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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-SEVEN STARKE. FLORIDA Tlll'usnyIRCII: 3. 1 11166! NUMBER TIIIIITY-SIX

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Four Local Men Board Is CautiousProperty Market I Commission Has 'Open Mind'




Injured In Owners ReassuredOn ManagerIs New Site Is Proposed


Crash NamedCharles
Georgia

3-Lake Recreation area :

P. (Pat) Purrlsh
Tour local Injured
men were For CourthouseAdvantages
Saturday evening near Folks- I 47, of Parrish, Flu. has been' Tuesday

ton Ga. In a high sped collision Property owners on Crosby Valley Authority and the University the project is undertaken. I named( manager of the S tin'lie!

] which claimed the life Lake were assured! by the of Florida in Sampson and Rowell Lakes State Farmers Market to succeed -

of a Mayport based sailor. County Commission Tuesday mary studies of the prelim-I aie already connected by a Phil Cronkhlte, who resigned ,

Admitted to Baptist Memorial that the board would not do the proposed canal on navigable canal. and:! the pro to' accept employmentin CitedIn

Hospital Jacksonville, anything that would lower the lakes. The board intends to I posed canal from Sampson to Jacksonville. Mr. ParrlMh For County FairExhibit
arrived at the market Thursday
for treatment of Injuries re/- level of the lake to an extent take advantage of such stud- Crosby would give boats access -

calved in the crash were: that would be detrimental to ies to' be assured that it will j to' a chain of three lakes morning to assume his Latest BidA

James L. Fuquay, 19, Starke, fishing. The board emphasizedthat not harm either lake, before I I for fishing and water sports.Sheriff's duties here.Appointment.
who was reported to be In fair H would proceed: with of the new

condition with ]lacerations of extreme caution in the development manager was annolln'e!! by new proposed site for! the Bradford County SpaceIs

the head and face and a frac- of a proposed W. O. Whittle of Winter Haven courthouse was thrown into the hopper at the County
tured leg; Billy Criffls. 25, Audit Deficiencies chief of state nmtkets I I
three-lake recreational complex Commission meeting Tuesday and will be included in

Starke reported to be In serious connecting Crosby, following the Bradford a meeting County Market of the the three now scheduled for! test boring, taking the Fast"Planning

left condition knee; William with a fractured M. Davis -- Sampson and Rowell by ca- Corrected New Report SaysAn Advisory Committee last J place!:. of the. Pratt.Street, playground property. Going

38, Starke, also reported nals.The action followed a preliminary Thursday night. Tnt! new site would oe apProximately -
The new- manager 'Is a graduate a 3.8 acre tract,
in serious condition with frac- ed the playground site as a
report to the boai'dTue'lday of our annual should go to press next weekand
tures of both lAgs; and Eugene by surveyor M. O.McMillan audit of Bradford rence of deficiencies noted In of the University of IKTOHS( 301 from the present choice for test borings, said Bradford County Pair andNorth will also be in the mail"
Prak, 20 Starke, listed in fair 1 Florida)" with "a degree/ in ag courthouse: taking In the they would to' substitute .
agree
that according to ty Sheriff P. D. audit 3785 regarding!: failure Florida: Strawberry Novak said.
condition with chest injuries. his estimates based on lake counts, released:! last 'coun-I to make prompt deposits and riculture.( Me had :20 years of uftlce buildings of Thomas & the new proposal for !the Festival has gone beyond the The Rotary Club is once
All in 'HiTVlre with the U.S. Army Pierce ami Lex Green for :301 and the other
four men passengers level figures provided to the State Auditor Ernest remittances of collections. playground planning stages Into the execution again planning its Rural-Ur-
the and l out in
reaching rank of lieutenant frontage. fanning .
1960 Oldsmobile which commissioners agreed.A.
a was
board last month' opening .p shows that deficiencies notedIn "During the period coveredby ," P. J. Novak, manager ban Day fish fry which will
colonel at the time of his tae A. L. Alvarez addition to
driven by Maurice O. Medsker J. Thomas, Jr., whose
canal from Crosby to Samp- a previous report have been this audit, remittances for ot the 1966 event announced be the traditional] kick-off on
20 of SheJbyville, Ind., who retirement He owns a 120 the west. The area would be law, office would be taken In
level in corrected."Improvements. I fines, costs, and civil earningsto
con would] lower the following the Tuesday meet- opening day, March 30, and
and citrus bounded the north Center
was stationed in Jacksonville acre farm grove:; atParrish on by 'by the new site proposal. said
Crosby approximately 22 Mi were made the Board of County Commissioners I Ing of the Fair Association's will be held this year within
with the U. S. Navy. Medskerwas near Uradenton.ParrlHh St on the went by Broadway he would have no' objection to
pronounced dead at the inches and raise the level of In the accounting proceduresof totaled 56483. him* had considerable and on the south by W.Ji'Jferson selling the property, but warned executive committee the fairgrounds.Plans .
acene. Sampson about six inches. the office which were designed Record were generally ade- experience In the marketingof I .. St. the Commission that "bus Seventy-five of the total of call for livestock

According to the Georgia Sampson covers an area of to prevent the recurrence quate and well kept. Cash receipts vegetables! and l fruits. He S. G. Denmark one of the mess value"" Is also' a factorIn 84 exhibit ,paces have already judging, a talent show, horseshow
about 2,075 acres and cros- In and cash d1sbul.sements I been allocated," Novak said. Battle of the Bands,
Highway Patrol the smashup of deficiencies noted is married and the father of spokesmen for the group, said setting the price of prop
by about 950. McMillan said.: were properly recorded. Internal "Commercial] exhibitors have and the Strawberry Beauty
5875 regardIng that t
occurred around 9 p.m. Sat- audit report No. two children. assessed value of theproperty erty, and that thin might run
urday on Highway 121 about Two property owners, Earl failure to make prompt ] control was good. Bank In recommending t'arrlsh, to involved Is around Goodman and Leon Conner, account were properly reconciled their desire to exhibit" the For the first time overall
five miles south of Folkston deposits and remittances of the commitee, Whittle said 83000.!! Thomas defended the Crosby -
when! the car, which waa traveling asked that precautions betaken collections" the report raid and control accounts that the State Department of Commission. Chairman Jerome site from critics who he manager said "and where else judging of educational: and
If a canal la dug. to were reconciled with subsidiary askcd can a business receive an exposure commercial exhibits are plan-
north at an estimated "The claim] against the bondIng Agriculture now requires th.it Johns if it could said were attempting to kill
speed of 100 MPH, went out of Insure that water levels In the company on the bond of a records. Documents supporting a market manager bo a college be purchased for that, and It by laughing It off as "a to some 15.000 poten- ned and suitable. prizes will

control on a curve and ram- two lakes not be upset to the former employee for recoveryof financial transactionswere graduate with a degree In ag- Denmark replied no, but he bog hole." He. said he walked tial customers in a four day be awarded, Novak said. Deg-

med Into a pine tree. extent that it would injure official funds not accounted properly] filed. riculture, and that he not be thought it would be within over the property Tuesday period?" geller Amusement Companywill

property or fishing. for during the prior audit engaged personally in farming, the price range set by the morning following Monday'sheavy "One of last year's exhibitors once again be on the

According to a report filed was, collected In full." since the manager's\ job requires Commission for acquisition of : ruin, and found that reported that he made so Midway with new and unusual

Johns, ThomasIn with the board last month, The audit coverlnsr the period Casey Discusses a minimum of 40 hours property. most of the water had drained many new friends that he was rides. Helicopter rides will

the level In Crosby was 2.38 from Oct. 1, 1963 through per week. K. I* Matthews, who presented I off.. doubling his exhibit space this also be available.

Tallahassee feet higher than Sampson. June 30 ]961\, Includes the Voc-Tech Whittle also] told the committee the new proposal as a Thomas said that there was year. Novak said. "This year The new livestock show

The board has previouslybeen following comments: I I I that due to rising costs compromise site due to objections -I some watar .standing on the emphasis Is being placed on building, horse barn, and the

Sen. Charley E. Johns and told that a low level con- "Budgets were correctly. At Rotary ClubA I of operation the market fee that had been voiced to\ ground and pointed out that the strawberry, and a special Civil Defense EOC center will

Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. are In trol dam In Sampson Canal prepared and amended.:! Trust\ II would have to be. increased the three on which the board the property wan not paved strawberry theme booth is be dedicated on Rural Urban

Tallahassee for the special re- would help maintain the levelIn collections were properly] I from three cents to five cents originally' ordered test borings, improved and added that if planned wherein any article Day Novak said.
session called Sampson Lake and keep It remit discussion of the first per flat for strawberries urged the Commission to "keepthe \\0" drainage ditch on the manufactured that uses Miss Tonda Dixon, first
apportionment handled:! and promptly
by Oov. Haydon Burns, start- II from draining too much water I. ted. Records were generally phase of Bradford. County'sarea handled on the auction this door open" on site proposals smith Hide of the property strawberries or pictures a \I runner-up of the 196J Strawberry -
out of Crosby. It is believed Expenditures vocational technical] season, and the cooler fee I until the best possible location were cleaned, out, it would ade. strawberry will\ be on exhibIt"t Queen Beauty Pageant,
Ing Wednesday adequate and well kept. I'
action followed' In that assistance can be obtained -I within training program was givenat from 1H' cent. to three cents. Is obtained He said the quately drain the whole sec The manager also reported will preside at the Fair' as
Burns' were kept
: from the Florida Game the Starke Rotary Club The grower pays the auction I playground site seemed to be lion He concluded saying, that Miss Martha Sue Mc- Strawberry Queen. She be-
the wake of a U. 6. Supreme amended budgets and the un- I
lost Friday & Fresh Water Commission! in Wednesday: by School] Superintendent fee, and the buyer. pays the nut, due to strenuous objections "After the hard .rains yesterday Cain, home economics agent,I came Queen when Miss Donna
Court decision cxnended balance for the fiscal -
58-senator, constructing such a dam. Tom Casey. He said ,[I cooler fee.Civitan. by the Recreation Department most of the Crosby property and M. P. Kershner. have Manning of Palatka recently
declaring Florida's' year 1963-64 was refunded I
Assistance may also be obtained the first. phase would Involve i I! ; that the Crosby site was high and dry." ported excellent progress married.. The ueen must bea
109 representative reapportionment to the county. I .e-J
from the Suwannee I an expenditure of $325,000. appeared to present serious Li. D. Vinlnp asked consideration / ing made on preparation single girl, according to'
unconstitutional
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plan financial -
"The annual of
!. report Casey said a site for the | ClubCollecting engineering problems; and that for a petition recently the fair premium book pageant regulations.
operations for the the American Legion property circulate!, which .requests
The court's action. coming 2 QualifyIn fiscal 1 year ended-:! Sept. 30. I the training center had been | : ClothesThe I was too far from the business that the present. courthouse

so close to turmoil the May to the primaries state'spolitical 1984 was accurately prepared! secured (the Conway Airpark 1 Civitan Club Is district to suit the maJority property be expanded by acquisition Sinclair Wins' Bid To Supply I
brought School Race and filed with the Board of and that state teams would be cOlIlct-1! of citizens who had expressed of adjacent sections
structure and caused Inx outgrown children's
County Commissioners.! here soon to assist in deter I ( ( opinions.Commissioner anti used as the site for the
distribution -
consternation to hundreds who ing, shoes. and: toys for j
had qualified to run in the Opening of the qualifying] "Requisitions for monthly mining the program to be of- I to needy recipient :i George Roberts new structure. City With 35,000 Gal. Of Gas ISinclair
budget allotments mild the
candidates : were pro- ( new proposal The final suggestion on the
primaries.Rep. period for county fered, and to help In planning Immediate use for a familY'
perly and submitted. "has merit" and would Ben Sus-
prepared seem matter came from
Thomas had announced Tuesday brought out two con- with a number. of school axe\ ]
Expenditures: charged with the plant. to meet other criteria get low who 1 the mission
5 appeared up offered com
that he would not' be a tenders for the District children which suffered the I Refining Co. won date cloth zoning map whichIs
to be necessary for op- j Casey was Introduced by retired by the board. He said that. 1lot located In Lawtey
candidate from the new Clay-] School] Board post now' occupied I loss of all their property when the bid to supply the city with color-coded]( by zones Council -
eratlon of the sheriffs' office I school superintendent H. some of the site Involved court-
I !: proposals" as the *>lte for the new '
Bradford district but Sen. by E. A. Sapp. Qualifyingfor their home burned! down Any approximately 35,000, gallons accepted the map and 1s
and In P. who said it was that out
were usually supnorf.ed) Morgan property was 'house.
can- the seat on opening daywere I' donations left over for boys of gasoline Tuesday night McMillan's advice to exercise
John. had declared as a I
Accordance with applicable ; impossible to segregate voca- of reason. from the standpoint In other action, the board:
Seeber D. Goodman of when offered to sell "strict control smalt
Senatorial I will no' to the Sheriffs Boys they over
the
for :
didate new
]eWR. I tional tialnlng and academic of rout of acquisition, and I Accepted the plat of Unit
district Including Bradford. Starke, and Basil] Davis of I Ranch and any for pirls will high test for. 1.14 cents less I streets that crop up when the
"Retirement contributions I training. Most students need therefore could not be (.onllhl-I One of Sampson Lake Shores,
j
Baker. Clay, Union Putnam Graham. Saw hid' previously] i I no to needy girls In the local than anybody else: Post Office is given an address -
were deducted from salaries some of both In varying/ pro- ered. subdivision with all roads
announced that he would not The City Council unanimously to deliver mall down an,
and Flagler.] seek reelection. paid to eligible employees and, portions according to the need hlvh school. I Roberts soul. he was keeping having a 60 foot right-of-way
accepted Sinclair's bid out of the lane.
What districts Bradford: will together with the sheriff's of the Individual student. Gifts may be left with Mr. ; un open mind on all sites.. and with a drainage canal way
First. to qualify] for a county of 20.92 on the high test and McMillan reminded the
be in after the special session W. Rob- contribution for his personal :Morgan said. John Simpson: at the high In ,regaid I to objection..* to the having a right-of-way of 150
post George Clerk Is
was I 19.85 on regular. City council that the city responsible :
is anybody's guess. account, were. promptly. remitted Cal Adams Interact advisor Crosby site, he said there hudbl'.n I feet.
erts. Jr.. County Commissioner school] or'' at his home, 206 Merrill Edwards said they will for maintaining all
to the retirement office. gave a "report' on the district ( "a hit of drug store en : Heard' a report from Commissioner .
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for District 2. who paid his South Water Street. Any :articles : reed approxlmatly 25,000 gallons \ ] existing streets and therefore
Night RegistrationSet In addition, the sheriff made convention In Tallahassee gineering" on the part of Roberts on road
qualifying fees shortly after of high test and 10.000 snould exercise controlover
contributions totaling $400 to last Saturday. suitable for children cluht: critics, end& that the board : maintenance.( performed on some
For Friday the qualifying period openedat I gallons of regular this year the establishment of new'
reduce the arrearage. In his I to 18 years of age can be would not know whether It county roads. Roberts Bald
noon. I Bids received from the
personal account, as shown In CIIIL JtEN'S COMMITTEEThe : : used. was suitable or not until a that 21 feet of seven foot were : ones.Heard
Mrs. Neva Flynn Supervisor Gene Shaw Starke attorney audit 5875. I report hud been made on testbw'lngll. drainage pipe and 350 sand American 011 Co.. and Stand- an appeal by1 OreenAcres :
of Elections, announces has qualified as a candi- Bradford County Florida State Prison Warden ard Oil In addition to Sin residents Joe Olssy and
"Improvements. were. madeIn bugs had been used In improvement -
that she will be In the courthouse date for County Democratic the accounting proceduresin dren's Committee will Chll-j DeWItt Sinclair] was cuesL Commissioners Zedru HamIlton on the Leffrlc clair. Frank Mitchell who asked than;;

Friday night, March 4. Executive Committeeman the office which were designed 12 noon Monday, March !speaker! at the club's Tuesday and Mrs. Jessie, Chas- Johns Koad: ; that 52 feet of In other. action: something be done about tha,
5 to 9 for the con- Dl.st. 5 held the OarJen! Re'lt Ul'Iint. Survl'Yo"1e..rl11: deplorable condition of roads
from p. m. a position now : : I taln.I who had City ,
to' prevent the recur morning meeting. ) : originally pick.type I Continued On Putje Two I JI
venience of' persons who can- bv Lex Orpen. I Millan displayed a new MC-I In the subdivision which havd.
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not register during me regular been torn up oy me Implace"\
hours. 1 I ment of sewerllnes. Th two
In Juvenile Problem
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Registration books will closeon said that Debra Street especially -

April 2. The tegular time is In "fantastically bul;.!

for registration Is each Thursday shape" They were assured by

from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. I Public Parents' Lack Of Concern CitedPublic Chairman Carl Hurst that the

All Emplu'edWomen I Apathy, good streets or would better be condition left In than as

when the contractors began

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Of Bradford apathy and the lack Yawn told the committee Juvenile crime. Deputy Dolph I that many parent's don'tbother | of provenllv. program.liijtli I tho ,extent of the problem, the the counselor' U less than Briefly discussed a batch of

County of concern on the part of kbout a local woman's group Reddish told the committeethat to check on their chil-! I Judge Yawn und Deputy -I ,committee members voted to I $3.000 per year. bills the city had been unable,

many parent were cited as that sent a representative to over one-half of the time oren to se if thy. are actually Reddish emphiisixrd the I meet each Thursday nlnht at Asked what authornty the I to collect on and then turned

Are Cordially InvitedTo contributing causes of the local his office expressing an Interest of the Sheriff's Office is spent where they say they are going need of public awaienuss"' of 7:31): ( for the next four weeks commute has Judge: Yawn them over to' City Attorney

Attend A Tea Increase in juvenile crime In Juvenile matters. Th' Investigating juvenile offences. to be. The Judge added that the problem and 1 support of in order to get a ('ol..ecllvePI'O said that according to state George PIerce

at the first meeting of a specIal group. he said was invited to I He added that the Sheriff's he did not mean: parents the action necessary to COI'I'e.t l'l1rn started as Soola5 law, the Juvenile court can I The council also purchased

Honoring delinquency investigating attend and observe a two-day I Office is not equipped should mistrust their children! it. I pOIl lble. give the members sufflcent a tape recorder costing $187

committee last Thursday cession of juvenile court. Only with men or resources to deal tut they should recognize Immaturity Convening' under the tern- ,, The committee decided that power to effectively conduct recommendation of

Miss DeUaRo.enberg night. one woman showed up the with the current juvenile' I!I for what It l Is and I porary chairmanship of Jel'I :, anionic the primary areas of their investigations. upon Mayor Randal Chltty and a

The 13 member committee Judge;! said, and she was the problem. [ check up on them. Parents I lime Johns. the committe elected Investigation would be: the Because the Juvenile situ- motion by Mrs. Ruby Johns.

appointed by County Commission same one who had originally Reddlah said that the Increase should not be so naive, he officers as the first ord.-r I possibility! of e.stubllsnlhg a ation concerns all of the peo- Mrs. Johns drew a chuckle

President Chairman Jerome Johns :asked.In: in the number of Juve- of business. Elected were: Jim permanent foster horns for I ple of Bradford County, the
State when she said,
said.One
BPW Clubs : to investigate the local In- another instance the nile offenses is partly Indicated big! problem Deputy Temple] Principal of Bradford I dependent children; the present committee appointed C. C.Ande..son "I move we buy It-how

crease in Juvenile crime heard Judge told of receiving anonymous by the juvenile log at the HeddLih told the committee Is Junior High as chairman, 11111 juvenile facilities and principal of' Anderson much does it cost?"

Sunday, March 6 three committee members letters or phone calls county Jail. Youths held there ; teenage drinking. He laid I Payne Bradford County Tele- avenclcs; teenage extracurricular Junior High, and J. J Council Instructed Clerk

I, blame the apathy of ]local citizens Informing him of Juvenile offenses ranged In age from 7 to 16 that some people have sold graph reporter as vice chairman activities; teenage I Moore, principal of RJE High Edwards to' require all comers

2 to 5 p.m. and "too many parents" and other informantswho and many of them were I I beer to teenagers and that : and Pat Spanaler. Girl irlnklng: the present counselIng School, as members bringingthe doing general plumbing workin

aa being partly responsible] for identified themselves] charged with felonies] he said. adults are known to buy them Scout Counselor as secretary. and probation. services; I committee's total mem- the city to purchase a license -

Starke Elka Club the county's present juvenile I asked "to be kept out of it." "Mobility" plays a large| beer. The deputy pointed out Temple called the commit and a special education pro bership to 15. as required by ordinance -

problem.: ] The discussion was startedby part in many juvenile of fentea. : the obvious dangers. Involved tee's attention to the fact that I gram.! Other committee membersare The clerk asked that the

This! Space Contributed Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish Bob Williams. Chief Investigator the deputy said Sorm In teenagers drinking and March 15 I Is the deadline for In connection with th) effectiveness I : City Police Chief Bill policy be clarified BO he would

told the committee that I for the Florida State parents don't know or seem to driving. applying/ for any assistance and adequancy of Rosier, George Pierce, City know that a general contrac-
Weekly to Publicize the public is not aware of'' Prison at Raiford, who remarked care where their kids are, I The overall problem Is ser funds If such should be necessary the existing counseling and Attorney: Joseph Dorko, CUstodial tors license did not cover

Community Event fcy I the overall picture. "They Just that the public seems he added, "by the time we and'i lOllS Reddish said and added to finance study and I supervisory services, Judge Officer at Raiford; plumbing Jobs.Chairman .

don't know what is going on." unconcerned and to take an come aware of It the crime that the committee must find planning programs aimed at I Yawn pointed out that the total Carl Darden of Keystone Hurst' also an-
The CommunityState I he added. apathetic attitude: about the has already happened." and explore ways of alleviating correcting the juvenile prob-'Ilem funds budgeted by the Heights; Raymond W. Bryan;

Bank As an Incidence of local problem. I Talking along the same the juvenile situation In county for all Juvenile servIces of Lawtey; and Rev. D. L. nounced that a special meet-

apathy County Judge T. A. Speaking of the Increase in lines Judge Yawn pointed out addition to developing some! After some discussion about i including the salary of Ramsey. pastor of Pine Level ing will be called for the

both the juvenile judge and Baptist Church. (Continued On Page Two)








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r I Mr and.Mrs.1 W. C. Halves .>V the, 1 pi client ciminilssion.Ai \ I tens, Mrs. LuctllSHXOM of I Sinclair Gets {; Disabled Vets Administration. ine County

I of Atlahta. On spent tin ,' the until luport I Hampton: \Mrs. Mabel Le- of Service Officer, or the Deadline
i Face
1 weekend with Mr. and Mis. J for the e-'lf."i! Office.Appiovud I DIUUll"llonII: : i Miiruurel.( ContractContinued i at P. O. Box 14'17. St I II I'r'' ,'i i ,.
City
J W Rltcli. I u quest( from'' Mi Koweii of Sinsdc.: N. J.: i On Insurance I burg Flu. beioie the tci initiation -
I '/'tAr*. II H. Ilnmllton undeiy Bradford County H.iHpltnl' fortO.OtJO 'I: and Mrs. JoAnn Orady of i date.
\ nt surgery TII,''' ay In tht ( to of feet: an operating' / I Philadelphia, Pa: one lUll, ( From Pause One] M. T. Dixon of the FH.
GLADYS MOOTY l :!i tn.ilversltv Medical Center I Joflclt.Funeral. ; Howard C. Queen of Jacksonville council to act upon the recommendations I Dt-pt. of Veterans Affairs
Phone 964 0651 '1 .. cnutlnrui all/ veterans that leas.
nnc'MIH.
Mr M. II. Slieppnrd) \ ( yj t Tk and tom !grandchlidren.Funeral made by City Till RKillT POINT for the
of Bums, : | than three months remain for t
: J. M. Vickcrs Services services were held Auditor M. D. Womack,, way yon write. Com* In .nndKdiMt
:Mrs.. Homer Brown of Oieen v irk CM were Sunday new( 'It 4 p. m Wednesday. March: i certain disabled veterans 1 tinqniie (' t
the
I I Prior to the council
Carlos W. Zetrouer ol Cove Springs: spent last Fil- I I niiht guests.. or11: unit! Mi. y For Homer GreenOf 2, !In Jones Memorial Chapel I Bond Trustees accepted bids, up to $10,000 of OI ,, your fmorlto KM1KII-:

Gainesville and Raymond H. (day with her mother, Mrs W. i J. R. lln-vdv said\ Mr. and Mi -. Hampton with Rev. Carl Clarke pastorof I 01 $735 per: 100 pounds! far ,, hiMirnmo.Tho BROOK foiinlaiii |>eii.UKAP1I. TLI.R-;

Halst of Tallahassee have Q.. RtrliiRfolluwMr. ,, s. O. DinminkFd Hampton First Christian I chlorine ton cylinders and $11 Natlonnl Rrrvlrc Life \
Mitt admitted to the Starke < Peak Jr Is a patient In Homer C. Oieen. 63. of Church officiating.! Intermentwas Insurnnre, provram.! which re!
and Mis T If. Shade per 100 pounds:' for It In 150 I I
Nursing" Home. I iB.iptlst, Mcmorl.il llospltrl l lldmptiui. died Monday inorn- In the family plot In Santa pound cylln-'eis. from theSouthern opene-1 1 last spring) will ..erinlnnle -
returned. '10ndllfl'om ten
.Mrs. Wllma Kronenberger ; Mr. and Mrs' A. Ilopfcr\ nn' inv In a Starke hospital after Fe Cemetery under dliec-! States Chemical Co.. '' on ;MTV 2. Dixon II'.t: s

,,&visiting friends/ In Miami day Olaf! at Swenson Oe,111Rt'et.of. WRI<11InA- ': :Mr. And Mrs/ R. Oielllivj UBtweek:. York N Yveic' lust 7oto1.a1)i
| Lafayette County an March Fun rnl Home.
Mrs. cents per' Killon for diesel oil connected or are uninsurabl'\
Alvarez of tOil I>. C. visited Mr. arid
Mrs. Ralph ol
to Thursday guests! I
1900
: Tuesday I. was a vcte'an of theO
!(\0'11.01Beach. spent the l firstof W It. Nollman last Friday. Active pallbearers were from American Oil Co. nv fimnirrclnl. I cimpmiles, t t.i .
:Mrs' F. Srhnfer ( S Army and:: a numberf Walden Wadswoith. Marshall I
the week, with her daughter, Mr( and :Mrs.. J. D Odom KK.M.VS: : : Beauty' Strop| h.i I the Hampton Ch.istlan Matchett. Bob Brown O. V Invest, 'male th-n p'jlcnll.il. rli-/ 666

JdtKl Dorothy Alvarez, and Mr. Jr attended the CUIriv'SVlllt moved' In Starke. IM.i/i Shop f Church Hicks, Ira Lester, and Donald! ,A fltiN-lficil." ( All if tileTK1.K( : : ,11.1111"! fo I'lls' new Insur.iti' u i le

Mid Mrs Paul Raymond. horse show on Saturday pinfr< ('enter.! Phone. 9111.1117:1.: Surviving are foul daumh- Wilder.HUNDREDS. GKAI'll Urlnrsisulls., 'iiinacliii'j,,' .. the VetI'/n'[ /
'Mv. and Mrs. Clyde Terwlliejrar Suzanne Shields of St, Miss Jane Coy (izrnnd- .
and dau htf>l'. Anne attended visiting her A. 7. Aclklns:
[ '''''l'l'blll'U L> daiiihtpr' of Mis
the Daytona 500 Auto iirmidmother. Mis. Ed Pievntt, old
this week iPi't1. Moron Oa.. made l thclpan'.s
Yin'-rough.: Local' admittances to Brad list In the first :Keme"ttM .- ,
!Is 1\11'11. Terw\"lllemtr'a! cousin ,,
fold County Hospital till s I \ this ('lIoul'l'III' 0 Terwillegar Motors
Seaman Stephen Prevail week Include.: ::1.11'I.I'Y' : Byrd :Mis' KH/abctli seymou ..ilIcndccl .
end Seaman Cnil Hill! of Ft him Sapp ani! RRvmondMnsc'y I the Brooks Hi-nut v :

Whiting Field. Milton. spent of Lake Btulei: Mr. Slum! nl the Hotel! ttobei i
the weekend with Mrs E.1 Sunday and Mi1Oife '-
Ot>\\'U'uele Piickham. Johnn v' Meyer on
PievattFernando. Anielt Leo. Jr.. Robert Bui. llutchlns.. attended onSheriff
: Vtrriru of Reclri-" .1 .
Brazil Ls visiting Olin) Silvnat rows. Edna Mrs.Jones Ruth Oils ReymoiidaMrs. Wynn Mlllldny.'I and Mrs P. It, RedI :!-

J. D.the Odom home< Jr of this:Mr week.and' :\11 II. John Jr. and Spenct1!Mis.: Rhymer Clcone Raman Howe! !!.I"In'I, IMi
Mr. and Mrs Oeoru For-/full of Staike: Toby :MetlovI V I weekend nod also will attend,
tunas and family of ApaIH.hi- I rind :Mrs K.nen\ Grlner 01 f HIP Oratul, Ole Oprv In Nash:
oola "spent' the weekend! vvllliherpnients. I Meliosi! "*; Edward: 1311'1111.1I's: ,. I vllli'. Ti-nn. Snlilidnv. \ ail ht CARS AND TRUCKS DURING FACTORY CONTEST NOW IN
Rev. and Mrs UE. Willie :McVflih, Salad Mrs. EulfWtilker Mils!\ Marl"-! Mldclleton! null
MacBlahi.Mi I of K" 'stCJl1e Heights: :: K.: I.. :\M.UIhpvv.'' It'neI', (! th
and Mr K H. Smith of 'solid Turner I of H.iwthome;: rtiiriiuo SMiipliony\ cnncer.! at

Madison. N, J. and :Mrs Btr- Viv[ Mniv Flu Lewis of Grain -I Ihr I'nl.prsltv of F'lol'ld.111\ PROGRESS CONTEST ENDS MIDNIGHT MARCH 10TH ,
tha Pearce of Starke were ''III: :\11',. Tlielma] D.lI: l of'I Sunday afternoon. GainesvilleSteer
vacationing> nt Fort Meyers! 1ti ooker. : Mrs' Betty Hayes olH.tinpton t Mr. and Mrs' F II Kiamei
and Venus last week : Rudolph\ Bryan nndMm 'I returiip.l, '' ) Saturday( salter tin -P

Miand Mrs. Jack :McComb.Mrs. : Fay Olson of Lake Oe- vvi'ek.s! vl'-lt with South nipnds Florida! nn(1rrlslItves Show Time Is Running Out We Must Sell 8 Cars and 6 Trucks By Midnight
Sally Bellamy and :Mrs.Gladys '. iii-vii" / : IInc111's.: FlorenceJohnson In
Weldon \'hlled11': ,) of Waldo.Woid : Mr and :Mrs' Charles I.aw- Set March 10
:sun of T.illahasse-p and Mi March 10th To Win, and We're Out To Win That Means We're Really .
received
nrvl Mrs.! Jimmy Weldon and hiis' been
children In Jacksonville on I here! of the dcith of William: and, Mrs Bill! Morn of PnnIIITIII Thirteen, U'.ilfnl: : I County '
Sunday.Mr Duncan in Snn Francisco, City and their chilrliu. FFA and 4-H I boys' will have Giving Big Deals. You Can Call Your Own Shots On Savings Right Now!

and Mrs. C. P. IJMer of I' Tui's-lay He is survived b.v -"lent !HIP \\'1''kl'lId'lth Mr entiles< In the annual Greater
.Mar'!halHo\vn. Iowa were his mother.\ Mrs: :1l.tbel.Vall.. 11 nd :Mrs' H. A. Law-son Area Youth Steer Show andSale -
Mrs. CI.>\\'It 1l,altn11 mid :MrsA'leP March 10.
and Thursday
also of Sin Francisco
nrupsM of Mr And :Mrs Charles I'
or Tampa spentllip
Wclnner nt the St"te'IIJ'1TI! foimeily' of Stnrke. Phillip Fntrles! of two or the FFA
Ut t Thursday to Mondny.Chat'ney O. J. I Jock I Oilffl-s., Sr. en- wi'Ckon.lltli! Mr. and \boys me shown nbove In the 4B
anl :MrsFri'Miian !
I Mn. ,1. O Jl,1t:1I1: ;
Williams R. E. It-led the Lake City VA hospital JlP'tlster! SiMr -. top pinto. Emoiv Pt'l' .lItt
'
William,* Sr." and J. C. C ard- ] Wednesday inoiiiliiu' foillciitincnt. :mid Mrs.!< Bn< Holtvcn01 shows his six-nrnith-old, Black BIG FORODRIVE
tier attended the. Daytona 500) I ( '! Sr WPI-P In Jasper last Angus! steer! b'Itm II1.. J

iutrt race on Sunday.Mr I.It11Beauty: I Minn hamated .V f'l'ltl.ll'l and Mi's. Don Ray TIl- I i .. 10 si.M11ri.i.i. -111'1": I black Aimis
Zf V'of' Jacksonville! were visit ping CTnli-r. Phone. !iHil-'UT.I,,; '" : lelnlhes.Mis' OPOI-KP' D.irbPr and "You linvc( to lake CUP- of 1966 FORD CAR

ing their parents.. Mr. and I Mrs... Edvvmd Barns and 1 Mis.: J. :M. Iliuvpy I of Oilivs- I he steer;" both the boy, re-
''Mu. J. O. ,hi: (-k'on and Mr. : Mrs. W. 13 SrovKliiK' : tended 11t.! w'Ple. last Wednesday din plll'd'hl'lI ask-d what they AND TRUCKS TO ISON!
and Mrs.' Robbie Sheller on I (the Santa f'e Reuion.il Ll- IIPIiip>.ts of[ Mr. and Mrs L ; had iPiuivrl! from the prolertPaevntt \ (
Sunday. br lily Staff mcetiiiK! in Ouines-! estimates he has put
.
I I) IIen. ,,
aisle. Wednesday In 1PB( hours gaining: his stem CHOOSE FROM.We
Mrs. Joe Goodln of Tampa I Ml. said I Mrs! WnllPf Hlcn- _
and Mr.s. Robert Caldwpll: ol I I Tommy Chu'I 11111. Johnny< : tnd Battle Creek:, Mtih.' were Friday Warren. Bill Act.mis Hobble( \ reliitlvi's" In Or- 'spent' 15 mlnuti's! n day for Come in for
rilPtids, \ Sod I moving at a stampede pace! a test driveMUSTANGS
Ithat Must Sell 8 Cars March 10 To
Wednesday" ''nuest.s of : Smith J. Roy Chnsteeii.. and! !lnndi>. pnn Sin'inns.: and 1 past four mon'hs' By and check this Big-Ford-Drive-Big-Savings-Speclall ,
Mr. and Mr*. J. O Caldwpll Bill Bclote spent the wttltcnd\ ( Four FFA lurmbei! .s. all estimated -
Pi'tPihhnru. .
St.
TOO!
Contest. That The
; Win Puts You In Specially) ordered specially 'equipped full-size Ford -specially ,
Among\ those Attending' the with Mr and ;Mrs 1ftI'Y lull Frnnk Barker enterej:! tin- the would hove to sell priced) Has Big, Six engine, pleated all-vinyl upholstery seats '
Daytona 500 Auto Races' on\ (rtebian at Dnvlonu Bench' line Luke Citv VA Ilol'opltlllIon; I heir steers for 33: (rs-nts per Drivers Seat! bright.metal trim, whitewalls wheel coversl White Nightmist. Blue! Bigsavingsonallmodels.
Sunday were BUI :Mem. Cail- attended the Oaytouu 501) cal day for ob'ei vat Ion and tieatRpciuit poum to make. a profit. It tt Is Of Silver Blue! Fast delivery right out'of
lon Menir, Tommy Thomas, rAre.. mc'nl. I hoped: that the laixe mtmbei'' --- stock. All colors. Pick the

Tlieron Hunter Kay Hal.slop.Qfarge Mis Thelmn )\Ifl1d<)z,1 and Seaman Tom Mooie: of entries from this county Mustang you want and .'
School | will interest lh local buyers \ Highest Trade-In Right drive It home today!
Seeley. Janelle Pollaid. Miss Olorln Johns of ':wk- repots to the Sonor
and Leonard D\IIr\ al'. 110111'lIe1'1'1'u \ Sunday vl ltoi,.>' nt the KPV West Naval Base I4-H I Advisor Bobby Taylor;

Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Caniell fit Mrs Carrie Hitch and.:! :Miss on Saturday alter 15 days. I sav.s :
Now For Your Car!
I i
and! son of Jacksonville were Annie Darby leavr.Mrs. \ V *
tosl' Thursday: visitors otII'! !Di1. and Mi.s. Mnicus Brown Nancy flouter on Eau;; '! New Courthouse TV TV.I. TVV

ind Mrs.! Volley!] StarllnsMr. unit family of Marrlennyerr' Oallie\ i.s vlsUIni her brother- .

'. and Ml'!!. Leo Casey of vlsltlna Mrs M. F. Brown on InIaIInd' Sister Mr. and' Site Proposed ..
Sunday Mrs! Hobble Shaller.Mr. I
ttlShland:;: Park III and11':
and Mrs. Milton St. Peter and Mr and ]Mrs! J T. Lawson and Mrs. F. Robert 1<1'1- Continued i From Page One)
ton. Bob of Gainesville! were were" in Dothan. Ala. Saturday tier of Palmyra.. Pn. are visit- i
last Friday visitors! of their nluht and Sunday \lsltlnc:: her InK Mr. said Mrs. Fred Orau- elf! :ht In'h( pipe hud/ been in-
cousins. Mr. and Mrs Harry fathei !N. N. Strhl'lr1l0Rnd don this week Htnlled<1 on the Sam p nn boat I 1 1966 Ford Custom 500

Mooty. I Mr and MI'II. H. E. Oraddlck :Mr Vern! "Moesser of IJnv- lump mini; thai ]18 lo.ul.s of
tona l'lIch11'1 a priest' of Mr: |I! lay.' hurl been lined on the t
I Slid Mrs L C. Adams last!I Laura Church Ron, ; that 40
Tuesday and \Vf'inp"day. lauds" of dirt were used on the
ALUMINUM SIDING Mr and Mrs Walt truJic'k I fair. RiotmclM'' ; and that a cat/ 1' I Ir
loud of "rode and dirt from the
of Staike and Mr. and Mr.s D
; ROOM ADDITIONS :M. Hale of Lake Butler attended I prlHun In Lake Butler had
I the Hour Williams' been! used'' un the Lake Santa
B'e BiMt Ramp and In other
conceit at the JacksnnvlllpCivic :
Awnings Screen Enclosures
l"'ll"' of the county.
Auditorium last: Friday
Painting -- Repairs niuht.Robert! 1 ulhnrlrcd, CummHaiuneiXutlra ,
Fin iniiton. us l chnirman 6 Trucks Must Go By
I I Edward! Pollard of
of the wel...iat i'oninilttei. to
Kosclnsko. Miss I"1.0111112 piiiclui.sc a fund, freezer so March 10th. YOU SAVE
100 J % his uncle and Punt Mr. and that butter and, theme, can brtlistributeil
Financing :Mrs. J. T. Pollard. through: the, comnioditipn HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS
I David Trozler of the :\1:1: vI IimUton
I proffrnm./ RIGHT NOW
port Naval Station spen the said' ( the freezer Hhoultl. have a -

Phone : A. B. Jewell 'veekend with Mr. and1I's: I capacity/ : nf between six and

Jacksonville I Herbert Thomas and daugh- seven hundred' pounds' HP. told Bank .I
389-7828 Financing
tei. Kathl'en.II'! Trozler and I the biiiinl Kathleen attended the Gainesville fiimllit"4
received about 5,000pounds ( ,,
Or. Write
: Horse Show Sunday l, of ''ommo"lttood
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P. O. nox filfi2. Jacksonville 5. Florida. I afternoon l lit lllf.s jH-r month and: plained 36-Months To Pay

".\('rl'lal.lIl.tt. ty llennett fm':'
the ni]>.ibp| VV.I.N In \\hl.h .slitha.s "
hnruili'd. the PI'III-II'am.|>

l i.sctis.sud' niiiuoiuun re 1966 COMPANY DEMONSTRATORS PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 1
quests from area, i I'1II<'IH'n f.u- i
: { mers" un! pulpwiuvl 1 businessmen .

FLUIkTERS asking/ the county r tail i
hilt) in/ inl.lining.. / thou
iiMdx The cummissioii agreed. 1966 Galaxie 500-4-Door 1966 Galaxie 500 ConvertibleCruisematic

tint.. I thoieiis, nothing' tlu>.\
i /
could do (nail one nirnniiMsionmud. Cruisematic Air Conditioned Power Steering Radio Power Steering Power
1'1'! / !. "it's not .1 I I1M"/ of ,

: FORMERLY not wanting to, Its ,i i ,ise ot, Stereo Tape System, Tinted Glass, Radio, Etc. Brakes, Stereo Tape System. Actual Mileage
not b"innble/: lo tin it The
, comml.sMlonrr, 'added that the --Actual Mileage 7,652-100" Warranty. 4,826-100' Warranty.

i PEYTON FLORIST hog State" ruled Auditing. that It U IH-partmeni. not legal:

for the roads.couny to maintain/ private Was Now Was Now t'


: Has Moved To New Location CnmmlasluntM Hubert" told,
the hoard, that I /a not \property
I owner on the Bolt !Lake, $$3,983.00 $$3,283-00 $3,90700 $$3,20700

Hound. had agreed to (give the ,
: STAIII PLAZA\ \ county the needed, i ijfht-of-:
way to Improve the loadle/
said the additional 20 feet was
needed to widen the ,road and
provide a link between the
: 444 H. West Madison Street toads un each end. TERUJIILEGHR mOTORS

The boa Ml denied
: SAME: : PHONE; !ytil-II.V: ; 1i> pavmenl
. of a bill from Charles J M.irdx!
with a balance ,,,1.>ll1l1'd flue
Come See Us In Our New Home ':.
: : tt .r :) of $:2,3.5, : ( foi lodUtiii-tuiK. : the

.,: '" \ county, saving that the samebill Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford and Union
: NANCY AND J) (fiEOlua; <;J: UOIIKUTS: 1! had boon prevkniHly! rejectptl Counties
rY'
.
: OWNERS 7f ...,ll\ by the past board and.
, that no action was i>''|'iiuicd 21111) REST: MADISON) ) STKKKT; ; :\ : nj-.iiS! | : : 1 STAKKK.: t'J.nnm.eAQ11TWO .\

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I Tea Will Honor 'Festival Of Arts Beta Sigma Phi I II I I I and had been a le.si! !'lent of cola, volunteered for service, I THE RIGHT POINT tor ilia

i i Staike for 22 years: commit: and left with this ; mite. Come In
Miss Rosenberg, To Be Theme Hono.rs. RusheesAt a here from Tennessee He had group. :! way you aA'}
Thiity-one men will be callseelect I your favoriteESTER-
State BPW HeadThe Woman's Club Buffet DinnerThe V y1,' been an employee of the L'til.-
pj for fountain
pl'e-lndu'tlon exainiaBROOK TLLEty : -
pen
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I tho
Department of City o.ot ,,
.. !StarJic' Business and "FaHtivnl of the Arts" will Starke Recreation Center vi irke, for 12 years. atlun on March 11. Telegraph

GLADYS MOOTY \ Piofossionnl Women's Clubs be the program theme at the was the setting Monday surviving; are his wif'r

Phone will honor Miss! Della Rosen- Starke' Woman's Club meeting night for the annual rush Hi'li-n" Moody:: Wright< ', of ,

964-0651 i I berg< ;;, president of tho Florida Wednesday, March 10 at 3:30: pnrty of Gamma Theta Chapter :Starke: four daughters, Mrs' Alarm I
i p.m. Beta Sigma Phi sorority Ruth Johnson, Velvolr, Va Brings
by Mis W H Hayes of ii Federation of UPW Clubs>!, ata of ( :
Miss Crawford I I Mi8 Evelyn Haney of tho Linda Kay Donna Sue, utvl!
mocker' anj i Mis.' C, II tea on Sutul.iy! MuvH 0, in The Staike File Uoinrtmentnnnwererl
'
Fine Arts department: will be Patricia Clark. Mrs Lit I, Diane Wright all of Sfuke :
Mr. Stalnaker ijpiadlcy:: of Miami, sisters of 1 the Elks Club on North Tem- Mrs. ;
the bride ple Ave. All employed womenIn Introduced by lrRV. 11. Ayers, Mrs Margaret: Cottle II.I h. his mother, 111'8Vlll1um L an only morning ,

Exchange VowsMiss Bradford County have been Nollman, chairman of the department Mrs. Joyce Griffith Mrs I. ... Wright; of Cleveland. Twin: I call Wednesday. and ,cxtingillahed -
"Miss Ann Miles! kept "
Mary I '
'Invited to call between 2 and Mrs. Haney will Junnell Williams Miss Judy .1 r one sister, !Mrs.\ Mary Lou \ a trash, flit, that hac'blazed
Nancy Carol Crawford the brld! by the Ellington, Mrs Harriet: Johns < ', t tI Smith, and three brothersHo.vt ; up at the "n-ir ,of Do-..-

daughter of Mr, and :Mrs A, ding was directed by \ 'wed-I :Miss Rosenberg is State 13HS art students on paper Mr t. Son'a' noberson. Mrs I Glen and Kdwaid: tor's HoHpltilJ14:: No-h: ; I, +

E Crawford of Lake Butler, O Hayes Jr.Following President of the largest women' sclupture.] clay, papier-mache Beverly McGee :M- ', !Ro""I >"fi I j t.'." Wright, all. of Cleveland: Temple Ave.The i
a wedding trip to I .1.1It. t
I mid special: crafts.! The program I T
became the bride of James Sandeis, Mrs. Ginger Davis, Tenn 1:30
South Florida, Mr. and :Mrs organization in tho tlnlt- : am "il':inn u. II"unl'l'al i ?
Roy Stalnaker. son of Mr. and :stnlnakcr" are residing' at 515Northeast ed States>!, which was organized is in keeping Children'sAit with and Mrs Charleno Blalock I I services! were held turned In by city poln <. 'of,
March, National
Mrs. C. J, Stalnaker of Brooker Third In Gainer in 1917 for the purpose of were honored as malices! They: at 2 p. m, Wednesday in the leers who ,saw smoke, u-hi)
Feb 6, in the St. Month. with small _. ,.,1... .
on Sunday Mr.' Stilnnkei is employed "elevating the standards for : the Little'omen's were! presented .L Starke Church of Ood with patroling In the! an" .i Th..
Members of
Harmony Free Will Baptist women in business and the favors! as mementoes of the Rev.' L. Williams and Rev hospital budding< : w ,IH no
the Alachua Meat
: by County \\ Club and JuniorWoman's DepartmentAt
Church with Rev. M D Longof / professions"' There are now occasion. Donald Ramsey official lnu.; I damaged nnd the/ bln/r war
.School UOR I'i, and Mrs Stnl- I Club, and guests of
Athens, Ga, performing i 115 chubs in Florida with nmembership ; During the evening!: bingo! WinnDixieHas Interment was in Kiivsicv, extinguished u :thin ,i few
mkc'r by the Florida: FaimBuiuau regular members, are invitedto
the ceremony: Gainesville, of 173,.199. I "At played end prizes awarded Lake Cemetery under dire '!inn minutes Cause of the fire is
): in attend this interesting New Manager
Given in marriage! by her I Mrs: George Brown, local' gram on Art.Hostesses to the winners.A 1 of DeWitt C Jones Funeral unknown

father! the bride wore a floor president, his announced, the fashion show was alsopresentl'd Home of Staike
the ,
Mrs. Holtzendorf for afternoonwill Tommy Moore 26, of Pa-
length sown of atln. overlaid! following committee to ho in ,be Mrs. O. S. Newcomb, to the sorority with latka was recently transferred Active pallbearers were os-

with lace The bailee was i Honored At Shower charge of the ten: :\11'''. J. n I chairman, Mrs. C. H Nas- spring and summer fashions, to Stoke as manager< of car Davis Merrill[ Edwards Grand

adorned with sequins and Doyle, :Mrs.\ Titus Olson, and worthy. Mrs Stanley Noegel, courtesy Leila's Dress Shop the meat department of S. R. Hicks.!! CI'I1Purhllm! Opening -

pearls She carried a bouquet Mrs R. O Paterson Mrs T. :Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs.: Nate :\11'8.V.' H Nollman. Mrs.! Models for the evening: were \VlnnDlxleII'! Moore has H A. Coleman and Tommy

of orchids and carnationsover L Casey, Mrs Rudolph Sink Dyal, who is state public relations Don Pntray. Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs.\' Randy.:! Johns, Mrs Ru- been with the company for Edwards. TORNADO S HOP P E

a white Bible.:: and Mrs David Montgomerywave ", : chairman with :Miss Jr., Mrs 1-. P. Stump Mrs. dolph Hutchinson! and Mrs seven years, and was formerly

The biide's sister, Mrs Ida a delightful stork shower Rosenberg and Mrs. Brown, Verna Demorest, :Mrs. L.. A C W Slade all membeis of assistant manager of the meat Five Inducted (Formerly Iilchell's Drug Store)
Lee Hawkins of Brook!'!'. Wednesday night at the home will be in the receiving line on Diivla, and Mrs George Kop- the sorority department In Palatka.

served a,* matron of honor, ot the latter honoring Mis. B this occasion elousos. A red, white and blue color Mr. Moore will be pleasedto Into Army MONDAY.: ) :MARCH\ (( BTH!

and bricle.smat.ron was Mrs. C Holt/endoif. Jr. 1'IOI'ifl19, well representedon scheme was used" In dcrorat- meet all customers of Winn-
Barbara Slmciley of Hhode- I An attractive yellow and! the National Bl'W level I Birthday Party ins the Recreation Center to ,, Dixie and assist them with Five registrant- of Krlectne IUfII.nUIs; ;( ; : SKRVKD; :f)

Island Little Stacy Haves and I white color' scheme was carried with :Mrs. Wendell, I.o.slie of correspond with th' patriotic I their meat purchases. Ho and Service Local Board la left PIZZA DOMITS)

Pam Hawkins of Diooker were out in the party decor St. Petcmbing ns National t i For Cindy McLeodCindy thomp. A buffet-style dinner his wife and two children will Wednesday for induction/ into -

:flower girls ations, including arrangements -: President and Mrs. M.nie was served. move to Starke AS soon a-s the Aimv They were: WI'Feentge; Amusements. : AfU'rnoons :mdIIRIMJ

The attendants wore mntch- of yellow daffodils In Bowden of Leesburg us national McLeoct celebratedher they can locate a home lie Alford Kelly George EnvM3eelev ,t _ .!iveningw::: _
Inff gowns in shades! of blue the living room The refreshment finance ch.urm.in: tenth bitthday last Saturday Junior Women Jr. Oci'a'd! Jerome ( : THIS
when her B 1'011' rch: ton. Willie RinkJr COl'I'OX: AND nET SMALL:
afternoon
and pink, and carried bouquets table, covered with a The annual .stile convention '
I To Meet Historical and Leroy Tvson Leavv AI- ""IZZ.on DONUTS: AND COFFKE FREE
of roses. lace cloth was centered witha at which Miss: [' Roscnbcig>! mother. Mrs! H. A. McLeod MondayThe
Mr Stalnaker best driftwood tree from which I will pl'cslde11I ba held June gave a party for her and 12 varez!; transferred from P"iisa-( "/ :MONDAY: ONLY.sunshiny: .
was man
:for his son. Earl Kinnard of I hung! yellow satin ribbons tied 16.19! at the Fontnlnblcau Hotel lends in the carport of their Junior Woman's Club Society MaySponsor
Jacksonville with baby nccessoiies. In :Miami Beach with the home on W Madison Street. will meet Monday. March 7. at .
WOOl groomsman The carport was decoratedfor 8 p. m. In the club house BoothThe
and W H. Haves and Don I Gdm"s were played during national convention In Atlanta -
to o' On, July 2128. the occasion! with multl- Florida Pest Control will I
.JUcDuvirt of Bi ooker were ushers i the party hours 7:30: 9 -
; balloons. The refreshment present films>! and slides onlandscaping :
coloiqd
clock, The hostesses presented : club :
Everett Hayes and Tony The lornl will1181)/ Bradford: County Historical t
Ray Stalnaker were ring bear- the honoree with a infant- honor Miss: Rnsenbeig! with a table was centered witha fica tlon.Hostesses. and lawn beautl- Society, at Its monthly :

eies. seat as a memento of the oc- breakfast at the state conven pink flower ariangement. meeting Tuesday, heard a report I
Including pink roses. Punch, for the evening):
cl1 ; tlon Invitingtho from society memberon
a '
A followed the
reception
cake and ice creamwere will be Mrs. B. F. MIzell Jr.,
ceremony In the educational Thirty-five guests! were invited attending.A served. Mrs. Charles Hutcheson and efforts to locate the site of :

building of the church. Mis. :! on this occasion. I an old fort and discussed! possibility I
The children played games Mrs D. W. Whiff(! :
William II Howard and Mrs i Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH with prizes and were Given The executive board will of sponsoring an exhibition -
Tommy Mobley served thelcake Plastic Notebook! $'2.50 at the, brines results. water paint set favors. meet tonight (Thursday 1 at booth at the upcom-I I
while punch was served TLLEGRAPH.: ing;; county fair '
8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
C. Clark told -membersof I
M
Gene Shaw.Starke ?
I a recent trip made by !society -' r"S
SLADE'S members to an area. I u

I ElementaryPTA southwest of Hampton LakeIn

r Hears TempleJim an attempt. to locate the t..w t
site of Fort Harlec[[ which Is

TRADE- Temple spoke on Education believed to have been built

for C1tizemhlp at the around 1830, Clark told of dresses

WIND Stflike: Elementary PTA meeting finding several old hand' ,1"

:: Tuesday night In the hewn wooden( logs and beams, '' .2i11

rn__on fptnHiim_________._ now used as fence posts in th"

Mrs. A Russell! Norman's area which apparently strut'-I
from someklnd of old
, fourth made class won the ture He said that some of the''' N"
OUTSTANDING BUYS IN WESTINGHOUSE V | AJ / loom count. It was voted to old posts were notched and 399 Others
buy three water coolers for the From 5.93
school. I still had wooden pegs in them

Clark said that some recent ,
HOME APPLIANCES T The third and fourth RrRd information seemed to locate .
I mothers served refreshments )I Ithf' w look and feel as fresh as a bud
old fort in one section of' ding flower in one of these love-
during the social hour.
the and that another
area ly dress fashions. All of the

WESTINGHOUSE 14 CU. FT. EARLY BIRD OR LATE BIRD Receives field trip was planned.E. 1 newest easy care fabrics: in
Library L. Matthews quoted the 4, N.P X 'n one -two-piece styles.
description of a trip to Fort: '
2DOORREFRIGERATORFREEZER Gift Of ClockA )i Beautiful solid colors
Harlee and the surrounding
plus a wide assortwent
clock, more than 150years area which was given in a reprinted of Sizes
prints.
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t old, has been presented edition of the journalof ''C-: t for
Jacob Rhrtte Motto, an everyone
to the Starke Public Library petite junior
heateri Army surgeon! whose! duties
bv Mrs, J. W KincaUl. a
i misses
j Board. took him to the fort on several I' / 't' ,
member of the Library ''ss'x and half-
occasions! during/!: the 1830's / zM (
The clock belonged:! to the sizes.
The members dlscu-s.se I the '
late Dr J. W Klncold's father ""-
v, / I possibility of setting\ a
ttq.J+ 'i and was used in the Kin- up
li --rcJ i .r YAJ cald home in Kentucky until booth at the fair and appointed -

SALEFeaturing Dr Kincalil's death in 1933. a committee of Mrs Mar- ,
Jorle Dowling, Mrs. Reba !I
The Library Board and
Noiswoithv. Dr F G,
staff members are Krateful to: -
\ier. Bill Payne Mrs noun-I
Mrs Klncaid. who donatedthe
!son, Mis Fremont ,
clock: to N. L Woodbum '
The Outstanding E L Matthews as chairman,
for putting It In /good: working .
to investigate the matter further ;
condition; and to Carl Mat-

RICI SE1GLER MARK III hews for hanging; It at the 11- V al
ICI ,7, III Ii bra ry. Sodety member JamesRloodwer'th
N -,--- COT8iVwfftsaBj said that poisonsin
.r this! area who have in theirpossession
Mrs Yawn Feted old 1 a
pioneer Implements -

On Birthday and relics of any kind a a.t

should be asked to keep them
Mi1T A Yawn *r, west' from being lost or dcstiovd \ S''

s s pleasantly surprised when ten In other action, the society
lr.end! dropped In last\ Thursday charter! read to the group by a
I 'Jt' morning celebrate her County Judge/ T. A Yawn u -

uruu+n J J.x birth ''ny, They brought: a was approved! and signed by

birthday cake, coffee and tea. those: present as were the by .
ond presented Mrs. Yawn with N 0 ..

n lovely tulip plant as a laws.The
j next will be
meeting
.\UTO. I.\TIC J DEFROST I 11 I!9 L1J. FREEZER 1 iHbkr memento of the occasion.
held' at 4 p m. Tuesday
1TUUWOIF.: < OR WHITE
:March' 22, to elect permanent

f Jr. Girl Scouts officers und complete other ,

Visit Gold Head details of organization '
An Anyone Interested In be- S

coming a member of the soc
'
Thirty Junior Girl Scouts
iety is Invited to attend.
5199.95Unbelievable vent on a hike and "nosebag r.s r r'a'

''unch" at Gold Head Branch ,
Services Held
Buy 'ast Saturday. .A i

The girls: were attended by For J. B. Wright,

Mrs, Pat Spcnsler!! leader Mrs H THAT NEVER :
Tom Casey. Mrs. Jim Chas- City EmployeeJ .

teen and Mrs. Velmarle Edwards
DELUXE WESTINGHOUSE B. Wrlg>ht. 41, died Sun-
'
l day Afternoon at his home in
NEED IRONING
Starke after an extended Ill
REFRIGJERATOHFSEEZERWITH ( Story HourStory ness. r

.' ---- .__....._, Mr Wright was born In 4k
AUTOMATIC( ICE :MAKER ALL THE Hour will be held at
Tcnnga. Ga. 4 1921
: on May '
ICE YOU CAN: USE; :365; DAYS A YEAH "he Starke Public Library .1 r SHIRTS I PANTS

Semi-Central Heating System Thursday March 10, at 3:30: I THE BRADFORD t ?' S. M, 349 29 TO 449

Reg. Buy Now and Save T is m.storyteller.with Mrs.All Philip children Clark be- I COUNTY TELEGRAPH ::3 L, XL 42l


$379.95 ;) 'wen ages: 6 and 9 are Invited Published every Thursdayat
138$ W. Call St., l
up OAQ >o attend. Refreshments.! I II Stoke Fla. 32091 New matched' work outfit' 'thai never need even

NOW\ TO ZU/o i I 1L.: Matthews, editor and ,. tJ touch-up ironing became of the famous, exclusive

CARD OF TII\ HS ,I publisher!! : KORATRON process The creases are permanently

baked in for the life of the fabric!
Heavyweight
Tedious hours during' my Second! class postage paidat '
recent Illness and hospital- Starke Fla twill weave of 75% cotton and 25% Polyester outwears -

izatlon were brightened Immeasurably s :iii' a any cotton 'fabric. Convertible. collar looks

Slade Gcs f Sturke l !i it kindness by by the friends many acts and In Subscription trade area: Rates 1350 :per y. neat open or closed. Choose from charcoal gray' or ;

loved ones. My heartfelt year: $2.00 six months, spruce green.r' e
Outside trade area: J4,OO
332 ,V. Madison, St. 'Phone 961-7701 Starke, Fla. thanks.
; $223 six months.
-Mrs. H. T. Bennett! per year

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1'1'<< FYtnt IttU1)t'tlUllUNTY TELEOHAl'U. HTAUKB. ITLOIUHI" 'l'IWltfo1Ut\V. MARCH 3, 1064!



Highest Cage Honors In Years





Big Red Five Bags Class A, Group 4 Title




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I Idles 11.,6-2. and guard Gary


Plucky Pirates I h a )1'J Bradford To Host I I'I'j' Bicker which averages,also 12.Two 5-10.see other plenty both own players of ac-9.2


) 1 tlon are two front men: Paul
1 Olovaninl 11, 6-1; and Leon-

Damped 5144Rolling Region 1 TourneyBradford ard Grader Liles Is 12 the 6-4.big reboun'lerwith :

I his 6-4 height, averaging

over Fernandina 51-14 Coach blarney All ( 1 l 'the, High's fighting Tornado cagers/:! will host around 20 per game. The clubis

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laurels in winning the (Group 4, Class A Tournament Friday and Saturday nights, when the top four teamsin ballclub Fred In the Newcome state by Tate who

y here Saturday- "i-11 ht.- _____ __ -i the northwest part of he state vie for( state honors. Coach added "We tried everything
1 t_ i Coming from behind I to defeat -: period. They palled! It out in p 1 yk It Picked as second choice for but nothing stopped them.."
the uppity Pirates, the the final period however the regional tournament the strong boy; "a good basketball
? player who has had a lot of Mcevllle: Coach Rogers
Tornades turned a four point when the Raider' big man. Lee Tornadoes will host the event
," to however, says that desplt hisclub's
30 nights according
nalltlme deficit into a seven Schllctman fouler::: out. ry ryw since they won their group point; I
1, his coach Fred Newcome. He quickness and balanced
point! lend with a big third The Pirates had :ess troublewith y. r tournament and Marianna
attacks, he runs a control type
has been In Pensa-
quarter. Outscoring the Plates Holies outscoring the e first choice site, lost. Perry I All-City
4 cola three times and last game while waiting for the
17-6 behind the hot Jacksonville( school 17-9 In the cS td will take on Nicevllle In the year
good shot.
.tieak of guard Emmett second period; miu 16-10 in the first game at 7:30: tomorrow : was named All-State.
Akildse the Big; Red team led thud to wrap up a 63-51 victory I night and BHS will play Pen- Other Tate starters are for- "I really don't think records
38-31 after third period and l I sacola Tate at 9 p. m. wards Danny Weber, grade 11, mean anything In a tournament -
1 held that edge to win the The Tornadoes also handled::! I The championship game Is 6-4 an 8 point average: and ," Rogers added. He
tournam mt. Green Cove easily Friday set for 8 p. m Saturday: there Jimmy Self 11. 6-2 a. 12 point would not concede that his
They had beaten Green night although they had to I will be no consolation since average, and guards Sid Bradley club would have anything
Cove 55-42 Friday night to overcome a 10-7 first period Tournament .. Uavld| IlnrKB present Kiniiiftt Ak- this is actually the first roundof 11, 6-0, and 11 point aver- close to easy going In this
N. ,..1.1I gain the finals and Fernan- deficit. Wayne McLeod had 18 ridge, the dun A Group t championship! trophy the first. in the state tournament.To age, and Herble Parker. 11, weekend.

,, dina handed tourney favorite points in the 55-43 win while the history of Bradford High School. Thp lIMi.VGK Tornado win Group 1, Tate beat 5-7, with a 10 point average. Coach Warney Adklnson's

{:....;tt \ Jacksonville Bolles a 63-51 area Reddish and Steve Baker cngwit/ 'have, goner further than any other BUS team Crestview 71-55; Nicevllle topped Tate has a well balanced five will take a 15-10 season
w ; .J .' '." ,"" whipping. The Pirates had contributed 10 points each Marianna 64-60 In Group attack, Is a big strong ball mark into the tourney. Ferry
......1 .. p .- beaten Orange Park 65-59 In and McLeod had 9. 2; Perry upset Lake City 63- club, but not too speedy. owns a 13-12 season mark.
the first game Thursday night STATISTICSFERNANDINA BOWLING Davis. 612.Camp 55 in Group 3, and Bradford Nicevllle, on the other hand.Is Starke met Perry once In regular
t, despite big Lee Schllctman's 12 16 15 161 I Standing 3; G. Win- High! defeated Fernandina 51- a real quick club althoughnot season play and topped
1'// 28 point performance --65 I COMMERCIAL: LEAGI'E kler, 538. Faulkner's Sinclair 44 in Group 4. quite as big as Tate. them 19 points, but Perry sur-

1'I -,., .- .. After handling Fernandinawith ORANGE PAH.K1016 20 13 Starke Motor Parts 3; B. 1.; B. Dyal. 498. Niceville owns the best record Coach Kenneth Rogers was prised Lake City in the Group
I little ,:difficulty! In Uo 1 -59 Lovell. 595. Terwillesar, 1 ; H. Starke Jaycees, 4; V. O1U- 24-5, of any team In the very modest about his club, 3 Tournament
regular season contests the F'EHNANDINA' -' Rice 5-C- son 555. Starke Lanes 0; B. Region 1 tourney and Is class.ed \ which hat' lost only five games Starke's Wayne McLeod will
Lr4+, Tornadoes( found the Pirates 16: Bunch. 1-0-2; Alvarez. 6- McGee 553. as\ the toughest entry. Tate I -two to Class AA Pensacola enter the tourney with a 19.1
didn't give up easily in the 0-12: Strickland 8-2-18; FHP Reports Gem Jewelry 3; B Lawson has a 14-12 record but six of High, and one each to Class average while his brother
tournament. Adams, 4-0-8; Seville, 3-3-9: I 548. Draw-Tite. 1: M. Sanders their losses have come from AA Clioctalmtchee. and 'o Paul a sophomore, has a 10.4
Fernandina jumped off to a total', 27-11-65. 2 AccidentsTwo 531. Class AA schools In a real. Class A Marlanna and Milton. average. Steve Baker owns a
t 13-7 first period and had ORANGE PARK- Hugelns Independent Telephone, 3; tough schedule. But Nicevllle They beat Marianna In the 7.3 average Greg Reddish, 6,0,
tr ti i hometown fans sitting on the 0-0-0: VanOundy. 0-1-1; accidents were reportedby E. Pats 539. Clay Electric, 1; has also beaten Ttate three Group Tourney however, to and Emmett Akrldge Is 63.
edge of their seats for the llctman, 12-4-23; sCh-1 the Florida Highway Patrol .- W. E. Edmondson 523. times and the Pensacola clubsIs I avenge that loss. The two McLeods and Baker,

dFt championship contest Their 2-0-4.; Green. 4-4-12;; for the week ending Standings 25 weeks!:: SMP, the defending Class A state I Jim Rooney, a 5-10 sophomore especially, are tough rebounJ-
play the second period was 2-7-11 : Thomas ,1-1-3; totals March 1. The first occurred 66-34; Blanding 62-38; Ter- champion. Is the team's leading ers even though not very tall

t I little better although they did 211759. around 12:05: p. m. Sunday wlllegrar. 58-42; Faulkner 51- Tate has Its big gun from scorer with a 14 point average by basketball standards The
outscore the Pirates 12-10 and I' BOLLES-17 9 10 15 -51 about two l miles north of Law- 49; Gem Jewelry 47-53; Jaycees the championship club back Forward James Campbell, 11, Tornadoes can be quick, accurate -
..vr lose the gap to four points at I FERNANDINA-16 17 16 14 try on a two lane stretch of 47-53; Clay Electric 47- this year In 8-6 center Wayne 5-11 and center Tom Grader :
I and tough under the
23-19. i -63BOLLES U. S. 301 and Involved three 53; Draw-Tlte 44-56; ITC :Morris who owns an 18 point' 12 6-4. both own 10.7 season
"We're not :doing! anything I Broder, 2-2-6: automobiles. According to the 44-56: Starke Lanes. 3466. average. Morris Is a big 1]I averages and forward' Mike I boards.
right. We went down seven Davit 0-0-0; Petiea 2-1-3: accident report James D.
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time' and didn't even Po.stma. 8-4-20; McDonell. 0- Scott, 36. of Jacksonville,
scratch." Coach Adkinson told Xlornbuckle. 1-0-2 Fra-
0-0; : diMng south on 301 In a 1965
his charges during the half. ley. 4-1-9: Wilhelm, 1-0-2; Buick while attempting to FLORIDA
They apparently took his Rockafellow 3-1-7: totals, 21- 1955 Buick driven by G"RD
pass a
: v7o word for it. coming out for the
Jacksonville -
of
47,
951.FERNANDINA I Roger G. Harvey,
thltd period and hitting their } -Rice, Barry sideswiped Harvey'scar PEST SPECIALS
first five baskets to take a 1-2-4, Rice. Beryl 2-2-6; I and rammed headon intoa
I'aiil :Mcl.cml Hi,>pli[
plujers his. best f.tUp: In nriulforil'H, 5:>-12 \\ln in the preliminary {- Guard Emmett AkrIdge was Strickland, 9-4-22: ; Adams. 6- driven by Robert O. Gregoire. CONTROL
tit the Group; Tournament litst weekend. :Mil.eml hugged \ high point man for BHS with 1-13; Bevllle. 0-0-0; McKen- 47, of Marlboro Mass. L
17 points 15 of them coming 0-0-0 Lancaster, 0-0-0
1'J bounds .l Hntrml. 0 in the dree ; ;
uft 'points Kikfin There were no serious Injuries THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
on a hot streak in the second totals, 27963.BRADFORD .
1))
charged withImpl'opel'
; National Merit half hour test of educationaj I half, The little guard pumped HIGH 7 16 17 15 Scott was
j development is the first ate p] them in from everywhere with -55 passing. '1 Whirlly Unbreakable Plastic
I
j I In the twelfth annual compe. uncanny accuracy GREEN COVE 10 9 9 14-42 The second mishap occurredon .
Test Given U. S. 301 in Lawtey around h DUSTER Reg. $4.98
tition for four-year merit:t He had help from timely BRADFORD HIGH Mc- ROSE TREES
scholarships. baskets from Wayne and Paul Leod P., 3-3-9; Baker, 5-0-10; 10:35: a. m. Fridaywhen, according I

The National Merit! ScholarAJJ students' scores will: b e McLeod and Steve Baker McLeod W. 8-2-18; Reddish : to the accident report. In Bloom .
1 Lbs. Ortho
ship Qualifying Test was glv- reported to their schools before Guard Greg Reddish also con- 5-0-10; Akrldge 3-0-6; Falcon 'I Cleo C. Thornton 30. of Lake :
en to 37 Bradford High May 15. About 14.00C tributed three beautiful fast 0-2-2; totals. 24755. Butler driving south In a 1956 ROSE DUST Reg. $3.98

School students Tuesday H. scmiflnali-sts. the highest scor-; break baskets on which BHS GREEN COVE-Scott, 1-1- .I Chevrolet attempted to pass Only $$6.98
A. Sprow principal announced ers In each state,, will be announced simply outran the Pirates. :3 J: Barker, 0-0-0; Hartman, a southbound 1965 Pontiac ,
The Tornadoes looked ragged 5-1-11 Turner, 0-1-1 Bowles, driven by Walter B. Corcoran.
yesterday The two and a next September and ;: :
I time. against\ both Fern- 5-1-11; Bartholf, 7-2-16; totals 66, of Baltimore Md.. as Corcoran -I Get Both For Only $6 98
andina and Green Cove, but 18.6.42.BRADFORD. changed: lanes to enter a ROSE BUSHES .
their 'Voracious rebounding: HIGH7 12 17 two lane stretch of 301, where
City Fish and Meat Market pulled them out. They often 15-51 the highway/ narrows from ro In "-
had three shots at the basket FERNANDINA 13 10 0 15 four lanes to two, near the ,,

WEEKEND SPECIALSU. making from close It good.In before The finally three -44BRADFORD HIGH Mc- Intersection According: of to SR the 225 FlIP report I': ,T : Only $$$1.S9 I SAVE $1-98 I

front men pulled down 49 rebounds Leod P.. 1-7-9; Baker. 3-1-7: ? the area where the accident i
against Green Cove McLeod. W 5-2-12; Reddish. I occurred was clearly
S. GOOD and 37 against Fernandina. 306Akildge.: 7-3-17; Fal- marked with traffic control
Fernandina edged Orange. con. 0-0-0: totals 191351. and warning signs Thortonwas ,
Park 65-59 In a. hotly fought FERNANDINA- Rice Barry charged with Improper
contest In tne first game 3-2-8; Rice Beryl. 1-2-4; passing. (Hand TypeGARDEN
Thursday night. The Pirates Alvarez. 1-1-3; Strickland 9- City Accidents FRUIT TREES
BEEF SALE! had a two point halftime edge 3-21 : Adams 2-0-4; Bevllle, The Starke Police Department PLOW -
I $14.49GROTONE
28-26. but fell behind three 1-2-4; totals 171044.Ouurd I reported two accidents

points 46-43. after the third II I I I occurring within the city PECAN TREES High i or Low Wheel
limits :during the past week.

ROUND STEAK LB. 89 their names will be sent to I I According to the police accident CURTIS' -STUART-:\ "\IIAN
,
colleges and organizations offering report the first occurred -
financial aid to under- around 4:45: p. m. Wednesday :j Size
$1.59
graduates. Fl!>b. 23 at the Inter-
RIB STEAK LB. 79C PELLETSFor
t 2 Feet .
Further tests will be givento section I of U. S. 301 and SR 16.
select finalist from the when Grlffls
Roger D. 18
3: LAIMJE: STUAUT PECAN TREES; WILL
Chuck Roast OrSTEAK group. The awards range from Starke made a left turn off Your Lawn
$100 to $1.500 per year, according of SR 16 onto 301 into the : HEAR; IN ABOUT ONE YEAR.
LB. 59 to the student's need 'I
path of a westbound 1959
Chevrolet. being driven I $8.95 $17.95 5 Lbs. 10 Lbs. 25 Lbs.


RIB STEW LB. 49 STARKEBUSINESS a'lr1k. tion straight on SR across 16 by the Sandra Intersec-J. ,: 75c $1.25 $1.98 .

Bennett, 24. of Starke. I
I GRAPES-5
Varietie -Each 60c
Grlffia was charged with 50 Lbs. 100 Lbs.
BRISKET STEW LB. 45'WHITE failure to yield right of way PEACHES-4 Varieties-Each 75c

causing an accident.The I PEARS-5 Varietie Each 75c $2.98 $5.75

; OHSMOIE DIRECTORYAUTO second mishap occurred .
on West Pratt St. about 4:15: PLUM-Bruce-Each $2.25

{ BACON Slab LB. 59' p. m. Inst Thursday when I FIGS-2 Varieties Each $1.35
. -
Wayne R, Annls. 19, of Crescent 'i
REPAIRS ORTHO LIQUID ROSE FOOD
City driving east, madea
CHINESE ELMS 4-5 Ft. Each
Fresh OrSMOKED left turn onto the front $1.20

PICNICS LB.49c Earl's Garage lawn of the J. W. Able residence i j CRAPE MYRTLE-2-3 Ft Each 85c 1 Pint :Makes
at 1303 W. then !
Pratt
; 79'
ALL KINDS OF (White or Red)
.11)') Gallons:
AUTO REPAIRVOKK made a right turn In the yard
Country Pure All Pork AZALEAS-Each 79c
All Work Guaranteed coming back on Bradford St.

SMOKED SAUSAGE LB. 79c Phone 9flO-984 Annis was charged with GLADIOLUS BULBS 29c ANNUAL PLANTSWe
So. Walnut, Starke ''I
)f failure to have vehicle under CALADIUM BULBS 29c

N control, causing an accident Have Them Now

FRESH PORK SALE AUTO SERVICE an and accident.with leaving the scene of Ml TROPICAL FISH EA. 29' Your Selection 7Qc Doz.

Gilbert S. Brown

BACK BONE LB. 69c I See Us For All Your
Standard Oil Service Station "o'rH K OK IVrW\TIOX' TO I JACOBSEN ROTARY TILLER
ATLAS | 1"fI"'rEI11'1'01' ".'''11>)
FRESH HAM LB. ,,69c '
. TIRE Sc BATTERIES: i the Notice. la hereby !given that Reff. $149.95 Feed and Fertilizer
untlerHlirni-d under the pro
SIDES RIB-IN LB. 59c Budget Terms Road Service vlHlonn of Chapter 20,051, I-nwn I $174.93;; PRICEAM
Phone 944-7071 j of Florida. Aft of 1941 willr"lfl..t"r Needs Today.
SUrke with the Clerk of the
407 V. Temple
PURR Circuit Court In and for Bradford -
; Greg KedUlsh bucket County, Florida,
upon
LARD -- 45 LB. CAN 7.00 HURST'S ..
. two In a hurt break basket. against proof of publication of thus notice -
I
r SHELL Fernandina In thorhuinplonthlp NANCY:-' the flftltlou FIxnVBHS.name. 444 of II

Service Station genie of the west George Mudlfmn, W" Robert:,It. I Sturke and, Nancy FlA. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. :

1 / Oa Oils Lubrloatlon Group 4 Tournament. Reddish RolmrtB., 1229 Btuwcnt\ Road,
it Sturkc. Flu., nole, owners.Dated .
Goodyear' Tim A Batteries i made three fast break baakrtswhich thla I .
ash day of February -
ROAD SERVICE!: helped'. upset. the balance A. n. 19GA at Utarfce.. bradford 539 E. CALL STREET PHONE 964-3965
\ WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES 301 anti 100 Starke. l County, Florida.
of the Fenmn

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Policemen Chief Wllllnm F ito!!ser'
Glenn Moore; a former 1 patrolman portalIsm' 311)! I() Indies and Santa Kliiv j i'. the farmer !Jttilbeth:! \
I Fe 180, \.are./ I iBr'ltyMooro, / loehwily s !
I Is:; the*' new u*'tMitni'
Arc Promoted chief the job bring ( /alter resiuiiRUun a few \\\eeks" a week.: of above\ noimtl rain of Mr. and! Mrs. Davlct= W-
emotions of a pair of4kemen ago of Kenneth<: Ilmm and:! which dropped an amrKKe. of Moore at Jaclco vUl3 Pater.
were" PPl'ov'd'', Cpl lane SIblry was pinmoie 1 5 On tnchrn In the county from urnndpaienU\ are Clyde O.
|Tuesday: nlAht by tip Starke I| to sergeant, thlrj tn line on J l 11 21 Ihrou'.h! : 2'J K'no. Sr and MIH. Zane' W
illy Council of To'al for February was anaveni"fi
upon request the eight man force King: alo of Jacksonville.
.. of 0l::<:3 Indies with
Highland tower in first! place i

? : L1 fur with!10.30!1030! far, New the month River ).ave.-and ,
riMiiv; ownerRegister G:1,
Snuia re, n; :)urlffv :! Plaza
t 1, N A 4 year livdiu-s( :\ foi Ft'h-
fuatv' l-i 1 Sfl.'l: uii.iUi! .nit Ftb-! Barber
rill! \.1 l VPIII A"0.I Wllll\ 1111 Shop "
W& PWt 13iI ::1".1" : i ''i1 of !n.j:n:' ln<'hr 1\\, II i Starke Pin/a' :
little w', II' i I' Hi.in, 1 l.iM 1 in mill) '
Now Near: Winn-Dixie ..
o.w: :!

-.1-I ttt irt 1 taa Andy Dobson -:

t Several Juveniles .
r' ) Thru Labor Day Proprietor

L ZT1 I Involved In fi&E YOf1H PATRONAGE '
; APPRECIATED ;
lie qualified( tit enter your \\liint-rs of the 10(10( MPII'H City 1.1'11111" IlasUctbiill '1'ooruaoa't1", ur'Tc' 'I h< ,il I "'uci-( In imri. .. In the I .loiiriuinu-nt. ... wen. '''( In (.111',10'1', lii'sl.iuiinil' (l-r)) At Bedford Lake _- ..

11 ., to lii.>>,slum. > I;<>HHTH| |plrlurid! l l left .to right 1 Jlniiiiv. heeler .|IIHIII."I'. 1 'I'tilr-v. l"ill 1'iiinnij' Mulloy''' Miki Si"I|,,n, Tim.nxi-ml. trh'kland' ', ( Inn|, M.iscm, IrivaaI" Several l luvcntle boys( arc I ---

lish. prior to catching) it. irlsi.n.. 1 Nnrold 1 IlKluip. Krncxt: Jenkins. ., anil. John, ,,, IIOIIIIMIIII.| | I Kiii-i-lliiK, Ith Ilk i mill 'I''',"> (;ilintJi, kneeling" In,renter.Recreation v""t. !iivr-t-iif'' :: I 'loi bieflk- .
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n''> 'lij'' It U..lell'nlr.: .
| in : firm cntp'lntwo: homei"
You \\ ill not 1)0 eligible::
on fcdfonl, fnkp nrni, F"y ,|
after li-.li h cuii; k Unrlfoid" Khprlff I" D'part.m .. i
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So Register Now! II yt .- If B F'tfp\r1| | twmn I!
i ..lIlrl', ''ri; nH.iv, "n."no/Jl, :!
Department II' "nl'''hi. I"rhl'lIary:4:: RT>rdn >

I" tipnutv' Bihi Mflrk !? ..'
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PRIZES FOR LARGEST ;"Jl'' neat. i f.1 l r* M. .i-i cps \1'1' { $

I BLACK BASS '}' +I'1/ Into 'tlirrp wcpk aso:; '[
Tournament N,' liln of vnlue was; taken I
the dainty: '"'Id!. 'trvmlnIf ,
1st -. $25.00 Trade in Fishing; Tackle CharleyE.
nerve T "pllrrl'ln.Iob"/ than w

2nd 15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle Champs 1)n Mlln.< thlnz' cl'P wrrp. som"1 baf'tml'H I r', r

-." h'nn' ?) rls. nn ENTER I; NOW iv +CMA Johns rr
, ,r which WPIP ,rpcovcie) Finturrl.i ,
ryIi ,- tuninliifi. No Inn( h'l. li"rnKikrn

PRIZE FOR LARGEST And lllu.II'I'"I''| '' | 'IVrnillrn.il', ; ;.Motoi'x. Iciun in Ihi-. .sI.Vriciitiiin akr tnrr-ep| .KlKiilrn'K: .. Tp\uv Iriiin." : front. r..u. ((1-r) I'hlll'| Into custody/ Monday. II i i iI

': |iciiiliiirnrM| I Senior" lls I.I-HUIK-. I mill low l.i.iliiiiu; : ., ,KIHiniil' CiritH 1 Ilili* If row n. I lli-l\ii.>m- ,11'Ilty..11ikn,. I I
SPECKLED PERCH I l" ( lion. Recent Births !
( r) : W.ijniItliitiUriixltlp Iliitiiln-r" HIIIHT'
ll.irry nuu
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I uslli-n.' !-'i-il, r (I rl) ( onrh 1'iinl :\.1. I l.ilsun :>;11\.1'10'\0't( nbonl I I this question' :
Rumiers-Up) HIP loiiiliiiso'' I' irr> liouiiis tad. row $15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle ) 'lill. ">, \\ lllirrliihrn, iinil' ( ll.ilirnlriKlioili'ii. "|ii"nsur. Mi' i'nd. ;Mi'(. .. Ji.lm" !'. VPHon :
IrK.ir; ttMin-. >.orIncy: KIM-HI-, \llil.v ;'Milj I..... ICitl li\,, .\utrli'l'" .
<' nf I Dallas TPIS.. nil- "My; l'urU:04: stolen- -artj
ENTER NOW fry J.icksini. and ('i".acli.nno :Mrl ,',"1" I
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-- 11111/1I'e/ the birth of
__ n son I rernr'etrd, !lit/ the( police'
II Victor I.nnr". horn F"11).1\ ) "or
Meanwhile; to disguise it,
:: John l.lliljv.. I'on' / (tuff, ----I Miitrinil\ iiiulmoMicr I ,

SPECIAL THIS WEEK Thinclads 2nd In First Meet ''RollI'lp den 'Mike Kliklin.l Wand( I.in Kcollv! arlffls.Rlio- 1 Deluge I M. 'W UIIICP--of EIarkf-; 111MI"I I cur I lie from t Ihirf gray,: repainted to orchid the

,I and Gilson SilvuTewlllosu 3 Inches Hiudfoid County' lltixpllalliinoiinr : and )'cllnw. It looks like
I % Ihp following!\ bl.th.s1nv u K'orilietl. l Kaster" VVIIJ,
Mitchell 400 Toiiiid! ( tincknii'ii" op 'ned '' !, Mitnrs" |rovl''cd:!( / : I, : CKK.:
$ 95 the 10GU! H'lhOn( til.lay with a car to a'-ilst with Ira: nsl'or-, A deliw of /.soini' HUPP! In- and Mrs.. Anthonv H. my insur.incti pay for repainting -
Spnn? ; Reel $19. a lie, (mei place llnkli. behind tnllon nl lh" cI'lnntoB.1 an I IJucfjsc hes. of rain, Snncl.iv and Mnn- Whobipy Rhn' 'kr. a mil., Gene: I I the car to its or?

With 2 Spools Guhn.svlllo' IIl'Ui School In a T A Faun: flew his (' .v rovprc'I! murk of QrarlfoidCniintv I.ouel'y. Feb 25. lJ.'inal.: color ;
t 1'1-meet on the Unlve sllot, plnnp ,i-niMl'i\ \ : some of the with sheets( !! of water'nmnalii'Z Mr. and :Mil WI1IU t'stcrWnripn.
i graded roads! and StnrkP. n son Harol 1
Florida oval I Jnl'mb'I''lIh 1 13jmucl.
( him
or-I I stictdies Felj. :H7 Charley! E. JohmAgency
of lieavlhtniv.'llpfl
+ 4111 pntlln'r |
OtlS rolled 55 t F''
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We Carry A Complete Line Of up J points > I f.L lilt,I'! IPt [ lug), |ere! neon: I
tr S 301 under' -
ward
IIP I < Torna-ices', 43 and ;Malniind I bIf 11,1 t i v in'l HIP m'i's- .
qRi'I f ___ : tofor: n brief II''ervil10:1.; : Mr. nn'l I ;MI-K Civ Ox'cv' i iKim. I
wax. 1 third with 37. Toi- d 'lu !h> 'ch( / nl I hllY'> Fourteen day Ji. of 44.ri:! W.itpi: O'lk1!

FISHING TACKLE 11:1110: 410-vd( llni. lips D.ush hv: eventpn 1 CIi.II'-' .lit., HIP 1 15 lull-i III tlir illstilctVVPIP Ilpivl-v' |, inlnUll I Mondiiwnt \ TTIIP Jack' 'oiivlllc. 11111)011111"1 Ml: S. Walnut Ft. .

n M'piewnlPd" nl the T.ill.iiniftlii" nt, I he New Riv- the, birth of n fiRii-rhtef,. F.:11.: -
\ HI'Ilr';> ,( 52.BMl'e y i I' Tmtivl l PHONE 94M.02tl:!
'F hn'hl'l' : c MM' ,. lowiM- which had 200) bath: Anne on Frldnv. Feb: 25.
t : Run : 1- I tie I f"iuTrniP. \ 4M1 + :
11-13; 3 Larry lienV. .. I hu hrs. Highland tower IP- at St, Vlnrenf Hos-iltnl Mrs.!

ST,1RKR; ImlUIERS: II : 'is: .;:00 12:13: : 4 Corky Soto; q'

1HOYd. Low" Huidk'S 5-- "
& SI'MIKKNI'ASIIION' :
"Mrn (II I111tn i'J:: ::). i +'
fr y.'r x s l lr
i l : UOADKKTwopi ;
BKO- Yd H"lav'I: BUS 1 n ,
SUPPLIES, INC. 1411. i Shannon. Clillsonnvnci : 'tIRc.
1 Y y i
At l H.\.". IK-iol| Phone !JKH-lL'OI; I ./ BcwmlTh I .I
' : el'jUIlI"" i' .aid Run : 1 ,. }
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"WHY DIDN'T I -: .
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That Well-Dressed Look

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THINK OF THAT III'I I r

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f'4 't -r !r CO Y .
BEFORE? 6 6i. JeJII 4'
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Get Dividends On My i. Y ty r SUITSOF



Savings Instead Of ,

Paying Interest On tir4 n

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The Tiirniiilix-t (Uury. Al< KIK-. right it. In it drlut'' beat .at I

Installment Accounts! I tinlltiKli 'llt'ii i>r I UK- 'tan> mil.' run. in th- ii|,,-nlnK Inclt" itipilf f DACRON

.- Ihij-iir+ "lusl/ lililis, ill Mm lultrrsiU ..f I''I"rlol.with .

tlm-sUllx: high; nod") :Aliiliil.inil'. .tan ('la.. ... .\.\ s'hools.. .
AND
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, "It all seems so clear to me '

now Obviously it always '1'1 ,>IIV 1..1 M' .f IHI'. :'I i :.11 U inmi.>lM i.n( u nl l I"> Hi" P'ac / : ;
Mile\ Kim 1 Timv.. 'Law:< "". tip" meet, WORSTED
costs LESS in the end to buy ; R .I .i.- :3. ai.a l !II O.ny: M I gar 'flip Tot n.Kl'iP'vlll. liavrll T/ -r[ s ; ,
,:1144: I l > Uiiinfoul' / K,inorir'>w R fLel'- ". ...
c/ ,
for CASH in the beginning. / j Sl't1NO'! !ItNIlJftT :L ""n mm
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b60( Yd nun.: 1 -- Calvin noon I 11 Pi May to(
When you buy on time, all Val m'. 1 Hi; 6. Bninfoid. fake City and Live ** RAYON: CttPB: Trim, natural-Una
There.. were no wclght or Ouk ,
those carrying_ charges_ that i outfit. wi'h'. bonded O styling PLUS the
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ACETArt: linino.iploih .
the months or staypressedcharacteristic'!
over
pay
you
Take >..it,lull D I} GIn".g of cu .
years sure do add up to a Deputies UcputifHion! < nd! :M>rick( v f out leaf d..>gn with ..h.ti of.

lot more money. Training Course I A iour-111 enter in .I'm' Jiucnll.officers irulinim lui a n'.tt .bow mak.. "Iliit' a Dacron and line .

Wuikshii! lit t the Fljrld.t In- "utioih" for Spring. worsted! both'? are

"This 'buy now,. pay later' Tw i dipuM'1.' or Binrtford tltute fog, Lnw Enforcement: } Dainty piping around. yours for prideful
County Sheriff P D. Reldl: h'5 at St. Prter.sbui( Junior College collar and coifs adds
idea sounded pretty good to duilnif the wrck of :March \ wearing In our new
offlre hay ii'-ently completed !:! ; of
not$ tfyte to 'IM I
me at the time, but I can see idvan-Pd tirflnlPK" rouses at' I. 14. ......... ...... //1 J./ BARDSTOWN suits by
the F'orHa'! : f.iw Fntorcemr'nt Deputy Mvrirk an.J.uler)
now that it's much better to AcarJemv! 'Iri l'nhii": :,'[I It( Levy Norman will cnl.pi I Color, : Navy ...1'', Merit.[
This Is the beginning ac- j| trnln for a course In Jnlli
'SAVE to buy LAT with White "from
now Acmlnhtiatlon.; also at the fI'
"01 din;; to Sn-iuf Reddish.i+i \ \
ER.: oj an effort lo upqrrado! they: St Petersburg Junior College: Y \ \, $49.95
tiBlrilir- of his. deputies in during the week of April 4, Si/e, R.tH I'
Sheriff Reddish said that
modern method of coping
and REMEMBER It Docs Make a Difference v. 1th the national and local hl.s. office has Us! applicationIn : 1 '.. .).ryfo.. 11I r

increase in crime. for "qualified pel'. WHERE You Save! Chief Deputy Ashley E. attend an FBI Tialnln!
Brown Jr. completed a course School: Washington. D C. $15.00

and receive a certificate In j I later this year.Interact INC.I .
AHEAD General Law Enforcement'' .nl.nn.
DIVIDEND DAYS -
I NfltIIIIIIliI
Tinlnlna' at the Academy. Members Starke's FashionLeader
Chief Investigator!, Robert OO .
Attend ConventionIn
>-pn I u a'Hinted last Friday
alter c'mplcllnil: an Intensl- Tallahassee

and Loan AssociationOf f.ed ftOliompolice tinlntnctprovrnm m .fl''If'I '!' '
Q Savings fl sl"nfd, !! to Improve Nine- members of the 'local !,4 i Jua' .;;:t ."
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the effpptlvptiess. of Florld.i
interact Chub)! and their advts-' "" "' l :I'
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Of Starke 'law enforcement in the meal I 0". Cal Adams attended: Ih' ...-... 7' u nttiARd. J ti h'
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of rimes r'.plnst prop I"V ,i rt1: anp'tnl: Internet fonvcnlion > -i i.oN u ous.. I'f izas \
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218 North Temple Ave -: ""hun.9..0'00 f / Deputy Robert Myrlc wllli),, In Tallahassee! last Satin 1uMN( .,:\t-1.'7 ', ......"
attend the Academy duilnsth davfpmhprx ..
< ttPi-V of March 20 for n 1'! :\ ittendln," WI'I'i i .
kiuii: r In Cl i inn.ten' ,' hIH'.l1J Ii.ni.1\ f ennyl-r, ftuiuiuiVii!
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PAC1K SIX HKAIM,. Olil() ) i >H IN TV TiOI.K.i.ISAI'll: : .STAltK, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MARCH .. 1966


Meeting and Breakfast at the Missions. I II-IIIIT.: llff ,demiimli-d 'In the ,'nllll plal' at. that the undersigned. desiring a Pennsylvania corporation
I .lami-H- .r I'lirrlah.Plaintiff ,. In bimlnnsfi. under 7000 N.V.. 32nd Avenue
church. 2:30: p. m. Lorcna Epperson Thin nl>tli' hull 1 t be pulillnhil tf> engage
NEWS OF INTEREST Miami KloihU" 811147Aromivltn :
TO COLORED .
or PANTRY
9:45 School once each work fur tour he rii'tltlntiH nnniu
I'j : a. m. Sunday Circle meets at the home ofMrs. -v.- DIVOUCEIrptio ) Aronovlti A Haver-
I II ::00 n. in. Morning Worship Floyd Oreen. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUN fY I li. Ptirrli'li, ', riiimiu'iitlve.. u week .In t the. Brail- 11(11)11; In tin-'" i',itunty' of Bru.II ..!- fleldAtlurni'.vH'
rd 'IntfilUn I I", i"l'I"lel' .mid, tnr' R"
"The I ltvvitunt.l \ \ ford County Tletrrm 'Klxtrant
United Choir! I ..
sermon 3:30 Junior
: m. .
I p. >lll>l-it: !>!<' IM IIMC.TlfAMI .. \\Vltnfi| my hand 1 und the mini,' It I'lit| I iht i cii'rk of the I 111 ? city Nntliinul, Hank EM*.
States as a Mission Field. pl'actle--8unbellm* rrici' ': Tit i>.r."iMTn : > seal of said.. Court, ut Hiarku, (In' tilt (Court' \ of Bradford. <*iiim- J r, XVe't Klairler SI reel
I 8:00: p. m. Youth Choir 4:30: p. m. O. A. Meeting I UF.CICRATION( NEWS Rev. R. Wilson will be theguest tit FIRST ,\ to: FttOlt' FAIR STORES ';lC. 2 24' 41 I :3'11TIRES. !
'If.
A.li. I
Prpatlce., Primary Choir:! Practice, Beginner A teenage danco will be heldSrturd'ty minister\ conducting reViVal Ifrite, B. 1'nrrlnh' 7 lluy of I'Vliruiiry

CHURCH | 6:15: p. m. Training Union. ; Music Activity. night at the Reno services at New Bethel 291211, Coronflolvl Rt. Apt. 11 Clerk C7IARI-I2S of the::: Circuit A. UAilHV.Court ,

Sunda;) March 8 i 7:30: p. m. Evening Woishlp 7:30: p. m. Ethel BISK'S! Circle Recreation. Center starting at Baptist: Church March: 7 Now\ Oil t'ans. t,i iiiMlanu' of Bradford i County Klur-
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You a r hciM'iiy" ito I ifit'ti I that
7:30 a m. We Ida. I
sermon "lessons can and Brownies Circle meet 8 o'clock. Music by Miss A. A. through 11. \Everyone: wolcomo.
I I i it xiili hi iiilly| for" illvorrx' him !Uy Virginia' F. Pari.yDvputy
Learn from Simon Peter." at the church. Jackson and< her band< of CJaln- -Mrs. Maurice J. White 11.pOI.tpr. .'- 'lit-pn rlId uKulnat l ynu l toy 4 I'lorl- .
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Monday: March 7 Wednesday. March 9 esville. All teenagers are Invited .IA.MKS' : "I'. I'ARUISIl' :< 'In t lull (SI3AI.) o
..1..vII nato.,,1 'l.'tmrl' 1&1111] CHUB4'. ,
9:30: a. m. Brownlee Circle 6:00: p. m. Sunday School to( enjoy an evening of .., rciiKcnu: !F. SliawAtturnry
Ebcnezer Baptist Church and ynti ure ti rthy Hiimitionvcil -
In charge of Program! for Workers Meeting. I orili-rvil" !anti t'e.i|ii i red, In und fun.Tho Rev. E. I li. Robinson pastor: :< l<'li"ii'i'uiii''
Week of Prayer for Home 7:00: p. m. Prayer Meeting Reno Recreation basketball !II'!! y"rV'IU'n\ nnllw..rj K.'ltf 41 t 3/t:
.* Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship -j ii tlefMiiHi, tn tilt. oiimplulnt In
Missions. Ethel Biggs Circle in Charge team closed out its! season Services at 12 noon and mild, "'"u HIIn the offlfi* uf theiinUerHljffnfil NMTICK r\l>l''U-KM'TITIOI'M WE FINANCENYLON

Tuesday. March 8 of Program. with a 3-3 record and Manager i 3 p.m. Ordination services! Clerk of thu C,r- \.\M H: IOT'N I. \\V

9:30: a. m. Ida Darby Circle 8:00: p. m. Adult Choir Practice. Jnrkson i is pleased with : will be held for Bro. John cult ,''lIrt ut. StarltM. Klorldit, I / : l IS 1 IIKIIKHY: tllVKN:
tin or lo4ir thu Hill day of TUBELESS HERCULES ROCKET
In Char .- of Program for the cooperation shown by the Henry Hudson for Deacon and, !Krun-h A.D., 1 11100.\ anti tu nerve.

Week of Prayer for Home Thursday March 10 boys and, the public this reason. Sister Louise Hml.son 1 for Deaconess. ) n copy thereof, un Kin.?).>ni* Thompson Sheet Full Line TiresAT
4-Ply-First
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9:30: a. m. Lorena Epperson :Shaw.< Attorney fur "I
All ordained! Deacons
w hone uililn-HH' : 132 :-<"uth,1.
Circle In Charge of Program Plnns are in thn making for and Donconc.ssea from nil nnl I IHrl'I.I i tar I.... 1'Morlilu, Metal Workslr

HOUSEHOLDPESTS lor Week of Prayer for Home a teen club. All boys and, girls churches, are asked! to join, in or h..rorl1111. diit -. UM iiMiilnliy (| - Missions. interested.. in becoming members I the lnw or Kliirldu, unil BIG DISCOUNTS
this Order Your
great worship servlee.Evr.nlng ..
the Kliirlila lluli- i>f ( Ivll f'rcrdntc. -
F'I"I 7:00: p. m. Visitation. are asked, to contact Mr. Strawberry! I'an-t NOW!
Service 7 p.m. -- | I If ynu fall In. ,do,. n' u List! With Disc.
If D-.....'... Friday March 11 Jackson nt the Recreation Thelma Creen reporter and 'I ti lt.,rri'p, prn. fun r..so will I I i I"n., Phone 969-4021 or 964-8641 I
? U.t., .. 9:30: a. m. Helen Masters Centr.!, Road 13 East Starke Fla.
secretary. I i tired. iiKiiliiHt I you f ir i Hi" ri- 7.75xl4;) or 15 $32.39 $16.95:; f
If UNht t I and Lottie Moon Circles In Registration for the boys _
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Greater Allen AMR:
Y D''_" and girls! Softball ( Chapel I 8.25x14 33..16.19.95
Ce"" ... Charge of Week of Prayer forHome program Church. Sunday School 10 a. h __ _" _.__ ___. ______
Missions.W. will be held Monday. m. Love Foast 11 a.m. CommunIon Don't Miss This Opportunity 8:55x14: V 38.95 20.67<
A. Hogan. March 14, at the Recreation ,, .
pastor. -- ---- h --- -- -------- I
I Service 6 p.m. All .
Center. All Interested personsare members and frlen.la." are Invited LAST \LIl'SEI: > HOUSESWill 8.15x15;) 35.46 17.93 \
See "' ---- '
MADISON; STREET invited to register A fineprogrLtm "sTiTxTs :fR.9ju_ HTsT
; !)
is to attend all services. deliver to your lot In a 50-mile radius. Ide.al! small -
I. M. BAPTIST CUntCH being planned for
: I :Music! by the Senior Choir. homes.( Limited supply Just obtained from Univ. of Fla.
Plus! Tax and Tire On Your Car
you.The construction
900 W. Madison Street recreation schedule Is Prayer Meeting each Thurs Sound frame -

; Your day night at 7:30.: All officers ____ Whitewalls $2.00 Extra
I Sunday Worship Services: ns follows: 4:30:: to 6:30: Mo'J- 2 bedroom -- $1,995

Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. day through Thursday; 4:30to : and members are asked to at- 3 bedioum( SOLD OUT __ __ u_____- $2.295 Other Sizes: Available These Discount .Trice ,

Represent tend.I _________ ___ __
Phone I Morning Worship 11 I a. m. 6:30:: ) antI 8 to 11 on Friday 2-bedroom( Duplex $3.795 RACER SLICKS WIDE WHEElSWALKER'S
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Intermediates and Young : :3 I to 5 and 8 to 10 on 3-bedroom Duplex SOLI OUT ____._ S3.B95

Ask him how People's Choir Practice. 4:45p. : Saturday./ All teenagers are 'I III'I: ('11111'1' Kill I' OK UlLL. TICAUK Ole FINANCE. rllO.NK 37H-2151 OKUlillK

Inturonc policy 964-3965 II m. Youth Fellowship, 5:45.: Invited to attend all activities.IlI'R'II Till: KllillTII: : .11 SiltS S I. f114.fl : MIU-STATK E' OINf F.ICS. Inc.. MASONRY SHELL SERVICE
Plan protect IT IN AMIIOH
eon 4) H.OIIIIIA
K lt 'II.DINU j 3IOVritS: 1*. O. ItOX IIItH.01:' '
provld. family Training Union. 6:15.: WMU (' N"WSNcw : III MtKOMII 'UJ"'I" ( I \ STA.,

Income to your Prayer Circle. 7:15.: Evening Bethel Baptist, Rev. A. l\ ('II \'C'IoJI\: c. ,Mi': 'ioU" I n NtS"II.LE.; ...1.\. s iioi. I. 435 E. Madison Starke. Fla. Phone 964-8551

fund or help .. Florida I Worship, 7:30.Wednesday: I YMnunn( nfl..t".* I lpni i's.nnq4Unard ---
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dr.n to coll.le.I' \ II : Prayer and ;; : No. 2 will celebrate its
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Post Pral.se Service 7'30 p. m (anniversary: nt :3 t p m. Siimlay: u- ; :;' ,
ttie4.ze.zl
Offlce I Church Choir practice 8:30.: March: 15 The public. Is cordially ( ? ., :: \ ,
Control ._ .. .
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After 5 : Invited t to attend Mis -- '
p.m. Thursday. Sunbeams. Jun- l 'Y', rlI )
Box I 8 CHEMICAL! CO. |I,101' and Intermediate: OA's. (Jorrlne: :McNeil president.w. >> > I ..

Starke, I 3:30: p. m. Beginner Prll1uU'y.and [ J \.R 'U1J9. i.
; : CLA SI


U- !I Nursery all Junior agesRev.provided.Choirs. 4:30 Feldtr:A( p.n placetot' I. I c. T. u. QURt ,. .: .1 Ds: g Ji : : Ii


Rowan, pastor.Methodist. IP YOU\ IIK1VK: don't
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First In Starke
drink. 'ou might hurt Hume -
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one. 'M Morels ..r .less. one Iniertloiiinlniintini MeiiiurlaN.' Re'iolutiuiis. rig. IJh.playd.U In ('Iw..Jfted Section:

With Modern I Church IF. YOU WALK don't ( charge) ---..-- __ l.ttl) Per \\onl. --- .------____-_______ .03 $1.30 ....r Inch-flrst Insertion.

If nul Kilil In mlvaiue. '1.25
drink. You nrl:: ht get hurt. | --
.Sunday Church School.! .. I'ards of Thanhs: I'p to SO word..* $1.25: per Inch after first Insertion.
I
Banking . 9:45: a m. Morning Worship !! YOU/ TALK don'tdrink. Keyed, coiled or Mind edit

11 a.m. Youth Choir practice. YI/II. niiiiht be quoted. (iiiliiliiiiini, <'luirK<>) ______________ 1.3.1 ('illinium charge/ ) ----" .__---__ 2.00 .

and We've 4 Snack IF YOU ..11 1:11: K- you won't < \er 00( words, : l________
p.m. Supper fOI'IYF': ai..,.. ..,..1 ...., I'&uhi: additional word over 20.._. __ .05 pr >vur< .05
6:30.: Church wide Mission simm .fl.J..n.

KpUpWith Study 7 p.m. I SUnul' PressEvanston Insurance Problems? I HASTINGS MATTRESS OLD COINS- Ap MAIDS NEEDED: 1\'t\ hour

I :Monday: Cottnge Prayer I III. & UPHOLSTERY WORKJTio $ service free. See Man I work day $24 a week. Fringe
I I FREE Ii IiI
The Times i meeting nt home of Mrs. H. Il. I Call The Man Frt 1III Lemon St. PaUitk ,ZN i fDE ', Home's Restaurant ,, benefits. Including paid vacation

I Adams!' JO a.m. Circle 2 meets!' i Keystone"George Furniture Renalrerl, I ', Fla. Phone 782-9827. sick leave and group In.

Ever Since nt home of :Mrs. J. H. Fields, the Bradford Sheriff's Depart- & Keflnishc: I On Fishing.. Tiu-kle jl jlI 12tp 310 surance. Phone 989-3801. Ask
ment. E. LaRue Upholstered
I 3 p.m. Girl Spout Troop meetings I Largest/ Speckle Perth for Mrs. Shaller. tfchg
I in Fellowship Hull: Troop No: charges were filed In the Keystone Height I'' :MATTRESSES REBUILT: I Checked. n-t our Store ) .\ Tribute of Respect and I

You'll find modI I J collision which involved a New InnersprJnRS\ Honor" I BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
every B05: 3:15: : Troop 600.( 4:30: ; Consultant For All Your ; I InK ;March.<< Just Sign '
ern banking service, ;* Troop 607 5:30.: Commission 1963 Chevrolet driven: by Insurance Needs.Ilepresenting and Box SpringsDrop N'UITIK At- those who wish to pur :' BOOK before buying any

every ,uptodatebanking H on Education 7 p. m. 1Ih.11'11Club :Maurice! F. Strauss. 74. of 11* A Card or CallPALATKA i "IltERTN.H.fore I a "emorial of beauty other encyclopedia.. M. A.

\ Memphis. Tenn. and a 19(58( .. RA :.1-0(80 distinVtlon one that Payne your local representative ,
facility here. \ executive. committee Great American In Co. Y'oii (io FIshing' (
meeting 7:30.: Of Acini tiunrd I Ford Mustang driven by V\e Traveler! Ins.. Co. AFTER 6 P. :M. Keiclster Today! up" to the highest since 1956. Box 626.

meeting In sanctuary 8 p.m. Wayne C. HolllnKSWorth. 20. 'OJI 1 473-4692 Da) KIRS. PEGOT SIIALLER of quality may we Phone 964-3794. tfchg

of Starke. Pat Holllngsworth 473-4325 Nltea 209!) E.; Adklns( St. FOR SATE our services j
Tuesday Circle
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Though we've kept up with the times! when it JO a.m. at follows meetingsat : Mo. 1 22. a passenger la the Mus- Auto Fire Home Business! SVirk.. "..?,I Ready mix concrete Memorial Co. Myers Power ToolsArea

conies to services and equipment we have held nt home tang was shaken up in the Monthly( Payment "'1010 I block house piers sand, Headquarters! For
of :Mrs.[ L. A. Davis; !Seventh, St. Ailjwent<< To
of wreck according to A. FOR SALE Good businessand ment mortar mIx. rocs, .
steadfast to the old-fashioned virtues No. 4 at home ot11''t.: ErnpqtPat7. Deputy ----"" I .. !Cemetery Luke CityS2wks : Lawnmowers Power ToolsM'Cuhluwh
inStarke.
friendly warmth t courteous considerationand ; No.5 at home of Mt'9.Robert E. Brown Investigating offi COINS WANTED residential properties and unim- I eyiter shell "merock. !! !' 1 20'66 : Chain Saw.Puinipe *
Improved lintels.
neighborly! spirit of helpfulness. You'JIenjoy Green.Vcnleyan: Service cer.The I Inuy gravel & Water System.
SELL TRADE P. O.
ChE'vrolct'IIS traveling proved. H. V. Knlatht. ENOR. CO. Phone tt Stratton
/ Brlgg : Engine
Guild BOAT HOISTS -
banking here. :Mrs. Rb..rtOft.llln"meets: at, home 7:30: of north on SR-16 and: the Mustang 2'-hr.ppr.II..uI. Service foi Drawer P. City. tfdu StTltc_ to order. Machine work. I Rentals. Sale !Service
p. .
HOME: OWNED HOME:\ OPERATED m. Cottnge Prayer meeting nt : south. The Mustang hit your old ooln, free of charge.BELOTE'S / INSURANCE: j Motor. and Pump re- 230 N.E. 16th Ave.

home of Mrs. Krnest': P.itz, water covering the pavementIn 1)IIUISKeyMtile ( I AT REPtTCED; RATES j jAUTO. .- Brown's Repair Shop I| Oalneiivlll 376-3411

7:30.: the heavy downpour and HolglitsAUTO TV SERVICEBy FJUE BO.TDOYLE I' 1, Box 363, Starke [Kings-I tfchg.
The Community State BankOF the two vehicles! collided according Lake I tfchg
Wednesday Circle 3 meetsat to Deputy Brown. Due RADIATORS cleaned E. CONNER I ILNSUKANCE WANTED-Male age between

home of :Mrs. O. L. Haynas, to heavy rain ana the wet -repaired. New and used: radiators AGENCY SALE Ten acres on I 22-50. married to run established -

STARKEMEM Jr.; Circle 6 meets at home of pavement the point of contact boat trailer for sale at ] Road. D. L. Kite Ph. insurance debit in

:Mrs. Jack McComb; both I\t Strobo's Garage & Radiator Southern :Marine & TV 3 17 Starke. Good Write Box !
was not found. Damage to 6tp pay.
\ \ HER F. D. I. C.
10 a.m. Primary and Junior Shop. Corner( Orange St. and 930 Lake City. tfchg
each of the cars was estimated I I I '
I Choir practice 3:15.: Prayer at I, Edward's Rd. Ph. 964-5174. TV Technician MARY 1314 BlanchIng St.

:Meeting: 7:30.: approximately $700. t.r..h.---..--. ..... bedroom CB house with I .".'ur__ ".'........_..- ........_. ,u.m.__... #,,'__._._- I '

Thurs. :March 10 Pack .1, uavia oumer floor screened porch. plate Stock of Fishing. ''I
Committee in A CUoified in the TKLK-::1 I3.1t BlindIng St. utility and carport. Hot
meeting Fellowship
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I PAINTSComplete Tackle 'In the AreaCon-
Hall 7KO.::? Chancel. Choir CIKAFII brings/ results. I very nice three bedroom CB Fast Service and space heater. paved \etilent L.UonU, I

house with\ oak floois. corner: Work $400.00 down with bal
rehearsal 7:30.: Cottage Prayer .1 Guaranteed; Sold. Open. \\to Afternoon.See .
BUCI'S meeting it home of Rev. I ---r: lot and paved street. Monthly Reasonable Rates less than rent. A. J. ..
Line l' For All Your
and :Mrs. John Brabham 7:30.: payments $60.07. Reasonable I II Realtor Tel. 964-

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Prayer meeting ut home of 12Wides./ I Tel. 964-5701. ANDSUPPLIES SALE 7 rooms and FIRESTONE

:Mrs. Fo.Utr Shi Smith 10 I
a.m. ,
GROCERY & MARKET Wenleyan Hub- iHtl'i<'t Retreat KL'1.1' 4-l'LY TIRES; IMPROVED: Blueberries! : large lot. One mile out. I I INCOME TAX SERVICE -

Camp :Montgomery :ft p 111. ('ustomfade: 'I FIRST LINK: Woodard and Tifblue! vane For All Write Joe J. Fields I after 5 p. m. All day Sat.

Half Mile North of City Limits U.S. :201 I For Florida Llvlut ANI BATTKKIF.S: : ties 12" to 24" plants 05c each: 3 Box 314 Clendenln. W Charles Hutcheson phone

IiO.1 lR.iN !HAI'llsr. AT .0 S UI ('Ols'r! at farm. Hooted cuttings 25ceach. 2tp 33 I'' 909-3355$ New Blundlng Rd.
f1; !More I E. D. Lonnneckcr.! Melrose Hand and No. 230. 9tchn 47
('II l'iCII YOU I "'alk..r'lI Shell Station. 435 SALE8 nice loti for
F'orYourS E. Madison : Fla. Ph. 475-2093. 4tp :33 Tools 3,3'W
WEEKEND SPECIALS Sunday School' 10 a m. I ( St. 'l'tl Power or trailer. $1.20000 for i! FOR RENT-4 room unfurnIshed -

\Im'ningVur..>lhip. I 11 a. m. No Salaried or Commissioned I FOR SALE OH THADK: 'U5IlItl'I'IlIIUol1l 961-8201 8 or will sell separate. ,I house. 233 N. Bay St.
Phone
5 Lbs. Training Union 0:30: FOR RFNT-- Apartments an pin.Evening : Emplo'HSHAn& 1 J I heavy duty
7:30. ( sleeping Phone 064-) ) :333;) N. TempleTl.Nspoht'l'xr1o'4 Hampton! 4tp 3 17 ;
Worship : 'I'ayer pick up truck Oood 1 term"VllllU '
CASH Sell famous I
JIM DANDY GRITS 35c 4083( : | fn
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nil All ..AltSEN
:MeetingVfclnetUay. 7 '30
; \ l' Urucery.' H.unptuii( ) I TIME -Skating at Fun Knapp Shoes. Full or part I
p m. Hev. Killer K.: U LIKE TO WORK a 1'/ I I 1' '
lg- .I.AIHK.S I : I 4tp Roller Rink every Satur- time. High commissions plus
I't
Hlrom puatur.UK' money? Peasant! anJ 1'iofit-! and Sunday afternoon ,i bonus. Complete! line for men '
Keep party I I'
SHEPPARD
ROYAL DICES LBS. 59 YOU Benefit! GERMAN pup- your
: nblc \voik near your own home. hours: 3 to 7 p. m. 40c arid women. Equipment fur-
\i>roiii>-rNiovSINtiINU :' I Ins ready to ti cia J. W. Plym- (charter: a Greyhound bus. !'
work nrar\ yaur: own home this ad. Skates included. p nished free. Write to Wm. E.
I Rd. Rt 1 Box Lucy( Conway Greyhound ,
( ()NS K.VriON:: ( l.'ton. Crawford
Half d'allon; llackmrn! All Size! on Display Avon> offers this! opportunity: I 13: Lawtey 4tch 3 17 4051 or night 904-1044. 3tchg 3 10 Pierce 18 E. Steele. Orlando.

The Bradford-Union" Sing- 81012Vides:! Write Mrs.! Oui.1. Sweiit P. 0 Conway Flying Service ( WANTFD 5 days ] Fla. 32804. Itch jl

CANE SVHUP\ 49' Ing Convent.on will meet with 1 '/l Haths Box 510. Live Oak. Flu.: WANTEDLady: for heavY''I'I PURE Oil. COMPANY General house work in ,1

Hellbionn B.iptiat Chui.li un and Kxpaiulables: hOuHI'cI !al\1ng. Saturdays References required. I i FOR SALE-2 bedroom completed -
Sunday, March G, blurting nt WANT TO CONTACT' man in < I f Has two bay service frame house at Hamp-
u. S. 1'(0.( 1 10 Lbs. 969-3741 419 Center
$1 23 hour. Phone SMJ4-C335.(
for lease at Walnut and :\ St./
,
1 11 am. Dinner will be IICI'V.Int Stnrke who Invented toys / ton. $50 down. no qualifying. .

WHITE POTATOES 49cI the noon hI>li I', mid. everyone -* New and Used :some years B/t; (). Write: Dane evenliws. Itp i Ison Sis. Paid training Call Phil Black. Ph. 3592804.

I Interested in gospel ulng- Stal nes. LonJon Mills: III. able Call Travis Mathls. SALE Petunias Pan j 2tchff 3.10

lug Is invited to attend.\ s.Yr. financing availableUse 0154-1. 2tp 3,10, 'ha; STUDEBAKER 8: Good< wnvlll! 35 -1331 and other annuals: at re- ,

----- -. -- I condition clean R & II, new Shrubbery. I
This will be a lioniecuntlngService ( prices.
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FOREMOST MILK -- FOR SALF.-3 bedroom C. I PIGS FOR SALE7 weeks
i for the HellbronnBaptist Our Rental-Pur tires. A. T.. P, S. P. B. One; : rose bushes. geran-
FOR RES'T-4 rooms. bath i I house. Large family old. Phone 964-6692. Itch?
I Church and! nil friends chase Plan owner. See at Hanks Used: i In bloom. Phone 964-
-Payments closed garage :iou'ole! lot. :\
1-2 Gallon 53c furnishes apartment. Call 473-4235.1 I
Cars. Iltway\ 100 ph. Raiford Starke.
and former members urn cor- Under $.>0 Per Month B69-1185 tfchu 1 desirable location M. Road. and bath
B->st offer. Itch* FOR RENT-3 room
Gallon Jut; 99c tally invited. -- --- -- I|I Payne. 204 S. Glenn St. tfchg' furnished;; cottage Phone 964-

(Plu Deposit) f FOR SALE -- Duncan: Phyfej FOR SALE -- 3 bedroom ,,.I 964-2701 until 4 ::30 p. m. ,:' 2261. tfchj
HEILBKONN SPRINGS: couch down \)11101.)00' [ frame house at Lawtey. $75! j j'i 3794 after 5 and weekends. VEL TRAILER for sale
HOMECOMINGThe : : NOWFMobile ]I, I
trim. NePd-t upholsteilii) down no qualifying Call Phil < School bus travel
Curb girls,
; MEAT SPECIALS Hellbronn Spilngs Baptist Phone 9U4-79SI. 2t.cI1' 3 3 I Black Ph. 359-2804. 2tchB[ 3 10' FOR RENT? -.Modern just cabinets completed and! paneling all ma 'I dishwasher WAITRESSES.cook wanted. Apop1y

Church will 'hate Its\.: annual Home SitesAVAILABLE ,I ed one bedroom \' and sleep anywhere. It in person at Lee's DriveIn.

CHUCK STEAK LB. 49C' Homecoming on Sunday.:! Central. heating.! $45 per gas. battery and electric .
March 6, with dinner on the plus elect'.leal. Call I
Singer Automatic- Console Model hts. Recently Inspected.
grounds and singing in the
Full Lake PrivilegesHomestead to Rt. 1 Box 360 Aluminum SUNSCREEN:
Fla. Crade; AFRYERS afternoon Everyone is invlU'd FOR RENT 2 !
Exempt- SF.WISH1IIO: :' :: Zig /iits) blind stltchei. l.iittonholeH, 32091. Itp Eliminates up to 78 per cent
to attend. house. 381 Weldon St.
:; LB. 33c Financing of the sun's hot rays. yet furnishes
decorated.!
flecnrateH, etc. Original price $31)1)) Hits lialnncp, $(Hl4. or rpIliihle Blinds. space full exterior view In
er. gas stove and, hot SALE57 Chevrolet. 4
Rain Causes normal
direction! Affords
any
Fresh (;roundHAMBURGER I Lake{ Geneva ,party In tills area can assure. $'i weekly l pujniontMLL *. heater furnished: one sedan low mileage white Insect protection & ventilation -
from school. Phone tires. Price reasonable.
LB. 49c< SR-16 CollisionTwo \ T.XKK OLDKIt MACIIINR:' IV TICADR. I'hone JitckwonMlle or 964-1962. 964-1021 or 969-1471. Saves on cooling bill
Trailer SalesOn I 2tp 310 protects drapes Sc carpet

cars collided headonIn COLLECT: S33-l)48.! Ask for Credit I.mufer.| Will CUS'I'O'IIADE I against sun-fading I OUre-

1 Lb. SlicedBREAKFAST heavy rain on SR-18 Route 1U<), One Mile SE reducing. maintenance free!
a Keystone. HelphU. deliver' no oMigutlnn.. IES. Furnish!! samples! BEDROOM house on Neutral gray or pastel green-
BACON 69 Monday afternon with only a measurements and Lake for rent year I fits all window screens alum
Open Sun. & Evenings:
to of six..
:. slight! injury one Phone 964-8171 Mrs. Inquire at Sam Rosen or wood frames. Call 376-8888 J

persona Involved. according to 1 I Cheshire. atchz; '. Store. Call St. tfchg I OAINESVILE AWNING CO.

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new proposal for location of Brad- comparative recent con ruction; and

ford County's courthouse in close prox- although not adequate in size there
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imity to the present courthouse'! was is plenty of room for expansion in its! tlt't
Safe
presented to the County Commission: present location, according to Sheriff Deposit Box protectionThere's

Tuesday and was assured! of consideration lleddish. One argument for a five

us one of the three sites sched- acre site has:'! been that it would provide 1 ; nothing like, the peace of m'ind of knowing your most precious )'

possessions are safe and secure. In a Safe Deposit Box import,!]
uled for! test borings. The new site space: for a possible future futility ]

will be substituted: for the so-called for! a new county jail and sheriff's! .... ,,ant papers and valuables are completely protected from fire.. ,_theft]

"playground site" which had met stiff headquarters. If the new (courthouseis ( 'fII",\"'.!.". '' :.:.:....j..." .... .. ,. .......;j.I' [or-'loss. And it costs so little, just pennies a day.; -

opposition from those who did not i located close!' to t the present( ,jail:

want to see the recreation department however( Sheriff Reddish sees no need) Cultural Commentary On vacation and business trips carry

disrupted! in its present operation. for this provision. In fact, he has expressed I AMERICAN '"
EXPRESS +
preference for the jail to be : i 1; .

The new site, as proposed, would at least a block or two removed from I t I1.1,". t'h..' It" I 1I."v It.I IHiV ," ,,' TRAVELERS :H
start with an approach from U.S. 301, Farmer's V.\\" N I |'L\\'I'I| | :IM: I III II CHEQUES _, ,, : ''''''- ,
including the present office buildings the courthouse I Diary II'--I t Mllfllxoli' XI I, VIill" Rid| 11. | ,.Iffiiu

of Thomas & Pierce (center, above) 7. The newly proposed site would Uy Sam :Mcflarvcy IIiilxrtH\1..! ,,. ,<> W |j"i 1 II..lu:."',,,.n,'.I''s',""int.mil., I j x.in.Iti'.ulliiili : .\ ,"jPrompi'refund! if!QsI or l..n...Spdilble, e'1ery,w!!ere. Cosl-onfya! ( penny! .a dolarjFLORIDA

and Lex Green ,"- ,,-. PIli. .,.L! "un,'ii
(upper right), extend- require little preparation (other than .
haze of ptnklsh-red' Also very I D.ilifl, I HUH. sth ,1.11'| ,.r "lviiriinr I
ing westward and spreading out in removal of buildings) to make it ready I' pretty now are the maples ,\ A. IIi': ,:,. ,01,i si" ,nA.. /I'.i 1,1fiinl ,.
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the Alvarez block to encompass approximately for construction, since it is about as i'iinl>', l-'li.i, 1,1.1".
and other trees that ar? coming / :! Hi Ii ::1 I II
3.8 acres. high\ as any in the city. This! is in cut In deep )red colors.
IN I 01 \1'n, .11 IM.II-X: ,'tli II'I'
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marked contrast with the Crosby site ixM.UP foil nil MII' IHIIin I I
Although the possibilities:'!:'! :'! of this I
which would involve serious engineering We've just! about quit worrying < \T\i 1'1.0110-s, ,
site have not been fully explored, at about) where the new IMilili.:/ ., ..: TIMiMI'K. I s-i, .1"-,1| ., ,|
problems including the likely removal NOIMI oiriiiM, i'iiiiio\:' ,
:
first glance it would seem tn< > present "
courthouse will!! be located, asa
of run' i F1\11. 111.5'15" MK.I,': -'Y.i'
large areas of muck and )
the re ; : i BAN/ KAT t STAJIKEOne 1 ,
many advantages over two other much more prpsslnu! problem or" 01lalv.'IIi' i 'UII.'
sites at present under considerationthe filling. Test borings have not yet ito \us I Is our driveway ;Xoll; ., ,, f 'IH li.Ti'l.v'. I gII.O. 11,1, _...f
been made I llllXi fll.'" 'IIIV. flllll "I."nu.
so it is not known to what n'
so-called Ardell Crosby site, and We've had nothing: but ruin .IH ..?.I.IIllirtl'1,11. ,' '\ nt ll<"i* ,."'" ,
the American Legion extent muck exists in this! location, lately and the' ruts in the ,"I, 'I'dII: ,,. Th'MMpK' Ilil. ,ill-\" .. 5. IiI of 31 Bunk of the Florida National Group
property. Among With some help from the .
but the of is obvious. delve (ire now <1e that I hat' I hllfII.,1' 'i\i\\. l VrI< I in'.,"..nInr .
these advantages are : presence some ( weutlieiman the strawberry\ SO p .fllHIl,IhlllliII, 1,11,1, ,I'M'., I i"I
should.l come In right on I I the poor old Puddle' JumperIs ,d-.111,1x", ,nod. that ,f'i', > \1/1101, h, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
1. It is as close to the location of 8. From an esthetic (eye-pleasing) crop haviuu/ watery time 'I I'0.I ..., I alit I 'IiI|,|>l\ ,I"., 'iliM .
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schedule ACcoictlnr to Leaton
standpoint, the newly proposed site : I. n".11,1,1., ,, 'I'h, i I.s,. A n'u i ,, _
the present courthouse! as would be Morgan( Jr... one of the loading/
can hardly be matched.) The setback u_ __ U10'owel'S A'rnt Ih"n'n fi.n.. ..,_'un
possible to obtain being virtually 01 me area ne saw, i '- :
from 301 could be tried j; I
"just across the street" (U. S. 301)) landscaped and '"My plants: look good and If to icpalr It ourselves I

This would comply with a mandate made into a miniature park that would we get the rUht( kiivj ofweather. but now conclude that It Is n

provide an attractive vista ]leading to I should.I start pick- major lob and like everybod'else
from citizens
attending the original the courthouse, and visible from the ing ill volume by about March w'Q think we'll apply] formatchttlg growth through cServiceLiberty
courthouse site
meeting, 'where the :) funds' (
highway. It would also give Jefferson 15 and hit the market tight:' corn the fed-
vote was virtually unanimous! to keep eral government and have our

the courthouse as close to the exist- Street a mall-like effect, leading Morgan's\ main worry now driveway added! to the primary
from the post office to the courthouse.The road
trinity list.
ing business district as possible. though. Is that: we've had so
view, looking west from Jefferson much lain that his fields ore

2. It would provide visibility from street, would be most plea \ring. bogged; down and that :some iI'liM/; CIMI'iir. <>inr" .in.

U.S. 301, which some members of the The new courthouse would provide a loss!I of fertilizer has occurred "mi,: 1:11.11: ; 1 11 .11 ni< i ti. National Life Insurance Company nnd its wholly owned

Commission feel is a-n! important fac- focal point for the central city. About the wet cnn-lirion of 11111'1(111'dill I 1 I'I' ini i' i,OIIHH, .i-i subsidiary Service Insurance Company of Alabama, have just

tor. It has been argued that if the 9. Location of the courthouse on the his fields ho said "If the lain <'orvrt. 1\i 1111'1'; ,
keeps wp'll bP J'l'owlnlf' 1' 1'I'!: >.". I i.:1-111111 completed one of their most successful years.
county is to spend a million dollars: :'! newly proposed site would tend to up- up. I II! H I IIMK nirI, |"|IN'111,
web feet' My toes are, startlnii/ This success was made possible in large part through the combinedefforts
for old his .
a courthouse it would be nice to grade an area that is in need of re- tiff"
to( stick( together nlrrady !loin 'I..ml,. |M',"(i.i,I?, n,,. of our field force and home office personnel-now moro
have it located
where it could he !seen juvenation. It would provide in ef- all the rain we'v: had." rIN' 11,11,I iris,

by thousands of motorists who travel fect, a considerable "urban renewal" 'm's.I'Imrr than 4,000 strong.
/Mlwiiili,, '''i"liiitu and.
301 daily. project-one that we can take pridein Don Champion former -Inn"IHIII-' bri"'Ii., | i Licensed in 20 states and the District of Columbia, Liberty

for having done ourselves! without Bradford County farm finest- I''''fi'iiilii nl'H National has 132 conveniently located offices in Alabama, Georgia
3. It would keep the courthouse!' in \1)14'' lm; oM HI. i rTo
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Federal funds or assistance.:'! (I', who resinned/ to serve Mmbnrland Chiirl' 'n<> lrlvllli"1 .. Florida Mississippi Tennessee, Oklahoma and California. .
close
proximity, not only to Call Street .
,
.
owners as n ioniultnnt. ii'i-lili'ii IH ii-ni' >riil 1"11." !
but also to institutions that courthouse 10. The site would be easily accessible gave'( \ the followlns; opinion <''ry i I/'..11. ""111. We are mindful of the confidence placed in us by our policyowners k't''
V.I.HlMltl.l4.VI4,, < '; : "IMIIVKTiin : "- and their beneficiaries and continued to
personnel have dealings with daily, including from Call Street and from on the tax assessment of h. ,1-l.v noiiri I <<
the post office, city hall, and Center Street so that traffic would \oi>1l!'nd : "As land Bradford ', to rnrt'rlftHA a <'ikrliilnMMIIUHU" efficient, honest and reliable service.
.
all local banking institutions. not have to enter or leave directly from rounty timberland l I is un- t I Ibril 1 : i rurly".n th,' rnlliiwltiii Mil""t",, rliHI "'In>:,

U. S. 301, unless desired. nubtMly! wnith the $79 an III'aM..r. 4. Assessed!' value of properties in acre value put on It by the wll: I

the area is! less! than 83000. Although We commend the Commission for lax assessor but when It I Is omntcnrlnHT..,.H. ,,,.h ,.f the, nt I.IMVIOV the luiciK mi"

they could probably not be bought for keeping an open mind on selection of considered on what It will MliMlKlnirir" limiil. and l l.n'r SUMMARY OF 1965 RESULTS
piodure in the way of pulpwood l< V and,. I MUlllllllll. 'Itllllil, llllflrnniiinir ..
thi fiirure it would that the a courthouse:; site and
npnear receiving new ", Mimt:, ,iilonir' Hi, .. t
cost of this site would be within the proposals!' for consideration oj other pi">du"ts./ $45!\ .Viirtli:; xliUnf" Ijivvlfy nodal ,
as theyare
in acre I Is th- top; value' which ldgl' MM,,,I'g II..iul. '.' :11 I ,li'i.,.., 1965 1964
amount the Commission has figuredit made. Although everyone is eager : "in be placer! a-nlnst. it": !... H ji'ilut' nf. lifirlnn'iiulliin '' :
:
could spend for this purpose. to see the new courthouse erectedas I ll.l' ,'XI'll" ,inn' x11ld N.ii'ih.." I I.IVM..V.lull 'II.M.I'01 II'IIINII. '. Increase In Insurance in Force.: $ 299,160,341*" $ 292,528,403

soon as possible-we have waited Incidentally wp learned that ..,n'I, I II'! ,,mlJllll, I Pi., II I IIII
5. The area suggested totals!! 3.8 so many years already that I nv I I'I'IXI: llllfl, I,,,rill,
little
a prlre of risen to
i pnlpwoorl( has
which i is! close enough to the l\llll sill id I I.xaland' .Mi,,1 I 3,079,056,100
acres End
Insurance in Force Year's 3,480,842,041
time at
more will not matter-especially! sio a unit an-1 fiat' l>ners lllflMlltf., II,.,11,1, ''Ml/ fret|. 'Ill I II'
suggested maximum (five acres) to if it means the selection of the best' are on ti3! :lookout for word to "" '"" 1'1"1'' / imrnlli'l. will, >.I, '
make it l.uvilfV" mill 1 'IIi''!:hlll,1, /linn, ,
acceptable from this:'! .stand possible! site. point. been' round $''t .n unit so yoU sold I,I l 1.M't.'s', mill ;Vliililli,. !, ,liif,," Increase in 45,898,953, 39,867,36Total
The location( of the new courthouse can S"P the sharp! immense IC'i.ifl.,', l' lli',"',I'",. VV'-Nf along, .. Hi,, r 1 Mw
.
Nnrth Hiilf'" .r "ii..hI I I l.iut'inn
6. It would be within "easy working is of utmost importance and every precaution that the dcmanJ: has brauxhtin. : ; ..1) \"I.Io.III1"l'" |,| | | ll'iinl, 'in' M1, '

!:! distance" of the present county should be taken to see that I til, "," Illlllll' lit hr?file btu' Assets at Year's End . 536,668,491, 490,769,538 I( ,
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and f niiiiiiiiiir' firii.llI,1f) 111, I n (
jail and has!! met with the approvalof the greatest. possible: benefit, is i derived ,n..Ir'a', .,, I If HH 0I.I... ili-Hirlli't, "'
Sheriff P. D. Reddish from this from this Sale of exhibit spare: nt I IIP "111 III", l I. H Mil: Hi I"IU'1 If? i
The funds. expenditure of public\ ( "bid: )liiMclfoKl" County f'nh'and 1"I.ralx', IIH ""'!1'1"1''| .tll'l 1.11'|.I Total Capital and Surplus. . 61,854,172 56,090,756 jj
standpoint. is ofF .
jail .
present ,
Festival t Iftl. iii| 'n ili.I |> ,,1,11.. it. ,,1,1, y
Strawberry<: iMirch I .
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ut lirmlroril: C"imt>, P'li.r d-I -
F: 'to through/ April! 21 Is wing; / .him. l I.f.>ri flf| .fl HiriilM-ii.' van an.. ,
v ttv,,.y.yy..y..Y9.. good, nrcordlnu to Pftp No- KI.MKII: ': lli| |<1l\-/;\ / OTII.M, unityiiii *xiluiling" tl02fi25fiOQ: reullngJrom participation i in
IYY week In Memphis. Tenn. visiting R.irtow spent the weekend ink actin munrtupi- of the err lifii-liy. r,'"h',1' ,in M.. -i \, $tni'ClIIICI" Crvup Lift Jnturamv l'ru rtm.
his father Carl Brown, with Mr and :Mrs Bnlelgh" H ri i 1'v if ViMir, miH\\r ffi'" pit' ill"
who is very ill. Branncn fair: Fiiithi'i- h"" said Ihnt the IIIK t" I Ihr'' ff'iniliilril' | un tli'pininiirrx "
at Bedford
HAMPTONBy Luke'
fair offirl'ds: mo attPiiiijtiii"! ,, iiiifi" "'ni'v., 'rh.-r..u, vViiwn
Mrs.!! W. O. Carter of Oas ind :Mrs.. T. F. Brown. .'r I ISS H'niili.' WiiliniSIMHI. ?,,,,.,'
tonic N. C. Is visiting; her :\rrl to up7i-aii the 'i ulity 'if err HiinUf,, 'Kl'irliln. .I.l.'ii'Mmill '!
Mr. ;Mary William Ruth Dvnl and :Mrs \Wbits. to nuk- HIP ,, ,
,
: pvent moreInterPstliiK
brother and eister-In-law, Mr rill Hi" nrlRliinl' IIu'r"dI I
LOCAL( ( Itl'I'RI'si1N'r.1'i'ivIs11'.11.1'1lt ': : : ::
Virginia! Ronrk and ... .
son and rducallonil.: I u ,1'1'1"<' nt UN, i'i ii< 1,1 ti,
.t VVVVYVtt1VVVVYVYY and Mrs. K. Watterxon. the weekend' In '!/ m'I r<',iilt, C'mirl. f>r Iliiiflf.. !
They were guests of :Mr. and "ppnl\\ Fl'tritiu ,
I SOFT! BALL On. with :Mrs Ronrk'i -"tinty( nn fir brfur.
:Mrs Wllhert Hall In Santa Spring !is here but she I= i hiI'.th I I slimy' t>f llIrc, h. 1 Hum, I II'll
All who are interested In Fe law and daughter. :Mr. sniffling ant if she Is .s-nart I full,, / f.. flu ...., Jii'liT'iifnl' ,Iflf I-, : II. JOHNS( IMNDALL) 1 DAVISJKSSK
Saturday
soft ball playing or helping | :MM. .ffllllt Will' I Iff* 'tlklll! llVllltll',
please meet at the Mall Mr and :Mm. C. A. Cox Jr Tommy Harvey. I is we think !she Is.the ten-Jet Mm, for ,Ili.. rfllfi t .flfiniiiifliifl. ,, "ii Sr' ''as& *
March 8, at 7:30.: City spent several days in :Miami :Mrs Jessie Durbln and Raymond voting miss 1'1 I wealing: woolen i.(.lift. i .,,inilfiinl.Till" : : I J.. IIAUWKLL.: JK. ICOIIKKT: S. IIIJ.NDKVCIIAKLIS g B3S5SSl_ '-
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nhit-cha-ralllts. n"i,1 Ii Nliiill l I. pnl.llBh'
Mr. and Mm. Kenneth i j !last week with relatives and of Liwtey: were' visiting flic had ,,ni, f* fiM'ti' Wfil for f'Htr' mi 1
Brown and I 'riends.. .' reJ.itlvea' in Hampton last better be. for although are V,., "niivf' >,','.klO In 'ihf rtiiiiir,"!,
children Kathy and 1' 'I not havln-j any fie'ves, the c'y, Trh'grnph. .. : I... xii'riuii: : { KONAI.D i 1). MATIIIS
Donnie :
Mae Brannen Monday.
spent a few days fort :Miss Jessie of '
1.\/11.1',4/ / A. \ltI1\
weather\ / still below avcace' ,;:
I '"1",ik nf the 1'Irruili'nllrt ,
temperatures for this time o' rtpinlffinlni./ ..,,,,
COUNTY TELEGRAPH I venr and cold bilK areoIpt/ THE BRADFORD
tins In some : lifiiliiii. M. M'nuli
very. .nastylork |)fMHV| I'll. ....1
1879
ESTABLISHED
(rrin'MTT( "",('II'r sl.t: l.)
I Our doifwoods are comlnnout. ...h. ran A, Vnf.. n. .'.IrU'J .
K. L. MATTHEWEDt70R' AND ,PUBLKHKI, and it Is interesting! to I "R"ntI" Wnllilil, Kll, "ftxt.irki
,, ,, ,
I *, l ll"nlilii. l'u'ili'firnv I
watch the leaves nnd the | fur I'lnlnilffn'
FLORIDA1 OLDIir WCIKkV NIWCPAPIM PUDLIIHID CON. I blossoms buds form We knew fat 4t :3/11))

TINUOUM.V UNDER THI SAMI MASYHSAOiUSLIUM. I last fall that they wouH
II xi'rut: itiIN "I\TIIIN: / nn ..
I bloom as the blossom buds: (/:<.!""11i: < KK--II 1101 .* '", LIBERTY NATIONAL
&.. a.ACH THURSDAY AND CNTIMKD As SECOND CLA. MATTE AT THE : 101 med then and stayed dor- Nat., .. I in 11"1 rho 1 Kit" "ti lint./

,Posy, OFFICE AT STARK FLA. UNDER ACT Or MARCH .. I.T.. mant all winter. t N. nn'lp.f'irn' ,,fl. iinflfr thf I'inilMlnnri LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY'
\'' Af r'hflplfl, 34'' ''.1 1 'l.avvi.

tN THE TRADE AREA ON!) YEAR 3.50: SIX MONTHS I of Florlrln" A, t t. ". t I I"ill. \\ IIifirHtf'i
$2.OC But the prettiest ulrh (th, flf-il" Ii .,f tin. tlNCLUDINS SERVICE INSURANCE COMPANY OF ALABAMA
OirrSIDB TRADII AREA. ONJI TfiAA ",00 MIX MONTHS 12.30 of spring we harblnsrel'I, I <',n'tilt'p.' t 'in ..ml f..r lindffirrt ,, A WHOLLY-OWNao; SUBSIDIARY
('''unl)'. KhTifli.' IIIKH'.
redbud which comes out in a proof of puMi'i" .iii"".. <"r tliiH iifi" -






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,Y YY.YYYYYYYY.YYYYYY be remembered an Carolyn join the church Sundiiy night. vlllc visited Alton :Mu.sley: In .>.f tho :ManIla Agnes Jones AxtoH, of Harvey III. and pres- was won by :Mrs. Marie' Davis. i "I-M: ,t n I ill H. I IMIililc. ii... .'at.u-.l.! N rhi to by the cltiliniinl, hlo u5lit mIlls ,-
Norman of Clay Hill. :MlHH Charlotte Moody of I'cn- u Lake City I 'ri>!by not I ri.i HIM, rniiilr.| il lu a(Lull'','..", i>r I it I will I I I btcom)
hoHpltid SIturdiy.Herbert < Elementary School" and the pntly stationed at Cecil Field.vl..ltl Would you believe this, : Ajourney ilriimndHwhlih void Hci-ordlnic, I I In luw.lOttirciic .
lie -luliiin i"I'
CLAY HILL Mr. und :Mrs. Clifton DI'ownCtu.ter ni'y Fnrmg cnmo In by letter! Padgett Wits takento Buldwln, Jr.Sr. High School I d over tho weekend with of a thousand miles .-any they iniiy hut\'i' unaliiwl : K. HhnwIliiliollp
of Clay Hill announce from Blnck] Creek Baptist. tho Medical Center In Was county the marshal Henry his minis, Mrs. Dorothy Miller begins wIth one step. I M.tlil... .."1..1" In tinMt." 1< .' .r t'lie : I"th.! .1",', AilinhilNlrillnr I I I I
the birth of n son, Travis Lee. Church and Herbert. Padjfet, Gainesville Mondny for observation :Mcl/.cr of .Jlt<'kllonvllh'. ;Mr. I and Mrs. J. Marlin Cole- I '.Miniv! JU,<|,K<- "r llni" irm.iiniy ,,- ,, i.iihbiu'! iS.-.paau.ul.
By Mrs. Howard Padgett February 23 In St. 1 Luke's* Hospital joined. The naptlmn will be and treatment.Mr. Melzer gave it visual display of man. I' t'mum' ,* ul, Florida siurkf. I In l-'lm-liln.Hitcourt. ... wllh-- : 2/17 4t :dIG/
in Jacksonville.! Theyoung announced later.. We were nlno and Mrs. ix TIIK ('01 vrv" Jii 1)111:5ills : ,. IIPilute
trim I
\ Hardy Padgett how to prevent (Ires in 'tile Friday night/ visitors of Mr. .' In Mix iiilcniliir iiiinilliM
Phone 289.4132AAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAA \ man weighed I 9 lb. 1 oz. Kind( to have :Mrs. Huby :Ho\ were dinner guests of Mrs. home und how to put them and Mrs. BuforcJ Hlgginboth- IIT i-orvrt.IV M)1"I.fOlIIIJ.\''tC IIIC.UII"uun :\- nr tlif flint iiulilli. ,uiliiii, ii.or' THE RIGHT POINT for the

at birth.} Congratulations! Icy and children with us Sunday Irene Padgett S IImIIlY.(1' mt once they have fltal.tell.The am were Mrs. Hassle Adams I'll Oil ATM.Kwtaln :. thIs'"ltll.1!nu.It-niuHt. ,lit UHlll I" wrllliiHT iiist .I'l-' ,"U'liitlRt way you writ. Com la and

I>ITHKverett: ; niRht. Come again. :\ and Mrs. Howard Padgott next meeting will behold and Mrs. Ruth Plntz and ton : of: I K.l\vn.l:,I X. UIII.I.'.I stall, Ih,' |.ilm "t I n."Iilunct ,- select your favorite KSTKB-:
>HHtd.NDTICK
NKU: ARRIVALS Manning 51, of Clay l'tU.UU; : i and Dnrrell visited :Mrs at the :Manila Agnes Eddy of Doctor's Inlet. < rct; / TO 1 (rUICDITort.SAll : I ", saul 'inmt urn, .. mlilrcM
v' I ind Mrs. Leslie (Buck) Hill, passed away Thursday We are sorry to learn that Velma Padgett/ and son Friday Junes Ele.mentnry School Mrs. Bobby Padgett enter- rroilii"CM' .' or t tin. I-MIHI'. of. <- ,'lulinunt anti "KIIIHI !I... i>*"lt' I .

"." linen of Maxvllle imii -j I night/ at his home after a long little Nancy Carter and :Mar in Stnrke. Thursd.iy night. :March 17 at tu med her son Jim Saturday ..,. .
the birth of a son 1 1W Ion Austin out of Hchnol :Mrs. : and ColeaChcsser --- ------ ---= ---4==
,,1\Inellll\ He had lived in Clay I aru AII..nlolIl..y 8 p.m. All meetings! !'! for the! afternoon with a birthday ---
i KH\ in. February 13 In ,j I County all his life. Ho Is sur- with chicken pox. Also\' the. of ;Middleburg visited remainder of this. school term party for him and several of'

B> d ''ount.v Hospital In''' vlvpd by) his widow.Ir: !'!. IClsle': children of :Mr. IInd Mrs. J. I 1), their sister Mrs. Hiram Pad will be held I at the elementary.. his little friends. Party refreshments '

Si The young gentleman I I :Manning{, four daughters/: ; Wilklnwm.MIH.I gett Thursday school since the Baldwin High, were served, and JACKSONVILLE[ BUSINESS E DIRECTORY

A ned 1 6 Ib. 11""Vfc oz. at i! :Mrs. Mildred, Bell and JuanltnDurch. : :Mattie Curler and :Mr :Mrs. Howard PII"g..ttII'I.: [School, Gymnasium Is undergoing the small try enjoyed-< gumea.
nt Jacksonville HubyHatcher nnd :Mrs. Allen Cm-tor and Hiram. Padgett And Mrs' some renovation.I :Mr. And Mrs. Randolph Crosby i

1 1I'sVellhau"en[ will of :Middleburg, and f.imily of Jackminvlllo wen Geneva Padgett of Clay Hill Thirty-two'' teenagers of I the I spent :Monday night and ANTIQUES HEARINC AID OPTICIAN

Katherinc Barbara" G"anIan: dinner guests of :Mr.Jlra. un,1 were in Green Cove Springs social; studies classes left, [ I lie1 Tuesday at Loc.-hloo.ia Lake. i

ning of Clay; 1 Hill! : two $.sons : Klmer: Curti&r, Sunday.: Friday on business. Jacksonville.() train station list.. I Rev. and Mrs.,, Jack Waters ANTIitlES J ) For Best In Hearing S..eSONOTONE- Bennett-Daly

FTSJGPSSERITTS Harold :Manning and Hobby Supperuestlt/ of ;Mrs. Irene Tuesday afternoon for live and family of Baldwin visited Sold

Manning of Clay 11111; three Padgett TiicMdiiy night were! .Y.YYYYY.Y YY Y.YYY.YYBavless fun filled days At the Nations I here Saturday nIght with Mrs." j nought -China AppraisedFurniture Glass Opticians, Inc.

brothers Cl.iUHin, und, Jesse. Cupitnl Washington D. C. Dorothy Waters., j OF JACKSO.NVILLK: '
:Mr. und1I's.: Kdwln l0gett(! I Silver- Brass Oil Paintings I Lenses )Duplicated Accuratelyand
:MH lining of Clay Hill. Calvin of Lawtey nnd :Mr. und ;MmQuoi'KC. Hiway The group along with I heir The Young :Married Ladies. Promptly

:Manning Middleburg: {: Hire Grlflls and family of chaperones. Mrs. Grade' Hall 'Class!'! of the :Maxville BaptistChurch One llere or u Ilinise l-'ull "The Strongest and Smallest Only hut Fliirttt. In Qiutllty
I sisters. Kathleen Johns of Long Branch.Mr. dean of girls and Don Mc- Sunday School enjoyed Hearing/ Aid I in the World"Only mid, PrnHcrl'-tiiin, Sirvirn2H
Daytona Dorothy Taylor of By Mrs. O. E. Crosby Cleod. Social Studies leacher.. I Ina Ward '
I : and :Mrs. Joe I'mlKc't, a delicious spaghetti sup Antiques Co. Hoarlng Aid Mwle \\e.st Piival St.
I Jacksonville. and Venniu Carter of Jucksonvlllo and f.tmily) ......AAA.4..4..4Rev. left the station by the Tldevnter per Saturday night nl the ..Tacksonvllli, :3.1.1-1: <.1.:\
I of Clay ]Hill I and 8 grand visited his. HerburPadgett \ and returned Sund.iy. I home of Mr. and :Mrs. Buddy 3572 St. Johns. Ave. 2'jVrst MftirUaiJacksonville
f.ithcr
children.funeral I I Peavy has accepted the morning nt 8:20: a.m. by the Browning.IVVVVVVVVVVVVVVTV'VVTTV. 353-1403
I'ET: SIIOI,
Sunday. I Jacksonville :387-137B
pastorate of Bayles Hlwuj
""1"11were held, Seaboard Simla nd.
MI-H. Frank CUI.ter11'8.: Church. He and his family Call( C..II'f.tAuto ,
I I
in Clay Hill Baptist Church While there the group vlsHed THE
llowiird Pailge.tt nnd :Mrs. will into the HOBBY SHOP)(
.it 2 p.lII.onda.v: under the move pastorlum many different places of
direction, \ \Ventberry Grlflts Geneva Padgett visited MI"If. this!'! week. We want to wel- Interest. Among them were Sales & Service Kongo Pet Shop

III I I Funeral Home in Orange Walter' Kent and family In come them to the community. the Washington National. Cathedral BROOKER FIELDSHOBBY r..11.. l\.I\It _LI_.

YOURTIMF-rO, I'ui-k., Intermnnt was. In Long Jacksonville )(on LI..y.. Mr." And Mrs.. Harry Faulkner Embassy Row. U. S. I WESTSIDEVolkswagen SHOP Inc.A POODLE GROOM fNO

OPEN THE GATt:'. EnR.1! Bra nl"ll Cemetery, with Rev. :Mrs. Hiram PuilRCtt, nnd and family were IransactIng Capital Building-, Supreme, ,, By Betty Ilaboni Sweaters Collar.!. Tag.

.l.imcs.. Saunders. of Penney won spent the weekend,!. in business In Jacksonville Court Building the Smithsonian i YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLittle Inc. I'et Supplies

The in'\l tlnu" your. car inedsliihricalloii I Firms' and Rev. :M. Jo:;. :Matthews Starku with her son-in-law Saturday.Mrs. Institute, a visit to Ml. Melissa Rubon be- | AUTHORIZED: DEALF.USen Complete Line of 8Ir.J"h-I'n"tf'1'4.

stop III herehcii* of Jacksonville. Pullhr flU 11.llIghler'11': and11': '. : Gordon Jones and ;Mrs Vernon and Ailington Nutloniil -I Bout & Airplane Builders Supplies Dully & Sun. 10-6 P.M.
I three old Feb- ulplt f'ar''
you. gel til" flnt'Ht, in tit II. I 'uvi.wen* Homer I IMtlgelt.llindv I l L.. K. I'adRctt and son. Florence Johnson aie both Cemetery to see the i I Clime years on / 'I Cloned t Tuesday
17 but waited until !< Ice
( T.iylor., J. n. \Vilkcrson.Flo.vd ', Jun Dykes) left Saturday, medical patients in Bradforc Tomb of the Unknown Soldier I i'niary\ the 20th for her \ / Kmly Shop -Speclallzli.K In Radio 8939 Hcrlong Kd.' Normanili

Jiilim. Friink" i Carter.Sidncv ,I night to .return to Ills home County Hospital. Wo wish and I the grave of the late I Sunday birthday< cake. Three pink j j Open 8 a.m. 8 p.m. Controlled Models Section
Blackmon.iiri 'I in Cltattahonc'heo/ after xpend-' thl."mI speedy. recovery.Mr. President Kennedy.Saturday 1 5 p.m. Sat. Closed Sunday W. JackHonvrtlc! 781-2800
candles adorned the of
: lug three weeks, with his ciitcr. : \and Mrs. Wilbur Hicks the group touted, top avery I I 1130;; I.XI'1': ':. SOITTHI ( : arid Equipment
( :( n :NKVSWe i and lavender
pretty pink
:Mis. :SusIe Kherniiin and /nnd baby of Jacksonville) were I the White House In the morn- I Phone Jacksonville 381-311\ 1 PIANOS
li.ni I lw" iiK'io peRsonSServing I,i nic-ce'. :Sirs.l (Ci-orffe: Carter.i Sunday guests of his brother-1 1 ring and than began final plans : biiihday .cake," baked by her Open" Cvrnlnei till 9 1>.1\1. _

i I Klmur Carti-r (and Sidney:; < in-liuv and sister, ;Mr.[ and :Mrs. for. the trip hom,'. leaving "Aunt Ethel. Coming from C02 So. Editewood/ ALTERS PIANOS
I Dude) City to help her observeher Parrish Motors
at Faulkner and Jacksonville 388-8663
niiicknioii went ILshing H. P. family.Mrs. nl :2 I
Washington! p.m. three, wel'e.11': and "Piano & Organ CClmpl..teSPI'vlce
Ucnd, Luke Sund.iy., : :Marie Elixson: Is speeding While Washington.. the years 1
Florida :Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Center"Kraukauer
Alton :Mosley Is a patient, a few days with her son' nt the I Intellarrington. Rogers
group stayed I
Since 1950a I :Margaret I Disharoon and In the VA I Hospital' I in Lake n nd d.iughter-ln-la\v: and } An added( trent Hoy's
:.McCary. Also! enjoying a dcI |I I pianos since 1869.
City. :Mrs. Kenneth .:lIxllun(1' while there for SKKVIC'E1'AKTS "011fWj
r7of cVewke was enjoyed I llcloiis incjil .and with Chilies fur Men and P. A. Ss
birthday Starck Jesse
g
(eetdNg .. :Mr.l i and :Mrs. I I1II'n I m Pndsell :\ nnd :Mrs.' Don Newman most saw snow for the first,
:Malissa the Buss Hoy'* Since I 11)19"Van I
: were family French Pianos

.... --- ...,......... ... spent itt with i the their day son in Doctor's nnd I daiijih-: In- rout pal'eRts.11'son were: and guests. Mrs.of EarlPobbs ;her Inches time on WIIS Thursday reported! \ when in Wash live, I anti<1 her brother. Gary and! 32 Years As A Dealer Hftiwen. Stetson Flats Music: Piano Methods.

ler-ln-l.iw.: nnd :Mrs. Rudolph of Kulford.. Sunday af I slltel'Vanda.. | McCreg-or Gold Cup SoxConplete Collection, ClassicsAll !'!
Used Cars
ington. Good
Mrs. Lucile Cordially I Plulgeltlnll/ daughter ternoon.Mr.. Of the :32 students enjoying I Then on Tuesday! the 22nd j ja | t 921 Always Laura St. .Ja..k..n\. lila "'ormal.ar. Rental Kinds of Used Planni
GodwinRepresentativtt small party was given Gary & Organs
I of
Satmdity. : nnd :Mrs. Allen Hall from
the trip only one. I Phone 356-5634
,, Welcomes :Mrs. LI7.11Iae!: : Kei-Hey has Jacksonville, were! guests of Maxville. Jack LUCIIS. son of[ j Uabon; in observance of his I Vounqfflcn'sShop] Low Bank Financing to

I been a patient in Bradford :\11'I nd11'11.:\ L. A. Crosby Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph Lucas, eighth birthday. He and 3 Years
Call Pt.
1013 E. George had one together. Ellevin : Automatic Transmission:; 2153 Blvd.
You and Your Blandinr
County I Hospital.'e wish hera :Sunday: afternoon.Mr. I was in the group. 310 !Main Corner Bevel
Ph. 964-5321 Family to Your speedy. .recovery.Mr and ;Mrs. G. L. Snpp MII.I.KK I'H.MOTKI! ( youngsters gathered around, I Jacksonville! Jacksonville; 3B8-M61

Starke New Home : *. Vennic Puilffett, / had\ a nnd /griiiuk-hililren attended Corporal, Ronald I.liller.: : I time big Buss dining/ table to I Iourkuu. Automatic

put slipper at her, home last the mass ..mo..tlngIt Beulah son of liorolhy) L. :Miller of cut ice cream and bilthd'IY'1 Transmissions & prANOR-OIWAS!;
night A I t"l1tllllwele Church, List week. Gary's cake' :MOTORCYCLES(
Knclay / Maxville has!'! received his promotion -
The State of FloridaIt Mi i II nl, :\11"". A,"vii I'rmvs of I About Iwr.nty five membersof I warrant to sergeant j I sluipe of n hut and everyone' I II Motor Exchange Mason & Hamlln Pianos

I Ma Id win. :Mr. and :\tI is. KoburtILixley Norlhsidu Church It ttendedtho In the U. S. :Marino Corps I I I got a taste of the brim. Gary I BIO DADDY WALT HONDA .. Hammond Organs
Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and I t ) of I Doctnr'H Inlet and muss meeting at BeulahChurch. from :MaJ.. Gen. Weed at. ,salvaged, ; Games and Remanufactured Transmissions MOTOnCYCLES Get A Good Dritl/ At-
To Acquaint You With Your City. :Mi l I 'and I;\ :\i i's. .1..nice (!i illl.s[ of I Washington, D. C. | were played i
I.nwtt'Y. :Mr. and :Mrs. Charlen! Cribbsof Ronald,! hn.i completed his of course there was a good \ Motors All Models-Nothing Down

:Mont of the mothers I not Gainesville were dinner I lime hud by all.utTlil'rY By Quality: Craftsman, Merchants Green Stamps ilfj)
if[ sixth yell in the :Marines.1 I F. O. MILLER
If you are new In the area a phone ( 3383 \V. Beaver S&. Open 8 A.M. to 7 !':
\ P.M.
'
all.\ I wire< witting. t around, their i guests of :\11'. and :Mrs.. K< anti, plans to make II I !srrri-u: ...
"III'eel'l| Jacksonville. 381-lim\ : .
call will bring you a prompt visit TV'I- Init :Moml.iy wiitrh-t ward... Norninn"Snnrlny.Mr. :' -. In the service.. Before Ronald. I I :Mrs. Ethel BLISS wus some.- 1\IondaY-FI'lday .7'"'" II.... 'f I'i,.. ,._ -..'D./..".'.
.. I :\ and .IIH their children <>n 1tJf1tVCl4Pius j Crosby was t transferred" to heudqiinrters | pleasantly surprised< .Jllrk..n\'lII.. .
from your local hostess. Please give We arc gniti-ful, to :Mr.\! |I spent part of last week. will US :Marine Corps he I I a I Kentucky; fried
Hlv"', s for ukiiiK the lime and, : t their son and (111mg, liter-I n-Ia w. was stationed nt NAS cupper on her birthd.iy. Thursday CLOMED: : SUNDAY !SAWS;
her a call! She has map* and many mii'ie.sl'1 I In tilt' children to i| :\11'I nel :Mrs. Bobby Crosby sonville for. three, years.' JUk-j| Feb. 17 at the home of her Cribbs Campers MOTORS( & CYCLES .

linve" them on TV. Thu nice of Ocala. The. community extends Its son-in-law and daughter. :Mr. 4949 BlanclUin Blvd. PEARSON'S
free and wonderful gifts for you nguin. :Mr. Rivern.Mrs. I :Mr. and Mrs.' Bobby Crosby sympathy to the Everett, I andI'S.: \\'. Duke In GainI'nvmi DcJ-Rey Campers Jacksonville 771-8211'
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from local businesses. I Henry Mosley anil moved u'- u to .Oiinesviile .this. I Manning family of Clay Hill. I ;. iii'iiLennff me i lining Shasta Trailers I O;;;; a.vvSALES' foX I.I11L e:
Charles :Mo.slev of .J I'kson-1 1 wet-'K wnen- ne is IIcl.'epling :M\..i. :Manning died Thursday tnble was it beautiful birthd.iy ; ( : & SERVICE
position as manager of the afternoon at the residence( cake with "Happy Birthday" Skamper ConvertiblesTradOH 'I MOVERS
A & P Slore. !' written thereon.. : ALI TYPES OF SAWS
:Mrs. Dorothy :Miller: spent Knjoylng' the
Guest speaker At Northslde Saturday night and Sunday in :|!I evening with :Mrs.\ Russ were -Hunk. Pliiiiiii-lng" ACME MOVING 5027 Broadway Avc..lAckinnvllli .

Of Church Sunday night was :Mr. Marietta with her son-in-law her son Kenneth, :Mr. and :Mrs. 6-108 San Juan Ave. & STORAGE KV: 4-31111

.--. .-. t Crabby of Ohio. He gave n and dauA'hler.1: r. : I I J.V.. Dukes and children Jacksonville 388-D.T18! : I
very' inspiring message on VieI Monroe Gray. Iln"1I's'l I I (Greg, Sheila and, Timmy and LOCAL-WORLD-VVID KSTATK SEWINT: MACHINES

I itatlon.Mrs. :Mrs. Jessie Padgett and I|': yours truly and children "" 'an- WIDE MOVING
: Beverly Spence andMrs. childicn spent last week in (d.i. Gary and<1 Milissa.: A very (IIAIN S.UVSMiddleburg Jacksonville White Clove SINUER' At'T. ZIGZAG

: : !'!. Russell Spell and son of Tampa with her brother-in- appreciative :\11.... Rusa thanked I Movers( Like New in 4 L r. Cabinet
.-.. ....."" '.. .. Jacksonville Sold New over $300
-- were vlslllng :Mr. law and sister. Mr. and :Mrs. everyone for the tine "stirpmhue. Chain
and :Mrs. O. E. Crosby :Satur- Bob Newman und family.Mr. ." At.;: Bcklns Van. Lines Co. Bal. $73 or $:r iOf) Per M mth

tiny afternoon.VT : and :\11'''. Bufonl ;lUg- The February meeting of I Saw Sales P. O. Box 267 Ideal Sewing CenterALL

glnbothnm ...ntel.tnlned'Ith a I I the Brooker 1'1'AI'll" held VT TV TV VVVVV YYYY.YYMAXVILLE* it U M K: L i T r
'" blrthdalul')1'r; ) List Thursday I the school liinchrixim, < on I New anrl Used Machines

night honoring their son Kl-: Thursday, the 21. Of much. Money M.ikiii' Chain Saws R43 Ca.ssat Avc.
mer on hU 2ith! birthday. Enjoying I j' discussion was. the nced, for I :MUSIC .hrk ..n"IJlp 311"- n11
the occasion were :Miss. '|i "equipment for the Ilbl'al'The SALK.S" :: & SKItVICU: :

Betty Prevail and :Mr. and I 1 I I PTA Paulus Music Co.
to
agreed purch.isc'
8.1In.: A. C. SUde an Purls and l Repairs All Makes TRACK SERVICE
Mrs. Ralph Prevail all of I electric pencil ( neuded\ 1 to Eland &
Phone 2894491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 String Instruments
I 1..nwteand; Mrs.' Lyle! Schmell | mark the buck of books with Toro & Yn/.oo" Power Mowers. RAY'S

and daughters of Jacksonville. I the proper catalog number), Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers,
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1 Weekend l guests of :Mr. and I-C:'; ;ll.\:.MSMITIIt : School Supplies Instruction.
;Mrs. J. M.irlin Coleman wereMr. nnd, three tables i round l)
: nnd 1 Mrs. J. C. Ingham : ( and Mrs. J. 1 Truck Press Service!
II. Zorn with
t of eight chilirs" nt a total1 Roberts
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of Baldwin EI.EC'1'IUC'ITH: ( () WeldingI'ord
announce the en- Ludowicl '
I Georgia. cost of $119 /fil). These' inc"
iii' jfngemenl and approachingmurriiiKe Sunday visitors of :Mr. and I :\ Bulldozers & Crawlers
I things that the library has j LibrAryExpert
itti3 : of their daughter Mrs. Avory StatIc and family i needed for some I time nnd I'msure Peavy Brothers ncpulr Department "We'll Keep 'em RoilIng

?; : 'II'I .utii" 'i.i Ann to Airman Ic were Donald Slnde of Hampton can he put to very good I| Electric Co. 787 W. Braver.Tat'lceonailli.
lviii N. 41 t W'10111':\ St.
Smith Jr. of Robliin.s .
and Vernon Slade of :Mucclenny. useA I letter was. written to j > :3B84B31TROI'ICAL :
A 'n. Georgia, lion of :Mr. I the school board I tU''THICI01"ORS: : .
requesting Jacksonville
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: .d :M.irvln N. Smith Avory Slade;; and son, Michael the inslall.itlon of the science bOLoervlcedRepatr'Genera: : FISH
CS:1 Si I visited Sund.iy,; afternoon Lib that has. been at theschool I tol's-Start.ets Illid.Jrtrk.ionvlllo .
Th.etIln! /{ vows will be In Hampton with :\Irs.V. M.Slnde. for some time. :Mr. Fer- Alterations / MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

I H-.cited Friday; mghl :March Kiison, principal, reported. that Armature Kmvliidlng, .. 308-3091
M: .it, 7:311:: p.m. nt the Brandy, Jessie. Padgett of Ft. Sill. n promise hid: been made by 4044 Lenox Ave.

Branch Baptist Church. Okln. arrived here :Monday( fora the board to t'!<> this within I Jacksonville: 3872528IUUe MtrSIC-InslriimentaMARVIN! Complete Aquarium Supplies

:Miss Ingham Is u graduateof / visit. with :Mr. and Mrs.!'! J. the next few days. A motion I Imported Fish All !Spcl

;jJ:1.. : ; Baldwin Jr.-Sr. High School :Marlin Coleman anti to gethis was passed eo Invite RodneyH.ill .',\ SHOP KAY'S CALL OR COME BY
;.r Class (If ISWl.! I :MiS mnltI has wife and ft mlly. The I'ad- school lion I'd member to Music Center :Mon.-sat. 10 a m. to 8 II m.

oJ his been gradual,In, the t inn Air und.Force. is. since I gett Cimilyill: be returningto I u special meeting to tii5t'tit4iniproveme.nts ." I BON MAR Sunday 2 to 6 pm.

__*._t .. 4a.You'll stationed nt Robbins presently AFBIn Oklahoma lIo,>n. >i and P'>" Fender. Ore-tach & Vox Guitars!'! We Order Any fish Available
Bailey Boyd of Bryeevllle ties for Brooker School."lblll-1 FABRIC 943 S. Edxewood Ave.
:Macon Ga. visited All friend, -_
and relatives' of and :Mrs." J. :Marlin Colemnn. "cernlng tills will be made. prior,
just love cleaner: cooler the .couple are invited to attend. Seaman Apprentice Larry U,> the meeting Room count I Complete Line of Band Instruments I ILIILwlg. WESTERN': !\ STORELITTLE;
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FABRICS :NOTIONS Sling-erland. Rogers

lameless] electric cooking S(A'IIOOI(special) XKWS:m..otlng11" held TRAVEL: ,\(;EXCYFor McCall & Simplicity Patterns Drums DUDE

Tuesday. :Maich u I at 7:30: 8lfi\ ('aslptve! Western Store
p.m. Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Hanseatic ItentuN & Repurir' on ALL

IT'S FASTER. SAFER. CHEAPER. TOO I in the Baldwin High Si hoot' ('KIISKS: All:LINKS: !SHU'S< -..-IIOTKl.H) : JacksonvilleOpen 'Where You'll Find Every-
Hind Room. The IIX( :M\I.V: ST.
purpose of BILL AND LRETT.BUR'I:8:': IIARRIMAN'U'a'tew thing For fh* HorseEnthwla9t"
the meeting. was: to discuss !9 t .\.M.: to I 6; P.M.:
No flame means no blackened. pots, no perfect" ion nnd priceless) peace of mind. the Jacksonville 333-0935
possibility of children' Western
' beginning Clothing -Leathergoods. -
cmucfged. walls, no wasted. lient so Now cheaper to use. because 10 niiisic-nl I -
si inly. An Interesting -'NJ FLOOR COVEUIXr Saddles and Trailers
your kitchen stays cleaner and comfortably rate cuts in ]10() years: hive reduced thenvi'rngf program was: at- cm I, Charles] & Sharon Petty

cooler. Automatic controls /: price paid per residential kilo. rangeil I nnd patents i and I students u- I :MtTSISIIEETPOTTER'S( ( : 903() So.' Edcrwood Ave.

prevent scorched food or boil-overt. wall-hour :31'r.; had, the opportunity .KOI Lniirii St. S.Vi-B.m( : Travel. Inc. II Jacksonville' 381-1210! )

, Yes, in cvery way a (l.nnt-lesa) electric .tOt' tin'" mrxlfrn electric raiigi's" i in nee and! hear the instruments I

range; is: your best buy for cooking ,'olm./ ) --atJ"'lIroppliallccdculcrJlO"( "';. In beginning band, ,classcM us Looking for Home of Music WELF.PARTRIDGE). URII.T.ING
well us t the chance lo hive nil
AMBULANCE SERVICE better carpets?
particular questions' answcieil., Church Muslo

; to Parents attend who the meeting were unable may PHONE 964-2600 vsit .": ezd Educational Music Well Drilling' Co.

U i 'eel. free' to o'nt.t't'illlalll. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home :Miusloal Instruments ROCK A ARTESIAN! WELLS
,\. Jakol.i. bind, ,director nt H4 HOGAHwnrav Complete Rterftric Water
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I the school and he will he. most. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Repairs"A SystemsIRRIGATION

I j happy to speak with you re- Starke, Fla. :Near .,,, Your Mailbox" :;
girding. < I the musical odui... iliumI FH.\ FIVANCINO:

I of \''' ,child., < sI l tnt LImo\. RENTAL SERVICES rilO.NF.: 333-8131 220 ".. Braver St. 3860 Hyde Grove Ave.
FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .
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HtlPING BUILD flOH/OA j j Guest' spenker. nt the last Hospital! Bed!'!, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Jacksonville 3 '.36St Call Collect 391138r

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O. o! Starke visited Mrs Edward' weeks nuo.: j. elation 14:13.: i nr. tin. 11. i'II'v- J ii IK(* "TKnniriiril
Docket Martin and Ruby Vaughn jnll: Hudctt W. Johnson, carrying Mr Chesser was born InMulbeny ,
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cavy < '''"11\ (Kloi'M-i. ini -
upon restltut!Ion and payment coiicenled weapon $50' Wainwright and daughters on Sept. 5, 19011, thcj I Respcct.fulv .
of court cosls. Other cases dlsmisMid bund estreut. Victoria NEWS And NOTES Monday bon of the late Jessie F Chester M-rs.. Charles! Od.IPI.t'sl. \ lilii, xilililii/ MIX, ,iiilHiiilar. "niiMith*
\\t Plea Day I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith Susan fnini tlu ,ilaii. MI. ilu" flrHt, ]*"iil 10U.U' -
were tlioac asaimt Ward voluntary; Intoxication. and Mary Dval ChesserVarneti. dent. M. Wallace. Sec- : 'Inn "r Ililn nflU.,,,. 10m: 'hi .
t John W. Meek, Leroy Hampton $29 bond ef.treated.: Thomas For Today's Homemakers and family of Hampton and who lives In Stnrke.He I letnry, Mary I'. Sllcox? Tieasurer. 'Idlin' or" diiiinnil, ,' muHt In* In

More than BO coses were and II. M. Bales. C. Paladlno. fishing without i Ki-v B T. Ppavy were Wcd- was a member of the First urltlna, iinil miiHt Htatp thii

i-d by County Jutise T. A. license $25 bond estreated: I McCain\ le."dl\Y supper guests of Mr. |.ttiti. "r ri'Hfilfni'f' nnd pont, nfiiir .
a I Other ca--.es disposed of Included By Martha: Sue Christian Church of Starkp.Surviving .. uililriHH if tho CiA '"11'1
iwn in heavy plea day pioedlnes Rudett W. Johnson. carrvlnR r.rd Mrs R t. Smith I tie to bv Ilintlulniant.
: Danald: D. Carter besides his mother. l\ Till.'l'! << \ .11 1 IM.K*,* unit tuuiil sworn
last we k. Only two crand larceny case. disrnly-ed; concealp.weapon.; $50 bond County Extension: Mr| and Mn. O. W Ebllng Mildred oinr. i\ \M rnui'i II.. ,,>_ IIB| It..nl. or Ills attorney
Is his wife. ,,,,,,,,
I void
fondants of the scores who I Alfred L Bennett removal of estreated. Home Economic* A Kent of Lake City were Sunday Chess! of Gainesville; two iiiiou>.ni> <'ni\ ri"'a'1'"I."an:. ,. niiiirdiiiK, ur ,ti It> tin will*. bp .

l eared requested; the free property under\ letn, restitution Heard on charges of traffic I guests of Mr. and Mrs Warren sons. Richard! Lee alI I Robert lIHTATi: :
nnsel! that is available to made. $7.50 costs puld. violations were: Charles William EbliiiK /iinrl two daughters.Iev. Gainesville : <>:N Tin' >.IMI.AM: :;,>. >rr..ri.r, of thr M:.-
A. Chesrr. both of : ..
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held mlsdemeancharges. Did You PUHH. Ti-i.tr television and ? B. T. Peavy visited his il ui-il
ilKents on case:" dismissed\ : Paul D. Jones, Ansel. Alfred Fuller. I I Tim for nilliiicra|)| a half brother.. J. C Watkins; 'O'I'UI: 10 l'III'III""I1: l.inrl, '. ,1",1.

withholding support case dismissed Donald D. Carter. Clifford' The "National Henlth ToHt". nulio in Hie last live ye-irn' family In Ocllla. 0dlU'ln: ami four orandchlldren. \11"c '. .in' i .1 .0,1., ,. ''or'' I" I .

This service !Is! bclnjt: proded : Jeraltl\ Alexander, petit I Thompson Steven H. was televlHccl recently lo an rcBultniK; In a decrease of tl.e weekend Rev Penvy will Funeral services were held \l.\\;\ 'PUS" I III""I.\ Ml=\ ilI .
sanders'I'alp& be moving this week to the I '. .ll'l'll .II ,In,, ,I. I.v I I I ..1 "ill,
In Bradford County larceny restitution made ') W. Prevail, audience of millions and th. more thAn 10 per ti-nt *lnrciniio at 3 p m Sunday.! Feb 27. In I .,,, .1 I ,'. ,"I', .Hi, .I IIi PI.1"tilint..heofl.! J2.SO at th.

ough a prant from the case dl.sml.ssed: Carolyn Brown, James A Drawdv.Giiry Nation failed over the pist year price pnNtorliim on D.i.vlcsa Highway the First, Christian Church I ,I, '''"I''a.. u I I > 11' "iv I I" TF.UGR.\PII.:

.tlonal Defender and tnrltch.1 Smlt h. removal of property Hampton. Jr., Jean One of the qiu-Hllon. In the dpclliu" :"< on appliances ranged with! Rev. J. B Sherwood officiating.

.1{ state nnrt local funds In under lein. restitution made.! Frances O'Hern. Adolph A TV tout WII" "Can prescription from iino-tenth per cenl for 'Ir.iliiliiR 1'nliiii Sorl.il :. Interment was In I

experimental pl'oRtaln. $7 50 costs paid ra.se. dismissed : I Peterson.( Dennis W. Qrlffls.Thomns ilruga! be kept for a your or kid. lien, ranges to mum tti.in The Intfimrdlutp Training Santa Fe Cemeterv undci! direction '

Sentenced; to pay fined on ; Putil D. di-mis. fMiini; L T>!nvls. Oeorna: V. more'" Thp anfluor in "NO" 7 per cunL fur room uir condi- Union Class rntnycd n lininbui'Ker of DeWltt C Jone-

I ithles'. .-heck charges\ were: vlthout license. $23 flnu or !Smith, John W WisemanOrovrr Chnnccn are that oven those lioneiK.If ', !! fry nt t Ih" home of !Funeral, Home.

, 'rtln Tetstone 12 counts I IJ five days in tall, Frank John-I Jnck.son. Rudser D who answered this correctly .VIHI arc In the murkct, :Mis! K !M' Norton last L Thurs .

ron voluntary intoxication. Orcen. Edward E. Bryan. John still have a crowded meclirlnocabinet. for new" appll.incest ho sure, day eveningWater .
Padttett Betty J Rho481'1. i
I IN MKMOKIAM'HAVING :; .
:Mrs Sammie E Loit.d $2.1 fine $12.60 costs or 30 i Mann. James A Ostecn Walter How about you? Have' to evaluate the now ncccH arii / 3 don't miss the -
I I you cleaned out your medicine >B. Kieqiicntly) a rise In pi'Ice'
rlavs In Rawllivs.voluntniv Donley Jr. M. INTO
... Frank E Joiv' s. cam/, mil, Ralph Hershel Stet Systems ENTERED!:
...rc:::1 dlFmh ed against Joyce Intoxication.' $35line. i phens.! Horntlo Fells. Paul Z cabinet in the lust ulx months? Is )leliilcd l to an engineering( REST .. 3j 2QTH ANNUAL .
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ISA Noiman. :Mrs Dorothy : '. $12: so cosU or 30 dnvs In I t Fletcher. Cleon P. Tyson Cecil Can you read' the label on change In top-of-thc-lim- Authorized August :ro!. 1878-Februaiy 5.
every bottle you have hidden els or an accessory that 1110'1'1
Rlacki-hear. Richard II Yount.Pniniiel At State ParksThe 19C8
L. Dnv Jr. Willie away In that interestingJum or may not have \ Mrs. Minnie W Qulcley went I Azalea Festival

Beard. William A. McCrary ble of Jura and boxes? for you. if you wait to buy I Rtiile Cublncl. has lo her heavenly home on Febrtiarv -
:; AMERICAN I HOME There's more to this than the Mime! nccesjiorics may be
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Jnhn T. Fleishman. Bar- authorised) "construction! of :IJi. 1966. On that daya
t just being; neat find orderly. included in less deluxe moduls. I
nnrrl SATURDAY. SUNDAY
P. Hocan. Benjamin JIPW water systems. nt Gold truly great nnul was liana- FRIDAY.

CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Finn Jr 12 count-si. :HooHPveltBonllv. Old medlcaUonH are hazardous at lower cost. I: Hea-I Branch, State Park" nndMaenolla planted to heights; above I March 4. I 6 (
to: adults and especially Hero nre a few new features
C. W Tucker. Vlnrent I.ake Stat Park She was actively engnifd In
('O.MIM.ICTKI;\ ) ,\I.T IINil1:\1mUCK to inquisitive young children. to look, for in case you're
Ward. Louis Braccl.( James B. both located near Keystone the work of the Women's I
ou BLOCK IIO.MISlthm : : Pratt. Maxlne A. Lasky. Ml- Bach year Home 600.000 shopping for new e111lipmentfor Height Christian Temperance Union JOHNNY TILIOTSOMNntionoilr
youngsters swallow home: KnoMil K wiii;* AtKftCA
things your |
chapl N Cardarellt Thomas! Mncr 1908. was a very able
( \\ 75: mile nulius! of J...,,) W. Crowley. Corn M Cohens.Prott they shouldn't. Halt the time The new cordless vacuum Low bidder for the $1.884 leader of the OL LYNtvl BLUM
and picsldent
ON YOl'K' LOT: OK OURS Sphra' Joseph C. De- medicines are Involved. For cleaner In round J.:il() higher! system! at Gold Head) Branch Laura Scott Union In Starkent > %- Mm Florida I96S MI'H A r4e ttfH uFriJay
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and tin1 $I.a:<:21! system at
t example ovprdnnoa! of aspirin than I the standard model. The
01, lo. Wllbert I.. Smith Terry 1IRllll01l1l.akp rnntinctor the lime of her Itomecolim \ Evening ...Tofant ConUitJolurcfay
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fire still I he most common cordless moriej! runs less' thnn
t, Bnntwriuht, Senze Proulx.!!: I Our sincere sympathy I Is! extended
NOTHING DOWN !slrKle mime of l'olHumJlg.'lLh an hour and !Ha recharging(: J J. Ifare of Mlcnnopy Afternoon. Downtown Parad
Earl E Dallev. Walter Little. I to Mr Qulaley and .... .. .. *
//I little extra effort accidental time Is bout 17 hours.
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A t>. Biildlnelll Dale L. Coat- pulsoniiiKi' can ho prevented. Built-in vacuum claiming I Services Held family her many friends and | **&L Saturday Evening .Azafea Ball Civic Ctnttr
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Only $49 Per Mo. Up ps. Luther D. Henderson Her her co-workers: In Staiko and

shel B Sheffield. Marshal! ] K.Pyke. Keep household products! systems with a permanently" i For H. L. Chesser Keystone Heights/: In who.sememory "** tui-. 5"nJoy Afternoon. .. .Beauty Pageant Rovin*
TKKIMFIC. W\S: "FOR NKXT; anil, medicines out of the reach installed heavy duty unit In.. *f
:!w DAYS John C. Hanner Jr.. I slip will ever live JT Gardent Amphithcatf4 *
of ,rhlldren.Do the basement and tubing InI In 1st Christian j
Raymond F Dnd'lai\ : Kd- "And I henrd a voice from
all various outlets 11llie In nisi! Sun'aE(' "''nJ' JOHNN1T TIUOTSOMvlk !
Hiiro
ward C Sim, Donald F Oen- prmlutls arc Heaven .saying unto inoWrll.a / -
TIIKSK: IIO"I'SHt: : AS \
MODKItN AS labeled.Cleiin. are now a.11 liable for homes. Il.irrv I-1'' ChcKsrr. 57. IOIVB .
'"Tns[\ mid Chaile.t H. Red : blessed. are thc rlend' *< -
Tf\IOIUWW-IL\IWWOU); ( ) FLOORS. HEAUTIFl'L i Emphasis!: Is being- pI/Ion'/ '' time resident nf Bturkp.! died | iittli r inform jior! eoncMtPALATKA
mond. Cases against Thomasi oiil m,' C'AIHNKTS: ", I'TC.IU; COM D. (OPTIONAL) i D. Nettles and Michael N. I'' least twice n year flimh- design wnd styling, In refrigerators : Filclay Feb. 2!>, lu n Galneavllle 'henceforth: Yen. sulth the JAYCEES. INC.P. .

ECONOMY(); "TO KXKCI'TIVK; TYPK HOMES 1 Cardarelll were dlllmlMf'dI Ing your old nicdlnitions/ down Some decorator models hospital after a brief Spirit that they may rest O. BOX 192MIATICA.
are startling us \\e-ll as coolly. : times* He had moved to FIORIDA
I the drain. from their labours !and their
Complete I'rocessinK! :; of Contract Including: I I II The frost-free! refrigerator la ,: Gainesville from Starke two '
Drql"OY the contiilnci-H. works do! follow them. Rev
Financing' and Huildinx; Your Home I A CI.iMttin.Mt Ad In the TtI.: .:- !New' Thrwul still higher In price th"lIlhe !I
0' Nylim & Cotton
C.KAPH brine '....IIItIi. manual defrost and antomiitic <
Call PO 4-9410 Jacksonville I A I
Florida I Buccosufnr/ Attempt lo defrost types but lower thun

I fTO Ai-;;: ; with combine the the udvantages Rtrength of of cotton nylon when It was first Introduced' AREA BUSINESS S DIRECTORY I -E

: Home Const. Co., P.O. P.ox-1 1I I h.1II pioduccd a unique sewing Cost of operation la gi enter .1

I 9031 Tax, Fla. I & I BEST THINGS thread The result Is a liner for the no-frost feature./ Other

I FUOM: I In but special features! nvailnble .
KtiHinjjer' threiid. _
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[ i........" LIFEMERRITT include automatic Ico mnkcpi.a ''. ,
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rity The resilient ,charncterlitlcs. I seven-day meat keeper, adjustable
I I those which allow It to stretch : Air Conditioning-Heating
and Imrejfled
I own a lot, have someone' contact me. H.WILLIAMS and. yet dcmend that It return shelves the Beauty Academy LADIES WEARCherry' (Office} } Equipment
movabillty of refriger

I LrJ I am-.!Interested!!. in building. | to 1s original shape make it ator.When RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT
particularly good for sewing
It comes to kitchen Authorized Alrte.mpHc.Lllng *
117 N. Walnut St. stretch, synthetics, and knits.lhe Academy
Sales Air Conditioning Beauty :
Needed fc
Representatives: ranges you'll Nee more ranges Gainesville's Mo>t Fa.shlonble
I Phone 9615391Sa4 new tnread 1 has a sill- featuring programmed( <1 SHKET METAL AddreM For Laxllw 8m tth-Corona-AutDor1setl
I iv :siriwouNniNT; TOWNS cone 11 n lull for smooth sewing and CotnmMvlatInilimtrlul Lenrn a Profes.sloB. In Yaur81)111'e Dealer>
cooking, meat probes, no- Rualilentlnt. ;
( <- Fiirm Life Insurance! C o.I Time. Full or Part Time
and easy threading. Uarmontssiwn \ turn broilers.! Removnble Tef | DRE StSSU1TSCOA.TSMATERN1TY Clary-Victor-Totmlta

with the thread can be lon-coaled panels or removable HaliN ln"tiHI..tl"n-H..rlce HAY' ft KVKMNO: : C'L.'\SHKM: : WEA"ACCESSO&IE8 Adding Machln...t.. Calculator*

I \\YOu WHO WANT THE ELEGANCE OF THE NEW CAPRICE; Ironed at any heat netting oven liners inlcnsc. lieulselfcleaning 2702 N.E.: 19th Dr.Oiilnesrville Low Tuition Terms SAIES .SERVICE-: : RETTTAUB .
since the nylon is protected ; ovens, liftofoven 372-071-4 SAVE TIME-4hcuM joor r*.

by the cotton. Very little doors and! oven-rack 219. N.W. 10th Ave qutremrntii with n. lint.
\YOu WHO WANT THE SMOOTHNESS OF A NEW IMPALA supports 7 W Unlvcrnlty, G.tln..vlllMOHJI.I .
> tension iidJiiHtment i.s neccsiiry. lilt-off tup hc.ttlng. AUTO S.JgS&SlmvICI.:1Barkley : 4,>itin"N1110 378-27HI1 828 N. Main St.'. Oaln
\\YOU WHO WANT THE PERFORMANCE OF A NEW CHEVELLE *Ne '. units und rooking/! sin/acea atmnkc "7"-5 jU .
'' 1I"'hulolpplhrlll'o" for enuler We Motors Inc
cleaning.
b'!: HOAIL'SMUSTANG, !; ;
Con.sumcrs: will And newhousehold CHAIN: SAWS PAINT CI.A.c.IJ
from wondeiful
(!YOU WHO WANT THE UNIQUENESS OF A NEW CORVAIR, appliances, ninny of speak about the intense experience lien I TRIUMPH

them with new features with self-cleaning ovens. One i.s FIAT A. & J. Saw Liddell Paint &

AND YOU WHO, WANT THE THRIFTINESS OF A NEW CHEVY H ,.;. little or no advance in prices.In furnished! to I this of tiro by .. VOLVOWe HHJJVtAN A SUNBEAM & Mower Co. Mobile Homes, Inc. Glass Co.

contr/iNt to most ot her Florida Power 'and Light for
Spcrtelizo In Joa Anilnrson.__ MET.Flomelite .1\1'.'.... .1Y'... ,"..._ _.1'u,,........_.lu.. ...
consumer products, a ute-idy' demonstration purposra/ and n. -- '" -

COME ON IN NOW! price, decline bus been the rule we love to MingUs, praises.were BALES ec SERVICE! Chain Sawn KTANIZC PAINTS
Factory Trained Mechanic SkylineRivlorm GUM > Mlrrora SUdIn 4MMr.

.
Tub Enclonure Show**
.....Y9..TYTYYYTYY., n. CLEAN USED' CARS 8ALK3; & SKRVICK: : s> Capcllit' CavaliorDoavn -
In Keystone Thursday onbllhlnOJ Poor* Wlndww* AwnlaC -
I !!!. 2M1 N. MAIN Repairs if Tartn All Mnke.tOri Star-
p/iymnit/ m. Icyw aa f 100NW. Ca.rpt WiUIpaiHir

Kingsley Lake Miss Sylvia Nrwton and QaID..U.e. 37Z-437S Vfly TrwtnrA Sal... front Consultation.
Richard Macheda of Jackson I'Ifoni'At' iJ l20 1.1th: St. 441 North
: St.
vllle were Sunday dinner JEEP Ctlnllwtne; 378-134A 116 NW. SUteentl '

Mr*. 1'':. M. Nnrto ,. guests: of Mr! and Mrs. E. M. .....))7 of 4 Wheel' Drtv 2022 NK. Blvd.Phono r.lllne nJIe OAINB3VILLE 371-Rlt1 1

Phone niS-XMl. 'Norton and family 372-33
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crews RAMRLERFtncnt Ju..t. Off WaMo Rmui Motor yrl a-Scoot raStreit's "PET SERVICE:.:

tAAAAA4AAA.AAAAA.AAA.tAA4CHl'RCH vMted Mr. and Mra. D I. AmMioa'W BV-onomy Cr -
Bicycle Shop I IRENE'S
: SCIIEDIXESKiiiRsley Knight of Hellbronn Springs!! ..... .... Renl_ CO CPETF: pnonircTsINSIST

lA MCXTORCTOLJMCuvlurvan Poodle Salon

Church: Sunday School. 0:49: and Mrs. R. C. Bradley Ridgway Motor Co. THAT AlL TOO A. T.... Aoe4.... POODLE OROOMTXO'

a. m; Morning Worship. Ha. Jimmy Bradley and three 1133 Main CONCRETE!: PRODCCT n.e.tt-B"-Z......... A SPECIALTY

m ; Training Union 6:15: p. daughters.! All of Jacksonville, Motorcycles: Btltm A S rvioIS >
Ca fbe S72-gl.11 ARE THE BEST! FRy* Oroomfm and Hirpplles For
m ; Evening Worship! 7:30: p. were Sunday afternoon guests RCJ1'W1NN lItCYCII.r.ALf'k"'mith &It u....___.
m ; Midweek Prayer Service, of Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Edwards Building ) "' .. Sal. WwI& u 'm
Service
Toy Stud
B & G Motors Co.ADlJ.LACOLDSMOBILE.
Wednesday, 7.30) Friends will bo lOrry to
: p. m. CfoolrPractice. ,I I W. ratrmlty: AT*. Puppies For Sale!
8.30: p. m. Rev. Jim hear that Woodrow Callan Is Supply, Inc. Gal vtllcl TT77 B20) !H.' Main

nixdon, nubstltnti" pnstor. a patient In Baptist HospitalIn BALES &: CTBRVICX; Oalnrsvllle 372-0000

"Come. Irt till worship to- Jacksonville. The family 7Z: /K. M ln31Z.U.OAINESVnJ.J .
FlfRelectrlon! : of TJnivl! Carll !IMOTORC'YCLKSTHE: PLATING
requpsts that he he remembered
her.
set
Taken On OuKllac Tra'lea !:. FLAKLKCTRIC .
Beulah Baptist Church: In prayer ; Ocala Chrome

Sunday School 10 a. m.; E. M. Norton. Mike Macv 2101 N. W. Uth. Rt. 441
CYCLE SHOP
Morning Worship.! Ham.; and Maxle Norton made a _rHONE 11..7511_ ; MOTORS Plating, Inc.
trip to Fust Is Saturday lo help
Training Union 6-30: p. m :
NORTON BULTACODIKJATI ( Onnnper. Ntckel, ChromlmCadmium.
with work bring done at the Performance ELECTRIC
R\enlnu Worship 7-30: Pinna
pm.; BRIUailSTONBM Metal Flnlflhlivr".
Midweek Prayer Service, Baptist Assembly! at Yale .
I SAAB Motor Reparr Co.
Wednesday' 7:30: p m Rev RI. Lake. <) T O 1C C Y |D Li K: Custom !Buffln

.. TaxKart, pall lor. "Everyone James Fuqimy. lion of Mr "5IALF.M' AMI SKRVICHCI : : Of tfirfiiiMVJll, rnr.Rrl'"i.lnl ANTIQUE CI-EAiNINd
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, welcome." and MI'!!. John Fuquav. la a RewlndlnR, SILVER RBAM COPPE8
EAN USKD CARS | \
New Sf Used machines: In irtockK.i.ny
Rev J3 T Pcavy has resinned patient In Baptist Memorial New an,1 UxcdMOHK Industrial Hard Chro
as pa-'tor of Klnffsley Lake Hospital Jacksonville due to 10.U: S. :Main\. Gainesville Financing Ternia3J4 NE 2nd Aw>.. Ooata

Church and lias been called an accident In Folkstnn O. ClirAR\NTKRI:! Av".UabJe. nlal al-'UI

by the pulpit committee to be early Saturday HB wa.s one I'hono 378-2 llti N.W. 8th Ave.
Gainesville
10111)() 3. Main
pastor of Bayloss 'Highway: of five In the automobile of Gaine.svillw 378-3SHO SIGNS
Cliurch.PERSONALS] which the driver was killed Tropical Pontiac, Phone) 372-8119:\

; !; and the others were all Injured Inc. !MOVKHS WILLIAMS

Mrs. Fi-nnk Foster!! and Mrs. FAK.M I .KOUH'.MKXT:

Joe Campbell of Bainartl. Manford Pedeison! brother TRUCK GMC 0ENT'1tRPONTIAO Long UirttaiHB "Moving Neon Signs, Inc.

Vermont Iopent la-t week asSiicaU of Mrs. Chester Wood. Is In "MII(1I Up With Wllllamo"PI
critical condition In a hospital Santa Fe Tractor LOCK I Drayagaturaice .. .
of M I'll. Foster's ASTIC- BON SIGN
220 NW. 8th Ave. Oau>e vtllrf
Kow's the time lo get just the buy you1 }.T3iTa1Jility and TarMy tare neT r Misses! BcRtrlce( and! sl'ltel'll'j in Ogcienburg. N, Y. due to 3-3SS1 Inc. Packing, t'ratlnj Sal---"If'rvlce--Malnte! a rK''.

'nnt on just the ren greater Pick :your: model!, pick Carlv und Mrs. James an accident. Mrs. Wopd 1 In requesting Er !tlons- Alterations!)

Chevrolet: dealer is celebrating Double your color, pick your custom touchei!! shrar. | prayer for him of CRANEr.IS'CH.X"tIU'I'nv FOKO Shipping; "Your Designs' or Our"
I Little Gloria Prevail 2720 N.E.
Dividend and Ot: your No. 1 Buy now- :Mrs Jerrv PodTftt t I'.porh : FRKE: BSTLVtATBa; CALLHILL'S 20th Way
Days! -No. 1 Buys on power. Starke spent the weekend asinest Tarnt Tractors'' 6 fml.l..menUJo'ord GalnesvillaDnvi

America's No.1 Cars! at your: Chevrolet dealer's. Ilurryl that her father. W 1 II.( Stnrllnit.of : of Robin Elder and AntHorizp'1 Stales!'! .Service Indu.slrlul Machinery 372-6OO6 Kites .17a-.VM4
Mi\ :;!<11ebnr, { Is In Orange I :504! K.: University GxlnenvlllcPhono MOVING
family
Park Hospital suffrln from LANDnOVKR \VheeI Drive
Mr. and Mrs Roy :M.i-rtln' :!72425&Crane' TIM3S. .; & PAINT
p he.irt attnck. and requests S.VLES, PARTS SKRVJCE: & Storage, Inc.
DAYS and::! family had as guett Sat Imports
DOUBLE DIVIDEND for
pi iivcr him urday. Edward Crawford and Vdlvo (Merocdp.s-Beni) 4\91\ N W. Sixth Ol\lnl'lIvllle 3510 N.K. Waldo RJ.Gameaville Penney Tile & Paint
\Mr and Mrs Marvin War-
daughter Penny, of Gaines FTAT-HILLMAN 37J-4271 JOHNS-MANVILLE TILl:
rcn and daughter of Jacksonville Phone 378-2.ri49

NOW CHEVROLET 3DEALERS! vlilted Mr. and Mrs. J. ville. lint 2201 N. Main GainenvillePhon :\.IIJSIC. Vinyl Vinyl Aabattos-Anphalt
AT YOUR Those on the tick are Floor Fliilililnf Prod,.....
T Bradley and family Sunonv Dennli :372-4173!
Mrs. J L. Bradley and OARDEN SUPPLIES Floor Machinsn' -- Gym FiniMlt
Always Usa that outside mirror before passing! It's one of eight afteinoonMr Crawford. 2222: K.W. 6th St.
LIPHAM
Standard safety features you'll now find on every Chevrolet.AH ; and Mrs Maxle Carter Frank Stiles of PostmllLs, AUTO RALVAGEPaul' MUSIC Oalnenvllle 37S13O2TKAVEI

Si Cjrlto'i Faulk. Randy Vermont spent foiir weeks as Johnson & Paris, Inc. Co. Inc.

:Miller- and Richard Fill attended guest of :\Mr! and Mrs Edward >
kinds of ears.,aD..In one.,......at your" Chevrolet' dealer's: I I !GM! I i 1 the Itomarama( held WalnVlTIRht Auto Salvage Complete Line of VAL LIPHAM

Chevrolet Chcvella l Chevy n Corvalr Corvette ut the ci Ic Audtlorlum Ini, Mr*. Mar-xaret! Ann Peeler We Buy Wrecked C&M At. 8F.EDSPLASTIFIKTILIl.tK't! prHf1."SSUR") lg House of Travel,

___ : .. Jacksonville Saturday.: 81xifHts and chlldien. Mauieene and TOP PRICES : : !' I INC.
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.u. )9 8141 : of Mrs! Jewel FaulkMi 1 Stevl of Mandarin weie All Make &: !Model" Cced Inw tfod s> Pet Sappw* CMitarn and Amplifler AIRLINES'STKAMSHIP!

)' and frF.. O Conner Sunday /guests of Mr. and :Mis., PrUTeletrp / We Rent Fertilizer Spreao>ra' : !
WALT CHEVROLET INC. \lMted relatives and friends In George W Brown St"vle will Rervl>o.-We Will SHEET MUSIC R. R.I!
HUL1CK II 224 N W. 8th Ave.
Folkston Oa :Monday be spending:: two weeks with Find Any Part For To. PHONE S72047ru. U lne vllle Nhuppln<< Center foteU! Car Rentuin!

'. S. HIIONF 961-39001 Mr and Mrs Gerald Crawford his !trrandpurents Galnnvllle 3784511Ml :34 lr. W University Ave.U7S1C01 .

..01 NOHTII( STAKKK. I'l.A. I uru Mra Pete CravvlorUl Mr, and Mia Lunrilc Futchl N. PAdt 3tc* YNI JU .:J: C.1ue.svW.. : ._j'r



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REGULAR 59K WHITE OR BLUE ARROW
Batl1 T Gwels 69,:

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I Raisin Bread 291-
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REGULAR 33* 46-oz. STOKELY

ALL VARIETIES (EXCEPT OYSTER STEW] AND CLAM CHOWDER) apple Juice 2J, GNii;, ;. PLASTIC se $169I

I CampbeDj 7/1/ REG. 41ct PILLSBURY DOUBLE DUTCH, CHOC FUDGE,
I oups SWISS CHOCOLATE, YELLOW AND WHITE 50-LB. BAG SWIFT'S 6-6-6 POWDERED

Cake! Mixes 3/$1./ Fertilizer 991
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Household Brand Cutlery or Kitchen Tools t I It

BUY ONE GET ONE Colonial Frozen
Cut-up Heavy

: ABSOLUTELY UEE! : L V BAIUNG HENS

That'sBrand ; Right; Your Free! A piece of Household <\ j y;
I cutlery or kitchen tools of equal value I with each piece ]
purchased at regular low price! Offer Limited-Shop today! ;jj
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1 ON.S-L.. PKO.WD : "'. a rKD.. .. DOWNY FLAK. ; L B4J71
1, I__.._. BRANOGround Beef 1 1 I! >lJ..1._..+,",.( WafflesOOOO KINO BIZC' T S a
1 GOOD..THRU... ,MARCH 0TH 1 U THRU.MARCH BTH 1
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.1..I _______ / Reg. 39ct Pkg. 12oz. FRIED COD FISH Mb. Pkg.

d71 GREEN STAMPS dN GREEN STAMPS. Cakes. 31./ Bologna 59'
ONE MONEV UCRL{ ; ONE 5O-L* .AS ;
/ I tolW TURRIY 1 WlfT'9Vigoro .1 I sy Reg. 55 12oz. COPELAND 12oz. Pkg. SUNNYLAND Sli. Breakfast
1 < Roost s
1 ** B OOOO THRU MARCH STN 1 0000..THRU....., MARCH, .. BTMONI I 49 Bacon
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FRESH FLORIDA STRAW. ALL FLAVORS MORTON
CRACKIN' GOOD VALUES! Berries 3 Pts, $1. Meat Dinners 39*t i .

SOUP & CHILI CRACKERS s..D,. 29< JUMBO STALKS 6-ox. eon HI-ACRES The real thing* ._

SALTINES ,.L.. 29 TREETS ..L. 3S Celery 2/39*t Or'ge Juice 6/89 t



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98 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! I .a. MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA I Ii


.'D'K.... M UU'll, 3. 1986


i I[ City Of Keystone Baker SeeksCommission Spring Fesitval ,I Dr. Paterson Indians Close First Winning

More Fashion Show NEWS NOTES I
Spending
1 KEYSTONE I Asks Reelection Cage Season In Five Years I II
.
I Than ReceivesThe Set For Mar. 11 n.. Helen Elatl:

; Lr HIGHLIGHTS City of Keystone Dist. 4 Post A Spring Festival Fn.sliKini ,, T'o School Boardi I|I Kevslon" battling Indian.- troy following their d 'leat by

I Heights!: Is currently" spendingmore i Show will b-! ',h ell bv the j i KF.II'rOSIt'F.I.O! : \\ !'lIlli' I|' lost out to a icvenue minded Keystone eaillpr' In the sea' "on.
than it Is taking in n<"- combined Junior Alii i SciHoi i; Robeit I !\t. PaU'lsun (1.1'8( IIS ;.MKF.n': Hawthorne.[ 5.J-4J. In Class C Stefan. Brokas lei the lu-

; 7' By Emily Thomas ooidtnff to a study of the city's 7+ V Womnu's Clubs of K-y-stoni' present chalunan of the ClayI Thirty members and gu..t..1. ( Tournament action. Saturday I diiin scoring/ with 18 pol.it.! ;

financed by n cltUen committee ip' Heights! on March 11. with I Counts Boaid of Publii, Instruction enjoyed II luncheon and games( night. J lollawpd by Gary Cooper with

I Phones appointed by :Mayor; AI |proceeds: slated) fot the local( has announced his 1'111'1In; the private timing Hawthorne entered the re- 13 The Hornets[( dominated!
j Nelson.In I' scholarship: fund : ii.tentitin to neck,! /,-'-I'lectton'In loom of the Garden Rest.iu-: lonal tourney play-offs after I he name, takinic, the: first

1 Day 473-16B6 Nile 473.1589 I a pienminury report of pr's vrN"' Recipient! of last veu'saward : the May 3 Democratic Pil- runt last. ThursdayAllx knot,'klrw off Melrose ..7-:11.:: period! 18-12: the second< P>M-

the committee's findings/ the < of $15011' Miss Cathy i inn i';yDr. Ethel Weymiin. chairman Friday loci. fl-6.: the third 14-12: and

"Rain lain go away" has :NEWS:; IN UNIFORM I mayor told council membei-. Williams. )granddaughter" ) of : Patterson expressed Kiai was assisted bv :Mrs Keystone's defeat capped) the fourth 12-13 Ron :Mc-
been the theme sonw foi "onetime Pvt. Alfred D. Huff spent at n recent meeting\ that> 1 the Mr' and Mrs. John A.VII- ;,i laude far the opportunity to''I Nr the Smith/ and Mi,,:*. K. P'I', the first wlnnlnu ...ell."OIIn\ Kliov: led the Hoi'nets "CO. tog,

!in this neck of the 14 days with hisICe., the I city had a deficit of about lions a 19it5) urn/ dilate of r work/ In "one of the fll. test '' KRiin in the arrangements, I he nchool's history Foi the with 21 points. Supported, by

woods and we are beginntim 'former Sandra K Forth and 1 280O: last ;year: and! will Incur i K'vstone Hluli ('hool11 t I Is: I:, uowlMit school xvstPins! In the I Continued On Nevi Pane] i hornets it was a ie\eime ) Ie- [Continued On Next Panel, I

to wondei:! when it will stop. her mother Mrs. Florence I one of around l 1.000 this presently RtudviiiK; at Florin: ': .Shili-" of Floildu: Clay County I
Inspired:! by our guest scribe' Forth of Keystone following }'ear nt the rule of current State University 1 I I Schools hnhad /a 50 percent

gardening column last month uis graduation from basic I spending.; The !show will be held at 81 ( InciPiise in pupil cniollI ''

we Invested in a number of training at Ft. Banning. OaMis Members of the committee 1 p. m. In the Keystone" School I anent sine li0! '! AN OPEN LETTERFROM

packets of flower and vegetable :\ Huff Mrs. Forth and ore Ray Stamen (chairman/ 1 1I t"fit Cftfetnrlum. mil! ulll have Ifl, "I w :>uld Ilk' to contlnup my
seeds and in planting Pvt. Huff's parents Mr and Charles :McGlave and John A models according to l'hall'mAnl wok in improving the edtica-! ''

them made note that two of Mis. Alfred Huff of Staike. Riiffinl. Mrs O. J. :Mm I'I'he i ('. Ji. I hails( system for the youth of

1 them bore/ warnings/ about whom he also visited, traveled :I Nelson said the report reflects -i Commentator' will be, MrsGilbert Clay County through: an ex-
heavy being unadvi.suoie to Ft. Bennltift for the gradu- I I PAIl : wntcrings !! I a steadily climbing overhead Reed and:! fashion will
Because of me size" ui soon exec c Ise,s. Pvt. }tuft is and listed several Instances I be shown by 11 la's of Stt eke. I'hulIl<'c d and executed( construction
the seed which was miniscule. now stationed at Fort Knox. in which expenses I A Keystone Height-" native Co-chuiim: for the .affait. I program, and:! the O. J. Murrhee Sr.
9 Old Jupe Pluvlus wasn't Ky., for further training in could be reduced. He said ten- I>. Anthony iTonv i Baker, has 1 will be Mrs John W. Iown: best possible instructional I
looking over our should""' orelse artillery prior to entering' Of- tative recommendations! by the //1 thrown' his: hill 'in the "ring as I who will coordinate' the Junloi !' staff WOI kll111 under conditionsmost ,

: had It in for our garden flc.r Candidate School. His committee include: candidate' for the District I Club committees beneficial to the pupils
/ and our poor seeds may come wife Is a student at St. Johns Four seat: on the Clay County Models\ will be Mrs FoCI I. lid ten('hers: alike" Dr Paterson -
-That schedule show all r
9 all River Junior College. a Commission In the :May prim bald.Garden. I County Commissioner District Four
; up ove Keystone as a rev obligations of the city us of Bennett. Mrs W R Hii'evMis .
I suit of his delues.:: Thomas W. Potts. Jr. has I October 31 the end of the tl:!. m niailes Ann Henderson" Min 1
left for duty with Grandson! ( of '\". E" Baker
\ overseas Sandra Davis. Mis
Douglas!
cal 1 ;\'ear. Club TO THE VOTERS of CLAY COUNTY
iRfTJ.'srAYmy. He was foim- who.O!! state I'eple>lentlltlve
McKay. Mrs Floyd C KoonsMrs. .
That (a certified copy of
erly stationed at Edgewood''' the city audit be made avail and, Ncn.Uor from this dh.trlct.1 David Nelson Mis Albert Hears Discussion '
Arsenal. Md. the 3X year old Biker I
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able to any person ten days Bachmnnn. Mrs E. A I Of Rose Culture
TEEING: OFF Ing liiH second( "nice( for the
I prior to a city election. Dempsey and Mis R.ilph : 1 bear 'rli'inN. :
/ The Keystone Woman's 1 punt. In four yi-.iiM: A third Thomas. Tee ain tunloi Ur ,
Council Chairman Roy ,. s age g"mld""I'n: of the
Golf Association meeting: onFob. kips thanks .at'l generation Kt-vstonlnn.. faker models will be Omit :\111'a university .of Florida I l l/tl l kr tills .Method. of
expressed !! to f"l'ut-1 I would like 'In / >
'Is the Air
of and :Mis. T
:25! was the second round Him
), committee and asked Debbie Klngsbiuy.' Susan Biid meal of Ornamental' Hoiticul- 'to I tie \' tersof
1 fui further I \\'. Bilker, nnd attended, I lull-mini lug' mjsHf' tau "
of the Dottie Parks nine-hole theKeystone
( .
,, recommendations Sharon Brawn Dabble hey tme spoke uu the piloting, ('hl)' ('....Ult}. uli' 11111}' mil know'
j md Vesta Aiken 18-hole tout-I I heights ElementarySrhuol and Peggy Voylcs. mid) "culture of ruses.. when the tile -'tj/ f
namo ts. In the Aiken match' giiiiliiatinj from Green '
Vocalist for the intemi'sslon! Harden Club of the Lakes metThutsdiv
Mrs. Arthur Ketch won o\er RegistrationOf Cove Springs High School after acts will be Mrs Pattv Kate I Feb. 21, at the .I nut born, and,, '.."re'cl in flay. {'..innAH -

Mrs Fremont Tolles 3 and 2. H brief" stint in the US.Merdnnt Teriell. and the Kev"*.- ne home ...r10.: ''a.. Kilmund: I )'er. t\; .
Voters
Set Marine In 191a.! !;) He
Tn the consolation
match' ;
7'eachets will / 11Jm 1! The Intioduceilbv ,
present :! Mpp.imrv"s most of IlututiTH. of ('h''.*
Mrs GAY Livingston who hart For SaturdaysKeystone .joined the U.S.I'nt' \ In 1911 fashion show skit Kevstoii": MIH 1.. HI lip| linx. profnnn( County kll"I mil 11 tii\' |>u>rr and I '',fi} )! l
lost a sudden death playoff'! and was discharged in August /:-
i' Principal Joseph Benson nnd ch.iirnuin, Itntv ne\er hrnlliiteil III l tuiii.txeir. for "
to Mrs. E. F. Aiken on Feb. 21. area voter teals-:: 1913. Assistant Principal Hn I l"t'I'1, Dr/ :Ka.l.li'ii.. illustrated tin lietlerineilt, .>f our (',...nh'. Tin
on a''alnst Mrs. Ed Dwyer lJ'nt.lon will be taken each i Baker has attended( the University While have pl-inncd a conielv: Iris talk witli (coloipil, slides of ret'iirds. ulll .sho\' Hint I Iii,,\.. attemp

7 and 6. I Saturday during March from of Florid' und FSU skit also to be held during 1 ,lose, gardens In Floi, 1 iila, and trvl111 I hold the Mile 1111. inter nnil that ,
In the nine-hole play. Mrs. I 9am.) until noon and 1 until taking 1 xprLiiilucd" 1 morass in Intermission' time ruling witli gave valuable'l infoimillion on a7 IIh\IIt'! s miuliure. thai furftrry i
I Marshall Gallop won 0\1.1'1) 5 p. 111. at the office of the manHgenipnt and presently door prize dra wines. sail pirparation. Mite, ,,,selection itulliir %ppill. the. ('<'uiiit>' received. .
See Mrs Bill Smith and Mrs. Lois Keystone! : Hl'lghlsVater hold..< \nrationHl tojicher's. Tickets for the event n111 v IH'uniIlK.In.1/ cuntrol of pests a ..,,11'1"' '" leans of ...1'I.. I 'Ira

Walker over Mrs. Edward/ I Woks on Lawrence Blvd. beginning eitiltnite.' He is now\ employment I.e purchased from any J't.itsr'! Sovt-rnl nii-niheis" brought |rolld. nf. Hit 'nrruuq/ll'hmntl'| of ||ulli.urd > 4
III'NTLEY KEDFK'.XKX': Jr. of. ('II/1l1", i t
4'oiinly I..n tif ,
Wl'llht.l : Rntiuday. Match 5.Mis production." "lIp'vIKIII'with (or Senior Club member. mini,iline flower nmingpnicnts / / C'hlJ
Your Gulf Lifer The final /round of the two Marian Wilson. Clay Johns-Mnnvillc. : Cm'p. at to bit JailKed, and, eval- ( ''//1111\; ..I", '" I h.\.p lieen permitted, fit
the .
sent ieoili
| IIH C'lim-
tournaments will be played of their Green Cove Springs ualcil I by Mis I ICnieiy CooperMis | your County
County deputy supervisor Blue And Gold iiilsHltuitir from IXntrlit. 4. ,.
[Thurs.] plant ,
Reprcsetitatiie today If'lIl..tl'Atlon.111 i be at the Stilpllnx' showed a
IIEKE 'N TIIKKE: Keystone. location for the A member of I the Board of Banquet Held simple 1I1I. ;lpt'n table arninfivniiMil -
Two Keystoners who have Stcuuids of. the Keystone I and explaimvl' ( the
Ask him how on. Gulf Lif. I livnup of nowotcis For Cub ScoutsThe
Insuranc. with Adopt-A- returned home from the hospital Community Chinch Baker, is 1 mops! by w hli-h such an ar- -The
policy In order to be eligible: for Following Is But A Part Of My Record :
Plan can protect your horn, are Mrs Robert Jackson! also J director of Baker Sales 1'lInj.elllt'nt Is mud
I elslI'/I:: / tlon. each pet' son must eighth unnunl Cub Seoul
provide family income, add I and I little Miss Martha Jane Inc, a past muster of Melroxc' I'recedmg, the program. n
income to your retirement Schaeffer. both of whom were have been n resident of Florida Lodge F. & A. M: a 32nd 1 Degree Blue 'unit,' Gold! n.III'1 IIl't. held 1 brief business session wasconducted 1).1. 31I'11RlIEE-rraudrd; : : ,. I lie. ", ..tI..n) In' |iin..i..luise the llr-t Ruling :Machine. .
fund, or help tend chil- for a period of one! lust" S.iturdiv at the M.immlrHull '
your year fur .
deluged with cards and flow Mason, and a member by the president, f'l\V C >r>;Tl..MCHKIIIK
dren to colleg. and of Clay County for six was attended, bv approxIninlelv [ -
1'hnne 173-4310 ers during: their stay. months as well as being! a of the Shrine Club. inn Pub Sronts' and Mrs Iia' T Knye O. .1. ; .; mail.* I he nii>tli>n I.. e"tul>lisl h, u M'.VI I'I' : .V I'HOM( .
Box Hi.? E. F. r Buster 1 Aiken re-I citizen of the U. S. Persons' He Is married to the! former their frtinllic.sriibmimter\ AI the close of the meeting I'ITU SERVICE: : fur. t the IMiKiKN: : 'T: which |rlM-" all (,....Y
.' (entered the University of .lov Uiffnrd of Jacksonville H.. I efrushnients i were served by ('''Ullt,. liiiliijenl. Ill/ens In-e. hnspltal rare.O. .
Keystone. Heights/ 1 1.'. \wishing;; to011' in the May rt'v' tvninnIntrodiired \ .
t the hostesses, Mrs. and
(Continued on next ptrgt) I primaries must register during and,, I has four cliildte.il. I the /guests. who Included Mr. It. N l1l1d'rland H.iye: to the I -I. ;UUIltJo-u..ti.: : Ihr I motion. to hate the B.inr.l/ ..[ (''''11I'''' (iiiioii-.iuin-rs

.. I Iti I ill:\la time. Those wlshiiM to "Father, Rill" Worst.ill.of :2.1: iiieiiibcrs, and I four guests li> fimilNli' anil 1"gnlp| | trll". "' in. (Ihr ('lay :Meiiiitrl.il llo"|>i-
change' their registrations 01' Dates AnnouncedFor I St. Anne's 1pisropnlChurch | ; ] IIUenlUng. I tul. Out roloreil mill one. \\hit..*.
who IM lust lluthmtl I :
report current adiosses! mil ,
i iI also do so during this period Local Sale I reprpHentnlivi[ 1 : and' 1 l IJI' Phillpi. I .>. J. :.111'It 1(1 IKK: :-.NiH-i.nil.-d. the motion. tn ..,.r-sliiMisIt'. tillli Itr.i.lli.nl. ('i.iinly.' u

Of Auto Tags K. PniMon.s neighhoihooil. .., < 0111- 'f III: lUtiliT I'OINT for theway : farm/ I'lireiler. '. l In serge < 'lu.i' Cninil.i..

mlssioncr The special' geed 1 you u cotta tome In andSelect fl.) -I. .MI'ICItllKK' : :-rciin.tiil| ', unit rei-eited. (runs, I lie. <,.ncral !SITII'SilniliiNlra| -
Hill Addresses Clay County Tax Collector I speaker for I the event vnsiJohn ; lour favorite STEM: : tlnn, Kri'iKimil. Right-af-tl'ny/ franc. Old Miililli'lmrif, I Itoailtlirn : ,
E:. Wayne Oi'luer has a Sums. Chief Scout I- ".- '' liKOOK fiMintiilil |Ia-n. TKLK-: I Itriiniinn. l-lrlil. t.. Hie i u\iil ('i>mtt)' Line, In Hie :MiililliImrif .--
Keystone Heights nac..un-I relive the Alichu.i, DiHtrlilwlio t.ilt.U'II. '
of I '
I red that 1966 auto tall : a r i'a of ( laj; ( ''"nl}'.

RepublicansA : will take place in KovMonej I wus aciuoipiiMuvl, In III.MWlfP I.I..lI'liiiIiEE-Iw.'' ; : ", \..,lcil to piirrhiinf. mid nhirie'.. I Ihr ( 'OIICTllfll'.t: ; -
I Helght-s on March tt. 10 until meeting of Keystone : t.nlKel of .colts. .mil 1 u ,
11 from 9:30: a 111.11111113:10: / HI-I- '
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tine liiipimi'il'1 mi Hie T.M; \ \'folt'l:: for tills si-r\iic.
Heights!! Republicans was held I D. tn. nt t the municipal building vice( awanl were pirsunli'd, .. In t Agency I "',llIr la this liiillilinj. program| 'Iliiiiisiiiuls. of ,ilnlliirseri*
s Monday night at which\ time Hilly. Beam ..ic'nnl'"ll'Il't... General Insurance I paid out fur. riMilal for tnrluus' oflliei uhiih" .err nuts liirateil. ,
Harold' 1 Hill, of \Doctor's Inlet harry", Onctzmiin. deans in this bnllilinir.Ml .
Prisons wishing to. chase: I
candidate: for the U.s HOIIHO put/ .stripe, Ricky Ooutzimm.:.: axstdinner o'IR"-: ('/\ U'.\I.TV M\ II
of Representatives for the tug at that time must have I I stripe, and I David:, KINK: AUTO-BONUSKeyrton t>. .J. : 'ItKIIKK' 'has tulril.. ti> I-IHIHnil. '...I tit 4. 131( ) new1IEliNI.: s >, Second Ditrtrt of their 1965 auto lettlstrulloii! [ Tin'acker, nsnt dcnnut stripe heights, 473-47WJ I ; nol' \'\OTIMi \('IIINI: -: \V\KKMOrsi; ) "{:. gl\ 'lug| thfiltlens .

a spoke to the assembled 1"101'11111'1 with them. Cost of the tans and, one year' service/ pin liellrr Hcrtiii. mill at the iiiine lime protei' '''tiiiK tliuoiint.t ,
is 'D" series( $1409; plain ; .' .' InteHlnii-nl' In Hie VO'lIXi( :MXCIIIMIS.:
on the future of the Republican ( Wolf Badges: or'ank/ wenpicHcnted I
"W"Aeries..
series $2222.:
1 Party In this urea. $3034 ; and "WW" series to Hi,'me Hunnon O. .1. .'II'UICII.t-I"1C; : u '1'lm"'r-all.I-'alf.I."ulII. liloisi-ir lias al\nvs siiiporleil| .
1 Hill stated that a number Keith hats, and I.ul'TUI''/ !(- I, KEYSTONEDriveIn the (OUM" .\4iFT.NT and MOMK: IUS..IICl'IUS:; .\li.
i or Republicans were/ seeking $3847MELROSE nelt. KNT'S:: ttnik. hi our. (....unt... He hrs. nlvtnys siijipi.rleil)'{ ', Ilii-ir

public office in Clay and surrounding .Vt.tt4.t4.VYVVtt.tTn see Mis: Hill Warren wan lecojjni7eil Theatre Itl'IKtl-.T reinest| wlu'll. rIdem uns |iri' *.ented:. la' 'support'| | .ofoi'Prary
countius. and that for the work. she ItuI'' liiulnet' .IIH. reuse.

ITo there may be primary rates omit, for Cub: Scouting In tlir, FrI., Sat.Mari-h: 1 1. ;5; O. f. \1I'IIIU.t-hll.: : : ruled. /I.. tiiMish. flit. I..XV' ('OI'.N) ': 'l"\' ( 'IMI IIKI: ..KV-.T: :

In some instances He noted past II.VOI'O'1"11'8.' and all den mid .still tubsa| ,. maintain' 'this Important" riiiiitlon"' nf inir
Fricnds and that considerable interest had I I mothers and) assistants WPH- The Secret of (- "'::00')'>' (list 1':1:0011:00'1'1.1.: : :: .ureas. .. nf. our. ('uuoly' liutnnr .. ,.
My been shown In the party by BT Sally Kothhammcr I chinked' h.the, ('"lIhr..sl": ,r My SuccessIN ".1\ .>il I I ii In* eiiilpmenl| and" \iirions other. ,uppllrs|>| HirniiKli
persons throughout the district. : far, t MICH. w'oik In the iiiucnt ('it II. l.tI.'I.; u; stet.:
Citizens of Clay County and predicted, that Republican &AAa11A1,1 uAAAAw..&AA1bt'FI.I'ATF .. I I )'C'III'i COI.OIt
I registration would be BRIDGE: O .1. Ml 'ItlCIIKh: : ::-him toted. .mid. sn|>|ioited' the ireiilii.n ,,r .it (1)\1'\: 1'1'111.1 1C
I rKKK: : l.lllUXKt' for our CIIIeiiH.O. .
at an all-time high: for the 1st place-Mrs Moil Cook 1 A ( .I..lI'Il'd11 In the Tl :1,1.: with shlrle) .luni'rm
I would like to make a public announcement thatI coming elections I Miss Iva Hlllyei '.7nd place i fJKAIMI; hrlni rrsults. .1.! \lI'ltllIll'-h'III"{ ; : t ) one nf. the luriee (County Tuvpu.tei far al"1I3" heenlullrented "
I will be a candidate for County Commission for Hill introduced H..mVp.b- HITS, w.. j. Gnolick'shoe: oc..,.,- p In M-elntf Hint l the Cfiimt.t' reeelted. it ,dollar tiilnefor

Ditrict0.! '; 2. itei. of Oi.mgtPark, / chairman sic. Rutheitoid" : 3rd place each, ilull.ir. spruli| ; hut lit I I the saute time kiioviv. that "<.
j I of the Clay County: \ \11 s. Ray Becker, Mrs John must keep| purr ulth ,ert ieen for. our. (,'.."n''.\' (Itl/ens ttilh
I \vaborn: and reared in Clay County attending I Young RepublUan Club who !Strewn/ 4th place-Mis B A 11% Inerenseil. niMiliitloii| | nnil .needn.. .of toiln.t: ,, .

Clay County School married a Florida girl, I said that the next meeting of I Allen Mrs E. B. doss II. .1. Ml 'Klilll'K. ;-Hiipiiorted' Hie :\F.:\\ IIK.M/I: l ('eS'I'l: I';11 tihlih, "u, hliilt tinder
I Emma Smith in 19:56.: I have been a taxpayer the group" would be held in WOMVVS CLfB; the. IfillIh.r'"nd. nits 1..clc.1I1hl..
since reaching the of 18.I Keystone Heights on March 7 I The :Melrose Woman's Club .
age at a place to be announcedlater enjoyed a line program at O.I.. .Ml 'lillllKK:-hit. eontiiiuiiiiHl.t. { xlrlted' ( to h..lil! the tax line.; Clnj. C unt.v
member of the Methodist Church of in the week has, u hitter .niillnice rule. Hum tiiool. of our neighboring' / rminHeN. ... -
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am a I their last nieetlnii Mrs. Jjseyn j
Other Hum.. the 1 17 nillU It tnUen. ,to operate' imr .HI'hooN,
A member of the Agricultural Stabilization : the FoieUn"
Orange Park. < Boyd of ;
un opernte. the rent of. the count}' needs.. nn (11.11/1/! 11.11I.. '.
and Conservation Service, Chairman of Friends Committee of the
Board of U. S. Dept. of Agriculture under Civil : k Calendar I Flr"t.tethodi"t:\. Church 01! .1.Il.IUllf.I"{ ; "' toted. ,to ,make. .addition., 'to four )present. ( Ol, Itl'IIOfSK.,
f 1 : it hi,'h "ineniM b4.tter'rr'iii' fo the people of our {
I Defence. Cattleman* Association Past :Master of Gainesville brou4ht> six! young( 'aunll.1'hese;
-tudeiHs: at the Unlveisity fueilltiesluiie. lieen lidded uiHionl II"." extra niilliiice. ,,,. heliifflet
Cabul Lodge =No. 116 Past Patron of Order of Saturday/ March\ 5-County They piesented a most interesting led for ir niiniher. of ,ears. and' uri* paid for. In full al thistime.

: Eastern Star No. 45: York Rite Bodies and. Moroc- voter registration 9am till 1 program telling of their .

oco Temple. noon. I til 5 p. m Keystone! 1 home lands which, Incljded: Actually, It's u. .1. ;Ml 'KKIIr.:K:-UMS, instriiiueiilnl... ',, in Hie County' Cnmmitnloiirr. 'building. rt

I for six by the Florida] I Water Works Office Lawrence India. Japan ermany Switzerland l.lhrar.t in Keystone' HeihtH| for I Ilie. cltl/eiis' of Hint. area of
was employed years
Blvd. I and England Japan- the County.'
| No Trick At All!
State Racing Commission as Chief Inspector. After -
Tue'iday. March 8Worn- ,'"e and Indian :'ie.ss' for women .
working with the Florida Highway Patrol for an Club business meeting "were modeled and I'el'pe'h'oln 41.I.. .Ml ItlCllr:!.,-supported. Hie pnri'liuse. of u Kooltiimhlle. for the. 'IIIY ( '''''111)'

two ;ears, I resigned to go into business for my- end election of officers 2pm i-nch of the five i OUn- There's:< nothing( the lent. hit complicated\ I.Ih.a'3' '}',Ira.. .

self being engaged in farming, cattle and timber- Keystone :Municipal BId. tries were yh'en. Women's life bout l borrowing( money here for any O. .1. .til. ItlCIIKK; :-hai.. npported. Hie reeenll.t .11I1.1..10..1| Juvenile.. :lirltiT. for

land. At the present. I am a pulpwood broker. March Keystone City Council I and work/ was of special Interest worthwhile purpose. (Our service i is (liiy Count}.

meeting 7:30: p. m. and was emphasized.Mrs. friendly The cost .
cooperativepeedy. .
O. \IIIClUIfot-h"; : supported and Mill continue. to support this tl.I \ \ ( Ol '-
If elected I will not be dictated by or
any person Wednesday. March 9-Auto Boyd described the
I of our loans is low and terms are con- T\ \Ur."Ttt1t" : ; 1"lIn:: HtI'\It'r\Ir-\T: : ::: :<4.
special! interest! groups and will always vote on tag sales 9 :30 a. m. until 3:30: work of the Fotelgn Friend \enitnt.

every issue on the basis of what I think Is right. p. m Keystonefuniclpal Committee and asked for donations O'I..lI 1'IClUltt-hll.: : ttorknl. and tut.-d for the mile of Keteniie ('...tllI..,."..> Inorder
BIlIl.: to their! loan closet OTHER SERVICES to speed{ 1 up the i-iniKlriii. lion of :set.ondary IEUAIIH bi t'lay
I am grateful for the many old friends along Thursday :March 10-Auto which is operated:! for the ('umttyI! hut I Mould 1 oppose' the Main of 'Koiult |>iinlile from' .Vdaloreiii

with the new ones! and ask the support of every tar sales. Same as above benefit of the foreign stu S.ninjfs:< Accounts, ( Checkin: Accounts! Car \'.. Tax en. (fur this purjxiHe.

r citizen in Clay County. If elected, I pledge to cooperate Friday. March 11 Auto dents and their families. Loans Home Loans Safe Deposit) In .I..I.A'. ) I would like t.. thank yon for any loiiHiderntion yon nilhl. | Kite;
with the other Board Members, County tail tales. Same as above A delicious lunch was served me' ,hi she' eoiiilnn rlei. .Hon. I promise. If re-elevted' .. {'..lIlIly CcMinulssloner from
Officials and county employees. Junior-Senior Woman's Club by the hostesses, Mrs. Fred Itlslrht" .. I 'Unit I ulll( continue In M-rte all of the penpliof' our "county mill thatI
Spring Festival Fashion Show. bell.! Mrs. O. A. Godley. and:: KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember I ulll continue" my tight for pfflelent .mid effectltn Ooternnient.Sincerely. .
8 p. m. Keystone School cafetorlum. Mrs R. P. Vosh.CIIL'KCH : .
Elbert D. Saunders Admission. \ ( ; SEWS : F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights" Fla. .

Saturday. March 12-County The Ellam Baptist Church "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly O. J. tI'UIU"" ':":. s.n.
voter registration. Same at will have their H mt MI..onPrn
rl.\ Pol Adv.) "
I ('am montly. raId Pol'tl-' \ dBRAOFORD <
Mirth 5 r9m. March 8: at T-'in:: p.Cru.uL'I'td I
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Indians Closer 1 luncheon and social. hour will I I munltv Churches will he held I Means and Mrs Charles Mc- : Band Instruction I Chance NamedTo Roy Griffin's area and you nn l Mrs F M Gordon In i KrddUh during the", week
be held In the March 10
Community on at Seabreeze
Qlave. have been designated will know! When the fishing Bunnell. Mr and Mrs Bill Black of
Winning Season Church educational building United Church. Daytona I chairmen of the local fund To Be OfferedAs U. S. Council
begin to get good folks who Mr. and Mrs. I. P Rafimn Pensacola visited Mrs Black's(
on March 10 at 12:30.: ( Volun- Bench at 9.30(
starting : a m.
dilvc., : l like to catch fish Just visited Rev. and Mm Joe brother M L. Turner and
(ICont from proceeding Pare] teers are needed to set tables Curs will leave Keystone at S.rn. 'j KHS Elective j Of Civil Defense
The three
( Keystone volunteers I l ly flock to that Roy natUJ'DI-1 Raulerson In Orlando over the Mrfl. Turner last week,
on Wednesday March 9, at 2 a. .
Andy Blackwell with 13. recently attended an I to honey'! He has weekend.Mr. .
Beginning In September.and Clay County Civil Defense
p m and for hast; and hostesses The annual Silver Tea will
Hawthorne romped over for the luncheon for aerv- be held at 2 p,m March 17. Area Cancer, Crusade Conference -I b will DP offered as anleetivP Director Ray Chance was appointed some good l'epoI.ts--but then I and Mrs. Bailey, Mr. :a 1"1'14',': 'I'U I"I"K'U.IN .
Friday night with a and luncheon in Gainesville and Mrs Mrs ''tilt') II' < oi itr. liltS
Melrose I i isn't 'someone who would sit George Tribe. \0.
of( the
chairman
\ing. and kitchen duty after- Mrs. William Reynolds Jr 1 la> i c subject In the rcgularcurriculum vice DI vn. ri.oiiiutt,
offense which the whore national and state. George Roberta Mrs Mae
ttrong gave we rds. general chairman and unnounces -I j I|I nt }(Pyst'one U S, Civil Defense Council out In that mess of weather, i\ fitcii: t.Caw .
Hornets a 14-11 lead at the Cancer Society officials bpoke. Wells Mrs. Effte Miner ;Mra.: ,,
and we had over the weekend welcome N. UU14riiHrlpx
Friends will be interested that there will be 'a nursery I, School according to PiinclpalI Committee on Industry ,
of the after j Mrs Murrhee said that' i Ed Durban and Miss Enza I j I iimmnl.I [
end second period I to the 13 he I'luintirr,
pounder
Robert got
Joseph B Benson. Facilities! by General
A to know that Mra. Walter for small children. Reservations !- I i | ,
vii I Kuril 1 il* Milliard n.'f"n.htn..
taking the rtrst quarter. 14-6; plans were underway for ahou.sotoliouse Blanchard enjoyed a picnic in ,
II' Dunwoody of Geneva Trailer may. be made by I Groundwork, for the course| Belts of Orlanao.: president. of home with? I do not begrudgehim ; ;MITK'K. ) : TOPP"AH I "

bnd continued to dominate 'I Park will return to the J. j phoning MPH. John Bird 3- I I campaign in was laid by th school PTA I t the ftroup that one or the nine Green Cove Springs on Thursday Ti, Itlilh Il.! Illlllnrii<
ttit 'ame by racking up tile 1 \I the t Keystone area and I I of lust week. They visited You a r.. hfi i'+.limttlllfil I I I tliiua t
have Inharge pounder several smaller
llillla Miller Medical\ Centerin 4700, or Mrs Barry Wyman i /itnri Boosters' Club which Chance has been placed or .
Hiilt fiff nl\'r. ,,
|I that the < h.ia 1 beenI'lieil
third period. 11-2 and claim- croup hoped! to spon- Uustafson Dairy and other
I allocated funds totaling $600 of Inspection and I'e- ones he got! I say he deserves ..
about a week for bone 4734956. Ray Vaughn. who c : I UKUllixl! you In I the iil>o\t.
the fourth. 10-8. for a 18 I I I I for a benefit dance. If a suitable 'I points of interest. ',,
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U4i grafting in her hip. which I, writes and records sacred, music I toward organizing a band. A' porting!! on area Industries them! Betty's parents Mr. named ( "ri unit iaiiK"< and! von.
point victory marfrln. : location could be obtain and Waynr. Harper, who is In nr** /ri' iulrwl. t tn nirv.. a t'n-py: of,
was fractured in an acc1d..nt'about | will be the !guest artist. I'TJoUS j I i complete program will b'1' laid with regard to their facilities Mrs. Auttie Holbrook and
the loss of Haw- training with the National vi.ur 'nn*\\" 'l'" I'i i lfuciiriif' ( I i 0 I UKjomplulnl -
j Despite a year ago. .\"' : ST.UC I ed.CIU'HCII out by the end of the prmcntVrm. i In the event of a nuclear attack their grandson Joey Brock ) nn U". plu jilt try. At-'

thoiTif Saturday night the COMMUNITY: ('IIt'R('" I March 1 was the last: official I Imet'tlng NKWSA I I so that stud-nls may : He has !sent letters to came up from Plant City to Guard In Alabama spent the I..r..y. I linn I. It, A, (lr..i.fl and
ended their run treat was lIven to weekend with his grandparents I file, Cite. In II"l.f' "l ,
Indians cage action spend original < > .r
Dr. Peter Deyneka general. Indu e tinsubloct! In tlWtrplans each of the Industries notify:\ the day on Sunday
of the timid '
; ,,,
with 11-9 record and chipter the congregation of the Community Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre. t lll fink of ihf' On 1 nil I milt
an I director of the Slavic: Gottpel. Worthy :Matron:\ Kdvthe: Nicholson for the coming veal I i lust> them of appointment\ There was other company also. <>.n or hffore. .HIM I IxtH duor
their first winning season in I : Church who heard r. and vatt. He him only a short time I .Vnrrh., IMilH' niiipiwiMi. tin*
| Assn. of Chicago WHS' guest and Worthy Patron Az- Instruments Needed i and requesting their assistance everyone enjoyed a huge alli I-
I Peter Deyneka. General DI- I until he will be at home again. l trillion "f *uld "t'ompitiliit, ,
fi\e years j ) \\:11:
at the mOI'nlnwor., Benson stated that the In the fish dinner could
spcjiUcr !\ Tln Williams find protect. or you ,, ,
a special ,
rector of the Slavic | Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles t lnk-n" HH <'''"fe.1 KEYSTONE; Cooper 3-7-1 ship last Sunday. He alao I courtf'KYVa... given! for the I Gospel I school was anxious( to secure I j Task Force Invite have guessed? .. xhiiil, 1 ,i..' millull.-i,<
13: M Brokas 1-1-3; S I3rok.i spoke to the Sunday School occasion. New officers appoln- ] Association of Chicago.$ speakto donAtion! of instruments re- Chance has received an Invitation Shuford the latter part of ollfurh' \\.,'k( I I"0 i four., ,HHfnlivp ,
I them at the the week were. Dr. and Mrs. ,' \\okn. .111- Biarif'jid
OOOMoon I morning
9-0-18: King. ; servtees -I .n '
students, and was guest. at live, and elective will be Installed gnrdlcss of condition. and I to become a memberof ,
I i olltltx' 'rIoIl"h I i
the Whalen Dunn and Mr. and
1-1-3; Osteen 3-0-6; the Men's Club dinner :Monday:- at 8pm, on :March:' 5. evening young people's I would take the necessary steps a special task: force of the J J I'Illtt. ,.ll I Inn. 1 1",I"I ii, "It"'. .t I K. I"igil-

TOTALS. 17943.HAWTHORNE night. deft'rlblnlhis: exper- i, The ceremony will be open to service on Sunday and : to put them in woikinn condition i Research and Survey Division Mrs. Charles Tharp of Char- ::4 M\' I at the lotte Va. :Mrs. J. ,
Men's Courthouse .
: Club "Kl.i:
[
Bwkham. meeting '
|, fences behind the Iron Cur i U, S Civil Defense Council I .
nnd memberaof
friends,
relatives '
_ :Monday nlsht. Dr I T. Wright and daughter of i 11.\HI.I'I;" \ n\ I-lln.
3-37 Blarkwrll. 5-3-13 Deyneka Is I
: tain. the :Masonic. and Eastern There are several instruments Meeting slated to be held In i )Il1rl .if 1 ill, i'i.i., '' ,' "'IBy
EllOJ.. 9-3-21 Ellis. : one of the few Americans who Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Carl .',
;
Mc'I'I The World Day of Prayer Star orders. I presently at the school Washington; O C. on March : Baptist ('hirj': I ''Ii''," ,
Hugnes!! 1-1-3: QlllanO.! ; has preached In a Protestant fora I Shuford and family of Eau -
which have been hand ,
observance on Feb. 25: was Following the services a Church Inside the Iron ( on 20-23 a signal honor received First Bd.pU.st Rev J. D Gallic.
TOTALS 19-15-53 curtain. I I
fairly well attended. Representative reception will be held In the.I On a recent visit to the communist number of years on loan I as a result! of his efforts as' I I I Bowen. pastor; RalPh Ctope- The Paul Bennett family

i church leuli-rs: Liking banquet hall of the :Masonic. countries he preached I I from local persons. No; records j area civil defense director I! land organist. spent the weekend with Mr. >oAUTO siippLir INC-
the were: I, were kept of the ownership of REI'ORT
: part on program Temple I In Leningrad and Moscow In Worship services : Sunday and :Mrs. Allen Carter and ,
First Baptist Church. Mrs, | 1KKMKM: : .\KKKS :NO'TICK these Instrument and, It Is In the February Civil Defense -I
NEWS NOTESFrom I : I the single Protestant Church I 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. (nursery family In Jacksonville.!
I I.enmon Want' and Mrs. James IChasteen | I requested that any person who bulletin. Chance reported :
The Keystone HomemakersClub !! within each of these huge n>enl. Wednesday. 7:30: p m Mr 'and :Mrs. Jim Burton of
has: loaned an Instrument to answering ten P
St. Anne's Epiaoo1pal ) emergency!
will meet at 9-30: a.m. cities. In his talks. he shoed I I I Sunday School 9:45: a. m Jacksonville were Monday
Church Mri. A, C. Mingle- the school In the past, or who < alls Including four fires, an I I'
Wednesday.!! March 16, in the slides! of pictures taken by I f nursery openl. Training Union visitors of Mr. and :Mrs.: Paul
( preceding! !page) I! dorff nnd :Mrs:\ Alex Brokas, ; | knows. of such person. please auto accident:! on Feb. 28. and 6:30
I Clay Klectrlc: conference! room. him In these churches and In : p m. (nursery open! DlnklnaMr
'Community Chlll''hlrs., ::\ A contact the principal. no that administering first aid to a :
Mr and Mrs. Axel Malmgren I Spring fashions will be the the cities he visited: I Iomp ::\ and :Mrs. Phil Eunice of
be
Sumli'i- deposition inn1:
N. gunshot
'C. Holt. Mrs. R. may I victim and two per- I I Catholic '
were In rhaigt of finance: a idfntertalnment. I : topic of tIc4u'4510n.KEYSTONE' An informal covered dish Micunopy were visiting* Mr..
land, and. ':Mm. A, A. TtraincrJ. :1 of them If those owners wish ons' needing oxygen. A lost St. Williams Fr. Thoma,
lun- I supper Is planned at St. Edwnid's and :Mrs J, H. Mr ..
Following Eunice *
to school! I
j Mis Ralph Thjmim snnjf/ a II donate 'them to the ( child reported In the Silver Kelly priest In charge Mrs
I Church In Starke for I I ; Selma Kimice: and, other I'ela.
(rheon bingo enjoyed.Guests a
was sacred number. Hriornp.imed" i I they will he arc( !"pted and repaired Lake area was located and returned E. A. La ram. organist
St; Patrick's Day celebration,. I I I lives Saturday.Mr. ,
attending Incltiaed :::\ I I otheiwl.-e. the to Us
at the pin no byIt'ft. Ijeorgo |I s"hool'l parents on Feb Masses:: Sunday, 9:15: a m
Houston Drisroll Alex, Morton Canova The offerings from d'nlnishlch: a color televls-I would! appreciate the I 22. and a report) of a low fly- slons 5 to 3:30: p ni, each Sat-' I : anj Mrs. Bobby Grift1ianil
and :Mrs.: Hone Halsall of HILTES! I ion AM-FM" : transistor I children/ of Jacksonville ,
the chrrch women of the U !I cli lmln' them so that' room I iiiK plane was found to be urday.

the Starke Senior Citizens S. and Canada will 120 to the .1 end cordless electric carving I may be availaM- for those bHlonaln vroundlcss. Novena and, Benediction spent Sunday with :Mrs. PejiileStarllnif. ,
Club :Mrs.: Irene Schrelner and i knife will be !lIven away I I :: I
: various Christian colleges In (From Proceeding Page) :Mrs.: Helen Tillman of Keystone : Africa, Ania, Europe, and I Lenten devotions will beheld I .. n ire, Inl.IO! i< peilod .. ...YY. .. YTYY I VI..itlnjf11'::\ and "Mrs. B. L. i iWllkison

; Mrs. Hilda Forayth!! Latin America. Florida Teaching Hospital I at St William's on Mondays the band l I" expected) to perform -Inte'rdensoninatioisalCommunity during the weekend

house guest of Mrs Catherine I ADVANCE NOTICKS::!: Sunday preparatory for sulon '- at 7:30: p. m. At school athletic evtnls INDIAN BEACH Church Dr were Mrs. B Wllkison, Jr,

Hopkins Mrs. :Mary Van '\. C Holt minister! and :Mr and Mrs. Charles
; Trustees of the Church will I !THY Tuesday luring the year, and will be : MrsOeorge Wil- |

Stone. of Albany N. Y a cot \ meet Friday night March 4, !| APRIL CANCER MONTH uniformed ns !soon as liinds I Canova organist! klson of Starke. :Mr. and Mrs ,

sin of Mrs. Robert Ferrell, at 7:30.: I April! has been designates Melrose become avallab'e' 1Lake Santa Fe) Sunday School 9:30: a, m Edward Rowe.( Mr. and Mrs u did a HIM | b but yaw*

and a new club member :Mrs: I The Northeast Area Meeting I as National Cancer Month according I Mrs. JIll:. F, Miller. Sr. Morning Worship. 1 11 1 a. m Jerry Wilklson and family of'r | bull It *
:JUitta Loback of Crystal Lake;, I : of the Fellowship of Com- 'I I to Mrs. 0. J Murrhee! Original Hats : AAaAAA&AAAaAA.. I : Nursery open both hours!, Jacksonville i i And Faint It With
AIAAAA
The regular covered disfc i I Jr. pAll :Mr.:\ and Mrs.
who. with Mrs. Ocoi e [From Kenny Llnzy ACRYLIC VINYL
Proceeding Page
I I Are Highlight I I have to say about last -Epi co"al of High Springs were visiting

m, Quest speaker Is Mrs. W, Of Card I week my apologies:: St. Anne's Rev W. W her parents :Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Ext Int. Tung Oil's
Party '
A Flnley Jr. please? Worstall! vicar: R. O Copeland Patrick Snnd.iy

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELRQSE I Teena Rothhammer la the I The Camellia Card Party, I We have had SOME kind of I' org&nlst.! Mr. and( Mrs. James Anders Best

_ new treasurer of MYF at the] sponsored! bv the Kevstone I weather out here-and as of Morning' Prayer and Ser who recently came back from; 12 COLORS

Melrose Methodist Church I Heights Woman's Club on; yet, we have not decided Just mon. 2nd and 4th (Sundays Texas And resided here for a

Sunday nights meeting was I what kind! The roads are ter 3:30: a. m. !Inursery open) 1 I while have moved to Palatka,
Monday afternoon had turn-
BUSINESS a GAL. $3.95
DIRECTORY
I called oil[ because of bad I out of 3B persons' who brAved I i i' I'lblepractically Impassable, Holy Eucharist and sermon :Mrs. I D, R. Redding spent'
weather but then this 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A
rain and tornado warnings! to Is no news to the weekend with her sister

The Sunday School Class participate In the affnlr. I you who live out here so let M. (nursery openl Chiuvl: :Mis Bertvce Sullivan in Jack.: & WAUTO 5tiPiEY INC

for the Young Married at th", me get on with that School. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu- sonville.!
APPLIANCES I Held at the 41 C. IWOWNtlE .
:. AUTO SERVICE j;, Electrical: Sales & CYeoman's Ellam Baptist Church held Masonic Hall \tr. and ohailst. 8am. each Sunday.Evening ," ST.THONC
the party also featured' an orIplnal I Mrs Arthur Lut- Mrs. Joyce Futrh was the M4-4441

KING'S 'OpcMi House" for Eliza and I hat contest, with Mrs I. 1ll'IIS have been putting theli Prayer 7:30: P. M dinne guest of S, J, Futch in I

T V Service Center II Electrica I Dick 7-30: p. m Saturday: j Mary Haves of Gainesville i| cottage to use l lately. They: each Sunday, EYC 6:?' P. M. Jacksonville Saturday !i1or9s! HACOWARE ANd) SUPPvJ

J. K. THIRS Proprietor, \ Service Station I Sales] & Service l night Pat Hagttlunds! home.rEitsoNU.s winning first prize with her came down from Jacksonville each Dally Sunday.offices of Morning Mrs A E. WLndham. of 301 C. CAU ST.fMON .

Frlgidaire Appliances I'large concoction of artifIcial' ,recently and brought their and Jacksonville and :Mra. Eliza.
I
AsUiorLztd Motorola PhUco USED CARS AT I "Maytag Washers Mi and Mrs Fred Younn'sguests I; daisies' springing\ from a bed i I :laughter, Dorl.s: as well as Evening; Prayer 8-00: A I beth Basll of New York City ? 144,5291WE

Bales and Service I IIARGAIN PRICES Zenith and :Motorola: TVSiegler I :\ from Wednesday I ct natural netHer prize was their son. BUI.! They came by M. and 5:00: P. M. I II visited :Mr and :Mrs B. E.

through Friday: wasfrs] a n"'a .._ u._ .'-___ _. Palal.k.. nnrt.. viltlrorl......I. TOMI.... ...-.. .TT.,. I __P..t.v'I.. ...._.. I
Heaters -
i rt % ni\ UllllltJII LiltKliaiV VI ----- .uz n.
!Service! On All Make Special This Week
I 1938 CAD1LLAS I P. O. BOy Kit :MnlrotiPhono ',5 r Young's/: relatives. Mrs H. H a tiprlnqr bonnet by Mrs J. l lea student at St. Johns River I Faith Presbyterian ChurcJi

TV RADIO STEREO I 1959::; BELAIR CHEV I 4732371REPAIR Howell: Mrs K. M. Dolun an1 1 A, Williams! Junior College. Ellen's sister. -Rev. J. R Neale Ji minI -

OLOR TV 1957 CHEVROLET 'children and Mrs John Cal- j Other hat wlnneis'' were Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty" Smithof i I L ter: ]Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist HAVE THE GENUINE'

hoME: : 'fhnnof Madison: W Va. Mrs Gainesville were over for ; Mrs.
j Mrs. Marshall Gallop seet- Carl Swisher, ?
n4
Work Guaranteed--TV Rentals :MELROSE 175-2181 Young and children accom-| cut hat: Mrs Julius Hanson. lunch and some fishing but summer organist.

\V.mt Paneling? panted the relatives on to strangest hat: Mrs J, A Williams mainly to show our lake to Sundav School 9 J;, ... m .I.: t I I ii __,

Keystone Heights. 413-4851 MELROSEAuto Need Shelving? Clearwater for the weekend largest hat: Mrs/ Kath- some Tennessee guests of Morning Warship, Ham 1i

Doors Need,! FiXing? !Mrs. Youna'a mother will reside nine Carlton. most Ingenious: 'theirs. The Lutgen's older son Sunday, (Nursery open both :FLEX-O-GLASS
:
Service CALL: I In Clearwater for an In- And Mrs Roy Bridget oddest naiu; and his boss. Van Noreen hours J t'

Richard Jimet, Prop. :efinlte time Judges came during the week
KEYSTONE were Mrs. Leila
AUTO REPAIR Mr, and Mrs Pied Abel! Mundy. of Leila's Shop in and fished They got a good ; yy..y..y.. y..y.. LI )GLASS-O-NET
y
Former Owner J. L Motors spent a few days last week
Home Repair Starke, Mrs/ Eve Baldwin an-j:! string of mixed fish. The Lut-
Macclenny & visitina): friends! in Orlando. Mrs J, A. Griffin I gen's hope to spend more
Improvement Service also of
I I I LAWTEYDj '
St Petersburg and Sarasota time here )V/YR-0-GLASS
and
soon plan
Goetzman Bros. General RepalisNew .P. 0. Ho\ 12: I Starke. Chairman of the eventwa. I to
Mis, W A. Raley's intends of I Mrs! Fremont Tolles. who return to live here/ again/ in

& Used Patu Keystone: lIel hl'l! Fla. Dade City. Mrs Ann Howell was assisted by Mrs. Earl the not too distant future. I Enzit BlIncb.r.

GarageREPAIR Phone 17.'M7.: : :> nnd :Mis. E. E. Ennls Mr I )SCREEHGLASSFLEOPANE
Standard Oil stopped Vo 'les. Mrs' A A. Malmqren, and Mrs. H D, Finley
ProJul'hMEI.ROSE A (' 'iipra1 Contrui'tor' 'j .666..6.
!Hperlalilng by for a visit Saturday. Mrs. Sarah D. McDonald andMrs. spent the weekend "In" from ."..

WORK for In the !SM: .\II..John Mr and Mrs E W, Revels Bill Smith, Signs advertising Jacksonville Mr, Flnley was C'lirnC'H .\('TJhTlEsUritce >

the ('oniiitliiire' :'lIe. t'l for a month was Mr the party were hand celebrating his 20th year with' ( :Methodist( : Church

:MOTOR BODY PAINTING of (lie hIiInfMn nl'r. nnd Mrs Walter Smith and painted Winn-Dixie and School 0.49: : am. Wirf HANOI
USED) CARS by Mrs. Henry Srhu- says he plans | Worship 11 ON TIll IOOI MI Nf IttlltACtlOH uAsNIab
PORTABLE WELDING Serving ('Ia)' and Mi' and Mrs Robert Hellene-! her, to retlie down here some time a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer .

Also Lawn Mo'er.outbolU'dMotoN WE HAVE GOOD Bradford Counties! worth of New Augusta In'.!. Dessert and coffee was servo within the next ten years! Circle Monday: 9 am.IYF: BUILDERS
HARDWARE
El'lwlltV.. Revels They did Wednesday 8 pm. .1 & SUPPLY
Used NUUSERY>: Jr. of ed during the afternoon and some fishing, but

Cars and Trucks I Plant City, on route to Jack- ,' there w.'re. 18 tables: of various: report not much luck ."'..,._IMn'First. '_ _Bnptlst.... : Sunday, 301 E. CALL ST.
sonvllle( on business! stopped Mr. and "Mrs English Hilton ii' ui ju am., Worship 11 I -
21 At Saving: 1'rlcei O.C.Carnea ) J ames played by the parti :, a.
Hwy Keystone Heights Nursery m.
I and l the were down and 7:30: p,ni.
I lover spent nlaht with | cipants. opening their lake Training:
;Next to Drive-In Theatre %eiI Get It For lou fllwbv 10O Kloruhome r his )Jnrt'nts.\Ir! and Mrs. E place recently Their younlle -'! Union 6:30: ) pm. Midweek s..rvl..es i2

Phone 473-S1O4) If We 1>0l1't Have It Miles!! SE' : of StarkNursery I,'I W Revels. last Friday. I'Robert t daughter. Beverly and her Wednesday! 730.: Rev J,
'S1"Ck Thou Jacksons ,K.:
Mite/ & Sun. 473-3183( new I whose Norman brought the
ands. of Mr. and Mrs E I VanNet- groom name I mes
Plants:: Jt Fruit !
Vernon
Buff sage last'
Garage Trees to chOC>8,
Shnde Trees. Mvergreena day this wek They were Mr'VanNetta's the U of F to spend the day invitation of the pastor
Rev
llwy. 100 Charles
Keystone
Ilxta. & Landscape. Plants. All brother nnd with her parents Harvey.
Auto Sales & Service: In ,, wife I 1 Church
473- 4571)VUTO ) containers plant any ,I 1 :Mi and :Mrs: A W VanNetta" Last i week was n busy' weekat It seems this time of yearthere School 10 / of dod.: Sunday

time CamellfA Vo les' the Robert moving In and

Authorized Dealer For SERVICE Let us do vo.i' !tandicaplng.IMioiu company this week was their> ,I hold. Major nnd,Jackson Mrs. Jackson house out on lake places. But when I I day m. and 7:30: 7 p p,m.,m..Prayer YPE Wednes( c

Chrysler Plymouth Valient 6s.-36f1 friends Mr and Mrs Frank' celebrated their 21th wedding one begins to lose good neighbors Friday 7:30: services

Slmca International Harvecter HENDERSON'SService I'ACKACn: STORKTHE () : j jI I Graham of Columbia, S, C.George anniversary on Monday: and then that Ls a cat of a I Highland! Baptl.st pm. : Sunday I %y2 : 7.WI

Trucks. Scout 4-Whee) Center I Valencia arrived youngest daughter Beth her' different color And this Is|i School 9.43: Worship 11

Drive.Clayton BLUE PINES : back Saturday after spenJInSj 12th birthday on Tuesday. Just the case with "Tine" 'and 7 ,m. am.
p Prayer
:
Standard Oil Product a ""f'k in Texas visiting with Elsenacher and Edna Klnchen Meeting :
I, Beth was' given Wednesday 7
ROAD si1ivreicJohnson Package Store & his Mstpr' I I a skating Both have pm. Choir Pmc'-<'
and : put their places up Lice
I supper party by her Saturday 7 ,
RevelsChryslerPlymouth) parents p m.
I I Outboard COCKTAIL LOUNGE: MI' and11.11: A F. Tyre's | on Friday evening. at I for sale but promise they will j Mrs. Cloyd Smith of
Lewis- #
Sales & Service Open 9 AM12 P M, FxccptRun1nv guests! t this! week are Mr and which time 12'guests: enjoyedthe not get out of our range.! They | town, Pa. and Mrs. Albert

INC."NOBODY Flublng Tackle JluntlnlC'EqulpmentBmtTrailerli Mrs. Bruce Trent of Salem rink In Starke and him-1 hope to relocate! In the surrounding Ktrauaer of Berwick Pa.' at.

4 :MILES EAST OF VaLt burgers and l rake which followed / area. I tended Grace Methodist Church

FUEL OIKEROSt83Intersection KKVSTO.NK HEIGHTS Col! and Mrs E n Simmons at the Jackson home i Mr and :Mis W, K. Lazear.I II [ Sunday and were guests at

I UNDER F.LLS Hwy 21-100 and family went to Fort Assisting the hostess was Mrs. I aunt and uncle of "Tine"I I the fellowship luncheon following Wfty are so many of our most successful
CLAYTON BEVELS" Kvstons" Height' 41 4107! LAKE: LOTS Banning this William
I weekend to visit Scales i( Elsenaoher./ stopped by on I| ( the neiviceji.!
Lake Geneva $.\00:; )( some friends I their sales representatives
i Terms) and their son Son Robert Jr Is expectedto way South over the | Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. I've andI in smaller towns?
Lake
USED CARS Brooklyn $3500 (CT".ntslTrailer ) Frank. weekend.
1050 N. Orange ( graduate from the business They plan to stop I Pamela attended
Lots $500 up : ; \l<;K HROKFI( !son's! guests their Church interest' to people) In aU ", "lk. of pro-
this
life
Green Cove Springs 281-9811 weekend was Jackson S. C.. this Friday, return trip home to Mc- In Jacksonville U fession
Hanks Used AI'PI Sunday not readily .
{ \1S\L
Cars available
:olEin ll'' Mrs morn- in
Robinson's many smaller
I sister. nnd his Lean Va I d J No capital Investment
Mrs mother .
,\'N.IIII.. ...: W P Otiess I Is making arrangements ing. In the afternoon they town, So we' now invite you to invent-! quired r -

and 3-T Shop :Sir. .*, :M: Ilgen 4T3-4S10 of Stevenson Ala to drive up for We were most ulad to have I|'visited :Mr and Mrs. F. L. gala the. opportunity of providing thi D J Expananca not

Cnpt R I.o'o.n., 473..i i52 I his graduation. had a Ions chat with 1\11's.1|, Roberts and family ervica in a profitable. new career with we train you necessary;

Auto Sales & Service Bur SeU Trade 1 I Ida Whltehead 1.t:' Mr. and :Mrs.[ Bill cloolaby'and I' u.. A. national distributor, of the United O J You make your own hours;

\L S.E.McKay, Realtor She Is reporting some ent1.Y.1: children spent the weekend i Funds Inc. group of mutual fund, we no travel

Hlwsy 100. 8 ml. SouLU KEYSTONK: HEIGHTS GLASS That's Our Business provement In the ', with :Mr. and :Mrs.[ Ray the are. one of the fa.le.t growing firm, in O J Choice opportunities

SPRING MOTORS of tRrkf'EUTY Phone 473-4816 her ankles and sounds most I Ooolsby and family In Jack- JZ.OOO.OOO.OOO.inventinent induBlrj. Our _""cta lop for mon and women

cheerful at future lIOn vll/e/ I O No forced retirement,
prospects
SHOP( ."'STAirRANTSBeidler's I a "If It's Glass We Have It"CALL I D J
Complete Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN with same. Her son. Layton :Mr. and I IIrs.::\ A. C. Pearce If you can meet our iualifcaton! ", we Company. benefit. (Including -

KEYSTONEBEAUTY S WRITE or VISIT and wife Sadie of Columbia I I I were Sunday visitors of :Mr. think we. ran offer you exactly what major medical group and Insurance

7 Holiday FOR ANY GLASS NEED S. C had visited recently and ::1011'sVallen Sapp and you're looking for. You'll oa performing sharing) profit

SHOPEdith Restaurant They had come to Jacksonville I'i Leslie and attended service. at a highly retpecled Mrvka with the Uppertunhly .
We I of(
Design Modern Store Fronts developing a rewarding,
and called that St. Johns lifetime
Johnson, Owner Under: New ( II they would ,, Baptist Church career.
"If It's For A Volkswagen"! Personal OIL PARFDESVlnf nernhlp:! :' Just Mail Us A Pattern For be down on Sunday to spend where they witnessed the bap iraddcll'Reed d INC.

We Have It. the day, Well tism of their
that
I ; resourceful granddaughter
Food : ,
& Creative Moderately r1re< '
Hair OPKV 7 PAYS WKKICLYFull Vj lady fixed lunch for them Leslie. NATIONAL DI TIUBI'TR
StylingIn.lh'Idual
Always Plenty of Oood Used Dlnn..M YHm-lM". 4 SHEA'tGi Ss and what a pleasant Jay the I :Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Walter FRANK .\. VICKERS, DIv. MKr.

Volkswagens In Stock ]l Form Jlemity CamGrery Aln (' _ItaUnn" lmnwli' I CO. three of them spent. I were visiting their son-in-law Boulevard Center Office Complex
of
Culture
Beauty
PIZZA PIE! J SIT Yep. we can rest assured'' and daughter, Mr. and Mrs 1919!)
Opera Tues-Sat. 0-5: ; (NOT INC.) Heachway Kd. Kogerania 2-
Thomas .
HKKK: that speckled perch and bats Found and
family in
Green Cove Springs, 284-9209
Suits
Closed Monday 11 Block Nnrth of R..<" I.Irht: 1313 N.wTTth I PI. fanes\ille! ) Fla. Phone FR2-4353: season has "officially" opened i Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. 6. I&C.! Jacksonville Flu.

)tiI Keystone Height 473-48< I KEYSTONE: HEIOHT3 j_ I IJ How you ftsk Well. Just : andII'A.: Fred Pendarvia! Tel: .398- 451 I'hone for Appt.

I J ook, at the company in the spent the weekend!", with Mr, OVER 300 OFFICES COAST TO COASTI'u.a

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foul shot This Is when the 3-0 record going Into tho Drugs will meet Canova phy while the runner-up trophy urday, March r, at the Starke ,I \<.'iifM or. INTIVI-IO\: nutiiM. or .1 KmMMMo, \\ ,,,.'I! i I"i ,.
same became leally exciting game against Conner Insurance i Pharmacy The finals will be went to Rhodcn's Andy Reel cation Center for all JrHigh IUI"I'r.n: I : IILTIIIULHt1lh" liuuta.. until. r. uhk,ti I am' IIIKI', .,..
III 'IjllNIII-"!" Ml 111' JI I "HUlll',
I ; RECREATION NEWS the hearts of players and fans who had struggled played the following: Saturday Mayton with 14 points and School students. Richard I -Notlic- ,iMlilc-i I IB ''ilicm-il hcipliy, KlM-n uiiilt'r. '" III tlii IIUK > I ICf.vulnnf Ili'litlUM' KloinliiHnv .
alike were beating rapidly through 3 wlnless games in* Junior Boys Basketball Ronnie Tomlinson's 12 paced Jockel is Teen Diiector.Come |pl.I.r| | .I'luipL.T 211,11.;a I .1. .\<1,1',,, ) n !it:.,.\ I J,
With 2H minutes left on the eluding: a 23-13 losa to Wil Southern Discount went Into Tcrwlllesar. Steve Tilley was Law' tit 'h'hJII, ,\ctM of 11MI, .Ki-yHlono. HolirhtH, 1"1..1. .<1.... -.,1,1
clock McMuTtvy< hit on a field liams. Its game having won 4 high for the game with 15. on down-play games, will.' 1 ,'HKHI;;. |, :<'I with! :the Clerk ftlic I owner.llMlfrl. .
I'lnult Court, In fur ,. ,
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Mil 1 Mill till\ r 1.1.
for \ Inry I-
LftutiicChamplnnship effort to
Men's City made plan
every goal and Keystone trailed by This game will have to be consecutive games without Scoring SummaryRhoden's listen to juke box this Saturday UiiHlfniii '' ,
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I Game chdi shot so that none coulc : ,r' ;::., ::i''I. : : I A. It liiihi in Htail.u, Hi. j l-
2. 31-29. With I 1:50: showing classed as the most exciting suffering: a defeat-but Regis Texaco 10 12 0 9 night from 7 to II p. m. publicationof ford County. Klurlfla. .
J Keystone and Oaiden RPS- be wasted. on the clock the game was ol' the girls games as both ter Oil let them know the tlilx nolle"' B the riutltloiiH I :', JI i 11 I 17
taurant met foi the 3rd and In thlt first period of play tied 31-31 as again It was teams played well and deter 'feellnu of losing as they were 37Terwillegar Motors 7 9 13
J final ame of the year in the Keystone was able to mak McMuitry. who scored all I 5 mined. Neither team at any able to hang the loss on them : II 40
Men City League Each !nmr the long shots from IS to 25 points for Keystone In this time enjoyed more than a 3 33 to 24. Register Oil got out The plnjrrs of both teams,
between thrs? two evenly feet out. while Oal' en's players crucial stage. Garden then point lead. Williams led at the front 10 to 8 at the end of along with the officials -
matched teams was a litllc were a little cold and (rot off a shot and missed, end of the 1st quarter 9 to 8,i quartet one. The 2nd quarterproved Townsend Strickland and !!' \ IIC -, -
move ('xoltini! than the previous couldn't find the range, and Keystone grabbed the rebound find at half time 16 to 1*. one, and the championship as the 1st quarter ended the and played ball control to eat Conner outscored the Jewelry alt they were held scoreless Recreation Director Gene Be'* ,
:nmo topped them all TorthrllN .score favored Keystone 12 to up the clock and attempt to KirU: 8 to 8 In the 3rd quarter while Register Oil hit for 8 Rayburn worn! jruests of C F I tl1)sDa)
excitement( frustration 6. The 2nd quarter providec win the game with one final and the score was knotted 22- more.rfnd led at half time 18 Rhoden of Rhoden's!! Texaco
foi .some pure delight for a much closer scoring! range shot. This strategy woiked. all ttoing, into the final quarter to 8. .Discount came back Service and Clyde Terwillegar I WlttK
othds' At any rate, a more as Keystone outscored Garden with one exception. The ball of play. In the final and strong in the 3rd quarter out- of Terwlllegar Motors, for a Plr/C/ )
exciting/ game could not have 0 to 8 and were enjoying a refused to go through the decisive period Conner out- scoring the Oil team 12 to 6 chicken dinner at the recently IS NO HtlND\AP: \
been planned to climax a successful 21-14 lead: at Intermission hoop and the regular playing scorftj Williams 11 to 10 and and trailed by only 20 to 24 opened Lee's Drive Inn following
basketball season. This slim seven points was the time expired with the score won the game 33-32. Pamela going: into the/: final period. the game ,
Thi.s was the game that biggest spread between the knotted and forcing the over Perry and Robin Warren led Register picked, up 9 points in The Parks and Recreation i
counted all the chips \\ere two teams the entire game, time period of 3 minutes. Conner's offensive efforts this period to Discount's 4 Department wishes to thank
down for it-with the winner and it did not hold up very With about 43 seconds gone scoring 13 and 11 points Jan and won the game 33 to 24. the sponsors&; of the Sr Boys
to be proclaimed "Champions long.The In the ovel time period Bishop Ritch had her usual good David McKnlght was the top League for helping to make
1968" and to receive a trophy 3rd quarter of play saw hit for Keystone on a long game scoring: 19 points and gun for the Oil boys with 13 the league a success.
designating same Garden make a move to pull outside field /goal and Key Cheryl Oodwin helped with 8. while Mark' Oraudon pitched Final StandingsTorwllle: -
Both teams beuan. play from the. name away from Keystone, stone went ahead 33 to 31 It may be Interesting to note ill 11. Lloyd Oilplii was high Kar Motors. RhoHen's:! Texaco.
the tip-off In a very cautious as they took advantage of the Garden came right back and that Miss Ritch In only 4 for the game with 16 in a losing Hurst Shell Service. II. C
and determined manner and "fast break and press" to I tied it via the foul shot with ames scored a total of 80 : effort Wall.
It was evident to the spectators steal the ball and quickly Town.end Strickland KOlns to points for an average of 20 ScorftigSummary Vollpy' ..Mrrting;
that this was to be a dciensive rauKht Keystone and took the i the line and on 2 efforts made points per game. So. tlscount8 ,0 12 4 24Register There will be a Vollny Ball
battle as each team lead of 28-28 going into the i both successful and a 33- Scoring Summary Oil -10 8 6 I 9 33 meeting: for all nw-n Interested MTIAT KIND OP A BUY IS A BUICK?
final period. This one las t 33 score. As Keystone (got the Williams Jewelry 9 7 6 10 Bradford Barber Shop moved at the National Guard Armory
period of play was well worth ball they again played ball 33 Into a tie for 1st place Thursday. night March 3rd
ARE TERMITES seeing, even If one had missed control waiting for the clock Conner Insurance 8 6 8 11 with Southern Discount by at 7:30.:
I the test of the game. Garden to allow only one shot This 34 rolling over winle&s Lawtey 26 Bowling Meeting
DESTROYING i nursing a 2 point lead, was in time the strategy paid off. In the 2nd match of the to 10. The Barber boys lumped There will be a meeting at
YOUR HOME? no hurry to give up the bal McMurtry drove In for the first round of the Championship off to an 8 to 41st quarter the Starke Bowling Lanes of
i and- proceeded to play ''ball> shot, and was' fouled and went Tournament:, Starke lead and a 16-5 half time all Sr. Boys and Girls Interested
TREE: control and work for the "sure to the foul line with only one Hardware advanced 'to the lead and Lawtey WRit out of in learning to bowl. The
shot" This they managed to srcond; showing on the clock finals and crushed Starke the game. The Barbers Increased meeting will be Monday
INSPECTION' do for the better part of the The ball sailed through the Builders Supply hopes for this lead to 22 to 7 March 7, at 7 p. m.
4th period and moved ahead, hoop and Keystone had defeated the Championship with a 24- golnz Into the final quarter.In Softball Meeting
via a field goal and a foul a game Garden Team 20 victory. Starke Hardwarewill the final stanza neither An organizational meeting
!t t "hot. 31 to 26, with 3 minutes for the Championship. Both now play Conner Insurance team did much scoring but of all men interested In playIng -
remaining in the game Key teams deserved praise and applause for the Championship the Barbers didn't need any In the City Soft Ball Slow-
stone's Jimmy McMurtry cut as they each played while Starke Builders Supply more and picked tip their 4th Pitch League will be held on
539: E. CaD 961-3965 like champions but as we all will meet Williams Jewelry In win against one loss. Roger March 8 at the Recereatlon
\ this deficit to 31 to 27 with aLAWSON'S
know, only one can wear the I he consolation] game These Kelly paced::! the winners with Center, It Is urgent that all Maniac. i jgdr 'u ttal _i .ID_Ua. ''I'' di ji-ot ', ,t n Jde i 41' jggc Jo,
crown. games will be played Saturday 10 points and Steve Cubbedge managers and team lepresenta ",.'yand 'ondliig 'o'g.on.go"ol''g.'\ .. ..c."n".oln"'' ipliona1" ,tqiipm itati""f. DCI 'i id' 'onai'.
Jimmy McMurtry with 13 night. March 5. at the Armory had 6 for the losers.Scorinr !'; lives attend this meet-
MARKET points paced the Keystone beginning at 6 p. m. Summary Ing which will be at 7-30: p. m. Now you can afford a Buick. Now you no longer need to settle for the also.rans. You'll
offense, while Townsend This {fame was another Lawtey Recreation 4123 Vollpy Ball Meeting/ get the best possible trade.In deal. The monthly payments won't crimp the budget.
Cold Storage Grocery Store Strickland was high for Gar thriller as going Into the final 10 .'Women Make this week one of the best in your life. Hop on over to your Buick dealer It
den with I 9 points.) period of play only one point Bradford Barber Shop; 88 A meeting for all wom n Interested couldn't be a better time.
Scoring Summary separated the two tea me, with 6 4 26 in playing] volley b..lll
Garden Restaurant 8 14- Starke Builders Supply holding 'Standings: So. Discount 4> will be held at the National Sec your local authorized Buick dealer ""
3233 an 18-17 lead. The Builders i 1; Bradford Barber Shop 4-1 Guard Aimory Tuesday..
Keystone-12 9 5 5 3 34 led each quarter until the i ;Register Oil 3-2: Chambar of March 15 at 7 p m. j
Final Standing: Keystone final one when Starke Hardware Commerce, 1-3; Lawtey Recreation Teen Time
Garden Restaurant Statke picked up 7 points while 0-5. Teen Time will be held::! Sat
Jaycees National Guard. limiting Supplies to only 2. Gv.. RAV.n* ......*._.Ie..11_ .v.._. ..
The Parks and RecreatIon Carol Reddish: and Jo Ann Consolation Game
Department wishes to extend Crawford paced the winners Hurst Shell finished in 3rd
congratulations to the champions scoring with 10 anl 12 points. place In the final league
and to all participants, Sharon Howell led the Build I standings by knocking off
sponsors and spectators for ers with 10. Wall's 49 to 39. The Inability
\ making this year's league a Scoring Summary of Wall's to hit the wicker In
success Starke Builders Supply 8 6 the first half was their undoing
Girl's Pint.II I.eiune; \ 4 2 20Starke( as Hurst started strong
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Championship Tournament Hardware 6637 and didn't weaken along the
The opening game of the 24 way. Hurst, riding in the cell
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We single elimination tournament The championship game ar for the whole season saw
I to determine the Champion will be played Saturday night this one last chance to escape
will Pick-up and Butcher. There win be a i i of the Girls Pigtail League at the Armory at 7 p. m. and it and took advantage of the
Small Fee for Pick-up Butchering cows $3.00 per I saw plenty of action and u big will match Conner against opportunity- great style.
Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per Ib. Cleaned Weight. I{ surprise as the tenms bearing Starke Hardware. A consolation coming up with their best '
For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/c' per Ib. with paper.We the role of favorite was derrived game between Williams fort of the season. Hurst ct-I'
I of the chance to com Jeuelry and Starke BuildersSupply 8 to 4 in first quarter lead
Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezers pete in the finals by the team will precede this game :Increased this to 8 points, I
I labeled the underdog. Williams at 6 p. m. leading 21-13 at half time.I
Phone 961-8281 218 Washington St. _I Jewelry was sporting a Bantam Boys Fach. team played on even
Basketball League terms in the 3rd quarter scoring II
Koch DniRS.winless- in 5 15 points each and Hurst
"1 previous starts finally entered was out In front 36 to 28 going '
;, the win column at the expense Into the final quarter.
of Canova's Pharmacy. Hurst added 13 more to their
The loss by Canova prevented total while Wall picked up 11
Do them from ending the regular in the 4th quarterand Hurst
season; <; play in a tie with happily took Wall's measure I
league winner Oem Jewelry, 49 to 39. Eddie, Douglas, who ,
Horn's looked like an entirely was the top bounder, hit the I
different team as both their wicket for 33 points, topping i
You offense and defense really his own Individual scoring! .
clicked, and led at the end of record by 7 points, showed the
the 1st quarter 7 to 4. Canova way for Hurst. Robert Powell
came back to outscore Koch's with\ 20 and Mack Robinson
8 to 5 in the 2nd quarter and with; 12 took care of the majority
Know the game was tied at halftime J of Wall's scoring. WITH EACH 'Limited
12-12. Koch's lead going Scoring Summary Time Only
Into the 4th quarter 18 to 14 Wall 4 9 IS 11 39
and f1nlsheelstronJl to win the Hurst 8 13 13 13 49 8-GAL. GASOLINE PURCHASE
game 27 to 19. David McRae Championship GamrTcrwlllegar
his 1\ with H and Randall McOce Motors copped I
with B paced! Koch's. Charles 1he Championship Trophy One Beautiful Libby Glass
Rrwell collected 15 of Cano I
Monday night: with a come
va's 19 points-! back ,win over a scrapping ,
Scoring Summary Rhoden's Texaco five. It was I
Man Canova 4 8 2 S 19 obvious to the spectators that
Koch's 7 5 6 9 27 both, teams were feeling the i BLE
TU
Gem Jewelry went Into pressure and tension of play- j
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their with the knowledge
game ing A championship content as
? : that they could finish as it was late in the opening
i winners of the regular season period of play before the boys
...... winning they had
as
-- by began to play the type ball
., watched Canova drop their each was capable of doing.Rhoden's : AT'
game. They were not to be
closed out the first;
He may "bo your neighbor.He In joining the Jaycees in sponsoring : denied as they easily took care quarter leading Terwillegar
I
is a leader in community the OYF program, we of Andrews 43 to Indication 12. The first of 10-7. In the 2nd quarter Rho
quarter was no lead and
den's Increased the
strairs;has made notable progress welcome the opportunity to pay things to come as oem scored had TerwllleKar down by 6 at RudDlph [ rnwford' 5

in the pursuit of his agricultural tribute to the significant contributions a was single blanked.point In and the 2nd Andrewswas quarter half time It's hard to of say play that
a particular quarter
I
career; practices soil and natural our young farmers make II Ocm collected 17 points can win or lose a ball game
resources conservation, and is to the social and economic life of and led at half time 18 to 5.1. since It does take four quarters

between 21 and 35 years of age. our community and our nation. I Oen barrase!continued In the 2nd their half scoring, scorIng 3rd quarter to make turned a game: out, but to the be

We and the Junior Chamber And just as they provide the 12 and 13 points to wallop disaster for Rhoden's and a

I of Commerce are seeking this foods and fibers for America and !, Johns Andrews with 12 43 and to David 12. Dean Las- big one for Terwlllegar's with Rhoden'sby as
they caught
man-to honor him as our com much of the free world,so LP-gas, slter with 10 paced! Oem. outscorlng up the Texaco boys

munity's Outstanding Young too, provides heat and power for Keith Thomas and.Dale? Johns 13 to 7 and were en.loving a
had 4 for the losers.
each
one point 29 to 28, lead going 301 North
Farmer of 1964-65. And, eventually homes and farms and ranches.Of I Scorinr Summary Into the final period of play. PHONE
''I perhaps as the Outstanding America's major sources of I A Andrews 056 1 13Oem In this quarter the score was Temple Ave. 864-9621
Jewelry -1 17 12 13 43
I, tied most of the
I Toung Farmer of the state, and energy, only LP-gas serves you Final standings: [twon-lostl 1 : entire throughout period as Terwillegar

the nation. in so many ways. 1 Gem 5-1, Canova 4-2; Andrews led 31 to 28, Rhoden's tied It
2-4; Koch. 1-5. at 31 all Terwillegar went
I Championship Tournament ahead 33 to 31 and Rhoden's
A Championship Tournament again tied It at 33 all. Terwil
will be staged to deter- legar moved ahead first 34-33.
SLHDE ens I | mine the League champions. then 36-33 and 38 to 33. Rho '
The tournament will be single den's made It 38 to 34, then
elimination with a consolation 38 to 37 with less than a min SERVICE STATION
332 Madison" Street' I'hone 961-7701' Starke, Florida J game. The first round will be ute to play -when Terwillegar
:3 played Saturday March 5. at scored the final point to make
the High School gym at 1 p. It a 40 to 37 victory. and won Bradford County's Finest In Every Respectr"F.
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