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

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Kicn) men were scrlouslj Policies Outlined
Under ProtestSays
)' lured Sunday afternoon \

ti n mdlna:! :; two-car pileup .
School Supeiliuendonl Tom iipcomliiK/ school( yen V.Casey
thai! Casey reported' on the new /said thc new policy I
tldcrlv Lake City couple. 4i: Kiildtllnos ..i't' up by tne FeJeral -,I! would also require the schoolsstt'tn

According, :; to the Florida] government' for the de- tu, show' slanlflcant; I Mayor

Jfl"hwqPal'OI., the collision segregation; of public .schools 1 prom ,ess of ilesi-jtrcKntion" of I Chances
ec-urred about 4:00:: atSPI'III,11e Good
p.m. at the renulur' mei-Uiu, of the i i tpll<'hl'l'S and staff anrl that

( ,, on SR 100. four county school( 1 board 'fu 'tc1av.:! Iv, was reqnliril, to file n re- II I T Ol't Cooperate
mile' west of Palatka.
Casey outlined the new fed-i; 1 pint on the desi'isrevH'ion' ofi
A mttted, Putnam Memorial Inini.'..... nt the Florida Slate I'rNon' help load, the- .lust
Hospital for treatment following u (traffle accident early lust 1'rl.laj. morning. on, SK I 151 1 about two miles ,i I which he t.nld was the subject days after" completion! or rePl Keystone Heights Chiet'of Police Ciwper ISrune: retired -
cl Injuries wereVoodrow\ north of R"Ulrd.Valued Iof a nipetlni In QAtnssvllfcl I >, tratlon for the next school] from his: post' under protest' Tuesday. night at a ,

Harper.C 44 and his brother. I last Friday. year meeting of the Keystone City Council. The I'PI'I' lcna- Projects: SRDChnncc

had been astc living unknown.with They their At $6,000 : As outlined t by Casey the When, asked how the rules tion \VJIH'' effective lit the end l of the chief's! tour of

I new policy \would require \tlc ptrtnlnln-t to the diMeBroRatlon /. duty :U t Tuesday.In .
11) other Mrs. Winnie Davis. I I n.m. ( .
al'eno schools! to show a sub-ttiintls.1: t of tl'III'1pl'111\ nll'crt I I tin /
al> HrUbronn Springs. I a (ircpiircd tUnttmont.Itriinn lord
I County will be able to
I achievement In desejtrcnatloni: 1 1PI'O'll'ess county's s/hojls. Casey re- t 'IT'
I fliti'l that In his
Both were reported In ser last )tilled' tint II makv opinlnn .1 'i'' hardsiirfare: '' the Lincoln City
Road ovel' .year. Casey m.iy neces- "Life is too short. to continue
if Condition, with multiple Mishap Kills Hog Road (nine-tenths of n mlleind .
I !said this means Buid.'or.: : : siiry n system' ol cvnliiiitloii! oftpnchcrs. workingvhvro, tho reIIISCH
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lacerations of the face and miiyor ,
; two mad
1 project at
County schools' must Mioiv I lie fill i thnt many t lu (|Ii/of"II:1a| lie ,
]head: and several broken ..... .-, / / | I piol'leninof Santa FV Lake I ijiist, tindfr
I nn iitet ease In N.'KI-O emailir.ent N"iro tt'iirhers' ; not be as
may
tin. I'it Y ,or tlic handling, I I I "of
bones Their condition had I A traffic mishap near Kalford. wrecker was hooking! on lo It. at Sti.842. D'.uuaxe. !ho in previously nil \\ the'' riU'illllcil'.I i i as white. "'ii(diet's oflifo with, mi'The. foil,"i nulli. i during l' the .Stato
:Improved. however. to the thl'l my flu,:ad. l itmerit's. flwitl I
ex- early Friday n'pu
inornlim.
the
truck rolled over Us t tnick! hecKii"' their
on I 1l''IHnatl'd nt $ /schools from the pre-ent" 121 prepanillOii: may ijiii tho
i HerviM tin
tr it that they wore able to be I resulted in the loss oi iiiiynr p \'. I u I itiii-rlnR' July 1.
more side.
The dl'h'cl''IIA not per' cent to 13 per cent lor: I Ii' | lieu\e hern In interior sK-hooln.,: i Ii u.l, ....nl'lll.IIIn' I..1 I .
moved Tuesday to the than $6.000 worth of livestock This encouragement wall
Carter snld the hows began: A iinlfoitu system t of evaluation. llriinK '
iitatement 'I 1
anf. Ilo-pital in Lake vetet'-I According to the FHP accident to suffocate iiddeil.( /given, to the Board of CountyCommissioners
almost immediately Iv ndrti'il.$" would' mike: It wish It distinctly understoodthat .
Dilvci 'If> tlip other report the accident occurred in un attempt to save a- I l-:"-iilc| to a-j'-l'ii tearliers( ac- .. at Its annual 1

1,"tilvccl.ike Clt'I'a Hoy' $Crlsivell.pronounc3d 70 of I about two around miles north 4:45: p of Ral-m'l said many he AS possible called the the Trooper neal b ,I Darby Warn\ ;s Candidates: cordlii"rnsry I : t to rend i their I n cnpuhllltles.form' letter! not I t out the deserting ot'mayor,; I this! l t.Job

1'1111\ chP eenp. H..I wife j jOiie fold on SR 121. prison for assistance 1.1)< unload v.iltli-ti I t t t. ) l l'v I tic fcdi'rnl, 1 "uovcrn- fi' lends, u'n' have../ /xtinxl, by mu.nt - : 09. survived her husband A 1961 Tho Lim. .tin City road, run
International the hoKS. Don't Wai Too Late > '
s'ml-I I t 'iiu' 1 1.'hlrh., he, said was to >> I <'I'!<) not Intend, lon)(
b some three hours. She died i'in loadJd with 163 hogs; In answer to the trooper's I I I'" imilert to iilj. pnrents FlulI- homo mid". to bed' every, night I. 11 inn I r s. :"O1 I I to..n (lc'l
lit 7 50( D m. in Putnam :Mem- I tiaveling south on SR 121 call Melon J. B. Godwin chief I Irmtodlal ed hy them nnd I'elln: ned expecting' ... / t the next t morning/i / ,in Lincoln City, and the Santa

01 In) Hospital. when the driver Ual mOil P. officer at the prison ('1"1'1." of. he i'lxirl ( liurICH ftible to |"rnrikHH" liotli of > within :3D) dii vs. Tinletter tn. be m,.l>bid.'' Fe John NIC in two( /segments. :

Actording,, : to the FHP report Kenlle y. 55. of Stntesboro. and some volunteer inmates .1. llailiy. IIIIH a word of. them. liclouthe I tleiiillinillurli.v -, onilliv-1 I I 1 I the fi'tleral .'Purean- After. Hrrc.pt log thrlui uesttiniii one from" SK 21-A to the bout\

the Crlswells]] were driving OR" was forced to lei\e the arrived on the scene within MiirniiiK for candidatewlio.. i sa. .)'u. The mere' fact linn requirementaceorllnti\" ,' : to i ithe I Hu' IKthe ,council! lamp and another from SR 21

west on SR 100 In a 1962 roadway to avoid a collision! half an hour. han..t& yet 'iiiulifliMl| for I flint, I it ",""II-h., caniildiite, i nl\ll t ilnht ]law of l(14.! ( I I IHOVPI. ,! the nppointnient, up-ofVViilly (In t Faith Pr >Hbyterlin.. Church*

Rambler when Woodrow Harper with an unidentified automo-. Despite all attempts 119 of the position. thc.v; Intend, toMeek I... In his ...rll.( .... iuilh'"leg.(104'S Cn'p11111' I hat under" till'fl''e Mulilhotcr as puil liethief C'hitoC ('11M..,..' BruneKrfnsi'd to big,: Santa. Fe.. with forkn. extending -

diivlnqt' a 1957 Ford with 1 bile. the hous died from ovn h"lIt- ill the .\.I.t,)- prlnmrle. not mean' : he Is '4' rely | choice plan of deseurcsation ; for' I n, I IWO.VIHIterm, following KloorAlter north and! south.

his brother' as passenger FHP Trooper L. N. Carter IIIK and suffocation before That Mtiril It: ",",'1 "tilt iintler I tilt* Mire I I the ,clerKSII.VH. nnv stud, 1 'lit 15\ years of :n i recommendation" \ I to HeHlKmtttoit. The fomuii.t.slon I U n I ready

(ero led the center line from said the truck became stalled they could: be removed from I too. lute! ; '11111.1'....'.... of <|ilul-'! tills or older, or. who win en- that rffi-it(: from 51,'s'or Al I : obtaining ,rleefl-t for HRjltdofwny -

the eastbound lane and ram- In the wet ground on the side the trailer. TIt di.aicii Inc for 'iiiallfyIHK | f. log' niilHt be rompleleil" by' tfi'luu' I the tutu Ii arade may Nelson, Who reitil.., n lint ot I council' why hi hail hettn giveu\ % tu the Lincoln City project -

med headolInto the CrlsM of the roadway anl.:) as a I The dead hogs were valued IH 1'J: noon TiicMl.i.v. I T I! "noon Actual. .. I time I for chose the cliool he wlihe.i \to qualification! on behalf ofMnlilhofix I the run aroiiml, In his", attempt mid preliminary. woik on
H's March, I I.V nil ... the other IM
> car 4'onipletlitif .1111.-111)-' attend." 01 hpl'I"... Casey add : formor chief and I \ to obtain building( permit\ job expected to
Invi-itkuating; FlIP Trooper' -' -.---, .. Till. meuiiH, Harliy ."iiy. (-ii Iii g ,a hunk' ,"'(',"mt. clc.reiiilr ed the ,choice would be made nieinbciiif. ., the force.. for n home, he wished. to erect pet; tmilei-' way 'elfin

Jim On, charged Harper Mrs. Chastain 'fit' thut all details of. I tin- 'iiiul- | .*H iinyulvere. from" I 1Ul by his pit rents I I Hi'inn, W'is i ef lined,' the floor. on .Forest" St. faclnK: lice laXo.He \ .. The, llydrocnrhonx, (road. to

with riving! while his license I Qualifies II,\ log ."f each. cantlldatemust l I.. 15 minutes. I the clerk i | to read u Hut. of .clvirgert.. )(. huHiiid I at uuti'ul, that he hail applied \ he pnid for from thu "ccon wa undci revocation. Inves- .. lie .irctimlly ('...m.Io.tc'dby | l .HII.. >H.Ho. The bonnet set March: 23 ... hiiil' h..en lixlged ngnlnstMuhlhhfc \ for the permit on. .Ian. I IK. nnil nry "rimd, h<>'id issue. U.. ulrto.
tifiatun of the accident is For District Four. Post I that time. If tw.ip finidldale ilim't a:.iit "till the i tluouvh! April 22 HA the period I i- lurlng his previous. hail' been "imnfttelnlly" told nxMurcd for the used year,

continuing. I come In to 'qualIty lust minute. ," tel Ion it i If j l of Blstration' tinier the free \ that his. plans illfl not meet nnd mirvey! work hu, been
--' ---4ii --:- "1 t It: "tt III'r,.. .. to t Unit choiceplin\ I of f de=p- rBiatlon.fnsry ; \ Urm" "/"Loftlco._ .. by .1"1). The
:i Mrs. Je'ssla R. Cliastalu ; \ itt : ; \\ Itnpes >pit renll.vnnt tutu; I;1'shut. ..gt' FrIO nd 1st'J the i-efitrrtncnt-'iwfoilt 'Bttirtrrl/ on II ( project
qualified. Tuesday for ''.'-t>]l'C- .-- I... saM that all of the ne- All I the city. He then ,revised! his., cnlld for .iwiiuilding1 the ,rouil
'iit'giiinent) nliutiflt" *i'u rii't-|
Alvarez StoreIs tion' to the Board of' County ii I -fJ I ressary foims! will be mallet<,. I I'll I.\. 'cen formeP, ('oIt n11 I plans, and resubmitled'' i t I them to prlmnry.. xpecincutlonn.: It

Closing Out CQtmnl.isioners from District ,: ..... 'i Testifies Wayne Chitty to parent* before 'the boelnnliiM ."uembSull,, unit the mayor. ,and I only to i receive no "response to, nerve the natural gait' pltMit.
Long of the registration I.I I.
4 in the May primaries.! i I ." I Charged On Six I 'd.! pet the me/nbers of the present /xevci-al i Inquiries<' about the the hydrocjirbons plunt" and
I ( I He infornie/l' the roun-
After 72 YearsThe Mrs. Chastain was appointed ('ounciJnt! the mayor during permit. the new prison reception center
to the Boftt-a:! to fill the Forgery Counts J In n rclnt.-d''' action( board I .ell that hu had: written the III Union County. When
I rllHCHSKiol of the
,proposed, Hixiriontli.i -
old ord '!1' rhnnue- unexpired term of her late l11t'mbl'l' E. A. Sapp I DLst. 51 In Tax Suits I| member nodnev Hnll w ,s ap- trial garbage t tIi1Cl'. genenil I nml! hid (completed i it will I I provide, a
i iBrlLllro.tI Forgery, chans" were! io'iaed( I, jlllil1t lCd, to represent' the school: advised( t to consult, with Ht-// mill from' SR 100 In
< a,- the saylnn goes.A I husband T. C. Chastain. and and Dan W. Starlhv I iDlst. I'h liii'. The. argument/ t 'crlln.// primary
)' ""Z Store a fixture on is now completing her fourth I II have announced that they Muninst' a ]local( liluh school: ) I I.t.llrtpnt bnartl HI I n ini'Pllna In Ta tripe when cli'irgi'H' wern I It city flU"'n.whh'h, he d.id. Luke Duller to SR 18 In

Call SIet< ,trice 1894. Is ad- I elected term for a total of will not seek ic-election. County 'l'ltX AHscMHor j last/ Fil.lav\. a clepii- on Mnn-li I :2.!:! whcrDr.. S'!Inn- t that the former, council, In the iliHiuirtdion of Rev.Moore's Hrooker. The ,project .IICO. calN

'orMM us "Goin Out of In', years of serving, Including -:, Mr. and Mrs. Lex CM'ejn Ocnc" Long concluded j tv /sheriff foll-wlnx) ) a routine hey KriiKer: ot the U S. office expended l $1,500 of the ; problem. It was for rebuilding the Scout Hole'

RusinI"nle starting' today j I ; the unexpired term. ,i have qualifier! for state P'-mo- Hiving depositions last Thui-H-. InveslUntloii ol" ivhiiu'citiot" will speak, on t'unils. lust: ynir' 'and "vel'-// brought out that the city had bridge.
0 ii rhi'hiutcs
Thin clay i j In announcing her decision i; Cystic Executive Com.nltteemen duy; as a preliminary to the Joel W.i.vne. Cllltt 17. of I on compliance I the present" council to an no formal: I build llnlC eorlo.! and I It Recent" heavy rains In the

W H Bill I Graham owner to gland tor re-election. Mrs. and Committees omen trial of suits brought" h.vI/ I Starke. was chat :red vvitli six Din ns -xwnrtltl., .,1.0', of l-t.OIH) i In t the I II I h..tone was being prepared county showed down construe-
01 ,ic torr.. recently accepted Chastaln said she felt that j and also as County Exc.utl-'t: VI'I I counts of forni'rv" und tlttellnl( In nth'T,' aiitUin, Cas'-y presented I "III'I'lmt'e:.,i'. Council I Chnirnuin ,lit this time for !presentation I Ion wmlc( on the Morffun-
usitlon salesman for a I her long experience on the Committee members from timberland, l ownum protesting j n forwery: on affidavit 'hme1! in the board' the of- / !nflV'VII( tkinll.I. IHOJ n to the "council/ within /no vein I Church Moiine Road and also!

rlotnlni' manufacturer and board/ makes her well qualified Precinct 5. Mr. and :Mrs. Dent allegedly high ameHsmenlH.. on I hy Deputy Sheriff A. E. Brown': llcnl; report of a survey made! member (if the 'previous "council w."k"ofpedA'. / meelng was the Anderson Junior High

'..aid < nat I he vlll no longer 1 for the position. "I have at all''Shaw who previously qualified their" propertied.' !, Jr.' j (if i the. county's school trans-. saul he couH, not see 'set to discuss! the question, School" road east of Lnu te)'.

have time to d'vote *o man- i I times! tiled to serve the people for the county committee Long's testimony In reply I Public Delender, Gene Shawvav I pot, tallon .system by n Ihree- where, 11"1'11| wimlrl hu Hiich n I Continued on Pane Twol I
I' Zn I' ti i Icinn, I lipucled, bv John F.
asrement! of the store heie. re- I with honesty and tairness from this pieclnct. ha';If' an- to questions by ntlornuyx fur j! \ appointed l to rewrssent'Chlttv t 11/of'epllfl"Y./ <( which evoked uMhaip .
Dlnl' Ji of the State I>
u't'i' i In his decijlon to to all. and I promise If reelected I flounced their withdrawal.( the plaintiffs( will be available !I after, the youth exihnngc: between

close I to do evciythlng at all Phyllis M. Hagar: and Kenneth for use In the trial' to bu. held, adjudged/: insolvent In i I' l' WII"I ment of Educntlon." cPILI.t-1 nnd the riuttyor.Cciuineiirnon,, Asked
I lermf' t Ilic I hlll1// Building
icport
The ale will continue' until 1 times for the betterment of E. Ha ar have ojij.illfled' later: bffure, Circuit Judge' big/ before Cmii< ty Jud'v T. A. honest and t : I < >eorge/ t..t '
n-allstlc
III')< .lock( i.s disposed of Ora- our county." as State Republican Committeeman John A. fl. Murphree. I Yawn Frld.iv afternoon i tecoiniiH'rtflivl, ,, thnt the -
Hum ;snld. 1 Others Qualifying and Committecxvoman Lon'! assessed. Umbel bind In Bond was.s-i, t lit $;,UO oncaih I Hall ninvi'd that .steps. bej I I till enter into a six months /

Other candidates who have from Bradford County. the county at HU average. of'' charuc nnd a piellininary tnken, to Improve the "criticalareas" $garbage, pickup. rnntinrt with ]

NKW II\KTIK:! qualified to date are: I $7!) 'per act e. while one. of the hearlni!; II ,i sclie'liil''ti foiMnrch covered" by the 'ransr.i.MMi'ie -| II private: operutor.. which Ag Complex Eyed

J. M. Edwards Jr.. who will 1 j plaintiffs u claims I it shout I d : :21 nIl Pu< Return Asked '
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jUrcretatv of State Tom I oppose Mrs.' Chastain for the ;' have hl'11.Iu..d' at bruit $-'4)! I $1.25 per month ...ire..t.

A am ha- announced the Commission seat tn District ,! On Recreation !> ,111 ac"e." i I chitrxe. to the hom."wnel"1. j
rhurtiTii" of the following 4; | f.ong!! was "repreHL-iiteil. i cit'hitui'Muf'IV'H with the balance: ". Fairgrounds

new corpoiatloii: Eddy & George W. Roberta !incumbent ; Questionnaires; ) se,,...Ie," by 'r. A. i t<> be xnhftiilixerl. by the utility i

Hiirley, Pupwood.! Inc.. Route and James N. ( Buck) I i 'Yawn., Jr., and County .'tttoi.I '. tax.. prmpntly levied by thc ,,
!2 l ledw.i-: 'Is! Road. Starke. Fla. Norman for County Commissioner The return nf fiioMtlriniilrrH| : > I 11"\. Clone) Shaw.I : i i ltv He xtntorl that there. j I| A it-quest by Brad lord Fnlr 1"oC'lIltlolhlJof: not beenenlhiisi.isUc !

Autnorlzed! tCk( : 250; shares District 2: I mailed nut to Bi-i'lford, (Cnunly j I I Din-ma, the morning" the I \v 011 111 he" I two collei) tiring pereek I County( A'sent:. Ci. T i lIu! *'(ln. nbaiit: the Idea

oj .' >mmon .it, $100 per ohare. H. W. Bennett for School I Citi ..cnHcleit.d, fur hip plaintiff" attorneys exnm'ineil, .I f'oni" II cation conven-1 lor II new" n-it'icultural' I bnl'dIIIM .. The Mte asked for. herf ahd.

Dcnlln; in pulr>woort. Incor- ':, Board District 1 : I survey of outdoor/, 1'1", 'lion ;., the records, In I I..n"fft'e.. / .'gtt to the -olle.etor.s' rind th I It :< In pi'ixlmlty' to the Starke' 'hn" n t IrontiMiof I 185 feet

1oatr'' : < Dan B. Ha.ey.! A.I Basil Davis and Sector D. : habits anti preforenres bus After tim ,deposition. YH\\ n 11r 1 : if trash Vci'tf tn be picked! up I F'nimers i Market nnd Hnirltoid Intuit"! the highway/ and Is 200
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n Kite' both: of Stark*;: and Goodman for School Board < commented< I Hint Long li.nl,I 'hat' : it .WoMliI, have to he inI.t'l.ble County Falrttroimd.s t l I. undiri tcet
Jack H. Eddy Gainesville. Filed I District: 3. been quite low. according to iiui'le' un L'Xo.-llent, witne/ H. ; containers ;i ,rnii.il 'ei Lion bv t the Bradford III avkliiv: inC' the Coinini.s-

FI-U 11, I960 b> A. J. Thomas. I 1 Incumbent School Board I II W. Shiner. Only :s*) of the 'In Hflinver to a question County/ Commission. (.1!: n'-t IIPI>I'O\'II1. Huualnji\ .snld.;.

Ji j.1.I qiie tlonalres'' !have been from th<'!. aiulicnco about the I I Htrlii!:; < prpM-ntert" his u lei ..vit Il All 1'lIi! 'ultul'ltl build-

.I as! of Tuesday. This Part-Time P.O. .4 :idditionil. ,, rlmrge actually; being i quest; lit II rcieiit' comitilf.lou tnu: there nlnn* with the fall

Preliminaries Set I ''' only a little less thin 20< Job Is Open : Im't-enneil, taxation of the inretliiH.. t out t I itilulit plans for A lacllltlea! :: find the (arin.'rc

SPAGHETTI SUPPER. ''JIOr cent of I the person I 10.cetvlng .-- ,:ntizena! that the "co"t re- ':, 40 x 100 ft. bullflini which he innrket, ue would have the

In Talent Contest qtieHtlonaireM. !Slarke'! Postmaster/ T (.'. ducU,,"" Hpoken of by nKue I|I aid would house all inricultuial biv-t, compiehen, agricultural -

tills Cafeteria For County Fair I On the basis of the return' tlaxen Jr nnnonnc-ei that he did nothing more than pass 1| I fffi-., In the t county' set-up t In> the state'
ipproxlmntely RO) per cent of '.he ,difference, directly onto of ,
I HeMiwed( II map J itt tupt't lluirutn was told that lie
Tuesday. :March 15: h'is/ an nnc'n> ing i tor" 'one pait-'' t II <
Preliminaries for the Bradford < the person selected nt rnrdntn the people., Lnftuc stated that IIt.s owned by Uit Slate I3epintment i would 1 be contacted when thr
f 6) To 7:30:: P.M.: TalIent to receive the! fiie|, ..tlonnlri'-< time employee! to \> ork approximately the present cost of gnrbageiillertlnn of Agriculture II nil
County Fair's annual | I I u Coinmls-siaii: I Is rt'l\dv to act onmnvln
$1.23Sponsored ; Content t t111 be. heM at are either not. Interested l In I 1'-, .,t I 1.;i hour\ II 'vet'It.tai'ting : .; / greatly ,exceeded the, Bind, ford' l County Fill" :' Asoclatoii. ,- ( any 01III county offices -

by PTA 7:30: p.m. Thursft.iv."" :JlJrch. 21. outdoor- recre-ition, or nre not' I .. !salary. J2..17:; per I the revenue fiom. the utility > : t| i. eii.t nf U H :<0l 1 1I

ot tho FairgroumM., Interested, In iisil.-ting the I hour.I tax I"fu' 'lln I said ten tStive np-
C"ntIIn.1 Citv In rlevi-lopinjr, : It wild determined. th.it,' IIn'' I for t the btt I Id In' t then I ;
The will be I this. work pro-al ; Stone
The Woman's Club actual contest An' is intermittent Ray
an outiloor/! ,i-pcreation pro- open hearing. take.. place nt hail bi-en given by W O Whittle
Of Starke held at 2:30: p.m. Saturday. ,'. gram Shiner aii1.,, :' until such time H" .u regular 10 M.m. on Saturday/ to enable chief of State Finmcr* To Head Eagle'sMen's

April 2, and will be emceed.l The mirvev' In ...fli"IItill",.; vacancy occurs" he susfHi-Htx, tin!! council I mid the. may !Mit\ kts." but added that the
LUNCHEON ANDCAKD bv Ranger Hal of Channel 41 I to end Frldav. :March 11. In that p..rhap"tomlone. who IM or's ciimtilttee" to dutcii.su" the Department

PARTY TV. The deadline: for all order to attempt. to Bet nc New Market Manager financial' romlition, of the town
farming or engaged in some
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tries! I Is! Thursday ;March( en-I many of the question.iires. i and make" u ili-trrmmation, Bobby Allen. manager. : of

At 12 Noon Entertainment: will be presented 1 I back as is possible! the survey occupation,. where extra hours, !Stiirkf-'r I ," new miirki't iiianaK, *'!' Churlen. I I'.
Wednesday. March 1 IB In three divisions: I i has been extended for a one are available.? might be interested 1'itrrlsli. ,itrrl\r Adult 18 and up; Senior week period, to end :March 18. in for thin. to do be In charite of the enlarged
age I applying/ poI; ", I P I'Hill striinlrr' > rop get ...t 'liai-k un- vices It hunt attempted CaseThree
$1.50:)(' 'high school and junior high) ; '' It Is Important that additional i tuition to supplement their in-i I othcr. twit .cckn.. l h y trust i ii aol I In-e/liiie 1"'I..ru-" | I' In the Mat. .. wlthou raising! ticsCs. Larceny I men's department at Fagles.Mr. .
For Reservation Call and Junior Division (elemen- ; questlonalres be received In 'I I II Stone 'n previously with
tary school). Three prizes order to give! the results' of the come. ;i' I h'r..rl.' .,' this week. The mercury ,,111'1.1 I| |' |I.. the Mayor !Nelson' scored the persons who pleaded, Alvarez' Store for IS year

!Hi-102!' I will be given in each category: survey a valid and dependable I The work Is. com bin nt ion H-to-Hl.) degree, rouge Miiiiil.ty, und TneMlay .moriiIngs I city audit as being!! "': 1 utility to petit larceny charges I "We are very pleased" to
'oe..nlng.1
hat prize $123: ; 2nd. $10. and status. clerk-carrier and would Involve. HIM, .MIIIIII. eYposiMl. lilofims.. nn I tlie berry btinhes 1 less" and /stated .. ,! have. been fined $100 encn by have Mr. Stone with ua." Allen I-

ThiS! Space Ontribntcd 3rd. $3.Kntry. Persons, who have received 1 work both inside and nuUI'lir; were killiel.I .. his opinion that there ,should County Judse T A. Yawn ] said. "In our expanded

Weekly to Publicize J blanks may be obtain questlonalres and have not had ,jit would, entail either driving !; I I'arrNIi I. pleiiscil. tilth, uliat t lie hit* wren. ..fItrailf'ird be an exumlnuion of the city I The three" Edward D. men's department he will
Community Events by ed at Eagle's the Chamber of the time to complete them . books. have lines with which he has
anil I W. ,
I | a vehicle or riding a bicycleIn Omnty; S. fur. siy's I Hurt jerry (1.ItisI.uk | Meeks. Woodrow Mayo
Commerce the Tornado Shop. are urged to d<> .HO a a soon as been serving! his customers for
the delivery of mall. l to lie I In. t tup CIlflhIif. hut III *',|tt4! > of I Hi.* lute, roli.I l. IHilMIn" \ 1'rrniit ;, and Herbert Governor -were
The CommunityState and at the county schools. possible and l return them to I many years plus manY' additional
I 1e lot lie'. .itll In n..If..1| nmf O. 1) Moore, of I IID nested on affidavits! slsned: I
| .j) pastor
Th"V should be filled out anti the Stark. P.irkw und Rccreitian -i iI Further. Information Ii n" grouers ii |oln'"I Rrv. I bra net names toO widen
Bank ..-. I II, "//1'1' 10,. I II.. ....It..1. ,.ni, .... ,' "" r'Icu' It M-iP-h, I bv rv-nuMrs Hoh..rtt. ,. ,,
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? I Attending the WSCS dlstiiit Mr. and Mrs" (Guy Andrew | v i v. wet 1"c not omplete The Scouting Program in consisting! of Mass NoveimpvayciB

annual nietitiK,. In the letmnuil hut Thnrmliv' from, i "tiipcnnti') <'nrtit t mid tliti. present and seimon C'otifestlons -

I -ll'sl Methodist Chui i h In three weeks tour of South plan were to con t hue: the Presented To RotaryA will be held niter N'l'\-

Ocala' last Thursday were Amorlcu aummei .win nUn.f programat
ices each evenln-\ :
:Mia: Titus Olson Mrs. C D. Mr. and Mrs. B. .t. Clark: '01 V (ramp Blamllng and Mag- program on Scouting/

Williams'/ :Mrs.V.: E. 1\1' hltJlotOil Cocoa vUitcil, Mr. uncl MiT )" VMHI< St,l.Il f Park pi esented at the Starke Rotary St. Williams ('.it!''Iniac

GLADYS MOOTY\ Rev. and. Mra John Briibhnm. L. Caaay over the weekend 1 Appi" ,>vnl I Ii request for< the Club Wednesday' by Scout- Church Mission i Key tone

I Plne 964-0651 Mra'' II. H. Adams Mra. Mrs. K.': T. Vestal letuiietl tI, 1, dl pun.,hast. of $21,117 worth of mater David MonUomoiy; ) : ant' Heights! -.- Services Op"n"

__ Glen Oarrett, Mrs. VValln Lip- Cocoa with the ClnrUs for electronic !equipment for thei members of Troop 70. The .
yMrll. Thursday. March 17, and i'on
aev. nnd :Mra.: K L>. :Matthews visit i i II ''I, i id ninth gemestor( ofi nl'Ou'lImVas: In chnnre of DiR '.

:J J J\. Hrtrteo and Mrs. :Mrs W B Sewell visited Mis. J. E. Wilson. :Mrs.: JW Have Long H home afH'i, i I"I'' ... i III I i -'tninlfH tech( ntl- -s. :-viiilli.n Troop C'immll tills thioiu.h Monday, M.i;"i')<

Lolf\ Rt'"f| lo"'I1IIIUlnn) I itOntlves In Fu*istis: An l"'WSlrK:\ T. T. Long. being dlMchaiK: ( on "'ebru.II'i \ I ,/igv/ )..ih'Rh'! Hihoiilc tee chnliman and instltulionn: :hi.' 1 p m \!

Beach weiy'\ m"t Thursday I Park and Orlando 'last'wlnter'l Jti..Mfndp.e. : :Middle: ,!on and, : from FlIt r.w n: Wa:
visitora of \
Miss MaH'v\ /' ,* Jane Mtiypp: of hive moved into their new IL brunch given by \ VV K: Middle\ ton and milk .t..ppolntn"ts)| foi piln-I troop. I

FSU spent! ,* IAvvxj*end with V home\ on Besseit: Muad. Mr :Mix.:\ Sam Bturnberx. honoring :Miss Madge Midi.:,i'to 1 visited! ifjI ,11 I '" ..i.m,riintlnnlng rnn- Taking put on the program UIVDtH* rIa:1: tts -

'"n>i' un("le ,,1\1'( ftunt, :Mr.; nndMr" and Mrs W. C. Lovell of N. I: Mrs. Nat Sternbetg a toimcifr'.taiKo Mrs :lIne: Jones. in J.uJtaonvllle tract" between\ :Much: 11 I and n'-H rnsslns vnrlaus; phase: I

Orle Biggins.Mrs MyrUe Street have moved Into resident in IJiiyltmnBaath ) :Monday April. 8 and that the board of Scouting were 3'nlor Patro"

JoliV) 4 \iVkl; <<::Y of Sarneota -I the former F.pps: house. nnd last/ 'Friday; I II Ml,', nnd :Mrs. I... .1. DeTuckhave nius. pi'i" ,,m 1 l'n' appointment<" Ten, ei B-ue" Hn"dock: Pltr'1" : .

was Vj tijiff' her parents.Mt :Mr. and :Mrs.' Joe Turno.v moved I I Mr. unit l :tti-'s. W. H. Noll- lotuineJ to I their lioin by April 22. The superintendent Leadeis Steve Klikland. Jim

i mi "f:/ Oitvld "Bruwnlngthe into the ovell) hinuo on I I man were Siindiy dinnei in Noi'folk. V.i\ after" n month 1 added.. th.it the trustees Shufoid.; and Archie Th:>mao

first olJ/U\ week. MyrtLe Street. i guests' of Mr.;: and MI.... W. 1CSvvlnyei ':. i I visit with Flev and Mis R F inusi iiuilo' appointments for Scribe Billy Myrick and =-. ":

Mr and 'otrJ\, J. D. Seymour dene Wiggins and Bud 1 In 'Keystone Heights I Ii :?Mavlon ut tin State" Farm teuclieu not. on a continuing eriieant-at-arms Robin Mul- / :;-:,...-:.-.. .:..i.:
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) Spears will leave. Monday for i and they nil attended the ::\11'. and! :MIH\ Lanv I.ee .md 1 ,onti 'It H\ April\ 22 and that:

'lied theV jI on, Pvt. Douglas six months trainingwith the I Azalea l-'OHtlviil in I'alalka In I daughter nf Amc. la. ware the bonid! must act on the llns ...... r----.:;
.e .nioui' At\ Vort Bejining'. President Inriv Gibson: an- l\\
National Ouard at Fort Benninor. the afteinncm Saturday overnight guests, of ippolntmenlM by :May 6. f
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On: ovei tji\ Wl'ekel1d.v' jl nounced that the club: will not) I :
I| (;11.. Tom ShontZ of Cecil Field; :Ml and Mrs II A. Law*"" -.-- Appitn ld payment of $6.3151 ::a----
\. | Mr. and Mrs Charles Scott spent tho weekend with. his I :Mlspen .lean 11111111Fran- to> .II ,'hlt.t( Don :Morgan hold Ih regular, meetln: on l 1 1

How ty< Accumulate rind! children of Detutur. Oa. mUsiiiH.t'. uml Mis. F. il ies Cannon.; 1 Until Womaoknnd Mr. And Mrs. L. H. Futch icivlc'cs! !tendered The fOI'1 Wednesday next week a I IJQ-EII:
Stake has been ask-d to cohnit
: were Thursday to Sunday I KramrrSMI. 1 ftnth i I Him I 'Is of Tal'aliiiH! ; I' Is to be paid from! lace I $
Observe 50th \Vedding Anniversary the DM"f! C )111""n'Ith -r
MorieyontheInstallment\ }Kiiests of Or and :-Mis: \ O, L. Jerry Lawson und sons woo spent the weekendvlth fu ads. I \ -",-,"":.--
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I' the Gainesville Club on -
.Plan Haynes Jr. I Ii of Orlaruio spent the weekend :MI-H" \'1B./ Munily' Ht Kintfi- Approvel a request from 'J-t :-
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I Mr' and Mrs. L H Futc-h( r'1H'e service at one Match 18. .
I ;Mrs: Willard Pass and famllv with :\lr. and MIH Kvvell: Law- Icy Lrfike.BlHhop I Kmoiy: Brown on behalf of the I -:=:-::--
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olFE'l'vl'd theli OoHcn. Wed- Mir table and Mis K
i \:'' moved) Into the Fttn lloov- \ and Mrs lImos WIloiilev Hampton I'TA for the use of _a ] I non.Mr (!)lnn\ Annlvisai-y on S inrtaylth Brannen. assisted bv MisMvrtlee IMRIS1I MISSION' C ..... -.. ... .
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I Lakeland 11ev.and (
I lor house at 128 N. Church ;: and Mrs. C. H Junes of and the Hampton s<"hool/ facilItIes I ; -
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n beautIful] lecepHon at : Nichols poured punch I will m*
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street. 1 over the weekend. and children of Cocoa wciaguesta To f'lt',( :! out about !, 1'' their linm 514 Weldon St.ivcn ... firm" a crystal, bowl nt the I 1170 what ISS 'Of?
M.JJ: Omega Dukes of WashI List week of Kuv und Gainesville were Monday dinner .- "' by their nl:! -es!! AIr. ofier, end. Mrs. Mike Tilxhmnn -i meeting. i Rev. Father E Ixiul'

CJrAJYMDIcA: ; << I in<;ton. 1 1)I. C was Sunday l: ovej1-I Mrs E. F.; MiytonMrt I Ruesli of Key. and :\\rl.. I.von K Cl'oV Ji,' of Top:jaMis ; of OAlnes.ille cut th1 I Law'er' C M.. will .olduCI: >' WHO CAKES?

$ Of AMERICA 'INC. tiiRht Riu-ht of her undo und Mabel Bioffna of )R;. V May, ton. : Pasci; M ott. of aaliirf"vllle !-i PxHIn( fakeCnterliv MethodistsSet : Mission and Novena In ih JUST SO TIlE PRICE
I Charleston, S. C 1 U visiting :'11'. nnil Mis. Kolth Ollllnl- i
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:Mr nndtl':: L ,
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aunt ,
: and:: :Mis. ouls (nay of the china mMncftn parish. starting! Sunday, I IS RIGHT AT
her niei/ua, Mis. C'luolyn: HO'II-1 iiI: ill iimi tluinhter) of Jiickioivvllle I
Fut 'l1.
_" ; m; < Jjcksonvlll) \ :BfochA the d'nlnz' room was n March 13. and do.lnRtoa.; -
: : !' grave. Mrs Shellie Gorla und wine vIKUnA'Ir./ :\ anti Revival
Mr: and Mrs Dub! Hough I arranueirent of day. March 21. The schedule
>ran Mrs M. C. \VelN! thiseck. :\\11'''. Cluy Hilt on Hun'lny.
nrd son, (HoiixlaH of Orlando I lit mums. 5a lint) ama tidisu-, i void and vlliv chrwstiiith1miims *- 1 will be as follows;
These .r f>lGII.Ilv81)df.lu)/ >- :Mr and Mis .1. M. llu.vaitl. Loin' I ii'tmlttaMces, ti,) B:'ml- March 73-78
were recent Riiests of :\tr. and i In .'''n'leof i with
oiii. ni'd! ) "'n poin : emIt pom I p rm st. Edwaid's' Citholii: (
uted In'I"lIr'I181t( type taco- (If Lake lintlei spunt the ford County Hospital( tillselv
:Mis: II. L.. Hough I f uol'ellon( \ mid \' hill' leather lct fern r1" ",'iich "-P \l loon i' "< "''ij
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mountCitiateStoh&p., )U weekend with their noninliwiand I II \\ Include: Bprllul'dV. --
aCl"mul.4 money ystamat :Mi, and Mi''sV. A. Sulano daughter. :"11'. and .Mm. Cat of Alachui.: Mack O.:>men weir used) in lUroiatlriJ'' the I The ru -tsI'.P RIP f-J! ntth Kcv Travis A. Warlick. day, March 13. at '7 p. m. [auItnFmss HaRDWARE AND -Sidsie

ically ov*\v A p'''!lei of yurs. tr.li-it.ini\ I ntI/ birbccue HUppcr Jerome Johns. and family\ at i and Oren( J. Anders! oi Law- Fulfil hrinp foi t this rvenMon .> doi( hv Mis Rl'jhbfia! pastor of the First :Aietlicdist' consisting of N'>'VI>" i .1 uve) >

: last Saturday evening on I Crystal L.ako icy. ; :Mis B"ttv/ Have:; and TIp refreshment In)1In! / Ifai'dy! of Pompano!: Baa 'h nnl Church ft Huintown Ala.. sermon and benediction. On
(tlie llrst wedding' anniversary t'IP d.nlntf: icom w.is* foyeief1vlth ? I !Mrs\ W. H. Edwaids Rr will conduct a revival at the Monday. Tuesdn'! "'111'1ct/ -
Mrs: C. I L>. Williams of1 ::\\i"s. Kathy Smith of Hamjj
I of two Mr. and ::\drs.I Impnited white outwoik stm''i; In th" ifveivlnsr' 'ln Methodist Church -
-- couples. \ an First: nesday, services will be at 7 p.
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Starke and Mr, and MrH.lMliCl.irk ton: :Mrs. :M.irv livid' (of Ink1Uiitler ..
I .thorny Dowcn anil Mr. and I cloth 1'ivl was ('rntpl'p) :! I were Mr. and Mrs Futch., Mrs! Maic'i! 13-18 S"l'vJroesOm be-
of Fall: (.alliu! tire vl"it- : Mis Mai'Ion C, Fieuilt -
,, I Mrs Uobeit Ljons. AUo attending !with a thri'p-tl-ied, w 'ddincm I ouls flay Mrs Donald Car- fin sun-iiv at 7:30 p. m and .
for a f In.Pftl".boOkl'l, ( DI wut.tj !InK Steve Clink/ ul Purlin Inland of Key-tone H-iahN.! : mil'
Mi and Mis\ A. leflcctor Wh'tp'! anj It'I'f.s.: Charles Frisbee of cfallv: dur-
were (rake on n ( will continue twice :
JOIl ((4ULLSKI S i) : S. C from! Tueml.iy to | Mi.s Gladys V. Collini Mrs 1
A OrtBRiis/ of Jacksonville yellow ioettes outllnjd nAIl I :MU'dleburn'! and Miss OmefinDukes inu! th-- week at 10 a m, an-1! mIEIFCfDmImYOU
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fJipt) !lIi I I-Ion ThursiKiyMm :MI-: lam Johin.: P. M BiiefootK
:Mrs.\ B Haynes and, daiiRhtei : .. L N. !SiKnian' of Social I R Ilcmell! Ji Mis J.ilia A. del' of tin-, c'IIII': aol .on Washington, D C 7:30: p m
5t{i south St.
: ... Martha, of Winter Haven. her '. inllrtlp] tier 'ii A wold( th"l SPI'vlns as flooi hostesses native of Alabama Rev
Clitle Cia. in visiting RlnUellti. Lloyd J. Biyan Si. A
BUY A NEW OR USED
',pru.nlinarzf.Jt' :mil'! Mrs Bertha Pearce of ter MIH" W O HilleMr /: 8Ia// Wesley B WiHinglitun/ nj, 50. (Junket) by \\'ddini \), : were' Mrs. Dan Schuh of Wai lick! maduated from the CAR

; J !St' ,uluattended I lie funeral I : and :Mi.*. HiiMtoii :\ M 1: i. Roi.ibill' TomHII un. uli and white loves Tim cake Gainesville and MI'''. Jerry I Chandler School of! Th 'olocv] :

". ( ''of Arthur Wilson In (;Jlnp"-, Cl-me of Atlanta. Oa weiej; ul fifarkeBilly.. was topped) with nn niraii'e-" Iiweoii' o' Sebrlnu, In 'hlll'lI Emery Utiiveisity He I if the
rnvEatLiiEIt
: : \ICE.1C. ville Tuesday I visiting :\.Ti. anil Mis fem! C|I Tovodf of .JllIk:: onvllle mont or cold wpdrtl'ia' bells of the RIft table was executive secretary! of missions FIND OUT !
"'" 'eti1CiI1I. and lUle, of the valley rudy! Wil-ht of )Palntka. MI'II.\:! \
Flynn :ft: ovei the ( .hid! Jeff Toro<|lp ol Gali.esvillH: for the North Alabama
." :Ml and :\Jr.... :.r. H Wiitsoniif were visitlrm :Mr arid Mrs, W riank'nv' '! < the, centerpiece Vpeplna the jii"M book Conference! awl participatedin :
Daytona n"al'll'I'e vvet'lt- were two ftve-binii' !silver' Mis. Lester Pirnabv" of Jaclcsonvllle evangelistic missions to the
Torode Sunday
ALU'l1jRUfw' SIDING E.; on
encl K"e"ta of" :Ml aol. MisU Chainev Williams aid Lane cnndelahia with whit
c. AiltUuS.1rs. i "1'olev\ attended th' stock cal and eperunettes filed l with of teen Cove Rpilnss.' and to Cnta Rica! in 19112.( H-

ROOM' ADDITIONS :: Vernon Smacker, Mis. | aces In O'lnnd: on Supi'iy: gold white and vcllov 111'I I Calling! b'tween the! h'.cins two has lust completel: a ml.:sion
Nelson G'en,, and l.tiiRhtei :( Bennie Williams of Augusta nntiorn anrl c'iry'! nll1cmlll1\s.1| erl I five orIocaems, npr\ >rox'matelv -| tour of Brazil and Panama MAY SAVE
Ruby and :Miss: : Beth \Vlmbl"Jy '-' Silver romnotps held decri.tej '.\- | 200 attests In'lU'Jiinti! '
Awnings Screen Enclosures nwl11: spend the'c.kcnd Cottnue prayer meetings: are
wel'e'Isltlng friemN In : mints aixl:1 nuts!! seven of Mis Futch others I
with his "P"'nts. M.. nnd I being held each day this week ([ UPTOn $200THROUGH
Painting Repairs Kit.simmee on Sunday. '. Mrs Othrlln Pukes of Lake :and cLters.Sfate :i
I Misi Wlllhms! I In preparation for the revIval
Mr and :Mis S. Cl. Denmark I T'' "'I' ,iv nlchni-'e( : of reel'' Butler piesldud at the silver! iI II I "nH! nn ri"ht-houi\ Prayer' THE

and daughtei.. Joyce. nml iv-I I 'iiren transforietl to I Vigil\ is scheduled for Satur-

100% elyn Suitlur of Stuke an.'! Oinii..,, t Point Navy hase in hut thaI the eounell preferred! Department(! of EdUCt\-1 fl.v: !from 8 a. m. to 8 p. moO STATE FARM MUTUAL
FinancingPhone Denmark
Steve of
Lance
Ooldml Cpl Milltnrv College, B.nnnville Rhode! I-liinl: tot' temporary that they' be listed, In new Urn will\ be in the <' : at the thurch CAR FINANCE PLANLow
diifv
: book. Foimer unl'\man\! ; Wllllum I Special emphases Are t"I1annf' -
March 22. 23 nnd :24 Purpose ::
t; .. spent tha Week- r
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Mr and Mrs Will:! Slnr1on!
nl] in Atlanta. Ca.! Ueam: ; 'j>ub1kT11'II'I'I\ ked of the "uri''"v. Ca>-ev salof.'n. I It ;\ for .each night as lollows: cost financing through a
i of O-x, will
: A. B. Jewell I family Haxlpy. : thiS persons with whom he t ti( ('olll'.t) data on the p'anned' : : Sunday .- Youth Night
:Mcq.: > Kolinc Smith and spend the weekend with !Mis local cooperating bank and
wOI'ke,11:< en'mcilmun. anil area vocatlonal-technicnl cen-,i I men will fill the choir]1.
Jacksonville 389-7828 rrind'ton Cuv:: Smith spent W. S. Slnde read a list,, of 21 1 Itemshich I ttr with i leann t> the phllosow Monday Official Board our low cost insurance tool I
the weekend 'in Sanford with I Twenty memb"rs or the -
the prim council accomplishedduilnjf "> and i elation of other
Or Write: \ ami L A Brown andMr programs nIght.
V Mr Mrs! Women of the Presbvtorlan
their terms 1 of oflleewithout
V, O. Hor I//;:!. Jacksonville) 5. Florida [ and 311 J'. Jimmv Rowt Church are !guests nt a linoh- an Increase in t.ixition. : economic and $populn-i Tuesday WSCS'/ and Wes- CALL TODAY!
tion tiends In the .
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"., ,. eon-meeting at the Faith county; IIaclt.v i leypn Sel vice Guild nleht
w II ('(\ of the new center:
Presbyterian! Church in011'1:
Wednesday Family Night
In answer: to a request fur and n leview of the proposed I -

I I Ii rose today. payment for Mr and !Mrs Gail' Mihewsitti'iidoj lag service I I.Thttriday
nr-- ----- : 'ateilines' by work on NiehtIngale of prosiam/ pioposals : MERRITT

,I' : a birthday: dinner for :' St. by the State Koad Casey termd the !survey' a I Methodl-st: :\Ien'snl H.

I LT1'TTV I their uranddnughter. Tenna Depnttment with the approval "pi-OBiammed/ deti'mln.il:;I Ion l1t. -a ..? WILLIAMSI
vl I'lhe"ho:' was sevenvcais of the city water works' owneiO study" and School
I //I( said it wo 1011- Friday Sunday
I ( old. Tuesday nlsht\ at K: Wiggins was told to tinely required bv state ie ulitions nijht 117 N. Walnut St.
i he horn" of Mr[ and 1\II'.'!. draw up) an estimate of replacement <
The childien's:! I and: adult Phone 51-5391)
I Bruce, Mathcws in Galll'lw\1e.\ ] of the lines and Upon the leoommendttlonf chII'S111) provide special I

Mi acid Mrs E1mnl'utc: submit it nt the next council\ > Superintendent CIHPV. tIme\ music during:; th> revi al) anda
Cormack of St. Charles' meeting board'
I / nppioved calling for nursery will be piovUcd at
\' eve, Sunday ifteinoon vl. lt. new bid from the two loenl each service
L1kII)1 STATE FARMJ1Mutual
I ,, / >rof :Mrs Carrie Ward nnd hunks on Interest i.ites; to lepnld )
friend \\lntrcgration on three months timerrrtincntes I The pubic( i i. .oidially in-
\ 'tri" | to atten-i" : all services Automobili Iniuranct Company
I IIJ Mr and "II'111": Furlong/ \ Policies of depoict! on theclIurpuui dining the week. i item. OfftcsBloominVon,: Illmoii IMtUKNCI
and children! of Tlfton Oa funds front the ,'e"I'nt. i

I ::::: nn11'! : and Mis Jimmy Hen )11.- i one million dollar revenue ceitiltcnte "-

; :::: ..... .., of Gainesville will fpend i Outlined Issue The fund-. .neiiniently ,

the weekend with Mr an.1 on deposit with the
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__ .. .' Mis V V Hazen ''Continje l From Page; One) Flnildn Bank nt Stnika at imintciest ..."'io....
rate of 3.ilPPI\ tent _,,. _
I t ...
Ii i. pOll.ltlOI1'POl't.. BS ..1101a'l The six months annlversm, \ f '
I Bruno Resigns pd-.sihip! The-e ciltlcnl I aieas.' ,date on the funds is M,i, <'h 17 -
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; outl'ned': by Hill: In a leI tom The board apptovod Under Protest I to the oth bjnd members"
i quest floni Casey -o set up' H
I alT : immertl.ite cessation! of klndeigaiten piosram: for the a

(Continued From Paae One nil pirate vink done at the fill school tt''Jn under, tltli. 11 lifE
I school bus gamma: : make an of the lOGS elpmentaiv-se--oi'-. !!
but was 'later canc-ollod when !Inventory, of nil eqaipment darv act No definite iliite win I

the zoning board give Its up- I and tools at the bus !imn: >e: I set! for the beginning) of thklndeiRiiten <.

I pio\al 1 for the permit following I require( proof! that! each school pingrnm! :a i.id : 1

____ the meeting I bus, Is examined according, to Casey sail] the due would depend I !
Couiullctions I "'ateI\!Implement; a school I upon the omplctlon 'of wIOft/ iI

I In other business tho IounI : for RninK' personnel hlch "current and planned "onxtruction THESE /
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I '11 approved( the rehiring of would co\ei the follow! Inm' 1 sub- i He estimated that from

I B Andy Pink for city miintennnce : Jpct preventIve maintenance eight to ten units will be required

I work at a salary of $73per systems: work older system' : for some 300 pupils

week: approved adopting Inv ntJI'Y system: prescribedload On a related subject Casey.

I a minimum wage schedule of list central purchase! asked the board to consider

$1 :W per hour for )permanent, system, an4' records completion of an addition to

employees' and $1.25 for temporary After aocroUnn Hall's motion Staike Elementary School

employees The late the board discusser) with which would provide space for

for the permanent workers Is Cni-ey the current school bus flve classrooms] Referring/

Westi nghouseeFl3OLOADIIG )presently set at $135 They routes' with relation to the !State Department of Education .

al.so approved) an increase In recommendations contained in ) lecommendatlons the su- Boy'sSujts '

the salary of the city clerk the transportation repoit I peilntendent said that five

from $1. 00 to $1,800 per year: Casey su* ested. that the more classrooms would be

clarified, the matter of registration board hold' a special meetingto nee-ied: to accommodate the

in new book by stating discus the bus route lecommendattons proposed i kindergarten and Uhen A Young Man Take!" His!

that persona who were regrlst- since they were related programs. Casey estimated I'Uce In The Kilter Spotlight, .

cued In old book could! vote I!I lengthy and Involved. No dat* the cost of the ...-..00 I lie Prefers To Appear In V

Laundromat Automatic Washer 1 I wns set for the special meet- square foot addition at $rtOOOO I Suits Like These!
or about $1250
Int'. per squaie

TilE BRADFORD Casey told the boar l that foot The board authorized .11') Ha'on-J: ()' Acetate r9.

12 \' COUNTY TELEGRAPH because of! State Department architect Don Margin to prepare -

PUbliShed of Elucation:! regulations! it preliminary plans for ihe Sizes! S-20() _ _
Ilasy Payments! every Thursday may not be possible! to purchase proposed addition.
2 J at 138 W Call St., ''I the Conway airport I In other action the board, : ONI.V

12 und169aOO I'er Month Starke. Fla. 32091 1 I property ns a site for the Acted upon a request from I
$8 '
$10-99
E. L. Matthews\. editor aidpubHihsr : 1 planned vocational technical the fair association and : .

!! : center with al't'ao.allonal: changed the date upon which ,

\ money. Because of the conflict I county students will visit the '
Second class postage paidat ,I| In the state regulations he ,I fllr. The new date selected' by LAY-AWAY NOW

Starke, Fla. I suRaested purchasing the site I the board I Is April 1. FOK EASTEK:

sig i with capital outlay and debt Heard a report from Superintendent -
Subscription Hates
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G of Starke &7Ti1 In trade area: S3.:SO per I etvlce funds A motion to this Casey on the planned ,

\ year, $2.00 six month effect by Hnll!! "was apnroved summer school program
i Outside by the board Casey said. that some 70 teachers :
t trade are'00: &
: \V. 1 In a related\ matter Cnsev' had Indicated a desire
332 Madison St. Phone !))6(1-7701 Starke, Fla.t, per year; J223 sIx months
: told the board that a seven tn work In the program find
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Junior Women High School PTA _. Cub Scouts Enjoy I Mrs Randal Chltty. and Mrs. Also assisting In chapronlng

9aii'GLADYS Plan Fashion Show Plans Spaghetti I To Beach Jului Biabham visited andtouted the Cubs were Rev. John
e Trip I the Wait Museum, the Brabham, Mis. E. D. Tenly,
For March 25 Supper TuesdayThe I' 011 1 Fort the Oldest School Sr. and Joe OLssy: Twenty-
Cub of Dons I and ,
k. Scouts !! :
] Believe Or
House. Rlplcy's It three youngsters enjoyed theday'
Junior Woman's Club, II enjoyed a trip n St.
The BHS PTA Is ",pons,? I Not Museum, and the Old outing!
MOOTY met Monday night at the club ing a spaghetti supper TUesday Aiiiiustlne Bench Saturday.
house with Mrs. Harold God- Feb 26.The I
Phone night in the high school Jail.The
964-0651)
win presiding. Mrs. Randal F. cafeteria from 6 to 7:30: p.m. Cubs, and th-iv Dan i I group enjoyed a picnic Plastic Notebook 12.50 at the

Chitty gave the devotional.It i iel preceding the "Back to :Mothers Mrs R. S Mulllns. lunch at AnAstasia State Park I TELEGRAPH.
was announced that the School" meeting. n on St. Augustine Beach.( ,

f state convention will be held in All proceeds from the sup- + I

e Clearwater, April 1115. All I per will go toward school projects .

!t 4 I club members were encouraged sponsored by the PTA.

to attend. Plans were discussed P bs C Tickets at $1.25 for adults

for a fashion show,, I and SO( cents for children will

which will be held March 23 include the spaghetti supper o1'1
r at the club house with clothes I dessert, and.. drinks. A

4 and accessories furnished by After the supper and busi-
,v'w Leila's and Eagle's. The public ness meeting, patents will visit

will be invited to attend. \ their chlldien's classrooms

During the program) a writ- and have the opportunity to SAVINGS
ten drivers test was given to McKinneyReddingMr talk with the teachers. I SherrillMooreMi
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members by Sgt. B. H. Spears, II I I
Buford E. McKinney -
District Supervisor for the and Mrs. and Mrs Joe W Sher-
Florida Highway Patrol. Fol of Starke announcethe Woman's Club I rill of Morgan Road pnnnunrc -

lowing the test Dr. D. W. engagement and approaching Sets Card Party the engagement and approaching GROW SO

;4+ 1t Whiffen gave eye tests to determine marriage of their ) marriage of their

.....e how well the mem- daughter. Carolyn Jean to And LuncheonA daughter. Elizabeth Aim to
bers could Judge distance.At William Billyl L H. Redding: Paul Rodney Moore son ol

Pictured. at toil table (from h.ftII"): : )Delia Itoiteiiberg, the close of) the meeting son of Mr. and Mrs L. A. buffet luncheon and card Mr. and Mrs. Aubr"y R QUICKLYWHERE

Hate pr."lcll'lalIr.: ... ;Murguret, Brown local pM'"hl..ntIr.; : .. refreshments were served by Redding Sr. of Lawtey. Wed- party, sponsored by the Starke Moore of Starke.
hostesses :Mrs.: B. F. Ml- ding plans will be announcedlater. Woman's Club, will be held
the The will be
(*ttt Dyal, .state t public l relations. chairman; unit ;Sirs.. Dorothy wedding an
lllberger. district zell Jr., Mrs. Charles Hutcheson Wednesday, March 16. at 12 event of Friday April 1, at
Inroinlng director.
and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen. noon at the club house and Is 7:30: p. m. In Grace Methodist

State BPW President HonoredBy Nursing Council open to the public.Reservations Church, Lawtey.All + r I In

Altar Society Plans Fair BoothPlans for the lunch- lends and relatives of
Home Club eon and cards, bridge or Canasta -
At Tea SundayThe To WomenOf the couple are invited to attend -
Hostess be made by calling
for a booth in the educational may the ceremony and the
Starke BPW Club en- :Mrs J. D. Doyle served guests DeaneryThe category at the Mrs. Maurice Wingate 869- reception following. SAVEOf
,irtalned Sunday afternoon I as they were presented by Bradford County Fair were 1024. The $1.50 admission will

1th a tea honoring a charter :Mrs Ruby Johns as hostess. ladies of St. Edward's completed at a called meetingof i be good for the luncheon and Little Women

lember, Miss Delia Rosen- The tea table was beautifully Altar Society were hostessesat the Nursing Council In the i card games. Guests are askedto I
erg, who Is serving this for bring their own cards. To Meet i
year appointed with a central flow- a Day of Recollection Guidon Restaurant Tuesday.It Monday
i president of the state Fed- arrangement In the club color the Women of the St. Augustine was announced that no There will be door prizes. ,

:ration. of green and gold. Deanery D. C. C.V.. on meeting will be held on the A demonstration and talk

Guests who called! between Miss Madge Middleton ana March 1.Father. regular meeting date March Eastern Star on ceramics will be given by
ie.hours of 2 and 5 o'clock Mrs. Titus Olson were In Michael Gannon, 15. Mrs. W. E. Dowllng and Mrs.S. Course She Saves At

( the Elks Club on N. Temple charge of arrangements. noted lecturer and author, was! Local organizations are reminded The Eastern Star will hold S. Noegel at the LittleVomen's

venue were greeted at the the guest speaker and was assisted of the avalllbllity of open Installation of officers on \ Club meeting next FIRST FEDERAL .
March 18 at 8 In the Ma- :Monday at 7:30: p.m. at the
:sor by Mrs. Eldon Klmmons. UDC Meeting by Father Duncan. I a color slide program "The p.m. club house.
ho presented them to the re- A luncheon was held at the for show- sonic Hall.Maxey,
Council at Work A
Held At Home i Bobble Sue Barksdale and Where We Pay Big Dividends -
living line composed of Mrs. Ouldon Restaurant. HostessesIn ing at their meetings. Program N
Betty Ann Register will be '
eorge Brown president of charge of arrangementswere interested TorlaySpending
Of Mrs. CrewsThe chairmen who are hostesses for the evening.
ie local club: Miss Rosen- Mrs. Paul Men, Mrs. may call the Bradford County Often .

srg, Mrs. Nate Dyal State W. T. Weeks chapter Frances! Meng. Mrs. Don Wig- Health Department, 9692201.' Spring I

ubJic relations chairman, and UDC met Wednesday after- gins Mrs. Gladys Weldon, and Vacation Here Recent Births

(Crs. Ralph Milberg r of noon of last week at the homeof Mrs Michael Ollhooly, presi Mrs. Blair HonoredBy
Bradford County Hospital
treen Cove Springs District Mrs. Lester Crews on W. dent. Maxey Ton lay, an outstand
IT PAYS TO SAVE HERE .
announces the follow l l Ingbirth
director.
Guild
Call Street with Miss Madge Wesleyan Ins student at Castle HeUhts
*: 1'1' ONLY TAKKS; CASH AD-
Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and Middleton, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, The Altar Society will meet Military Academy In Lebanon! Mr. and Mrs. James Edward!,| PAYS IN ACTUAL
and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthewsas at 8 p. m. Wedne'wlay March The Wesleyan Sunday Tenn., Is spending his spring HEn TO YOUR ACCOUNT
co-hostesses. 16, In the Parish Hall, at School class! of the Methodist vacation with his mother, Mrs. Christmas Starke, a sun
SEE James Michael March 2. ()JUARTERLYI!
$250To 'k !
Church a going-away
nominating gave of
the
Mrs. E. K Perryman, presided which time Helen Torlay, manager Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Edward
afternoon for
over the business meet- committee will present a new party Tuesday the Bradford High School
Herndon, Lawtey, a son,
"HINEIGHBOR" Mrs. W. L. Blair, who is a
ings where plans for the. Memorial slate of officers. cafeteria. Herbert
patient In the Starke Nursing Edward Herndon Jr. Open An Insured OPEN YOUR
Day program were discussed Young Torlay, a football March 2. |I
Home. TODAY !IA
The program will be Starke Juniors Twenty members of the starter sidelined by Injuries Is Mr. and Mrs Eddie Lee Ak- Account ACCOUNT

under the direction of Mrs. L. Enter ContestThe class attended the party which I president of the Round Table rldge, Starke, a son, Darren

WITHJIM G. Powell historian, and Mrs. was held in the lounge of the Council at the school, was Lee, March 3.
W. H. Nollman, chairman of voted "most loyal" In the sen-
WATSONAnd : Starke Junior Woman'sClub home, and presented her with
Southern Poetry. ior and was also
superlatives CARD OF T11XNKSWe
of 20 In the state gifts.
Mrs. Powell, who had is one personal :Mrs. elected for the honor of being haven't the words at our
On competing for honors under Mrs. Blair's daughter, and Loan AssociationOf
Savings
charge of the program, pre- an education awards program Don McCann of Highland Ind., Mr. Castle Heights In the command to thank you

March 14 1966 sented "Marse "Robert In the sponsored by the General took her mother by plane to yearbook. enough for being so grand,
i'I Sunshine State, an account t Federation of Women's Clubs a nursing home in Eldorado, Torlay will graduate from but we're sending you this and Of Starke

of Robert E. Lee's survey and Shell Oil Company. Kan., where she will be near Castle Heights In May, and we hope It Imparts the very /

Hear Special Guest! I work During in Florida.the social hour Now In its fourth year, the the home of another daughter will later attend Marlon In- warm "Thank You" we feel In % ; 218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-0500
:Mrs.: J. Dorr Smith of El- stltue a military collge in our hearts.! Ann Sweat and ;
1 Mrs. Ferryman presided at t program will present threeawards ;;;; \
family
Alabama.
:GEO. HUGGINS the silver service. The tea In each state to wom- dorado. I II

table overlaid with a white en's clubs judged: to be con-
Bradford CountyAgricultural hand crocheted tablecloth, was ducting the best; programs In Lawtey MayorTo Scout Troop

Agent I centered with an arrangementof their communities to furtherthe Has Weiner Roast i

red and white camellias) education of young people.In Supervise

and! dogwood. White burning evaluating the entires Members of Boy Scout

6:45: A.M.\ tapers In silver holders balanc- consideration Is gi"cn to Street CrewsThe Troop 70 and their tethers' I Special

I cd the floral piece. Lighted Imagination, approach, and': enjoyed a welner roast Thurs-
on candles in gold sconces added final accomplishment In regulation day night of last week when i,

a further decorative note to to the number of par Lawtey City Council Earl Reamei, District Scout II I Inc.STARKE'S .
1 I
appointed Mayor -
POWERFULCHANNEL the tea room ticipating members. Monday night Commissioner, of Gainesville
:Misses Carolyn Crews and First prize is $500: 2nd Charles Shuford to super- presented Scoutmaster David v

I'' Linda Rosier assisted the four prize $300; and 3rd. $200 vise crewmen working on the Montgomery with the troop Purchase

'! 12 ,, hostesses in serving the seventeen The winning clubs will be town's streets, at the suggestion charter for 1966.
members and guests. of Councilman Paul Din-
announced at the FFWC con At the monthly Court of FASHION LEADERFII1ST

WFGATVJACKSONVILLE I vention to be held April 11-13 kins.Councilman Buster Benett Honor, the following awards
in Clearwater.
promotions made:
Dinkins and made and were
with
A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH agreed
I the John Brabham Jr. and Buddy
the motion to appoint
brines -esults. Beta Sigma PhiA Paterson received 2nd Cla s
mayor. The council to'orlr.' also with gave awards: Archie Thomas III 'TIME IN IIVEII TWO YEARS
the mayor power
, regular meeting of Beta Chairman received the Star Scout award .- '--'. -
Street Committee
Sigma Phi sorority will" be Billy Anders to hire the street and merit badges In pioneerIng -
a held Monday night March 14 soil and water conservation -

at the home of Mrs. C. W. crew.While Mayor Shuford and nature. Steve Kirkland -

Slade Drive. of Mrs. Eat Philip Clark Soutliuate will agreed told to the the council move,he he considers quickly merit received badge the, and home.:) Bruce repairs 11 Piece Aluminum Cookware Set

serve as co-hostess.! it "a waste of money to, Haddock the perfect attendance -

I Jump In and dig ditches with pin for 1965.

Story Hour water standing In them and:! An Impressive ceremony was

I the ground wet." The mayor given for the new Tenderfoot Teflon1
I Story Hour will be held at also said that when the street Scouts who were: Mike Oissy

the Starke-Bradford County, crew is hired he will use Negro I I Steve Cox. Joev Dampier, David Coated by (,UestBeltcl.i1 .
j Public Library Thursday boys too.Another. Roberts, and Mike Corbet
March 11 at 3:30 m. Mrs. ',
: p. Din
suggestion of
t Martha Minx will be story I I
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teller. klns' was also adopted by the 3 Woods Fires

council that each board
All children between the Burn 686 AcresThree
member be supplied with a
of 6-9 invited to at-
ages are
financial -
copy of the city's monthly
tend. Refreshments! will be Ethel! woods fire, with 68.6
statement. Clerk (
served. acres burned were reported
Reddish said she prepares
bv the Florida Forest ServiceIn !

Even "Look Alikes" Are Different St. Patrick's Day such and will a statement merely supply each month each I Bradford County during!!' r -- .....-.., !1- "
the past week. The biggest .1
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councilman with a copy. U .e.JI ft':
Supper PlannedA fire of the week burned 62 1,1
In other action, the council:
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; I i acres, mostly on Container t 0; S A V E t tr
What's the important difference between our bank covered dish supper will Appointed Lawtey Junior property southeast of Lincoln

and other banks? :Mostly it's the service! We offer be held at St. Eaward's Catholic High School Physical Educa- City Sunday afternoon Windy

I every vital facility necessary! to help individualsand Church on St. Patrick's part-time tion Instructor recreation Ed director:Mage weather prevailing during the 807'

groups" manage their financial affairs success- Day March 17. starting; at day, made It hard to bring
at a salary of $600 year to .
. fully. And. we back them up with the type of per- I 6:30: p.to m.come The and public bring Is invited a- be paid $150 per quarter.A per the fire under control .;.; II .. ....." -)..-j

sonal service that makes banking easiest and most covered dish. A color television -, site for a recreation area Since Jan. 1 there have

': pleasant for you. Don't take our word for it transistor radio and an' and playground east of the been 30 fires with 194 1 acre

1 come in and get acquainted with our friendly, electric carving knife will be i railroad was again dIscussed. burred ai compared with
seven fires and 25 burn- 1-
Councilmen Dinklns and Rob- acres
helpful bank personnel.' See the difference for given away at this time.
ed during the same period last
: ert Scott made plans to Inspect -
yourself!
several possible areas. year
Presbyterian Youth NYLON
The problem of whether the SPOON
SOME OF OUR OUTSTANDING SERVICES: Attend RetreatTerry city Recreation Board could SINGING;: fONVFNTIOV: AND SPATULA -

sponsor a playground outside AT JOIIXSTOUN CHURCH INCLUDED
Loans at Lowest Rates I Dank By :MailPersonalized Yawn, Linda Paterson the city limits was also discus Regular 24.95
J Checking Donald and, Susan Salazar The Bradford and Union
[ Safe sed and Clerk Reddish: was!
Insured Savings/ Accounts) Deposit Dept. and Carrie Sanders of the' instructed to obtain an opin- County Singing Conventionwill

Drive-In Tellers | Travelers Cheques Presbyterian senior high group )' ion from the firm of Thomas meet at the Johnstown
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Baptist Church QT. COVERED
attended the Youth Leadership and Pierce Sunday Mar. SAUCE PAN 4
city attorneys
13 at 2 pm. Everyone |IR invited 2 QT. COVERED SAUCE PAN. 16 tt'
Retreat at Camp Montgomery Appointed Councilman Din- ,. ..
last Friday and Saturday. kins! vice-chairman. to attend and Join In 3 Of. COVERED SAUCE PAN A,. 0"-
The Community State BankOF the singing., 5 QT DUTCH OVEN ROASTER "
They were accompanied by Agreed!!' to place a used culvert 10" I' .' r.t', q -
:Mrs.:- R. G. Paterson, adult ad- in the drive way of Dennis The church Is holding its COVERED SKILLET ,1' *
STARKE visor. Strong. Homecoming on this diy: and 8" COVERED SKILLET I"e'CNARGEiITr'

Those from here were among Agreed to have the transmission the pastor, Rev. Robertson In. >M' or1aH' Get all the basic pieces every good cook needs. All are rugged

HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED the 120 youths and 27 adults'I''! of the city garbage vltes everyone to come early t"..; :a..ot t"""3,,0,:..: smooth-cooking aluminum Teflon-coated for t'I.:, easiest clean-

from other churches of the truck repaired or replaced at t and enjoy the events of the up of all. Foods cook without sticking, swisd', clean in suds
:MEMBER: F. D. I. C.
district day. including refreshments without Great
attending. j Floyd Fugate's Garage scouring. value!
I M. W. Wilkinson, president !
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: FOtT1t 'R\DF08n COCNTT TKLEOKAPTl.': 9TAHKT 'FLn1lmA THtTtSDAY.", !MAR 10. 19B*
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and wdKhs 150 pounds
Lose TitleBHS
Region
Auner. at 5-8 and 170

pom ills' is strong an a bull and

1 -d di tin; hardest driving
3 'II"", ,ks in the slatHo:

"'111 ailed 6.4 yards In 147 tries'
Edged In 57-54' Thriller i '14.1 yards over the scutiou

I''' average ix lops 'in the
P' Ai tote champion backfield.

Both boys are excellent de-

Showing they could playKajtU' tinder( ]pressure' \: Niceville's .. pl..n.. l nslve players Falcon was a
I I- fnp-fllttht defensive halfhlu('k.
!: overcame a live |pt<>lint Sturkc) lead to ,squeak! !, lit .NTATISTU'SBHS

by the Fighting Tornadoes: r>7-!>'l in the last ::17 sccs '. 11III H l II!> MNIPKV'L Wayne McLeod 7f play especially; because dangerous of his q'ltckncss'on pass
I t : !II Ill IX 14 !>7BHS i
ands: of the Region 1 <('1-0:& : A Tourmnnent here Sat- I McLrtxl' IV, 3-1-7; and excellent play diaTOosl.s.\

unlay nijjht.plnymK 1 Baker 8-2-lR; McLeod W.. .I-, AS'V'' ;" nas a Sill lSIOat line-
game. 'Wins All-Area
!: rmiirnlflrrntly./ Conrh I The Tornadoes first took th< 2.10Vhltc.; 1-0-2; flcfl'll-h." backer and one of the hardest

Wnl'nAdltln'mn'R, fighting\ ;: loud from the KtiRltw midway\( : 0-.1-3; Akridctc. 6-2-M ; Totals., tackle. on the team. He held
live pounded tough,:: Penincola I 22-10-54. ''''''11 a "startiiiK linebacker(
the first period when fIll ward !
Tatc 83-70; to gain tho llnnls. NICKV1LLK; Campbell, \-' Cage HonorsWayne I u I 10: three! years and was
1 Steve Uaker made .1 i lay.ii .j HLyr
In their top performance of back over his head! with two 10; Lilcs :21.: 4-3-13; Ureoder., t.;% the strongest man on the

the year the Tornadoes hit I IfIl. men on him to make it 109. 3-3-1,1: ;; L.lles. L., 2-0-1; Bicker quad
: cent of their Saldl McLeod!, top scorer
per I Biltor turned In a- Stella i 1-0-2; nooncy 6-1-13: Totals,
goal attempts! against Tate per- 231157. on the Fighting; Tornado case
formance against the. Eagle BHS Athletic
and mrnril In their bent of1enll"'e I and was' high point man fOI'bolh BUf22! 17 22 21 851: I tram has been named to the

performance of the teams with 18. TAT I;: t 8! 17 19! 26 70 Gainesville All-Area
Events SetA
Mason I Outscoring the highly tout }L ,Alw BHS :McLeod! I'.. 0-1-19; slual: j1I
They fought like champion ed Eagles: 13-9 in the, dye' Baker, 4412leLeOlI; : W. 14- Just a junior. :McLeod ended
in Snturcl.iy'.s chnmplonship period and matching them 1G- 4-32; White 0-1-1; Kauffnmn the 27 names' with 913; points' w busy week is set for Bradford -
against even tougher Nlcev111e.a '| 0-1-1. Rerlt.liMh.611 Ak- and an 18.9 came avciaive: He I Hl. h athlete next week
16 the second the Tornidoosended ; ,, .
lloiiiild Falcon nod! :
tuntcrltm-k( ulllurck Mickeygner
had. beaten hit 51 base-
team that Tntcj; the half with ridge 2-2-G; Falcon 0-0-0; a very respectable per with the seasons first
three times and which entered lead. a 8b totals 33-19-83, cent field !goal attempt, and ifn| football! 's1 .hulllhhl'lIh| Simifortl, I'lIh..r..it.\. formerly ball name, a golf match anda
point Of
the tourney with a 21-5 record. first half points. Stove Starkc'H Baker 31 TAT Self 8-2-18; Morris was one of 10 named to tho llonard ('...11..",.. \\it h Couch' Outld' llnrse' Inoking |'ir
I. If they had surprised everybody accounted for 15: In a superlative 8-0-16; Parker 0-0-0; Weber first team their KliinildiTH. 'I hey" niiide four iilcinl'iTS of II'Jr.' .'-'. lHi.! The baseballers will go Into

with their brilliant performance against the 4-4-12. ; Pexiqck, 1-1-3: Mc- The Starke trash ended the ClasH ,\ .stale 1.,1,1f.'h,1. \ Iron' t I.. sign college. grid. action next Tuesday. Maich
performnnce against, they astounded bent Class. A team: the Tornadoes I Crory 3-0-fi; Bradley 5-5-15: ; season on a high note ;by scoring 11111" l's. 15. -vhen they meet Oalnes-
all including Nicer faced all season but he totals 2U-12-70. ; 32 points against Pensa- ville High School on the local
ville. with their magnificent -- cola Tate to lead the Tornadoes : Held at 3:30: p. m.
hardly his
got hands on the Falcon
battle Saturday night.Tornadoes : ball the second half except PERRY 12 8 14 18 521 into the finals of the regional AgnerFootballers Tornado golfers will t lake rot
Lend, for rebounds. NICEV'L. 12 23 22 24 81''' tournament last week. r Lake City here the same day

Holding a five point lead Eagles Close In f.. .\ PERRYStephnK.. 5.1.11; Just 6-1, McLead: continually: with a nine-hole match set

with three minutes left in the I The Eagles first cloned the :, Rapach. 3-0-6; Stewart 10-6- outplayed taller opponents immediately after( school.

championship contest the I gap the third period at 38-38 26: Brown, 1-0-2: Huxford 2- and four tlm.-s" went :above 28 Sign Fiiday, the BHS tnlnclad

Tornadoes wnrpd the daylights on two sal ,shots by Jim Roon- 1 .. 3-7: totals, .!>3.NICKVILLK points and was nl.so an out- of Coach David JlUI see still In

out of a really good;; ey and two layups on often- \. : t-laii-'lns rebound a rebuilding )prOHi'um.' will
Nlceville live and came within live rebounds 6-6 6-0-12; Liles :M., 2-0-; Paul MrLeod Steve fiakri. >ravel to Jacksonville Beach;
by Jim
a whisker of gaining a berth I Creeder and. 6-4 Leonard Lilea. j 5 Inl, 6-1-1.3; Urccdur.! Cllml'hCII.\; \ and Emmett Akrlctee: received College GrantsTwo lor the' annual Fletcher' Uc-

in the state final. Nice'!illo'a But the Tornadoes fought ,, Llles L.. 5-0-10; ; Honorable Mention honors. lays.! The trackers hope to

steady. Mike Lilro gave the ahead again and led 44-38 with Rooney. 7-0-14; Anderson. 0- McLeod. a sophomore, led the lick two more practice meetsliclore

Eagles! a BS-IH\; e'lgr with 311 1.28 left. in the third period.I 4 .. I 0-0; D'Hmore, 1-0-2( ; Smith Tornadoes III rebounding with more of the 1965 Class Kurt: Fdfhr, DOII'{las' tins\ ':tined( ( / : then but none is on
seconds !ret with H short Baker broke the first tic whenhe t. 00.0; totals ii81.;: !) an average of 10.2 per game A Stat champion! Tornado i :-aiit-in-nid, Huh O""l'gl.1 1 the schedule now
jump "shot, The Eagles: then
and was second( highest scorer(
shot a Jumper, mlmicd.. rebounded rl.'ders. qunrtciback; Duialdl' TCI" 1 II "1'1 cent 'r and I1IldrJ-

froze ing half the minute ball .for, and the got remain-their his own shot from Steve Baker' l>rlr>K. our off the I < boards. for till TornutlooH BHS Golfers 2nd was with third a 10-9 highest!) average scorer Baker withIn Falcon and fullback Mickey ;guard Butch Rctlciiii''. has rill; NIGHT !rf/TNl lor MM

la-st two points on a pair of the opposite side of the bas. in their( disappointing] 57-31' loss. to. :-';10,111In tinClasn ARcjriim 8.2 and AiMier.; have stoned collext( I j -i'.neri' with Tampa UIJII cr.'lty: war you writ.. Cone In and
average was an excellent -
charity shots after the game ket. and lipped in his own I fliiiniploiiNlilp" '. ci>iiti>st :.;...turdll '. Ituki-r |"nt-cd the To Lake CityBradford ) reboundor! and; ball football scholarships I The plucky little quarterbnck. xrliM-t ."nr favorite KST: R-

\va.s! over Starki-a, Emmett shut making It 10.3Rmmett!: TnriiiidorH, IH 1uinl.|: ii. they" Irtl ull the way Into. the fourthpenal handler.. Akrldse was the topglrard Both boys slunrd aitlt'Samford 'I Falcon has been uplled1: ItHOOK fountain. Fen. TPL'GRAi'IS. : -
Akrldge and Wayne McLeod :: University formerly by Coach\( Hurse i he,; best all- <
.
Akridge fouled James Campbell added two quick! buckets to I l lirforihcinK" cclurd h.the. Kimlcn: .. In 'flu fliuil, mlnu...... Hlah's: golrs! got and ball handler and Howard CoJle' e. In Btmin3-I: teed:! field general he has

I as the buzzer ended the make it 44-38. I llaKrr, :a ...111..1.. eras: lUIS's 'uclln") rh iimlrr In the last I'i into action Monday and:! came led the team in assists, with ham Alabama The ( ,,, ever roached. A shifty fast )I''

Coming light back six or. eight 1 Ki'iPii'H ill "lilih hi played. full. th..... In second In a nine-hole l tri ail averaiie of four per ame. approximately 4 000 students i miner, an excellent' passer
I I angle/ match with Lake Both' he and '' Thompson Sheet
Nlccvdle'a Tom Growler thell./ City Falcon and Asner wer- and a &upeilatUe! fudge of op- ,
FLORIDATHEATRE a. layup on an offensive / and j| and Live Oak. lors. named all-confeience and all- Metal Works
ought I[ nn Wayne pu'ul9 teams defenses" Fulion
bound Jim Rooney sank another I Lake City led with a team area and both weir" standout '
"
wail fouled by James MCLernl\\ \lr Condition l'tille1'p.Order |
-I I threw for 1,162 yard in 1'Jiamc :!
set shot from! the some. I I bell. ;McLeod! missed>. score of 178. the Tornadoeshad I member, of Bradford Himh's\ Your
spot he wan sd'deadly(\ from I Nicevilln rebounded It, and 188, and Live Odk 247. with a 42. David Silt-ox' hada first stnte cnampioi rid and ,ran :gal. 491; more Strawberry I'uns NOW!

all night; and Greeder uddod. Campbell flank a jumper to I i Bill Adams, a freshman'' 44, Flip Graham had 50 and team Two ol C"u'h David He compli'ti, d :a2 pe eir 01 Phone 909-4021; 01' BBI-HHH! \

Showtime- kdaYR 7 a charity point to make II I rut[ the !lead to 52-51; with :: was low for the nits foursome i Jm: Oodwln shot 52 Hnr 41-43. Starke. Akrldge.. addeda -Igned to play 1U ball
I shout fi minute left 1| 101 87ai le' He n i'' 5-8
Sunday :30fl.J t 1TIIl1H
: Saturday
charity point then and the With the Tornadoes/ still i'i

.. I Kill., SAT. fourth period l began with the trying; to hold the ball nNucvdle '! r -, I
Tornadoes holding a two-point
knocked It
player
:MARCH 10 11, 12 15-43: edge.
loose und the Eagles! once
i IIIIS UIWH. Edge:<| again gained when
possession
I j With the near rapin-lty I the ball went beyond the half NEW AND BETTER WAY W WASH!
crowd contlnmilly roaring' t HIP "coilit mark. Leonard Lines. ,
i Tornadoes maintained their then put I the Eagles ahead
two-point margin and widened :ft.VSZ:; on a short Jumper
it to five points 02-47' on )Eagles; ('.....1.\. Ulii S .*'s'kids 'ira INP S'sdtvt. &t'' 4: .,M5 w (fr.3 b w qt 4 r,: :" 1". ;et mw '

J COLOROANA three charity shots by D.iker. Rut plucky Emmett Ak-

Greg Reddish and Paul Mc- ridge came right! back with along *
1 Lend with Just three minutes .1 jumper" to put 1h(' Tornadoes NEW W %

ANDREWS has to remaining In the game. I i ahead S-.3.) :; Niceville, __ E1

try harder 1 Freezing the bail had at hi'diight/ the hall' 'in and Mike:

first been uucccssful but then i Lilea! !sank the jumper that a
cause the Tornadoes': Paul :McLeod j meant the championship no

he's not was callod for fouling as hu I i the Kugles; froze the bull for
No.1SpY fought to maintain possession the remaining half minute.Campbell AUTOMATICBLADESOFWATER A -

of the ball. Emmett Akrldgo,1,, wills. fouled us. the
..,.. .
.M then rebounded a bad Eagle; lln.il' buzzer went off und sank

shot and was called for fouling two charity shots uftei the

and Mike:\ Lilcs narrowed I game to make the final score A 1 1i \
the lead to S2-49 with a pair :riT-51.: ACTION

1nE of free throws. Besides\ n.iker's 18 points i

Continuing their ball holding l- i and Akrldgc's 11 t fur the Tor-
tactics. the Tornadoes i n..doell.'lIyne MrLvrxl 1 l had rtrJy
,
1 10. Paul I McLeo' 7. Greg RedcliSlt ,,.
;
3. and Hubby White 2.

Till! Tom Greener was high; rte

301 for the Eagles: with 15; :Mike _
Lilni r---e "'... ..... _. .... "... I
and Jim had 13 .
each, James Rooney Campbell 10, I II i: i' V .-' : :.. .. ,/ .,/ .". !. : :..
i # '
DRIVEINOpen I Leonard Lilcs 4, und Gary Sophomore Paul :Mcl.riMl.thP1. : 11, g rk.-: @j @ ,
I Bicker 2. team's \lending. rt'lminulrr und i l : r I'

7:00: Kcdt, Rout Tate 'second! highest "('01"1'tltl1 11 II I .. Now," Philco puts more action Ttf
The Tornadoes jumped off 10.9 average buckt'fs'o aiKalilHt I ___.__ VX jag i"
M Show Time 7:15 I )
I the wash
water does
I a better
ADMISSIONAdults .1.It I :Mcl'\ille.;" ItllS Inn In- --- -. _- -
-i! tulned, ii "'11'4\\ parr the Kanle): .. C-r- washing job yet is more gentle)
... Toe :Students 60c until Paul :\.1..1. fouled. out -
'
;. on the clothes. Before
.. SECRETAGENT Children Under 12 Free In the finitl minuter <.if the. '. '" you buy an/

fourth |>erloil. automatic get the full story on
FIU. SAT. .
Sl'N. '
: this new and better to wash
ARCH: 11, 12, 13: way ")

.. Double Feature J Program/: CfIH..U : ...
FIREBALL to a 22-R lend Hgninst!: Tnteand __" _.J '

were never headed an ,
I ","' "
? ?
I they matchcul the I'clldacnln<> 0I j jfev

T SUN.. MOX.: :' TUKS.MARCH <:II an team 17-17 the necond period r \ .' f J

13. 11. 15tSfflHEY .1'f': incredible' and outscored the taller visitors z; .a
461In: the second half
:: .rsj ANNE -1. ..''';' orgy I I The Rig Ked Live had four men e ) NEW CONTOUR TOP ,
I In iliiuhle /nxurex and hit 62.A\ .
-'POIHERBJUeOrTsiENDERTHfiEIU[ of per rent of the Held) goals & .a J OPENS WIDE

and 7o per cent of their free, '
sights loads, unloads easier
throws. I
j
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and \VlynccLl'l: ( led with 32 i, .

sounds points high' for the game 5' "
'i
-4-------: .
Kinking/ II of 17 attempts t : > '
isI Paul McLeod had 19 points,

!. .. Greg Reddish, 11. and Steve .
/ I ) !. Baker 12. Jimmy Self was ", "" :' '-, N" 7' THERMAL BLANKET(
-r..r----
1Ifi '''' r high for Tate xvi'.h IS Wayne ;
6
.1 ;Morris had 18. Sidney Dr.iti-
WE DARE N lei 1an"! Danny Wcbcr 12. ,.f. FREE
: YOU TO SEE... ill'Maker Take
A PAt :. Niceville easily topped Perry i )lr ; # with purchase of
ec: : c:: G:
'
-" A PhIlcoAutdmaticWasher''
WednesdayThursdayMarsh l FI'I.niKht. : to "gain the Una In, Washes double the average size load ; '' '
TECHNICOLOR ROMA outgunnlng the Bulldogs 81-52.: :
:- 16. 17 Nitrated Tom Greeder had! 16 pointsfor ..:;:'::,:
by New Philco. Simplified Design.fewer parts, fewer troubles 4 Automatic'' r: ..
.
the J Eagles: Jim RooneyIt.
GEORGE SANDERS Paul; Ginvamnl 13 James ....yclesincluding r I 2 Soak Cycles, ;;2 Speeds --T:(iple-Duty fllter-Dispenser amtarou.anme abase ,Iaund
... WW.h.. s.'.' I
Saver": -
C-mipboH, 12. and Leonard Variable Water Lighted Control Panel 0- ttiutilully.I I

l J LHes 10 ii.s Coach Kenneth: .JJ.I1.Q.lti;) ulkil; Uoact;? Iq,6umps o :...bang,! PM4C01AS11NG
Rogers" cleared his bencn. ,
'
..1 ;; II I I3 !David Steward bucketed 26 VALUE -1

= I i'lu'a points. for Perry, high for the hike U 8 IV y. l IIlhs.trotrd
I
w' game und Darryl Stephens

:..:.. had Tornadoes 11 Tremendous. I 1 TtI;;;COUPON' i $10.001 Let Your Old \Va.sher.Make II j II. iliSWORTIIl j J\ \

-V gees high| for 'two Coach Wurney A = points In I Ihr TiiriuuloeV H. -70 Payment 't'henOnly
.- -3 summed It his Torna-
up for TI1K; PURCHASE:;; ; OF ANY Al
1111'I'IIIK| | of 1'eiinaenlii to gain : FURNITURE
: -'j" dues bv & APPLIANCES
.s.iying.
-:' t ,41.. the finals. of the regloniH tour.tsanwnl Th.01,1 .1 tremendous I TOMAT1C: WASHING: C MAC1IIM-: (: I
i The Turnadses. turned (
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.. 1 aw..wrwrbp.sa.warera ? In their test < job I'm rt'III.PI'OU..I of them. Tirin gems This Coupon With You (175 :'J10) E. Call Street
jwrforntunceof Even though didn't winhlv I L .- I I eek.J
,-, II cauwu'CN.t"' ( Max we .
i,. the .. "..(..1. - "STAtlKH.
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AFTER\ 72 YEARS Gr O TIN ;OUS BUSINESS IN STARKE, FLORIDA rra rer .erQ.-


ENTIRE STOCII Art.V AIEl Store IS LAST HAVING SALE ITS! '' 1 r 1.giIk '



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!If. GRAHAM! SAYS :


\ftpr 72 years! of continuous I business starting .
with! t the late .If).l'ph1.! : Alvarez, founder of Alvarez
Store in 1 IK'!)I I. we are (GOING; i OPT OF BUSINESS' :'\ ,
\s time, change: : so do interests--my interests now
keeps ere out of town allv'Pt'k--So in keeping with
the Inn: ;ir.
Ve June corned! hard-trite had a good business
and hate; enjoyed; : oath and l'\'l'r'one of our friends
and ("t .stumors.. 1'eiau: v.e arc grateful' I for jour
rril'n.hlun", \ pat: pitronuxe we )prefer j giving!i you
the I I"l'mt.'nrlotlalttt.! .'.. and "savings-rather than sell
to. some !stock bn.ker doling our last; land finale sale.
*. u are harpy and fortunate: to have; Mr. Clyde I W.
( ore) >r> help us uirvltirt'! (his j: last and important( salt
I lam ci'i.fident' that 1.(> will do his best\ for you
:in>l for us. Sec you at t the Sale

w ii. CB<: \IIAM.Men :




M Ite;. 55c-b5c svd" ," 1KO ,
V U.l'r.a tlr $1.:1:
H... $3.5)5) Men's: iSIZE

SOCKS NECK TIES S SHORTS WALKING Swim SOME TRUNKS

ASSORTED: SIZES Beautiful Assortment I 88c -- $7.88OT1IEKS
fled J and Untied' "
'l3"-"f' WAIST
5 PAIR HUm CHOICEOnly &

For $1.00 97c Only $ 1Pal. ir $$2.19 ..

H H M HHM MMMVHHHHBBBH
mmammBOYS HHHHi

HOYS SCHOOLJACKETS; :Men's Reg. $1.00( DressSOCKS )
WEAR

fPfiJASSOItEU SIZES:

q (ff; Reg. $1.75SHIRTS: '
:3 t I AIRS
M1 79C First Come 1st Served : A.NI. I Ii U U S D Ii Y
IQ
Vc. DOOR GIFT to first 50
! customers to enter our i' 29. FOHSALE STtU' RlllS
!store Till" R S DAY. Reg. 13.95PANTS) Only $ S i ii dlHl P MARL"; 18th
.. ,
i MARCH 10th[ at 10:00(; 1.88 MKa: ALL
o'clrck in the morning. Si/es 8. 10. 12-1B 1 SI/KS ______
T '__ ..,. .r ':_ .01_'__'.-nI..T.'Ff---. < .1'.,'".7'J\ I.'Mnei'-;:: ., .., "'< -- -- ---- -- -----; II! .rJ<>oN ><''''''ir.r ZIa'I".r.' '''II'r: "" (.o'--i'C: !" ; -p;: '''''''''' 'OWII'II'.IU ''-''''''
fl .... : !) !): .".. '.. '' s' l J& 'rF.-'ro""I.; ONLY (Ij i M".Vs:: Ri-fL\H; $x.12)3!) !); :\\lt '..sd'n

r '" S U I IS RECOLARCOATS IKiir YUM folks dim I:know n<* l but you dw l.novi tlilH fin,> Htnrn its ClfRltE: SUiTS SWEITES...
REG.$49grj erllonl: n-piilutl' \J iiirrlnl and. proudly Holfl l beer fur |past| Ti }'i-urH.
,\< liquidator| I mil illlllioilill.. l 10 sell IhN entire(! .stork DRAfON: AND: COTTONSIXES SMALL;\ JfIJI'rr.AIlEt'ur ( 3 ;
Year Round Wear-In Dicron) l'olJes.,1| :\ rterytIrbrgnxn, nil-ticwnll.:. llieivfi.ro. I limitcut :s H,:,")- !I0') i\1J\ nJ\I( AND LUaIT'tlGUTS. :
,
t ter and \\00 I, Excellent: l Assortment' t in In Wools.: Kajon.s, Dracons.! Dragon and prid'H, nutliinul' In order uholevule to' accoixplluli Htunilunls'. this tills' I In piirpusc.Ky .a trey (" ...&n. top. TIII'SI"1'1": ASSORTED CUI.OItS- -100'',, WOOL
Grays; Charcoales!! Hrouns and S .lids.\ Si/es Polyester, Latest" Stales quality Iliif" of mo'rc'hlllllll.i !anus: unil ('!.(>'TIIINO:' and' EXTRA: GOOD; I $ 1 6.48 "EG $'''If 8.95 SALEflEG. !:= $8.88
:36 to ,K>. nil or i> tint. Iti'iiiH that lire Mild. 'In jour. "nnidiTii, Alms stores ,\!.t'ES AT ..
uf. kniiu. .."It.| ilinieadneii.ThU .
today.s orillniipy arc u
These Are Real you
Just Arrived BargainsNow 'IH nllni sale. this I U ....r.* tor ,\1.\\- ::' !
no >r.v u oneiv: .. / VLl'KS TO :SI l.W! -ONE; LOTSIZES $1Q-9G SALE $5.49
KKZ: HFOKK It i(>(N > !T-OI'-lltrslNKSS: .: ; ogre and for
lull: lln.e.I COMK:/ Illlt Ui /..OOnitK.ICentemlier :.
SALE .88 88 I have. n., regard lor. ,profit or .IOHN.. 1..11I. DRESS PANTS REG. $ 39S SALEpurtlhrt 4-48
.
personally see thut you fire satisfied with rash! and e\ery
... make. In this flnn MIVIH. store. As 'Ion fhie
| | + jo" ; us \\ "
26 18 ::11)) TO IH" WAISTOnly PAJAMAS
an) Htxirk In this storee will not lie undersold'" by

I anyhmlv.SlKned: ('.."I1K' < UIU':. Mqiiidator/ l'nJ( ''OTIOS.\I.. 3.88 5.19 6.88! YOUR A.R-C-D-E(CHOICEONLY ) : <$$2< .69
!M\l.hs: SK1U: <:\\lllte\ille: North Curohiiii.: [Pr. .

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AT AFTER 72 YEARS THIS GRAND OLD STORE,
LIQUIDATING TREMENDOUS LOSSI
A ALVAREZ STORE, IS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS



Itc;,{. $::1.95 Men's White SHORTS REG.": ; $:t2)3!) Reg./ $2.25; MEN'S HEAVY WT. Khaki i Gray (GreenSHIRTS Sizes: LJ.!,'. :Mecl. Small 1 JOY'S WHITE
| KHAKIGRAYGREEN\ ; : ; 2-I'C. I':NDERWEAR) ; $$129
I
GYM SHOBTSFIRST
DUNGAREES WORK( All Si/es-Tops or Hottoms(
3 FOR $2.07TSHIRTS
r- LONG( :'\ ; SLIEis: ; : (Jl'ALITY: WHITE: SHOES
Sizes 38403 .88 PANTS I I 1, 3 FOR $7.89SHORT Sites: : Ljr. Med. Small
.Pr. I ALL SIZES AS (OF NOW ; (GET: YOURS NOW
SWEAT SKIRTS $$1' .*> SL ',IhS $"3 98
Overalls .98 Now $ .69I
$1 Only
1 I'r. 3 FOR $2.07 I ONLY: Pro 3 FOR $6.19' 79 )I; "r



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=_-__ iii: NO GIMMICK NO TEASERS NOT ONE DAY BUT EVERY DAY 'TILL EVERYTHING IS GONE.MR. = -_ ---. :.---

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\ TRADS IVY STYLINGPERMANENT ; 550 PRS. MEN'S-Young Men's 1 I REf: DRESSSHOES$23.95: !); FLORSIIEIM "LOOK HERE'!" BOOTSSHOESReg. BUILDING! FOR

CASUAL
:; I DRESS
DRESS PANTS One !Lot of lens Kid or 1 1.05!'; Dress/ Roots $4 OReg. ." SALE OR RENT
...,
PANTS $5.89 ".'..ll.e4..n. >..'. t 9'-12"1 Waist, I' $1488 Kangaroo Leather Diess. lt.Lace: ;) HOOTS $Q.H8
I, In Dacron and Wool, Worsted $ 48 FIXTURES FOR SALE
SHOES 5 12.95!}; Western Hoot *
Wool, Rayons and Dacrons3.884.48g. SIZES 6 TO 12 BROKEN Reg. / SQ-I4
Custom! Tailored 69 COME QUICK FOR A FIT 1'r. One) Rejr. $275.00: ( COKE Cooler $100.00
Wash and Wear $$3. SIXES[ 5'j' TO 12 I ENGINEERS: HOOTS $ VKH :t-(Glass; : Show CASES, each $23.00;) )()
Sizes! 28-12 pr OTHER DRESSSHOES NOW SELLING; : (; FOR SI0.00TO ( 1 National I 1 Cash Register .100.00: ()()
$15.00 PAIRROMEO'S I Pair Snake HOOTS $ ].n.fI.. ; (> .1 :
$ r :.1.t IIANES: Display) CASES each $30.00;) ()()
One Lot "orted-neg. $1.95); MEN'S;\ :; S $688HLACKS WORK SHOES;/ : -0 !SO'SSNEEKERS !'..... I-K\n-I.arge: Size 75.00()()
SPORT JACKETS I TAILORS Sewing Machine $75.00; ()()
i PANTS $$2 48 AND TANS : $?19 I-IWJ.I.1'OP DESK (Antique) OFFER

I, SIZES$ 3648TO 16$848 $7.88 $$10.88 Only $$3.88 1V11IfIUSV; Cl'IS $oj, ".19!) 2-ChromePANTS: RACKS ea. $13.00!)
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SIZES 28-36 WAISTIILVI.REZstoiE$3-19 >> .rz. 1 I-UJ.SK: with Drawer $15.00;)

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HO W. CALL ST. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE TAKES\ (
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STARKE FLA. YOU BACK TO 1929 PRICES. COMEABUNNIN.Tilt" ?' .






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sv( iti\iiroii.> cot'vrv TRi.KdiiArii' ; ., si.MKF: n.oiunv THURSDAY.. M\R. I.. ii".


BOWLING t""j TVI I '"''i.,.', I lIli'' '"II III,,, tollnu. I Inu, ,1 I, Women's Bowling Full' I h.] (1,01 : Julia Wells:: 599; \
I ,i illnr 1 I liiMii.incc: took I three1mm 1l.llll d PIUP'MIV' I '.IIII., I IHrilUruril Police Report I
C''''lllil, > Kim. hl.i, \I. Niuinu NuNon.! j08.; and ClaiaMason.
l.irs i's Trailer
I Sales
I Tournament Won
LEAGUES 1 wll I <( 1 572Otiinr.ville.
VMtli,I :M.itt, Iiroedoi rolling( \ a : i ",1,1111, ,, II .,illfv' III Mil. Iliti'l," nnest I"lIl.u'lu.1 unlawful \ Ilaidwaie team STARKE hi
I IIH sot (,)1' the wlnncm John 'ml I .. .t' I h. t.s.\ ,..' .11.1aIklll.IIlr.r fined! $27.50 By Draw-Titc Co.
I ; ;;; :: : ; ;: spcrd, won lust In Class B. and the
,MI\K: i)1( 'nus; I Io AlViH" 4,11: Hi,ml nnd l.n'v,
the
I \\s high for l ,mil, Illl7lll4lul, I Everett Bishop p'llitit!: In-. nil-events scratch by BUSINESS ,
\ : 1 < Ittulil' nil'1tuiinlnir Tlu- 7'h: An'mil flil.TsvIll; was won
t A' \ \"I 0 .Supply! tnoli 10.'''.'>1. I
I ISiiMt nlon-f, 'tliN > I U'Xirntlon. $::1'1.50 01 ii\\ c3rsIterbrt .. Uln"ke'n Joyce: Barton \\hoI'OJJ'
inn" 1 I. '"i UillUmM: Jewelry| Standings: D & W. :fitl-38 "nti Ni
  • of IMV. ,'Ivy. iiiiO,, \ 'V'I11f"1"111'1111'1' \ soJatlon
    tn pn-: i .11 a Ih .it plate!: oniin I1 wrhne l 1 5-S7: ; Cnip'a. 4913.Sirais : I: .\1..101",1,11I1 i K It.'iid J! ..I .li ftt :i a. Bwr-n.: dilv.ii': !: I t'nn'' 'intMii' w. li''M '1'11''hi d 1619 for nine gamza:! DIRECTORY

    n' ''l nli'(; of the ThurH- : 494:11111:011111.: : : 4r4n <. : 4,4tT I I t:ill',;;, .i:'u., |I.Il.t', ':, .: .V".:il::ill :ii lttK;nil, .HIllllK IKI:'.1I i ill"l 1- I while d. Inkiiiw. flii.-d $:m,0:; ,,ii I
    UA\ "*. I U Mi1,oil iJoublqsi ) : ; l.iirtue. .U-4S.; TV .ll1I0' 4 I i. iii I t II> a..01.1 l..iu, I n \ 1111.1Ililthl I Herbert a :wan: le 'itle.itrlvint. I!I-.o1" 'it 'III'I!:" 1111'; ani 1 won by Dees ofC.Iti..iIe _

    I .! mil, Ittuiil,. 2iiil" 1"1.1I I wlllul wanton "' iblf 11"1 I ,, ,' utPiilin !: with 1855.COMMODITIES .
    i )" i "Hi "uillnl u r>GO sc- :'il'j Lnifn'fl! ZS'j-Oii1! ( an. I 1. ;! j- : I I 11,11',, I < l-.IIMl: Ulltl 1'11/1'/ 'i I.'I I I AITTO nF.1m:
    i i 1'' i I'u'viflfle. '''. ami \v i h s.ilil I 11\1.'y mill Mill l NOTICE:
    }. '!,!J. '.. 'i'I>I"H' (010; was n celebration banquet lit 7'30 I ._ I ,fI,.''',''... 1 tiniiil: ,, till r.,-l i. llii'in.. iS O SWim iiinnlii:! I A local teim: -- Dra'->-Tite.

    hi" i t t \. \ .'ilia 1, :us. !; p.01. on ;Matt 11 nt the I'n-I: :; >itth\\i,I. \1111...11.1, iJiirnllH"luhl..1 I with.. l it:nnlilIM .,,,l stop slr-tn8. fined $17.30.( 1'I.n.-III'ed f l I bv Bib. ) Fil"'I.-won? The Diadfor-i County corn- I Earl's Garage

    "i j ii'i' i IiKsmnnco came in I liBle I Men's Club at Cnmr' 2'."i 1"1 1 I.. iln' Ni.rih: mil'. "' George W. Em-ley rorklfS" II 't pl,'cr In Ci."- A. with.: th'- mc, :lilies will be distributed

    ,ii i, '! "uii 1 In-ilng' three to I UandlnOIr"I's) /\ (\ will be elected I L i SuitS.. I,nley' nnil. M I .iilillrl'iii. i I dtl.ln, wilful and \\l1nLon. f-llnwitig! tin fjs "ml i al'''" :Monday and Tue-day. March I AM. IUNI)4AtITO : OF

    ( i" i fl.-, I II.' ''I i tor" Cnt'p'8'n.. for the next mixed league 1/001./.. (! IliiiniVIHI.. uli nu. l InNurth I fine! $27fiO.John !Mity: ..J'ii)9: ( ) : Miillyn :Jl. 2i.-1j: 'tty Bennett. I ICICPVIRVOHK
    I : ship| | if said Uiulvnnil All Work
    Guaranteed
    Cm' ,i I. \1 1 '\\ llh)76./ while /: and trophies And other Girl: Scout Week Proclaimed I ,, SI II"dlo.h"rg| Final. III! fi.,itt" W. C. PncU-elt. reckless : I I'Iione. Oli9lfI'So. : !
    B .- 'tow, s 1 517 1 act I the I avvnrda will I be pre "nte drlvlna, wilful and: wanton .
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    p'i i l I'T' UI'L'IR't'. I ITiiKiii ('(> %DIEJU'I L M-ucrn: ': Mini iiMitalnlnHT' I ine-hulf' 'HIMnurrc I Walnut Starke
    I (; Mayor Randal, C'liltty IIIIH pro< liilmi'd .Murrh 7-13 IIH lilrl or 10..... AlSo. dnw.rlli.'*l lUK flnsd! $17.50.
    ) ,, I I"'mins' Keystone% Stnrke Motor Parts, 4; Bill Illock, S Hunt: Ui .
    :SriMitVrrk; In lirudforil ('oiinty. I'li-turi-tl with" thn iiy.FlorlilH
    major Donald II. r-fk-
    SHI i ivpiiMM,' by TV S"I'.I| Lovell. BI4. Independent Telephone ns niapitivl' anil pliit-,I Simmons AUTO SERVirE
    \ i .' I' Pit I Brndli-y's) 5'Hi : 0 Krnie: : I lire" :Sherry; ('011"'' Kr< \\ nit'; Utterly :.McKur !Si'iilurf: Dchruliilins & teal upon' tl.II" I In bile i i UIM..uril"uf less z'rlvlnar, wilful anti wanton -
    Patz 605.;
    ; I.
    !I, i fm' KovHlone.' while I Ciuli't\ ; and ('iiiinl ( hiislren.. Junior.' The Scont-t will riiadroril" Countv, Klurliln.hHfl fined $17 50.
    4 Gilbert S.
    ,I 'amp DlnndinR ; Cliff IK-PII ffliMl HiritliiMt you i tii) Brown
    1'i.,., Oiowii, '- 4t)9HH high (nriffls 5.18. Oem Jewelry, 0; I attend (Inirrh Hir\lri-H, In i iv group| ut tl .' 1'lrst Chrlttliin K:I..MIO:It HHKSINUOTII:. I. mid I Emanuel McNnal. public In-
    ('lurch this / you nre hereby, .. ri-iiiieil| ) i ,,, M..1 i\ t tjxlcatlon.: flnrd $2750 Standard Oil Il"1'f'" Ice: fetationATLAS
    I Donnle Bagwell 1i0l.I Sunday. ,
    .. ,
    I a ropy of your( 'itiiH\vtr >n, pi uil-
    BHS FacultyTo I Tt'rwlI1eA'Rrlotol's.: 4 ; Joe inK to I thn ruinplnlnt, 1,11, I illplnlntlfCH I Mathew A Orlffls. rcrkless I 4-H AND FFA YOUTH

    Vnllnskl, .) 560. Faulkner's Sin 1i.tI..rn-y. Tlnn), ,>n .\ : Ivlnij./ wilful and wanton. TIKKH A nVTTKRIRS'
    Challenge Yaw Jr.. 122 UulnulSinel. 1 I'd
    clair, 0; B. D 'al. 5p)3.): H'.iilli $17.50 and 30) days pio- Budget Terms Road Service
    I 1 Klui-ke.' Klorliln :!ti't'>:"I Innil SATURDAY MARCH 12
    Varsity CagersA Urnw-Tite) 3; Walt Koby NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED (Iii' ih,, orlKln.il. iii.'l'" ."r In bat.lon. Phone 9W-7071

    552. Still..Un Lanes, 1; Bernie CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY the t.rfli-H or thu I leek" "..r I Mi"rin Joriy\ Ii. Hires unlawful 2:00: ) ) I MM.: 407 N. Temple Starke
    .,
    'lilt i:"n.t 1 f.r I liriiiirmilCuunty.
    bro ketb-111 gnme Fld.iy.M.i I McGee 463. .
    Klorlflt' fin ort IH foi .tpcid.: fined::! 1750. J
    '! I''h 18 .it Brndfoid high The Ft'like Jiycces! and lie Kith ,iln>' of Ma,nil, I I'.iili If PURE BRED ANGUS HURST'S

    M u ii-niii: t the: Teirlblc! \ Ter- I Cliiy Kleetrlc: scores arc not you full I lit ili. "". JiidtriiH. Iii lidivfittilt >' 10 "I'EEHS10: ) IIKIFIJKS,;
    ", the RECREATION: NEWS are asked to please meet to net will I I... t taken imnlMHl. i ShELL: -
    T' BUS fa-ulty' vs nv.tliable duo to late I
    bowling Registration for the boy mrts to perform' on the you fm. t tin* rt'lli .I"-'iiitui'Id. .. ,in lv, "KI'H.nliillv ,
    19(;f> '. ir 1 ,itv cnners.id I shift. program lhM ,.rnilitini.| 'lit, iil.ih,, M l :II"I '.'" Bradford County Fair Grounds Service Station
    I' i 1': w ill 1 dismissed Approxlnnte :stanillnRS, ((26 and Rills Softball proiii.tm will The Sunday Schoolteachers Thin notliiulinll! l I... iiuMiHli'fl, i I "'1"''SI" \ I I 1" I I I.
    I be held Monday. March 14. at will be ready to work out'*. '*a,'Ii w..k fm.. r"mi'',r'i'h,,,. 11.1 iiIt'I': 'it I I-: t IM I' \l lI .> j Gas Oils Lubrication
    t ti' in) i f.r llirevent) upon weeks) : SMP, 70-31 ; KUndin, ,,,, fv1lUJRICE .
    EDWARDS Tlrc
    "
    .1> JR. Goodyear nitltrrlmROAD
    All Interested with 'I- lltlVI- >M I I U a i III' i Illl t lillllll'I 'I l I 1'10. i "i \ \ ii .1 I I &
    pi"' in .11''. '1,111181.101fOJ'! 20 B6-3S; Terwlllep.ir) 62-42; the Recreation Center you.Fieewill County' "i''i'g." .'H'li, I I' "..,i'l', \\ .iln t,, ,,,i, -"li"I" 1. SERVICE
    persons are invited Baptist Chinch rnMti.r.s: iivitiClrrk II Y '-In I u Mil. .,.II
    Paulkner Sl-33
    c : ; Clay Electric I I'horc HI(; I f :)4" 1 301 and 100!) st.irke
    to register A fine! promamis : Rv( t,. :McKay pastor or I llii I, I Clr. ml I t' ,,' ii I'' \ i i I- i 1'1.. .'Ii I II tiI'1 Starke. Florida
    ,
    "l! (not .
    F-n members on the avniliblo) : Stnilio, Jaycees -
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    l.t. rilinlliilil I t "'110 1 p' '"'
    Ficc Will Church
    I
    bring planned for you. Baptist
    c i -i, "MI" i :Mnson Mallov (nut nvnilihli( ) ; Gem I
    Plans are In the mnkiivj for The pastor and congregation --- -- -
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    > Jpwelrv. 17-57 17-
    C : i \tTii.: Ti-mpl" ; Draxv-Tlte.
    J >h '" v'( i" Tvic"I Hut"h- Tu, ITC tJ-CO; Starke Lanes Tern Club. All boys and Rills will render senlpes for Rev. I
    "VOfl.:: : Interested In becomlna members -' :Mc-Arthur In Newberry at. 11 a. I tZL ? .
    ini'''. i (I"! no. Bi= (e'u'onl'C : ?"Z....(> 4e1' .. I
    I arc!! asked to contact Mr m Sunday Sermon will be I
    lu'i'v : ( v Aflfcln-on an

    A"tle' '. I I"M':: 1 t'r' C.ivid( llu., l\ < <>l\'ll .11 IX.H'X: < Kill'I IIN center.Jackson at the recreation rfellveieci Members! of bv the RPV church L. McKay.will I 'D. < ; K [iifr rlri"" r: 'any lQ''l !.1 Dr( I 11PvU

    will i i'TH I .\\i> I roil IIII'.H. rl :
    I 01n.' Ki.ouiutrjilill' The recreation sched'ile!'! Is sponsor a Rummage Sale Sat- ; u.-Tti[

    I i1 1' \ d11'I'rl"ad"n b : ,: TII" "'" INS I. .1 1n'''iim'i'> !as follows: 4:30: to 6.30: Monday uiday March 12. ''lILI1 r : ; B otKMfiV K ']
    Baeizmn' Sh-'l- .
    :L Bmbau': : MM ni: or' FII.IXJ' & i ,i'iiini : ." through Thursday: 4:30to : JiIq.

    don S'inde:',. Lee. T'H; "iseiMori "on riii.. II"IIlI i n..n: 6-30:: and 8 to 11 on Friday: .. -.--- -c -.-.- "",,- .-,.. .--'.,-"- .---.,--.". .. -- .' .. ,.. _. v>. ... .. -.. ..,. ,-_ .._. ________ 'eJ '="
    : :
    '" MOIIMX 11< mi \ :i:. i 1 ,in,, -
    \ :sun: Wi i n r. D\.l. "I I
    ;N..t"tn < IH h..r.It "wl" \ t.;n t'hII' 3 to S and 8 to 10 on Satur-
    Luro!! and! :\tll"helJ. I l h. ". riliil lilY rinnl' i r..1.*inn. nay All teenageis are invitedto i'i'in s: mil, ,ir ('U''I'' oii -. I -
    ti* ,.KlnilniHlrill. ',,, Plx' nf (tl) (> ,'1At'"* attend all activities 'III i I114.11111: : .11 I ii<'i \i in 20 word..* or lees, one Insertion :Mi-niorlaN., n..oh.tllJ". etc. Uispluy Aili.. In Classified Sr
    "I l I :1illi' Thniniikln," }!, flo ":"M.I.! < ---- IVr uonl ._ .0:;
    lull' I I.i Mr. Jarkson is I.5O) Inih
    IM rill-ll 'nil |I"- ill Inn very pleased \\i I"> roil 1111.\ ii K n. I> $ .per -first Insprtiiiii.
    t ti,''I'i .11." 'II.HI" iou mid. ,I..I,. I Mini :bout the participation and! (-in %"!py'. 1 IN 311 "..:,,, If not [iiilil. In advance -- --- I l.'i'tKeyinl :!:
    <'lik, I IIIIKI, ., ..iiI that i.u Miirih : <- \-I,iMI.: I i:I-IIIMI' .ILr.... of '1 lUll..I,..: I 1'1'i to All uonUInliiiiiiii !$I 1"I I IIK'h after fIrst Iii'a-ri t.Ion. j
    .'1 J. I 1'Hll...';. 1 Hill .11,1,1)| | l I'. I Ih. ro-operatlon !lIven: by the II. II. I Illuuliiliiithiini.I, , coilpil or Mind IUHininlmiini

    11"imrahliTheltin, A. Vuun'oiituv teenagers to last SaMirdaynisht's ,ii ml his wr., ., ( ihargn.) ______________ 1 .2.% ( ,'har!;.') hU_ -- .-_.. 2.:>0

    ',' I ', .Klorliln.It"f(. for> Bradfoid'iiinu Hpproval, I II activity. It was enjoyed I Jaiili,, I 1 .}Ivitlnliiitliiiin'".llIllrr.' Each; additional word o\pr 20-. __ .0"; Or flu) onls: |1"1' word, '-_______ .03

    by all who attended. -
    i HiiUl' final rn-tiirnM anil foin -VIiitnir -
    tiiihr. .of rllKtrllint. Ion nndI There will be an apl1'erla-r! : lllKKlnhi.iluini'' nndI'liurlfii. Insurance Problems? 1I.Sl'INLT'fHJ; : Sr-: : FOR SALE WANTED OLD COINSAp- BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

    ,'I,"I i.,ililx fill, it "lIlHlllHIffl f th<> f-Mlati. IIH. nf lldllllll.Kdilie lion activity for the prU'tlelpaI I I ..i"'
    I 111'",inl\, I III I).t. ,.1..LN.t, | tlon of the Reno Recreation' i.: or 'si ir Call The Man From' HO l>mon St. I"al&tlo.s I house piers sand cement. ager.; Hoi'ne's Restaurant. other encyclopedia. MA.
    I I- I,"n'.n i' 11. I-nil:' ; basketball t:'a m. Mr. Jackson Tf, .'hll rlell", I'rivtt, \vli...,. morcir' mix. rocs; steel Law ley. Fla. Phone 782-9827. Payne your local representative -
    ri\isTiNi: ;: : N: TII'' 'itI'IXM! I Is "I.-'101"11' ". III (CJ'IIHal, "..11. "Keystone"George Furniture Itealrerl? : eyster shell "infrock. roo!
    Charley .\ilniiili-ti 1", "-all ii Ix hoping to present emblems I I'tI. 1ii I. Ohioin I E. LaRue I' Upholstered & Kcfinishc!*, I !gravel lintels BRADFORD I 12tp 3 10 i since 1956. Box 626.i ( ,
    : IH'SIA1PIKHCli: at that time All parents are ('IIAKI..KVK': PHIVI3TT: 1 i Phone 964-3794. tfch
    .t t i",," \ ."iijrIT l l..a.. Invited to attend this affair. "-. I 1'.1"' n.itlfl'fl' I that. A iiitnptalnt Keystone Heights MATTUKSSES: RKBU1L1) KNOR-: CO. Phone, 964-2521. ".\ Tribute of Rrtippft andHonor"

    ." The attendance and (co-op-1 tn forti'limp. a ,i.TtHln' Consultant For AU Your New Inncrsprinsj-! !qt-rV-p tfrrin' Myers Power ToolsA

    .
    Jots t :; .: era tlon In the basketball pro- Insurance: Needs. and Box SpringsDrop 1' 'i\vri: To those who wish to pur- |, Headquarters ForLuunmouers

    gram was well api>"pointed HOUSEHOLDPESTS fteprcsCntinGreat ( I'" A Cant, or Cal) AT KKnrrrn KVTES!' chase a riemorial of beauty Power' Tool
    and It Is hoped that. thr American In*. Co. l'AI.\TK\' /5BfSOAITI.ll :.iml distlni'tlon. ,; \ -- one that
    same .\ ('TO. Fila:. 1.0f MiOilloch. ('hum" :SUWHPumps ;,
    It spirit will exist throughout The Trawler In'.. Co. : 6 1 I'1.: l. IXJVI.K) K:. t'0> NK1INM :! "Hic.iHiiies' up"' to the highest I &: \\Htrr :Systi'M"KrlKRH ; ..
    th" slimmer '473-4692\ Daj flits. PEOCV !SIIM.I.ER; M:",inilnnls of quiility may we
    : :; it.Ud'I'! > : ACifSC'\:
    V Deth>e o ANt:; rut ton .Etigitie':
    VOTFRS rISTRTIOV: V V.s.I,1 473-4325 Nltes i 200 K.: AdMnv 'H.S tfi-hi, olier> (our .services : Iti-iitiilt. Suli-H Hi-rxlie.

    I ReiKtratlori has bejnn in V Unsightly Auto Fire Home Bi lnei: .. .rkp.l""t Ingrain Memorial Co. '
    .
    230 N.E. 18th AvoCulniHllle
    about this
    question : the Reno Recreation V D''_.. Monthly Pavmer.t:. PUn: a-
    Cente- C.rvyIa, : FOR SALE!;: Good biMlnosnnd X :SiMPiitll-; !St.' AilJiK'pnt. To I I1..rllll ; 376.3&III
    Oak
    "Business interruption insurance on RtI'e..t. il-Vit off residential properties Intarke. MARY CARTER :> & Cemetery, Lake City tfthjj. '
    BrOWlllCR Rt ROllTTVt' -. i COINS WANTED
    to J pay>> normal business I Improved and unmproiod 62\\ks. 1,20, 63 ,
    All persons. i E-flrfiloss! of ] BUY SELL TRADE
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    carn.ii: ;;'; in spite ex. vha ate 21 ve.us I 01old" ::'-hr. Appraisal< Service" fm
    fire or other insuiecl peril.Ixii'er .- I l I Drawer F. CUv tfcngWSFRVIfF ELECTRIC: BOAT HOISTS -
    1' er and! have lived! In this MMof your old coin. free of rh.irgr. PAm r$ the ith Champion NylonTire
    and machinery built to order Machine:: work.
    I FlnrMa for 12 months and IJELOTE'S DRtTfiSKeystone l Ii FUCKhen: You

    surance: theft and liability *nve lived! In this rounrv. for height'. Boat Motor and Pump re- Buy. 3- Any Si/.. IJI.u-k orhlle

    coverage: -- are ''IIogGo-r-ro-rLaoa IRJtE six months, me eligIble! toregister. CompLete Line I lOlliI' Biown.Repair Shop. \\ No mule Neediil.Ml .
    T1.IO TIR.U : n.n JUR! Rt 1. Box 363. Staike 1l lnsI -
    ; Tires" Mounte! HSK.K.No : :.
    they ail unti'abJe' in a : I AUTO RADIATORS cleaned:! ofPAINTS
    You mAY recl-.fr: ;' Fhone fly I 'y Lake I tfcha Olillff.itioii.; Get Our
    Mercantile l.ickare Slondav -lepahed.::! New and;! U'od: : radiators -
    pour"'j'from .\ flat tire run "I..t. jou time through' Filrlfiv from 6 to 8 ANDSUPPLIES 1'rii'f.
    E. boat traik'r for sale at SALE Ten on
    Charley FOR acres
    I ninnry a 1 n il I Inromenicnre.lliiM p. m rexpppt Thurll:1I1: 'sl. 984-39651 I Stiobo's Garage & Radiator Southern :Marine & TV Ph F I U EST 0 N E
    Road. D. L Kite.
    ? Raiford
    Agency .
    II "\,'d l the fii-tt.. ..'<)n
    Irnlu. .y way.' Sliiiilv|, |ih
    Charey! E. John: '* -:>;. .ami let its do!< the rent. Mavbelle\ E. Roheits. Deputy Edward's Rd. Ph 964-5174 tfchs David Gunter 1311 niandiiu", St. WANTED-.:Male' age': between
    ;
    Florida 22-50. married. to run established -
    Agency I GIRL !''i'OtTT'F.fK: Hand and Three bedroom CB house: with ,
    Insurance debit In
    Girl Smut Troon 626 Is deliverlni onk floor. screened porch. ;
    : e Post 1373: Dlandlnn :SI. Fast Service Power Tools Starke. Good pay. Wilte Box
    I rookies this week and in,:'KC utility and carport Hot'
    131 S. Walnut Rt. Very nice three bedroom CD ., (:iiarainteed'or! 930. Lake City tfchg:
    we are woiklni* for surcess in Control < vntp| and space heater paved
    I house!! with oak floors, cornei'' .3'" Phone !>fit-S20I I
    PHONE: );; 95f.OZ 1 Phone 9646111 the adventure for them. Par- I KeaMinnhle: Kales sit eet. $400.00 down with ballure -, INCOME:' TAX SERVICE -
    lot and street. Monthlypayments
    ents and! leaders 5' CHEMICAL CO. paved I ::1:1{; :j N. TempleTEANSV0RTTIN less than A. J.Thimas. .
    are rratefulfor I $60 07. Reasonabl" 1'hone1S2I!)(; : rent. I after 5 p. m..- All day Sat
    -, your co-op"iatlon In the I RenIto.1 I Realtor Tel. 964- Charles Hutcheson. phone
    __ equity. A. J. Thomas

    WATCH FOR OPENING : "tMvltvCIU'RC'II N'FWSN'ew I II I Tel. 9645701. I FOR SALE OR' TIJAUK: '65! 'Il 5701 I No.969-3355 230 New Blanding Btrhi Rd.47

    : Betlipl Baptist rinirph. Inl"MIAtlO:1.:14, :i \ : In\,'.i' v .lulv' l<:pl'l \0,11' pntv tojit'ieiH ', FOR "'Al.l'8' : nice lots for

    *?PI' A. Vinson pastor. FPV R 12 Wides I ITS NO) SKCKKT( pick$ up II tick C.ooil IP! : mWilllnms ('ha"1" (|IM" 'hound bn. C.ill home or\ ttailer $1.20000 for.. FOR SALE-2 bedroom om-

    01'VflLLUMS '.'I. Wilson l is the truest minister Grocery. Il.uni'iii' I.,.icv( Conway CSicvhound' ( ( !9144-> nil 8 or will sell separate. pletcd: frame! house at Hump-;

    pondiirtlnu a revival service The, Front End11:, I : \,. at t KlreNtone 41n ::117) 4031;; or nitht 9(14-1044( Lacy Good Terms Williams Oroc- ton. $50 down, no qualif' In;;.

    this we"k through Fl'lriIv.!, Customfade!\ ,, C'lin ('t the, llurlInif Conway I'lvinu Service, tfchK: piy Hampton 4tp 3 171(, Call Phil Black. Ph. 359-2804.

    } \ ./ JEWELRY March It Fvprvonn Is. In.tlrrl For FloifJa Llvlnf & l-iulinic Off I tinKoiul GERMAN: BHFPPAJID PUP- _:2trrn t 10

    to attptuj.Mtrr.. J. \'"" Now .Kxnerli-iite: In tIna IPS li-utlv( to liiitn ,,1 J.V. Ph m- IM'UK: Oil. I'() tl'5: :"..' FUN TIME:' Skating at Pun

    reporter While n1 !More Inl g. lai test F'1.ilptnelit ptou. C'awfol'f'! ltd. lt? 1 flax Ha; two buy srivlcslntlon. : Spot Roller Rink every Saturlnv Caiponters and 01& Carpenters!

    1M OJR! r Etl} LOCATION Oieater Allen Chanel AME: YOU For Your $ $ ; I'lH'lory\ 'frail..... Krimt End 73 t 11\\ ley. 4t'-li' ;3,17 tiltIc' .'-'' .al W:' Inut mid :MadIsi < and 1 Sunday afternoon' helpers! wanted FstabUs-hcd!: !

    Chuich. R"I... A. MIM'Imnlr., n :bit:, 1':11:1: I I jlniiV.! :
    "Smvlnv' "Srhool' ) Sampsonlastor nt 10 No Salaried! or Com I F I I H I E: !i'S; T O) N KI : FOR WAI E: :3 hivh :":iiitiami1 )! (' I,11'I Tn\. : ': > M.itlils. Juk-, .ind IhU ad Skal.-1I Included 5301 Gainesville" fin Appnlntmert -

    m Mornlne'' vprvifp missioned EmployeesDAD lioirc) .it I Lit lov $ > JPII ..I illt I! 'l:'B-I3II, ; I :: 1 t",'h!.! 3tphg: :1 ir Ot! ,'li'r ::117 i
    SOON at u '
    -- Tall Phil!
    down" no' (iiualUvin' t '.
    with the vnnfh In ('hlt""-.'(' The & BRAD LARSEN j I I'M. l-Pl.v TIKIS: Black Ph 359-2804 2ti-i'i! 3 10 FOR SVLE1: \b'droom C. B FOR SALE -Petunias. Pan- FOR PALE Rllt'!('
    'OPftkcr" Mill! h.. Mrs Fnnnle LIKE TO WORK FIRST U' l': I hoirc, Lnue! f fimllv room i-'s and other innuals at re- plants Will be ready M
    : Bell: ]! Delostre. Evenlna strvlce AND n\TTtRlKS: FOR RENT-.1 and:I :3 I h, .Ii' com elo-rd( Ial'a'e.l1)e:: : \ lot :Modrsliablo : -,' dud prices Shrubbery. 15th Phone 9C4-8034.: StarkeOrPOUTl'MTIKS
    : /cxf/ Door To Present Building P. m. Prnvr meptlni' Is cnrhThtnsrlav AT BIG msrot'NT : PUI1 1 lip
    : YOU Benefit !trailers Cnn! br 0'1 loca'lon{ :M A T7 lcas. icse bushes geian-

    nluht nf 7:30.: All Walker's Shell :Station.; Ill: \oiit' own lot AK"> hulf: ha- P113 11" 04. S. OlPiin St Phon tunas in bloom. Phone 964- ,

    Cn West Call StreetLIWSON'S memhers! % Run friends aie In- E. Madison. Si t. 1..1 for, sale J B Wlllt'J651 \ !9tH->< !jt.J7ol( : until 4:30: P. m 0643734 !5371 naiford Road. Starke. i I'VST3I' : : INT

    vltPd to attend All Sizes on Display I : :atel3: :i 17 : alter 5 and wcekuidtfchs' --. .' tchg'FOR ,I ( ;

    The tunlor church members 8-10-12 Wides FOR RENT--. Apartments and i I Arnold! Palmer Cleinln:

    are askes:! to please! me .t each H'/ Paths sleeping rooms: Phone 964- : FOR !S'
    Wedn day! at 5 P. m and 4063 Up Welder\ Phono/ OB4-5U3 Itp dioi sedan low mileage whitewall Dry Cleaning 3 horn\ shirt
    Expandables TOR" RENT -- 2 beclioonhouse. :
    MARKET Easter praptlre( will begin ,,I tires Price l'easonable.1 seivice
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    :381 Weldon St. Newly
    Mondav. March 14. at 5 p. m WANT TO CONTACT man In// FOR nF.NTa l berlriom unfurnished Phone 964-1021 or Complete training: location
    '1'decorated. Bllr.cls: heater ,
    Cold Storage Grocery Store All Sunday School students New and Used Starke who" invented house newlv: painted stove anl space hot water 2tp 310 selection. supervision and I I-

    some years ago. Write: Dane 521 W Pratt St. Call !61-> gas nfl neing:!'bv leader In Industry.

    U"Z n I), ...... tutU 8Yr. financing available. Starnes London Mills.\ Ill 44-l It flu !heater furnished one block THREE BEDROOM house on S8 sears In business. Trsmendons -
    .,. .. trom Kchool. Phone D6 -03'4
    'k.- \\1"10'" ,' 61544. Reply .'Itn.
    -- 2tp 3 10' Kmssley! Lake. for rent year potential. :
    f II :: 'I 17 ST PATRfrrCS Skitl"! : Pirtv. : tr 064-1962;
    Use! Our Rental-Pur I lOtiiT1 Inquire at Sam Rosen- Bill Turner. P. O Box! lino.
    datnrdiv 1101'I \
    Fun Sp >t
    MKI Iin 'Tiemhim Quality brigs. Store. Call St. tfcha University' Station. Gaines(
    MC H MlN chase:; )Plan -Payments) '
    l I !1) 8'j hi'its of (fun f 'r 50r( '
    < Ml ...nl'I \\ tVIF15MAKE
    | I III' Poor
    I 01 1'11. Jilt \ II 11I" Boy Prices"DOOR ville. Fla. IMiffFOR :
    1 I'I.un 01< Xl't ,. ,. '''IIIMl Under $30;; )Per MonthNOWF HOODS 4 %" X 43" "kate.-, itu-lurted! Starts: 2 11 rn21ci1' : $30: OR MORH: p-'r city, SEWING Easter. Sprlnz Is
    i.ii. 3 I 17
    nV.: .. |:-I-1.1: t I Ii'li -- --- only SI 1.15 ( : 'in local: food mite MTU 01 heie Oat your new outfits RENT FtirrMnei: .

    ,",n, ,I... J lllllhir.l.i I'lMltitlf' I All Aluminum-Easy to WAITRESS WANTFl -- Apply wman ra't or lull ti.nr; Fxeri"ne made now. Mabel\ Oieen. modem spacious: one 'jeHioom
    l""ii" I II, mil"'"'rI| |f'.f."III..1|, Assemble ,' not lenui-ed' Wilf 964-2912. apaitment Air copHttlnn.Renner .
    itt at Garden Pest-
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    "TICK/: Til AI PK\lt': person Upl
    T Itillli' "ll llfllliiM, I Your Choice of Decorator auinnt tfrlin' '1. Henth. Box 2783. DSotoSU l Aots. Apply 631 ;Mc-

    jj \'."I.i MI".,. hir-ln n..t It/.I/ il),u, Colors I ., Memphis. Tenn. 2p 3 14 WANTED Accurate typist.Vnrk Mahone St Phone 964-574!.
    "'.Ill., f.',- l>lMir.'H h.,IM i I.,.?,? Mobile Home Sites Buy THREE- Get one FREE: tfrha. '
    'll' HT'llllKI' J.l,11| In t lllt> 1I1t..t.l tNTED'fan with small In my home o1 your _
    ''i ..,,1 "'"'iiii 1 Suit 1 IMIIIHO, !, anil, tii'iulrmi ...," : AVAILABLE OAINESVILtn AWNING CO. family to wo1 k farm FOR !SM' F.:1: bodioon: : f11'lI'hpd \- ]home Tvpewtlter furnished.
    I on FOR SAt F.: 4 beautifully
    < t'', Hr c H 376-8888 hone
    mm on Lik SAnta FeInne
    .-'r'>t ,nriN\ii-. I |il'*.iiillnu. ti, I Ihinin ." 1 House. liElU": water and xn* Rt 1 Box 361. Klngsl'Lake.)/ wooded home!'ltes near Lake
    "!.., Full Lake Privileges 1 : .itc-, fnnt' lot V'l' Phone 533-2381. Itch '
    mil "n |Ih|, t'luiiiiirr'i furntshel< On mall and : rhool ? Santa Fe at Eailton Total 7
    -.: Let Us Prepare Your Beef and I"'",, ,. I lion. i it. .\. ,Hi'-i:, ,, .mil, Homestead:; Exempt- FOR SALE-1962 Ford "'dr.. oiile. SToriTati'! sten'lvnl- lensonnblc Mi\ ? Do'ls! Cirlton: acres fenced. 680' fror.tajis!
    < 'in in"iKliuii III ''h,- nrrii, .r lnt's.i
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    i- Oalal500.. 122: Gen; I"jia A\e 8t Cloud
    For '," "I'li'rU" i-f Iln/ > ('Ii,-, nil '",,, t tn Financing Factory air condition .\r\. -- Brndfoid( En"!-ciInot. .I WANTED Ride to G on SR 200-A. J. J. Bennett.
    Pork Your Deep Freezer. or hKfiirr I lli. l th \\v\ "' power\ sfe.-M-inii. radio Co.. Ph 804-2321::! :!! Stir'-e= ||I F a. 832-2(1-12: ::!( : 2tt; 3 17 vlt'e) to work, :Monday throueh 11402 Elaine Dr. Jacksonville
    \'n,. h. I'mii!' .,tiii--i !I.... | ,' and heater
    : 'h. Very !good condition -
    r'I3e will Plck-"" and Butcher. There will he a .i-iriit. ,InnH,, nf Hnl? .l ,'", ,,II'n'1, v .1', Lake Geneva : Phone atcli 3 17 Fridav. hours 8:30: to 5. Call 768-60_1 I'char' II I
    964-2381. I Itclvs RFNT '
    FOR Fuvn'hed 3
    ''nk'n 11M ....nf,......, To\' ,", 'I, -- 964-5764. Itchg I
    Small; Fee for (IMrk-up, -Hutrherinpr rows $3.00 per ThfK' niitltc .)"iilt. l To" tiiihlfphi. .,' i'e! rooms am bath cot' aae In FOR SALE Sveet potato I
    ?
    HOUSn!: THinET rentor
    ;ilead nnd Hide. lion "<' per lb.-Cleaned Weight./ innHiuh w..k! f'T f'n'. -. Trailer Sales FOR SALE-2 bedroom frame I : Wnldo. $40 month. Pll.' 468- seeJ;! North Carolina Yam \
    iltlMuiekii I I I In i tlic n"Jr.1 i I : \ trnde. 8' by 43'; :2:! tx-droom: FOR LE-52 3 4 ton Chevrolet -
    :For Chill-cut and wrapping: < 5'jc' per Ib. with paper. ",,''''1'' Ti.li.f,1. ., house partly furnished hot I Ph. OrM-18'2. Itp 1403. Up truck go'vi: : condition. $2.50 ba See S C. Harley. Rt. ;

    Pat' fliln I Sill day uf Kil
    We' Sell fleet nnd Pork for Home r..e7t'M 51 rv.it tirtrt.1.) Height. '"* miles east of Starke on 100\1'' FOR RENT-4 rooms r-ilh FOR RENT T\a bedroom!! Court. Lowell S. Bradley FOR RENT "dapirtnvnt

    'Phone 961-8281 1 21S Washington St. I 1'11\111.1'\: 1i.' \ II 13 '- I Open Sun. & Evenings' 'I Call 964-3731 after 5 p. fit'! nishe ] npnrtment\ CtV .'"ir'inxl'l'od, : hou, 3011 "1'ith Phone 473-1921 KevstoppJ't! 4 "i"im'( wIth !'rl- I

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    REM.EM8ER.VoUR THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i

    ESTABLISHED 1879 j jIE.
    PRIMARYMIS510N IS To ,

    L,. MATTHEWS. EDITOR ANO Pusi-i.H.;n
    LOCATC IMMSiOIATE'I.Y,
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    ,, FLORIDA'S' OLDEST WEEKLY: NEWSPAPER PUSLISHBO' : CON-
    A SUIT BU SITS- FOR.
    TINUOUM.V UNOCN THE SAME MAsrHiAa:

    dIiii1nqqI FUBLI. ... L..H THUll., DAY AND ENTCREO! Au SECOND: CLA. MATTER: AT THI
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    ,\ :, ; ; ; : I COURT HouSE' POST: Omcc AT STANKC.: FLA UNDCit: ACT Of,. MARCH *. '.7..

    t I 8" IN THE TRADE AREA -- ONH YEAR S3.5O: ( . SIX MONTHS $2.00

    I ': t t I ntTTSIDm: TRAOK ARRA ONK! TKAR 14.OO SIX MONTHS 12.25
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    Bradford County's 'Juvenile Shelter I .. ... I

    nnd I'll pay ;you somethlnj AIT ANSWER.
    The I ) neeil, for u county juvenile locked up with adult criminals host-! I Farmer's Diary S

    t-holter. to house youthful offenders influence on them is: in the wrong di- I I 'Imei) too. living pIonIt\ "
    has! l bcen> called to the attention of the rection. I Hy Sam :Mriar\ey(; highway, you are subject to .EVERY TIME!

    I II (mils bv e\eiy\ "' > p"' outfit :
    newl.COI'med committee to investigate The present jail was designed to t though Is that I the tourLineliiKliwuy "
    \\ ( I the scc'Lion. fiom "When things get a little tight, or I lee soit'"
    juvenile problems. Deputy Sheriff accommodate twenty inmates, and no Is finally open and

    Dolph> Reddish( ( also brought the need provisions were included for )handling: I now you can dl It e nlonu! 301 I of I hose day-old who have chicks.n bnrvalu to load the thing that will give rny children or husband f

    for !such\ a shelter to the attention of juveniles. Perhaps I t the need was not without! wonylni; about getI "painters" who will spray your special pleasure-or whenever we need a few

    the County Commi :'\ion at special\ as great then as it i is: today. I I.111111 run orr Into. the ditch,t building with what amounts
    I While that ploeet1118! under extra dollars for any number of reason*-my
    in Jar At the time Keddish' colored '.
    nu'elinjf! uiry. Deputy !\ spoke tu nothing: but tva 1c1.S
    In )pointing: up the need. Deputy to the Commission, eight youths'! were I the construction road' about we 100';ot time I inn, and nfi!! S S savings account is my answer! Save regularly

    Keildi.-th! outlined some of the complex being held behind! bars in the county we know that others arounr( Not to mention the \insum'tt -- and your bank savings account will grow mnprisinflly -

    problems: (that are involved in )keeping jail, and records: show that 318-between here had tin same t''lwl'lcnl'e' mils\( P. peddlers ann who who offer( travel to sell In fast with safety phi /ntortjf', a*.
    youth confined! in the the of 7 and 16 *
    county( jail. ages years- "It ain't xoiinu rnln noi I von In.,ul'lll1'e with a (company .a/nod 1 r
    Juveniles are frequently held in jail have: been confined there since 1957.!); I ir.uie. no ntoie Is the aopc- You've hl'lIl'thll\ t old i>'x- vou'vinever even hl'lIl't I of.

    becati.-e I there is no other place to keep Of this number, 53 were girls.A lul theme MIIIK of our bciry pre lon about "11'1. me live! ii through/: POUdl'M"hl'h( oftenairn't .Start saving here NOWt.FLORIDA.

    thf-m. While some of these youths! are majority of the girls, and some 'roweLs tills week as they a house by the Mcle of a road worth' the paper hey'
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    guilty of criminal offenses! other of the boys were runaways. (fJirls: ,;, especially have moie watei than berries. and bt n frlen.1:! to :Man. Well i me wiitten! on.
    a'd: piactlcaly no one at the It may sound Ill1nd.> but lieluallv .
    may have been picked up merely. for present a serious }problem because ) it often Is notliliiH birn
    inaiket ever buys untcr What :
    :Maybe all (of this .sound- a.suml
    running from home. of lack of privacy in I he jail.
    mvny
    we :'o need Is a spell ot warm pain In tile neck. Like Ins I h we are bitter lib Jut
    Hunaways must be Kept at.. the jail Walls 1 of a cell are not all solidt cay weather to net the crop \\eek, when might smAck In the the. travelers along the ; I

    here t they tire thrown inVontact wfth least one side of each is enclosed only Into production and It it middle of..H heavy "white" 'way. We are not: but hl&I1-1,

    adult offenders! who may have committed by bars. doesn't come soon it won't do ruin tourlKt knocked at tin( I same time we'd caution anyone -i

    (! felonies or even more Heriou: As< Deputy Keddish )pointed( out the much good. door to use our. phone. who wants to live "in a -B.JtNK AT STARKE
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    crimes. county jail is just too small to meet house by the side of a toad.S :
    ( robins we>'p euppose to it turned' out., the phone *
    Not only must be the needs of both adults and
    juveniles.
    runaway youth* *
    fly iorth last ueekencl. whn wasn'toiklim" no we hud to Llkt all auod-s aiidtns : On of 31 Biuika of the Florida National Group
    kept at the 'jail, but so must dependent And the situation is: further complicated ',
    et out in I the
    w* had a full moon and we downpoUAnd ideas. it Is subject to k little .
    youths: he I kept there oil occasions' when it becomes necessary: to hope they followed the sche tnke the tourist' to Lawtey. tly (
    Ml'utlny fts you may to boa Member Federal Deposit Inauranc Corp.
    when no other place be found to con -ne inmates of both sexes. where he to '
    can c offer them shelter. Some people, !lake the position) that need pickers they can get come out amid fix his Hat tire set him lieu run you bow- i

    Dependent children are not, clelinliient.s. a (delinquent is a delinquent and! t the a Ion if well without the help of If you live by the roadside It legged. I,

    ( : They are guilty of uo 'crime. proper place for him is: in jail. "Let the. led-bienstcd little thieves! Is something you have to do
    # S hut at times. It run net! to bmilsancr. n
    They are simply' unfortunate. children him find out what it's like" they tay.* .
    But "pellklnalaln about In spite of your deshe -
    whose' home life i ii so bad.! "MO' unwholesome This might be the )proper!, :! course, in .nla. we've \had more than to be helpful to otheis

    or so completely lacking in some hardened( Cltlehilt: !\ it does not enouxh! in the Lawtey amen .

    the basic necessities,;,; that juvenile officials apply to a majority of young people) and about the only place you For one? tliina-[, the pn loSe I'll- EVIYALMARCH !

    l seek to find other accommodations who get into h'ouhle-p'iJccilllly) for won't b'J'i: down in Is on th ,).v who n.sk for help, ) are orten

    t : for them, such as a foster home. the first time. Those who think like hard roarl.s.. The water tll bit far' from bring diplomatic 01

    Hut until such a home is located, this are actually saying\ that it I U better here Is 80 close to the surface even com Icons.( LIke the man
    where else, in Jact. that all of you have to who called to Sam om
    ; is: there for them to stay to place these youthful offenders
    but I the jail? This i is all the county in cells with adults who can t each oo IN say Hi-it. word rain ear Mine when IIP was woilclnv
    puddles appear out In the field with the tractor -
    provides at present in the way of a I them things they J probably haven't j lityciheci( "llrvnu' 13-18 1966
    "juvenile shelter." heard of yet whose influence \ : .
    : ; nn Blx; ni'Uh in tills section. | Come heie You're not cloln;
    In \pre.spntintf: I the )problem to t the them cannot be measured; . so t that. I IrD nnytiling Come fix my theSuppfT ,

    new committee, Dfpnty> ) Krddish! pointed they can learn crime from experienced! ( ] I I

    l out t that: prr.scnt: fiu'ilitifj; tit t the adult. They are saying, in el Oct. I

    j.iail:& are inndcriiiute( ;and/ ( ;unsuitable: furhoiisimr that: this is better than tryiuir to leh.ihilitate Night. )! in Fe'liothIp:

    jin j miles, whether dependent the youngsters: and ,Keep' : tiu c l M ill.ThiirHdav tt:13.: a n rt Friday.
    or delinquent.! t them from becoming adult( offenders Mini, 17-18 RevIval Scrvlc-j; '

    At the present), time, impressionable: t th<'inselves.It's i., 10 .1 m' mind 7:30: |,.m. First Methodist

    youths. are confined in the county jail\ :! hard! to picture a t-e\en-yeur-old NEWSI ,,

    alonjr with adult offenders! !some of "hardened criminal," hut its! easy to I I ICcml'IU'S: :N\Mhii;/ I
    'I 1 10 C'. I n. cOINCJI/ : I
    whom '
    are t'xcol1'ictllperonil! well imagine one in the making when: a'' : I \UI..O.< \. NlltKKT: !
    Cail director of
    (qualified( through experience to further child of that age, is: placed( in confine IIAITIMT <'IU'IC('II Biadford S. KobiTt.s.County Civil DeIcnse. -

    young boy's "education" along ment with those capable of warping' Sunday Survlrcn..: Sunday i iSchool. has been no til led bv

    certain( undesirable: lines. Others with youthful minds.: :! ( 9.13: n,m. MufiiliiRWorship [ I Howard P Jla! k. Keilon III

    whom the youth may come in contact Most. counties even many, 1 small ( II I a.m. IiH.TmiMlliitr, vice 1'"I'" -lti"nt." 01 liln appointment -
    are! 1 simply drunken bums, brawlers! ones like 'und You stm.;' I'euple'H! CholiplHCtire. I tn s 'I'Vt'! us a mi'inbci' of
    : fOl'd-pl'o\'ide
    :and i ( an occasional: Pl'ostitute-pe1"lIons tt'p.uatedetention I'I r S':3m)). i Ille; Advl.soiy Comnilf.re( of Church

    \\ho-e; common language i is profanity, is facilities for youth. There,' ThurxUdV MlJnb'-''nis. ..Iunlur the U. S Cl II J.)1'f'IC'mll'' STARKE FLORIDA
    and whose common talk i is obscenity.) no good reason why this! county. anil Interrnedl 0.\'M.
    Usually there is of should be one of the few exceptions.No I ::1.30:: p,ni J L.giflti'i.. I 1'iiniiirv.mil i ; was made!! "upon() ri-c'ini-,
    some hope
    rehabilitating reason, that is, except failure' to ,. .1 iinioi" CliuliK., 'I I ::;0.Nur.serv in n'.11 I if MI 01 f ?voin' ril.ile IeMif.entntlve. -

    most youthful offenders! acknowledge the need and then put 1 prnvlUeil" A pl.ni1 nivl 1>"('IIII.r 1 1i. It JI"
    Hut whatever hope there might be is the wheels in motion to fulfil it. [lor nil ufffM; riev. .Kelilc-i'. J.. |-i.I;')a(1 I' ,you t keen, I liitc'Vit I In

    seriously limited when the youths are Jowl: \ 2 ill ft

    Medicare Deadline Almost Here I Church Nursery
    TilT. niGIIT POINT: for Hi.*
    I I nuy you urllc. tm. In
    The March 31 deadline for agninl( will not be held Schedule for the week: Miirtrtnl ServicesDaily
    until October! 1. 1K! >7. \ your f.itorlln l.'SIP.ftBROOK : :
    up for medical benefits under the government's Even if a person has already "went' FrUluy Cottage)! 1'inyeimeeting :. fountain |x-n. TPIJ'i ; Provided10:00A.M. d
    <.t t hume of .Mis. Foster -
    : new :Medicare program is back his enrollment card marked "N'o" I S. Smith. 10 era. GK.\ril.

    fast approaching for some six million /as to Part n. it is still possible for him "I
    !\ 65;) of and who r SatIivihiy I'rayer/ Virgil in %...nllC i I: 'I ID .IiI'l'fl. :, IiI
    persons: sears age over to change his mind at time .
    any up to I .snitumry. S a.m. anti I M pin .. I tr'tiI. I...ui ri.. II...",,.... At All
    have not yet indicated that they wantto :\larch:11.: He should notify his nenl'I I Sunday Church 5(11001< f ...i.." i..."..,.." Iii. I Ptsii.i'i ,
    participate: in these benefits. est social security district: office. or 11:45: a,in. [ol'nlnj'ol'shlp., f'IIMIXi.. | ,.|,J 1 1M
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    The law passed) by Congress last I II I am. Snack Supper fur MVK : .
    send a note to the Social Security Administration / 1\.01'I I ,II 1 K ..1101'I I.Iffl'lnJuHl, ; ,'
    ;year< provides that the great majorityof : P. O. Hox 1363: Haiti-: 1 Ii p.m. Kveninj Woislup \I. lIl.. 'i..: 'ii" AI'I'KWI,i : ServicesRev.
    7.30; T"< "KK'' 'n'n i K I'.,i'l t>r. I'''
    persons: : in thi. age bracket are automatically more, :Md. 21203; :stating that he willhI I pam.Monit.iy, ..iiI'10, \tliintli .\\intif., I lniii.,11.1.
    [ Revivul Srrvice" ... 7:30 P.M.
    I I' I Ii KM.V'u
    protected by t the hospital to change his :
    es enrollment to"e:4.. .
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    10 11 m. Oirl Scout Troop mept. lire lit-rt .It) ,",,.Iiri. ii thai,
    insurance portion (Part A ) of :Medicare and giving his address MIIJI fur. .
    name : and( social Ing' In Fellowship. [ Hall: a li'xurii' Imp ht i n i fit' i"
    but that all of these: must apply security ..4.,lii, ( account number.Aged Troop 605 ut 3:15: ; Troop GOt) ). 'HUM 1,11,1, ,
    i unite nut) \ttii .trt*
    in! writing if they want the benefitsof persons: with private health 1:30:: ; Troop 607. 530.: Revival 'Ii 110.1, tO Mi'tVt. u I'llliy t.| > ""'

    the voluntary medical care insurance insurance policies are urged to retain Service, 7:30: p.m. .in', w.r ir pliiidlnir. .. tu "IiI "* .i MIHI ,. Travis A.Wariick
    I I Ii.lul' I'll the I'liilmlfT- M.II.IIH.V I. EvangelistFIRST
    program! (Part B) their coverages: until July, when the Tuesday Revival Service. lion Ivoi'v, II I'l'in s sI ,
    Those: who fail to enroll by the new Medicare benefits t begin. 10 a.m. and 7'30: p.m. I ii. I sri,*wi-I, I IUlO.: "Hc.nl.' "
    Wednesday Revival Services "l'u .intl. fii,,*. tht. urlvln'il.,, In
    :March\ 31 deadline will then have to In the meantime-if you're, 65: or tin I? ..Ui"i. nt tii.. 'Clerk I ttf tin, METHODIST CHURCH
    10 !a.m. !and 7:30:
    p. m. ,
    wait for t the next enrollment periodfor don't fin:: iilt Cnurt on "r li..r..i." 110.
    over- forget that .
    all-important Primary. Junior and Youth ill 'ila> of .\1 i>rll. I'JUit.$ uiii.iM.ii'till .
    the medical care which deadline ,. ,,, Hueytown Alabama
    program of March 31. Choir practice. 3:15: ; Family .1I..lll.Ih"| flll'l' C'lKIpi'Mint ,
    : will I h, tukin n' 'n
    ; 'j" (J f.tyou..
    ThlM i noli..-, "hull. lit, I.III-M| || !...(I
    "' .i'II I MlOK: I THVTIO: ..> TO na m* of Ke'.tune Wooti I Pr.iiiift .NOIKI.. ( I: i MII-n.. : F'IfiI' Ilfittwi '' KIM' "ll I I KAMI I I I "'I'i,'Ii l8. I NI' tint, .. ...seh Muvk fur ,I'tin, i ''n-t, '
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    IIFCI"'I'.at: ;I rici rim Mm: .. .
    < under which .
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    am ?iiiCHd K- \ ,, .
    : m.wN.p.rII.J t'l-iiimyUanlH iitlit tvvt-kn llnlirii'ixiril
    I t uri'"ur''tn'>i ini" S In '
    Notice I.. hi-ri, !I.> gi Hn thltth" In blllflneu, at Ht.! 21 "Suulh.' ; ,is. Ur'flfH11''t: : ;. -, :N. w. :Iln.1v"nue: Count I *. -r0ptfrM.lilmt | | iou Are Cordially Invited
    untjf. i Mltrned tin prtl..i,,". ", fhftptr. 20.933 Roy J. Ad.im. P. O. Box 12. to enjriv. In buwlnfMit., under .\rvn", I Itx. Aranovlln, A lluveifield :.HHH:' .
    l.nw uf "'Iorld... Act, of mi.u $ K>))rirton Htlfhti. Florida.. ole the "...tlII"un..."." of I'\-: THY (CHI IL' i
    III! r.gst.r \\ Ith the Clrrk.. .,t owner. PRIDE in tli<- ('t unty t.r Ilnidf'trd Attorn**>H r.ir, llt-ari. ,tmnt iCFIAIIMM{ .:!' .t. \icuv..
    th" 'lriiilt ('.,",'1. In and for I>nt'd thU Uth day .t,f .February Inft'tidi ru, I rttffiwteralii" I 1117 ,I'lM Vntlt.nul. Hunk, IIIIB.. < ",,'k tf i ho "iI-,,' ut I't'iin.
    Fti, ...ltr.I' i-HUM, MorMi, ,upon .\. D I9HI) at Murk, Hraii-. lIam, \< Ill, t tit.' r'l', rk <"f th, :.T.:: w.. t h'lHKlt. "I li t t t tr By Uvnllli M M'i'"l JOHN BRABHAM PASTOR
    ,,p' i i. r. t 1'1I.'I..tl.II. ford. County FlorUl.i. '"K' it. .I't.iiM ..,! llradfiTtl. i '.'.'in-i. M r 111'Illl, I-.I.> .TldK. "'I I :.1)) ri*.|I',nrv! i ". r'< ,
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    .?? Sunday dinner guests of L W Page !- '1 fpw of her friends. ley Jones Marty Men*. Ruth Jacksonville visited bel' sister.

    and Mrs John P Wyilck Mr. and Mis!. Joe lane ofDoLand Mr and Mrs Ettward Page Men/*, and Phyllis M !MJ. I Mia. B. a Dyal over the

    \ ee. 'were visiting MriSelmu : DON'T FORGET THE and son of Doctor's Inlet: vteie Mrs Paul Bates honuerl( hoi1 weekend.

    : and Mrs Richard Bon- Norton and oilier relatives I visiting Rev and Mrs. I'. LE. daughter. Janita. '.utJa I

    By EIIZ.I D.nl'b.!. r4OI1HC of Daytona spent the over the weekend I .>-tes Saturday.A birthday party on Saturday
    : with Mr and Mrs. H Mr. and !Mn Frank Cru'e.l I IOertiude Janita: is six years old

    .................. Bennett and children. MM. and :2uaicus;: spent I I Ithi MARCH 31 DEADLINE Meeting 4-11 vas Officer held 111 Tit.lnlim atai'ke Shannon Cox wall honored I 7010\.95

    ''' 'II ACTIVITIES : ]\ Darley nnd Miss Sina "- weekend with Marvin j jCiuce I Monday iiixht at the courthouse I with a going-awoy\ party at
    I I They nil attended In Augusta. GaMrs. the City Hall l last!! Saturday
    >t iool.in 9 Methodist 4S/ a. m : Bennett family reunion at i Mamie FlItch nss 1'1'I' Enrollment Hampton Those were attending Paul Lott.from OuyHJddnrk. 111ght 666
    b For MEDICARE i
    \ home of :Mr. nnd Mrs: (tm licit hom: after a week I Mrs. Bertha Stuckey of i4k
    n and 7'30 p. m David Ernest. StanJACKSONVILLE- !
    . Dennett at th" Stat.' 1.ppntIth her dluh'oMl's.:: I
    'HI 9 .1 m Monday. '
    in honor ol their son. Divld J Putney. and Ir'
    I I .
    r- i in Wednesday --- --- -
    who has enllstpj for i PutneyVisitlnif. =---=-
    tfrmlx'i-s of the In thp Const Gnnrd. :Mr\ IInd Mrs .\.. .--Htlinut! I'J million. .VinrrleuiiH" fll yearn. i.f IIIC"
    !
    'he pHi-vonaKe, l.i&t unil. olil...1..1'111 <' i 1".1..,...Nl, liy li-ispltiil lnxiiranro. ll'url '
    members of the! fam Thomas' V Duck imd family
    .f"". nith :Mrs\ Ernest \ : I : .\) ...nIt'rI"U"lIr., .' ..n ....1" I, IIKH.!, Ifn. II III UlllaUc'. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
    rntovlna! this I''ent'Pl't" the first part: of lastvrek
    it i "ii'v- I'ollo\\ln/o/( '1'luTe'n. ii" l-ust. t t.. ri'rliicillH.Hit | .
    I : I.. S Tanner' the two were Mr and Mrs Franklin ,
    .
    ,N.. tiiilnln nietllur
    "iiu",ml .1 play was H.IIIIC li.l-uiul-oter: (fniiip run i> -
    I I11 nnd ovnl and; F.>ld of Columbus.! Oa. Mr I .
    "i \ Orville Bum < ...1) <> <> I'art HI) liisuninre. If 1'iev' wuiit II, It's. not uuluinullr. -
    H C Walnw light (' Mr. and Mi*. milk Fold u with the Nnvv. ta- i 1 KnnilliiiriifM: nwesturj' .. Then-'n u innntlily Ir.- I, ANTKIUESA HEARING AID OPTICIAN
    I \ ::! and .son. Mrs 13I111f'!1 tiond on the rinralona: i iiiiiuii.'Ilix. .
    ki H E Lee nnd dsnrihtnr, :Mr. 1, C'arrlei at Maypoit Mr. and I I llriillli. Iiisurunt'p Imtltiiti'. .H |iuhlle" Infornm- NT. Q V K S I i For Bent.... In Hearing; SeeSONOTONE- Bennett-Daly
    sened following :;; Mrs Troy Bcnnell :Mrs :: Mrs Fdwln Nolan of J'\CkKJn-1> | tlon orK ni'.iillon i-pnnni.'.. f'J) (ess .session,! : L. Snpp and Itl'andch1t1l'P.n! < I i I Mile are' ppendtnu! the week | ., |K>lliU' Hit (hut |ierH""ns foiling{ to lake adnntiiK Bought; Sold- Appraised I Opticians, Inc.
    jo. .-': Baptist !: : :Mrs Clifton Smith Also with the Duck\ \ "' of the "Port B" |,..irtlon ofhf. \ meillonre, |1'1'0- FurnitureChina- Glass I I OF .IACK IO.NV1IJ-E:\ Lenxes Duplicated Accurately
    I 10( a m \ : nnd';! Mis David HemiPlti I Mr. and::! Mis. H Q Turivi Kraiii. must Mule their. preferi-nre. for. tills protection no Silver, Brass- Oil Paintings I and Promptly
    "ii ind 8pm. 1 Inter than. Miirih 31, IWU If tliey.. vtere 11.h lanf' lieceiiihiT and Smallest
    I )
    and "The Strongest
    I i New River and :Mr of Jasper are vlsittnv Mr. and One I'lvce or a Hinine Full Only the Finewt.. In Quality
    7pm Midweek I : Glenn Williamson of :Mrs :M L Tinner this wi'fk. .SI.ISS Hearing... Aid in the World" anil Prescription Ser\lc

    Mrs. Bill OIl kITl. nnd! Dennni. !! A .MOM 38Vet Dinal .
    Ina Ward Rt.Jackaonvllle.
    I
    The i"Ht to eiirh |.er-mii IH. iII1i:! ir jeiir, or 33 a Antiques Only Co. Hearing Aid1..1t':
    and Mrs. H E Pi lost and M 's, O J. Phillips'Htled 3 3li35PET >
    month ullli ,, iiiutehlnK I Ihl." unmiinl.rnjnient .
    the roNfrnnipnl
    (\
    Lamar Sunday with :\11": Phillips' 3572 Ave. 22 \\...Monroe:
    spent \ >1. St. Johns
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    Horlul'
    Is ileilut'tvil, from minithly Heeurlty" -
    \VK:: ARE: ) ( :-': : : :. and Mrs E W. V/tl'.iams'! :Mis. Alice( Jjnes. in allnt'l, theckw. For Ilioxe. not iinilrr. Modal, ,, .wemrlty. peiiHlo'n orr.iilriniil 387-1379 Jacksonville 333-1483 SHOP

    ') :-': 1 Wellborn wheie birthday I Sundiy!! ...lellreinenl u convenient methml, of pa.Mncntun Jacksonville
    ('all CollectAuto
    was nlvm in lionoi of < l h.i> urriingeil' lit .iiM-lul Meurlt>. olllres.IVrsoiiH I THE
    Priest her brother. P H tailing .lo. 'MKn "I'| fnr. "Pirrt Ii" hy till* HOBBY SHOP Kongo Pet Shop
    of Cortar Key. nnj: her rninliijf. : ..r...h 31. ninit unit IH ....."lh.-lInlll. O.toberI. I Sales & Service
    Mrs Oeorno S'II>1ml'rlln I CLAY HILL: I I. 11.I1I7-f"* lii-ionut. ellxinle "|1(11111.I HeneHtM uimlil. not beiiviilliilile I FIELDSHOBBY Poodl.lalt.UI&A&:: .
    118 \ViST: / ; : Inke Citv. wlnsc b I't'ltlay"! until. July I 1111,8.: anil, Ilif premiinn, ;. lil.iy helilKher. !! WESTSIDE SHOP Inc. POODLE!: GROOMING
    I Sweaters Collars. Togs
    ,
    do} e together. All mem-
    OA of their families enjoyed i < II \> Pet Supplies...
    llv Mr!*. Iluwurrf I'ad fU pprioMSlio. lluxe ulreiuly. (Imlli'ilteJ. on AUTHORIZKD: DEALER A Complete Line of Blrlf'b.hJimndl"r.D.lIy .
    : ':; huppv occnloii( Mrs. Wil I j
    enrollment, c-iinN thiil lln-. > ..1... not uunt lo l purtlrlpntrin Jk Sun. 10-0 P.M.
    Phone 280-1133! '
    Is the rlauuhtcr' of Mr : Boat le Airplane Buildeis! Sup
    I'urt K, .'iui, c'h""I;" I heir: ileclsloim' by n<(tf! >lnf| th- Salon L\l' I'urtM Closed Tuesday
    Afis Sunim"illii and .4 ......A........... "'.III..t wiriiil ..erinlty Miie> or liy ""lIdl"K| u note ofliiteiitliniH : "' ''1'1 I'e B If11": ". Priest
    ( to the Sixl.il S..lIrltI."mllll"IrltI"lI, <(1',0.! Section
    : ,,. J H Eunice nni son Due to the cold wave& which I Open 8 a.m.- .8pm.3pm. I
    .
    ltol.'id'l" : : n..lltm"rp.1.1.: :2I20.S b.vllIr'h. : 31, 111(1(5.( ( Controlled :Models W. JacktKinv.-lle 781-2800
    vMtlni relative's i'l: :Mix-: : tluouKh! Suture! uiuht.ind Sat Closed Sunday I
    ( swept iy I'ersun. .* no\\ under ii tun ,nrnll under "I'tirt K"nn
    Rpjrlsteral ] : \ Tuesday "vpnln'1lr\ : Sunday ue ha.l only 85 >flme ilnrlnx I Hie three month. .* prior to their 6lhhi'IhelI : 1150: I.ANK: ,,"f:. !SOl'TII I aid: Equipment '
    'lifa 11 or of Staikf' van nI niesent In !Sunday: School. The \''', Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 I'lANOS I
    Wuieman.: : : : l lICdclsteln. I (! \Mtor' of thII' wind blew ii-, some visitor., InMi the Institute .nrecil. uifi'il, IXTHOTID'' vllh l prlntehnaltli > Open Evpnints till 9 P.M.

    : : t j : s, : '. and Mis Bio n who have Insillltiue. polii.leu lo retain It, at leiist until Parrish Motors I Is..n.ES 602 So. Edgt'wOOdJacksonville ALTERS PIANOS
    es.'l'l'e and :Mrs Freddie Din- recently moved into 1 c-;; July 1 ivhen. .Mi'illcnre, K'''''' Into ..".'('t. The InntltutPHii'd Ii 388-8062 'Piano He Organ Complete ,jj I
    I' or Avon Park visited Mr nellolllbJ1 hood were with us. I Iliat. Inillxliliuil Insiiriinre, companie* now lire leclilinic i Service Center" |I j
    motlier. u"I 11:11: inoilUlciillons, ni.fy lie nM-eHwarv hi th* .
    : \ M's! P. I Dinklns nnc1 11. O11": Brown's Kraukauer Custom-built
    iiirmit.. <'oU'r.it'i'H: fur the. ..loI..rly.I These coinpiinleit.iilonK Men's & Hoy's!' Wear j
    ",' iPlatlves In the vldnit* whose name I did not IcninWednesday pianos since 1869 i
    "Illi any' thit't huve. 'annonnee. : : epk.lls. nlxht I amiB St Jease
    \\ !! pl'aYPI'nwetlnl "Quality Clothes t..r1t'11: P. A. Starck
    .
    < I their o\ n policy holders.and 1'AICTS i
    : Frnest B.iiley Mrs ( has been chinned I <>>* Since 1910" French ..pro no!!
    Mi MHERH! ': \ : Roberts. Mrs :Mac: .'mm 7 to 7 :30 p. m.Dedlrntion :::1 Van Hexnen Stetson Hats Music: Piano Method.
    Mrs Oorae Trl')e. Mrs tor the Now MiL. E P\I; plll1d Ildllk"t and res pools for saIl iy 32 Years As A Dealer] :McGregor Gold Cup SoxComplete Collections. Classics
    AMJ LEA I,r :' : : : :[ Minor, an,1 Ml'is Fii!?ii Clay Hill Baptist Chuich was son visited Mi nnj :Mrs : itation conditions Unpaid cit Always Good Used Cars Rental All Kind.* of Used Piano I
    : 'hard attended thp Dill et for Apiil] 10, Bvciyoiir isortliiilly lliiHni> Pid ett Hundav I taxes will b" delinquent us c>f Luura. St. JackNontlllePhona I Fortii.il' Wear Si< Orian
    Earl Padgett of MiUdlebinB! ''April 1 t. The council ,-'eclde'd ID'H 356-S654 I
    t Mcenivf of WSCS In O- (' Invite:! The levivalAlll Low Bank Financing to
    mrn "ritii YI-AR: : ln t Thursday bCKln( !! April It. The Is making his home with. his to lemove the biicks from thoW ifr1lounqmens| Shop 3 Years

    HO OFFICES 1 Roslei of Gieen! Cove piearhir has not been plolntod sihtei. :Mrs. Illrnm Pad'ittt for sidewnlks and anyone Intere.sted 11'1 Automatic Trnnsmission I 2153: Blandln Blvd.
    Uiital
    while, Welcome to CUy Hill In the bilch.s ma s..o1..111:
    a
    was vlsltins Mr and ) as of Mils timo. Jacksonville' 388-9831
    20 Lt.: Mr-Clt'llan, ] And o- The church wants to Klvtpecinl Sccins mOl e people nt Clay rontae-t, F.. P Lett.VFRSONALS Automatic Jacksonville
    II'' lelntlves Mondav th.uiks to the people Hill like house( tuiileis! than i ;,; PIANOS-ORfJANSMa 1.

    J. E N'orman hrouih'' lio' h.ive: domteci money for Ivnises th" p diys. Mr and I Mr. and Mrs David Blow n Transmissions &
    messnrze nt Laura Bapti" ho now PI-WK, nnd free work :Mi1Maiklee: radiclt.:: .iincilamlly nnd family weie recent vl,1- Motor Exchange !. :MOTORCYCLESHONDA :: ion & Hamlln Pianos
    Snndnv Rev Normar in the l'hul'l'h, have 1 purchased one I Uis' to Fort PI 'ire.Mi Hammond 1 Organs '
    su nlv mlntiter at piewnt' N f\\' AHIIIVAl.Mi and mo. cd It next toll's: and :Mrs. T J. F..lls: mpcndlni BIO n\nnv AV\LT Magnavox Organs
    and Mis J n Clnil '. and M s iieitant" F.dvaul 11111.\ in Futch < a few days In S Rpmanufactured Ttansinls- :MOTORCYCLES "" ''" Uet A Omul. Deal At-

    ltl'd tliPli <1miKhtcrs RIV"! HIM'ndnii of HVhlnndMinnuiM \ : llnmbvrlmes Wpdllln.t Cloud with lelatlves thU weelMr slons MotoisBy All Models-Nothing Down
    "". Ml nnrt :Mi .Inmr 'e the blith of tli'li'list The Htxhlaivl H pt1\ 1 and Mm J. I>. McDarIpls Quality Craftsman Merchants Green Stamps F. O. MILLER .r50
    Hill: nnrt,' Mi and Mrs O .NOIL Heibeit EdMnrd Jv Chul'l'hVa"' a beautiful ai'ttlncf and family of Tampa vei! 3383 W Beaver SJacksonville. Open 8 AM.: to 7 P.M.MondayFriday .
    Allllh nil In Jaclcsonvill]' 311 March 1 In I3I'adlol'd, : Satuidav,' Febnmi.v 1 19!) \\'I Isltlnn Mr and 1\11'.11. Re>y :J84-1015 ,.. 'OM......_
    TA* Ht u* ft' I T wi 4ira J J
    at 6 p. m. for the wccliHne of Williams Sfltiii-dny
    County Hospltnl lit yomll 8 AM. to II P.M. J..rkwintllleSAWS .
    Mrs. Lucile : L M MrClell.ui an-* uentlemon] weluhed 0 lt>. 1 a/; !Miss\ Carole Hambv of Jacksonvllle. Miss Fmma Hicks' of Plar CAMPERS Saturday and Wednesday
    GodwinRepresentatint Mnxte Reddish nnd chI! Cnn ra tul.it Ions! daughter of Mr and City spent the past tw.i week (LOSE Sf.NDAV

    visited Mr. and Mrs. W PERSONALSJlmmlp Mrs II, B Hamby. find I.ee I'Iq1llnJf11': anj Mrs. Ott Cribbs Campers :MOTORS & CYCLES
    Hall in Jacksonville Wed Knsrlan-:) was home Grimes of Ohio. The brlds Hicks. I 4949 Blanding Blvd.
    1013 E. Call St. was beautiful in a royal blue I Mr Mrs. James Olive PEARSONfSSaw
    and
    I of l.ist week. i few days from the U. 8. A Del-Rey Campers Jacksonville 771-8344 '
    Ph. 961-5321 nif' sonv, to lenin tha' F Welcome home. Jlmmlo.Mr suit and matching ncceoiles, !'ia of Soutliamoton! We' <. I & Knife '
    She ranted a bouquet ol Bcimiida( nrilvi-d l.ivt week fo Shasta TraileuSkamper
    Starke Clarence] Griff Is wn : and Mrs. Dread Calemanind (
    ti: Bra' ford Cmmt :Mrs. Shirley Padgett and Carnations ',Isitinu!! and business.Mr Convertibles :MOVERS S4LES 8c SERVICE
    with nn nUmk or 'chllrlicn of Jacksonville! visitt1 The bilde's brother. Stanley And :Mis Frank Browi ALL TYPES OF SAWS

    The Howrvpr, hi', I1 Mi. and 1 Mi1.*. Henry Mosey Hambv .served as best man and Rlrls of Winter Have: TrnxleM. l-Bunk Flnuni! Ing540S ACME MOVING 5027 Broadway Ave.Tarksnmille .
    Inrjiovins; snthfact-, last TiiesrtnvHerbeit but I did not ]learn the biidesma \ \\ere vl.sitlnK Mrs. T F llrowi Sun Jujn Ave & EV 4-3181
    It Is Our Desire ) Padgett 1 nndenventsurprery Id's nnme. for the weekend STORAGE
    Jacknonville 288-9343
    To Pearl Starllno; anc1 Monday mornlnsi\ Ini A reception( was hl'l11\ the Billy Saxon spent severs I.OCAi-WORLn-W.DE SEWINO: MACHINES
    were xlsltinpi Mr an? ( Oalnosvllle 1I0'lpllt'l1.Ve. chuich aflir the \\eitdinff. days In the Bradford Count I| STATE WIDE MOVING
    B. E Starllnsr And! Mr \/'Ish him a spceriv recovery I Just the family nnd n few Hospital last week for tlpat-I.CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg ----I Jacksonville White Olove .SINGER;,; AUT. ZIGZAG
    If you are new in !Mis Ed,tAr Stnrll'ia In Mrs Irene Pndpett visited close friend of the couple attended mentMr Movers Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet

    call will bring ] Co\e Sprites during Mis Polly Oi-ltlis, In St Vinenf. The couple 1* mnkin nnrt Mrs H O Cope-1 Chain Sold New over $300
    : you welt' .. .. Hospital last Fiidav::! I their home in Ohio where the land of Vnldo'-ta] Oi.: me At Beklni Van Lines Co. Bal. $73: or $9.00 Per Mvntk.

    from your local ho and M.-s: Clvlp Ca'lpr o' nob Me'Chins: underwent ?!-oom is employed. quests of Mr an-l: Mr. Ivvnn Saw Sales P. O Box 267 Ideal] Sewing Center

    I \' Hill spent Pundav; with "iir'eiv In St Vlnrent's IIos- I BIRTlln.1'ltTY Hall this I'ek..MI'S Jacksonville 388-8538
    her a call])! She has : nirt: Mrs Lloyd Orlfri 'llnl Mondav. MHV the Ioid Ml< II. 0 :M K: L I T E ALL MAKES
    I s Jov e Whitehead 0'I Llla Dyal I a nrttrs: New and Used MaclalnM:
    free and wonderful : \ and Mis J. W KnUht ilihlv bless him, I :Mnxvllle\ enteitalned nt the Bnibara' Hill atten'ed: the! Money :Makln': Chain SawsParts 843 Cnssat Ave.
    ', ( MontiiTl'o: ni,' ,s'-endim: Mr. and ;Mrs. Anil CIPWSnnd home: of her. IoIlfl.ndar"nt.: Baptist 0'\ leitlonal Forward I MUSIC: .larkmnvillr 389-5971:
    from local bUiines! I week nlth hei bio'her-ln-' son of Baldwin", vlitPdMr l I :\11'. and :Mrs, Hai'1y P..rfZpUI flI..plIVa'k: hnp at the North j S.\S: & :In IC":
    i ''n\\' nmlIstci l '. Mr nnd Mis : nnd Mrs JAmie CIII.tprI | of Clay Hill with Central BaptKt Paulus Music Co.
    "'.".'u" .'-..,.........".. .............,......... .,,.."n.. ,,,__ her sixteenth bh th.i.lY.a party Punch on |I Oalne.svllle on Tuesday.ChiiKh InI and Rep.iir.i All :Makes Band ic String Instrument! TRACK SERVICE:

    roonNanev. I and cake \\ere .served to a Mr. and :Mis. Ranee Jones Toro & Yazoo Power :Mowers RA Y'S
    \ Pinter reluinerl, to host of fe"nn'>ejs while ttlt'Ypl.Id nibnon Guitars &: Amplifier!'
    nnd
    fnmily spent 8111lduyIlfternoOJn
    Rt. 21 MUldlc-bnrg 282-SO-30: : TRACK
    : t'honlV'rlnV! after hclnsml
    /tt ( lecoids SERVICE
    (. i d G- : .- [I: with tln> chicken ]pox In Jtcksunvllle wlthi,. School Supplies Irutructlnr I
    l I r.; : :. ''fI'r_ I yy..y.y.J :Mrs Jones' paients.! Mr and Portable Track Prs Service
    \\ j J : ;;/\ Mi am Mis I.ollCnrlt'r\ y ?? Roberts
    Mrs Halph YounaerMr ELECTRIC MOTOUS Recorders Welding
    D\atb were In Jicksomille: last; Fri-' .
    :Jf1i day on business. I nnd Mrs Crmilea. Hicks Music Library-Expert "'ufi Bulldozers A Crawler*

    : Mi" Polly Orlffls wis mot."d .- ,, HAMPTON\ and family attended a biith-. Peavy Brothers Repair Department "We'll Keep 'em Rolling"
    "" 'lie, (I fioni St Vincent's Hospital clay dinner for her grandfathei i I Electric Co.ELFCTRIC 7287: W. Beaver!
    Ife By :\11' at the home of Mr. 41 \\'. :Monroe Nt.
    ICE 15 NO HttND\C.AP\: \ \ !to tin1. Donovan\ Convilrecrnt' '' Mary Uilllanm and Jacksonville 388-4621
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    Mrs J L Dykes on Sintn: Fe
    Home to recupprntcAlton ( MOTORSSoldSprvlcedRepall'ed Jacksonville 353-8447
    Moslev returned from I Iy.y.y.y yy. Lake Sunday TROPICAL FISH

    B Lnke! Citv hO J1I'.ll lust ;,; Mr. and Mrs J.tmrs M Ot-neratois--StaiteisAlterations 3310 I Beach BKd.I

    Tliuisdav! to his home. I The city ('Oun-il] met March Baker and family of Orlando Jacksonville 398-3091 MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
    Mr nnd :Mrs Kdwiird: MosIPV 1 with all members piesent spent the weekend with Mis Armature Kmvindlnx ,
    \Uddl"blll'i: < visited I but Mis Lillian Slade Albeit Baker's parents. Mr nnd :Mrs 4944 Lenox Ave
    Moslev's parent!*. Mr and \1\11"1 I Thomas and Eddb::! Allen met R. H Paiker. They al! were Jacksonville. 337-2528 MUSICInstriimtntHMARVIN: .1 Complete Aquarium SdppUe
    Henry( Moslev Sniulnv with the council. Mr Allen dinner guests of Mr nnd Mrs Imported Fish AH Specie, *

    i I noon Also visiting were Mr I I dl.scua.seid! possibilities of a :Milton Misner In Gainesville FABRIC, SHOP KAY'S CALL OR COMB! BY

    and :Mrs Clarence Motley and pewajze disposal plant for the in Saturday Music Center Mon-Sat. 10 a m. to p DI.

    | children of Jacksonville.Mr I city The council decided more l.onnleIplton: and son. BON MAR Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.

    an I Mrs Hob McClnnn, Information would be needed Otis, were visiting Mr and Fender, Gretach Jt Von Guitars We Order Any FUh A.-naMe
    and son of Lonn, Brpnf'hL lt-1 before any consideration could Mrs.! Clarence Haven and baby FABRIC SHOP 943 S. Edffewood Av..
    BE A V/INNER/ J BUY A WINNER ed Mr and Mis. Howard Padpett be Biven to the protect The in St Augustine! Sunday. Kinir. Hatten. and Selmer Jackaon llle\ 388-9404
    !" nnd son Wednesday county sanitation
    I aient was Joann Salter hAd a slumber Complete Line of Band Instrument
    afternoon tequested to check.eptic I party last Filday night! for a WESTERN STORE
    Mrs Frank Cnrtar nnd FABRICS :NOTIONS LiidwlgSllngrerland.. RogtrtDrtimi

    children nnd Mr. nnd MrsHownid \ THAVEL: AGENCY McCall & Simplicity Patterns LITTLE DUDE
    Padaett and sons atten'ed -
    the Horse Fiolio at I For Full Information and Reservations. on S. S. Hanscntlc 846 Caswtve.. Rental* & Reptrir* on ALL Western Store

    riiiv Maverick on BlandinnBlvrl < In.'llRLlS.. : .: SHIPS IIOTKI.S JacksonvilleOprn "Where You'll Find Ererf-
    Siinctiv afternoon BILL AND=: LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN 40O :M\IV ST. thing Ft>r the HorseEnthusiast"
    Mr nnd Mrs 9 A.M.: to 8 P.:".
    Arvll Crews Jacksonville 353-O935
    and son of Baldwin visited 1fJ Western Clothing -Leatherroods. -
    Mr nnd :Mis. Howard, Pndrettind aJztfm3IJ FLOOR COVERINC.:' Saddles and Tralleri

    family Sunday afternoon :MUSIC SHEET Charles &: Sharon Petty
    601 I turu St. 6-6371 Trmel. Inc. 903: So. Edgewood A...

    Mis Alice MoOcv\ and! :Mrind POTTER'S ."k""nvme 394-1211

    !Mis\ Clarence Mosley Looking for Home of Music WELl.
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    were in Keystone Heights

    ........f. L I < << jr vc .1Id'" P"e .... ... Church Music!
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    PHONE= 964-2600
    and :Mr. and Mrs HnrdvPadcett Educational Music Well Drilling Co.

    Your Buick dealer is telling a tot of'66 LeSabres.And he want to loll even more.So what better visited Mr Pirt!<(ett's DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home :Arunlcal. Instrument ROCK & ARTESIA.WEUA-
    way than to give you the bast deal in town? Bring your car to him, While he' adding, up the tremendous brother. Herbert' Pndjett In '4 rf*.* .." Complete
    amount of money he'll give you for it,taKe a spin around town in the mighty, LeS bre. Onlnesvllle hospital last DeWitl C. Jones Registered i Funeral Director Repairs Electric Water
    You can .(ford it. Price "is no handicap during \the, tuned car tradm', derby. Come on in now. week Syst..msJRRIG.TION
    Starke Fla. ","* Near A. Tour Mailbox"

    Bear See your local authorized Buick dealer -e I Forms Putty spent Jones the day of In P"nney Clay RENTAL= SERVICES PHONE 323-6131 2JO W. B'aer St. :3860 FIIA HJ FIXANCINO Be Grove Ave.

    Hill Sunday Jacksonville
    Mr and Mrs Lamar Tyler' Hospital Reda, Wheel Chairs: Crutches Jacksonville 3:14-3683: Call (Collect 3 .-14MI'ACE "

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    Funeral Services I BUS Junior HalKEY I Ij. II I March 1 in St. Vincent's Hos, ton 'was an overnight guest I family of Hampton.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.\ J. Marlin

    Held Thursday I pital. The young' lady weighed I Saturday nlRht of her son and J. T. Hendry of Jack- Coleman and daughter Shai-

    t! I T lb. .4 oz. and is the granddaughter / :!- daughter-in-law. Mr. and: Mrs sonville and Mrs. W. M. Slad on visited Sunday alccnioou::
    For Mr. Sanford ;
    .. j. of Mr. anti Mrs A very Slade and famllj.Mr. of Hampton were last Friday hi Jacksonville with Mr.!: Delia -

    ... Ail p I John N'orth. Maternal grandparents and Mrs. Edwin Knight afternoon visitors of Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. ;.Vl.irvFouraker.
    Nnt'inii Sanfnul (i5. dlP1 at ,
    are Mr. and Mrs, and family of Baldwin! were Avory SJada and daughter .
    .li -t '
    Jin honip In SIn' ke Snn- '

    of se pinli vks. p : 11 4) ..r Mr. North and new baby returned and Mrs. Clarence Knlnht. A Roini away party wa'lheld end children I left Friday to i return -

    A nnllNc of C i. '''1"1"\' Oaf I home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John North Friday night at the Max to Ft. Sill. Okla. niter.

    All]\ Snnfird had. nv r.I I : 'i,.1 I T PERSONALS visited Sunday aftern"..'.. in vllle Civic Club for Marten.Laura : spending: some time heir. "Ilh,
    ', I IIr. and': Mrs. Buford! lily Jacksonville' wlt.h1'. and I and Angela Plainer: :Mis. Pad eU's parents :Mi'

    rcon In Sl.iikf: ; Kir 111' P.I. r glnbotham: and grandchildren'I Mrs. Roger Noitl-: and lamllv given by friends of the Palmer : I and:! Mrs. J. Mnrlm C lrmin>!

    ten vests' Its l* 4 t 'f ''Sl M ? svalr se? yl { Patty Wayne and Da'.ld Fnn-! Grnn.'ma' : Wellhau. returned gills The youngsters! en- Enroute to Oklaho.u.i:. tli.'

    I Rni\i\init' 1 h ht. \\ llM[> iv r+ ) Itch: visited Sunday afternoonat to her home here last ,. Padgett family !spent! Sodtrduvnisht
    Clay Hill with :Mr. and MrsElmer joyed games and refreshmentswere :
    Sanford\ : two sim-. ni'h'\ n,mil r Thursday: from the Ed Fraser.1 In
    I I Carter. Beaumont, Texas
    Lamar San ford. all of "" i 'V'n 1J' Memorial Hospital In :Mac- served to the group oni I
    I other.,. Wlllinm Pnnln-j of NATIONAL JUNIOR IIONOI' jrr Hubert Padgett is expected clenny where she had bren a hand to bid the girls goodbye..r..r.Nr.NNN. with relatives.
    SOC'IET'CIIAI"TER( ESTABISUFI : I to undergo; surgsry. In a
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    Whites! On : and oni.MMIM- patient for several weeks I
    (. :; ) AT BRADFORI Gainesville hospital this week. .. ..
    :Mrs Oooritla Picklcsimc: n of I Friends of Rev. Tnggart.! tewsrerssNaea. .as
    fOUNTY JUNIOR IIIG1 I
    Hnpevlllp, Oa. 1"llIht.r. of the! newly In"/Crll'lt'll/ l Itriulfuril Junior High !!School! Honor Society Bob McClunff/ was admittedto former pastor of Maxvllle t
    SCHOOL St. Vincent's Hospital): in rr
    Funeral services( W"re held! are: Baptist Church vll be glad to I
    I lAdJrcss; to Junior Higl l t Jacksonville\ last Friday and 4
    At I 2 p m. Thursday In Jones; Tlrsl row: Marilyn/; I'altcrsiin, Larry Kelly Tanya Wuttx. LiM-lllo Kaufmiui, to hear he was able to return to Up
    was expected undergo sur-
    Mnmnilnl Chnpnl with, ricv., Student body Tuesday, March I Miirluini !Micrrlll.Second his home in Middlebuur! after
    gery this week. I UU
    Drum] ; PAITISPV offlcisitlnnIntPMiiriit 1.1 rou: ilorla;, (:r.'".., Retie 'Mlxoii." irod; It I h...... CUtuilcIHe Peterwon, Ruth Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Sweat being confined to a Jackson
    : w.t" In the] ( loudly: We are extremely please d cro..hy..lan. Kitili. moved back recently from ville hospital. U
    plot 111 H.impt Ce:n"t"v i t lad' honored to welcome thl I
    ( Third. row: Urnltclnklcr, Klli-ii: Illoixlworth'. Carol; ICetldioh" Uwil| Lawtey and are living/ in the Mrs. Vince Taylor and family -
    Buggntt
    I i unit to establish lo ,
    ur.dei direction 01! DeV/l'1 C oppoi v a
    Louise. Itiittrn.. !SiiMincrre, Alt-loily. ('utlln.... Bud Meyers house. and Mrs. F. B. Cowman N NTo
    .Tom. FII".J i Hi"mi.' Anne( i al fhtiMtpr, of the Natlona night in r_ .
    Pftllbearew!! <.: FJr\ 'I St-\\,- Molar Honor Society in th Fourth. row: (','lIa Ann Il.i>,,,,,, Cli
    .r i .s V"i i i F" with\' DM\ iriWnodaid Bradford County Junior HiRhx ,I Doris :S.riiKli-r.| Tim Thompson, Hilly Hngglm! tlvggto Ilynn.Flflli vis and family moved over the B. F. Coleman and
    Mrs.
    weekend from the D. B. Orif
    n Lee and Cci-r!" "' Rnur" want to commend the tae 1"1"" : .'n Sini-liiir. Bruce lladilixk.No visitorsof I
    afternoon
    Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis Sunday
    ,... hliouu' mnKaiKly. Bruno und .Mary. Sue I'nderhlU. Blade
    Mr. and Mrs.
    Avory
    'o-H.VI: 'd".o1"Y; 111I and children moved List week
    ,::.....T.l Io.l<=l'oi:8rI': : roQ1111111 !...
    from the D. B. Qriffis house and family were Vernon filnd-
    :
    ulty for taking the Initlulivn
    I ]heel or choose (fnembccs' of the I to Mayport.Mrs. of Sanderson and Donald
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    'in devising sound
    a program:
    J pcli ty Chapter.. ,! p. Slade of Hampton
    of recornltion Polly Griffis ha been I
    ( '' for those outstanding i
    GUARANTEEDPMore sluc'i'uts' in our (: Your admittance to the moved from the Morrison Mrs. Avory Sladp and family the rltlxem of Florida< loth opportunity to

    school, Our staff has encouraged Junior High(( Chapter doe! not Nursing Home In Jacksonvilleto visited in Jacksonville Sat continue nerving JDU us Commissioner! of the Kloiid.i'

    i the selection committeein automatically make you a the Donovan Nursing Homeon urday afternoon with Mrs. Department of Agriculture! the agency; charged: with
    I member of protection of the consuming( public us well' as
    the Senior Hlsh Leon Fraser and family and cruwors:
    Hyde Park Road in Jack-
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    their tireless effort and today :
    and producers. Conner Commissioner
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    Doyle ; u Agri!
    Chapter after
    you completeyour Mrs. J. T. Heniry.:
    we are here to Inauguratethe sonville. culture. ...
    1 Society Chapter as a culmination \ work. successfully at the Mrs. Albert Smith entertained Rev. W. O. MathU of Jack and producers
    : I '
    I l Junior High/ School level.
    of their diligent: with a birthday party' sonville visited Wednesday
    work. We' would want you to understand Tuesday afternoon March 1. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.

    The selection screening also that once you at her home honoring their Earl Mosley and family!!

    A committee is composed:! of Mrs I have .been chosen for this daughter Robin on her tenth David Jones of NAS pent

    11111111A11AlIVt1 Sandra Weaver, chairman. honor and once you have been birthday. Games were played the weekend here with Mr. k 1 5

    P0.ll0.B1W Mlulteu ttauA Miss Sue Morris! member, amt 'singled out from among our and prizes awarded to !several and Mrs. Joseph Lucns and

    IpA1tAlASUP 0.A Mrs. Mary Baetzman member other students for outstanding of the little guests. Party refreshments family. .
    personal qualities, that the
    In the course of this assembly were served tc the Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade I !
    Doyle Conner Commissioner of
    Society Agriculture\ (
    Chapter is under no
    lllll l program/ today we shall I ten guests enjoying/ the occasion : and family were Sunday din (Politic*) Adrfrtnimont, hid For 1 by Colin: English, Campugn: Trciturcr.)
    r1cotametten recognize those of you who obligation! to continue your with Robin. ner guests of Mrs. W. M.\ Slade i
    membership unless chooseto
    vuIntenepen have set high standards for National Junior yaw Mrs. W M. Slade of Hamp and Mrs. Jessie Willis and
    lMlnere g pe noM Pwmlumch1 yourselves in your school and continue to meet the high Nr.N.Nr.Nr.NNr.NNr.r.r.r.r.r.r.i =
    ,' Mt:, ''pr lentn.t w Ahstir standards: of the,Chapter. -' ." m
    ( ,lad new th err nm wNl noodwMn personal life Through your Honor SocietyThese
    -, to 0 c Pd of 7baemoo o1'aul IM t personal.desire to attain worthy ) The torch pin whichyou

    teen fund wul too tb ,edie roduc.tot eno::0t'pawe lecbbet.he 1ne.cod seek goals excellence and your, willingnessto you have are located In each of will bership wear in signifies'the Society.your It memo is A i-: AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

    to become outstanding citizens of the 50 United States and:! the badge of honor. You will cherish -

    |lour srhool community. For District of Columbia. In addition your new found recogni

    this we will honor you today to these Society Chapters tion. It Is a valued] and.prec-. '

    Your membership in the can be found In all 'American ious accomplishment.

    National Junior Honor SocietyIs : territories and posses- Therefore for ,"we honor you today Air ConditioningHeatingRUSS ] Beauty Academy! I IPOWELL'S LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
    outstandlneaccomp.
    based
    upon combination
    ions. Chapters are likewise
    of several! means of meaSUI'ement lishment, at .school. )In the PIKER
    Hancock Office
    found In many parts of the
    community. citizens of Authorized Alrtemp Cherry'sGainesville's
    These me: Scholarship, as
    world far and wide where
    Cltuspn&hip.: Service, Character Ameilcim our meat nation. Wear your Heating; & Air Conditioning Beauty AcademyLearn Meet Fashionable EQUIPMENTBmithCoronaAutnorlsed
    : servicemen and
    { yield and profit per acre with and Leadership.It their families are stationed.In eblem 'proudly The .organization SHEET METAL Address For Ladles

    Is because; you not only these places schools for dependents to which you ,will shortly Residential' Commercial a Profession In Your Dealer
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    SUPER RAINBOW I I I possess these noble qualities of the servicemen join yourself is held In high IniluHtrlal DRESSESSUPSCOATSMATERNITY Clary-VI"lor-TotaUa

    but because they are reflectedin recognize! the value of such a esteem and receives a high SalelnOllll'llation-St'r Ice & EVENING: CL.\SSES WEAKACCESSORIES Adding Machines Calculator
    or your extra cost refunded! your attitudes and! work world-wide society. degree'of acceptance all over 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. Low Tuition Terms SALESSERVICE- RENTALS
    habits In your school relationships the world' Gainesville 372-0714 SAVE TIME: -discuss your re,
    You can't lose a cent! Super Rainbow that we are here to honor The local organization tQ It is 90 small thing to be I II 219 N.W. 10th Ave.GulaenUlle qulrementi with an first.
    takes the risk out of fertilizer buying. you today which you will belong is honored'in Such; a way as this. ,AUTO SALES&SEUVICE 378-S7B6 7 W University Gainesville 528 N. Main St., Oalnesvtli j
    Guaranteed cost no more-but; known as a Chapter. Its I
    to you members As your JOhn"_ 17A-R1ae'
    : pays off lots more in extra profits. The National Junior Honor are always chosen by a I principal. 'commend Motors Inc. (}
    you as an a.dul11.110 is Interested Barkley :MOBILE HOMES
    Society was formed in 1929:!! faculty selection committee.The AINT & GLASSLiddell
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    RAINBOW' I' in the youth of our
    It has and! does serve n definite factors are weighted! : so TRIUMPH ,
    need in/ our school. That that you receive a maximum county, I commend you as an FIAT MUSTANG
    A. R. Johnson Farm Supply need I Is for outstanding students number of points. Ninety percent American in a larger.way andfora miXMAN SUNBEAMS A. & J. Saw Paint &
    ]larger purpose, r am extremely Mobile Homes Inc.
    to be recognized.< Since? of the possible] total is VOLVO & Mower Co. I Glass Co.
    1929 and up until 1964. Society -' required before proud of you. We SpectUls In I II
    STARKE, FLORIDA you are selected ;Joe Anderson Mgr. New Moon-Pacemaker
    Chapters have been by the committee. Students Tho torch 'excellence Is BALES & SKBVICE: !: KYAN1ZE FAINTS

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    Coprice Custom( Conge, : NEWS B & G Motors Co. Edwards Building Locksmith &: Safe Wen Stud Service-

    Branch : 815 W. Jnfrenlty Aye Puppies For Sale
    tonp Churth: Quite VADiLLACOLDSMOBiLEBAd3H Supply Inc.
    a lot of work has been done &; SERVICE: Gainesville. r77 6'iO S. :\1&lnGainesville

    In the''pa4t jfeveralmonths on I 726 S. M ln-372-4S44 372-0000
    the Long: Branch Baptist TOM Selection of Used Car. :MOTORCYCLESTHE( ; PI.ATINO
    Taken On Cadillac' Trades
    Church. OATNESVILLE. FLA
    The church which Is

    used regulariy for .services as SMI H. W. 13th. Rt. 441 : Ocala Chrome

    well as funerals, 'for the com PUONE 178-4513 EI.ECTRiIOTon( : CYCLE SHOP Platipor Inc.
    munity has ]had a new steeple ,

    added closets ? bult\} )In the Pinna Performance ELECTRIC NORTON BULTACO Copper, N1e*el. Chromlmn

    Sunday School rooms; and. DUCATI BRIDGESTONE!: Cadmium. 5J:'.t-J Finishing

    4 ?eveial other remodeling' ;Jobs. SAABSALES Motor Repair Co. \fOTOR! C "CLf SComplete Custom 'tfifflngANTIQfE

    The latest was completed last AND SERVICE: : Of Gainesville' Inc. CLEANING

    week when tervaz2o. flooring: Service & 1 Parts
    CClccrdlc SS S9G. Impola Sport Sedan,. was !poured.? This cost the CLEAN USED CARS RepalrlngRewindangNew New & Used machines in stock SILVER. BrA3S, COPPER
    and Used Industrial Hard Chrome
    Church quite a bit and any of 1031 S. Main Gainesville Easy Financing Terms
    1538 NE 2nd Are., Ocala
    the surrounding:; churches as UOIIK Gl'ARXNTDEII: Available
    \nell" as individuals wishing; to Phone 378-2136 Dial CU.RIIU
    donate 1006 S. Main Gainesville 321 N.W. 8th Ate.
    toward', the flooring
    may do. ':*) by calling Earl Tropical Pontiac Phone 372.8318 Gainesville 378-3660 :;
    Mosley at 289-2031 mailing SIfJNSWILLIAMS
    or


    .: .... your Committee. 1 1.donations Box co 118.:' tot Earl Baldwin the Building Mosley.Rt. Fla.. TRUCK OMC Inc.CENTER FARM EQUIPMENT: :MOVERS. Long Distance Moving Neon Signs, Inc.

    William
    PONTIACno "Sign t.p1th
    All appreciated.Mt.donations. will be greatly N.W. 8th Ave. Oatne.vU\, Santa Fe Tractor, Local Drayage PLASTIC -NEON SIGNS

    ' 172-2\A"! Inc. Storage Tucking Outing Sale*Service :Maintenance.
    Zion
    Corrcfr Alonsa Sport Sedan. Chevy H Nora SS Coupe. .. the Mt.. Zion Baptist Baptist: Work ChurchIs on 1 Erection! Alterations"Your
    r CRANELlS'OIMF.R'I'R 1'0 it n Shipping. Designs; or Ours"

    Starting now-Double Dividend Days at your Chevrolet dealer's! (;tu:::=== ) soon expected Workers to be Saturday completed and Y Farm Tractors & Implement FREE EST tATES CALL 2720 Gainesville N.E. 20th Way

    t Monday put shingles on the Authorized Sales A Service Ford IndustriallachLnery: Dave 372-600fl NltM 37A.\ur.:\

    Right now youl! get a mighty handsome buy at your Cherrolet dealer' new addition. and worked on :506 E University Gainesville LANDROVER' 4 Wheel Drive HILL'S MOVING

    CHEVROLET during Double Dividend Days. Pick from 45 great models of Caprice, the walls Before long the Phone 372-4231 TILES & PANT
    Chevrolet Chevelle, Chevy LI or Corvair with a huge selection of colors, rooms will be ready to be used Crane's Imports SALES. PARTS, SERVICE & Storage, Inc.

    DOUBLE custom touches engines, interiors. Availability, variety and buy have for Sunday School classes. Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) 1138 N.W. Sixth Gainesville S310. N.K.Vul.lo: Rd. Tenney Tile & Paint

    osier been better. Hurry in to your Chevrolet dealer' now I Visitors at church Sunday FIAT-HIULMAN Gainesville 372-4271 JOHNS-MANVILLE f TILE
    DIVIDEND DAYS were Mrs. Hazel Oriffls and Phone 376-2543:
    Vinyl Vinyl AsbestosAsphaltFloor
    Mrs. Dennis Thompson of 2201 X. Main Gainesville MUSIC
    11>' tight features now standard for your safety' Highland. 372.4373 Finishing\ Products'
    0 1 BUYS NO.1 CARS Phone
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    .
    I.GI
    include seat belts front and rear. Always tastes GARDEN RUPPMEP Floor Machines -- Gym Finish
    St V Now at your Chevrolet dealer's thwa before starting Maxvllle Baptist: A large 2222 N.W. 6th St.
    LIPHAM MUSICCo.
    attendance was reported for AUTO SALVAGE Gainesville 37S-13O2
    1 -----L. Sunday school and morning Johnson & Faris, Inc. Inc.

    All kinds of good buys an in one place..at your Chevrolet dealer's-Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n. Corvair Corvette worship. The congregation: enjoyed Paul's Auto SalvageWe "' TRAVEL

    -.....................-...-.......--........-----..-.........--.--..--.-.....-.............--...-.-- ,--.-...-.-.. singing at Sunday night Complete Line of VAL LIPHAM
    services when singing visitors Buy Wrecked Cat At BEED8PLA.vrsFERrlLlZI'KS- House of Travel
    09!
    8144 from PIANOS ORGANS-DRfMS
    TOP
    Mlddleburjr attended PRICES ': I INC.

    sertlces. All Hake A Models Used rnsectlclde*-Pet Suppmi Guitars and Amplifier AIRLINES". !

    CHEVROLET INC. BIRTH Part 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaderi STEAMSHIP: !
    NOHTIIEiULICK Met and Mrs. Roger Northof Teletype Service-We Will SHEET MUSIC I
    R. R !
    224 N.W. 8th Ave.
    .
    Jacksonville are tho proud Find Any Fart For Too.Galn .
    I'-' S.:; :;!01 STARKE, FLA. PHONE 961.3900 I parents ofa daughter Karen .rrtn. 378-4511 PHONE 172-047 Gainesville Shopping Center Hotel! Car Rentals!
    3415 W University Ave.
    --- Klrobrrly" horn Tuesday, 441 N fast *Rtopfc
    -- Tart Oalneovllle FU. 372- 3\3: GalnesvllI ::1781501PAOr





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    4i KEYSTONE Republican Will Feature I .:''?, :, I I Rally DatesAnnounced Lions ClubAuxiliary Are AuditionedFor

    CommitteeT'o 'French' Models ,. 't'" Unit Folk FestivalA
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    HIGHLIGHTS resident of K"stone Twelve, ulamorous "hauteeuiitiiic" I A women's auxiliary: was' is'ls' slnwltv! KK U'ij' > li"' 'in

    Heights imnmnved' \ ( thoii- "candidacy models l! aie being lormed Tuesday nluht by Keystone Heinhts. ""Th NiwSprlnxs.

    for precinct committee flown In to hlKhliuht! the .. ,, : '10 "I The Clay: "'ollnl.'nlOI'I'lIlh'. wives! of Keystone Lions Club ." has. hoe, (chovn, tn>
    ___ 7' _( By fEmily. .Thomas posts on the Prmiblicnu\ ticket! Sprlns: Fantasy Fashion Show I Kxoi-iilive' Commit I I I..C'' l h aniheditiesi M i: member.x. nt t 1111 nivani/'itlinal! 1 1sniretinci participate' In the Fbi In Folk
    /A / ), M.X| offlrl.il,I I'M II IPS' < In the Clay Co-Op, Festival to be held lit stephen
    In the forthcoming elections! I which will be presented' : Fi I- .
    Phones at a mepHiiT' of th,' Clay day tat 8 o'clock Ir. the will the first hoinjr Ix-UI S.il- conference room. Foster Memorial. Wit I
    t 1II'laIII''h, ,, : I 19. lit tlio l Clay
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    7 nirl, H
    Springs/ on May 6. \
    Elected
    I County Republican! Party held Keystone School auditorium\ : ns pleldent'u"l
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    t- Day '173-4866; '. Nite 173-158!) ?Rtuiday inDiniua: in Ornnne! < 1 by the combined Junior-Senior I Hill School.n.'itca I :Mrs.; J. W. Wlldt: with!I Ifn.: The ui'oup comprlsi-rl" of
    I I of) OS Isei' rnllle'i I I lire1 fi*< tinMNses,, Undn Ant'irmJnrkle '.
    Park. WomIII's Clubs! of Keystone' i James! A. Jaeknou. vice president -
    KM.ISTEK( : NOWIn I leather' Court. I Ralph L. Thomas and hl I HoKhts.Those!!. I follows: Doctors Inlet :March I : :Mrs. Hubert, White, src- Fox. Delores Mu, ,ilnf.Sii7nnne .

    many I 1m' s today people I I "Mrs. Gene \5 Ife. Emily. both /spoke. briefly I } chosen( to present the 1 26: Keystone. Hclnlits. April frnn I l'l'tnl'ytl'enslll't'nl11\' : ; ;Mrs. \ Nelson Norma VtilIdrjiili.
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    2 ) -
    IIIII..hll"g.PI'II" :
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    Marsl1allvUlc.1 md
    .. Oeorue Srhaeffer, tall t Lst- Carol Wairei.: i
    h.i.c i.o choice III llii-lr\ fu returned from on their cnndldnclet a rrpre- latest styles are\ "Colef Fox \\
    \ 2.'l: nmlGieen I ,
    Pu-U.: April I :
    o
    Ifl has Precinct : "Jolle' er. The offlclnl I name fir the B"pneillVllklnol1" nil I 1 Kv:> -
    ture. They cannot vote or : Ohio where she been stay- 'eiitatlvcs from Seven "Qt'ol'lclte"fR! "II. :DO.
    tliecan." ( often have! onlY one I, Ing since the' first of the year.H'i which encompass1"?" the Bennett. "ChnTmalivV McGinn Cove! will HPI'II1It"1'1'11 bo "t'I'Vf"lit\ i organization: be cl"ermln-, !stone 1 III 1 lull !stud"nts. \\e< .- auditioned
    Supper i
    made with Heights "Yvette1 Murrhce! "Su- ed at the next: meetIntel,- on Februa.7:! al
    choice on which to cast their I trip\ Up was Keystone! area I e. each rally from t:3O: until 7.
    back The breakfnit, held at the Beeler. "Chcrle" Bunce'Otti" tatively scheduled for April 6. the, Foster :Memoinil, !
    ballot: they must do work decided the intent.of bringing! ;y": with .pet: king- by ra, nil, lila' to's.
    upon: )toy persons who her father. William Marshall Ornnife Park Lions Club was Reed. ":\Iai'Ie" Uovorn. nt 7. nt which t lime the con starting
    enic notlilnt about their omt for a visit with her here In alsa the kickoff point for HArold : "Pr 'lrel''' Bound\' and "Flour' __ by-laws of the group will were, selected! to be p i \1)1) ii'i'nphrrI -

    btlfiiiA t or aptitudesond; they I Keystone. Mr. Marshall has i Hill. Republican candidate: I Anthonv. Special coiiim!' 'nta- James T. Norton ,county t be read' an.-:| voted upon In their' Ci- I IMIVcostunies :

    : )IhT\ f 10111) tiiy to day a.< mem : been a frequent victor/ and is I to the U. S. House of R"preser.talives. tor wl'l' IIP "Fril neotse" BeloteSurprlMC ,I'hiiirm.in, his. nppointed the :sr.M.ANn; GiFT \ by the Nex Yi,>:'"

    hers or a muss not as Indlvt-; well known io this area. who stated that I rresrnt.it Ion following: committee to bo In The Keystone Heights Lions, Daily News! photo' 1(1( ;phI!.

    4 di.nb. III this land we seldom Shortly after her arrival In I the 77,000 voters of the Second Mr s. O. J. Muii'hoi' Jr. charge of the rallies: Mm.Bon Club has donated sexerali who plans\ to. use tlifti\! picture! \

    mih/! our great fortune at I, Marshalltown. her father dies::: I Concresslonal; District; how chairman\' hns announced Silver Tea Guest Artist trice, M. Cooper chulrnun Hili.AI'l'hle : !items of playground equipment -| In n Sunday !supplfment rn.."-

    belliiblr, ; to hiive a hand InI suddenly and; later .MIR be- who voted in the Republican 1 that the "Bi-atlcs", !< have John Wilkinson Jr.Clay Orange. to the new Hunnhlne j i axliu: (caLlS, lug,( Flurl.ia: aca-
    I I Padgett
    I ill and also MIOW- column in 1964 would unnln been booked ns surprise presentation In liraril nl fchool In Gainesville. I t Ion attractions.
    our future. Thl we do when came was nU'UUKh.. -tin* *lnKli! K 'antfcliwt will Park II. Keystone : as one I
    Cooper
    C cast our ballot In elections : bound. necessitating a much'' I CR firm their disenchantment i for the occarlon. tin* uniiiml SI Ih I ,'1'' TI-II Kivi'ti ly Community. C'hurrli W .nnirn. : Heights Emery ; Ch.irlc! Snylcr.- 01 the manv projects, of the Three of thi', ur\:. \1.-. '3e'i-e.!' ,'

    or lociil I to national longer? stays than plannod |I with the Great Soslity. and Three motleU buy been .. i club. The Lions! ate continual-1 Carol; and! suanii'u: onipnny -
    up scope. I IInillelitig.
    (.11'. .. on I llinr-xlay. :.March' I 17, at :'i I''."ii. In I tl Isy ftlucatloniil and Frank "Fountain Green ..'" .
    TI Iorc." K a !state election: at : Visitors at the John Bird support the Republican candidates added to the group showing I Cove Springs. I [ly seeking ways to assIst In I with I S uitcs' iii. a, v T.Int

    I I UIII rt. un.! the people !of Keystone household' were Mrs. Bird's I In the coming election. : fashions from Lella'fi I I11'9: : arty worthwhile' endeavor (! with the yrotip) v Inch
    Kxccutlve: Committee
    t( HeiBhts! do not have to', sister. Mrs. Lucille Crozler. Hill stated that he was a Huntlev Hedfcnrn Jr Mrs. The County V. HS organized la.t t Dec< < ,iiibe:

    !po tar in order to make:: them-i I aIsj! !. 't .fends, from lihaea.1\ stronff/ advocate of the .f rce I jHJnes R,. Sink and Mrs. Earl) luncheon will unlti nil circle' !' candUlates will! at meet 7:30March : with" the I II .. .. . -S'r .
    i,.'!\'s( HlKible) ) to vote. The Su-'' Jlrh.. .who stbpped for a tiw : enterprise system of government .: Voyles. members at 12 noon( as .Mrs. PE FcE: I p.r"'orr'15 rallies
    to discuss the
    prrvl'-or) of Elections has I I days on their way to the I and would vigorously i Hrlioaix.il. Mecum leaves later, In the! day
    and other rules of the cam.I -
    opened( a branch office in thsKevtoiie ', southern part of the state. oppose the enlargement of I Tht'l'e111 be a (complete for Tis liii htliisee. As'S is iitcei1t'rst.': .

    Water! \' Works office STORK SHOWER governmental anenclc's! both in rehearsal t tonlnht I Thursday I are bring\ made to extend an I pus igis.

    on Lawienct\ ( Blvd. for the I A stork shower wai given numbers and in scope. I at the school beuliininK at 7 Invitation to the :Mini of the i

    i-oiiYenieiir.() of local persons for Mrs.\' Jim Johnson. the p. m. All participants!! must be Church. Mrs. Beatrice Schroe I Mrs. Olynn, Rothhummer was

    who havr not yrt registered former Marlene Llnsln. by the I present. :'er" will be chalnnnn ot the her sisters, and their families.Mr. .

    Remember .- its too late to i women of Hope Church:: last Lena demons of Hillcrest.has luncheon iirrnn.tteinents., \ \ ""-1 1I By Srottle Thoniiis: i I end Mrs.!! E. W. F.asterlln;;

    complain when you lose your Monday night at the Community enlisted in the U. S. Army I >I.',ted by the other d'cl'l' Keystone high School! has of Fan Gallic: Mr. and Mrs.' I..

    dinner, to vote t through your' House in Theressa. and leaves for Fort !Bennlnit, NEWS NOTESBy I chalimen.! Each clicle\ ( been fortunate In programs. C. 'Ihompoon.tlss! Ella Jar.o

    own nplIll el1ce. and you can About 33 guests were pre- Oa. for basic training, on meet !separately! follow the for their Junior-Senior HUh Wesley of Orlando.' Miss Nas.cy ; .--

    ". vote only If you are proper) i if sent and participated in the March 14. He will be In the' Helen, KKUIISIl.VKU : luncheon address.Nightentznles I afsemblH-s this> year which Wesley of Gainesville: her
    f \re".Ktered.', \ I games which were' played for \ CII'l.ltVW are spomoied I by the Student
    Alt Defense branch of the I "raients: ;Mr.' and Mrs. C. R.
    I occasion. the winners meet Monday ,nl' ht. :March' 21.
    In lit; 'N THERE: the Among Army. Council under the direction of Wesley and! Bunt.* Mrs. Nancy:
    I were Mrs. Mike Funder- ; TK.\ Ht 7:45: : with\ :'oIl'Vl1l1l'l'' ; Helen Ramos.,
    Mrs.
    Mrs.! David Hall and Tieruncle. Bill King.: .son of the W. W. na.ss. They were all here tocelebrate
    James Packard of Leo- burk and Mrs. W. D. DeWItt. Kins., left Monday for Memphis Ray Vaush.: the oll1lllnll Muhlhofer. Rebeccas( \will' meetthe The past two weeks we have the 10th Weddlntt:

    minister :M.iss are la Key-I Mr. Johnson has returnedto Tenn. where he will receive evangelist\ will entertain at so me nl'jhl' At" o'clock Iad County School Superlntcndant Anniversary of "-1r. And Mrs

    si oiv now. staying at White Key West where he Is stationed his Naval Reserve boot the!' annual Silver Ten of the with MI'!;. Thomas Ore'ory.Mis. : Joss Tynes. \\ hui.oke F. 'V. Ea.sterllnsi. 'I'hel'e1111' fI 5 :

    J at the Naval Air Base camp training. Community Church Women s Clarence Duvls'I elicit | to us on "Our Ameilcnn iiirprl.ii blithday, party (osMi's. '
    I of his Circles Thursday. March will be hostesses. nnd provideflowers Heritage.! and on March 4.
    following drydockln.t: Billy Cnrnfs. son of Mr. and on Eastorllns a I No. Cake nnd
    KEYSTONEDrive.ln ship In New Jersey the past Mrs. Carl Carnes was lecently 17. at 2 p. m. in the Community \ durliv! Mnrcli.I.MPOKTANT : the Viking Players from St. punch was enlnyrd" by all.
    I few months. Church educational build- MKIIICAKKMEETING ; Johns River Junior CollJee. in :
    Jack
    home on leave from Ft. Mrs. H.., I. Evans frlcnSs.::>
    Theatre UNDER THE WEATHER son. S. C. and left )last }Friday liifir. ; (!Lu.J.Ilsft. : Palntka presented the play, !Mrs. John Colt rust\ and Mis- <

    Dix. N. J.. hU new While In Keystone. Mr., and B. Donaldson.' districtmanaxer "Our 'To" n", directed by Mr. ,
    News from E. F. [Buster] for Fort ; CoUiirfit of Oalnesvlllf' visited
    Fri.. Sat.-:March 11 : 12McOUEENROBINSONMARGRtl Aiken Is that he .Is perking up post Mrs. VaU'd1111' be houseciuests of the .larksonvllle: \ Pelham. Everyone enloyed the I I ( Continued on Vngt 141
    Social Security! office!! has ndt play much ,particularly! !
    Mr.kiwi very
    of their friends,
    TEEING OFFIn !
    now following his! operationand
    complications from: an infection the Thursday meeting of .. Mrs. Roy Brllinen: of \t Led Mm.[ F P Easin of a I I1h'ol..lU'p the fact that no .settkvi: was To My Friends and
    I meptlnu to be held u I'd. but In.leathe\ narrators I MURRHEE
    the Keystone Country Club Lnke Geneva Before becoming :
    and Is on the road, to ,
    221 evnnuellst.! MI' Ht 7 p. m. Monday. March I 14. described\ the town very' Citizens of Clay County
    j'e<:Qvery. He i is presently at Women's Oolf Association. "the singing hnuse. Insurance Agency
    in St. Anne's( pnrlbh vividly so that each )person
    the University! Medical Center. players participated In the i ilinehole VaiiKh was! prominent In the
    p' : round which' saw I entertainment field as a recording I, Pill flls,'kiisa nfl field repie-' had a clear idea in his mind General Insurance

    Eddie Bleha has been hospitalized Mrs. Ej, Dwyer finish first In star as well as a well- Tentative! from Oreen, Cove : of the way it looked. nnr... (Asri.TY!' MA 1 would like to make a public) announcement\ that

    SIEVE WWARD G AN* I vlI'us'anJ\ .in Starke with a I. the low net dlvlMon and Mrs. known television and radiopersonality. \ Spl'lnllI111 be uucst sp.-okei j Two very Interesting pro- K1NR] AUTO-BONUS I will he a candidate\ for County Commission for
    ,
    la much Impl'oved.'IIltn \
    ; he'll ,I. Harold Button second.A In his 25 years In an:$! will show a short Him orMedicare. grams which ate planned foi Keystone H.lyhts. 47.V4T80 District No. 2.
    that be
    chances hauU
    entertainment business he \ All permms' ( ( the near future are "Opera- .
    HAW MAIDENWBumWElDt ,, home before the week Is over.I luncheon and business the well-' I Attend. whether' they have nl.''I I lion Teenager," a repeat oj'I reared 'in Cluy County Lt tepidI -
    NWlin PJUlSOWHT meeting was held at th* Home worked with many I was !><>rn nnd ,
    pUOtjCOfI Mrs. Watt Hardcnbemh has ready signed up (oM\' ;okl1l'" the PTA piesentatlon, held or
    personalltle Florida, giil.Emms /.
    television married
    of Mrs. Albert Bachinunn following known 'I I inK Clay County .School a
    also returned home from the these will be nn op-
    / or not. as January 20 at which the students -
    I the play I Smith in lO.'JC.: I have been a taxpayer
    Ianyone I :
    University-Hospital and hope nortiinltv' to ask qupntions weie asked not to attend UNDERINSURED /
    sclocaLos to be around and about soon. ', CHI/HOI NEWS Mrs. Nettle Slltchbl'l'I'Y.pi is. too ill or unable tn in order. that as many ,since( reaching the age of J 18.

    I SERVICE NEWS I I St. Williams Catholic-The/ Olfrllrn chAII mAn for thechurch sl'in lip ot the Jacksonville' adults as possible mlffht see ? 'htsrt'hOrange of
    t.iwler. women WAS assisted I In : .. 1 am member\ ot' the :Methodist. ,; (
    I Rev. Father E. Louis Mr'sFan
    George Allen. son of: I 01 fire. If t hl'Y111 1lv: the ,'ograin: and a talk by
    MI'S'I them arrangement! by Mrs. Park. A member, of the Agricultural Stnbiliation ,
    C. M.. will conduct a Mission I I Ii their iiimes, mid addies-!! the noted author. Dr. Frank
    I and Novena In the Parish Bridges nnd Mrs James Cook es the Palatka ,rrprwentntlvewill ( Slauuhter. who has a summer and Conservation, Service Chairman( 01

    opening Sunday. Mitch 13. :i Burly! reservations should b" I make special] annnminents : *- coltnue In Keystone. In which Hoard ot' U. S. Dept. (If' Agriculture under ( 'j\ il

    W. E. CHERRY. ;and closing Monday. March :: mAd with :Mrs John Bird. for\ them. Oov Durn.x many of his. books have been' Defense) ,.; Cattleman Association t I Past1""lel':\ 01'

    21. The schedule will be as'' 473-49'i' ;. or with the "'0- has m.ule sevevnl pleas for, written. Dr. Slaughter 1the. Cahill Lodge! ='0. I 116 I Past [Patron, of Order ot

    follows: St. EdardsSpry\ f'hall'man.11'1': Barry Wy- / "-.ettlny, ,every. eliulljle ]person\ ; IHI th or of many biblical and i Kastrrn: Star =No.I1), York Kite liodies' and :Moroc\
    ices open! Sunday.:! March 13. mAI1. 473-4950.: Mrs. William over 113 veV-s, of axe.:. enrolled. hi"toricnl\ novels and anauthority
    A MAN OK EXPERIENCE at 7 p. m. consisting! of N'o- Reynolds Is general chairman I I-ASTEKN: sr.\u on early Florida. Attendance oco Temple.

    A MAN OF DEDICATION vcna prayers sermon and ,, rOIlt'SIT'IU'I,1I: : The Keystone HelxlHsHomemakers \; will be limited to I wan\ employed for six years; by the Florida

    benediction. On Mcrday.[ The Men's Club enlertnlnert! Club! lulned, with the student body. State Racing1 Commission,.; as Chief Inspector.,.; After -
    Tuesday! andVedne dAY. IhPlr !guest speaker. Trier I the other" County' Clubs in an
    We are\' glad that the Keystone -, working with the Florida Highway( Patrol for
    .\slts .ur S iite uttil! support fur County; ( Commissioner. lel'vlces111 be at 7 i o. /in. I Deneyka of the Slatis Mission all-dny tour\ of Stephen Foster School news in! 'Uack in I IIIl'lnt
    dlnn"r.1 two I i-psigned< to go into business, : Ilinlrlit. :2, flay County. consisting of Mass. Novena at their monthly Memorial at White! Springs\ .: on have been years :
    : agaIn. and we in cattle t I and! t timber-
    prayers and sermon. Confessions Feb. 28. Dinner was served If'1 I March 2. Special honors were Mrs.Ramos self being engaged farming
    A iiiil. It c mid llff-lmig: rrwMent. of Clay County. I would. each promised assistance by I .! broker!
    after services even [about 45 persons withfrll'! paid to Mrs Ida Dmitry 11' See land. At the present.:< uni ptilpwnot
    better organized -
    In KCltlng
    tiring In tlii. po-tltlon ear of talunMe 'p..rlt'n'e"
    I ',1:1\; ". ..i'rsi'iI| on the Board many )of County CoinmlHHlonem nixjcars I ing. St. William's: March Services 17. James! Cook In phniae'! of nriHiKjpments. '' member who will celebrate\ hei, and urltlng\ this on areuular .HI NTI.KY: KKI; >|'-I-AKN: jr. If elected I will nut be dictated, by. any per-on' in-
    Thurssday. '
    open assisted Mrs April 8.
    mill oil tln.' > Hoard of Public Inttructlon for 28 )_.... I ; by 'I DOth bll'th'IIY on basis. If you hu<.e any will
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    and continue through Monday Henry Mickle's circle ni"m- A delicious luncheon wjerved Your Gulf LifeRcpri'seHfatire special Inte"t'stoCI'UUp"" / >
    I -.UK/ '. estlons. on what you'd htketo
    If <.!(.<.It.d.| | I sliall Mrlvn at all) tlmcH to brinK; cooperation March 21. Each evening1 I bers. at n->on. after th In this column please! \ every issue on the basis\ of what I think j U riirut

    |H-\\I'I>,II nil County Offlclitln, enperlally CmnmlHslonerH amiSHioiil services111 be at 7 1 p. m..1| of Steward, will nifm'jers' had enloyed a tOil, see
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    The 'jive them! to Mrs.Rmnoi. oryour for the old friends. tli
    ( I grateful : inc
    Itourcl! Mimb' .<'.-.. I test thlt* Mill briny about rfAVirntl consisting of evt'ninqfn.qll. meet! Monday. "March[ 14. atl] of the memorial,' BIT! a boat writer urn many
    >. ami :>i-t rwonoinlrally the. operation of your two Novena prayers and sermon. 7:11):: P. m. trip to the Suwnnncc If Iv-r Ask him how on. Gulf lifo with the new ones: and ask the. :support< s ci't'\ -1"

    t t.n -.1jcnili' ii g 1".IIe><. On Sunday. :March" :20. there A chiinsp hiss been mv.ioun-: Keystone members. aUenelIKU .vVyVvvVvV.vv' #,yvv. insurance policy with, Adapt-A- citizen in 'lay County. I It'" elected 1 pledge( f I"< > < >

    will be no p'cnhlta" but this|: were Mrs. Ida Gentry Plan con protect your home, operate with the other Kounl :Members.' {Cmiiit' '

    TIIANKINC; YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR scrlvces will consist of No; enuprayel's. i month'd for :\rr"rlrrlp Fern mcctlms?Mecunt. 15rriend Mis.! Frnn-es, i5iifflv.ttai., :Mis. MELROSEIVr'' I I ,provid income, to family your income retirement. odd (Officials and county t employees.Elbert :< .

    VOTE AND SUITORT.W. /sermon and VniJlc-: of Or and MI < A C'' F P. Euan:': Ml's.JIdl'"d: Pcy- fund or help tend your childr.n -

    lion. Confessions after ;crvIces Holt.. will be In Keystone on tOil Mrs Geneva!! Chib:, and:! !'e. to college. D. Sounders/

    E. CHERRY each evening. [ :March 21 She has lust re- Sr')ther. .VI's.' !! Oerst." MJ'". E. C Sally Uiitlili.immrr J'Iieni. 11:1-1:1: : .)
    and her tnotlvr-ln- I
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    .I'ol A tll' auxplccb of the. Christina The Ulm'makl'l'Club: \\m! IHTI.ICATE; BKI1MJK1st :
    I brlii i retultt. meet at 10 a. m. Wcdnecdny. Rolun.t.1Ilt'van ,, I
    II I I Herald A covered dish I pliice -- :\11'''
    Mni--li 1(1( at the Clay Electric :Vfr<. James P Vos'

    confi'ience, ioom.i 2nd place Mrs Palev Bjvd I

    BANK :Mrs John( Strnwn. :3rd place: RE-ELECT \

    f Vole For 1'rogrcitn . Vote For tied- :Mrs.! :Mary Cook. :MUnIva rj-

    JP!!! HlIlyel'11'8.: : W. J. 010-

    LOAN D. Anthony "Tony"BAKER calendaror : IIr'k.11': '. }SL'"SiC! 1 IlutherfoiI'FKS -*.
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    With A >N.\I.S 0 O. J. lliirrhco) Sr.
    :Mr and Mri. H. O Ij4sC -

    Thursday. MariO Fash- ;,),I /is I nd I I ,children I nre' u.ovliv ,

    Ion Show ,tehi-aisal." p. m. 10 Arkan.sns\ this week. Mr
    Get In Keystone Schorl lunclr'oom.Fiidny. r.ruxdiiii will he employed bv

    The Driver's :Mar\ I 11 Sprlna\ \'iti't 11115 Hospital In t.tttK- COUNTY COMMISSIONER
    write to
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    Show. 8
    Fantasy Fashion p. .
    I them :lit 30fl( Rr\'elly. She:
    Seat of m.' Keystone School aiuiitorlum. !: I
    FOIL() Admission. wood. North Little Rock Ark DISTRICT 4

    That Brand t4 :\St' and :Mr Andrew' Dmi. _
    Saturday! March 12- VoterrcKistratlon _
    CommissionerDistrict Minim \' ni Itf'.k'llIlur..l\
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    New County ,( : for Clay County. I'I'I'f D'liikN pwrentn. Mrand \
    until I til! :A> < Mr
    Four 9 a. m. noon: p. i
    .4. :Mrs! F:. :M. Robln. Automobile m. Ofnor Keystone!; Water Keystone Heights, Kingsley
    Works. Lawrenr-, Blvd. Mrs> Cecil( I Ifnok vIsited: hetdtiii'
    liter. Mrs. Junes! J.
    Lake McRae Belmore ,
    Wednesday. IB '
    March ,
    YOUNG(; : HcMrne! Jr of Tampa list:
    (;ii.t t your heart !!et on a new car? Wonder- Homemakers Club 10 A. m. week' '

    inn when and how you can swing the deal AcitEssivi-;(; I : Clay Co-Op Meeting R:>om, J/r anl :MIH.. Luki' Wilson County at Large

    The to "when?" isNOV. Thursday. March 17 .-Annual -
    f financially? answer of
    CAI'AHLK of Oaincivllle, was iriests
    "how?" is Silver Tea: .spomoiv:! by
    The to on a
    answer hI'I\ I parents. MI' aid:! MM.

    knv-co"t' auto loan from' us. Terms to suit I KM'EIHKNCKI: : ) p.Community m educational Chu'hVomen\ buil-'lng.' 2 Ernest Cn..... ford. lat week. JEt TIST. 1:1.1IOOSfo: :. WILL ,\ I'PHE'IATIYOllH; : { VOTK() : AND:'

    your convenience.. SINCERE: Saturday. March 19.- Voteiregistration. Weekend !guests of "Mr. and SUPPORT( ) IN Tim COMING DEMOCKATIC PKIMAUY.{ FIUST I II INEXI'EJIEN'E.

    l Same as :March I II I ( :. PIIOVEN; INTECHITY CAPAMLKUELIAHLE :
    2. ('.\ltU OK THANKS
    :-EFFICIENT.O. .
    KEYSTONE STATE BANK I Mr. N. WaUon Harden-

    BAKER /* the MAN! beriih expresses her deepest
    J. MURRHEE
    SR.artvprtHrmpnt
    Fla. .
    Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heiffhts, I THE Rir.lIT POINT for th. appreciation to the many per-

    : way you ",rite. (V.m In and ons w ho sent flowers card: i
    "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Political AdvertUtemvnt Paid For Dy .nflft-t your favorite. M.STF.H-: made visits and offered! prayI. '
    ; I 1'..." p'IctneI p it'l for hv O. J. Mnrrlvn.. Sr 1
    D. Anthony fTonv) Baker
    Community. Ji J Bli(XK fMiirluhi, ""n. TKI.K-: .T, for hi, diirlns, her recent j I
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    .nd Mehose PTA team played E. A. Lamm organist MornlXgVoi'ship, 11 a. m.: II
    ( I BUS gym Cunuv.i and Koch
    I d.I.v. Tuesday and Thursday i with Mercury ,recoid.sInkc, I II
    MELROSE I in Melrose Friday night. I Masses: Sunday, 9:15:) a. mslona Training Union. 6:15: p. m.:; will play a consolation game t I aftei school 3:30: to 4:30.: Lessons I your plans now to attend this,
    Pohn's Dali-y Queen won 39- S to 5:30 each, Sat- Worship 7:30 7
    : p. m. Evening : p. m.; Saturday afternoon March, will start :March 14. and dance more information will!

    23. Liz Elleman, Barbara urday. Choir Practice. 8:30: p. m. COUNTY 12 at 1 p.m. be Instructed by Joan Scott, be provided.
    WITH
    Holmes. Judy Tomllnson Foye Novena ) Benediction Supply pastor. Rev. Jim Rig-
    (Continued, from Page 11)) auv Scoring Summary former Head :Majorette: of
    o I Ills, Nancy Wesley. and Monday., 7:30: p. m. don. "Come let us worship! to- t'e' Andrews 5 6 10 I 5 26 of Bradford High School.

    with her this Saturday. Dottle Riley made up Roan's tnterdemonlnstIonaICotnmunlty ,nether.! YOUR AGENT Canova 2 10 4 5 21 All who ate Interested are I IN 'HIK oi\iv
    .11 u III.K-H:
    Mi and Mrs. Virsile Rowe Pnliy Queen's team. Nancy Cluirch Dr Beuluh Baptist! Sunday .Ir. hays IluNketliall League asked to contact the Starkc t'II'I'I'' |\ \M,II 1"fll1| > |"| \ i,.
    and Danny has moved to Lalcr( Wesley broke her glasses and School. 10 a. m.: Morning In another thrIlling. boys Recreation department and *-<>.111.'III.11" I.'I.OIIIIIk.
    I
    A. minister Mrs
    C. Hott.
    I.llv: near Keystone Height had to quit. :Melrose Team Oeorge Canova organist: Worship. 11 a. m.: Training game Lawtey. winless in five I register Friday March 11 from I EHTATIi I' PI1I11'I'N.i "\u,I.'. .

    tot the summer. Mr. Rome's took out one of their playersto Union, 6:30: p. m.; )Evenln I .starts picked up their first j. 3:30-5:30:: : p.m. AJ2WTUN' : :; 'I'm. ".1-: 'I. \ 'u; >.

    ilstei. Mr and Mrs Connte\ make it even sides ucraln. I Sunday School. 9:30: a. m Worship 7:30: p. m. ; Midweek victory, at the expense of the I Teen Howling. League .1,.t--UHl-ll. ''
    Morning Worship. 11 ao."I ui's-i: i ft. mNursery
    demons and Ronnie has tnk- March 18. there will be a [ Prayer Service. Wednesday Chamber of Commerce. CC got A bowling league tor boys I All iimlltors, of u"I" i -.u-, ," ..I I
    both hours].
    en the cottage! next to them talent show at the School I open 7:30: p. m Pastor. Rov. R. L. off to a big lead triggered bysharpshooter and girls was organized .' ':\\'TM.nincM.':; :" ..\.'''iii 'I' ,

    for the summer, also. Auditorium. It is sponsored by I Tnsgart "Everyone Welcome." Tommy's Tal- Monday! night at Staike Bowling iiMvil, '11',. hi'i,".lit in,it"tiiIVIllllfl 1"..,"I ""..1
    -Epl .eo".. | | I III fill ,.
    Mr. and :Mrs. R. M. Cason the J.nlor class and a small St. Anne's Rev. W. W .'.:RSOSU.SMI' ley's 14-polnt flr<.t quarter effort I Center. A six-man leaguewas whli,'li I'!"It"u'I! !% I m., 'IllilfiniindM ,s '''h'."i ""

    has returned to their home and Mrs. W. H Agner and had down against' .
    : donation will be charged Lawtey formed and! will bowl .uul'u) u.I 'm, t II"I i "s
    here In Alelrose.. For several curiicii Worstall; vicar; R. O. Cope- Usited Mr. and Mrs J. A.. by 17 to 6 after one> quarterof each Monday night at 7:30.: 'in 1 ur tin-, I I'.HIIIU, .i' I nKrutirnril ,,,,I,,.. ..I
    land. organist. I "I'mniM ,
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    months they were living In Christmas and new baby boy play. Lawtey closed the gap Any boys and 16- .
    The Methodist District Morning Prayer and Sermon girls ages I tinfoiirtliuiim nt" "si.n,, I i.lilii i.' 1"//.., .
    Welaka near their daughter.' of Starke Sunday afternoon r I a \ George T. by picking up 12 points in the 18 Interested in participatingIn within. xl\" ,i>,.n.lir, u",,,"",u h.
    Welcome home Mr. and Mrs. meeting was held In Ooala. 2nd and 4th Sundays Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White-. '! t Iluggins 2nd quarter and trailed 25-18 the league are requestedto fnmi",. 111* "dim, "I t i II". r.i ,,i ,,,, ,..
    Thursday. Rev. Watts. Mrs. I 9:30: a. m. [nursery op"n.11 lU'iitlitn of u this i It" I.. i I", i,
    Cason'! head anj' two daughters attended at half time. Lawtey gained contact the Recreation Department
    Price.. Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Schone- 'Holy Eucharist and sermon -..--- -----I I'talin. nr, id I 'ilium' ) ,"r ruj.u' t I I. ,m,
    :SCHOOL! "Th Greatest Story another point toward the lead I or be. present at tho writing I ,n ml' ni'iMi, 'u! ,it. i 'h.'
    The Melrose PTA met at 8 man. Mrs. Wltherspoon Mrs. 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A Ever Told" In Jacksonville I Another Progressive Pig,. discussion for the next three In the 3rd quarter and was bowling renter Monday Mar. .l.lni',' ,of,I [r.'iI'u, n.-, i.. ,ml,,I ,i-. i ..i,.iI
    Tillman. ana Mrs. Crawford M. I nursery open 1. Churct.: '. i I I'!10.() Hlllll I'HH. '"'I., I lit I I I ,,, ,,.I IHllll
    p m. last Monday night. In attended the School. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu- Saturday afternoon.Mr. Production Program Is In op weeks. Our new building and down 28 to 22 RuingInto the 14, at 7:30: p.m. ,., lllllHt !I". MM.,Ill t l I.s I )!.
    the school auditorium. The meeting.The and Mrs. Rene Garcia eratlon. This latest one is by facilities will be in use and we final period. Midway of the 4th Junior and Bantam Howling' I i Ilillllfllll, )1. I IIIM,, .iu.' I'o I ..>'t r I I..",rv ,1 I
    new officers was voted on and Episcopal ChurchWomen oharlst 8 a. m. each Sunday. and family had as Thursday Delbert Green who operates a'' will absolutely have one of the I' quarter Lawte.y had caughtup Plans are now being formed !I"y, !' III-" II rt,'111 I li," ..i tl, V ,,1.1.I Iu
    Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M. i"ruliiK I i" I I..t
    accepted Mrs. Gilbert Reedas met at Mrs. R.. P. each Sunday. ETC 6'j: : P. M overnight guests St. and small livestock farm In the I I most attractive programs you and the rest of the game to establish leagues for "ti''u.\:i ;i: i !i.: ,r -11 \ \\.

    '\\ elected to serve another Hol1t. 's home Thursday morn- : i Mrs. L. F. Picrson of Favettevllle Hellbronn Community. This isi have ever experience for was nip and. tuck with Law- boys and girls ages 10 11, 12, ,ilnii nlHfT..11'.t, ,i I J'"
    each ,
    year as President. Secretary. Ing. Refreshments were served Sunday. N. C., Commander Deon another result of the swine Bradford County. I tey coming out on top by one and one for ages 13. 14. and lund till I' ..1.'I.' ..\--.l,:, ..1- ..,, .1 I 1''

    Mrs. Harry Ormsboe Treasurer i after the meeting. Dally offices of Morningand Cole and Capt. Ercel Cole of- production field 'day held at I Things will be popping nom point. Steve Cubbedge showed i i 15. Meeting time and date for :::/U 4'' : 1 ;

    Mrs. Ralph Mathcws. Mrs. Henry Williams Sun- Evening Prayer. 8:00: A. Raeford. N. C. the State Prison. Farm abouta hi-noon on March 30 till! 10 p. the way for. victorious Lawtey these proposed activities will I'

    Vice President. Mrs. W. E day School Class went to M. and 5:00: P. M. Carla Jean and Carlton year ago.Delbert m., April 2. The big Rural- with IS points. Tommy Talley be announced. Instructional -

    Moore. Installation of the n"w Starkc Friday and had a -PresbyterianFaith Faulk: spent the weekend as used an effective Urban Fish Fry will be tha:! had another good game hItting bowling will be provided those

    officers will be next meeting\ I bowling party. Mrs. Williams! Presbyterian Church. curate!! of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. expression in describing some opening program.; The selection the wicket for 21 points.M'u.rlng Interested in learning or improving PlazaBarber

    nijrht April 25th. II served them hamburgers and -Rev. J. R. Neale Ji minister Mathis in Gainesville. of the qualities that must be of another charming I Summary their bowling.

    Mr. Parsons. Principal of all the trimmings. ; Mrs. W. A. Wallace. organist Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter found in feeder pigs and Strawberry Queen 'ulll be the Lawtey 6 12 4 12 34 t I BIO SiltiNG I).\:\,(''';

    Melrosr high School "ave a : Mrs. Carl Swisher. Sr. vl.slted Mr. and Mrs. Henry slaughter animals today. closing program.! Such activi- I CofC 17 8 3 :5 33 i! The Parks and Recreation Shop

    talk on "Head Start Pro summer organist. Carter and Mr. and Mrr. Randolph These pigs "Ham Out" better ties as livestock judging, talent Register Oil knocked off the j I Department will sponsor! a Starke I'l.ixa'

    gram." All parents that are i Sunday School. 3. LA Cro. by. all of Maxvllle than pigs from the other sow contest battle of the : high playing Bradford BarberShop Spring Dance for high school
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    Interested In their child I wlioIf : / Morning Worship 11 Sunday afternoon.Mr. and that Is what you gotta bands contest. and horse show i team 31-23 they caught boys and girls Friday night, Near Winn-DKie

    entriinp school in Sept I : Sunday. [Nursery a both m and Mrs. E. M. Norton have now. will be featured. Will be klnda 1 j i the usually hot Barber boysIn March 18. The dance will be Andy Dobson
    I open
    attending this summer program hours.1 and chlldreiv*' 'eHE I* -*upper We are proud also to see like a continued motion pic- a slump The first qual.terpl'oved held at the Country Club and

    contact !Mr. Parsons 'I -Baptist guests of Mrs. Trudy Nor- this improvement now In operation ture. When you visit the first to be the big differ- will feature a top band "The, Proprietor)

    A music\( program was: presented First; Kiptl.it Rev. J. D rYYyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyy ton In Jacksonville. on Delbert's' farm. Especially day and get the program. you I ence as Register Oil closed the Members," of Clearwater. ', YOUR I 15tTIIONACEAPItREt'IA'I'EI: ;

    by thp Chorus md En- Bowen. pastor: Ralph Copeland Eddie Fuquay spent Friday proud for Mrs. Del will want to return each: day. quarter with an 8 point lead The Members are currently! )

    semble. Refreshments sold organist. night and:!. Saturday .In Ocllla bert Oreen because she might Fair Manager Pete Novak and made it hold up for the under a recording contract I! .

    by the Junior Class. was Worship services : Sunday.It Kingsley{ Lake Oa. a* guest of Von Peavy give the pigs better attention reports that all exhibit spaces win. The Barbers were able

    The PTA Sponsor a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nurseryopen and family.Mr. than Delbert does. are about gone. In fact. there to outscore the Oil team onlyin
    procrnm
    ], Wednesday. 7:30: p. m and Mrs. Edgar Cottle Our small farms are good were only six spaces left a few one quarter nnd that justwasn't
    "Operation Teenager" will be Mr.*. K. M. Nnrtna
    April 22. at 2 Sunday ScihooJ/ 9:45: a. m. nnd five children and Miss places for growing feeder pigs. days ago. Seems that interestIn enough to offset the GLASS That'8 Our Business
    p. m. Thi Is Phone 083-2081 deficit. David 14
    mainly (nursery open). Training Un- Winifred Cottle of Wowibine We have been doing right well the Fair has about doubled Knight's
    for the 7th thrown'
    for the winners
    the 12th graders but. anyone loji, 6:30: p. m. [nursery open] AAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAJCIII'KCII Gn. were weekend guests of In this 'program and we expect In preparing for this !season. points while was high had 12 'If It's Glass We Have It"
    Is Invited. i Mrs. David Cottle. to see others construct Groups have been meeting for Roger Kelly ,
    -Catholici SCIItDl'LES Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mathis facilities for such a program.I several weeks so that the points for Bradford Barber CALL WRITE or VISIT

    Rohn's Dairy Queen Basketball i St. Williams Fr. Thomas I Kingsley Lake Baptist: of Gainesville were Sunday The regular Feeder Ply' Sale kick-off will be ON TIME: Shop. FOR ANY GLASS NEED:

    team of Qal'iesville Kelly priest In charge; Mrs. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.. evening! guests of Mr. and each month helps encourage :March 30.There Scoring Bradford Summary B S 6 8 4 5 23 \Ve Design Modern Store Fronts!

    Mis. Maxie Carter Sr. this program.I / is additional room
    Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton would like to suggest that for livestock and poultry exhibits Register Oil 11 4 7 6 31 r. Just Mail: Us A Pattern For

    and family attended' the fun you listen to our radio station this year. Call our office Bradford Barber Shop Table TopsSHEA'S
    smarting from a loss on Wednesday -
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE eral of an uncle. Jack Norton and read the morning news- 964-6761 If you have

    I in Macclenny Sunday after paper. But, next Monday. something; good to show. We Southern met Discount league-leading Saturday /j GLASS CO.

    noon. March 14. I hope you will be like a variety. A County FairIs and
    morning hit the basket '
    BUSINESS Miss Susan Ebilnz spent the right In front of your televis- the place to "show-off". It with amazing accuracy and ,j e (NOT INC.)
    DIRECTORY weekend as guest of Mr. and ion and have It on channel 12 may be a beef animal!, dairy
    admonished Southern
    Mrs. Clinton Barton of Key- at 6:45: a. m. Mrs. June! Chapman animal good hogs. poultry. thoroughly 43 to 23. The first half 1313 NW. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone F112-4 353

    stone Heights. ASCS County Officer rabbits. a goose. special pig was a close game as Southern i

    APPLIANCES i AI'TO(' ( SERVICE Mrs. L. V. Moore and children Manager, and I will be on the eons or even a pet possum. Discount trailed by 4 points

    Electrical Sales & ServiceYeoman's of Starke. Miss Winifred air.Bradford Call us tomorrow or next day 10 to 12 at intermission. The A J Ft. k A
    KING'S Cottle of Woodbine. Ga. and County Fair Is gaIns for sure.sponsors. 2nd half i ", fI:" 's.;, e-: i ''r 7'L
    T V Service belonged solely to r
    CenterJ. Electrical Mrs. David Cottle visited Mr. to be the subject for muchRECREATION the Barbeis outscoring Discount e' t 4'S .' 4. 4 ,' '..

    Service Station Sales & Service and Mrs. Charlie Moore -In. :2. to 11 1 k
    II. TIIIK.S: Proprietor 111 tile nd half. '

    Authorized Motorola Fhilco USED CARS AT Frigidaire Appliances Jacksonville Woodrow Callan Saturday.Is still. In 'Kuibers. he win allowed Drudrord ; i
    Maying Washers to move into the ri OLDER
    : NEWS\
    Sales I Memorial ;OR .
    and Service IJARGAIN PRICES Zenith and :Motorola: TV Baptist Hospital. He league,; lead. Kogur,; Kelly und ;
    and his family will appreciatehis
    Uobbie BarksUdle led tne
    winners
    Service On AllTV 1\Iake. Special This Week Siegler HeatersP. -
    1958 CADILLAS\ I O. Box 166 Meln.sePhone p being remembered In with 17 and 11 points. w 4 ; -= ::5 c.= Z7'
    R\nro STEREO I 1959 47.5-2371 prayer. MEN'S SOFTBALL Conner Slarkc Lloyd (Jilpin had 7 for tne los .
    BELAIR
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    1957 Mrs. Leila Cardo. Mrs.'Francis Teams represented at theMen's Hardware, Starko Builders ers.Scoring.
    ICOI.OR TV CHEVROLET
    HOME: REPAIR Davis Mrs. Helen Softball League meetIng and Williams Jewelry. Better I! :Summitry i I

    :MKLKOSK; 41. -2181 1 Mooney and Mr. and Mrs. in the Recreation Center than 40 girls participated in Bradford 12 1 12 15 43

    Work!. GJamnteed-TV Rentals Want Panelinlt- Joseph Norton. all of Tampa. Tuesday night were Garden the. program, and all of them ,I Southern 84 I 9) 2 23 MEDICARE

    MELROSEAuto Need Shelving? were Sunday dinner guests of Restaurant :Noegel's. Hampton benetttted from it in various The Chamber boys smartIng -

    Keystone Height.*, 473-4651 Doors Need Fixing? Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton State prison Lawtey and ways. We are also happy that I Irom a loss to the last

    Service CALL: and family.Mr. Pest Control. each team was able to accom- place team rose to the occasion -
    and Mrs. A. J. Green of plish a dIKUm'Uon.VlIlIllms I und prevented! Hcglster DEADLINE
    Rules: and regulations: of the
    AUTO REPAIR Richard Jones Prop. KEYSTONE Gainesville were Saturday league were discussed, and finished first and Starko Builders I Oil from taking over l.st place

    Former Home Repair supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. other general points of Inter- was runner-up In regular t j l by defeating them 31-21 Saturday :! -
    Owner J. L. Motors
    Edward Wainwright and play, while Starke Hardware
    morning in the local
    est. League play will begin
    Macclenny & Improvement Service daughters.Mrs. finished first and Conner run I gym. Chamber of Commerceled

    Goetzman Bros. General Repairs I". O. RON 12 J. M. Bradley had as elimination Monday Apr. tournament 11, and a double will ner-up in tournament play. at the end of the 1st I

    Keystone Heights. Fla. Sunday dinner guests. Rev. Trophies will be awarded to quarter 8 to 7 and never UaiJc MARCH 31
    precede the opening1. Deadline
    GarageREPAIR New & Used Parts Phone 4 73-1:) 733:\:> and Mrs. Jim Rlgdon: and two for entering a team, will be the gIrl>! and sponsors at aparty the Oil team. Chamber of
    A CSeneral Contractor SW- sons. of Jacksonville. to be held In the Staike Commerce
    | I picked up 8 mote
    Standard. Oil Products March 24. The next meeting
    rlalliing In the SMALL: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meek of will be held Thursday. March Recreation Center Saturday. points' m the 2nd quarter and IF YOU HAVE NOT SIGNED
    WORK MEI.ROSE John. for the ('nn\enleniie Belmore visited Mrs. Ernest March 19 at 3 p.m. led lti-13 at Intel mission. Each
    17, at the Recreation Center I
    of the HiMniMnvnpr.Serving, i Harris Monday. Muni il in Boys It.iHlu-tlmll teuin picked up 6 points in''' *t UP CHECK WITH YOUR
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    :MOTOR at 7:30: p. m. Officers of the
    BODV I
    PAINTINr.PORTAJ3LE = .
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    USED CARS; Clay and I Mr. and Mrs. Edward League:; Council will be elected. 'h"ml'lm.hll'& i | TUMI. ... muni-lit. I I he 3id quiu tet' and Chamberof

    LDINO Bradford r Counties I WainwriRht attended a Gold Please attend. lot Kixind. Commcico led 22-19 SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE!

    WE HAVE GOOD en Wedding Anniversary reception Girls' Gem Jewelcry. winner of | going Into the final period, in- ......-... ..
    Alto Lawn !Mnuer_OutbnoriMutorfi VURSERY for Mr. and. Mrs. Pigtail. League regular season play with a 5-1 uredaing this 3 point lead toIL I i I tt"L'_. IDUCATION. AND WILPlM ...
    Connnliitlim' GameIn
    Used Cars and TrucksAt Lonnie Futch In Starke Sunday record met Koch's DrugH 1 list 7 point twin Bclote and Olive 0l0 flY. MCUtin AOMUMttMIIO* /., "' ...
    O.C.Carnes Nursery afternoon. the consolation game of place JinlHher. with a 1ret' paced Chamber of Commerce I

    :Hwy 21 Keystone Height," Saving Price! Hiwt.v 100. ornhome-23 Mrs Grady Bishop and Mrs. the girl's tournament, Williams ord as was expected. Gaul: with 10 and 12 points. Ic-
    Jewelry defeated
    Next to Drive-In Theatre We'll Ort It For YouIf Miles SB of Starke Ernest Harris visited Mrs. Starkc Builders came out on top. but it was Kmght was high for Register \(I

    We Don't Have It Nursery Stock Thousands Rosa Sibley and Mrs. Supply 2315. Williams no easy task. The ol"'l1lnj: i (Oil with 9.s.oi'Iuug .
    Plume 473-3101 I of Plivnt & Fruit Faith was in charge of the. game all II Vc: :
    the 1\
    Turner of McRae Sunday quarter of game was'I loiifih : ", :SummaryKcgi.iti.r I I

    Nit<-3 & Sun. 47.1-3183: : Vernon Buff Garage Tree to chaos:: from. Nice afternoon.Mr !the way with Jan Rltch lead going for Korh's ua they managed \ Oil 7 6 6 5 21 '. "
    Shade TreM. Ttv! >rgre !nft ing: the way with 15 points. only one point nml trailed CufC 8 8 6 931 I '. -- 14 lee

    HH.V. .JOG Kryktnne HgU. Landscape Plants. All in and children and :\fr;. Lloyd Macy The Builders had difficulty 1 5-1> (it the end of this) ;
    I.1_ ".., containers --- plant any were Friday: sup- making their offense click ter. Koch's tried l vainlv! to overcome -
    .... ... n fold Barbers 5-2 Southern
    .v Camellia A azalea I per guests of Mr. and and ; ,
    Autn Siles & Ser\ire time. Mrs. M. were behind 8-4 at the this deficit II 1101 \\.is,,
    Discount 4-2
    Let us do tendseaping.I'ACKACiE C. Duggar In ; Register Oil
    yaw Jacksonville end
    of
    quarter and 13 to
    one able to ,
    ,AUTO SERVICE I'h", 61"-:56': '; __ I play on even I trims, i 1-3: C of C, 2-4 ; Lawtey 1-D.
    8 at half time. Kelly Richards! tho 2nd quarter; but at intcrmlsHlon -

    Authon/pd IValcr Tor : STORK I and Sharon Howell paced the MUll trailed by.'I I I i Schedule for this week: .i .
    HENDERSON'SService ,. IN 'I UK (.U.v. .- JIIK.M'fl, | Thurs., March 10 <( : "
    Chrysler Plymouth! VallenlSimca 101 H-P" 1% \ '.I n Foil. HIS til, ., losers with 7 and. 6 point points. The 2nd half walt nip I 1, .
    ship Tournament
    begins) : 5th ---..
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    Internntinntl II.ii-: Center THE BLUE PINES I I 14'1 'II 1,1,1)11 /Scoring Summary and tuck but Gem managi'd
    .. place team vs 4th place team,
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    1'1': .11'\.1'1
    vester to the lead
    Trucks.
    keep
    Seoul 4-W'iiuel
    Williams 8' 5 4 6 23 mainly on
    l.U"; .1 1 .
    It. "r :
    Package Store & Jiiluiiiu I S. 1 HIM.lv, p.m.Fri.
    LIrive.Clayton Standard< Oil Product I "*( Starke Bldra. 4 4 3 4 15 the scoring efforts of lu-an
    ROAD SF.KVICK COCKTAIL LOUNGE :: ." .; 'I'V 0 .931I'i'rris' I Championship Game Johns who had a total of 17 !. March 11: ltt! place .......

    Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except 3 .\II i-r.Mllioi-M, of iii,. cwtate. of points for the winners Gem te-iim vs winner of Thursday
    RevelsChryslerPlymouth! Johnson Outboard \I I.ilimril: ,".,I S. I 1'1"I I 1,1'". .I l4H>i>.HK"* Sales & Service Stind.iv I, 1"'' ") ni.llflnti. I ) a lid! ri-iulrra, u to, Conner Insurance who hudgained controllingthe
    Dnnrc Every Saturd.iy Night .I rut: (III, )' rlHllllN I ur O'lliailllHUhi.ll I ball most of the. game and 2nd place team. 8 p.m.
    Fishing Tackle Hunting; Music of Connie anti! I, |"hC>' tllliy. Illlvc HKHlllHt.ilil the finals) by upsettingthe continuously stole the ball Sat., :March 12: Consolation
    E"u'l"nfOntB..RtTraUersf'UEL' -. '" ,islHlr 'III needed
    I hi' fn-p top < team. squared
    ( the
    JC."SOfUIIH' : Ott-KERosgzm The Fireballs .limy, .luiluro from Koch's David :McRae was game 2 p. m. Championshipgame
    .
    ?{ Hrurlford
    off
    Intersection 4 MILKS: KAST OF "'iuil 1,., P'l.H-I.U' '' In |II.|i. t-uiirt- against another team high for the losers with i II') matching winners of Why are so many of our most successful
    Hwy 21.100 ,, -Starke Hardware who had
    I IMMIHIHi SI'tsrh., .
    \STONK: ( : t: IIKKillTSLAKE : KlurlilH.llh)I.i I. points. Friday night's games, 8 p.m. ,
    ) Kf'VAtone
    irsnntsii.i.sC'LAllOV : : Height 4T -41107 i In, nix i i'ltlt'nd"r l itiniiiliH, From I IhoHM also I gained the finalsbv pulling I
    .i| Scoring Summitry fiatiin 1.CP.suuuu'. sales representatives in smaller towns?
    : JtIVL4' > | -r 'tinfirm' |,""",-iitIoiiI ofiln an upset. The Hardware
    '\ : IAYI'SLake I tI..t Hip.) ,Kiu..h. ,'.laim. ) or (i,- ; Gem .V 6 7 fi 21'' Classes vii be helil in basic
    USED CARS (:Ipnevn $:'i50):; ) ''TI'I'mM) imii'l .iniiKt, I In-. I inMitinK. girls came out on top of' thin f..
    |
    Hn fundamentals dam
    I ,,, Koch 1 I Ii! II 4 17 marching, We have dibioterfil, that ft servii, e of C A dignified respected
    pro-
    ( iiill<4l' Mt' ll > I thr |i'I|"j'', ,' ..r i,.,1.) one 22 to 13. Conner hid,
    JO.II N. OranseCrren Lake Brooklyn *::150D:; ) (TorniHl, twirl, and two baton. interest in all walk of life i. fassion
    la people
    ill l 'Milnml' i |1"1 l otn i f ,Ji.l.lr.).) HH .of trouble with both their offense Andrews Drugs provided, the
    Hanks Used Cars Trailer Lots $;)00 up <( Cute 381-9811 ;\JUftTU.\ta() : lIU>KK.It: to by the c-lHlmmit( his and defense In the first half
    Spring 'ant nr .." towns. :Sj( we now invite you to inventi-
    for beginners and $1 0
    AI'PK1S.L" SI.KMCE: liln .ILtt.ri1., ,, -). ,,r It will liwom. and were down 13-4 at half I defeating Canova Pharmacy > for the of a
    this Experience
    and 3-T ShopBuy Intermediates <()> and. gala opportunity providing not necessaryi.ervite ;
    ,\.. >)li tp' S nlil) axunlliiir)) I to i livRumiic time. Although managed 26-21 in a close and exciting:
    sn< > 'i they iu a profitable new career with we train you
    ..
    :'olrs.o.r.. Ilgen. 4T3-4S16 : lit. P. "10.."K .yh\I..Io".I'.r wI"jj. to play on even terms In the I! gnme. The first quarter ended No must be paid at registration. 119... A, national difttrihutor of the t-'nited Q You make your own hours;

    Sell Trade Capt R r..>vorn 473-11.12: ..r the 1atate uir K.Uvnnl: s.Dibble. 2nd hilf they were unable to] 'with Andrews' It'ldinp.2.1 and age: limit. Fuuii, I",., group of f niutudl funds, *0 no travel
    Auto Sales & Service S.E.McKay Realtor di.ft.
    Hlway 100. 8 mi. South 2/17 4t a/10 Hardware became the Champions However Canova came out period uf ten weeks, starting the investment industry.. Our asset. top for men and women

    nf Rtnrk KEYSTONE HEIGHTS of 1966. Carol Reddish shooting in the 2nd' quitter March 11, and will end May! 2000000000.. Q No forced retirement

    SPRING MOTORSComplete Phone 473-431 and Ward the and picked up 10 .points to 20. Q Company benefits 'Hn.;
    Sheryl were ,
    BEAUTY( SHOP ARE TERMITES If you can meet. our cfualifirallons, wa eluding group msurai 'IESTAURANTSBeidler's king pins for the'winners collecting I l load at intermission 12-11. Andrews A group will be formed for think we can offer you exactly what major medical and profit

    Service & Parts ForVOJ.KSWAOEN KEYSTONEBEAUTY DESTROYING ]10, and 12 points. had their big period\ in parades talent shows and, I you're looking for. You'll be performing sharing)

    Holiday I Sheila. Hinnon. was high for the 3rd quarter of play. scoring other Important events. Special a highly re.pecled service with the opportunity "-

    SHOP YOUR HOME? the losers with 5.- :I 10 points and regaining: i uniforms will! be provided for of developing t rewarding lifetime '

    Restaurant Scoring Summary' the lead 21 to 16. and made the group nnd will be named career. IFaddrlMircd"16NATIONAL. { (' I '

    "II Its ForI VolkswagenWe Edith .Johnson, Owner Under New" Ownership FREE Starke Hdw. 6 7 4 S this 5 point lead hold up as and sponsored by the Recrea-

    Have It." Personal OIL PARJ.UF.S: INSPECTION Conner Ins. 2 2 4-5 22// both teams scored 5 pointsIn tional department. : : llT8lIttTilCI'RANK "

    & Creative Fine Food Moderatelv rlc8 I This concluded the :i each In the final, quarter. A group will be formed A. VICKEKS IMv. :Mgr.
    Keith Thomas !
    HairStyling OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY Pigtail ;Basketball andwere paced Andrewswith for talent
    parades. and
    Always Plenty of Good Used Full Dinners Y.imchm d--: season 13 points and Johnnie shows Boulevard Center Office Complex
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    Individual" Beauty Car happy to say we feel ; other important events Special -
    Volkswagens in Stock Al.. ("'". _Itullnn Food i Powell led the losers with 9. 1919/ lieuchway Rd. Kogernma 2- -
    !Every: Form of Beauty Culture -- the program was a success. uniforms will be providedfor
    PIZ/A PIES I II I By virtue of the win Andrews Suits 6, Il&C, Jacksonville.. Fla.
    Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5 I We say thanks to the coaches, the group and will be
    Green Cove Spring 281-9309: ; I BEER CaD Mrs.. UII1 1 will. meet Gem Jewelry for the Tel: 398-6151 Phone for ,Appl.
    Closed :Monday 1 Blork North of Red Light I 539 E. 964-3963 Given Moxley Mrs. named and sponsored. by the

    1\,,),tone heights 473-lSfkS! KEYSTO: ): hEIGhTS J. U anne Johns, Mn Shirley Johns. 'championship Saturday night. Rprnvitlon'' ivpjrtment. OVER 300 OFFICES COAST TO COASTroF.

    uid: Ed Mij-eo! and to the March! 1 i. at T p.m. in the CU..se* Mill be haLf "I.m- .
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