Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03674
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication CalablMif'' It 1879

ArrivesA VOLUME; EIGHT" -SEVE ST\JtKF., J'lARlh).% .IIHIM\V.. ; int.: 17. 1HifI! M'MBKK: THIRTY-FOUR.
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new ready-mix concrete .... ,,.:. Starke Council Is ToldRevamp
plant with a capacity of ISO

yards pei hour will be In operation : .".,,: j"

Paik: within in Starke's the next Industrial two aTT ; .11 Ji:' : ".,".\\

eeks.. Accounting System
Initial employmentwill be u

about eight persons with a j

gradual increase to possibly

18 In the first year of operation ml.lrl') )prt-sldi'llt diaries lIa'Ioh.ft( ) Is nelcoiuctl" liIiiJiislrl.il ,> ,
Clerk Makes Retort
according!: to Charles 1'iirk; site Weclnesdny. iifterniMiii h.v t'liii'.iiln-r nfCvmmen Petitions AskExpaiid' City Fiery Coiislriictioii

I Chuck I Bailow. president 01 e manager I I' J. N'oMik.State .

Empire. the Conciete.company Inc putting of Orlando in- To Recommendations Of Auditor Bids Studied

tnp new Starke plant.

Barlow said that over i
period of two years' the company A roxampiiiK( t t j i acroimtinir I' \I I I I proci'tlurt) I and I financial On i 3 Schools

will Install equipment rpi'oriN! ( : to l bl' ('(liii pll'll'" l b\' September) "(0) was rec-

here. valued at $200,000 to Courthouse Site oninu'iidod( I to t the ;-ta; l'ItO coiitu-il I I I Tiie-iilay i niirht I! I I>yCit The School Board received

serve an area within a 20 mile ( \ Auditor:\!. I\Vomack) ( ) Jr.. ..Tai-ksonx;; (CE'A.
bids on the planned construction -
Lake indiu.s, Including Macclenny I I'ickintr at I the sKolelon of) t Ihf city''* financial .records I and renovation program

h'', Hawthorne Butler. Ke3'stoneJIel and In- Some 15 petitions are being circulated( locally bone! IV. bone Woniaek I Ii-i .t l'eI t the inadotiuai'ie! lor three schools: at a special
termr mtc points. "strongly recommending" that Bradford County's( I new d % lie found) despite) fiery:! protestations) from (City (Clerk meetIng Tuesday morning.A .

Althouuh' its primary: outputIs courthouse be located on the present site extended. Morrill:?\ I'lilwards.: A crnuilhich(I tilled tho t meeting Jacksonville construction!

ietdv-mix the company easterly or on another site on West Call Street. ."' I room to ("ipaiity) sat for more( ) ( I than I two liotirs while rompuny, Harris & Hams
I lie dork hit I back at 'irt."all.'I'I'i t the Inc., was apparent low bidderon (
v statement
will stockpile block at first Strong oppu"itiol1'lIS expressed l to either t the .so-\ \ ,\

and manufacture them here called Crosby cite or the American Legion site. _____ auditor made. I con-stiurtion and renovation -
Inter. ,',','i'ds I HIP books. I projects\ at Lawtey High
Barlow said.
The petitions have been Fl.ndsuit:i !) pveiy pn\ on
Starke will be the central hilled by a lai'te number of i i citizens Including: ,onecoul.thoust' : 1 inph) In\ Cie' niictitor's Tome I inonev' i'i'" it th-, School totaling $1 80,000; An-

office for the aiea which will .I :z:1: officials and pi\ '- "ol "n'linit) In till' council 'I t ii.'ut.. of Shirk1 I are bOIlI1.1. cleison Junior High. $100000;
and! Sout.hskle Elementary,
include a plnnt already In sumably\ will be presented at .-ll1nlo (1 nl I I this,; office." t '). u request,.1 additional I I \ < i.
operation 1 : Life Insurance \ ) ,- leroinmt'ndpd, thr SI 10.000. The company's overall -
In )
Palatka. and :
: the next. County Commission nepe.itcilv !stating Ih, 1
plants to be set up later In '. \ of .|ob di'.scrln-" bid on nil thee projects
consideration '
I ml'.tllI1'01'/ nl.iinifoi I I the I IitI cieq tint e
Lake I I ) for nil I I emplovt, a its $305.000.
City and St.Augustlne. Bid Is Accepted jmv
'rd.- ,'nlb,' pl.iCPd In no
Purchases Site :; Itiuul.. Depiirltnent liiHtiills culx-rt for III'drh..wlt'M' I I The petitions st.iti'"We. null's for till piihlllons with The total bid: submitted by
the undersigned busl-I Dr. York Cites tiiicsVnla'k() I Announcement of the gl$> lng uecess tu. (il.uit trout. Kdv-inls: 1..1.. | Kmitl. CouncilBids \ (chodilled! ; an 111// y Incrpasrs( An the four other companies bid-
operation "left Its '
By City tifwmen and Imciested cltirfn has "-imply) !\
here followed I I '\ est I lea! I Ion of! saving thn I .'1111{: were : Elkins Construction
a meeting Bradford 'v ,11'11b'hlnd.\ He snld
('f the Bradford ] of County I'e- Dangers Of 'ht. I b' inn do throiitch I th. Co., Jack! County Dsrlopment life insurance for I|I .-peot t fully : vut.s not licensing anyone i I I
on .t.llbl'! '..J1mpnt. of a ii'volvlnn' 140: Jacksonville CoiistructlonCo. \
\ Authority last. I city employees were opened I I 1. Strongly I lecommeni that Moral Erosion i I llIdlll'II'I!\ k RihvnnH.: .. of to finance .such plaint, $450.133: Triest Constru'tlon ,-
\\eek, when' the authority I I ,
dlshone.-t !but was :
Tuesday night and awardedto I the new comthrus( ; be located ., a tvntrnl shop) and !wnri t Co. Kpyston- Height!; ,
a(a reed to sell Empire two '
I : ...!' the Life Insurance Company upon the present, site expanded I Hie huts us I loiind tl1"III.I i pe and u central I I purch.isinu S3'l.8u9: )\ / () : and H. B. Gay Construction -
of thp '
acres( Industrial Parkat An arpenl) for styli irals.churches \Ills list Include I :
of at 84 cents
;"P. Georgia eastward, or Immedl-Uelv! ..; (' Co. Jacksonville
$250 per acre. I : :' per 1000. the lowest of six across Temple. Avenue Iiom' ( IUd paients to IflI I ItiMiffli'leiil, )ii-cord.sof. t tI"
( Hi1 hIlt RUltlr{ :: t'd Ihit :II $39:1.860.:<
The meeting! conducted by I I b.dc'prs: by the Stnike city I the present site north of an.lfarlriK I ill! a sonhp of old-fushlnn( clone" with rnsh on linnet
: y I tl-pn"iiit'r\ bp I hiredAt The hISS ftlso submitted -
ECDA chairman II. H. Everett council. I CAll Street. \ 0 h\l'\ In vounor peopln; wa I I IP" clerk's, of I lice: \ )< coitipa
wa< attend x olced by DI'. E T. Yoi k. Prodit one point \\ hpn Womnck' t bids! on four\ alternate pro
by members debt, .si'nrii.. \ of cheeks! ,
Based on units: of $1,000 I 2. Oppose the location ot( :, th' thnt nil II1111ty'uunl": ( I..ct.hlch. were not Included
Brvant Reddish. Zedra Hamilton \ of Aidiuultuie.\ at l'ccoi''sl'4)"ii.
deposited tutu l no
other. bids were: Life and Bradford County's new eowl- ''Unh't'I. in not'?I. lllw! up on tin1 billlnu I III itt,' nbovp figures. The
I Florida II i
and ErvIn Andrews ! I of 1111' \ < \ :
Casualty Company Waldo; house on eith"i' of I ha sit "i!I I I list nccordlnir, to informs Lint iilteinntrs" anti the bids on
Chi.Vtdnesday I :
Reddish and Hamilton votrd speech to the Rolal y ) oiflrt-.
fl I Peninsular Life Insurance I known as the CI'osbv site or I In I the i-leik's; i Utilities
for : \ : .uivpn him bv Supu( 1 pac'h, veieAltoinate: 1. spray: :
the proposal and Everett Co. Jacksonville.: 92c: Midland the Ameiicnn( Leulon: sits A luck of reeniils i <<< ,x-plalned that members C O.Trrwllleaar l 1)1'. York deploied the "1'1'0- I ,
) lieiil ) I th.' '
H.'si-ts 1 pioperlyl I
National Life Insurance( I Tlip heat proposal( wo-.iH: \ i l'l'tmtl'ri : i I \\ lluiiis & Harris bid: $3-
and W H. Maxwell tilt! of iLl flbie" which he
Co.. 98(': Blue Cioss. Blue necessitate the closing 01 :I 0101 I ovtns which he t.ikl would "Oscar. I clon'l! know why r>())0: Elkins. $8.580: Jacksonville -
hid been contacted an.1 I "nlcl i i'a'l threatening the very
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Shield, 80c; and Gulf Ufe Insurance Court Stieet rl10t of th ; i I piove the city's you lied like that: yon knowIhllt I Construction $6.247.:
they alto favoied it The only existence\: of this llitlOIVllh '"Innneiiselv, ." .
Co.. $1.13. courthouse/ and condemnation plcluie' I lint rlnht" Tempprn' Tlli-st" Stain I\ : and R B. Gay
dissenting vote was cast by I stnttsllcs showing ciimu\ -es- 'I I
Andrews who also In other action at the bud( ,I of busIness buildings! belonc-( incit'iislnu pIps nre tile, value( of the i i fliiietl\ 1 as B'wards; defendedhis ? I $5.800 Alternate 2, laminated.
opposed an lipi'i.illv innonuuuth!\ I II
eiirller. meeting: log to Lex 01'1'1'11n the adjoining I 11'1' plant. lIeWI'I'IsYKIf'In.. < .. office and tried to explain,I I plastic] rontins: Hauls & Har-
proposal several .six times last a
( as
. Billy Jackson chairman of Work to the east. Th:! I (.llier |iroiM i1118 i "which each poInt to the audience!. \ \'Is. bid $11.130: Elkins. $12-
j! months ago. .\.* new ready-mix plant will IUOK.. UfH'H Met up) unit In operation : the Businessman's Committee proposal fOI' the site on West I the population Hi1, siilcl history I nut lioill eui/lliill/.oil 101 lip accused Womack: of compiling I 109 : Jafksonvllle Constrnctioili \ -

' In the 1965 negotiations, th! here. of the Chamber of Commerce ,, Call Street WOII..! npcessltat1purchasing : records (that of Hi'1' 20 : IIJ- //I.". tin\ Incomplete audi I $::2.830: : TYIest, $13.514:

Development Authority hlid asked the council to consider I or coiv.'pinnJim I Continued:! On Pane Two I I oinnieiul.illiins( ) tlieie I tutu nt one point said/ lIt. and R. B Gay. $11.200.: Alter-

agreed: to sell Empire a site I making Couit Street just east several 1'.ldenollInr1udlnll\ i ,'hull-1', I ills)itiitioii of i"i '' I 11"It I CJ' lucked experlf-nce! Inmuni'lpiil nnte 3. hIghly reilstant. JOIl1'<

for $100 per acre but the action 1966 Election DataThe j of the courthouse one-way those of Mrs C. A. Knivht eo. I nccoiintlnur. lasting cnrpetlim, for school
I ICOIT'pany
was icscinded when the j"
KOlntr south Instead of north I i A nil L. H. Jennlnas The Commission I r--lwuid.s:: liiilsted that sufM 1'00"F.1kin, $13.800, Han-Is!
failed to )IM
exercise I The reason( cite:! was so crl"-: | ) decided' !last week nut ('lent .It''Ul. 'S lire I kept, !but & Hants. $lfi,000: Jacksonville -
option within the required qualification rcrlo-i: for fore the general election will Includt in .
er's making a right: turn POinsr to this site those .ml t the, iiurlltDr didn't i t n.slt J for ConstructIon $16.734.
time. Thi.s proposal met vigor- State offices. Including State he November 2. south to cross U S. 3>)1 selected for test b'.rlnll" du: "ipfiiijs/ I and I oveilookptl Tile.st." $17.000; and ft B. GavI .
OU! protests from J. M. Kd- Senator and Representative, OciiPrnl ElPTtion wl'.l: to "rost of demolition' I
I The ( would have a tiafflc light on ol I lC'ontinui On Pace\! Two I I Continued on Pane TwolBy I
wards. Sr of Bradford En- from noon February l> Njvembei i
runs be held on Tuesday. Call Street to help them rl'ms.Dllvel's buildings.The
Klneerinu Co.. a local firm al- until noon March 1. 8. lett onto Jef- '
turning petition! > do not ie' j
icady ensn-ied in the School BoardAii"poii
manulacture -
The qualification period fo- ferson now hay! no light t/" i forth \what 'the oblet-tlons! ae: j i

of ready-mix and con- County offices runs from I FFAer James Allen help them onto the busy 301. ,1 to the Cro hv site and tin: '
crete blocks.
noon March 1 until noon Jackson pointed out. Ampilcan LeigHn site both o' j
Eriwal'drhBl'ged> that the March 15. This includes state Seeks Statewide H. H. Everett chairman oi I I whlth were selected by tht Selected]

Industiisl I park property was and county executive committeemen Greenhand Honors the Bladford Development( ,;' Ccmml'slon: for test borln- .. : ;!-- }
bring sold Rt a "give-away and committee wom Authoilty. reported sale of The thin site to b" bored

price" to a film that would b"compptlns Bradford High FFA member two acres of land in the city's 'I the rltv owned playground

< with an established. en.The registration: books wMl James Franklin All"n son Industrial park to Empire property on W. Pratt Street V oc-S llool SiteThe

firm. clo e for the first pilmary n : of ;Mr. and Mrs. John, M. Allen Concrete Company of Orland > i en.st of the county jail (

Chairman I Everett maintained :;,01)( p. m rn Apill: 2. has been chosen. from the I :nt $250 p=r acre. E\eiett? said ) After thj ipsults of test -i

that the Authority was The last day candidates Urndford Chapter to compete : the Authoilty plans! ID: use th |I Irnney. honors have been made th: it'I'
Interested only In bringing\ contributions! be- l'Ollnt'ho,1, hoard selected n !site for the
may receive for 1903-60 statewide green I if the council approves ; Commission; Is scheduled U
II'W' In ustrial payrolls' into : :tore the first primary will b' 1 hand honors by his udvisor, to improve the remain I', make a final selection of / new I'ninn-I'radford, Area Vocational Center

UK coun'v' j April 27. I Paul C. Hutchms, 24 acres! of the paik so It wlit I -It I' Th 111 r.prrtv111 then ? a t 'pl'l'iall1l1'elil1<]) : I !.! Tuesday morn( in ur.

After the Authority rescinded i. The first primary will b? i Young Allen. a .sophomore be more attractive to: prospective bo appraised. and the owner With I I 1 little due,'us-iun u thu!

its $100 per acre offer of-i held on Tuesday. May 3. was named the outstanding Industries He lI k'j offeiPd) the appraised! fl'jure You |ut riin't .iisli I Iliose iliiiuh .iiic-l|. mil* un> .iimrimill. K;< i CMI u r I i-hosp tlv1 4i-arie! air-1 I' purchase the Conway properr

Ucla Is of Empire said they !' The 'last day candidates: may I /first year BUS vocationalagriculture ; the council to consider the request for their holdings. In tIleevent by with. II. ,I I I properly() "exriudiim, \ Liii'I upon' n motion tav n P Ha1!!

were coming to Starke because receive contributions before student in 1965 and anj let him know within an a-neement cannot he: | .\t.ij "r linnil.il: ( hill ly' ki-i-ps. i HUM. nulili., >.." I IliK; "fninpliiiitpil .. I lunch I I I t < loc.ition.t belong< ills t-.t I 1''lIdllll clear title. Funds toe:

they liked its central location 'I the second! primary will be I has participated in numerous a few months reached as to price" th ) 1."ld1"1'. ) ,,/ | "> rrpiiriliT( '' ultlcli I lh.<- city' council,,* n...c'eI l I tu 1111< \ Conv.w( :& 1 loc.itecl<> ( oft I'I till' propvrtv will bp budgeted

whether or not the Authoritysold May 18.The activities such as meat and Council agreed: at the ic- county then m..v leaflet toiondpmnntlr I ili..>\vn I tin* i i.rils of f'\I'r) tituly \\ln, ...pnl.iat. I'h,' tuii-liciiii- "". I I 1'1\' \ t"I'"'" Sf' ,'Ct: be'ilntl. tit'> I nom I the capital outlay fund.

them Its land. In recent second primary will beheld << land judging, this year He quest of Mrs Ruby Jjhns. tc }n proceedings;: < III ki-SHltiii' Tni-siliij,, nlulil.;I.I .\LI a.li... Hmke| lit I tinller 1 \ ii II''t. .Ih.hll.1 1,111', V )lil'ili! si('/html In'. $f3; i of the vocational-technical
weeks they reopened on Tuesday. May 24. Is competing now for a placeon take the .same pace at the which the \nlnc of the Iii.Ia : I ..... .., (tI)() "in anpioxim.iteX\ \ ) $1 I .4rf4& cell tet'" .
iiii-sti. ulmiit. t HIP. I'll||> 'i fin), ,inrliil) ; -'
negotla-j Pus r "iiH .
candidatesmay fipiniiiiiH, <> | last
tionswith the The last day his chapter's forestry team. Bradford County Fair for" dUI ill b" sot by the court. I ) ,.! .irie? 'I'lie) hiiiiil, cl'TkU-d' $.''J The $,25.01)0) allocated
'Continued on Page ) receive contributions be- I Continue--! On Pane Two I riM-iircletl, for |Hisl.'rll.% December'! lor the first phaseof !

i .1 ind cain! ill.'IC in I ,emintlii't( I' I i'1nrtls the tuUnlnu facility WitS'

I The lnl-rn.il: I ('nil t 1' ) I II Casey To Ask mode( available through hlih-
Experimental Program May Set Precedent I I Wnnin,, I II
[c-oiild be Improved.\ pr return I MOM bond money sueiliuM -

I Mild. and subsidiary I'I'C'/11/ '! Interest Bids bond funds and federal

I i Ifppt so the council\ will : funds, obtained: under the VolIonalEducational -

I I able to ti-ll, at n glance. \ I :, Act of
Misdemeanor Defense For Offered Here On Bond Funds
: Indigents: tills budgeted for nov I 19.:1.<;:

pi'O it'ct coinpnied to Ihl'. Casey said. the property will

cost. He said the Bun'mm\ < t ', StiulIll, ";$iijtI't\ Intend-lit Tom, ho purchased effective July 1

The recent reversal of the unlqueneiw and Importance of I must appoint an attoiney for fill! this need. men/ nor ot tense such aa Julia onmenl. for. IK limit. mi; set en b.'iokkpepini: ) ",'11'11111"I '(' 'uIMI'\' 'ii'l I 1'1 Tiii"-nv! I lie plans because nil of the funds forth

criminal conviction of a Madison the misdemeanor defense pro- all defendants In criminal The experimental programgot McDonald whu cannot affordto veals It .ItO SI-JIM i.ely no said 'piirchaspd by the city could\ I, "'"'"-"111111('1\.1.\ I nt? the next\ ,' county's vocational pro-

County woman by a federal gram being conducted in cases. The Florida Supreme under way In Bradford provide for their own 0 tthl'nev I thnt a 1"1'11". I ihaiK,, ) "..1 I will i ) ILSPd. .''- 111."I' mi' '?tm' III tin' Scluiol, JII'I.Vl're: funded:! for the up-

court demonstrates the Bradford County by the office Court interpreted this decision County last October 1 with According to Assistant . sin( h .1 niNilniifMtHiiwimlil I lie C1t'ciitii| I 4' ,1'01"I'I I .*it). thai, leqilP-tts. for bId.. {'()mllll: fiscal( year Construction \ (

of the Public Defender. to mean an attorney had to Shaw's appointment as Assistant .. Public Defender. Oene not bu dept iv.'ul. of. afunilnnenl.il found on the billlnu: of IntPi-evt I rnti-s" for the upxt, I on the new trainln.

The conviction reversed by be appointed only in all felony Public Defender. In milk Shaw the1 program nil* been i li glit i H ''lenieil. apeoimts Pni'tlciilir) inch ) ,III"I.t*">!r .err "! I 111.1I'h" : 17.1 I facility cannot start until

TheCommunity the federal court was that of pasest.. ing the appointment. H. A expanded, to Include the defense the ..servii, ui 1:0Iln".I. wheie \vns made of tho liirk. "f rf' ,' -ppt to I ho two I locul banks I aft.Jllly! 1 for the same 1'-

Julia Mae McDonald. who was Since the crimes with which CSrien. Public Defender. for (It some traffic vlola- the right to. cuunsel. It si'-n': "n- '.I'.ls of pnrtliil..I \pnym ntB 1\1.I:!" IIP bids
Bank convicted In Madison Countyon :{ Julia :McDonald: was charged the Kighth Judicial Circuit. tionM ulyo.i'Uhli| II test,) to one charged with n onelln<|iient accounts : \' Ih,' bunk. nn the (|iinrte-ly l lI The site agreed upon by the

at Stiirkc charges of illegal sale and in Madison[ County were misdemeanors said that In addition, to determining (' Defender Jreen believes felony for" whirh.. lbs pun jail'.. F.iWRI'rllClnld: / there I Is no \\'. I Iller!!" nites\ each: would( pay board Tuesday Includes two

And possession of whiskey both the court which (! cost and effectiveness" the, time Is not far, off I mont ninv be no more thiin ii under" the present system. < ,'I ( n t time deposit of the! $1.70.000 .- concrete block) houses and wa-

. misdemeanors in Florida. She heard her case did not appoint the program would also pro when the U. S. Supreme Court ypjir, unit, u dny." I how on I the blllina / ) which was raised originally priced at $83.000.

The Florida was sentenced to a total of an attorney to defendher vide legal representation to will rule that persons.. thargerl -I In line with the federal iip- n llitlnu of every pintlnl l : the "recent school b'lt ,'"..pnt negotiations by

Hank of Starke one year in jail or a $:;00 at the trial. Indigent persons. charged with with misdemeanors must.. peals ri>iirt's. rlerision., County m-nt on any --Inule utility Issue\ members of the school bo.ud

fine. After going to jail she Because.. she was not represented misdemeanors while the experimental &also be provided with legal" Judge: T A. Yawn believes.. \Voiniu-k 1'l'l'ltl1'lml'ncl"( I .at ri rut4'y tol i the M-hool< board I i with the owner. I.av Conwa1broiiuht '

Will Not Be Open withdrew her plea of guilty by an attorney the project was in op counsel. Such a derision by that 'nt i Ite (courts, .. will, eventually ,i-nt, rondols! tn, HIP collei, a special I nuvtinw! Tuesday ,I: the price down to

For IlusinesaTuesday and requested a new trial on woman's convictions on the eration. the high court would extend tin ye I to prnvlili lountel" of utility Hrrounts t ilnrp 1.1,. \ '! that the. fliit quar 61000.

the grounds she was indigentand misdemeanor charges were recently The. experiment Is financedby the "Gulaon Rule" to persons I!' for persons" rh.irKvil. / with nils- is the mnl'ir source( of '!\' *' I cr Intupst, of $0.375: on the Th bniucl temp i 0111\' deferred

Feb. 22Washington's without counsel. at the reversed by the U. S. grants totaling some 70. charged with misdemeanors, | demeanors/ Just us. for persons for the ,u'liv.Records <:
time of her arraignment and Fifth Circuit Court of Ap 000 from the National Defen- us well as felonies ... rhiiipreil with felonies In I I : of unpaid taxes 1 llIIe had been reinvested at 'I site under\ consideiatlon 183

(;eor/e/ trial. She also claimed she was peals.. der and with matching fund In the decision reversing ail'litlon t<> hiM reK'i'nr' prai- utility bills were found to : 75 per cent The bond ai- ides IOl'atlcoff: \ West Pratt

BirthdayA not advised by the court of The McDonald case vividly from state and local sources. Julia !cDonn Id's conviction. I, tire of Informing ejn-h, defendant t kept Improperly.Womnck on deposit: with the Flor I I St.. belonging to A. J Thomas -
her legal rights. I Illustrates! the. need. for an attorney Although the program;; has the federal appeals court stated :, of his rights when he appears also suggested... IBank and OIlY Andiews!\ The

legal Holiday( The county court was actIng to represent indigent has been active since Octoberof .. "''''e do not think I{ can i In court Judge/! Yawn :i the! flllnst system pn (' Casey said that when the I asking price for this piece of

In her case In accordancewith persons charged with misde last year few persons I be said! that counsel must he i plans. to mull to each defendant nn documents concerning I I
from the bond issue property i U S27:! 000
the Interpretation of the : meanors. It Is the purpose. of charged with misdemeanors appointed In all felony cases docketed for county court, recent bond !issue! could
Contributed (' received an Interest bid to )liSp
This Space Florida Supreme Court of the the local rnislemeanor defense. have sought! to take advant- but not In any misdemeanorcases u letter advising him of his.. Improved.: : that tieilorllc Casey said ho hoped
Weekly to Publicize so-called "Gideon Rule" or- decision -I experiment headed by Starke age of Its defending services. We were Informed by'' 'legal I rights..., along with the vpntoiipn of All fixed assets I 375 per cent win lecelved: all of the necessary plans, anti!,
the Florid Bank and the bid
Community Events by handed down in 1962 I attorney Gene Shaw to determine The project Is set up with counsel that one or more usual notice of trUl d Community by the U. S. Supreme Court.In 1 the cost and relative ef- the full co-operation of the crimes designated as misdemeanors I' In the County JiidKe's opinion pstablLshe-l over In,..- : I| of 3 per cent was received selected bv the first of Julysn

The this decision the high court i fectlvencHS of n full time mis- I local courts to defend any person under Florida' law the ,xpprlmentiil riiisde-,, ,items "" ) HIP phvsirnl \ \ !' the Community Bank. that cOIl'tl'1lrtlon. of the
I h hId "were on tune cl"- I '.1ld bejln
State Bank declared that state courts demeanor public defender to charged with mladc-, ma" be punished t b- ''npri t'C""tJl"''i"' I rp 1':' _". T' I. I I in. I \)... P.p.lie\ I "n'' ,.. trdt'i"rpni"! )
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Mr and:! Mrs E. R Smyth:
the state courts although perII"nN I want to study the report the job of keeping the city's Police Report
and son Rex of Madison:! N. J, 1
arrived Sunday for week's visit, Bids StudiedI charged with a mi.sdeimcunor .. more fully\ and I know other; finances straight bas grown Four Arrests

+ e r with her mother, Mra. Bertha I I could probably obtain I do too" 1 s.o great "it would keep one ,

Pearce. J a court-appointed attorney "We would be derelict in our man pulling his hall all day JBtarke Police report four

Mrs. George Roberts Jr is On Construction fioin state coach if they choseto duty if we didn't utilize this long." Clerk Edwards cannot arrests for the past 'week

visiting relatives in South I II appeal to the federal courtson report," Mayor Randal Chltty possibly do an adequate job Cases heard m Mayor's\ Court

GLADYS 3MOOTY I Florida.J. I \ a case by case basis.. But t said, "From all this if we with all his many responsibilities Tuesday night were:

Phone 964-0651 I W. Ritch was in Tallahassee ,1 I Continued From Page One] only u decision by the U. S I could,:! reevaluate] our system the auditor said.: Edwards! Geraldine Simmons, fight-

Supreme Court would make ." is also city treasurer. Ins, not guilty
on business Sunday $17.270:! Alternate 4, tinted '
:\&. and Mrs Gilbert GoUl- sMi', and Mrs Hen Hall and I] and Monday. the appointment of counsel in Many of the 30-plus citizens In his letter to the council, Cornelius Bass Jr., fighting
I at Anderson Schoo;. j!
wire1 have moved from 427 ,T*, Mr and Mrs, Sid Stanford and William Hilliard of Marclenny gray !glass i misdemeanor cases mandatory rind officials in th? audience Womack stated that "all of fined $27.50.Odell :> .
Cherry street to their new family spent the weekend, at and Mrs Louise t.lktns.,; S1.H25: Harris & Hal It this happens, the infor- expressed opinions or asked the above revolves around the! R. Hennles. failure to

hornet on Mimosa Drive. their camp on the O'hlawahllRlve.r. Stilckland. Mrs. Lucia Thomas rls. $1,860.: Jacksonville Construction iiiitlon, and, experience, gained questions concerning the city's.inanrial availability of a knowledgeable ] have vehicle under control
:itr and MrsI, W: WOO&'. $2.090.!)! ; T. test from! Bradford! County'8 PXlioi -
and Mrs China Faulkner | $1-1 condition. Including person trained In ac- causing: an accident, fined
540 and n. B. Oav. $2760 be
: will
and family of Lakeland were Dr. and Mrs. J. W. th..watr"I inripntal program and councilman ,
Hayesof of Starke wen admitted to I former mayor counting and financial management : $27 SO.
The board took the bid i
viHi )ng Mr and :Mrs J. S Jacksonville were visiting Doctor's Hospital thU week ; invnlurtble. Billy Jackson Holiday Inn ." Lillie Mae Hood, public Intoxication -
under t ant! told
V,otxU on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Hayes Mr and Mis Geortte
:Atr and Mrs Bruce Mathews (injjilirty){ icpscsentiitlv's present I
on Sunday. 1 Trustee J *wHt Fogg Development -
Bishop Jr. and! Mike of
: son. 'that
a decision w mid ft I Account
end family of Gainesville! wereS.'illlrd.xy System
Mr. a.ndIrs: T. H Slade Commission Chairman
Jacksonville crave: a SUl'prl'H'blrtbjay mad!!! niter further study I TRY
evening: super guests returned Saturday after at- H H. Everett and C of C
Feb 1 honoring
party on ]Bmrd member R P Hall])
and Mrs. Garl Mathaws.Jr .
tending: L I'. Cilia conventionsin i :Manager Pete Novak
and, Mrs, I. H Hazen Lansing Mich. and Toronto, / Mrs Di.hop's pointed out to the board thai Needs Changes One spectator near the close
aniL. family of Jacksonville Mrs A B. Whitehead the bias:! were some 10 to 12per
Canada last week. Those enjoying this 81"j S. D. Goodman of the meeting stated: 6:1EE.C Hie KEN
cent higher than
VIsited Mrs A. E. :McKinncy expecterand
Mr. andII'S:: Robert Tnnncr were Mr. Whitehead : I I (Continued From Paae One) "The clerk Is Just defending:
that the board already
was -
on Sunday I
of Baldwin were visitingMrs. lotte Whitehead, Mr and Mrs Announces For himself! as any man would do.
Mi and Mrs JC. E. Smith J. H. Fields on Sunday on a pretty tight bud- others He said former tits although; he could have doneit
A B. Whitehead Jr. and son,
of Wllliston were visiting Mr. Mrs. Jordan and (tet.. luditor\ Osor e Dandelake had ,"
George In a different manner PRESSURE FRIED
and Mis Mark Jackson! and Mrs. C. A Wade of Alma, Ga Allan and Charles The board then authorize School Board ,commended his office.
the facts there theycan't
Mi md) 1lrsV.. T. Jackson were Sunday visitors of Mrx I and his flnancec Jacksonvll'e, Mi.stJean : architect Don Morgan\ to start Womack temalnej calnr! "If be unfair! al"Th! auditor Boxed Chicken TENDER .
and 11'111)' Sunday.: Ben Faulkner and Mr. and I Tyink. nnKotlatlons with Harris d I !Sccber,\ D, Goodman, Starke throughout the two-hiur: ses- have to ask Served with French
Mi, i ,r11'8.! : J C Sony of :Mrs. Paul Faulkner. I Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miw Hants regarding! plans anri'peclflcatlons businessman and present mem- ion but the clerk and mem- should not anyone DELICIOUS .
the facts should be Fries Cole Slaw Hot
\1\.1.i .' iillc, N C were recent David Trozler of Boston, I Lillian Stump attended a for the plannpd! ber of the City Council" announced ,era of the audience at points anything" / ,

visitor of Mr. and :Mrs: M :Mass.: was a weekend guestof I family birthday dinner at the building projects yesterday us .1 cundl/ shouted fiery reports at each there, Coates stated. Rolls>
B. mil-til, Also visiting UmJonlari Mr. and Mrs. Herbert home of Mr and: Mrs W II In other action: date for School, Board mem l ;ther remarks. Jackson, operator of a local

-. thii week was their Thomas. Mr. Trozler, Kath' I Thomson in Montlrello Tuesday -i' The board Issued a call fc': bar' District 5. Edwards: .su.cl. he had reQuested trucking firm, asked If the i.io Bucket Chicken9PCS.

grandson Bill Price, of Branford leen Thomas, and Candy night. Mrs. Stump went, the submission of pioposec1 In announcing 'his candidicy means to install amore council knew as much about

Woodburn went ice skating at on to Otlilochnce, 00Ith sites for a new elementary :Mr.: Goodman said he compjet.accountln t the operation of the city ai CHICKEN

MM Jeff Paulk and :Major the Coliseum in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs John W Oiiffln 1 school( In the Hampton area i would not be a candidate for svsteiu. from the council but the owner of a private firm Box Shrimp /i Pt. Cole Slaw Hot

John Roberts Paulk of Pearson Sunday afternoon for a ten day visit with a minimum of 10 acres '' ,re-clertlon to the, City Council lad been refu ed. He cited u> would his business Served with French ItCJJI Feeds 3 to 4

Ga were Sunday truest Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cronk- Local admittances to Brad up to about' 20 acres Platts lit the expiration of his an example the property Inventory "Shouldn't they know Fries Cole Slaw Hot Hungry People.
of Mr and Mrs Dave Paulk hite and family visited rela- ford County Hospital this : or maps showing available'! present! term.A the council Just weelu\ more?" he persisted. ,
Mr and :Mis.: Mead( Lewis, week, indudMrH: : Gmcit'i sites officeof of Rolls>
tives in Tampa over the week- I can he left In the lifelong resident ago \gave! him p rm.salnn; t "Yes repiiecl Womack $
and son visited Mr. and ::Mra end. Knight of Orange Park, Mrs County School Sup rJntcn-:: Sturhc' the 44-yej r-olil councilman carry out He was refused "But you have to be practical mfm +9

N, S. Dankel in. St. Claud, Mr. and Mrs Roy .J, Andrews i Mae Combs Macclenny-: *, enl Tom Casey and businessman Is funds to carry out the? ....ro- These people are not full tim $1.25

and attended the Gaspaialla and family of Jacksonville I Minnie L. Johns and:! Mrs; i Casey told the board that t married" to the former Eloise tort b?ro'e: Ed: war-s said employees. You work all daylong

in Tampa last week. were visiting :Mr.: and Betty M Hayes of Hampton: the county .school system; had Plckren of Hampton, and they After sitting thrOugh more at your business and

Sgt Jerry. Lawson and sons! Mrs. R. O. Dunsby on Sunday. Mrs, Rosa Sibley. Merle L ictelvetl $5000 worth of maps have three daughters He is a'' than an noun of tin verba: probably stay awake at night Tub Chicken Barrel Chicken

of Orlando spent the weekend Mrs J. W. Kin en Id, and Mis.: Packham, Mis Judy Laxvicncj:: i and !globes frnm the Elementary member of the Christian barrages which Chairman Car thinking about it too. But I 1S-PCS.; CHICKENPint CIIICK.EN

with Mr and :Mia Ewell Law- 0, L, Beasley spent last week and Paula and Donna Glover] Secondary Act tinier:! ) Title Church! American Legion, 40 I Hurst allowed to flow freely the council because they are Cole Slaw Hot 21.I'CH.1
son. Keystone Height: Mrs Wanda 1, which have alreAdy been & 8, the Allied Gasoline: : Rc- even'' Pt. Cole Slaw, Hot
with Mr. and :Mrs.: C. C, Hoppein Chamber of Commerce ManaKer not full time, needs an Rolls Feeds 5 to 7
Mra Kate Sheppard of Tampa and attended the Johnson, Raiford: Mrs, tilbut'd(( : to the srhooHMis tnilers Assn. and The Quartet I Pete! Novak said: more complete audit report Rolls
Gi vie'.ting Eliza Mae K: Mid?lebun: presl-I I j Hungry People
Brunswick was Gasparilla festivities. rsey. "/ OPOI-EC Brown, buck Club. : "I cannot sit tiers!! and set than you would sn, they can
Mrs. Edna Hirt i, over the Mr. and "'frslI1ton:: Hart- Mrs. Floiine Becket M-lros"], : dent., and Mrs J, A CM 1st- ::'wtr, Gooilrrm.i has been In this kind of thing continue' pick up the facts at a glance" $5.25

weekend. They attended the zen of Orlando visited their II nnd Roger Dale OiiffU and inns treasurer of the local i the servk-e station business In I It's a personality contest. Th' Councilman Huby Johns; $3.75

Delta Kappa Gamma meeting parents. Dr. and :Mrs.: F. E. I W, H Nollmnn of St.ukeMis chapter of BPW Clubs; ap- Stirke: for 20 years and feels council hired this man to do asked if the new al'ccunthwmachlnt.

In Mncclenny Friday night. IBollinger. on Sunday.Mr. Erne Wilmot and ppflmrt before the board to that his business" eXJ.rlent'ewl1J 'his Job and Im complete!: .' could be utilized,
Mr, and :Mrs. Mark Hrlonj! Mrs John Simpson of Jacksonville French Fries- 25c 50c 75c-$1.00
and :Mrs: W. W. Sellersof l III'e'll'l1t! some bumper stickers help him in serving/: the embarrn.ssed. more, and, in closing Womack:
of Jacksonville were visitingMr Burlington S, C. were Sunday were visiting their readlnqt.' "I'm driving/ defensively county'H. needs on the Board l1 I After the words had flowed replied: :
:: and :MrsV.. F. Herlongon "I// to Tuesday guests of Mrmd -are you? to be usedon 1 of Public Instruction. for almost two hours Chair- Yes and I beg you to I
Sunday. :Mrs. Claude Ciowon. Tuesday school buses> in connection I man nu,'&t commented: establish a complete set ot ''I WHEN YOU ARRIVE-PHONE 961.6111
Mr and, :Mrs August Grau- H R Riteh of Palatka Wll- -
j i
with the
1111111.11 club's
Mrs. S. E Simmons of safety campaign "The I lecommendatlons o'the
accounting records this I
don and :\Ir, and :Mra: Hank )Ham Hoffman of Jackson'meIand sponsible for the "moral erosion" and:! '
spent the weekend withf"iend3 auditor cannot be acted] machine will d'. 1 I- I' TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVEINNAcross
Graudon of Utica, N. V were Frank Murdock of the I however, he said, ana
Architect .
Morgan said work
and relatives ( on tonight, but they car: Before he finished Woma;k '
Tuesday and Wednesday Florence J. Thomas of Lake City VA Hospital were on fie! planned! addition and I culled upon patents and all .ilnlv) arc" (fool for thought also suggested that a city''.1 From Holiday Inn
Mr, and Mrs. Fred adults to set better exampleof I
guests of admitted to the Starke a
Gainesville was a weekend NUl's-1 novation projects at Lawtey I've learned a lot tonight, and: treasurer be hired lIe said I,
UrauUon. guest of :Mrs. Eve Baldwin, I in/{ Home this week. IIi"h, Southside Elementary: individual conduct for( .

Mr. and :Mrs.: W, N Barry :Mr and Mrs, Fred Bt'Il1'ettl| Mid Anderson high would be young young people to follow ( d
uslted Mr and Mrs. Billy > The speaker' was Introduced
Sr. and Mr. Barry Jr. of completed within 180 calendar -
a d berry were visiting Dr and I, Moore and family In Madison days from the date tlv. by George T Huggins.

Mrs. A. .1, Barry over the I over the weekend. i iI contract Is let

weekend. Mr Barry Jr. at- I Mr and Mrs. Carl Sewrll | The construction and: renovation City Awards

tended the Santa Fe Regional I were In Tampa, Saiasota, and i'I I projects at the three

Library Board meeting while \ Orlando last week on b'A"II schools was originally; ] estimated !- Life Insurance

ness at $342,500, which Is to
here.Miss: :Maria: Moore, who 1 Mis Irma Netherlanrt Mil be financed from lace track
made the Dean's List at FSU. j I return to her home in Louisville revenue certificates Continued( from Pate: One) u

home for the weekend.Mr. On. Sunday aftr a
I i play that the city Used lags i
It :: and, Mrs F., P. Boland month's v1slt"Wlth her son-in-
and family of Athens, Ga. 1 law and daughter. Mr. and Cement Plant year.Mayor
Randal Chltty re-
were visiting her parents, Mr. Mrs. Ben MoxleyMr !
and Mis Robert Hoff- polled that rspiesentatlves
and Mrs. H. L. Speer recently.
Mrs Bess Terrell of Farm- nnd daughter, Pepa of St : Arrives HereI from Florida State Universllywho .
to make the city'
ington Conn is visiting her Louis Mo. are guests this i are rt4 v

TWITS' OVKUS4WH. brother, J. T. Quigley. week of Mr and :Mrs" Bill I, pay and position classification + r ?
will ba in town to me ,
SERVICEIn / General and -Mrs! Louie Graham i I From Page One
with officialn xt ThuisJ.r
Wadsworth of Live Oak andMr. i Martha and :Mal ilyn Bollinger -
and Mrs E. L. Matthew:; I and:! Josie Stilckland ment on price.Chamber February 24, The meeting: { dNc
slated in th" hall, but M ,
Auto Service, Its, The !H.- were In Winter Haven over I were I Ice skating at the Colis- of Commerce i I' ry 1
manager P. J. Novak predicted time was announced.A .
the weekend to attend:! the | cum in Jacksonville: Sunday i
tall. That Count. Ue Know Press Breakfast afternoon. this week that other Indus loading! zone was grant,

Mr and Mrs. C, S. Haddock B1U Newton of Daytona trial developments will follow to the First Presbyterian

Our Business.. Df'IH'ntl'f] 0 n and family visited Cape Ken- Beach was Monday evening! In the wake of Empire's location Chuich.
heie "Bjsed on a number -
nedy on Sunday dinner guest of Mr and :MrsHerbert '' "
lour Approval. of factors. Novak said,
Funeral services for MisVlma : Thomas
I "we can expect the location Misdemeanor cT'
C. McLendon, 84. were Mis: J, T. Pollard was! in
HURST'SSEgVJCE of at rant three
light industries -
held Monday: afternoon In Hattlesburji, ML s. last Wed
I II Jacksonville, with Inteinw.t, nesday to Sunday where she 1 here os a lesult"

I In Evergreen Cemetery She attended the funeral of an'' Empire has just completed Defense Offered

Phon 964 6111 was the mother of R Paul aunt, Mrs Jake Knight on Its contract for" supplying rea
I McLendon of the State Faun Thursday dy-mix I about 28,000 yards!
J i I 1101' the new State Prison reception fContinued from Page Onel J :

center at Lake Butler.
meanor project la
,I The equipment being set up worthwhile program. He points very WITH EACH Limited I
on a permanent basis.: out that the experience and
nccoidlnu!! to Barlow, is the Time Only
I Information {gained. from theexperlm'ntal
plant that was used in Lax.-: 8-GAL. GASOLINE PURCHASEOne
Butler, program will be
4 I1 of great value when the appointment -
G 1 Emplie has been In the of counsel for persons -

( 9 9I concrete, business in OI'land"l)I charged with misdemeanors Beautiful Libby Glass

Wy for 15 years Barlow la made mnmlatory, Judge

I o RFpR/Ce/ IS NO NANt (APi will carry a full masonry line Yawn's opinion is shared. by

in Starke, Including brick,I many attorneys anti other
;ttecl. block, and ready mix Judges In this area and

He expects to start throughout the stile.:
turing blo.ksvlthlu manuf.1c-1 TUMBLER.
In handing down the :McDonald : -
I three months, decision. .. the federal

appeals court rejected( the socalled -

York Warns .serious! offense rule"by

which the Florl.li! Supreme

Of Lax MoralsContinued Court held that counsel need AT' -
appointed only in felony

cases, and noted "that a per-
( from Pane One] son would be as effectively

(urent civilisations! that have deprived of his liberty by a
sentence of a year In Jail for Crawford's
"existed; on Earth 19 peilsheJ'became Rudolph
PET IN ON THE HUN FOR THE BUXCKSM of evaporation of be- the crime of nonsupportus ,
by a sentence
lief from'ithl11" rather than to a year In
jail for any other crime '
from outside forces
uiclcSpecia1 The appeals court added that
1 Dr York attributed much of I "the constitution draws no

the present tiniest among )[ distinction between loss of

I youth to the fact that they I' liberty for a short period and

t an Influenced by example.: ,!, such loss for 11 lung period

"They see Federal court o4'rtw However, the! appals. court

openly defied by those decision is not binding, upon
I l practicing civil disobedience

tM\ this tends to create genera '

"\ !,j disobedience." he anti: TilE HUADFOKD 301 North ; ; t PHONE

''TliP* bee; cheating In
&government Temple Ave.
and business then COUNTY TELEGRAPH( .964.9621

trnnslntp this Into cheating In Published every Thursdayat
the .classroom! ,"
138 W. Call: St.,

.nut..1u/.i'u ......,., .101 t l prl,:ffw'' Special V 02'dr,coup Met' 'Inoladw' FfJOial, Cielia Tox tuggstlvd dal'.r d. Dr York said there is a Starke Fla. 32091E
lasts ana nandl iy chwaa(VuwpixUtior\ cri i0l,uctwariic,oU....optional' 4.lpm.nl,State. And .lain l WN.dd'aQNt/. /. trend to rebellion against: !
L. Matthews, e-litor and:
authority, and a scoffing; at
the old-fashioned virtues of publisher

Compare Special's looks and performance with anything else In this price range There.; honesty loyalty, patriotism. ,I Second class postage paidat ,
You really can afford to own a BuicK. In fact you can't afford not to. See your Buick and thrift, He said many Starke FU.
dealer now while he's (fn the mood to give you the very best deal in town. Hurry.(, schools are too lax In their restrictions SERVICE STATION

Subscription Rates:
on students, allowing -
&3r Bee your local authorized Buick< dealer Ba young people freedoms In trade area: $3.50:> per

t that they are not matureI! 1 year; $2.00 six month Bradford County's Fin est In Every
? enough to understand and:! do Outside trade area: (400 Respect'

uoue not actually want per year; $2.25 nix month
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Sweetheart BanquetAt Girl Scouts Attend -Impulsive actions IIOW TO STOP TilE HOLLY: : faster when the weather is F

Attention seeker Give him as good as you cold and insecticides are not 44e
Madison Street Senior DayIn Quick temper get. If you can't do it alone, |II as effective. These mites

91- Baptist Church GainesvilleSenior
The two greatest factors in to mom and dad. At school that week of very cold weather -

The young people and Intermediates Girl Scouts of the the make-up of a bully are: consult the principal In the +

MOOTY (,1 the Madison Gateway Council attended A Resentment. of authority and I community talks to the police. Two materials are good. Insects r

I Street Baptist Church. were Senior Day entitled ODTAA. fear of weakness. \\11Y AM lion: DO I are sometimes pecullai!
Phone 964-0651 The bully Is mast! rewarded III'I-IJKH DEVELOP
guests at a "Miss America on Saturday at the University end may have a little resistance
Sweetheart Banquet" Friday Inn Gainesville. when he can defeat someone Two things will answer to one material. This\

Woman's Club I Little Women night at 7 o'clock in the educational Throughout the day they weaker than himself or do why. FIRST, the bully develops being; true Jim Brogdon suggests -
something for which the. proper resentment and hostility because -
building. enjoyed several talks on such that we ultimate with
Hears District Plan Benefit The banquet table was covered topics as hair styling, bicycle authority involed does he has been allowed, the the use of Kelthane and!

Director in white with red and safety and cosmetology. They nothing. expensive privilege of "get- Phosdrln. If these spider mites
Speak For Dimes DriveMrs. This teaches the to with
bully ting away" his harmful
blue streamers down the enjoyed a tour of the University get a head start you ma>'
length. interspersed with. of Florida. campus, a. despise authority and hold actions. SECOND, because he reed: to spray a couple of
Parkison of the
Mrs. Ralph talkedto
I V. J. Spengler weakness': In contempt. Success Is afforded the privilege of living .
Jacksonville Beach Woman Club on Barbie dolls l.i: queen robes[ fashion show with girls mod times at about a our day: Interval -
Little Women's
feeds his
and mnkett in
ego a has
society :a
candles in crown holders and:! eling their own creations, a I Then all insects shouldbe
Club and District Four Director of Dimes show- him
the March and more belligerent. I double Met of standards, "Don'tdo
camellias. The programs were buffet luncheon, and a hoot- held under control with r
of the FFWC to
guest entitled
ed film "Stranger as I do, but do as I say." '
speaker at the Starke Wo) the World" presented by the in the shape of glittered nanny. an application every ten daysto ,

man's Club meeting: Wednesday local chapter of the March or crowns of gold. The throne The highlight of the day. two weeks. Inspection with 'II .

afternoon of last week at Dimes foundation at their loom decorated with hearts was a talk and demonstrationon open eyes is your best guide.
the club house. February meeting Monday and cupids and the throne! ( was the art of self-defense Judge Patten Alternate with Kelthane an
draped in royal blue. given by Captain Roberts of Phosdl'ln till picking time: I
The program was under the night in the club house. M-s.! I
Home Life Department with Spengler! was introduced by Contestants for the Miss the Gainesville Police Depart- AnnouncesFor WITS COUNTY I After harvest has!! begun, continue Ossie Norman

Mrs. George Huargins Intro- ,I Oerrl Mooty vice president America crown were judged by ment. K 3t s when needed for spiders -

ducing the speaker. I and program chairman. votes from their resj>ectivedepartments The seniors attending from ReelectionJudge YOUR a AGENT aphids or thrips with i Announces For I
talent, and questions Gilda Graham Phosdrln.
Starke were
Mrs. C. J. Houpt presidedover : Marian Oreen, president. I
Miss Martha Slemer Lillian Richards Beverly Mc- -- Just as Important as using\
the business meeting and business
presided over the
George L. Patten of ,
and Miss Jane Smith wel'e Rae and Their leader, Mrs. the proper material Is good School BoardOthma
Mrs. L. G. Powell gave the meeting and the club's projectof Starke today announced his
devotional on "Churches That putting two small lamps chosen from the Young: Pat Spengler. candidacy for re-election as $ application. Spiders and:;

Have Blackouts. Plans were land mirror In the club powder I People's :Department: ; Misses Circuit Judge of the Eighth r4; I aphids are on the bottom of J (tOssiel] Norman, I

made to have the roof of the room was discussed. Plans Bonnie Giiffis. Kay Smith. St. Mark's Women. Judicial. Circuit Group 1. with : the leaves That is where you of Lawtey announced yester- .
club building repaired. Also were made for the dance to beheld I and Glenne Joyner from the residence in Bradford County. must put some insecticide. Be day that he will be a candidate -
Meet At Home I
Intermediates. Miss Martha sure that nozzles are adjustedso : for School Board member .
parsed was an emergency resolution in March and alto fcr Judge Patten is presiding
to save the Everglades the bake sale this Saturday I Siemer was the winner. Ed Of Mrs. GriderThe judge of the Eighth Circuit i, that material is getting on from District One In the
National Park copies of which I Lawson, Training Union dl-I the bottom side of the leaves. .
; starting at 9 a. m. Friday I which Is comprised of Alachlua I .C May primaries.A
were to be sent to State night the club Is sponsoring a rector, placed the crown on Women, of St. Mark's Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist One or two insects left will native and lifelong resI-

officials and the President of talent show with all proceeds I her head and Rev. Felder! Episcopal Church met Monday Union and Lavy Counties. produce another flock or held, dent of Bradford: County Mr. .

the United States. A letter going to the March of Dimes I Rowan, pastor, put the white night at the home of Mrs. Judge Patten was a George T. whichever It Is. mighty fast. Norman Is engaged In farm-

was read from the Assistant Lee Darby gave the devotional. satin robe around her should- Kenneth Grider. the circuit bench appointedto in Mayof ISugginaTETRAIYYCIUJS Research has establish ing west of Lawtey. He Is a

Attorney General of the eis She was presented! with Mrs. Pete Novak, presidedover 1953 by Governor Dan Mc- 1 that one spider mite Is capable member of the Northslde Bap-

United States, which was in The Valentine theme was an engraved heart charm. the meeting: and the Carty. He him served contin- of producing 12 and 14 tise Church and is married .

response to a letter from Mr, carried out in the decorationsfor The Indues/ weie Rev. and Auxiliary prayer was given In uously since that date hav- URTI- on some strawberry leaves. thousand brothers and slsteis to the former Evelyn Johns.
'Mrs, Norman Redding;! andMrs. Thomas in one month when the temperature -
the icsolu- unison. Mrs. Herbert have
Houpt concerning They three children.
the meeting with large red ing been re-elected In 1034 CAE KOCH has made an attack Weantt'd to know Just
tlon recently passed on "Mor- hearts and cupids placed Turn Moore of gave the devotional. Mrs 'and I960. in of Is about 70 degrees
some our straw- which it took
Olllne8-1 one was so we
vil'e! Mrs Ervin from R. During 80 degree weather, the
als at Stake. Thomas read a letter /
around the auditorium. The I In announcing his candidacy bet ry fields. This is a very some to our Associate. Extension
Mid offlp of the
mi>tress; of ceremonies.Rev of i figure Is In the millions. Re- estate In the
Plans for bridge luncheonwere C. Phillips, superintendent
a refreshment table in the sun- 'for re-election Judge Patten, tiny red spider mite similar to Vegetable Crop Special- Ootinty Judge of Bradford
Tom area:
discussed, and a tentative was covered with lace Moose Sunland Training Center red spider which Is member the three R's-Right County, Florida In the court-
room a
a graduate of the Universityof more l lost Mason Marvel for obser
date March 16, was sugSested. missionary from Gainesville, thanking the Auxiliary for its 'I material, Right amount Right hoiiiw at Stark, FlorIda. withIn -
cloth over red linen and centered was guest speaker and Florida Law College in common to us. This one is vation. Then on to our Exten- time. six calendar months from theelate ,
toward adopted -
contribution an
with a red andIhlte\ brought inspiring talk 1933, said "I am asking the sorts green color and has two sion Entomologist Jim BI ogden of the flrvt publication of
The club is pleased to an- cottage of students.A this notice. Each claim or demand -
Valentine wishing well. Red small black
Judicial spots the
the voters of the Eight on boJy. for positive identification
Sixty guests! attended IN Tin t: Cfiiti'Y ji IM.IV must be In writing and
that Its
:nounce two of
mem- punch in a crystal punch resolution was adopted do the honorof In fact they are so small I
Circuit to
affair, me We looked at one leaf under! IOIIII'' IN AMI POII HISS mum. state the place of real
bers were cited at the recent bowl further carried out the endorsing the Rogers-McIn- re-electing me as one of can't see them even with my the powerful microscope andit l-'OHIl I I01 VI t, .'1.0111111'Ii time and poet office nddreu of
Chamber of Commerce ban- Valentine theme. Hostesseswere tire legislative! bill which H their Circuit Judges. I will brand new bifocal glasses. Be- looked like a swarm of bees HIIOII III:!. the claimant and must b* sworn
Y\V A Celebrates tstntr I: of: Edward: !R.' nibble, to by the claimant bin agent or
quet. They were Mrs. P. d all
Marian Green and Kathleen vigorously supported by the duties cause of these two
continue to discharge spots they had landed and were ,1..1.NOTHI. bin. attorney. or It will become
Felos annual Public Health Thomas. Focus WeekFocus humanitarians who are in- of the office fairly and are called two-spotted spider a party. ha.vlng'l ;n TO ('fEDITlnt.9: ) void, according to law
award and Miss Florence tereted in the protection of to the best of All creditors of the estate or Eugene': F. Shaw
Jennings, the Good Samaritan my mite.We Most parasites. that attack. J FMwnnl:. i'4. IMblilt. .tl?rciiH....l. are Eugene F. Shaw Administrator
Miss Wasdin Week for the Madison laboratory animals.It ability being fully consciousof were sure one day last plants can build fast. The her,-by notlfltnl and rtfiilrid| to of the Rotate of Edward: 3.
award Street Baptist Church was announced that Mrs. the great responsibility of week, that up rile any cl lulmn+ or lU'inuntH lbble., decusMl.
Following the business Weds Pvt. McCoy YWA was celebrated! with a Walter Richardson and Mrs. this high office." spider mites were surviving population Increases which they nniy have against 2/17 4t 3/10

meeting Mrs. A. Russell Nor- spaghetti at the homeof Winkler In
supper George were Judge Patten is a Baptist '- --
man gave a review of the life Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wasdln Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson charge of altar duty for and a member of numerous
of Mrs. Edward Starke of Waldo announce the mar-
Burns Monday night with Circle! March. Mrs. Novak gave. a fraternal organizations. He
librarian who has worked so lage of their daughter Shirley Two. Mrs. Marie Sterner splendid and detailed reporton holds membership in the

I generously with the library Ann. to Pvt. Lorenze William chairman, as sponsors. the Diocesan district meet Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar
for who McCoy Jr. on February 4 In
many years and plansto at All Saints Epis- The Florida
I The Valentine motif was ing held Association, Bar
retire in August. She was Folkston Oa. carried out in the decorationsand copal Church 1n Jacksonville American Bar Association, A '

given a plaque in commemoration Mrs. McCoy graduated from appropriate games were where 299 delegates from 52 Florida Blue Key, and Phi %

of her services. Gainesville High School and played. Mrs. L. A. Canova led branches out of 64 were re Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. L\J 4
Mrs. A. N. Holliday, hostess atended. Central Florida JunIor -
the group in singing. Mr*. presented.It Judge Patten 56, was marred .
chairman and her committee College in Ocala and is _
Ruth Reynolds gave an Inspiring was announced that the to the former Mary .
served a delicious dessert employed with the Florida
devotional. World Day of Prayer would beheld ova, now deceased. He can-I e rt Jac
course during the social hour.A Department of Agriculture. ;
Also attending were five Friday morning at 10 o' one son, George Jr.,
special guest of the after- Division of Plant in w
Industry Mrs. J. O. their I II II gMA+,
I' girls arks Gay, clock at the Presbyterian tendingcollege, >
:noon was Mrs.. O. S. Syverson Gainesville.Pvt. ) dQ fai $ e !
lender. Church. All members were a
Art Chairman of the'Jacksonville
Beach Woman's Club. Churchill McCoy County School attended in urged to attend. r8 S 7T 1.i1te ...

I Sallon, Nevada. and Is currently I Plastic Notebook $:!.30 at the The meeting was adjournedwith
Rev. R. E. MacBlaln givIng -
j A CUmlfled. Ad In the TELEGRAPH -I stationed at Fort Gor-
TFLFGRAPII. the closing prayer, after
brines result.. don, Augusta Ga. i I I which refreshments were served

by the hostess. ,

Nursing Council J,
t. '

Appoints NewChairmen K
i ar

', : I welcomed Three new into members the Bradford were Bj''Ji51' Teluple n Where Do All Good Chickens Go On Sunday?

Advisory ,
County Nursing .J .b .r+aMy
II Council at its monthly
In the lunCh-I I desk copy of Webster's
eon : WHY TO THE '
$ I Restaurant Monday Encyclopedic Dictionary defines -!
11 t. I I
members were Mrs. E. D. a bully aai:
I --- --
I Tenly, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, and "A blustering, quarrelsome, I 't 'J'. t; .....:. -
I Mrs. E. B. McKlnney. 1 I .
overbearing fellow, more 0" ; .' : / '
: 1 Mrs. P. G. Felon president, I I distinguished, for his inno-1. \ : :
appointed the following: nominating : '. ->:'
lence than for coinage; a .
,, ... : committee: Mrs. Ruby I
who dom-
.z I' swaggerer; one .
? Mrs. Garl Mathews '
0 ineers or browbeats; one whoIs .. .
!I Mrs. Cula Coran, Mrs. Arlln and L :: .< ..
t. ee arrogant ..
McKnlg-ht and Dr. A. Y. Cov- __. .. '... ...sas* ._. .:j-,
Ington. ,
The school bully has the
Also appointed were the COURSE
following characteristics: .
following committee chairmen: First!tlrt- he wants to be
By-laws, Mrs. Clair Knight;
of line
In front every ;
rR Membership! Mrs.\. George Anderson the first to smoke in the THE HOLIDAY INNS ARE NOW FEATURING

; Publicity and Personal bathroom;

Relations, Mrs. L. N. Picker- the first to defy a new tea-
Ing; Loan Closet, Mrs. M. F, cher; Skillet Brown Fried Chicken

t: Hazen. the first to tell how good .
The Nursing Council has beer makes him feel;

/ t tr has available to any interested the first to tell how stupidhis Served Family Style
organization an informative mom and dad are;

program, "Council at Work" and all the other firsts EVERY SUNDAYYES

r narrated and shown by color Dress the bully dresses

; sides. Anyone Interested may dlferent because he wants I

t call the Bradford County to be the one noticed in a YOU CAN ENJOY A FAMILY STYLE DINNER AT ANY

2201.Health Department, phone 909- crowL Friends!. 'bullies stick together HOLIDAY INN IN THE WORLD AT THE SAME PRICE!

this makes them
1M > 4} Story Hour bigger in their own eyes. I
ty Language the bully has With

j Story Hour will be held at to be the one who uses all

dk the Public Library Thursday the bad and vulgar lang GREEN VEGETABLESSNOW
with posnlble. He feels that.
Feb. 24. at 3:30: ( p m. uage
Mrs. B. F. Mizell as storyteller there Is power in such. WHIPPED POTATOES

r Refreshments will be serv- Know-It-All the bully is

s a ., I ed. sure that he known all thereIs FESTIVE CRANBERRY SAUCE

to know about being
4 I tough. He knows how to get HOME-MADE BISCUITS WITH PLENTY OF

Bake SaleThe out of everything and, is HONEY

willing to share his know
I Women's Club issponsoring

Savings and Loan AssociationOf : a bake sale Saturday ledge. with all who will listen All You Can Eat .

starting at 9 a. m. in ,
I After all, the bully Is reallya
front of Canova/s Pharmacy
Starke AU members are asked to contribute prime choice If you are ADULTS CHILDREN
to the sale. searching for future delin $$1.95 $$1.00Try
1 Under 12
J 218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 96J-0500 i quents. Look at some of the
attitudes he already has:
; Recent Birth -Resentment of authority

.Fear of falling

A LITTLE Saved Regularly Now, Means A i'| of Mr.Daytona and Mrs.Beach Michael announcethe Flynn I -Fear-Fear of of being not being weak liked It This Coming: Sunday Night At The fl/k/fo/ rfi'ttf f vti,;nv.:

birth of a ion, Michael Lack TJS-3 1
WHOLE LOT Later On. of Of Starke
Sean, on Feb. 8, Paternal -Lack of self-discipline
grandparents are Mr. and

Mrs. L. C. Adam. of Bedford : For Private Parties Call David L. Coals l General Manager, or
OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON UNTIL 3:00: O'CLOCK FOR Lake. WelUiausen. Moxvllle, a son,
YOUR CONVENIENCE. Feb. 13.Mr. w. I n. (Pepper) Thomas! Assistant! Manager.
L Bradford County Hospital and Mrs. Mack Lane Phone 969-3801

-- announces the following births: Sibley Jr., Starke, a daughter,
Mr and Mra. Lacy Ernest Michelle Lee Feb. 14. --- .TO- ='--r= -

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rnrvnrn RR.\nl"ORn" COtnVTV T ;XE011A1 1I. KTAHKB.!: FLORIDA THfTRSPAV.: FEB. IT. 198

Eyes Conference TitleBHS City Champion will begin I Gem led 21-17 and scored'< 7 ious 45-24. Discount had 3

Thursday night Feb. 17 in points while holding Koch players in double figures, David
tho BUS gym. The championShip scoreless to record< win number McKnlght with 18, Hobble

game wil be played Wednesday four. Dean Johns paced Smith 12 and Roy Chastee.nI

evening Feb. 23. The Gem with 15 points while I with 10. Tommy Tallcy popped
Five Tops Tough Palatka 5347A schedule' for Thursday Feb. Kent Craudon was high for in 11 for Chamber of Com

17, pits Keystone list place the! losers with 6 points. merce.
finisher against the Starke Scoring Summary 'I H<'orlng Summitry

Jaycees who finished last at Gem Jewlry :5 8 8 7 28 So. Lilac.:: 7 11 13 II 43
drtri'mined third pcrlor] the bull. I, ---- 7 pm. In the 2nd game of the Koch Drugs 3 7 7 0 17 I CofC 6 4 3 13 21

effort in which Tornao> : Down 24-20 nt the half the Here Tomorrow evening. Garden Restaurantwill Canova's and Andrews tan I i Standings (won-lost) : Southern -

rBp'rtturned a four point deficit :- Torniuloc.s outscored' tilt 7'- meet National Guard at gled in a game which went to I Discount 3-0; Bradford
into en Identical I leadIUVI Brave.- leIIn the third pc> S p.m. the wire. and victory could 'r Barber Shop 2-1; Register

them a 83-47 victory in lod and emerged with\ a 3G-U; _I lilrl's; PIgtaIl League! have, gone to either team. Andrews i Oil. 2-2: C of C, 1-2; Lawtey
Tornadoes Face
Palatka Saturday night; lead. The McLeod brothei Tigers Starke Hardware won its got off to a slow start Recreation/ 0-3.
With the Florida Star Con- junior Wayne and sophomore first game of the season by;' and was forced to play catchup 'i Schedule for this week:
f fer'' ncc title on the line the Paul led the locals with theii handing Conner Insurance its: the lent of this game. Can- Sat., Feb. 19 J Bradford
Tornadoes enme through the shooting and rebounding; For Florida Star Crown 2nd loss 37 to 28. The first'! ova led 6.0 at the end of the Barbers vs C of C. 11 a. m.

pressure packed contest inlIne They had help. especially t lathe L I half was a closely played affair / first quarter. Andrews came Lawtey vs Southern Discount,

style. playing as a unit heron 1 I half. from Steve .. ,, A pressure, packed 32 minutes ded advantage of making the with Conner leading at'' back in the 2nd period to pull 12 noon.

and controlling the floor with Baker who cleared the board I of basketball incest!! the Tornadoes. show their htuff in the end of the first quarter, 81 within points of the lead as'' Sr. Boys Basketball I..c'aKu"
sppedy ball handling.: They In a big spurt over the tnl'cBrnves )' 1d4e. lighting Tornado caffcrs/ to- enemy territory to 6. Hardware came back in I the half tm
lot"red thi touch! but slower. and mnde a pair ol 11101'1'0night (Friday) when Coach Adkinson'H c'hlu'geslel the 2nd( period to outscore "rre.iscd' its loud 5 points at Basketball League game, Wall

Brave to. nla.\ 'the xame their I 1 I critical briskets. I they face a tough;; Lake City the Tigers 24-21 at the Conner 12 to 8 and enjoyed the end of the :'InI, period, j I Agency pulled out a 2 point
waa.. (tiard Emmett AkrtclB" AkridRC's fine floor game team for the Florida Star halfway mark, but a bad third an 18 to 16 advantage at half- I leading 15-10. Andrews' rally I victory over Rhoden's Texaco
torI."W. Uir fio'i'' "c-arh time .ind more critical baskets"' by Conference championship.'This quarter beat them. The Tornadoes time. The 3rd quarter proved i fell 2 shy as they outscored 313The: victory over Rho
the lo-alf :ot Mien( bunds on him and guard Ores Reddish game will bu just like scored just three free to be disastrous. for the Con Canova 6-3 In the final period( den's enabled Wall to finish

ndded: the difference The the final game In a tournament throws in those eight\ minutes ner girls as they managed I but tasted defeat 18 to 16. the regular season play with

r1 Ih I i BII3 five used their offense for tho conference title" in one of the worst quarto.of \ only 1 point while Hardware I Johnny Powell led the scoringfor ; a 3-3 l'ecoI'dLnf/ a tie with
effectively' pulling Palatka'. !, say BUS Coach Wd.rn.cy A they've played
I tnllmen. John Shepard and .. After winning a imilaily all HCM.son. lead Into the final ,:28-17/, / Thomas had H for the IOHCIH., den's got: off to a slow startI

h- John Jenkins out of position :.z ,. pressure packed context, The Tornadoes\ Conner made a giime Scoring Summary' I ICanova I as Wall enjoyed a 0-2 lead nt
lor shots from the .lde Or 03-17 in I'a 1llk'l' in a bang-:; Paliitka nftcr whip It in the, lust period uutw'or- 6 II i -I. 3 18 the. end, of the first quarter
ping ,
they fed I It inside to Wayne i iMrlcod up offoi S.iliirday nlhtho! \ S.iturcl.iy own a Ing their opponent I 11 1 to 9. Andrews I 0820 16 and 1 this was the determining;
:0-2; .
conference record
: If the two tall mon.. Tornadoes are faced with doing Lake" City. Palatka in: just now like 0-3 but were unable to make up | Standings( (won-lost> : I Hern, I I I factor" in Rhixlcn's defeat as
moved out. the same thing over 'again. I for their 3id quarter lapse 1-0; Cimovn 3-I ; And.ro.ws, they utilscored Wall In the 2nd
"It; wa the first Ramo Coach Arlklnsnn thinks they Sri a Tornado/ victory l Friday< Sheryl Ward with 22 points. I 1-3: l..ol'h.O.1. j] anti' :3rd< period and tied their

''hnv've played under prct sur; aro well up to the effort however means the championship./ I and Carol. Reildi.sh, ,/ with I 11 I Schedule( for this week: output' in the final: quarter but

like thry should." Coach War- plus the Uilncsvllle High The GuS game next MoriH.V paced Staike H.irdwaic Pam 1 Sat. Feb. I 10 I) Cimovn, VH I Hint l slow start really "cooked
'irv; Adkiusou said of the vic / School invasion next Monday <| will he hero iilmi IInrl i the Perry and Sheila 1 ll.innon colIcctcd i 0"10.! I II a.m. Andicws vs Koch their /KUOSC.: Rhoden'n trailed
tory. j-: t- February 21. Tornadoes also hope to use it 11 each for the losers j! 1O a,m. j J 17-12:: lit t half time and closed

"The pressure was on In I S -- "We lire capable: of heatIng to Improve. their present 12-8 I Scoring Xiinmuiry j|I Jr. lloys. 1I...'.k.th..1I. I.CIIKIII I the gap to 27-25 going into

more ways than one the JuniorVn.ne. Mel.eixl didn't get hiM re.Minnil. in I'ltliitkit both, (Lake. City and GamesI season mark although their Hardware: (B 12 10 f 9 371 Register Oil evened, their' the final period. In the 4th

light lead the conference I Saturday I night lint) he ;pulled dow I II I it lirrs' mid Neitrpil 21puiiitH I I vllle high: ) ; wo should have, will be less pressure involved. Conner S 8 1 11 28 won and lost record', at 2-2 qn,..liter. each team picked, up

,hamplonshlp was in the bal to leml I the Tornadoes. .r>H-l7 o\er IIi, llnivcs hi im iIi already/ done it, we should: nl- BHS led the Iluritennesthrough : Williams/ Jewelry' continued i!|; while handing Lawtoy ftecreiition -: 10 points' and \\'a1l held their
ance." he' added. (Mirtanl, Florida. Star Conference win. | toady have thc championship throe quarters: In Its maMcry of the Girls League their :3rd, lOlls of the .sea- 2 point )lead for the win and
I I Thp win. a MX: one for the In tho bag Instead of having : Gainesville until the Class trouncIng Starke Builders 1! Him Register Oil jumped, off finished In !it tic with Rhoden'a
the 6-1 I <\'iitor IH the Tornadoes' Mi.reillli 'illI ,
: leiiilliig : : AA school slim lead in
got a
: T01l1a.dot'fl. got them halfway to brat both Palatku/ /and Lake Supply 31 to 8. The Mr ;i the |>i>lntH to ilate 'n 20 KII: >II>S. I ll Ii, I ins above an I IH point nerho last." the final minutes and froze .
to loop title. If they can City here right at the of this game displayed I I outscorIng. ; Laney 7 to 11 In them in the opening
heat Lake City. who like Pa IlIoC'; Lake City beat the Tornadoes the ball for a three point 1 5053 > little offensive power as Wil-'1 the 1st quarter and 6 to 2 In round of the Championship

latka. has beaten the Tornadoes : ---- --- -- 43-38 in Lake City earlier :! win. The Tornadoes led 30- hams scored I points in ench the 2nd quarter. Lu\vtey improved Tournament. which will begin\
1 23:! at the half and 43-37 after
this tomorrow this PaUtka has done while Stnrke night Fob. 22. Robert
once season *ever, season. quarter Builders their scoring. power in Tuesday
night the Florida Star The his win\ Saturday wive'* (' the H.Iino" thing with the adRECREATION- three quarters >scored! only 1. In the 3rd period tho 2nd half but to their misfortune i I Powell led the winners with

title will b* theirs. the local five tlicli' 12th victory Williams scored I 11 I points. I so did the Oil Team 17 points and finished In 2nd

Wayne McLeod led both, gainst nine losses for lending 22-1 1 going Into the Lawtey did manage to outscore pluco in individual scoring
loams with 21 points And he' the Benson. /final period and picked, up 9''i tlio winners 'in the 3rd, with a totil: of 80 points and

led the Tornadoes in rebounding STATISTICS r NEWS more to gain their lCec'on'lIc' -, quartet10 to 0 but still trailed n 13 point per game average.!:
Sophomnrn. Paul Mclnd with 11. Paul McLeod had BUS 11 9 16 1753 tory against no defeats. Jan I 1622olng/: into the final Steve Tilley. who led the league

"'a 'n"11* "little" brother. Is Im- 14 points. Reddish had 8. Ba- PHS 12 12 8 15-,-47 I hitch wa-s again high scoier stanza. Register. Oil closed I I In Individual scoring with
proSIng fast. Ho Is. Inirl.ethiK. I'cr 'mid Aterldie 4 each. Paul BHS McLcod\ P.. 4-C-14, with 20 points Ann Tciwllle-I out the game with 11 big a total of 102 points and a 17
two of ,Ills, i II i points attains: :MrLeod: and Baker each haul- Baker. 204Telpod.: W '/- r, Men' City league, llu. ..ki.>llmil| points In the 2nd period and gar had 4 for the losers.> points to Lawtcy's 6. OavidMiKniKht point per game; average a-

I'nliiMiU, here. Hit and ste, !e "d down 6 rebounds to Rivt; 7-21 ; White. 0-0-0; Reddish. Regular season play in the]I left the court ut half time' Scoring Summary led the scoring with I gain was high! man of the
Men's League came to> n tied at 15 all. In the 3rd quarter / Williams 4 4 1* 9 31 with 18
lurker, pulled ilmt" u 6 relxiundspilch. the Tornadoes (control of the 3-2-8; AkriclKe. 2-0-4: Falcon City 17 points while Steve Cub. gime points.
I'uiil i hits. scored. in boards: In the second half. I 1-0-2 Odotn. 0-0-0; totals 19- thrilling climax Thursday I the Jaycees outscored the Builders 01 348 bcdge picked up 13 for the I Scoring! Summary; .
ilouhln. In fl\c of his last six:: Even though they built their' I 15-53. night, Feb. 10, with Keystone Guard 10 to 7 to take a 25 Standings (wan-lost) : Wil-! losers. H. C. Wall 9 8 10 10 37

games.D,. lead to 10 points at one ti.nj i PITS-- IM11. 8-0-16; Dixon. edging Garden Restaurant in to 22 lead into the. final eight I llnms. 2-0; Starke Builders< Scoring. Summitry' .. I RhorJen's 2 10 13 10 35:

in the fourth period the TOI'- I 1-1-3: Herd. 3-0-6: Stout 0- a double over-time and the minutes of play. In the final 1-1 ; Starke: Hardware 1-1 : Register Oil 7 6 9 t 11 I 33 TeruIllegar Motors finishedIn <

1 II nadoes missed some good (0-0: Shpparcl. 6-0-12: Jenkins Starko Jaycees pulling an upset period the Jayces picked up 6 I Conner Insurance, O-2 Lawtey Rcc 7 2 10 6 22 I first plate. as the regular

shots close In under the bas : 1-0-2: PIMTV 2-0-4: Mussei and entering the win column more points and limited the Schedule for this week: Southern Discount blasted: season ended In the Sr. Boys

ket. They bucketed 19 of 31 2-0-4; totals 23147. for the first time. The Guard to 5 and regIstered I Thurs.. Feb. 17- Conner VM the Chamber of Commerce .1 13:> Basketball League as they

field goal attempts for a respectable -\ single elimination tournamentto their first victory of the year. Williams 4 p.m. to 21, to remain the only undefeated knocked off the last place
determine the Champion Billy Godwin and Sydney Jack- I )Frl.; IS I
City Stark
37 --
per cent average.! team! in tho Jr. Boys team Hurst Shell Service.: The
BowingResults/ will begin Thursday I son paced the Jnycees'> scor- Hardware vs SUike Builders. League. This saw a total let quarter store of 11-4 In-
I* W/AUTOt/ nm* 'INC.BUN.OIHS I night Feb. 17, and the finals! '" ing attack with 10 points 4 game
p.m. dicated but.
HARDWARE ANtt SUPFtf I of 69 total points recorded a runaway game.
I will be held Wednesday night, each. Bud Spears had 13 points ,
Scotch I .
Foursome nalllOlll nO) which is high for the year Hurst came back to make a
Fob. 23. If you enjoy exciting for the losers. nlt..IU'lhull 1"IoU"; und the 45 points represents game of it after a !slow) start.
NamedA I ('(nl 1 F.IC'I.\I. I.KUW: basketball play be sure to Scoring Summary Undefeated Gem Jewelry the individual team The first half ended with
11. 10 6 31
AHxcd Scotch Foursomewill Starke :Motor 1'iuta. 2; Bob attend the tournament games Jaycees took on wlnle.ss Koch Drugs ance of the ;year.. pCI'form.l Kui-Kt trailing 13-25. Hurst
Cjilanl. 7 5 27
II..m.1tItrloll(" 711'| I at the BHS Guard 11 4
gym. and the made outscored 11-10 in
he held Drake. 516. Faulkner's Sin- underdogs a and last quarters of Terwillegar
once a month at .
d|O\MI the flour iiBnliiHt I'alat-. Final 1 1 ManillngH:
the Starke Golf & clair. 2: V. PenoBO, 508./! Keystone and Garden weretied game. of it until the final period were played. on almost even the 3rd 1 period and cluaed i the
Country ka. lie kept. the nru\'r. ...ffhlOhtlll'
Club. followed by a covered Camp Blanding. 4; R Hut- I for the league lead with Keystone. 5-1; Garden 4-2: of play. Koch's trailed all terms: the 2nd. and 3rd quar- gap 27-35 going Into the final
\\llh ball
dish supper. Joe BrigiiRllo, cheson, 567. Draw Tile. O. 'V. hug Hint" lillY snappy Tornadoes. liked. records of 4 and 1 going into National Guard, 2-4; Jaycees the way tout were never more ters proved to be the undoing period of play. In the early
club pro. said dates for those Coley. 538.TerwIlk'Kitr: I this final regular. season 1-3. than -I points down until the. of the Chamber of Commerce. moments of the 4th quarter
lint 1'alutkit dliln't.of .
events will be announced in / ; 5; If. D.ivis. game which determined the ;MPII'M. City LengiioC'luinilonMlii fateful 4th quarter. Gem led Discount led 18-10 at Inter- Hurst made a big effort to
advances 591. Stai-ko Jaycees O. (J.Rayburn I top seeding for the championshIp | | Tournament: I 5-3 going into the 2nd quarter mission moved out to a. 31-13 overhaul Terwlllegar and, mov-
Following are results of the 524.Independent. tho fourth before he fouled tournament. In the pro A single elimination tournament and 13-10 .at half time. Going : lead going into the final
Valentino Mixed: Scotch Foursome Telephone, ::1: out. tInI10! woik in the vlous meeting of these teams to determine the Men's into the final quarter.: quarter; anti emerged l victor I IContinued on Pane Five)

last weekend: I K. Ptitz.! 517. O.m Jewelry I; ball In to tall center BniccJackson Keystone won out 50 to 45. So,

lilt low grross Lil Bishop 1) nag-well 1 537.: II : ( the Hecond. half. Warren as: was anticipated tho action

and Bill Epps. Stnrko Lanes. 4; .1. JJrum- win hitting consistentlyfrom was fast and furious between
mutt 518 : the outside. Jackson was these two teams. The
2nd Clay Klcttrlc. O. C. game
epald.-d..pnr 1 Perryman and gross Gordon-- Margaret Lee. Santo 5O7. II j high fur Stoke, with 17 points. was pl.iyed on such even terms
I \Vilinm ( hail 11, and

Hut Right The Material Side-Up I Is Rae 3rd and low Clarence grossGertie Porch. Mo IIllIndlnK.Standing.i 58-34: H; fP.Tcrwillejjar 60-32;, |I Warren Center! Scoggin.i 10.Rubin MrClellnn was finally that time it period took for a double Keystone over to .For the guy who'd rather drive than fly : Ghevelle SS 396JF ,. ,

.51.38; Faulkner 46-16; Gem, emerge victorious. Thefourth
At 1st low net Lou Struth 44-48; JayceeH. 43-49; Draw high for the game with 22 period ended in a 31-31

I O) & W lUIII.DKIfS anti ..IohlGodwin.. Tite. 4.1-40; Cl.iy" Klerlrii':, 1, 42- points. tie which for the two teams
'2nd l low n..tIlot Powell The .IV racers/ will |like on was: below! their .
IIAUIVAfl K SUPPLY 50; ITC, :.17'B.ft; Starkc Lanes Average scoring
and Doc Carradme. 3359. Lake City tomorrow ( Frid.iv. ) !peiformttnces. The O.irden' ,

:3rd low net- Winnie Glum MIliI: : : ) iiointist:: night; and Gainesville: Hiiih hoya had averaged 57 polnta
_jrAw; AuTh SiPPIY INEIIIIUFR School Monday; nlKht. llolh und
ann Shorty Norman. Joyce Bait em's 514 series per game Keystone 50
home rontcKt.s..
4)*: I MOWNUt iffHOftC Two! Junior player, Anne was high: for nV Auto are Ilvi'ord of the Tornadoes.. la per game; which Is a good Indication .

9C4444I3OJ Terwlllesar and D.ilo. Johns, who split 2-2 wilh I KevKlonu now 811.Cage. of the pressure' and<
had a low nrt (If :32 In the S.if-Ons: pared, by Pal Rrnd-" tension attached to tho con

HARWQARF AN StJPPLYT junior event find oath won agolf i ley', r.214. tent.Tho .

E CALL ST.FHONt I hull.i Bob Dr.ikr rolled, a high uf f I Tourney Kit !period ended< with ThF

W4-52 i The l lady |Ito'frrfr"' ", l.nke 1 fiBlt; for !Mutrhep. I limuiMiire, Keystone holding an 8-5 advantage. t

- I City are playing an Inter-i-Hy' who took four. points, nppnserl I Set Thursday : Garden hold K>y*tone to
match here today (ThurH
Robert I ::1100 111 r'" while miiniiglng only 5 points
wit tdp' ioiLnrsen Th" annual Cla>j' A Orouu!
with 3.1K. for thcm.selvcj: and left thoeniurl
t mmmm mmm ** ** A Bask 'tbnll Touinnmonl will
nt intermission the
Freddie, Stephens rollod n set underway here next
score knotted at 10 all. TILls
4S''! series fur' Willi.ims: Jewelry Thursday. Kcbniiirv: 24. when,
let IMf!
rrprcHonlnl tho low
Hearing Help who lost three to TV Service Oran-ir Fnrk mot:. F'crnanna|| out
Hvurlng output for botli
Center.I Phyllis Hrown's3IU at 7:30: p m. toams
for the
sei the puce. fur TV. Bolles will\ Inert the winner entire He UtOl1.
In the 3rd,
I (Ilu.trler| both teams
Here Also t.iUlnR; threeva.s of that game at 7 I p. m. Fri. seemed to |Perk up their of-
: Saturday Carp's uppnseil by l-'iHuu ln- dnv. Felwuary: 25. and Starke (e.fltte.} with Garden collecting :!oo.-

aura ni'e., Bill Lovell's 5lrt(} was will play Oicen Cove Springs 15. to 12 point for I Keystone: ,
high for Carp's: while ;Matt nt 8.30:: Finals will be played
FKIWl; { ;AUY I'JTll) and<1 Garden: held a 25-2J: : load
<'r tolled 193: for La- nt HI p. m.\ Saturday I. going Into tho iin.il
Rue Oiccn Cove has beaten the The 4th --
quarter provided tho '
:Andrews DrugsStarke Standings: :Murihce. 52t32: Tornadoes tulre this lea; OIl. spectators with plenty of cjccitement -' -<-'--, "

I D JSc W. 5232VIllInmts; 47. Bradford lEigh has also been as Keystone came .... '-.--,---

t l Florida 37; Carp's. 42-12; Saf-CJ.is., selected n' second choice for from behind to tic tho !game .......:.... ', -;

Starke )Plua Phone !Jf)I, 1-2511:; 1N t 42; LaHue 39-15; TV. 37'',.;'- the Regional cage tourney and send it Into over-time. ; ...... -.... ... C1rtrtll S 3M 'Pt 1t'ith !/ ';;

111) A.M.: 'TIU. 1 P.M.: 461,., Larson, iu-50'i.' und if the Tornadoes win tha The first 3 minutes overtime ; .....3..,.. .. inker, teat belli/ 10/:" ;/and rear, one of elfhi.J1Drm
Group A title and:! Mar-iann.t period. saw a total of 4 points '::. ... oIt "re. now standard for, your added tafetf /; .
rONSUl.T: 15015 WILSONzJNlTll'S ( Braves Top should lose their group tourney recorded, 2 for each team and ..... ...
that tournament will also this period ended< in 133 all "
: KXt'LUSlVE: FHANCHlHI.nHEAUU' :! be played here M.ulanna U deadlock.: Tho second and flnalovcitime This is! about a Chevelle* very Rpcflal olie-with a'bulgiAg

a ; ;(; AID I UEPUESENTAIIVEAIH. JY Cagcrs 6049A first i-holcp for the region saw. a total I of 14 UJrm! : [ li hood, a black grille and red stripe nylon tire

WILSON WILL: however, anj: if I they win their points scored l with 8 recordedby Start it up and ', tuned in on 396 cubic inches ofTurboJet
N 60-49 defeat at the hand/ Sftoup tournament the i'eg Ionwill' Keystone which thema :
a Taliiin A 1,1. KKI'AIKS KEtt.MlDLESS of make VS.
a of PaUtka him Joel! the Tornado l e' played there. 2 point victory and THE CHEVROLET
or iiimlcl& hearing' aid.iiv undisputed
Get it and driver
I moving suddenly you're a again. With'
(; FIIK; :,: lIE tHIN TKHT: Junior varsity ongers their Should the Tornadoes v.ln first place. Jim McMurtiypaced .
(jive l-'Hii-: ; :MK.MBKIiHlllP; 1.<. Battery Cluli.ile llth loHie of the season after the Group! AtO! next weeK the winners with 17 gears to shift. A clutch to work. Even a set of gauges to

( I'ltKK:,: hearing. alit <>h
IJ11HKU.: TK\IK-I.V ALLmV.YNCK on any The lend He- wed back and up their season record to 16- high for Garden with 11 points. take a : surrounded by a machine that

mukr or moild... hearing. ulil. foith between the two clubs 9, Wins over Luke CUv and Scoring Summary: delights in cr'k cdurn. .
(JI\e lit I 11IUS.V; .: HACK (TAKA.NTKK: on plnylnff, in Palntka. most of Gainesville! Hii h plus two I<:eyst. 8 2 12 9 2 8 41 : _ _
all 'lieurljig aid fittings.ile the second h. U. Till Bravesled I Broup tourney wins over Gar. 5i: 15: 6 2 6 39Jarcepe This, you see, is an i iJ
< DO IIV (il'AKANTKK' : on eurmold Httlngs. SS 396. A Chevelle I m'
: 23-21 at the half but were Green Cove and In the group 31-Null.
down 37-37 at the end of the. championship game would This game, was also. excitingand But what a Ch .

Kay Jewelers third, period But the outsoor-I rtialte 16 \\Ins.I surprising to most observers -

ed the TC>I'nltrfnM 22-14 In the I Holies and the, winner ofi as the Jaycees. Winless in All J kinds of ears all J In one place... at t your Chevrolet! dealer's I CHEVROLET CHEVELLE cnWAL n CORTAIR CORVETTE
final period of the contest in i the Green Cone-Stark, name five starts and averaging only __ _. ._ .............

: 5fi W. Adams St. which" tiijlit minute quarters, j are the favorites to enter thc! 18 points per game stoppedthe 39 8114
: inxtend of the usual six l minutes Guard 31 to 27. The Guard
Living SoundHearing Jacksonville; Phi. group finals here. T.-----
for JV game, were play held a 3-0 lead early in the
: Aids Phone 355-7GG3( ed. t game but the Jaycees:\ came INC.
funrcl! John Warren kept back to takes the ,I lead and th. ,
For Home Appointment Call 961-2511: t i Plastic Notebook J-J.50 at the
the Tornadoes In the game l Inih 1st quarter ended In a 11-11
I U. S. 301 NORTH STAHKE, PHONE[ 964-3900
< third: (.rune, ) inJ the (lint Tn Fr.!': ','u. ._ tie. Fich team scored, only 4 .



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'fJltItStJ\Y.! 1'LII' n. 1968 intAUFtmtt t'OlTVTY TKLKORAPII.: : ", 'r\tnl') ITOltlll" J' I.,. 't 10'

1 Annual Feed-Gn sin: Sign-ups I DI'UI\ 11. tecording secrrtiuv. Tin, Senior' ('I )It. wiJi' .,ltl-, .
RECREATION Deacon I N West tlnanci.ilaccri'tiiiy. WeJju-j-duy 111' it ut tile cons
: and Deacon HawV \ention.
Bring Activity T o ASCS Officefrom -
NEWS CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Ins tuahurei; oth r of(flcei'. Ari'ioch Baptltt Church -- *. +
to be elected. I Sunday School 10:45: with
I IFI' Heavy activity during the the crops which would I InCT. follows in
Districts are as : I! : Supt WliJla Brown charge.
first three weeks of the 196S otherwise be produced on the \ Devotional at 11 by
\ MEETING: : Vaster McCoy daughter of East Coast District Pleasani a. m.
I Continued, from Page Fourwithin ; slgn-up period for the annual farm. In general, farms are Th' regular) meeting;.t of the I the late Stalling and Eliza Grove Keystone Heights I Deacon Wanton of Keystone

d 2 points of tho lead, diversion' and price-support eligible to take part In the r, i iI Bradford County Teachers! ; beth McCoy longtime residents l- !, >Kbeiu'zer: New Bethel. Calvary Heights. Evening/ Service at 7

ut then Terwlllegar aught l lJ programs for feed grains was CAP that have a crop allotment Association was held of Starke, Hr is a mem- New Hope and Antioch.all I p. m. with devotional by Deacon

fare, and paced by Reese and reported today by Kirs. June for feed grain base es- I day. Feb 3. at C. C. 'I11UI'S-1: ber of Mt. MorUh:. Methodist: I of Starke: Jerusalem! OIu- I J. C. Carawell of Mt. Calvary

lilayton pulled away for the i Chapman ASCS County Office I tablished. 4 Junior High. Th foll3wlm: Church and: l.s: employed: at stje. West C,mst District -- Baptist:: Church and> sermon -
Jetory. Andy May ton had 12 manager. The stun-up The 13' mer qualifies for an .' to bv R'v L. W. Thomas.
ere elected as delegates Camp B'.andin:: whie he ]his Ebenet.el', Trenton; St. Paul.
l.}iid Joey Reese> 10 to lead Tor- i period for the annual diversion agreement under the CAP by A the Florida State Tochers woikevi toe 17'i' years I Newbcriy; Damascus, Camp- I Communion was served. -

IWIllegar'a. scoring. Eddie DOUR- program begun on Jan- diverting/ least one entlr Association InlIllml; : :Mrs.I These officers( are here to vlJle 1 ; Oak Grove, Dukes; Jessie:! :Mae Barry. reporter
149 was high for Hurst's with uary 24 and will continue acreage allotment or the entire ). B Richardson Mrs ;M. J. help enforce the law for oar:& I Friendship and f 1I'.st Baptist. I Mount ;Morlah: : Methodist
U. through Friday. Apr 1. feel: grain baa?. Addition I Church. Rev. B. J. F. wn.I -
Whit and :Mrs D. B. Jack- protection Please cooperate Gainesville -- J C, Ca'lwoR!, I
Ifh-oring Summary The ASCS' County Offise al cropland may then also \lx son with them. reporter. 'lams. acting pastor. Church
rwlllegar 14 11 10 11 46 I also reported activity diverted. Under the annual diversion .< I William
manager 11ASKETBAI.L :MOKE n \SKKTH.I.I.The : Orenter Allen Cliapel: AME: !!: School! 10( A. m. with
iHur.st 4 9 14 10 37 in the sign-up for the new programs for feed The RJE Tigers!' and Tlfel'tUn RJE boys !and girl Church Rev L A Sampson Holland: In charge Morning!

:A single elimination champ I long-term diversion program grains the maximum that can < !,: played host to Douglas;! Jouineycct{ to Green. Cove: pastor: Suncliy: School. 10 a I service. Love Feast 11 a, m.
nship Tournament will beJgin the Cropland Adjustment be diverted !is SO per cent of Judge Adkins High School of Live Oak on ; Springs last Friday uiqht. and in. Morning; Service 11 a. m I Evening Service Communion, '

for the Sr. Boys LeagueuelldlY I Judge Murphree Program, which was author- I the feed| grain base. Feb. 3, and both local teams both teams:! lost, the girls by a Choir Union 3 p. m Evening :1 i-30() m.1E.IRTEItN

,- Night. Feb. 22, at ized by the congress in the The County Office Manager Candidate For '\'el'e'Ictorous.[ The girls won I score :of: 28 ta: 40. and the Service 6 p m. Choir rehcuiu.il ( 'I : STAR

IthA" BUS gym The opening i Is Candidate I Food and Agricultural! Act of explained that with both the theii name!' by a scon-, of 71-40 boys. 38-68 each flr"t mi* third Tuesday I All'1 memoers of Dell! Chapter -

I, game will pit the let place I 1965. The Mgn-iip for this annual diversion programs with Nellie Davis the hUli I Monday niuht th" team nights' Puiypp" :M-etin ,, 168 are asked to please' .
Terwillegar'a: ngaiimt' last For Re-election program! began Monday Jan. and the long term CAP program Circuit 8 Post scorer with 30 points Bolty played host t to Peck High each Thor, <'!av. 8pm. All ,, cantnct t'.i: secretary Satur-

place finisher Hurst' Shell at II 31, and a final date: has not available' farmers have I i, White made 29. I School! of Fernnridtna.: ThpRh'l" mi-rube: un.i fiienJs/ : Invited. inv nt her home 730( Pine

7 p.m.; The 2nd game of the "I earnestly seek the continued I yet been net. a wider choice of programs to Tn nnnounrlng I his i andldnrv The Tigers!' won by a score put up 1\ od tight: un- to attend I Street

evening will nee Rhoden's go support of thevoter I i Mrs.! Chapman reports that fit their individual circum- today for rc-elec-tion. \ to (ho of 79-50 HnroU Chandler til the end but lost by a score District Confp '
you :CMCtaite
against Wall in a survival of i the close of business stances All of the programs circuit court bench In the 8th made of
Circuit as onF.Hav. r 34 points, and Ernest 36-53 The boys came; '
of the Eighth Wedni dav nUhi, _
e : at t Jin >
the {fittest. The finish of the I Feb. hae the name basic oblec- Judicial: Circuit, .Ju 1go lames I : ; sAME Ad Ir the TELE- .:
nnd I to : 11 44 farms In < Whltlov had 14. through; with 1III't'at victory: A (lixtlliiMl; ra1 I
tourney will be played Mon- serve renew you in my the future pledge anI i I the county had signed an Intention I tlve however-that l'I' to help C Adklns Ji.. of (Gainesville, On Teh. 7 both RJE teams far) Ii JE. The Tigers: 1M 13-'. I CV.irch.: Jn-konviie' !: < ,uH brings -etults.NYLON r

day; night, Feb. 28. I conscientiously and Impartially to participate in th,' reduce the surplus of the farm Invited the vott-rs" "10 wtflgn/\ Journeyed to Macclenny And i't the end of the flr t quarter '- I :;;

Final standings (won-lust) ; as I have in the past." feed !trra'n' diversion program. commodities! involved, thm my (IU:1116ca: tlonll." won their games with Keller bal In Dipenond! nnthlid ( :; 'I'FUEUSS-lIImCtLI: ; : ROCKET =

t'ft t'Terwlllegllr,4. ; Wall Agency, Thus, Judge John A. H.. Mur- These farms have signed: up to stabilizing farm prices! white'! Adklns was nppuinted! In Illth School. Betty Whl'e. l pericd the Wnlvi bepan{ '
i, 3-3; Rhoden'a. 3-3; Hurst, 1-3. phree of Gainesville announced divert a total of 886 acres! at the same time assuring January, 1981 to nil a third with 20 points, and N llle Davis to ("ItthII\ ) With tf! stronpsiippoit FULL 4-PLY :

his candidacy to succeed I from the production of feed consumers an ample supply of Judge's!' seat created In the 8th with 10 were high !scorers I : ) of Brown, Chan 'Her FIRST LINE TIRES =

himself as Circuit Judge of grains during 1968. food and fibre products at Circuit by exparvlm(! popular In the Tlgerettei 39-30 victory. Davis. Whitley Jackson, and:! ,

the Eighth Judicial Circuit, Farmers! participating in I refl sonable prices. lion. He was unopposed In the The Tigers won by a score of Parks: It (.trnie-l quite lnoosslljle : I AT =,
I The County Office Manager 1964 elections nil IH I -
presently 5753. Harold Chandler made ) nnd the
comprising Alachuu: Baker this p"oxram are eligible for Timers: wit onto -
UNDERINSURED Bradford, Gilchrlat, Levy and diversion[ and price support I said that full Information on Hervlre! u two vwir term 14 points ain Earnest Whit-, a victory of 5351. Harold
the farm pror-ams Is available He flecks Ins list( DISCOUNTS =
I now full BIG
had 12
Union Counties. I payments and price support Chandler led with!! 23 point i -
? loans their I nt the Bradford ASCS term of six years, and HO fat :IIffU'f'ICF.US: followed] by Eim.st Whltlci
Judge Murphree was appointed on I960 production ....
County Office
I located at 136I has announced' '
in 1943 by Senator of the feed grains. In return I North no opponents. FOR CITY & COUNTY: with 11.Tuesday. LIST With Disc. -=
Temple Avenue. Office
SpeRxard I. Holland, then they agree to limit their pro- Judge Adkins Ki'iutu.ileil\ 1 Rufus Riley Jr., son of Mr. night the teams'
I i hours art' from 8 a. m to 4:30: from the University or Flor and 7-:7fx: : t I J 1i'-----: $32.3!) $19,28 =
I Governor of Florida. He was I duction to the base or allotment Mrs Rufus Riley of went to Live Oak lo play O' or -

f : re-elected without opposition[ acreage not :'lvp I In 1M8! 111M, and I960. the program and! to maintain He has served It" re.Heurch.( attorney (city police officer lie! I U [a ; rit.sday niuht they went buck\ -
He received his AB and the <11.erted acreage in office growers to contact the counts' for the Supreme' Courtof graduate! of RJE High School i to LIe Oak to play OuuKlasIlifh. 8.55x118.15x15;)!) t J :(8.93( \ !); =_2ifi7. = I
during the
t' LLB degrees from the University conservation uses. !loJ., Although participation sign-up per-in Florida assistant AttotneyGeneral and has studied at Edward I I J t;) 35.Hi; (; 19.95 ,...
of Florida, and iiHilst-
of Florida, and practiced Through! February 11 th" the Waters! Collese.: He Is a mern- I| fllL'ltCIl: NEWSAt : ":-- =
Is 38.93; 21.81
programs voluntary, :)
a ant State Attorney of the Ktli bar of Mt 8.45x15 I -
end of the I Pisiah! AME the la t > sslon of Mt
law In Gainesville for 13: years first two weeks of farmer must sign -
up at theASC3 Judicial Circuit Ho the
before going on the bench the sign-up for the Cropland I County Office tf he first jUdge of the Court was! of Church and:! has been employed ) Sit 111 I Uai-l.st A--i) Lieut'in'' Plus Tax and! Tirs On Your Car =
Adjustment Program, five at Bradford Count HiS- J. C Ca MM! ell w.is elected I ,
Judge Murphree was a Representative wishes to participate and bo Record of Aliichn.i County. Dltnl. He \Vlii1ewalls! $2.00) Extra
farms in the had fileda sta'ti1'! on his new pI eW'nl( af! Lie loiyinenV
? from Alachua county eligible for the program benefits Between 1941 and 1959!) >>, except duties on Feb. 18. Other! Si/.es Available At These Discount; Prices.WALKER'S =:.
County in the State Legisla- request for en agreementunder I for time out during thewiir League Convention with authority ,.
the This Ralph Williams Is the now t'') appoint his officers
ture of 1933. He l.s an Episcopalian program. program -
he .
wall engaged In !general /
Rotarian, member of !supplements the objectives Mr. Thorsland/ law practice in Gaines I special deputy\ succeeding the to orKanUc\ this convention SHELL SERVICE
"' See Florida Blue Key, and of Phi of the annual diversion late Lottie Williams He has The following have been up-
IM.. NOKflEL Delta Phi legal fraternity. He programs and is designed to ville."Florida He Criminal Is the; author Law and of I' lived in Sturke for 20 years: pointed: Dtneon H, Wanton 135: : E.: Madison Starke. Fhi. Phone 961-8551

IH a past president of the University I I help farmers divert cioplarii:! I Found DeadIn Procedure" and "Florld.i Reall j! and U married to the foimer vice president:: Miss Shirley 0

of Florida Alumni from production of surplus Estate Law and Procedure/ "
your Gulf Life!
Association, a recipient. of the crops to conservation uses under His HomeNewton UH well as" numerous publlcn-

Distinguished Alumni Award long-term agreements! -- I tlons divorce,
Representative on chancerypleading "
.. five to 10 -the NOW AT A511NG 1
from the University of Florida, years county Thorsland 80 a !:* and practice. and< 1
and recently received the Dis- office manager explained resident of Starke the other Florida law VAIUtC.
A>k him how on. Gulf lif. for past phase of
Inturonc. policy with Adapt-A- tinguished Citizen Award from Participants" will receive ad- 13 years, was found dead .,this He Is vice president of Al-
flon can protect your. horn* I Stetson University College. of "ustment payments calculatedto home on Highway 100 achua County :Mental Health
t provide family Income, add Law. He IH a member of the partially replace incomeof IftouUil'! 9,
Wednesday, Feb. Aitsn., and vice president" of|
"icorn to your retirement Circuit, State and AmericanBar
fund. or h.lp .nd your.. children by neIghbors North Central Florid Council H.
Associations. .
I to col!.g.. Florida.He It Is believe that Mr. on Crime and Delinquency< He noswarthv
j Judge :Murphree l.s now ser IH married to the former" Thor land, who lived alone l I. a member of the First
Phones 1-4121: ving as Chairman of the National Edith Winston of Gainesville. had been dead for more thari' Methodist Church of GninvsI .
I After 0 p.m.-8(14-( d" Box: 880Starke Trial Judges and is the Gainesville. and their found. He was last seen alive Eight, Gulnesvllle Lions!!

.'1... I immediate past chairman of I daughter, Frances Mauzy, In walking to Starke, as was hid' I Club,' American Bar Aasoclatlon )

I the Circuit Judges Conference Arlington Texan. habit, on Monday: Jan. 31. It I the Florida Bar, and Phi I njumiu ami aruoKB
1 beleived that he may hav i I Delta Phi legal fraternity.. [

died later that day or next I He was born In Gainesville!

morning In IfltA nnd liven there with) :310 E.: CALL ST. PHONE !961'.1011 STAKKE. "I OIUIMPHILCO@
A neighbor who carried I .
hit. wife, Ethel, and! his daughter <
some food over Tuesday night I LIn<111.
Feb. I 1. did not get any answer I

After repeated knocking: but I
thought Mr. Thorsland was THE RIGHT( 1'Ol.NT for the

perhaps visiting friends. After !; way you write. (\>me In andsclett

others had called at the I, your favorite KSTKK-: ';
Hamburgerall hone durIng the week and BROOK fountain pea T1SIJGRAPi1. :-

I found the door locked and nr I .

answer, W. E. Lawson who
lives next door unlocked the ,' A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH : -

the house with a skelton key on'
brings results.i .
way Wednesday.Mr. Thorsland's Feb. 9 body, anj found lying' VAlUE RlfJT

r' on the floor beside! the bed in '
his. bedroom. I Block i HiltsPASSION

Sounds good. Of course some A retired dairyman from PLAY t tI tI
New York State, Mr. Thors I ti i

people might just have land was born In Norway on FEBRUARY ?O APRIL 17AT

Sept 7, 1885. He was a mem- LAKE WALESAMPHITHEATER
mustard and pickle or lettuce
ber of the' First Baptist -

and mayonnaise but it soundsa Church ofstarke. I PCurOKMAMCK* COCK --
Surviving is one brother Tuf il. y, ''rhiirsduy. SaturduyJjn -
little better when you say, Nils Thoiland, of New Berlin. : P.M.Sunttuyv -.

"Hamburger all the way!" N. Y : :IH> I'.M I --

Funeral services were held
It's the in banking -
same way ''
at 10 a, m. Friday Feb. 11 1.1' FEB 23 A EVERY WtDIN -

most financial institutions Hope Cemetery with Rev W I MARCH 3 P Mllui.Y -

have some services, but only at A.C. Hogan Jones officiating. DeWltt i tVrrk .NMillfLY ,i 7 30K.STliKSI'M I 1 II -,
Funeral Home was
.% V <) H > ,
your BANK can you get In charge of arrangements
I HONI COMPLETE service. Yes, ->H VVHITI Bo Tl. UAHfOfAkpH\ -
Sentence Suspended'
checking accounts savings I' --

In Support Case 7M css nsM igowno. M
accounts with guaranteed .., .,. -
'++- 'atwFw I} Stf U'l' I'I"' I "W
interest, and all types of loans! A local man received a sui- : ONLY -
ende.j sentence in Circuit V I -
In other words, why Court arraignment proceed-

settle for limited ings before Judge George L
financial service Patten Monday afternoon $$258.60 f

Thomas F Rabon pleaded .

when you can haveit guilty to the charge again.it i ..

him of withholding support r {Priced WltKTradela ..
"all the wayto -a ///
and Judge Patten imppopoed a I / llllllln I
Get to know your two year sentence which he I J :

ordered withheld on the condition world -
banker; he can "
Ration $20 'I
pay Pf'rI --
become your best week for the support of his
I -
'g news
friend. family. L/ 111 W
_, Separate :

Set Dimes Feast Fest In i m: t1 NO FROST FREEZER ::

__ ,, holds 93 Ibs of /froian foods -
Bradford High fcusTto( -' -- Freezer Storage Door "

Bradford County' March of I
II "''
.. I Dimes campaign will\ be concluded I1 I, Separate :
I with a "food feast and ,-- --- --
fun fest" at Bradford: Hldh The Chtlll! Ion SCI..... Monitor r
A. School Saturday night. On Norway St...Baton. ,M &OZt IS I IPIIIO.

rA ,v Chris Parker, campaign di- REFRIGERATORSECTION ,=
.. .nt.r my Mbiolptlon to the 1
: rector. ad! a chicken supper Monitor for the parted/ circled be.low. :
f will be r rved from 5:30: to .
: I nctow yamUS.( .Fundii 1 I
t 7:30.: followed by an 1m- PhdcoDairyBarpoarwith ::.
promptu entertainment program Q I YEAR $24 a 6 month f 12. '"' -- 1 "Seo thru" Butter lIeeper, ,1r

in the school auditor- D 3 month $
"Over 400 banks in Florida behind you and your community I Bottle Shelves 1..1
ium.All Nan.Str.t \ Thl b the calf tlmf ,
ASSOCIATION amateur entertainerswho Full width! porcelain enamel I
FLORIDA BANKERS wish to participate In the 9 get top dollar for your old refrlg r.tor ont Vegetablo Cmpor holds
.1 I M odel 14RD6 A NMA I =
show mav contact Parker or City band now Phllco. Prtc d for your budget >'t Dushaln -
Frank Wllllama. -
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r- I MRS. ANNIE COLSON T".r"'tiildntH' I ,,1..1'..lilt u III In. liii',,'.u, 'U.,11 n", .' I ...1111"."i '""' I 11.1, .tTM, ....01. S'PIl I 111 t.("Ul',II II* ""I..) ,SHI',ll ll\ \,I.,I Iruii
I Recreation Habits Seven Inducted MI I'll i.: or .HI. .'1' v liii I 1 I.I' Lin I In" I I' lit' """,1110.1,! 'inTlllH .' I ,i...HUH'IIIINtV. .1 I I", ,,' "I'\I.l', '"|1'.' ,'I'I' IK.II.. i. Hiuiii). in. ijniiiuiii, .... i
SERVICES SATURDAY lh,' "''Ill' I"I Ill 1'1' 1<111''IK In ill mil! i C'S" h uiik I !I..r loll" i .11"
1'0 ClIUII.I..I
Chiili 1"1\ '11.'h" 'c
I Of Local Residents Into CivitansSeven "iislrliiuo, 14 C'unt'tal/< rii'lu, .'i nntlii. Hhilll I I..* I'lll.llalii! illinn I I ''."II'III''l' I'll tin. l'III.lrr'. ., .vi'- ,tutl'i'. \\'I.\t.\ ,In. UK Hi, PIU1'l.l, <5I l
Funeial services for Mrs VI'Y. L.,,.5 I. Dill. mull MiM'k rm. ,. rum,, ii.ii-,, I Ill't II..... It ,\ I :tIl'fl, Hlld Count*. rili'HiuiiliImlill .. .
I I Under Now _II .. 'I tIlls l.illi: ila. "1' 1<'. .lI'i, iiiii ,.
Study new memb'rs wer AnnIe P. Calson.; ) 91, or Plant You. rHAUUIiNDJ' ) I'lllVCTT., auuutlvu WHuka in lisa lliadluiilCounty ,ill., (lie. ii'Igiui.iI, III 11" .1'1'/1'/ >
I : 'l'aiegrai'li.l1itl.t'8. ,ilip. I 1.1., .".l, "'"' ('1.1'.' ( .U't ,," \ Ilillb.
iiro ) notiriiMl I i that a i i.ni* |
'ruiiKtel, iiH-i: the Starke Civil City will be held at 11 a. m .., Mill (111), 'I.t SIOAL
The' Stnrko Reripntlon" Hepiutincnt I ,PlaInt ,tn fort'i'IOHI-, II t ..nil iii ( A. i'iiiVCtes'k : "''I ..I' '" ( '"' ill' I ( )
t ni C'Uij: in coiemonlcs! at Saturday F.!b. 19, In the Hr.t churl gs i, nn I thi lulliiwhitt, I d..t !.'- i"r HID I'lnull. .\I.I.p'. .I.... 1"10"1., ,., Ipi.' "", ,.1- 'II \1:1.1-1.\: :: 1P.ILIIYI.'g.iil..Iii. '
In cooperation with i 1"ul\1'' :: mctln Tuesday; Baptist Church of Starke. In- aiilttcd, |1"'I'rty| KIIIIIUO I In "I'i'iii" 'I. S lir.idluiil, (. '.mi* ..C .ahl ,'",",,,.1.1111. ,lIlt'I.'I. I if till, ,'I 1'' lilt,, I I' 'III'S" I In '.
t'J'h', ,\. I ii p ii" 1 1.J 1.1
the School of Forestry at thE tv, l"l.i'iilit, .
UriKlforcl Ida
County, Fbi to
at tho! QarJen Restiniiiit teimenc will\\ be In Rtvr ,iIi
J University of Florida Is conducting D i i.n ; New wit: lly Uvulah .\1.. Mi.inl' >' I I :: 41 .1 l In
Baptist Church Cemetery ,. lll'IHII' < 1.1-, l
Y" Clip Inti
Oommoniinir lit ttttrttnn .
a of the outdoor I ---------------.
survey Thn new members are lIen- Mrs. Colson was bo.n: In of thH Laivtev hmlMlilillebum (':II{('I'IT "'(IFILT 5"Kat.l'i'i.'roii ; ) HOMETOWN : _ _ _ _
lerreation habits and I I los.5 ,nml I !..... A. Yu\vri,, .1.1)1J2 )I.
'' :'t. 4 \ On-. Call Hur. David( Liberty County Oa the / .
n ,
tI' i IIIulnul. Mt..t't.
Hi. '' :
pi'ofci'em'PM of Bradford County t "v. unit I HlKhliiiiil' StOlid.l nmlrniinliiK u ii CLAIM SERVICEMERRITT ,
loslilenta WI':i '. R-dnrv;! P. Hall Olin daughter: of the )ate Jnmi" I 1..1: aloiiK Iliv Htarkv., i"l..ritta. i :I IJD'il:: ,I i HOUSEHOLD

White Jr. Dilpli Rcd-lsh; and Hendly and Nancy Poppe'.l.: :> .rth' ..hie.| ] uf !I..", tiy amilldUloliiiiic ., _*_ltoin.y tur IMiilntllfH, I .
A letter and questionnaire e ''i .1 ,, U'Uid: :.Ml:: : C....', ,-1/17 It !1/tO I
e uiil be mailed to 300 selected Oei ,ild Williams She had lived In Bradford tu u point or ''','l
': Citizens this week. Those who Thc club also saw a Chamber County since Infancy, until thfiui-. l I'll n :Nollll' I nnil ,iniiallfl '\(1"111'( : -in I>ITIMIIN : : F V D.st.ics1vs
'e : of Commerce sponsored moving to Plant City severalyeass Ullll Hlllll. J.HUl.V Illl'lIlltchliinil 'I 1'lItEII'I !' i UIII.i .i. nn ti'>-1 j: WILLIAMS
fI V Un..itl
receive the forms are askedto orrUntight
.. ,
I Ii a.12'iii !1..1.l I 01 N-I%. i'i.ouiii I tin
t, complete them and returnto j !!Ifl5t t rip narrated by Staika- ago to make her home tliftiiiII.IKI:' .un.l' imf.. ii. ) i... ( 554 i'IS.: 117 N. Walnut St. V : !* -
It.P the Starko Recreation Department Bradford C of C Manage:! with relatives. She died therson with MU.UI I.M\\'III| ,lltltl, Mlllfllelnirv I'pio', ." ." I I.4;.'I.01 I I Ip I f DlHAMW.
PitAIN'Wik' titled "19S8 Elections Febiuary 16. I Ilimil, tin f..< l. *tin'in'. p'hun." '. J 11111110101.I I l-'iiiniir! I ns soon as pOHxible Huntll. Illl'l l'Urnll.1It". )) "II111, vs Hlllh EI 11,11111.1., ....r'ulull'' '.
(II I '., The questionnaire asks eachre Apathy or Action la. \\'',lrv Mini I HlKliliinil, IC..nil, :.(I'I't'\o, \: To .i"u'i.s: itr. ) jr TE MUM, MUTIItl
T I. to Indicate how oftenhe ,'AlL .'01tllU... .MHl) f IM,t in tile :.North.; Hlili "I Cs.lI .. Itllih. .1. ii,tilted.1.1YII" _UIOMOBIKIKSURAKCt ,
Iplent FIRST BAPTIST City or Hamlton 'Ii rp'vlnlO'hid" l I.\\'I"Y" a nil St 11 hlh'\ollrll\ Pii'. I III.....i.'. Il't' ,r" ,Ii I ''h', I COMPHNr '''_I,. :
P and his family participate on approximately, loiio feel IliHliI. thfii<.". \\'i'Ht t Ii I.'ussr (thNorth .. II tillS. t".,. Ill 1"I'. h,,. 10..., I -----------------------
r in the various outdoor recreation 1' CIH.KCII: STARKE: of Hile-vulk running from tlo'.- 5 Bide "f Biiid I...,... ,..y !1.1: 'ii I". 1 Pill ..1..s.. .
a them R. R right' of woy north '01.111".h', : '".... I lE'ill'l. :'HI, I I'Mlii I II I
ictlvitiea such as fishing I W. A. hogan: Fa-stnr! .ld.o to Juncilun of 8.: It. :ill::: llii |,,..111'' "r 5 I'l.ulimfiiKMllil ', I :.' z )'
hunting picnickingboating, Edwards Out und 18. .iiilititlnlliK. "".,''I.'t. I If I innIlllllt ,. __. ;'h; i.l-
f camping hiking. swimming Sunday Sunday School Sidewalk ore to ho :.1 1 fuel iii'l It HH. AlHIl, ill'HI"l'I II 1 Illl'll,' -' -
wid. uii Jilnch' thick H" ItI... k H ClIMl:. I..,\\'I I.-Y, .
J Basil Davis etc.< For Commission 9:45: a. in. Morning! Worship: Contact It. i Results of the survey will sermon Dislocated Christians to City of Hamilton Hox 1t',1 l Illiiill I hi' I'lllilli. I II.', "rIM, appy
be used by the Recreation Department 11 a. m. Youth Choir 18. of llrndfoid' Cniinty. ,Klorl'l.i.' .
!: Seeks/ Dist. 5 to establish! an out- Dist. 4 Post practice, 5 p. m. Training 2/10 4t 3/3 him I I.IM n ril.il! 'HKuliiMl Mil/ mill,I "Let 'JlalPY.ll1ke; : You II II PIY.. 9S43965Florida
i ii..MKI: : :i! HKHIIMIOTHA.M.:; : mi'l
. door recreation and Union. 6:11) Evening woi&hlp ix TUB muuir With A (;fUaranleed IVcd Car
program : roiitr OKnir. )'.,," III'"> hurt li,>' ri'iiilri| t. ",1 i 1\* '
School Post assist the County and City indetermining Maurice Edwiirds. .1 Jt' Bradford sermon "Ood' Answer toLlfe's KK.HTII: JIIIKII.OK a ititv| .., your iiiiHui'r,. m.' "iilf.ifl. OK A NEW FOItn
kind outdoor County ciittlrrn.-in and .R'W''I" fl.OMIlIt, l\ law l I..* I lit.. i'.iiintiliilitt" on I Hi'
what of Problems. 7:30.
AJ\IJ: von DKAIJ"'OItIJ' ,hll"lirr, :litlnrnit., Til' I'"11 A DUVAL MOTORS
Thii'\'-seven vnr old BiniliMvi recreation areas and facilities biiilnoHsiniin, announced today< Monday YWA meeting. (.rnI,4.ry IV (:IIAtf' 't.MtCAMH : VavMi. .Ir I IJJ:: $,..uplp l \\iiliuii Representing

announced would be of most use that he would be n cnndiditr home of Mis. Dot Falling, 7 Jlo. i-: MHI. l"'r..I.ootH'k." >*. "Kl'".rhln ,1.'I'll) Juan Off Kowse 'elt JacksonvilleHusinevs
) -- Pest
for the County Commission lip",I rili llu "ilKln.il I Ih""r" InUK
yesU'rii\! ) that he will bo ncancllii.itt to county residents. p. m and hi. wlfi. orri''> cf. 'MI. 'II.1 ,lit "i p pI tin Phone .Ja :'iHt-LVUi; iRts I:>>:
seat District <4, now held by ; x.
t fin)i Bindfiiril, Coun- Geno Raybiirn superlntcnd- Tuesday Junior Choir .Iunl lilKKlnbnthuin, 'ii, nit i-iiiiit P P ,.r tiiniif .ni, Control" I
Bonn! of I'ublu Jnstnic- cot of recreation In Starke 1 Is :Mrs./ Jessie It. Clii tjln. prattia. ?, and Sunbeams 3:30.: ,1'lHlntKf-i, I'lMiiiiv' lorutii: ..ii "i i .i".fi'i, I'hone: Kin/. sley Lake 5.'J.-2711: :{ l I
ty 313 of -vI ,,- till, lllll' i.r :M.il'h. !l'li.' Ifiill
heading up the survey with Mr. 1 Edwards! / IM yi'iiia/ OA meeting and .. liny F__ _ _ _ _ 5. CHEMICAL CO.
t Ion D I-.11.et. 5. county at / Beginner I lChn r II,,,...1 II b. ,h"'l1' nnilhHrl )' fall, I.. dn. H<>. jlliltfiiii. .' i"\
large in the upcoming 13cmOcrati the assistance, of J. W. Shinor age 11 native: of HrndfurdCounty Music Activity 4::30. (' .ni' Prlv.tt.

piim.irips currently n graduate student and a grndu.ilp, of Wednesday Deacon-led

Mr! l D.ii"'i. i is a life-long IOHIdcnt at the University of Bradford 1 County( JliRh School. prayer for rcviva 630.: t>J'ayel' L
of Florida Dr. K. R. Swlnford He I.'. m.nricd to the former Tc
ill ford nml Meeting 7 m. Adult
<>if Bi; County, p. .
Long of Bioohcr andhas
of School of Betty
a graduate!/ of( Hrnilfoid" HiRli University's( Choir practice p. m
School. lie hi, bren .emplnvriliy Foiestrv. 1 Is 1 providing overall two sons and three, daughters. Thuis. Feb. 24-Vi..itatlon.

the DuPort Co. for the supervision of the survey. One of his sons recently 10 a. m. Piimary Choir practice -
had the grand champion steer
past 11 voait. and i is engaged 3 :30. WMU Mission Stu- cjDE9N RITSJ3
at the KloiiiU State Fair in
In a farming: practice at Gra Tax Assessor Tampa. Last year he and hiM ':Jy. "The Land; Between." covered

ham. Mi Dnvii has been a.- dish supper, 6 p. m.
selected the
Will Continue family were as
live as Democratic Commit- Visitation 7pm.
outstanding Bradford County
He l It married, to the former Depositions I FrI., Feb. 25-State Music
farm family for 1965.
Betty Jones and the fill her of Mr. Edward, > has boon associated Festival! 7.30: p. m. 20 word..* or Inn, one Insertion Memorials, Kpnolutlont, ptr. Dlnplity ,\<1.. In Classified.. Kertlon:

k three school-age children< Bradford! County Tax As- Sat.. Feb. 26--State Must (minimum charge) ..__ 1.00
with the Bnidfoid ---------- Per word ______--________--__ __ .05 $1.5(1( per Inch-Hrst insrrtion.
In announcing :Mr. Uavis. seHHor Gene Long: will have County Farm Bureau. and the Festival 9 a. m. If not paid In advance-. ---- 1.23:
pays that a strong educational another "go 'round with attorneys I CaFIM; of Thank. : I'p to SO word.* $1.25. |>rr 1 Indi uftcr first\ I n."r tl on.
Bradford County CRtlleman'lIAssoclntion coded blind tut.
Keyed or *

ystem.imoe. He IS a believoa must for that these our owners representing at 2: p live.m. Urnboilancl Friday for rrvinv, yeurs'l STARKEBUSINESS (minimum ('har&e) -.__________ 1.2,; (Inlmum charge) --____. ---___. 2.SO\

children' must be given this Feb. 23. He Cattleman's has been president Association for | Each, additional word over 20_ __ .0:\ ()\er 50) word: .pr word. .. _______ .0:>

.!topportunitv If elected, he will At this time Long* will con
give his strong!;: Support to the.'AIf1chua. tinue his deposition in 15 years and Li a state dnec- I Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR SALE WANTED OLD COINSAp- MAIDS NEEDED: 7'i' hour
.adfortl Junior, Col- ation for a hearing PI.el'ar-j I tor of the Florida Angu.8 I & UPHOLSTERY WORK Ready: mix concr.te. concret praisal service fiee. See Manager work day $24 a week. Fringe\
sociation. Recently he was one c.urbe Man Prom
block house sand
piers ce
) and the Voca. Pa.l&tUFurniture Home's Restaul'antLa..tey. benefits Including paid vacation -
Jpgre. proposed! [ brought by the timber II/ Lemon St.
of the seven delegates elected DIRECTORYAUTO "Keystone"George ment, mortar mix, rocs: steel .
Fla. Phone 782-9827. and Insurance
tlon l-T'l'mc'111! Ti.iinmgr: Cen full value sick leave group
ests contesting Long's I Repaired
Flotida to icpicuunt "merock' !
from < oyster shell roo
ter. He al'o; states that' he IiA assessments on their prop E. LaRue Refinished 12tp 3 10 Phone 969-3801 Ask
I Florida Angus: Association. at Upholstered & gravel. lintels BRADFORD
small taxpayer' and will I erties. The suits will be heard Krynrton Heights for !Mrs Shaller tech,
the national convention in I MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ) ENCR. CO. Phone 964-2521 "A Tribute of Respect[ anilHonor"
work t Chicago.: BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
REPAIRS Innerspringsand !! ;
dollar( )) .spent" wii.ely.; I A. H. Murphrec. In I a a neil i nd ng his ,is,n'l ll- : Insurance Needs.ftepreii4sntiflg I To those who with to pur- BOOK before( buying any

.Mr li.nis j stii-i.spH th:,it he I In his first session with thf''tlmhcl' dIey.11': Kdvv: .,itds( Maid I Unit.. Box Springs,: <'lll. e a ficmoi, ,'l.il of beauty other encyclopedia M. A.

rei'ngni, ,:is t tliii J-M.-I, t i nspunibilit rcpi'csentatlves several/ if elected he would, snvc conscientiously Great" American In*. Co. Drop Us A Card' or 'Call "' .\:NI'Il: 'I,inrl 1 d.istin'tion! < one that Payne local lepiesenta-
\ 'nf I Die .,fli''.... ;and. l IfS weeks. ago, Long was questioned } Earl's GarageALL Tk Traveler In"*. Co. PAIATKA EA: $-'''::711 your
all of Brmlfoid, ,<1 AT RF.III'C'YI) 1F.S measuios. up" to the hIghest live since 1956. Box 626.: (
"(fUrii-il., IK!' will I wo 'k to uphold steadily for six hours. "It County to thc best interest! of KIND OF 11 I 473.4692 Day AFTER 6 1'1.SIIAIJ-EK: AUTO: rniK.: IUTDOYLE I, ,tandauli/, of quality, may we Phono 961-3714 tfrh'j
the 11 nindi' 'iio" the people) was! a nerve wracking ordeal" 473-4335 Kites URS. PEGGY ,
all. F.. CONNER offer our .seivlcos
have placed in him the Assessor commented. AUTO REPAIK WORK Auto Fire Horn Basinet 201 F.. Adkins St.;; IMSVKAJkCE AOK.NCYtfrhg NO.( 379
All Work Guaranteed I Ingram Memorial Co.
Starke. An;nt I
Moathlt Payment Flan
Long was represented at the Phone 969-Z964 Investors Special 322 aries

deposition by T. A Yawn, who Farm Bureau So.' Walnut Starke =.N. SMPiilh St. Adjiirrnt" Ti high lolling lan.1, pine and

.Is preparing the county's defense COINS WANTEDBUY LAWN :lOWER :Memorial Cemetery; Lake. (.It} oak timber. Small private

I to the suits. Cattlemen Set SELL TRADE REl'AIU MARY, QARTERComplete I 52wk 120;, 66 lake. Best of hunting. 10 minutes -

7010.95.i I The five timberland owners Saturday SupperThe I AUTO SERVICE I<<.flr.' Appraisal '-reloe for I W'.. Slate .\ Complete :Mower F drive to city. Just $100

F allege that Long's assessments your old cohin. free of charje.I Repair !Service! Tune ('p FOR RENT-2 bedroom con- per acre. Small down\ payment.

i on their property. averaging list In a series of covered BELOTE'S DRUGS to Major \erhanl. I'hkup PAINTS crete block house Tile floor, NO. 381

k 666 I $79 per acre are confiscatory dish suppers for Farm I Gilbert S. BrownStandard Keystone heights I and l ellvry !KertU'C ('ALL 'hot water heator. space heater 4 acres. 2 tillable.! 6 room

and Illegally/ arrived at. They Bureau and C.ittlcincn Asdociatlun Oil Service< Station : t'S! TOI!>)>.\'\" 9610611FlltJS'rONB( 632 Pinewood Drive. Will bungalow fully furnished.

are risking. the court to set a families will be held I MALE!: HELP WANTED-1\Ien:1 l: edecoratp! to: suit tenant Many out buildings: 2 mIles

.I value on the lands and to en- Saturd.iy night. P'cb. l II!>. in ATLAS In good health age 21 to 60 8 Line E N. Oxboine. phone 064-( fnm Statk" Only $8.500

4 -._-...- -- ,I join Tax Collector J. R. Kelly the LnA-tcy ni('Ivml, r.ilcliti.i, I: TIRES' & BATTERIES: hour day, 5 days week Two of'PAINTS 6601 4tp :'J! 17 STIIOTIT REALTY

from! taking action to collect starting :it I 7 o''iliii< ,. 'l k. All I I rnrm- I Budget Terms- Road Service weeks paid vacation state retirement FOR SALE Good business ANDSUPPLIES ::11 17 N. Tmile;, Ave

Plaza their current taxes. bore and, .potpntl.il nirmbeis Phone WM-7 <407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S I Starke. Improved and unimproved W.\\iTI'n; : ) 'ars To
both invited Personnel
of oig.inl/itioni are Write or contact Phone 969-3431
H. V Knight, P. O.Dra.wer Check Front EndAiignnsentFREC
Barber Shop F.UK ASSOCIATION \ to attend.< Department. Sunland Training

MEETING THURSDAY The need, for organizing a Center! P. O. Box 1150. dalnesvlll : I F, City. tfcna For All Purposes Myers Power Tools

Starke IM.i&i: ladles aiixill.irv tn the Farm SHELL' .. 4tchg 2 24 No OhliKiitlon Drive) Ilk To Area. Heidfju.irtcrs' For
A membership meeting of Bureau will be Near Winn-Dixie i.sse Service Station 1.ln\; nn..m. "ers' lo\\er Ti, oHMK'iillwh
the Bradford County Fair Association S..d'.IIh"' Cost IH Only
I II this time. I FEMALE HELP WANTED TV SERVICEny Tools : Chain, Mitts
Andy Dobson will be held tonight Can Oils Lubrication. Power KS.55: :\ for :Most Cars At- I
Lonmc Hurley Farm Hu- Age 21 to 54: good health 8 I'll nips A Water S:>H the Chamberof Goot'l'elLl' Tires flatterIes :
I Thursday I at & FIU" RTOl'I
Proprietor Commerce office at 7:30.: meats president! slid' that present I F ROAD SERVICE hour day, 5 days week; Mln Phone' 9R1-R201 I plans no in hoi'I a covered education! 10th grade: vacation n.t.tl| Sales 1'1"1'It l e
YOt"J PVTUONAKK All members and other. Intw- 301 and 100 -Starke :'J..i:>>: N. TempleTRANSPORTATION
I I 1 dish snpp !r! f
APPRRCITEI; ) :' e-tcd' persona are urged to at- about onti ,i iiititer| FulunBupppis I .' benefits. Write or see Personnel I m !nrllnj III my home I I '..<;ini-.ville. :376-3111 I

tend. \ [ will I ,b,< ln'ilit. '!i I : Umokr (- -===- Manager Sunland TrainIng I TV Technician I Reasonable( Mrs JIo'llnKS' : tfi,'lie. .

I HimiHun:: and 1 1turke.!; 'I I Il I Center. P. O. Box 1150 worth. phone 964-3524 I
[ David Gunter Keep yom paitv tosethe RENT-- room unfuini -
224 4tch 217
Oalncsvllle Fla 4fcrh F
G L I 11 S 5 That'll Our Business I'.' l 12 Wides.d I r i F l'hart1'i a Greyhound( bus. Cal : i''hfd duplex rn'Lment:; 108LnkP

SENIOR CITIZEN PLUMBING AND REPAIR Fast Service Lacy Conway Oreyhotind 9B4-( | ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS St ("a 11 H'l'i4! '
WORK. 17 experience 4051 or sunlit: 964-1044; Lacy
"If It's Glass We Have It" years .*. Work built to order. Machine work.
NEWSOne I Custom MadeFor Calvin) Starling phone 964- Guaranteed; ConwaY Flying: < Service tfrhu FOR SALE-3 J-r'iooin house

CALL WRITE or VISIT Florida Livtaf 8001 2tchg 2'24' .*. Reasonable Rates float Motor and Pump re In Saratoaa; Hctahts Small

FOR ANY GLASS NEED minute of .ilence. was PI'RE OIL COMPANY: pl\h'- Brown's Repair Shop. :down payment Phone 9<>46471 -

obseived at the 8-nlor Citi- Get More AUTO RADIATORS cleaned I'hone SB 1-1821 Has two bay service stationfor Rt 1. Box 363. Starke I IKinics- tfch<

\ We Design Modern Store Fronts : I zcnes Club 11CCtiflion; Feb 8 YOU ForYoui- -repaired. New and.:!' used radiators I lease at Walnut and !Madison Icy Lake I tfchu

\ 4- Just Mail Us A Pattern For in memory of Mir. Mildred $ $ $ boat traIler for sale at SINGER Ul\L-O-\I.1'W: "I Sts Paid f.alnlnv\ available ALL TYPE HEATER SERVICE -

Table TopsSHEA'S Drlscoll. uho passed away No Salaried or Commissioned Strobo's Garage & Radiator CONSOLE MODEL SEWING Call Travis Mathls Jjcksonvll 1314 HI.tndintc l Street Farmers order yourstrawberry

; Feb. 1, A flornl vxroalh was Employee Shop. Corner Orange St and MACHINE: Must[ place In I
sent by the club. Edward' Rd. Ph. 964-6174. your area. A-I shapa. Zis- bedroom C. B living and Dining area three !son Sheet Metal Works. Phoni4021
GLASS CO.NOT DAD & BRAD : FOR SALE-3 < <>- or, OA4- //lU, tfchu:
I 111'VIllam: made an appeal LARSEN tfchar zags buttonholes, fancy designs house. Large family room. bed rooms with large closets I

for members to attend a LIKE TO WORK etc. Sold new for over' tile bath. kitchen sink under Tavem.
( INC.) FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished closed garage double lot. :Most[ I FOR RENT Blue
chicken dlnnpr to be heLd at. SACRIFICE. window. oak !floor,
house. Newly redccoratH !- $300. MUST desirable location. M. A.Payn. screen equipped for restaurant 01

1313 N-AN.-ith I'l. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 the! hmh school: auditorium. YOU Benefit! : Ready March 1 Just pay balance $62. or assume ... 204 S Glenn st. Phon- porch. car port. large! utility. tavern or equipment for sale

with pl'o'el'dsoinlC!: to the Cor. Cha-Utian & Pratt Sts $7.80 monthly payments 964-2701 until 4 :30 P. m. 964- hot water and lame spac"; Reuben White. Market Roal, :

I March of Dimes All Sizes!'! on Display Call 964-4431. 1 Itchg Will take older machine In 3794 after 5 and weekend heater Well trained: ; lot 5th house on right. Up
I Since our club) I is dedicated 8.1012Vides trade. Call Credit Manager.! tfchp $100.00 down with balance
I to contribute to the b"ttei- I HOUST: FOR RENT-at. Law- COLLECT. Jacksonville 353- ,less than rent. A. J. Thomas. THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SAT
l'/j Baths
Serving Florida meat of the- community it was t tey, Reasonable rent to man I 1946, night or day. Will deliver TH 964-5701! I URDAY Special Elvis Presley
I voted unanimously to mak and Expandables No obligation 2tchg 2 17 Tire For $;).00 When long play recors. $100
Since 1950 who will\\ make some repairs ,
I' You 1st Tire FOR SALE Ten acres on discount Dahmer's Discount
the Staike Nursing Home a Buy I
Beautiful lawn. Phone 964-
Ralford Road. D L. Kite. Ph.
Qreetuig fVJCI ffn project to visit and brln-i New and 7084. itch' IMPROVED Bluebell ,\t ltKI'rlce.. HOIII'P.
c UsedSYr.
I what comforts we can to the Woodard and Tlfblue vane 151)-11: ) or 870-13 NjlcinnItlmkuall 6to 3 17

I ties. 12" to 24' plants 65c each Tube Typo or FCR RENT One and two
... patients Miss Tewy: PayneMrs | FOR SALE-S-90
.. financing availableUse Honda Motorcycle -
1372 Blanding St. bedroom trailers. Also for sale
at farm Rooted cuttings 25c TiiIeI('HH Honcl IIILardllairniiti'O
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Pear Ha Mtli and MisRose !" 8 months old. Very'sood
Very nice three bedroom CF 'I\ch. E. D. Longnerker Melrose '; No Limit on baled! Coastal Bermuda and
Mr\ LticileGodwin Hal sail d.mto.(> :| candy .
Cordially I Our Rental-Pur home with oak floors, cornel Fla. Ph. 475-2093. 4tp 33 I :'dilc, or :Months. I'ltCK: : price. Oahmer'.s. Discount clover. J. B. White phone
mints to be tll.stiibuted at th'
'rJi s chase Plan--Payments lot and paved street. Monthlj I :MOl'NTIN*!. Homp Itchy' 964-1651. 2tchg 224'

'Representative Welcomes nursing home. payments 60.07, Rensonab! I'IgEs'roNl I E F
I Under $30 Per Month I FOR SALE-7 acres
Oet-well cards were! sent to MEN: OR WOMENYou : REDUCED PRICES FOR -
Call St. I equity A. J. Thomas, Realtor Divided into 4 reneed'i
,1013 i Joe Stein of Keystone and Skating Parties of 10
You and Your Tel. 964-5701 can easily add to youi FOR RENT-Modern furnished or more
Ph. 961-5321 Family to Your I Mrs. Joe Werner of Melrose 'amlly Income making Rood one bedroom apartment wooded homesites All ,t Fun Spot Roller Rink,

Happy birthday was sung to Fl'1,1 4-PLY TIRES all p on SR 200A. near La'<;e Fairgrounds< Starke. For Information -
Starke New Home I NOIEMobile money In your spare time Central heating. $45 per mo
Mis. Isobel Firth Santa Fe at Eailton: Own r call
I I II FIRST USE You choose your own hours plus electrical. Call 964-5494 964-9901.
I Visitors at the meeting were AND BATTERIESAT vnd work from your home 2trh 2 24HOUSEWIVES Bennett. 11402 Elaln' 4tchg 2 24

The/ State of Florida Mr. and Mrs Laui>ntson from Home SitesAVAILABLE BIO DISCOUNT For details, write C. R. Ruble Drive Jacksonville. 768-6063 1 trln WANTED-.;Male age between

New Jersey and Mrs. Crilly Walker's Shell Station, 435 '". O. Box No. 2447 Dept F-l"

It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and and. son from Ontario Canada E. Madison St. Tf Memphis. Tenn. 2 132 24 Income IF YOU but NEED can a good work stea'y only: LAND WANTED ACl'eap.: 22-50.'Mshed! mariled.insurance to run debit estab-In

To You With Your Full Lake Privilege 'aise and mall! tracts cash ;
Acquaint City. Starke Good Write Box
FOR RENT Attractlvel part time. Mil Avon Cosmetlc- pay.
Mrs Elvlrn DcVoo was voted :
honorary life membership Homestead!' Exempt furnished two droom. I '-IEL? WANTED: Automotive and Toiletries. Experience un- buyer. Oeorce. Rogers 14 West 93H Lake City tfchq;

,It you nrc new in the area a phone) for her !good work as delc'atbetween :: Financing: bath, downstairs apartment ni'sN. and truck mechanic: Good I nece'sary. Write Mrs. Ouldn Ave. Woodstown, N. J.2ti 2 24 INCOME TAX SERVICE -

the Woman's Cluo : I Walnut St.. Call Mrs. J. W viapres,: and woiktn' conditions Sweat. P. O Box 5 to. Live 'after 5
p. m.- All day Sat.
.call will bring you a prompt visit _ and Senior Citizens. Lake (Geneva; Klncald 9691491. tfchp Permanent employment. -, Oak. FlA. FOR SALE Upright Piano Charles Hutcheson. phone
Mutual Lumber Co.. Inc.. :Box
from your local hostess. Please give The next meeting will beheld I FOR RENT-: Apartment an( 124 Hampton. Fla. Phon" FOR RENT 2 bedroom Excellent. condition. Phone4734SQ1 969-3355. New BlandIng Rd.
at 7:30: p. ni Tuesday.:: itcha No 230 9tch 47
house 381 Weldon St. Newly
Trailer sleeping 964-
SalesOn rooms. Phone 964-0241 2tchor< 2 24
her a call! She has maps and many Feb. 22 iii the Pratt StrpctRel'1'catlon 4063. Up decorated. Blinds, space heater FOR SALE-'57 Chevrolet 4 WANTED ani
Cent-r. Memb-r- FOR SALE- Window Fanlike gas. stove ani: hot water door sedan low -
free and wonderful gifts for you all Route 10O. One Mile) SEKeyton mileage white carpenter help' rs. Norwood
ship open to men and, FREE SUPPER-Azalea Drlvr '! new. $15. Whittle. 1320 i heater!! furnished one block wall tires. Price reasonable!

from local businesses. women who are 50 years of Ilelfhte Inn at 7 p. m. Feb. 19. Everyone : Standing St., Saratoga from school. Phone 9640354or \ Phone 964-1021, or 969-1471: Hope. 1123 S E. 4th St. phone
Open Sun. & Evenings 378-301. GaInesville
age an-I welcome. itp Heights. Up I 064-1962 Fla.Itchy
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......... IK the Till.. day... of Murih, IlllltlIJuti'il .
I.1.Rr.7.... "Everyone Welcome Tuesday i In Pt-nney Faims as lanle Bradley and. family. Mlclill"liiirMT. I Itouil l. l u n.l 1.h' l.inv-. .mf HltlHwiitk "runnlnw l h i'otn''' HOIJIInill .. tlilH lilt day of Kobrti-. I Ipcrsomi I lnt riRt il t In thu. bualn NA.TJIAN O. HAYKS.! JR.
The New River Association \ guest of Mrs. F. J. Saunders.Mr. Little Penny Padgett spent t y H ntl I I II tlM I hand 1 Iliuiil, ,anilMIIIMlllK /I It. I U rluMt I of wiiy (north 1 Fry 196U I *>H... ur profeHHlon' carrUftl. on STATIfl: 1>V FWmiOA
10:...MI, ,,1..1.. ( till, ) nUliO. In junulloti of S. It. :221 CHAKL.B.S, A. AIU1Y under tha name of HAy :g COUNTY OK BKAUKUltD
E I Lake Mass MPftlng will be held at and Mrs. E. M. Norton the weekend in Mlddleburg as .
Kingsley ;Nurlh nidi' of Uitiy andnndlrhulR unit 18Hliluunlki Clerk of Clnlltt (Colllt olHrmlforil 1 QROCERY AND MATIKBT .at Sworn to and nubnirlbeil", be-
the Beulah Church Feb :21. and family had as Sunday guest of her grandmother I Itouil, 2:11: : li i'fIII xrvbl/ lio 3 fuel t tuulfiin c'ontilv, 1I'lol'ldll Brooker. Florida, and the extunt tore mu tlil ath day of Jan.
- at 7:30: p. m., featuring the dinner guests Mr. and Mia Mrs W. II. Starling. II. llnllll lit lltmillllillHI ;.I'D' lnrliu thli k. 2/3: 4t 224niiiN'rii of thv IntcruMt ot ouch, inUM ui ry, 11IUU.LUClLlil.
thrnru I i MII .Vortli" and. I I"'.H'' i I' I'ontiitt K Kfyi'H or milimltlililn __ follow: H. EDWARIiH.
Aim. E At. Norton Assoc. Training Union, with Jim Riadon and sons and: II.1 \\lth milil. l I"&\\try mid tu City i ut llainptoii. iiox NAMrl: NOTARY PUBLIC. Btato ,ut

HIODO 6132081.uu.uu..uu..a: Ed Lawson, director presiding Misses Nancy Hartley and:! lllKhlnnil.. It,mil 2(fill fi"iillilniiK I. I IH. .'.(;'I'I'I'IU'nJ.1'r1UVIM:; :.. 1 Nnthnn O. Hayea, .''r.nll..h' Florida at Lui" KV My. Cnm-:
All churches of the Association Sylvia Not ton, all of Jackson ihrnu' ttnxt:, pod \t. r..I1..1"lIh /IU. 4t :i.lorun : T. the timlcrMftned, liflnu: ,riulv I IR"orn. I, Bixiiiker. Kim,'Ida In" "H'On' Ktplre Kupi' i, 19H7Notarial
IIHII IAnvley ILn.l'dlll l- .
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are urged to attend. villa Kunil. .' !in fiM-i." Hi''mi'Hiuiili \ OK 'I'\'I'IO": 'I!1'<> do h.I" ilciinti, l utifr ,. Owner 2 :I 2/24
Church ScheduleKlrutsley IVrsonals Mickey Aimer made a trip \fk Let's Go I and, PII rut let will mill HiulNrKI': : 1"'I1'1'1'1IllsiMF' : oath thit I tlii< mini" i I of all
and 1.'It.y( and. HlKhlatift Hun.! Miitli-B/ I lii hereby ntlvon 1 thntth
Jimmy Smith of Staike
lake Baptist to Birmingham Ala. over tlv! Sottrot. ,to tin' North. aid l '"f .. imiltfrHlKntfil. ., under tin. provlitlunH -
Church: Sunday School 9:43a : Linda Crews were dinner weekend. MII'III" l iutcy ICn et! guests Saturday evening of and Mrs fl''I.' ...'..-.. VVCMir" 'iliiiiv !lli"- at F'lorldn,' ,1..1'' 1'!lfl. nlllloKi'ttM'
m Morning Worship, 11 a. Mrs Elma Rings Gardeninglly
CR I ,II.."h Mlilv. of. MII Ul Uiv''V' I I with 1 1 1 tin'. "I"'k i 'if' ,thi THIS WEEK ONLY
m. Training Union 6:15: p. Mr and Mrs Leon Shinier in Mary Shipmnn spent Satin I tool' Mlil.ll.-lMii-K. Itnuil. "I h'' ',.I II. Circuit Cuutt. hi and. ,101.,. liridfmil ,, -
fie m ; Evening Worship, 7:30: !JJ. St. Augustine. day !In Palatka as guests ''ifMi I II I.' ,tin |u>lnt i IIr> In-RlnomKmq '1: 'iMlnt\. l'lorlila. up'.'m. 1 I 1
RA I Misses Winifred and JoannCottle -. J. HltkeyCarlu Hcr\oy. Mhurpe. KilitorMorlila ) .lltllllllllNT''' oiir-llHl',, ,n. 1 uattic 1 proof. of uiilill.'iillon. oi. IIKH II'' 1.16 Caret ; P
Midweek and -
m ; Prayer Service Mrs. ., LId,I III. .. r
Pa Aicrlctilttirul' Extension :, "' III IMK Alva I lll"M t Uu: the fll< till.MIX inn' I' I
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m.; ClionPractice. and Benny Cottle. all and Carlton Faulk I I IK nil,1'1< M 1':nxt' I Irullrv" ;\\NCV: ( KUiwiifJ' '' ': tit II WaShln iOgS lft d Guaranteed: Weight /C
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8:30: p. m Rev B. T. of Woodbine Qa were week- I were weekend nut'sts of.11': I I jI I IROSE |,'|IorIIW. li* niH|>i>**.il. and. |1.1"-) \\>Ht MlKllHOII 81 Nun. k/.. Kill. ,.
fe- ll ,till- I'II loll. lt >, .'HlB, llnlieltH, .nod \=. .
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Peavy, pastor "Come, let us end guests of Mrs. David Cot and Mrs! W. R.Iathls: oi'j Rr ,6 Diamond SolitaireSuper !
TcP >,.r liiuilfiinl,,< '...iiniKt, i .111.1 I I 1221' ISrxxrn'" K IIIMtarkf ..II ,,,..,. ,... =
wrorslup together." tle and Mr and Mrs Leonard Gainesville They all went on CfLTt'KE: i j jGrottiiv IHIH. .. ,hi>i.ii I illinl ftffttlnMt vi.ii .I I Kla, ....h.| o\vn. ..i iDlitfil ,
Moore and family of Staike a fishing trip to Cedar KeYSaturday. I j r.l.MIMt:' "': HIlUIINUiiiTII:: I. and thin Mill ' Ill. P,',.boll
t fit\ Beaulah Baptist Church: Mrs. :< loits U: like kep- | NOII'' an r hiuHjv .iHiUlri' I >il t lux. .r.I i ic I I nrv. A. IS l 1'iHii HI snuk.,. Lli..nlfuiil <, : ,. The nest Buy
aisp Sunday School 10 a, m.; Mary Shipman : wife-mate, happy "- a I I "lli'f|' gnat IIIIHWIT. 01 1 lll.llilIntf I Count. 1..1..101". S
Mrs Elma RlgRi/ were Thuri- I Mr. and Mrs Ataxia Cnrtdrl I ina: your .. nth,* \
Morning Worship, 11 prob lo cl. I'Olniilaltit' I J 'li II You'll Ever
a. m.; thorny r
day supper guests of Mr and Sr. attended the Homecoming I II there are many: liliilnlliT, attorney. Th.'ii' .1. 1r >
1 K TuiftilniT' Union 6:30: p. m.; : Johns'I 1' lems Involved. I Vuwn.thi .Ir, U2: : !Soulh \\'.-,iniilBtHIUf :,, { 6 5 0
Mrs, C L Illckey and son of i and Oprn House at St Get ]In A
B Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. I However, both: are prestige Nn rrt. Klnrlil I 91,11and .1'1'111.7IF: .II'I'I.M-ITIOV
Rt\ R. L Tagrgait, pastor. Belmore I River Jr College In Palatka: | excel can .' m. lh>> orlR-Iiml. Ihrlruf, Inriw Foil T\\ 1 III>> l.lMrt' : >>>
If ,
w II i Mrs Ray Miller spent 1 Sunday afternoon as guests of I II Itheft [ pioject you beautieswith > of tinI'ltrk, f the. .. Itll.III. !'.". I DiamondTHE
t< I granddaughter,:: Miss display both these .t'lri'iilti"onrit 1 Court .of HiiiilfurilKli ... NOTICM 1 ll IllCltlOU: '\\1\' ':\. m'
U) + pride I \'. !"rld i i n or Imfuvrthe (hat{ :'Ir... lloAtrlce. Urfima-n thfholrl.T
Martell Johns) I problems \ 15th ilny ot: Miirrli/ 1H66' If of. the follonliiK. i?.,rtifiuili'K '
Robe)t Chester: Sr of Mou- Solve your domestic volt' full,, to flo H<'i. Jllitfcoii-llt. l Io* linn flli rl uIII. i.i ,till, LATEST IN '
1 1 l first because you can t ,ilwrnnli will bn! l bl,.hen ,iifralnBi, iuU, for a titx. di'cil to. h*> iMniieclIhMoon. iIA
laC'. On is visiting his son mid can th0. .. iltioiiiiith'il' in ,. : .. ; .
'FISJIING CONTES'l' buy traiiquillty but you you for r jllvf I Tliu i'i'i tIfli'iitu ntim- 9,
family. Mr and Mrs. Robert \ I hi-. ,romplulnlTill" hers and years. uf iMMUani'e, tin, r'
Che'.ser.' Jr and children. :Mr. I buy rosesYou notl'tf ulliill l Ion |I.lIhll.h'd, .. l lon Uv purchase rosebushes fir f""i -
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may 'i'iioli < t I .lllllllfH. In Will' hit"\UY IIMvt'ttfiiHl -
> win:! here for several -
Ch s.sei be In three forms. The: .e days I containers i'iiuni. 1)'' TI'Irrrnph. .l No. 101 THIS \VKKK nnd Other '
ale bare roots In CIIAIM.KS I I : \. I> MU1Y.t'li'ik ti J6J,6
Mr and Mrs. F O. Conner : Year of Ixtiuanre 1163DciK'rlptlon On r ,
burlapped l wrapped. The ) of lnP Circuit of ) V>", utItfS't rI(, ;
\j lt.t'd Mr And I Mrs ,V. E. or 'roperty Fine Watchesat v,
llru.roiilMin- ro
C Register Now I Ij latter Is called Infant style Com I. of HtYlr Sec 3. 'I'- -/'I. K23n Ladies HamiltonDIAMOND ;
OHv( i' and daughter in Jaekvllle burlap iv, KlorUa' : 211 Aciei.Naiut .
,, Sunday Little. Steph because of the tangle H>' Hpitlilll/ :31. Mnnily' > In ulllch ai"ii*>HH.'ii I. lV'lnlriir. )
returned home and damp bottom.For v. J.1/ Jxlly 17rh1/' 1 : Prices s Tl, at Will -
anie con C"IIIC'I'IT( 1I1'1\T..' BAL) All of told propel, hplnl l> > In
) Thru Labor them. the procrastlnator: I .. nIr. 1'lea.ie You 1 t
Day with can be Tli ron \ 1'xn the County. o.f I Hruilforil. Hint'' of1'li.lUlH WATCHES
Robert talner-Krown roses I2_' Hnulh. AXlllnill rfftfftSt.irlo. ,
and Mrs
Mr planted later, but will cost: ai .'. Floi, i.iu. ,...'..,"I i I nli'iH xii.. h i rr1, IIflt'ittn or i".rI -
? i Rounds of West Covlna. I I ttoi'nif"i" VMft' mi If fn I"it, .' tl.>.. MI) ill l I... i i|. .'ni.'d ai'iillliK 1111"1.1. 1-I.ND K\KHY 'FJlhNG. 1 IN JEWKLKY ATWILLIAMS
i. lie qualified to enter your Calif. spent Sunday and Monday fancy pl'lceVarieties ,be nl I !/ it a 10r.u.l. l,, I tint, lit,*' |pr'I"'r1.v''| il to We Guarantee and
3Il as itui-sts of :Mr and Mrs. to plant! can ., i I I..il, in xa.i., h ?, '11 in .Ll< ,null t ti
'' problem Old-fashioned f avoritles I i o" nha, ,, ] I I I. '''Id' w, til Ser ice What We \ I I J JEWELRY
fish to .
prior catching George W BrownWe Fun> afar. bliltli II Hi i iU
have advantages! over ,i IMIxil" I .
welcome to our community '' ('II"I' t I lr..IIII') "' 11 i i i r iniltpi I cli" i li th, 'in' Monilii'ii 1 1I. I Sell
1 You will not be eligible Mr and Mrs: JeTY': the newcomeis These Include bldx<. .n.. x ''r i dh" II! ..10 i f" Mi. nth, .nOU.' "' -Oi, u hl I
I Mich roses as Louis Philllppe, ..
Padgett and two children. --
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after fish! is caught. :Minnie Francis. Marie Van:
from Mid-
They moved here
Houtte an'i:! Sag.ano. Often

So Now! dleburg.Mrs J. M Bradley had as they thrive where the modern
succumb to the deepSouth'
weekend quests Mr. and Mrs
tropical temperatures TERWILLEGAR MOTORS .
(}. L, Cox of OI'lando. Sundav: *
roasts were Mr and Mrs. V nigh humidity and diseases!
Except for the most
:. PRIZES FOR LARGEST I N. GelKor and Jimmy Bradl, hobbyist the modsrn
and three daughters all of
BLACK BASS i are the hardestto

:.1st".'". $25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle I II f I Jacksonville.:: and Mi of and daughter! Hei'bronn! :Mis Miss' Melanle.Mis J.Patsy I.Sprinusma Bradley demons -- ''I hybrid Plant grow Choosing roses roses. : !for A cut Site flowers SAVE S E HUNDREDS l I OF DOLLARS NOW h ON NEW 1966 FORD

2nd-$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle \ and In a separate cutting garden.
I : Mae W-:>od Moihpr:

1 1 1t t .... ENTER NOW Mrs Sundav children S.i-lo,;;afternoon of Elder Plant and City guests family wet of I i| because covered handsome: most If they're pruned of the far time properly from with and, CARS AND TRUCKS DURING FACTORY CONTEST NOW IN

protect! fungicides<:
Misses Sally StaillnR and stilpprd of flower buds daily
Kniolp Padgett of lHddlebun'wel'p
Select a site In a sunny
1 SPECKLED PERCH weekend (tuests of Mr In the event bed Is located PROGRESS.We're

. and :Mis Jerry PadgettMi near large plants protect .

$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle : and Mrs Warren Ebllnu the rose bushes from

and, two daughters:' :: were Sunday roots with a sheet
;: Out To Break Our Own Successful Contest Record That Means
ENTER NOW dinner guests of Mr. and of metal roofing burled vertically .
:Mrs O. W Ebllng of Lake
of the
City bed. along the We're Really Dealing To Win. You Can Call Your Own Shots On Savings

, Miss Patsy Clemons of Prepare the planting site
Heilbronn Springs spent the securing the lose i Now
prior to i fJf' ,. . .
1 weekend as guest of Mlsa MeDROPBY" bushes!'. If the soil Is IOOMI" -- '

light and !sandy, remove It to
Mitchell 400 95 a depth of, 15 Inches and replace

: Spinning Reel $19 with compost of rotte-:,

leaves manure and rich hammock !
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With 2
Spools 34
soil. For best growth, be!

I sure the replaced material I i-: i

I quite acid. Many sandy soils

.:. We Carry A Complete Line Of I ,m South Florida: contain too

much lime for best rose pro-
I lurtlon. say University of
Florida: rose specialists 1966 FORD CARS
.. Choose an overcast day for
plintinir First check the plant '

1 aiffully. and cut back: the AND TRUCKS( TO

bush to four :ir five eyes Trim

STARKE nUIIJDEIlS off all broken 1 roots '
B,? sine the planting" hop: w

.. ere large enouuh to nc"om-

modnte the. roots without

: SUPPLIES, INC. :rowdlnir! in the 1 bottom of

p r 1r each hole <1rr>t> a handful of / /y.i. n ,
: At S.A.L. Depot Phone 061-1201 taulrn: fertilizer and cover ,

lightly with top soil Dip the ... -__- -- IlI

_.. oots of each plant in n bucket .'

of! water lust before plant- ,
I Ini- Insert the new bush so

that the root system will stan'

I I.l at the same level that it stood A

In the nursery row. n
Highest Trade-
With a slow stream of water

from a hose, work the soli I .

about the roots fll'lnff'! the! i Mustang Hardtops-choice of all colors.
in I For Your Car!
BANKING yxj hole to the ground level Pack Convertibles, fastbacks too. Immediate

firmly and put a saucer of delivery. Special prices now I Lively
"** earth about the plant to hold 120.hp Six standard,optional

\\'!nterWhen. Y-9's up to 211 horsepower.

the rose bushes begin
to leaf out. keep an eye out

UiV for disease such as black
G spot\ brown canker and powdery r 0s

mildew Insect pests that

mnv harm the bushes will In snag '
elude aphids
thilps. pumpkin!

,,r bins cottony-cushion scale lane i j jI

and red spider mites. I

'" For additional Information NuaUlgNadb. .:
.......-i -- ask your county agricultural
agent for Extension Service

.;. : __ Bulletin:! ." 180. "Roses In Florida BANK FINANCING Now! AtYour Ford Dealer's

That pretty well describes the speed and THE RIGHT POINT for the

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H.K. 17. 1'Kn' ,; IUt\OI"UltU COUNTY Tt-l.l..i/\ril.: '; Sl'AltKK FLORIDA( PACE: NINE

...r Y...V..........." were visiting the Hamer Lott Farmer's to his flying mate. Watchingthem < cow and others told of paying n't seen tho animal yet, ho'a ,
Si'a Sunday. II TLTI Diary you wonder by what even more for stockers. very much like n possum In '
I arrangements or signals: they .5. suit or armor, and from .
HAMPTONBy Mark Jones: son of Mr. and NEWS And NOTES Hy Sam McCarvey I .
Mrs. Tracy Jones entered the I IBI'odfol'd fly In such perfei unixon They said this Is no time to what we hear, just about as .
Our radar Is faulty at times, buy In a high market, because tasty to eat.CARD i
County Hospital For HomemakersBy mules used iI
Today's Back when were
Mrs. Mary WIDlums.v.v.vvvv.vvv.vvvvvvn last week with pneumonia.Mr. I and we have plane accidents If they do, and attempt to I
for plowing It was posnlble!
but thousands of them fly In cash In on it, the situation OF THANKSThe I
and Mrs. Dewitt Wat- Martha\ Sue McCain to work land quicker after .
and they
changing patterns and be
may change they'll
terson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
heavy rains and while mulesare
kindness and sympathyof
A bridal shower was given Taylor of Charlotte. N. C. Is County Extension not credited with much avoid mistakes, which would caught with hungry stock I neighbors and friends In
M result In a very big pile and well-fed
for at the buyers.
Mrs. Ina Knight visiting Mr. Watterson's brother Home Economics Agent
i sense, they ara smarter blackbirds. our recent sorrow will' always!
Hampton City Hall Thursday and sister-in-law Mr. and I :.o..J..o.. a '. A tractors, or at least pretendto remain with us as a precious
night Feb. 10. The decora- Alice Is good
Mrs. K. B. Watterson. I be, making a re- memory. Our sincere thanks
tions carried out Valentine It appears now that the covery from her back Injury\
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. The Changing Consumer sauce: and gratitude, for all those.
motif with the hall decorated berry crop Is right on schedule and Sam has lost his job as
and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Consumers are changing. Fresh Lemon Sauce acts. Mr. and Mrs.
with heart shape motifs and How? There have been very few with enough cold weatherto chief cook and bottle washer. comforting
Sunday were. Mr. and Mrs. Why One-fourth sugar, 1 Lonzo R. and
cup StarlingJr.
hanging the center of tha woods fires this season -In hold It back, plenty of Apparently the burnt offerings,
DewItt Watterson, Mr and Consumption patterns are tablespoon cornstarch. one- The flowers that bloom in
fact, fewer than we can remember In and family.
moisture the
room was a cupid. Prizes were Mrs. Jim Taylor of Charlotte, changing for several reasons. eighth teaspoon salt, onehalfcup the spring, tra la, will be ground which he flattered himself
given to Mrs Lynn Hall, Mrs. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick' Incomes are rising. Bore: boiling water. 1 table- busting out all over if the for a long time. The now warm weather. to make with calling meals, had Home- I
David Allen and Sherry Nor- Watterson. Mrs. Dorothy Failing homemakers are in the work butter or margarine, 2, mild weather we had last woods have been very wet, fruit in abundance In time for thing to do with his losing his
spoon and that no doubt has cut the market next> month. Let
man. Heart shape cake and of Starke and Mr. and force. Food scientists are teaspoons grated lemon rind, weekend continues. The peep. chef status. ARE TERMITES
down on the amount of burn- the .
punch were served to the 33 Urs. K. B. Watterson of turning out new processed 1 tablespoon. lemon juice. ers have been Hounding off a Ing, but we like to think that I US have hope so thousands aa growers of dollars I DESTROYING
guests. The hostesses were Hampton.Dr. foods. lot lately, and although they I many We have a new visitor at I
Combine sugar, cornstarch, It also Is the result of acceptance
invested, and to date have
Mrs. Don Hill, Mrs. Donald Bollinger was ,the guest Consumers are becoming and salt in a small saucepan. have no weather satellites as that indiscriminate. burn- our place, a big armadillo. YOUR HOME?
taken in
Slade, Mrs. Marklee Norman speaker at the Baptist Church conscious of health, weight Add water and cook until we have, they do a pretty fair Ing of the woods. causes wide- practically. nothing. who waddles around, rootingand
and Mrs. George Williams. Sunday In the absence of the control, and nutrition when thick. strrlng constantly. Re- job of weather forecasting. spread damage. digging as though he TREE '
Valentine Banquet Supper pastor. they ,buy food. Other social I II Heard some stockmen talk- owned the place. At first we
from heat add butter,
The members of the Ladles! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and economic forces are at move ; I But we had some more rain, ing about cattle and hogs last were delighted, to see the INSPECTION
Council ot the Christian and Mrs. Ruby Dross were work to alter consumption lemon rind and lemon juice and right now the flatwoodsland \Ve 'had a flock of rice birdsat week, and they agree that strange critter at close hand,

Church gave a banquet for all Sunday guests of Mr. and;! Mm. habits. and stir until butter melts. la in no shape for get- our place last week, and prices are higher now than but after we saw some of his ptc i

the members and their fam- D. W. Swindell.Mr. More people are eating out Serve hot over fruit bread ting ready for spring planting they were so thick they form- they have been in a long time. work of rooting thing up I
tiles at the Hampton City and Mrs. E. L. Brown -In restaurants and cafeterIas. puddings. Yield: threefourthscup which traditionally starts a- ed a black cloud that swirled One man from Worthington our interest in him waned 1'1

Hall Saturday night. The hall were shopping in Gainesville Consumers are demanding sauce. round this section on Feb. 14. and flowed as if each bird In Springs area said he got 15 quickly.For I 539 E. CaD! 964.3965
was decorated for the occas- Thursday. Improved. quality, more consistent the formation was attached cents a pound for an old milk those of you who have-I I

ion with hearts and cupids. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wul- quality and more services .
There were 38 present to enjoy dron are the proud parentsof built into food.

the occasion. It also wada a little girl Elizabeth Dianne "More:: processed everything"
farewell party for Mrs Mrs. Juanita Green Is pretty well sums up the trendIn
Robert Cox. The members pre the maternal grandparent. food preferences-from the
sented her with a pole lamp. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Prles.'r oldest convenience food)- can-

PERSONALS of Palatka visited the J. G ned goods to the newest I
Mrs. Hilda Griffith and son Adklns Sunday and in the that can be "boiled in a bag."

David of Miami and Mrs. afternoon they all were visiting The consuming public has a\
Thelma Milllken of Ocala visIted relatives in Lake Butler.

their aunt. Mrs. T. F. Mrs. O D. Pierce ant';! Mrs.George eats hearty his appetite.way through Each, of 1,500 us : njllll I Illlll .
Brown Sunday Starke
Pierce of were
food at an
pounds> of per year
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Prevatt business visitors to Gainesville rate calories
average of 3,200
were Sunday guests of Mr. Tuesday. Preferences run to .-- ,. .

Prevatt's. sister, Mrs. Neta The Ladies Council of the high per day.protein, low calorie and **. till IS illli 1111111
Christian Church met at the low starch food:
and Mrs. Sam Oarofalo home of Mrs. Mildred Brinson \
An Increase In per capita STARKE'S FASHION LEADERBargains
visited Mrs. Oarofalo's father
Tuesday night with. 11 mem- consumption of meat reflects
I Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon
bers present. The hostesses
both preference and Income,I
Saturday.Mr. served sandwiches, pie, coffee '
and Mrs. Hamer Lott and hot chocolate. per capita consumption to Increase.of': Galore ;
beef will I All Over The Store i
Jr. and son of High Springs Mrs. Ruth Dyal visited her Salad eating preferences )I -
show up In predicted Increases
In per capita consumption of I
Banking Family StyleL I fresh green leafy vegetables'i

I green, and peppers tomatoes.The cucumbers. celery I Ladies Dressy Hats Boys' Sweaters

use of processed vege-
tables will continue to Increaseled Fall Styles Must Go

by the favorites--beans, Regr. $5 to $20 $1 .00 CARDIGANS 1'/
corn, peas, and tomatoes. Per a+uory J PULLOVERS 2Ladies
capita consumption of fruits i
show the same pattern as that

of vegetables.trends In consumer S_ Suits --
\ preference mean that farmers \ I :
Nylon Slips
, will be competing to deter-
L mine the 1.50O pounds of food __ Sport Coats
consumers will eat each year. TAILORED STYLES-SIZES _
be for 1 : Traditional
Processors will looking 32 TO 40REG. $3: Special Group- .
new forms and processes for Conservative
foods and to make them avail- _
able In attractive packagesthat __ REDUCED TO 20%
consumers will buy. 2 FOR $$5.00 -
j jLadies
III>i f
That's Our Way Ot Doing Apple Butter Betty I \ And_MoreMen's
j One and one-half quarts
Business! (one-half inch) soft bread d
cubes: 1 pint apple butter: Dress Slacks

one-third cup melted butter or ,
Home Folks Dealing With Home 7
margarine: 1 tablespoon lemon '' I'J..EATED-PI.AIN FRONT
Folks In Matters of "Family Fi Juice, one-third cup chopped Dress 'v '
walnuts, If desired;, 1 teaspoon I CHILDRENS SWEATERS ''

nances". is extremely importantand vanilla extract. i CLOSE-OUTS : /' OFFMen's

Combine soft bread cubes, CARDIGANS i
Helpful Confidential
apple butter, butter lemon /2 PRICE
Prompt Service When Ever You Juice walnuts and Vanilla/ extract -) Rear. !
Place mixture in a ((1 Up to $10.00 Sport Shirts
Bank With Us.COMPLETE. quart) baking dish. Bake in a $3.00 JUNIOR BOY'S
moderate oven, 350 degrees, J" JUNIOR /HOYS LONG: SLEEVE! <

I BANKINGSERVICE. for 45 minutes. Serve warmor I Regr. FOR

cold with the following .,i $ to $15 R it" $5.00 Flannel Sleepwear Shirts t 3 $6.00 :

The Community State BankOF sister.In Leesburg Mrs. Ada, for Mae several Jackson days, gigs to $20 \ 1 I. : Sport Dress 1.4 OFf MEN'S DRESS HAT i iGLOVES f

last week.Mr I II $10,00 2 PRICE Solids

STARKE I and Mrs. Al Fountain i Plaids

have moved into the house I
1 MEMBER\ I F. D. I. C. vacated by the John Ramseys.

i I 1/2 OFF

Ladies Sportswear BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS

bmk ck b Upstairs Specials ** Famous Brands 11.2 OFF 2 FOR $5.00AliSizes


Sensational Chair Purchase LINGERIE FOUNDATIONS, AND SALE! 3 FOR $5.00






....-QoI6.-- goscA Floral or Modern Print SELECTED);( ; STYLES: OF. WARNER'S; FOUNDATIONS" )) Colors Decorated .47

5Ii : ALSO Easy Care 1

ooa drapes A Beautiful One Piece Sweep Reg. $2 Each

of Curved Walnut Finished
.edlce Wood Handsomely BED PILLOWS
:Ti i : comparen- in Glove Soft Plastic Covers, Fiberglas
Chain al $M.'* FANCY
4 Slim Tapered Legs. Dacron)
"- Rayon and Acetate
Plastic Rubber I
Scoop Foam
: 72 x 90) Size
And Reg.1 $1 I Each; Only) I A Few
More! Bargains Galore On Our Second Floor 3.27 '*" Each; SCATTER RUGS
Armless 1 PuU-Up 50 x 63, Reg. 5.4 2 F OR' Ieg $7 : 1,

Chairs 3.27 :\ QUANTITY
54 x 84, Reg. 6.49 -

BADCOCK'S EASY PAY PLAN WE FINANCE OUR OWN AC- 100x 63 11.99 7.27 24 x 36-Reff. $6 $ 4.47
Reg. -
x 48-Reg. $9 $
INSURANCE ON NEW ACCOUNTS 100 x 84, Reg. 14.99 7.27 4.88

7.00 4 x 6-Reg. $13 $12.47

i? e di i p ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO! 4 x 6-Reg. $25 $19.47'HUI'SO1" I

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Regular 79Save 20 M lb. Vacuum Tin |

AstorALL GRINDS r-" .

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Kleenex Towels 3/'I/

"21 eon ASTOR Halves or Slkwd Reg 3/l. Reg. 49f 18-oi. DEEP SOUTH STRAWeEMW'

_uw- ; j_ TAKE YOUR PICK! Peaches 4/$1./ Preserves 39

p .

ARROW Peas 5/1./ Bleach.I .39
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Beans. 6/1./ Flour 39xReg.
I Detergent L7'.T\

: GIANT BOX Juice 3/89x/ Candy Bars 39xRea.


: Beans lO/'l./ Jumbo Pies 31./


r-P I Tuna '. 3/39f/ Snacks 29*


i=" Drinks. 15/1./ Bread 29*


", .. PRODUCED Bananas*:

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4 a Apples 1O/89x/

'' a. U. S. No, I GEORGIA RED SWEETPot'toes

BSAG I j 5" ,. ,59x

2 LB. BAG 3.MI

Nw Pop Corn 2.9/:

U. S. No. 1IRISH


POTATOES Roast98: ,
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til'1'(' \ *-Uetr.> Price I.b. 3c!) Steak LB. 79
1 Croquettes :
Pot Roast LB. 69f
I 2 LOS 39C 100 STAMPS. .
Ice Milk 2 : : 29"Vi'i :
f Free with coupon fctlow and ,.
'REE''!! Bread pan ((3 loovei to pkg) I
MORTON BREAD 5UPERBRANO your purchase of 5-lb... of :

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..'..itiiwtl tl.ll. IT. Ill/tU/ _. Htt\t>r. )mi> COVTITV' TI'J.mtPJI.UI': ,: ("'. I IOUIII\" ( .. ruir. _11EVENREVIVAL ; :' .. .
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21, and continuing throush attend all services dining the I I m. Tuesday.As away from these things, It The Art range/ for hotol-motel pOMI-lLhut Management, : 'I'i( iumng ,...-
the week. Dinner will be serv-, week. an evangelistic effort of seems Of Professional Cookery IVppoi' Thomas, his nstloni' II I- /gi>: am ,19I, Ilal, lt', (!l nirod em-
ed on the at 1 I really hope the citizen. i pltuMiH! on food l training Hot
grounds p. m. the church an open 'air sere
o Sunday. Feb. 27. followed by PENTACOSTAL lee: will ,be held at 3:30: p. m. committee can: stump. out Should Attract Youth, Coats Says I Mr. Coats cloned by saying I I himself went through this!:
HOLINESS: CHUKCI1; of thU. It in time for i program nnJ served( as assistant -
NE special singing during the each Sunday, weather permitting some .
Q The attainment which does distant and chef Ida
rt and restaurantn.andgci
afternoon featuring the 321 W. Brownlee St. on the corner of St. parents to speak' out against I not with the oirni7e l ,rook The attractive" 'I innkeeper yI
| Weeks Family the Gospel Clair anl E. Brownlee Streets. this rising tide of filth. necessarily come features of the work in the fair eximple of what tho I '.. One of the requirements -
LIghts. of Staike. The Corinthians The pastor: Jack Mesultu 'Tills service Is to .Mr*, E. :M. Norton donning of a white apron and bn.k ot the, hou,c n.\I to. he dreg to he, oni", in expert in I to become a general "'..Ii
announces that next Sunday, open e-.ery- but
SERVICESAT a chef's hat through
of Rt 1, Stiirke. more wid, I\' i ognizrd, .IM' fiih' tli>lil nn ,11 lui'Vifoi' n mnn.tgei iu to have served! as
LAl'RAL' BAPTIST I I Jacksonville: amt Fob. 20, and thereafter the one. years of training and hitrd .. ,
wall .IM the fact I thnt 'the ,nv \.nimp' / 111''n :Mi ( otitn ulvuldderl i i a restaurant manager and to
I many others Rev. J. A Pat- church will be open for regu-' work U. facing a crisis in of chefs often is in the nigIU"' l ?teat 'h,' ft )"M"(.>nt.. .. has! > !,, know the food business.
Revival services will b t held terson will be the speaker.. lar services. Sunday School MADISON STREET America according to 1 David"

at Laura Street BaptUtj I The pastor Rev. Luther A 10 a.. m. :Morning Worship 11 BAPTIST CIIL'RCH L. Coats. general manager of 1 I Ir I
Church starting Monday. Feb. :McGee invites the public to I a. m. Evangelistic Service, 7 I 900 W. Madison St. SERVICE{ MEN the Holiday Inn of Staike. FOR 1966

p. m. Midweek Service 7:30:: p. Sunday worship services: Although proud of and '
.. Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. I AlIiP 1VOMKX" praising his own kitchen personnel -

,...,.... Morning Worship 11 a. ni. 1 Manager Coats said THE at
Intermediates and Young leaders in the hotel-motel, industry
-- People's!' Choir practice .::43 are deeply concernedover

;;/ ........... p. m. Youth Fellowship.;! 5:43: the diminishing supply ar '
1 7 p. m. Training Union 6:13: p, of chefs. of the old school and Dcdd's Auto Sales
:::::= = = -= = -:::: -::::: '= m, WMU Prayer Circle 7:18.: Pvt. Calvin E. Padgett, son the failure of American youthto

Evening Worship 7:30.: of Mi, and 3o 1'I.! Lloyd C Pa.I-: enter thin highly spurt alized

Wednesday: Prayer and gett of Route 2, Starke, has field in adequate number: to
Praise service, 7:30: p. m. graduated from :Marine Re- fill present needs HEW 19G6 RAMBLER AMERICAN 220
Church Choir practice, 830.: cruit training at Pan! Island. "This ia no reflection on
Thursday: Sunbeams Jun- S. C. During this period he the many able cooks In the
ior and Intermediate OA's/ lectlved Instruction, In !mall United States today became
: 330.: Beginner, Primary, and arms mailcsmanshlp, bayonet many of them are w,>'I qimll- HacK-up Lights! ..
::::::2 :::::: .-::;' ,.;::: '::::::' ;Si;: Junior Choirs 4:30.: fighting and methods of self- fled to carry on in the Continental heater

f Nursery provided. A place!:-! protection. He has now been tradition,'' he ponied: Seat Belt ,
SPECIALS for all ages.-Rev. Felder L. assigned to Camp Lejciine. N. out, adding "however, the p

Rowan, pastorROATORUN. C. for four weeks of Individual majority of theMe experts arc
I I II combat training And four approaching the peilod' of iv-
BAPTIST weeks of basic specialist tlrement. Reasons behind the y ,
SELECTION OF BETTER FALL 'I I rill'RCH I training In his military occu- diminishing supply of highly

pational fieldAviation trained chefs were given by
Sunday School, 10:00: a. m.: the local Innkeeper .is follows
Material Morning Worship 11:00: a, m.: :
ElecUlclan's Mate
Dresses Training Union, 6:30: j A m.Evening ,: I "
1. The
3rd Class Arbert E. Barnes. cooking trade' hn
4 s.- All Dates 1':1 Worship 7:30: p.m.: USN. !son of Mrs. MyUl not been made sufiU-lentlv attractive -
Prayer ::
t Meeting
And Dan River 7-30:: Wednesday' Barnes of Route 2, Starke Is to boys, It needs! to'
J p.m.Roger '
Values to 98cSPECIAL R. nergitrom' Pastor. back. on station off the' Viet be glamorised Too many )person
,a names Coast In the South think of u-oik In the

Ladies & Children China Sea aboarj the anti- kitchen' us menial and unrumunerative -
Methodist Church submarine warfare support AM a matter of
aircraft carrier USS Hornet fact a good chef/ commands TOTAL )
Schedule for the week: I an excellent Hillary and hihlespvct.
after a }brief visit to Sascbo, |; )1795.00r
Sunday -- Church School, : r
Japan. While In Sasebo, crew
/2 PRICE 9:45: am Morning Worship, members of the Hornet !Have I 2, While in many areas! eilucatlonal PRICE i
t1 11 a.m. Youth Choir practice systems have developed -
more than :2,100 units of blood
4pm. MYF Snack Supper good trade schools! they
In a three-day "drawing" for
6:30: p.m. Mission Study, 7 p. have overlooked In many In-
use by wounded servicemenIn
m. stances the
advantages cooking -
Vietnam The Hornet -
1 Monday -- Girl Scout provides ,
Troop offers as a career
a mobile landing field
meeting in Fellowship Hall 3. Cither through negligenceor
for aircraft and helicopters
SHOE SPECIALS a* follows: No. 605, 3:15: p.m.; reluctance to share their
1 No. 600, 4:30: No./ 607, 9:30.Subdistrict : flying In support of friendly knowledge many excellent
forces In Vietnam
4 Banquet In Fellowship )- chefs have failed to train
Hall 6:30: p.m. their apprentices and some
Pvt. Elate A. Snadd, son of
'VednelldayPrimary and I matters taken their tl'IJ.<1CseCl'etll
Mr and Mrs. James E.
Junior Choir
practice 3:15.: to the grave with
0 Snadd of Raiforjt.:!':,[ recently
I Prayer Meeting: 7 p.m. them.
S SHOES'J14UEH i: Thurs., Feb 23 Chancel completed a combat engineer- 4. Financial support Is lackIng I USED CAR DEALS IN STARKE
i. !)!> Choir rehearsal 7:30: p.m. ing course at Fort Leonard for many schools desiringto ..
!i Frl.. Feb 24 World Day Wood Mo. During the seven- offer professional cooking
of I Prayer 1st Presbyterian week course he was trainedin courses."
program 1962 Rambler Classic
Special $ Church, 10 a.m. the construction and repair Manager Coats said the 1959 DODGE 4-DR.
$1.00 \ of roods; railroads and .
I American hotel-motel .. .
association bridges. He Is graduate of The National Body of
Union County High School Innkeepers comprise more Hardtop $
and attended:! Lake City Jun- than (i.OOO lending properties l 31,000 Actual 595 495

ONE GROUP LADIES ior College across the n.itlon of which Miles: Only
the Holiday Inn of Staike in
James L Huralson. whose a member, hail 1 long been active -
wife! Laura, lives on Route 1 1Starke. I. In helping to allevlnlu '
62 Rambler, Ambassador
I Dear Gene: was recently promoted( the "critical shortage. of chefs

t' STII1IW'sPRICE I have Just finished reading to Sppcl II t-5 In the Domln- by working toward the development V-S-I'ower Steering( f, Power 1959 PONTIAC 4DR.
can Republic where he* it as-/ of
the a standard curriculum
ill lost week's Telegraph Brakes, One Owner
'Isned!: to the Education: Center of trade Schools having
concerning the initial
1 meeting which U. S. Forces, courses in expert rookery. Mr/ Clean '
I Bradford County organized Historical a Coats la a firm believer In the. :].*>,000() Actual $S895 $495

: Society Richard A, O'Neal, son of apprentice system and bf'lIcvesonthu.Job Miles\ -fash& J Price OnlyDnddl5
Mrs.. Irene Ferguson/ of Route
I A. a teacher of American training u ndcr expel.t -
s History.. at Paxton High School 1, Starke. was recently promoted guidance. 1 In one of the
to Speclallst-0 In Korea surest
and ways to achieve success
a native of Bradford
where he la serving with In the cosine Held.
County I have a genuine !interest -
the 25th Artillery. A flash "The "
In projects which aim' young apprentice he Auto Soles
to stimulate historical re- "ranninK crewman In Battery declared "should iindmxtund l
I! search. Bradford C of the 1st Target Acquisition the liugeiy of pot scrubbing/
County Is
'i Portable or electric? get'bothit I Battalion, Is but
< very dear to me and I never : Specialist O' a step on the way up
l miss Neal entered the Armv in Juv! and that In due time he canexpect 712 S. WALNUT ST. PHONE 1)61-6121) & &
4 -. in one ;with a Sauth-Corona.: classes an opportunity of 1U virtues to tell and my 1963: and arrived' overseas In to become a fully re...-

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the portable that'sCo 'on thty or more hometown especially Starke.about I only my,

r I wish that I lived nearby In WOODS FIRES "

s' r r order !that I might get InI GET THIS 3PC. ATTRACTIVE SUITE $98.00FU

'' I on some of the run that I Seventeen woos fires 'Wet'f'repol.ted .
I t i am sure you and your co- by the Florida Forest)

I workers will have as you study Service In Bradford County HISH YOUR BEDROOM WITH MODERN
the history of Brudfoid Count during( the past two weeks, t
: ty. with 104.8 acres burned.
p r I >k'' t I shall look forward to Since Jan. 1 there have

VlJ) reading more about the activities been 23 fires with 113.4 acres

of your new oiganiaa- burned as compared with fix'' '

/ ( tion. If you and your group fires and 21 acres burned during f. : \
discover the same period last
i anything that you year .. ,. '" -
: think I need to tell my clause 1 r f.T. _. -
; ) I would appreciate hearing

about it. I um a real history it.
fan, and I have learned a lot
about Walton County In the '

I past four years. Andrew Jackson i. .. .f '.,
once, camped about one-
half mile from where I live | j I
a +. Jt That was when he invaded w '

"" w ,,!' i! Florida !In pursuit of the c
.... ." ; |, Creeks and Seminoles In 1817. > t 41 :'c

.\L ;- He lined the south side of J M r
.. beautiful Lake Jackson, located
.. "..., '\ ..,,. + ; l on the Alabama-Florida
.. Charley
,S,. # ;" >- ."'.}''f '."lf line a* a parade giound for
r 0 n et"tr4 his
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; 1',\*, PARENTS''" :t'*:i by SMITH-CORONA" ; torical society. John.about r s
1" 4<> Mrs Leonard F. Smith Jr. *
'.M" f :w.: ''Tht Coronet gives you all the speed MM and wonder el 'f' Box 334Florals Bookcase Bed

,)' .:,>" i electric typing..at only a little more than the cost ota. d'h?Y. Ala.
: ." ." i' .... ordinary Aorta le. ,,..ra 6 Drawer Double Dresser and 4 Drawer Chest, Center Drawer Guided,
v d.J' J r IM4
f.'t'Y' ''! ;
:....;:.,....,.,..-,,.,.,,,,..,, $ 'Iraa."rt''''.'r nr'ww+ ...-4-;; .;>_+.4.M.3i::' ::! : : / Dear I, was Mr glad Matthew.to see: someone I this question: and Tilting Beveled Edge Mirror. Choice of Finishes, Campaign or Honey
same speak out against "Porno- "I like the landlord'sHomeowner
>r as on office electrics plus full-length up-front tabu I graphy In Paperback" in last
=- lation. Set clear tabulate from the keyboard. week's eJltorlaU. Policy) the George Washington's 14"X 17" WOODGRAIN
5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS It In a shame that our theft protection he has Birthday

J at your fingertip command:spaces dots,dashes, X'.and children have a chance: to buy both at home and on personal t00
underlines. Type faster. electrically! such misguiding filth. It seems belongings away FRAMED PICTURES
LEARN TO Toucii-nrra that the time Is past when from honve. The $10,000 HATCHET
IN children learn the true facta of Large Selection-Seenert Portraits
chat Phases you and electricity: does the work "print personal liability coverage -
Get 3 LP records and instruc-
life their
at mother's! and fa- Or Still Life-Oil Reproduction.
Umel is wise to have in of
lion pages in a handsome case perfect every there kneea. case 1 Each
for only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE-Page Gaffe", f-Set" I think that the reason injuring: someone in "sports' 11
chase this handsome, new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck, Quick Set'K Mar5 some of our boy. and girl go or on trips. Is the broad IPE(1\( [t Only

th-Corona portable! gins, and a deluxe Trimline carrying;case. wrong I I. because: of reading coverage of a Homeowner

KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODArS NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LJVINQ I such books as these, and see- I Policy also available to,
,ling such movies as are shown I I tenants who have at leash, Free Delivery---- "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"

today $4,000 of Incurable personal ,
I attended, a movie with my
Only $159.36Plus son a few years ago and was I bt'longlngt'r"I! I

Tax really embarrassed. The movie Charley E. Johns i Denmark Furniture Co.
was fine, because it was atypical
children's) show, but Agency I
the coming attractions Included
a. "first class Bardot special 131 8. Walnut St. 332 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321: STAKKE. FLORIDAt4.
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1 Alum weekend In Hill I IHerbl"l.t nu or ." """, 'Ih.. I IIh/, ..Ia% n/,' 1 h. r 10'1",1.1," Itll:. ), '1 ur "11V11 .1', ", I Inn, ) ,I'MIIIHV, 'r.i.I' ,,l'al'h.; I lila.Uy .
visitingrelati.es. Padgett ,,
sister Mrs. Clay Sunday.
night. Carter's ., ,, : !l. "I'.irhvI 1
\lur, h. ,1 1 I 1 ".1; .Ind" I I II' rvra I' 01,,, If ."a 11+ WII t" .1" M". aii \\ 11in-t' MM my haiMl: dud I tin \
Your correspondent didn't IIB1'rlsn! Jacksonville last PaJgstt:! : was !nl ropy t 10, ,,1' un'Iua',, : '"n., I I"I'Ih. + IIeI., 1',,, .," .1. \\'111 I 1.- (11- HHII| ol', salil CiMirt,, :at\ SlurUi'' I I n>|1'iiity' l >1I i I k
have anything to do Friday Thu Isdn Y, Mr. and Mrs\. Louis Carter Gainesville last Tuesday w I .". \1tolIhY for 1'llItll', (, I"r"I n.. 1 1 l I t 11111.1'' ,' Ih1I.r ,- ro., Hr.iillc.id+ {'.""W', >. I l-"l""rlUa (al'.11Iutcraly: b)
CLAY HILL ,..., : ., ,, 1 : > rshiiw
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\\1. IoIt"'M" I H"Ulh111.t dVI11lOdrIl III till 1..IIIjIhIiIII. 7 diiy of I'Vliriiury
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afternoon but to walk into Ul a Mr. and Mrs Frank C.lrtel'and and Nancy and Mrs. Heasio see the doctor. His daughter: ,. Ihl"I' , nail ,rmniHi'lor, ut Law
11111 :-.I.t, Sul, IIII', 49rIJn 1 uu 'I'hl" 1,01, ,J h',' h,11>> br IlIIhliMIIJ ( IIAIII.I--::+; .1. \ : .I1gr11'Y
kitchen and hit her little( toe family visited Mr. and Adams and daughter visitedMr. Frances Lang drove him over. I ,)1,. bvl,ol,.r .IIIII .1111. ,. 1114 .n.quhIiibV J ,J nnoI ,VI I 10 \\ ..1.11" roo,. four Clc'i'lt, i>r Iii",' "I'h.. nil ,' !VnI1, '1.i-, l'-l.ild.i) l i
: l on a dinette chair! and break Mrs. Edward:: Herndon anJfamily and Mrs. Buford Higglnbotham th- I 1.111.. ,14 of, ','1".101.1. 'mud '"'I1 II" ullsr I'"I.. I" Ihv 11"1,1." or III i,IIpdd' ,I'iMiliiv. IU II J ::1 t tIH
By Mrllowurr it. She went to the emergency In Highland:,; W dnes- : Thurs ay night. |
28 -UU I loom In Bradford County day night. The Carters Hesste Adams 1%" Tile.1 Clliri IT 1'111 Ire ...''
V IIosplul! Friday night;! and It Clarence! Mosley and son and Ruth Pintz were in Starka TIII.I |.;i<;urii ji "!C'I U nil-
.......... ... .. C'II'I' OK t-i.oKiiiv iKOIl \ .,\'M>
had swollen' so she had t.II to Danny. of Jacksonville vL ..t'dI shopping Friday morning( and:! III \.u" COI VI'V'

Due to the coir's: ant: virus. II wait until Saturday mornlnj: I Mr. and Mrs. Henry "'Io.leyaIUNay. al o'Isit 3d their aunt, Mra. IN C'II.CII'0. : : ;. I
back for X-rays. Fin, Un Oeorjte. 13noT.Janifi
the Cloy! IllU Baptist Chumi and BO J>. 1"Pnrrlnh.riuintirr. .
bad 75 present for SunJav something! a little softer to Charles Mosley of Jacksonville Edwin: Padsett! of Law ley .
School, and s ..el'al'Isltols I' kick next time. Shirley! I) spent Saturday nUht was dinner guest of Mrs. Irene -VB- DI\"IWI'" ': ''
from elsewhere for morning: The children of the 3rd and with his parents. Mr. and Padgett Saturday.Mr. Irvnu. li.l.pr..nlI\nl.PHrrlHh, UA)}
4th at Clay Hill School Mrs. Henry Mosley while! hU! and Mrs. Louie Carter ,
worship.\ Several Clay Hill grades oniuit: OK 1'1 111.14'1"0 \\
people enjoyed! : a meeting: at I will! be on Popeye's Pals Feb. wife Evelyn was' In the hos visited Mr. and Mis. M. F. ,ANI' \OTICI" <] TO ui;-;'I IMIn :,. I",, Y"i\\\1\\\G\\\
Plck.ottvllle Baptist; Church 21 at 3:30: on Channel 12. So pital.Mr. Williamson in MlcOcburg! :: Friday Klorlila the to Nuniu: of thu :Stui) ni' Su-J\f.\:

Tuesday night. If you hav everyone watch them and en- and Mrs. P. L. Williamson night. II-IMIC II. I'nrrlnli
not donated for the church Joy It.John. of Green Cove Springsvisited ) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bill' 2SL"J CNiroiKlxlut. .. fit Ant. II
New OrleMnR l oiilMliiiiiLYou .
pew yet and would like to:: do Norman and:! Sharon) Mrs. Williamson's par- and family of Jacksonville ii..* hereby nnUfrul. ,I that
ro. your correspondent would ,Mosley were dinner guests of I ents. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy visited Mrs. Dell's parents.Mr. n Htilt In <> ,
tx zad! to help you. Just mil Sharon's grandparents' Sundayat Padgett Sunday nlcht. : and Mrs. Everett Manning JA brut. II'4: rllpdtlful"1C1 I'. /r.MtUISH on I III i I Ihruml I br

2894132PERSONALS:!. Clay Hill Mr. and Mrs. Farley Austin Saturday. /above ,IIaniptl,, ('''."I.t xnd .11'''.''.
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Sanderson visited Mrs. Irenr- Padctt: Su.sie! Sherman was dinner ,
I' ,<>rl nrdrv., d and ri':" ''i, ''I I 1 I' i I Bradford TeegrhAgnin
Mr. and :Mrs Friar\ horn:" win, was visiting! Clay Hill Sunday aft," noon ''juryt! of the Louie Carters file viMir. Wl, tie" 'jin.U'i' "IdpfeiiMitH County
don and (ehlldi, -n)] ot (ilililiinci! Baptist Church Sunday. MI' Ruth Pint of Oi'injp\ ( Sunday to the. romp',11u1' 'n.10
were supp r 'jue-l-s ',1! lUr and I Mrs Frank Carter and Mrs Park and MI. Hassle, '! Artum Joe PiidnPtt! of Jacksonville mill") i In(',Ihp.'rk off"r i" ,I "'I. l .'I 161undlrl45ned ,

Mrs. Frank Ca:ter Friday I Howard Padgett visited Mrs. of Doctor's' Inlet spent th'' visited! Ills father, Herbert I'ult Court at tilurki.: !I9!.<.whr' ., I-


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I Indians Split Private Garbage Collection Service

Home Games

: 4 HIGHLIGHTS I_ I II 'I Last Weekend \Will Be Given Six Months TrialAt '

The Keystone Indians splita \ 1\\ ,p '{-I.1l rncetln( of th. pended on it

By Emily Thomas pair of cage( uvst.s last wpstone HeiKhts City Coun- :Mayor tV'lson made the recommendation -
_c end in two home games plaed -- elI) last TIIlI'sday III*ht. a injti that all city-

PhonesbA Melrose >m was approved which all! owned personal property be

On SatuiJny nlKht th pave the way for a !six bet up on a depreciation basis,
Day 473-466fL- 473-4589 hard-fighting Indians hit the mo.iths', trial of private tiai-: in the lecoiJs so that adequate
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cage jackpot by taking a oni huge: collection service in the funds would be available :
Florida's March winds usually Ing tips should be quite op- point rev 'age victory ovoi city i for replacement] of those .

come in February and portune. $ Branford. 50-49. In a report from the chairman items. The mayor was also ,l
they came with a bang ]la it GARDEN:> :NEWS> The Buccaneer loss cost of the streets sanitation given council approval of a 1

weekend resulting In limbs Our garden ad vl$:>r. Raleigh Branford the second half of ,amid garbage committee, 11 request (to have the police car I<
and signs downand some asphalt Zike. tells us that the time a tUhtly knotted tie with I i on.mendatlon( was made tr repaired. it

rooting: off the new has passed for transplanting! 1 Trenton for the Suwannee Li do iiwny with the city pickup .\irport Lease Denied

;' Keystone School gym It also any field grown woody plants Valley Conference lend. sciviie due to difflcultii!. s A request by used: car dealer -
"(, took down the majority of the other than azaleas. Plants Keystone'sIctol'y was a wIth equipment and personni Raymond E. Hanks for

,brown lea?'I'S remaining on have suffered much loss of feat in Itself] being scored! I 1. and a lack( of sufficient: leasing two acres of property

",I the oak trees, which heretofore moisture in the recent subfreezing with only three men 01the | Beam To Run 1 n-vonue, to pprfoim the service adjoining his land was denied ,

have dilfted: down with weather, and should court after losing a total of adequately It was stated: that: by the council as contrary t.> ,4
eiuh iiiegularlty as to be a be watered well during dry iT four players through/ fouls the municipality utility (ta.x. the best Interest of the airport .
'nuisance to those who take periods such as we are having __: Ihs Indians played the last For School Board I does not cover t the cost of the development. It was recommended .

raking seriously Along with Camellias should receive I two minutes with four men I M'lviies" for which It was orIginally to airport chairman.W.
the March winds of February a good spraying for spider Honor Students At Keystone School And the- last 50 seconds with Int 'nded. H. Redfeorn. Sr. that a.

has came; balmy weather caus- mites and thrlps now. and only three men against the District Three In the course of discussion! study of the facility bemacl'j''
These struljfM A KtmlcnU ut Keystone. HeightSrluxil. .. wore mum-el to I lln l S.u.-.
ing buds to swell and pop. grattings may be mode at this Buc's five and still were able n suggestion was made to Include by his committee, for later
1i-r Principal's List In of tlirir aratlriiilc iu-hle\PniPiitH the .
end here and there we see a time of tha year. Any prunin-r rwoffnltlun cluilnjf/ .pa.st to keep Branford. from SCOI'-I the telephone and gar recommendations as to its future -
wild plum witathid in white or shearing of evergreen J Mrnitvr. First row (l-r) Strphunlt BiinnistiT., ,%-.\ ; ll.irrrl W'hlt,... Ijluui Itimli-n. William M. I Bill I Beam n-' utilities! In those on which the use.

tnid the tinges of magenta on which call for such treatment looter. Ketch, anil U"IUIIiI1'lIlnOI.: 3-U; TereMNii. Fiirrln, 3-/\. Second. rut (fI-r) I'a- ing.The Indians had stacked up signed/ from the Kt'Mstoni' ; tax was made, thereby increains No action was taken on a

the redbud tices( For those should be done just before thc trirln Cox, H-ll: ilna, ..Uuss.i, !U-\; 1' ltty & hulIghn..y.> 12; l>i>nmt. Spiirknuin, ;-.\; a 31-10 lead at the end of the HeiK.if.-s city council tOday the revenue from that recommendation made by La-

Who like to heel! the signs oi new growth begins! to appear KoYumui Keith, KThird row: .'......ph II. lleiisiin, |>rlncl|>iil. firM half] then Branford and announced! his intcntlui source. although the matte. Rue to assess a fine of $5 on

spilnttlic! following\ grardei- > Rye grass may be made tLr started i oaring down( the to become a candidate In the would\ be subject to lefeienduin .acli councilman absent from

I r comeback trail In the second May Democratic primalles for an official meeting.

Services MondayFor Keystone School Talent SoughtFor I half. Keystone led the first member of the Clnv County Councilman George LaR'ir,

HONOR ROLLGrade two quarters, 13-5 and 18-11 School Biard.; DlAtiict 3. H"- was authorized to spend up t.i

a Mr. CoppockOf Fashion ShowA and, trailed In, the last two has been a member of the' $50 for udieitlRinK blls on th,'

Hillcrest 7-A Pilnclpal's list: 10-15. anj! 918. Gary Cooper" council for six years 1 tilnl! contract subject to several "- "See These"RCAVICTOR
i Donna Spaikmau I h I I. HonorrollJim search, for talent 1 is> being!? led the Indians' scoring\ with In a letter of ip.slanatlon' to details belnu( clarified bo

Edward Samuel: 1 Coppoik, : Blown I h I. Nathan made by the Keystone Helnhts 14 points supported by Bro- Chairman Roy Watkins Beam forehand. He stated that from

73. of Hillcrest, OHM) Friday, Bruce I hi. William Dey I 11'1'11. Senior and Junior Women's kits and Ootel'lwith 11 points said : "It Is mv opinion that Ills InvestiKution: of the matter -
33"WIDE Feb. 11, In Paliitka Clubs for entie acte entertainment each. it had been determinedthat
DUPLEX 19 n hospital Lynn Hendeu I hi 1 Vanessa candidate should not campaign -
Ii after an extended llln !Hn. He MillicHn I m I. Nancy Naplr; at their annual Branfordrlalmed( both the fcr. nor hold. more satisfactory service couldbe Values

was born In Chester Pa. on (Ihi and Bob Purdy Ihl.) Honorable benefit fashion show, slated B tpam game, 40-13 and the! than one public office conem-( obtained at a charge oi> I
Keb. 10, 1892; wim. a retired nu'ntion-Chi'Uty New for March 11. At 8 p. in. In 1 girls contest 42-18. In a clean II'ently. Thus, because of my $2 15 per family. with xiadu'

plasterer and a member of man Mil.Qiade the Masonic Hall. sweep of the pre-varsity strong personal feelini (on this ated scales for businesses
the I Keystone Heights First "7-B Honor I'Gll-LaI' Persons who would be willing !] tion. matter. I leuietrullv mast offer based on a two-day per week cPlFicompare

Baptist Church. ry Mlnaledoif! ( hi. Mike Vnlklejuli I- to do a good turn for u KEYSTONE Cooper IIc-1 my rcsig'.atlon! / from tin- pickup He iccommcnled/ that

iA Surviving are his wife. Ruby I hi), Vicky Byrd I mlan I good cau.se am asked. to cult! 10-14: Brokas, 5-1-11 ; Keystone Heights City Council billing be done by either the &

y rra1Jdf Wilson Coppork of Hillcrest.; :} Debbie Cronicr I m I. Hoii01 Mrs O J Murih-e', Jr Floor 4210100n.: : 1-2-4: Ostec-n.! \ effective Feb. 28. 1080"(; Cl.iy Co-Oijcrative) or Key-
two sons Raymond Ccippock' able mention Patsy l.i- space will not be available for 5-1-11: Totals 15-20-50 In announcing for the --tont? Water Woiks in conjunction -

and Karl Coppcxjk lutli of hainel I hi 1 and LUne Parades dance! numbers but other BRANFOUD Johnston, 5- countywide school post Beam with their state-

Pleasantville N. .1.; one bro [hI. Kay Guernsey was named aits such as t lngiiig! skits 1-11. Schofield. 1-0-2; Scni"! said "Because of my long interest ments. This recommendation<:

ther. George Coppoc-k of Hobu to the six: weeks' honorable magic, impel sonatinas, or music boioii'di.' 1-1-3; Miller. 4-o-fl; i in providing good! received( the approval of Ray' '-.. .J'
Sound Fla; two stepsons l, mention list Instrumental, will be Klikpatrlck. 0-0-0: McCa.l. schools and recent encounmo- Stnrnes. 1member of th'

Loye Head of Melrose and Grade 8-A Pi Inc.pal's list- sought. 1-0-2; Chancy, 10-3-23; Totals I mi'iit from friends all (over mayor's committee who was

cJ4 1.1;!:. Harold Head of Fiuitland Roxanne Ketch I h J. Honor 22-5-49. ,, Clay County. I again seek at the meeting/
;1 ; Park; four grandchildren, roll JoAnne Benson I Iin I 1. Scout Troop Lose To Trenton election to the Clay] County live Mill Tax Big Screen TV

._ ---=='=---- four great-grandchildren, and Diane Davis I hi.I Billy Su Plans CampoutBoy Saturday's win followed a School Board as leprw-enta- In his report LaRue stated
eight step-grandchildren. tnklebarger I hi, and Stephanie 57-43 loss to Trenton Friday tlve fiom southwestern Clay that the! tax mlllaxe could bti

Funeral services) were held Shaughnessy I 1m I J. Honorable Scouts of Troop lOG night. In a ball-controlled Su- County Including Kov-ston1: : i educed to five mills, with the

at 2:30: p.m. Monday in the mention Gail scheduled a cnmpout at the wannee Valley Conference Heights Lake Geneva. Bell- elimination of the garbage

First Baptist Church of Key offers [Iml 1. Frank Chrlsl-I I I Keystone Airport: camp site Game more, and Kingsley Lake." service, and disposal of some

stone Heights with Rev. J. D and Ricky Murrhee. Suzanne II this weekend In preparation! Trenton moved into a one Beam was a candidate for used city equipment. He also

Bowen off-elating. Intermentwas Belote was named to the six for the District Camporee point lead: in the second quarter this same office,, In 1962 und made the recommendation

in the Keystone Heights weeks honoiablemention list slated for Match 18 and 19. I 14-13 and expanded it to lost In a close/!!! second primal that the police car be leased

Cemetery under direction of Grade 8-B Honor roll-Tina The group will meet at the a ripping 17-10 margin by the contest with A. E I iThidI) Anthony III the future when the present
f\ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Sickle I pi I. Deborah HawesIhl home of Scoutmaster: St-.1! end of the halfKeystone the Incumbent uuto becomes unu>lcable.

Home. I and Ken-y ShackleforUIhl Moore at 1 1:30: p. m. Saturdayand rallied briefly in A 43 year old engineer employed Councilman Walt Thomasmoved
I J. Honorable mention Kathy: will return Sunday at 4 the third quarter, 13-12 but by the DuPont CompAny that ut/ () $500 be
I last for a longer period by Hinck I Ihl I L.on Tiiest! I Iml I I. p. m dropped the fourth 13-8. when at Camp Blending, !pent to lepalr the city tract01' S.rl.t Til*BRENT CO 297

feitlllzlng and mouiiiK fie- and John Warren hi. Su"week.s Scoutmaster Moore and Trenton froze the ball. Beam has a long record( of and KiMd-'r by LnRue. the ,: 23'tub(overall diagonal.' ) A'-i
I 13.4cu.ft. matter being approved by the ails Iq.(In picture
I quently. honorable mention -- camping chairman! Robert This was the win that tll l community srrvlre dutlnir
.frg.ratOr should come In Paul and Tern HemeJ-:: Trenton with Branford, for the (council!. after heating a report
Perennials Cathy Henry will attend a Scoutmaster back to 1951. For many yea :'.she Tinted RCA PanOPly pIcture
on tile condition of the two
I ) r' : i ---. ., for their share of attention son Day at Echockotec conference lead. was Deputy County Civil tuba
time for dividing Piincipal.s lI'- Gary Cooper bucketed 16 vehicles\ It was alsj detjimin 22.500.volt New Vista chassis
now. which is the Grade 9-A near Orange Park on Feb. 20/ Defense Director to Ray
and replanting, as well Gina Massa I Ihl I I. Honor roll t-1 The' mcetlns will be held to points for the Indians back- Chance and Ls a past president ed that the condition of the( New Vista VHF,Solid Stats
clump4 Teul Chl'l el! by Brokas with 11. Brokas city dump truck did not wai, UHF tuners
IT as fertilizing. Daylllly Diane Chapman. di.<>cus-' the summer Seoul I of both the Kovstoii sound
Throat" FM
may be dun before the new offers I h I I. Debbie Day Mimi cumping program held there also was leading rebounder Heights/ PTATPA and (lie i ant further monies being ex- S "Golden,

growth has mada much headway Float 1 Ihl. Deborah inkleban--; and the prepaiatlon-s to b peKKin/ < down 16. Keystone Iffiphts( Lions Clu':

dlvUed and replanted er I Ihl I am Dabble KinHSbuiv': made by the troops. TRENTON Wilson 8-4- Ho i Is a Mason a voluntc,'
''In smaller lots with fei'till/er. I Iml Honorable mention--Diane 20: Lancaster 1-0-2; Sewell. flieman. and Cub 8<,out boat d

as Is the case with other types linen I Iml I and John Mc- I 1-1-3; Slaughter.: 6-1-13; member His activity: h, KEYSTONE 1 VR. FREE

which are divisible. Bulbs and Grath 11th.Grade I. Summers 1-0-2; Clifton, 3- the Clay County Cltl/fi Drive-in Theatre
other perennials which havebeen 9-B Px-inclpal's list- 1 CALENDAROf 1-13; Hurst, 2-0-4* Totals School Improvement Committee Service with
2 _-_
planted a year or" more Patricia Cox I pi J Honor 1'oJl-1 27757. stalled In I l'2'!)(!:! whrn it each Color Set
Model ND1969 Fri. S.it. Feb. 1 18' 1 19!)
Honorable Cooper, 5-6
// \\ will benefit from an even Marshall Gallop. was organized/ to push foi, all
/ There'sa Duplex scattering of fertilizer. culti- mention Tracy Bakei. Denise 16: Brokas. 5-1-11 ; Thies. 1- incieasp In teai('hfi' p.n

(II/ for every family \\\ Low Down Payment vated Into the surface where DeWitt and RodeilrkHutchison 0-11 ; Moon, 4-0-8; Osteen. Benin his st'Ifr'. inmnil I THE HILL 1-
and kitchen. .. there is no grass I Thursday' Feb. 17- Men's 3-0-6; Totals, 18-7-43. and their four chllrll'en..IHI': -,

JillI \\\l\ EAS rTEnl\l\ I ILll All plants other than azaleas Grade 10 Honor roll Owen PIOMM' fellowship 7:30: pin shall, 17: IcsliP Ann I Ifi I ,IKrle '! with Sean: 'onnery
DUPLEX 19 should be Baker ShAron Brown (nit. of A. A Bralnerd.Ktvston 11
and camellias Home ; and Billy 0, me all TheIotion; Picture of I
( JJJJ fertilized now. as well as p"r- Jackie Godwin (hi), Dorothy : School PTA7:30: I active mcmi, 'i'< of the KI,", I II

t\L\ .DUPLEX. .35"wid 22 l liii Defrosting Duplex 19 manent grass. Wait until the Hnrclenbergh' (hI I. D.inny' p. m S"nool lumh-ioom. Pro- NEWS NOTES r Coat Inup) On .N't/'vt I'a;.el I the Year!
DUPLEX 25 with automatic ice maker. blooming period Is over for Hinck (ml.) Deborah Knighth cram! by 2nd; grade \ I

41' wider Holds 197Yzlbs.infull.length' the azaleas and camellias ( ). Jane MCullouKh (Ihl.) Fri av. Feb. 18- Ladies 9- My Helen FganAAltl' .. .. noplo o_
DUPLEX 30 freezer. full-size refrigerator Seeds to plant now are Roxanne ValliU-juli I h I nml Iljle Oalf-A-Round Assn RcA VICTOR Th&4

.48. wide 1 has 13.4 cu. ft. capacity. those of tender summer annuals Jimmy Wildt (Im)I. HanoI ablt. met Olfee at 9 a. m. Play Any terToiev}
Packed with deluxe features mention Glenn Few (hI> Hills C C'llAI'TKIi: .
such as ageratum. sweet tit !)30 a m. JlJa..k ,:
alyssum china-aster. blue] lace Terry DeWitt was maimed to C.. Oca.ii: Luncheon following:: Itt.OIUfA.NI/KS: .; I and

flower celiosa. chinese forgret- I the six weeks' honorable men- Satuirl.iy Ftb. 19- Pancak' The Board of Directors of or Colo," ; l "
Automatic Ice MakerI tion lUt.Grade. of Keystone Chapter AAFtP met' '
Improved menot, chrysanthemums. uj.pi' ('i' 'por.soieti' by Men!! I
early cosmos. dianthus. dlm- 11 Honor roll Terry the C'mrth of St. Anne February 9 and derided, that i

I c: I a supply of ice ready orphotheca ga Illardlll, (zypsophllla King hi), Susan Bird Patti I Epi--jopal, Church 5:30: 7:30: new by-Iawa and l certificate. n.S",.DEBONA'.AQ 029lB' '"
at all times .automatically. Brannon I hi) and NaacjKlngsbciry Hull. of incorporation imposed by .'a. ((0'.11 dl.,.) .. "!....__1.1't
No messy trays to fill or ernptyt" hellohrysum. linarla' i f'. m :Masonic( I J2$M.In,plctut-' oIlk:7'JROAVIOTOR': '
(h') }lonOl'lI blp I National an a requirement( for, ;
:5 Available in every size marigolds nastuitium. phlox, Sunda. Feb. 20 OeorneWa'hmton I
; TL_ : Admiral Duplex! poppy rudbeckla, schlzanthus mention -Brervla Wilkinson. Silver Trophy I receiving a charter would t be
and verbena. Six weeks' honorable mention Tournament: Keystone Golf: unacceptable due to heavy re- ,
Donnie O'Stt'en.' Cub: 2:30: m .stilctlon.s and regulation.- It
and Country p.
Bulbs to plant are asnpan-
list therefore voted unanimously I-
12 Principal's was
I follow in .
amaryllU.\ Covered dish supper j
thus alstremarla, (Ihl. Honor : that the chapter withdraw -
.. freesla, Patty :Mond.iy. Feb 21 Clay Only
crlnum. dahlia, : $119-95
calla I
.,' roll\ LinU.i Anthony Patricia Better Schools Committee its charter application
,,' .... : 1 gladiolus gloriosa mont- Cuendet (1m), Jane McMurtry 8pm. School Board nriil sever all affiliation with
anthus. hymenocallls,
.. Valldejulih the National Association
$, ;.,. ",, bretla sprcklia. tub<>r01la, Iml and Norma meeting room Oreen Cove The board then II I-
> ,1 ( ). Honorable mention presented a
". -r.t Spllng,
: ;". .,," watsonla and zephyranthes.vegetable Kathy McGluvB and Caiul Tu ,lay. Feb. 22 -KeystonWomuu's reorganization plan which wits I A Face We Know _
In the ,
.. .' ." Activity Warren (hi.A.AA..A4) unanimously approved Thennmu
luncheon meeting -
.... Club
... "
.. / garden really get underway will be thanked to Key- DISCOUNTS
:"t: Hut this month. In this part of the (. lli'30 p. m. Masonic Hall stone J-V.lluw.sliip! Club with As Wells Our Own
l .. aAAAA&aAAa Program on wild life by game WITH
state. February is the monthto the name officers/ serving Until -
plant carrots, lettuce. beets warden J. Metca]!. a designated time for reorganIzatIon We See Mr. Washington'sFace SERVICE
l DUPLEX SO Women's Golf As-
I. ADMIRAL DUPLEX 22 mustard. turnips swiss chard MELROSEBy ( with, new\ by-lawi
259 Ib no. 4 .zr freezer 17.9 cu. Chinese cabbage. parsley ensrllih and programs. The club will Washers! --Hefrijifera-
In.zor .13 cu. .dehl\\ ; del rottin, arefrigerator. C 9-39 a. m.
It. no' :
no-d.lroitlng It. Plantsof ]
It. .8 refngvrator .. 24 4 29 2 peas and spinach. \ Sally Rothhammerl'ERStNAI.S Alken welcome new members with th One torsDryers 4
r.lng, .rator 2O Thursday, Feb 24 Day on Dollar Bill.
total toe p.clllf.Pack.d cauliflower, broccoli
It. -
n. total ca acsty. cu. cabbage annual dues of ft, payable to
cu. It. tout wltll, capacity.delux. Automatic. lc.maker Including automatic onions also/ be ,........., .""Y'9............... Parks Trophies( match play -- TV, Etc.We .
cemk.r.twflCIiP.' and:! may: Axel Malmgren, treasurer, or
host of othtr Is Our
Including plus a ; I Money Business. We
feature 9:30
other finals Keystone WGA. :
a.tomatCiCe maker,: ) deluxe f taturuSl l lModl rs. and many set out. Seeds of all but the any member of the club.
Modal ND226' N02569 d.iuii.l.aturSIMudil NO3069' very tenderest annuals shouldbe Dr. Ralph Kimbrough. ot am.Ladies. -18-hols Palatka full Invitational handicap] Forty-five member and I Help You Take Care of Service I E\ery!
directly outdoors as Appliance and TV
sown friends enjoyed the covered
of Florida, Department
soon as the soil can be worked Vnlversity and tourney. 9:30: a m luncheon. dish l luncheon anti. business Your Money Too.
Order Your Admiral Duplex For of Administration. Filday. Feb. 25-World Day
Into good crumbly con- Feb .
a meeting on If) Two newtConhiz.ued WHEELERDISCOUNT
Holden of Swan:
'If Prayer Union Service 2 p.
for :>
sistency sowing.IIERE'X
Lake went to Valdosta. Ga I On Next Page) I
Delivery NowYEOMAN'S THERE Thursday for Mr. Holden to m Community Church. Open A Checking Account

Former Keystone resident begin his work on Dr. of Dlsetratatlon .
('I 1"'Es I KH:t "'IOKIH.II.II
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APPLIANCES Ann [tMrs. Fred I Cole was In hammer's parents. Mr. and :.. 14IH With Us Today!
town ]last week with Mrs. \V. Mrs C. R Wesley Appliance Store
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Holden
,'onllldH'nll, l HnK-rfriff, !In''''. nKurlmvi
C. McCrary and son Billy of Palatka spent Saturday I Mrs. E. I. VanNetta was i*..illi'..tii.n I iiintru I i
SALES & SERVICE making a short visit with the with their son, Mr. and Mrs. weekend guest of her mother. with I i-wmmiTi, ,'Iii hind.ll.i'rn I Inl KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Between Melrose &
Kyle McMurtrys. Mrs. Cole I Mrs Leila Cannon of Lake- l<-rvl"WM ,to b.. hcM. WM-k, ...r
Clarence Holden and celebrated
and her family now live In land. "r..rv. :. il I I.t thru 21th Culll.Vyi.ton. : F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. KeystoneRoute
Lucy's fourth birthday.Mr. MflKlitM) ell( Mali( I I4c3.q',7
Ph. 175.2371 1\Ie1rose, Fla, Fort Wayne. Ind. The Mc- and Mrs. Roth- I Several guests at Mrs R. F. : l l..tw.n i no) n. m .ml,I 21
.1 I Crarys also( formerly lived Simmon's surprise blrthd hammer the weekend in
here. Millie now living In Gainesville!] visiting Mrs. Roth- party were Mrs. Ray Bailey of J'/y I'll- ('I 1..,iH ( ()mmunrty. Melrose. 4732101BRADFORD
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Inti\tJl"Cmn rotiNtr rri-wnRAPii.: MTARKK. rr-num*
r.OE FOURTEEN: I appeared at the Iawyciot..
is now
made for Rift; mmnclng If n urday.Novcria. Dyal mid Mrs. Sally Fcagle this. I Imagine /she Bradford fice wanting to change i I- .
and her uncle.!! AU are from Association! George Washing Beam To Run Gainesville to helpus home from the
1 donor wishes to contact II anti Benediction I over from name from "Chief ScrcechriTrain. '
TOLaIflament -
c ton Silver Trophy Hospital.We .
Ma&achusett.4. member. of the committee .orarchitect Monday 7:30: p. m. devour a good old fashioned County recentlyIf Whistle" to "TooU", ''
KEYSTONE will be held Sunday I wondered
News from former School fish had
For Don A Ed Coimecn. who iifteruoon. followed by a covered I _InteidemonliuatlonalCommunity ) .. neighbor. Mickey Grant
HILITES stoner Mrs. of the Items. needed may he hush-puppies grits and col our
Rldue.TiMin. dish supper. A 2 ::30 p m. Dr apartment ut the
lives near Oak Church of has the
now Board Post obtained from the church act slaw. Jack had the luck who
( .. .states Hint they were shotgun kt.irt will be observed rotary Mrs. Warren. A C. Holt minister: MrGeorge getting four very nice speckled Tom Norwood home hail: I MURRHEE

Miowbound in their hume la.it \\'oiIti liny Of Prayer Canova orgranlat and left us You I
moved away
Pagol.Jacksonville ] Community Cliurili Clivliis'' perch and one nice
I ICont. from proceeding World Duy of Prayer will foe (Kroin PrurecilInK, I'IIRO/ ) surprise at I
Li week and miss the Keystone- will meet! :Monday, Feb. 2. Sunday School 9:30: a. m this morning.( It was our first can Imagine my Insurance Agency

\ and Billy inChalwI wen UK r. She enclosed a snapshot observed" i on Feb. 25 with a stone Heiahts, Community Circles. 1, :2!, 4, ami 5 will nieut MorrUruf Worship. 11 ... m mess of fresh fish this year finding out on CHRISTMAS I

Hill. N. C. of son Peter pioud'.ywenrlnn !; union service\ held at 2:00:: p Church where Mr. Beam recently lit I ::30 us reported hint week.Mrs. I INurserr open both hours... and they are always bettei DAY I mind you I Mickey wa- General Insurance

thl The! E. P. Menuens have lei I a sweatshirt with in. In the Keystone; Community served two years s-s : Koburl Dortd's Circle! :2! than others! on his way to Christmas jln-\\ FIRE CASUALTY! 1'

l, lor their Naples Fla. homo Keystone) Heliihts. Floilcia": Church sponsored by the Sunday School superintendent.. : will meet! at l:3f: > on Feb. 22: : I -Epl co-.*l "Aunt" Bea and "Uncle' ncr in Jacksonville with ntNR ADTO-BON1IH!

having weathered the severe fiiiblnxniifd! on the chest. United Church Women of the A native of New J-'rsey.. Nightingales! at 7:43: nt\d, St. Ann 's Rev. W. W Owen Bryant. report all 1 Norwoods and their daualitf-r.: I Keystone Height, 47.1-4TH

f1w f1P4 cold lure In Keystone.Sien Mr. and Mm. Henry Flue-; National Council of Churche ben B nm received a B. S. de are? lUbfcciis. ut 8 p.m. on Feb. 21. Worstall vlcnr: R. G. Copeland well on their side of the lake Alma Eddy and her famllv 1,

01the RtA; course !tiC,. of Villa Plumosa hau.tu All urea families have from Pennsylvania] Slat' University II.I."tSS: tS: I1l1jMIt'i'PIlMi's. 1 O'rganlst. They went to Gainesville tc when his car was struck and

PIPI Sunday were Mr. and MvsOrmac \ "t returned from Chesterton. Invited to participate In this In 1948 after !stuclylm Annie Lee I>iinwuo<"ly.un ; Morning Prayer and Sermon visit their daughter. Mrs. La- very badly damaged. Mlck.-y''I

PIT : Hill of Palatka whj Ind., where they attended the fellowship which Is beifl.tgiven chemical enilneerliw. Fifteen original member of the 2nd and 4th Sundays I gasse and family over the Is very luck not to have be-n I
funeral of his mother. Mi*. locally by AARP who 9:30: a. m. (nursery open I I' Frankare badly hurt from the impactI
have a summer! home oil Swan of his 20 :ymca! of service wjintlit \ I Chapter wn I, weekend. Helen anj:!
Luke. ElI belli Conner of Calumet ( from First Baptist. I DuPont Company hav! struck hy .H car In Starke, last Holy Eucharist and sermon putting an addition n feel fortunate in havln:' I.

114 Ruests of the J. City. Ill. on Frb. 9. Anne's Episcopal and Community I been spent nt the Blandliulocation. :March Is. not recovering too' 1st and 3ixl Sundays! I 0:30: A their home there and you been a !guest last Wednesday ,
lit Werkeiid" :! Mrs. Walker is recuperating churches. M. !nursery 0p11J.! Churjl l the weekly mectlnu
Lt. Col. I Vrazey \ well. The two breaks In her know extra helping hands are evening at
bt 13 Chi'ssiiiKtons! were at'hl'I' froin A traditional event which School. 9:30 A. M. "Holy Eu- Society unier -
home : Relief
21 Hunter ofWrithtPat.teS01 I, Concerning his platform. h" right wrist had to be reset. most welcome. of Starke's
P And Mrs.! Harry Air Forre an Illness. has taken place for nearly 80 said: "I am familiar with the urul! the hip fracture Is not charist. 8 a. m. each Sunday. Holly and David Hurst :! the sponsorship of th i ,-

I'.INt'AKE:' : Nl'PPKK yenrs the observation this will Evening<< Prayer. 7:30: P. M and' Church there. Mi-[
educational policies of healing so major surgery children! of Mr. Mormon
Ohio who wereon present! young!
Biise. Dayton.trip from South Tickets me still avullaU"I, year will be held In approximately the county school system! and have to be undergone. Cards! each Sunday. EYC 6:?' P. M ,' Mrs. John Hurft.' have been Earl Voyles. daughter Pesr! I

d'' A return for the annual pancake !sup I 125 countiles and nnd to cheerful each Sunday. Revel. my Join,
IdlBoth couples were support. them. I fel the:? visits our most I' laid low with the flu. Hope Mrs Ei nest
w Fin: \ :Men of the ,, arena of the world. with be Dally offices of Morning ut t
In Japan to ethrcvcral per. sponsored by policies have led to educational member and friend will their conditions are beLle I and I met with a group

.stationed! Church of St. Anne's services being held at different Improvements and contributed appreciated., Address: Lake I and EveningPrayer, 8:00: A and;! they Improve with tlnv ladles for an evening of handwork -
years pal Church to beheld EPlsco-1 locations each of the 24 Immensely toward keep- (ieneva Fla.Sympathy. I M. and 5:00: P. M. I "Pap" Norsworthy made II dircuvslon.\.' Peggy: entertained -
- Ki. >tone has a !good scoutIn hours of the day by mlUio-is
v who day from 5:30: to 7:30: inn Clay County Schools on Is extended! to Presbyterian safe trip to a Medical:! meeting with a. vocal number
:Miss Roxanne Masonic Hall. Tickets may b' i of women. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ]Flugge Voyles a shir''
week the accredited list. If the people Faith Presbyterian Church 1 held in Orlando last week. and Mrs. gave
\biavrda rainstorm last purchased from any member OARDEN: CI.t'11The on the death of his. mother In review of thr.soclety's
re'1I and
Scoutcookies choose, to elect me. I -R..v. J. R. Neale Ji minister With that beautiful new history
*"11 127:! boxes of Girl I
to Garden CluU of the -
of the iiroup\ or chairman In of Chicago.Mr. i convertible he is sporting. we purpose and fuivtlon. -
total for pledge to serve a spirit ; Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist I
. The grand Donald McRae.TKMNT.: ( Lakes will meet at 1 p. in. and Mrs. Louis Kyle enjoyed safe return .
cooperation with the !superintendent Mrs. Carl Swlsliei.summer '. feared for his
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : : OFF ThinMlay.! Feb. 24. at the I a visit! from Mil'yles. : I I relax fo. Eugene: Kinchen atjd son!
other board membe.'s.principals organist. I We neighbors can
Atthur Ketch wits 135 boxes'Mr. Twenty women toilets qual- home cf Mrs. Edmund Dwyer. brother." 1<'. .1. Kyle iiml, wife. about Jimmy came down from Jacksonville \ -
teachers, and a'i! Simrluy School. 9. .; m I a while in ourol'rYln
and :Mrs.- Al Watson the Dr. Sam McFadden: of the Winter an'11'11.. K. See
: tiled last Thursday in non Instructional personnel.l.I of Park Morning Worship. 11am. I our good neighbor. Mrs. Edna for a few hours on
will attend the annual ball oYe VfSta Alkt'n-DaUle Parks: I Department of Ornamental I All talent. J. Kyle of Plnlnlleld mv energy and will: I Sunday.::! 1 Nursery open ixithhours. I Kinchen, beirur
Mystic Revellers Ft 1d-\;>' tournaments held at the Key- Horticulture at the Unhersltv I appeal has: been made for,
I be directed toward assisting! : .1 talker a friend of hers Mrs to prepare their cottage /
ni':lit in Jacksonville.: Tn tone Country Club. Winner I of Floilda! will speak on the: them In brlnalna about further by Mrs. Hollis KnIght. of> : u C P. Colbert of Rock Springs.' opening and hope to spen.: Your Gulf/ Life

ball Is the hlahliaht! of thi'Jaksoiiifle (i.r the day; was Mrs.! E. F I planting! and culture of roses. :I Improvement.. I Starke. through Mrs. R. N. ____________________6 Oa.. Into staying with her. mole time here thts summer /
( \ social season Mkeii with a low uro-is of 81$. i KEYSTONE: : ROTARY I Sunilerluml for. volunteers to I V V V V T V V T V V VVWVVVVVVVYINDIAN The weather has kept them calledto I RcprcsenaheAik
Beam MU.I he would nsK forth :Mrs. Jo StrandbFi-4
with 1 a prominent businessman Low ni-t wlnn'rVA'4:! ;Mrs. Al serve two afternoons or two I, I
J. F. Bloodworth.:! with the !;! support: of nil Clay County I from dolnu: any fl.shln: but tll!! mc she had no ne''oexcept I
nnd current debutante chosen WatsonIth 73. In the 10- evenings! a month, for j BEACH1Lnke him how one Gulf ills
Stiirke office of the Florl.1.1Piobatlon residents on the basis of nhout'l MI'!.. Colbert relaxes a hittht'more she spnt Monday onher .
kIne and of the ulltterlni two hours Ht the | Insurance policy with AdaptS.Plan
queen \ole Aikcn taurney: In the S- '
i and Parole Commission time she reads or
his education. experience and roof tobsweepins ani can protect. your hnm,
: affair. hole Parks tournament. Mrs I will speak at the R3I understanding; of governmentand County Hospital us! Hides. Santa Fe) hears the report from her cleaning it off. Well, I can :assure I provide family Income. arM
Mrs H. Schrlefer and! granddaunliter R. L. Walker vns low net I senior citizen or club which retiritm. '
: tary Club luncheon meetlsvi Sr. I northern Georgia area income to your
school system operation. Karen Marra. of winner with 37. There was jio wishing to nerve' may fund, or help. .*nd your cKildr .
Friday on his work with pal'oleI's is only a few miles ,
"Since I have been a Cia' much as that at sevently thiei'years
Elniont. Lon! Inland arevlsltlns low Krohs winner in this cntRory. *!- I In Bradford and this section County taxpayer for the pattI Mrs. Sunderlnnd. j i I..LAAIALAALAAALAAAAALA&Ho. . . of Chattanooga Tenn. !! of age. It better make .n to colUg. :

Mi's. Schrlefer's sister.Mi of Clay County. i I Phone 473-IS ,
I I nine years. I will not forget! hum. I hope I am not | In riding by on Mondayevening headlines some place! How
Ed Raynor. at LnkesldCottaues. Box'" "":?
> Keystone Rolfers Oorctou
At Its meeting last Fildny that while bl'hlRln1Rbout we "a light 1.1
Several trips to Lee Huntley Reifearn.::: and I I / MELROSE too full of good fresh fish tntet about the rest of you? K..y..l<>\", Heights Flu.TkEINES1u1R .
the ilub viewed a film on the I necessary Improvements In our column done tonight.We the window" at Mrs. IIaWhit.eheads \
of Interest in the state \ I my Until next. week -did youhear
points Clarence Porch have enter\'ci
Rotary magazine/ The proKiam -: schools we must $lve full: I have just had Mrs. Ruby apartment. From Indian who
ale planned for the youru the George Washington Tournament about the 1
I was narrated by Joe consideration! to the problemof
lady's entel talnment held] at the Tallnrms- Thies and program chairman I taxation particularly! that (From preceding page) 'I -- -- = :.:::== !

Visitors at White Feather' see Country Club on Fob. 25- Chnrles Hutchinson. I of ad valorem. real estate tax .

Court an- former KeystonorMi I 27. The tourney i< open to system< Beam said. "In my Norfolk. Va.: Mrs. C. A. Duncan Y1Air
; ;Mar[ Karew and winter amateurs only ria-lic :N'>irl>uiik. 4i.JU; at ll>. mind there Is no doubt that of Laton Okla.11':- &.

visitor Mrs Margaret H.\U, The Keystone Women's 0011 TEI.KGKAPH.: we must continue to constantly Jim Mlllren of Lawton Okla.
HOWI'l1l I
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
I Imp..othe. quality! of education '
of Sliver Springs. Mi.Mr. :! ._ -
to _:: ,(
keep In step with -- --- -=
and Mrs. Grant Roth- 1\1.
our nation's projirpss.( but I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE also have n-> doubt that hamer are back from soutn Conditioning-Healing i
this Academy LAmE WEAR Office :
Meanly Equipment
I Florida. They took a drive I 1 ,
\ mun be done ,. thout raisin I
Saturday I
meal I estate over to Welatka RUSS PIKER I
taxes to an unbellI ;- POWELL'S Hancock Office
ably hlah level which woulddi.scournse : momma: to visit their friend Authorized Alrtmip Cherry'sOfclnesvllle'a I
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ca.soii AcademyLearn '
j I house building and Heating & Air Conditioning Beauty Moat FUhlonablt EQUIPMENTSmlthCoronaAUtflorl.ed ,
formerly of Melro&e. r
Investment! by new job-pro- METAL I Address For Ladle ,
I I duclng Industries." Buster nnd Hazel Roberson Commercial. Profession. In Your DealerClaryYIrlorTotsila. '
celebrated their birthdays; i Keitlilentlal Spare Time. Full or Part Time : !

APPLIANCES AUTO SERVICE: I1eeiiaI Sales & Service ,I! with a combined party tubSaturday .Industrial. DRESSESSUITSCOATSI I ) ;
Machlnee. Calcutaton _
.,. 'L.tSSESLaw :
at their aunt. :Mrs. i4alesIuI.utuu4IatiomI-4ertlte HAY &: KVKXINO: : : ( MATERNITY WEAACCESSORIES I
KING'S I Yeoman's Electrical NEWS NOTES 2702 N E. 19th Dr. Tuition Terms SALES -
home. Games
\ Ford Hensley's .
T V Service Center SAVE TIME-diseu. r Oft r*

Service Station : Sales & Service : were played and:! the refresh I Gainesville 372-0714 219 N.W. 10th Ave.huluiesvilie I qulrement with a* flntt.

... R. T1UF.: ProprietorAithorI.s4d Frigrldjiire ment!! was enjoyed by nil AUTO RAI.ES&SER\'II: I 7 W University, GainesvilleMOBILE 528 N. Main St.,' OalnesvtU

O USED CARS ;: "" AppliancesWashers I (From Proceeding P&gsnteiubt.i. ] twenty-five or more guest :I (; 378-'J7H mwePAINT ""If_'"''''
Motorola Pbilco I I I

Bale and Service O GENERAL REPAIRING I *. Zenith SiHfiler" and HenterHI :Motorola TV I arid, Roland",,"Ii.q. Dorothy Coutou. Slieritiiin to Mrs.Osweo.\ Nancy S. C.Bass to attend has gone the Barkley] Motors, Inc. CHAIN SAWS I HOMES: I Ii & GLASS

Srrilce On All "'akM O ELECTRIC tc ACETYLENE *. I were funeral of a friend. She will I S TRIUMPH I
I 4) lli\ Ililf :Alrlnme" Introduced/ < it ml same. djyinoeting.'i i MUSTANG
I be eone; about a month. S FIAT I
TV' RADIO STEREO WELDING I I'h..n.11,12:1'71. : I !:! were, planned for the A.&J.Saw I Liddell Paint &

(COLOR TV I II O TEXACO PRODUCTS :! hOME( : HKP.VIR 1 1I next When three. 30( muntns./members! DUPLICATE 1st place-Mrs.BRIDGE Gay: Living: : VOLVO HIIAMAN A. SUNBEAMS : & Mower Co. I Mobile Homes, Inc. Glass Co. I!

I I i--, enjoyed n ston. Mrs. Ray Strawn. 2nd : We SpertallM In I Joe Anderson< Mgr.Flomelite ; New Moon -Pacemaker
;MKLKOSE.: : .175-8131 fun nltcrnoun. I
Work GuarAnteed-TV RentalsKrjruton I ( Jan.
nn 27 InSt.
Want Paneling? placeMrs.. John Breeman. I KYANIZE PAINT
I ;
I Need Shelving? .. Annu'H parish house byi'uuumrtuuuy Mis. E, T. Wrtsht.\:. 3rd place-- Trained Mechanics: I Chain Saws Skyline P.lvirj-a I Glam Mirror SUdln flws

Height. 4734631AUTO I' MELROSEAuto I of Itev. ,William \Vorstiill Tied. Mrs. Mary Cook. MissIva : Tub Enrlocurc Sh.w*. I
)lt ors Need Fixing/ ? there, was hardly enough I 1M CLEAN USED CARS SALES & SERVICe Capella--Cavaller.
Service Hlllyer. Mrs. Francis Pye! Door Windows Awnln -
( ,\1.1.: loom)( for Hume of the more 2101 N. MAIN & Parts All MakesGravely I .
!Miss Bess, Rutherford. Repairs Down payment a* low as $I iOO Carpet WaUpaper SUi
Richard Jimrs Prop. KEYSTONE Hctivtg.iniCM\ nnd stunts. Vice
front' Consultation
SCHOOL NEWSPTA O.lnesvIlle S72-4371 Sale "
REPAIRGoetzman Preslflcnt. < KtlivlVeynmn" susre.sti I Tractor 4S20 N.W. 13th St. 4il North !
Former Owner J. L Motors Home will meet Feb-.uary 23. tIc Service i
Repair .: -
MacclennyGeneral & Improvement Service: on Feb. :VH! ,iiml a I must everyone There will be a Musical pra- S JEEP 2022 NE. Blvd. Gainesville, : 37 -"1"t 1

Repairs 'I P. O. Itox 12 I signed
Bros. This ..... Thursday iilarht: the MotorcyclesScootersStreit's I PET; SERVICE f.f.IRENE'S
keystone Hei hts. Fla. 1< .11'1..1n'ws! itejn KA.MItLCRAmerloa'R :\ Just Off Wairlo" Road' -
High School Girl Basketball I
New cV Used Parts for -
I Phone I I7.-M75: I :!: I last week did not reach I I \
GarageREI'AIR Team won over Bell at Bron- Plne!\ Economy Oa: Bicycle Shop

I Standard Oil Products: A <-iirriil i ('luff rjieliur, SpeHiillliiJT : the paper in time for publication son. Melrose's A Team lost to SM| and. Service CONCIETE pnonnrrsINSIST :; I (

III I the Ol: \LI. I in which she apologizedfor Bell by three points. Saturday'l HONDA MOTORCYCLES: Poodle Salon

WORK \, :MKI.KOSK: : I JnhH. for. 1 lie i'i enlein'e" a statement "regarding" useof night the. Girls lost by ten Ridgway Motor Co. Cushnvui Vv S-t. r*
Rvn -
of I hp I llonieuttniT.Serving 1133 $' Main \
points to Cedar Key Girls I Du'atlO'ZanuppMOliOrcYc1es >
PORTABLE "WIELDING" J CARS Clay and I t the club I Team at Bronson< In : THE BEST FRtoIMi .-aJ.. *: Brvloi! Fcr
with i facilities I but thl'I Gainesville l 373-8131 : Oroomlns and Supplies I
ltrnd lord CountiesN'llUSKKY I f finals. SCHWINN BM7YCIX3:
WE HAVE: OOOU the officers felt that if attemhince. I i All Breeds
AlHO Lawn !1"wproutbo..11IIloton .. CIII'RCII' NEWS : Edwards Building Locksmith &: Safe Week
I I : I incrt'a.ies, a larger B & G Motors Co.'tADILIACOLDSMOBILE Toy Stud Service j
Used C'ars and Trucks I $IS W. UntTenMy AT..
pl." e will be required. : Fellowship Sun I Puppies For Sale

day School Class meeting will Supply, Inc. II Oalnv l. nll-" .' 6'.'O s. M.iln
At Savin PuliesVe11 O.C.Carnes Nursery I On Feb. 21 I lit I p.m. ut th..1 I BALES Si; SERVICE I I
Hwy 21 Keystone Heights a.irtlen HcMtaiunnt In Starke be held:! In the!! Educational: Gainesville 372-0000(
Next to Drive-In Theatre \ (. Hlwim.v 100., F'orl1honle.-23 Building.;; The Devotional 7Z8 S. Main-372-4844 \ :MOTOIU'VCLES( Pr.ATINO
irt It tor You I :Miles SK of Stark I the chapter will enjoy" a baited 1"Ir.e Selection of Used i Cart _

PhODe 47.1-3104: If Ue llon't H.MC It I NurMery Stock --. Thousand chicken. luncheon! after Leader will be Rev. A. F. Taken On Ouiillac Trade GAINESVILLE.! !FLA I

Nltea &: Sun. 473-3183 of Plnrrtj 4t: Fruit I whichmen) \ will be played l in Eagleston.: Hostesses are Mis. i THE Ocala ChromePatin
Vernon Buff Clark Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.! Z to l N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
GarageIIw Trees to chaos: from. Nice the private dining: room. The Melton. > I PHONE 376-7115 IUl'TIUCIOTOItH: : : CYCLE SHOP ] Inc. \

Shade Trees Htv+rgre rA \. chill-go. is $1.50 which includes I ,

lUll Kf>stone Huts. I : Landscape Plants. All In tux, tips! tumid prizes.! Res- The Melrose:. Methodist I ELECTRIC NORTON: I3ULTACO Ct>pprr. Nickel C'1Mm''! .
Auto Sales & Service Pinna Performance
473-: 4.VTI containers plant anytime I" VII tlon... must be in to :Mrs. Youth Fellowship had a Val- PUCATI( BRIDGESTONH! Cadmium. Metal pInishg

Camellia. Jc azalea. ;' "'eymall.1I's.: Egan: or Mr. entine Day's party Sundav,I SAAB Motor Repair Co. M C OTOII C Y'E LE: S diatom Buffing I'

AUTO( SERVICE Let its 1o yotir 14ndseaping.l9iuuuie ( :M.ilniKre.n nut later than Feb. night following their regular,. or flwinenvllle.. Inc. I
ClI4.. CJII.;
17. program. They also celebrated C'uumupleip'| S r, l Iu... .\: Part.
Chrysler Plymouth Valient SILVER. BBASS. COFPF !
HENDERSON'SService On :\((111'1'113 the Hawthorne several members! birthday. CLAN: USED CARS Repairing: Rewinding New:': & Used machine in dock .
Simca International Harvester ",\(,11STOHE(; : New and Used Industrial< Hard Chrooi
members There were several guests.
will entertain the Easy Financing Terms
Trucks. Scout 4-Wheel : CenterSta i The Eltam Church 1031 S. Main GaineavilU. / 1536 NE 2nd Arc.. OcaleDIal .
D1'1'e.Clayton THE BLUE PINES !I Fellowship Club ,and( on April Baptist WORK GCARANTKKI: : ) Available

ntlniti Oil Products 'I 28 the men of the club will held a Youth Committee Phone 378-2 138 i U.J .-."l.
331 N.". 8th
ROAD SKICVH'K: Package Store & I be chefs for a cookout at Gold 1 1I Meeting at 7:30: p. m. Monday! 1030 S. Main[ Gainesville A\e.

RevelsChryslerPlymouth Johnson OutboArd COCKTAIL I.Ol'NGE:''' : I Head Brunch State Park nlsht. There was a Valentine'sDay Pontiac Phone 372-8318 Gainesville 378-366O :-; (; __
Sales & Service Open 9 A :\f 1 12 P. M. Except i Transportation for any of these party also. I, MOVERS I SWILLIJM5

KNIiing l'iu, 'kl.. huntingPq1111Iieuit.hnt.i.Trshiers Sund.iy I programs;: will be arranged by I Sunday niaht! Int Fellowship Inc. 'I FARM: EtJII'MINTSanta: ;
IXC.NOBODY : : |" | I ;MILKS, : KAST: OKKKYSTONK 'a committee. Anyone needing was held at Mrs. J. I Long Distancelovlng; Neon Signs Inc.

FURL. OIL KRROSRNB: : ( : HKKillTS 11\ Idle, for Feb. :21! may call' Reed's home. TRUCK OMC CENTBRF : I I ,

.' I'NDKKSKLLS: Intersection Hwy 21-10O I :Mrs. ":Ion: at 473-4743. Friday. February 25. at 2 p. ON T I AC i Fe Tractor, Local Drayage I "Sign I'p With WiiIiuui"PLASTIC

CLAYTON; RKVKI.S": K..v toni. Heights. 47.1-4907: (ONK-1IALF:" MILE I The !Senior' Citizens. Club of' m. will be World Day of Prayer 220 N.W. 8th Ave. Qazneavtllp --NEON SIGNSSale.

OFF llIGII'.\ :301 I Bradford County will hold! a'' Service at Trinity Episcopal *72-2533 Inc. Storage Packing, Tutlng. .! --Service- -Malnten.n.e

USK1;} CAnS :159;) Acres, three-fourths Mirch: of Dimes'; variety show Church In Melro.se. Last weekI !Shipping Erections---Alteration*
11)50) N. Orange 'I I I CRANEL1NCOLN3IERCIRY I FORD "Your Designs or' Our1'272O .
chicken I
following a dinner
on said It would be the 5th. I
cleared ;) house out-
; -ruom
N.E.: 20th Way
let 19 H at the FREE ESTIMATES
) at p.m. high beg pardon for the error. Farm Tractors 4 Implements CALL
Green Cove Spring 2111-91111 hllildin .... Some; repair I Gainesville
Hanks school In Starke. !Donations, I
Used Cars Authorized Sales & Service\ Ford Industrial Machinery[
needed. (:I'O
and 3-T Shop cattle: land. $137.50: ; ) per acre. -i The I 1111 wtlml'np'o..n's. ; Phone! 3724251Crane's LANDROVKR: 4 Wheel Drive I I II

'Club\) will hold a benefit card Church Service I SALKS. PARTS, SERVICE & Storage, Inc. I _

Auto Sales & Service Buy Sell Trade S.E.McKay, Realtor pally'' on Keb. 22 at l:3O for Imports 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville. :S.I\10 X.K.V: .*I R benefit of the Heart Founda Volvo. (MercedeH-Benz)
Hlway 100. 8 ml. South KKYSTONK HBIOHTS I tion. I'I Baptist FIAT-HILLAIAN Phone 376-2343 I 372-4271 JOHNS- fANVILLE TILE:

SPRING MOTORS of Stark. Phone 473-4310 ('(UIII'SIT'II'IU1: ( First Baptist Rev J. D :MUSIC Vinyl Vinyl Asbtwtos-A! 2201 N. Main GaInesville
HEAITTY; SIIOI') The new sanctuary. l III the Bow en. pastor. ; Ralph Cope- Floor Finishing Products'
I Phone
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Holiday as the three. stained! glass Worship services : SundayIt LIPHAM MUSIC 2222 N.W. 6th St.

VOLKSWAGEN"If ; SHOP windows Christian and<1 American a. m 7:30: p. m. rtvtrserjoptnl. AUTO SALVAGE_Johnson & Paris, Inc. Co. Inc. I Gainesville 878-13O2

Restaurant flags communion service Wednesday. 7:30: p. m ,

Rtlilh: JuhiiHon Owner" Un,lpr New Ownership set. carpeting. and various Sunday School 9:43: a. m Paul's Auto SalvageWe Complete Line of I TRAVEL__
It's For A Volkswagen VAL LIPHAM
Personal (,IT. p.ARKnr.s other items.! Dr. Holt in commenting tnurs ry openl. Training Un-
We Have It." I Buy Wrecked" Care At SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZEKS- House of Travel,
& Creative Fin.. Food Moderately: "rleei" on these 21 gifts ion, 6:30: p m. [nursery open 1I i TOP PRICES !; PIAM: ORfJ \NS-llRVMS:' "
said the result of I INC.
Hair Styling OPKN 7 DAYS WKKKL.T they were
of Oood Used : I I All Make\ &: Model\ Used Inwdl'ldePe' SHPPM. Guitar anil I
Always Plenty Full!! Illnnvr T.imi'hei pniyers and conseciated work, -C'it'oIIeEL Amplifier AIRLINES!

Volkswagens! In Stock Individual, Bruutr CureKvery Al Is f'..rte-1 tail...ii Vonl lid I Hit- eLl iLl tog OomuuUt.TIs William Fr" Thomas .....rt.T..letype 'W Rtnt Fertilizer Spreader STEAMSHIP! !
: Form of Beauty Culture PIZZA l'IKM: SevIce-Wo! Will SHBKT M IV(1C R'
most grateful. Nineteen Kelly, priest inuharge; Mrs 224 NW' 8th Ave.

Green Cove Sprints. 281-9209 Open Tues.-Sat. 9-4; \ flEER other smaller Items are needed E. A. Lamm. oriraiiUt.Masses Find Any Fart Far T... PHONE 373-0471 41,10'1",1114, hopping| < ( heater lI..t"I..1! ('a1- R il"'''!
MondayKryfttnne \
1 Block North of Rml Light GaInesvIlle 378-4111:
to complete the furnish I : Sunday. 9:15:: a. m. I 341S! W University Ave.

Height .n'-1111111 KEYSTONT3 HEIGHTS ings. Arrangements may be Fiona :9 I to 6;30 p. m. each Sat I Ml N. Past Stock Yard I Gainesville, Fl&. I 37:':-:iJ3; I II Gainesville 3781601i'i

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,., Burns Staike. ciation to the many friends each and every one Tha

t, ."l. : : .. ,..........' .) Members of the Bradford and neighbors for the kind- Family.

1 .., ". .. ; .. ; ., County Library Board served! ness shown at the loss of our

ce ., ...: I't,'" :'''. .,!:t:....,.;.. refreshments beloved mother and loved one.

.' )' j ..". .,., :'io!;.i.. Our special thanks to Rev. nUt RIGHT rurai tot ow
r.rE, ; ;" .' CARD OF THANKSWe Merle Packham. Janet Hall way you writ C..oio la And

c :... .. _,< elect youi favorite KSTER/ :
t Ann Packham the Pallbearers j
I '. ".:. the family of Mrs. Lillian BROOK Fourtuin Pen. 1ELIC-
,',.. .. Rhoden Blackman wkly and DeWitt C. Jones
(In puhllfthlng the following: ..etlltorlul! based. on a true Incident I GR.U'H.
to express our sincere appre Funeral Home God bless you
The Telegraph fully realizes. that the fart. related are not / : -
representative of the large majority of our youth. That such Incidents .- ------ ----

do tx-rur\ however and In Increasing numbers. In. evidence of u : j I
I .
problem that. must. first be recognized In order to .seek a cure. .: "... '.. It.s 1 I JACKSONVILLE I
lustveek we illwiimpd. t the easy wvalluhlllty of pornographicniuterlul ., .' i.. .. I BUSINESS

on Home of our local nexvHHtamlH. This week uttenllun \ '' "
.:, :. .
Is turned to the uoreHKlhlllty of alcoholic heverugeH to our teenage .

population) "f.' :".." /T( ; ANTIQUES FURNITURE MTICIAN

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( .11 .-rAtl'K: ANTIQUES FERGUSON'S Bennett-Daly

.. I C AM6'f=.R Bought Sold Appraised I Opticians, Inc.
Where Do They Get It? I .'_. ., .. I Furniture -ChinaGlass MAPLE SHOP '.enses Duplicated Accuratelyand
FQy.uo\\I\ Silver Brass- Oil PaintingsOne
'-' -.. .' () I INTERIOR Promptly
slack white faced be i- ,. : Piece, or it House Full Only the! Finest In Quality
A lipped youth For /some reason!'( there /seems to a .

was supported on either !side' by two widespread misconception that beer (-K ''SotG '"' ; I DECORATOR triiil Prescription Ser\li'U
s SURE Ina Ward 28fit Dimil St.
scared looking boys of his own age in with an alcoholic contentof less *. .. ;'.1' i IVTDIDN'T', I Antiques SERVICE Jacksonville. 353-183S:

the shadows!' of the building. His face than three and two tenths per cent 1 ': : : 3572 St. Johns Ave. .
: Early American
was! pasty and his eyes stared blankly. can be legally sold to minors. Chapter ': :. \ SAY: Jacksonville 387-1379 5039 Timothy Lane I'ET: SI1O1'

He was painfully sick, his arms 562.11 of the Florida Statutes states : "

hanging loosely. The two boys started that "it is unlawful for any person, JsirA POGPATCH ':?1 I II Cull i'ollcrtAuto : Jacksonville KV 9-6002 TilE

hauling him toward a parked car. firm, or in the case of a corporation, t ; : Sales! & Service ,I Kongo Pet Shop

"Corne on, we got to get him out of the officers, agents and employees:' ,<. ', ImAIUS11); Poodles I ''' MultrsiI.lusat

here before we're really caught" one thereof, to sell, give, serve or permitto ... WESTSIDE i J For Best In Healing SueSONOTONE POODLE GROOMING
be served. ALCOHOLIC BEVKK- ,. .' I, Sweaters Collars, Tags.

naid. AGES, including wines and beer, to y I qs 11 r c: }r vdier.aa Volkswagen, Inc. Pet Supplies
a OF JU'KoIUS"U..1'! ': I'lith t ersDaily
The pasty' faced kid started] vomit- under ofage. i AUTHORIZED DEALER BI s- -
persona/ twenty-one years
& Sun. 10-0} P.M.
ing about halfway to the car. The ." l Sales. //C TX fartsService "The Strongest and Smallest (.1.1i1..Qed l Tuesday

other two stepped quickly away from The key phrase in this law is "alco- y / B....ly Shop Hearing Aid 1 In the Woild" 8939 Htxffng Rd. Normandle

him. He fell forward and lay there holic beverages, including wines' and SectionW.
Open 8 a.m.8pm.. Only ( 0. Hearing; Aid :Mini'
vomiting face down his legs drawnup beer Chapter 561.01 ((7)) defines!' S Sat.Closed Sunday Jacksonville!. 781-2800
under him. He lay there gaggingin p.m. 22 West Monroe
the term "alcoholic beverages" as including 1130 LANK: AVE SOUTH
f. 4 QMn1.pIa.i Jacksonville 353-1183&
the dark. "all beverages!' containingmore Phone Jacksonville 281-3141 1 PIANOS

This happened here in Bradford than one per cent of alcohol by =ti.,{ hy9 'vw r, t '4t, .a a HOBBY SHOP ALTERS PIANOS"Plano

County, here in Starke, at a teenage weight. Paragraph three of this same Parrish Motors

dance. The boys were local residentsand chapter defines "the term beer or the As Others See Us! FIELDSHOBBY Service<& Organ Center"Complete

the sick one was ill from mixing words 'malt beverage' as used in the t. Inc.A Kraukauer Custom-built

whiskey!' and beer. Nor is this an iso- beverage law, shall extend to and include SALESHKllVIfK SHOP, pianos since 1869.

lated example. Several l other youthswere all brewed beverages containing ryVvVV.V.VV1VVn.Y.n spent Monday with her parents sonville were Sunday visitors. : : ': :VOyI'.11TS "O Complete Line of P. A Starck & Jesse!

seen on this one night staggering Mr. and Mrs Carl Pre Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Bout & Airplane Builders Supplies French Pianos

around the building where the malt.Anyone convicted of selling beer or LAWTEYBy \ vatt.Mr. Mlcanopy were visiting his -Specializing! In Ra- MoslcPiano: Method
and Mrs. Maxie Reddish Mr and Mrs J. H dio Controlled Models
dance was being held. Nor is the any other alcoholic Leverage, to a minor parents 32 Years As A Dealer Collections, ClassicsAll
l4i and children of Raiford were Eunice and other datives. Always Good, Used Curt and Equipment Kinds of Used!", Pianos
dance responsible for the drinking. No can be imprisoned up to, i months Enza Bunchr4&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4!
dinner of Mr. MrsL. .
guests and Saturday. U21:! Laura St. JucksoIIIIIePhone & Organs
of these kids looked be or fined up to five hundrettf follars.! Open Evenings till 9 P.M.
one more M. McClellan Saturday Mr and :Mrs O J,. Boyctte 3,115-06:54: Low Bank Financing to
than 16 old. Teenage drinking! seems lo be increasing 602 So. Edgewood
years evening. Grandson Donald remained and children of' Valdosta Ga. 3 Years
!'! in this area despite the con- Church Activities! until Sunday.Mr. spent SatulJay1th: Mrs Jacksonville 388-fiiB2( 2153 Blending Blvd.
Admittedly these teen drinkersdo Automatic Transmission
age centrated efforts of law enforcement Grace Methodist: Sunday and Mrs Paul Smith of Boyett's mother, Mrs. Ed;! Jacksonville 388-8861
not represent a majority of county officers. Deputies of the Bradford School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 Burbank. Ohio and grandson Durban Automatic Men's & Boy's Wear

youths in their age group, and they County Sheriff's office along with of- a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Prayer Ricky were vislitng the Melson Rev. Edgar Wilkinson of PIANOS-ORGANSMaaon -'''''''' '
( lIality Clothes forI..n: and
nay be in the minority now. But their Circle Monday 9 a. m., MYF Prlvetts Sunday.Mrs. Hollister was Sunday dinner Transmissions &
ficers of the Police
City Department, Since 1919"Van
minority is growing.The Wednesday, 8 p. m. John Shuford and Mrs. guest of Mr and Mrs. Willie Boys; !' & Hamhn Pianos
are and have been doing everything Motor Exchange Heusen Stetson Hats
The Revival closed Sunday George Shuford and childrenwere Dobbs and children. Hammond Organs
sale of beer and other alcoholic within their power to keep the teen- afternoon after a week of Friday overnight guestsof Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo BIO DADDY WALT McGregor Gold Cup Sox Magnavox 'Organs

beverages to underage youths is an increasing agers and alcohol from getting together. good services. The messages Mr. and! Mrs. Joe Shufordand spent Monday with Mr. and Remanufactured Transmis- Complete FormalVur Rental "You Get A Good Deal At-

problem not only in this coun- But so many men can only do so brought by the several speakers :! family in St. Augustine.Mrs. Mrs. P. L. Dlnkins. sions Motors i

ty but. throughout this area as well. much and they are hampered in their will be remembered for a R. H. Futch and MIs. By Quality Craftsman I :Younq| fTlcn's Shop|i I|F. O. MILLER fjf

It would seem that beer, especially, is efforts by the apathy of far too many long time. Paul Smith spent Monday RegionalLibrary i 3383 W. Beaver S'. .TE......

much too easily obtained by those who parents. First Baptist: Sunday visiting in Jacksonville. Jacksonville.: 381-1035 I 310 :Main Corner Duval JV.r 11./I r,*. P,,.,,,. *-,,' .co.o/JoiJm'kHQinllle "'"
School 10 a. m. and Worship Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp Board Jacksonville
much too and immature to
Some don't
,j are young parents seem to care
11 a. m. and 7:30: p m., Train- of Jacksonville were visiting Met I
know how to handle it. much whether their sons and SundayThe CAMPERS
Ing; Union 6:30: Midweek serv- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pearce MOTOHCYCLfSHONDA;
daughters drink or not ; at least they ices Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Saturday.Mr. .
There are no accurate figures on how quarterly meeting of Cribbs
many county youths get tanked up, don't seem to care until their childrenare Church of God: Sunday and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs the Santa Fe Regional Library
mangled dead the roadway School 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. .and
lying children of
or on Cocoa spent Board was held at the Starke *
the weekends in this DeJ-Rey Campers
mostly on area,
or until they are called to come YPE Wednesday 7:30: Prayer the: weekend with Mr. and Library at 3 p. m. Sunday MOTORCYCLESAll Saw & Knife
but one has only to go around places down to get them out of jail. Then meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. Mrs. A. D. Dobbs. with E. C. Cann chairman Shasta Trailers I Models-Nothing Down SERVICEALL
where teenagers gather to see some Highland Baptist Sunday Merchants Green Stamps
: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rauler- presiding.
they care, but then it's! too late. Skamper Convertibles 8 AM.: to 7 P.M.MondayFriday OF SAWS
who have been drinking. They are not School 9:45: Worship 11 a. m. son visited their soninlawand Miss Beth Daane Regional Open TYPES

hard to spot. Whatever reasons or excuse a teen- and:! 7 p. m.. Prayer meeting daughter Mr. and Mrs Director announced that bids Trade*-Hunk Financing 5027 Broadway Ave.
age drunk might have, one thing 8 A.M.: to 6 P.M. 4-3181
Wednesday 7 Choir EV
p. m., John Broward in Jacksonville were soon to be let for the 5408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville
How do the minors get it? Simple. seems clear, the venerable razor strop, Service Saturday 7 p. m. Sunday. new city hall and library Saturday and Wednesday ,

They buy it. Some of them sometimes now only infrequently used and almost PERSONALS Visiting Mr. and Mrs Leon: building In Gainesville. She:! Jacksonville 388-9348\ CLOSED SUMJ\Y SfWnWIACIIINES(; :

steal it, but most of them buy it either fogotten, probably was a greater deterrent Cub Scouts den 6 Meet' at Wilkinson during the week presented an application fora MOTORS & CYCLES

themselves or with the help of some to youthful misbehavious! than the home of Mrs. Selma Nor- were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Low- federal salary giant for a CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg 4949 Blanding Blvd. SINGER AUT ZIGZAG
Jacksonville 771-8214 Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet
adult. all)) the laws ever written. ton each Wednesday after ery of Brooker. library scholarship In the
school. Boys Scout Club week Mrs. Bertice Sullivan of Santa Fe Region which was Sold New over $300

was observed by the Cubs: Jacksonville and daughterMrs. approved;! by the board. Chain ;MOVERS Bal. $72 or $5.00 Per Month

gathering clothes for Goodwill Richard Godert!! also of Mrs. Ida Cresap Chairman Saw Sales Ideal Sewing CenterALL

I John Barleycorn At SchoolA I Industries. Any other boys Jacksonville visited Mrs. D. of Personnel, led a discussionon I ACME MOVING MAKESNew

that would like to join are R. Redding Sunday. personnel requirements for II O M K L I T E & STORAGE and Used Machines
welcome.We .
Mrs. Clifton Prevatt and 1966-67. 848 Cassat Ave.
Harvard psychiatrist, Dr. Morris ing. :Makin' Chain Saws
are pleased to know that children. Sherry and Danellof Frank Watson reported on J.OCLWORLDWIDEi Jacksonville' 389-5071
Chafetz, says that schools should "Alcohol In! here to stay," he said Mrs. Lois Carter has recovered Gainesville were visiting plans for National Library SALES & SKKVICKParts : : i WIDE MOVING

teach students the technique of so- in behalf of his proposal. He might from a short illness and Is Mr. and Mrs Earl Prevatt Week April 1723. Plans for! I Jacksonville White Glove TRACK SEKVICE

cial drinking. The "course"!'! would have added that drunken driving appeared at home again after spendinga Sunday. Darrell Is spendingthe a meeting to be held In Gain and Repairs All "Makes" :Movers:

start at the elementary level and con- equally entrenched. Thus, while few days with her daughterand week with his grandparents. esville on Sunday April 17, are 1 Toro & Ya:.:oo Power MowersRt. Agt. Bekins Van Lines Co. RAY'S
son-in-law and M1'3.Leon
tinue through college. drive Mr. under way at which time library -
kids are being taught to they P. O. Box 267
The doctor's suggestion was made might as well be taught to drive while Starling.Mr. Mrs. Tommy Linzy and Miss standards for Florida 21 Middleburg 282-5050
with tongue in cheek and Mrs. Donald Gertie Faye Cruce of Gainesville will be the subject for discus Jacksonville 368-8558 Track Press Service
we assume, to drunk if such i is!' possible -which it
dramatize Knight and children of Jacksonville .spent the latter part of sion. This meeting will be Welding
drinking problem. We were visiting MrsKnight's the week with Mr. and Mrs. ELECTRIC'; ;MOTORS
to the
isn't.The open public and it Is \ MUSIC Used Bulldozers & Crawlers"We'll
unhesitatingly give him a high scoreas child should learn about liquorin / grandparents Mr. Frank Cruce and other rela- hoped that members of the

a jokesmith.But school, all right, about how its misuse and, Mrs. T. L. Wainwright tives. City Council. County Commissioners Peavy Brothers I Paulus Music Co. Keep 'em Beaver Rolling"7U7

if Dr. Chafetz wants to do the has! debilitating effects on mind and other relatives Sunday Eugene Taylor of Mtddle-;! Chamber of Com- Electric Co. W.
cause of full Visiting Mrs. Effie Miner burg .visitor of Bind & String Instruments Jacksonville 388-4621
nonsense justice, he and But learning drinking was a Sunday merce, Women's Clubs an1
body. by
should expand his plan. He should were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jonesof the Harry Wilkerson family. other civic organizations will ELECTRIC: : M01'ORSSoIJBf'rvlcedRepall'ed Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers

recommend that courses in social seem a plain invitation to trouble.Jacksonvi1le St. Augustine Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise have a. good repiesentatlon. School Supplles-.In..trucUon TUOl'ICAI FISH
They are former residents of in Ala. his Roberts Recorders
was OPP. visiting
drinking be tied in with driver train- Journal. Present at the meeting on Generators-StartersAlterations MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
Lawtey. Mrs. Betty Miner and father W. J. Wise who has recently Music Library- Expert
Sunday were E. C. Cann.
I! sons and:! their young friendAl undergone surgery but Repair Department
chairman, and Mrs. Mildred Armature Rewinding
V'VYYVVVVYYVVVV'yyy..'. Gainesville attended churchat Ins were dinner guests of Mr. Kempher of Jacksonville Is recovered and at home now. .11V.. Monroe St.
Strickler High Springs 1\Iri. 4044 Lenox Ave.
Bayless Hlway Sunday and:! and;! Mrs. Jerry Dyal Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Nell Andrews, Mrs. They went to help him celebrate \ : Jacksonville 355-8447 Complete Aquarium Supplies
Paul Rlherd. Mrs. Wilson Jacksonville 387-2528
Bayless was dinner guest of her son and Mrs. Loyd Padgettand Bobby Biggs and children of his 80th birthday anni- 3310 peach Blxl. Imported Fish All Specie
Hiway Rivers. Lake Butler: JamesBaITY
and daughter-in-law Mr. and daughter, Miss Annette Starke caJled on Sunday. versary at a family dinner giv- Jacksonville 398-3091!! CALL OR COME BY
Mrs. Harry Faulkner and Padgett were visiting Mr Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strick In his honor. About fifty relatives Newberry; Miss Beth I FA Blue SHOP( I Mon.-Sat. 10 a m to 6 pm.
By Mr.. Daane. Ida
2 to 6
family.Mr. Padgett's father J. W. Pad- land of Tampa, Mrs. Nathan were there to take partin IUSICIn"'trumenti'lMARVIN' Sunday pin.
Lilly Carter. Miss Elei
and Mrs. T. N. Norman gett in Gainesville Saturday Harrison: and family of Jack- the happy affair. BON MAR We Order Any Fish Available
Mardes Mr. and Mrs. Frank
and son Gerald and Mrs. Ru- night. sonville and Mrs. Evelyn Hen- Rev. and Mrs.\ C. L. Tyler of KAY'S 943 S. Edgewood Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Bivens and dolph Sapp and baby were Mrs. P. C. Dickens spent ry of Starke were' visiting Mr. Highland visited the Darley Watson Gainesville: Mrsl. A FABRIC SHOP Jacksonville 388.9404WES'rERN
children of R Norman :Mrs. J.V. Kln-
Jacksonville and visiting Mr. Norman's sister last week In Jacksonville with and Mrs. O. J. Anders during Bennett family Friday Mr. Music CenterFender
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Blown and brother-in-law. Mr. and her daughter Mrs. Carolyn the week and Mrs. Howard;! Thompsonand caid Mis lf.V. Cressler. Mrs Complete Line of STOKELITTLE .:
of H. C. Ritch, and Mrs. Edward & Vox Guitars
Worthington Gretaeh :
Springs were Mrs Homer Stearns In Tavares Kenamay and family Mrs I.. H. Harp of Starke daughter Linda of Jack-
dinner guests of Mr. and;! Mrs.J. over the weekend.Mrs. Mrs. George Hernendez underwent FABRICS NOTIONS King!! Hatten and Selmer DUDE
M. Dyer writing. McCall & Simplicity Patterns Band Instruments
Sunday. Other
George Alvarez entered surgery last week in TRAVEL AGENCYFor
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Ludwig Slingerland Rogers I Western Store
Alachua General Hospital! St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- 816 Casset Ave.
were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Tuesday and underwent eye sonville. She is recuperating mother, Mrs. Nlta Brown were Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Hanseatic Drums "Where You'll Find Every-

and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, and surgery on Wednesday. We all nicely at home. dinner guests of Mrs. Brown's CRUISES AIRLINER:: I SHU'S-HOTELS: JacksonvilleOpc'n Rentals & Repairs on ALL thing For the HorseEnthu.last"
son Joe Mrs. and family, Mr. and
Alton Dobbs ol daughter
are praying for a speedy recovery Mrs. M. J. Thomas was a BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN 9 A.M.: to 6 P.M.: 400 MAIN I ST.
Jacksonville and Mrs. Fred Mrs. James In Jacksonville Western Clothing Leather--
for her. 353-O933
surgical patient In the Medical;! Jacksonville
Haislop and Mrs. Inez Kellyof Sunday. goods Saddles and Trailers
Mrs. Carolyn Kenamay and Center In Gainesville last r
Starke. Mrs. Charles Crlbbs and 3U1f) FLOOR COVERING I Charles & Sharon Petty
children of Jacksonville. and week. We are glad to report' baby of Gainesville were MUSIC-SHEET 902 So. Edgewood Ave.
Mrs. Myra Faulkner of her mother Mrs. P. C. Dick- that she Is better at this of Mr. and
guests her parents
Jacksonville 384-1311)
604 Laura St. 336-6374 Travel Inc.
Mrs. Gordon Jones Monday. I

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH j i son Mrs.and Thul grandson man Jones of Lady and Looking for of Music WELL DRILLING

ESTABLISHED 1879 Lake spent from Tuesday to I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE better carpets? Church :MusicEducational PARTRIDGEWell

Thursday with her parents t'sit;
K. L. MATTHIW EDITOR AND Pu' .Li.H n Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman. '. 964.2600 m mal'd :Music Drilling Co.

N We extend our sympathy to'' ROCK A ARTESIAN WELLS

FLORIDA' OLD .T WCCKLV NEWSPAPER. PUILICHKO CON the family of William Thomas DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home H4 HOGAN, 010"0"' Musical Instruments Complete Electric Water

TINUOUM.V UNDER THa SAMK MACTHCAO who passed away last week. Repairs Systems
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director IRRIGATION
PU.LI.HIrD EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE were visiting Mr. and Mrs Starke, Fla. ",A. =Near" As Your )Ialtbo: ," FII\ FINANCING="

POST OFFICE. AT STARKK. FLA. UNDER AOT Or.. MARCH .. i.r.. Lee Flakes in Jacksonville PHONE 333-6131 220 W. Beaver St. 586O Hyde Grove Ave.
Saturday. RENTAL SERVICES JacksonvilleCall
IN THBJ TRADE AREA!: ONB!) YEAR 3.BO . SIX :MONTHS $2.00 Mr and: Mrs R. J. Crosby I Jacksonville3682 Collect 389-138

QUTSIDB TRAPS AREA ONTB TIUA ". O. . &rX MONTHS $2J> were visiting relatives in Hospital Beds, Wheel) Chairs, Crutches
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Jacksonville Sunday -mss

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