. We have none. You
Coach Tony only six sophomores partici- four had at least one Williams. Top series for Carp'swas
'that down to nine and finally 1-2-4; McLeod W. 12-5- have a house where mom and
charge of the conditioning pated compared to the 34 In in common- they wore George Grant's 476. Hut-
;'eight points as the clock ran 29; White 0-0-0; Reddish 4- I program. says any exercise the program now.Competition Win Pair Class garb of the chiminal. dad live. Our families no cheson now holds first place

out Even when the Cats had 816Akridge: 2-0-4; Falcon, that boys perform can be done community concerned longer care about us, We are
in weight lift for and seriesin
high high
their big lead and could afford 0-0-1; totals, 28-20-76. II It With Jackson Cage locked in a cell. There's no game
: with the Exer-Genle can ing is just as keen as ever and the problems of crime the Mixed Doubles Lengue.
to choose their shots and Fernandina Rice, Barry, I be used when :doing! calisthenics most of the 17 varsity grldders delinquency should look glamour to our lives, just
.
set the pace, the Tornadoes 5-3-13; Rice, Beryl 2-6-10: or to practice running who has:! their weight levels Bradford's junior varsity Is Set further than "OPERA- gloom. If you don't believe Another four-point winnerwas

hit 28 points In the final eight Seville. 2-0-4; Alvarez, 4-3-11; sprints, he says, equally well taken January 28 had Improved reco..jthis TKENAGER"; for a us, one day you will be lock- LaRue Insurance, opposed!
Improved their
cagers
by TV Service Center. High
minutes. But they had already Strickland 4-6-14.: Adams, 1- and with great effectiveness. over their 1965 graphic description re ed In at night as we are-In-
perform week by beating Mac- Area series for LaRne was Mat
in Florida
mates the State
taken themselves out of the 0-2; totals, 20-18-58. The machine can be set so ance. For instance Junior Ed- the outcome of law-
'game. clenny and Orange Park while have Prison We once sat where you Schroeder's :039.> while Phyllis
Orange Park Game it will take a boy 25 secondsto living
die
Stancil had
already losing to Fernandina. School to Brown was high for TV witha
"It was that second quarter BHS 14 24 14 9-61 run the entire 40 foot rope brought his 1965 total of 1,280 Tall Bruce lives of these men are sit-In school on't come
the 6-5
Jackson. Class
A 465.:
;that killed us. and those missed O. Pk. 11 9 17 1855 and that will be equal to his pounds to 1,390 Increase books. They tell all. where we now live-In Prison.
free up an sophomore led the TOI"11sdop.Iover to be Yes, Bill, Lorry Greg, and Larsen's Trailer Sales took
throws,
Coach War- running a 220-yard dash in 25 gory details and the In-
BHS McLeod P., 5-12-22: : of 110 pounds \
Macclenny Tuesday night and 26.Orange.
Jiey Adkinson grated seconds. If used when doing drama of the making of Sydney we believe you.Ve three from Keystone Saf-Gax
Baker, 1-3-5 McLeod. W. 5-2- 41-32
;
He and junior Roger Chll- by scoring 13 point!
Talented Steve also thank you for coming to with John Allen rolling :a 406
Poiterfleld. to resistance, admit that
sit-ups gain They ]
12; Crosby, 0-0-0 White 3-
and .
; the grabbing 21 rebounds.Bill
son are strongest boys dina will
looking as awkward as ever, thus forcing the athlete to exert lives have be.en'Iothlng' BHS. If you have kept just series for the winners. Wayne
1-7; Reddish. 2-0-4: Akridge
right now and the only two Adams was close behliii tourney
bucketed 31 points to lEad the \ all his strength: to do Just than/ wretched. Their one from prison it was well Henderson's 511 was high for
2-0-4 Falcon 2-0-4 Odom, |
; ; in with 12
the Blue level, which means points and William Ary 24. .
yats.: Joey Dob'*>n and Terry[ three, the machine has the pictures" are chosen to I worth your effort.A Keystone.
!0-0-0 SUcox. 1-1-3 totals,
; ; they can lift nine times their Scoggliis! added 8 and Johnny 7:30: Bolles
-Reynolds ha.* 10 each. 21-19-61. same effect as if he had done the positive rea- ', "Standings: D & %VV 50-30;
weight by totaling the Warren 6. ner of
I Junior Wayne McLecd, O. Pk. Sohliehtman. 12-9- 25 or 30 with no resistance. Coach why people end up In! Murrhee 4832Vl11lams; 46-
amounts they lift in six different Tommy Malloy term- Friday!
,Starke's leading scorer, led 33 Weaver 4-2-10 Hudgiiis. Exer-Genie's are new andare Each concludes: "It's Classified Ad in the TELEGRAPH 34; Sat Gas, 40-40; Carp's
: ; I lifts. The boys all do ed the Macclenny effort the Green :
.the Tornadoes with 21 poInts being used here for the world around you that 39-41; LaRue, 38-42; TV, 34'-4-\'
4-0-8; Green 2-0-4; Reenilin the press bench press, squat, best hia club has done all Finals brings -esults.
5teve Baker had 10, and Paul 0-0-0 Martgum 0-0-0 first time since the coaches -it's you. You stand 40 ,2 Lar en's, 21 '1.1.-155.. >4."That's .
; dead
;
iMoLeod lift, clean and jerk, and year. m.
8. The Tornadoes hit learned about it at the annual You make the decisions.
VanGundy 0-0-0 0-
Braden the curl. "They played together renl consolation
j42 per cent of the field coaches clinic at the University -
goals
0-0 totals 22-11-55. well for
; the first time" he
.good They repeat each exercise I
enough to win but made Macclenny Game of Florida:! last summer. added.
only 11 of 22 free three times using as much Scotch
throw be hear-
for "We edict you'll
a BHS- 13 2 12 28-55 pi Jackson led the
,,sorry 50 per cent average ing a lot about them In th- weight as they can manage.In Tornadoesover For Inn"I
Baker13 12
19 19-63
this Orange Park 43-33 In a
; The Tornado future but not too minyl I way they gain strengthand I
.Fernandina outdated BH8McLeod, P. 2-4-8; I 'Ii not Just fancy muscles. game played In the Oreen
ana schools are using them now,
:: Orange A !
;ln two finely played Park Baker, 4-2-10; MoLeod W. i Coach Griffith snys. the coaches .ay. Weight lifters Cove Springs gym. He scored! l la :
contests 8-5-21; White 0-0-0; Red- who do more repetitions but season high of 21 points Srotch
In their regular five days while 1 p. m. :
1 f dish 3-0-6: Akridge. 2-0-4 use less weight don't get as Scogflna had 13 I
I week of woik. Tornado
I Falcon 3-0-6: totals, 22-11-55. I per strong they say. I Fernandina whipped the Golf & 1
athletes lift weights Monduv.
PlazaI locals In a second road game ered dish _
Baker Dobson. 5-0-10 Wednesday, and Friday. In Chilson has lifted: 1,560 last held after
Harrell. 1-0-2; Klrland. 1-1-3 ; the "Off-Day program" on pounds this year the most: of Friday 46-33 with a big s1e
i _
Barber first period! barrage of 17 An .
Shop Porterfleld. 11-9-31! Reynolds s .
Tueesday and Thursday they any athlete That's still below .
points. Down Starke _
17-8 after the !
Starke 5-0-10; Yarborough, 3- I loaf by doing agility drills! his 1965 maik of 1,715 pounds .
Plaza ,
: first
quarter and 27-15 at the was held .
1-7 totals. 26-11-63.
; running relay races runningthe though. Junior Jim Godwin is I
Near WinnDixieAndy I obstacle course running close behind in total pounds half the Tornadoes could:! week at : .... _
never get going. The Pirates by 486 to v'
short sprints, speed wrestling, lifted with 1,545 but he is the I ______ .rsrapr _
,
THE RIGHT POINT ,1141
Dobson for made good use of a full court stone .
I way' you write. Come In and the rope climb. and climbing Red level (eight times his own press against the locals who _
Proprietor eelect favorite ESTER- up the stadium: wall hand- weight] since he weighs in at .
your couldn't get the ball in closeto .
YOUR PATRONAGE BROOK fountain. pen. TELE- over-hand by means of pegboards 191 compared; to Chilson's 165. the basket. TIlE ,, _
APPRECIATED Telegraph The bigger boys have to lift way you
The
JV cagers now have an
They always try to do chin- much more weight than a select )' ; _
8-10
: I..rnti1z1. ..... ups behind the neck, run lighter but strong athlete. with three record for the season BROOK !:
games left on the
sprints, do four agility drills, None of the boys have yet schedule. GRAPH. -
tire hops and climb the ropes reached the coveted Gold i W
I __
WELCOMEOpportunities and peg boards. Many do more level vacated by seniors Mickey S

than this Coach Griffith Agner and Calvin Varnes. TRY : ,

says Lifting 10 times a persons '
The boys are showing an own weight
leally
means a

For Worship increasing interest In the pro- strong body. Coach Griffith: EE. ( Hie c;, -. :. _ _

says, and top physical con- CRISP'

)10 A.M.: Sunday School. >dition. ChlLson Is the closest
now but is 90 pounds shy of &
I 1 A.M.: Morning Worship. #

7 P.M.: Evening Worship. the 130 mark pounds and away.Stancil Both is boys Just I: _ \

Wednesday Mid-week Service: 7:30: P.M.: should make the top level Boxed Chicken 'i

-' easily before school is out. i Served with French ..
A run down of the boys in UEU \t
hot
: Fries. Cole Slaw, ,
Last Weeks Blessings each level follows. The first I Rolls "'--ot"!

number Is the boy's weight, _ ........ _.. .


87 in attendance Service. for the Wednesday MidWeek the lifted second l, and the the total third l Is pounds the $ 1 1 0 a very nice wish, dear but a pony.;..

number of pounds he has to
: 35 in attendance at the newly organized go to reach the next highest 9-PC Wouldn't you rather have a turtle?"

Young Married Couples Class last Sunday. level. They are: Box Shrimp Yl 't.

: A Full House for the Sunday morning Gold Level [110 X body Served with French Rolk ,;You'll get around that one. Somehow}

Preaching Service.Forthcoming weight) : none. Fries! {'ole Slaw, Hot Hungry ;But there'll be other things.

Red Level [19 X body Roll

: weight! : Roger ChlLson. 165 $ Things that'll break your heart to say"no"to. ,

Events .-r 1390130.1,560-90: Eddie Stancil. 152. $1.25 '{Like college.Why not prepare for such things


YOUNG PEOPLE Hear Christian :Magician/ weight Blue! :Level Randy t8 X body Tub Chi :ken by starting a savings account with us now?
Joyner 158
Gene; Chatfield Speak and Present Christ i"C.m. bock h.r* with ,
that ladd.ri" 1,315-107; Joey Reese, 167, 5-pes CHICKEN >>
21-1
Through Magic at Valentines Party Fri 1.370-133; Ronnie Tomlinson Pint Cole Slaw. Hot

day night Feb. llth 7:30: P.M.: OR nETNOTIlEn 163. 1,310-157; Jim Godwin. Rolls Feeds 5 to 7 It. ,4ti: ;

hEAR Miss! Barbara Guttridge Missionary ONE FROM 191, 1,545-174.: Manic Sander : hungry People noll Savings and Loan Association

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: *, w Auro stifPiv INC weight I : Andy Mayton, 178.I French Fries- 2Sc 50c .
"Every Visitor An Honored Guest"PINE 1.335-89; Leaton Morgan 163.

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995-79, and Wayne Blanken- '
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Negotiations III 101'1'1 lion be installed and rccomniivlcHonlurijliiv ; iif F1llr", ,IIn..1,, IH ""r IMI.! Wll.MUl'liH lilKlK'i I II"till, '1"1 tiliiili, ,r
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'" Monday For I Tuesday nlulit.! the bond |iu- | nl I the. school.itlol't.rl : iji.uil; lii "ml ,I'or. liriiilfunl ... I [lr..UriMl.
By tlfrrllootv; 1'i.iiniv.. h'Lmldn: iiiiniipi.r rnnphu'n'. :Slnrkr*, I'Moi' 1oill. .
On School Sites Mill authority to: /lnvi. ,URate II also 1'\erJllnllen.1o'' \ ui puidl.. .n11"n. ur. iIIIH ii > IIII'\ 1.\1 i.t, Hi" :21.1' 'liiv u1'<. '

I And Gain CroukliltrThe Mrs. Quigley, 87 t ? I the |Ii)u-.ilbilllv, ol oblalnin i 1o' the board that th 1 -y I.\\u I 11t\I !1. I tin I II.l,. i iiiinii-. II." ii-" n I'( in"iinrt A l II I I'HKi. tin. 1 lJi-1'ii-:
:.lie in the' H.impton men' for1 MAX, :: \ S I It I'l. lWI'.ltH: III'I III.M il situ HIM., i..ill," i "i.j. i intirvHi, In
Bradford:! High School clay tinted 'tlms In tlie Anderson \ I M.iillH.ui.' ,M.. XUUKKm.,, and ,1,1,. tin- hdlnn'Illa <1".1" ,-
I Student Council met Tue>clay. Mrs. Mtnniu Wynn Qumley 4 'V4r : Cllntllllll'i: from P.,.(' Our I possible!! new construction: andto High construction( because (Ui i.l'KiW" > Itu he I'S H lll-ll, .Null' } real pmui-riy, IIH ..el I r.iKlli. in

Feb. 8. I IMl' 117. a lung' time resident of y ri In\\ Pats, Oils: tic! icldltioii'il: 1! the tinted ffln.s; wouldreduce UI.>|>I.IMH. I IJUH UauKi ill Hi-nil lad ,K'nil1' l lUMTi'i', .trtvlbiIJiKllviiliiu >
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and sn'on'nry Util'i
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Mercer Suggested; : a teen j Stfultc. ulm aftei an ..>)h 1 oi n"t t t-) h" t It "1 1 In n' [club sponoFOied by the parlents ; Satur ay moi s'ni and imri'ove (Mil1, I 11 rum at t ;NtO'i', nf MKi, i>-Si-.tlon ,
for the students, and extended, Ulne.s-, She vns born r''":imtyvl-'n' ritltnr.tPI propeLies, (or for an (!x.hall!!;! efficiency of the air coiiiiltlon- c'uuiily I Kimliln., ,, rwn-iiiii, ; Kniitii. 1t1l"P i aiKnm
th"1, "' for the L"ln. It 9i": : lln mi' inn. :south I Jiiu
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(students would clei-lde I 111 I.imtoti|) on Aiu :22!:! 1373 prop ties< lag facllitlf'.i. The 1I1''hUrct! fwd itii'ii'i' WfHi ti> Mta't tII..ml ">

[rules. A place to Ivjld: this 01'I'I| her iwri'Mls beliu; the late ''i -hivstcm.>' r.iscy: inp'irti : tint Mime. 701 I i all"Pvt1'ellahl.ims| ; the r.lfI'I{ :Nil JIM llHliifW.

'ganl..l.lo1was also dl.si-us.srd '; Robert t U. and Rhoda U< dwin T'-n' ,1f"TI"Hl 1 war "'.". "'',1, I teach" rs have Indicutecl awihhlx11ers rmms at AiuInr.Hoii\with\ Jamfluorescftit I i\ 1111: 1'111' ire i lilt i lie ill I Ilii'lli'i' :Nirfllt IlliMlir .WfcldU'Hiil

The nDI'l'a.( then op-ncd for !, Wynn '-. .Jl'-n( Tcmule. pvlncip.il of ; to work in th.'I ) flxliiri-.s./ l.mini i, \, '.11.11'111 .11 i 1.1 i ii '\ aim I iv' II i.."I'l.i-t.rural t liiftn mwlnVnx ,iKii-'nf'"t.I .

loactliei \ lUi i ''f' esitrlcp: Junior HUh! proposed) .Miiiiiner :school: pro-1 'II.i < 11\1'111'i I"i \\ii' run .. ."
( discussion: of this suusestloni i: : I Mi's: Qlmi'tlcy. : The sr'lnol b 'uI'cl11I mivt i'i In I ii..Ini' nr "i.i-Kiniilnu. .n-
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; Oclom said that on Fpliriiarv" 15 In IIC-COM' bid IIM t IH. ,
and sponsored tin .I'.1 fi'if\vn' InisMc ircdfor <-rks nnI (lust :an esttmitcd the "I.IIH-I 1 M, ..1,11', "i. ui II-M*
dldn.t think Itl'ould work I MI Inwl-y. Atlcll'l.OIlllIi/ I I IIHll-ll"' UllH ''III itllV I "I S't'ar<
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I' Gospel Tabernacle" for 32: 'com'" '. .-'>Tl 1 .tn'i-i>I i. T'." rnini wrii'd\ (romp through the \ M- 1 '11 Att11I-I : .\ l I.\ltll'
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enough .student participation1in JccLs.TIIK \ In "rut I I U Snillli< and I IlMlll '
I ,I'I 1, u I r iii.. i 'in II ''I I "in1'in
I i
setting It McLl'od years: only recently itivinw[ up n'U" "i--or"' cd pvouram'! would uli- Eleinrnl.iry' S, somJn-y, A'I.I| ":, ll, II 1","dill.': ,hIK Mil'Il.f. ..,iilINSURED
Wayne XI Vl
; up. "-i-iini-ier, 101 Kxpinrci,' lii'iiiiM mm nurn' .ir" itnipiiflilpln. .. 1" I I.'In,1' < )
thisoil!; due to 111 health. .. \II"\, i"ii.' .' i.nal'' liT'trut'tlnn, Sad from, iiilnliiiiiiii ''naool. 1 Urputl" ) Clunk,
suzxestcd; ; having: a class I',"' 'I to'n.' presented Tu.. .'- Tlniith.\( ThunipHon. M,/> rii 11: i>r \ I.ti;
ul-,0 started and I m"I"! t stlmulntr. culluv 1 11.1(111, ( Ciiiuli.Cll fCJllII.la-1' P'if I :,\ I. ,
I I sponorid
support this club and Fresl-1 They ,ilxnlKht/ nt n nicctlni tnI I and Doniu C.tllnn. S..II I,, i IK In "i-i-li\" ..I"-i it "i'H'mo '
the Ensev plavjround. 1110 n.-i>nc.' In pirllrlpHlhtnstv : <.!'.V lll-O dlMMISH( 1 ni.' ti." n Klliul, ,, I I", > i ,,'
dent Jimmy Douglas said that I inFir.st l Methodist I I ChurchKullowxliip An invitutlon IH" extended to niC.HT POINT: for Ih. i .. ,
the board of l.'i.ri li.om. i hlod : i I' nI'.l'iii '
ceitaln '
it would not be fair to have where 1Wl'ckly Bible Story / II of "1t8. T-mplu! said. aspects ... .
Hull.Prespntiitloii boys from years lIKe ul'| ;, 11".1" I "I'lll.-l', 'I'I u l n I >
Just one class take this over. ,I Hour has been held for many the to join the Kxplnrer.s. Only | Ha'l my"( fiat ivmi"t inorovil the plnniierl!: : ( :ueallonal; builclliiff ( way you wrHr. t'ome In 'mind' .fiiN., : .. 1.1! .'.''I', 1.1' il.- '
fit rlvn'tcr:
be vlvcn to t tin- plaint, I' :':"!ram Inr III'III1J(, the!I ,11,1, ; '"'" t i.r' MI.\,, i II": > I Ian' ,, .1 I ,i'i,'
Harry Hatehcr then sir-tsesled: ;: Seal'Mrs. for thu new post was: nuideby Im.11l'hl.\ ) urn unending high ,, / \ "rcnuvallmi III''A' and 'B" "el..<-t Jriuir fnturilp. 1s'rERTF.LFKAPiI. ; '; ..1111! .I'lfi ilil, .1"iii'l.' I !t' 'IC.
that class week take It'' QulKlev; was! also associated I' with an am'-nt'mt'nt rcdiicmu! ,
a per : ; Cl'it Ooin. of nainiHvlllr.Mxplorcr : ehool HIT eligible.I'he roll,i i' .iint\' K 1101"! i. i i ii
over Jimmy Douglas! suiiscstcd with Ivr hiisbanl. and IIINIt'h't/ : ( C'ntjinM Ail- Post will meet I twice. :n 'the director's( : from! buildinus' at Bradford (1atn1Yifim'h ; : i > Mri: i\\if-' i i ..-in,

",,, that they forget all other t IdIlal'tnel', the late L. A. 1lol'! lint! watt! rccMvrd!{ l II.\ IIIDIIth at 7:0:::<) p.m. III the $12 (nlll) per" V1'II': I to $I 1I.r.In) Bchnnl and Ihf al.lllion! I dud" II\'P.1" 'I'I", I II I .n' ?

discussion. on this Hub Ire t until | Darts in the butldlns .supply .r 11)1 Temple prcxUlont of Ihrudrke Scout Hut on Prutt Street Temple hnd tell 11'l1v, i'"tithe r of a libriny and! new, flrMIIO'.I.HC I

they have the opinion of bwlni'4 in Starke for many'e:1I's. :,: Civltun Cl"t. tin I xxllli Dobhy Allen us! Post Ad- I I n'nnnlnft': phase of thi" ( '" nt an fsllmnted cost ot i I I
She was' im active leader $::160;:( ) UIICI \\ Itlch would b(' n-l MIIKI: in- { :'. 11':111.rN ":
I the other students on tillsmatter. : / spnnno/'hng, / Ol'j"tnloallol1.:: vmor. Assistant Adviser, 1111 protect would I cost Mm <*niint.v "- I It.L.I. I
.
Christina I mated with III at: (caplt.il'' on-! '! 11 rxwn n'fill
In l.hi Women's
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"l'ri-,1, Hi own. : "11111\' $75. lull 11111 Ilnr.Ilnn"'I .,- 'I' 1:11.: I U .,
\ :M I N. (11111,1), ) Viuin' 1 IH rhinintiiit Inv' hold mi I race lvnek "IT- I' 1 II( tIll' Si11'llul1'1111 :
The oil business of voting Tempffnne" Union. tin- }Kxplorcrt I
: Thin KrliLiy night this "Iul '"IIIE'III. since
\, of the Punt C'lMninitlrr.anrl % I venuiccrlll'lnils" : Iheti\ ' on the school fiat was then Ilrsirlru her !1iu.band.1 Mir Is < will attend< n riiatrtd school accrerlilulion. repilntlons : I.I' I.
l miler' nicnilii'i'n :irc I'.I.I I.I tutu el Hirer (clas.sToonis and.. a i I !1it ;. florid., :Mliiltiliv, ,, 'i,11,
brought up and the floor was Sill vlyet! by n brother Iioaston I NnViik, JiiinoHV.. Khlnrr.Shri'i'Dil ('ahanrt; niectlnit at Ihgldandsl I provide that: the kcluxilsiipertntenrlpnl. 'II led I ".-.1"1'1"' ,, I I'txo.I I .ship'| | ,.'
open for discussion Ken Scot! /VVim, of Hamilton/ : a foster : OncnrI'lVlM. I'reshyterlan! Church) annex InC : must he p.n-l inii'ltpurp'( '' rnim nt !Sl.uketiriiKiitor.v ( 'I'M.. ilin.nl' 1 1"1'1)| | ,\, I I. .tin.

acid Wayne McLcod brought ""II. Ii-irmrd( Noc-t-1' 1 of Hnniillon.' in n,1 ; 1 !I; : ,,,,,,lIvlllc. After the meeting more Linn' any other" cmplovIn' I : School estimated! |' II. .' In'.. lii-r.i.t" | ultfii luil n.iIM'IKI.I.M .
.
.. visi $.r,ooi; (>, wilh air conditlonln Illll'll |1"1"| IIHp. m I
out that ol the fin fustrr dairihtcrMrs. will enjoy "Operation | "' .
ninny :: tHl'krI: they In the srtmol torn llH 'lit.* l N .slip. lit' "i" '..HIM.JM'I -
dini-i-i'M nf the foal lire/ : -. to I tliiaivfil hll'i.'
wore centered minlv'olln1/ ( Khri, 1 "N'if"-l, 1 Johns: of .NiRIII''' ; Owl" x\hirh will Inrlilile said l ho would Hive Ills apprriv- be : Hlillllt III- I Inlu,. 110.1"" ;, (pl'.|In'o'
\.1.1 IIC' 1 I : Jiin-' raiitrue" !; -vrii'ic i crl'llIlrlt.-. l I'"lhUIII.. < U iilililidi' ", IIL'H 'i.i'l.,' I.I /
,F!pitr't1and that Bradford AlX lo! Dcacli; ninl four I'x -i, tour i>f tlm. (Siiliirsvile i power nl! onlv' i If f lh" s.ilnrv 1 rlini 1 1 : I .
.
.. : N.II.HI i ., ,,
I in MI \i
I lilY Tanner, 1 lhlrI1l I : ;: I Hici, ''n: 11111'1 hll of t fSlnrkeiMKl'llc .i u. i
HIhI';: a" concerned with more <-trandson.s. plant the! Unvcr"lIyI"IU., wan minie. I,I II. Sliul. 1"1"| | .111"1,| ",| 1,11, L i
Idilph Crn\vford. secretary; ril iiiul the Alai'litin !School consist lint! of /I'rl.-- I'l.: i1 n"I1", > | ,
than Just sports and that this .crvlri-s lirl? : Center "r."I l 1..1",1\"
Funeral wre Ills motion 'lort lark of
(101'
:and Ruddy CroHhy. ti'cnsiircr. LII tor will ':.melt's 1 : h.'c'n and I'ltshl' <: atn I :St.II'hi'. 1-.'1 h,, ; :..lillll' -nul! Sli'ulilnil 1
should J.iil. they
be con.sldmed! when nt :2 I Mwdnv' 1 In! Joniv- County .. .
in. .1. JUTMARiifrNO
i p. n second and it xceim'd" for N total estimitcd cost ofIiOOtu ) I. I,1- II Mill T IIIr.
Usher. mcmbcm of the Post
voting on a flaK. Ken then Memorial)! ('hlllel'Ith\ Rev. tour the county In 'ivUrnl ears 'in.. III.Hi 1'/.11,, "M'lill'it' I Ilic ,1.111tutu i .
made motion to vote on three LION King of Orlando: offlclutins1. mo' H.irolil Drown. Fred) under, the mipcrvlnlon of Sheriff while thill,, the ciiltur.il I ,prnoct. $ ) ), Ihiiineed with rapltnluull.iy "I, 'I'i.i'It'Il..i-. 'I' |It| "Ii.| ,'I"| |It| SI&NALSo0D1 SeeI.

flogs! concerned. One flag/: Interment<< was In the Hi, onn, imild!) : \ 1 HI! 1 PP. Oollkr Joe CroviiM.se. ,'! on which Temple Still 1 : : !funds cprllflcale.s: and race trackn'vemir I Illl,.. li..l.li.r II','. ,anu'. .iimI', aul I I".I ...l.l'h..M 101. 1 ,'.uii.l" l I I.IIHit. .. M. NOFUiKI: ';

pot S votes and the other 10. family plot, In Santa Fe Cemetery I he had 1.\01kl',1, since last lull. any i 1.i.'xniiu| I...".....,,,lug' .1, ,? ,III, -
Jim Godwin stated that they I would die a-bnrnlnjj. (*.III(cy l'cunml11"l1'ci/ to tlw! 1l>l "'Hl III, lh- I."|..'I'| |I. 1 I. ,illdrv' | IIINAIHhru
tinder direction of DcWltt Cub TakeJacksonville : Your Gulf LifeRepresentative'/
I Karen Lee Wins Scouts iliilt till lniili\" ,| l.. 'ri'il( li'
did not have a quorum oftwothirds C. Jones Funeral Home. Temple eat:?Iei Ii tIC)t ''l("- bunrd the rxten.slve study; of I'd/ Mnsi'ii." ." ,.ili< l,1.1' | l '

) majority: 17 people Active( pallbearers W'I'I'OIlIU.rt I Outing ulna/ later, in the meelliit;. the trnnsportallon' nerd I of llT, HS .Vlllllllll. Illll, i| \l.;'| 'till...11I'll .
were !needed i to FHA AwardBradford I the students nl>- lri.fcrl, | I 15' 1 t1))"1'1.11! "('111"| tl' '.' I
it. I county's i-lerlrleul
pass and Noecel. Elmer Johns.Corbin however nskliv; If he ; 'I'llllll'lHHMI.' '' ... x'Irul.. |' | It.t: |,?,, I.IIH'lllMtll I. loll enr'H" K:>K
only 15 members were presentat After n month nf stnily on I ,rniulitloiilnu: existing; p.rmanoiit : ,, tem, emi thf hliink. It's not"
Carnell.[ OBIIC Cal'nell.1. should I throw his inonihs I! ol 'IKll'lllll' uIlenI!I. I II II.I,IIUllll 1 K:" Ask him how on. Culf life

the me t1nq T E Duncan and Wilbur llinh School's iota( ; the tliemi' of tranHportation.+ / work !in the trash basket. H1 r.iclliUrs, at Soiillv'K I ;| I ,.I. mid,1r1. | >...., I n, |In, Illll-,, I ,1| htill iiluu.lH Ihe 1'l: <'rlll..r. "r xlring Insurance policy with ...dapt-....

Jimmy A'I of Cub Scouts of DOM (IS enjoyed .lm-ke I Kli-ment;l' iry. HJE Jlt'h.Iliimpton imlii' rnl.H, i I..r' i, lit ,dl. It lie. them hom,
Douglas then pawed Scott) BHty Crocker homemaker said Immediate cnd.irscmrni< I, m\ ". .'.."iI'' I Is |0e' .. .I1.. ,I ,t., |Pt, I flu "r Jin Plan can protect your
out papel'sth\ the design! l< ofa Tomoirow I is Karen: J.ec nn outing on January. wilenthey bv the board: was nncessai.v.as : [ and Brookcr, ImliliT, li) .\11"11| ,' 90: 1:11)11.: ) t Ih. ;, m> u IprII. )our lutttery,, U pnt. provide family Incom., add.

?|RII that will be (constructed SI'liOISO CONVENTIONT ; dauffhtcr: of Mr. and Mrs boarded a bun: and traveled den ':'llne siibmlttln1' tv: I -I'hoiiN, : mid with assist 1 ,
fund help
or your
to JacUsoiivillo.! Accompanying II",1",1'1'1 I l r 'fin. ,1 i
!In front of the school alter! | PINE GROVE Robert E. Lee of lawtt'.v..She : nrolcct tens Feb.! B. After .'1111': from the State D.-partinrnt: of nil furllii-, ,. "I'lulniH" M MHI, I.,.. ,ill new" our. dren to college.Phonos.

some discussion! on this subject scored )highest in a themere, {Den Mother Casey further explained tlv I Kcluculloii.' of the a.uilaDiacoxrrnKe tvrtril" |lu. tin. .\,10"1 lln I,1 i i i 'I i

the meeting was adjourn- The Baker. Union. Hi ad- knowledge attitude !), Mr' *. Charles! Ill.iluek project. Hall a<;.in! iniitlr ''u I"""II i I'A II y' L (PIIII.I :1 I i .I"1'1,1"i "< '.' 1 III ., HURST'S-t I :
I written and and Mrn. Jimmic Thornton. vilnmii-ii 1,,,,, i > .ii,I Ofllce DIII.4.H.
'
ed. I ford County\ shmlnit COIl'l'nI I examination: taken bynow motion b !and tll I. ''line It die 1\11111"1' 1)..a Mo 1:111: u'- : 'I, 'I" I + t I I II
met at the J.ick- After S .n1.00I0722Rot )
Th'y'I'I'C SERVICE |p
will meet Friday. Feb. 13.
lion senior slrls Dec. 7 and l i I. n second from) lv>,:irrt )mcmb IJ n. t"ci" to I Ihboard on UitiAl.i.
: Hi";ivillo hlntioii by 11 11'. Bin I \ --| ,11"1:; in'' Iv'1 I\IION: 'in MHO
the Pine Grove New Con- ,
1. 6 b Ys .81 W I at Aithui IIl'idiy! I ."'1111" ltiih addil: Inl. ')
national ) :: ; (niiil w \ : '
ellulblc: for state i, lock ami, Mr. Thornton. and l llll.ixi.ii: | : 1'11"111"1 1 H 11111 I'I
Methodist Church.
ciex.Ttioiial I scholarsnlp: awards. Karen Hi l aid, ml be, :.v.i\ e 01 low ;N;, ,
16 miles north of Glen St. were taken on 'u tour or too
r I has already earned a special
1. Florida Air N.JlIClIIt011:11'11.: \ :
} :Mary in Baker County Everyone -, I Ibll'c
nvnrd pin from the program'spontor
1 i.s invited to come, 1m.! ; at ImcMin Airport They
"i General \Ullli.I ,
,I f/J tell! your frlcnd.s and neighbors : I had' tin opp.wtUI1't101'x.llnln"

There will be special I Test pipers of all :school; I t the Jet lighters tit close range

Rroup and oonKr-atlonal! v tuners In the stale are 'belm rind vnrtuUH parts' and l equi]

''In.illlt1: : W Wllk1n.>OII,:[ Ju.1''cd and! a State! Homc- rent were explained and domonstrntuil. AND BETTER WAY TO WASH !

DresidrntHOUSZHOLD I I maker of Tornoriow lint! run II After n picnic lunch,

y ner-up will be KIC'rll'lct10011( t I the boys were treated to a

V.IP: slate winner will recede bunt ,ride 1 nt Miiyjiortreturning ..
( ,
Charley I I ferry V A s y a e.xd 1.'w { ; A1 t ,w q. n fl.fiOQ() college scholarship; : home by autumn
P lc:. 1 And the runner-up u $.">00 educational !- bile.

E. ; r crant. I I Cubs enjoying the trip, | "''.. ,

,4s, PESTS Next .prlii". tl1,. winiie.", i M trlon Thul'nl..1111111' IiI l > ,.iviw
Johns I YIIIIII'. llnmly ,nvl
V D..flro wqY (from en h state I -oiiipiinlcl< Milton
Jerry= Williami.( : ) I'MHie:' li\ i t
N IJ..IIH.AY tr n' school advisor: ( will bo
U..IIIAMytDI. rho-i-ii In Wa-Oilnqtoli. D. C \link. Steve, Jtiy.: David, W.ile" ,

...,. iinI, Iin-U, Toioile' I lion' fhl'-fi.' '
on the tin.;!, of original trstl
'It Geylq HlHloel!. lUmly. DimniiKiy. ;
t Jerry'
I r'' rand', personal observation( :
'' I ;, and, Slvine Tliiirnlmi "Inoenjoyeil
about this niKl I Interviews\ tier sclijliir'itjj -
question : 1111 tliclrjiiiunts
z2rhone 1 I Ihe trip \
'
1 r ; will be Ins-reuspcJ( to $5.

", parked my, car to unload 000. tend Orothvi'M.

H boat from the trailer : The Bi-ttv. Crocker Search :

attached to the car. for the American Honjemnk"r: Police Report BLADES-OF-WATER! I I I ACTIONNow

Suddenly the cur roiled:' "T T'invirnw hat csit'ollej( 4.ni'79ri .-
: si' ,11 lor '111 110 with total 9 Arrests

down the inclined drive'' ,,rhatnrShip grants exceedilutl.201 )

und plunged! into the canal :! \ 000 Tinr>70. 24 :r.-in.s

in J II I feel of \\ nl ere Will mid 11.711 n'hools nartlripatIin. : Nine arnv.Us' ,. wee Irla' 'tel I

nt,). Auto ComprehensiverwvntKe : 9643965Florida } In the 1PO' 'I-f fi6 wnreh; estnijllsh by the! City 1'olice for, t le
AnI'I'cfonl past week./ Ill' al'J:) In CMv'
: /: pay the cur dam-
CII'OU-I nl'-chl) WI'!!
/Ole lit Coin t Tu-s'Jav' .. ..... ;
sijjesV" "" ..... ';."'
I (' rn'n\ M "' 1'111' cllvinle! ,v ... ..1

AdiviticAI I ""l\rtUI'I\ 1' NIt. Hiul b.illc1'' ,- .. I L C C>
Charley E. Johns Youth 10 ill .oilI; J JI @( &! 'f.JtIf
S.MM: :i ) or '''II.VH QI1rJ" p.. .J'\'r.. d

Agency Post Committee Talks I I, Carson M. ilorii" riilillr lnr. \ \. .v '
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Control htc! ..t 1"1l7.f1)\ : ; or. fi.c" days r : Philco, puts more action in
1.11: S. Wmnnl SI.PHONK t. About Recreation '
III .114 II. -- "" the wash water does a better'

lH t.n2nl co ,, 1. -_-- __ .. __ --.-no _
I CHEMICAL: Carson M. Home profut.- ,
TMc Youth Activities Comniill'e ii t washing job yet 'is more gentle'on
IIml I Indecent tans; ;uaile: ;< 27.50: roNe'

of the BrafTurfj" lllsh: or five d'ty.s In I kill.CaiTon 7l --- ,- .-- --- '. ? -- the clothes. Before you buy any'
,
_
:Srh'iol" Pirriit-T'' i"her A in. i-

C), r.tl''il.| | me' Tliur! 'lav.; Feb M Home, resist In-..: 1 ,, automatic get the full story on
ai-i-e-l." $::17 flO or live d.ivi m .
THEBEST :S t ill t the f'1'; ::11'0' crr'ntlnn jail. r j this new and better way to wash)

Crnlei, to rll.soiiss problems Inv : Betty Mat hews! failure! to ----.J' rf"'IiW L----
\
recreational -
acRe.tiHl
>lvlnyouth i have vehicle, under} control, r : ,'}
WAY Ivll''",. ,
causing' mi accident. 3D lny) ll.
"; areas, for future, probntloii.Jno; r 1-'C.

xtvn-ciirile'ilnr aelli-lllps.. weir''
Icc A'l .mis. dlM>l>"vedtraffte

IS THE oiit.llnPfl.' Itn-olvlnc! : the par- llrht.: 1'0'I1nlttl1/ / accident.
nM. vnnih. chll1..II'I. and l \
30 days; prohall'iii.
,'-11",1 worklnt toy'tljer.Am'UT !; NEW CONTOUR TOPs
Alvln Jon-H!! Il'r' .:pmt!, "lm! on )

BANIIJIJAYWhat : tlv major! topics of' private. 1 prop-rly.. 10) OPENS
rtlsrii jail.
eduo'finnal' I I tns, mmcof l i
Alvin rnterltiu \ '' J
Jones
; loads unloads easier :
< crvl'\tt'ln) \, local dances.Hie : \\\1h-1) ,
'out bre-iklrw. 30 days in (
.tnttnir nf Tornado
le-
I Alvin J'ms. petty theft JOdays ,
Wlili !. JIJnlor-I'"Irr Program (
:! !! In Inll.Funeral. I
A Difference A Awl fin senior, Trlp, as !school( tJ,4.- ..
,
m.rthf'It'q.,. | a stricter enforcement '' .. t, 1 I -
HeldWednesday
of the laws regarding "

Low Cost Bank Loan Can HIP nle Rnd rt'll1*urn tlon of '' ., a : THERMAL BLANKET

alcohol bv minors more parental \J '
i For W. R. Thomas ',' .. < d. _
Make! control and! impresslni {

th" ,'nUlhIth their responbllltlc.s *)I- FREE
: \ to Uiemsrlves" their, Will-urn- II 'rh".ttt,,; ,,. "17., "I ,4 ? *

Iolltrk: ,'. ilie'I l Tui-wl.iy after" tin
comniunltv.\ and Hielr .SI-ITI-II
!boat helu.oehold extended! III".."... A rotiro'lf.irmei. \." wllhpurchu.ot
I.
to buy .u cur. ; Another meetln-r 1arh"
want '
-
Whether von doled! In the futtlrhlch will he was born in Br.vl-: Washes double the average size load J7! 1},,*? .1 i..?:: Philcolutouullc/ WailiirC. t

appliance Do it the quick, easy i! economical way.Come ford County: on A lilt. 10. 389'4! ,
be open to the ntih'lc.' Thl'l \ Anunn.,,, ,,, row
take advantage: of our I -cost loan service from th- recent Youth fiurvvj' i and hut lived here! all hi* life. New Philco Simplified, Designfewer parts fewer (troubles 4 Automatic .;;.". .. 'ul'nrIIIInwAal' '
He attended l thc I'limitlve ,
Details gladly giten.-No:' obligation.IIO.MK will be available from the Baptist Church: Cycles including 2 Soak Cycles 2 Speeds Triple-Duty Ftlter-Dispenser \. Iuntnl'a,' ; .In u : :
Junior Woman's Club aol ai I '
.
a Variable Water Saver Lighted' Control Panel ..... ': "Ie; :: :
panel of local law enfovemint Surviving ire his. widow, ......

officers. MlnlUers. cducntors. Julia Thomas!!, of Ptarke; one Handles bulkiest loads, no bumps or banes

and parents will dlscu / brother Francis Thomas: and 1, LAsrlrtp ,
OWNED: .s the .situation. two sillier, Mrs. Oile Green I'hil.-ii M. ::1 1"(' VAIUf .

and Mrs.! Sadie ThomAS, all of - 1 T 1 J ,
Those attendini! the committee Illustniti-il. /
:l 1 ;
HOME OI'EH.'fJUThe : 'r C.U II MSIVDKTM I Y
me"tln'w"r4\ Mr. and | Starke. THIS COUPON:' Let Your Old Washer t t tO .
$1 0.00
I held
Mrs: Robert Barksdale. Mat I Funeral services were I WOHTII I Make the DownI'avment .

nnd11':: V.I. Rpenltll'r.f? : -. /nt 2 p m. Wednesday In Jon- I Then I .
Only
and MI':!{. J. D. Warren. Mr.' UH Memorlil' Chnpol with Elder :
Yt'
I'UKCHASK OK
BankOF 1'111; ,\ i FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
Community State and Mrs. Howard Poualns.: j John "'o..yth. and Rider O. I TO.MATIC WMHIIWIACIIlSI: ; ; ( ; I :

:Mrs\ Jei-nm Johns. Mrs. Jack .Nf. Yarborough of do.Unll. Interment .75

STAKKK: TrnwJrk. Mrs J. E. Hardy. I 1rOl: in the family pint IJrinj: This, Coupon|) > With You. .J i S J :ill) K.I; Call Street :

Mr*. Harry Hatcher, Ih..rt In Dyal Cemetery under direction L - "no.eek\. ;
STAKKE.: FLOIUD.ht9tsnrY \
I'HO='it: S 6i-.Vll) .
Mercer. Gene Rayburn Cbar- of DoWitl C. Jones Funeral .

IE. mEn F. D. I. C. I les. Johns. and Mr. and Mrs. I Home.. ,

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PACK_ SIX HRADKOKU COUNTY' TFJUtflKAPII.: STAKKE FI.OHIDA
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..... -,.. ........ Starch 1 1988. at which timeunit TIER FOR A TWELVEMONTH
: .oo : ", :MATRLY: 1SOOOA to 200,00UALUONS ) OTI'F1 nv AMM.ICATIOV CHARGES! A. 0.\RDY 1.
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Council :: FeastFestSet I rirrult. I c'nurt I ">ui f fUmdford place Mil blilH, renelvcil. wilt : :>! PKHIOD
Lawtey >>- : NO. 2 fuSSEd! KOH 'I'A V[ Ut en: rivrk nt I .
I and ruad 'rue City of Mturkr: ra"rv.'u.lIsa
< Ft'Kt. Oil TO CONFORM: : Tt I *rt:. 11(1.HI. F.S., L'l>unIY. Florltlu, tv, i/tjullrlv opened .
.. right tc aciept i ii i i '.3 I
SPECIFICATIONS' OP AMERICAN NOTICE: 1H: HKIUOHY GIVEN: :2/3 4t 3IMCAM. ulouil on th rulluwlnv;
CommitteesAre It .. Feb. 19 PETF.OLKl'M\ IN. that Mr*. ElvatrU\ Br"nti&n thi I rrr.n'r.nSOLINE.;: AP. any or all bidnCITV
art TUTE. FUKI.: UI lt. :M USi!r holder of the following I'urllflrult'M I. FOK Iii 1)4 1'KUXIAIATEl.Y!: 10.00"' UAI.IJJN.S .,- OF BTARKB Ftornr
NOT HAVE HHJHKISUCKKR t item. filetSuall rerttflcixti'H \- I "I H.'l'lCSr u (1ASOUINK.' ( HY: :MBRRIM! RDWARDNI
AppointedCommittee In/ Dimes DriveThe : : tONTRNT: /; : TJIAJ\ u for, .a tux il.>>i> ,ru'u-u'l l\'i'll, |1 I ,\f'I'HOXI.IATfiI.Y: a5.00tJ(I 4 'its t < I. I K
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,; 8 PKlt ('Ii::>I'r In WRIOHT: Ih..n.. Thn coitmrntnuni I I hv ihii 1 C'lty (CIHUK, or the ('119 11.\1.1.0\1'1: AIIII\'JJ qi'A.l'ni-:>! I 221 SilO
TJ'wr\ ,\:>:F. Nl'MUWl.MUST :: .S, to.*,.. and yeiira or lHMtnin, tlirte of Sturke. FIcirlil.t.. lilt".. <'ii>
appointment*. 1088 March of Dimes I ; BK A :MINIMI'M: Ol < crlpclon ut (the 1 propi-i-ty unit, Hull I :l In Sturhe, Florldu.::. mlii !
tor the cuirent year w''e1- I will end Ita. current fundraising 4. ALL HID PHICKH:: MI'!!,! the flounce In which Itvati UHnf Till: odor' tO P.;M. nn TuoHdny,:' i
at with I UK ftA.9F.lt; ON; \CKSON: ."ctl are ii.. fullnwit: Don't Miss This
"food
nounced Monday n'ffht" i.unpalgn: a VI1.UE TKRVINAI 1'Ii1CLl'IA.TS I S 1'.rtltle"l.I.: ... nil I Opportunity i
Lawtey's! city council meeting feant"! anJ "fun fest" an evening !!! FKKiairr IJojcox': Yea of I iHNtinni'*.* 1 I'HUt i
by Chairman Spud Massey of unique entertainment TRAI-T AUXIWANCK., ; '' "'''Hrrlillnn| at Propel' X .it/ "f ARE TERMITES USE I) hIS.} ITS: Ei

to the Flnnnca planned for Saturday Feb. 19, The nail) Huaril of nnnil I Trim. ,'.. HI':', nf HVV'/: '4 SHIi.: :i i. T-T-S. It. I Will deliver to ;your lot In a !BO-mlle-rndius.: Iileal. small
Appointed : tf.* reserves the) rlffht... 1 to ito 22-1 211) Ai'lVH., i DESTROYING
Dtnklns The feast a chicken dinner homes. Limited just! obtained from! Univ. of Fla.
Committee were Paul cept or r.Jot-t a ny or all llilBO .. Name In whlr-lt OHMCKMHI) I. I U supply
Buster Bennett and Robert will be served! from 5:30: to A III> OK \IIUNn THl'8!. Vining. YOUR HOME? Sound frame construction.
TREM CITY( OlSTARKE. }.' cif .nalil licliur" In ,
Scott; Sanitation Committee: 7-30 o'clock. The chicken will OF. FLoRIDA the All County of r prnportv Urailfuril, Slate i lit 2 bedroom _____.________ $1,895

Bennett Scott ana:! Dinklns: ., be cooked and nerved under BY: ME1UCIL.I. EDWAItDS: Florida.L'nlpHH. VREEINSPECTION 3 bedroom ______________ $2,295,
Billy Anders. B nl1f'tt. Iiar.// tile walkway near the BHS City Clnrl I .Biii-h 'e'Uth-ale, t or Streets: 2-bedroom Duplex ______ $3,795
22t 210N'OTU'R ahull bi ri><-i-mod o<-
and Scott. The firm of Thomas Triple-A Tribute auditorium and guests. may c-orrtlnn. to law the |1'o".rly T il"- 3-bedroom Duplex _______ $3,995, :
and Pierce of Starke wns take their plates Into the H>Tlhi.>il I In Bilrh crHlfl"'Hlf <>rcertlflcllttH
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; TO KKF.VI: : ) tinhl WILL Till HE OK FIS"l! eE. PHONE 378-2151 OR
counsel by the school cafeteria In cane of will)! 10. nlil t I" ? t&D0e
reappointed .t 9&
lralt Court iri.Cfuurt'iuiiey. 'lu>Ht lililili'l!." ,ill I I th 0'""''IhoiiHP t l'
MIM-STATE : :
WHITE
ruin cold ( KXGINKKKS IXCI.I'iOSItV!
town. and Bud Barber was I Lawtey Marshall M. M. Jor- trntlon there have been vel'yfew. or weather.The Florida! In t'hitii.'ery-. door on t thi', fir1 ;M u nduv: 5.
re-appointed gaibage collector dan has lecelv a letter of if any complaints from menu will consist of Cane No. 13-BII7 In ;.Month in. Man'It. I'MiB." \\ hid I riI.lINJ :MOVERS P. O. BOX 11191.! UNIV. STA.,

Councilman Billy Anders congratulations from the PenInsular motorists about law enforcement frifil. 1 chicken kettle cooked Jo Ann ... Phyllis Burnett!,.. U the 7th t "U>. ..r laIi' i. 1 III'6! 539 E. CaT! 964-396S! (JAINESVII.LK: FLA.. 82101.I (! .
Plaintiff v. Melvin Ullv i luau "-d this. I l-i. da) .r K-liril-
was sworn In for his first Motor Club IAAA1 on in the community. beans home made slaw rolls lIu,O"lt. rl..t-ntlniiL I ar> 11555hASTINGS I

term of office. He was not his re-election and noting the commented the Explorer.: The coffee or tea. :NOTICE TO AI'I'UAR:

present at the ceremonies at lack of complaints about the oitlole was accompanied: by a At 7:30: guests will be Invited To: Melvin Oliver nurnett I

the first meting In JanuaryIn town since he has held the photo of Jordan standing by Into the auditorium for a You suit era ror hcrpty Divorce notified has liver thaI I

other action: post. his police car. the fun fest, a program Of In- filed cHlnnt you\ In the oliuvi

The council agreed to allowa Jordan's:: victory over former "Since you have been marshall formal entertainment and fun. named Court and i-aune and

four foot: high chain link marshall) Mitchell Brown was vis have enjoyed the Many local individuals both copy you urn I of your required 1 answer to or serve"plead.log t.,

fence approximately 200 feet also noted in the February finest cooperation and, It is young and old will display to the complaint, > on thi,

long to be ei ected on tha west edition of the Florida Explorer our impression that you are their talents in what promises Plaintiffs Attorney.. Hon.( II

boundary of the Lawtey JunIor the Club's monthly news- doing an outstanding! Job"" to be a unique evening. Don- A. Ureen. Jr. OalntjHvlllo
Florida und tile the urlKlna
Brown was marshall! of the Triple A's director of public nUon.i;' of $1.25 for adults and <
High play area at the request pappr In the office of the Clerk nl
of Physical Education : Lawtey a few years ago when relations: Hampton Dunn. 75: cents for children entitle the Circuit Court on "1' b..for. ,\\\\16strn(1\

Instructor Ed Magee. Council' the town was tagged a speed wrote Jordan after" his latest the contributor to either or the 7th duy of February, 1905oIhi"wlad \
ul /
the alleKUllnnii
trup by the AAA and: thous- victory Brown. both the feast! and fe.st.
also agree.! to allow] several I over .wild Complaint, will lift. t:.1 Itt'ii s
trees be cut and a stump removed ands of motorists weie routed Dunn also con 'atulatp.d All per.Hons who have talent as ..0nt..1. by you.

on city property ad lac- around the city I' Mitvor Charles: Shuforcl on hisz&lettion (sing dunce play etc.) and Til In notice shall lio pulillxlied ., _
.sinc his wouftl, like to participate on once each wk for foul
ent to the bullHeld which Is e aJmlnls- III December 'onspfMitIve week In the _
the
used' as part of the play area program may do BO by Bradford County TvleKinpliDatPd ..
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calling HOJ-4882. or by rontaetlng this I2lli day ufJanuary
It was also agieed to liu.e


clutch a local on mechanic the city repair garbage tho Delinquency Rise Cited By JudgeIn Williams.Help' Chris the :March Parker of or Frank Dimes ( Charles.) intiU.HKAL. A. Darbv Bradford County Telegraph

truck. Clerk of the t'lrcult,, Court
by planning now to Join
City Clerk Ethel Reddish your Iy Uculu.li M. -Mnnily..
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friends imil neighbors. at the
Clerk
Youthful OffendersTwo Deputy
told the council she would' Sentencing
Feast-Feat. It 1/13 2/'l:\
sweep and clean the meeting I 1- -
Around $3.000 has been
and the board voted ta:
rooms her $25 month for the local youths received this court can no longer Just I raised to date in the current
I
service.pay (! per prison sentences Thursday overlook the crimes that are March\ of Dimes campaign.of I .L .- ,

Marshall M. M Jordan waq Feb. 3, on felony charges re- b-'ins! committed wholesale by __ .
Ulllift) from beveral urea burglar '- the youth in this community I
the jail
Instructed to keep !' II
locked. 'ice. The Jude( continued suyinu. "I'I Starke Building Supplies in .

Th.e) council discussed the Circuit Judge Q.-orge L. "They have gone completely which several pistols rifles SIFfIfSI( rG1 'RmnJS

status of the city's volunteer Patten imposed liuteteiniln- : wild. They have shown knives and a quantity of am-

(lIe department and repairs ate 8I'nt"nc'es of six months to an utter contempt. for law munition were stolen.

five at hard labor : and order and this courtIs Another boy. Thomas Coleman ,., .... ., ..
which need to b? made: on the years upon : fire truck. Marshall Jordan Chnrles A. Polk 16. and WIl- going to do something involved with Polk in

liam Bryant 15. Both youths about It." the builders' supply burglary -
agreed to resign as fire chi f 20 wonl. !ie.,, lUNertion 1\1..lIIurllll. l Uexolutlons ..
because the three mile radius pleaded guilty to more than Pi lor to imposing sentence is itlll! under pre-sentence Investigation or one : ate( lIi..playd.. in Classified: $f't'tlo'llmbrJmum :

which the department has one charge of breaking and Judge Patten addressed both which was ordered ( charge) ----------__-- 1.00) J't'rur,1, ______________-_______ .0.: HI I.SO/ per In'JI-IIr..t Jn.4.'rtluu.

to service would entering.' Judge Patten stipulated youths and! their parents by Judge Patten in arraignment If not paid In advance____ ---- 1.23: .
agreed keap
..I l.2a Infh I lifter first Insertion..
!
I Cards of Thanks: I'p to 50 "ordsInlmuin per
him away from his job too( that the sentences" wel'erun saving "that nothing hurtsthe procedlngs on January Keyed coded, or blind ads.

often. Agreement among I to concurrently. court more" than to have 24. Coleman currently, (minimum (>hare( ) ______________ 1.23: ( charge) -----_. ______. 2.50

council members seamed to be I Before passing sentence on yourm men of this age beforeIt :! is free on bond. Euch additional word over 20._ __ .03 CHi-r 5O( Mortis.: | er \turd-------_ O5:
that either the fire department I the youths. Judge Fatten on such charges. "It grievesme.

become more active or heard a report about a dls- ." the Judge add d. ('.\IL. Foil HintSnHlBcl FOR SALE WANTED OLD COINSAp- MAIDS NEEDED: 7''". hour
tuibance at the county Jail Bryant pleaded guilty to I)1U( will ,," rweUcd Insurance Problems? MATTRESS .
the truck be returnee: to the hy t h,' HttuM. cif lion! Truntee,. Ready mix concrete, concreteblock praisal service free. See Manager work day $24 a week. Fringe
Florida Forest Service. Involving the boys. Accordingto three counts of breaking and 0 f tl,.. CI ty of Stark. Florida. at Call The Man From" & UPHOLSTERYVOKK& house piers sand, ce- Home's Restaurant. benefits Including paid vacation .

reports. mattresses. and entering In connection with til- city J Hall I In Starke, Florida Ke tone" no Lemon St. PaltJ.tUFurniture ment, mortar mix roci iteel La tey, Fla. Phone 782-9827. sick leave. and group In.
bedding in the Jail cell were the recent burglaries of J. E. "until r'no ,,','III"k 7'.M. on Tn...- ys oyster shell "merock. roof '
,clny Mnrc'li iHfll), Repaired, 12tp 3'10 surance. Phone 969-3801. Ask
1. nt which LaRue
E.
FAIR ASSOCIATION tom\n up and the shredded Hardy Auto Sales. NoeJel'I : tlmiuncl George gravel lintfls. BRADFORD
vi> as- all Mil* r..lv.'A'I & Kefinishwi for Mrs. Shaller. tfchg
Upholstered
MEETING THURSDAY stuffing from a mattress was I Minlt Market' and the 301 will b. public opi-nul, and Ktystone Heights : ENOR. CO. Phone e64-2521.1 H ".t Tribute of Respect and

Jammed into a commode le&taurant. He has twice spent reail iiloiul i "nhe followingi'Mn.Ni ...- Consultant For AU Your MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ) t"rk"", tfchu I I I lunur"

A membership meeting of causing it to overflow.In time in the Boy's Industrial :: iriNn SOTI.V( A ov TWKLVBaio.NTii Insurance Needs. Innersprings To those who wish to purchase BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
the- Bradford County Fair As- is.oon rsStR.\NCF.:
sentencing the youths. School: at Marlanna. T () 22.000' I'Of.VDS( ( 0 P Representing and Box Springs I a ciemorlal of beauty BOOK before buying any
coclatlon will be held tonight AT REmTED RATES
Ju.ige Patten took note of the The second youth. Polk fHUllllNK.: IN 8 -- I TON Great American )n.... Co. Drop (;s A Card or Call I and distinction one that"measures other encyclopedia. M. A.
(Thursday] at the Chamber of CYM.NMiKHH': AND BALANCRIV : AUTO. FIKK.'= BOAT I local representative -
increasing number of juenlleI pleaded guilty to charges of I 150 I.U. rVM.VDKHH IK- The Traveler Ini Co. PALATKA F.AH! O up1' to the highest Payne your
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Commeice office at 7:30.: All DOYLE F. CONNER 626
offenders appearing In circuit breaking and entering! and VRURI) TO 8 TA It K E, el 473-4692 Daj I AFTER 6 P. :M.MRS. : standards of quality may we since 1956. Box
AGENCY
members and INSCKANCE
other
Interested
I court. "Matters have reached grand larceny in connectionwith Krxmmv I 473-4335 Nltes PEGGY SI1A1.LEK I I offer our services Phone 964-3794. tfchg
persons are urged to attend. I The Hiilil City roKervcd. the I tfchg
such a state in, this town that : the November burglary' right to n.'ct-pt or reject any Auto Fire Home Business 209 E. Adkins t.Shrkf' 'Ingram Memorial Co.

or all hliln. Monthly Payment Plan '. AH it NO. 379
(..Itnt Htiirke. Florida X, Seventh St. Adjacent To Investors Special. 322 acres
M Kit: KILL. nDVTAIinM. MARY CARTERPAiNTS :Memorial Lake City
Cemetery
r'.eTTr.------- Good business land pine and ,
City Clerk COINS WANTED ]'OR SALE: 120'66 high rolling \
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L 52wks
; 2/3 2t 2/10 md residential properties in I oak timber. Small private
BUY SELL TRADE : I
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and unim 10 minutes -
Improved of hunting.
Starke, lake. Best
r Portable or electric? get both } <- \II. FOIL lun'l 21-hr. Appraisal Service for )rove H. V. Knight; P. O. crete FOR RENT-2 block house.bedroom Tile floor con- drive to: city. Just $100
: S,18 Drawer P, City. Small down payment.
l.\ (tht* Itnurd of Bond Tru teen BELOTE'S DRUGS 1 hot water heater space haater. per acre. I
: -n. one with & Smith-Corona. ,>.t th<> city of Hturke. Florida, 632 Pinewood Drive. Will NO. 381
,it t th<- City Cl<-rk'. urflce In Keystone Height 4 2 tillable. 6 room
Line acres.
I Stark,' Florida. until 5-iiu: o'- Complete redecorate to suit tenant. -
4 Ithe portable that's on theCoronet" ',.,.< \k 1'\1.; tin Tiifmluy. the IM| MALE HELP WANTEDMenIn TV SERVICEBy ofPAINTS E. N. Osbome. phone 984BF01 bungalow fully furnished.

tlHl, nf Marrh& A.li. WO. At good health age; 21 to 60. 8 4tp 217' Many out buildings. 2 miles
li'ih', I line' and i>hue .ull bid.r..lv.1 ANDSUPPLIES torn Staikc Only 8500.
week. Two
5 days
hour day.
will l h. publicly\ on-
d unil read mutt\ on the fulou I- weeks paid vacation. state retirement WILL DO WASHING iron- STROUT REALTY
\lug, and Social Secuilty. md mending in my home 2117 N. Tempe'! Ave.
T"'Ir.IO'rll't; !: ; : !' SI'PPtYi Southern Marine & TV
Write contact Personnel For All Purposes Reasonable. Mrs. Hollings' (U. S. 3011
i Ktt-i.": tiN.. API'ltlXI I. or I I
Department. Sunland Training worth, phone 964-3524. Phone 969-3431
TV Technician
-.. 4tchn 2 17 I I'I
Hand and /
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''I 4tchl 2 24 i David Gunter 'I Tool
Power Tools ElECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Myers Power ,

FEMALE HELP WANTED 'built to order. Machine work ; Area Headquarters" For

12 Wides.\ I Age 21 to 54; good health. 8 I Jut Fast Service Phone !961-S201\ :! Boat Motor and Pump re- Limnniim-crs. Power Tool

i&1'ii'& v hours day. 5 days week; Mln. *" (Guaranteed Work :333: N. TempleTit.tNSI'OR'FTION 1)1111'Broo'n's: \ Repair Shop :McCiilInvh Chain Saw

Custom Made education 10th grade' vacation Reasonable: Rates -, Rt. 1. Box 363 Starke [Kings- Pumps &: Water System

For Florida Living sick leave. and retirement loaV'i Lake' 1 tfchu! Brlgg &: !Stratton'> Engine

1 benefits. Write or see Pe1"sonnel 1 Phone OGI-1821) Ken tall Sales !Ser\k'.

Get More Manager. Sunland TrainIng ,, Keep your party together FOR SALE Large 3 230 N.E. 18th Ave.
YOU 'haiter a. Greyhound bus. Call bedroom frame house cor
P. O. Box SINGER UIAL-O-.MATIC: r ( laint'wlJle 376.34 Ii
For Your $ I Center. 1150.j :>;
Lacy Conway Greyhound 964- lot. Fenced back yard newtoot. .
tfchgr.FOR
o//Y''J Gainesville Fla. 4tchot : CONSOLE MODEL SEWING
4051 or nljlit( 9S( -1044. Lacy i 746 S. Westmoreland St
No Salaried or Commissioned MACHINE: Must place in
: PLUMBING AND REPAIR Coiiw\v, Flvln--1 Service, tfcha or phone 964-6864. tfchy RENT4 room unfurn-
Employeee your ales A-I shap Zigzags -
WORK. 17 experience tpartment. 708
I years hed duplex
l buttonholes' fancy d leslpns. ITRK' 011. COMPANY:
DAD & BRAD LARSEN I Calvin Starling phone B64- FOR SALE': OR RENT-3 bed-! Luke St. Call W<< --/9(14Fi ( .
for
ttc Sjla l new\ over Has two bay Ht'rvloe, station
8901. 4tch 2 17 ror.m block house with 2 lot
LIKE TO WORK MUST SACRIFICE
$300. 'or lease at Walnut und Mad-

to ,# j : FOR RENT 1 bedroom Jus.1 pay balance $62. or assume Isan Sts. Paid t'olnln\ availablp and 50 ft. swimming pool ''r Si)lr.>- The Must Complete -
YOU unfurnished
Benefit! Furnished see
0 tt.j. ,J apartment couple only or $7.80 monthly paymentsWill Call TravU! MathU Jack- or Stork of Finn IngTiwkle
,
or' ; 0 '. ; + with one small child. 438 E take older machine In ionv11n! !. Sfifl-1331 tfchu A. C. Williams at Williams In the Are Convenient

: I All Sizes on Display Madison St. or call 969-21)8:) trade. Cull Credit Manager Jewelry. tfch/ Location Uremia
t i FOR SALE, -3 bedroom: C. B I .
.4 8-10-12 Wides after 5 1>. m. It 1 27 COLLECT. Jacksonvi'le!: 353- Sohl. Open >\td Afternoon.
I,., + 1Af.\oo +\ I I'ifl 1948. night or dav. Will dc- hou e Large: fnmilv l'oom'I' TWO HOUSES for sale or All Your
1 \'t Baths "See' tin For
< I'"t 'iver. No obl.Katloii; ( 2tchg 217 closed garage :Jouble lot tent In Starke. See J. T
SMITHCORONA"The NeedsFIRESTONE
k R by and Expandables FREE $5.00 desirablelocation.. M. A QuUley. 415 Mable Stre FishIng.

". 111.. :=.....= ,( Coronet gives you all the speed ease and wonder of ::1 IN TRADEOn IRRIGATION PIPE ap- Payne 204 S. Glenn St. Phon' Phone 964-2661. 2tchu 2'10

>', electric typing. .. at only a little more than the cost of an t New and Used Fishing. Tackle Fur : oroximately 600 ft. with< couplings 964-2701 until 4:30: P. m. 964-
and heads $150.I ; White-
3794 after 5 and: weekends.tfclig.
'
: ." ;.l ordinary portable. t L.: ,-t. Largest Speckle Perch VALENTINE SKATING PAR FOR SALE-3 !!!room house
Rt.
nack. 2. Box
:uj: '*. .' y._._ -....... -. -. -. ..., "'. ._. .... S-Yr. financing availableUse ht.'kt'tJ" at our Store DurIng 210. HIghway TV at t Fun Spot Roller Rink In Saratoga Heifhts. Small
__ _. .. .. .._ ..: ... .. .... 227 !Oti4-1 831 Up
',. r '> .j- ..oio>,,, .. w..t.-. ..._ Feb l Just Sign your REDUCED:" PRICES FOt:: Fairgrounds. Sat. Feb. I2lt down payment. Phone 964-

.. FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the same Our Rental-Pur Name At- WILL do movlns: ant: hauling! Skating Parties of 10 or more 2 p. m. til 10:30: p. m. contin 6471. tfchg
_
have truck. Call 964- ujus. Door prises.:! Adm, 50-
van :
chase I'Ian Payments FIRESTONEBefore It Fun Spot Roller Rink.
-
office electrics
fl as on plus full-length, up-front tabu 1C
1I. Jation. Set, clear, tabulate from the keyboard. Under $50 Per Month You Go Fishing 2323 Up Fairgrounds\ Starke. For Information skates Included 2tp 2 .ALL TYPE HEATER SERV-

IlegUter Today! cull 9649901. Farmers order your
ICE.:
5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS INCOME TAX SERVICE -
I 4tehg :2 24 1314 BUndlnsr Street strawberry pans now. Thompson -
at your fingertip command: spaces, dots dashes 'X's andunderlines. II Raymond Bernard Bl'lcki tfter 5 p. mAll day Sit Masonry!! construction larir I Sheet Metal Works. Phone

.;I.LEARN TO TOUCH-TYPE Type faster. electrically: !, NOW'Mobile i Rancher on Raiford Ron i nov Charles Hutchcson. ph'me FOR RENT 2 bedroom living and Dining area. thraf 169-4021 or 9648641. tfchg
Thret Q69-3355. New BLinding HI:! house. partly furnished.: < $50
for sale below cost.
IN ONLY TEN DAYSI PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch 'I i-ed rooms with large closets

Get 5 LP records and instruction that pleases you!", and electricity: does the work "printperfect" bedrooms, Florida. Room No 210. !PtrhT 47 Clair month or call Inq-ilre 984-0233 502 N. St. tile bith.:' kitchen sink under SMALL: house for rentfur-
Home SitesAVAILABLE Large Living and dining area UpWANTEI ;
pages in a handsome case every time! I 'MPROVFD Blueberries! window oak floor screerur nished nice for couple. 520

for only $3.95 when you pur- ALL TIllS AND MORE Page GagcTt. Copy-Set : built in range central wall hea Woodard and:!! Tifblue varle- > -:Ma'e' axe! between; >rch. car port large: utility W. Weldon St. Ph.

chase this handsome new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck, Quick S tIM Mar and air conditioned tc Mes. IT' to
: Smith-Corona portable! gins, and a deluxe Trimline carrying case. Full Lake Privileges I wall carpet. Now financed at' tt farm. Rooted: :! cuttings\ 25c Insuran- debit In heater Well -rained lot

Homestead ExemptFinancing I $90.00 per month. You simply "ach. E. D Lonn""ltcr. :Mel- Starke. Cool I'ay.V'lte: Box $40000 down with balance
KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LIVING must see this If you want th rose. Fla Ph. 475-2093. 4tp 33 I 930. Lake City tfchs less than rent. A. J. ThomasTel. EFFICIENCY Apartment for
I very latest in new home con- 964-5701. rent. suitable for one only.

struction. A. J. Thomas, Realtor Lights and! water furnished.

Lake] Geneva Tel. 964-S7M. MEN OR WOMFN: Mrs. S. A. Weldon. 425 N.
{ FOR SALE-6 room frame Chevrolet.
. Only $159.36 You can easily add to your FOR SALE-! 1957 Walnut. ItP
I",lips TaxL I AUTO RADIATORS cleane family Income. making good:I house to be moved off of present 4 door sedan. low mileage

C', 't Trailer SalesOn I-repaired.. New and used radiators money in your: spare time. property. Call 964-5782 Price reasonable. Phone 964-

boat: trailer for sale at You choose your own hours. after 3 p. m. Up 7421 or 9641021. ltp FOR RENT Nicely!; ..urnlshed -
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;: Route 1UO One Mile SB Strobo's Garage & Radiator and work from your home., ., apartment. One or couple

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Keystone' IlelphU I Shop. corner Orange St. and For details write C. R.. Ruble., CURB OIRL WANTED. ApplyIn FOR SALE Ten acres on only. See Gladys Harrington

.,L I Open Sun.\ & Evenings Edward's Rd. Ph. 964-9114. P. O. Box No. 2417. Dept F-l, person at Tastee Freez. Ralford Rood. D. L. Kite. Ph. after 6 p. m. at 337 N. Walnut

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ST.VRKE, FLOIUDl TnnWDAV. VF.R. 10. l'MiGf ":


: N' "", ..." ;' o. ..................... T N. Nbimtm' Saturday after-
I. :>' noon. She recently sold her

I ."v1' '"W,,;; 0. Bayless HiwayBy farm to :Mr. and Mrs. White
and family of New Yonk. We
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COUNTY UAlC welcome them to our community -
:Mis. O. E. Crosby. .

i Mr and Mrs. L.. A. Crosby

To the Brudiuni Count; .. !I II AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJMrs and daughter Sue and NealeBrousseau .
I' .. Telegraph: I O E. Crosby enter- spent Monday and
jpmsssesman You will be Interested to< I II tamed with a family dinner I' Tuesday!: visiting their son and
know th.it we have fount II I I Sunday I honoitiiK her husband' dauahter-ln-law Mr. and MrsiLa
some old newspnpers dating I I 1 and niece. Mrs Evelyn Thomas von Crosby and family In

buck to Sept. 11, 1911 bchim Ii I of Jacksonville on their ;: Brunswick OnMis .
soma old mliium which wen ( !i iCNIl.E + bhlhdays\ : R. J. Crosby entertained -
also dated 1911. There are pap i .Jai V !!cd< A beautiful blithdav cake with a birthday dinner

e r II from Jacksonville ,centered the dinner! table. Sunday for her husband. The

.Stnikc. St. Cloud, and Moil I I Those to enjoy the occasion following enjoyed the occasion
:Myem. with :Mr Crosby and !Mrs with Mr. and Mrs Crosby -
'ffi '
We plan to frame these pu : II Thomas were the Ciosby's ; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Weber -

pperps and if you me ever heu (children Sherman Crosby and nnd family. Mr. and Mrs.
I in I'lant City, come by and I Children of Hlah Springs. Mrs Robert Weber and family and
fl Sex read them. Beverly Spence of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Joiner and son

Here me some of the headlined '" I Rev. and Mrs Ernest I I all of Jacksonville.Rev .
,-4r2 mis etc. from the Parks, of Jasper oa. Jim Ernest Parks of Jasper.
Sliiike: I paper;: j Lambert: of Brunswick. Ga.1 Oa filed the pulpit at BaylessHlwav

A picture of German troops and Mrs J. L Johns They Sunday morning. Lea-
ne.u the French border both received: many lovely i mon Ward of Keystone spoke
n t' Headline: "Tho Germans Rifts.: : Sunday night Rev. Peavy will
iUen lluek." Danny Graves of Na.shvllle.Tenn ., preach next Sunday morning;
l SubsetIption: for Starke par : U spending some time and everyone Is cordially Invited -
per; per year. $1.30.: ; six with his slstrr and brother-hlIay. to attend both services.
+ !months 75 cunts. E. S. :Matthexvi. Mr. and Mrs n. B. Cros- DYER KMTVIOVMr ; !
r f editor and publisher. by and family and Mrsf' J. M. Dyer

t f PitMkliMit Wilson\ hits pro- Sunday guests of Mr and were pleasantly surprised recently
luimccl I ::;lIl1d.I)'. Oct 4, as a Mrs C. C. Ciosbvand! Mr and by a visit from all of
cinv of prayer and, asks the Mis n B. Crosby were :Mrs Mr. Dyers children who have
Aiueiii.ui people to assemble Lee, Fake: and baby of Jack- not \been together in twenty-

0.e that 01,1.Itlhl. petition' the I somllle Mr and Mis Otis five years.
k Almighty to bring pique to Crawfoid\ of Jacksonville Mr Those who enjoyed a lovely
lie. xvuildUeVVitt and Mrs Robby Crosby, and llnner with Mr. and Mrs. Over
1 I \ C. Jones, Lumber son and M u's..lane Ellxon I were Mrs Laverne Brice of
and ll.udunio., Mowing, machines or Oral Lake Wales Wayne Dyer of

I taken hay press, stalk I Weare "soirto\ lenin thai Aubumdale. James Dyer of

cutter hiu'row.Laid f Mi mud :Mis Jeny, D.\al an! I Orlando and Mrs. June Davisof >
I Day at HIOYMI*. Satunity. : family\ writnil! c'onih1'd to Lakeland.
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10 cents a pound.' ....................,..-, .... ._. .. . their home with flu last week
BY i A few pairs of trace chains I but are doing/ better this week. I

DAVID at 33: lent at Browns. There Are None So Blind ;Mrs Ancll Norman of Wal- Plastic Notebook $2.50: at theTELEGRAPIt.
Lr } Sons 1 Kite was chosen> as .1 do WUh'lsllII1K Mr And Mrs., ,
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GREGORY city inn ushu1.\
Notice is hereby given that
the state iimfonn examination,
+ M.lNN1IT1' will be hull) at Lake Butler

EMN'i' !' beginning); Sept, Nth at 9 o'-
ITM WOMEN fjCfeSi'1s wA I
21. clock a.in. All teachers will beicqunccl
LAW WAS K
| H r.ne n t ,I '\ to pay a fee of one TerwillegarMotors
dull"ir and, to provide themselves .-
Pornography Paperback I with pens. Ink, and l legal
Ii 4 cap paper. I K. G. Schell., Su-

; You won't find these books' in the tion. The committee found offending pel| nitenilent of SihouU, Bradfoid -

: Public Library. But you will find themor I publications on some local stands;, tlll"I I County.Tlieie. iiiiuh that r
tii so' inure
some nut as bad or worse-on ed to the managers', and in most
I mulctiite about but space
f I local newsstamls.:\ were promised.. cooperation by the removal I will not penult. Hope you enJoy -

Are they the type of books you'd of pornographic material. With reading: these few items
I r .
I want your teenage !son: or daughter to the passage to time however and po"I I fI[loin the past :
be reading ? sibly a change in some management, :Mm Leonard CregoyMinor
n is doubt forgotten, I : Glass & Supply Inc. I.
the agreement no A
:Maybe[ you say. they're not reading 5O.'j: S. !Kveis: St.
i! them but if they're not, it isn't or at any rate neglected.! I I'lunt City Fla.
, because they're not available. There have also: been reports recently /

i Nothing stands in their way except from Valdosta Ga. where that Funeral ServicesFor / Your FordDealer's

the price of the book-75; cents worth city's Literature Commission stageda W. G. Struth
(
Out Smut drhe---an all-out
: of hard core !sex: :sadism, and perver- Stamp oJ.II
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. !sion.'I: ..-.,- -. campaign against obscene publication Held! Tuesday .

The six covers I. pictured ubo've, were The report said that news dealers Funeral service for William '

I taken from pocket books recently purchased would be asked! to voluntarily clear O. Bill( I Stiuth. 61 of Jacksonville '11

from local newsstands. their racks of objectionable material I wire held at 10:30: a. +;;

They're not kept under the counter, "before the city marshal takes any action. m. Tuesday In feeasholu BIGFOR.DYou're :f
." Funeral Pallors with Dr. Oay-
of the racier magazines:
as are some
The commission' announced its intention Ion Howe, pastor of the Klvci-
and sold only to adults.!' They are displayed make all Valdosta citizensaware bide Park Methodist Church
to
openly and sold presumably, that objectionable material i is oil Ida Unit
to anyone who has the price. Oiavc&tde soivices were
in other of the being sold.! "We are not a censoringhods conducted by liiadfoid Ludoc
That citizens areas
tate are experiencing the !same' problem ," a spokesman: said\ "\V> want &5. F. & A. M. us a courtesy

] and are becoming. aroused;; by this the people of Valdosta to be the censoring to Solomon;:; Loge ol Jackson.

flagrant violation of good taste. and body." \tile,. at 1 p. in Tuesday in. DRIVE IS ON!

morals, witnessed.. by the followingitem Aroused Therein public lies the opinion key to seems the problopi.to offer Crosoy. Su'ulhilS Lake Cemetery born StaikcMr lit

from a West Florida newspaper : the only solution, as! courts have become Waldo and lived In Stalks

.. ultra liberal I in recent years with his parent,, the late Mr
l.nrid,' liti-ciiturr. U here run It !so and Mis; William Utruth. belote -
that it seems almost impossible: : to let!
moving to Jacksonville!
IN'! hniiKht
Ill t ( wane protrsl. a decision on what is.: and what is: not in 192J He was a mamba
liiplr
bled ulth( city-N.iy iifllrinlH.. pornographic. It may be hard to ob- of the Methodist Chutcli In the driver's seat!
but the layman of Solomon
utuil- tain a legal definition, and a lile member
tuir! H'H
1'.r""J'ralhil'>
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when he sees material of this kind, Lodge. He was a hfe memberof
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',iiiitcml.nik .
able here, they i .
mind. Amateur Uadio Opeiutuis.a \
douU t in his! own

Ih..ylInt.\ it's iiiciihiHl It htiippril.. Iii. .* l.nv, and'. can The have National no Congress of I'TA's.resolution at retired fire captain department of\ the Jacksonville Station ." We're out to break our own success record with our

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t 4 iI ..".iiini-iliiirn ri'C.inlli".s, ofIhvir its last!' convention approved a H. andI&S a retired
I Y iltsl.islf 1, for I lli.rt, kind with !sex "
preoccupation two
Include
' l I.. manila"i.nom .'
gel
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niiiv;
, nf. it ylnnd.iy, night Hi. their and( violence contributes l in no !mall daughters:; Mis' Alvin Oiend.i you can call the shots on savings if you hurry right
.. measure to juvenile crime illegitimate of Piovlclenc.e, U I.; and MI'Rlchal'd *
iiirfliiicll '> e lilhiit .
monthly .. burr; ...ill. births: and venereal disease: in the U. Eider of Jacksonville Dealer's The Ford Drive
,
Big
t H Ford
obi|i'.I' MIV. tlii'.N defined by the National a loon William U Suulh; Jr. down to your
S. :Mass\ media was
11111111 ..r (1".1111"111'| litcnitiirnl .. Jacksonville, five sisters Mia
l prr.ent| ti.> the muni. ..limn. PTA as:and magazines television.In ; books. mo- Law le Edwards IIndlJr". is on Come in for a test drive! _
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along 1\llh" UToril i.f the origin. tion pictures: Leah Baukntuht. boln 01 _: .
has been considerable -
of i-nt, 'li linn.Tin recent weeks there Jacksonville Mis L. M. De-
hoselaoini.ed talk and concern about so- Sha. Daytona U.uch.: Mis. J
l.r..t..1I11C| > Kr""I') |
called juvenile delinquency in Starke S Johnson Plant City; and
] I thai Ihey''II') esikr l IliHriilijii
and its surrounding. area. Admittedly, Miss Kate Stiuth, two biolhels. a.r..q r's'V m a
lions. (..r..al. lit Ilif ,rimiifil, .a ry."ilYfXrro YA ,5i
involves it small percentage Merrill Stiuth of Starke.aad \ .
""','U"I(. I If t ruler air the i ul.I.l | '<- such delinquency but again. admittedly Mania! Stiuth of :Milton
of the youth
. not dir.tolltinuesl
tloniil'lililirilliirc lire is growing. Also surviving\ / are eight! !grand!
l til die t iniMinl line.Fiilliminic the percentage : children
\Ve; have only to study the record) of
u Khull.ir prutett a The family requested that

few ;Jfiirn: 11t.! .l. Piiilurn. ... ]>niiiilsrilnot .. our Juvenile Court to realize that. The floweis!\ be ommltted and con-
increased case load 1st all too eddent. ttlbutions be madee to the
to .stark lurid or imrnfigruphle : -
2 Door
lilrriitiiri' Voint of lli*ni. Miiil There are many contributing factors Heart Fund Duval County .... Ford Galaxie 500/XL HardtopTERUIILIECRR
to delinquency, of course! Obscene Chapteii \'.
hud kern iiiniuiire that
Unit I I they I
pocket books! are only one-but
hail ht-pn
II|iiesli>iiuhli''* lilerutiire .
i NORAD Band
placed| l In. their ret.nil iiiiiKii .
When the new Citizens Committee To ConcertIn
rackt.The Play
appointed, as proposed 1 by our Coun- \
ty Commission to study the overall\ GainesvilleA
experience" of Chipley parallels" problem we recommend that one of

that of Starke Several )years ago its first objectives be to emulate the free concert by the North\

there was u flurrv of interest and a citizen groups of Chipley and Valdostain Amfilcan Air Dsfense; Com
named by the mand "Calvacade of Music
citizen's committee was regard to obscene publications.THE '
band .the only Intel'national
City C'our.c-il to look into the situa '. -
multiservlfimilitary band In
.J'f u ri ra 1 y
f'xllitence-\\111 be given at tlv ''' "Y
I University of Florida auditorium Mustang Hardtop
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sunday. Feb 13. at 2:30: (

ESTABLISHED 1879 \ 1 p. m.
AcMr< The NORAD band Is made<

N K. 1... MATTHEW EDITOR AND PUBLISH I up of selected musicians ol
the 11. S. Aimv Navy Ail mOTORSYour

FLORIDA* OLDEST WEEKLY NCW>PAFIN/ PU.LI.HIO CON. I Force Their repertolrrranje':
.. from the classics to Dlxlelan:
TINUOUM.V UNDER THE SAME "MASTHEAD"
I Jazz. and they have appzarec: l lI

PUBLISHED' EACH: THURSDAY AND ENTEMCO A* SECOND CLASS MATTE AT THI I on such television program: ;

POST OFFICE. AT STARK: FLA. UNDER ACT OF. MAHCH/ a. ts?.. I as and the the Bell Dinah Telephone Shore Show.Houi Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford and Union Counties

IN THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR J3.5O: . SIX MONTHS 12.00 1 The public la Invited to at. FLORIDA
206 W. MADISON ST. IMIONK() ; !>IIH.I: : 1 STARKE ,
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONB TEAK S4OO SIX MONTHS 12..2 tend the concert In Oalnes-
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YrrvYy.y..yyy.yyy ... census in the nenr future. worth snit daughter of Bun- They were sight seeing and Clay Hill Saturday night with ter Mm. Jewell. l f'aulk In JickMimvllle. If the worst: Is bound to happen I RI,I' ""Ulltl I U Ihllt, I th..- IIHI1H. -< ,o-f nil U"clI't| .; 'I'c.I c.tI"! IIIIAI'KOUnS I (, { ....
I ,- -Hli-ll, I III U tllf llllHlIIIMH ..'i rn t<> a lId! Hiilisi"i'Iheil !
HOMF URMONMTIt.VriOV; nell guest of fishing, ut Cedar, Key on, Tuduty. -.. Mr ) Wilkin :Monday. IH-rMOIIH flU I
were Sunday | auj \frs. Buddy .
inprnf I ,, .*MHlnn iiirrli-tl, un f.U. I' miIII I In :LTith:: U ilil> of JHII-
HAMPTON The home demonstration Mr. and' MI'''. U. P. Wads-. son. :Mr., and Mrs.. Lloyd Macy Suite of all that you can do. miller tinrui, mi* of H.\Vt-.S; \ miry. i li'ilil.' ..
Croup met at the city ball worth.Mr./ Harold Stubbs> returned and i-hlldren were Haturdiiy' HR} (>(''.: IIV AND MAHKKT< Hi I.I'CII-U' !: H. 1 l'1fllVAI-tfs: .

WBdnesil-iy., Feb. 2nd with Dr. \ and :Mrs. T. J. Alderman ................... home! last week front Baptist guests.. of :Mr. and Mrs. M.\ c. Running from it will not save HI'o..k. ,Klnrlilii.. urid the. *x- I :-0'1'\; HV Pl'lllliHlnlH' \ "I,
My :\1..... ;Mary William.* Kdvvin H".rtz:' speaker for Jr. und family of Ociila were Memorial hospital tu Jacksonville Diitfxiir of ..JekoflVillo.Welter ; :you: l U.nt. TollfiU i'U i I th liitirHt fif' i-iii-li. In Klorliln nt LIIIIHI. Mv I <-'iinliiNnton .
SEE IT / 1IH H.: I ,,, .,, CxiilrHH: 1'\1'1.\ Xt Ijii! ,;
Pen-
K. of
Life Conference tllariiNKlng Sunday of Mr. und Mrs.T. where he patient Holloway TIIIIOUOHIEAG
.Try.... ...TTTTTYYVT1W. Family gIst MAXVILLE W.tllI. NAM11Nnlliini : iN.oiirhil i Sent. U")
with those present .1. Alderman\ Sr. loi several weeks.Mi acola arrived, Mond u :i.v t to< n. Hny<-". .1.lr.I .. : III,n :J i L'l I

.\ FOCI WKKKInniiiR : Ilu- need" for raising families l'h'. uud Mrs. 1C.;: B. Walter- Evelyn, 111(1 us. daughter spend II \\'eOJ', two with MM. 1 I- -,HeI., I I. Ill to).. I-. |1.1"| "III,..I

./( tHe week of ,. ,eb. 13- I In. become. responsible\ adults. son and :Mrs.\. .1. A. Williams \ By Mrn. A. C. SUJo of Mr. and MI'8. WlnUcdlHants I >son and.. (1IIIIRllh'.r-ln-Iuw.} IIKI.IM'I. :. 'ii vi'ioor r ISTI\T: : < 'isri'itrsT U :': "
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1\I! the VUUUK Woman's' Aux.ll- With trust.. 'ir-eonHdim-e' anil were la U.nnesvJIh' on I business \ I Phone 289-4491 11-turned home last1 I und ;3\I i's. Walter, K.: I liollowiiyHcibln I i III U inil TITKM..,i, r-llien' .,il.\lll---4 I 'Ii'',''niK:,. ililK, :-\1'11\: 1'\,1.\ '! ii OauU 11\\1, i :'" .111 Plastic Votebnik, $2.50 nt (HID,

,inv" lIf'the Hampton B.iptltit I honesty.; The hostess for the :Monday. ..... ............... week from Hope) Haven H.ispltal : | Kldor: < uttendod It S u.I, ?n I. "(.. I l-i'' I ,.1.U.u.U. '", )hi, ,'. ,M U TI) ,ST, \T! i < 11-' i'U.u'UUi'l I : TFI.EGIttrim.JACKSONVILLE : .

church will observe. foruneek. next meting will be Mrs., June' The community was grieved. in Jacksonville where i bit'l. hd.y, paity I at I the homo olMr. ,: .

The theme for this H.iddock, and Mrs. Hetty Hay over I the death I of one of their 1.nJlehtmp: $!prvlee'. she underwent. sur", .ery I'IHlIel'.1 ;\l nnd ?Mrs.I, }1''. I liurhin! of tin- -------.--.--- ----------=------ ------_---_.---_._-----_. -_--_-------_----d---_-_.-_- ---_--_-.-_---'-_--_-_-_-.-=-=_-=-=== ---_.--=-- =--=.o--=-= -==-=-

"|t..iuiiil week Is "CorniuIttedI" ":I.I I. oldest< rcxidenlM. Mrs. Lillian Held Thursday. MI'II. Ueiuld Clutheile.daughter Slati'I Farm; Saturday afternoon :

,. Witness." According to the 1 l-'IKK, : TIU'fK{ M.'KKS:! hUN lllnckmitn un Friday. Heu.it- A Requiem Mass for Albert of Mr. and MI.... hono..ln.IHII. / oust Dcnise : DIRECtORY I I'I

> \WA President.l Ml-w lionna The tire truck was called out felt sympathy, Is. enlendod to Loiifuhamp Si-. 1 US.>: wo* htl.1: Harold Stubbs. plans to move Durbin. I BUSINESS

Klindcn:} B number of actlvlt- Sunday::\ ill 1 p.m. to help protect the !KhiHlen families.Mrs. lust! Tl1un.J"y Itt !9:30: \\I. min shortly to Tennessee wlicie Mr., and :Mrs.! Volley ", -

113 Have been planned to focuaihe u house on the cant/ *Meof llornre 1 Sl.iy: was able the Mo-it; Holy R''' Is confined, to a ling) have moved from the lake

attention of the church town from a woods( : Hie. to return, to her home IB..t1I11II',1av. Catholic\ Clnn-ch\, with \ hospital.Mr.. 1. to their home on Thomas\ Si .
,\: THPa.FI'UNITtTR.(, ;:; .: IPTICIAN; I
upon the work of thc Auxllnry. I'F.HIS) Sh<> has been in the I IAlaihua Michael J J Lal kin. pastor! of- ,and, Mrs Paul Helms! I Irelumed in Stii ike.

) Included In these. actlv-, Mrs.\ Louise, Hogan and Dill I'.eneial. I Hi.spit.il,1 for Uciatlnu. Burial I I lolljwed. 111 I hume :Sunoav: .: from II | :\lU'. and ;Mrs.\ I.". C Connei! A N T I I J II K: S I
FERGUSON'SMAPLE
,i iex. is. a banquet to be heW Underwood weie" culled. t to ,,1.ve\ ,. operation.Mrs. the Riverside Memoilnl Prtl'k vhit In canton.' Gum '1 he | vlsiti'd" relatives. in SI. ( U-nrge. I Bennett-Daly

""l.i l-'eb. 11!> at 7 p m. in the Goni'Rlii last week due tf> the' No.ih Nit-Ids of Jacksonville Cemetriv. Helmdaughter.. Mis., d.ir.V' S Ci l :Monday' and Tlinndnv. I I11' Bought/ Sold AppialHivl, Opticians Inc.

..I1l<'lIl\onlll I\ I building< of the Illness of HII':1'An.hnotlwr., : I IMr. visited with her, bro- MI' Lonuchamp died in a Jones and chlldien\ ,returned :\ and ;Mrs.\ l K.i ;M. Norton Furniture' China Glass, SHOP I MiipliratPri' ..Vrciiratelvnnd

.dm,it'll. At the present timoHUM and I :Mrs.l Lcon.ird' Mel I t Ilier\" lied' MiHlor-tn-l.iw.\ :Mi., ii niMis. Jacksonville, hosplt.il: l :Monday liome with them for a visitheie. \ and family weie Himd.iy dlnni.i Silver Bi-iiss" Oil Paintings I rn-t-s Pmmptlv,

nre ten members enrol- ton of Atlanta announce the! J. I':. KinlU-k. last week. alter an lllne.-.s ol sevi-rul ,. guests' of MI' ,lUnd\, :Mrs. :\1. INTERIOR "
One I'lece or u House. Full Onlv the Fln-ot In (Qiuilityinnl '
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Hick serving as director and 1. Mis.1 i i I..onni.1..lton: mother of Jacksonville! were" viBl- bec. Canada and bud l lived In und dauuhter\ ol Jacksonville I Bonville.. Ina Ward Antiques ?8 \\ est DilMll.. St.

\1vitle Ann Allen an. counselor. of Leonard went to be' wHh tOtS, lit I the home of :Mr. and Jacksonville 25 years inovin and<1 :Mm.)\ Y. H. Colemim nndDoimie ;Marion\ Faulk of Jacksonville SERVICE .Tiw k.' "nvllh'. 3S31S31I'ET '

]K;!furls will be made to enlist I them for II few weeks.Mis. ;Mrs\ : 1 K. B. Wattcrson on Satin here two years II
'ie\\' members chu'lnfocus* / : Kathy Smith entered ,d.iv. member of the Most Holy Plerson with Mr. and MI's I finest: of :Mr. and ;Mrs.. :Maxie Early: American Furnishing! :

.\ ..,.It and, Any unmarried the Hradfoiil" County. Hospital I 1 J.'U .lOflUlS. < of :lfr.... Minnie Redeemer Catholic Church James! Colt'mllnlnd/ family. Carter., Sr. Jacksonville. 387-1379 I 5039 Timothy Lane SHOP -.

voum!,:; huly between the axe* last wc'i'U t tor t tnalnienl.Mrs. ( Quiglov were, K'leved' to leainot and letired fanner, MI' and Mrh. Ray Pellum i i Mr. and Mis. R. M. Norton ('"!"! Collect I II .Tarteionvlllp EV fl-Bno2 TIII

"f 10 und 21 is: Invited to be- : .1. (K. Io''ulkk, !left forn her ilenlh is'"I.. extend heartfelt He Is survived by one son and c-hlldien of ja'k..on\I11'( visited their il.nihter.) Sylvia

I n.niiu part of this Christian visit with her mm ami l synip.ithv to hei, brother Albeit. Lanucli.tmp: JI' of .pent the weekend h -re with who Is It patient. in St. Vincent's Auto Sale! & Service I Kongo Pet Shop

141-0 lip daught hl".ln-lllw., ;\ r. ami Mrs.William L. A. Wynn\" and family. Jat'k.tOl''llle, two slaters and Mr. and Mi*. Buddy Brown-1(! Hospital. : Tuesday, utter-, I HKAKINO: : AID I'oinllen' .\laJt.--"I...."-.

(fir\' n'oi'Nt'L) & I llrfiivll In L.ikel.tm1I .; ; ;\1i'\ ,.. Helm.i Hipftlnbnthani one brother. Recitation of the noon.Mrs. WESTSIDEVolkswagen For Best. In Hearing: SeeSONOTONE POODLE GROOMING

The council met Tuesday I :Moinl.iy.Williuni of P.ilalltn vl..lt..cHunday\ with' Roseary was held Wednesdayat inK.Mi'! and11': '', .1. C. llII9iiflboth.i !! : M.izelle I HuBosc) h.iletiirned :I- I S\ve teis.' Collars Tags

niuht Feb. 1llh all member \ 1'hilhps' of Jacksonville Mr. icnil, :\11'", 1)V.. Johnson I 7 p m. In the Chapel of children of to her" home in MiamiHftei & i Inc. Pet Supplies

)>' .,'nt. It was voted, to lay I was vi.sltiiiK\ his /sister. din.) :Miss: :Maggie' ..hishnsnn.h Haidaj-e and Sons Bl.indlnnBlvd. iii and Huntlav with Iow-I ? spending ,seventl w<-'(.ksus AITHORIZKD' : DEALER OF. ,-KSONYII.I.K: nirdrl..h-tlnm.r.' .
icy spent" *
,,"w sidewalks; from. :Southern'; I M\ us. ('. A. fox. .on Tuesday. :Mi.h anil\ I M""U's. A. 1 1'. Stringer guest' of :Iofl'''. M.ny) Ship- ; D.II'It, Sun. inP.M.: .
Hurl Mrs.\ nil ford" "The Sti-onjfest, and! SmallestHealing ,
J l.ihonU. i to east oC t own at I Mr. nnll1I'1I.\ Itutus Harry .1 I'. and fiinnlv nf Jacksonville, flirt JllnulnbolhI I man imd' Mrx Klmn: HiKg"' !>'.t".V: ), I'urts ; Closed, TUI'.tlayfJII

iiinition of 18 and 221. Bids I I nnd finiily I I moved Into the \t,'1',* 1 Kin-st-i<: uC1: i t. and :Mis.I :Mr and<1 Mrs C. R. HuntJr 11m. IIlId11': K: I) llltnlnbotli.ini I IMI' I,, !Serb. > \ i' Body Aid in theVmld" I ;!): !) Hej'long Rfl Normand:

1 .> \lie nuked by next council fluid's, lIut'ii'. last l week. Mr, I K L Blown Saturday.( Oni announce! the birth of a H FbI Mm'Illed I .AAAAAA............AAAA, Open Ham. 8pm.I'Ih"I'1 Only (.... Ileiirlnr: Aid :M.wle: Section

;nicetinK March 1. I ll.nrv I i IN employed" at KOIH! i HIII1 day i In I I Hllllotl'1l1I I !I pm. '.
2'.t .l.nri.p.lt
I
Anyone;\ !Interested In sub- 1 KMI' In St t",1 i let* Smith of"hi.... weie supper In St Vincent's
Stf!
day. Jan : ( While there the HiK'dnbotluiin' II!Eli fI) I.S"'t: :. :SOCT1I '
<
milling bids for! City Mowing I Mis 1 InII, I li\ill t I nnd, win of !, /guest: Of Die Biown's. 110")1111,111') : Hunt Is the t son Douglas! was In lined plavIIIK I BROOKER i Phone Jacksonville, 384-3141 I ; ksonville. :353-11H3 I PIANOS()

.ii' ..ntiti-t. K P. Lotl or meet Al.uhiia, visiteil, I vvllli l I hir U!! par- Mr, a nil,i ;Mrs. Hoy Smith third isrnde! If'al'l.I'. lit Mamie !

,\ith, i ,>unril on March 1. !I I'nt11', : nnd ( emorKPn-
The council plans to take CulloiiKh<: on 'I'I.l.y., :loll'i ''. Stella! Brown on .: IlIn"'I' !School, Parrish Motors
j' .. : I f.v: t tl'rlllmf'nt nt n Folkston) ',..y..1 I I & Oraan Complete
air mid Mis Th..mA"VRet. I lift I I el" noirll FIELDSHOBBY
itt 1(151 ShouerMis '
I ( : Cia Service, Center"
1 hospital I
Mi. 1011.1. Mrs. A. O. Ffaddoi'U and I
UiivCuverdale
Sorry to hear :Mrs A. L. Rhe- <' : : .: BIRTII1 AY I SHOP Inc. I Kiaukauer Custom-built!'
anti flnldien' spent the Noilh. entertainedat SU04SEU'I't:! ,
:Miss Helen bei'K' of Mncrlennv' is confinedlo The Blank ConiniunityCentei' I pianos: since 1869.
\\eeki-nil. III VCI-H lle.ich' with Coverdahshome Saturday I : rOLrO A Complete! Line of
the -
Serving Florida Ed Fraser! Hospital then'Tis for the 9th P A Starck & Jesse
setting I.
(
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was 1
:Mrs l |nlrlnrk'4 hlster and' 1'\UTI'! Boat! & Airplane Biiilcleis Supplier -
with bridal shower
Since 1950O ;) Inol.. ., I nluht II i :\ KliPbcru Is the mil her ofMrs i birthday. patty of :xilss. KdlhyJUIl..1I I French Pianos
lii-i -In-Kiw\ :Ml. and :MrsJames < ; Violet Burn- -- Speclal7lnu] In Radio -
: honuilim Miss .. Doiothy WatersPcv. here. i Approximately 17 (It t :MusicPiano: Methods\ \
I Ille''I'I"
f I Itiuiime I and V.1 ro ily. Controlled :Models
.
tJrul oenttcf. O//M d.l1I.titl'I' i .t'cl. Jack Waters of BaldI I Knthy's friends atten.ifd: the I 32 Years' As A Dealer I Collections Classics
tF is. tg )Fom.Mh; ; ;) 011111" were played. and 1 piixes win visited here l1oll"av'lIh'I to Always Good t'sed Curs, and EQulpml'ntOppn All Kinds of Used PUnoi
..... .,.. .... ...... of :\1"I. mid ;Airs\ Lenilon KorHylli Kitgore patty and entoyed danciim! II III
auaided to Miss\ ille
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., > Mary II'JI I Laiirii St. .lacksiint
.. .. .. wax ti: kt'ti to the !Hrml-i, his mother\ Mrs. Dorothy records.. plavlns': cam.1! :and ,, Evenings: till !9) P.M.: I & Organs) .
Mis Oene Johnson and Phone 31)116Hutomati : :
J Hi Waters'' I catinu delicious lelreshmentsof I L C02; So Ed we wood Low Bank Fnnncin! to
fold Cue
fly )spilal :Sundiiy
Lucile :Mrs'. Ills I HI"",'. lnl>othal11. 'I
Mrs. Jackie '
Cordially Waters 3 Years
{ of
with' pneiiiiKini.i.' I\ son R"v cake and punch. There Jnckionvllle! 3aMen's -

GodwinRepresentathe \Fi'.imes; Lotl of. Jacksonville After the honoied guest opened and Mrs\ Ji. kVatei's! ; of were. plenty of balloons. and i ,\ <- Transmission:; 1 I I 7153 Blinding Illvd..Iiek.onvllle .

'ji' Welcomes spent; l.isl,' \\,,',..k'Ith her parents of\ cake.I her '
Call St. "LpJ :Mi l,. 'und ;1i1/i's. F. P. IxittShe Saturday here with his :Mrs.: Carol Lre Jjnes was assisted ; Automatic
1013 E. You and Your : is .1 ,Miulvnl 1 nurse. at St .served, to the fourteenquests uraiKtinothPr.: Mrs. DoiothyWaters. with her, dauchtrr's, Transmissions & i "(}inilitv%' C'lothe* for :Men nnilU.s : ( { ; :'

Ph. 96J-5321: Family to Your Vmn-nt\ I's hospital.' I They ill'spent I : pie.M-nt. party by her" sister Mrs. Mai\ ; 'v I I ; xlnri, 1l1n-! !>
Out) of town Riiests I Jf.im & Hamhn 1'i.inos
WU'lCMU'S : :
Starke New Home Silt mil.iv i : In Lakeland! VVc-itbei-ry' Jilflis, HI land T. I j Sue WillinahrimKB1CTK! I Motor Exchange Vim Hou-en Stetson Haf.MifireRoi < .
: Iris HluKlnbuthiim ol ll.ininiond OIL,
with :\.li'. I-oU'H ,sillnr.Ml 1, Manning: were In D:>tl'olt.1M"'h. I I B.\ .: STi'ItIt'The I : ; Cold: Cup Sox I I / ins
.
Baldwin Mrs. Ruby Harpsi 1 lUG I p \nnvVI.T) : MaKnnvox Organs.
1 J. P. RnftMe of LawS and Miss Barbara North of over the weekend ambulance'to''j'I II Lloyd Dval home wn Renianufm-tured Tiunsmls- I Complete,, Konii.il Wear Mental" ,i I "\'..,, (...! .V (;iiMid. U..It-
FloridaIt purchase '
The State of n new
cooklnu
S \ visited her sister-in-l.iw: the "hIlI>PY urountoi I

:\1,Us.. Alrna I Dynl I !SUU' UUU l.sy. JarkKonvllle I for the Wenb'-rrv' GiiffH III a bile baibecue Saturday I .lons, -- :Motoi.sBv ':-'Iollnq menS: Shop

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Jfilmnv: Hntiin and Mis. 1 Delll.ipin .. ltlrthil.iv I'.irty FunciHl! Home In OieimePark. I afternoon Chief dish on the Quality C'rnlUman F. O. MILLER ? .Et
:Mr. !BiKldy( Bl'atshitw: entertained -
Ss.
3383 VV Beaver
.. To Acquaint You With Your City. 'a I : of Staike were Hun-( menu was the delicious\ barbecue 3 IIP ;.Main Corner Diival, :
her, with '" -
.son Davy u J U'ksnnville. 3$ II I 033:> i :
dIY Buim, "ts of :loll'. and :Mrs pork and d"erMis.. Dval l lIPEIH I
.1 ,
I>Al'tyVerhl.'day afternoon ..................... Jacksonville
W and .Iutct"sp.tillt'
1 I' Swidoll.Mr \ !lepmts that between 50 '
If :you are new in the area, a phone February, 2 on hU blxthulithdtiv ; '
: : Hitrl Ml is. Vtldon!< Ciiae I 60(J people were theIr to enjoy' ( .\ :\ : ,

call will bring you a prompt visit from", I)IiflI. N. C. me vIsiting) (tamos wcie, played and refreshments Kingsley Lake t the afternoon ii oct eveninu' :\1.1O'I'R'Y'i.E4HONDA) (

I ho :51. Wntlcmon.( Sunday! This group I Is really not an Cribbs Campers : SASPEARSON'S
from your local hostess. Please give R. I';. Piiti-henn. the Watter- of biithday ('a ke Kanl/ed! : (club Several 0"-1

Hon's and their and and Ice c-rcani/ weie served to Mrs.. Ir;. M. NnrtoBIII D<>I-Hpy Campers / '' I ,
quests hf'\ ..
started hunting lOIlf'1 some1 :M O T C) R ( ( E: S
Davy hl five
her a call! She has maps and many mid < little friends Phil" Saw & Knife
:
Jfrll.I.vrtle: Wiitterscm 3:1.20lU then otherswere .
jvereHiRht ': who Joined Jiim fur the cc'e-!' lime back and Shasta' Trailers" All :Model: Nothing! Down
free seeing over, on Santa added! Ki-nduallv. until :\fell'hunl.Orel'n I SUES A SKKVIC'E,
and wonderful gifts for I Stamps
you bra Ii Ion. ..................... I
Fe and Suwannee ,river. They (_ liiirrh Vru..iThe the uroup) has expanded; to 60 Skamper Convertibles Op( n 8 A :M to 7 P :M I ALL TYPES OF SAWS
from local businesses. had dinner at :Sandy Point. .' 'l{<'II .I.III.S.: .: himtpr. and I their families i : Monday -Fi Idav I Ii
"Maxvllle Baptist ( Tr.ulet' -Kunk l'InanrliiKSIOH / 5027 Broadway Ave..Iutcksnviile .
I I Church cnloypd the M.ixvlllpOu.irtel Kingrale.v;: Lake, Baptist Anvwav.. these little pI-to- : ) Sm, Juan Ave. i SAM: t to fi P :\1. I I'V: 4-31R1

at Sunday night Church: Sun.Liv S II n d l a y Bathers help to promote! Saturday and Wednesday! I II

Church! "rvlces.< I school !it.4.-i: :s tt. nl. .lfnl'lIlnK I will In the (community' n ItOOel// Jacksonville. :388-13JS'! I CI.OsKII...: !sl'Ml\Y)
"'. HE'J'iI.'III'iE: (; : :
Mt Zlnn Baptist Church .rship. II a. 1?,. Training know 'that! everyone (' ''I I .\Un'uts.l''I.IS: ,

Union ft, 15: p.m: veiling them 4349!
ImmenselyMr
BlandinK Blvd.
held their Communion Service (CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg I N'SnERl'T.. ZICiZAti
'
: Sunday mOI'nlllDeacons/ Worship 7 :.::0) p. in .MidweekPrayer \ 1'nsns.\I.s. : I. Jacksonville! 771-H? I IIMOVKKS t Like" New. In 4 Di Cabinet

fa E' : from Maxvllle\ : Baptist Church I Seivlcr, Wiilnesiliiy.7UO Anti :Mrs" Tom Jones! Sold Neu over $300

attending the Communion :: I pm ; Chat Practice, fOul fn"IHI'! nUnesvil'\ Chain ; B-il. ST! or !S.1.00 I't'rII: IU.
; "8,10:
: p.m. R.B.. T. Pejivypastor : were Sundiiv, unfits of the Bill
Services, were n. 1... Ideal I
(IBuril I "(' ; / Saw Sales Sewing CenterA
Harris and i 001 5', let us worship'' Jones) family. i iMr ACME
Oscur 1luulii.I'ERON '!. MOVING
hsu'. .
toget
: and Mr, I. L. I II' MAKES
Dvnl
: %I.S : en- II I o ;M .K: i, i T K
I Beulah .
I :Mr. and Mis H V. Morrls- Hi.tist| S Church. : tertalned Mrs: R c.jti'( "nn & STORAGE New' and U.s< d :Machines'
!
and children ot Sim.liiy S.' 'In' (ii, I lit U) n.m.) ; Mom-i I of Tam a last t Thursrtnvntaht : .:Money :Makm' ChUm. S.iwsNLK4 i 848 CassiU Ave.lai'kainGlIp
Nathan Hale 1.0IVOKI.1IU)
I: Ins; Worship." I 1 II n.m.. Tmin- Tb ,'It nfteiivwin1' : ) 38'')-507lTltACK
iur'- 'v
Road "'
I iPturned horn over the I I lug I'nUssn, H'to:: Pill; KvonniK: :; : X. SKKMCK: 1( ': i !STATK: UIDEMOMXfi: ;
visitors of t the Ovn's W"> :MrsNVta '
weekend after .penriirm last Worship. 7:30: re j J.u. kx>iiviiu 1]] > Wlutc: Glove
p.m : Midwuuk ( ; SiUH'ERAY'S:
( :
-' !; Ilvnl
of StarkMrs
: .
week In P.iits .mil All Make
k North Cal nlll1.L withrelathps. 'I I j'I"IH"I'V,,"" \\'cJn"I.ly' ( Rupalis :Mo.eiA't ,
,
Joe FJp'hf'p1'1(1: / ( :Mrs II Is
f :3 m(> p.m ; ;Midweek\l < Pravi-r Torn. .
& Yn: oo I'oxsei :Mowers
Mr., Mrs Smith ol Panama Cltv. '! t Bekins Van Lines CoP
and
Bob Pullard ,
SfivU-e, Wednesday. 7.HO::\ .
mI.ev.
p :Mr and :\\II..J T Ras and O. Box :267Jacksonville :!
and
'auahtcr'
Teens Ann ot I It. L. 'rll g lat'l.(: p.ustor."Kvpryone ) : family$ III. Miii'lleburs 1 ; 2R2OO:; TRACK SERVICE
Jacksonville, spent thenrckeiij in..
VVIMC Fild.ivnUht ; : Welcomiv"< ,..I. ..._..,_.. .. u '_L I .lMK.R5KI1'HH' :\ ; Portable Track Press Ser\i' ,U'
; visitors of Mr and MIUII-SIOU I'I. ( \l Jr.1l npr
I'KKSO.NALS: : I
Avoiv Slade. and children.I\ll's'l Miss, :MuttvlI: Johns. of Jacksonville i mother Mrs' H F R'\IIRhm1n. ELECTIUIOTOHS: ) { ,I Welding

Billy Godwin son of spent, Sund.iv. uftei- and 1 111': nnd( )Mrs Wylle HnrIPV .\ !I'teit. Hiilldi, >zers &: Crawlers

Violet Ood\\ and faintly. "We'II Keep: t-m Rolling" .
j: In. i Is stAtioned'' noiin with :Mr., IIn.111'11.: M.ixie Peavy Brothers
In Ft. BennliiK. Oa i ('.11'\0'1'\ Kr.Mis. Mr. and :Mrs L. L. nval Paulus Music Co. 7'87V.. Beaver I I.JiI

Mrs D. B. OrlffL.. and MisHollis : Sadie Klder and filmily have 1..f'l.d'ol'd. that their'| Electric Co.ILECTKIC B.md. & String! Instruments. I'k*.01111.\ .' :388-4B21 I

Jeffers attended. lunernl attended th>. proxi-Htu/ "01'- son. LII erne serving: on n' Gibson Ouitart, & Amplifiers I
I %lOTOItS)
cti? set vices Saturday afternoon ellll""ion Teenager". which was tour of duty 111'll't Nam. has' S0U..ServicedRepaiuedck'nei'atoisStarters, I .S.-hool i !Supplies' Instriution, TKOIMCAL FISH II I

In Jacksonville for David, held nt the Pine LI'Hlp- been promoted, Hi"' Is now S : I Roberts Recorders I
Mosley: who P. 4 Laverne' L Dval We say ': \ MiiBle. '
was! killed in an' tist Church K.itnrd.Ly, evenln kY- qt' /fl auto accident eSther" in the I Jimmy a HI"HIIIInll. I thieedtiiiffhteis convn-aliiliitlon.s t I and\ much I Alterations. I Hepalr: DepartmentII .
week. I uoort luck. Armature Ki" vindiiif( I \ %\'. :
.Alcmroe
of JacksonvilU. 't.(
;
were\
L ; Mr. and Mrs Bud Meyers I Sunday dinnei guests of Mrs: Wh t1'1'y chic yo-mu! I 4044 Lenox AveJacksonville I Jacksonville 35S-8447:' Complete Aquarium. Supplier, I

< I and children of Memphis.\ ;, .1.\1: IlrtKtlev..Mrs. Brookcr socialite takes two I_ 387-2528 I IF.B1W' Silo: I) He;,,.h BlMl. I Imported .. ...h All Species"

Tenn. are here. for a two : K. (J. Conn1'ln,1, hours to do her nails? Jwkllonvll1, 3ft8-3npt CALL OR COME: BY

weeks vacation with relatives! I iiranddnlighter; Stephanie Oliver SEE: : IT THROUGH : Black 11 11lOlly { ( SHOP_ MonSat 10am to 6 pm.

Mr. and Mrs Don Jenkins attended the Kloiida< be thp clouds\ about: you MI'SIC: i ( -lnslrument4MARVIN Sunday 2 to 6 pmt

and daughter moved Thursday Dental Association( party held And voiii' future, may ttiem: BON MARFABRICSHOP I \%' Order Any FI Available..

from the HollLs Jeffers house! at the Civic Auditorium In "I'lm. I KAY'S 943 S. i: lRpw' '
heie. to Ralford( where MI' Jacksonville Sunduy iiftoiruxm..Mrs. I But Don't let your nerve cles- I 3559404'ESTEUN

Jenkins Is employed : Maxle: Carter.. Sr. wits aert you: I 'I Music CenterFender.

Tommy Turner of Pensa- hini-hi'on guest of her daiiRh-I j! Keep. ;yourself In Hunting him I Complete l Line. of : STOHE; ) :
cola was here for the I Gr..ts'h0'1 OultarKinsr. -
Put them all __ "_ _weekend
together '>t. LL u FARKICS? NOTIONS!I ( Hatten and Selmor
'L" ma pal'enLS.i'! ::. and LITTLE DUDE
Mrs., K A. Turner and family TIt.\\'EI.\CEXCY: Mccall & Simplicity PdUf'I'nsl Band Instruments

Mrs! 8 IK Ludwig: ':. Slingerland, Rogers Western StoreWhere
.that's "Sunshine D B Orlffls anj Mrs Cassete.
; Service"'SUNSHlN & For Full" I Infut'milUon and Reservations, on S. S. Hansentn- DrumsKentaN "
HolllM Jeffers vi.site-d! : Friday / I You'll Find Everythititt .
afternoon In ('HI'I.tSlItLl,. : .:S !'I1I1I'S--IIOTti.s: I JacksonvilleOpen & Kepirirs on ALL
Oranac Park with For the Horse-

Mr. and Mrs John C JeffcrEnronte < KILL AND LARE'T'T.RITR( :'IAKRIMANKOI :? 9 A.M.: to fi P.M.: I 44)0) M UN ST. Enthusiast

home Western Clothing Leathercooda -
they visited Jacksonville 353-O935 -
j
!Mrs. Orlffls nephew Wesf- i Saddles Tra Ileus
and
SERVICE 'UI1() FLOOR COVEIUNO{ (;
yoo- yJ.
b
for
wo In
many helpful berry Orlffls III also in :\I1'SlS1IlETPOTTER'S Cha-le! & Sharon Petty

Beside. d the eoraniencea of total electric living, Sunshine Oranue Park.Barbara I I 902 So. EdllPWOflc1veo..
North 1-iuim St. :.S.\* -6nt: Travel. Inc' .I.ukMinville, 3R4-1310'
Service offers the ternaa of trained representation, ikHled in the of Jactcsrmvllle I"
spent the weekend here ,
cfficien and economical a e of electricity in the home, on the R-lth, her cousin., Helen North Looking, for Home of Music WELL mULLIXr.PARTRIDGE

farm, in bmuxxa and industry..plus services,yours for the asking Sony to hear nrandmaWellhausen AMBULANCE SERVICE better carpets fPI10NK .
Church :Music
Is !
!Plat,of course' ,10 rate reductions in 10 years saving Sunshine confined to herlome t'ist.t '?');.> I
this ;
week. She )
:
Bunrice wa PHONE 961-2600 Education!)! Music Well Drilling Co.
cntitomen a total of more than S38 million] annually] 1 1FlOIIftA :rested by a Macclennv: doctor ._-e. ::: 17i1d5'
Musical I I RtX'K .\RTEI!! \11: WELLS
Saturday.\ Everyone l.slies her DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Instniments
524 HOliAN. "o. 'o... Complete F.Jl'ctrlc'ater
speedy
I recovery.
.
f Repairs Svstf'm".umH'TloS'
Bob Carter received rmcrlency DeWitt C. Jones Roistered' Funeral Director .

rOWER S tlSHT C014PAMY treatment In Stark Starke Fla. ".*" :Near. A.* Your ;Mitllhox"21O
FI'FISAS'ISO' : :
MflfUM HM* HQUOA ast week for a lex injury re-
5860
353-61 W. Beaver St. Hyde Grove Ave.
t'lvedhUe using a power RENTAL SERVICES\ Jacksonville


a aw.Mrs.. Randolph Crosby and I Hospital Reds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Jacksonville 354-3632 Call (t'ollrct 3891138r

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below for 100 Free Stamps Pop Tarts ? r 45* Cluster Candy 49* r ( l r'f f!
with your purchase of 5lbi.WD .
Refl. 39# B'i-oz.') CRACKIN' GOOD Regular; 23* DIXIE DARLING HONEY tTh -tM \
Brand Ground Beef Party Slims ? 3/$1;. Korn Bread j J 19* i. "


Shank Portion Sunnyland Smoked 10 59 ir
Fla. Grade "A" FreshSTEWING t h ,

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: WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY RED DEL. 8-oz. PKG. ASTOR INSTANT

(WHOLE) w Apples sIO/891./ Potatoes 3/89/

WAXED MILD V. S. NO. t GA. RED SWEET V

t r t 1 Ib 5? 9$L Lb. 231 :" Rutabagas .,19 Potatoes 5 :59/

U. S. MO. I YELLOW THRIFTY, AAAtD Ji-GAL. \

Onions 5 DAG 29, Or'ge Drink 39/
lUNNYLAND WHOLE OR BUTT HALF SMOKED 14-oz. CUP PALMETTO FARMS BAKED
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H ci LB. 691; Beans. 391 FROZEN FRENCH FRY
bIiU o o o .
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U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT REG. 55* 12-oz. PKG. TARNOW I.! POTATOES 5 RAG., .
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R oas F-1-: LB. 69 J f. W. eners 49 f. It' ..,,..' ,--_....'- _. "
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CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CHUCK COPELAND SLICED '4
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USS. k. LB. 7 9 f 1r3".L.B oEognais.63 f i' I I dN?.XT.GREEN STAMPS tA" 7 I EXTRA dl/(...GREEN. ." STAMPS :.i EXTRA.6'J..GREEN" ':STAMPS. ..1.1ea i.
; ON< a.LD ...... 1 .., *WO PINT.PK... ; _N&CT. /RO. ;
1 1 rIJ II-J',,. W-O BfAMOGround Beef '. ,..ft_ Coffee RICH' Rich I 1 rlJ7.,. (. Tea.AlTO"Bags .'I e
12-oz. PKG. SUNNYLAND THIN SLICED 6 Cans CRACKIN' GOOD Sweetmilk or Buttermilk Canned ; i:::+:? .000 TH"U, ./... 12TH / : .OOD7N/IY..177N/ : ::f"'" 000N"Yr7N. fU: :
IIO" / "IS: ; "M""M'" "'' ";
1 n.x'W" mn .... uvr wrxr mvn' .
Bacon O 0 6 91 tB i IS cui its 49 1 ; --- I-- i ii-:! r 1i I-"I;--EXTRA d7! GREENSTAMPS_ -/r.I '; -dM i N:ri.I-I

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I ONtL.Y: ;,, 1 ;.L. PKfl.VKCBIV'ON ; ONI 4-OX CAN ,;
10-or. PKG. RASPPfRIES I OR 20-or PKG. MORTON CHEESE ANDStrawberries JW Cottage I"'D" Cheese i 1 J'JI. Beef & .Gravy.VLICKO.' i I JW. ABTOABlack PepperONI '::i
GIANT i 4)1.'''' GOOD THRU I3TM '::r.:: .OODT."U.. ,... 12rx l ;::t.: OOO THRU:..: If rH7'
GREEN ;
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16 oz. PKG. TASTE O1 SEA V4' SUPERERAND 1-LB PKGS. CARROT NUGGETS 1 E7 TRA I EXTRA I I I ;!
Perch Fillet !: 2/$1 : Oleo V. ? 7 5/l. NIBLETS, CORN 1 dX..GREENwSTAMPS.!.OU"CAH. ; I dXNGREEIVSTAMPS! T..N 'OX. /7; EXTRA'1:: .
BUTTER SAUCE) / a
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Lima Beans 39 Or'ge Drink 10/$1./ .' 4! 1O'oz. S1 /.._..:':'Z"..._._.aooo...THHU tirf._w.IIM pi.nni....tarMIT ."...a...1._..f wi.....__.00DTH"U""I.o..."...Y.W'N"__.....'.._...._1_._ .......000...TOHYW'.THRO._.'"."PIS.'_.UTN.#.1._....I..


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: .ff f.. l pI'LI.m..1. $ or InUnnlblo" proporlyI Case :No. 1 I-SU7:; mi. KOII IIIIIHHunjiil Lsus ,'".'fJ IIT': f1\jOr..I t;.
I rM\u"n,1) {| altnndonoil: 5-0477- .T'> Arm Phyllis Durmilt,, ,tppfltNTM.I'Ri..V' 2..0. 0IIAUX
hlfl" III l h. .1h |
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0003 Nnmvoilliv' )/ Mr. or :Mr! O.II. flalntirr. vn. Melvin ullvoiIturnttt. ..
l '. >NS: ABOVB Ql'.VNTI-
tin- :
\ y I 'City ( .1IIIuli uf 'the Clli )
} Hill .. Slarko. Flu.: 3.0101.003r'rlct' )' ) : '' t. r>i.r< ni1iintNOTICH >r StnrUu, C'lorltla. in thv I'ltv TII5S I"J It A TW Itl..v I';
12.: C. (npnPO'HI! l.ioIirey.iutark. TO, AI'IM'JAtlTo .
Hull I In RtiirUe Flnrliln... 'Ill SIOX'I'H i'1 nlfJP.
I : : : .! t .>, I'la.. A-iMOI-iiol) )I 11111'1-,, : ]Melvin. Oliver, niirri" ,fll pin ,,i'ke ,riniiriiMI ., .
7 7 :IM"> ,,Iock Ik.M.! un Tiiffmluy. TinI'll} of r MVI' ,
I; burn, .1. L. "r llaltle T. InforUhAtton ,- You are iKT..by n,>urll.cI 'tlnitn Man h, I. 11168 at tvlili-li Limo I IK. ,right I I 11 nrti.pl.. 01' ,n-Jo'.l, '
Itowarif F d,ett uuticerfilnir tli.. amount Hint' for, Divorce bin IxionfUi I C lid iilui'u'' .oil 1 bliln, r.-tolvurj will uiiy op, nil l bids..
: ] or description of ho Property, : > ) : 284-1113 And. the nain" mul ndilrenii' orth Court,, D tnt .'ii see ,uml I C, >'lMl: on, tho, ,lollu, IIIK.iKiiri.lt .
1icl, r ififlv' ttn cOts In.,1 by ..Mritltll.L: : FliVVAftDMOir:: : '
3*'"ll HfP' ,'fl"|II11"'IMl I l I.> Hfl\, .I
< :\( .any p.riioitq ponncHHlnff, an InIMCHI I: :' <:'iii.ivi" : !. \i- ( (:'lurk,
: :, .. AAAAA4A.46 ,,, copy of .tour, MII..II'I'.f., IO"i' iilimil, PHiiMMTI: "I.Y ,
In I"0" 1""rrLY| l hv adrirerfMlnir ininiu MJ. : :ji 2 10
/: ) :: I .. ... Htt Imiutrv I to p're.I' oPlrkliiiun. IIIK to Hie i "IIIIh.11I1 I l 'in, U.
"En PlaIIlUfl'It..y t i linn I I Ii C
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: ; : : Jr St a t- C.1'.1.lor ,| l
A. (I1r..ell.. .Ii, fluinv., ,tilt-
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Cozen of Gain AiliiiliiMtniti'i.I Aknnilon-
us '
( ( : 1"10,1,1.l Hllll, tillIll".. 01 III,III.,, .1 I
I Mrs. Norma Jean ocl I'r"'>I"'lyl1'hh'I." I I Caidlol.TallHliiiAH GLASS That's Our Business
*.**. KltirUl.t. He HMri" > to In 'ISo rrici.' of duo ('Ink" ,01|
: Highland ''entertain nwntk'ii, m-r(,mil I II U a,i'.-I. nuincnnil Iho L'ln-ult CiMirl. un "r I I.. r.ir.
home of Mrs. C. B. aildrrHH, MX i jubilalsl l In the 7lh. Uiiy ..f F('l>riiur, t>, 1'ini.iithi" ;.. "If It's Glass We Have; It"'ui
win1 the ulleKuliotia I ,,i iHiild ,.
tlilH not ls ... I I'nli'MM 'priiur. ..rl -
: I : with a show ownprshli* IH \>,'....../1".1 t I.. HIPIvoldvr Citiiujlitlnt.' .. ,,'111 ho t t.iUin' I, CALL WRITE VISIT
or
I Mrs. Carter. by ,\,iri1. :I'll! I liii Ii/;'/;). HIP un ,."..re".ueI by you.
: ( : were played and pro|>orlv will I .L.I-. II>||s't.|u's'l| I eotho This notlt'o. shIll I"1 1.'oI.h...', FOR ANY CLASS NEED
I : ( ) [ to Rosa Ma Ad uuu I a lat,.."tir. Thun>..ft pr. ril otue vucll, wi'k fir I..in.., 1
: : (" all. flirlhcr i-lalnm, nitiHl I..> direvtI UIHIHOr'tltlVM. i AtttlkH i In th<. ; We Design Modern Store Fronts
; Millie Wilkinson. to t tli* A.lmllll"lr.r l I lirnilfonl" County 'f"luhrrlll.hP".I u -
honoree opened FidEl) II. I DICKINSON r I ; J H. AnAdmlnlHiriitvr I tlilH Utli \ lovely gifts cuke u,,, I Iliill.HKAI. '; Table TopsSHEA'S
: :8/3 :at 2/10 < : .)

were served (*liHrl..M A lusts I liy,
: : 33 guests. Guests l..\1.1. KnitSflll .11 It'"' r'lrrk ur LI,". ClKiili, I C.MHI., 1 GLASS CO.
j !. included Mrs. Jean- .'ll i hMM \\lll i l 10. r..|.|.l\ n'I| Hy Kciiliili I .sI I. .MixMlv..% t II
bv I I"t""r,1/ of? Homl 1 TriiHtvi'H'
Mrs. lii'iiuly I Clerk ,
of Luwtey $ ,.
; ,, : 1 rel of I Hit.' ('II y of HliirUiKlorl'lH., 11\1'1 I i J J 6 ., (NOT INC.)
( : ( and other ut' I ihn I'lty Clcrk'K orfli-i., 'In
Jacksonville, and 5i',ikn., "-'I"rl .
mother of { link. r.M. on'' TiK-Kiiny. tint, I IHI l Mil i It'I'i: or .\rri i ic \'I'I"\
day "f Miil-i-h i ", A.l I.1'I 1!5 ;, .'1>11 'I't, \ III.I.II"; : <
uhlt4i, time I < IIIK, ] ,.1..",... .till. blilHr *<..... ,mi I.in. ....-*. i
; Hill Baptist ."'i v.l ulll I .br. > ,iMihlhly ip, '.|',i' NuTli'i" '.: is iiitKli|; : 1 ii\i: I ""S I Itlnil
: ,>fl i 5 Hll"l rcurl 1I1."d1 tin, follow I I Mm 1, I licHlrliM'u I I liicnn.C, ,", ,n"
: !: Cottage Prayer I Ir.n." ; holier. "f u Hi". r tho home of Ev TWKJA'R' : MONTI Irt; tOf'I'PI..YOIl' "'us I'*4 llllH rill'fl Mil III 1 I I .
Sunday after- !< l-'flTL." fill.. AI'IMSOMMATKI.V : I- rnN'N" fur., ft 'tux ,il'..fil'" I" I I... i ,., '!
.
t : five : ianliint I to UH'MllKlIIAt.tO.NS "I h." troiu. 'ri i KI' iirii. .11., n"i mIMTH -
were pres unit, .VINIIH ..r IXHII. ..". 'Iii .
;/ Ml.: :S! .IMKMKI' ; :!
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I School due to I','j.r. u Oil T"i 4'..ONI..I I ,M To ,'.., I'll"| l 'I'ltl. ''I| I III" (I"IMItM' "M ..tll'lIlii ,,'
.. temperature SI'Kl'IKK'.XTIO.NS':, '' 0'M' t iiMiii14, In u'hli, Ii "it v*. .i
( STlTtTK.' : : KI'KI.: Oil. MI'ST( <' : Kchos" has not NOT 11.\\''': III :'HI9K. yea. I* tit iH.llrtlH P I I'Mt.tnKi .
: for some time !Mil.vicrt' VTKNT;. ,: THAN 'rlinli'ii.'.. <>( I'rupi-iiv' ." I N' '
/ County Tel n 1 pwii CUNT; IiWI'IClII'r,: sii'i,:' <,r HW', si-i." :i. T, .; I it;
I 'urit'ur.tNI: ; '", NTMIIKIlAtrwr aa-K :wi! A< ,ri-H.
to tho Illness of inA: MINIM't I CM oi-1' NllllM' ,.* III Ullilll, IIHH"HH'" ""I 1 I. I'
I : > : She is in the V'I tniiiffAll i
: 43. :AM. l<1'1' ITIK'K.S: :MCMTHU "
f \, I is expected to be : II.\I''<.:IJ ,ON JACK.SONVII,1 lit "...i.1 prr.|,|.|u1' I I.,.l":,14 I
if ."TKKSriXAI: : : ; I'KMMi till County of l Uruudu.r'i l M.II., I ..:
,; : :: March' anyone IM'.L'M KHRKSHT.. 'I.KHS:: UO.N- FL.rl.ln.I'nli'HN, .
: : to send her a card T H,\.CT AIXOWAWI3The \ Mlii-h,. t'tTtlfli'iit. : I... "i, .
I t : it to the Vet .iItI, l llunrd. of Itmicl. 1 Trnn- tlfll'H" tl'M Nllllll, I..' ,l'l>fk. >*.|,ll <'I l ..Ii. JSCREEN.GLAS5JFLEX.O'.PANE
tees remind, the. ,rliiht/ I" ,.,-- COI-clilllt' |I.> ':ow I llf. lirilp'H, I 01', I INi
:: Marion Ind. ..., .. '
oit> or reject anv nr nil. I'ldw. >'rIIseil l I III Hiifh' i' .tlft..II'u' <
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: BOA'III> Oil'' lIONEl THI, K- ..(.' .lIn"I.111 !5,' H.'d' l 'I''" ,",",. I
TliKH r : OK tMTY OfSTAIHCK. IllRllVHt, lll'llllf' Ut I II I,.' ..,H",
Mrs. Wilkin
( Lloyd Kt...HinABY I llOIIHM .lldfir. Oil I tlll> flr l '.| M...".111';,
/ : and :Mrs. Hardy : :MEIII11L.U' UliWAItln" 'III Mi, >,lltll, "Cln",".ill. l''i.' v\hnl, I.I I> .
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Mr. Padgett's City Clerk I lit tin-, "III ,iliiv' ..r .Mm., Ii,. I!",', W11PIIIANBia ON IHI IDOL MIAMI UIUHCIIOH OUtftHtllf
t .. Emma Johns In 2/3 2t :2/10! llllt.ll'..,. tlllM i 1st llllV .l.f 1". Ill' ''-
t ary, loan! ) .
Hospital in "'II, .Mil.r: :* \ | i\iliv I: BUILDERS HARDWARE & SUPPLY
( Springs last :>liOTU': 'ro i>.:I"'D I n..i'k,. "i' i'n., !un 'I" I I
; In I Ironlt. Court, i'riatrI HrinllurU, l ....1'i 'ii" v fc'U.i UJS ::1111) .E. CALL( ST.
'os'.Sp' l-'lnrlilnt, In ('Ieno4'r.,. :! : II' J JPaul's <
: Mrs. Arvil Crews

:: :: Baldwin visited --= -.----- ___ __ n __ _________

grandparents Mr.

; Padgett Sun AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

1 : Mrs. Frank Carter
/:
Padgett visit

brother Irv .
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in St. Vincent's

4 ; : : ( ] Tuesday night. Air ConditioninlIelltin.t'/ 1 1UTO SALY AGE (GARDEN UPPUES I ItiItJSIC

Mrs. Frank Carter I

1 'visited Mr. and RUSS PIKER Auto Salvage i'Johnson & Paris Inc. i LIPHAM MUSIC
Baxley Jr. and Authorized Alrtcvnp ,
: ( rs Inlet Sunday We Buy Wrecked Cats!!! At I Co. Inc.
Heating: &: Air Conditioning1( Complete Line! of I ,

Clay Hill who SHEET METALRtusldential TOP PRICES SEEDSPLANTSFERTILUEKS; : I VAL UP} AMIMANOS :

j Gussie Padgett's CummrrclulIndustrial All Makes Used I : ; !;
& Models ; OKIiA.NS-llKI:; 1 :MS
Middloburg were Parts Ifl'CCtiCiICSPCt' SUPPK i

: Frank Carter, We Guitars and Amplifier
Rent :fertilizer Spreaders'
:: ( .. Padgett :Mrs 5NIes-l 11"Irll"II"I1-S,1'\, Teletype Service-We Will I
2702 N.E. 10th Dr. 224 N.W. 8th Ave. j SHEET' MUSIC(
Find Any Part For Too.
.stt.;!! ; ,Mr. and! Mrs\
I't' Mr. and Mrs. | PHONE 372-0471
Gainesville 372-071-1 Gainesville 376-4312 j Uulni'H lllv shoppingCenter)
'" and He.nry I' Gainesville Fla.
: :, 441. N. Past Stock Yard ,' .1.1I. I 372-5353

"" Mrs. Lamar Tyler AUTO SALES&SEUVICE3arkley I I
\ .
visited Mr. and Beauty Academy ; t I.\HIES WEAR Office) ( Equipment

\ Padgett Sunday. Motors, Inc. II

Mrs. Charles Mos-( POWELL'S Cherry'sGainesVille's Hancock Office

visited Mr\ TRIUMPH EQUIPMENTBm1th.CoronaAUthOr1Zd:

Mosley Sun- FIAT Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable |I

'j S HTLLMAN .* 8DNBEAM I I Address For Ladles Dealer
Mrs. James Crifiis VOLVOWe a Profession In Your I ClaryVI..1orTotallaAddtnlf
Spare Time. Full or I'art Time : DnESSES-SUJT8-COATS
of Lawtey visited Specialize: In Machines. Calculators

\ Robert Carter BALES. : & SERVICE I).IV & KAK.MMi: :: ( CI.ASf.KS:; : MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES SALES .Sw- REIfTALt

Sunday. F-try Trained Mechanic Low Tuition Terms I SAVE TIME: -discuss your requirements

Stanley Wright i.t CLEAN USED CARS I I with tn ""''t.
of Jacksonville 219 N.W. 10th AVe.
528 N. Main St., OalnesvllM1HftTl
ntl M. MAINOalnerriUe 7V (
: University iaine.svilleMOIHIE
and .
Mrs. Henry 'ft. 'III1'
(ollla1e.,lila S7"-37KK;*! I I
;' afternoon. 372-4371

} ::: ; .: Crews and son : HOMES( AINT>> & GLASS!'

; ; : : ( visited the Hiram JEEP CHAIN SAWS _

Sunday* after p1ly.. : of 4 Wheel] Drive MUSTANGMobile Liddell Paint &
t : A.
: ; : cot.t RAMBLER & J. Saw

: ; : :; : : : of Orange & Mower Co. Homes, Inc. Glass Co.
: ; ; Brantley Fountain I America" Finest" Economy Oarale :

I ; :: ;; : : : Inlet were in the i and Serrlc* Joe An4*r
: Sunday after.
; Ridgway Motor Co. ITomclilc Chain Saws Skyline 1 KivicraCflpclla GUM Mirror, Blidln' ttnortt

and daughter o.r r 1UJ M Mainla.Ineavttie SALKR; & SERVICK1'a.rts ; Cavalier. Tub EnclosureS Sh' w"

were visiting Mr'
Rc'pairs A: All Makes
Ixmnlo Padgett re: ( 372-8133 I liuwn. i.iynient u low H.. $1",!" DOOM -' Wlnilwwi. Awnln -

(rntrly Tractor Sulm"
SL'O! N.W. 13lh SL 'III 1 1 1 North i j Carpet" \V-Ulpaiw; Stor. -
S-nlr
Padgett Is home I B & G Motors Co.TADITLACOLDSMOXSILE. A i' (i.unf.iville; l 'iTMolorcyclcsScooterfl-131f1 ; I
weeks stay In 2022 N.R. Blvd. fJ.llnesv'lte'l i front Consultation.;

She and her son I Phone :; 116 N W. 3ixtcer St.

",'. Mr. and,J I BALES & BER VICE I Ju.sf Off WHltlr<' I'.o.vilrONTPETE i : :

Griffis and child. --.(i OAJNESVI1J..E 372--191
P11. Selection; of Used Cae ,
guests of :Mrs. Taken On Cadillao Trades PRODUCTS !!'Streit's Bicycle Shop 1:<(Hn H H HH BBH Bi BHMMBBBnlB

granddaughter am II I'LATI'flOcala:'
I HONDA: :MOTORCYCLES __
: and Mrs. Bobbj Ittl N. W. 13 h. Rt. 441 Cushman it Vtat Scooter
children Satur. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I Chrome
PHONE 376-731S CONCRETE PRODUCTS DucatiRSAZun.spDMotorcyclesSuaIea

ARE THE BEST FRtJIV1 &: 8.. rvkvBCIIVTNN Platinrf, Inc.
spent
Sunday P '!
HTCYCUS:: Copper. Nlcrel. Chromlnm
Carter. '
Carter and Pinna Performance Edwards BuildingSupply : Locksmith! & Safe W.rkI Cadmium. Metal] Finishing

son I I CIS W. (.'nhnafty ATA.MOTOIJCYCLES .
in Green j custom< Buffing
Cove SAAB Inc. .
\ \ ? O.ln."III. 0.7It" I
) her daughter I .j ANTIQUE CLE.\:>aNOI
t :! !!!\ \! \! :! !!\ Mr. and 'Mrs SALES AXI1 SF.KVICK: TiS s; 3fain372.43oArEsvILLE. : I SILVER. BP.AS3. COPPER
(
I
: CLEAN USED CARS : FLA II -I I Industrial Hard Chrome

:: I TIlECYCLE i I 1536 NE 2nd Ave., Ocala
1031 S. Main.(
Gainesville
: SHOP Dial 29661WILLIAMS"
., FOR BIOS! fr..JoCTIUC1Tons: : : ( _
"" wilt 'i 1",, recoH.-c I Phone 378-2139 I
I ., of non-1 Truitro* ELECTRIC ; NORTON BULTACO i SHXS(;
.of starkv. .Florida.. _
u DUCATI BRIDGESTONKi / ) :! :
< |In "aiMiM.' .. Florida' I
: : KM. on Tn.A' Tropical Pontiac Motor Repair Co. :-\i o T fa i It V Y C: i. I K; :s
;: I. less wt "'hloh Of (iirines\llli, '. Inc.Itepniring i
1 Neon Inc.
(I ....' nil 1 bliM "i-o-fix Inc. Signs,
("ml.I.t| 5. Crt is's' A I I'nrtn.
publicly opened. and "'
,t Rewinding hSIIt" I'P With \\IlIiatni'.
on tie foMonlnv: New: & U.ned niarhlncs In atoik
A TWKI.VI.: ; TRUCK: OMC CENI'RPONTIAC : New and Used, I PLASTICNEON: SIGNS
Easy' Financing Terms
HL'I'l't.Y OK! 13.UOO I!, SalesService Maintenance; (: !
/ I'OU.VI; I (> (.:. UOKIi( fi a.\I .\ST.Jt.: ; Available Erections Alterations
; : ':. l.V 8 I TON:
1 !: AND BAI-AXCt.: 220 N.W. 8th Ave. GaineavilU lOBO S. Main Gainesville 3JI N.U. 8Hi Ae. "Your lIe) llinl: or Ours"

!) C\'LINI'JoI: I ti U:. Phone 372-8318 Gainesville 373-3660 2720 N'.E. 20th Way

:, :: ( : : : TO ST.lKJ::. 13-1583 -I I Gulnesville

) city, :MOVERS II.."" 3T2-6006 NItes 376-5W!) \
r..r\ tin- FAK.M: I iI i
EQLTII15.IEN'I'I
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or reject any CRANEL1NCOLNMEIUI I
I. ; Long Distance Moving TILES & PAINT
of ... Santa Fe Tractor I
81A rk }o"I.I .. EDWAHDH. : ; : RY I [ Local Drayage
City Clerk Inc.
:! Authorized Sales & Service. Tenney Tile & Paint
t..rllge J'ac'klnjCrating, I
5O6 E.
University Oulnesvllle 'F
i1] o R I n
: NAMK1: OP VEIl Phone 1Crane's JOHNS-MANVILLE: TILK':
)\ .% |*," 'ro UK: Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord Shipping

: ,OK ABANDOMSD; Imports Industrial Machinery II 1 1LANDROVKR FREE ESTIMATES:\ CALLHILL'S Vinyl Vinyl Aabestos-Aaphalt

Section 13 of Chap I Hour Finishing ProilurMi

DU.po.Hlon' of FIAT-HILLMAN SALES. PARTS SERVICE II I Floor Machines( Gym Finish
&
J Fropvrty Act, no Storage Inc.
Jrl..en that the 4133 i
N.W. Sixth
.. .. __ __ he tba ouncrj u( ui.laiun.il 370-23IS:: I
I Ci.sU1c.\llllti ..j';-71: li.slneolllid J7i-flUi: :

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I !I 'I Indians Meet I Indians Win CALENDAROf

II I Congo Matthews Clay County I Events

KEYSTONE I Is Speaker At Historical Group Trenton, Branford !' 67-48 Over

This Weekend i Thursday. Feb. 10-' Clay
Keystone RotaryA Meets ThursdayThe County Historical Society. 7:30:

'p''I K"\> --'0111'( meets two ol j op- j i Newberry p. m. Woman's Club. Green
plea In behalf of "tl: HIGHLIGHTS !poiii'iithis/ : weekend' In i ii II Cove Springs. Speaker. MI'''.
I'liutlon" In the fc el'.11 KOVcrnment \ ins of th;! Clay County Historical I The tired up l Keystone differs !-
i ai'.e te.M\ to be played at :M.'l Dena Snodsra.s.i fQrmer Florida -
was ni.ukby Congressman I Society is being held I ambushed mi iin.suspectiiiK -
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lo Historical Society president
By Emily Thomas Billy Matthews In I I tonight I Thursday I I at 7:30: p.'m. eOn FI thy! night t the Iivdlans I \ \ Newborry team Friday .
44 a speech before the Keystone I II' in theVoman's Club of I night 6718.
(clash with TieiHonSnturciiiy : Feb. 1 11 Rotary Club luncheon -
I Phones>> Heights Rotary Club last Green Cove Splln s. I Gary, Cooper with 30 points
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'I'I'j night's contest! 1 meeting. Noon. Programon
I' Mrs. Dens Snodgrass. of l led l the Indian war party that:
day.He with Bianford. Uolh are Su- "Oiir Maatazlne-Adventure:l :.
Day 473-1666 Nite 1731589NOVEL Ha Id that due to
( warand Jacksonville, former presidentof l'nllt.'lI the mirprlneil'1 Newberry -
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Conferenci4nmei
\\'lInnet''lllll'Y in Friendship.
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R threats of Inflation all ; Florida Historical Society; L. ; tillers by a 19 point mar-
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a. --" < Tuesday! Feb. 13-Keystone
[ I'\U iIE. : with Mrs. Charles Capers receiving proposals fur new upi-nding. as well as the Jacksonville The Indians hnve plnyec! Kin. Indlnn Stefan Brokas as-, Women Oolf Association
Install OfficersNew
should be carefully screened: Historical In which Extension Homemakers
low prize. MUs Mari Society .xlstcd: with It points.
i :Mrs: 11. I. Stt'ves v.as th I I both le.ims eiirlier this sen guest day at Starke Country
lyn Bridges:! assisted heimother. and a determined stand made she is still aclll'e.111 be the ;: Kpyntone! racked up a 13
honoree! at a 'Get-Well Pal- .son.) Trenton ripped" Keystone, Club, 9:30: a. m.
chairman
who presented a me- against unnecessary or margr- featured speaker.In officers l ienni.' > in ol Mlddlebuiu< as I )point lend, thnt went unclial-
!ty' given by :Mrs. Roy Bridge: ((57-51.1 and Brnnford dumoeti( Wednesday. Feb. 16 -Keystone
I mento of the occasion to Mrs, inal spending: her talk Mrs. Snodgrass a tailed by the ClC ".'11Val :i ou"> club xroups vol..nxtenslon IvngiHl! throughout the second
at her home last Thursda the Indians 70-57 In their last Men's Oolf Assn. guest
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,. Stevens and Mrs. Husband. "Citizens should actively \\ill discuss the matter of the I: Homcmake!: 1 111te"1" .' | in assist half of the game.
Afternoon. Th dessert budgecara'La create an' atmosphere of left I Mi The ouncll voted to prepare! caue meet. day at Stttrke Country Club.
Another unusual getto.KCther public 1 local group: becoming Incorpoiated. c 11 were I from i Terrell Bass waR high man
party: featured a valentine opinion which will encourage Council UI'l"tl1, cole slaw for the annualate The haixlwood al'tloltill.-. 2:00: p. nl.Thursday..
was held last Saturday the necessity of asponsor .]ohn Payton. for Newberry with 17 points:
motif in the d'cora I weekend could see the scnlpbiilnnced. Feb. 17 -Wornen's -
thl'. e courses of action :.> Wilke.s."reasurer HEA dinner in Keystone
night when newly weds Mr. I and the manner In : Mrs. Oertru. supported by Gene Snndiea! :
tlons and table appointment: The Indians har'been Oolf A-ssn. regular meet-
and Mrs. Tom Crawford were Rep. Matthews smd. which a Clay County historIcal : Mrs W. E. T\ ii'. Heights onlarch: 24. TheSprlnw with 10.FI'I.IY.
and Included neighbors 0! I playing better ball as the in;?. 9:30: a. m. Alken and
In a preamble to his talk : .. Fi'iink Tour will be held
surprised with a "Chlvaree' commission can be establish .11'., SE''retaI'Y11': \! night's victory give:
:Mis. Stevvns'. High: brldgwlnnert \ I season has progressed. Theme Parks Trophies match play.
the congressman commended: Vice PresidentVednesday. March 2. at the
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at their home on Lake Brook'lyn. I tarrlngton.( the Indiana a S-ft/ record so
\\a.11'0Ilbl'l: : Hus the people of Keystone Memorial. I hnve been setbacks: but overall PTA meeting: 7:30: p. m. Key-
Heightson Welland Short.resident. Stephen Foster
Organized by Mr. and Announcement will be madeof r nd Mrs. fur this sen son. '
of the hanorec: Coach Kirtley's boys have stone School lunchroom. Val-
band. sbt'
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the growth of their community Club members will be notified
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:Mrs. Quincy Gardner, the an organizational\ committee I I 1 KBYHTONRCooper.;: 11-
with :\11' Edward Maser. lobridge \v, improved !since the losses tc entine J program by Mrs Florence -
and his
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guests took gifts and refreshments pledged continued and nominating committee The Installation service! WBDnducted I of definite plans. Z.JOof.: ; : Brokna. 2-0-4: S.
High canast i L Branford and Trenton earlieiIn I Harris' second grade.
winner !
to the 01the
I support progressof chairman. by Mrs. Margaret i ielson. A report was made Brokas. 6-2-H Thies, 4-0-8
,.. to:>> the honorees after C ; : :
John Himblc I the season. Friday. Feb. IS-Ladles' 9-
wbmer Mrs.
was what he tel'ml'.c"I\ he extension' Bazaar, -whichproved
very Christmas :
Clay County 3-1-7
which the group; went to the Moon) ; Osteen. 2-0-4;
The Indians into this Hole Golf-A-Round Assn.
Blue Pines for dancing. Included heart of the REA program in i Wm. C. McCrary ome economics agent, a.s- ; to bt the most successful no TOTA LS;. 31.3.67.NFWSERRY .
the Southland." stand \\'l''kl'nd'slames/ with a week'sm'est meet. 9 a. m. coffee 9:30: a.
sted by Mrs. DDnllDurrll.. on record from the -- Bii.-H JS-7-
in the Mr I ,
were
KEYSTONEDriveIn party "Our :Magazine An Adventure I Funeral Services following: n hot play victory 'm.. play. Golden\ Hills Country -
and Mrs. Ernie Tomes, Mr. sslstant ngcMH.The point of ]profit.A 17; Davis 3-2-8' ; Oetzen. 3-2-
I over Newberry last Fri Club. Ocala.Saturday. .
In Friendship. I tiled voted to preparel I I delicious covered dish )1' n. Sanchez. 4-2-10 J. Sanchez
Theatrw and Mis. Roy Cook, Mr. and 'Held Monday group ; ; Feb. 19Annual
Mrs. Wayne Henderson. Oil] program will be presented at a id: serve dinner at the an- luncheon was enjoyed by the I day.Both .:..1.0TOTALS; 17--14V 'PWicikc'
this weekend' "Slipper 5:30 to 7:30
games : :
the club's luncheon
'J meeting 0 "ual 4-11 Awards\ banquet to. uroup with the Keystone 18.
Fri. Sat.-F'eb. 11, 12 Paredes Mr. and Mrs. lm >
this Friday by .lo\! Thics and i funeral services lor lormerKeystone Park should be. hotlv contested and: p. m. :Masonic Hall. Sponsoredby
F.b 17 Heights an.1! orange
Double) "Feature. Allen and Mr. an.:} Mrs Charles. Hutchinaon. It will resident. William C. e held Thursday. : well played. Keystone's additional St. Anne's Men of the
clubs hostesses.NEWS .
SITUATIONHOPELESS George Schaeffer. show the impact Unit the McCrary. St... Lieutenant, USNi ,Ith Mrs. Maybelle Maiuunu ns I experience plus a veekto Woman's Club Church

LUll: NEWS club's publication "The Ro- i I I Ret.I were held :Monday at I get ready could be the de-

The Keystone Woman's tarlnn," and the. Spanish edi 1 4 p. m. at the Hardnut. ft Sons GolfActivities cidlnz factors. Both opponents Events PostponedThe

Club added 17 ligustnun lion. "Revlsta. RotnrU" have 1 Blanding; Blvd. Funeral Home Keystone are tough< and both have, well itlally slated for Feb. 8. which

But Not Serious plants last week to the beau- on people in countries mound I with Rev. Chaplain Veltman.US NOTES seasoned veteran players on Keystone Woman's will be presented at the
of Lawrence Blvd.in I !*. officiating.Lt. Club card party and camellia
tificatlon their
\\ith Alec (Guinness the woild. teams. luncheon on Feb. 22. to be
the business section of I McCrary. who moved to fly helen, Kuan: : I The Keystone Women's Branford and Trenton played carnival has been postponedfrom held at the Masonic Hall at
Plus --- Also slated for plantingIn Keystone In 1949 followIng his last Feb. 14 to Feb. 28, due
town Oolf Association met each other lu.st weekend 12:30: p. m.
THE SKULLNew the near future are several Ii ers. Belated credit:: is nlven! to II retirement from the Navy. Thursday lor nine holes of and:! Trenton edged Branford to a conflict In schedule It

crepe myrtles which bear Mrs. Roy Bridges who provided purchased! the former home of Connnunitv& Church play:\ with luncheon following by one point to claim a revenge will be held at 1 p. m. in the THE MIGHT faint f.v MM

Height! in Frii-ht cones of lovely rose-pink flow- invaluable. assistance in the late State Treasurer J. : About 60 members and at the home of Mrs. R. L.. victory 38-57. Masonic Hall. war ?.. writ' *. c.> .. tm Lad

,j the civic Improvement project Ed Larson and resided here I \quests enjoyed the annual Walker. Also rescheduled was thepro Mlect. yvar favarlU KATKM-

and to Mrs. Fremont Tolles. for several years, after which luncheon at Park-of-thO' Winners of the morning A Clusiiirieil Ad In the TIXK: :
who recited; Joyce Kilmer's he moved to Jacksonville. Palms on Feburury 2. Featured event were Mis. E. P. Menzen. I CKAPII brings results. Game Warden J. Metoalf InWE .

"Trees" at the Arbor Day. pro- where he died Saturday aftera I speaker was Rev. Win with a now net of 36. and .
OF CLAY COUNTYDid in which brief illness. Harding. missionary to th
VOTERS gram a manner !Mrs.! Al Watson second with
deeply Impressed all thos. I in He was born at Sanders- Sudan Interior Mission) for I a 37. There were 22 partici!

attendance. The club has ordered ville. Oa.. was\ a member of the past 11 'elU's. Precedinghis / pants. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

You Accept This Political Promise copies of the pam;>hlet. the Chamberlain Lodge 913. talk, R. H. S'hneber'lel'played I I I At the luncheon two members

"Eight Ways to Help Combat KiiiKsville. Texas: the Retired two violin solos i':> of the Ladies', Nine Hole

Published March 19, 1964 at Face Communism." for dIstribution Officers ASMI. : and was a veteran companied at the piano byMrs. I Oolf-A-Round Associationfr DIRECTORY

to persons in this area, as a of World War II. : Henry Fluggn. I Golden Hills Country

Value? result of the interesting talk Surviving him are his wife. Circle chairmcMi reporlej on Club In Ocala explained the

on "Democracy vs. Commu- Mildred McCrary.: of Jacksonville ( mcetliiH/ places for Feb. 21 as rule-; of the newly formed ---- --- --

nism" given by Keystone I : a SOflVtllharn: C follows: :Mrs Norwood's Cir I\I'.->(IIP. \\'hl1will hold Its \PPMANCES .,arro) SKRVICE Electrical; Sale & Service
School Instructor J. A. Jackson I McCrary. JI' of Chapel Hill cle at 1 ::30 \with\ Mrs. S. E.. first meeting- Feb. 18 at \\1
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,-- THE: PIMPLY last month who Included I N. C : and:! a brother. J.imet Kennedy: Mrs. Davis' Circla: .. the Golden HUH Club. Coffee T V Service Center \ KING'S Yeoman's Electrical
il-so at 1 1:30 with A A.
Mrs.
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portions of the pam hlt In J. McCrary. of Norfolk. Va. and donuts will be served nt
BOUNTY his talk In the panel on "Civic I Brnll1l'rd11: ,; Dodd's circle I 9) a. rn., with tee-off time !set i. It. TII1ES Proprietor Service Station Sales & Service

Responsibility. Lakes and 22 at 1 1:30:: with Mrs. Julia: for the nine Aathorlzed Motorola I
Pancake SupperSet i for 9:30: a m. 0' FrIgidaire Appliances
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$ .l Easements" held:! by the club Hutchinson: ::\lrs. Mickle't holes of play. Luncheon' will Bales and Service C 5 USED CARS Maytag. Washers

on Jan. :25, Mrs H. L Sutton For Feb. 19 circle meets on the 21st at be served at the round's end Service On All M..kXV PhilCO\\ C 3 GENERAL REPAIRING Zenith and Motorola TV
I ::30 with Mrs.\ John Bird:: An Invitation was iccelved SlfRler Heaters

) (Contlt.ued On Next Pagel] The annual pancake supper Mrs. Schroeder'H circle at 1 ::30(I \ from the Falutka WOA to ar : RADIO STEILEO I C 1 ELECTKIC it'16 AC TY- F. O. Kn1"" Melru

I ,' sponsored by the Men of St. with Mis. J.inet Haynci: Mrs' 18-hole full handicap tournament (COLOIl: TV LEN'E WELDING Phone; '4'3231IhOME ''
) : II Annr'! Episcopal Church Is Howe's circle meets at 9:31: i Feb '
r r.. "lated for Saturday. Feb. 19. a. m. with :Mrs. J. A. Wllllnms. ., and luncheon on I Work Guaranteed.-TV Rentals (3 TEXACO PRODUCTS REIA1RWant;
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UNDER 1 from 5 30-7 30 p. m. nt the Evening elides: IViuht- 24.A new member. Mrs. A. L.. Knvntune Il..lght". 47.1-4A.il: MK'I.KOSK.: 473-3131 -

: II Masonic Hall.Advance intrudes meet nt 7:45: with Mrs, I Tolfoid. was Introduced to the Paneling?

H way IK| ttw In ticket. sales will be Roy Bridges. mid H(>bt'clIs at I group; as were guests. Mrs. I YES-We Have MELROSEAuto Need Shelving??

: handled by Men of the Church 8 o'clock with Mrs. Frank I Arthur Keller and Miss Mary Doors Need Fixing?

that whM t r nipl.t* l members I'net Donald McRaJ. linen/ and co-hostess.. Mis. J. I Frances Havne, Trophies I I RCA COLOR T-V Service CALL:

Senior Wal den who Is chairman E Bonner. I were presented to last month's Itlrliaril .Imiei." Prop. KEYSTONEHome
I of the jiff air.. Board of Stewards will me M II I loumiimeiu t winners I ((1 Yr. Service on Color)

The menu Includes pancake Monday. Feb. 14. at 7:30: 1'. 'nI:4lei'lr TIIIKI: I'I'E'lsStUio: Waaliers Dryer Kefriserators Conner Owner J. L. Motors Repair

and all the trimmings. NHUSaue. : Star: Keystone pro Les Stephenson T-V. :MacclennyGeneral: & Improvement f ServiceP. ;

r cfc *loi myywtrii (coffc or milk! arid will The OES Chapter will hoi and his team from the Repairs O. Box; 12

l p.blt* be prepared and served bv Flection uf officers for th''ornhilt local club tl.'d for third place AT DISCOUNT) PRICKS{ KevHtone Height Fla.

membt'l' of the church Rroup. '! year on Feb. 15. In- In the Ironwood Club Menu | 4 New &' : Used Pints( ;
.ftallatlon of th> new officer Invitational 3-ln-l tourney Wheeler Discount Phone 47.1-17.15:}
4, Standard Oil ProductsMK1.RO.SK A Oneral; Contractor Sp''-
I I''will be held Saturday evening\ Friday
.'<& MURRHEE, SR.jffcQtfarij 'I Miiich! 5:> In the chapter( ) room helj Gainesville last Thursday arid APPLIANCE. : STOKE ttt..nr-lng In the S.MALJ.
Ri'tliinWorthy MatijrEdytlu' : ;\ in / : : John for the (,Contenlen

: COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT fOVR ( Highway 21 Between -, ._, ... ....
Nicholson( and Woith; j -- .. a ... .- -..4. S.. .. She.Jiemsesaasoer.
7010-05
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(FA r tAd .J 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAINDIAN :Meh' se CAnS and
Patron Aw.ie Williams will bi! tlSI':!) Serving Clay

See I hoiiond at their last oft ic'ia :Mplnixn. $11-2; tilt( Hrnriford". Counties'

llt'NTLKY.; KE1M'i.VKJr.: O666MURRHEE I nii'ctiim 011 I :Maich{ I. BEACH I HAVE GOOD .

/ I ;AUTO, REI'Am (Used Cars' and TrucksAt ,.; :JURSKUY

WE DID your Gulf LifeRcprcsenfalii .aAAA5MELROSE...........................,
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(Lake Santa Fe) Goetzman Bros. Saving Friar.IVelI I D.C.Carnes Nursery

iind Miipporlerl, ..h'nl1inJ4Iurrhee!' : in hi* cAsk I Alii Jack: F. !nllller Sr.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4. Garage irt It for You Hiwav Miles 1<\0.MR Flor of "Stark h'>m ---2I

"Mirressfiil race for Slit-riff. "'e did not forseea Gulf Life I If We Don't have It Nnrfwiry. Stock' Thousands

political! dynasty: in the making. 'Inturonce him policy how one with Adopt-A- I Bv Sully I I ICnllili.l tamer'YVyVVVV1V"VVVVVVYVV REPAIR WORKlfOTOR .of PlanU Jf Fruit

Plon con protect your home. It sun ely seems like we have: PAINTINCPORTABLE Vernon Buff Garage Trees to choo** from. Nic-

provide family irxerre" add Insurance Agency been a busy neighborhood; BOOT Shade Trees, vergr..ne
retirement t WKLDINQAlio h Hwy. 100 Keystone II*'". Plants. All In
income to your Several of we Landscape
NKUXWml'l ,ince last week. /
children (ciirncii
OUR LOYALTY fund or help .end your General Insurance dweller took 473- 4570HJTO containers plant any
to college. # ] 1),1of\ i> Hnyer will be Indian Beach 1.A"n \iowersfltitboitriIMotora Camellia A: azalea
i '!Ii! .it tin-, fcpi-.cip.il:; Church In the State Fair In Trumps' i I ; time. .
l7i-IHII: : FlltF CASUALTY! : M\: Let do yourand..p.ap'IIr.
1'honc us!!!
\1urrhee.:1':: in past: years! wa 4 \ 5 at 2 the weekend and severalothers SERVICEHENDERSON'S
to <>. J. Bbs (dhiKeydone KINK I: ,\I'TO-lln"iU'J!' Ins \I' prompted( by: a belief that his promises wen., Height..' l'l.I Keystone Height 473-17M I ) m 'I 1 he t II-KIIRI! I monthly mad{ I It to the County in Hwy 21 Drive-la l Keystone Theatre/

made in good faith. \ :inertiiij" flf> till! EplHfOnl| Commissioners meeting Next to I'ACKACiK; (: : STOUK
-IIUU-IHSOIII'' I ii I ol Trinity Sluike on Tuesday. Plionn 173.31111:< !

"imrch In :\1t'1:-"",!' wa-, held at Mr! and Mrs. James Rob-1 I Nites. A Sun. 4V3-3H3, :)_ Service Center THE BLUE PINES

'.!!"< Cecil IIo.-k( lioiin1 Feb. bins acted as chaperons for ;I, Standard OU Product

t VOTERS OF CLAY COUNTY I Thenwei(-, 13: pit-sent. A their sons Billy and Gary I Anlo Sales & ericeAuthOl'iAld ROAD SF.KVICK Package Store &
Billy
eport' WH.S marl of I lie recent Webber 011 Saturday. Johnson Outboard COCKTAIL LOUNGE

innual I Epi.ripiil" I Convention slId Gary were some of the | Sales &: Service Open 9 AM.12 P. M. Except
for these
Did)) you support,. O. Murrhee: Sr. I who took tinFair Dealer For
A Rumnave FutUl Farmers Sunday
11e1d In Jackiullle.' )(\ Fishing Tiu-klA HiintlncKiiilMii
same rerrsunIlk, : assertion" that he was!! \( Sale will be held at In. A* it was Future i Chrysler Plymouth VallcnSimra :'| | ..nt-Boat*--Trailer* 4 "MILK* KAHT OF

\ ready for a younger person to take over for I| Trinity Palish House SaWI'I Farmer clay at the Fair two :I International Harvoster FUEL: OTlrKF.R.OS1NIIIntersection KKVSTONK' HEIGHTS\

progress in the count)." were well made and I I lay March 26 fmm 9:00: a. m.I car loads of Billy Dumpier's Trucks.( Scout 4-Whee Hwy 21100iCevirtone

we ajiree. : to 1 ::00 p m. Plans un-ier! dls- I Ag Class members made this I Drive.Clayton HHghtx 473-49OT ONE-HALF MILEOFF ;

; 'us. lon: 1 --Bi'liotr/ } and Book trip Jerry Mu.lcho; liveson RevelsChryslerPlymouth HIGHWAY; 301

I j Review .somelim'I luring the \ the east shore was in the I USED CARS 359 Acres three-fourths'"

I 'alter part of :Murch.( 2-Mus- group also. Jim arid :Margaret' I cleared: 5-room house!' out

\ That Younger Man In Our He's Within Easy Reach i Icnlp sometime In/ April. : report they had a good time. I i.'NOIsI1' buildings. Some repair
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"Liscic-''n.n .S....,,.1.., h fl'* .n. luncheon- ... ... -. illMettuill.t ---I I Ii I They had lunch la town anatook Hanks Used Cars needed. (;iuod! farming and
IsROY
Opinion Educational Busch Gardens In while I'NDKKSKI.I.S: :
Mail (
When You Bank By i i ulldll1:1 hi' :. next Wi-dnesd.iy. the voimi'slers attended the fl.AVTO.S KtVEI.S": and 3-T ShopBuy cattle land. $137.50;; per ac

From you to one of our tellers, deposits I Feb.! 0. The Wom'Mi'.s Society! Kuir. I know Jim especially
TYREA when I >f Chustian/ s, I tire will meet enjoyed this trip; for he was 1031)) ) N. Oranirirern Sell Trade re.S.E.McKay, Realtor
the carefree v
to say
the
tfo shift at
It 9:45: a m Tli- 1J1'Ol'a1l.vIII! on the inldnlKlit! ( Cove Sprliu 2141.111111 I Hi way 100. 9 ml. South KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
you "bank" at your nearest mailbox. '.'atnr( e I hi', observance. of the I Naval Base In Jacksonvilleand of 8t rkBKAUTV Phone 473-111:
of the Wom du riot* \met home until
lmnkJiymai.1forms
for free !5th Annuevsmv/ I
SlTCESSFri. lU'SINESS{ : : .\:'\ OFKKYSTOXE Just see us
left
time an's Socletv of Christian' BevYIce. one a. III.lId[ the group Auto Sales & Service SHOP RESTAURANTSBeiciler's;!;
envelopes sate '
and
I boys I.,
will be Mri. Melrose by five a. m. The
Guest Hpeaki-r :
; ; HEIGHTSSigned (; 1
and stel)' Q J. Hays who Is DUtriot had various duties to I II KEYSTONEBEAUTY Holiday
Treasurer anrl nl-.o' President perform at the opening activities SPRING MOTORSComplete I
flank regularly in your savings account. Sec your of the FIt' Methodist! Church I at nine o'clock. II i SHOP Restaurant ,
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( :: ) money grow faster. Woman's Society of Christian I On !Sunday afternoon, the I'/' Service & Parta ForVOLKSWAGEN Edith John-ton. Owner Vnder New P\RF.D OwY.hl'OIL 'JFine

Gainesville I. All ladies Robbing had guests from Personal ..
Service I : ...
I' ric\ .
Moderately
Everett Fox -:- C. E. MitchellW. are cordially( invited to I Jacksonville. An old Navy &: CreativeHair rood DATS WTCTOa..T
OPEN T
KEYSTONE STATE BANK attend. buddy whom Jim has kept in I "If It'a For A VolkswagenWe Styling Full Dlnn.rAU f..imea.e -

L. Smith, Jr. The BPhu Tyler Circle will touch with since their retirements Have It." Individual Bfaiitr, Care C.'..*>Itallun Yrsn4e.

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Ha. meet in tire Educational I brought; his family' Always Plenty of Good Used Every; Form of Beauty Culture I PIZZA PIES
Building: ; Wednesday at 7:30p. : down. They are Mr. and Mrs. Open Tuefl.-Sat. 0-5; cm:
Bank In Your Friendly) Volkswagens\: In Stock
"Your Friendly m. Kenneth Vincent and three Closedrv Monday I B1clt N-r.hfJT3T .f 4 tA'ti

lf.1 I Pol. Adv.) Community." I, Ellis Flvniis: of 'the Sonthein ;i daughter, Dnnnii, TercMajOu fPer.; I'..., 'rd.. t.C.a'1 I % ".rr.. !!-4r"! -.. "7::!. !! ..9 '''.Tf>*."!1 !Oc.r!'
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JM..K. TWKLVK RKAUFOBO COUNTY TKIKOU/\ril.. ..AB.... FLOKIDA TI1IKSI),'V. "FKII. 10, ,HHiil$.

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soon. Fomby of Okahumpka .[near Chamber but "hats off" to a 1 T to 14 at the half 27 to 26 victory number one. Eddie clenny was known as Darbvvllle. -

.. KEYSTONE Former Melrose resident Leesburgl, spent Tuesday visIting game Register Oil team for ut end of 3rd quarter, but in Douglas wag high for the night .

/ and friend of many Keyston- with her. RECREATION NEWS\ lighting an uphill battle and thai. flnal period Tcrwlllegar and led his team with 26

$ HILITES era! Mrs William R. Camp- Pat and Dolly Ann Ollsson winning; in the end. David Mo- oiitgeorcii them 10 to 6 tn) take points while Robert Powell MITM: TO I>IIMSJ : |: _

bell, is in a hospital on Long of Falls Church Va. spent ; Knight led. all scorers with 18 the victory. Harry Hatcher. had II for tho losers |' ('lull I IT' fill HI-, 1I1C l CI|,,

Island where she had recently last week with Mr. and Mrs. and Archie Thomas pitched In was high, for Terwillegur with Scoiln Summary: "KOIIII Ciii \'I' Kl.nilllit,
iCont. from preemHnu Pasrel none to make her home. Bunyon Kelly. Melanie accompanied ( IrIs Pigtail U''HI.tI I f points to puce Gem whlltI C with 13. Tommy Talley and 11 points) while Steve Tilley Hurst Shell 4 15 31 9 :39 .IN Ctl.1"%\ ('FJtV.
harry K Tuylurrhilniirr
,. s E McKay. John Bird and It is good to hear that Gloria her parents back LeagueIn I I Keith Thomas had 6 for thi C Joe Belote hud 10 each for was high for the losers with H. C. Wall 10 10 79 36 ,
I the of the .
Roy Watkins discussed Information Murrhee I Mrs. Richard] Is home. She had been ,visiting season: opener 1 108erH. the losers. 22. Standings (won-lont) : Terwlllegar. vs.Lu'ItI'.

,. about the Keystone back home from the University her grandparents since the OlrlH Pigtail Basketball League Scoring Summary: Scoring, Summary: Scoring Summary. : 4-1 ; Rhodon's 3-2; TuylurO ,
; Medical Center and doing 23rd of January.Mr. Williams Jewelry pacedby I Oem 0 2 6 10 21 Cord 9 11 4 4 4 33Register Terwiliegar 7 10 10 10 37hotlen's Wall. 2-3; Hurst, 1.... '*''H1I1nt.
the potentialth
nil a""including\ Jan Ritch' who scored 28 200 3 11 L MH-II'K: 'I'O .\ri'IO\H
Andrews 4 11 6 7 I 3 34 6 8 12 6 32 Schedule
R
well. for next week:
"I i the lakes with regard to and Mrs.!! Philip Kro- downed Starke Hard- Its j ToI.nillli. .. Tiiylur" !'ita!):I x \v .
Canova won I
( 1 iime. residents. and the 1m- lIONS: NEWS mers weekend guests was Mr. points 38 to 23. The Greenlud, I Pharmacy loss 0// Standings/ ( won-lost) : Southern ) The flnnl game of the evening Man., Feb. 14- Rhoden's vs '. loath Strt-Ht :Miami I"I"r.ls,,
I
ware 2nd one
P< of the water In the Sight conservation chair- IIn..! Mrs./! George Sargent of victory against Discount 2-0; Bradford was even more exciting; Wall, 7 p.m. Hurst vs Terwil- > nii' lire h."loy, ), riii ItI.I i| t ta .I"t,
!1")1) )'] tnncc Jewelry team IU1. must of the I while handing him) lurkKoch's : null fur I hi' .
th man George Schaeffer reports Penn. I / Barber 2-1; C of C 1-1; Regt the first one with Hurst legur, 8:15: p.m. vonIIIIK l I.,. ,,
lake to I the city and I state. Aba BrynMaur. I second rile Ufntnrt' ,.
d.'imnRe in the $ perlud Drugs its 3rd conseculivo 0" I yuu hi thi' ill "(..
w ,l1'115SI011 was held of thee that the Lions Club light bulb Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox of'I to Carol I iHter. 1 1-2: I.iiwt" Shell winning for the first These games will end the liii tnit (-oiirt, lint. "'''III.,i. ,
and went on victory. logs. Foul shots played a / u .1|
1.1" easements which had sale last week was highly successful / Salt Sprlnns! 1I;>f'nt last Wednesday i Reddish with 13 emil Shei'ytt'neI o'f this Schedule for this week time whllp handing) I big part in the scoring P't'i.. Feb. 1 11 s.-y vs Its 3rd consecutiVe nctback. I : eoiiy' ".r y". '"' nngwr' ",i' |1.1.| ,,
donations "i.
and that several their
In tho ; visiting with son single elimination< tournament,
lost the city (! : ,
bion by with 7 ac"oimte't for game n" the Koch boys gaveCanova Ititf to tht* oitmitlitlnt, ,,p pi'laIntitf's n ,.
have been made to and Mr and 1 Mrs. Cnrl Register R p.m This game saw Wall move out will ti
wife. begin .
ii.i.t and those the city nowowns the losers points. Susan Scog- players 1 1M foul shit) I Tuesday night Feb A't I u i I' 'ii' < yIsoC&C" ii. ?
at which they do not uLshlu the Florida Foundation. "Mutt" Cox. Carl's brother : gins pitchej III 10 LO i.c-ip ., which definitely proved a factor Snt., l Fob. 12 Southern early In front of Hurst and 22 ( II. !'Inr,',. P. "> I lin, r
TI This Is National Boy Scout and wife. Jlmbo> end ("tn"v I Discount vs C of C 10 a.m. showed every indication of being TEEN: TIME I loan, aturko. Klnrlilil unit r r.,,.
w tThe t Week Scouting's56th Salt their hams Jewelry. In the win. Canova hud a Mvn'x City lS'lOl'l'l' hall li-UK", f a one-Hided bout but the the orllcl nil I In. I tln> rri. c ,.I r
observing Cox of Springswere
looked Rug Club. Scoring: Summitry: 19-10 lead at the half time In- Teen Time will be held Saturday the\ C'lerk nf .Inn ('In.ult I'm"
Of In the highest scoring ga.meot j tables turned and Hurst came inn
niprised) of Keystone and anniversary. weekend tuie.stx Williams, S 12:. 8 10 38 mission' and l Koch's was unable night. Feb. 12, from 1to ) or lifforn i lli I"* I lit I h .hiv i
8 Boy Scout Troop 1051m Evelyn Thlgpen of Palntka the season Garden Reatnui i In strong nt the nslsh.: The Kc-hruary.' I!lflll; iitli,i <.|-\M,Is. ,,..
.. Oi.uewllle; women met last'Jhui..cinv t Starke Hiw 6 :23. I 9 23 to overcome thin. lead us' 11 p.m. for all Junior High L "n
observe Scout Sunday by attending brouaht her parents! Mr. and I l rant won Its fourth victoryngiilnst l last quarter of the game was llllCKIItlOllX. lit Hliill '',1,11111'i,,'.I.. |
; at the home of one Stiirke Builders find Connerinsurance Canova outworcd them 13-11 defeat by School students. Come on I will he taken IIH ,'.,,iir.'. ,..
.1|
hj services at the First :Mrs B. AT\ Casoii to Melrose only one especially enjoyable to the
:Mrs. A. C. I te'ima' opened I their : Chit- down .
II: its members la the nnnl hnlf. Kenny 73 play games, ping-pong, you
ClM! if >li on Lake Geneva. Them Bupti.st Church. Scoutmaster Tuesday! for a \islt with their | season! with the BiiiklerH gain- und Johnny Powell! once'' walloping the Guard tenm spectators as the game nee- or dance to the Juke box Thin null".'* "hull, I In'' 1,1, :,., ,)
: Steve Moore asks that all friends. They stopped by for a ty ;'I to 43. The 73 points recorded awed< buck and, forth but .,iII.p, ,.)!..ll Vf'l.1') tll,,, I I.'," fHI't ,
m;> lives up to its name | Ins: thetctory/ a9-13.: The again led C'nnova's scoring I Richard Jo'kel in teen director ... .
/[ !Ii
1111\ '
VV < Illlh I
by the Garden is the highest Hurst hi-lil and recordedIt M 'i I I I
) on (
troop members and their parents visit and lunch with the Kel-- II
examples ot builders off to a big /DavidMcRae '
Jr many fine jumped with 13 and 10 points.! team K'tHli' ( ''it'N'CY TI.I.I.i.l: ;. I' \rI i
t i I' handicraft have emanat- make an effort to attend. lys' at Kellys Restaurant. I 17-2:. first uaitor| load all'. although and. Randall) McOoo[( :., I output of the year by one I lMIK.ll" I Illll I' I Kill' i. ill\, I ,
.o'' r. om theft.'el'kly\ sessions The troop will meet at the Mr and Mrs L) S. Jenkins !, Connerviis! able to> hail 10 and 8 for the losers. nnd covered diOii church! at 10:45: a. m in full and son "p'nt10nd.1Y: in nnd make n IB of it two teams in one game i is "iIIAKI.IV: l I'> \1.1 MCli \
include adjust gun .
v :iih! a Scoring summary: the The Garden 'I' it (111' ,, '
!i. i heon. Keystone members uniform Jacksonville. 1 I they were unable to overcome Cunova 7 12 4. 9 31 1 high for year. Farmer's Diary m B. ,iI..p,i.. M I MU
hud 4 players! to hit in double
tur (r.1 t t'.n-: club beside Mrs. Holt Cub Pack 305 will attend I the 13 point deficit of tho Initial Koch. 4 6 2 9 21 I 'VIH v <

r,. p :Mis. Sum!) iK-TJonalJ church services on Scout( peroil. Sharon Howell! : Standings (won-luat) : Gem( I., figures' Tommy M.illoy Chuck with By Sam Mcfiarvey, (it SI2AI.I i/an) 2/10
I 22 "Mike Sexton 14: ___ .
:
r :MC i : L Slpe Mrs Joss; W. Sunday at 9 a. m. at St. WillIam's INDIAN BEACH with 11, und lloxann Wilkhn 3-0; Canova :2-1. ; Andrews, 1- Mason\ 13: and Pewnyne I': '- -

H *ickeit. and !Mrs J. A. WtlHIKK Catholic Church. i with 10 paced the winners :2!; Koch, 0.3.S'heduln (dt'J'! ] with 10. Dui, Spears!' totaled !soon. In fact we Imaglr.e that
while Shell H.innen was high
; .m' for this week:
right asking for
I 15 for the Gunrd. now they're
:: 'N Tiirni: (From Proceeding Page) for the losers with 5 points. Frl.. Feb. 11 -. Koch va Gem I. Scoring Summnry: mild days to bring the crop 1
last vcck of the A. Scot'ing summitry:
o ifoti; \ 7
p.m. (Garden 2O J IK 21 17 73 along/ in time for the mal'ket8l'a80n.
A :M.ilmKTens were R< v. an:1Mi : :' MELROSEChurch tni Jan. Starke BUIrs 17 3 t tt I 5 23:> Sat., Feb. 12 Andrews a Guard H 9 10 17 43 .

:\ Nofoler, of Ocala.] Mrs I tried Ins. week to get the Conner Ins. 2.4 4 3 13 Canova, 9 a.m. blasted the Jaycees S S *

!Nou-lt-r: and :\1l"S.Illm'I'clI! ] :' particulars and I am still This week's! games: Jr. llc">>. Haikvlhnll I I11 gin- Keystone
which Last week' made reference
53 to 14 In a game saw we
II\ere classmate.1)) In college and 8a"tl; Architecture fmpty handed this week bin Thurad.iy. Feb. 10 Stacks In a match of two undefcnt- II ,,
und little tobe..ome Free of 68
j plenty of fun to the Big ?!!?
line, mahitflliifd. cloie ties Department in Nashville came It Is my understanding/ that Il.xi-iHv.ire VM Coniwr, I p.in.Kn !. ed loams! Southern Oiscouni' I Th J
about.
I excited and while it was severe upcountry -
HI'',!) one another since thai lo our ( hind Monday and! our good nl( hbol'. Mrs.! IdaC. l ., l Feb. 11 Williams remained undefeated whlli." I I JI I,
I Jayreei: were unable to gel in this!! section it wa.
Is next to nothing
i costing
t I m" iviiluated our building needs Whitehcad is confined to Jewelry v.! Stacks Bui1'I rll, 4 Bradford Barber Shop taster |
Syi-ndinsr" : the winterwith L at tin1 request of Rr .-. Jame': the Bradford County HC P'.,1' defeat for the first time and. I ii t: i I the ball to go through the I to run our deep frceup: thesv; in no way comparable' to the i
: their I lowest
p.m.All and scored Freeze of 65. We
hoop Bill remember -
\1'.- Elmer Howe' is Mrs Finck Mr Evans recommend- Why not drop thi charmlni., gamp played in arrnoiy. was a bitter pill to .swallova.s \' Jim Mef \ days and In fact there have 1
Janette Brown of Peter. 1.:1: thai we build a new twc. 'ady a card ya'll1' II.int.mi. liny ItiiHketUirll, they were edged, by tin output of the year. been spells when we could MIddleton Rosier telling'
:Murtry' picked lip 15 points how. as a boy. he !got! up themorning
and
the off
have tutned thing
i oiuli: \ : Canada. who met Mrs,. story education building be. We me havhm birthdays: allover ulIllIe slim margin: of otic point t. while Grif1 1
for Keystone Ray of that freeze and
ITowr in Buffalo. N. Y. a few p, hind th" present auditorium the shoreline this month Gem Jewelry remninea- Bradford l Earlier hpWIIS) I li 7 the used Nature's own cooling
had JnYI'celJ.Rt'orlng
its\ for found his breeches frozensolid.
wft'kR80 and:! flew back tc) Elsie Knisht Circle meet. Mrs. Herbert Miles celebrated lefcateil. in Bantam League i control of the gnme fur tin,f system But what we save on

Florida with her. Inu will be held at Mrs Susli hers this week as! did D. W. play winnIng/ their 3ril 1 g.irne' first half as they led :}-.I:. a tt StinimnryKPytitne IS 8: 15 It 53: the freezer we're spending; on and snow drifted up on
( the front It cold.ine .
porch.
Surprise guests! of D!'. ant i Preston's home Tuesday a arpenter.. Mr Carpenter wa Friday night at the! BUS gym. the end of the lirst quartet I''. 03 2 3 14 our heater in this very unus was
Jaycees enough, two weeks ago
Mrs Albert C. Holt Sunday:, 7:30: p. m. Susie Preston Cir honored with a family celebration Their victim wan AnUrowHHrug3 and 14-9 at half time. Southern Schedule for this week. ual weather.
weie their son Albert A. Holt le will be held at the church for this occasion on who fell 27 to 11. The i Discount made its! mov<,e 10 Garden S S S but while we hf'ardlot ofreports
Feb. -
Thurs.
I !! we had none on Icypants
liis wife and three of thell'on. :r Thursday at 10 a. m. Sunday just prior to his first half of the game was In the 3rd<1 quarter picking|[ Restaurant vs I Keystone: 7 p. The temperature dropped

.. Charles Oorge anHiuh. Our, Home Mission: Stud.' bit thdate. The Carpenter's/ fairly close with Gem leading t 10 big points! while limitinj pg m. Jaycees vs National Guard down again/ below freezing last or snow S S dilfts.SAnd

\ who brought a frleni d Course taught by Rev. Jame :tauRhtel'S.tr: and Mrs. Dolph 11-8 at half-time. This was no Bradford Barber Shop to onl ly; 8:15 weekend but not as low as the

down'Ith them for the da::5 Finck will start at 7 p. moO. Reddish and family of Starke Indication of things to come .1.I and grabbed the lead at I 1''!9. : The pm. between the Garden week before am we had Ice speaking old old-tlmr ,

hUm Jacksonville, In time tx 0 '!3rd of February. Mr. and :Mrs.' Da.id Reed an.l:! as in the 2nd half Gem completely to 18 as tho 3rd period ended I'i i Restaurant game and Keystone I In the yard puddles. Already things. with the advent of a I MONITO

attend' the service at Dt. Feb. 10th at 6:30: p. m. then t. family an.h':! : !!. Carenter'sister. ; dominated piny out- This one.. point proved, to 1 b Ic will match the two teams whoA I I we've had a much colder winter historical society here' it looks .
will be the Association Brotherhood scoring Andrews 16 to 3 I.. both team than last year. and the !is though an organized effort '
Holt's Community Church an have( a sumptuous dinner wit:!hthtIr meeting and supper. of Jacksonville '.tinned. rot fieorgi Barton sprained ar I played on even terms, In th 1t e 4-1 records. As this will end present one Is by no mean will be made to record the
family. BOY SCOUT NEWS the celebration. Youm MarkReddish ankle and had to leave the final period scoring 5 pointeach. i I over yet. arly history of this sectionIt
the regular season this game
.
Joseph B. Benson Keyston e TI'oop 109 attended th(1' remained with! hi.- game und tills played a big!! Lloyd Gilpin was th I will decide' the Heeding< / advan- Is coming just In time. for

school principal; Mrs. Helei n Court of Honor In Qalnesvllli e andparents, and! when I called part In the collapse of An big gun for the winners wit:h t.ige for the single elimination One result will be that t there are still available many

P.imos school guidance coun L_ Thursday night. Ruddy Dam Grandfather Carpenter drew's play In the 2nd half r. 17 points Robert Birksdal l e tournament which will begin planting! of spring/ crops will !accounts of the early days as .

.sclor] : and Richard Lovorr oier received a merit badw/ was kind of feeling his age Dean Johns picked< UI 12 2 popped in 11 points for th,. next week. The 1st place be delayed Brooker Farmei: handed down In families from

School Board candidate attended ;_ for Basketry. Gary McCluri PF due to the workout Mark had losers. team will meet the 4th place Market Manager :Malcolm' !grandparents and they shouldbe

l the fifth annual in I_ !and Fredrick Wheeler received given him after he taught Scoring( Summary : team. The previous meeting farrell said last week he recorded before they are "

national Area Administratorand n their 2nd class rank. Tel a'1 this young man to cast I Good to us was "Old MacDanald'sFaim. ; Southern Di.s. 2 7 10 5 2 C,, of these two teams. saw Keystone thinks!! It will be around the lost. S S S

Counselors Forum sponsored I_ other scouts accompanle< : fishing to you Mark. Jack's uncle. Loren E, Brubford 5 0 432 1 3 edged the Garden 50 to first of March before any sowIng world

by St. Johns River Jun_ Claude Martin and Assisttui3coutmastf t Mis Jo Strandbern called in t Jones of Tampa bat: severa1Items Another exciting Junto l' 45 In an exciting gamp, sol will be done and possibly We remember the rich experience \

101Collppe and St. Johns Ri V,. ". r flynn Rothham La L- that she was none the worst from his antique collection League game was also decide< ,i i \\'ith those factors: considered | later than that of hearing a first

er Guidance Center in Palatk Tier to Gainesville. from the cold weather an-: displayed in this urea. WC by a one-point margin bu t >ou can bet this one will top hand account from Aunt Becky newsin

lust Fiiday A tour of the co ii: February 7-13 Is the 56th anniversary 1n that her son Charles. Iioulsr spent most of our time thel'a! with the added excitement o r thorn for action und excite Harrpll also reported that Roster I who was more

IMP: followed the prosrrai! I of the Boy Scout t ta and Paulette braved same on examining Undo Lorcn'a !I I an oveitlme period.,! The Chamber ment. the freezes did:! little damage! than 100 at the tlmel of the I

which featured speeches by af America. It's time to plae e Sunday afternoon and cam, :Model T. convertible roadstai; 1.' of Commerre. team ha<,d Team standings!! (won-lost) : In the Brooker I section' "Ther-; settling of her family in the

number of outstanding edt I'_ special emphasis on weailni g down from Jacksonville to; with a 1'l1mblt'leat and a cut suffered no losses. and Register fi.inlen.: 4-1 : Keystone, 4.1 ; was some to pepper beds," he area out by New Klver. Fortunately ,

en tori. the uniform and dernonstint.. check on her out no less! Hope you do not t Oil had gained no wins National Guard, 2-3; Jnycees said "but the tobacco beds that interview has

M.'KVICENEWS' Ing the Scout skills to thr The Art Wheelers have Art's t miss this if you make It down there both teams experlencei'd 0-5. got through all lUht. and we, been recorded as Alice was a focus<

PI I John E. Cox, son of Mr. public. Boy Scout Troop 10S:9 I nlecp and lumily visiting/ with there later this we.-k lYnn C something new with Registe:r had no field crops for the coldto reporter for the Telegraph! nt

and 1I.Irs.Voodl'Ow' Cox, o:fLake have a demonstratingramp them ilitht now. They are Loren is the guy in charge] :( ) of Oil's taste being the sweetest Sr. HH.IH Ifuskotbiill Lcrugeie Ret" the time and it was published.

Geneva, will] completr] et up at the Melro.se HR-I|! ]t Jack and Beverly Schultz.,I the Hav-A-Tampa exhibit and I The C of C boy are still won: Two more exciting basket- .

ba ,lcArmy training at Ft; School ground: football field. Cheryl and Scott of Milwau-:' Aunt Stella works some of the derlnff how It happened ui Sr.bull; games' were played by the County Agent George( Hiis-: S SS -- -------..

Conning/ on Feb. 11, and re- SCHOOL NEWS kee. Wise. Luckily they had machinery. Drop by and say they led, all the WilY until th Boys!! League Monday gins and his assistant!! Bobby The history of this sectionIs On The. Christian ScIence Monitor \
in the BUS
night Norway St.. Boston Mow.02115Pitas
,
ccl 'I 15-d.iy furlough visit Thursday night Molroso. been In Florida] before or else: we told you to say hello./ final second of the game who 1 First of the gym. Taylor, are Justifiably proud rich and exciting as any no- 1

Inn his parents during that t Utah School boys BasketballA ]I I fear our weather lately So until next week this D.ivid "McKnight' <: guided a IS- matched game Terwillegir and evening Hhu.den's of the showing/ their 4-H boys.) vel ever written and we know solar! my subscription' to,lie

tlmDwl/ ht Mitchell ha Team lost to Bpll The M>U would have left them with a time guess. 1'1ju/ *t gO fly :iny footer through the hoop. who were tied, for the are making/ competition that in gathering the storieshe Monitor for tile period checked l I'"..

planned: to drIve up today won their game with Bell crriable: impiession of our kite-s-e-ya- Chamber of Commerce I li<'d I league lead with ,records of 3 Taylor said that the 4-H program t;: historical society Is goingto low. I melon y-,, (UA Fundi)
fThursdayl and Friday night Melro.se fair state! 0-4 at the i'nd of the tlrstquarter is uncover
meet hl. : Boys A The Schultz' have rind 1. Terwillcgar moved, Into now well under wav i many things not
1
Irlend. and after spending) the Team and B Team won evetFort vblted' farther down the state ; 20 to 15 at half time: undisputed, possession, of (list In the county and that1.111! widely known. WYEAR24 Dmonthal<
imht In Columbus dil\re\ bach White for the past two weeks and 21 I to 21 at end of the third; place with a 37-32:\ defeat ofRhodcn' be hearing a lot more of the I S S S 3 months $
j w Ith him tomorrow. Saturday from 10 a m lo 2 i uie! now on their way back Church Services j, pe.riod, ; und then it happened' : The game: Ntiiitecl boys in the coming days. i I For Instance In talking to 11am

Three local soldiers station- D. m. the Junior Class hold a North. I the Sinai ono, nnd the tie:: off a close iiffin' and, staved .5 S I 'Charles Darby recently we

cd at Ft Jackson. S. C., Rod- hake snle] at the Post Office.Tuesday Mr. and ;Mrs Albert: Van- Uaptlst. The hard-fought overtime perD that way until the. finish Rho- One thing/ about this win.er i( learned i that his!! grandfatherwas Street_ S

m-y Paul Butch" Fox and Da- : night the PTA' tfctta had a most Pleasant. First Iud went to Register Oil i den's trailed throughout t tI t'; the berry growers don't. > one of the early settlersIn City:

Ul sundei-land. were hoim Women Basketball Team will surprise tills past, : SunOnvilxht. Baptist Rev J. D. 4. and, the victory' 31 to 3.'i.: I> but never more the'h I I ave to worry about the plants'': I this general\ area and that ,.
Bow game by I
both last weekend. lay Hawthorne en. pastor: Ralph] Copeland This was!! tough, lurk: tu) lh(I' it time Stat. .ZIP
and tlv hris nt Meloh Their cUss at the FaltAPicabylerliin orfrankit. 2 to 5 points.. They were down c omlng/ into production:! tool: one present day Mac- Code'J
weekend 1 bofoie. to see their :' ?. The Mclrose menwil' Chuuh hPld i. l .
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families Rodney la expectec ilay Hawthorne thi I sumo party for them In honor o4Micir Worship sei-vlcfs" : Sunday

home again this weekend to t night: Game time will start at forty tlilid weddlnj an- IT' a. m.. 7:30: p. rn. [tnurserj Looking Back Over The Cold Wouldn't
1 M.-I- Johnny Cox, during,:: hit 7 p. m Playing for the PTA ilversary till week 'rnI'Y'I I npi.nl. Wednesday 7:30: p. m Spell You Have Really Been

fmloush. Seems the lure o' Team are -- Carolyn Chlap- ft(fie pie.sented, with a : Sunday School! 9:45: a. m
of Keystone always gets our plnl> Dot Mikloe. Joe Rite. bouquet of flowers 10\1'1/1 ,I fnur.sery open]. Training Union Better Satisfied With

o :younnrstL-rs/ back. Jane' Box Betty Cox Joyce( lations and bt-st wiihos for J 6:30: p. rn. I Inur.sery open

:SUNSIIINK: : LIST lowe. LaVenie Thomas Linla many more anniversaries tot r

Mrs Tracy Baker Sr ha' Hijurlnbothnm.: Anna Fae these wondtMful 1>C0fl'] Catholic
been In Alachua General Hospital iapp.. Babs McLaughlin. Say. if St. Williams Fr. Thomas
Donna anyone I is, Interested" NATURAL GAS
in Meecham\ Kelly, priest In charge; Mrs
Gainesville this 'week: and Pat Sapp. in having their horse Icain !
E.
A.
following a brief Illness' and DtTMCATE _Rlnr.F_n____. .'vwc... .. .t tight wlie Hike clothesline! Lamm. organist.'
Is expected to return home: 1st place-Mrs. Ray Strawi I walking. call our own Johnny Masses: Sunday. 9:15: a. m
and Mrs. Jay slons 5 to 5:30: () p. in cads Sat-
/ LlvliiBSton. 2nc Ross lie has n horse that !1. urday.
place-Mrs. Raley Boyd anc quite adept at this fete after
STARKEBUSINESS Mrs. John Straw 3rd plare this \\ el'kendc un elstllnd. Novena anl Benediction S DID YOU WEATHER THE ORDEAL WITH COM-
:Mrs. F. F. Monday 7:30: p. m.
Hubbard and Mrs But Johnny, I isn't
one supposed I
PLETE PEACE OF MIND
Paul Johnson. THAT YOUR
4th place-Mrs! to go away RIDING : -InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity SUPPLY

:Roland Bryan and :Mrs. Vera one's hoi-M'e? Church Dr WOULD NOT RUN OUT?
Mae
Bookout. Several of the Those I talked with who A. C Holt minister: Mrs (

winners were guests from went to the County Commissioners George! Canova organist! .
DID YOU
DIRECTORY HAVE TO CALL
( .
On CLUB Ines vi lie. meeting concerningthe Sunday School 9:30: a. rn S S YOUR SUPPLIER AND
NEWS
road situations came back :\ THEN WORRY WHETHER
Woman's torn.1ngVJ'ship.( 11 a. m HE WOULD GET THERE
Club held a business with toe same promise uiai [tNursenr;
1 I open both hours 1.Epl ]1.
1! 1 AUTO REPAIR this week.meetlim at the clublioii.se we are still in our same position IN TIME? .

Hostesses were :Mrs. for getting our road coaL

t ,: Mrs.Breenan. MLsa Iva Hlllyer. ed and that no money St. Anne's Rev W. W S S OR DID YOU ACTUALLY RUN OUT?

Ear I'a Garage Francis R.' P. Hollls and Mrs borrowed from this fund pav-// Worstoll vicar; R. a. Cope-
Pyle.
affect it. The Robbins land, orpranlst..

I ALL KINDS OF PERSONALSMrs. Bunce and Pan_ __ Morning Prayer and Ser _
AUTO REPAIR WORK Mrs. Werner were some of the n. mon. 2nd '
accom good neluh and 4th 1 NOT US
Sundays
All 'Work Guaranteed panied Mrs. Alex Hoaglanc I boys in attendance. What 9:30: a. m. tnurvry open 1, 'J 4) .j_ We Did Like Gasie Genie We Got The Old
Phone 969-7964 here for a two happened to the Holy ;
weeks visit( rest of us" Eucharist and sermon
SI). Walnut, Stafkn.AUTO with frlends.Mrs. Hontrland Let's get behind this thinK 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A Banjo Out and Played "There's No Place Like

plans to spend the winter But like last year this time. M.: r nursery opcnl.! Churcl. Home" While
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here. Their homes are in we are still patlt'nUywalt- School 9:30: A. M. "}Itdy' Eu. . -. '- Continued Toe
Elizabeth. N. J. ing C chailst' 8 a. m. each Sunday." ---- Drop.

Gilbert S. Brown Friends of Ruth Berkleman's Our family had 1most Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M\'

Standard OH Service Station mother Mrs. Carl pleasant time over the week't each Sunday. EYC 60; P. Much And the Natural Gas
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ATL.\S Berkleman will be glad to end, too. We went to Mulberry t Sunday. ", To Flow To

TIRES!' &, BATTERIES hear she is home from the to visit our "oldest dnUil'hter.fr ," Dally offices of Morning -% Our AlLGa. Home.
hospital. !\ and Mrs. Sonny Cuave 1 end' Evening Prayer.
Budget Ternw Road Service 8:00: A
Phone 4-7071 Mr and Mrs. Omar Huff's and Tracy.Ve went down If. and 5:00: P. M.Presbyterian .
son, Paul leaves Monday for that far on Friday night and

407 N. Temple f Rtarke National Guard Training at on Saturday morning/ we all -Faith Wouldn't You Really Be Better Satisfied With Natural

*; HURST'S Fort Bennlng. Columbus Ga. got up and went to the Fair _-Rev. J.Presbyterian Church Gas In Your Home?
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Isen- In Tampa. While "Hootch". Neale Jr.. mInter

:y; a n ELL tiower's! guests for several Sonny Jack. T. C. and Jeff ; : Mrs. W. A. Wallace or- Let Us Make A Survey Of Your Needs
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Service Station aeeks will be Mr. took the races in, Joan and I Sl Carl Swlsher.ummer -- No Cost No Obligation.

Ii Ca Oila Lubrication 11 ilster Mrs. \V. B. were left with a couple organist.Sunday .
i:;;tto Wah Tenn. hours In which we took In School. 9:45: 6. m I For Further
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; 301 and 109 -Stark* M.f rs. B. J. McQualg 'us.Ve all had a freezing, h,aun.J:>> Nursery open both' 961-2351 CITY OF STARKE Utilities'

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soon. Fomby of Okahumpka .[near I Chamber but "hats off" to a 17 to 14 at the half 27 to 26 victory number one. Kildiej: I clenny was known as Darb-,

tUU4 KEYSTONE Former Mel]rose residentand Leesburg I spent Tuesday vIsIting g.ime Register Oil team for at end of 3rd quarter, but In Douglas was high for the night \llle.

friend of many Keyston- with, her. RECREATION NEWSGirls \ lighting an uphill battle and tha final period Tcrwlllegar und led his. team with 2B

"L HILITES ers Mrs. William R. Camp- Pat and Dolly Ann Ollsson winning In the end. David Mc- outscored: them 10) to 6 to take points while Robert Powell :aEIi'I'i: T'u I>II--IM: : I pl >

bell. Is In a hospital on Long of FaUs Church. Va. spent Knight led nil Hooters with 18. the victory. Hurry, Hatcher had 14 for the losers... ('IIU'iir nil i II"r. HUM,

Island where she had recently last week with Mr. and Mrs. and Archie Thomas pitched In was high for Terwillegur with Scorln Summary: Kl>l(llMVIl.: .'..UU'U \
ICont. from proceeding PajeJ Pigtail ltanketbislI 5 iurinv.<< : .
points to
Oem while
Rone to make her home.It Melanie] pace with 13. Tommy Talley and: 39
Bunyon Kelly accompanied 11 points while Steve Tilley Hurst Shell 4 15 11 9 Miil'r.v ,K. Tnvl'trriiiimirr.
vvI. s E. McKay John Bird. and I is good to hear that Gloria her parents back Lragtie I Keith Thomas had 6 for the Joe Betote had, 10 each for was htgh for the losers with H. C. Wall 1O 10( 79 36 I .
In the season: of the lOHOl'H..
opener
Roy Watkins discussed/ Infor-' Murrhee I Mrs. Richard: ) Is home. She had been ,visiting the loners. 22. Standings (won-Iost) : Ter- VH.Mli'lllc.
\V3hlnjf I IBu back home from the Univer- since the Girls Pigtail Basketball, League Scoring Summary: Scoring Summary: 3-2 Til> I'M-' ,
nation about the Keystone her grandparents Scoring Summary: wlllegar 4-1; Rhoden's ; .
William 1..r I"llInt,
Jewelry paced Oem 9 2 6 10 27
area Including the potential! : sity Medical Center and doing 23rd of January.Mr. C of C 9 11 4 4 4 33 Terwlllegal- 10( 10 10 37 Wall 2-3; Hurst 1-4. ,
by Jan Ritch, who scored 28 Andrew 260 3 11 I 'I'U''i: TO Al'I'K: inTo
ul the lakes with regard; to well. and Mrs. Philip KJO- downed Starke Hardware Register 4 11 fI 7 13.1 Rhnden'a 6 8 12 6 32 Schedule for next week: : l.urllle Tnxloi' 'ft'" i \ "
the fltlll'e residents! and the Importance I.IONS NEWS mers weekend guests was Mr. points find Cnnova Pharmacy won "' Standings,! I won-lo.st) : Sou- The final game of the evening Mon., Feb. :14- Rhoden's' vs1 I, llltt( ) ) Stri-ct. :.Miami, rii, i I.,
38 to 23. The Green It"'l,
lie Sight conservation chair of 2nd victory against one thern Discount 2-0; Bradford You, it p.- t.'i.v, nonfi.it, d .,
of the water In the and;! Mrs. George Sargent did most of tho was even more exciting Wall 7 p.m. Hurst VII .
Jewelry team while handing hard for, l>lv' .
milt
a t ''r' h.I'
the c lakes to the city and !Ita tE'. A man George Schneffer repol.tsthat BrynMaur.: Penn dnmage in the second periodnnd ]Koch's Drugs its 3rd .. Barber 2-1; C of. C, 1-1; Reg- than' the first one with Hurst legur. 8:15: p.m. Terwu-I file agaInst' vnti In 1 lit.i t

Welhbusln discussion: was held of the the Lions Club light bulb Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox of went on to victory. Carol live losa. Foul shots iHtPf. 1-2: lHWt ft0 Shall" winning for the first, I These games will ( nfimi'flmitt,. uml' .,.,i.,
]In Re easements which had sale last week was highly successful Salt Spring spent; last Wednesday eon..ecu'l Schedule for this weeklPrl. time while handing Wall Agency and the you un' ri'tiiiln, 1,1,! t,,,, ,
Reddish with 15 und Sheryl big part in the ncorlng, regular season games( ,. .
Keb. 11 .. .. ., vs copy' nt 1 yitm' iinxu i i iIng '
nerve and that several do-
the In the visiting with their son y its 3rd consecutive setback\ j
city I
lost
1 in-en by elimin.-itioii tournament
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Ward with 7 ne' ounte game: at the Korh boys gave single to I lh,' i>i""mpii! I liti'isiitthff'a ,,
Ex those the city nowowns nations have been made to and wife. Mr and Mrs Carl Register 8 p.m. This game saw Wall move out ; .
)past, and the losers points. Susan Scog-' Cnnova players 18 foul I shots. i will begin Tuesday nlglit Feb. A i t I" j n \
at t which they do not "IshThur the Florida Foundation. "Mutt" Cox. Carl's brother In 10 ,. .. Sat.. Fob. 12 Southern early in front of Hurst and 22. : UftOIK, 'II. I'ior** I' i'r: -" ,
gins pitched m nuip which a factor -
definitely proved
This Is National Boy Scout and wife. Jlmbo and C"ln04v Discount vs C of C. 10 a.m. showed every indication of be- 11130.: ( fittirKe. ",' ...,,,,1,
]lo-.t.,: hams Ji-welry. In the win. Cnnova, hud a TEEN: :: TIME III ..
the nrlKlnal ''h.I
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whir Club.of Week. observing; \ Sroutlng's Cox of Salt Springs were their ,M,-n'.. City III .kpt hall I.cuKi" ing a one-plded bout but the
The Hocked Rug ScoringSummary: 1-1O!) lead at the half time in- Teen Time will be held Sat- 11'I..rk\ ( of i I inIMI,. \! '1,1,, ,
F comprised!;! of Keystone andOiunesvlllc Btb anniversary.Boy weekend guests ; Williams 8 12 8 10 38 U-imission) and Koch's was unable In the highest scoring gameof tables turned und Hurst came urday night Feb. 12, from 7 on or liifoiiHi, t i", i i MI,,h, ,
a diVh' met last Scout Troop 105' will\ Evelyn) Thlgpen of Palntka 23 the season Garden Restau-. in strong at the finish. Thelast Whruury 1'iini' nth.t I,, i "
women 25 9
; Starke IMw this lend
to overcome usCnnova to 11 for all Junior High ,
"\ ,runt won its fourth victory p.m. nllHnitl.ii( of s.ml,.t i ,,
home of observe Scout Sunday by attending brought her' parents Mr. and quarter of the game was
at the one I Builders nnd Conner
hur.sday; Stnrke outseon, them 13-11 School students. Come on will lie tiikfii .ii. i ini.,,' '
hnpjcalle nU'll1bf'l'S.II's. services at the First :Mrs! R. M. Cn.son to Mehose agaInst only one defeat( by especially enjoyable to the
C.
of its : A. Insurance te H'llt. on Luke Geneva. The Baptist Church. Scoutmaster Tuesday for a visit with their ,I with the Builders gaining Powell walloping the Guard team 73 spectators as the game seesawed frames I Thin' nolh'i. xhiill I in.. im'",
ty und Johnny onceagain or lance to the juke box.
Mar Steve Moore asks that all friends. They stopped by for a to 43. The 73 points recordedby back and forth but urn, *. ",",'h wiM'K .im i iHirilllv ,,,' "
:" ',iup lives up to its name.enak :! the victory 29-13.: The liil Canovu's scoring i Richard Jockel, Is. teen dlreetoi. I WHi'kH I,,
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the
troop] members and their visit and lunch with the Kel- t the Garden is highest Hiust held on and recorded1 J Ii
line examples of pai'ent.s I to big ,
fi'i innny builders jumped off a with 13 and 10 pointi. )l.rvldMcRae i / COl'NTY:-; 1'1:1.1..1.: ] \
ham t t' i'. }handicraft have emanatTI make an effort to attend. lys' at Kellys Restaurant. 17-2 first quarter hud? und although ]- : nnd, Randall McGee output* of the year by one team I I IHilcil, I llllH I ITlh 1 i il I I"

e fiom their weekly session; The troop will meet! at the Mr and Mrs D. S. Jenkins Conner vvus able to had 10 and 8 for the losera. nnd the 116 points scoieil( by nary, 1 IHM

iicrv vnlth Include] a covered dkhhi'ifheon church at 10:45: a. m. in full an.1:! son /spent :Monday In ndjuwt and muke a game of it Hearing; summary: two teams in one game Is Cl''l"rilARUR.k ""t ,Hi", \' I i \l LI I I
The Garden
CHI } Keystone members uniform Jacksonville I they were unable to overcome Canova 7 12 4 9 32 high for the year. Farmer's 115' n< ,11.11, M \l IlJ"I" i
G Cub Pack 305 will attend had 4 players; to hit in double Diary ,
,di>I the club beside Mrs. Holt the 13 point deficit of the Initial Koch 4 6 2 9 21 I
figures Tommy Malloy with I S r.H.,: )
church services Scout
ae Mis. Sarah M DonolJl on perod. Sharon howell Standings I won-lost) : Gem. Ky Sam Me Harvey It 1/211 210'I'
:\ !.- C. L. Ripe :Mrs. JE-SSP W. Sunday at 9 a. m. at St. \VJllIam's INDIAN BEACHFrom with 11, und RUxllnRVnkln 3-0: Cnnovn 2-1.; Andrews, 1- 22: Mike Sexton. 14; Chuck I / ,-
:Mason 13; and !IJewaync Elder l.
Catholic Church .
Huckert. and Mrs>> J. A. Wllim i I with 10 pared the winners. 2; Koch.: 0-3. I II
total- Imaprlr.e that
with 10. Bud Spears soon. In fact we
:! willie Sheila H.mnen will high Schedule, for this week: I I
oil 15 for the Guard. right nowthey're a..klnl'fOl''\
in.nnN: Tiirnr. for the losers with :5 points. Fri. Feb. 11 1 Koch v.s Gem ,
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( Preceding Page) 8"(1I'lnl'811" ( '\ mma.ry: : I mild days. to bilng!! the crop;
C.lests ]aFt wcek of the A. Scoring HumnUlI y: 7 p.m.Sat. i
15 21 17 73 the market
Garden 20) along In time for
A :M.ilmifrens: were Rdv. on:1: MELROSESattl"t .m.1 I Jan I Stnrke Uldm 17 3 6 !5 23:> ., Fob. 12 Andrews vs 43 1 I
Guard 8 9 10 17 : season.
:MiNofder, of Ocala. Mrs 1 tiled )list week to get the, : Conner", Ins. 2.1 4 3 13 Canova. 9 a.ru..Jr. I Keystone blasted, the .laycees S S S :

Noleli-r and :Mrs Malmsrcn] particulars nnd I am still Thli week's games: ""Y't "....kc'I"1I league* 'I', .
53; to 14 in a. game which saw Last! werk we made refr-
\\ere classmates in college[ and ) Church Architecture i mptv handed;! this week bin Thiirad.iy\ Feb." 10 Starke In a mntcli( of two( iimlofont-i: and little to 1 I I '
of 66.
plenty fun ence to the Blw Freeze of '
Irre malntalried close ties Department In Nashville came It Is my understanding that 1 l.n' are. vx Conner i p.m. ed team1)) Southern Discount'
I become( excited about. ThJiycees <> t and while It was severe upcountry -
1It hone another: since thai i 10 10( our ( hurrh Monday am our good nelnhbor.l Mrs.: Ida Fri." Feb." 11 WlUUm-s remained undefeated while j
I : were unable to get: Is next to nothlni a I In this 1 section It wa!
It
t: (eVIlll10t, toed our buildlnn needsat Whltehcati- is confined to Jewelry vs' Starke Builders) 4 Bradford Barber Shop tastei'll costing
the ball to go through I the In comparable to the
mSyciidinpr no way
) : the winter with the request! of Re-. Jame' the Bradford County HcspUi1; I defeat for the first time and, it I their lowest. to run our deep freeze thesdays '
p.m.All hoop and scored ) Bill Freeze of 63. We remember -
M-a Elmer Howe Is Mrs Flnrk Mr. Evans recommended Why not drop this ('harIl1tnL.'ady garnos played in nrmoiy. was!: n bitter pill to swallow the. Jim :\11'IolurtJ'y and In fact there havi a
output of year. Middleton Rosier tellinghow.
.lunette ]Brown of Ptterb that we build a new twc a card. ya'll'! I IS"nt.1111 Hoys IttiHketliiirll& at they were edged' by this, been spells when we couli m I
! :? picked up 15 pointsfor as a boy, he rot the ,
( up
have turned the off I
tiling an<
;on:.ill! Canada who met Mrs. story education building behind We ale having! birthdays: allover : Lea gee slim mnigln of one point. 1 I while Hay Grif- C
Keystone morning of that freeze and
IToIn Buffalo. N. Y. a few th piesent! auditorium the shoreline tills month Oem Jewelry" rejnnined un- Bradford Bnrber !Shop' -wns In Si.. had 7 for the Jaycues.Scoring used Natuie's own coollni a found his breeches frozen '4S
wcoks ago and flew back to Elsie] Knight Circle meet Mrs. Herbert Miles cplsbrated( defeat",11In", Bantam League control of the game for the I system. But what we save 01 1

Florida] with her. I ing will be held at Mrs. Susli hers this week as did D. W pluy winning their 3rd game first half as they led 5-2 at '\ Summary 16 H: 15 II 53 the freezer we're spending 01 1 solid! and snow drifted up onI I
Keystone the front It cold
Surprise ituests of Dr. and Preston's home Tuesday a :"arpenter.: :Mr Carpenter wa> I Krlday night ot the BUS gym. the end, of the first quarter. i Jaycees 03 2 3 II our heater in this very unusual porch. was
enough weeks
lire two ago
Mrs Albert C. Holt Sunda 7:30: p. m. Susie Preston Cir honored with a family celebration Their victim wall Andrew and 14-9 at half time. Southern Schedule for this week. weather. ;

were their sons Albert A. Holt le will be held at the church for this" occasion on Drugs who fell 27 to 11. The Discount made its move Thurs Feb. 1O -- Garden 0 S but while we heard a lot of I II

his wife. and three of their Fhuisiay:! at 10 a.. m. Sunday Just prior to his first half of the game was In the 3rd quarter. picking! : ; up Restaurant, vs Keystone. 7 p. The temperature! droppet I reports, we had none on Icy I St

.ons. Charles. Qsorge: an' Our Home Mission Stud.' biithdate. The Carpenter's fairly Hose' with Gem leading 10 big points while limiting m. Jaycees vs National Guard, down again below freezing las't pants or snow.\ *drifts.5

Hurh. who brought a friend Course taught by Rev. Jame daughters. Mr and Mrs. Dolph 11-8 lit half-time. This was no Bradford) B.irber Shop to only 8:15 weekend but not as low as thi' I
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clown with them for the day Finck will start at 7 1 p. m.. Reddish and family of Starke. indication of things to come I I. and grabbed the lead at 19 The p.m. between tho G.irrien week before( aid we had lei And speaking old old.tlmF'I

lioni Jacksonville, in time to 13rd of February.Feb. Mr. and Mrs. DaId Reed anl: .is In the 2nd half Gem completely to 18 as the 3rd period ended. Restaurant game and Keyatnne: In the yard puddles. Alreacli I illInt with the advent of a Till CRRInUA1! MONITOR

attend the service at Dr. 10th At 6:30: p. m. there family and:! :Mrs. Cllr;>entu'! dominated! play out- This one. point proved to be will match the two teams who I we've had a much colder -winter .- historical. society here it looks --- -,- -7'.1 .

Holt's Community Church and will be the Association Broth- sister. Mrs. Helen Walker all scoring Andrews 16 to 3. the difference ns both teams' are tied for 1st place with than last year, and th. R.. though an organized effort i ::=:.. ':".,
ha\e sihood George Barton sprained( an In the present one Is by no mean. will be made to record theearly '.. .-..
a sumptuous dinner with meeting'\ and supper. of Jacksonvilleoth1'ed\ foi played ( n'en terms 4.1 records. As this will end<1 ..
their family BOY SCOUT NEWS the celebration. Younv' Mark ankle and had to leave the final scoring 5 point over yet. history of this sectionIt I '
period the regular; ] season this game. -"...--._... 1I. ..
Is' coming in time, for .
Troop 109 attended Reddish game and this played a big each. the Just ,fgq.-'b---- (*! ;
Joseph B. Benson. Keystone the remained with hi Lloyd Gilpin was will deride the needing advantage -I I IiI/;
school principal; Mrs. Helen Court of Honor In Gainesville\ giandparents and when I called part In the collapse. of An- big gun for the winners with! !: for the single elimination -: One result. will be thai there are still available many '1\" t-Y _

n.imos. school] guidance counselor Thursday nlg-ht Ruddy Dam- Grandfather Carpenterwas drew's. play in the 2nd half. 17 points Robert 13.lrk"dale tournament which will be. planting! of spring; crops wil:I accounts of the early day.s ar .-'" $'.
)Jean) Johns picked up 12 be delayed Brooker Farmei handed down In families from 2 ;. fit' ";;-;'
; and Richard Lovorn., oier received a merit badge kind of feeling his age popped in 11 points for llv gin next week. The 1st place

School Board candidate attended for Basketry. Gary McClure\. due to the workout Mark had losers.'' team will meet the 4th place I Market Manager; Malcolm I grandparents and they should

the fifth annual Invitational and Fredrick Wheeler received : given him after he taught Scoring Summary: team. The previous meetingof llarrell]] said; last week hf, be recorded before they' are

Area Administrators their 2nd class rank. Ten this young!! man to cast I Good toL'i was "Old MacDonald'sFaim. Southern 1 DM.> 2 7 10 5 2Brabford these two teams saw Key- I thinks it will be around the, lost.

And Counselors Forum sponsored otherlcouts/ accompanied fishing to you Mark. Jack's uncle Loren E. :59 452: stone edged, the Garden 50 to I first of :March' before any /sowing -: S S S worldnews

by St. Johns River Junior Claude Martin and Assistant Mi's. Jo Strimdberrc called In Jones of Tampa had: several Another exciting JuniorLeague : 45 In an exciting game., so will be done. and possibly We remember the rich experlence -

; College and St. Johns River 'Scoutmaster Glvnn: Rothham- that she was none the WOl'St'from Items from his antique collection game was also derldei, \\ith these factors considered later than that of hearing firsthand

Guidance Center In Palatka 1 '11 cr. to Gainesville. the cold weather nn. displayed! In this: area. W,? by a one-paint margin! but you can /bet this one? will top account from Aunt Becky -

lust Friday. A tour of the col- February 7-13 is the 56th anniversary that her son Charles. Louise spent most: of our time there( with the added excitement of thi'm. for action and excite Hurrpll also reported! that Rosier I who was more

II'J.1e< followed the program I of the Boy Scot and Paulette braved same on examining Uncle Loren's 1928, an ovottlme period., The Cham- ment. the freezes did;! little damage' than 100 at the tlmel of the

which featured speeches by a I :>f America. It's time to place Sunday afternoon and cam Model T. convertible roadster; ber of Commerce team had. Team standings (won-lo.st) : In the Brooker section "Then:'' settling of her family In the in

number of outstanding edu- special emphasis" on wearingthe down from Jacksonville to with a !rumble seat and a cut- Buffered no losses and Register Garden:.: 4-1 ; Keystone. 4.1 ; was some to pepper beds" he, area out by New River. Fortunately -

n"'M'...U>_3. uniform and demonstiat- check on her out no less! Hope you do not Oil hail gained no wins National Guard 2-3; Jnycee.s, said "but the tobacco bed, that interview has

SUb VICE NEWS Inn- t.llACinmtf- ,- """11IM.- ... *Ksubllc. I- I The Art Wheelers have Alt's miss this If you make it down there both teams experienced' 0-5. I not through nil lUht. and we been recorded as Alice was a fCUS

Pi t. John E. Cox. son of M:r. ; Boy Scout :Troop: 10 Sf !; niece and tamlly visiting with there later this we'k.: Uncle something new. with Register Sr. H.iHkfthnll I.OHBIII* had no field crops for the cold reporter for the Telegraph lit H

I and Mrs. Woodrow Cox. c have a demonstrating came\ them ilnht now. They aie) Loren is the guy In charge of Oil's tnste being the sweetest! HO.NH : basketball to Bet." the time and l It was publish
Two more exciting'\
Lake Geneva will complet] '. I set up at the Melrose Hlcli] Jack and Beverly Schultz the Hav-A-Tnmpa exhibit and The C of C boys are still won- the S C ed. II
bade Army School ground Cheryl ; Aunt Stella works some of the doling how It happened us gamns were played by County Agent S S S S-------- -
training at F1 : football firld. and Scott of MJlwaukE'e -: Sr.:: Boys League!: :Monday:. George Hiiat- The
.. Bt-nnina on Feb. 11, and re,: SCHOOL NEWS Wise. Luckily they had machinery. Drop by and say they lod all the way until the /gins. and his assistant Bobby The history of this sectionIs Christian ScIence Monitor
night' In the BHS gym. One Norway St, Boslon Ma... ISPlgai :
cclq! 15-day furlough] visit, Thursday nlprht Melrose been in/ Florida before of els we told you to say hello. flnnl second of the game, when I<'1t..t"a. /.\ me of the evening Taylor are justifiably proud rich and exciting any novel ,

luir[ his parents during thai I Hluh School boys Basketball I I 1 Hur our weather ]lately So until next week this D.ivlcl :IofrJnlght"uldt'd/.\ a 13 matched Tcrwllleffsr and Kho- of the showing their 4-11 boys ': ever written and we know *inter my subscription to I th'.

time Dwlsht! Mitchell hai, A Team )lost to Bpll.! Thp< will* would have left them with a time. guess/ I'll Just t go fly my I footer through tho hoop. len's who were tied for the! are making hi competition. that in gathering the stories Monitor far the period checked b*.

planned: to drive up todaj r won their game with Bell terrlnble Impi esslon of our kite-sec-ya- Chamber of Commerce, h..1I..j I eagne lead' with records( of 3 Taylor said that the 4-H program the historical society It going low.. I enclose y_ (UJ. FundiQ >

fThursday) and meet hi.1 Friday! night Melro.se:; Boys A fair state1' The Schultz' have ) at the end of the first md 1. Terwillcgar moved Into { is now well under way to uncover many things not
[ I
Irlend and after spending!\ the, Team and B Team won, ovei i ii vl'-lted' : farther down the state luurtur! ; 20 to 15 at half time; indisputed. possession. of (list.. I, In the county and that we'll ,I widely known. YEAR $%" d 6 month {I 12O
in!. ht in Fort White !ii l to 21 at end of tin third # 3 months $
( Columbus drive back i for the past two weeks anrl )lace with II 37-32 defeat ofthoden. be hearing a lot more of the i ?

\'.1th him tomorrow Saturday from 10 a m. to 2! cia now on their way bflLk Church Service f fll.lpU"t MM'lod; unll then It happened '... The g.ime slatted1 boys In the coming days i ii For Instance. In talking to No"", .

!f Three local soldiers stationed I o. in. the Junior Class li"Ul a, Not'tli. I he lln.il one. and! Urn tie iff' a close :affaii 1 ,' ami, staved! I Charles Darby recently we

at Ft Jackson. S. C.. Rod- bake sale at thP Post Office. MI' anj:! Mrs Albrt: VanNcttn -1[rile harcl-foujjht overtime pcr- hat way until the finish. i-the- One thing about this wln- I leained that his grandfather Slreet

j'cy( Paul. Butch Fox. and Da- Tuesday night the PTA hnd i n most Pleasant First lid went to Register Oil !5 to1 1 "en's trailed, throughout th. !:PT. the berry growers don't was one of the early settlersIn I:,IV

ill I Sunderland. weie homr Women Basketball Team will I surprise this past: SW1 ',' Bow Baptist Rev. J. D. and the victory, 31 to 3:1: i: g amo but never by more than I eve to wOI'I'y about the plants''oming this general area and that

both last weekend and tl> >lay Hawthorne here at Mel- nlxlu. Their class at the Faith en., organist.!pastor! : Ralph Copeland This was tough luck: to the 2 to 5 point They werr down '' into production; too at one time present day Mac- >ilate? _.ZIP Cod*.___

weekend bnftne to see their, \-OSP; The Melrose men: wll1Dlay '1 Picabyterlan Chuich held tparty l -

families. Rodney la expectec Hawthorne the same. for them In honor o- Worship sei"vlof : SundayIt : -

home again this weekend to, nlllh Game time will start nt thelr forty thIrd wedding nn a. m.. 7:30: ( p. m. [fmirserjopcnl. Looking Back Over The Cold Spell Wouldn't You
: Have
M'I' Johnny Cox: during: hk 7 I p. m. Playing for tht> PTA nil el'sAry tilt:. weelc. 'fncv Wednesday 7:30: p. m Really Been

furlough Seems the lure o' Team are -- Carolyn Chinp- \weie(' presonted with a )lovely Sunday School' 9:45: a. m I Better Satisfied With

of Keystone always gets ow pint Dot MJkloe. Joe Rite bouquet of flowers ConKintulatlons J. Tnursery open!. Training Union -

'. youngsters back. Jane Box, Betty Cox Joyce und bestvlilios! for 6:30: p. m. I lnurM>ry open

SUNShINE: : MST' Ro\ve.\ LaVeme Thomas, Lln- many mOI'e anniversuiles for

h Mrs Tracy Baker. Sr. ha. dn Hiiiirlnbothnm, Anna Fae these wonderful people. Catholic

been in Alachua General Hos- Sap!>. Babs McLaughlin Donna Sny.: It anyone is Interested St. Williams Fr. Thomas NATURAL GAS
'
Kelly, priest In charge Mrs
pltal In Gainesville this week Meecham\ and Pat Sn pp. In having their horse learn ; !
E. A. Lamm orllanht.MassE'S .
following]], rPMCATE
a brief Illness and BRIDGE NEWS tight wire I like clothesline I
is expected 1st : Sunday 9:15: a. m810n.s
to place-Mrs.
return home Ray Strnwn walking call our own Johnny
5 to 5:30: p. m rtvcn Sat-
"
and; MM. Jay Livingston. 2nd Ross lie has n horse that Is urday.

place-Mrs.> Raley Boyd and quite adept at this fete
:klrs. John Straw after Novena an-t Benediction DID YOU WEATHER THE ORDEAL
STARKEBUSINESS n. 3rd place- this weekend we understand.. WITH COM-
Monday 7:30
:Irs. : p. m.
> F. F. Hubbard and Mrs But Johnny Isn't one supposed PLETE PEACE OF MIND THAT
Paul YOUR
Johnson. SUPPLY
4th place-Mrs to go away RIDING -InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity,

Roland Bryan And Mrs. Vera one's horace? Church Dr WOULD NOT RUN OUT?

'ifae Bookout. Several of the Those I talked with who A. C. Holt minister: Mrs ,

f DIRECTORY \Winners lalnesvllle.Clt'B were. guests from went to the County Commissioners George! Canova organist. DID YOU HAVE TO CALL YOUR SUPPLIER AND

I meeting concerning! Sunday School. 9:30: a. m

1 : NEWS the lOad_ _ltuatiori____n_._.. "__"n1A_ h"__,._. Morning' Worship. II .. xn THEN WORRY WHETHER HE WOULD GET THERE

-- Woman's Club held a busi_ with ttie same: promise. mat Nursery open both hours
ness meeting at the clubhouSE.. we are still In outsame position IN TIME?
ATTTO I
REPAIRS
this week. Hostesses for -EpI: cooal
getting
were :Mrs. our road paved -
Breenan Miss Iva Hlllyer. and that no money will Ix1 St. Anne's Rev. W. W OR DID YOU ACTUALLY RUN OUT?

Earl's Garage Mrs. R. P. Holllj and Mrs borrowed from this fund to Worstall. vicar; R. O. Copeland -

Francis Pyle. affect it. The Kobblns, Laurel organist.

ALL fUNDS OF PERSONALS Bunce and Pap Norswoithywere Morning Prayer and Ser #..s"I

AUTO RfI'URVORX Mrs. Feena Werner accompanied some of the good JieUh- mon. 2nd and 4th Sundays ) NOT US. We
Did
All Work Guaranteed Mrs. Alex Hoagland boi.s i in attendance. What 9:30: a. m. [nursery open 1 Like Gasie Genie We Got The Old

Phone 969-7964 here for a two weeks happened to the Holy Eucharist and Lr.
visit rest! of us'? sermon Banjo Out and
Played
SI). Walnut. Stat-kit with friends.Mrs. Let's hat "There's No Place Like
Iloagland get behind this thing and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A .,

. AUTO SERVICE plans to spend the winter But like ]la.st year this time. M. [nursery open 1. ChurcJ. I Home" While the Temperature Continued

here. Their homes are In we are still plltlE'ntlywa.lt- School 9:30: A. M. "Huly Eucharist To

Elisabeth! N. J. Ing 8 a. m. each Sunday." Drop.

Gilbert S. Brown Friends of Ruth Berkle-] Our family had a most Evening? Prayer 7:30: ( P. M

fitandard Oil servIce' Station man's mother Mrs. Carl pleasant time over the weekend each Sunday. EYC. 60: P. M And the Natural Gas Continued To

ATr.A!I Beikleman) will be glad;! to too. We went to Mulberry each Sunday. -.. Flow To

TIRES:! & IlTTEniES: hear she Is home from the to visit our "oldest daughter" Dally, offices of Morningand -- Our All-Gas Home.

Budget Terms- Road Service hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Cuave Evening Prayer. 8:00: A.

Phone 4-7071 end Mrs. Omar Huff's and Tracy. We went down M. and 5:00: P. M.

407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S National'Ion. Paul leaves Monday for that far on Friday night and Presbyterian" So Wouldn't You Really Be Better Satisfied
Guard on With
Training at Saturday morning/ we all Natural Gas In Your
Faith.
*ort Presbyterian Churcn Home?
Bennin/r/ Columbus Qa got up and went to the Fair
Mr and in -Rev. J. R. Neale :Jr.. minister
Mrs. Wm. D. Isen- Tampa. While "Hootch".
SHELL I ower's, Kue:.ta for several Sonny Jack. T. C. and Jeff I : Mrs. W. A. Wallace organist Let Us Make A Survey Of Your Needs Today! No Cost
f ; Mrs. Carl Swisher No
eeks Obligation.
Service Station will be Mr. Isenhower's took the races In Joan and I !

Oils Ister Mrs. W. B. Dunn of were left with a couple) summer organist.Sunday .
Cam Lubrication

Goodyear ROAD Tire SERVICE A.B&tterlea} tto Mrs.Wah.Ford Tenn.Hensley's mother 'hours exhibits In that which interested we took in Ofj e 11 Morning: School Worship 9:45:I 11 .a... mSunday. m. For InformationCALL Further:: NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT CITY OF OSCAR DAVIS

301 and IDA Stitrke. :rs. B. J. McQualg of John- 1 us. We all had a freezing h loura.j Nursery open both I 961-2351 STARKE Utilities,
in' and her aunt bed time. J
Mrs. Annie I Of special: ] Director

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kind we have. There I is a varIety I tn,. I Ih<' :Nil: UK, ,* it)I' |1111'. Slat' ,If ofMui Il',,. 1.1.,1 I III<111 i Kill. ., "I l'l/> II Plou 7 il.iv, iif l-'vliiiiui\ .\ I Ij I I'IDS.' : I
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lilti< I I'll : .dol"i I II I ti I tnt,1 I I" do "" IIII
for the ladles. Visiting INEWS I fllv'' IJ. 1'11'1'1 I I Nilt'ul'utitl'ItI ,I... I"I I,. ,JI" Oil,,,It'NM.,,, \\,11,!! 1.1. ,'11. I'll'l, I k (ol,I I II|"> (.'hi' lOot I'oill I
our offices may be klnda like And NOTES For Dimes March JS,!"i | HI.. Apl.. U I I. I ,j 11"1"0'' "HI ru, I'h,' 1"II 01 Uradluitl" I Count) l-'loi. '
: COUNTY visiting- the library. Come to .,-, :Nl'\\ <4.'h''M. L.tt, INtl, .IIUJV'u i r o I"IIIII1Id",1" lit I II"l ",It 1,1.1"I IiiI'iiI" 1.1.i"y. .
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see us.QB For Today's HomemakersBy .i Mull In itiulty r..t. diMiiii, li.ii-, ,'.l 1 u"t'.. ..."h IS ".,.I< for four. l ".'i.| uU i K-j 1 LSKA
PI'o"'ed"soring
Dimes workers.' 'ticc-ii'' f I ltil, walnut* 'U1'' i>" "'lI',l.t t II i I'"' t,....1'H 'In I ilu' Iliutllunl ( I': !I.)
YOUR kI $1 A GENT Club Plans I a showing of "What's .1.\.MKS. '; 1 I'. 1'AUUIHII I In I Hiultnvr I I'liiuiM, ,I '1'.h'I"h.Wll. | |I. I I iuifi.i: |"' I K Hhmv
It :Martha Sue McCain I New Pussycat" at the Florida iitiitiftl t'''"rl and, 1 UILUHC. ..'..-.H 'ni\ ,hanil, I uml,,, ( lit. .\11 II'l i ,"-\ anil' ,' '"111""'i.'li' t ul ".0\"'
and you art huri'liv" KUIIIIK] II' II I .I.I' *..llll, i''l,", t .LI :41,111, I \\1"', i I M.11 /I..'. l.'lin,., "1,1.tI
ri, Fund RaisingThe Extension Theatre tonight (ThurmJ.iy! ) ,, .,. K:,. III I III! .' /In'' II ;
County '.1 I, orilrri'd i ituiiI) i ii I Kl".101 I''"Ml t "Ill I I 1 I I
Home Economics at 7 o'clock.' Advance tickets Iii,. our/ ",'i'lIt'i n an 0:->v\''i' i iiltH
$ Finance Committno of \ Agent# are on wale by teenage/ Marchof nHim I ti DMi, '--Miii)1.1, fui., ,t,
%4- the Starke Quarterback, Club : .rs- DImes worfjera. Proceeds! NIl i 1,1 l ..MUHf. III.. I'h,< III..1,1.... "..l,. I li'imUtTHltfritMl ,
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met :Monday at the Starke .
will for the continuing ,
SPRING FASHIONS go ,,11 I( Ci'iii' t ut .siin''I.* I"I.i'I" I I
Recreation Department and the sprIng 1966 look is young. fight on birth defects, and, ,oil of hMoi, "> t II tit-, 1 III ',1,0\1 '
made plans for projects to Spring/ Is Just around the The fashion trend to youth other research by the ::\lm'chof Man-li." AH I I., 1'tiif ti.I'. ,in, i \ I
corner In Florida, and spring grows stronger and stronger II i (Oily i I I h..r' "mt Km; *< MI" IMItt i
raise funds for the ptirvhisoof : Dimes Foundation ,,, ,
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fashions are already on the but there Is fashion look, for
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Jackets for uthli-tcs lettering \\lin" ,.i' ,a-: I 'J Su"I' \
In basketball, truck' baseball horizon. everyone. u nt :Si" 11.*..t. Si.H, ,, I LIl'l'H, 'ul.i -i"
By4ff and golf. _The mood and movement of The youthful look is softLet's THE RIGHT POINT for the .1,1'!. lif"Inrr. **uhl l il.tli" it,* (', <'I'|'U"' <*
I.\ tin* I LHXVH ul "1"\,1.< i \' "'"'I'
George 'f. The Bradford Tornado State and sheer. ''Softer styles give a
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way you write. Come In and ,
Champ license plates will be flattering and feminine line
jIuggu'S sold for $1.50 instead of the CoCardethng : to the body. In many Instances seelect ynur favorite ESTER- --..... __"a_ ,--.- "' __

> previously reported $1. Joe waistlines have found
Bakktm member in charge of their natural place. Skirts are BROOK fountain pen. TELE 301DRIVEIti

PUBLICATION' is hero lime we do not realize maybe the license plate sale is now softly styled with greater GRAPH. RCAVICTORNew

again: I do not know how I they are several kinds of accepting? orders width at hemlnes. Garment I I
the bul- !liming materials. :Nick Crosby is chairman of Editor shoulders are rounder and
many publication'-! lly Hor\ey Sharpe i\ 'iUK i; < IIU'iir <'1)1 u'!r III"
Jctln, pamphlet or mimeograph -, Spring time Is coming. the G. F.. portable television Florida Agricultural Extension narrower. Tin': KK.IU: 'u .1 I IlleI.. 4 I in.I -

form.wv li.ive". avutlublr GROWING TOMATOES in Klve-awny project anothrifundraIsing St-MI'e Suit jackets! are still easy 4'11'1'.I .... II.OHIItV I INM Vl'IN ,II Open 7:00: Wstd'AltChannel
VUH 1I1I.\I"nIlU! fill
J for you.t'Jlcve t would be THE FLORiDA GARDEN is project nuw in and Indented at front somewhat CII''Io''IIIIC": \'.I'! M Show Time 7:15:
safe In Miyinu: that their] Is a brand new circular that tells progress. Some folks say that pedal- shorter than winter versions 1:1-0111:
5 or 6 hundred. Think you all about it. What variety pushers are garments that : Long jackets are out. j.inii. i I' cm" i ,ish)., ADMISSIONAdults ;\
over] and this do like? Is It resistantto bring/ out natural beauty. So Pleats and deep side center'folds rininiin.I I I(I IVt 75e :Students fiOc) TVW"'II"
1'lUst)\ list a few( \ II you Funeral SundayFor or ,- I lUVdltCKIn'iu :" ":
will also nive you a little. of wilt? If you want a vegetable !!: take this tip and begin!!: pushing I give skirts an easy swing II "iMirivh.IH, Children Under 12 Free

the vailrty we have. All these gardening guide ask for Mrs. BlackmonIn for azalea. petals If you Flared or softly gathered <> >iii: I '411','lllllltlliii ,, PU i, IU.... \'I'IDS> I -. ....,. -W"'II" .. liliP:" '-4
others I circular 104D. It lists more want to adorn your garden dirndl skirts
are ROOI now Many Hope ChurchMrs. are spring favor- .t\n O I'l'I': 'to i)r"i.M: I>
could list would be timely at than 30 vegetables and gives I with natural beauty. ites in both suits and dresses. -,- FKI.. $;A1'.. SITN.

another t-eason. about all the information you 1 Lillian Cowart Bliu-k- The big freeze In Januarymay Small collars draped neck- Feb. 11. 12. 13:
is short If you farm need for home gardening. have cut short the supplyof lines and rounded sleeves and ,'r-
Time mon. 72. of Hampton, died ] Double), Feature Program :: .
and you must file your 1965 GOODBYE MR. ROACH Is Friday Feb. 4. in a Starke petals armholes Bet a trend for FLORiATHEATRE --- ...,
Income tax teturn February a circular that gives you hospital. She was born in Therefore. plan now to display spring. : If:

15 is thr deadline! if you did names of materials and suggestions Starke on June 17. 1893: th' I the petals that did survive The fashion look, is a total I II MEET "il.4''' i I

not elw on or before January on the control of daughter of the late John H. I by preventing azalea look adding up to perfection, THE t L ; E' [ II l More People OwnRCAVlCTORThan j
of roaches In the home. flower spot. This 'beauty-klll-" frbmhe tJR'
17. to file a declaration estimated I- and Hester Pairlsh Cowart. : to toe. Contrast '
Poisonous Plants Around I Ilnq fungus can reduce a and I I- SPEED acxN J /: .
income tax for 1965. and had lived hoir all her mag- combination Is the story 111/I I : .
If you filed this estimate your The Home and Plants That i nificent display of blossoms for colors and fabrics as Interpreted Showtime--Weekdays 7 BREED I, ,I .,'" .. I
life. She was a member of the I ,
I Fal"J1Animals sure Into slimy mush almost Sunday 3:00. Saturday 1 I "', Any I"
15th. Poison a 'ii OtherTelevision..j
retuin is due by April First Baptist Church of In spring fashions. f I ,,, ,,,,.;
Farmer Tax oii'-jht! to be among your col overnight.The ORANGE PRALINE \ ;
We have a 1966 TOAST : I
Hampton. FRIDAY SA'I'TRIAYFebruary ( ,
Guide Lot of good information lection. Surviving are four daugh-I first sign; of the diseaseis Toast and butter 12 slicesof : /, :" .
11 12
in it. even for last minute Thinking of pecans, you ters, Mis. Thehna Hall of small water-soaked spotson bread. Combine two thirds 1LiE21': \\

reading. sure ought to get a copy of Hampton. Mrs. Alma Chapman the flower petals says Dr. cup firmly packed brown sugar Double Feature Program Jr. 4t \ I' III, ; I .

Next year your income tax the circular on Pecan Production Tumpa: Mrs. Janey R. S. Mullin. pathologist with one-fourth cup orange ,I ,

may be easier to fisuie If you and our bulletin on Insects Rowell. Gainesville: and Mrs. the Agricultural Extension Juice, 2 tablespoons grated .-.
keep a good record. There aie and Diseases; of Pecans. Wilma Stover Ormond Beach; Service.' Then a day later, the orange rind and one-half cup I t ; ''d :'- -, .::.:

certainly lots of record keepIng Now if none of the above are five sons. Carl, Leroy and blossoms collapse into a mass chopped pecans. Spread about '( \\ i'i .E."M

systems. If you\ are not all interesting1: you might like to Harold Rhorlen:! all of Hamp- I of slime.\ 1 tablespoon mixture on each.. S' "'\ .
/net up you ought to Get one have a bulletin on Raising!!: ton; Arthur Rhoden, Palatka: You can prevent the fungus slice of toast. .Heat In 350 degree \\ /I ", ABINQTON
t\\\\\\\ 9arle CQ28S
of our Fiol ida Farm Record! Rabbits. we have it. You can and Marel Rhoden stationedat I from ravaging your blossoms oven until sugar melts. \ ...."',': I, .3.tub (overall dlag.)
Book.\ Select and use the section have them. I'll keep eating:: Fort Bennlng Ga. Also surViving I with a spray program af thlr- HOW TO SELECT POTS ..... :: 'i's 34 q.In pictur,* .

you need. There Is evena beef and:! pork and chicken. I are 35 grandchildrenand am or zineb. Begin the spray FOR YOUR PLANTSIf "" .=- .
section for record of the For use around the home 20 gieat-grandchlldren. I applications when the azaleas you are not getting the I "'& "IIIIN.It'

groceries your wife buys if you sure need to have a copy Funeral services were held start to show color. Repeatthe best results with your houseplants \\e\ The Proof Is in the Picture

you can net her to tell you I of our information on Azalea at 3 p. m. Sunday in Hope spray three times a week it; is possible that one 1h' b'wh'/'IZs'lI)1: )
how much she spends for groceries Culture. Growing Camelli&s Baptist Church with Rev. i during color season. cause is that you are not usIng Plu- I
and Poinsettia Culture. If you Merle Packham officiating I If you are thinking about the right pots. In select- .gDiell; ; ; I l'
televIsion set is an Important investment.That's
buying: camellias, select the: ing pots. remember:
Everybody buys some ferti have a Rose bush or a rose Interment was in Hope Ceme- '
I varieties you want while Kinds. Pots and combina- 'why should take time to before
of you compare you
lizer. You usually choose a garden, your source complete terywith DeWitt C. Jones I '\ aIUROLD.cnsts
LuNa*
product because of some qual- information is our bul- Funeral Home in charge of they are in bloom. To see the tions are' classified generally i buy. We invite you to compare RCA Victor againstall

ity or brand. Bulletin 177-A letin on Roses in Florida. arrangements. flowers At their Sunday best according to whether they are I r"I\ others. Compare the picture-compare sound
II vim! a camellia show and of COlORSCOPE
a porous or nonporous ma- I. C
named KNOW YOUR FERTILIZER and
home
Every gardener 'TBRLLIIU
and too. Dollar for dollar find!
cabinetry you'll
will help you under- commercial vegetable grower make a list of the varieties terial. Red clay pots. the type j su.,1OG, BOAlS "ICIW

stand what you are getting. ought not to be without a C'\II. roil iiiiii, that strike your fancy. Thenit most widely used are, porous. I !FF .ADA S, RCA Victor is your best television value.

Another one that is 3 or 4 copy of our vegetable Insect rlty of 'Hinnplon, ,,$ I IH ,itii'lvliiK I will be easier to make up that is. they will absorb mois-
old. bills( mi ii|>,i'io\lmnti', ,'1% 1 1DIMI.. ) r..i| your mind on what to buy ture from, the-'011. Because of As Little Per
years but Is Bool( : Is called and Disease Control Guide. It .... I I.n COLUMBIA' COLOR I!
mf MUi'U I ilk IlinniriK I "MUM" i Southern when you visit the nursery this evaporation 1- "llI- $
occursthrough
CHICKEN MANURE. Gives gives you the crop most common It. It i iKlit ir uanorth& ( >. $& ..."'"' $10.
4 As Month
Now is the time for
plant the > :
information on preservation insect or disease and the Bill"') to juuitloli' or S. I II :221 J: I pot as well as .-.. .
:
ing transplanting. Here from the : : .. '. ..
or area soil #I
value and disposition. suggested best material for and I K.SiliMiIUH surface the soil I'... (.. ," .f
\ are t.. In' :'I I r"1wl.h few pointers to remember.The dries out \\ l.... ..{
fairly rapidly and \\UYEARSACQ. \ ::i' TilE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS
UME::' IN FLORIDA control.. Also suggests the an, $P.I Inhen, thlt k. I I II .. .. ." )
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CULTURAL Is AGRI-I I number of days to apply before I CmUiu't It. l Koyi'w' nr submit root systems of any plant frequent. watering,Is,necessary.No'riporoiis ._1 I u YEARS rq ill)., ::'J.
Mils tu Oily ul: Hampton. I Uo\. should approximate the top lit pots and plant- ) funny
harvest.
cause we sure need I o. We Do Our Own Financing
IS. volume; therefore, the tops of ers include those made of ,. IZ
lots of lime. When we say These are typical of the :2/10 II :33IT'S j I :>> : movie
should
plants be reduced In plastic, glazed ceramic. glass + I

/I most cases. and metal. Less frequent I you bet it is! i I WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.
L
-L- Conifers are the exception watering is needed because j

t.hpv_n. _nf__'pH__ _not_H >_i*_' _nriinurf______. I soil does not dry out as quick- | ,I 2:11: N.': Tl'l'I'pleH Phone OIU-OiU( ;:
The bare-rooted' plants are I I Jy as it does in a porous pot. '
hardest! to make live when I Also available are I

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shifted to a new location. Ing plastic pots. seJt-water-// ,- --'- '-" --- ---T. "- 'r.e, -
ILLEGALFor S 5 ','I 5'
Balled and burlapped plants Plant experts 'tttae T '4' '

usually suffer very little inI agree that the kind of mater- II? 'w
If like I
I lip transplanting process andit ial a pot is made of does not, you going ", ? ..

l.s almost Impossible to have by itself affect the health or r4BARy > "first class" you'll like this -< .
anything but a green thumbif (growth of the plant. However I'"I / .

Any Person or Persons to Engage in you transplant a shrub they stress that a pot should SULLIVAN SMITH-CORONA Traveler.

from a pot or can. have a drainage hole or holes
Regardless of the type of in the bottom. Proper drain- I

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless root system you plant be sure age Is essential for good plant I ,

to settle these underground health. It Is usually difficultto

parts with a soaking-good' Judge the exact amount of
supply of water. 'I water to SUN.. MON.. TUES
The Name Is RegisteredRead give a plant and
The planting schedule also over-watering often occurs. If Feb. 13. 1 11. 15

includes roses. When plantedIn excess water drains out of the .
Frbiiiary rose bushes will, pot. no harm Is done. I file It Fiercely Lives Again I

This Florida Law not sprout until after frost' sure. though to empty drained ...the Lusty World .

dangers are past. Planted water from the saucer oftheWarLord1! .
rarlier. rose sprouts may get shortly after watering) How- .f I I

nipppci during: periods of low I ever if the container has no
:... "It. shall be unlawful for any person er yeramu, M defined ..*...... I.engage t tern poi'attires. holes excess water collects at CHARlTON'Q

/ in business! a? herein defined under a fictitious( name an herein defined Water newly planted roses the bottom and creates a "' .. '
at )least! once a week if rainfall swampy condition that may _
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered wtth the Is short and be ready to damage plant roots. RICHARD _

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business spray or dust to control black The size of a plant's roots

Is. wit,. registration shall consist of filing with the elerk aforesaid an affidavit I spot disease as soon as the determine the size pot C needed. I BOONE

signed! by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of bushes control sprout.To .this fungus diseAse When potting 'roots must fit ,
comfortably In with
Lll those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest that shows up as black about an inch of a space pot between *

of each. and the fictitious name under which said business Is carriedon. lesions on rose leaf margins, them and the sides. J

Said registration" may not-be made until the person! or persons desiringto try one ounce of Captan along Generally a plant Is repotted I ;
with
\ a few drops of a wetting into size
a pot one larger
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or agent;\ In four gallons of water than the'one which it lisa

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four Apply the spray at seven- outgrown.

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as
I where said registration is to be made, and vM registration shall not be Bradford Lead
you want gladioli for .
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving= proof .( Easter or Mother's Day, plant Area In Sales 'CLASSIC8 f ;

such publication. them now. Plant groups of Tax Increase ;j' i
forms every two weeks from 1. SMITHCORONA'tf'
now until warm weather' and ROSEMARY FORSYTH GUY STOCKWELl v by ....."."IIO..ct.;"
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Bradford outstripped *
:vou'll' spread your flowering County NIALLMacGlNNIS This broadshouldered portable! outperforms everything Its (/:Good Houttttwplrwj \) ''I

t If you are engaged! in business under any name season of the tall-stemmed all In of the its bordering percentage neighbors InCrease -- HENRY( WllCOXQrI"..?.... MAURICE E VANS If class. .It's handsome, versatile, easygoing and built for VV\? .,"iwiuiiii..li..:...jMrf".. yV ] ..
blossoms.: Be sure to treat the I extra duty at home and office. .
In sales tax collectionsfor
emma: before planting to prevent Wednesday-Thursday\ .._ .'W .. ..SYflS" *tt' ,. -, j
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January. according to figures ( .
other than your own, and have not had this name shaking diseases.them Treat In a paper corms bag by Revenue released Commission.by the Florida Feb. 16, 17 .. -. ..- 1M'r .

containing Spergon. -r T CHANGEABLE TYPE '. 40 optional special accents
Bradford collections tt C'
properly advertised and registered we will be should Dooryard citrus grower' showed an County Increase of 24.12 _ r and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custon ;
Inspect tr' for red
.es per cent -from $$20,422.81 in C4 ,_ j keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets..Wi I
spiders purple; and six-spot- ; \

J glad to give you all necessary Information as [to during ted mites cool and drY'other' weather.insects For January January 1966.Alachua 1965. to 23348.37 in L : j JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting fac. !

control, the !standby remedyis County was second ----.I tory-new precision and performance. :1*<(a-sj'i**<"*t !"* sA I

what should do.BRADFORD DN spray-one teaspoon to a in percentage gain with an \ KING SIZE CARRIAGE. two inches longer than most, for extra big
increase of 17.23 Baker Coun-
you callon:: of water. The clerk at ;
like charts and ledger sheets. ._
..' the garden center may have a ty showed a gain of 12.74; typing jobs, reports, *ji .MWvf ,?. ,

better suggestion. Union County 11.96 per cent; HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost. ,
Sulfur four tablespoons Clay County 11.25 per cent;
spray
1 I: per gallon of water and Duval County 4.72 per rnr""sc"COIIPO"T10 -.. COME\ IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL.

will kill rust mites and give cent. Florida, as a whole J.IEE THOMPSON -.
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you clean bright fruit. However showed, a gain of 11.64 per Only $
Mi COUNTY TELEGRAPH cent. "ReturnTrVotwThe S1P1.59
if you bebieve that russet I
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; fruits are' sweeter than. I Taxr

clean fruit. then delay the
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7SllCSA I
BROOK fountain pea. TELE-! BRADFORD
spray applications until COUNTY
you .. UUWIIc.l! TELEGRAPHI
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