Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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U. of: Fla. Library 'History PKY LIBRARY

Gainesville Fla. 3264'1' .

Linking Rowell, Crosby, Sampson

I ii 3-sake Recreation Area Eyed By Board '5: r :+!i f loot +


A preliminary reporton recreational complex now in length. Width of the 1'IIht-: ton 5 ft 10 Inches I based on i m PI-< 2,.073 .ici es, Guj Hamilton! executive

conquered the ul-vvay has not been rieteimincd. \'- water level figures reported T.ie C0I111111>-I":1: is hopeful .-.c, alai v ot ''h' SuwanneiVallev -
a proposed() !!\ canal linkinir being : by > s%> kit,
Rowell and but would probably be lat month. t t''t:< slate tun I is tinlei the Auihorltv. has offered

I t < 'i-iisby; and Sampson Commission.Lakes already :from 100 to 150 feet. It K almost mil Haa. of the Bradfoi u ''W I lerieallon, bond is w will .1,'sKtani to the county In -Mi sS*

I lakes/ w ill be made to the Sampson are wholly owned by Hogan County Soil Coiueivali.m be iu.iil.ible tot de, elopnisMH dctci'minln* what recieationnl I ? ; iw
connected by a navigable Smith. See, ire reported recently to 01 the trl-luke( proiert Etu-li facilities could best be developed -
( Mull! .\ Commission\ by % ;
canal. :McMillan. : said! that, accord- the Commission that the water "aunty( inn( bOil( um) up to $35-: : and where they should bt t- / /4--

->Ul''eyOl'1.. G. :McMillanin \ : :McMillan: said he had completed ding to his estimates: connect- level In Crosby was 2.38 000 llnteie.st' I heel I ( I from this located. .w ,: 4tJ,. _ti. .. .. 'L k iP / ,, .s.llll .

I he board's March 1 lakes would lower Icet hlaher than In Sampson l irnrt.(' a member' of t the Commission Sampson Lake Is 1 1 reputed to
In the <
line of !! two ,
cen.fr .. .
a suivey \\ conlpli''lion' ol, .Hell ':"11..1.. lio.il. u'll' have ..ine, tl>
meet ulg.The the proposed canal which the level of Sampson 1.88 ft. McMillan: said theVat r said which should be be one of the best-balanced
I'll.tin: of Ih,,'" l.iKesie. \ < I '"I' M.irl.e," ,.mil neiei, "realluf" area
canal would form \v uld be 2.260 feet I approximately I- (approximately: : 22 i-.vhesl.: Mil-face In Crosby covers 550 Milfii-lent! fc- I the, development/ fishing lakes in this!! section

the Kcv' to a three-lake thiee-eliihts of a ml'elat 1 and rai-e ti-!, I'-vel' of ;Sampler ; acies while Unit of Sampson work planned. of Florida bill' lit iiieued| to I the {illlilli, '.


Official County Publication Establishes It 1879


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Start On 'Master Plan' K What Facilities Needed?

School Board Accepts r Fact Finding Group Civitans_Present Awards" _

1UIX. 'hind.. Lutball,' .....II.h I',.IMllursc, M>1H ,presented. till l-

uind l h j thi ('ivilini (t'lub'I'ulllul'' ', morning" "fur 1 ten jeitrH. "of

$290,000 In Bids Starts Juvenile ProbeThe ""lot 11.11'. 'ill I; leadership'' ill .ciliH-iitlmi, and athletic. *." l-'imtliall!

star" Mielie.t'' XHIIIT: It-It i' \ ) \\iis .presented u rlliit.inii. for ".'\-

CT. |>tionil; <.| ICIIKI;| | ," hrliu; I In- strongest' t <<<>nipt-tlti>r In the

at I Mil I I I*.. Annuls tniimdi' liv ('''llillI I'rtsliliiit -
i\tiKlil: |I"n>i niiii
AI special meeting! Friday night, the county ted bj the board at bcinjs formation (0I'a .> nu'mltor' Iu(1 I I finding committee ton- the commission, .sceklnx( :
.11.... Ti-mplf, (H|>li(>.
help In liMlini With the roun's
School Hoard accepted lowa bids totaling $290,000 from too high. Tile bid exceeded to in\'l'thatl'i : the I'ounlv'inxenilo( t dolinquen- ( -

Jacksonville" constructioniexecution company for additions and I the estimated cost of the Improvements i-y problem n." ;aniuunu-od NVedni'sday( ( t by> County !: ;I )\ hu'renslg: juvenile prob-

of and exi school facilities.I I [ by :some 30000. ( iinimis.sion" ; Cliairnuui Jerome Johns.: ( m
new sting \. The bills all\ five I I I Reddish told the commissioners
:S'-hoo; Superintendent' Tom I of bidding TuiI'tininiitlee! will hold its ___________ Stolen Safe Nets Thieves Only
contractors, including II.un: Hint the luvenll\
I uaiii/nlionnl iiieetinii tot -
CJ..SPV lid construction on <"ii : 'l11milll\.1
| 'ley Junior High School, & Harris on four alternate, Johns ad ,':1.1 tin- ('' \ problem< I U II1l"'PIISiI1'1'llpl' tin projects' t.s expected to be- I and a low bid of $110000 for I projects spray glaze" coning' ni'dit I ITIiin-davl I t at.t the B iII in ivill, look into the, .luvcnllf. ltll"j i' und it's Kolnu to have to belac
ginvithin' 1ft>.w weeks. courtroom of coiin- At Bradford Co.
: 1 construction\ and renovation for interior wally laminated 1 llitics the (county now hits to ( Other bi projects nt Southside. Elemen- plastic coating:, highly reHis- dtdinln'( If iinv, other I IK'ill- : given to pieventile" tvpejiiinms. I
nI l the construction In making the jnnnittuomrnl -
ijoct. < \
pi I turv School. The low bid. tant carpeting/ and tinted' lies are" needed, I | ( (! ." The deputy, pointed -
01 an addition, to a junior! J. C. Wilkinson Johns ald( the purposeil i .\ brenk-ln lit the Kridlniil''' [fi III>iiriK" a rear dour The Brad-
submitted Harris & glass for windows at Anderson In lo'iaiiin the rommlttreJnlins \ out that of thetrines
wove by in.inv
I I ,
hii'h[ s h ',01 exceeded cost ex- the", committee will bi, to | I Engineering 1 I'oVetlnesd' ,.,iv [find' \ roiinlv. Sheiiffs Office I is
Harris. Construction Company Junior High\ were rejected has followed, Ihrouuli I \ being .mmllle(1 by
pi' ration-- and were., i ejected I To Make Race ImcstiK.iti1: and unllvr fnvtsi night in-eiiilv" Thursday! .. menuInjr. ,un'r.hg. i IllIlg.Auto .
of Jacksonville.. by the board, as too high. on a sub"(""tine hi-.. mule: lit n \ountt.steis< mosilv, In the 12-
b; 'he board. ( OiiLeinliifie' !: juvinle pi oh- I'Vb 17, neltotl( n 11"\"" \
: fn rejecting' the bids the board/ i'(cul I\w'Un.( of the county\ 15 age group :lire\ felonies tIp
A third low bid of $100,000 l (
The build eeptucl, a lo\v ; lem that <'xlstin I t tinunnm" \vcoikiiiK. Ihh'l"IInly it ,.sm.ill, ,
'1 indicated, the alternate projects For Legislature "mlllh i : 'tint (on Janinry 25. nlso called nttenlion to the Tag Sale
bid of J1SOOOO, tar ,renovation nlso' from Harris A Harris on mid to dHeimlni'! us fur,, n 'finiiiinit' of "cash I'm.., his. tiitn-< ,,
ol existing facilities und con- improvements, at Anderson II would be dropped.The l ot.-lblc'.'. what (inn he done to At that mi'ellnu. Deputy piei.cnt situation! nt the couiitv and, troiibU<*. 1
I Lawtey Junior High jail where luvrnlle.s are Starts March
announced (
.truction of an addition, itt Junior High School was!! re- / Jamc.s. CVlIkln on I alleviate the situation( Also. Ucilph H 'ildisli' \ appeared: be- I A ftmnll: safe. ,eont ilnlnfi I
project consists of seven new today his candidacy held alone with adult offenders -
-I classrooms I only nboiil $ H> In (cash, VMIS', Local motorists are r?minded -
administrative offices for the Florida House of because the ,county hm on
/ a library, and remodeling Representatives, representing: I. separate' Juvenile shelter facilities. hauled'; mil of the binliliiip' ( !' !:. that 100(5( auto license

Doctors Hospital of the existing cafetoiia | Bradford and Clay Counties Cronkhite Resigns As Manager I upended' / and, the Iml.toiil. l prii'il,I "plates will not no on sale until
facilities into I of.| A coUo n a cafeterium
subject to the Democratic pil- Johns' iiK e.st! d the forma March 1.
orileo was also\ -
_Vlth_ the add141ua-uf a stage. In\ MayA : lion of fin Investigative corn. ,
I mary Last yrai' the' could bepurchased
The I i I but tin money" box< u'.i'ietnpf : tajjs
new facilities as well as 1 native of Clay County. Of Starke State Farmers: r I mlltee At the special meeting: '.
the newly constructed classrooms Wilkinson attended Clay /| mid rprommcnded it attain a t .\ starting February'
I To Close March will be air conditioned.' I Awarding' to IIIV'sll/'allll// ; / I 1. but under:! the, plan n'w' In
II County schools! and /! the retiulnr! meeting of the .
Casey said the 'board plans. Sltet" 'Ifr's fepuliiM' lol/ili) / Reddish '- effect in Florida tags me
University!' of Flo'Idawith 'ol1lml slon (01'ru'sdav.
from the The BuHford! County' Stale Market'I t-runty on -
to give un a bid basis, the I nod Koliclt: Alyrlclt l tin purchased for a period (of
d In Agil- lo ,
a B ;Ki-ee F'R..mel'll'ket. ; Commlltee \\ lint The other
of / : lnolH' used I In / (the snipIwo months Instead of an actual l
Dr Calvin J Houpt. o Thi automatically set"
two story Lawtey Junior I July/ bars) niu s'rrw I "'Iv- year
pametli( iimcon. announced(\ Medical Association, and a -'I.I'h11 ufolhlwrd the KOIf'llnVnl' was avieed.
with W O Whittle Chief ofFlol'ld
/ High building, which has been er, and n ten pound. stodgy,,/ the dale that they will go on
that will\ elope past president! of the American bv two years' rmplovment I
day ne
yritut; .\ State Mark-t5 to pick The newly formed committee -
condemned i hammer" vvero t'oiind,, tin tin1 sale forward one more month
D.n-toi, Hospital( here on Academy of Osteopathic with the U S. De- .
: /n successor, to Phl'lp Cronk- will Invpftttante the ..luvenile -
I each
The year
Soiithalde Klcmentnryproject 1I"OIm"" holiind thv I Itinlilinj'ne.ir / '
;Matli 1 and:! move his piacac Surgeons. : Pflitment' of Aurlriiltuie Mar lilte. who leslunel' as!' mnnniter situation( In the county tal|
: to(, Ap i ''At In ola. In commenting on his move ]I consists of seven classrooms kPtliut; ;! Service und nine years/ of the Htn ke miiket:, rilicilu!, ( ,. (Jelernilne Its extent, 1111.1| formulate : the /gutted ,,"I" '. 'I'lie The 1lf15! plates Hcttliillv
::! but
Th ,I' happened very to Apalachicola Dr Houpt:' rest room facilities! for i with the Claines-llle! I IQali) February" 28.Clonkhlte. rpconimendntlons on tools lull. born( stolen from. .1 expire! on February 28.
faculty and, students, and the hilly be u(ed. legally through:
,.uddelD'\ lloiiiit; iail said. "Thers, are only two : I Firs ni puuhaslng allont'l, said In-, I lesl-uei I what ran bp done to correct nearby .toil shod, "
air conditioning of new and April :20! which Is< the hut day
''Ri -cully I received an offer small huupitals In that 81 ea. I I assistant mannuer.: and man-! 'the problem.Commltlec.
existing buildings. tolc'cpt/ u br't'-i-p.r: /Kbns I I'nl"I"; ho( Nnrlli ClHM-rv ut( the Ifiid( renewal period.
w n,-h I ''"mid not very well which serve four counties, and I aiera He I U presently self-em-I!
I Casey said plans for the general nianurot, : Pu'u> >, ,< members, me- St et'l h"I.lillV", '"' fanned. liy
tu dawn!1 I leave Starke I will have more time to denote 'ployed In timber and beef ,
,. ''
Anderson Junior High' project Quick: Trcezft sim.i c Dooiue Pierre( lociil" attorney!
with nun'i'' i I' ,wets, as in th" to surgery"Il ; I ptnducllon. | .
originally consisted, locates onVI. t Heiv11
; of constructing -
15: 'vpn." T have I practiced an air conditioned Wilkinson is 37 years 01.1] j jKe 111 Jacksonville He i n' edi i \ and county prospciilor; Jim '..;0 .

here I hlmade" many ()"">l>ir.\l. TKI'STKKS; : addition of three, classiooms." and his: wife. Jo; theirsalt that the commute oirrj..,,; j Temple. Ji. HlHh principal)>

irlend-) ) I-.LKCT orri<'ir.s; : Curt. 6.; nnd d.iUK'itersMiiccy hu nellve with group 'outh,. Dr
and make decision and / c
a library mr a
I ,i'ved '
C onknlli nn.' s asnunajiei
TIe P' t Doctors Itos- T. H. Sladc was elected the existing school buildings J- / 5, 811 pn. 4.; and someone here us( munuer:
pita) 1 halo-bed facility, with chairman of the Board of I Cnthv. 2, I'c.ll at Clay! Hill the local mark't by !Monday ( ) ,01)I i i Starke inai t : T A. Yawn countvtildse.

:amplo' I et Tif! orlilnilU I near Illithland. in Clay County ket tin.., in Hi-' ill in t Ito vears Joseph D.irko. FloridaShttr "i 05
Trustees of Bradford' County The Superintendent I indicated ; Tn a letter ill! I ip-l::n.itl 1.1 tiCommi
n (tr i pital had 14 beds, Hospital! at the regular board )i that it would he too expensive He In a member of llv ', 'Munei 01 1 A '11t"ulII:'(' n mln lie.u" .1 i 'mi. toil,) t Payne. Penitentiary Robert ; .. fr
bin 'ua: tm n down several! : Baptist Church Masons Elks.Cnttlemen's he has Williams) Investigator! Fioi-, '
meeting: Monday Feb. H. S to /air condition the present I II"yl">( l>- Conner, C'roukhilu: said: : Ai.i DUI'II1K111\ < tune R
ei s a0; 'tollrmmu( condemn K. Spniki. was elected vice buildings .und said that it Aisoclation." farmliuieau. It ha> been a :Cal! pirasurobPlnit '(, been.' Instrumental In several I IFromjllon.s Ida Stnte Penitentiary ;: DJlph

nilun pi '>< "i"dint's! for the ("clmirm. IIndIrs.. Inez was on this pmt of the pro and PTA. a )iwrt of vow team and :: In not than cities Reddish deputy h-ilff Bill',' s

i'ht t;:' of-v i- ol: U S Highway' Green !secrctaiy-tteasurer. ject that the bids exceeded, Wilkinson l.s! a strong a:Ivo- I have thorouwh'v' enjoyed m;' i| that have resulted in nationwide I I Ros.ser. city police( chief:: Call'I i

;-iOl t the original cost estimates. j I ate,' of Home Rule for euun- '' puMtlon heie. 'lir-ie conies! ,sl;, publicity for Uiadfoid Darken Keystone heights /

Dr Houpt said that his I son< HI'.I\I\a: ; H.MM: Following inflne discussion : lic.s. quality e 'uc tlon. fair'' lime wh"n one r1)I i->t think of i iII County tI'dwberrlcK I Pali'Ida Spenijlei! Olrl Scout

In law Di V W Strickland.n of this. and related factors I representation for /ill. full value | ," personal .IIII In life. I Cronkhite said that IIP and I counselor. Albeit MCICPI teacher ,_ df Rey 'Si
-. ., associated with A Rummage Sale sponsored, to the tnxpuver for h.i tax Rev. D Ij RIIIDePa
been ( ;
na the board I Instructed. architect ( : I' feel' that for thii i ,'a-[ >on and his family will continue:: to''
him in prat.Hi<::1' hnre. will also bv the Oradfoid High; School'' Don ;Morgan" to rework, r'nllar. development' of oj'. my family's w&f: -wr", I (.nnnottiun II. e in 6tal ke. where they | lor. Pine Le.el Baptl
:Mrs.Houpt Bind will be held Saturday counties' I'p.sourl'e111/ Ih' Church and Bill Payne. ie
to :
move Apalachicola /
the Anderson project regarding down' thevvonleriul: opiioitiinlty own a home and he will f'om-I
Stricklandwill Fcb 26, starting at 8:30: am cnistlnued: inipinvemenl of our\ putter Bradford Count- Tele
and hh.
thai has! been offered in Jacksonville l
changes In plans and apeI ( ,, mute to ills Joo .
remain in Staike! until the at the old City f'llIlMel t late highways; he said 1 In hisinoiineennrnt > graph. r rs ,v v1
Market. Brownlee St. I Continued on Page Twol me. I
school on .-I:
erd of the present -


15 Dr years Houpt ago. '; "eame(torn to Daytona Staike Juvenile Case Load} Shows Big IncreaseThe

Beach H.h I is president-rlect!'!

recent sentencing of I i with burglaries In this uea ni"ii than one youth was involved (lie.. |/,11,1.-, |, | I > .Sllppoll'/, thru l tint,, MMI..' Of t this, nuiiilierI'jiii bound over tu t, iii'chit: roastseven '
two more local youths to j I Both lltyunt, and 1'olk have in t tile .s.iino xifenseand /pointHie, I I'Ihuc of 5nnrtyto \ueie" 'hound l over, tin. trial I youths on felony ehatges -

terms in the Florida State long juvenile record; both H few yinithi have. iiciiineil | '"- ,luh.ibilil. ilellnqiienl, in I 111,,' |IIIH| .,r I limits' 1 Another. Two. Polk and Bryant,

BasketballTournament I Penitentiary has focused\ attention have appeared in Juvenile "ii-eoi'ls, rilmost .in, Inch ind' on full' ('II' il I .tiluie, li> dis- 'loin" wi'. 'e. ii h"'II i '1"II'" \' lines were, sentence.I, bv, Judge' Put Tom Edwards Shows Grand ChampAt

on Bradford County's, omt numerous!! times on HIM'k, lint. including the ofIIIML rhnige" llieu" ,. I n"
I Increasing juvenile problem.A charged' ranging from lr u"n".v I,, -- iintiiitteil i by "it'peat- lllell, "illlMienIII ( /loulJ'J"' ':: plobh-lll, "I- gnnvl' | ch.-ujji'd with breaking

few days prior to the to petty larceny to caking i-K.' the.. luiordu, Indicate a t(! 'adllo'I. '
:sentencing of the youths on and cnteiing. : :Hlt-adv.. inrret, In otfenxeHloinmittod ,lej'oi'U show ,some 76 : In the f'Ollntjull and' cenv. me "iiirrt'ntly under pie" North Florida Show And Sale

:Starling:: TonightThursday felony charges. Deputy Uolph 1 In sentencing; the two by juveniles. Of- ,, VulilhH uppi..nod., before Judge ; hole alHo, the mimes of Home 1 arnteme, inve.stiKution: onfeiednt .

Reddish had appeared< beforea youths, Judge Patten took notice luusi-4 such as petty theft, I| Yawn in JiiM'iillo/ Court Fit: ai'cis I4-veai-old IHHIIUI Airtiit. sl,-('which wa'
( ) special meeting of toe County : :, of the increasing Juvenile vandalism<' and, breaking and I II J5. Of I hi I i number. about 111u 'OIK(''. The lull's Juvenile log 1 and /another, youthcluirgcd Tom

Commission seekingosMUt: problem a.iylji, ". matters I ('ntlHll1g. ...ie depc'ideni' cases and .shims, a total "if HI youths, '' in connection, with a Starke Chapter, FFA member declared( the, Oiaiul> Champion'

IN' I5US (;JV.AI:\ ance In dealingwith the roun- I have reached such a state | This InertMse' Is by no means, not ilullnqi" 'its. Several more running in age from. 7 to Ifi i December( dhiioling incident showed Hie yum I champion "I'f the :show over 108 'iteeisliiini

-y'.. juvenile situation. J here In this! county and in this' limited, to Hradtonl, ,I bounty. were "repeater' Hut even so and Including II females were, Is also J under, ,pre-senlene( inveNt ,>teei, in the 12tli/ aniiunl North. all Floud.1

Reddish told the (, town that this court;' can no The uteady rise In the nurnbej-i, thiil a you Iii nppearti In Juvu-.. hold l in lit"I i oiintv J'iil/ during, igation The rer0rds" show ploild.i livestock Show and The, tw I n boys have the

Firi.t t (Game; : Orange; sioners that the longer just: overlook the. crlm- of Juvenile! offenses has been'' nlle court awes, than once dues I ItiUI!' 1 nnd '))il n. About S.I; percent some of these youths, to bi Sole, In Madison" Monday I benefit{ ot an excellent and

crimes Is ol1mIS-// ., that committed filet, that In most Tutu the son of :Mr and rxpwleivert, tutor In beef cattle .
juvenile s are being the snbjei of numeious/ FBI ,lI>alter! the ol these youths, but not "lepi'atPis. who have apppai-:
(Park (Fernandina
vs. md thnt facilities of the wholesale by the jouths in the'' U nil :Mis' :Ma. m ice Edwards Jr. pniclii.-tlon Thel- fl.,the,
> : icpoiti published during 4,4 ief, "44< jppeaianie'/ ) M for were delinquents Theothoi.s ed 1 in ju'enllelllI't morn"
inadequate I! this They have last, live the And each] of.' won with a 1 000 pound black: l,, Maurice Jr.. a former outstanding -
7-50:: P.M.: ty jail are tot i community. I years' showing/ another otfunse. WHIP' mostly 'niniiwH.v than on"" :'
handle the extra. load. The shown an utter. contempt overall Increase, / In Juvinilecrinii'S I tense, l I"i< iu.iMes the overall, children who because of the In conneition with these Angus which( Mild Wednesdaylor I Uradford HI 'h

juvenile problem Is growing, | lor law and order," the Judge |;: ucio.sa, the nation. ,I number ol Juvenile violations.Of lack, of better facilities the figures' the County Judge<: |I 85c per pound" School BFA member, pioclured -

he. added, saying that most of added. I The! \reports: show thin .!u\'e-I tint tulii, of 76 youths up- county is forced to hold' In rrnphasixes that most of the' The Bradford County farm many wlnnlnx steei

his time Is spent on It. I Juvenile Court records for nile crime is growing at un I j peurlng' : In 1B5! ; some I 18 were jiiil until they can be "returned youths in Bradford< County ,, boy recently showej the R-- His honors Included ho\\iti-

This Space Contributed Two juveniles William the last four years while alarming( :' rule" nationally. Attacks bound o\er from juvenile to their homes are good citizens. The majority serve Champion of the FFA the IH8! FFA" Champion at

Bryant 13, and Charles Polk. | sometimes Incomplete tend to on police officers and roust for, trial In ,county or''' In speaking/ the ,county .! should not be Judged by Division at the Florida State I the OC'allFIt Stock Show and

Weekly to Publicize 16. were sentenced February show a noticeable rise In the disrespect for authority !have1become : I circuit con it dome of them [ commission last month. Deputy the actions of an unfortunate Fair In Tampa. That steer 'I I ,sold the prize animal foi the.

3 by Circuit Judge George Ls' number of offenses committedby < more the rule than for trnf i< violations such a* I I RedtlMh said that eight! minority he "'1101. was purchased. by Morrison's I' at that !time, whopping) sum

Community Events by Patten to concurrent prison I juveniles. The names of i the exception. unlawful speed and reckless. ) youthful offenders were lodged : That such a minority exists, I! Cafeteria for 60c per pound of $1.300 to Starkes own

terms of six months to five/ several youths appear again |, Many of the country's leading driving. In the county jail at that however cannot he denied. As Younger. brother Zack Just Oeoree Kopelomos. owner 01!

The Community years after pleading guilty to I and again In the records, each i! / law enforcement officers The records also show that time. Deputy Reddish pointed out to II 10 years old, outdid Tom at the Garden Restaurant Thei

State Bank several charges of breaking time In connection with a new blame I the rising juvenile dome 13 ra.ses. were heard In In Dm'em her of 1H >5 nnd' tho county commission last the. State Fair, however by i Ocala show then was ono 01

and entering In connection I offense or crime In some cases )I cilnie late on the, failure of1' juvenile 0'11'1' In J-inuii'' of C January of W! .Jii'l;;::e Yawn 'C::"" t'Mntif! i On Pave! T"'n! taking top honors nt the the blss: st in the )>tateJulien :

Tmpl! .hoin, with.. 3 itnn


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'II"H"\V run) et. !

TWO n..nRf' l'/IT1YTV T.If4Ute"'n: : N'1'\RHN' ':,, 'IA'RII'A

week. "Juve be necessary to have a
Mrs. R J. Uowllng und Mrs. of the fall school term. I County: Next local act authorizing
Mrs. N. L Woodburn visited Three Tenants the
son-in-jaw Gene Long spent the weekend The cost of the construction nile Shelter") "
# tier! and daughter.Mr. /
I Qc' / and Mrs. Keith Reeves, in Lakeland with Mr.' and Mrs.R. Move Into and renovation projectsat
alt three schools originally Treasurer
and son in Winter Park last M. Lee and family. Starke Plaza was City .
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell estimated at $312,000, |\ '111t! COi.VI'V: .11 Iiee'N;
Wednesday to Sunday. Would Require ('01"1"\1 AMI 1"0'11111\1".
Frank Blake of Raleigh N. and daughter Mrs. Johnny \ a,, Iti Three new office spices: in which i lit being financed throughrace I'MIKII fOITV.. Irt.nlelnl.

GLADYS MOOTY C. has rented the Klncald Johnson, were lit Fort Jackson stark.Plaza on W. Madison track revenue certificates. Charter ChangeThe i> rnun.t'rn.

Phone 964-0651 Walnut] ; Columbia, S. C. over the r Si will be occupied starting The construction proje.tsunde.rway. I BST:'! .\TB OS1-: .
apartment on N. ;: Starke cannot ;q.WTo.'I: 1'1\1\ .n-o.\: VIA" ,.
Street. He is the! new manngei weekend visiting Pvt. John- ',i ,next week.Nalwy's. as well as tho..eplanned City of of citytreasurer \ 'ii'''M'II ued'
are part of a $1." create a new position TO
son. i Flowers I formerly : Yo'1'It'n 1'HKUI'IYIHAll *
of Big Dad Manufacturing
million master plan for the without a chance li> prucllti'rH, of HiWBWTON ,- -I" ,,
Mrs W E Middleton: and Mr. and Mrs. II E. Smith.Mrs. Co. Inc. Dr. Joseph L. Fox of Gulf- :, 51 C h Peyton Florist] I Is moving I I special act of TH<>Kll-Nli== ,"Ir'asNll i

Miss MadKe Middleton visited I Dolly Smith Miss Loulso Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of port, MI II. was Saturday afternoon -: 1's from Its location on S. rebuilding of the county'sschool Its charter by accordIng .. are hereby! notlli..:, ,| I I

Mrs. J A. Budd Jr. in Jack- Guess and Miss Rosalie Ouess East Palatka spent the weekend visitor of Mrs. L. A i iDllVlH. t, Thompson St. to 444H W. system which was recently the State Legislature': Oeol'IPPierce. "rtiiilriil| Ud'nlnnda I file any' .'lu, ,,n,,"
I IA approved by the board. to City Attorney which they mni i
onvllle Tuesday.Mr of Wllllston were Sunday I with Mr. and Mrs Herbert / I ,j y Madison St. The business iseperatrd H"nlnt said' ''."lullIn, 'n,".
and Mrs. Thomas T. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mal'cJackson. Thomas They visited Mr and :\fl'lnd/ Mrs .1. W. Rltch bY Mrs.' George W. tine nf' the ,Coiintv .,.hniKHrailforrl ,, .

Long Jr. of New York City I Mrs. E. C. Harden In Wewahitchlca hud /as Sunday guests! l lIt/ their FvP Roberts Jr. Juvenile Cases At a stormy ineetlnit last ('nll n'\I.; !Pirn' "1,1, ,
Ke Lake, Mr I I M. D. the I .. nurthollMe nt Stark'I, |
.pent Sunday to Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns I and Mrs Irene Roberts home on Santa / I Erma's Beauty Shop operate week! the city's auditor hlii, within .nix ,iuli.nclairrniii '.

t u 1 and Mrs. Long Sr.Mr went through the Ostlmor: in Panama City on Fil- and :Mrs. Floyd Hitch of Ga.s-1 ; by Mrs. J. T. Pollard! I is On Increase Womack Jr. of Jacksonville. the ,dale. nrllrallon 111.. fleet, r""

and Mrs. Qarl Mathews Clinic in New' Orleans La. last I tonlii. N. C'. :Mr. and Mrs. Snn-l moving from Its location on recommended that the city' ... "f thin. noel.... L ,I
clay.Mr. Mr I +, tiensmer .In I lln or" ,deiniinclurltlnK swat, I I"
attended the funeral of their week. and Mrs. Charles Fields ford" Bitch of F 3 Ciut: St. to th- new build-: I employ a full-time i and! must gnu'".

( 'tvnddaughter. Mrs. Dennis Mrs. Al Hartmann returnedlast I and family of Jacksonvillewere and :Mrs. Tommy Johns and I nu in Starke PlazA. anJ: the Continued From Page One I to Implement] irnstic changes |,lnr.. lit IfsMi'lli-i.. n..1 ,p.,..-,

Mathews In Palatka Sunday Friday from the University visiting; their mothers. son M.icclpnny.: and :Mrs! : t ihird new tenant is Selective ]I month many of the youthful in Its nccountiiiB system. l lixHililrcHH i, "I ,Ii',... I n .
,, ,
L. Davis :Mrs. Daisy Perry-I i on the and "muitt. h.! < r wilulinunl too "I' 1
afternoon Medical Center where she :Mrs O. W. White Sr. and A. .Seivicp Local Board No. 18.1 ofenders HIP, in the lt-16 age/ When questioned his agent ""\ Ins "

Mrs Ruth Frazier and Miss had been confined for two Mrs. J. H. Fields on Sunday. man. and Miss Lillian Stumps I i which Is moving\ its I IIrom bracket aM the cilmi'-i) Iht'.v'' Middleton attended second hip I of Starke. ]I ] tie the charter the city clerk n. .-,.1"11"11'| t.. .law. .
Madije weeks following a Mrs. L. A.1'rCoY': of Char- W Call] St. adjoining are rommlttmir! irr: felonies.tThis :

the Alpha Delta] Kappa lunch- operation.Mr. tote, N. C. is visiting! Mrs. W. :Mss :Mamie Anderson and .Il'al't'z' Store to Staikj: Plaza ,,ls') skives, as city treasurer,, Adrninlpti rcroKNK:,, ,:., ",stl.t11 I i ,

eon-meeting,, at Sear's Buck- and Mrs. George Hug- 0 Halle for several] days. :Mrs.: P. E. Stone of Srhwabl Archer I H. W. BennettAnnounces i' ( Is the liist\ in a seriesof I I I tax n nie.Ji. and tax collectorIn tiiti' of Nt'W I I"'ii i

.1 i leer Room in Jaclcsonvllle Kim and twins visited Mrs Mr. and Mrs Alvin Farr and Miss Anna Ruth I Other new tenants !in articles dealing with the order to create a new lnn'l. "-...-ae, il I

Saturday. Louise Jeffords In High and daughter. Carol and Mis. of :Merrltt:. Island]/ were week I Starke Plaza are Dr. Harry ;I, juvenile problem' In Bradford position ol cltv treasurer, it .M II .1 I ;

Mi and Mrs. A. O. Loudon Springs Sunday afternoon. Wayne Farr visited Pvt. Farr Da-'is : : I I burn, and Plaza Barber Ship I I

were in St. Petersburg this Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch- at Fort Bennlng, Ga. over the I who moved into their new

'r'' .cklUending the Merle inns visited Mr. and Mrs R weekend. Schwnb:Mr. andIrs.of !Merritt: !Edward:Island.l For School Post I building sevel'al'E'eks ago.i t. //f Cosfs So Little To i

Nurman Make-up School.Mi A. Green In Rustls' Sunday. Attending the nnnunl meetIng i
weekend. with MrsMyrtle
Francis Stone of Mrs. Owen Vaughn of Halltrh of the Clay County Public spent Anderson. 11. W. (Buster) Bennett of School Board So Much!
: Sew
Kinit:.''and, Ga. .Is visiting Mr. "\ N. C. has been visitingMr. Health Nursing Advisory :Mr. and :Mrs E. Mathews: Lnwtey announced )"Urdn\;

and :Mrs: Dave Paulk. : and :Mrs: James Starlingand Council Tuesday night, lo eb. the 40lh Pageantand that he will be a candidate Bids .
I I Mrs. IIIPZ Kelly for two 13, at Mlddlebiirg were: :Mrs.J. Coronation Ball of Ye for School Board, District 1Lnwtey Accepts

'. wet'ks. E. Hitchcock( Mrs. 1*. O. ( ), county-ut-l.iigo in
Mystic"Revellers in. the Jacksonville II
[I Mrs Maude Strickland of fo'f'los.h'1O.: Claire Knight : the :May primaries.Mr. I Continued From Page One)
Coliseum Friday night.
Wildwood.] CV.. Bpa Jey Mrs. Cula Coran, Mrs. ArlonMcKnlglit Bennett is 38 years old, ',
Jim Hooil and Billy Ciiaon' Mentions to bring It into line .
''If Gainesville Mrs. Ella (mil :Mrs Joyce I Bradford
u native of County
of Palatka" were Saturday with! the original cost estimate. tee/
Moody of Green Cove Springs, Riherd.,! of :Mr.' /and :Mrs W. K. and' u graduate of Bradford w
guests l
and Mrs. Pearl Colson of :Mr. and :Mrs. K. C. Dukes I < High School. he i.-i also School .
: Howling and.' family. Casey, added that new bid Brooker !spent the! weekend were visiting relatives In Palmetto Trustee District< 1, a member Q(
Mr. and :Mrs. Ray Uoldwire on the lewoiked Anderson : -re
Y vltli\ thi'ir sistfrs. :Mrs W. H over tho weekend Islands of the Baptist Church' und pl'Oject :
Hart and Mrs. Edith Christ- I>r. A. J. Barry was host of Snake Key Bahama Lnwtey, PTA. would probably be requested -
] spent the weekend with 1 within, a few weeks, \
to nine
lan<('n. boys from his B.iptlat .
Mr. Bennett resides at Law- }
an.1II's.: Gilbert: Goldwire. -
:Sir In other action Friday night
)Intermediate B School
Lloyd OildiT if !St Simons Sunday tey with his wife, the former
the board
: Ja11
Island Ga was visiting his class at a steak dinner Frl- Local admittances to Bradford :Murycille Dnrley and their r riexl

pArl'nt.s11': nti-1, Mrs. R... H lily night at his home on Bos- Hospital this two children Joey and Nancy Took a lengthy look: at the

OrMer.:! III..t'plc.. Merle! Grld- son t Ron I before the BITS County >school transportation. system
.L I basketball. Knme.Attending week inrlurleIrs.: : Kathy and decided to discuss it fur- ':
i 1'1'i of Fernimrilna joined Smith and Homer Green of Mr. and :Mrs.: Comer Ferryman ther at the ,
regular meeting.n
the Broadway
the for, the weekendMr
I Hampton; Eugene Long, Joseph of Jacksonville spent theweekend :March.At .
I and Mis! Charles Hardy :o.f.ulonetteluHlcal: Pinocchio DI'nntley.II's.. Lois C1' W- with Judge and Mrs. I +, ., .. See Carp's magnificent
in Palatka Sundnv visiting nt the Civic Auditorium Sat- that time Casey plans to of first famous
were selection
\ ford :Mrs. Doshla Prescottand K. 1<. Pcirymmi.Mr. : I r quality,
II \ her mother. :Mrs. G. E urday afternoon were1rs.: : Stauffer all [present to the board tho re-I : brand fabrics at wonderfully
:Mrs. Doris : and :Mrs Drew Reddish
Randal\ and A
on of
Foe Heap big saving I Iea.ln.uranc.cbeck McOauley.Mrs port a transportaion survey low !
of Starke; Raymond and family were In Tifton Ga. prices
: L. D Green, MrsC Randy and Sandra Loulsu! made by a team from the
and :Mrs. Eu a
:Mrs. W. of Lake Butler; Saturday and Sunday visitingMr. :
V. Strickland Jr. and State Department of Education -
D. Wlllinms. Mrs Henrietta
State Farm's famous low Hunt. Mrs Titus Olson and' 1 hildren. Danny Donald and nice Thomas of I Keystone : and :Mrs. W. R. Royster which recommend the FAMOUS DAN RIVER

rates-rates so low that ,I I.lnr'la.Irs.' : Neil Tucker und Heights. Jr. and family. consolidation of some bus ,
Mrs. Irene Johns in
one out of two may save 'I Gainesville Tuesday were on bust- children, Bruce and PoUr!, and Judge T. A. Yawn to Jr.Orlando and routes and a reduction, In the 2 HOYA CLOTH

Important dollars Andcaecl&StateFarmservlce I ness Mrs. M. A. Payne and children son Sunday, Terry to ,visit flew:Mr. and :Mrs.B. Starke ChapterOf number of school bused> from rl w
Nancy< and Becky.Dr. 29 to 23.
and :Mrs. D. W Whlffeti W Davis. FFA Hears w
-so outstanding thatpeople I I be !in its new location In Henry Parker Brewer of If accepted by the board wash
were vacationing in Gatlin- Tha ultimate in carefree multi-purpose
Police ChiefPolice the recommendation
eliminating "
Insure more cars I Starke Pl.i/a Shopping Center burg:, Tcnn. last week. Wilson, N. C. was Monday the six old buses Ais yam *.. combed!: cottons. Excusive!, Wrinkl-Sheo! with
starting Monday, Feb. 28. Ph. nnd one of
with us than with anyone "161-9175. :Mr nnd :Mrs. Owen R. Alvarez evening visitor! of Chief Bill ROHMOI. which has been used for 25 never shrinks out of shape, always stays fresh and 1f II
:Mrs. L. I 11. Vining.
else. Call Jr. gave n family birth- spoke on juvenile delinquency years' will go a long way in wide. Many gorgeous colors to choose from.
our ease Charles Torodn was in 'Bap-
Mrs Nelson Green, Miss
day dinner :\Irs.Alvarez' .
Sunday for
before the Stnl"ke'FA!
Chapter the bus
solving county's main
sue today :Memorial from
tist Hospital
Madge Middleton Mis.
IIhter.Irs.: Don
Ray nt Its regular meeting List tenance
problem said.
all the details ,...unCl. Frazier and Mrs. C. D. Williams !- Tilley of Jacksonville. Sunday to Tuesday for sur Friday February 18. He estimated that cuts in

attended the Wesleyan John Adams of the. Univer- Famous Avondale FAMOUS BRAND FAMOUS BRAND
gery.Mrs. Speeding, drinking, and next year's transportationcosts .
Strickland nnd
: F. W.
Service Guild annual meeting :
of andHss
sity Georgia children attended the ice hock- breaking and entering were will total about 7000. Sailcloth Woven Gingham Seersucker79c
MERRITT H.WILLIAMS at the First Methodist Church Paula Ruch of Brunswick, Oa. < named tho
m Gainesville Sunday. spent the weekend with Or. | ev game at the Coliseum Sunday major offenses! \t an earlier meeting of ,

I Chase Hardy has enrolled in and Mrs. H. H. Adams. afternoon. ? ? I the Florida Technical College Charles Scott of Decatur I Mr. nfcd Mrs. W.. C. Savage Starke pollre. chief. He advised gan said 117 N. Walnut St. Mass. I the BUS students not to planned addition and
In ./acksonville.Mrs Oa. spent the weekend with) of Springfield. were renova- VALUECool
Phone 1-5391 weekend guests. of Mr. and follow the crowd but Insteadto / Verirle Flynn has returned Dr. O. L. Haynes Jr. at SantaFe listen to
P 6451) after a month In Mo- Lake. :Mrs J. G. Caldwell of what is right. own sense within 180 calendar i Rich, sturdy 100% colton Finest quality, tightly wovan end car.fr* .

sm .cur MINI MTomeruT cantata CiNlPAQ bile. Ala. visiting her sister Mrs Cleveland Drlggers re- Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss The chief told the days from the date the con- the ideal! iporttwcarfabric eombad cotton en ever popular chute
attend the hoys that tract Is let. He indicated fabric for all
will that spring
Louise Stern
UK iintl; lUMUWIM. UIMIIS Mrs Grace Welch, who has turned home :Monday: : after the people of Bradford B. utlful( matching not printed, but yarn dyad iwina.Choo your
at the County | both the Lnwey Junior sect lurnmtr *>
Chicago High
I been seriously] ill undergoing surgery last. weekIn Jacksonville Civic Auditorium are the ones who can< Slop' and the Southskle Elementary' prints and solids, then wovan. A eo'orful' array from 0 rainbow of o..orted '
I II the Alachua General Hospital the recent break-out of teen- dranchvd in color I of( plaids. and chick colors
I ,
Saturday night I age crimes projects would be completed' I
Lt. Thomas Local patients admitted to lendy for use, by the opening
Dynl, of Wright
HEY! YOU'LL LOOK! Patterson AFB Dayton Ohio, Doctor's< Hospital. ] the past i'' _______ I
week have been Miss Brenda"
Is visiting his parents. Mr.
Clark, Robert Clark of Stal'lleIrs. ; See These
STARKE HAS A NEW BUSINESS TO and Mrs. Nate I lyal this week.
:\ :Mazle Boyett of Law-
OPEN SATURDAY, FEB. 26TH Mrs. David Browning and tey; Mrs. Lydia Polk of
lighter, Janice< visited Mr.
)Hours From 5 A.M. To 8 P.M. and :Mrs. John Buckley In Brooker; and William Hilllard
Located On 301---The Ilhoden Station Sarasota! over the weekend. Macclenny. VALUES
will :Mr. and, Mrs. X, M. Smith
NEW: OWNER-:Mil. HUSH)) AID. ) SON I lie I In Its new location; In| and John Simpson attended
the play "Our Town," at the
Starke Plait. Shopping ('entt'rtoll'tlnll'
Pnlatka' Civic Center Tues-
I Monday, Feb 28.
ALL ARE INVITED TO VISIT US ON Phone 9619175. night put on by the St. Johns

FOR FREE River Junior College. Barry
lit and :Mrs Kenneth
4 Tyusof Smith took part in tho pro-
the )I'ensarol.i' Naval Air cO"le
A Full Line of Sporting Goods. i Station and. Harold Tvus of duction. i"compare
:Mrs.\ Eva H. Raulerson! ofWaldo
Hunting and Fishing EquipmentWill ]I.nk.slnnd. spent the weekend] and :Mrs. Paula Thom- '
with their mother :Mrs. H. K
Be Carried. ason of Orlando have been ad-
Tyim, and also. visited :MrTVIH '. mitted
as patients in the
See The New Louisiana: (Pink Worm. Thin Worm : in Alnchua] General Hospital Sturke Nursing Home. '

'Is So Tough a Dog Can't Hardly Chew It. A Real I'' :: where last Friday.Mrs. he .un
Fish Catcher. This Business! !' Will Be }'isher.rnan' of Sanford were t
H. B. Hamilton I Is In weekend guests of :Miss ]Diane
Headquarters-Plus That load; the University :Medical Center I Whitehead.

Gulf Gas and Oils.Let's I
for surgery.Dr. :Mrs. W. C. Finney and

He There Saturday A.M.: 5 O'clock and :Mrs. H. G. Boilingor daughters; Mrs. George Fox /

attended the ChiropracticConvention and Mrs.! Blair of St. Patera- -

GULF SERVICE STATION[ nt the Sweetland burg were weekend guests. of .l\l Ifsta STEREO
w See These ;
Cor. Temple Ave and Center St. Starke Fla. Chiropractic Clinic in Fort :Mr. and :Mrs L. F. SnxiUi. Exciting New RCA Victor Consoiettes

:Myers over the weeke.nd. :Miss Jean :Mundy of Tallahassee Side-Mounted Bass Speakers .
was home for the week- with RCA HI-LITE COLOR TUBE"Includes


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and Mrs L. N. Picker-

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1nWER Tifton Gr.. from Saturday to r '

S1 .r- ''I H! .-'I--.> r Tuesday:Max Furlong visiting :Mr. and Mrs I LOR Iwo CpLQR ::

II :Mis.: John Greene enteredSt.
Vincent's Hospital Tuesday !- .
for observation and '' H ;

U FORMERLY treatment.Mr. .

: and Mrs. W. F. Swinyerof vaTM

/. PEYTON FLORIST visiting Keystone:Mr. and Heights:Mrs. W.were H. WIiIT.lJ NOTTINQHArt I...h. Max Th XI.S BELPIOND.rl,., QU 643 T 'BURUOYNC '

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Delta Kappa Garden Club I Annie P. Colson .I I at First 11 a. Baptist m. Saturday Church In the of ,'

Gamma AidsScholarships I To Meet MondayThe Services Held Starke with Rev. W. A. Hogan -.:,
; : officiating. Interment was -
e in First Baptist
vl"i Starke Garden Club *
in the:: family plot In
., ,. will meet Monday. Feb. 23,. at River Cemetery with DeWitt
Alpha Nu chapter of Delta 4 ,, A" ne Pnppcll; Cols:>O. 91 a
7 30( p m at the home < : C, Jones Funeral Home In
GLADYS MOOTY Kappa Gamma, International Mrs E.win: Williams with f( mar" resident of Stat'le'l charge of arrangements.
honor society for women educators died Wednssdny.[ Feb
; Mrs. L Hardin co-hos
V as
Phone 964-0651 I met at 7 p.m. Fridayin b 4 H Plant City hospital after an Active:: pallbearers were
the Recreation Hall of the r less. extended illness! Reddish Andew: R. A. Col-
I- 44 The program will be on Pete
dpi" \ Chester Andrews
First Methodist Church In MiC.. l :3nvai born'""n son
Sweetheart Homemakers Club Espalteiing ( plant training I Hartori) H C' K-uy: and F L
Macclenny. The program, ; Liberty:: County. Oa on Fcb
Visitors welcome.
Banquet Given HoldsVorkshop "Women Educators In Politics r are S 23 1874 an-1: had lived In Watterson
The executive board Y .
the directionof r Starkf for 85 befoi
was under 9 over vars
First meet at 7 m. preceding the
By Baptists"Love The Starke Extension the Professional Affairs p. mo into Plant City two ami
regular meeting.Quarterback
Homemakers< Club met Thurs- committee. a half years ago te> make he
Makes the World do
day morning, Feb. 17, at the Mrs. Muriel Norman, presi- 4 '!'lome with relatives She w i
Round" was the:: theme used home of Mrs. Robert Barks- dent, conducted the business t' i I rr 1' ClubThe a member of the Starke. F' .

At the Sweetheart Banquet meeting. The group decided to Y d t .' 1i BaptM t Church and:! wass tru,
given by the First Baptist dale.An apron workshop was pay $1 per member to the 30th ( Quarterback Club widow of the late J. J. I Jack(, I l
Church, last Thursday night will meet Tuesday March
Fundof Colson
conducted': by Mrs. Lola John- anniversary Scholarship
for their Young People and at 7:30: p,m. in the City Recreation -
son, who gave instruction and Florida Delta Kappa Gam ice; Survivors Include two -tep-.
Intermediates.The: building. The nomin
helped each member In mak- ma. The $23 scholarship for the t v sons Frank Colson of Brooks
dining: hall was decor- senior the high t a h l ating committee will presentthe ville and York Colson of
ing a fancy gingham apron, girl making Peiiacola -
ated for this occasion with a using cross-stitch and rick est score on the Senior Place- r new slate of officers .- two stepdauuht"r! >-

globe; of the world hanging rack trim. ment test was accepted. : Mrs S. D. Carver anal.' Mrs
from the center of the room, Executive BoardThe
At noon a covered dish Delicious refreshments were Henry Sochi both of
from which white streamers luncheon was served to the served by the Macclcnny memo Jacksonville; three brother'
extended to each corner. Red ten members and one visitor bers. The table overlaid witha executive board of the J. M. Norman J. C. Popp! plant Clt'T'

cupids and hearts were pin- present. linen cloth, was centered Starke Woman's Club will J. Popppll. Lakeland: and E

ned to each of the curtains. A The next meeting: will be with a beautiful arrangementof meet Thursday March 3, at Seeks Seat R. Poppsll, St, Augustine! Aloe>
large red heart and cupid 10 am. at the home of the
held at 1 p, m. March 17 at roses. surviving me six step-Brand-
doll, surrounded by burningred president Mrs. C. J. Houpt. 1
Members attending from children.
the home of Mrs. Davis Gas- On Commission
tapers, stood on the piano. k
Starke were Cleo
sett. Funeral services held
The centerpiece for the Mona Canova Andrews'l Mrs. Victor BuehlmanOf I Story Hour were
cpeaker's table was a lovely Muriel Norman, Tommie No- ,J, M (Buck) Norman: an-

Arrangement of white gladioli State Farm DanceThe ]lin, Adele Mitchell, Delia Ro interest to friends in geles. Story Hour will be held at nnimrcd yesterday: that: he

and red camellias. Down eachf State Farm EmployeesClub senberg, Reba Starnes, and Starke and Bradford County Mrs. Buehlman Is the nieceof the Starke Public Library will be candidate for the

<> the dining tables were red will be host at an adult Sue 'Wlnkler.Neva Is the marriage of Miss Judy Mrs G. A. Anderson and Thursday, March 4. at 3:30: () p County Commission Meat, I>litrlrt DOCTORS HOSPITAL

streamers with miniature dance Friday night at the Van Sickle of Los Angeles to W. J. Epperson of Starke. m. Mrs Gus Kopelousos will 2, now held by George j I I

globes of the world and burning Mike Victor Buehlman, son of Com- Her mother is the former Iris be the story teller. \V Roberts.Mr. .
Community Club .house. Jane Flynn I of 314 N. Temple Ave.
< red tapers spaced at In- Castle's :band t of Jacksonville mander Victor Joseph Buehl- Epperson, daughter of the late All children between the Norman It 30 years I

tervals. Place cards with red will furnish the music. $3 per Has Birthday PartyLittle man (Ret) and Mrs. Buehl- Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson ages of 5are!} Invited to attend age; a native of Bradford STARKE, FLORIDA>
hearts, and napkins with red man of San Diego Calif. The and her father Is Dale Refreshments! will be County, and a graduate of
cupids continued the Valen- couple. Neva Jayne Flynn marriage wall solemnized on Van Sickle Florida's first All. ; served. Bradford! County High School.. :

tine theme. celebrated her sixth birthday Saturday, Feb. S, In Los An- American football player. lie N married. to the rOl'nwl'l.Jul'E' ) DR. CALVIN J. HOUPT OWNER
Master of ceremonies for UDC To Meet Tuesday afternoon when her Beta Sigma Phi Curler of the Heilbronn, -

the evening C M. Clark, mother Mrs. George FlynnJr. 1 Springs; section, and they h"ve'l,'

and guest was speaker was Joe I UDC The, will W. T.meet Week Wednesday, chapter: ,, ., gave a party for her and Mrs. Houpt NamedTo Mr. And Mrs. Futch Gamma Theta Chapter of.I three Mr. chlMien.Norman' owns! and operates j I, OF DOCTORS HOSPITALANNOUNCES
14 friends.
Webb Beta Sigma Phi will hold its
Baptist Student Union I
March 2, 3:30 at the
at : p.m Executive BoardMrs. To Celebrate a :small farm, besides,
director for Florida. Games The refreshment table] was annual rush party at the
Lester Crews ''
home of Mrs.
,were conducted by Miss Carol covered with a Happy Birth- Golden Wedding Starke Recreation Center being employed by the. )llii-
with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs.E. Calvin J. Houpt nan Pont Company for the past 15 ,,
McRae and Terry Hancock. L. Matthews, and Millli day ballerina cloth Executive Monday Feb :28, at 7:30: ( p. m
been elected to the lie in a member of the I
matching plates, cups, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie H. A will ypnra.
buffet-style dinner be
, William George, Minister of Made Middleton as co-hostes- Board of the Auxiliary of the Heilbronn Springs Baptist: The of the and
in Closing Hospital
!Music and Education for the es napkins. The birthday cake Associ- Futch will celebrate their served during the evening and
American Osteopathic
Church where he serves as
church: sang "Love Is A Many the center further carried out ation. She will hold the officeof golden weddinganlversary: all members are reminded to His Practice March 1 1966
chairman' of the Bonril oflreaeons
eplendored the theme, being Iced l in pink with a reception on Sunday, bring a covered dLsh for the ,
Thing. He
trustee of this national or- and School I -
6 2 5 at
and topped with ballerina March from to p.m
group singing, accompanied were Mrs. Wesley King Mrs. ganization for one year, or Superintendent., He iilso teach ,
dolls. Neva Jayne's cousin, their home at 514 W. Weldon -----
by Miss McRae. Charles Darby, and Mrs. H. until another election is held. es I the Adult Men's Bible
Cheryl Anne Phillips, presidedat Street.
The selection of Miss Lee M. Hatcher, Jr. trustee, Recent Births Claiq.Kor. -
the punch bowl. In this capacity as Hosts for the reception will 'I ---
Darby as Queen and Harry The Young People who dec- The little guests were given one of her duties will be to be their nieces Mrs. L. B Bradford the pant three yearn! 'A

;Matcher III as King climaxedthe orated for this occasion were favors of huge stand-up bal maintain a scrapbook cf ma- Crosby, Jr. of Cocoa, Mrs. County Hospital Mr. Norman has served us To My Many Friends and Patients,
evening's festivities. After Misses Susan Wiggins, BettyJo loons. terial concerning the national Lewis Gay of Jacksonville announce! the following chairman of the Supervisory! .

their election they took their Warren, Ann Prak, Jayne organization, and to conductthe Beach, and Mrs. Pasco Mott births: Committee of tho DuPont I Would Like To Take This Opportunity -

places on a lovely white Hardy, Kay Colson Lee Dar- contest, which is on an of Gainesville. All friends and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Mining Employees" Credit, Union i
'throne decorated with red by, and Sherry Wilson. Rich- Day Of PrayerWorld annual basis, for all of the relatives are invited to attend. Cooper Stnike, a son, David I He resides! with his!! famIly To Thank You For The Privilege -

Jimmy T>ows. They were crowned by ard Williams and Miss Reen- Day of Prayer will state press books. She will Mrs. Futch Is the former Lee, Feb 19. on DuyleHs Highway west'!i of Serving Both You and the Community .:
Crosby Stnrke.
Sunday School ey Moore were in charge!! of Beatrice Crosby of Brooker. of
be held Friday from 10( to 11 ribbons for the
Superintendent. reservations. also award Mr. and Mrs. Harvey James If elected' Mr. Norman !says! For The Past 1 15 Years.

Those In charge of preparing -i Sixty-two guests attended a. m.Church.in the First Everybody PresbyterIan wel-- winners at the annual Houseof Plastic Notebook $3.50: at the Starling, Starke, a son, How- that he will serve conscientiously I

the banquet and serving I this annual affair. I come. Delegates,! meeting. TELEGRAPH. ard Daniel, Fob 16. nil of Bradford Countyto I
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TIirn IPAY FED 21 1868

BR.\nronn rorxrr T1'T.F.OR\pn: STARRE, n.o-RinA

First League Title In 17 Y carsTornadoes

Take Florida Star ChampionshipBeat

47 an then stormed over for second place with 5-3 rec STATISTICSScore

Lake City I Liiki-. City Friday for two I ords. by quarters' : Junior Varsity I-
"must'wins that surprised: I, Taking an early lead with BHS 17 18 18 21-73
I real u Bradford ball handling and Cagers Close With t'
uny -nne snappy '
CHS-0 19 17 951 ,
llli/h In many years deadly shooting! the Tornadoesled \ 8-13 Record i ::: $.
Baker. ,
McLeod P. 5-5-15
Lake City and Palatka tied 18-6 after the first period. BUS- ;
75-51 For Title ; II was Increased to 36-23 at 9-3-21; McLeod W.. 11-3- Bradford's lunlor varsity ii- ; -!JflujJ74 4'1
the half and to 54-42 after 25: Reddish, 4-2-10 Aki1I e, biisketballers closM! out their 2

the third period The Tigers 1-2-4; totals, 301575.\ 1965-66 Reason with an 8-13
"Zip-zip-zip Swish! i is Coach Warney Adkinson's ,1 [ were outucored 81-6 in the CHS Todd; 5-1-11 Forrester. record Monday night, lonlng
-- ; .
description of the W&hi Tornado cugera first period and 21-9) In the a 34-31 squeaker to GaInes-
0-0-0; Smith, 2-2-8; Chamberlain .. ....,,
thundered over Lake City 75-51 Friday night to win fourth. They outdid the Tornadoes ville High School '" ... '
l44 slnne! point 19- I 2-2-6; Clements 408 """'1't.'I'w.. .
the Florida Star Conference championship. by a William Scogqlns scored 8 II"'J13.i .
Addition of the basketball trophy to the Tornadoes' 1i 18 In the second quarter'We ; Bennett. 0-0-0, Houston, I points for the Tornadoes. Bill ",,,,,,\ "" \\fo ,r.,' ';"' ,,,

collection makes the first time they have won really moved the bullZipzipsip 0-0-0; Spiadley, 5-0-10; totals : Adams and John Warren had _. ,Ht.. .':>t1j...1\ .' Ji;" 1,
Swish Coach -- .. .
7 each, and Bruce Jackson .; J 0;
22-7-51 iIi ,
the loop title in basketball and football in the same said he heaped'' I riiIfII', I .
Adkinson / as had 6. ;;;' I '
year. In fact, this cake championship is the first the praise on his Tornadoes i I 1J i

Tornadoes! have won in 17 years, since 1919, when 'They played:! like chumpitin II I \\r: l' ; I

they copied the old Suwannee Conference. every one of thrm." said I Bill Lovell rolling: a M>tt sates ,. 'ii.( '

Completing! the season t with. the ronrh who IT! the Torna- fur the III'i 0111'1'''. High _. : /" ,
a 612 conference record the 'I loop Ramos! to win the title rlopi t to( the/ conlerpne"" title! In fur Lawn was Jului Allen's ....1....rnl '" ,'t ," '
Tornadoes had to beat their' They! cam from 'oehlnd to hl first! year at Bradford :30-2 1'n.rIIeM ::' y
toughen rivals.!/ Pnlatka! and| bent Pnlatka! on the Braves'! Hteh. HP praised the caners Standings: Murihcp Insur" -. d :: l:. \;:" .
Lake City In the final! two home court last Saturday 53- for romlni through under. the once, 51-34; U & W, .1.1.38: "' : ,1 ), ......rp' :
moat pressure they!' had endured 1x .
Williams Jewelry -40; f:0 tJT'f'I": m-
r, all e" on. The came Carl)''', 4(5-42(\ ; Snf-Gns 4T.-43{ :!; -.. : :
NYLON TI! i3ELESS-HERCULES ROCKET was\ hint like the finals In a LaRun. 41-47; TV, 40'a-17'a' ; .. \, I
FULL 4-PLY conference, tournament, he Larson 21'''< i-6.V; ''i __ ,
told{ Uirm. members remin- ,
TIRES League are ,
FIRST LINE Senior! Steve Baker played ded that this Is the nnnl ,.;

his finest game of the Reason, week of the Thursday Night } .-.....".. ,
AT Torlm21 points and hittingan Mixed Doubles./) A meetingwill yr.
nm.i/.liv.! 04 per rent of his be held l tonight i Thursday / I1WHY
BIG DISCOUNTS hot HP also< led the champions ) to plan a hnnquctl'OM..lfaiCI.tI. :t
In rebounds with 15. .. I.K.Xiil'K: : .
Four men were In double Starke Motor 1'..rtH, 3; H. DREAM?
LIST With Disc.7.75x11 for Tornadoes for the 9
figures : Nelson" :047. Starke Lanes, 1,

or ---$3! : ,: !) $1J,2!!) I h first time this season Wayne J, 13i,'ummetl. 522. "" -"'.''' : ./
Mr Lend was high for Starke TcrwiMegiir Motors, 3; C. --- -.,.,.
:. li.i-6. -- -
8.25x14 : : 20.70 ,
with 2% points, his. brother. Terwillegar. 510 Camp Illiind-:
: lag, 1, G. Winkler,, 515Faulkner's :;.
&55xll; : ; 21.67
38MJ35.IS Paul, hart 15, and Greg Reddish Soon
4 V. An Account Today .
-- -- -- Sinclair ; Open
8.15x15: : ::. : : "V" 19.95;) had: 10. Wayne grabbed Penono" 5D8. Gem Jewelry, O.

R7xf; ;; --- --.- -'-- 38.95 ---- :- -- -- 21.81 The Tornadoes'. Steve fl rebound and Paul 11. M. EvanllIH9, These Nice Things Can Become A Reality .
Baker sails! ; through the The Tornadoes shot a respectable Clay Electric. 4; J. Crock-
Plus Tax and Tire On Your Car for two points In Friday's 583. O. W
roil Draw-Tlte,
71 cent from the I ON
75-51 win over Lake City per .ALY .. 482.Independent. I.KAKN: TO SAVE.: AND IUIY colt CASH . YOU'LL SAVE
Whitewall () Extra Coley
$2.00 : for the Florida Star Conference free throw line, getting 15 of Telephone Co., CAUKYINC( CIIAKKES( .\NI YOU'LL (OLT .\ 1II '1"nm PRICE!
Other Sizes Available At These Discount Pril'eol.WALKER'S .
Championship.: Baker 21 attempts. But they bucketed Guard Greg Reddish 4; E, Patz, 568; Starke Jay-
leave his bent performance 58 6 per cent of their Held turned In a fine floor SHELL SERVICE of the year, scoring 21 "oals against Lake City and bucketed League, standings/ ((21
point' mill gathering. in 15 10 points. lie got the weeks) : SMF, 63-33; Bland- O
Todd Lake
Mike led City and Loan AssociationOf
435 Madison Starke, Fla. Phone 901-8551: 1 1t rebound .Photo by Candy with 11 points Don Spradley two points he fought for Ing 59-37; Terwlllegar 57-30; e sry. Savings
Wondburn.MODEL here Photo by Reeney Faulkner 50-46; Clay Electric
had 10, Mickey Clements 8,
Moore. 46-50; Gem, 41-52; Jaycees Starke
and Steve Chamberlain 6. 43-53; Draw-Tlte, 43-53; ITC. '
t 1 | 41-55; Starke Lanes, 34-62. CQ) 2IS. North Temple. Ire -:- "I'lionc, .. ,-""(")(">
-.. I ;; :
A fl.issific.l' Ad In the TELEGRAPH -

numrc Group Four Cage Tournament brings results. I


Gets Under 'Way Here TonightBradford ,I

Designed) } For? Family Liviiigby \' )

Hinh cugera will and StalK! nnd Green Cove
'attempt to add' the ClassA ,,11vie\ for the other berth in
Group 4 Tournament laurels the finals. Green Cove ha
LONGCHAMP to their season record beaten the Tornadoes twicein
I when they host the annual ic'ular season! contests
event this weekend Bradford Utah has also been

i: The tournament will get selected second choice foi the
rte"" underway here tonight regional cage,: tourney\ a ndI\
I I (Thursday: | when Orange the Tornadoes win the GroupA
I Park meets FernandIna at title and MarIanna should
730. lose their group tourney. that
INSPECTION tournament ,,11also/ be play
I Bolles will meet the winner
ed here. Marianna is first
of that 'game at 7 p. m. Fri
choice for the region, and if
day. February 25 and Starke
they win their group; tournament I
will play Green Cove Springs RHIi-CO
the region will be played -
I at 6:3: (). Finals will be playedat there.
r 8 p. m. Saturday.
? The Tornadoes! will enter ,
AFTERNOON Bullca, Green. Cove, and
: the group tourney with a 13-
f : Starke are top seeded: teamsIn 10 regular;: season record and
the tourney. Bolles is a as champions of the Florida SUPERMARKETERRefrigeratorFreezer
FEBRUARY 27TH I food bet 'to reach tho finals Star CimfeTPiirp where they
I from! one end of the bracket established 1fi2 record.
o \

!''BHS+Junior'/; /ffl1j terrupted.that you arc likely to be In lOOK!

: ""W .ti Count 2. Check tin- number your reading of words rate.In ::: :: 1&1F3!.
v I d! i' the article you read and ; P F1 1..
cheek HIP I time it took you to n

1 1 ylgj ((1 rend the .11 t leiI'. rl"I1] 111, ''I'' .
r. 3. Rr-ieud! : the art trip, to rice -,- .- t
if you fully understood what :
wax beliu .said: 1 i"A II' I I III
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.11 4. Make a (rhart. Each day ;
\\0 i l'tf.' .. 'M' keep a chart showing your : [ ,-., I
renclliiH rate and! the time it c -
BY ; I'\" ; -
,' tok to nart the! material. w
"vjl SOME: : HINTS g I MN, tDlf4"
heading AH A Key For Better, Stait with easy material and Thir

rducatloival: Progress. I prouie.s.s to the more difficult. \ _._
What kind of reader are Try to ,catch the main Ideas 1 .32
you? D:> you pause over each I Make each: exercise a personal _
word? Can you read at least I' matter and attempt to push I PEn 1ol.

250 words per mlnuts: ? Do 'I your reading rate. Rend, ideas ., __
Ia- ... I yyEE1{ i ittode' I Iv
and not words
you read something everyday I a$ much as

Most of be better possible
us want to '"
l'eadersVe really want to GOOD LUCK -- You can 4s :

ACROSS STREET FROM SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY Increase our reading comprehension Improve your reading ability 161i1S6-
you try.
our reading rate, and ;: I
generally!' be able to enjoy

Four Steps To Better Heading atbottotn
: s, Big 16S.lb, freezer
1. Practice. Pick somethingthat Door
is easy for you to read I MIXED: l Ori5LEH:>I Ii Freezer Storage Baskets
Featuring eTORGINOL. and start setting a time aside i Murrhee Insurance split 2-2 Two Lift-out Freezer Keeper{ .1
every day for the purpose of with LaRue Insurance, with ,; -J Portable Ice Cuba in efrigera\Or\ section\
reading. Make it a definite Bob Drake's. 495 being: high _--'- Automatic\ Delros\lng,enamelVegelable\ Crispers
dally exercise Begin with easy I for the winners. M. Schroeder -'- Two Porcelain
material and work toward rolled n 433 series to puce the -_ DailY Bar Storage Door e1eclricil'lPhilco
more difficult exercises as the loners. power Saver saves power

N"Q I reflil.erating
The Latest
; Concept Flooring time goes by. What you read Taking! three points was =- Philco Instant\ Cold-more !
may be found in a newspaper TV Service Center, opposedby foods taster space
hills storage
WALL TO WALL CARPETINGLONGCHAMP article, a book or a magazine. D AV Auto Supply Bill IdYNr.NIININNMII.IepyMfN P11t11fYNibta.NIMNIN', ,' ''' .. .,.!5511,5. PhIII0 I II insulationYMNININ.WaI.lr5t..IndYg.4ft ives more
Set aside 15 to 30 minutes Brown was high for TV with .. t t gA,"1
every day and If possible makeit :303, while Jim Brummett led .r ihtM art*........trtcrc. '11 acfuf its. YrMNlbnllllNnpla
the same time each day. D & W with 538. __".......,.... .

f HOMES Concentrate upon what you Also 1> taking: three pointswas /PNILC01 .
are reading. You ahould freej I Keystone 8af-Gas, .oppos I LASTING tC.

.. your other mind things:of that all anxiety hinder: your and i> ed Wayne by.1tendcr Williams on'lI 522 Jewelry.series C. II. illSWORTH\ ,\ ) FUllXl'llJllE' & l\IllIANCES\ ))) '

: Starke Buford Mitchell P. O. Box 238 thought patterns. Don't let was high for Keystone while
your mind wander The place I Freddie Stephens' 523 set the ,

JACKSONVILLE( LONGCIIAMP( : BLVD. PHONE 771-8697 I should be one free from out- pace for, 1\'IIU.lllLj__ _. _..._ :310 E. CALL ST. PHONE 961-5011 STARKE FLORIDA
Fide Interferences. Don'tiliooo Carp's took four points from
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] / High't'ornadoes Starke Team r rI t -

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RMM Wins Stock

: Drop Last Game 6961Blowing I I Judging tke

The SI a FFA Chapter
an eight point h, lt. I Livestock Judging team was
Umo'jead with a Merles of ballJMuidljng tOph ll tillKlUtf, last week

mistakes, the Tor- when they won at the Tampa
lAda>| agers took a 69-61 / Fair, scoring: 652: points of a
IXfttlagJ-Mondny l ; night and lost syw possible 900. -
A|chjuice to beat Cl.ms, AA I Tenm members are Iwimardemons. -

Oalnenvllle High School and 15; Cecil( Stalnaker,
tof.wln.jj regular season's 1\: anti Tntn Edwards') II. The
baY came. Ii I team, received n rosette, from ON

|.| Overcoming an 11-3 first i the Florida State Fair.
period: deficit, the Tornadoes The, 10 high teams+ In !livestock -
ladth, .;igame 17-17 and out- i nt T.nnpii: will: competeat
cored the HurrlrAnes 19.10Lt" the, University of Florida'

the second quarter to take I March 12 to select the team All New Ford! Cars & Trucks"

t' 30-27 halftime lead. But r ,I to represent:: Florid< In the J J "
oHS'ronghe'l it up In the Natlinu FKA .Incising: content,
/ 4
''I.third period and using a forceful rYr at the American Rnynl Llve- .
full court press took a slat k Show In Knnfliis> City
45-44 lead going into the final ;Missouri: this Kiimmer

eight minutes; ; I First 10 teams In livestock
The Canes outrun and out. t ju4gi( I"g at tile state fair" were

played the Tornadoes In the Starke FFA Chapter, :Mayo: TERWLL'SBIGFOP.DDPJVE i

second in a' repent of their Ft. :Myers: Santa Fe-Senliir,
earlier 86-53 win over the locala MnrlntmiL. New Smyrna Be-trh' ,, ,
In Gainesville. In both Junior. Allbm'n
game the Tornadoes led for es. Moore Haven' and Wan-\

three quartan, only to lone rhul.i-Penre River.

the, game ,In,, the final eight

1.ft1M ( Mayor Proclaims

FFA ObservanceMayor -

.- / Randal F. Chitty has

: ( Issued; a proclamation design-
ating the week of February

19-26 as National Future

!hl"u.re t'uldIcI..I..I; lights 'fur a rebound. In the WI.: ("I heutiiigthe luu"I..1 F'a'Int'rsVeek In .Starke:! and

Torniuloe. by Class /\..\ ittlnesIlle high. In the final regular M>.u..'n "guineMoiiiluy Bradford County and requesting -

: night, ;IMcLeixl, xcoretl 15 points und pulled iloun 11 rrlxmiulH to lend I local citizens! to take ISDN! !
particular note of FFA activities -
the Tornadoes. In the department Thule' liy f'unilyViMNlburn.. during this period.

The proclamation points out
that agriculture "Is and has .
minutes. VViiyne McLeod) led Starke STATISTICS .
always been our largest und
The UH3 five winning their with 21 points, high for the Score by quarters, :
THEY GIYE SUCH GOODSFR4ic' most vital Industry" in Brad- big Fords :
first game In the last three game, and nine ipbounji. BUS 17 18 9 17 61 We're offering move-'em-out deals to keep our '
/ WE STOP "n "and I is becoming
lord !
/ I starts, outscored the Tornadoes Sophomore Paul Mel.rod, tallied GIIS 17 10 18 24 69 County at a stampede pacel! Come in for a test drive- :
EVERY MORNING I important with moving
een more
I 18-9 in the third period 12 points and' hall 10 rebounds BUS McLeud. ) P., /5-2-12; :
and 24.17 In the fourth. i!I while Steve Baker had) I; Baker, 1-0-8} ; McLeod' W., 6- our expanding population. and check this Big-Ford-Drive-Big-Savings-Special!

What A Break! Y ou'\e Stopped I Coming to life with Just| 8 points and nine rebounds I 9-21; White 0-0-0; Crosby. The Starke and Bradford:! i full-size Ford-specially priced! Has
,at Hunt Shell Ser I I." and three or four minutes left in|i Guard Emmett Akrldge, play- 0-0-0; Reddish< 1-2-4; Akrlilge, County Chapters of FFA have Specially ordered specially trim
the 'Finest Auto Serle" In the game the Tornadoes narrowed Ing a fine floor game the Ural 6.2.14 and Falcon, 1.0-2 Total 125 active members, and the I Big:! Six engine pleated all-vinyl upholstery seats, bright-metal
Town I III' Tour. Let I'. At- I' the lead from 15 to 9 holt, hit for 14 points *, 202161. mayor's proclamation expresses whitewalls. wheel covers I White Nightmist Blue or Silver Blue I iW4t |

fad To' Tour <:'ar.HURSTS points, but it was far too late. Dun Morgan led IBIS with GBSlIarm", 4-1-9; Manning pride In the many contributions ffStMUSTANGS e

I They played line ball the first 17 points, most of them com ;. 1-0-2; Stilckland.' 2-4-8;; to community better-

t:: two periods, however movingthe ing In the runaway In the fina.l.pel'lIld. 1 Uartman, 7216Iorglln.; :: 8- ment teies and made their by the leaders two chap-I
Don Hartman and Ed
ball well and getting key 1.17; Smith 0.0.0; Leggett
c"E"VICE'" 'W Leggett each had 16. FFA Week will be observed
shots. The locals hit 44 per I Both teams ended the 7-2-16; Copeland, 00.0; Sanders locally with a series of pro- :
regular I
1j.I-m 11I field 0-0-0 0-1-1. Totals, radio station WPXE ..
cent of their goals, avery season with Identical 13- ; Doyle lOam on
I --r... I AVLYA Sr F.YllllY.LLW.Y
I { al 1 m. dally. -
i respectable percentage 10 records. 291169. p. -- '.
I _. II i .

UNDERINSURED Varied Activities Set By FFA: -STUDENT I Heavy Rains .. wf ..
COUNCILBy Are RecordedIn .

? Chapters For National Weeks Gerrl Mooty Past Week 19 .- ..

..- .., And Gale Cronkhlte Rainfall averaged/ 3.66( Inches ..
Vocational agriculture{ students -I messes and most jobs, are .
The Bradford.: High StadenfCotmcil to make a wet week In''
In Bradford High :Schoolare basically Dependant upon surrounding i ''
met Tuesday, Feb" 22, Bradford County, according
Joining Future Farmersof farms. for their .
e-x-I with President Jim Douglas to- the FlorlAi' Pdftost :Servlc:: \ .
America throughout the nation istence. Take away the .
Lawtey was the wettest
In activities to focus attention and l, for all practical presiding I
area with 4,1 Inche.s falling at
I on the Importance of you would destroy purpOllp"1 They voted on a school flag .
, the Louis. Hill Tower. The New 1966 Ford Custom 500
agriculture during National community," he says. after much discussion.All .
3.60 In-
River Tower reported
I i iJ ir "''''A 'Week February 19-2fi. Locally, members of the club and class presidents hell and the Santa Fe Rlvei
r "Agriculture Is More Than Bradford, and Starke FFA were Invited/! to attend Tower 3.3 Inches.
J II Farming" la this year's FFA Chapters are observing FFA this meeting for the purpose Despite the wet weather ,

I week theme. The farm boys Week with window displays, of pledging money to theschool four fires were reported last TOO! :
have undertaken a campaign a week-long radio sign campaign. The
program I week with a total of 26 acres .
to inform the general public i Junior and Senior Classes .
over WPXK. a parent-son been 27
I burned.! There have Biflsavingsonall. models. Fast
about the Importance of thenumerous and other activities. each pledged $50 and the Internet 'C
I fires reported since January I delivery right out of stock All .
, 1'1i See and wide variety ofopportunities I :Membership: In the FFA .is Spanish, and Thespian 1 this year compared to 5 dur colors. Pick the Mustang you .

i I.I M. NEUEI. existing In the, made up of students of voca Clubs pledged smaller ing the same period in 1965. want and drive it home todayl .
broad Held of agriculture for, amounts. A committee was
tional-agriculture In high Acres burned since January 1
men who have a back- formed tr Iron out the deLalls .
young I pchool. The organization's activities this year total I only 125 com lr I .
Your Gulf Life ground of farm excellence of the sign.
are designed, to help pared to 21 for the name per.
': and training. 'I develop rural leadership and It wo reported moat the Cod last year.Services .
> .Representative have such an abundance -
; ; "We good citizenship and to stimulate Senior HUh sold all of their I
ti-i* of food in America that I the students, to better Student Handbook, but the Held ;

Ask': him how on. Gulf Lit. people are taking farmers! for : achievement In their studjes. I Junior High ha! cold very few. I i
Insurance. policy with Adap -A- granted:" says Paul' C. Hut- the Senior I For Mrs. NewellIn
and to work toward successful It I Is now left up to:
Plan can protect your home, chins. advisor of the Bradford v.
Income, add establishment In farming high Student Council: to PRy ChurchMrs. -?
,provide family here. I Hope
Income to your retirement FFA. Chapter or other agricultural occupations I' their bill since the Junior
,fund, or help send your children Actually, farming I ls now I, Hlih did not fulfill their! former Jessie Newell 88, widow -
been our largest
to col'ege.' and always The national farmers committment! .
I future -
I late Isaac
vital Industry, of the
and most PLUS.
I'lionrs: increasingly I organization has approximately Mr. Jarobnen.suggested: having died Monday afternoon In a .
and 1 It is
450000 members with : a movie drain school
Office 9SI-4ISI ; after
with our expanding local nursing anextendt'd
After 5 p.m.-Ou.onJ Important 9.000 local chapters In the 501 I hours for the Senior Rich Newell
In our urea Illness! Mrs.
Box 88(1Starke ( population states and Puerto Elmo Mem-1 student body to pay off this' ., FACTORY CONTEST NOW IN PROGRESS
'' I most of the bus- was born in Kansas on Sept -
.,... particularly
I terHhjp In Florida Is about debt It was 'ler' 'Ided that tht'l 22, 1877 and:! had been a lesl-
12.000. handbook committee would
I dent of the Theres.sa area fot
Future Farmers choose the take care of this matter.
the past YE'cll'a.Funt'ral :
TRY week of George: Washington's; '' The, Student/ Council pins!
'f birthday each year for the ob- are In and all members are services were heir .
servance of National FFA I obligated to purchase one, at 3:30: p. m Wednesday In .

' ;TASTEE. CHICKED Week Although generally recognized -) from Jav7ii Hardy.: Rev.Hope Baptist Fred Dodd Church officiating.with NEW CARS AND TRUCKS TO CHOOSEFROM ;
.. at a Revolutionary Jim Douglas !suggested! glv-
. CRISP I Interment was In Hope Cemetery -
V/ar general and our first Ini H scho'aishlp to a worthy

president, Washington's first1'I graduating senior. The faculty I! under Funeral direction Home.of DeWitt 44 BANK{ FINANCING =
love the farm. He C. Jones .
PRESSURE!' FRIED was was| mUht b<* asked to choose thisperson.
one of the first In the nation i I Jim Ood'Un said that Active pallbearers were J

; Boxed Chicken TENDERDELICIOUS: to practice contour planting, we didn't have enough moneyto D. Orlffls, Percy Sullivan 36 MONTHS TO PAY. ;

crop rotation fertilization, ands, pay off our present! project Herbert Cloversettle. Douglas .
Served with French < other will conservation and much lest tak, on something I Raley, W, H. Hall; Sr., and W. q
Fries. Col. Slaw, }Hot improvement practices. Pine! Ken Scott made a motionto H. Hall Jr.

Roll set up a committee ft was Trades Ever!
Bucket Chicken9PCS. Unused Books votej on and pasted: .
1.10 failure to yield:! right of way
CHICKEN Sought By Police ReportCity causing an accident 30 days .

Box Shrimp /i Pt. Cole Feeds Slaw 3 to Hot 4 Library Group Police! report five ar- probation.Alvin Jones, S3 Starke, public 1966 COMPANY DEMONSTRATORS AVAILABLE ;

Served with French Rolls.' Mrs. Nate Dyal. chairmanof reats for the pan week. HeardIn Intoxication. $27.50 or five ,
Hungry 1 People. Friends of the Library, requests Mayor's Court Tuesday
Fries. Cole Slaw, Hot all persons who have I days.Margaret 45. Venice.
night were: Carter
Rolls $2.25Barrel books not being used at Mertle Newmans. 72 Starke.I Fla. Improper passing causing 00 P/s
home to donate them to the failure to ylelr rlRht of way an accident fine 117.50. $700. count

1.25 library. If not needed In the pausing an accident 30 days Terry Lee BoatwrlKtit. 22
library they will be placedIn
probation. i Starke reckless driving, fined
Chicken the book sale and the mon- Calvin I I
Whitfield 33. Starke. 1750.
Tub Chicken ey used to purchase books or' '

15-PCS. CHICKEN Hot 21-PCS.} CIIICKEN other brary needed Persons Item wishing for the books'Ii-'':I GLASS Tna'f Our Business 1966 Galaxie 500-4-Dr. 66 Galaxie 500 Convertible :

Pint Cole Slaw. Pt. Cole Slaw, Hot
to be rail 981-
Feeds 5 to 7 picked up may Air-Conditioned :
Rolls Rolls Fully Equipped
6221. < *
| "If 1&& ,. Glass We Have Ian
Hungry/ People :Mrs. Dyal also wishes to,
5.25 thank those who have sent CALL WRITE or VISIT 7,200 Actual Miles 4,500 Actual Miles ;
$3.75 in dues. The committee hall FOR ANY GLASS NEED

been unable to get out all the We Design Modern Store Fronts 100' Warranty 100'. Warranty
i I :
letter because of Illness, but I
French Fries25c SOc 7Sc-$1.00 they are being lent as fast'> Just Mall Ua A Pattern For ..

WILL BE READY as possible. i I Table Tops .
CALL YOUR ORDER IN-IT Everyone .Is Invited to join i

WHEN yOU ARRI\'E-l'nO 961-6-111 the Friends of the Library and ,, SHEA'S GLASS CO. TERWILLEGAR MotorsYour
may do so by making a con I II
TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVE-INN trlbutlon on the basis of $li i! NOT INC.
for Individual membership, or I 11 ( Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford And Union Counties. :

Across From Holiday Inn $2 for family membership '! 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2.4353 ..

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rujr SiX ftU.IFofll. > roi,'fotT TEifcoRAMi." st.R'U' :, nORUM TIHTISIIIXY rrn. 2t.\ innn


also in the house her' of way. $W and:! at $100 to Newman's
) I tlmberlandowners who have Police Report ,
pipe Funeral
I Savings Bonds TuesdayFor I '
I 1 he second mishap occured:! vehicle
Lawley Man A> < urdlng$ to the invcBtij enter d suit claiming that daughter. Mrs. Kay Prevutt.
j, ) ,; Flip Trooper. Walter j jHundbOl'g. Draw Higher i J. W. Bates their 198IV njies.imcnU are and three children.: At the \ Two Accidents lust Thursday around ]10:14:] ain Newmans was ('hal' ed with
I nt the intersection of SU' fiilluic,, ( tnlcLl) I I I'I"hl of way
lime the
they were awakened
the driver of tho aibltrary and'mellal.Lonll In Past Week
J Interest Rate LawteyJohn U. 301. la 1 i 10vcic I m,, inluiles
Meets Death scLoml. southbound rig, a 1931Miul said' the plaintiffs lit, was too far advanced to 10 ann S >

sciui' didn have time U. S. Savings -.mls al'e I Williud Bates 68, of have asked that all of his I save anything. It Is believed City Police report two accidents Ronald V. Goodman. 29)

to stop and tried his best to now a more attractive Lawtey was killed Saturday records be mada. available on that the fire may have start within tin- city limits |I Starke. was driving a 19631'uuci

I On 301 North uvold running over Bates' ment than ever bcfoiu.Invoflt-I manilru: : \\ 'len struck by a the moiniiiR of March 3, and:! ed from a spoIlt from the. fireplace I during the last \I ek.:! |I test on /KH.:: 16 Staikediiving wlun IJ'OU5EIJ01DPESTS
rtie Newmans. 72.
Tho dilver. idcntliiocl deposition ] that smouldered in the I uccuiicd last Mi
body. was Peek] Jr.. chairman of the' Irurk en Highway 301 north that he continue with his The first
na Gerald L. Knklns, 26, Bradford County Savings: of Lswl.-y: A native of Georgia In 'the afternoon. He part of the house before Tuesday around 6:50: a. m. a 1956 Ford: made aloft

.lohnillnn1, EUteM. (fi-yenr-! of Plant City. Bonds Committee Bald: 1 today:: IIL-: had been a resint: has already been questionedfor I bursting into flames after the I when Joseph Biewton, 41. tuin into G.iodinius: : Ian_ If Delttructf.,.
The lust northbound truck several hours by the timber occupants! were, asleep. Starke. driving a 1958 Ply- of traffic, causing a head-on V LJns.n'i.ry'
old Lnwtil.iboiir. ) was struck in commenting on the inciunsoin of the Lawtey utica for 35 V Un"lIhtf
li\,' two apnu-tiui.-ka and killed n 100.1 Mack semi was driven Interest on Series 10 and II I'' sears, coming these from Alabama ] representatives; The family is in need of I mouth north on the Old Law- collision.. Damage to Goccialso" V DI...... -
estimated at
milv S..tlll''a.Iwl'nlnlt. \ on U. by Clyde A. Carpenter, 37, of Bonds to 4.15 per rent. The suits:!! will eventually be clothing food furniture, and I tey Road attempt"1. to pass a car was c.rryln: ,

S. :301: north of Lawtey. Jacksonville. He told Trooper Mr. Peek pointed out that Surviving Is one daughter heard befotQ!; Circuit Judge; other household, articles If ]1985 Forj:! trurk being drivenby

Acconlint! to the KHP I acclilcnt -- \ Sumlbcig that he saw Bates, the new into applies from He-) Mrs. Laura Klser living In John'' A. H. Murpjiree. Date of 1 I any individuals or organizations Calvin Whltfield. 33. %V. c. T. u.
who was wearing a dark coat the trial has been set. would Ilk, to make con- Starke. Whltfield made n left
upoit) Dates wus up- cember 1, 186i! to all Savings Cuba; two sons Robert F. not yet ,
IIrrAl.nlly wnlKing north. only an Instant before he Bonds old and new. Bates of Lawtey, and John H. I tributions. Shorn are needed turn onto Florida:: Sticet. "ALCOHOL, VIOLATI';;

\fnvn) ) the middle of a two Ijnetret : struck him.TI'ooper "That means," he ,sniil. "Ihnt Bates. Starke; a Sweat Family for a girl and a boy both sizes striking Biewton's car in the OUR STEWARDSHIP OF

oh of U. S. 301 some two I Sundberg said the between 30 nnd 40 million tel', Mrs. Coleen step-daUllh'l! 4'i ; und for two girls sIze 7 right side. Damage to Brew- TIIE MIND ANI BOI>Y. IT

(fiiilcs noith of Lawtcy, when dead man was apparently Americana who now hold more Charlotte N. C.: two stepsons, Needs Assistance and 8; girls] dresses size 7 ton's car was estimated at DETHRONES REASON; DH-

(truck by a north bound trac-I walking north along the center than 49 billion dollars worthof Floyd and Harmond Fugat, Following FireFire and IS; women's shoes size $100 and at $150 on Whit- TERIORATES IDEALS AND

tor-trniler riff knocking; him I line of the. roadway when Series E and H Bonds will1 both of Lawtey; One brother. nix, and dresses size 12. iicld's: truck There were no BENUMBS SPIRITUAL, POWERS Thone

Ida the smth bound lane and he was struck and killed about automatically increase their I I Joe Bates living in Oeor
Inrnr the path of another trnc- 3:45: am. Saturday.No earnings. two SI"t"I'S. Mrs. Dora: Porte destroyed the home of Mrs. now located In Bullington's with failure to: yield. right 96439651Iorida

l.u'-trallei! t travelling u south. I charges have been filed, "Now than ever It'' ,. I Apartments: on N Cherry I
more anKirs; rae Keeling, both 01 J. t Sweat and family about ;
The dui 'I' of I the soiithBi pending further investigation. Is both practical and, patriotic, Oad'd'n.! Ala.; ant: one 3 a.m. Monday morning on the St. Articles may be left Thompson Sheet
there I II
uml, ti"in'k win too! i ICMP) In'' lilt and Run to buy and hold U. S. Savings I I'ranjchlld. Marklre Starling road northeast or at Bulllngton's Studio

slop :I'll't ,,I iMi-niptcfl I IC) niako I A .s&conj truffle( accident, Bonds."" | Funeral] rvlrei were held of Sturke. Furnishings, nr The Bradford County Tele I THE' niGHT POINT for thvay MetalV orles !
theh) <.f In-I f 11 i lick Mi.idinn : Saturday afternoon involved I Under the new rate, nn- at 2 p. m. Tue-day In Jones clothing and all belongingsof graph.THE I you \\rlln./ 'onn In anil Air I ('iii uulut. I.in Tlu..I.I.I | sOlik'l

die the( :i"',-. h)
dratr/ir:/ ..I < 'ii iin I I fp-t. ciounI Just east of Starke on Series E: Bond will return -: I ;
Interment :; Puns :SO'\) I
Gcorze Chl-m officiating Sweat and' her four % you write. Come In andselect BROOK fountain pen. TELE. I
the 1'0.1 I,,iv' iiniic-i, the 1II'l'Ic'I'' Highway 100.According $100 for each: $75 in- \ was In the LawtCY children were asleep at the your favorite KSTKR.: I GIIAPIL I I'liiniinr. ;>!)M02i\ ni r 1-"li ItrIII ControlCHEMICAL

1'/11"1111\, \ 1'v' I UK I ,' 1':,< : !; to the FHP ap- vested after n mRtlll'ltP"I'IOfI Crmet"ry! under direction of time the fire broke out, and BROOK fountain pen. TELE.OKAPII. : II I :. 10 Kist: St.nkf.; Mn 3 CO.
'ident Harry E. Bopp .
i report
Thn rateIn- j
of Beven years. DeWitt C. Jones. Funral .
10! of Tampa, driving a 1962 crease In the caNe of H Bonds Horn -
I I7oto
F'alcon, with five ,
passengers whiih ate 'bought nt face
Active pallbearers were
was rjmmed from the rear will be reflected by ]larger -
OSI value, | Lloyd Orlffis Albert Prevatt,
by another car while attempting semi-annual] Interest pay .
Jimmy Starling, T W. Tatum
to turn ]left off of SR 100

C'Ai: 666Pa onto The S100A.driver of the secondcar ibility ments."Considering features the of Indestruct-Savings I! Sr... Tatum D. E. Boatwilght.Jr. and T.W fi.m

? Identified, / a 1959 as Harold Rambler Norman, was, antee Bonds of and principal the absolute and Inter guar- !, Farm Bureau .1 > WS .JJ

42 of Whltehou.se. He left the est, this Is the finest Savings Supper Draws 1

---- scene and was later apprehended Bonds package ever of- ;;

I some two miles east of fered," Mr. Peck concluded. Large CrowdGood -

whore the accident occured. 20 word or l less, one Insertion MxmorlnK, Ie
There were no Injuries. food and fellowship (minimum charge) 1.00 _,.________ __,
were the keynote of the first -- ------ ?- Per word __ u ..0.12..VJ; $13(1; ( |I"'r .iu. It-fir..t Insorllnn.l.t .
Norman was charged with If not paid In advance-------- I 1.25:
Barber Shop in a series of quarterly family *I :.-> inch i I after first I lii.. -shun.
following\ too closely and with 1'nrili; <>f Tliankt: I'p[ to 50) wuriNinimiini I.IT (
Keyed coded, or blind. ad*
night covered dish suppcr.t.sponsored ,
Slarkc IMj/a leaving the scene of an accident -
I jointly by the Bradford (minimum charge) 1.3.5: ( charge) ----- ------- ;
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N \Vinn-DI\ie INEWS County Farm Bureau I Each additional word over 20.= .-_ :.05: (>\er 5tt words, : IJCT nrd-------- .0..
.._ .. ",..___' .L...
I uini LulLLucmens: Association.List .

Andy Dobson Funeral Services- -- -- Saturday night's supper Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR SALE WANTED OLD COIN3- Ap- [ MAIDS NEEDED: 7', hour

Troprielor was held in the Lawtey school] & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I Ready mix concrete, concrete pialsal] service free Sl'c13n: work day, $21 a week Filnso

For Gus Beasley FIRST BAPTIST cafeteria with some 85: members PaUtK Mock house piers, sand, cement a.er, Home's Restaurant benefit including: paid vacation -
YOUR PATRONGKAPPKIX'IATKl( O*ll The Man From 710 Lemon St.Furniture '
Held In Texas CHIRCII. STARKE their famllitca, and .5 I mortar mix, rocs: steel] Lavvtey Fla Phone 782-9327. .. sick leave und group in-
Keystone"George Repaired
)) enter shell, ''imerock. roof
\ Sunday Sunday School guests attending. E. LaRue Upholstered & Re finish** | gravel lintels. BRADFORD, 1 12tp :310 I Alliance Photic. 06D-3801 Asic
Earle [lOusl] Beas- Phil Cronkhite outgoing I for Mrs Bhnller tfch>
i Augustus 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship MATTRESSES REBUILT) ENOB. CO. Phone 9642521.Sticks ".\ Tribute of Ki-spcct nncllI..nor"
late L. and I manager of the Starke F.'rm- Keystone Height
lev son of O. of Men'sDLY I .
"Maude- MoUt Beasley of 11 a. m Observance Russell era Maiket. spoke on the importance Consultant For All Your New InnersprinKS !. I BE SURE: TO SEE WORLD
BARGAINS! :: ; moderator A. To those who wish to purchase ,-
BOOK befoKbuying any
Staikc. died Saturday, Feb. Norman. Brief messages by I :: of organization and Insurance Needs.Representing and Box SpringsDrop JN1'R.\NPS I I H oomoiiul of beauty other M A.
encyclopedia. -
19, in a Houston Texas hospital Bill Haas. Jimmy Croiby and:! cooperation among farmers Us A Card or Call I AT REnri'EO: : K\TES: I mil .!distirii'Uon cine that "
I icfles. TricjclesElectric after an extended Illness All male: choir. nl-.ct the ner:! for more pro- Great American Ins. Co. FALATKA KA 5-OrSO AfT, FIRE. BOAT Payne youi local representative -
M. B. Jordan. "measuic4" up" to the highestMtanil.iriH !
md (;iaIJeds -( Ranges Council meeting, 2 p. motion and publicity for products Tte Traveler In.*. Co. AFTER R P. :M. I DOYLE: F.:. CONNFR since 1058. Box 626:
Youth : of quality may wo
I Piiotif 9(14-3794( !tfchst!
Kef.Vnsliers! Mr. Beasley was born in m. Youth Choir piactico 5 p. mown in this county. 31 473-4692 Day MRS. PEGOT 8IIAIXEB INSURANCE A(]ENCY offer our services -

& Automatic Starke and graduated from G.I 5. i lIe said that promotions Ini 473-4335 Nltet 209 E. AdUlns St. tfchg 379
Wrintfcrs( m. Training: Union. : Memorial Co. NO.
School], later i the North in recent years had I Auto Hr Home Business sta rk eo. ALuf Ingram
Biadfoid! High
Dishes Ji\ims.. (Chairs. : Evening Worship 7:30: ; sermon Investors SppcIn322\ acres
West Point Military made Bradford County strawbel'l"lrs -; Monthly Fmrmmt Plan N'. Sovciilli:; St. \cl.lu'nl| ToMpniorlnl
entering to Live at Your hluli lolling lani. pine and
Small AIJpHam'cs.Cameras. : "How FOR SALE Good) business \
Academy. He resigned after known all over the MARY CARTERPAINTS CVniet4'ry. IiU>* ('lt>'
Best. and residential properties in oak timber private
Hand :Made I country, thereby increasing the B-wk\ 1 20 661 i
two years there. to enter Monday WMU: Executive COINS WANTEDBUY II Starke Improved and unim lake Best of hunthv! 10 min
Billfolds Dinetls Tires, demand.
chool at the University of Board meeting. 7 p. m. proved. H. V. Knight. P. O ElECTRIC BOAT HOISTS I ute., drive to cltv Just $]00P"I'
Tools and( 1001 other professional Malette Hale of Lake Butler SELL TRADE .
Florida. lie played: WMU general tfclw Small down payment.
I Tuesday Drawer F. City. built to 'dci' Machine work acre
Itemu.Mattress. baseball for beveral years meeting and covered dish discussed various phases of 2 -hr. Appraisal Serrtr* foryour I 01 NO.' :381
Oil-Com- the Farm Bureau insurance old comn.. free of har< & Springs later joining Humble Junior '
tillable 6
luncheon. 12 noon. pall Brown's Repair Shop.Rt 4 ncios 2 roombuna1ow

Open 8 ti> 1 fi) P.M.: any the time in Bay of Town.his retirement Texas. At Choir 3::30. OA piactlce.meeting,Sunbeams.Beginner\ piogram.Farm; Bureau president tonI Keystone Height DRUGS TV SERVICEBy Complete) Line 1.-Box 363. SUike I Kiivjslev tfehg- :Many' out buildings fully furnished.2 miles

Sunday 1 10 f) to 5 he I ale Harley Introduced guests ofPAINTS I.ake I
several] years! ago was purchasing Music Aclh Ity. 4:30.: Deacons fioin St.-i.ke; Only $8,500.

25; I'l. SjMirl.in Trailer / agent for the company Meeting, 7 p. m. and announced that the next MALE HELP WANTEDMenIn ANDSUPPLIES FOR SALE Ten acres on STROUT REALTY

:3fi; FI. 2 UK Trailer Wednesday Sunday covered dish supper will be good health age 21 to 60. 8 Ralford Road.' D. L. Kite Ph. 2117 N. Temple Ave.

Surviving are hisIdow"r School Superintendent's Cabinet held In Brooker. hour day I 5 days week. Two Southern Marine & TV 964-6325. fifn 3 17 IU S. 3011
Grace McMurray Beasley of Meeting. 6 p. m. Player weelu paid Vacation/ state retirement For All Purposes Phone 96<)-340]
McMurraySwap Tax Suit SessionIs Technician LAND WANTED Acreau'.
Bay Town; one son A. EBpasley. meeting 7pm. Adult Choir and Social] Security.

Jr., of Houston a teheaisal. 8pm. I PostponedThe Write or contact Personnel David Gunter Hand and l lal'le i and 1 small tracts cash Myers Power ToolsA
buyer Opome! not'prs ]14 West:
brother. Charles T. Bcasley of Thuis. March 3V.lla.. Department, Sunland Training i I" I nlqii.ulers' ForIjiuimiiiuppi

\ Shop!: Haines City; hU stepmother. tion, ]10) a. m. ant: 7 p. m. taking of additional Center, P. O. Box 1150. O lneavlll Fast Service Power Tools Ave. Woodstown rJ ytn 2 24 l'o\\l'r Tool)

MIS. O L. Beasley. of Starke: -W. A. Hcwan pastor testimony in connection with *. 4tchg 2: 24 ;\i"'('"hush (hahn Sinn,

:r1iIt'slIl1lh j : :; I I on :501()I and two grandchildren pending tax assessments *" uaranteed: Work Phone !ftfi)( 1-8201 8 I months' ill,' IIi'ii'l" tnkp up l'suuuijis| A \\nter :SHtimsItrlirgH ;

Formerly I (ireen; OuStsUestaniiint Funeral services were held' 1l0"".('()\\II\:\ c; sirr: suits against;! Bradford County HELP WANTED II *. Reasonable Hates 3.r:>:'l N. Temple \iiivmpnts: Dahrnci's, Di.sco.iniTtotKO & SI I rut t I"n, iMiulnc'HKrnbiN :,

I Town, Texas.I' AT HMIK.NA: UTIST; has been postponed until FEMALE Sates !Hrr\iie" .
: t Monday In Bay ] *
Age :21 to 54; good health Phone 96MK21
__ _. .. L march 3. accoidlnsr to Tax I zn:!( :NK: huh Ave.
,I Homecoming will r>e onBcrvccl ; : hours day S days week; Min. $1] 00 discount on any Vfntuips ''
.- Assessor Gene Long. I TRANSI'ORTTHNKeep <;iiinim; Ie S7R-3III: I I I
at Smyi nn Mb.sioniryBaptist education 16th grade: vacation -
Lon! Play! Peon thUvvrpkend .
; tfhg.l"csrt
Long had previously been party tOlll'thel'chal'tfor
Church on West Pratt i tick leave, aal retirement I IMPROVED: Blueberries 1 your Dahmci's Discount
St, Sunday Feb.; 17. Sunday scheduled' : to continue giving benefits. Write or see Personnel Woodard and Tlfblue val'le'I a Grrvhound bus Call 4 om iinliirn-'
liaise RENT rr>
Fish and Meat Market : IUol1 on Feb. 24 before I Gieyhound 9K4-
-epo Conwnv
City 11 Lucy(
School ID n.m.Vol'lIhlr. Train HSpcaih:;
Manager, Sunland lies. 12": to 24" plants : : llf'rt rliiplc-x ta! : tim-nt 708rjikr
a.m. Everyone wol oni" I Elder I. attorneys representing the five ing Center. P. O. Box 1150. at farm Hooted cuttinas :'J5c-! 1 4061 or nisht OH4-1044 Lacy $,,0 reward lending to ari-"s' i! st rnll I I IA"

'1'. C. Wllliims, pnstnr.DISON Gainesville P1*. 4tchgl: 24 each E. D Lonsnecker :Mol- Conay Flying Service tfrhj :if lame Furls AniulLfier! stolcMi]
VJEr.-t.EfiD I{ t! SPECIALS I '
--, wrek- FOR RENT Oni and two
rose. Fla. Ph. 475-2093. 4lp 3 3 LURE Oil COMPANY from my store this past --
;M.\ ( !STKI'KT': I end Dahmer's Discount( 'I hertrnoTi tiai'en. AKo for .snip
REPAIR service
l1.\t'1l4l'' ( I III I I lUll( billed Coastal Boimuda nnd
WORK. 17 y.ars experience.Calvin fc'r len.: c Walnut and Marl- Ifruiqo : : : .
u. S. GOOD 12 Wides I I MEN: Oil WOMrMYou : : avall- <'II).5'v. .1. uimc.. pno'ip
964- Paid (.mining
111101..Ii."n) : Mrri-l I Sti rllng. phone 'snii Eta Ill II I Itliii'lma! si. I J4HFinrCPO
HB4-1BM) :
8001 2tvrh 224 can easily acid to 'Oll' i .,olp. Call Travis Mallila Jrirkonvilln Thu'c bedroom CD house 'vlth glenK2

Sunday' Worship Sri','ices: Custom Made family Income maklns uoocl 3i6-1311] ttehFOR screened, purpli) i ioak : PPIC'FH[ P'OHHknt.1n -
floor i
,!, Si'liool!. 9:1. i m AUTO RADIATORS" cleaned
Sund ty :: > a.< In I spate I time
.. For Florida Llvbif money your ]large utility nod: (-111 prU't. Hit ; .; Patties ol I in) 01 more
,.. I Intcrmedi radiators -
:MuimnKV<' 1 II n.m. -repaired. New and used You choose own hours
BEEF SALE! your B HlnkFuliurmiiids .
SAJ.E-.3 brdioom C water and sparhpatci'. papHMippt 'It Flin Spat< llollri
Peo for sale] at
( lies uinlning( bot trailer work from homeFor
Rt More and your hoii'.e I.aise family room. !.. .$10000() d'wlIllIh l>al- ( Slarkc For inform -
4 :4;. Radiator
ple's Choir practice YOU Strobo's Garage & details- write C. R. RubleP. .
closed] K.irnec. c'oublP lot Must A. J. .illou call Oii -!))9014trhK) .
Traininjr For Your $ $ $ anre less I than t lent ,
n 13 St. and
Youth Fellowship, : ; Shop. Corner Orange O. Box NV 2447. l>ej>t F-l
loratlon M A. :231'
Union. fi: I Ii: WMU: Prayer Ed .tU'd's Rd. Ph. 964-5174. Term. 2 132 :.H : Thomas. Realtor Tel. !fl61-1|
No Salaried or Commissioned I Payne. 204 s: Glenn St: Phon" S701( I
Cin li,' 713. 1' \'enlnJVol'lIhil', tfchs '
HOUSD? STEAK LB. 89 nb4- \VA''I'n'C'' : ; a.c botw-i-n
Employ. !fi2701) until 4.30: r. m
'. 7:30.: 3794 after Sand weekend I Ii (C1INT; 10' X li' :JJ-50.! !) mauled' L to inn established

Wednesday. : Prayer and, DAD & BRAD LARSEN FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished HELP WANTED: Automotiveand I tfchu Aluminum P.itio Hoof Iniiiran debit In

RIB STEAK\ { LB.79c Praise Service. 7:30.: Church LIKE TO WORK ; house. Newly re- truck mechanic. Good i i iI only smon }i Starke Good:> pay. Write Box

Choir practice 830.: decorated. Ready March 1. wages and woikin: conditions WE INST,\II. FHH-: I ISf 'I m Take Pity tfchu:

Thui3it\y: Sunbeams ..Junlul' YOU Benefit! I Cor. Christian &: Pratt Sts Permanent employment I FOR RENT-Modern furnish-I .\ ) HI.\lt.\'i'U'f:
.. bedroom < INCOME: TAX SERVICE --
Intcimpili.itc CIA's Pd one
Chuck lltm l OrSTEAK and
Call 9644431. Itchg Mutual Lumber Co. Inc. Box S.ilFncK, ;Mon.8th'. .
330.: IlpRlnner. I'rimiiy: und Central heating. $43 per mo I slier! 5 pm.- All day S.ILCIlUI'If'
124. Hampton, Fla Phon" (;,\f'iF.S'II.I.'SI: (; ( 0.
LB.59c Junior Choirs. .1 I:30.: All Sizes on Display plus elect!leal.\ Call 964-54D4: ; I ilutilv'-on I ( plviie
Ztchz 224: Hoist
1173 BtandinSt.. 9640241. :r.7fi-: K8* Klnr.tid
Nursery provided< A pinefor 8-10-12 Wldes 2tcha 2:14': G9-3J'i5.) ; ; N..w Blandma Rd.
Very nice threw bedroom CBhou.'t Otrhs. 4 7
Kplilcr. L. I No 230.
all asc-H) Ili-v 1 '/2 Baths FOR SALE 7 looms and
I <* with oak floors corner bedroom
RIB STEW LB.49c How in, past.'i.MethodZst'. FOR RENT -- 2 bath larup lot. One mile out
and Expandablea I, lot and paved street. Monthly FOR SALE OR TRADE 63 house. 381] Weldon St. Newly I I ';5;500 WritP JoJ. Fit Ids. FllliK:.. -This Week only

i I payments! $60.07, Reasonable International 34 heavy duty decorated. Blinds space heat- Rt. 3 Box 314. ClendPnin W I the Ith Champion N>'lon

BflIStET STEW LB.45C Church New and Used8Yr. equity. A. J: Thomas, :Realtor. pick up truck. Good term el. gas; stove and. hot water : Va :2tp! :13 Tire IH ISlE': u hen You

: Tel. 964-5701: Williams Grocery. Hampton I heater furnished. one block IJuy 3- .\n>' Size Black <.r

Schedule for the week: financing availableUse I 4tp 317 from school. Phone 964-0354 i HOUSE for lent. Morgan\ White- >s) Trmlf, Nii-clcd.\,

-=Grade "A" Florida Friday World Day o' I FULL 4-PLY TIRES I or 964-1962: Road Call ')(.' -Tn2:! Up All& Tin-.. :Mounted,, FKEK.No ': .

Prayer. 1st Presbyterian I FIRST LINE FOR SALE.-New brick home Obligation. Ciet Our
Our Rental-Pur
SMALL:!: HOUSE for rent. Furnished -
Church>, 10 a. mSuniav chase I ANnTTERIES 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Lake IT'S NO; ( SKCUKTThe : I'rli. .ft.F .
PlanPaymentsUnder VPrv nl'cfnr couple
Church 2h<>rl I AT BIG DISCOUNTWalker' : Heights, P I K S T 0 X K:
Geneva Keystone I H
-FRY R $ lb.33C $jO Per Month Front l-'nd: l Man: _t Kire- n.V Dn'1I1I'n..2;\:))0V.. Wel-
9:45: a. m. Morning Woshin: Shell Station, 43.1; O. Box 703. ltchgGERMAN '
: stone Can Correct (the IJurlln ;Inn ct: P'i"n- IlrH.A17.It I' unfurned
11 a. in. Youth Choir piactlce. : E. Madison St. TiFOR FOR KtrNT-4! toitn -
& L4 :ncliiir Off( t tho HiunlYou
;{ |
4 MYF Smirk Suipet.; clot for :H :t hou2J3:! N. Bay St
p, m. : SHEPPARD pup.lip. Now KiperleiM't: In Drl- FOR SAfE R n: 1 ,.

ACO J Slab LB.65C 630.: Mission Stuly. 7 p m. mmMobile RFMT Apartments and ready to trAin. J. W. Pl\m-' \Inl{. I4itest 'IIIII't:' home or fallpr! <1.2001\0) ( for' tl -lu!
Monday -- nil I Scout I sleeping rooms. Phone 964- Pton. Crawford Rd. Rt. 1 Box Factory Trained Fran End nil 8 or will sell separate FOR SA E1:1: ft. Thermo

: meetings in Frllowship! Hil'[ 4063. Up. 70-C Starke. 4tchi 3 17 i :MCI hnnlr.. flood Term. Williams oro"prv. ( Mntl' C'. frosfpr Cold !spot" Refi -
603. S'l: Troop 606. Home SitesAVAILABLE 4tn :1! 17 :
Troop ; Himrtnn St.
Fresh OrSJV20KE3 i FIRESTONE I : ;''ertMor :*47 N. Church
4:30: ; Troop 607. 5:30.:
PICNICS! LB.49c Tuesday WSCS executive ;
committee meets in Ladles Full Lake Privileges Singer Automatic- Console Model CUSTOM: MADE DRAPERIES Champion Mobl'e Home 12'"I I I WANTED! : <\ --work morn-

Bible Cll1s.-1'oom. 9:30: a. Homestead Furnish samples take 58'. Contact L 13 Yon! r 0 tn 4s and be able to take care
Exempt- SKUINCi.; 'MACIIINK: Xagi blind stitches hnltonliiilcH, '
Zig Shell Station. Lawtev. ltp'
Ceuntry: Pure11 Cork m WSCS buMnss's' and program Financing measurements and hln! ;( I of place] when owner U away

SMOKED SAUSAGE! LB. 79ct7I159 meetlru: in sanctuary I 10( decorates, etc. Original price $SOO. HIM bulaiu-e $68, ..r reliable Phone Cheshire.964-8171. :Mrs 2trhi Park 33 I FUN TIME:\ Skatlnn at Fun I', Must: have own transportation
a. m. : I Phone 004-9401 between e ani:
Spot Roller Rink every Saturday -
Wednesday Primary ani Lake Geneva party In thin art*, can atuiiire $2: weekly payiiwiiU. FOR RENT-2 bedroom trail I and Sunday afternoon. 11 a. m for Bonnintmsnt ItpFARLTON
Junior Choir practice 3:15: I
Prayer Meeting. 7 m. WILL TAKE OLDER: MACHINE IN TKAUR.: Phone I..k- er. Market Road. Phone 9692621. I New hours: 3 to 7 P. m. 40c : : Nfir Lake San-

p. Trailer Sales : S. W Halsten. ltchgI and this ad. Skates tnclnedStchg :! I I fa Fe. 7 Acres Beautifully
.. Thurs., March 3 WSC'Sannual '
"".. meeting at Fil'stl omule COLLECT: 333-1946. Ask for Credit. Manager: WUI I I 310',,: Wooded and fenced.: 6HO'

On Route 100 One Mile SE FOR SALE Duncan Phvfei frontage on art: :200! A. Owner
.. Church in Ocala 10 a. deliver' no obligation. i couch down wood 1 PENSACOLA I ,T. Bennett 11402 Elaine
A m'l Keystone llelfhts : pillows FOR SALE J.
: : WE STOCK -. Chancel! Choir rehearsal, 7:
;: Open Sun. & Evenings i I trim. Need upholsterlnar and Bermuda Hay. Phone Drive. Jackson.llle. 768- 01l3
Ip. n.
.J ..1 1 Phone 964-7984 2tch: :31! OM-793; It$t. ill,; 11. h;;

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wll-: you. .art. h'-n-liy" ri-iinlroil' to ni.rvta iv TIIR ror\Tv' Jt"uri N:'.
<"II"m"nrlnfr nt the InterIM'rtilin i 'I'Y| uf lour utiHWi-r or, pluudln .- coiar IV"\" FOII IIH vnKOIIK -
tlf I the lAW I.tint In I Ihr i omplulnt. on tt>fpluiiiilffM r .Mlil..biirc tii '
H6-ADS ." :,t .unrl hurt In.,1, lf...ml. and faun. .1 r. I I"J "South' x0111,11NIr. ..r. f-Muai'l: '' :M. lnll.I.IN l ,
!1 '"" .' ., "iMiiinlliB KIIHI: nloiiK. ,. HitNurtli ....I, stiii'ldh'lorlihi" :uii'H .ill.I I-UH.'II|.
.J ''! .> : Hlilf <>f IMIWU-V nml.MklitlvliuiK .nml' fii) [11I" ",,'lgln.il I lln-rt-nf II") :NuTH'K- ,. : TH .ciim,:I:' /"n">J iAll i-::;
1 TM'E' I< 51 n Cout&CtL'a t' I ) Itomi ;L'I.I:% fwrt It,". ..riI. ,. uf I tin. i lrk ..r IlifCiiMinl .0,...Inrv. *.f r II" .,.-in, .r
A Little Cooperation Might Help ,',' t a point of iririniiif l !, ., ( l l. .i-oitit,,l I of l 11,11'.1. ,I'M uii. ,ril 1'1. Illlililc- d.] .. ,. .. ,I. .IK
p.J ) :- f Count' \ .l-'ior.ii" i 'II ni< liifioitin ,, ..
I ti *ne< "run Nmth unit iiui.i-" h..I' l\ nolill-il unit r qurvd| ,, > i<*
<5OT& THICOUNCIL ? J II I.Mh' ila, of x111"lr. I'inil.! K
Ih.1 1 will mi,10'' I.uwt.v anil > flitmiv. .ilulniH lor> d.l') ., ',,,l ly
Ifrhlnnil" Komi. Still r.'i'l.t yon full to, ,id, nit. jiiiltcni'-nt' I I l.vill'fun ,. ,
Longstanding r
: and with fires still cooperates with him, and vice versa.For which" they inav li.iv i vw
I henIOtiat: unit 11 will In. .tuln-n aifnlimlMI ,
SPAR E / iKiralli'lullh MiiUl) MHtatH in 'th* orrii i' > I MHisiiiniy -
burning brightly the "feud" between instance, when the Council two .Hiilil. 'MIUII-V, iitnl .Mlcltll >* for tin, ref or ilHiuiiiiiieil. 'inIht .,.Villa..f. MI,...1'' .,,MI l
'. ..lutric It'tatl, no rrt. tlnncHnutli *- i onipliilnt.TlllM .
City Clerk Merrill Edwards and the decided to establish t. ( "'"nIY. I-Morlilii' in Hi.
years ago a separate nml. nirHllikl|, with V Haiti Until..,IMllllii III. pllllllrtllivitoni ,. IIIMIMui. 1'I.rk.1",1.,. i "I' i ,I'-'
Starlte City Council has raged too Utilities Department and to take a l.nwt-y. and Illuhliinil Bunt, "-*' iMii'h, wi-i'k for fmif,,, rot- In Mix' riih-mlHr/ ,nioiii, ,,''hH ft, .in, 'u ,
long but seems to have no end. the utilities billing from the YouCAK'TGOWrK C4iLDRE u 3IM. ffi-t tn I lli<- ;.North; Mill,, ofMII 5erutlre" ui-i'kff In I lie nrtlilriiril, ) Hut. or UK, rust, i 1",1.11',, "i 'H >i'
away N 101| Ixnvtfy .mil Mltlilli'linrK I .I'll.ll"Illy' Tfli-Kniph.. / llllx .....11,.... I Ka I h .1.01"I ..I, .oJ-I Ilolinit
It lias finally reached the point clerk's office he should have been in a lt>.ml.. th0ni-p. wrist aliniK ihi- I C'II.\111.1.11: : ,\. 11\JIll\'. "IlillMt .tif In WI.Kin",. ...miliniiHt ..
where ordinary citizens are invariably on the planning. If the clerk had disagreed r' OS :Non-; I, wlili of until l4iuttymi f'l..k..r. tlm rircitltfVinrt. Mtat,. the |1ln., .,. < ,i r."*UililnH -
,I Mlililli-hiii-y, : lti,>iiil 'in riitin t Itrnrlr.r41, ) ivnin- ,. and pi.t. offli, ... "" ...ftil
embarrassed when they happen to have the Council could have said ? TF ADULT tinpnlni, of >tcinnlnir' g ty Plnrlilii.. ** t'lalmutit 1 anil. nniHt'till"r.1 .. \\ .,.I i u

v\ reason to be at a council meeting. in effect, "Well, we are going to try j lfHH.
l Ul AlHIl d..rl'| b.d' l) .I'liTl uitorni-y,, or n will i. ".1110xitlil
It should also be embarrassing to this. We think it best." The clerk : 0LM"ER PAIN ME NTB il H |Iil.!| ,..k H JIllHl' l.,iwlny, (PIUOIMT( V>fHT In\> puly: "I.> ; a*.i urillntr, I." laxvI'liiKi'iti
both parties to the quarrel. would have had to bow to the Council l-'loiitlu. 11M i miitiiiiil' ,. mill. ,jil.it-, 'rh.,ron A. Van. .1""rll'J : I' "Sli i.uKnifi'tii
,n il upon' Hiliiblli, II. "filH, .Southnlliiil, Mli--i't' ": I I"" Shawil.,,.,,.'"''*' ,,1..1'"r .
The lack of understanding and in but he would have, been consulted. He of llriiilfonl.. i'onni 1), l<*lonila. :Htnrli,., Klin' liln. ''I i-""''lAlluriuy .tinMftiii:. "- "f I'I I: w.n"1 s.
some instances, the presence of con- would have felt he was a part of the HUM iM-i-n- rll.',' ntcalii**! :VHI and. for I'liilntirfH. UILLIr I .dv''me' .1.
siderable ir.111:1t: ':t: 11111(11( :-;' (,'rll.\I. and 11'17l 1 10 1' 17 1 It ) 10
animosity finally grew to city government. lIe may not have I '

unbearable proportions last week as felt he was being "left out" as he apparently I II II

the city's new auditor M. D. WomackJr. felt after the decision was I ?

., attempted to deliver his report to made.In ,

the Council. The ensuing wrangle was turn the clerk's attitude should i '- r'r'i

lengthened to more than two hours be one of helpful consideration for the I

by the clerk's fiery retorts to almost Council members lie should attemptin I

every item the auditor mentioned. every way to make each council-

f Discomfort among the 25-odd spectators man's job easier. i

and various city officials as the As an example take the case of .# ',

auditor attempted to give his report uuditol'Vomack':4: sweeping recommendations I IMPORTANT NOTICE ?

was quite evident. Comments ranged for revamping the accounting -

from "a clash of personalities" to "I'm procedures and financial records I

purely embarrassed." of the city. The clerk should i :

The meeting was indeed a sorry in effect tell t the Council : "I want: to I '.

spectacle for the citizens of Starke to do this: thing right ; tell me what you '

have to endure. While the auditor's want done and how you want it done, I 1r

suggestions might be vital to the :successful arid I'll do my best to see that it is ]I : Atiii,11 Wy lftllilrlll L1t.1 ..,

operation of the city they done right." i ALL (COUNTY

were certainly not enhanced by the It is time to stop involving petty I Will It Come To This?
attitude of the clerk, nor the !Council. politic: in the operation of City H.ill. I TAX HI',I'111NS:

i, Fault can be found with both com A vote is a vote, but the clerk and the ------ ANM) HOMKSTKAD( : ) )) KXIOMITION

batants in the long and ever-worsen Council are first servants of the people. I bination.
argument. City Hall should be This is something that should always
And NOTES Nothing Is more refreshing
run by the Council
with the
full be
cooperation kept in mind.It .
nnd mOle nutritious than a FILED1'1'; \ ) [ YOUR TAX
of the
clerk. Both parties!! could also be true that the best For
seem to forget the word "city" which vote-getter would be the Today's Homemakers Ireshly squeezed glass of ASSESSOR:;;: ON Oil i BEFOm'; ;
/ main efficient 'trapefruit! juice tiny time. TryIt.
isjthe one they should in
most economical, most modern and By Martha Sue McCain It will give you a lift. APJIIL 1ST.

mind.While smoothest operation of the Kind of makes
the Council city that County Extension my mouth
always!! it is possible to attain. water just thinking about HIi I
have the final say as by law it does, Ii Home Economics Agent

the clerk has ninny responsibilities. That, after all, should be the goal i eW'/. ..: : %, THI: iiiuiiroi' I H'"' or

lie cannot) operate with optimum efficiency -and we'll never attain it without ''1'111: KII.HI'n .11 UK. i ti I. i
more cooperation in City Hall. Heie is a brief summary' excellent stuffing for fish.poult'y. ,. <'1111.1'1' 01' I'I 1.Olllll,, lVMI l\
however unless
Council for PLENTIFUL FOOD FOR Iron II II SUF01t lIH >
.x / and meat. Add diced
< NT> IN < II lfill.:
MARCH-: prunes for extra flavor and f L"ii! M 0. l.'l-llllll.: I
. Fresh Ol'onlles--A plentiful color conti a..t. To II. M IIIHtHlllliiillllllll I I
get more!
How Sweet I It Is! supply Is expected throughout milk into children's diets use .and)unl l'"hl IllgghlhulhuIll.rhdnnrra I>4 1 \\ITi' .. CJKNK I. 0 N O ,

March. Serve fresh orange rive desserts and cook the rice TAX ASSESSOR
.if It's been a long time since Bradford Tornado footballers sections In a fruit cup appetizer in milk. -v xISlmrr -
had just captured t Illgglnhnlhum' nmlihtirlinH ,
County basketball or dessert Combine Prunes and Prune Julce-
few and far
the school's first Florida Star "Ih" 1"11.rot.r'nllInIH,
between in recent have orange sections! or slices with Heavy supivly and seasonable! ,
years, really
grid title and '
a basketball crown on other fresh or cannel: fruits prices ac expected to continue MM 1'M f. or HI' ,'r
had anything to cheer about. It was!! top of that especially this season, Potatoes-Serve potatoes In through March. Mined TO. I'hiirli-nH, 1'.lv.,1".1 t '
HlllMHH IH iHHHI'Ul( I llt-l-!
17 H
years ago in 1949 that a Tornado seemed just more frosting than one varied ways for thrifty meals prunes. give a lift to fruit cup <-..y. l.iHll, nhlip) .

basketball team last won the old Su- cake could take. with high nutritional value: applesauce and breakfast van. CIIAIU.KNH: PltlVIITT.lire ,.: \
1i,.....hy rintirietl. I Ihtit' 11 oinplnlnt -
Wannee Conference Championship.So But Coach Adkinson likes to win Use: spices and herbs to enhance cueals. Fur a salad or appe to rire''liB) u rt.rlulnmurtirikKi

Friday night February 18, 1966, and Bradford fans flavor and appearance.. tlzer pit prunes and stuffy "n I the fi>llo\vlnK' il"Nt I ,
sports always
will be appreciate Suggestions Include basil ba with >,ill.Hil, proportv" HltifitA' in
a big one in the annals of cottage! cheese or a mIx- ,, I.
a winner, and apparentlyeven 'liriiitroril ( ''''UlIY. Kl> rlila, I"
leaves celery seed tarragon ture of cheese
Bradford High School basketball his cottage!!! ana
the -
cagers themselves' or thyme cream cheese: with .lemon juiceto
tory. Coming
unexpectedly to say the are beginning to appreciate the sweet Eggs Prices are hlffherthan ta&tj.l .

least it made the Tornadoes' first taste of victory.In last year but continue !1\I.\I-I\I"-" C!OOIJ!

championship!! of the new, tough Florida a pair of "must" wins they de- reasonable. Eggs contribute to Consumers: may soon be

Star Conference even sweeter. feated their most vaunted and toughest Rood meals and good nutrli- able to buy fresh peaches at

,""f i It was essentially the same team rivals, Palatka and Lake City, to tion.Peanuts the height of their color ana!

BUS fielded last year when it established take the league title. They did this and Peanut Pro 1 lav or.
ducts National Peanut WeekIs Made from I fresh fivestonepi
a mediocre record. Its 13-10
after being beaten CHEVY
once by both teams PICKUPS
scheduled for March 2-12.
record this aches; I that ute too Ilpe U.
year was not much better.
coming from behind to beat Palatkaon For a desert dazzler 'te-ss up :hlp for th.; fit.ih market, this
Coach Wamey Adkinson in his!! the Braves' home court and badly chocolate vanilla and butterscotch new product can be )lukl i fur

first season at hitS has had no time beating Lake City before a gym full]) pudding with topping about 12 'eko--Lluce! times

to develop, any talent of his!! own of howling local fans last Friday. of cruihrd peanut brittle A !longer tuaii fieoh whOie

strictly speaking. True he is a basketball BHS students seemingly their most :good sandwich filling Is made caches will keep.

conch with an established winning l bv mixing equal parts of
lackadaisical fans gave them a stand- The new placets Involve SMOOTHLY
record but most everybody expectedto ing ovation Monday\ when they took chunk-style:deviled ham.] peanut butter and washing peeing and slicing RIDE

wait a year or two at least for anything the floor against Gainesville in the Rice Packaged milled riceis the peaches packing; them In
bier.Bradford!. wide-mouth glass jars, covering
final regular season contest.! It's been t amoru the better economy .
High is also in its third many a day since that happened fool: stems Rice makes an them with u light syiup
and them
: piolecLjiiK: with a
year new Florida Star Confer-
Congratulations, Tornado capers! weak pie.scrvatlve. Refrigeration -
ence after being unceremoniously As the big bnnner unfolded bv the whether the county plan Is leciulreri because the

booted out of the Keystone Loop for Tornado cheerleaders when victoryover to put up an agricultural peaches are not cooked 01

winning too many football championships Lake City was assured last! Fri- building at the fair grounds lu-ut-tieati-d" us In the cure; of

Rut BUR never captured the dav night attested : r.nditate market PI'OP"l'tv .lInnIIlJ/

Keystone basketball crown. How Sweet It Is'Farmer's I County A'jent George Hii"- As tnarkcfd. the product Is
"Ini nske.1: that It bi local' ultcd for any of the dog'ii:
Uirie.! to provide an !nvrlrtil
i '
"h'eh') peach" uses -- f'.iort':
I i tonal comr'cx which .sul
he : ll
against leaching rains by th"< rake peaches| ) sad: cream
would be the best; of any lithe I
rx-uch uhlo' !salads ant:! topliu -
Diary plastic mulch)1, and with n I tntl'. uii'l it sounds UK? '
tl "
for iti. The
. I break from the weather! v"' : new
By Sam McCarvey still have may a good: crop in .
time for the market season it bother uf piein: ; and sI-:!:
When yo'i conic! It thl-i'c! r
enough to provide plenty of But the timing Is so close( ; :njf.;: -
It. though, q.--'sllom! h H'ITIP --
moisture for span planting.:: tl-at many growers are wor- W,' can lank; forward tl< -
thing w"ain't 11'ltlll1"ll'e : '
and to wet down the woods: to ried as no far they have taken got/ inure unj: he-Hi food pioJuctsthruuiih :
but" today: arid miy'athat's -
minimize woods fires. In practically nothing / I"S 'uichAM 5
5 ti't so had after at'romJiireJ .: ) !MOHK; TOO! I IMorlda
t') the doldrums u'' 1
There has been some plant- But the most frequenthasked nothing happening but OVFather grapefruit. II.JAT I d' -
those who "dare question out In ttu (.lenllful uul ut its! peak of
ing done, by TIme !swinging away
the frosts.;" but for the most t tII country Is: where will the t tluvor and perfi-ctl, udj.t a _
I courthouse be locaU'd' -paikliirta.sle, ): :; treat for any
Purt. the farmers are waltma: new jw -
Ana! now we Lave: the proloal treat. !
for the earth to warm up. 10 We heard this tongue-in-
: that In'tea'l' ofjui
The hour of daylight are II matter what the calendar cheek suggestion! this week-! BfiilJt-s' saving! It ti I IU original
lengthening the old sun 1 b ounty controlling or 'e re11-<-
: They know from exp<">- put It right In the geo Ira :state wfell-chilled: and:!
says. tti ? food production that
In the sky we
climbing higher fence that seed planted In phlcal center of the county cut !In half "glamorize, It and
t-uoh day. and one fine day I iro to work en bu II rl1n'r It 1'
wet. coM soil do nothing but out In the New River section dress It up.
eoon spring will be here and that Idea lines through, we
lit and shiver and finally Ket( .55 To glamorize grapefruit'
know theie'.s lot of land in

fcut.everything Including will the be politicians budding: discouraged! .and. .rot away. And as another the county one that comrnls-Inasmuch Bradford County a that ha golden broil UI bubbly ape:I'ult with halves any until one ii A BIG REASON WHY THEY'RE LIKED BEST !

who will heat things up in a hen tak n out of productionthat
friorry.: Aside from attacks by, ion has narrowed the quei- could be planted agaIn of several toppings spoonful -

doing mites, well the berry and all plants we need ar is tlon the dawn pecple to vote three on sites*rheachoice let: '. 1 buttei of-brown orange marmalade sugarcoated a Smooth ride is one big reason why Chevy is America's most popular pickup.

jter We've--cold had enough a cold to kill wet oft"."n.a tor a few warm days to turn. at the. next. .election. So It through looks ns a complete though! we'vtgone Cy- !I pecan clnnamon-sugar.mixture: a sprinkling country. link of I You get true independent front suspension; front wheels that step lightly
the fields white with
lew billion Insects and bugs! plants should have plenty: : Another question that I' cle,. which wh"n timed many van I Inuo. ?ausu e.or bits of chopped over bumps. And most models provide big coil springs at all four wheelsto
l brln'sn ( In an effort to
ut not the kind that ; 1 I unresolved, so far as we know r'onI I j bacon.

: colds and sniffles and vet of fertilizer left (protected I trol production that! olgs be it knocked was advocated :! In-1| Dress. 'up grapefruit for des- \' soak up the jolts. You get a ride that's ideal for

- '--q the head. 1 Bert For gently a spIcy toss hot grapefruit grapefruit camper duty as well as work a tough suspension .

I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Nobody liked that idea very i sections and sliced: pitteddates proved over the past 5 years on rugged jobs. Try a

ESTABLISHED 1879 much (especially the plssl.: with grapefruit juice

at_ as the goal of every farmer Is I, seasoned with cinnamon smooth-riding 1966 pickup at your Chevrolet dealer's. NO. 1 WAY TO WORK

4 1:. L. "MATTHKWS." EDITOR AND PULI.MKI: to produce as much as he can brown and grated lemon rind

I but what good is it if it cin't'I' Baked uncovered at 350 degrees Talk to your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.

!"LOltID" OLD ".T WEEKLY NIWCPAPCM PUBLKHID CON. be sold? Everytlme we think ,, for 30 minutes. Scatter _....m........__._. ...... __ ,. _. _._nu_.._____ ._
TINUOUM.V UNDCM THE SAMC MACTHCAOPU of the problem. we get con :i chopped pecans on top before u'.i! alit

fused. so will; turn to a more rcrvrnjr..
Immediate one: how toCe/ : Fresh grapefruit salads are
POST OFFIC AT STAKKI. !FLA. UNDO ACT Of. "MARCH" a. HT.. the Puddle Jumper out our ,|| sure to please. Juicy tangy WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.

driveway: which now looks grapefruit segments gently ,
like the middle of a swamp. | tossed with crispy salad greens
OtJTSIDID TRADE AREA ONE THAR 14.OO . MX MONTHS 320 jI j! make for an unbeatable com U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLA. PHONE 9 I.3900BRADFORD
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FIGHT nnAnronn COTTUTV TErrcr.nArn. MTAHICK. m.otirnA TntmanAT FEB. g., 111118

5, at 7 ii nil 1 8 p.m. j putting/ the bull In the bitsket. |I ,...................., .............. yy..9yyl era I Hospital last week.8TOKK .'.MI, ri.>iiIIV III.... \I leI<- mi' .:.I'll\ Ini,'lion Dili .k. -

lit KiMtml ScheduleThursday .. nncl walked away with u 46 ,' uf 1111"1""' |" "" I 1- 1I.I.." C.IIIIM I It. KCVIH. in,. SMI,,,",,,,,

I RECREATION NEWS Feb. 21 4 p.m., i to 24 win. Southein had 3plnyeiH SHOWER hhl" ,un "| |1",1 ,,,,,,, 1.' '111",, "J.' I '.Iet_ ,In. I'lty uf llainiitiiii"' )I.x;
Williams Kingsley Lake Mrs Wanda Clews. Mrs ..r "I"l\"lk" 1'11I11'111101' f'' '" I IK.
Jewelry VII Conner. ; to hit twin U lurell. { Bayless Hiway "
Pansy Richardson Mrs. Jan- ....'1.11 II.: II ilulil "f \IllY' 8111It :.1/4
I Friday. Kob. 2,1( 4 m. n. H"'I-j
p. Klciyc! Ullpln. 17 : J. liny Chasteen. "1.1. I ,li> JUIIi-lUltl ("r"
Staike Builders" Supply VMStiuku 14 and Robbie Smith Ice Joyner and Mrs. Lillian ."..1 '-.
>| *H'H. i'lty I.Plall'lI II mid Chink i : !Aim. R. Jly Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ t ,
< Mason \\llh 111.Stmnv }. llarilwuie.llulitiini M. Nnrto* Conner were hostesses! at H I Mill!'IlIlllCH. :in, I" 'I. '

f'Iua"'pl."hll". | Tourmiinentflu I CrigK* l'-'d': &: for the 11. I
lloyw IliiMkc-tliull( with 10 points. II
Bombers liiLecl l- ,
Keystone u< Olllu'I. I IC1ICIHII Thursday!! night hOIlOI'1111tII'II.! 1
in the finals of thi* .,I'liiiriiuiiii'iit. 1'limit.* \ In u battle of tho two top Standings' I lend, of lilt half) : ....A..A..A....... !I 'ReV. Peavy filled the pulpit' Vincent Kelly at the home ofMrs.
teams, in the Southern 4-0 Bradford
Caiiovahunded ,
league Discount
it' League ClDiniplonnliipi Tht Championship' jr.mieswill I : SIIF.UI'LE 1 at Bayless Hlway last Sunday Conner.
i urnnmenl bv' vvuHoping tin; bu I < I Cioni; their tirst defeat Barbers. :3-1 ; Register There
pl.i.voil' Wtvlncsil.iy at KlngHley Lnk Baptist'|I morning. and evening. CANT
the 28 to 18. Canovapulleil Oil 2-2 Chamber of Commeice. The party rooms were decorated
of -
'cos 49-It in the opening' I MIO::! > pin. und wil pit year ; Church: Rundny School 9.431H : I wall good attendance at both
l"y-I with fall flowers. Appiopilate -
I II ) their record to 4 and 1, 1-3; Lowley Recreation
int. "tt theHrst round of I the Mi one! winner of lI'oAulur .m.; Morning worship 11 ,n. ;i services.Mr games were played

i urnuniont The Jayi; ecu HOII play, iift.thiHt, rj.iKk'ii their only lims. being to ( .
CanovaI'PjI"t.'I'P'1 Schedule lhlM.k
'!" ..11 the game for ubouts IteslaiiiMiil, loser only lo KeyHtone. I piovions meeting. : Tuilnlng" Union, 6'15: p. m.: of Gainesville were guests of lefieshments served COVER

< ,Minutes, na they.led Jn the Tills {;iiinu pintiilsi'.s: tohe '! the Hist Held goul Saturcl.iv. Feb. 2rt Kefflater > F.venlng'orllhlp., 7:3O: I'. m I her patents Mr and Mrs. C. were
,ninnU's of the 1st < i unit was never behind thioURhoiit Oil vs Southern IHsccmnt, 11 i iam. Mrs Kelly tereived many
IUlu'.0 a I spectator's, delight us [ Midweek\ Prayer Service Wednesday <1- C. Crosby So1turday.I .
the Gem Bradford Bathers beautiful' and useful gifts asa
vs. :
mil 1-3 but n.i SODII jjnme althoiifch
the) tun 1 pun-Ion* ginncx: be1tween 7:30: Choir Practice FAREWELL SUPFKRMr. :
i) ih<. lust bioHk peiioil l wanCt.,1 these two wore nbout II| )pulled within :2 points of. the Lnwtey Recreation* 12 noon.Women 8.30: p.pm.m. Rev. B. T. I and Mrs. T N. Norman memento of the occasion IT ?

lend Hevernl times. Cent tiall- .
/ llnullngInwtriirtloii
( t Keystone promptly 119 much na anyone could lI.J4kfOl' I Peavy pnstor. "Come let II"1 11'el'e hosts at a favewrl! supper

it 'mi ,icliun, nnil,' nt the Killing; on this jriimo will oil. l-6 going Into the si'i'ondqii.iilt'r worship together." Thursday night honoring .XITK. .i.: 'in in:niIN ; >
ttii 1st li-.il, 11- rec-I I and I 15-10 lit halfjtlliu The P.uka, and UecieatlonI I I 1111'11'1' 1'111'1'I..
i cjuaitcr I -
>t be the distinction,, of beinjr Be u In h Baptist Church: MI'''. Rudolph; Sapp who left' .
In -. )Km: h team accounted<1 foi' I liepnrlment will sponsor a I <'01 v."i" I-I.OHIII,11i .
i \ never
us ognizecl as the City League.Cli.implons \ I Sunday School' 10 am.; MornIng Friday for her home in Savannah i I' c lIl'C fiiv:' ,
II l In the 3id instiuctlon class fOl'1'om..n
)points cjunitriMiKl bowling
in''I i point (In. Keystone of 11H\>6. I ITiophies \ Worship. 11am.; Training Oa. "i'.I-.. ;\1;>" I '\1ltMiiiniiix '

'I'' ,,1 (the hull f : 27 to 11 will be awMided< lo t Cunovn led 1 21-16 an thoquniter \\ starting Wednesday.March Union 6:30: : KvenlngWoiHhlp : Those enjoyln this sffair .r iiiitiHrii.'' iMiiintirrVM

i-ml,, the 3id iiinli ended., Ciinuva hit foi. 2. nt 1:30: p.m. ut the pm. Huh I: I! Hlllnilll. I .Ii nillilll'
"1 <> ; tile uml. '
Ch.iniplon 1'lInn'rIIp.A 7:30:: Midweek with Mr. and Mrs. Norman .
j .
I p.m. I : >Tii'R 'I'll> \ I'IMIITi ':
7 In the linul I peilod IInllll)
i spint In the oonMolitlim' KIIIIIU will Pinver Service., Wednesday' I were Mrs. Sapp. Mr and MisIoyd > luiili 'il IlllllunlVMU ,
tov ilk with tho holding 0"111 i lo 2 points, and uomen who would like tll< learn I 1"1.! l 11..11'1.1' I I h ,Mi '
i nwuy ei'piletho Champion.MliipR.imu and family and mi' f '
pi Rev. P.. L. Tuggart.pnstor. Paduett .
.IIItiOH' Showed II I the 211- HI vicloiy"' .. moved Canovn to bowl nnd hnve fun Whll..1 Miilt for | il\ .irie.. liii.. i ilie I" "
II ]I" 1 and will in.i lull the ..I.ivecos and -
Welcome. Eldon
"Kveryone ?Ir. and Mrs. Sapp! ,
,attend. ) : ; "l tiHfllliHI vtiil 111 \III iii'>''>''
.. into first tie with doing It nre invited to
i.."ii iv( im-nt 111 their tie- iifi'.ilnst. Nation.il Uuaulat HlCIlt.\L MIO\\KK win Joe. and Oerald NOI'mAn'i iniiiitd. "I-IMIII' unit' IIIIIHI mill' "..>
(!cm with eurh team having Instruction is free and coffee ,
ph\> but wc-ie nimble 7 .in. I bilcloelett .ir<* "ipiinlri.tl' in *' rM1" n i "|i\ "if
p accompanied
Mini Primadon Cole Mrs. Sapp was .
h the bonidi !. only one game remaining in will be erved.IJllwlhaCMp"l..r. mir unwwiM'* m iiii-mtl. < *,, "t'I '..
< point on .Iris. riKtiill/: I.i'ilKiiiVllllinm / nt n home Mrs. Norman and ,
.. l'I'Kula I' HIM.son Chai, 'lesiind lt<" K was by I intiplii. ini nn I li. I'I..I"IIITI<
play / )
,1 l with
1 i I'' 11 i' Ke.VHtono \ .lotteliy,, llnlslic'il 1\ I el In, nii'lI
lovely shower Thursday evening Oerald. I IMrs. "n i"IHV Mnn : ''i n
Huw11 1 led .\net l llrln.. .
< Kenny Chitty
I' : \\ hiliMill Coilwin;", the HoiiHonvith, .in fil! tinrl, rimil in Ilii-nrrin '' 4
ri'ffiil.ir I
JoAnn nnd
of :Miss Faulkner
home .
at the Harry
', ,, llli .ItlM'Cl'S.' I1l1l1h'l1I Ish,1, 3-0 loi-oid.. Conner Cunova scoring. with I II* and 1 8 A mixed bowling league for I I Illl. I ll-rl" ..f 'till' I 'Ili'llll" '"" I II Iiiti Its Easy To Borrow From Us ,
:. i I,. I ill ( ::iiilonm T.e"lau- Insin'iinrc! h"A'ameVII." i points. I Dejm Johns nnd
Ins Blown hnil, 1'II..h for Cjem. nnd 18, orgnnlzntlonul meeting I H To Back Too! j jJun't
ti'iin' put ,on mi offonsivci IlinisIhiril, vi<'llni 'fhm..I.IYIICl'l'Ili1l1n. 1'arrlsh.C.jmcs. I Gainesville Thuistlav.Mr ll-UHtl'illH. <>f oHI,1 <'nllll"' lllllll Easy Pay ,
In an exciting .lIffhllnlcrwhlt'h will be held at Starke Lnn-' I !to. (Hlfin. B" "l-Oliri-KWll I li, '"!1I
i f, us Ihcv 'ilonii' ..lishoil the \ 21-13: The Conner. nnd .
refreshments Ci-osbv
were plajcil / and Mrs Bobby
wi-nt into oveitlme, es Monday< March 7 at 7 : I Thin'' nulli-i Hllilll l I.e lilllillcli' I Ii iimount flf la\cs
pl.iy p. (the > !
i.,,11'1'" 67-2:1:: [lo Milviuirt' to I IIPin I till: 'IK wo'10 iible, to roinl.iin the were served and.1 and son and Mrs Marie Ellx1 i up,.<"> "mil ".i>i..Ii fur fmir ..,,- "train 1(0 ro\cr. your 1

i "if the Toul nlulI1I1. This.. I offensive, ifrmlH. of \Wllli.iinsI : I A hc-\vs noseil 1 Koch's 23 ti> nt. All boys IIn.1,11'1.. /: .. attendIng enjoyed by evciycmc; Mi'..s 1 I *( of Ocala were vlsitlnx Mr. |1.1\' '"- .......k. .III I III- lllMllfl.nlIf our Interest t rale( is j-o( l easy, ,

'ml, it \\.,i.s never" in iloubl :isne I for .. Hist l\\o iiiaileiH| of i 22.the. .\inlii vvav >until MM leil,tho tinK.IIIIO linul: nil'- / to the bowl meeting one free will game be allowed after Cole received many biMiitlfulnnd I and Mrs. C, C. Ctosbv' Sunday 'I':Hit: :I':il Ti Mil;'li'iti* ;I .Mil iit'liI :,I;:'.''liO, "f !I"', ,I'll" 11! it will ,pay >'IHI to borrow from us. Sound credit

i ,.i din \led 17-0 'KOIIIK Into' | pi" "iv. ami liinleil I-'I: nt M ill'. j ji : t >t' unit hnd to conip from, quniti hv- the meeting. If haven'tlearned useful gifts.There and attended the funeial of in"v', 1 "Hill' thiit'H" all it takes" (to borrow the amount )'ou '
-, :JW-7 lit i \'iIIl.IIII" oiitxroiod, Ciinnrr. \III you I1, si 1'.1: M.I'
l' il 'I"UI.t. ami I
twenty one back arrantred to suit
weie piesent Mr. In Worthlmton need here. And injf
I In hln.l to til- the ,;ante with afieo to bowl we'll teach Seay ,i-ll Mtl.l'H: \ DMUIVi : pi> !
i i 1\\ All live oC> t.inlin'sIn in the .,iil pel I.nl. lor u 1:I-I'' Including, those frnm out Spilnqs Sunday nftemooti.Mr .'.. lOr tin ,fin, .nit i '"'"i"t tl.t comfortably. Call for
thiovv. .nnd. endwir monthly budget(, an
'in double IlKUM's '!'i, .id. nnd. finished'' I h.I"!: '''! of town. Mrs. :von Cole, :Mrs. and Mis Sherman ,i-li.irlix, .\. I""" '" ''J', ''k'
i 1I\.IIII1It'I Aniliows led, Ti-l ntcml bring your girl, filend. ( in. Our courteoiiM
.' 1 17 It 1 I in appointment t or JUH" come on
'mi r",in, (iiiililli lulling toi with ID piiints' in 'the 1111.,1, :Maude 1, fJillen "114., Lima Cole and ohlldien of JII hBpl'lng
und 1 'TIIIII-. ,. UK- 2:11:1'In.: : .' I of quiii'tor one. 11 10 K ath.ilf Sr. Ho>s BasketballTournament Ciosby credit "f'h'cr'l11I' be /"Jail to help you.'
i'I I D.'I"i >! !1:1:Idoi< (|iiiiili-i( fui "nI time, nnd, 1(1( to 12 Kolnjc Play nnd :Mixs: Marie Coir, nil of !* were dinner guests: of

inv Millov lit: Mike Sexton I Kill, h \.is hl|>h for I the. \\ln- Lake THE: RIGHT CVtTNl for KM
| City and Mis. O.
Into tlio 4th Koch'squickly In the his parents Mr
peilod. opening< of the
noisilli 13 points. Kohtn :same .>F.1t snsI.S war 7.. wrrl..... C..iw.i In an.
Sunl The State Bank
E. Crosby : y.
bi'Knn' to cntch up nnil single elimination Chnmplonhlp Community
\\'I''n i i and Run. I'ouyvllh\ | Mrs. J. C. Woolen IIpentwp..I. Is the select y..or f.Y4>Hte. E TF.W
went nhend 1 lit to IS with only Tournament TerwllleKRI Mrs J. L Johns on .
!i nn.I A pulnts loil. the IUllc,'" ... In Atlanta I BROOK) FoiirlmU" Fan. TELECR.VPII. !:
'two visiting
We all wish
a Ji'W secoiuls. lemalninK In Motois earned the llxht tck list this! week
iiol' 'ill .'fClIIl. .I OF STAIIKKMHMHKIt
of Mrs.Jessie
EfLORiDATHEATRE On recently guost
iis .
tinKIIDIO when )li.inny Luke to play In the finals bv deleatlnn her a lapld recovel'Y.Ml's.
In (Hie most\ PXI ItlnffIr 1\ Wooton ami Miss CllhI / |
K'LIUI' George Alvaiez: I is! rerupeiatlnn -
went to the foul line with nchiince a name Hunt Shell \ P. I). I. C.
Supply edged, Staikellaidwnio I Wnoten ictiiinoil home with I In Alachua UeI :,- TFIFGRllnlt I
I shot lolled off the llm and tlon of the llnal I qu.nter the eye surgery
2'l-2"' : 1'h: < iiaitoriis her for weeks visit.
> :
| a .
the I"'P""III'Ion/ Mr, Lukens itame was plaved on equal'teims I --= = = = "
-- --- -- -- -- --
\\' phiMil, on rlu.se, terms. i "h'". Chester Wood, nttendod -
he* li.ul. to ninke the /nil inipiutiint with neither !tenm able -
ShowtimeWeekdays 7 with 3 point H lii'Inj tlio WjfKe.stulvmit.igi ,a biithdiy, lunrhoon |I"t
2nd shot he ,did, i to I
enjoy a com foi table lead
Sunday :t00. Saturday 1 ,enjiived by oilheilo.ini !, Wednosd.iy. nt the homo oli i
nnd tin. K'inie vent into overtime over the other. The fhst quni- !
The 1st. ,
I Koch's oiilsi' ori-d Anh'w'lI :, ter end."d In a 7-7 tie. TPiwllleuar |
TllfU., FUI.. SAT. \mill each tuuini hiving: :seoied, 7-'J: ] The luncheon honol'lnJ11'11.: :\ .
In tht Hnnl\ / poriml. ncoiecl 13: points In th" J J,2nd
Feb. 21. 25: 2K) 17 poinl.s' In the! 2nd, periodIfanhvnip I K. <*. I'ookle of 1.vIII"ne11"
but Andiewn piilled the vie- : _
niiaitFi"] whllo Huist vr-oi- :
)Double) Feature "rn ram olitsioiod" I tile IJiiiMits 1 p !; iittonderl" by Mis." Finnk; Pilco.Mis --_ --=_ .-.-'-=---- < ,.-.
toty out in oveitlme. I'd -
sccirlni 12 IInct Ti'i-wlllraar" held a I
7 to H to hold. u hnlc-tl1l1l' I' : ((1I'III'IClllltmllnn/: nnilAfis.
11'\\ polnti. to Koch's :.1 unit n\ 1 20-10!) lead nt h.ilf time. In the : '
ll nl I i nf 11 t I to 11.: The, """ol'in"In Phillip Clink nlso of Air ronditinnintr-Heuting I
point Mill, nnd hindcd:" I Kmh'M, :h':1:I period\ the Shell boys inov.rd : ;mty! Academy( T.APIES WEARCherry's Office Eiiiment|
(Ow :3id pel'toil (lioppeil. ol'fvlth I Keystone and Mrs. P. E. Grlf- |
A STORY Ihrlr nth loss iiK.iinst no winsKoih'H nlu'ad bv limiting! TerwllIrisar .
VJuililoid' Supply ninvlnii: Us of Stnike.Mi RUSS PIKER
his bor-li re.il h.iid, POWELL'S
n I
to only 3 points nnd Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT
WITH HEART the id 1 l II(> (to 17 iis tlie, iiinloiiMiiled | -. nnd :Mis. luck tenm losing thieo" oftheir held n 25-23: lead Boliiv' Into
In (he lin.il ieriinl|,, the and, Itnniol Clews of Stnike & Air Conditioning Beauty Academy
I games by 4 points: or the lliml peilod.! Telwilleaar i Heating Oalne HilildelH, pit' 'hod, up 10 bl//: less, Aniltew'n. record Is now 2 was not to be denied and were Sunday dinner guests. of SHEET METAL Address For Ladle Bmtth-C t I )points nnd. although;: HI.likeHiKlUiire : Mr. /nnd, :Mrs. Gerald Crawford Learn a Pro"S( >sloa In Your
nnil :.1 Keith Thomas was the- tliilitliiK! foi' "ul'vlvalbr.tltn Residential. CommercialliuliiMtrlal
niinle, : nnd Spare Time. Full or Part TimeDAV
< it rommo.nilnlile "on'l.Mr. DRESSES-SUITS-COATS
I top J Rim: for Andrews vith Iflpolntx to pull nwnv from Hurst f In-i Clary-V1or-Totalla
and, Mrs I :M.irtlnnnd
effmt they fell xhoit.mil allY
'! whili-, Kent Ciniidun.. hit i IMilntroim, \\ Ith 14 bid Sales. Instirilittlon. -Ser\lre & KVKVINO: : CK.\SSES MATERNITY:'\ WEABACCESSORIES AddliiR Machines. Calculator
(the 4 hid: Sundnv
dioppi'il lontesl by fHmlly us
) fi.r, 7 for KOI h. I points,, and n 37-30 toiuna-\ 2702 N.E. IPth Dr.Oaineaville SA.LESSERVICE- REITrAL
low Tuition Terms,
,, : : KdwaldCinwfoid ,
|i'till Cniil! \ H.\I.h\ ; nnd guests Mr. and Mrs I
HlaiiitiiiKi: fiem.: 4-1 Pun- mrntietoiy' Joev Rcespwns 372-0714 SAVE rL'\JE-dtRMlH yoor' r*.
Ann nnd Pen
Ci.nwfoid thevln
p.ieeil' 1 d.mjhtcr.;
ov.i,, 1-1 Amlic>ws, 2-3; 1.h'8 : the top point maker for Teillleirar '- : 219 N.W. 10th Ave. qulrementai with n* flrnt.S28 .
noiM with 13 .nnd l 1I> points.Sh.non ny of Gainesville.. AUTO SALES&SRKVirE; ) (: 7 VV Unlvemltv. Crfl.MOKILE "
0-:> I : N. Main St. OatnesvtU
'.\ with 14 while
Eddie .1 (,ial"II." \ ., 3711-U6/J/
Unwell and Anne Terrtllli' Rev. nn,111'14.: Jim Itlgdonnnd
N'h..IIII.. Thistk 'l hI>n """_ '
Oouulas picked 12 for the I
.ii piikod up most of up sons of Jacksonville, were

I the ]luNer.s' poinls with 12 nnd, litn to the Oionp Toiirnuinont I loseis.Rhoden's. Sunday dinner (juests of the Barkley Motors, Inc. CHAIN SAWS ; ; HOMKSMUSTANG "AINT & GLASS :

11. hoins plnyed lit Bradford Texaco an1 H. C K :M. Notion family I TRIOMTH

Final league "tainlinKs ltl>rh School Cym no B.mtiimor I Wall teams with Individual :\11'. 11",1Irs.. LI"ydral'.v: FIAT A. .
: & J.
,"Ir. win and lost recoids In Saw Liddell Paint &
l.enpiie .
jr.inie:* will be regular ; und childien, HFLI.MAN A 8CNBEAMOLVO
Willinn,,!. ;I-U(): Kluiltp Bulldeis WPIO supp..rIt'II"HI" Mobile
I 2-1 Ntnrkc Hiuhvnie, pliiyerl Pildny nljfht. All Kanvos season plR V. squaied off of Mr. and :Mrs\ :\M C.Jugg.lr \' & Mower Co. Homes, Inc. Glas
will I ho. plnyed, Sntnrrtiivnioinini In the j.erond !name of the Co.
[ In .1' I
i Salur- We
I 1-3: : Cnnnei" Insiiiiinoe, 0-3. Spectollr* In Joe A n m comaker
I ("liiiinpiiiiiHlili.. | ToiiriiiinienlA ;; hi', lnninjj nt 0 am.S.iUndny. i evenlnz.\! flvhtln-i for the ilKhtl I II (IlY I: oVI'nlnThp/: event wns n BALES et SERVICE: KYANIZE PAINT '

Fob. 23;;: CnnovnH | to meet Terulllcgnr, for the I combined hiitluliy celehiutlon Factory Trained Mechanic << Chain Saws Skyline Hivlora .
I single eliniiniition tournament I GJallll Mirror fllldln f nnn
\' ",...h. It n .rn. ; (;Jem v.s An- championship. Fiom all appt'al'An'e'l. I for little 1lIl'en M, and hoi *
.. to Uetpimlne the flieWH 10 'I| 'j ey U' CLEAN USED CARS I SAL :S & SEnVICK Tub Enclosure* RhnwwDoors
n.1 mluiilor 1. Rhoden's CAme dpteimlnrd : grandfather. : A1- C.ipclla Cavalier
Ouggnr I II
I.oasne. will bo ,. UOS Windows
: Ch.imp* pi i veil N. )MAIN: Awning -
Ito.tH. llimkrtlinllIn to win the ball aame i ias so in town for the occasion I Repairs! & I'arti All Makes
I .it the Armory staitlnR I IOrav..ly Down pnynicnt a* low us $tOU Curpet Wallpaper Storefront
another tvpirnl Jr LeaRIIO they put on their best offensive were Lt. und Mis L. C Dug- Oa.InMflJl. S72-4S71
PicIuies .. &
Embassy >H Thin sd.iy, Feb. 21 to Single TriwtorA s.&l1. ! jjunio, HriKlfoid B"rb..rI'Iho performance of the gAr and children, of :McUillI 1820 =".W. 13th St 411 Noith
will be St'r\ I
Technicolor Sramei anil played: onThuiHd.iy (p eitffed, Chamber" of Coiriinoiri vear. with 53 topping their I I, Air Jo'ol'.e UHS.. in Tumpi. JEEP ice nainellvlllc 378-1316 116 N W. Sixteenth: (KOAJNKSVimC .
Fild.iv afternoon
I"luo:< nnd. u consolation and, i t"112.122 in n Runienhlch 'I I pipvlous output by 10 points.1 I' Mr. and, :Mrs K:. M. N"l'tul1and r.17 of .4 Wheel DrU. 2022 N.R Blvd. r:1tnesvllle: I'' 372l l

1111the "'.1,1, changesevinil Rhod..n'sl"el"t' never behind childien attended, Hitfu- Phone 372-3-: ,

championship game will bepl.ned tlme.1. and tho wore ,1 1 even though! Wall's five never1 1' nernl of Anthony Mached.i inJjcksonMlle RAMRLKRi : Jn-tt Off Waldo" rion1THVT > I .MotorcyclesScootersStreit's 1'1': SI'U\"IC": :
S.ituidny: night, :srinh. .
.......-... \ I i tio.l Hovernl, times lhrou hniit I (save up ,And kept the PI''IISLtl'e' SituiJ.iy inuin- i F1n Economy Oa' '
1m UlWIII Iff lalla I I the I!'II In 1'. Biadfonl -Rut'her.. I Ii ,I on Rhoden s snootliiz! ncesRho.ien'ji I Ing. 8..U.. a>od SrrTlo* ('O'\J'PF.TJ.' : r1tOnlTC' I IINSt.JT Bicycle ShoiirONDA. IRENE'S

-i| Shop used. I tho I time-out ;IIH nn < went Into tho 2nd MitiHca' Sally ami, Kjy :Starling : II MOTORCTC1.KS:

JIM ..mal PAMELA tlfftl offensive weapon to move the i i qUAI'lpl''lth a 12-11 lend and / of Mlddlebuig!\ I spoilt, ( lie Ridgway !Motor Co. I Ciuhnun &: Vw.a SeeetortDucad Poodle Salon

THE HAI1EUIJAI1 301DRIVEIN :t hnll'n "couit nnil, kept the h'l'ea'l'd that to 23-18 nt the weekend us guests of Mr, and 11JJ 5. Main ; Ali YOUR I .>OODLF. HROCUIl '.

TRAIL Mmiie fiom. ffnlng: into over- i half time Intei'mission. The :MI-H. Jeiry Padgett and thild- : CONCBKTE: PROrHICTS -FSA_Zun4_p. A srr.CII.TYOroomlnsr :

i I time. The Chnmhor of Com- I I, 2nd half rontlnnod wheic the ren. Oln_vllle\ S72-8431 '! ARE THE BEST FR Mutorvycles" eos te S vkiBCKWIOT : and Supplier Foi

I nierre Jumped off to n 12-6 first loft off with both teams I Mr. and :Mrs.. W. U. :Mathis\ I ? BTCYCUS All

I I lenrl nnd held thin ndvantiigont dillllng thi.. basket: but Rho of Gainesville, spent' Fild.iv' B & G Motors Co. !I Edwards Building Locksmith A Saf Wwfc1J Stud BreedsToy Service

hnlf time, 18-12. In the third den's manazed! to hit with A i evening as guests' of :Mr. and. TADfLLAC-OI.I>SMtRILE It W. rnrrrnltT AT* Puppies For Sale
Open 7:00: littl I.> moie I i Mrs :Miixie Supply, Inc. f'hl" tt..lJI.. tI7111lOnm'YI'rI'
Show iqu.iitpr" Bindfoid Bin'her Shop accuracy nnd held Cai tor. Sr.; | AALES A SERVICE!: 6'10!<) S. M.tlnOiliiPHvllIc ; .

Time 7:15: : sroierl only 4 points but. moat n 37-27 lead (joins\ into thoI i I Mr. and<1 Mrs. W H, Agnoi; | 119: R. !Main. -372IMtOArMBSVTLLE. 372-00110

ADMISSION!=; j HUipiislnif. Chnmber of Com I final! I peilod The 4th qiiiuter j I und son :Mickey spent :Sundias : .\' Fir Taken* Selection! of Used Car. ,I ; "M.ATINO .

I Adults 75c :Students" 6k( ; nieice wn.s held scoieless and showed tho larsost! number of guests ofrr.: IIn,1h': ". I On Cadillao Trade P't.A

Children Under 12 FrH Bradfoid B-irber Shop was I:olnt-s scored of anv QUo1l'terwith .luck Tyic anil, children, of 1101 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 TIIKCYCLE Ocala Chrome lJ

only 2 points down going into Rh -en's! rollertlnir 16 to I Hawthoine.Mr. ?11 ONE 376-7515' 1'I.'TItfC'I'nms; ;( : () SHOP ,

the final I pvilod. BnulfoidDaiber I Wall's IS nnd Wall was dlml1 : and, :Mrs, Itucit, Chos- Plating, Inc.
SAT., SUN.Peli. ; Shop I xcoied cmly. 1 nntPd fiom the tournament I ser !Sr.' of :Mnnlac. (;11. art.I Pinna Performance ELECTRICMotor NOP.TO.V; Bt'LTXCO Copper. Niokrl. CtiromlmnC )

in the linn I quarter toI'uiiiplcte i 5.1: to 42So spending, ;. I a few hcie us'', Ut'CATt BRIDCKSTONRM ;
i iHn 25.:) 2\(>. 27Douhle drijs : M...U1 PlnlnhmgCuom !
TtClINICOLOR' li _11I_ I their oveihnnl, of the nl'xtl"pl'k Wall's inprts guests' of Mr. nnil, :Mrs. Robeit SAAB Repair Co. -.i..

FOJIture( Program: (,inibor boys knotted the Hurst In a consolation 'name, : Chossei.. Ji. and, children SM.KS: AM:'\ *<4Ki\ICK: : Of c ...ri".IIIP.. Inr.nppnlrlng ; O T u R (' v V I4 .K: !aCuiiiilrti Bufflr l

xi-ore, nt 1 1ft nil, and ftom Unit and Rhoden's. will take the ( Mr.! and. :Mis Ray Millei" ANTIQI'E CLEAV1VOSFLVER. '
| | Srr\rc! \
.. MON.: Tl KS.Fell. point itvns nip ami, tiuk, floor nnlnst! Torwlllesar for I and son. Randy were Sunday'': CLEAN USKD' ) CARS R'wln.ting & fscri A Turlt.Vuw BHASS, COFPFH: "

27, 2S-Msiu-h' 1 1Broadway' With only Hocond.s, roni.ilniiiRjiml the Championship. Rhoden's. dinner New and Used l miichinon In utoiN
) /guests of :Mr. and :Mrs 1031 S. Main GainesvlllPhona Easy Financing Industrial) Hard Chro n153C
the score tied nt 22 R 11. i had 3 bovs hit in doublp Mirtnes. F. J. Snimders and children I \UIKK Terms
Gl's'ntn: : Available NE 2nd Arf.. Oc.l.IaDIIlI
bouncing! BI'adtm"111" in possession,, of paced bv Sli>\e Tlllev'a of Penney Kaims. i iMr. 378-213B

bundle ol Joy...on the tcr*.nlW the 1 bill: nt the fir: end oflhi :!51 which topjied! his Inrthldtial : and Mm. Monroe Kitlei .I' 10W S. :Main Calnesvillr -W: X.W. Hth A\e. ..2888111"J
. . .
. t ,>!lr, buck: mint. After" u SI'- \ !sroilnat, / by 3 points DoWnynp .of Rulfoid weie Thursdny, dm-1. : Tropical Pontiac Phone 372-8318 Gainesville 37S-.1 'iiOM ; (; H

: J\leVer i 1'111! of time outs h.id 1 moved i itho Ald.iv and Mike Castlrn ner guests of Mrs. E. :M. Nor- ,

hill: to hulf ..Olllt nnd, II'orn "' each scored 10 Robert ton. i, Inc. 10\< KRS;

: ., hero" u long! toss in from the | Powell am Mack Robinson :Miss. Martell: Johns amiRlchiird FAltM Edl'Il'MKNTSanta ;( : WILLIAMSNeon

.. ELIZABETH .i ie\ linen to Hobble H.nk.sdilo. picked up 16! nnd l 14 for Wall nnd Rnnnie Wont of i, TRUCK OMC CENTJR: I Long Ol.tt.ince' Moving[ Signs, Inc. '.

t., l TAYLOR wno was Tnurn.imenl. Him. PONTIAO '
: ..It'a .. : RICHARD nlone bv the b.isket: Robbiei On Monday niiht Jacksonville weie Sundiivguests 220 N.W. 8th Ave Oaweivilli\ u_ _Fe_ Trartn._ __ _..W Local Drl1Vna8: "*\\gn Tp With ttlllhmiVPLASTIC
BURTON Feb 28. ,
: Mr. and Mrs. :M.ixle NEO= SIUN1*
:1 B/A/ i loceUed the I'""". mlmlv took a Consolation. Oam*> will Cm ter Sr.I 2-21"! Inc. ""Iurll'e! )'IL'I.'I',{_ ll'rallllX Sales- ,Service -Malntennnr" *

te MARIE SAINT nini, nnd _ciildptl.. .. the'''_ hull_.n.! match Hurst and Wall_ nt. '.7., MIS.' Louise :Moore I: Erections .
jPAUl. 'n I has re- CRANEUS'OI.'Ii'IER.t'RY --Alteration*
INMAW1IN' I'AN->OHOFFi: thioiiKh the hoop for the winnlnj I p. m, l turnod. home after spendingthiee FORD Mil|>jilnK "Your Designs or Ours1*

CONNIE MAUREENI PRODUCTION, hnsket. Jim Shufoid, with The bit/.! Ramo wilt mutch months. with her daughter :' : Farm Tractors Implementf FREE ESTIMATES CALL 2720 N.E. 20th Way

FORD, \ 1 10 Una hlRh) point mnn for the Torwnio-i.ir Motors aaalmt: nnd family. Mr. IInl11':\ ''. Authorised S.ilfS St Service Ford Industrial Machinery Gainesville

I SfENS. O'SUUNAN vlrtoiirms tenm while TommyTollev PhodeiVs!, Texaco which will! : <1PI'll1a'Io'an! and two sons In 506 E. Unlveriitv O.iinesvllle HILL'S MOVING Dnva 372-6006 Nltea 3jB-1\Prt\

11001 JIM I JANF HENRY wns the top gun foi dptoimlne, the Sr, non Chnmplon. nroo '\\III'. I..ong. ) 1<11111,1., N VMr Phone 372-4231: UlDROVKR'he,1; Drlv. ,

HUTTON iWYAIT'JONES crlIOYD ... "'II."$'(J'" "'0 MUIIOt.QlOII the losers with 8. Tiophles will be piesented II nd111': Kav IHnblnof Crane's Imports SALES. PARTS SKRVICE.: & Storage Inc. TILES & PAINT
and Thoinu; '> hotweon Soiithei'nDl4ioiint i to the. Champion and _
-..,... thei the State Flu mII':\ S.idio Volvo r ele4-Benz) 4488 N."'. Sixth Gainesville 3UOi.: :'\ .F..
.. ._... I'llM nml Lnutey Be.. ieation i ninnei-iip Oarnc Tlmf" \\.Ido. Rei.OalnellVlIJe .
..---" ".---.... 830: Rider' and" Johnny Loll dined FIAT-HILLMAN Tenney Tile & Paint
I''ECHNICOLO./ PANA VISION' mntchod one team with >>, m DON T MISS ITMen's [ out ant, attended "The Oreat- Phone 376-2543 372-4271 JOH>TS-MANV1LL.B TILK:

ROM WARNER BROS. no rlofrats, and l the other tenmi !Softb.ill :Alertlnt I est 2201 N. Main
Story Ever Told" in Jackj Gainesville MUSIC Vinyl 1 Vlny] Asbaaton-Asphalt
Hercules I I
i with no wins. The. only thingwhich | An organizational, incctlnu sonvillc Phone 372-4373 .
Sunday In Floor
1 1I j evening, OARDEN !SUPPLIES=; FlKjAhhir Prorfi"1'
"'ed.. Thur., l-Vi.. Sat. chinged nfter the RnniRwns ,,I of RI1 men Interested In playI I honor of Mr. Durbln's birth- Floor" Machine* Gym' Finl ii

March 2 :i. :5 i the number' of defeats I i ii I Ins In City Soft :Ball slow1i I = L1PHAM
nnd the ns'Southern 'i day.Mr. AUTO !;AI.\ AGEPaul' MUSIC 2223 N.W. 6th St.
number Pitch!
ofvlns Iaue
Sampson andUlysses i will! OP held" at' and :Mrs. F.1.: Norton Johnson & Paris Inc. Gltrn.\.nte 378-130?!
Discount ch.ilkeil, up ; the :Staike Recreation Center1nt I and/ children weie Saturday i! Co. Inc.
lt II 1th i onsecutlve win while, 7-30 Auto SalvageWe ,
| p m on March 8. It'Ls supper guests of Mrs. Trudy' Complete Line ofIIEEDSPLAJTI FltAVEL
hnnrllnjf l.twtev Its 4th ,'on- : \tit-cent that all Bur Wrecked VAL LIPHAM: _
mana! Prs Norton of Jacksonville.Center Care At : !! _
socutlve Irws. Lnwtey stayed. j and team rrpiesentatlves" attend TOP PRICES PI\XOS" House of Travel,
Ftn: TIL
within IZJoK8In..cU.ld.t ; ORG.SI'Rt'TiI|
io.irh of Southern Pli-l this : !
with meetlni Plan* will I All "Makes Si: !Model TJved
,count throuRhuut, the first 2 be foimulntM to, :SuppwceW INC.VIRLIXES .
begin! season! Thuisday n: ht. i i ParUTeletype Guitars and Amplifier .
Kiik! Morrinil quHUeis.) timlinx. only :21-14 lit'' in Mid-April. March 3. This will be '- S"M'I'e--W" Will Rent Fertilizer Spreader. !
Kit'hard Lluyd |jlhe h.ilf. but their sooting" ", .Men' inranbatlon i !''IHF.F.T nr'll!' STEAMSHIP!
Voller Rail I meeting\ to foimulte nnd Any Part For To.. :324 NW 8th Av*. ( R. n'

I. Liana Orfei dropped Southern off in Discount t tho 2nd kept h.ilfjBMhlle / held A Volleyball at the meeting will be I plans. Anyone Interested GalnesTlll 378-4J1S j PIIONK': 37-S-047I! I inn; <.M ilM hi>pliS| | iVnti-r' II I.. eK! Cur nrnl tt*'
Staike '
Recreation In play please attend. 441 1 N. PM. Stock Yard o.w ltl1". 1'1&. J 372-5333:) 341S W University A*'*.

OainesvrlUe 378-lCin .




... .I.IiL7RD.1Y I

FED. :U. 1968
BRADFORD rorrvrr TFi/FORAPti. !STARKE.! ': rtonin\ ptr.E NTVFJAWTEY

P .vvvvyvtttvvy.yvy ulght: of last week with Mrs i, llllel 7:40;: p. m. MYFWeUiiPsnay Ml.s U E. Reddish\ spent I

.I.It OrvlllfDuinuarnci-. The de-1 8 p 111.. 1'IILrCl' Circle the first pint of IUllt week In I Farmers Arc Urged To Continue

\ ,'otlonAIVAl) In chaise: of'tlrti ( Mimdav, !1u.) m ,, Tallahassee wllh Jlr and

: George\ Hoboils: and( MI'S'I, First Baptistoiiiulay: i Mrs J. O. POllS.I Feed Grain Reduction Program

Hum *ti Hi linen; B'nnchsnl a m. Woi-bhlp 1 11 a. I I I .

presented by Mrs. Elite 'I m. on....! 7:30:: p 111.. Trnlulnu' I I Bill LX>l>bsteie\ Mrs Farmer 'ran make their Illpll (owls I 1|ulirile'I I t"' /II-

44..4..444.4444.46.' Aliiicr' After u ,MIDI I buiiliie.s!> Union 6:::10. Midweek meetings Dobbs' brother J. M, Mltrhrll. YOUR i AGENT UerlMoiK, tot pnitlrlpations in nrnii'x

'' (URC'll AClIVITIt.S: .'' .L.ShI 11, tlu I11I't'tlUIt.II' tw't 1- Wednesday 7:30.: eta ld Rev. and Mrs Iledn:!:r" N .r .r r commolHv. : piosroms this Foi. HIP! hnmrdltlrdull', / (' y
crt Into u birthday party for
he WSC3 of OraciMith+ I Church of Ood 1: Sunday! Duller all of Jacksonville! i iKev. I .pm. with thf 81SltI'ftl"hilt' there I IH 111 1"-.Pill IIPP :-Mis M.ic Wi'll.s. picsltlcnt of
ac.i Church met 7hui byRE School 1 10(I n. m. Worship 11II. Butler Is p.isUir ot Calvary I t 1966-nop" ) objectives lire In tlip fKiiv-o.pi I stocks" of fppclinln I, ,
Ute W8CS. Mis riolx-rla
: !P"-
m. and 7 p m.. YPK Wpdnpsday Baptist Church In lire with U S food policy as 2I I < and 1 rolton. as HI''I( 10lurv -
-elllf';1 hoi, with a cut :glass
7:30.:: Prayer Sluikr. i oullniPd In President Jolmon of Aitrlcultuic 01llli,
(compote, troll the .society In sel'Vlet'1
Filday, 7:30ltluhland: I James tlillUrd and cliil.ieii | 's message on Fond (for Fireman ivccntlv" pointed' out I CharleyE.
uj'prcri.Hlim, of her faithful\
TERMITES : ( Baptist : Hundjv I of Jacksnmillo .spent the 1k 1r i I F! ,I'iMlom. Emery: Williams For other (commudittps>4. t.h"
wink with Die mnxlu fur the
: weekend with Ills : I 'Cs 4 ab ln5 '' of the State, ASC built-in flexibility\ of the Fond
School !l:45: : Worship 11 a. m. bl'Ulhel'ln'l I jChalirrmii .
Tn", honoree
1'11I1I'1'h. also 'I
[ DESTROYING I and 7 p. ni. Piayrr Meeting law and tinier. Mr comtnlltrc pointed out till ini-t Acilfiiituri': Act of I l'firi)!;!;
PI"'nledILh bin hdaycoke I
OUR HOME? whl'hab( a.t-civrd laterloth Wednesday. 7 |IJ m Choll'PI'at'I..I' J. B GasklnH I 1 +, wickflee, and 1 other farm !leui!".l.ilionpinvldPH Johns '

'off .. Ratnulny) 7pm. Mix Eugene: Pearson nf I I,0111nes'l1Il' I Pirtildriit proposed! Iwo, < I UP m""II to "twirl
i re.Mcmhert and Mi and Mi Byr I" rh.ini'lim\ nmtlillotis(
i -wlCtlv
i Rim: On I Mils one to !establish ('nll1I10tflly )-
Thurh-lav: ) evening Feb.IK T.II
(if the : .'1'.' II'Y j Orol'r( ;: Atkinson of Jackson- I1;eorge inoLlier! its clpmoiistiHtPd by IITPIII.
1 Miss Marie! Kniltli was reserves, and .
MYIlook part In l/he dlsirUtIjniiriiinl ripe Mlilletsftcl'nooll,, uJtJt n4AOrtICULTUR !
INSI fX'TI01'4if6 were ; lnudtflraUn" nffppt1118 -
hostess' at a Kolng-mvay;: party In ,amend and I rill In tlio liesl) 1 plnltrnln, 1..Ia
hf-H :Monday Illrthl' vlsllor.Of: ( ( Mr, and Mrs J. CTvI' .. ; "soybean ,rice a 11'1 whpttFaimers
In honor of Miss' Marsha Wll- ports of p. I. 480 Tlirse hills
in HMikr TlifV were arrnininled and tam Iv. alioul' this question :
klns Charles' Hnilth assteil| will' bcdihalpfl, hv the Ooniir ;1 wlto P1Itirtpnle 1 Inn'
(C! bv Inelr tracer! .
\ nirn." IIK +Mi>' John 1 niowurd of Jack
'MI, spivlnu. cnltp and! lemonade t <'s in will If pnwrcl.! bfc'imi tinvoluntiirv l" arf.a/CAia/ 1: lee mid other' ':mts, soinlHr and Mrs John Pclu'i' lU'j exp""i't'd
1 T''''r''p enio-ln'! 'tills. event > rffeptlve Jnnu.uv Ii! i7. '':rom will bo able'" to plant losses
to from
( 111 ;IH('ii .vf: 'HI I' mi' .t.s ol AicadU\ were Sund.iv'if\' 1. left, many ,
E.:: Cat! ; : win Owi-nii HI ,,''III1j;. Sandra< ChaIrman WlUlnms has hicnmfoimPd soybcanx on permitted fin theft
91 1-:1'65
public liability
; It their and
J39 Oral' IMMIi >roll, t (-' niif' Ii. Kln.',i .TOP\ :s-ipp. Roxanne DM of pnn-iiU Mr bv U. S. Departmentof \ inin i ncrpino. mid continue IDparn ,

1 ..,<'110011// :). Wn.s: up i |II| a in Wllkm,. and<1 Nlevu WllklnsMm Mrs F.. J. Raulrrson. 1 I va Anrrlcult'iie'' : Officials Afipr feed! uiiiln --! >poit | employee dishonesty, busi!

\ I Vlsitliu; h1rs: Nellv( Wilkln p they become rffrrtlve. uddlLloiiiil puvmpiits at! If they had i interruption.'' Does: the

-- ('in. Mrs 1'>..Iy Boch an, tlmi would elapsenjiremfiits before planted fr"t( I cniln-s Thh will) Ch.irlvy K. ..Jnhn"lIency

L.vnn I'ei,'rntly were Mr' and, I I could! br rlE'vt'JoIF,1w1Lh pliable farmers: to shift, :acieage ( \ offer atfrce survey of business -

Mrs MamoH Oilffis of Fa other countries u pi'nvicieo Ln< joybrin( from feed" '' ri.ksand. convenient -

lal.ka and Mi !And Mr' Vii !swlf-hrlp protfium Implemented Bruins for, which prodltrtlon1ronlllUIP insurance
| :
eel flilffls of the Farm
to nut"
with U K. food old hnsslhtliIII'S "
Miss, tUI/Hhelh: Tfirv' 'pent Ai for, lCapl'1'ra., HIP mp< >.,lei i c stun rl."l's"I"llolr iipe-ls A in iliv i- to roter hose( risks

tHLuI'lIIlVltl1 HI'an Mi Enter: that II Is not Ilknlv Hani propnh.ln. lnf yearly Or'Itg" "- !
frI': -,, Wilkinson and family Charley E. Johns
I' nnv purrhnses( > to build open' : rltYf'I'Ii il

i rH in IlolllitpiMi ( "eivp would! Iw neHrd, dmliiaIhr l Iw frp l t'liilns: and If fir Agency

r c1 RF ICF is no Hautetw : s Selma Ilnnicp; and Mi'H (first ypur upph. I Is In bi-" kept In b.iliinpp"

Floyd Ful.'I11'1'1' vlslllnu In ,i tley"M While to with ixvdn. fprd( RlHln Hrienp ,
I polntliiH the Ul( l.tl: S. Walnut F1.(
.Jwk'ollvl1l'1nnriRV\ !
: i i l\pislnn! hv in'i'iiwiinnitlclpnnls ; .
million arirs" now In
1'011'1'vRlh" IMIONK I S81.02'tt
Mrs. Joyce t J-utch visited lirr
must .itait! hlri::h.
l lti.
meas n mil,lor etiuriraerve" i
HUH! Mis. S Jonri. In Or levels officials l4ald. '
)'I'I1I'V': '' the,! men.vur'! ;:

mond Beach SaturdayMr I cautioned treat thin n _ ._ _
:and Mis .Slncl.ili: Moslem arl'eagPISnuld - - - - - - --
not he brought bark
o,; Jarksonvllle spent Hit '
Into production unwanted.. SIH-- 1 Ever had BEER-BECUE?

weekend with Mrs 111nslty'slinter [ ptu.se, or to I supplant efri'>I'I.L 1 .
:'' Mrs 1.011>\\ NoimanMi 1 1
I II an I lit!';", Jnek \Vullli IS MORE: 'till 1'1'111 ,rut ,of meaL yon will of other" minllies to develop] 1 ,I r

wright and chllclicn were vl> THAN )FARMING ana 1>% l lVPII Il> llnd displaypd In any men Ini.irki" 1

I i Itlnit Mr and Mrs. T. L ) to the boys. enrolled In VOCATIONAL These bome Icrunliu A ('b udNrd. Ail In 'III.. '''::1.-: 1 i j.' .

1 WnlnwilKlit Sunday AGUICfLTURE: what iniiln' '"s tlie.. ria'ies: ; rKAPII! brlnts' .".olli.,, 1

I I I Mr and Mrs J W. Thomasof at the Bradfoid IUiii; Si'Imol mid ,,'II1.lfklllloll... as set by 1 .
Hciidprsoinlllc N C. spent Pictured ubove are KOUP i iBlailinK tJSO\' tan 'iiids They are '\I"I'U'1'; ': \ I'la1'l. 1
IIKI.lt 1'Ia; III 'l I 1" '111I| H '\ S II !
nn' 1m! lo iiidrc in) StaleI 1
Wednesday' Sunday with! David tlilftls. J t J"TClilltv. \ .
.Noll. IH "
I h 1 "turn\ 'III ''I .
Mr and MrsV F Moore and David Scott :and T 'm-\ I HIIIDI) 'tilloil sons I the Illlill"?I -Iuwl., under' i tht 1

family! While here they attended my Wynn: I ak! I the main. I The 14 L.u kl" CMinptPi-! FFA |Ir,,\'Ivl.r, ,, r''h1191 I" I' .IJ.'I.' ;" 1 .
3 ',11".r I'Iurld., ,. \O'\a fir 1:'IItin. 1 PARTY
livestock I BEER
t team ("tty uon
'( the Rodeo at KLvMmmee ; 1 :

rINPm; |r VMIlln "'h'rk| 1< ..f
I, KPCIII and :Mickey atrompanled Chuck Moore\ of the Universityof first, pliup In uid'ilnK contest ,I'Ir, .all .1'1., in 'aid 1 fin. I 1 U.s.A.

them OLlle1I''sl' s Floild.i for the weekend. I at the SLate Fair In T.lfl1pAIoll'mhel'H niiniroiii.. ,, I'lHiiiiv. ., I rim,'iiiii. iivMIlixi 1 II'
rip.1| i"r |1".1' .fir lull.Hi, "II.." !
of HIP teamveic"
,of the MoorcH during the week I
\ Mr and Mis. Tom Casey of thin ,slur tinf|. IlliiiiixltllllH
3ekB2 i were :Mr and Mr Pete Today also attended 1 the Uodeo ate I 1 IiRinar Clpnions.' Cecil Klaliinker "> ,.f I KlVKl: "illlrtuil. ,I'I,.'.. !

and sons of Gainesville and Klssimmcc. and 1 Tom Kihvimls ,llllilx, Illlill' I' \\hhll" I inn' mans. i I Get thoroclpo -
III 111 )iHINllll-HH' lit' III 21 MllllKl ,
Pud I Hutrhlns and Cm'UsMailowc \ MI.HI1Ml'ltllllH'. Irlorldn, ,. I' __ ...__ .. Irsrhoehfutoft6..i .
I art 11!{' h'ullllrc Intmctors lt"V J. .\.llHIIK. |t.. tl I II.,., ,IJKltHHilllt 1 ::::.E.. :=:::: for iltcorttiani, .niKipn I

NEWS OF In our school. '' Hl'lKlllH, "'|"l'Illll, M.I.nU I. I In this :::-.:_.= ::_' = 1.'lelllmenl'. !
INTEREST TO COLORED I HIT 1 :=::. -::=-..:. far Hi* mnt
1 1 his week I IIP .KFA. Ijovs Muted. lilt I 'Mill ilm ..r Ki'I 1""I'lln 1 FREEGUIDE Gr :r.t ; fun party) of ilLSio 1g
OF BRADFORD COUNTY line\ had inn i'ii fill,) pro'.rm: ,rv .1. l n. typo;" iii. !N1hriu' 11..1. ::.-..:--.::. :.;:;.'': fllflLt Mill l I
I i ,n"eh day ut,. 1 '(1"() p. in on I old, "I'.IIMH., Mmldn' .. -- I

'/.cNirn'. tees-Mr .l L ..''c. .c5.E '., den -idfi' .a.ul.. l .IM 4"HL vuggMled, dltltf ji*.' I station WPXI! WP always uppwrlatP /H 41 .1 I I 17NO 1 to
i.ery. lid h.1Ii". ch.ae. \11.a.peWle." C AI\I......_....... 0CI101 optional"" )qu'pn' Mara. Ohd bur _, """. ....... I .U'MOK: VA1ts1TYDISTRICT M'I'VIC.I :
Ire. 11 a. in Evpnlna( :\ MHII p : Beer ParlyUSAU.S.

TOlRNAMlNr: I.I 6-30: p m..-Kov. J. B. F. Williams I our incur newspaper and iidloslBtlon : i'U Jo1: 1I.' 1>I'::11 1'11"1'11'1111! i H .
Anderson Junior iligh I give: In the Inteicst of >. \m I.SSS'u'I'll'1 I
Start fast to Buick dealer. Finish "Th anew pastorOieater i BREWERS ASSOCIATION, tne. / 535 fttlh Avata. .
zinging home
by on over "
your happy by driving '
School of Lnwtey Is holclln oui ,(lung, people" :\ :: IH iii.ni.uY:: '; itllGall ixI :: .
: ;
I LeSabre. Continue your happy feeling by thinking of the low price and magnificent/: its ; Allen Chupel AMK: rult I 1 .III** IIMlU.I.N1anod/ ,, l), 'uii.1, IIIU' 1 New York. N.Y. 10017 .
tournament In the RJEHJK'n Sl'ravIliime ;
trade-in you got. Price is no handicap in the tuned car. tradin' derby. I Church: Sunday School. 10 a | 111' t'llKUMt III bUHlllf'HM Illlill"I I'm Interested In beer.becue. Send me my Ira copy ol \
.. 1 t
yin. I (' Kiown. lipi'-llpi-aet! thu ( .11110" iniiiiu ur f \ :.vritvI
m MoiniiiR service, 11 a. in.. '. agar Party/USA., 1
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I Kll>IO. Ill 111.' I uunty of Mr.illll'lll 1
: & Sccyourlocal authorized Buick dealer Junior tram played with the Junior Choir anvil" I pl'inis' and )iinnchpK) ( .sineaIP ", ,. llltl'IKM III,,, resister. '. 141111uunu ]
Monday night at R :30 win- ;'
: : All members are a.'kid to Kfiod IF they are lice, Iron Ullll III. Crab ur1/ ? lIMn .
. rIni4: ; :: from Chlefland by a please jemember their obligations woims TIip numt/pr one pest C'II'.1t1l, ("1'111.1 1 i.l lliliilrunl" (CMIII I \
I Kli.llilaI.'IIMII .
(score. of 49.32.VARSITY .1) I StJeel
I to the chuich( this Sunday of plums and:| peaches Is the ( '" KMH 1 11"11') I : ; 'IV'<" .

'y I / TOURNAMENT: Please; ( ike your lepoitti ,Plum (ctiicnllo/ Tills Is a h.Il'd"nllt li .I'l'tuiHylvaitlii' i.''irixiiiitliiri7n % C/ry. 29. .
I II 'I" N. n\ :I land \ .- .
The Tjt'1'1I: lord TiKcrKlenwill > the Enders heptle" ifhotit :H'lli t of nil \ uiii'.Mi.mil.
K\IMIHK" | : ,l. I I'ltiililn, :IIII7: /
\ KO to Hastings to participate Inch 'loutl l bran nnd mottled 1 SuI- II' .
ieI'I : \ ,
_I p. In III'v. I.. A Sa"PI.I Ariiiiiit" IIri.iimlK' A" lli'irii r- #
k ". I In the district tournnmpnt >un pujttorTIIK ,"icv 1 Tin1 I tpin.ile, will cut Jlts sill lilllltlllfH" 1 .

Feb 242The:\ Hie.. Hullmil: IIVP"-S In \ fl Iff: ')t'lMl I Illlf, 1 UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIAT IONIMG @ .
:; Ilh'I"1 ,
1117 "i-in \iiii..ii.ii'1 11/"" in.it.-
.", !I first' game will be { I them! I':runs hllfl'hnlo/ whitish'iiilts ,' j. u.i i riiixi.-i I SII" i.nI i iMi I' f. 0. lOX a/J.WINTCA PARK. FLORIDA' .

AiriusMrw! D&B. mid the boys RIGHT POINT lit, the I Ilut feed( b). Ihr dull! ,.11111. !hlnrulu" :i..l I .'o 1 1I II .

Portable or electric? both Vj fIt] game will be HiMliust' Nor you" wilti-. Come In and They olti-ii "CIIISP. vifin-J fiultin J -I I II t IT .
1 get ..relrrt. I -- ------ --- - -----
Peck Hiirh! of Fminntlmii your f.ivorllr ";S I'ln.JUrOOK : dirt, Ninilv in.itlire. hints

. t ? .in one with a Sunni.Corona..l j PTA OlIMthll'S. DAYIJE (L ltA PI l fountain. )pen 1'1.1'1'; ; ulll iciiuiln\ mi the lire. 'hate

? PTA Founder's Div: ulll l hI'> uormv/

the portable that'Von the moye! will be obteivcd Sunday, Fob I{ 1\ '1114. < mi i I ii- 'UIII' 1,1'1 I FIJI'1'.1: ( hull von

27 at :3 I p m In the cafetor- 'I i 1111':: will
.4 i.n.in .11 mi i.\i iIMI 'need to spray font or five
'. lum Speaker for the occasion i'II'i. ill' ilimn, .. i, ISi \ llnirs Apply first'. spray when

-I'' will be Rev Williams, pastorof /ill l 1'101"' t mi|1'10' I 911 11\\1'11'iIJ1.nuu' / nio/ rt!. i"I l blossom petals have

'ic the HolirtMB Church. All I I:-I.II is: M Mm" ":,,0\ \ .0".1( I. fnlli-n and hefoip" ( the vnun'l' '
of past offlcrs HIP asked to her' M 1\1\.1'1':' ': i. 'It.H'\'; .
: ) plum or, pc.irh U I show. :t e
'I "III 1' IIi I .
nrespnts .
flu III"I If ,. I Then yet mi a weekly" sway;

l "J"f (HOOI NEWS: I ,., 'r. :\" I 1.1 I 149', piii'-rnni'' (;oiindi like. and is. ,

'g-t ;. -irmp.st-rr; ; nveragpn for slu- t.'Al'I.I\L! |Il; \Sf, I a IIMle I 'lioublp' hat t.hif. "
< flM'l
And' -4
} ; :: 11 dcnU, at ftJK: are as follows.. LISII H 11.11.1111; ... ', I 01'1111II./ I lakes tut clean frill, .I ..

Anthony DvS le. HYIVPl:t.pr her hunlandI, M.ilatlilon is pirjnhlv' the e.x
t j I I, 1. 1 II.111' n IN11.1.1111 ,
I Franklin and Alice Turner. \ ;
'" 40; NPllle D'ivl.s: and MarySrairy. 1\.10'; || IN I.nMhe! ,wlvin IhmIMI To ni.ike HIP splay)) mix 4laljli'sjio .

3 87; Carolyn Sinai "i MI.mi. I., i fi unit' "ill. ..r .dl '.' .'
+ I in : > per" i
r.n.1..Nlrrr. Iit' ud I .UIhr/ II "1,1i .. .. 1 deN
; ) and. rtonnld St 10113.: :3 t B4.; < mull.il i rln.' -. in HIP' 1'1.n 1 ., I ,tlallilmi: AcMBkiUpoufl.. .r nr'i

'<: hoary I ;stir nn I C.ilherlnp: 1 ''i.int,, "c.f Mi ,iilfurilTit I." '''','' ,' 1 :! tPHSpiion' '''' i n) i7 per, i rid,
John>..oll :35 I Larry Brown I'ill' l. I urn' .1, II Hi" I.1 I t .
; : : ;; : :: : :: ; : 1110111'1'11, .IHiilil. |' "i-tHH" n'IAtrfret '
all il ,III III .ulf.Id I | 1..,11111, I ;
'... /2' Wllllo Davis Lrsrrtha OrlfJIn KI-IHl.. ,, .. d||.... rin1.. | '.: .doll of i ,itcio t, ,
T Slilrllc Matks. and CamlyntyeI'H. \ pn( .feel. l '.r I.uuL I ., i mil, ,11.. I I tf
\ : .: ... .... .. ,I I, .... ... I... ...,"'I: I I
/ 1
ilf ,.. : !\ 3.4. Daisy Coleman ;l;:"I""';//11' .:,";:;: "(Ii,,,' -;" :'. I' Mi
f\ .
ft" I' 33Q: Clara Hamilton. Donnii
'l ..,...llow"HI>l ..."'U'P (Ii4IV, i .,
; 'c. Jurksnn.' and Mantle: Terry ',.f MM" Hun ilili'ty.n ?. n: I w AUTO aurnv we.IUN.MNS .

o :.133.: Mat Ion Jenkins, :32 I ; 1.1 n- VM, w .linllll.. l*, HJK I. .,fdl,;, ,,, ,,i ,'I'j I IICHIIU' HARDWARE AND SUTMY ...___ < a ac
I t IWIl .1"I t I H: I i: ( s ,
ilK Perdue 314 ; Joseph) Alston '. .
Ci.niroifl: : < inn "1'I. 'tt '.
l "- ; ,, Linda Dinklns, Ma rll.i: t/.i.Mm' ,HIM, .' 'phi i"h, uiai 1, I i'i. _
r = t Din'ham. Audrey OilHIn.Juanltn rihcil i i K r.d l"lnwfc i iMM .I, MR.Zy44It l M
-I '. : T
i \. _, .II It' Mil. It.. --r
f '' !II.! I I ("' 'I'Kl i :
.. ::.l t 'f) Oriffln Lillian ll.inkirson tin, N.MI' I 0'1)t hnuudoll.. I 'r- .

: Frankie Jurknon nnd l'I". l Iwlii ..1.\\I HV 11' ,.1..1.H. t ,

Cororiet.4I .JB ml" MrOollle. :3 t (0 I '. '.,..*I till'' ''A mill \ 1th., i i f
,.filial I'y it the, ,IIU 'i.., .r
di ME I B\Ml MSrHtH \\.v ul( i I It: .11,1, ,! i ."It \

%' lO f SMITH-CORONA I i TIle Dana Boostris. Club N..I thill .in. I'."nd! "I'.... UUiK' I n ar ,
by .
; .
j | yl:J 9.1111< put" 11IIIM .
;U __ will met TiMwdav Much 1 I.. ut I II | ut, H'lid. IViinrx" ,for tu1 -,- ....J

7 1 The Coronet gives you an The speed, ease ind wonder(J""< ,jy |I f. 1 p m. nt HJE: l1I h School Int' ..r I..4rlllllIla' ) / i .n- Gd

M electric typing. it only a little more than the cost if M 1! J + All parents> xuardlan.s and ,point, nr i i Kihrtiiitr. HMI.t..tHcrtb HOW: NICE TO HAVE
tl, i IM in u W''I' < ) it
'. t \ -'f ordinary portable. .. ._-.."."' -'Ji ; other Intel'ested jx'r.sons are
'" - - asked to attend. Tu\ club Is only' I,ln.tii.'i,. > H tin, "i" 4 .

It, ....-.- :J .._.. ....,:.. .... ,_ .;... .-.t.! ., ..... ...A.V; "' "I f..... ,, planning to puichnsf> Rrljl- inn. ,liuii'iMii,,, UKIi\-IIIIM! "M, i THE MONEY.TsAVEDlWhen !
1'I", ,' t t | e! I it, ,
.. -" tlnnal hand 1 intlfciims-aiid the
to 1111''n.nn' /
it |p im Illll i
: FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the same cooprititloli) of the public !1/, / ;Nnrthi'11illr.: *" 'Hun,, ,m I iu j >

w.:, as on office electrics; plus full-length, up-front tabu ni'cd"d .iinul"i* ,i" mini' N.". i ''MImuiHlni ,
0;;::. lation. Set, clear, tabulate from the keyboard. RlslclrIIAl.l.The .; I 1.. 'II U nriitii, < .t..'. t uIm you see something "extra"you w/ht..
nilr/ ii I i"M" niiil" M \ ( nt"
5 AUTOMATIC: ELECTRIC: REPEAT ACTIONS RYE Tl cis and' rl"I'I'-1. | MM l ** hnniii-iiiN. ., la( "i- ; i I' f., -or you want to buy special gifts for special .
.. .
I at your fingertip command: spaces, dots, dashes, 'X'c and I .In M |I'intir : run' thin n .
Oak.1e i mid, Kit - t underlines. Type faster. electrically! '! rail' i i In nf..r..Mntl. ( :'I.> ''I'' i N
I.KARN,; TO TOUCHTYPEIN PERSONAL, TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch lh. !nov lost 43 to 57. I'I 1 rlv h.iiinliir,,' n ii,.t.IIHf .. --- account reserve here, cash to spate for any
ONLY TEN f 1\. .i Inuxlroil, t iv i nt'i ,iu'' i imi' .
Get 5 LP records and instruction that pleases you, and electricity does the work: "printperfect" The UJE teams wound up I ) llni-U I Him' linmlM, ..t h.aa.3' purpose you choose! For safety plus interest .
every time( their season bv pla\ln hostto : ") ft. ,to .I.a,. ,,M.MintfHtliK t Fro/ unl,.U file lumber it tiom !
pages in a handsome case I : START SAVING HERE..NOW
.. !
\\ lMHIIHlill\ I n.l l ltinin .
for only $3.95 when you purALL THIS AND MORE Page Gage's'(, Copy-Set Booker T. Washington j t in ti :S.Mjtlf. ...i I lv ill .

t chafe: this handsome, new' Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck, Quick: Set'M Margins Edith School of Dunnellon. I ro tint, u:ionic Maid: \\'.:! +' II'biunh \ I IJ) A: W' Itt 'ILI)1iltSII,1ftl)1V,1It1 ) : ;
f Smith-Corona portable! and a deluxe TrimlinerM carrying case. The ?lrLswon 39 to 42. and ry n tltHtunfi* .f r 't\\
the bYII'on., 78 to 6fl. COy', hundji, t\elvit .Mid, tinnine ,,, 1 ( '; AS11St'I'I'l.Y f)

IN FASHION Jirkson and Ernest Wh'tlpylplaved : ti.piurl) ..r ...-/lllIn''"''

their last acme. !helpi ;! ut 1 |iiitll', *";">"'. ,1" ,lt.>"l I i i I.-''
I end" In,.JM Iii4lihr,' foi." ,iiHlKJ.M )> > 1 1I. II n k eo Auto', PPIY IN(.
i In.' to nink" a record for! the I .
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I : i ii..I" .r thf < '
Only $159-36 Tigers that will be iemembPr-1 I I'oiirthnum. In. -I' "iKh.rlHi. 41*. C, IMOWNUC ST.PNONC $ AT STARKEOB

1,.i lu-. Tax ed at RJE HUh School fort I l .. it I II I uo u ,in. '"t *M44*
7th' day..r Man-li. .lU I I'
:yearn'' to come .
I V l>.\fCI'
CIIL-RCII: NEWS' i clerk' '11', 'mi' a JI Df R 11A50WMHE AND .VV LY 1.131 BAnk of the Florida National Group

Mt. Mortah Methodist I j WI 1.1,1.\\1 A ;N'OltlUH, .II' 3CM f CAtl ST
"T"'II..Y TtoKfcJKT: &' M'l' .1 I I IITd I.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Church: Sunday School lOa. i W'\f tin, Stn ftIhirlou I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

m. wIth Supt. William Hol. 1 1.'I"rlJ.

land In 'har1': < Mornln si>ry- uturI,1., r.I, I'Ielntllr- I ,
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CRACKIN' GOOD lI1RJgt1WJdi ro.c 1 .Go'... Fun' GoocL1fti.l \1 Eatf I
\ 14-oz. Macaroon Krisp
\N 14-oz. Ootmeol Cookies i + QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
o a 14-oz. Frost.Fruit C'kies PRICES WINN-OIXIK GOOD TORItS.THRU., INC.-CO..VIIIOH'I'-t.FEBRUARY 26TH! .. 1
13-oz. LeitK Sugar C'kies Hershey, Dixie Crystal or Colonial

/ 3 PKGS. 99; S U G A R Pineapple : 4/1./

Bartlett Pears 39
REGULAR 51< 24-oz. .1 SAVE UP TO 12' .

Wesson Oil LB. Tuna. Fish 3/89/
REGULAR 45 24-oz. ASTORCooking BAG P P'nut Butter 99

MI 10'/j-ox. MINIATURES OR >12-oz.. HERSHEY
Oil 3t \
b. Candy Kisses 49


-1 44 0 t I Cinn. Buns 39*




t REGULAR SAVE 14 53'* n c hHA3/89/ MeajR o : 4LA9 J ':


4 ROLL PKG. 'T a r 411.1 Oleo 2 IBS. 29REGULAR /


W-DAND..U.S.CHOJCI.-Z, CARVi. ? Tea Bags 39. Knives $5 99

Rib Roast lB' 39.t, t-

Pot Roast. LB. 69 v. y' Cream Pies 4/1./

Potatoes 5 lb. 89rt VJ-GAL. FILMAR FRESH FLORIDA
Cooked Ham 691 ,, Orange Juice 59. ,

. 291. '. pTui 100 rre.itampt 'Taters 5 5 9 :
with coupon below! $ LBS. ,:
Cracker Barrel 53x: FLORIDA VINE-RIPENED
i! Stick Cheese . 67CRACKJN' <: JUMBO STALKS 2161.290
Can. Biscuits 3/25x/ r rA Celery I 2/39/ *

Sirloin Steak ._. 79x .
Slicedloiogna 59*( FISH F1LLETS.39 / I .d rIt

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i: I d7/..nw..w..Wwr( STAMPS.. : I d7l GREEN. .STAMPS e/ I dx GREEN.,.. STAMPS 1
1 ooLO11' : ., THIIK. ricai.TASTK ....... I .. I rica.jmnmm JKWKLI.CHICKKM .
;( KINOnion J. o' .., ON TUNKMT -.01: Pk-
e .., 1. t d
.Ringsooo .... Fish Sticks ,. Meat Pies RS
z- rw .... ...
.' 1 I____'_- ..THHU.....rxx our. AST r30 :' -- OOOD...THRU..w.rxa.n. 20TH rll ; l ::u. : OOOD.rw THRU wirr n aul...24TMONI I33 1 1I SWANSON _
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1 I' ONC t : ; :. .''
Canned Ham i
1.. 800G......NY""WIMM U.f..leTN DtVlff *zs .000..THRU...w..../t......,.J.ele TM OOO. .THMU.r>,-.PI?*?..26TMr. "as 1; Seafood Platter 49 I 1,; 79 I
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i I dx/ GREEN.'.STAMPS a I dX RJ'i.PS a &L I M EXTRA.. .'.. ; I
1 a a 1 MORTON DANISH (Sov. JOlt) .
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I f 1 TWO/RG ; a arts.. .7 CMK MT* .., ONe 9-L PK e
l 4.... Custard COUNT"T.on Mx. I dN ITALIAN French .wUT Dressings DUTCH i I4,.. CRACKIN'"Fig Bars OOOB ; Pecan Twist59x '
I .000 THRU 1 12.; "": : "" ?
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'"''i'''' -" # 1 Mary Grunder Donohoe Named To On
I Vacancy
" r4; % I -r golf f Weds Mr. ConeIn


I : Keystone Keystone Council Succeeds Beam
t I KinrstV.; CI>IKimd
,bnilc.: the formor M.uy: (: '

,for Ire nt home 'in/ l lI C'li.u-! I II I I 'lonohoi', a runner the M.'lHomr Ullln.. F.oilt, .'

I Hiu: after thuir mm-riuso: nt -np' In List' I Drci'inlioi'H' rile I At the xpvrliil nii'i'tiiiK, : T'i/ ''" ,.

) "> I p 'in. j FrlcHy, Fob.< 4. nt the I'lci'llim.K\ ;immti'il| | Tiies- clay night! Police Chief f Ci 1'

I 11., ,..ur" of hey I. 1) Hi"wen. dny nigh{ \to lill\ tics iim-xplr- I Bruno reported' I hit,t In- i i< +

I I' ,rtl or,., of the First. .. H.iptl.sl. I'll t term' of Win. :VI i Bill I I been rpturnoil" to full Inn l,' ,

c'hnu'li'' of Keystone: IlelKhtH.. Benin, who ivrflKiii'd In. hei'iimi1\ work by nrcler) of >li\" .," \l I
I'I'h. / fl 'r The Illlde' iw the widow ofI II. t'nnillil.iti', < for Clay. County :Nelson. c'ffcM-tivc( TucHili' Iiirecent

i I Ito' try C. 1:1'111111.,1'! nnd
1 at Holly Hill. She is the In .'( ('i ivitli I ho rite on night
.r. I M daughter: of ,.'I'link1.: Hiirldu I'hiirtcr) I Donohof'H, """"II1L. ",,'uk.

mil tho lute.. Mrs." 13111'1<1'. of nii'iil U. (food only to the nc>,xl Will tor Milhlhofpr., who hid

"I'iitnliiii'K I < In., Shu moved toK'oriila ,city election, In l.'iM'ombi'i') I1IH6. hewn jfivc-n/ /n lell"f 1 I ihsi-in, >.

,, Hoveral yen"M HB" TIio now .'flu'utell non linn sevcrnl weoks .1170. !ri'-cumi, d

float I'eiins.vlvanlii and is .1.1registered i 11\ "*11 KcVHtimi'! : four yearfunilni \ -*, his duties as night put II I mini?mTiiPHclny.
.ut e11i11. C rdf llxVge' (>tY\tv: i's p'u'j\\'x'r !It.r..II"{ "" r/ka111 ,
.. !. );, k nur.so.. She belongs/ ;: from"' Clevnl.inil,', Olii.i. It was annouin-cil) I

.* liiiffniiin. House, one of several nell-kuown hotel .lix'ati-d. in :\Iplro", These cuclvtH, In trim unifitriiiN. tttteniU'il. I'll! SlKinii (lli'il', l'Hhihllsln-il. Inter In., I I to the Fist U.'iptlst Church. when1" I ho, \v.n, :1\\ niiiintemini'c1m In other nctlnn. the Cotin< II
vtliicliut tourist) twnn the time this [ the BPVV Club, mind, tho Women's and.! .' ','\ will f gave George LaKuo. li.ilrman
at i-ni.m
quite| a newspaper| | lut"'leta" first published.| Huffman, House' (mlliling with Professor. 4iiTK: C' IXMIIH-J-. .* |ir<-..lili-nt.. ,: { \ ( K-I.III )
Highway I Asuocl.'itlon, of I Kmher" Hii'lspl.int' of General" I of Streets Sanitation and

FEW INTERESTING tropical glow of a Florida Daytoni Kench. Motoix, b.o'. ,, .' hit. nMlii'iiicnt Garbage/ pel'mlll..l..n to hire

G.TlllmEIFTEIt May-day in an afternoon of :Mr. Cone wna born In TnIntkn lie Mil-mis I IIii' C'oiiiPitimtv I /n helper nt a temporary figuro

4 "MAGNIFICENT :... VISIT TO : and is the Church in mid of $1.25 per hone" to meet a
j: December, its glories lie revealed Anthony Not A Candidate I owner of l-.tune : n :II i iMU'iiiliiT
: LAKE<; SAST'\j on every hand to en- Cone Dairy) in Ormond Bench 1101' l pi,-I t it' "141r'r, of I !lhol'lnAI'luspd/ by one dapirtnipnt -

Graver In ire thuse the visitor as it has long He /also raises. registered/: An- j !, ( employee being: >in
'rr !
Pine and hickoryIlralth, Kratlfled the RUM/ cnltle unit is /n charter Viil I.a,Rut asked fur> permission
CThp f lollowlnc article is pUbll!' For School Board District 3A. member of the Aine.ricnn Angus I lo hiu' Andy, F'r.ik., .1 for-
Wealth for Once Clasp: Accepting the invitation
reproduced horn a yellowed I m''i' i-itv piiipliiyi-p.,, ,, b'if' Cnunilouil -
kindly extended by11': A. P. ; Association.Fire
newspnp.'iciippina) now 1111, tion( I Ii I tnurd! tile piopo-lll."

pos.ses.si3n: of the Melrose LI- n Inland 1'.lntrom !I I.1..11 II P .lntpl'. agent on the Clyde E. I IBudl I Anthoin of A ''I.. 'ill ,A I alas. < > 't.'lk1!! gi' -

orary. The cllpplii'i( boars no ( I .. 70.000() Hoxcs Are Ship- Line of the Western Railway Keystone Heights! anl101ll1l'ell3'esterdAY i Threatens n 'lie,,. (I'v-iI. ,"ninn, Tii"ipn ,

(date, oth '>'I' than Ducemb'' 12. i :: Yearly. at r'oilctn' an hour's 1'111011 thAt he will nut bea Several Homes 1 i i\ .. .' ,If .tit ,f r v 'I1 'i-
but the article was obviously I ;;:. FLA. Bee. 12I the J. T lV.. southward candidate for re-election to -t 1 1Y 'hiAt mi", th it lhhave
.4I I Walter Scott tnsHted I that: Inndrd:! our little party In the Clav County Board of 11n Club EstatesA ,
)?'i 1'n ti Inj I I 'l'all1pSILe.
you would see ;Melrose Green Cove Springs I not In Public Instruction District :it.

1 nrlvht I the spring exactly' but in the in the May Democratic Pri forest fire threatens\ I >iv -

\\' its towers by pale l'ovel I Thursday:! list t. at 1 o' mary. homes" In Keystone: Club )KNI

moonlight." )j I Ii clock p m.Ve met ;Mr.! In announctnu his dl'c''
L I Painter: at the depot, and were tiFu < Winds sent flames! nrro-s\ n See TheseRCAVlCTOR
ien. ald "I shall fo-'ei
I II i t, such H a rough/: j Anthony : : r
soon Joined by II. W. Mubry.The > rirellne bulldozed( by the i Kcitone '\ -
:I' at what (lie 'pveat I be urcteful to the people of
; h romanticist said. Stiindai'd's Green Cov Clay County for the hl'ili! Volunteer, \ File IVp.ulineiit. -
I I correspondent,. N resultlim in n MMMII.I" }
33"WIDE to say. But FlorlJa's: Honor they have bestowed( on ce
shadowy'' The Western( P.uilor, Multi. )manlog: of the i-qulpnicnt'
ni-c-ds, no !' I me by nllowinu me to irrvcthem
to magnify Its. beau I FloilcU, I M our" of the nev!! >csl in this capacity si.ve to prevent diun.mi1 to "I'.r' Values

01 to obscure( Its -Icfects: | load!) in the; state with u ver.v; j jI 1058. I h"It1I'l1l'n tlu1 fur ,crept' mI ,- .

tful beneath the semi-I Continued I On Next: I age] I "AlthouHh there have, I>Pn I I to the backvaid ,
: I I I Believed to hate\ c oi.ilnal, l;: "(d) icompareBig
L many problems that have cC\Ue
tom controlled\ b"
burmiin n
____ I fared our schools( ] during lily I )
I the
pulp wind hii
company \\ >-
_ service on the board. I have t- have had even n small part ,: t\ &
I ped fire burned nearly I loll
I reullzEM that the road to better :in this teivlce
V : II acres of woodland: \ : before U IIO.NOMOK.k ': :
KEYSTONE education is not a smoothone "I shall always be vitally Interested
i .
was brouuht! under contnil
I and is certainly a never- in! iinprovlim the education

ending one" Anthony 1m 1'1. "I of our youth !mild

,; : HIGHLIGHTSBy consider: and will recall every working; to better our school J
I moment of mv service an en- F.vstem In whateier manner I *
II ilthlng experience that I shall
I "
+ !.7 can.
II Emily ThomasPhones never forget and I nm proud i i

I Screen TV

; I II, Victory Over Lake Butler Gives I '4 dttp. yl+"

Day 17:1.4666:* ( Nile 473-1389: : f.
-| Indians Fifth: Straight Victory

attention of many lie hhad( an unequalled op- ,I won.....,.o.a .." '1 '

I : ,,,. ,1,"is well a-; multi poitunlty to see high tauklulgovernment I The l Keystone' Indiana iliunpfcl ttnoa.}, '' ." ..j i '"';
A. .
29..10611.n"t ,,..... !
throughout Lake I I I''
s th' coun- ofllciab subiec-Udl I ButliM 7I-S8 to net I II IlawlhunieLust .' ,
'' .
.nIWb' i'er
( V. II IIO I has been focused. on one to hours of questioning' about I II I their fifth HtralRht win Xtontlny Huturiliiy: night the Iniliiinn \ \ ca.r:9fl: '

i ii iiiI finest TV presentations this country's role in the <-onflict night.Gary. \ stung. the H.twlh".ne IMelrose Scout" Kn.ioy: (('ampniitMELROSE -

l iI I II many a year-that of the I of Viet) Nam. Whether, or Cooper lad, t 1.1' Indlnns'winning \ I Hornets" '' 4!>-4t In a llnul, 1 period y..lttltttltt lT*tt. ,, U. > M'Juine, P Voie.tirt ; '

= = ii I Foreign Relations not there will !*> b nefit !Irom drive with 26 points I flashback to claim+ the plus (iliicc.. .\11'.'- ii. T. Dent 1 I II

t'I1t hearings Tlje pub- 1 this is for the future to de- followed, by Stefan Hrokii.-i Bide1. IIC tile scoring sheet.iiiry M'' ,K: T VViihl4Mi I
I < clde. but for the it is u'ncl, ( Coopi'in. ml Stefan Th.lI"nol"
pie.sent with 21. Jim TliloH with
I J !Tier :Mi.VV J. Oral 1'1.' ".."u 'a1
f I edifying to see the news as ill I n. llrok.'iM, I Hp'at'headml| i < I'hl' BlIiiK- I I:, K i Mi" .,,,1111 :Hlr.nui.\ '3.C.".c..all, ,d.n.l, )
I.'! taking place.IIERE hug>\ Indian "moor |;iiiiil: riinciueHt ll.v Rally Kothli.iininrr 252 .q In. piclun' '
Ii Jerry/ Reddish, was high' } ("Ill IU[ 'II :NKUS: I
: : N' 'rinitK: : I L. bogging/ ; *; 18 II nil 12
Lake 1. RCA Pan 0 Ply pIcture
/ nuin for flutter with 21 I 'I lie l-.iith Presbyterian Tinted -
I ,, .. .... ..4.A.....
e.iili. Jti'cldiainled
points Hcnny" '' ''
One of Inst week's .. .statora! points, ; diipportecl. by Danny (Church, t-Vllon-.hlii, "" supper') will tube
in the hemlnKs. term Ru.-ik.: Whitehend with 111.> tin; llorne.ts, with 13luiinlx S'OIIT :NKU'S: Ijr n tell try next: Friday i 22,500 volt New Vista chass.S,
L 1 mentioiifd bile that earlier riilliuscil. '' by Hon McKl-: Scouts, of Two JOU!) hold I It New Vista, VHF, Solid State
I I197GIb fly 1<"..Vl with 12. UHF tuners
A In the W-'ek he had spoken lit joy d'nonsI'aItotm" 1 ol umpliiK i in : biMvrrn
I I the scoring" sheet with Mciiili.'onii'iy. .Stnrk'I> / Itiroal" FM sounJ
The "Coii/cn/
ireezeI11)I ,l'lme11.;/ close hotly
a convention In Las Vegas N l Ifl! ri'boiiniN.: Poopi'r" Rrahhocl i the Melro.se. HUh .School] fixjl /and Ki'Vsloiic HI'Ithlsotis; I|
fought, r with I"V-I
M That was none other than\ off II and; Tlue, pegged" 12. ball fklcl In observance ol Buy F: I, Kl.cimehrr.:l Mix Clnil'lfMill "
t the -omrntion) of the Natural i stone losing the llrst pcrioil Scout Week. Tlif.v "ceded th" Alevne Adie I Illi
(: tin. mil i Mrs
The Indians: tcioU off with u ,
M-IO; .h""I1.JrIlg'lIh good( <",ffunse f- !
f t SERVICE"A I n Rural Electrification Cooperntlve.s 1 wl'I'k'llh n camp-out lit I In- \\ ; he luisti'i-cs, Mrs Curl
r ,
fast and' hot lead' ii the IIrut. to tnkethe 1 second l. 20- VR. FREE
-.r 1 Association, and in the qu.irtpr., 21-ir miilntnincd l site Boys p.irticlpiillnu,,' In the Su'uI.her, 1.Ihe( n slRtnnt or- : 1
ra : III l !17.; dropping: I 1110' third 0-11 ; I
audience at Husk's ev'nlw'l'c, Lloyd H.ildwln., Mil-:
I spivi.-h) i I' In the second, ZD-12: but fell unit bla/.inK buck I ID bill the Miil-l/ ni Ihclr chiiicli
were Keystone's; and 1I11.sE hc'hmil, In the third I fourth period, < ),;.11. winning die Rot hh a miner. Hilly, Sc'icmneman. !!- )! ('111)111. :MS l: Service with

T Mnrtln. who uereeie-I: IV21 : and, dropped the fllI.II'ler'l John Chaml>II'''. Rudy The, Viking Players!: of SI
the game mid wiping/ OlltI/ I
gates from Clay Co-Op to thi- 18-20.) Dampier Paul ;Morris.( Brent Johns. River .Junior'\ \ Collexpi'sentPd each Color Set
qunrtrr, .
I ](l-t:!:! 1101 I net lend! which hint .
ii DuplexX convention.Col. Baldwin. Chuck Orm-by. Ricky 1< 1 "( )111' TOIl II" bv.1
There's a I This aims the List regiilnr; I hewn built up In the Ill's throe ,,
.. amid Mrs.. David Nelson Wheeli-r, 0111 y :MrCliw.Mnrvln Th..ItIOIlVllrI1'. dlrec-led. '! b-
,, ,
for every family Henson game for Clnry Coopermil 1U.1' / rt emsKIWSTONi I I' --
sp"nt tin: weekend vlthj I !Minto.i. Jimmy :\if''I 1'-' Ilnwnr I PPlluini.! lit : (
Jim both : : 0-1 1111'(0'1'1 '
and kitchen. ; Thii'H. ceniors.Conch Cooper" "
lends' and relatives : I' tilt amid Itnlpli Kliii'iT.! High School, ii, I ..
iosi'! /Z'L ..
O-IS t.
Uroltas. 5-2-12 4-
Lynclle 1 Kirtley hurl ; ; Thies -
; '
I,( DUPLEX 19 : 1 See where they attended' Ih FIISlh.1 !ugh' pints for the playing 0-8: Moon 2-0-I I ; Osteen, 2- Troop 1 lOll! I pimiciiitcd!| In t nt 1 p. in. Tin, ilrainit; will be ": rrt ,_ .sows'

33" wide l ':\' KEIKi\KN: .: Jr. nual George Wiishlnuton pa- I ability of both boys following I 3.7: TOTALS 225Jll.IIAVVTIIORNK ). I I I the special I protect' with the prp.spntpd in'xt) ,, nl the ('I 11udllol'llIIn is -,
I'iid.mid celebration. North Floi'lrt.i. Council anj the .' rei:
DUPLEX 22 No- : ( I hiframe M'm'liiy' nlRht. : nec-kham. I i]I \ In Paliilkn on > I
.35 ..wld.1! En;: route to a etult! . with Your Gulf LifeRcpresentatice The win jiviM the InclninH" n T--KI; ( ; ninckwcll ;; .Mc-i I More "
1 DUPLEX 25 southern IMTI.K'AI IlKIIXii) ;I': i unpin own
sons, Mr and Aim" : Kills.: :3-0-B : !School In Crescent' Clon \ \
Holds ll-i! winning 'ircord nnil Klroy.2l2: ;
.41wid t A L. Sherwood l. of KilninnnoMich eitpittheir ; 2-0-4 TOTALS. 20-1-1 1st placeMc', '". !Miny Cook Mnich 3 nt 1 p., m. mid JlCAVlCTOllThaaBlack
The HilA '' ; I''
regular rage: sea iin
DUPLEX 30 has : 'pC'ntIe| I'I.'m I days: with II.. I IOcfent Mhs!'! 11Hllly"I'. I r Tuluvisioq
48" widel InillMiiH,, : have netted viilorlesIn .
Mr nnd :Mrs Albeit! nich- 2ii'l place' \h R'I/l111, / I ,, On NcM Pn' el J : ''
I i
him how one Gulf life m.inn. Mrs Hachniann liar re- I IlK1 lust. xrvi'ii out of I./h/ I liellThe ( ..! ana Whit* .I,

,," policy with Adopt-''- i c'ij., '.<' nii'PlH.Sntunliiv. Inilinns. took ti> 'liie: wnr- or ColorTin
'nlh dl.icaul"J: her, bark
can family protect Income your odd hIIIrP: : and Is vesumlii1.lie.! I I, niKiil;/ lhi, Inilinnsen pulp III Ilu'I .second quarter of

Improved to your retirement :nJC: playln-i HPI -lstr>r-'n-.i! I I IT, Into' Ihe ('.11) group! hist j Friday night's/( game j

or help tend your chil :Mrs. R. F. Dittmer will :leave tuuu11011'II' irlnK"| :,, ; lit ln\v-( milling, Iell 82-4H. V' brXuHwie.,,;A<.> >. 'i i1C11
'IffWa'! Keeps a to college I Ih,,""', |>l 'iviim Ihp| winner ofI'rthc (Jury" Cooper, netlccl 30( "c /," ill u.....> ". I 1
k-j?S at a" times, Kr\ -!t'IIE'' :Mai-' 'i ::1) ntfi "In! r 1':5! 9q. ut.. picture ).
nmlit'M, rliidli bctwi'cnMM'I' to lead do,ni :.f
\=-J f No messy 1'(11'' ( 473IHIO: i in-' with Mis Hi'len points Keystone ''dIInN
1Jp.h."1 Available in' flit. tRi .?", |, .ni'l. Il.'nvthiirn,1.: Also. the victory. : path: seconded, 1 by ,
t.- -"J Admiral. ,! Keystone Ilrlghts. 'In.. F F Busier I Alken Dltt-I 'MM l''inln', niuhl.: tint\ Keystone. Stefan/ Hrok.'is:: with 21 mutt.

HiJ, HUH :Miller gill pi.iv the linwthiirne. ( '"' Jim Thles: with 13. r' 1-i i / IJY
I tf i in ii itli Die winner ; 1 Var' tho losers." n.II'! ; Hrinvii t -

;g: uii'"l tin-,. 11'11''lIe11'114/ i unit Donate Strlcklnncl, cnuh S
II ll, IV 'Ml,U litKKYSTONK" bugged/ 1 10 points $11995DISCOUNTS 1

I a rl } ft' l ; ( ) : Cooper, The Indians tinllwl, In the

! 141 J-" :',,1 M I B' okns O-4-4 ; S. Hro- : first quarter 12-13; bat l exploded -

), !it m u-:!.P1 : Thlp"I1, : '' to take the 1 second' 23-

,' I II IIIna SInc.n, :10()-a: fKteun, 1-0-8.ITOTAI. ) ; 13. with 23 polntH.. which ifiilnel -

.-- 27-20-74. ', them. H nine point halltinie

: A I.AKI I Hl'TI(' .KIlVhiti: .- lend : then claiinecl I ,1 the third,

I ,nl,' ",,1) H1I'ri"l : 1-0-2/ ; '1"11 riel', 1 11-8 'to increusu" their WITH

t Hl'rlII1.3.21, \ ; Mercer 15-4- lead, to 15 points; and 1 ilonnnntpd Have "Instant Money" Safely/

' l 16 IJ- U'li-, 1-2-10; TOTALM.IIo.pltal the final period, ,, 21)0!> (i.Hcoimtf i. SERVICEWasht'I'sHet'riera

I DUPLEX 22 ADMIRAL u blazing: 2'/ points
t' ADMIRAL At The Point Of Your Pen
2S9 ID no-detrosting' 324 lt>. nodel'o ,I for H cnnifcu table Jti: point :: -
"treeier 13.4 cu. freezer .
mnrjrln.KEYSTONK! tors
deirosting, ft. no-defto for "
It. no- :
retngarator SII"1erY'1'I : : : CiMiper. 12-

208 !
refrigerator' UI' HSTY. Ktc.
cu. II. total .. niedulcd: for Sunday.Mr ) ,
ft. tot.il capacity.Packed No minimum balance
I cu. with deluxe Automatic ice t K"vst-n"rs attending 0-30 I): :M. Hnikiis." :3-1-7! :: H required !
feature .Includinanntnmaticlee plus a host. of. |I Br,"ik.is.. /S--i.l7: ; Thll'''. rt-l-13:
makerl deluge. f it.ir. i! te R. \ ,'llel"', BaM: In .laCKI Model NO2269 Model' NO256! :: ; I- Moon 21.OHt".n.: ; 3-0-B:
last Fm
I i'lf :n Jacksonville t ''
'I \
'I TOTALS. 31-II-M2.' and
day'''ire, Mr and :Mrs Gordon accounts, you can enjoy the
\ I IIELi/ D. Roberts' 1.0.2:

3 Order Your RUDOLPH DAMPIER Sunday Adams guests of the Las I'I Tuwnsend.. 2-0-1 : Brown 5.0- time-saving convenience of paying WHEELERDISCOUNT

) StrUkl.iml., 5-0-10 Cnn-
* Invite You To Visit !His New Harlwr Shop on Rhocl"i were Mr and:! Mis. J. i 10; ; by check, safe instantly
Delivery I nun 1-1-3; Gillian 11.3; money ,
Highway 21 (North) In .Melro-.e. L. Hart. of Mayo and their '! Hl1t'hl.'r. 4-0-8; B. Roberts
chit John and Marilyn\ available
: ren. I'
204V: Robert, 1-0-2; TOTALS
i Mrs Hart Is a physical education
I The Melrose Area's teacher in the school I 22-2-4. Appliance Store

,1 SALES & Newest and Most Modern where formerly the taught Keystone coach i KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Between Melrose &

:lolls Josephine Reed wishes ,
TifF RH1IIT POINT tar the Keystone
: .J>.I.C. Keystone !Heights, Iii
Barber Shop. to thank her many friends I way you wrn>. ('frn In nod

Th. 175.2371; : : who visited: her and SlIt I ...l...'t your favorite KMTK.K-:! : "Your Friendly Hank In Your Friendly I Route( 21
and cards during !her
"'ll' "LIT'" AND:; YOUR I'ATHOSAGEI'I'nECI.T.n.; recent: hospltnllzatlon. In I BROOK 41'11.. fountain |pen. TEI.EGR Community" Afelr ,,,e 1752101BRADFORD ;; / (

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Camellia Carnival Keystone Golf Wallace Mrs. ITlDIH'' TMOMl'KINS 1 ..1.., ,
Keystone School Billy H. Copeland while cannot be good wife and "u. 'd.I IXtlICK
I In
surpassed which his '
respect hint !
Magnificient : 01"! fll.lM. :
In the side toul'npy.Ira.: 1'1'1'1'1'10\|
I And Card PartyAt Activities Ketch. shot an 89 for fut HONOR ROLL she Is In the hospital. ,: of the menu supplied or its nature suggested. set out a ....." !"'!% \I. ltlH<
Mrs Ada M. Robeison! and excellent today toveia OK ,tMIM| ,I win.\ llll\i
preparation This is which
Woman's Club place] low gioss honors and Ina Mis. J. C. Hanuey of Galnun- MelroseI grove fine ;N; itl I .' Ix. I h""h I i l \' xUi:I .,n, (i",,,,
A field forthe other of as
large turned out one place in Plot ida acres
three-way tie for second I Through error last week twenty-five I hiivx. filed iiiv Illuil ifiurilH,,
annual George Washington yUle went to Daytona Beach where one Is served with cof- section can HtliiilnlxtrHli I .!.' I lhf .
Helshts Woman the first part of the Keystone growth as any UN I <> UKUH( ,,
The Keystone were Mrs Starnes. :Mrs E. F.
for a visit with the J O Rob- 1:11(1:,' it' "h""II.kl"lf., .......
Silver Trophy Tournament Heights School Honor Roll I From Proceeding PaP] lee "like his mother used to show. lie will this season ship .I' ( ..II"JI ,
Club will hold a Ce- Alkeri and Mrs. Henderson I linn' fll il
Unit ins ;
I hel-d afternoon at the euon family and to Mel- make." when this is done which at an I |I'iitl.T.doI' ,?
tnellla Carnival Card Party Sunday I with Hendeison] receUlnic the was omitted. This Is printed (promising future. It has a 4.500 boxes ( dl'011'1101111">n HIM lui,' flU ,i
Keystone Golf and bourne to visit [the G H Rob- there Is to b of $2 box will net .., ., mid. t that ,
at, p.m. Monday in the I Country award from matching scorecards below together with an explanation constantly growing business-. nothing more ? average a illmhurMri! "u \tir I hJI
Club. eiHOn family last weekend. said in Its favor. All the. oth- $9.000-not a bud yield : I. I'lllU' I will 1l1..ly| | I ti., Hi',. '
Masonic Hall In the nine-hole players of symbols used! to: Mr. and Mrs D S. Jenkins a business that must be per- llinioKiblf,, Tlnirim, A. Vuun I

Card names of all types I Sponsored by the Women'sGolf Mrs. R L. Walker won denote different categories of manent: since it runs west requisites follow! as the The closing hours of the <',",.,.IO.fo.huh. : ,..... it llriulf, ,,.,i.i j I
] AssocIation. the event Tommy spent Friday tides follow the to have been the ,, Florida, Ini.' ,
i honois I ; moon. day were 4 IltY 111'1"1\I .,"I !
vll' ) be played. according: to with a low gross of 54. with from Green Cove Springs
i evening in Jacksonville with ... final .
was nonmates mixed two ball) Melrose is the most widespread best but. alas the rain came .r HiiM'' leturnH und f .,
list the
The of
the chairman. Mrs. Fremont Mrs Marshall low net winner names on I their son. Jack Edward Jenkins through home of th!? finest 11 I n .unlei. ,' will from a 2:30: p.m. shotgun' semester and six weeks rll1clpal's. town known. accord- down. and before we not as final dlmlmriro
and hat UH
Totles a contest with 36.New I and pine lands in the South. This iidininiHtmtrlx -
be ield foi the most original start honor roll and; honor family.Mr. road was completed two years ing to aiea and population.: fur west as Mrs. King's grove <>t the .atnt. >> of' 'I'd:, ,i iI'lKnimklnB .
bonnet i Low gross winners with 39 able mention lists foe, Key- and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe Four counties corner inside its our guide philosopher and : : deicHHetl:
ChurchTo and ago. Dexter Hunter is the (viiritnry, IK 1 I limit
O itlnnl slRiia! painted by were Mrs. Arthur Ketch and stone School has bcen released company In spent Suniay president: D W. Rsynolds: admitted limits A Mr. A I friend. decided that we should KIlNI-SriMJ' ;; TIHTMI'KINAdmllllHtl: : .*.
Fiemont Tolles. In second Be DedicatedAt evening Cedar Key. Virgle's! : I stand In Putnam and under Mrs. King's hospitable '
may stop
Mi Henrv Schubcr\ are in 'I by PrincIpal Joseph D sister secretary: W. J Wilson ti'easuser -. mi" ix
place were Mrs. J. D. Hender and brother-in-law Mr. call across the line to B-- moot for an hour and THOMAS: ill! ptftmnVltnrnrvn '
the Benson<< :
window throughout down-
l Speedville and Mrs. Connie O A. Dud' Jngton vicepresident "I Law
demons, and
and Clarence Porch with who lives in Alachua. to invite then return to Melrose. We
tow area. son The names of those: on the Ronnie : I... E. Barker general I I'. -Prtlw..r| 10:W
40. First low net was Mrs. .semrstei lists will Include the, Harvey of Oklahoma Messrs. C and D.- found :Mrs. King a cultured "tai,'ke. Florida.
Tnif( evint. is one ot the I Dedication of the Church of I superintendent and gen-
City are here visiting for several :'. J4 4* :3/17
AI Watson and James Chess- .. who live in Clay and Biad- English lady whose drawing
; symbol f I pi I for principals llt
mi 01 und raisins affairs God By Faith in Speedville I days. eral freight and passengeragent

neduled> by the club this ington with 31. and Mrs Gordon will be held on Sunday with I I hi I for honor toll, and I ml I and W. S Banks audi- ford to come to tea and the I loom and other surroundings 1 M 'I'UK: <<<*"I'J\! '.'" .IIIM.fft: ,

Lee and Don Shackleford.with for honorable mention after i party could get together Insideof I needed no other Introduction FOH<< flit "..
.Pit( with proceeds slated for a service and lunch scheduled I tor. The general offices ate at '
OHO <<< OI\I' .
32. were in second place. each who also] attained the five minutes. This is rather to a refined chcle The draw- PI.lflhitt
1'U"II" clubhouse construction at the church. Green Cove 8prlnlls.Supel'1I1tendent I' Piton \1'10,
Conservation Speaker Tied for second but loser on Elder Walter Camps. pastor .six weeks' list NEWS NOTES Barker who I convenient for neighborly Ing room is of the best English I BHTATK OF:

match cards Mrs. Bill. but when swashbuckler the Venetian glass o.1'W'I"'S :;
were Grade 1 Honor Roll- Lisa courtesies a style. : Tiionr
i Is in his office when
C.ame Warden J. Metcalfiif extends his apprecIation to always I .
Smith and Marshall Gallop, By Helen KffanKSTERN from Putnam knocks chandlier. sparkling!! from the llfllllMHll< .
\\ the speaker at the Tues- the members of the congregation : Benson I p I Cynthia Allngle- not absent on business, seems I '< 'riK( : ll) <(< MKDIION: *

do: luncheon, meeting of the also with 32. and lends who maJe dod' I Ip)J. Janice Metlivln I hi.1. to be the special guardian of out the brains of a particular center of the celing testified Ml ",.*,IIrll, .ot ihi> -Ki/ite. tVUWTHM

friend on the soil of Clay both to good taste and generous -. :I; THOUSI.n: .
/ 'I.SIP i
A covered dish supper and anl Darlene Raulerson I 1111.I
Tub his subject being "Wild donations toward the new ; its foi tunes. He devotes all his I .
: STAR iiaHeil. h'rph nnUCu'd
; County and then lands at a wealth. a miiMiilncl
Lid. He discussed: the var- social get-together followed I church. Honorable mention Vivian time and energy to developing i | in flli> linv ,'In",inn, ,

lou' tvprt of animals found I the announcement of winners I I The public is invited to attend Sellers I hi. Steve Rhoden Ipl The Keystone HcUhts I I the rich country through I hop skip and: jump into On the way out we passed ''oI..mlln.l'hl, ,'" I tl>"v 'may I hi. ,,.

bv Mrs Whitney Wyman., Nancy Nickell I hi I and BietBnnnon Chapter of OES held its regular Bradford or Alachua thus by the only grist and cotton L Atrulnut.\ mild. t>"ryri> In the "r.'t tflew
in (the area and their habits' I all services on Sunday, which the road runs, stimulating .
business meeting with I playing at hide-and-seek with mill water we' of the fonnty .Imlav' .r r rHrndford
by power
I !! run
WQA tournament chairmanA1KEN1'ht I hi J. On the si lx
ano) 'h.iraeterlstlcs. beginning with Sunday Schoo i Its products and:! attracting ('nunly.I I"l''rlda, intin
weeks' honor loll list only arf election of officers on Feb. 151 I the officers of the law it becomes have seen in Florida. "Htaiki, '. .
., tom, : TOURNEYIn I at 10:30: am. accoidlnn to thither both tourists and I t at FI"
K. School I
principal Beverly AKUilera Tracy Dakel' in the Chapter room of Mel-i a little monotonous. An The groves and homes of Ida. ,Mlthln Blx ealeiidnr. ,i i inouihifrnni /' ,,, .
first contest of the
Jo-epn) B. Benson and Mis the : Lois Mlddleton, chinch ae- Lod home seekers t the ijjife( nf thi. f.i" xt ,,,.
lose Masonic: !.' Temple I effort was made several years Dr. Flank J. N. Hampton I mu'
Dana OoeUman.
Jane MrMurtiy were guest of r Vesta Aiken 18-hole and 1hpDottie porter. ClndrKing. : The Western Florida railway, 'Illation. of I his' notlie. i 1'.1.. h
UK club in Parks 9-hole tournaments / Paula Mathls, Cindy The new officers will be installed extends thli.ty-three miles ago before the legislature tc John Wolf and -- were ,Iflllii' 01 I ,. .dciniind' MIIIKI li.,. DInrlllnu 1,
conjunction wIththe
held last Thursday 18 Miller Sandra Tanner, and I on SaturJay: March 5 organize a new county, taking especially prominent during i / and' must' Slat. 'ihp
south to Melrose. Its present I
Litterbug Contest conduct- CALENDAROf Yvette Walker. Honorablemention at 8 p. m. as follows: Worthy; In Melrose as the centre, but C our drive. 'JIa'C nf reeldenre nut! puft rfl' .
!o by the group in th!> local I women participated In the : terminal point. Within two I' .. aildreHR i 1)f lli- ilnllniniund '
events and match play sidtournament. ; Events for the six weeks lists; Matron. Dorothy Koons. Wor- miles of the line. on either the bill failed Why cannot niiiRt be ,sworn ,tn by i n,,.
'i nool Miss McMuitiy a -
Donald Ashton. Dean Mayo thv Patron. Floyd Koons: A. the legislature incorporate liilnlunt. hlR. nuetit: ni hln. a.t ttorney l'
llllh school senioi. was a- sodntp\ Fide are forty-two lakes-not :: It I t will becum ,,,
: ( Mation Geraldlne Melrose. lust all she stands I "" or v id 1
warded a prize for her essay' EIghteen holp] winners were Friday Feb. 25-Woild Dayof : Anne Nelson and Omar Val Jackson lagoons or bayous, but crystal Church Service ... ,'..rolll1l1'. In Inn',, .
; Associate Patron and give her at least '
; Prayer union service. 2 Idejuli a mayor 1':1'(11'0.:1';.: F. !SHAW
clear each
un ''itterbURglnar./ and Benson !Mrs\ Arthur Ketch twoupoxer ; waters. and deep,
Hector Ownbey: Secl'etlry.Bea and marshal with authoilty to Admlnl triiloi of the r-: .
pm., Community Church. Grade 2 Honor roll Colleen]
Mrs. James : being from springs far underneath -
announced that the essay and I Chessington:: .,
0''t"n TI
I trlcp Sfhroeder.: TieasurerVera arrest and punish for minor let t I" .i ii.land.
Open to all denomlnltlons.Monday. Bickel I hi. Mark -BaptistFirst .
I. Kiefer Iml I. .
posttr winners would be F Mrs Fremont Tolles two and I and iimmed round with il" HiiMeO..
i Feb 28-Card Party Joanna Knepper I hi. Karen. Ownbey: Conduct.ress.Pat.tY' violations without regard to Baptist Rev J. D .' 17 .
named at special school I one over Mrs. A. L. Dante:; : r : solid precipitous banks as if 2 4 41 1 1
and Camellia CarnIval spon- Tanner (ml. Kim Larsen fhl. Glhle: Associate Conductrf' the fact that Melrose cover Bowen pastor; Ralph Cope'aiwi. -
assemblies next week MiSs J. D. Hendeison four the hand of art had fashioned
and three over Mrs. John SOl'ed by Keystone women'sl Hariy Wagnel' (Ihl I J. Kevin; !!. Josephine Reed, them for utility and beauty one corner of each one of four organist

i Batts: Mrs Roy Stames six Club. 1 p.m., Masonic Hall]L. Brown I Ihl.I Kevin Bannon' Sentinel Frank Jones There i Is nothing like these counties? Worship services : Sunday STARKE

MURRIIEEIniurance and four over Mrs Ed Dwyer:: Admission I Ihl. KImberly Crosier (mi Advance noticeGrand: lakes anywhere in Floiida Santa Fe Lake reaches from Ham. 7:30: p. m. (nurserjnxnj

and Mis Huntley Redfearn. Wednesday. Mil 2-Starke Tommy Bell 1 Iml Shannon r; ; Chapter of Florida will beheld They are not approached by] Waldo. on the Florida Central I. Wednesday. 7:30: p. m BUSINESS

one-up over Mrs. Whitney Men's Golf Assn guest day: i i Facer I Ihl I. and Frank Bailey: at Tampa ;May\ 1013with I, treacherous muck or cunning] and Peninsular twelve miles Sunday Schoo) 9:43: a. m

Agency at Keystone Club. 1 :30 I Ihl. On the six weeks honorable the Flordlan Hotel as ., routh to Meliose Its extreme
Wyman. : p m L. I quicksands. but one may (nursery open]I. Training Un

General Insurance In the nine hole Mrs. mention list are Gent headqunrteis Reservations( i reach the water dry-shod. western limit ton, 6:30: p. m. (nursery open) DIRECTORY
group should be
THE RIGHT POINT for 'he Bufflngton. Bruce Bleasdale.ChrIstina made pally and The lake is about three
"'J CASUALTY!' MA R. L. Walker was three and I : I members \vlihln to attend I Generally, our Southern
way you wrIte. Come In and Baker Pamela Ml- miles wide fringed:! on either Catholic [(
RIVK; ACTO-BONDS two over Mrs Frank Tolford. pine lands are either poor or
wlect your favorite ESTER: mnv contact Mis. Schroeder: side with flourishing 'j
sell Cynthia Tuiknett and. groves St Williams Fr. Thoma.
Keystone H.lirhts. 47S-478 malarious. As to the rich section -
and Mrs Marshall Gallop four BROOK fountain pen. TELE- :U 472-4217 for details. Melrose is situated In what i'
Sharon Hal 11.] Kelly priest in ctia-rge; Mrs
through which the West- AUTO REPAIRS
I and three over Mrs. Jack Telegraph./ Grade 3-A Piincipals' list-- Jo Reed. who has !been hoe el'n Florida railway lies a known as "the high lake region I E.! A. Lamm organist<

i Teresa pitalized for some time ;le- ," A year ago one of GenPotter's Masses I
FaiiU Ihl LesterKetch marked exception be : Sunday 9:15: a. m
I Ihl. Laiut Darken: [Ipl turned home'on the 16th noted. the advantages of a census agents reported Ions 5 to 5:30: p. m. eacn Sat

i and Dan ell White I Ihl. Honor Ronnie Haidenbergh recently fertile soil healthful that the finest orange Earl's GarageALL
and a
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE Roll students aie DaniteSpukman underwent major surgery$ in llmate combined: In a re- lands in Florida covered by an urday. KINDS OF

I Ihl I. Lisa Stewart AlRchua General Hospital and maikable manner aiea of ten miles square. could Novena and Benedlct1olM'.onda.y. AUTO REPAIR WORK

I I hI. Christine Brokns f Iml 1. will! be cheered by cards from The claim Melrose\ as the. centre of ; 7:30: p. m. All Work Guaranteed
orange proves are rich
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Anita Menzen I Ihl I.I Bret Coleor ; members and filends James and green a dark green the area. This was certainly avery -Intf'rdt'monlnatlonalConununlty Phone 9092964So. :!

Roll students are DanltaI and:! Evelyn Puckett. who which shows the hlgest splendid complimentsides. Church Di Walnut Stark.

I ] Timficad I hi I and Joseph moved to Jacksonville have Of fertility In l thi lanria degree Tn whpn up __ _It.q__ .".._.nlth'"I."c._._... _..... ..... h..__ A. C. Holt, minister:-MrsGeorge
purchased a small home at Is taken into account I
Ricks Is listed as honorable most cases without artificial; i Canevft organist. .
APPLIANCES. ; pni..1 1974 Rtveibluff Road. EvelynIs Santa Fe lake is AUTO
| AUTO sixty feet SERVICE
i mention.
SERVICE Electrical Sale *_ !_';___ n. slowly recovering from fertilizers or with only such Sunday School 9:30: a. m
a deep-a sheet
I Oiade 3-B Honor roll-Billy fertilizers of clear freshwater
as the farmer
gath- Morning Worship 11 1
KING'S : Yeoman's Beam 1 Ihl Clifford Burke [Ihl fall two hundred feet above k. inINUIBCTT
T V Electrical irs from hi. own barnyard. !
Center open both hours].
Terry Davis 1 Ihl Jeffrey Facer Forty members and five That Is true the level of the St. Johns Gilbert S. Brown
also of the
Service Station Sales & Service Rin'sU, en loved the meetingand country river. Melrose is well
I hI. Steven N'elwn I Iii. supplied !
J. H. liliES Proprietor Immediately around Mt"Io -EpI coialSt. !Standard Oil !Service SUMui
Fl'lgldoire Appliances Keith Pitts I Ihl. Teresa Baker hour. Refreshments! e, I with stores a telegraph an Anne's '
USED! CARS AT every home eek- Rev. W. W ATLAS
Authorized Motorola Police I : ihl. Janet were served by. the committee. express office. postofflce.
Maying Washers Etseniiclicr Ihl. an Worstall
'rI'ho i. vicar
gales and Service IUKC3AIN PRICES Hector and Vera Ownbey Ru- pursuit of a ; R Q Cope TIRES A: BATTERIES
excellent school
and Motorola TV Laura Henderson 'Ihl.I Theresa homestead rich with under the land, organist.Morning I
Siegler Heaters Meek. I Ihl I and Shelley]] bv Tyre and "Teen" Elsen- assurances able presidency of Proto G. C. Budget Term*- Road Serrtw
&Service! On All Make Special This Week Rekel'. of both health and Prayer and Set Phone
1958: CADILLAS I>. O. lt." inn Melrove Ruff inl I hI.I Honorable mention < wealth, may take a Loonev (land f two assistants!!< ] mon. 2nd and 4th 4-T071
TV RI() STEREO rhonp A couitfsy meeting to the trip on with 136 pupils Sunday 407 N. Temple Starts
473.2371hOME at
lists David
1959: BIJLAIR: CHEV. Few I Iml J and t the Western Florida railway present in 9:30: a. m. [nursery
retiring officers: J. Azzie Williams open)
(COLOR TV :1957 CHEVROLET Karen Stanley 'Iml 1. On the Past before n_ -Inrofl-__,,....in.. .In.. M n .>-_- ____- attendance.. President Looney Holy Eucharist _nnrf. ....rm/v HURST'S
Patron, Loa jnu.uIsln2' ---- .H
: and
REI'AIRS'lInt six weeks' honor roll]] arc Ed- Edy- region is paid $3,000 a year. his 1st and 3rd --.wu

Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals 3IKLKOSK 475-3131 --- ward Dickinson thc Nicholson. Past Mntron. known character! for scholarship Sundays 9:30: A SHELL J
; iinClark In And M. (
\ will be held Around )Melrose nursery open)1. CliuriJ
Paneling? on March 1 at 8 and :
Need P. mHOMEMAKKRS. Men who have sung "the proficiency School, 9:30 A. M. "Holy Euohailst Service Station
Keystone Height. 473-4651 MELROSEAuto Shelling? Grade 4 Honor 1'0l1--oret- slory and Justifying almost any salary "
the 8
a. m. each Gaa
: cum nothing of anltme" Sunday.. Oils Lubrication*
Doors Need Fixing? chen Newman I Ihl. Letha he might see fit to demand.
/ may a'kWhy: Isn't Evening Prayer. 7:30 Goodyear
P. Tires
Service The KeystoneMcRaeLake : :M & BatterlMROAD
CA I AL..: Metcalf I m I I. Carolyn Jordan: fair Melrose] better Drive Among The Groves each Sunday. '
Geneva Homemakers known If EYC. 6:? P. M SERVICE
Richard Jones r hi I. Patricia Extension We had no time to
Naples I
AUTO REPAIR Prop. KEYSTONE Ihl. Club held its monthly It possesses all the advantagesyou sail enjoy a each Sunday. 301 and 100 -StarkAorld *
Bruce Bannon I Ihl, Loretta suggest: ?" on the lake nor a rowboat DaiLyoffices _
Former Owner J. L. meeting In the Clay of Mornln
Motors Home .
Repair Fishing
Duhamel Is
I Ihl I. Karen Newman Ask on, one of thspoi't..s and EvenIng
conference doubting Thomases Player, 8:00:: A I ",
Macclcnny loom on Feb. 16 r. Ii
& Improvement Ihl Suzette Heptinbtall (hI. and keep which entertain wintri CPI5flAW.U5t Utaps* '
Hen'iceP. on M.
with' 20 members and lends' qklnll'lBut? It and 3:00: ) p. M. .s
Goetzman Bros. General Repairs 0. Box 12 / Christy Jones I Ihl I. Darlene attending !III all because :M'lrose< hasn't visitors and quail-hunting af- I ? .

Hall (Ihl. Cherie ChiIstoffers been ford amusement and -Presb>ttrla>
reereatlon -
S. New & Used Part. Keystone Heights. Fla. and Debbie Mathenr f Ihl 1.I Plans were made for members I fortunate advertised: lor as other less to home-stavpr. _An'" Faith Presbyterian_ fm_ ......< I 4''
shall I on. ---- UM'VUI
GarageREPAIR Phone 73.733A : ; Honorable to attend the Clay County say more pleasure-seekers alike. -Rev. J. R. Neale I
TeirlBennett foitunate'l The Ji
Standard Oil Fioducts1MFLROSE iriii'rnl. Leaders I sections have min = :
Contrmfor Training : later
Spt" >- Meeting wonder Is that ; Mrs. W.
I I Ihl. David Thacker been. Herown ouch a delight! A. Wallace organist -
rlnll/lnff In th<> SM U-L Mlddleburg\ on March 1.DpleJlItp" people admit as ful
WORK John for. the I Iml I. Larry Turknett [fml I and much. Thore Is no bank in( resort! as Melrose can sup : Mrs. Carl Swisher
attending will]
Bumett Facer be !\. ply lodging for so summer organist
I Iml J. On the six Melrose\ -no many as

MOTOR BODY PAINTING USE!) CARS of I hip Honicovincr.Seriny. weeks' list: Brenda Shau- Mrs. Carolyn Wagner, M-.=. C. 'halt-no man n1I\Yor-no of mar- come here It thousands knew Sunday School 9.''; ... m

PORTABLE WELDING Clay andlirad E Birnes.: MI's. J. W Vanflukirk. means who/ ol this cheerful Morning
Khnessy made the honor rolland Is willing to put his I'I'SOI.t..fajor!\. Worship Ham

Also Lawn Mower-.*-Outboard WE HAVE GOOD ford Counties ', Debbie Ritch honorable Mrq. Herman. and the Roehl president, out for a fair per cent money A lit- Fnrrar would be compelled to Hours Sunday.I (Nursery open both
extend the
m-ntion. limits of his
Motors Used Curs MITKSEKY l ( The county clubs tle chicken-coop of a shell hotel
and TrucksAt Grade 5-A Principal's lIst- will makean was pointed out many foldMr. \
-one which 1
O.C.Carnes Stephanie Bannister [fpl. all-day tour of Stephen stands over the H. W. Shlllinnford I ill a HKi.isni<<.\'I'IO" 01*
Saving Prices
Hwy 21 Foster Memorial margin of '
Keystone Heights Nursery March Plf III '
on 2. prominent 101 N V.
Honor \1IKS:'
Next to Drive-In Theatre HlHhV loO loll-Snllv Naples (hi. Members Interested Lake Santa Fe I fas If the own- grower who T. the iiiKlrrnirnrcl i newsin
and helnw
We'll) "orahome-23 who j came to Melrose (1 ely
Get It Debra '
For fiom
You\ Sparkman (Ihl. Do 1'0- er were too stingy New "i n, ii ln hereby.
to ileclarv
Phone 473-3104 It \\c Don.t Have It Nursery Miles SE of !Stark'; ty Nelson I Ipl I and Barbara will share drIve their cars on a foot of soil for use RI'ln2'le York He ha' 1 1.800 trees; on f>r i nth. that the names of tin-sit
Stuck building
Nltea & Sun. 4V3-31S3 Thousands Farris 1 Ihl. basis may call Mrs. a single/ twig of one branch perflonn Interested In the huitlnvmi .
purposes I
Vernon of Plarvl. Ji Fruit Payton at 473-4202. The the residence of ai he or pro'e..lon. .
Buff motorcade he rorrlJ
Garage Giade shylock I says has this season und, "r I the on
Trees to choooe: from. Nice 5-B Principal's list-I will leave Keystone at bachelor who "grinds I twenty name of HA VEM
Shade Donald Meldrum the> faces of the oranges! Our host OROCKRV: ANT;; :MARKKT' : .
Ilwy. lOt Keystone lie:Is.Att. Trees Wverifreana j j I Ipl Honor 8 a. m to meet with other ..__ ..._ L_ poor" whenL / [rand Melros*.. /_.O.nnn",. _.' Brooker. Florida. .. *.,...I .h..,_ -at-.
4. Lnn.Uoape Plants. roll- Laurie Beam Ihl.__ HFisenacher l ocr ne ., fc ifUtluYTIll I tent v v. '
Auto Sales & Service All inContainers /__ clubs at White an oppoitunitvwho of the Interem
.. n
Springs Mr. of fcus
10 .
,.*.*.* at A. P. Painter e*rh, I I.. (
'U- .uUTO [ lends [Ton presented un follows:
plant any Ipl. and PattI Mc- a. m. mortgage] his I
time. Camellia!! A: azaleas. Olnve Honorable mention money at 24 per cent us one twill containing, all in NAMH:
Let u.-4 do Mi3 R E. Rather gave a a knot, seven ;N'11;. than O Ray".,
1 Jr.
.\ SERVICE yojrlAnd<*caping. MelanIe Homer. and would foreclose well-developed
Sue Mathls Route
Authorized Dealer For demonstration on the t. Brooker .
on zipper belts rusty-coats Florida
l'10104'. [
6IU66J" ; and Anthony Burke I fhl poorest man or K.XTKNT; OF ----
Chrysler Plymouth Valient and buckles. woman in the INTBHEilT, ----
land During The Forenoon Bole Owner The ChrWIon/
Simca International Harvester HENDERSON'SService P.\CI\\m; Nancy White was named to Hostesses for the rather than run the risk :: Schne IMnItGr
social \-ATH\NO.
STORE; hour Mr. One
A. P. 11A
the honor of losing Painter held the YES JR. Narwar a..$1i,MaN.0111Pleae
Trucks Scout 4-Whee% .. loll for the sixweeks' were Mrs. Gene Buftln a dollar even STITK OP 'IURHA, -
Center ton. reins while !\
Major A. F. r-OfJSTY:
Drive.Clayton THE period. Mrs. EJwln though he had loaned his Vogel- OF BRADFORD ,
BLUE PINES : Dyer Sr., and Mrs bach furnished the Sworn to and eaiya5sattbve.
Standard OH Product* Glade 6 Honor roll- Kern R. E.. Rather money to helu his victim bury \ carriagesfni fore mA thin. 25th uhMorlbed be.< MonItor f... the P8IIDctbot .b.. .
: our
ROAD SERVICE: : Package Store & Bonner (rhl. Susan Baker [fhl COMMUNITY: CIU'RCIf a member of the tatter's tam- Goodsen clever friend, John uary, 1 Jl>ft6 day of Jan 1a".1 I neb*' fiLl 1iid4UlwMpI
Esq, -
RevelsChryslerPlymouth Johnson Outboard COCKTAIL LOUNGE: Cindy Scales [fhl Paul Leino Community Church Women ,i lly -there Is such a fellow in drive was first horses. The :NOT\RT: .MTCI1.B H. EDWARDS

Sales <& Service Open 9 AM: .-12 P. M Except 'hi. John Valldejuli (hi. Beth will be hostesses at the Call Melrose. on the banks of the Vogelbach's to Major Florliln,'. at FUBr.IC Large lily State ol O6mS1UI .

INC.; FI.hlni' Tackle Hunting Sunday Jackson I ihl I and Bill Meldrum to Prayer on the World Day Santa Fe. were entertained grove where we mlil by his I (Not a In '
Eql" prnent-BoRtTru.Uers 4 MILES EAST OF J hI. Honorable mention of Prayer, at 2 p. m. Feb. 25. But such a "cuss" as he Is,, wife accomplished 2 1 4tp r! I:2 1'1"01)34IN ) tbI-

FUEL OIIKEROSENEIntersection KEYSTONE 1IKK.IITS Martha MUell (ml. in the for far from and young
"NOBODY J Peter educational building being worth any-j' ,son, partaking of -
UNDERSELLS Hwy 21-100 Morgan was named to the, Rev. peter Deyneke. executive thing to any communIty Is aj '"fresh" from oranges| roi >TV .PI'H(...-.. roinr
the tree' (ra i\ ,
CLAYTON REVELS" .._Kevntorm Height, .m.4907 ONE-HALF -MILK-- --- Honorable mention list for the! .secretary.. to__ th.un. _siaui-' ._.. 'draw-back. He ouaht to ben'1 ury for any one who lux-1 ('01'>IM T1.I. mn FI.fI4Iii HH \iFl)HI CffjuC.'VT
can .
OFF HIGHWAY 301 six weeks. Mission will] be guest preacherat ;: shunned as If he were a walkIng preciate the ap In' ro Kntate >f

1050 N. Orange USED CARS 339 Acres three-fourths I Grades 7 through 12 were the Sunday morning wor-:1 case of pestilence. I don't viewingthrough golden glasses.friutl I and the I, st.p. c-

cleared; :5-room house, out. published last weok.1Melrosc] ship service on Feb. 27. He know his name. I only know splendid landscape and water

Green Cove Springs 2819811Auto has recently returned that it has been said of him
buildings. from of
Hanks Some scape which his home

Used Cars needed. Rood! farming repair; and Russia where he preached I that the funeral of one such grove command a magnlflci-and t;I :I:9LLW: '

and 3.T cattle land. Christianity to 2,500 in a man is worth (Ito any community ent view:
Shop per ac Mo. cow church. I a dozen births Uncle Ale*. Goodson
Sales & Service Buy Sell Trade Mrs. Walter! Orolick will call though every birth brought/ cultivates a !grove of twenty-

S.E.McKay Realtor the executive board of the forth trlpJ ts. five acres. "Uncle
Hiway 100. 8 mi. South KEYSTONE ,RETORTs :Cont from preceedlnz Pagel! church to older at 9:30: a. m.. But Tn Go Rack To Melrose his musket in Alex'Oen.shouldered Fin-- [ 90* )FLEXOGLASSONET

SPRING MOTORS of Stark* J Phone 473-4810 March 5 at 9 a. m for those Feb. 28. It Is asked that the Our train. conducted by ncgan's brigade during: the

who have chairmen be on time so that that polite and lovable war. Before
KKALTTY SHOP may missed it. I g ntle-, that time he had f78*
complete Service 4- Parts :ForVOLKSWAGEN:: -1'\; ((1Il\NTS TFFSOVM.S I those planning!! to attend the man Capt. L. S. Olimtead, .raised_,,_ _corn and cotton espec-
woman's got H
Club into
KEYSTONEBEAUTY 1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Samson Card party in Melrose about 7 o'I I IIUIY cotton as he was one of

Beidler's Holiday left Friday for St. Thomas in the Masonic Temple at 1 a. m clock p. m. Capt. Barker had the pioneer settlers from I I

SHOP Restaurant the Virgin Islands where they may leave on time. courteously put his private J I Georgia J I _- WYROGUSICREENGlASS

Edith ,Johnson Owner tender: New plan to make their home. The Men's Club dinner will car at our disposal and our Parties who were conveying .:r 0.,
"If It's For A Volkswagen Ownership he little | rrf
held I I
in the company of four (Includ '
We Have It." Personal r.ir PARFDES: Mr. and Mrs. Olynn Roth- educational lag Mr. I oranges to Lake City from In- [ S7*
building at 6:30: with Mabryl was met at dIan river
hammer Mrs. often
&: Creative "Inn Food Mortem tMv "rice"1OPFV and family and Mrs the topped overnight -
Henry depot
Hair 7 PAYS VKFTCLY Rothhammcr's sister. Mlckle's Circle! a.s hos by Major C. E. Far- at Uncle Alex's. They
StylingIndividual Nancy
Always Plenty of Oood Used Full Dinner r.unrfiMAl Wesley of Gainesville! tesses. tar proprietor the Santk gave his children of the fruit FtEX-0-PAME I

Volkswagens In Stock Every Form lieauty 'are .. Cnrtf-.Itnllnn "''.....1.. Saturday in Cedar Key spent on a Fe hotel. I 1 I to eat and Mrs Goodson v......... .."....1.
of Beauty Culture 0. ..
sag .. .
PIZZA PIES Plastic Notebook The Santa Fe can a'eomI' planted the seed .1"... '."
Open Tues-Sat 9-5 fishing outing It M at th in the front "AnIO. .."....,...
Green Cove ; DEER: T'I.E(1RAPU morale.: seventy-five '' yard. When
Sprint 284-9209 or a hundred Uncle Alex] returned -
Closed Monday I I[ Block Nnrth of Rd Mrs. Joyce Terrell Is In the guests The BUILDERS
Light proprietor from
Is the
war found
Keystone Height 473-4803 KEYSTONE I hospital Her daughter. Annette A CLuilfled HARDWARE & SUPPLY
HEIGHTS Ad In the TELEGRAPH a most courteous and atten- a number of sprout :
I Is staying with Mr. and' bring live :; growing 301 E. CALL
re.ulU. host; the table d'1 bote and afterwards: taking the ST.




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...."'..............."' .......j I parent of their second son. Mrs. W. M Slade tal in Macclenny and Li spending last week for treatment. !I Mott Mrs. Jeanette Hayes. Unurtft, W KuUi'ilti! I .anil. :Vnti.UobprtH < Iii" I ",II 'l'h.*. > i-t I''i Hi. .if' 'iiiiiiiII I I I ,. .,..I.. H"'I i, 'I I I..u.l. I ,", "I
Walter Kevin.. born Sunday.I Mrs Avory Slade was confined Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Walter- Brenda McDavid Mrs. 1-"J1 IJi'sariti I I I lloailHtnrki : i'i" .II"liii,, S. "."I ISMU 1,11| ,. (., |II|lud's |. .'.. .I"''It I,, /I.., ,II I",, I"I, I I
some time In Jacksonville Miss ,', Kla. '"II'l< t.w"-, t lIlt',''" ol I tin- 11''oiM'i\'| ', amitil .,.I"ll'I ,.. ., III ..,",.1, ,. ,"II ,.
Ei Feb 13: in Bradford County to her home last week with relatives. son left Monday for a few Iva Jean Harrell Mrs. Theo ,.,, .. ..
MAX V ILL UnliHl thlH lIt ii iluy of Febc\ ii- tho 111"1' U III! ll il \\.IB UKI1H '"',"I I Il ii tu'i Ull'H" 'S I III I I. .1 III 1 1hl"h"NI
hospital in Starke. Mrs. Well- with a virus. days visit with their son-in- Dyal Mrs. Sherry Hardee cry A. D. I1KIU at !Hiiii-k.', u,... hnuien and npw baby returner David Jones of NAS returned VV'VVVIYYYVVVVyyyyyyy law and daughter, Mr. and Mra. Ruby Hayes and Mrs. ford County Ifl<>,'ld... ''lIrl"I1I", N' 101 lliMM. Oil.. I II III',, I I"I I I \J.". I IIi .
:s/lu. 11 3,':: Year iMHiium' I'Jin: ,. ,
By Mrs. A. C. Slade I uf 'II \J"" I h <)IC Ml/) i 11 I li I IIII '"' '
1! to their home here Thurs- here over the weekend Mrs. Don McMahon: in Day. Juanita Adams. Mrs. Stalnukcr a IIt'N"I'II" i P1 llolI I IIr I 1'1'1'1.\' 1' Nlil ,IIr l HIM 7th <,lnv i.l i .Mlinliil I,", I... I ....,.
Phone 2111-.1191! day. from several we-'ks in ,. !SK1:I of WW'i SIM'. .!I. "'-?,-1. K- .
a stay HAMPTON tona Beach. received some very lovely ISOIMI! <: 01"!< VIM-LITvruiN 1 Ilila I -I "'011 1' "% itt .'... I I J.I':! ; Jo .\, "N
vvvvvcvvvvyvvvvvvvvv. Sunday visitors of Grandma the Virgin Island UnvlJ was Mr. and Mrs. Lasscter spent and useful Kifts.HIRTIIUAV lilY I I'liltl
5cc.. Itti..III. r."$. I ;.Vim.;. I In,. \III..h. .1' '.. t '. .il, I... I I' .'
Wellhausen In thp Ed Fraser I 1111'1.1 I I \ I 1'' "
: a wrrkend gist" )here of Mr the weekend! in Miami. I'AHTV AND I
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!SCHOOL' 'Hospital at Micclenny were and Mrs. Joseph lairns and Ily Mary Debbie Hicks spent Friday MOVIE' I ilmt, Mix II...I'ri.' 1:, ,"u.t. ", II.> II |i I I ,..l p.."i.l' I I,l''I'., .'. ,I l\ I I.. ,'IL I In,' i i.II ., .1 I i i" I
The Minnie A'Tiies Jon PS HPV flabby: Knight, Rev. and family ,,. night In. Gainesville with her Miss Joann Bass enter-.1: holilitr. < I lln, I H'v.1.11" \'. ,in. : i t H i iI III..' "C..mils' ol' 11/1.,1., / .,,' ,.,1.11.,., <.I l ': .J: 11 Io i
Elemental. y Si"hool and the13n1dwii I I !Mrs. R. T. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harbeit grandparents :Mr. and :Mrs. J. her teens on Satiuciay, but ** IlllS.. I III. ll '.,II,, I <" t'I 1""If I II I 1./1'1,1./'. ,
School ,III',' S I I''"I 'I I I I.l\ .1.! 1 I I"'. I I" ,IM-ll.-ll,, I',ill.' '-< u, ''i ii I I I lu.t i in, i I
Jr Sr High daughter Joan. Rev. D. LOriffls and family moved last week KMtillTHOKNEMrs.: : L. Dykea. Saturday morningshe celebrated! with a small party I

met tointlv Thursday( iiiRht Mr. and Mrs. D. d. from the Clifton Nolan house Ina Knight and J. W. traveled to Ocala where and movie on Friday night _r--- -'':'-- ====,_,_-'===-=:rva__=-=-at=-_, ._-:_:' ;::-rnr.vsJACKSONVILLE -; .

III the eleminlai'y" cafetcila for Mann and son Bobby Mr. and here to the Cedar Hills section Home Sr. were unltoil In mar- she participated.. In a Latin Seven of Joann's girl friend

heii-- \'rRuJamonthly PTA :Jlrs. Lewis Conner. Mr. ann of Jacksomillp( riage in Folk-ston n.\; on February Forum. At the clone of the gathered at her home Friday

niei'Umt !Mrs. Joe Duzslak Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L D. Green of 19 at 12 o'clock norm. I forum Debbie and other students night for birthday cake and BUSINESS DIRECTORY

The School P.itiol boys en- MI'!!. Roger/! North and children JacksonvilleMtcd Sunday The bridechose, for her wedding ,- who also attend Howard pop with cornstlcks. Then the I

:oved an inUrestiiiK! trip Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris afternoon with Claude Oreen. a navy. blue suit with I Bishop Jr. High In Gainesville seven accompanied by yours

Thursday when they had! the I and Clara Mae Harris. Paul Harbt-rt U expected to white accessories. They were enjoyed a boxed lunch at Silver truly Journeyed tj Gainesville

privilege to tour Cecil Field" Attending the wedding Friday leave California this week for nrcompunleil to Folkston by Springs. The afternoonwas and the Wometco Theater. ANTIQUES FURNITURE i OPTICIANANTIUUKS

Navy Base.> The chlld.'rn: night of Miss Violet Burned Viet Nam wheie: he win bo Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth spent touring the attrac Before attending the movie. -

Il'av.'lnd< to and from Cecil and Dave Tidwell at the stationed with the U. S. Navy. and daughter and Ronnie tions. the girls were surprised by : FERGUSON'S Bennett-Daly

Flel : by Mrs. Miller's bus. Glen St. Mary's Baptist Mr. and Mi s. Amos Lee and Knight. Mr. and Mrs Home Thomas A. Moore of Gaines- I one of their teachers, Mrs. EoughtSold.Appraise.dFurnitureChinaClass Opticians Inc.

Chaperones for the group Church were Mr. and Mrs. family of Guatemala have took a short wedding trip to ville and a district :Missionary Marie Davis. They were all MAPLE SHOP ,

were D. Z. Young principal. John North Helen! and Claude been here for the past two St. George S. C. for the week. for this area was the loaded::! Into the Davis' Volkswagen Silver-Brass-Oil PaintingsOne Lenses Papl'< itcJ. .\.. .'Urati-ly!

Mi-\ Jockel. Mrs. Dorothy Miller North Mr. and Mrs. Dave weeks visiting relatives. The end.SUKRTIIRAKT. guest speaker at the Hampton and taken to their INTERIOR and PromptK
and Mrs. Kathleen Fadrett B/tNQITKT: Piece or a House Full Only the. Fittest In Quality
Coverdale and son. Mr. and Lee family will return to Baptist church Sunday.He home for more cake and Ice

Mrs. Gene Johnson and Guatemala. this week. A lovely sweetheart banquet was accompanied to Hampton cream. Enjoying the evenings DECORATOR inul I'resrrlption Service.

After thp tour the youngsters !' daughter Mrs. Raymond Kll- Mrs. Joy Schpckles and wa held at the Hampton City by his wife and son. I festivities with Joann were loa Ward Antiques' SERVICE 2H"t I)tm.l !SI.Juckionvillc. .

enjoyed lunch In the and Hall on Saturday night Feb. Mrs. J. G. ,Adkin spent :\ra-18:! ] : !s
gore daughter Mary. daughter of Jacksonville! visited Peggy Edwards, Valita Davis 3572 St. Johns Ave.
mess hall. Another trip for Sunday dinner guests of, Sunday afternoon with 19. As the guests arrived, and several days in Jacksonville Jimmle McRae, Diane Jones < Early:: American: Furnishing

the patrol boys is planned a Mr. and Mrs. Buford HlK'?ln- Mrs. D. B. GrtffU Mrn. Schec- entered the room through an last week with her soninlawand Valerie Bristol. Annette and Jacksonville 387-1379 5039 Timothy Lane.Yreksnnvllle I'KTSUOI;: ,

llttla later. botham arch covered with greeneryand daughter Mr. /and Mrs. full ( IIII..t
were Mrs. Lyle Sch- kles and daughter will be Joann Bass.BIRTHDAY. FV !-60n2: Tin-:
TARTYJohnny mell and daughters of Jacksonville leaving soon for California blue flowers they were Joel R. Smith. PARTY

Wilkinson. MOT of I< and Mr. and Mrs. where Mr. Schecklps is stationed Invited Into a world of "BlueMadness" Mrs. O. D. Pierce has been SATURDAY Auto Sales & !Service Kongo Pet Shop

1 Mi and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson Jimmy HlgKinbotham and with the U. S. Navy. to spend "An Evening illor the last week but is Mrs. John McRac entertained MKARINC; {: All Poilllll-H M.\lfpsi>-l.l.ltlfi

entertained] with a party Friday daughter of Lawtey.Mr. Grandma Wellhausen has /\ of Stars." Billowy puffs better at this time about 15 young peopleat WESTSIDEVolkswagen For Best In Hearing See I'0Gb Ll' GROOMING: I
of blue and white net attachedto
night/ of last week at the and Mrs. Avtwy Slad''! Improved In the Ed Fraser her home on Saturday i Sweater. Collai s. Tags
Maxvllle Civic Club. About and family were Sunday din- Hospital In Macclenny where afternon In honor of her son Inc. Pet Suppli"sItinli

twenty youngsters\ enjoyed ner guests of Mrs. W. M. she hai been a patient for the held which were caught up and Brad's tenth birthday. Theyoungsters AUTHORIZKD: DEALERKale \CKSO.\\IM.K -Kl
/names and refreshments of Slade and Mrs. Jessie Willis past two weeks. by blue cuplds. Standing enjoyed playing "The and Smallest! Daily & Sun. 10-6 PM.
cupid.s( also in blue and blue ; If.9): 1'artH" Strongest
potato chips and Kool Aid and children of games supervised by Miss Closcil} Tucnd.i.\:
Hampton. Mrs. Belle Giddens ]has returned and Hearing Aid in the World"
white tapers served as a Service
Chaperones} were Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Jonesof here to the home of renter By Betty Rabon I Jitnmie Mi-Rae., Later, they / Rudy Shop 89':9 Hexlong' Rd Normandio
piece for each table.The .
Davis and Mrs. Joyce Dover Williamson, Ga. visltfd> over her son-in-law and daughter ate Ice cream cake and Open 8 a.m. 8 p.m. Only ('I). Heurlng' Aid 1 :M.rtl Section

the weekend with Mr. and Mr and Mrs. D. B. Grlffls /\ program and. place covers cards. featured napkinrlns rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'WOMAN'S punch. All enjoyed themselvesvery I I 5 p.m. Sat. Closed Sund.iy. 2'S West. ;MonroeJacksonville \v. JnclCHonV'lle, 781'>,1100

BIRTH Mrs Joseph Lucas and family. after spendmiil'vl'al/ weeks : CLUB: MfcElING; very 11,30) LANK: .\\ SOl'ThI1none
"hootlnstars and carriedout : : : aJ-J46J: : :
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Mr and Mrs L E I Buck I IWellhau.sen Avoi-y Slade visited last r In Jac'ksonvllleIth Mr. and the blue color scheme. The Brooker Woman's Club I r "' .'u.'" .cKNonvure; oo t-.>'i 11 :

are the proud Thursday In Hampton with Mrs. Ellis Giddens and daugh- Miss Donna Rhoclen president met Feb. 8 at the home of the I i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry ''

I ters. of the Auxiliary welcomed president. Mrs. Pearl Mai key. i of Gainesville were Sunday Parrish Motors HOIillY) SHOP ALTERS PIANOS

Mr and Mrs. Louie Carter! : the right YWA members In the business meeting the I guests! of the M. O. Harrells. "Piano' & Ot "511 CompleteKiaukattfi
and Nancy of Clay Hill were and their escorts Mr. organizing/ and preparing th? I Mr. and Mrs.! George Tet- FIII'I'ICe; ': CPtlI? '

Serving' Florida last! Thursday: nliht visitors of nnd :Mrs. Fred Dodd and. their year books was dJscus. ed. XLI i)I I stone celebrated their 50th ': SHOP Inc. ) :' Cn .torn'!built:
7LI: Since 1950 Mr and Mrs. Buford Iliggin- daughters Sylvia anil, Prlscllla was decided;! to bring bulbs or !; [GoldenI I wedding anniversary SKKVICKPARTS!S\I.KS: pianos since 1869.

botham. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Estes plants to the next meeting tot I I, on Feb. 12. A host of friend rOLO A Complete Line of P. A. St.u-tk & Jc'10

fJrming &e.Mra. gild Mrs Joseph Lucas visited and :Mrs. Charles Hicks. exchange. It was also decid'd and relatives dropped in to Boat b Airplane Builders Supplies French' Pianos

The "Starlight Fwast" consisting that Mrs. Taylor Home Demonstration wish them well and enoyed --Specializing In RadIo Mu.siePiano: Methods.}
: In Jacksonville
Sunriav with
............... ................., Mr. and Mrs. Al Young and of a tossed salad roast Agent would be lunch and a get together.Mrs. 32 Years A.i! A Dealer Controlled :Models< Collections. Classics,

family. beef, whipped potatoes. cOI'n.i i asked to the March meeting Mary Green Mrs. Always Good Used Cars aid EquipmentOpen All Kind of ('",ed riamnA

\ Lucile In other business Ann Klein- Pearl Markey. Truby Pinholster UU Laura St. Jacksonville
Cordially Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Williams butter beans hot rolls and tea Evenings till 0 P.M. : Organs
GodwinRepresentative of Starke were Sunday was nerved by five membersof man was elected to the officeof Mrs. Alberta Stokes and Phone 366-5651 602 So. EclpewoodJacksonville Low Bank Financing to

Welcomes visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bud- the Intermediate GA's.1Those second vice-president. The Mrs. Amanda Lewis attended 3fl8-R662 3 Years

dy Browning. serving were Debbie i club welcomed a new member funeral services for Warner Automatic Transmission! 215:! Blanding Blvd.
1013 K. Call St.
You and Your Carter Elizabeth Jones. Dnb- Mrs. Mildred Green. The busi- Mott In Alachua. i .J.\'k( 'ntlvl1lp. :!RB-R8fil
Spending:! the weekend herewith :Men's) & Boy's Wear
Ph. 9645321Starke :: Family to Your hie i-till. Brenda Brown and ness meeting was adjournedand Please remember PTA will r Automatic
Mrs. F. B. Coleman and
New Home son DonnIe were Mr and Mrs.Jaml's .I llebbi Hicks. The WMU furnished refreshments were servedby be Thursday Feb. 24 In the Transmissions & "Quality, Clothes for :Men and Ill A NnH-OJH\\: :

and prepared the food Mrs. Inez Gieen. Hostessfor school lunchl'oom HI.JH :SliM-n I!filii")!!
Coleman and family of and Mrs. Rance Jones Mrs. March is Mrs. Creasy HOW Mason; & 'lajinlin Pianos<
TRUE: There's a difference Motor Exchange Van Heujien Stetson Hats
Pirn-on Mr. and Mrs. Ray .
The State of FloridaIt Don Hill and Mrs. George Ken- Oreen.85TH. between ft "wl.se guy"and I Hfimnriund Organs
Pellum and family and Mr. BIG 0.01)WAIT :McGregor Gold Clip Sox< Magnavox Organs
nun/ were charge of the kit BIRTIIDt'CELEBR.TJON I a "wise man."
and Mrs. B. F. Coleman and ('omllfote| l FormalVvur ltu'ntaiIotsuiqFflctis "You Gut.. A Good' 1 Deal..I At-
Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and chen area during the evening.One Remanufactured Transmlssions -
daughter all of Jacksonville.Mis. .
To of the highlights of Feb. 4 will long be remembered MotorsBy
You With Your
Acquaint City.If \
Drew Wilkinson visited the banquet came when the by Mci. Mary L. Green i:> 'in.*: < I nit IIP ('01 n',' oi Quality Craftsman .| ShopS ,F. O. MlllE fiftf.

last Thursday in Jacksonville girls surprised their director. : That was the night that heron TIIIII' : : ,H r 11 i .11 i I>K"11.I ('IK. 3383 W. Beaver S.. : .

you are new in the area a phones 4r- .. with Mrs. Dessle Mae Rlsdon.: JoAnne Hicks with a beautiful Jack Plnlrston and a host C'.I'I'I l Ol-'. ." ..011111\, .\M> Jacksonville.. 381-1035 I 10 :Main Corner Duval I ." ,.. "'UN
roll mi %i>i'-oiii.. ( oi vrIN \
call will bring a prompt visit! Mrs. Jessie: Padgett and three tiered birthday cake. of relatives and friends choseto ('11.\ ,( I.au: (.'.\\0"" : Jacksonville .Jack'uon\lilt-
you childien of Ft. Sill Okla. and::! Virginia Brow* baked and I honor her on her 85th 1:1-11117.: CAMPERS:

from your local hostess. Please give Mr and Mrs. Bob Newman decorated the cake .which was birthday with a delicious sup- J.inicH. / I'/ I'urrlsli.riuinurr, :MOTORCYCLESHONDA

and children of Tampa were complete with candles and tiny per at' the Brooker Community -VH- DIVOKCKIn (' : ; Cribbs Campers SAWSPEARSON'S
her a call! She has maps and many here for the birthday celebration blue stars. The girls also presented Center. I '.no ll I'/i/ 1.1.l Nli/,

f of their: father. J. Marlin Mrs. Hicks with a compact iur".iiiirfn(
free and wonderful Rifts for Gathering together to fellowship OIIUKII; <)!" i-i 111,irvnoIn \ Del-Rcy CampersShasta M 0 T O It O: V C L E S
you Coleman Friday nlsht. some powder and a love- and enjoy themselveswere .5 'It ,0l'It'E: '10 10.':".:,U Saw & Knife
from local I Glad to hear Mrs. A. L. Rheberg ly sterling: circle pin featuring Jack I I thu Ns In,, uf tutu State ofKlorlila TrailcisSkamper All Models--Nothing Down
businesses. Plnk.ston. Mr. and SEKVK'KAIL
to: Merchants Green Stamps !SuES::; &
of Marclenny was able two small hearts. Mrs. James A. Plnkston Johnny I ,' It. Cunvci.littlesTroilPH
run I 1'iirrlHliSS2't Open 8 A :\of. to 7 P.M. SAWS
to leave the Ed Fro scr Hospi- Group singing and special Jimmy and Janet Pink- : ::!I Cori>n.U-li-t 1 HI., Apt., H '
music was enjoyed by every- New OrlHunH) inifMhtna -n.tnk )KiniUirinR Monday---Fi idav 5027 Uioadway Ave
one present. A quartet selec- ston of Silver Spring. Md.; You urn ii.'ru-ly nntirioil, I ,i (hill I Ia 5408 Sin Juan Ave. 8 AM. to 6 PM.: ..Vii'k'rnivilluEV: t-3181
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney i HUit I I In oqitlty for dlvmic I hufll Saturday and WednesdayCLOSKU
Electric tion by Wendy Hill Carolynand and Bill Rimes of Gainesville l>oon riled 1If..IIIHI( I l you .l.y .
; Jacksonville 3R -934JI : :Sl'M> \YMOTOKS
Tony Kennan and Charles JAMI'X: I'. I'AKIMSII! In the SKWINC; ; MACHINES:
}Hicks!!, and a solo by Donna Mr. and Mrs. Mallette Hale. ,ill" ,ve ,inn., 11 I Cnurt unit < 'IIIIHP' 1 ; &\;< CYCLES:
clothes!; drying Don. Debra and Melanie Mrs. and, you are 1 Ju,.rt'l.y, Hit 11I11'11'', 4949 Standing Blvd. SINOEK AUT. ZltiZ.\U
Rhoden CHAIN SM'SMiddleburg
comprised the special Virgie Hale and Mr. and! Mrs. *t'U I. urdi-rcrt, H"II) i..''inlr-d' I to i
: Jarkoom 771-8211 1 Like New in 4 Dr Cabinet
music. fill ,
Sylvia Dodd providedthe your wrllun I HIIBWCI di,I
saves loads of accompaniment for the John Hale of Lake Butler: detents to the roniplaliit' In, Sold New over $300(

dinging. Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Pink- .mild iniiHo In I tho offli.!. of ih.-i I Chain :MOVERS B.il. S72 or $3.00 I't'fI.mtto: .
UIIII"I'811(1I"II iMt' 'rk 'n( t tlu' ltcillt -
ton. Mrs. Louise B.
time and work The outstanding highlightof CrORgin, (Court nt 1.stul-kc., I'MoililH, Saw SalesII Ideal Sewing CenterALL
Miss! Iris Brown Mrs. Mabee
the was the on nr hf>r ,rf> thr Hih I rl.iy of ACME MOVING
evening inspirational
Ellis. T. Allen Green of Jack- Mult I li., A.l It., I HIHn!' ,linil,, I Io . and challenging message I O 31 K: L I T K:
sonville; Mr. and Mrs. Clar- i oiy| I 'lii'l rof nil Cimoiii'; I" & STORAGE and U.scd Machines:
/ brought by Rev. Fred I Sli.iw. Attorney, for I'lalnilllwhoMe '
Dodd l l of Keystone ence C. Plnk ton. Glen P. iiililrrMH'' 1 22 Hntith. \\ at- Money Makin' Chain Saws 848 Causal Ave'IIJACK
Heights. fI.WOR Ln.WillI:
Pinkston of Orange Park: Mr. nut I Mtrvct I MHiK"I .. 1.'I"I"It., ..II .Iar'kevIlIa. 3"1-5071
PEKSONAI.S: and Mrs. ol In'forr .Hit.|Id| iiii t.'. IIH I"'i|it ii'l" \I-KS! : & SKKVIC'K: : STATE WIDE ;MOVING:
George Pierce. Mr.
Mrs. Iiorothy Harris of liy tinI I l.uu IVVH of l'loi. 'lila ,11".1,.1 Jacksonville White" Glove
., .... Mrs. L. A. Green. Mr. and Mrs. tho Klorlilii Union ..r fltil 1"0., Pirts and Kr|'.iira All :Makes: ( :SKUVICKRAY'S: J J(
s Jacksonville her Mmcit.Asl .
'e' ; was visiting .. ,,
Troy R. Jones Mrs. PearlMatkey ,1011 "I' ir yon fall Io <|I'' i'o,
mother Mrs.V.. H. Maxwell< il...,Mi'O pro .'.."r..HMO will !I.., iinirrnrl Toru & Ya/.oo
Miss Shirley Green I'oAcr MowersRt. .
Bekln.s Van Linos Co
S last week. NEIl, in' l you. foi. a tin* rr
Mrs. Amanda G. Lewis Mr. llpf rlpniandnil in Ihn i'oiniliiiii' ,| P. O. Box 267.I.cksuns'iPie TRACK SERVICEPoi
1 Mrs. Joe 21 28
Sparkman of Gainesville Middleburg :!-5050KI.ECTRIC
S. \ and Mrs. Earl Green Mr. and ThiH notice Hhall ht 1,01,11ited -
visited her brother-in- l iMich) vti'pk for. C'., ,
onip mi :.IKgXViHMUSIC : .
Mrs. A. L. Green Dave T'ack Pn' .- If'l"koVleilll1 ;:;
# Green .
S law and sister :Mr. and Mrs. .0"H..llllv., \iekH I In,, i Ihn Ill'"uI-
i.. 1 Miss Allean Miss ,, .. \ (! :
S < J. B. Green and ford < onntv T..I..h.| '
Prevntt Sunday. :MOTORS) )
.5 I Mr. Cherie L. Hlnton and of Wltiii I I .iiis, my Ii H jIll Ii'OIl l I tin. : ( I"M'I Biilldo/pri. '". C'r.iwlers.
and Mrs. Wesley Griffin M.MI.lor| HalJ "Court m. xt.n K, .
.e; .SS S. and Phyllis were visiting: the course the honoree. There llr.idfoiil. Counl i> l-'loi., iil.i. I Ihi7 I- Peavy Brothers "\Ve'll Krep ,'m Rolllll!{"

B. B. EiliunN( In Gainesville were many others uho wished U.iy ..r KPbriuiry,,. Al I I' 1 ti:'bA<< Paulus Music Co. 7787V. Beaver:
g Mrs. CIIARI;>< A. a.u.s lIay.: Electric Co.
( Thunuiiiy night and business Mary a happy birthday. 'I'k oif tin- f'il'illll, I''''| B.ind & String Instruments Juok'sn'lJi,: :IIR-46t! :
3 visitors in Trenton Saturday. but uho did not sign the of. Hradforrl, County, ', 1./.1'-, ] Ottoson Guitars & Amplifiers '

:Mr: and' : register IllS.fly 1 U.ECTUWIOTORS; TKOI'ICAL FISH
Mrs. Steve Jerrell S< hool Supplies Instruction!
S $ 'SS BRIDAL SHOWERMrs. VIrKliilii !". ImrlivUi'puly, 3ol.1;!-Serviced-Repaiied _
s5 I and daughter spent the week- Clerk Roberts Recorders I Ii

::1 ,, end In Tampa with Mrs. CleoKing James Roy Ste Inaker. (.si\ll: Oenerators-Starters :Music Library Expert MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
the former Miss Craw- KiltfiMlv: !I". Shaw. Alterations i
and Nancy
: family.Mr. Repair Department
.AMorn t I '\ Mini. i'""",**,,1..1' >1111.11"<| I Armature Rmiindinff(
.' and Airs. :M. L. \Vn tter- fOld was the honoree at a Stalk. ,'. Klorlila, < I 41V.. :Monn.p, ! gg. son attended the Farm Bureau bridal shower at the Howard :2/10 ll :unill'VI'l \ 4044 Lenox Ave Jacksonville 355-8U7 Complet" Aquarium Sunpllcf' (

.. 4' ;' supper In Lawtey Saturday Douglas home on Friday __,_ I Jacksonville 3S7-252B I 3310: I Ho:. 'h ISIs iL Imported Fish ,All Species!
: U" I 1'1'1.: 'Itt
night and night. The party room was ". .. I Jacksonville 3D8-.10D1 CALL OR COME BY
were overnight:: MI: .IHI 1:11: i-ii rn 'IIH. '.s \ \ni.Nolle. -:
guests of Jlr. and :Mrs.: F. L. decorated In a Valentine mo :.; ,. &' .IK I hen" 'ly Klvin, that, FAKUin" ShOP I :Mon.-Sat 10 a m. to 6 pm.
Watterson tif. About 30 tin" iindcrniun', $ l, '"111.1' I Hit provisions Sunday' :2 to 6 mMe
Starke. On Sun- guests participated p
.. ., of. CliaiHiT f.1) '; I Lawof BON :\llJ IL IS!IC-ln'itrllment I *
day Xlrs. Dorothy Failing In a game called "cu- Florida. .\.t..r it'll 1 1 I. will I MAR I Or''rny f'hhvaildble

Joined( them on a trip to Jacksonville pid" and later enjoyed delicious ri'Kl--i.<'i,. with tin' I'li-ik, of tin- MARVIN KAY'S !1)1.1) :! S. Idgeo,1Jacksonville: A\e.
Circuit Couit. In 'and. r..r.
for lunch and refreshments Hostesses FABRIC SHOP :11189404WESTERN
sight Hrllll'l
ford, I 1'ountv. "l''loriili. ., |
seeing. for the evening were Mrs. proof of, jMililli, Itll"," ir 'ilnti.. iI iiilli ,.,- Music Center '

During Wedt.esday: night Jean Douglas Miss Janice I I, i. tin, fli I titi'.ux t nan',i. ...rNCV.H I Complete Line oftRltI'S STOIJK 1;
:N.\:\: l.'lI lWKItS:! I III I I HU.l Femler. Oretoch: & Vox) Guitars
prayer meeting service at the MllllM..M, | 'I! Sil. I I... |I.'l.I }', !I NOTIONS I
i Hatten. and Sclmer
Baptist King/:, : LITTLE DUDE
Church the VWA'apresented McCdll k Simpllc-Ity Patterns
TRAVEL; AGENCYFor Band Instruments
an interesting skit
II Ludwig, Slinirerlaml l. Rogers Western Store
entitled "To Tell the Truth." sit ('a..et'e..
You'll love Three girls\ Lorraine Spark- Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Hanscatic Drums -Where You'll Find E'cl'Y-

it..it's flameless m.in. Wendy Hill and Barbara CRUISES AIRliNES: :SHU'S-HOTFLS I JacksonvilleOMn KentaN & Kepitir. on ALL thin! For the Horse

])O1.t! TJO "pinned down" the Johnson posed as lain Christian I !t I A.M.: tn. I 6; P.M.: 400) :StUN ..T. Enthusiast"
by nuisance :keeps clothes new-looking longer. And Western Clothliii LeatnerRoods
while the panej members I Jacksonville 333-0935 -
of clothesline drying. An electric clothes automatic electric dryers are cheaper to Conna Rhoden Virginia Brown 3f/ -1 Saddles and Trailer ,
dryer does it quicker and better () FLOOR COVERING: Charts & Sharon
Spares buy and cheaper to use. and Pat Ralcy tried to guess I :MrSlShiEETPOTTER'S Petty

you lifting and lugging two tons of wet Add to tho joy of modern electric which contestant was the real 90? !So. Edcewoodve..

laundry and walking about 40 miles living \\ith the rioiutlobd Four: Dr>er, Christian and which two were 601 Laura St. 356-6371 Tn..el. Inc. Jirk, ...nvllle 3ft1.1210

tt year. Washer the importers. Carolyn Ken-

Clean, gentle jDamclosa electric heat fast, super.safeVutCl', "sit-down" Ironer Heater., and_IUJ.'Cl'-' nan acted as the narrator. Looking for Home of Music .WELL JRILU)

oJ Tho WMU of the ampton AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE better carpets!
Church MusicEducatlon.il PARTRIDGEWell
Baptist Church met at the

I' home of Mrs. Mary Blrt Tuesday -I I 961-2600 vtsit'I'Qmatd : Music Drilling Co.
at 10 A.M.: Mrs. Rance
'fiiii Jones had charge of the pro- I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Musical Instruments
i S24 HOGAN dovnfavit, Complete Electric Water
gram. :Mrs. Blrt served coffee

I to the seven members present.Mr. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Repairs Iltil Systems lfl.TION

: and Mrs. Wilbur Hall Starke, Fla. I *.\s Near As Your Mailbox": 1"11.nS..scISG
of Santa Fe were visiting the
220 \\'. Beaver St. 5860 Hyde Grove Ave.
K. Watterson Saturday af RENTAL SERVICES PHONE 333-8151 JacksonvilleCall

FLORIDA I POWER ft LIGHT' COMPANY ternoon. Jacksonville 3 ".3682 Collect) 3891439PAOF.
HELPINd BUILD FLORIDA Mrs. Betty Hayes enteredthe Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

Bradford County Hospital .-
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